Freedom Feens and the history of computing – Freedom Feens Radio

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Michael W. Dean, Nick Hazelton, and Dan Greene talk about life on the Yak farm, the history of computing and the free market in computing. Nick reads an article from 2005 about Google acquiring Android. In hour two the Feens talk about kids in the punk scene vaping glue, a pedal board becoming self aware,  they read an article about why you shouldn’t set your fingerprint as your password for your phone, have a short discussion on rights, and then wrap up the show with some words of wisdom.

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4 Responses to Freedom Feens and the history of computing – Freedom Feens Radio

  1. Nathan says:

    Someone once said all art is about “ME”. Well collegehumor has a video to illustrate it:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjXq22kkLAg

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