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Tagged with “privacy” (3)

  1. 2030

    Privacy’s dead. What happens next?

    http://2014.dconstruct.org/conference/tomscott/

    Tom Scott is from the internet. He is an excellent ambassador, whether it’s skilfully explaining programming concepts or re-enacting cat GIFs.

    He makes entertaining and thought-provoking videos, such as Danger: Humans and Welcome To Life. There’s an ongoing video series called Things You Might Not Know, in which Tom and guests divulge facts that have a significant probabilty of being hitherto-unknown by you, and another series called Tom’s Language Files about linguistics, languages, and love. But mainly linguistics.

    Tom doesn’t just make videos though. He also makes handy online services like the Star Wars Weather Forecast and the Magical Mystical Ley Line Locator.

    —Huffduffed by harriyott

  2. Spark 237: Connected Cars. Smart Homes. Solving the Password Problem. Playable Cities. Indie Tech.

    Pete Nowak on tech trends at CES. Matt Novak on retro CES. Bob Burrows on connected cars. Dan Misener and Anil Somayaji on solving the password problem. Clare Reddington on the playable city. Aral Balkan on indie tech.

    Will 2014 be the year of the indie tech revolution? Aral Balkan is an experience designer who says we’ll see a boom in indie tech this year: software and devices that offer great user experience and give you control of your data.

    http://www.cbc.ca/spark/blog/2014/01/12/the-indie-tech-revolution/

    —Huffduffed by harriyott

  3. This Week In Google 21: Love Your Scroll Bar

    Hosts: Leo Laporte, Gina Trapani, Jeff Jarvis, and Kevin Marks

    Android Listen, Huffduffer, a real Google phone, Schmidt and privacy, Yelp, and more.

    http://www.twit.tv/twig21

    —Huffduffed by harriyott