I ran across this video and had to share. Three real Italian chefs sit down and watch several famous (YouTube and TV) chefs cook Pasta Carbonara. The reactions are priceless.
And another song that is in heavy rotation for me…
I can’t stop singing this song. So good.
Here’s a nice blast-from-the-past: https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!msg/comp.windows.x.apps/F1b2qOfL9j8/TMVnLhg07xcJ
For those readers who aren’t technology/history inclined – this is an announcement about a software release in 1993. The software? NCSA Mosaic – the “grandfather” of Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome – among many others.
I had the privilege to see Dr. Vinton Cerf speak last year. If you don’t know who that is, go read up here.
Anyway, when an audience member asked Dr. Cerf what his biggest fear vis-a-vis internet-releated aspects was, he said high up on his list was the insecurity of IoT devices. What’s IoT, you may ask? Internet of Things – and it’s the defacto descriptor used for anything that has an internet connection. Your smart light bulbs, digital assistant, sprinkler systems, and even thermostats.
Which brings me to this little gem: “Hackers stole a casino’s high-roller database through a thermometer in the lobby fish tank.”
The internet is still the Wild Wild West…
The man is so talented. I’m loving the series and enjoy it when a new one is debuted.
Today? Mark Zuckerberg.
The rep for our builder sent an update email today. The rough-in for the HVAC is going in, and the external sheathing has completed. Also, they said right now it’s looking like a 9/12 closing (but of course that will probably change). Exciting!
I’ve added the photos to the Austin Home album.
This morning was the launch of the Iridium-5 via SpaceX. I’m always in awe of the video footage during the launch from the different perspectives on that actual rocket. It occurred to me this morning, though, that younger generations will never know what it was like before those HD cameras.