TEC155: Is old music killing new music? Dom Bettinelli, Victor Lams, and Pat Scott discuss how streaming music up-ended the music industry, including what kinds of music people listen to; Apple’s latest Silicon announcements; wireless electric roadways; and patients left stranded when a bionic implant company closes.
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Links for this episode:
- Is Old Music Killing New Music? | The Atlantic
- How Music Does That: The Deep Playlist of Generation Z
- OpenAI Jukebox Sample Explorer
- Apple announces new ‘Mac Studio’ desktop with M1 Ultra – 9to5Mac
- Apple announces new $1599 27-inch 5K Apple Studio Display, featuring Center Stage webcam – 9to5Mac
- Apple unveils iPhone SE 3 with A15 chip, same home button design – 9to5Mac
- Electric roadway will charge your EV while you’re driving
- Their Bionic Eyes Are Now Obsolete and Unsupported – IEEE Spectrum
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