Shades Of Brown

Shades of Brown is a weekly podcast about computers and culture. Each week Sadiq Saif and Cristian Colocho discuss the latest events and end up going way too far into the weeds on some niche topic.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 55m. Bisher sind 138 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich

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episode 136: Episode 136: I used the M word, sorry

We laugh at Microsoft, one of us has feelings about weapon sunsetting and the other has feelings about games writing and press cycles.



episode 135: Episode 135: Some Applications Are Chrome

Microsoft tries to burry the news of Mixer dying under WWDC, and then we spend 72 hours talking about WWDC 2020.



episode 134: Episode 134: It's Not 2005 Anymore, Who Cares?

Hey! There's a new email app but really we try and break through horrible rules for in app purchases, and then talk about the EA Direct.



episode 130: Episode 133: The Demon Souls Remaster Should Have An Easy Mode

We address some feedback from last weeks episode, bubble out into the Android 11 Public Beta, and then make fun of gamers who think easy modes are bad while appreciating the drip of the PS5.



episode 132: Episode 132: You Don't Want To Be Explaining Federation Policy When You’re Trying To Organize

An objective look at how free culture has failed to bring upon meaningful change to marginalized folks, a discussion of great Black albums, and we then try to escape to bizarro Final Fantasy land.


 2020-06-08  1h3m

episode 131: Episode 131: I Don't Want Any Spreadsheets Fluid Or Not

DOOM Eternal is booted from Ring 0, we conference in to Microsoft Build^Powered By Microsoft Teams™, and then system security is a little bit problematic in macOS.


 2020-05-25  1h12m

episode 130: Episode 130: Do you think the average gamer can read C++

This week we talk about another video game DRM fiasco, bullshit video game marketing, Assassin's Creed Vallhalla, Ghost of Tsushima, and Halo 2 for the MCC.


 2020-05-19  1h6m

episode 129: Episode 129: Everyone Wants To Send Text In Different Ways

Panos is pumped, our long national keyboard nightmare is over, Google thinks we won't take a chance to dunk on them, while Facebook is server side crashing apps.


 2020-05-11  56m

episode 135: Episode 128: Recognized Freedoms Under The Republic Of Gamers Charter

Intel's node process is lackluster, ICANN like most American organizations wants to sell out to the highest bidder, and we use recent gaming stories to trash gamer culture*.


 2020-05-04  1h1m

episode 127: Episode 127: LLSIFASDDT

Riot released a game but Riot is a bad company, a cool new build of Minecraft with RTX was released, and we talk about and low priced phone and a high priced phone.


 2020-04-21  1h1m