Now Mark Peterson wants to promote the Pocket Sized Podcast web site, and Scott replies to him in all-caps. Microsoft hands over the keys to the kingdom without even being asked. Peter and Scott talk more about the NSA and encryption, a need for listener feedback for the next episode. Peter’s cat Mu is addicted to menthol. Peter plans to smear menthol in the cat crate for transporting an animal under the influence. Peter spies on his clients for their own safety. Steve Gibson guesses how Prism works on Security Now, and he’s ACTUALLY RIGHT for once!!
Feedback! We got feedback from a former fan of ours regarding our End of the World episode 7. John McAfee is back with some surreptitious keylogging activities. Peter installed an SSD drive, and Scott read a book called Cryptonomicon. Also Peter admits to signing up for dodgeball. Scott rages against bad software, some of it from Google, some of it from Apple.
WAY MORE listener feedback than EVAR!!!!1! Peter and Scott talk about Sales people. Sales people use Excel and Powerpoint. Scott proposes sales person cage matches. Scott mocks the Libertarian Republican for being way too kind and gentle. Peter has a Roomba because his cat tracks litter, and it loves rearranging furniture. Scott’s cat has long hair that gets cat poo stuck in it. It’s gross. Peter and Scott drink the commitment punch.
Peter grinds French Roast. Scott pontificates about the Apple rumor mill and the iPad mini. Peter writes a brilliant marketing email. Did Dan Rather lie on purpose? Peter spends a day in tech support hell, tells the tech support people THANKS!!!!!1!, and refers us to Leeroy Jenkins. Scott wonders how domain registrars could possibly be any less secure than the one he dealt with today. Lance Armstrong is a reverse Bill Gates. And LOTS of listener FEEDBACK.