After a considerable hiatus the Geeks are back with a new schedule. From now on out, you can catch Geekspeak every first and third Monday at 4:30. Louie also takes the opportunity to announce his semi-retirement before pondering some worst case scenarios of new tech like Alexa's improved memory recall.
Coming up at 4:30 today, community broadband expert Christopher Mitchell from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance talks about municipal efforts to build high speed Internet networks across Colorado. That's at 4:30, only on KDNK.
On today's show Louie and Matt ask listeners what it would take to regain confidence in Facebook following recent data/ privacy breach scandals. Computer-related questions are also answered live on air.
SBDC consultant Jonathan Stokely returns to update the Geeks about the GlenX Business Incubator pitch competition, seeking an audience to help judge the 15 remaining contestants on Thursday, March 20, at 7pm at the Third Street Center. The winner will receive $10,000 funding towards their business idea.
In additional to answering calls and questions, The Geeks talk about Elon Musk's "The Boring Company Flamethrower," Louie's investment in Bitcoin and sensitive military information disclosed by Fitbits.