Peter gets his Yeti working. Scott and Peter laugh about the most lighthearted of topics, the NSA. Scott talks about cycling he did do, and cycling he didn’t do. Peter had some phone company failures. Scott and Peter start looking at spam subscription web sites, which leads inevitably to a conversation about John McAfee’s latest product, D-Central. Finally, Marc Ensign has a story about a terrible email that reveals how NOT to connect with others.
Peter is trying to get CISSP certified, and that means lots of homework followed by a big, mean test. Leprechauns deserve punching. Scott has bubonic plague. Peter missed yoga. DST is an example of something people screwed up. Scott wonders about the mysteries of Podcast Network fanboyism. Peter wants to refinance, but his mortgage agent is apparently a missing person. Peter loves his cat, Mu. Scott is not sure he loves his cat Oliver. Finally, we talk more about Java 0days and security. Scott wants to send his lungs to work for him.
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.