Guard Frequency Episode 253 | Unedited Squawking

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Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 253 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on March 15, 2019 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at GuardFrequency.com

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This Week’s Schedule

  • Flight Deck: We skip our usual schtick and work around a lack of editing time this week to bring back the Squawk Box for a quick trip around the block!
  • Feedback Loop

Community Question(s)

  • Excited for the Stadia platform? Pros and cons? Holding your breath for the Google HOTAS?

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  • seannewboy

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    Wonderful show everyone.

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  • H Alan

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    We are moving more and more to software as a service or cloud based systems. Eventually everything will be accessible through something worn on your arm with some sort of holographic display. No matter how advanced these systems are, we’re still bound by the limitations of available electrical power. When you lose power, whether it’s from natural disasters, system faults like transformer or breaker trips or human error, like driving into a power pole to avoid a squirrel in the street, we are left with non-functional tech that’s dependant on this power fount. Now, where did I store all those Milton-Bradley board games when the computer age hit?

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