Last night's stream with Paul Heimlich was lots of fun. Thanks again to everybody who joined us live and participated via the chat.
We talked about a bunch of things, including Lenovo's Superfish debacle, the future of Internet service, and our growing trust issues with tech companies. We also went deep on the future of G-Sync versus FreeSync, and Paul and I named the technologies we'd most like to see advanced in the coming years.
Here's the YouTube version, so those of you who missed the live stream can see it at your leisure. Thanks again to Paul for joining us!
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