This week on AwesomeCast 334, we’re talking about awesome things in technology with Sorg, Chilla, Producer Missy and Aaron Parkus, including:
There's a movie industry in Pittsburgh. We have proof on tonight's show!
It's time for our Awesome Thing Of The Week with Chilla talking about Linea.
Sorg is talking robots as his Awesome Thing Of The Week - particularly robots that will make you coffee.
A cloud thunder and lightening performance system and speaker is Missy's Awesome Thing Of The Week.
Aaron is sharing a great Kickstarter project for a steadicam as his Awesome Thing Of The Week.
We're saddened by the passing of the father of Pacman, Masaya Nakamura. (via Brandon)
Amanda shared an Awesome Thing Of The Week - Kamigami Robots (NOTE: She has Facebook Ads to thank.)
With everything going on in the world, there's a lot happening in tech.
Alt Gov twitter accounts are a thing!
What gets Sorg reading Forbes? Rogue POTUS staff accounts!
Pittsburgh tunnels are getting enhanced cellular service!
AI wins Texas Holdem? (Better yet that the AI that won Texas Holdem was from CMU!)
Adobe Creative Cloud Android apps are coming to Chromebooks!
IBM Watson did an analysis of Trump and Obama speeches.
Comcast brings services to Roku!
Periscope adds "Proudly Made in America by Immigrants" to app loading screen.
Kal Penn raises over $500K for Syrian refugees in response to bigoted Instagram comment.
Night shift coming to MacOS
Press Secretary leaks his password - twice!
NASA scientific research is now available - for free!
After the show remember to:
Eat at Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) if you are in the Pittsburgh area! It is Awesome! (sliceonbroadway.com)
Follow these awesome people on Twitter: John Chichilla (@chilla), Aaron Parkus, Producer Missy (@rebelliousflaw) and Mike Sorg (@Sorgatron).
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