Happy New Year little vegemites! The Dane and The Pain are continuing into 2017 with amazing jokes, bravado and much excitement. Both our listeners want to hear more, so here we are. This episode explores disruptions to traditional businesses, by using technology. We discuss how gaming companies are winning on social media and how you might not know the biggest one of them all. And then finally solving social crisis using big data. From the magic kingdom of Joel’s beard.
Ho ho hoooooo and a bottle of rum. We are full of Christmas and have prepared a completely inclusive episode of all people on earth. The Dane and The Pain has been nominated to podcast of the year (yes, really), we look at tech gadgets from then and now, talk about Christmas memories and then have an extensive list of best presents for your feline companions. Brought to you by white beards, reindeers and itty bitty cookies with milk.
Do you always watch a movie scene with two people in a car and wonder: Are they really driving? We don’t either. Joel and Lars dive into the Windows Hardware Engineering community event in China and the news coming out of that event, especially Windows 10 on ARM and new Holographic headsets coming soon. They comment on the Magic Leap debacle about raising billions on a wish and then make some bold 2017 tech predicitons. All brought to you from The Dane & The Pain orbital headquarters. With tiny hands and bionic patellas.
This is a ranting episode of rants. Joel and Lars become even older men and have a go at new technology and what the cool kids do. Why do we need to keep breaking technology that works and move the cheese all the time? They delve into the return of the mobile giant Nokia and what they could possible have in store before looking at some of the worst and most ridiculous tech ides from the past year. Brought to you from the radioactive capital of Alaska.
Have you ever dreamed of travelling to Mars. Well, keep that thought. In this week’s show Joel and Lars have cooked up a nice homely thanksgiving dinner with sumptuous lab-made meat, some delicious wood filled bio jet fuel and for dessert some pilot-wave theory as a controversial interpretation of quantum mechanics that differs from the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics that states that particles do not have defined locations until they are observed. Bon Appetite.
Are you a Mac user? A Linux user? A Windows user? Well, we don’t actually care because everyone is different. In this episode the guys discuss being platform agnostic and if it really matters what your preferred eco-system is, they try to solve the broken democratic voting system with technology and then the world ends. Goodbye. This episode coming live to you from the capital of Burkina Faso; Ouagadougou.
Hello? Is this thing on? Oh, there you are! On this wintery episode of The Dane and The Pain, Joel talks drones and healthcare, both get a little scared over Adobe’s Project VoCo and then Lars talks about how to conference. Make yourself a hot cup of tea, sit back and prepare to never get the next 45min of your life back. With frosty whiskers and platinum barnacles.
You asked and we delivered. Well, you didn’t actually ask, but we delivered anyway. Troy Hunt is our first guest on the show, and we talk to him about hard work, achieving success, protecting your privacy and many more security related topics. Joel even manages not to offend him….much. This time on The Dane and The Pain, filled with aged cheese and expensive champagne.
Welcome to a minty fresh episode of Joel and Lars dancing the tango. Technical tango of course. Joel explains how the youth is watching Beam casts of video games and what the future could hold for live streaming, they discuss supersonic aircrafts of the future, some hilarious AI incidents and then things we know nothing about is back. Sit back, put your pants on and listen to this train wreck of a show.
What is the current state of the Windows 10 development world, both for consumers and developers? Is the Universal Windows Platform getting a hold? Joel and Lars also discuss making new use of old technologies in parts of the world with no new tech, and then they discuss consumer involvement in product development. Who needs to be asked? All in this episode of the Dane and the Pain, filled with kittens and chainsaws.