The Zen of Everything Podcast, Episode 66: Dropping

A key phrase of Dogen’s teaching is “dropping body and mind,” a description of his enlightenment. Jundo and Kirk discuss what this means, and how you can drop body and mind when sitting zazen.

Find out more, including show notes for each episode, at the Zen of Everything website and at Treeleaf Zendo.

Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #223: How to Run Windows on an M1 Mac

A new Safari vulnerability can leak your browser history, 5G can interfere with airplane altimeters, Google Analytics is being targeted by EU courts, and we take a deep dive into running Windows on an M1 Mac.

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The Next Track, Episode #227 – The Crutch Interregnum

One of Doug’s favorite words is “interregnum,” and he uses it here to describe the transitional period when record companies lost control of their product.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #222: SysJoker Malware and Scams in the App Store

New SysJoker malware attacks Mac, Windows, and Linux computers. Apple has difficulty managing scams and copycat apps in its App Stores. And iCloud Private Relay is provoking ire among phone carriers.

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PhotoActive Podcast, Episode 108: Masking in Lightroom

The new masking features in Adobe Lightroom and Lightroom Classic make it much easier to apply selective edits to areas such as skies or subjects, without a lot of manual fiddling.

Find out more, and subscribe to the podcast, at the PhotoActive website. You can follow The PhotoActive on Twitter at @PhotoActiveCast to keep up to date with new episodes, and join our Facebook group to chat with other listeners and participate in photo challenges and more.

Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #221: Look-Alike Letters Lead Users to Lose Moola

Attackers can simulate an iPhone restart to keep malware alive, and an interesting HomeKit vulnerability could brick your device. We discuss malicious QR codes, and we take a deep dive into Apple’s two-factor authentication, which more and more users need to use Apple devices.

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The Next Track, Episode #226 – Annik Lafarge on Chasing Chopin

Annik Lafarge has written a fascinating book about Chopin’s well-known 2nd piano sonata (the one with the funeral march), discussing not just the music, but also the social and cultural context of the time.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #220: The Challenge with Alexa

Amazon Alexa gave a dangerous answer to a child asking for a challenge; how much can we trust AI to provide safe, reliable information? We also look at the new RedLine malware, and discuss some iCloud settings to help you get back into your account if you’ve forgotten your password, and one that lets you set up a legacy contact.

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The Zen of Everything Podcast, Episode 64: I’m Dreaming of a Zen Christmas (Rebroadcast)

Our 2019 Christmas episode was so good, and we realized that we would never be able to record a better Christmas episode, so we decided to rebroadcast it this year. Jundo and Kirk discuss how Christmas and Zen can find common ground, and discuss their favorite Zen Christmas carols.

Find out more, including show notes for each episode, at the Zen of Everything website and at Treeleaf Zendo.