In part two of The Markless Fortnight, Richard and Simon take to the airwaves once again to chat about things they've found in the crazy world of tech. This time, there's a focus on a less-than-stellar Wired article on Apple's environmental push, and the dismal state of user interfaces in cars (not just the media players).
Along the way, we ask the important questions: What pastry is used to measure Nokia's stock price? Can you put a QR code on a zebra? Why shouldn't you build a solar energy farm in Bognor Regis? Will the bus tip over after all?
Some words may leave you feeling nauseous. Fnar.
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Links for this episode:
- Wired: Green Apple
- Hypercritical — CES: Worse Products Through Software
- The State Of Infotainment
- MS–Nokia deal complete, Nokia CEO named, shares jump
- Fox's Bleeding Graph