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This week’s episode is COLD AS HELL. Ice cube synth sounds, chilly strings, sparse soundscapes. Nuthin warm about this one. Put on an autumn sweater and watch the dead leaves fall.
After many months of fact-finding and opinion gathering, the FCC at last released its long-awaited National Broadband Plan. But will it bring better internet speeds at lower prices? Consumer advocates and the FCC’s broadband chief weigh in.
The fourth episode for the GOL Podcast is finally here! New hosts, new material and it’s time to grab a coffee and listen.
Star Fox is back! …in Starlink: Battle for Atlas. But what do we think of this? Is it a good fit? Could it be a precursor to more Star Fox games? And is it enough for us to actually pick up Starlink? We talk about all this and more in our latest discussion!
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Duke Riley’s “Fly By Night” public art project sends trained pigeons aloft over the East River with tiny LED lights …
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The Almost Magical Formula for surprising EASE and HARMONY in your family while fully honoring your children’s spirits.
Building a fiber optic broadband network is expensive, so why not add the conduits when we dig new roads and repair old ones? And a new movie highlights the controversies surrounding copyright, intellectual property and music. 5:02 http://www.freepress.net/node/47702
For decades, consumers have been protected by privacy rules at the FCC that protected them from the one company with access to all of their communications: their phone company. When the FCC reclassified broadband as a Title II common carrier service, it gave forbearance to these phone network privacy rules when it came to broadband. And yet, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has expressed interest in beginning work on creating appropriate privacy rules for broadband, the essential communications network of this century.
Public Knowledge and the Open Technology Institute at New America hosted a discussion panel presenting recent writings and views on this important topic.
Panelists: Harold Feld, Public Knowledge Sarah Morris, Open Technology Institute at New America Erik Stallman, Center for Democracy & Technology Mary Sisak, Alarm Industry Communications Committee
Moderator: Chris Lewis, Public Knowledge
Background Writings: "The FCC’s Role in Protecting Online Privacy" by the Open Technology Institute at New America "Applying Communications Act Consumer Privacy Protections to Broadband", by the Center for Democracy & Technology
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Some great phone news and some very bad, KDE goodness, Google creepiness, Ikey saves gaming on Linux, nonces compromise WiFi, and the biggest Ubuntu release for years.