The New Screen Savers with Leo Laporte

Feb 3rd 2018

The New Screen Savers 142

Lidar Reveals Ancient Cities

OpenSource turns 20, California vs FCC, Lidar in the Jungle
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On this episode of The New Screen Savers for Saturday, February 3, 2018 with Leo Laporte and Florence Ion:

  • Now you can see the ruins under the trees! Archeologist and National Geographic Explorer Thomas Garrison and his team used LIDAR to scan hundreds of square miles of Guatemalan jungle and discovered thousands of new Mayan structures, roads, buildings, and reservoirs.
  • California is taking Net Neutrality into its own hands and upsetting the FCC. Our legal expert Denise Howell from ""This Week in Law"" joins us to discuss the ramifications.
  • Did you know it is the 20th Anniversary of Open Source! Joining us Simon Phipps from the FOSDEM 2018 Open Source conference in Brussels.
  • Megan Morrone wants to helps solve the problem of finding the keyboard that's right for you and your iPad.
  • You can call it an Apple Watch knock-off but Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ has some nice things to say about the WeLoop Hey 3S GPS Smartwatch.
  • In Call for Help, we'll help consolidate your photos on multiple machines. Plus, Flo answers some Android questions in the Mail Bag.

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