The Technocrat Live

Lennie the squirrel,, Tall tales, Time travel, CRISPR, and the structure of education

Austin Andrews, John Uhl, George Portugal, Tom Mennecke, Examine and debate the dark side of runaway technological progress. Now including cautious optimism. :)

The Technocrat Live's first panel. #1!

Brutal science, the ruination of 'geek', and minorities in tech. Meritocracy, flat earth as a gateway for professional scientists, and advanced persistent threats. The technocrats life can get real gritty.

Cameras are growing. Nothing will stop it.

Remote exploits with no patch path is a huge problem.

What is technologies biggest culture shock for non technocrats?

What is your small business top fail?

Open source Art? Is it trivializing the trivial, or impoverishing talent.

Should open platforms like Raspberry Pi be encouraged or required for IOT device main boards?

Bitcoin. NY Bitlicence Fight, flight or fornicate?

Who suffers the worst at the hands of technocrats? (car hacking, walled gardens, S curves, democracy?, IP and pharmaceuticals)

What is a role model technocrat? What does moral look like?

What does a better IT security mode look like. Zone defense (cyber security) or man on man (design and logging)?

Are there really multiple universes? Can we travel to them?

Government regulation of social media? Yay or nay and why?

One tip for a beginning computer science student?

Steve's Linktree -
Hello Kitty drums -
Black hole sun -
This Day We Fight (8 bit) -
Crossing the Rubicon (8 bit) -
'What is a Technocrat?' cartoon -
Useless duck company robots -
Nicole Perez misbehaving robots -
Eargasm -

A neuroscientist and a maker, George tells the stories of repairing and reviving computer space and pong. Two of the earliest video games. Also complexity horizons and nurocongnitive disorders amongst the crowd.

Tom Mennecke talks about the heady days of the dot com, LAMP, law, justice and piloting planes. Now with more gravity and weather.

Original musician of many instruments and artist. Neo-Luddite, and technocrat. Please join our conversation about the technocracy.

Including 'The Dystopia Report.'

Don't miss Ariella Lester network engineer extraordinaire. Don't miss blow fiber, time sinks, and federations. Not to mention the 4 H's to end harassment.

Admin, DBA, programmer, and engineer. Community leader, musician, free thinker, there is nothing Matt Surico can't do.

Why do some people have 'the knack' while others don't?

Bill talks economics, code, and science ethics. Now with marshmallows, The TTL test, crayons, and space crime.

Join Walden Leverich the CEO of Tech Software on the Technocrat Live.

Join Jeannie and I as we dive deep into tech ethics, mental illness and how the human mind works. What does everyone think they are doing?

Race car driver, modder, mechanic and technocrat of JVR auto. Tech is moving fast.

Aziza Brown is the owner of Dynamik Focus. A competitive video game team.

Join Izzac, Jeannie, and Rocco for panel #3. Feel the wise (cracks) wash over you. :)

TTL015 full episode. Join Rocco and I as we talk cars, code, and crypto-currencies.

Ed Eisenstien and I contemplate, logic politics, democracy and near science. Your only source for modern Q.

Mike Mundy and Matt Santarpia of the everyday nonsense podcast contemplate their digital naval. Radioactive mugs!

Join Matt, Rares, Lee, Walden and Steve in a rare look into the mind of the technocrat. Too many topics explored to list.

Louisa Petsitis - Cyber security manager and packet watcher.

Geek news, silly fun, and deep dank databases. Join Brad on the Technocrat Live.

What happens to musicians when the global stewards of copyright are more interested in swinging the ban hammer than nurturing new art.

Paul Trapani on encouraging diversity in computer science and technology.

What happens when culture clashes with oath. What is more important for a patient's well being?


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We live in, and are subject to, a growing technocracy. Join me and guests as explore it.

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