Apr 28, 2020
The TBTS Team plus Ed, AKA Ray, hit the topics hard and drop some insight into the world of technology, services and phenomena galore! And if it doesn’t register high on the meter of good news, we pull it up a notch for some full disclosure. But not on our album art, of course.
Ed tackles some bare truths about Google, Microsoft, and who he really is. Yes, the listeners are restless and Ray’s name has surfaced more than a Zoom Bomber did 2 weeks ago.
Is Zoom all patched up now? Hmm. How about Facebook’s new announcements? The Video Calls, Rooms and Live Events are ramping it up for a showdown at 10 PM, just click the link and Poof!
And that cute little Apple SE just makes yaw anna, don’t it? Come on, it’s got it all and at over half the cost. Dang it, Tim, you are pulling our triggers.
Brian and Jeff dabble into the Mac’s and what to look for from a blindness perspective. While Serina and Ed get all PC on us. Literally!
Apple mail, iCloud on the net and Freedom Scientific gots them there tutorials alright, so learn up folks, Learn Up!
Serina thinks she is so cute and orders her first Stitch Fix only to find out that Jeff is already sporting some Stitch Fix fassions of his own.
Minnesota's Radio Talking Book has gone digital with the RTB App in the App Store as well as the Google Play Store. You can also enable the Radio Talking Book skill on your Amazon devices.
Honestly, so much more happens in this episode that I just darn ran out of words and believe me, just give it a listen and you will agree.
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