Accidental Tech Podcast

123: Imperfect Signaling Mechanism

June 24, 201586 min
Follow-up: Bitcode is specific to its originally targeted CPU architecture Bruce Hoult tweet 1, tweet 2 C data types Endianness Data structure alignment Steve Troughton-Smith S1 analysis by Chipworks The (un)likelihood of ARM Macs Apple's transition from PowerPC to Intel CPUs Intel Skylake Swift 2 and compiler self-hosting Mono's compiler history Oculus as "the Palm Pilot of VR" John, his watch, and his nose Myke was right again Myke was originally right about the iPhone 6 Plus Safari Content Blocking API in iOS 9 and El Capitan WebKit Content Blockers Session video with John and Marco Safari View Controller to kill minibrowsers GlimmerBlocker YouTube ad settings Ad-banner blindness The ethics of running ad-blockers AdBlock Plus accepts money from some ad companies whitelisted as Acceptable Ads John's Reload Button extension for Safari TRIM) on non-Apple SSDs New trimforce command in El Capitan After-show: Casey, John, and Marco attempt to modify their houses. Sponsored by: Automatic: Your smart driving assistant. Get $20 off with this link. Hover: The best way to buy and manage domain names. Use coupon code LOSTBACKPACK for 10% off your first purchase. MailRoute: Hosted spam and virus protection for email. Use this link for 10% off for the life of your account.

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