TKC 446 Brady Dale

Technology Reporter at Observer.com

Interview starts at 10:30 and ends at 42:19

“That’s why I call this whole printed book thing fetishism. What’s more important? Is literature and writing important or is this object more important? I think literature is more important, and writing is important. I don’t really care how people read it. I just really want to push back on this idea that there’s something sad that we’ve lost because print books are fading, when what I care about is not print or first editions. I care about people reading and the act of writing and that creative work.”

News

“Amazon Alexa Voice Service Coming to DTS Play-Fi” – September 28, 2017

“Why Amazon is the World’s Most Innovative Company of 2017” by Noah Robischon at Fast Company – February 13, 2017

“Amazon.com Takes Aim at Victoria’s Secret With Its Own $10 Bras” by Khadeeja Safdar and Laura Stevens at The Wall Street Journal – February 10, 2017

“AWS Announces Amazon Chime” – press release February 14, 2017

Amazon Chime

Tech Tip

“Owners of first and second generation Kindles can’t register them” by Andrew Liptak at The Verge – February 11, 2017

“Amazon Tap’s new hands-free Alexa update means it’s actually useful” by Lauren Goode at The Verge – February 9, 2017

Interview with Brady Dale

“Despite What You Heard, The E-Book Market Never Stopped Growing” by Brady Dale at Observer.com – January 18, 2017

“Titans of Kindle” series by Brady Dale

Podiobooks

“How to reach me secretly and securely” by Brady Dale at Medium – February 12, 2017

Google Authenticator

Mailbox.org

Sync.com

ProtonMail

“On Twitter, Users Shouldn’t Need a Name” by Brady Dale at Observer.com – February 14, 2017

Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named “Well, You Needn’t.” This version is “Ra-Monk” by Eval Manigat on the “Variations in Time: A Jazz Perspective” CD by Public Transit Recording” CD.

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