- John Rogers from Northwestern University talks about the creation of tiny microchips that can fly and sample the environment.
- Cherlynn Low from Engadget shares her hands-on thoughts of the latest Microsoft Surface hardware announced this week.
- Mikah talks about what happens when Square's payment services go down at peak time on a Saturday morning.
- Jason and Mikah discuss files, folders, directories, and how all of these things are taken for granted in modern day computing.
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