Episode 90: Bryan William Jones on How We See

Retinal neuroscientist Bryan William Jones joins us this week for a fascinating discussion about how our eyes, brains, and technology work together to create and record images. Can we apply the understanding of the way we see to the way the camera sees?

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #182: 500 Million More Reasons to Talk About Facebook

Scammers have a new technique for delivering malware: using online contact forms. A couple of browsers are nixing Google’s FLoC ad tracking technology. The FBI has been playing white hat hacker. And e talk about Facebook, and especially the “off-Facebook activity” that tracks you across the internet.

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The Next Track, Episode #207 – Yes. I mean, no, really, but Yes.

Setting out to discuss the 1971 album by Yes, The Yes Album, Doug and Kirk end up discussing all of Yes’s core output, released over a period of a couple of years, that the band – or what’s left of it – still plays 50 years later. Sort of.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #182: Facebook, Google, and Stolen iPhones

Facebook leaks 500 million user records, Google is testing a new replacement for cookies to track users, and we explain how to check if that used iPhone you want to buy is stolen.

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PhotoActive Podcast, Episode 89: Buttons and Knobs

The experience of using a camera is just as important as what you put in front of the lens. If the controls are complicated — or too minimal — you wind up focusing on the camera, not the images. In this episode, we count buttons and deliberate whether today’s cameras are helping or hindering photographers.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #181: No April Fool’s Jokes Here, and Other News

We talk about new malware targeting iOS developers, fleeceware in the App Store, 5G vulnerabilities that can leak your location, and discuss private browsing windows, with a Safari tip that is useful for anyone who uses this feature. And we have no April Fool’s jokes.

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The Next Track, Episode #206 – Two Guys in a Pub Rambling about Audio Gear

We offer a free-form episode, where we ramble about audio equipment, music, and more.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #180: 10 Mac security and privacy features to set up right away

We discuss our checklist of the 10 security and privacy features that you should set up right away on your new Mac.

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