In this podcast, Jon Westfall and I discuss:
- Google Drive does a surprise rollout of file limits, locking out some users
Maximum 5,000,000 files in Google Drive
- Google updates Bard to better answer math and logic questions, coding coming soon
Currently, Bard cannot help with coding questions
- Make Something Wonderful,’ which will be available free online, is an intimate view of the Apple co-founder
…a small group of his family, friends and former colleagues have collected it into “Make Something Wonderful: Steve Jobs in his own words,” available free to the public online starting on April 11. Somewhere between a posthumous memoir and a scrapbook album, it is told through notes and drafts Jobs emailed to himself, excerpts of letters and speeches, oral histories and interviews, photos and mementos.
Remember the CrowPi that Jon convinced me to buy back in late 2019? Meet the CrowPi2 laptop
- Pew Research: About three-in-ten U.S. adults say they are ‘almost constantly’ online
Overall, 85% of Americans say they go online on a daily basis. That figure includes the 31% who report going online almost constantly, as well as 48% who say they go online several times a day and 6% who go online about once a day. Some 8% go online several times a week or less often, while 7% of adults say they do not use the internet at all.
- Jon’s continuing experiments with Bing Creator image creation