10 episodes

Monologues and dialogues between Anthony Colangelo & Olivier Lacan about technology, open source software, web development, programming, design, and basically anything that's bugging either of them this week.

The Multilogue Anthony Colangelo & Olivier Lacan

    • Technology

Monologues and dialogues between Anthony Colangelo & Olivier Lacan about technology, open source software, web development, programming, design, and basically anything that's bugging either of them this week.

    v0.0.9 - Dick is the Vessel

    v0.0.9 - Dick is the Vessel

    We talk about the Patriot Act, the French Patriot Act, China's Great Cannon, and the challenges of technologically illiterate legislators vying to control the Internet — all through a dick PRISM.

    • 53 min
    v0.0.8 - The Open Loophole

    v0.0.8 - The Open Loophole

    We talk about the challenges of net neutrality, the definition of lawful content, the importance of encryption-enforced privacy, and the unlikely champion of reason and individual rights.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    v0.0.7 - General Porpoise

    v0.0.7 - General Porpoise

    We talk about inconsistent, disappointing and sometimes positively surprising tools.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    v0.0.6 - Groupthink to the Max

    v0.0.6 - Groupthink to the Max

    We talk about gender and ethnic inequality in the workplace and society.

    • 55 min
    v0.0.5 - Giving a S**t

    v0.0.5 - Giving a S**t

    We talk about giving a s**t about people through attention to details and wonder why it's such a tough sell.

    • 59 min
    v0.0.4 - Zero-sum Mentality

    v0.0.4 - Zero-sum Mentality

    We talk about zero-sum mentality or the perceived lack of uniqueness that makes people hold off from sharing their thoughts and ideas with the world.

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

Olivier Lacan ,

Despite my bias as a host of this show, I can vouch for its excellence

Honestly, I find myself enjoying these conversations with Anthony way too much.

You know how people keep saying that it's weird to hear themselves in a microphone? I think I sound great in a microphone. In fact, I wish I could walk around with my fancy recording equipment so that people could hear how great I sound in a microphone all the time.

Anthony sounds quite good too, mind you, but the improvement over his "normal" vocal output doesn't seem as impressive to me, considering how bad I sound in the real world.

Anyway, this review surely breaks over 9000 Apple rules and regulations so I simply hope I'll have a chance to snatch a screenshot of it and send it to my mom so she can give me a half-puzzled half-you-silly-boy look when she finishes reading it and realizes that — shockingly — I provided very little critique bang for the buck.

Bye now, little people of the Internet.

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