Associate Producers: Matthew Blakeburn & Marty from the WI
Leigh is not having a good day… He ordered a 30-pin to HDMI lead to connect a TV to an iPad for his Dad & Brother off Amazon, and it was a lie! Tory is always helpful and supportive as always.
Today, the European Central Bank confirms that it’ll be pumping in yet ANOTHER 1.1 Trillion Euros in to their economy as part of MORE Quantitative Easing (QE), and Leigh is worried. Big Voice Jay is more concerned by these new LED Keyboards. Nothing is reported from CES. Tory likes media keyboards.
Leigh keeps getting suggested to use this plugin for Firefox:
As online advertising is becoming more automatic, universal and unsanctioned, AdNauseam works to complete the cycle by automating all ad-clicks universally and blindly on behalf of the target audience. Working in coordination with Ad Block Plus, AdNauseam quietly clicks every blocked ad, registering a visit on the ad networks databases. As the data gathered shows an omnivorous click-stream, user profiling, targeting and surveillance becomes futile.
A manic day of randomness and foolishness! Leigh is joined by Tory, Big Voice Jay, Marty from WI and Brian – plus eventually Ben. It’s been a manic couple of days, especially with glitches in Paypal payments, where payments were processed multiple times.
Congressman James Clyburn is the latest elected official to demonstrate they don’t necessarily have a nuanced understanding of new technology. Clyburn, a Democrat representing South Carolina’s 6th congressional district, was speaking with C-Span about ways people can impact significant change in Ferguson, Missouri. One of the most important ways to do that is by voting, according to the Congressman Clyburn said “sexting” is a great way to help get people to vote.
A Chinese restaurant owner allegedly laced his customers’ noodles with opium – to make sure they came back for more. The restaurant owner – who goes by the name ‘Zhang’ – admitted to police in China’s northern Shaanxi province he had bought 4.4 lbs of poppy buds in August for £60, which he had ground into a powder before adding them to his noodles, according to the Hua Shang Bao daily.
Top 5 Geeky News:
Web attacks build on Shellshock bug: A series of attacks on websites and servers using the serious Shellshock bug has been spotted. Millions of servers use software vulnerable to the bug, which lets attackers run commands on that system. So far, thousands of servers have been compromised via Shellshock and some have been used to bombard web firms with data, said experts.
Apple says bent iPhones are ‘rare’: Apple has responded to claims that its new handsets are prone to bending by saying such damage would be “rare” during normal use. Media outlets across the globe had reported that several iPhone 6 owners had complained of handsets becoming misshapen after being carried in trousers pockets without a case.
FBI boss ‘concerned’ by smartphone encryption plans: Plans by Apple and Google to do more to protect customers’ privacy have made the FBI “very concerned”. Speaking to reporters, FBI boss James Comey said the plans to enable encryption by default could thwart law enforcement investigations.
Multimillion-pound training pledge for creative industries: The creative industries and government have pledged cash to fill a skills gap and train “work ready” games designers, animators and visual effects artists. The Next Gen Skills Academy will provide “cutting edge training” in a sector worth at least £71bn a year to the UK economy.
On Extra Dirty:
Mother Bakes Vagina Cookies For 2nd Graders And Bugs Out When Teacher Says ‘No’.
The agony of ecstasy: Man who has suffered 100 orgasms A DAY for past two years after slipping a disc in his back – but can’t enjoy sex.
Alaska TV News Reporter Quits Live On-Air in Epic Fashion.
San Francisco Restaurant Gives No Fucks About Being Gluten-Free [NSFW Image].
Leigh invents a new game concerning Brian on Facebook. Brian is confused about the Dirty Boxers TV Licence. The Loveless Cafe of Tennessee has quite a few tasty dishes on its menu, but perhaps the most impressive to those who love the salty, crunchiness of bacon is the bacon apple pie [image]. Three, UK mobile phone network, have a new ad [video] – Leigh is trying to get them to sponsor the show.
In the second hour: Apple and Microsoft called to testify before Australian Parliament in pricing investigation. Boy, 7, suspended over pastry shape. Boy tasered, beaten up and arrested for walking with his mother. Square Enix “investigating” after Tesco stores break Tomb Raider street date. Sexting high among black, Hispanic teens; experts disagree on impact.
We may have been audio only for the main event but we recapped all the goings on at Apple’s Education Event where they announced iBooks 2 and the iBook Creator software.
John Coles is joined by Joe de Max, Brian Monroe, Leigh Brown and Louis Vella for this rather special coverage of Apple’s Education Event. The recap the keynote, share thoughts on the iPad 3 and on why Apple made the announcement about iBooks 2 and iBooks Creator in this way.
In this episode of Bagel Tech Nonsense we are joined by Andrew Zarian from the GFQ Network. We discuss: Firefighters let house burn down because of unpaid $75 fee • Behringer’s $29999 iPod dock • The ultimate iPod dock? Golden ‘alpine horn’ turns your smartphone into a gramophone • District Continue reading “BagelTech Nonsense “Wealth Creation Seminar””
Welcome to the last episode of ‘Season 1’. Leigh is taking a week off to go to Scout Camp, but he will be still updating you with ‘mini’ shows via Audioboo’s from camp (about 3 a day, which have been nicknamed ‘Dirty Boxers Lites‘). He’ll be using his iPhone 3G and an iRig iMic. The Dirty Boxer Lites (which will be AUDIO only), will be available either on the Audioboo website, or on the Dirty Boxers website – your choice!
Covered in today’s show: USA is doomed, Silly German Sausages, Ice Creams for Bears, Museum for Arnie and Emergency back-up content from the Scouting Magazine, PLUS your geeky news!