DC Tech Talks Podcast

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My Firefox Setup - Part One: Tabs, Bookmarks, and Organization | DC Tech Talks Podcast
June 05, 2021

I've hopped browsers a lot in the last few months and I've finally settled on exclusively using Firefox (or derivatives) on all my devices. In a series of posts, I'm going to share how I have my instances of  Firefox configured and how it is a better

Streaming at home with NDI and virtual cams for family fun | DC Tech Talks Podcast
February 08, 2021

Ive used OBS for a long time for game and screen recording. I was well aware that was barely scratching the surface of what it can do. Yet, thats basically all I needed it for, mostly for screen recording training videos. I never had a reason to go deep

Embracing my disability & addressing accessibility | DC Tech Talks Podcast
January 25, 2021

Although there are not many nice things to say about 2020, there was one aspect of my life that has changed for the better. This is the year I finally accepted that I am hearing disabled.This is the narration of my original blog post found here: https:/

That S5e mid-range tablet life - My best computer | DC Tech Talks Podcast
January 11, 2021

Okay, this is gonna sound funny. But at the middle of my tech stack is my tablet. This may not be how you want to use it, however for me its the center of the universe. My tablet needs to be able to do everything. Its the only device that bridges all my m

The Best Tech of 2020 - A New Mindset on Ownership | DC Tech Talks Podcast
December 28, 2020

My thoughts on the best tech of 2020.  There will be lots of lists that are nothing but affiliate links. This post is about the people and projects that enable us to truly own digital items, not leasing like we do with Google Drive, Spotify, and Net

Giving Anbox Android emulator a shot
December 16, 2020

After seeing the news of a new Ubuntu-based distro using /e/ OS app store, my interest was piqued about running Android apps on my desktop. Having recently played around with screen mirroring on my Pop_OS desktop, running the apps directly seems like a mu

The Economic Need for Replaceable Batteries | DC Tech Talks Podcast
May 07, 2020

There are plenty of reasons to make this accessible for more users, from environmental to economic. I realized after repairing my daughters Honor 7x, that I now have three devices in use after battery replacements, all of them repaired for a combined cost

Video, content, and RSS - The need for curation | DC Tech Talks Podcast
March 12, 2020

Earlier, Flipboard announced a $3/month subscription (coming soon) to curate public video into a single feed. What I really want is a way to easily consolidate YouTube, feeds, newsletters, and podcasts into a single source. Unfortunately, this Flipboard s

The Bliss of /e/ OS – The UnGoogled Android | DC Tech Talks Podcast - Ep. 38
September 19, 2019

One of the biggest factors I take into consideration before  purchasing an Android phone is if it is supported by 3rd. party ROM’s.  Previously I’ve run devices without Google Apps after installing  LineageOS, which had significant speed an

Nostalgia and Rose-Colored Glasses for Blackberry
September 14, 2019

On the blog this week was Admitting my continued love of Blackberry and if physical keyboards on phones are worth it. Blog is on  ObscuredNarration.com right now. This podcast allows me to go deeper on this topic.For some time, Ive been fixated o