Leo Laporte and co-host Father Robert Ballecer discuss the Vault 7 WikiLeaks information dump of alleged CIA hacking tools. Leo gives his first impressions of the HTC U Ultra. Fr. Robert shows us how Blackmagic Design's Micro Studio Camera 4K works and why you might want to invest in your own for field camera shooting or to build your own podcast network. Also, the new Raspberry Pi Zero W is out. We'll take a look at what's changed for this small kit-computer. We've got two 'Calls for Help.' One wants to know about the different NAS devices on the market and what they all have to offer. The other wants to know about WiFi mesh networking and if there is an open source solution for him. Jason Howell has a review of HIFIMAN's HE-400i over-ear planar magnetic headphones and tells us all about why he loves them. We all know Megan Morrone is a big fan of her "analog" Bullet Journal, but now there's a companion app and she shows us how it works.
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- Wikileaks Just Dumped a Cache of Information on Alleged CIA Hacking Tools
- Vault 7: CIA Hacking Tools Revealed
- The Truth About the WikiLeaks C.I.A. Cache
- Worried the CIA Hacked Your Samsung TV? Here’s How to Tell
- Don’t Let WikiLeaks Scare You Off of Signal and Other Encrypted Chat Apps
- HTC U ULTRA
- HIFIMAN HE-400i
- Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K
- Blackmagic Video Assist
- Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera
- Bullet Journal
- Raspberry Pi Zero W
- Benicia Makerspace
- STREAMING STUDIO PART 1: CAMERAS