Yet another thing Microsoft was early to, and still somehow missed the boat.
The painful side of making video games, Grinder's big problems, and Google's sneakiest trojan horse.
We daily drive Asahi Linux on a MacBook, chat about how the team beat Apple to a major GPU milestone, and an easy way to self-host open-source ChatGPT alternatives.
Did we get this one wrong? It seems consumer AI is eating the lunch of some web's biggest names.
openAI's window to build their moat is closing, but they have a powerful friend stepping up to help seal the deal. Plus, our reaction to Oracle's very spicy response to Red Hat.
We dive into Lemmy, a self-hosted Reddit alternative. Plus, a couple of easy-to-deploy tools that make life better.
We take a "Rust-only tools" challenge for a week and admit what worked, and what sucked. Plus, a surprise guest.
We laugh at Google's scramble, check in on the Twitter collapse, and how one developer's little mistake screwed millions.
Why open source might be the real AI winner long-term, and Mike gets the ultimate "I told you so."
Brent dives deep into Nextcloud's new release from inside their offices, and takes an unexpected dip in the local lake with a listener.
Nextcloud moves to the front of the pack with their new release, a moment to appreciate curl, and Amazon goes all in with Fedora.
The pitchforks are out for Google's CEO, and hoopla is leaking! Plus, our thoughts on baking telemetry into Go, the big Web3 crackdown, and more.
We get spicy about the state of hybrid app development and then dig into the App store gatekeeper busting by the White House.
Microsoft gives Google an OpenAI gut punch, why Apple's new hardware fails to impress, and our reaction to the undignified death of Twitter's third-party client API.
We have some big plans for 2023, and we share the next steps to fully host our podcast infrastructure.
Mike's skeptical of the rumors Apple is preparing to allow third-party app stores, and in a total flip of roles, Chris comes to the defense of Microsoft.
We challenged ChatGPT to create a Linux news podcast outline and then put it to the test.