About MeI'm Michael Koby, and I love technology. I'm also a programmer, currently doing Ruby on Rails development for a small Houston startup. Here I talk about technology, programming, politics, movies, music, and anything else I feel I need to talk about. If you would like to know more, you can check out the About page.
Tag Archives: Power of Information
As of Show #93 I will be on sabatical from the radio show I have spent almost 2 years co-hosting, Power of Information.
This was a decision reached by both myself and co-host Derek Alfonso. Due to the time requirements of my job, personal goals within that job, and my wife carrying our new child we felt it best that I step away from the show for an undetermined period of time. Continue reading
This week on the Power of Information, Derek, Suzy, and I discuss Sun buying MySQL, an open source database engine. We also look at Yahoo! supporting OpenID, the “Nanoscope”, and even getting your Yahoo! Mail in your favorite email client. All this and more on this week’s Power of Information. Continue reading
This week on the Power of Information, Derek, Suzy, and I discuss Apple’s latest announcements (and there’s a lot of them this week), Universal starting Blu-Ray support, and Melinda Gates gives a rare interview. We also talk about micro-blogging site, Jaiku, an open source search engine, and we look at some recent video game announcements. All this and more on this week’s Power of Information. Continue reading
This week on the Power of Information, Derek, Suzy, and I discuss Apple entering the movie rental business, Sony/BMG dropping DRM, Bill Gate’s new toy (the Microsoft Surface), and Warner Bros. going with Blu-Ray exclusively. Michael also talks about why today’s music might not sound as good as you think. All this and more on this week’s Power of Information. Continue reading