#heiseshow: Twitter, Corona warning app, home office
Round 2 for the completely renewed heiseshow: This week it will be dangerous, because April 1st is approaching and with some news the inclined reader could harbor the suspicion that it is a premature April Fool’s joke.
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The changes in the heise show are no joke: in addition to three topics that we discuss, analyze and classify, there is now always the WTF of the week, the nerd birthday and the quiz. The participation of the spectators is also particularly important to us. Questions can be asked in advance in the forum and live during the broadcast in the chat, which we will address in the broadcast.
The topics in this issue
- Twitter – Worth half as much, but twice as nice thanks to Twitter Blue? Elon Musk wants to favor Twitter Blue subscribers in many ways from April. How is this changing the network? And how do you classify the news about the massive loss of value and the leaked source code?
- Corona warning app is shut down: It cost millions to use and the technology behind it is fascinating. But did the warning app actually do a good job? What can we learn from this for the future?
- Tech companies are calling for face-to-face work: Tech was actually considered a pioneer in the home office. But Amazon, Meta and Apple would rather see their employees present again. What does this mean for the rest of the world?
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