I’m making weekly trips to the vet, and burning a CD of audiocasts to pass the time on the trip. While my passengers are good companions, they’re not sparkling conversationalists, so this week, I listened to:
- Steve Gibson – Internet Privacy (3.3) Recently, the news has reported that the US Department of Justice has requested user information from some major internet search engines and service providers. In this conversation, Larry Magid talks with internet security expert Steve Gibson about the ramifications of these requests. They talk about what is possible and, more importantly, what is likely to be learned about an individual’s surfing habits.
- Brewster Kahle – The Internet Archive (3.7) Dr. Moira Gunn speaks with Brewster Kahle, the founder and digital librarian of the Internet Archive. They’re not just archiving web pages – there’s now books, movies and 3,000 Grateful Dead concerts.
Both audiocasts came from ITC: All Programs