This week on “Learn Me Something,” Aaron and Rich delve into Overton’s Window. Joseph Overton observed that in a given public policy area, such as education, only a relatively narrow range of potential policies will be considered politically acceptable. This “window” of politically acceptable options is primarily defined not by what politicians prefer, but rather by what they believe they can support and still win re-election.
This week on “Learn Me Something,” Aaron and Rich delve into Munchausen Syndrome. What exactly is it? It’s a factitious disorder wherein those affected feign disease, illness, or psychological trauma to draw attention, sympathy, or reassurance to themselves.
Devout Mac users are concerned about Marzipan apps not being proper native macOS apps, but who remembers the transition from NeXTSTEP to OS X? We’ve been through major transition periods before and came out okay. We explore a bit of macOS past in today’s episode and also examine Mark Gurman’s findings at Bloomberg on what’s coming in iOS 13 and macOS 10.15.
This week on “Learn Me Something,” Aaron and Rich delve into emerging science behind restoring cellular activity in dead pig brains, with special guest Sage Murray of the Occultae Veritatis podcast.
Samsung has delayed their foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, iFixit pulls their teardown of the Galaxy Fold, and is 2019 the year for a macOS app development surge?