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TCLP 2008-05-21 Interview: Cory Doctorow (Comment Line 240-949-2638)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on May 21, 2008

This is a feature cast.

A reminder that there will be no news cast this weekend as I’ll be at Balticon 42.

There is no new hacker word of the week.

The feature is an interview with Cory Doctorow in which we talk about his new book, Little Brother

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TCLP 2007-11-14 Interview: Lawrence Lessig (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on November 14, 2007

This is a feature cast.

There is no new hacker word of the week this week due to the length of the interview.

The feature this week is an interview with Professor Lawrence Lessig. We discuss both his research of the last ten years involving copyright reform and his recently announced new direction, tackling government corruption.

I also reviewed Professor Lessig’s excellent book, Free Culture, on the January 7th episode of this year in case you are not familiar with his work.

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TCLP 2007-10-17 Interview: Lauren Weinstein (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on October 17, 2007

This is a feature cast.

I spend more time than intended discussing the exchange between Ursula K. Le Guin and Cory Doctorow over a piece of micro fiction she sent to the fanzine, Ansible. I misspoke in the episode and identified the periodical in question as Slate. I blame the pre-show pumpkin ale. Cory links to Miss Le Guin’s open letter and her is the first I saw of it, a posting on Jerry Pournelle’s site. I think that last, personally, was just gas on a candle flame.

No hacker word of the week due to the length of the interview.

The feature this week is an interview with Lauren Weinstein, a veteran activist and technologist, in which we discuss his recent thoughts on advancing the discussion of network neutrality.

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TCLP 2007-09-05 Interview: Beatnik Turtle (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on September 5, 2007

This is a feature cast.

No hacker word of the week this week due to the length of the main feature.

The feature this week is an interview I recorded with Randy, Jason and Tom of Beatnik Turtle. Check out their current project, The Song of the Day and look for Randy’s and Jason’s forthcoming book, The Indie Band Survival Guide.

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TCLP 2007-08-01 Interview: Bruce Schneier (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on August 1, 2007

This is a feature cast.

Due to the length of the interview, no new hacker word of the week this week.

The feature this week is an interview I conducted recently with security expert, Bruce Schneier.

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TCLP 2007-05-16 Marcus Ranum Interview (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on May 16, 2007

This episode is a feature cast.

No hacker word of the week this week due to the length of the feature.

The feature is an interview with renowned security expert Marcus Ranum. Thanks to Paul Fischer at the ADDcast (http://addcast.net/) for helping set this up.

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TCLP 2007-04-11 Dick Hardt Interview, 2 of 2 (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on April 11, 2007

This episode is a feature cast.

Just a reminder that BaltiCon 41 is coming up (May 25-28), so if you have not already, you should be making your travel arrangements now.

The Hacker Word of the Week is cat.

The feature this week is the second half of an interview I recorded with Dick Hardt founder and CEO of identity services company, Sxip. In this half, we discuss how identity services are being adopted in a variety of spaces, the state of Sxipper, the free Firefox extension made by Sxip, and it’s future features, as well as services that Sxip is looking into rolling out in the future including disposable email address, disposable postal address, and possibly disposable credit card numbers.

Download the show directly. Grab the detailed show notes with time offsets and additional links either as PDF or OPML.

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TCLP 2007-04-04 Dick Hardt Interview, 1 of 2 (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

Posted by Thomas Gideon on April 4, 2007

This episode is a feature cast.

Just a reminder that BaltiCon 41 is coming up (May 25-28), so if you have not already, you should be making your travel arrangements now.

In case you hadn’t heard elsewhere, Joe Murphy left us this past Sunday. I was recording at the time but found out right after finishing Sunday’s show. The fabulous folks responsible for the Joe Murphy Memorial Fund put together a heartfelt and touching bit of audio. Thanks to George Hrab for the underlying music.

Godspeed, Mason Rocket!

The Hacker Word of the Week is case and paste.

The feature this week is the first half of an interview I recorded with Dick Hardt founder and CEO of identity services company, Sxip. In this half, Dick explains how he moved from programming tools to identity services, he defines some terms, and we start discussing how these new tools interact with and enhance privacy online.

Download the show directly. Grab the detailed show notes with time offsets and additional links either as PDF or OPML.

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