It’s election day, let’s just lie on the floor & scream together; Twitter explains how they will handle results; CISA says everything is going ok (from external threats, anyway); more cyberattacks against hospitals; Zoom adds end-to-end encryption; diving deep with the Mandalorian; Joe Rogan tests Spotify, wins; Tenacious D; Lewis Black; Bad Education; Mr. Rogers; Tehran; Fauda; Over the Moon; Somebody Feed Phil; Jon Stewart’s back; ClipDrop; Elgato Key Light; Shure; Digislate; Spider WIFI routers; Cory Doctorow; catching up on feedback.

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Show Notes

FOLLOW UP

Let’s Just Lie on the Floor and Scream Together

IN THE NEWS

Twitter explains how it will handle misleading tweets about the US election results

SECURITY HAH!

The CyberWire

Dave Bittner

Hacking Humans

Caveat

Zoom Finally Has End-to-End Encryption. Here’s How to Use It

Cyberattack hits Vermont network, including 6 hospitals

MEDIA CANDY

Joe Rogan, Alex Jones and Spotify’s illusion of neutrality

Spotify Is Defending Alex Jones’ Appearance On “The Joe Rogan Experience”

“Time Warp” by Tenacious D

Lewis Black – Thanks for risking your life

Bad Education

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

The Name of the Rose

Tehran

Fauda

Over the Moon

Somebody Feed Phil

Jon Stewart Returns With Current Affairs Series for Apple

APPS & DOODADS

ClipDrop

Elgato Key Light with Metal Pole Mount

Shure MV7 Podcast Mic

DigiSlate

AC5300 Tri-Band Gigabit WiFi Gaming Router with MU-MIMO, supporting AiProtection network security powered by Trend Micro, AiMesh for mesh WiFi system, built-in WTFast game accelerator and Adaptive QoS

Raspberry Pi Foundation announces the cute little Raspberry Pi 400

AT THE LIBRARY

Attack Surface by Cory Doctorow

A Million Years in a Day: A Curious History of Everyday Life from the Stone Age to the Phone Age by Greg Jenner

FEEDBACK LOOP

Self-driving race car crashes straight into a wall from the starting line during the world’s first autonomous race series

AI Camera Ruins Soccer Game For Fans After Mistaking Referee’s Bald Head For Ball

Amazon Argues Users Don’t Actually Own Purchased Prime Video Content

Quibi burn rate

Will Javascript Take Over the World? | Brian Kernighan and Lex Fridman

Privacy-friendly alternatives to Google that don’t track you

A Florida man was mauled by a leopard after paying $150 for a ‘full-contact experience’

Jason DeFillippo on Call for Help with Chris Pirillo

Här avbryter brittisk polis dopfest – ger ut 115 000 kr i böter

Once again, Unanimous AI Correctly Forecast the Winner of the World Series Before the Season Started

TikTok-parent ByteDance launches its first gadget in a big education push

Wisconsin Republican Party chairman says hackers stole $2.3M from Trump reelection

Canadian class-action suit against Facebook alleges misuse of personal information

6 apps to hide your secret nude photos

Wireless charging efficiency, take worst case 60%

To put that into perspective that’s the equivalent of running a CFL in a desk lamp for 30min, ceiling fan for 8min, toaster for 25sec, or an electric clothes dryer for 8sec.

Get Ready for Airbnb’s IPO to Blow Away Expectations

Amazon’s warehouses have more costly workplace injury claims than meatpacking or logging, Washington state says.

Park Avenue Corner Tree

Quibi Thread by Jawn Wick

Interesting Tesla Stoplight Detection

Instagram row over plus-size model forces change to nudity policy | Technology | The Guardian

How Instagrammers Are Faking the Luxury of a Private Jet for Just $64 an Hour

CLOSING SHOUT-OUTS

Sean Connery, the Original James Bond, Dies at 90