With a large enough lever, you could move the world. Technology is that lever. Progress is the fulcrum. Where we go is up to us. Chaos Lever is a weekly, tech news podcast dedicated to tracking new and emerging trends in the enterprise IT landscape, and figuring out why they are terrible.
Chris is concerned about Amazon One, Ned is amazed by Accenture’s size, and we all celebrate one year of Chaos Lever’s existence.
Ned introduces us to Mastodon the social network service, Chris dips his toe in the CXL world with Rambus, and we both agree that Musk sucks.
Chris reminds us why remote work is the best and bosses are the worst, Ned has questions about Windows Subsystem for Android, and we’re both worried about the ISC2.
Ned waxes fondly about HashiConf Global, Chris wanes on Facebook, and we all feel the fires of Microsoft Ignite warm our cockles.
Chris holds himself in superposition about quantum computing, Ned is anxious about Ceph’s fate, and we all wait on bated breathe for Microsoft Ignite.
Ned is pedantic about the term Supercloud, Chris is pedantic about everything, and we both think Halo Rise is a terrible, horrible, no good idea.
Chris rages against the tyranny of MFA, Ned reminds you that Facebook still hates you, and we all feel nostalgic about floppy disks.
Ned investigates the world of Decentralized Identity, Chris realized he’s the problem with AI art, and we take the time to lament the Queen’s passing in our own special way. By completely ignoring it.
Chris is incensed by Spam, Ned is burned up about lying ISPs, and everyone sees through Apple’s smoke and mirrors.