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.
Ned helps you to manifest your inner developer. Chris argues with himself over USB-C. And Gartner once again states the glaringly obvious.
Hey Google, find me browsers that respect people’s privacy. Zero results found? Ouch. Also, Seth Green is being a weenie about NFTs. And layoffs serve as a friendly reminder that companies are not your friend.
We take a moment to reflect on VMware’s past, present, and future given the Broadcom acquisition. Ned is furious about Chris’ distaste for cake. And we all agree WSL on Windows Server is silly.
Security is a philosophy with a practical application, unlike anything Hegel ever wrote. Ned is dismissive of golf. And we all get a good laugh at Elon’s expense.
Google wants to HELP whether you want it or not, Chris has a sad about the iPod’d demise, Ned reminisces about a high school sweetheart, and Stablecoins seem anything but.
Ned finally dissects the hyperscaler’s earnings and the entrails are promising, Chris fumes about Facebook (#NeverMeta), and someone (not saying who) got an italian hoagie that was WAY too big.
Chris puts on a Brave face about Google’s AMP project, Ned adopts a basset hound and names it Istio, and we all get progressively more confused about VMware and SD cards.
Ned insists that both spoons and multicloud do not exist, Chris introduces us to the ThunderBert cable standard, and we literally lament the figurative use of literally.