Welcome to Episode 9 of the Faith, Tech, and Space PODCAST.

Back behind the microphone with big updates about my aspirancy formation for the permanent diaconate, updates about the Windows Insider and Edge Insider Programs, a big tech update, and quite a bit of space news this cycle.

We begin catching up on the Easter Season, the new online (local and distant) classes that start this month in formation including Patristics (three classes) and The Four Gospels (12 weeks). Blessed to report that I received an A in my Sacramental Theology class that just wrapped up a couple of weeks ago.

Next we go over the status of new insider builds for Windows 10 (vNext), the impending release of Windows 10 (20H1) aka the May 2020 Update later this month, and all the latest on Microsoft Edge across the Canary, Developer, Beta, and Stable channels.

Under the tech banner there are all kinds of headlines about subscription and usage numbers for remote working tools and services going up right now plus hardware news from Microsoft and Apple as they release new hardware. A big deal is that company’s like Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and Google are all telling their employees to expect to work from home remotely until the end of 2020 due to the COVID-19 situation.

In space news, the first launch of human beings from U.S. soil in nearly nine years is expected later this month and the Mars Perseverance mission continues marching towards its July launch even with the team working remotely from home. Hubble is 30 years old and unidentified objects are just that – unidentified.

So thanks for tuning in and giving a listen to Faith, Tech, and Space as we continue this unique journey.


Time Marks:

  • Open/Intro – Start to 6:50
  • Faith – 6:51 to 15:48
  • Tech – 15:49 to 47:32
  • Space – 47:33 to 55:55
  • Close – 55:56 to End

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Date Published: 10 May 2020

Format: MP3, 128KBPS

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