The Birds and the Elephants
December 28th, 2022
47 mins 41 secs
About this Episode
Our take on why several tech companies just teamed up to take on Google Maps, and then we react to the global analyst who says we won't have any new iPhones until 2028. We don't talk about Elon; if we did, it would be chaptered. But we definitely did not.Support Coder Radio
- Peter Zeihan — Geopolitical strategist, speaker, author.
- The Power Hungry Podcast: Peter Zeihan - YouTube
- new shell by Drakulix · Pull Request #46 · pop-os/cosmic-comp · GitHub — Finally compiles again and displays a window, after ripping out half of it and putting some reworked parts back in.
- Glow image rendering support; move image/svg code to iced_graphics by ids1024 · Pull Request #1485 · iced-rs/iced · GitHub
- feat: Additional actions for window controls by mmstick · Pull Request #1471 · iced-rs/iced · GitHub
- Big Tech Companies Join Linux in Effort to Kill Google Maps — The companies include Meta, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, and TomTom, which together could facilitate a new wave of geolocation apps.
- Overture Maps Foundation — Overture aims to incorporate map data from multiple sources including Overture Members, civic organizations, and open data sources.
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