Tech Director Chat
Episode 34

Wifi and Stuffed Animals

Ben Rimes published on

It's the second week back from Spring Break, M-STEP testing is in full swing, and Pete and Ben drone on about wireless networks, poorly shapen metaphors, and stuffed animals. If that's not a podcast worth listening to, what is? We do get a chance to address some of the ongoing Apple TV issues that have plagued our network, although we have made some significant improvements, we help out with a question involving recovering files with Crashplan, and Pete is fully stumped once again with a question about his favorite Icelandic musician.

Oh, and if you're curious about following piggie's adventures (listen to the podcast for that to make sense), you can check them out on Ben's Instagram account.

Timestamps for this week's questions:

0:55 Pete is confused about how we open the podcast

1:32 What has Pete been up to?

3:07 Will the new schools have designated places for technology to be stored?

4:55 What information do the occupancy sensors provide, and what do they cost?

7:30 Kevin wants to know if he can recover previously deleted iMovie project files.

9:00 What’s up with the Apple TVs?

10:22 The Tech Department turns into an 80s arcade

11:00 Ben attempts to ruin Pete’s explanation of our wireless network.

15:45 Someone wants to know why Ben always has a little stuffed pig with him.

20:15 Stump Pete!

22:02 What was Bjork’s first band?

You can talk about the show or continue the conversations on Twitter using the hashtag #TechDirectorChat or chatting up Ben (@techsavvyed) or Pete (@ppoggione) on Twitter.

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