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  1. Episode 721: Unbuilding A City : Planet Money : NPR

    Why is it so hard to knock down 17 vacant houses in a shrinking city?

    http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2016/08/26/491490744/episode-721-unbuilding-a-city

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  2. Random Trek | “The Q and the Grey” (VOY) with Max Temkin (Episode 111)

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    “The Q and the Grey” (VOY) with Max Temkin

    Max Temkin, box maker, game designer, and Star Trek enthusiast, joins Scott to discuss VOY’s The Q and the Grey (S3E11). Topics include Max’s thoughts on why Voyager has some of the best episodes in all of Trek, how this episode is a great argument against that view point, how the 90’s were a very different time, and how much this episode upsets Civil War buffs.

    August 25, 2016

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    "The Q and the Grey" (VOY) with Max Temkin

    Max Temkin, box maker, game designer, and Star Trek enthusiast, joins Scott to discuss VOY’s The Q and the Grey (S3E11). Topics include Max’s thoughts on why Voyager has some of the best episodes in all of Trek, how this episode is a great argument against that view point, how the 90’s were a very different time, and how much this episode upsets Civil War buffs.

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/randomtrek/111/index.php

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  3. This Week in Google 367 What’s a Topo Chico? | TWiT

    A loving eulogy to Gawker, Nougat is here, Samsung is developing an Echo competitor, and it’s National Waffle Day!

    https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google/episodes/367?autostart=false

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  4. 5by5 | Back to Work #93: 67 Points of Articulation

    TOPIC: Florida, Education, and Peaking

    http://5by5.tv/b2w/93

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  5. 5by5 | Back to Work #92: The Florida Episode

    TOPIC: Florida.

    http://5by5.tv/b2w/92

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  6. TeeVee | Mr. Robot review: eps2.1-2.3 (Episode 188)

    Jason and Moze get caught up on the whirlwind of events that are the next three hours of “Mr. Robot”, “k3rnel-pan1c”, “init_1”, and “logic-b0mb”. Joanna Wellick’s paralyzing gesture to prove she’s not a monster! Shocking violence! The mystery of Ray! An intriguing conversation about time between FBI Agent Dom and Minister Zhang! The fate of Romero! The weird high-level execs of E Corp! And, of course, Elliot’s daily struggle with different aspects of himself. We break it down and swirl it all around.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/teevee/188/

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  7. TeeVee | “Stranger Things”: Season 1 review (Episode 187)

    Grab your Wrist Rockets and toast some Eggos—it’s time to talk Stranger Things! Even though only one of our panel was alive when the show takes place, we talk ’80s influences, our favorite characters, theories about Season 2, and much more.

    https://www.theincomparable.com/teevee/187/index.php

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  8. Remaster #16: How No Man’s Sky Came To Be - Relay FM

    No Man’s Sky and its path to PlayStation, told by the man who brought it there.

    https://www.relay.fm/remaster/16

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  9. #423 — ShadowBrokers PLUS how2pwn Apple’s Secure Enclave - Risky Business

    This week’s feature interview is incredible. We’re speaking with David Wang from Azimuth Security. He, his colleague Tarjei Mandt and Mat Solnik of OffCell Research delivered an absolutely blockbuster talk at Black Hat. I didn’t see the talk at the time but I got a chance to review the slides and oh-my-god I can’t believe this one got so little attention.

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    This episode is published on risky.biz, which is not affiliated with Supertop. It was shared using Castro, a podcast app for iPhone.

    https://castro.fm/episode/ZyeFon

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  10. Podcast: How we’ll kill all the DRM in the world, forever / Boing Boing

    A couple things changed in the last decade. The first is that the kinds of technologies that have access controls for copyrighted works have gone from these narrow slices (consoles and DVD players) to everything (the car in your driveway). If it has an operating system or a networking stack, it has a copyrighted work in it. Software is copyrightable, and everything has software. Therefore, manufacturers can invoke the DMCA to defend anything they’ve stuck a thin scrim of DRM around, and that defense includes the ability to prevent people from making parts. All they need to do is add a little integrity check, like the ones that have been in printers for forever, that asks, "Is this part an original manufacturer’s part, or is it a third-party part?" Original manufacturer’s parts get used; third-party parts get refused. Because that check restricts access to a copyrighted work, bypassing it is potentially a felony. Car manufacturers use it to lock you into buying original parts.

    This is a live issue in a lot of domains. It’s in insulin pumps, it’s in voting machines, it’s in tractors. John Deere locks up the farm data that you generate when you drive your tractor around. If you want to use that data to find out about your soil density and automate your seed broadcasting, you have to buy that data back from John Deere in a bundle with seed from big agribusiness consortia like Monsanto, who license the data from Deere. This metastatic growth is another big change. It’s become really urgent to act now because, in addition to this consumer rights dimension, your ability to add things to your device, take it for independent service, add features, and reconfigure it are all subject to approval from manufacturers.

    All of this has become a no-go zone for security researchers. In the last summer, the Copyright Office entertained petitions for people who have been impacted by Section 1201 of the DMCA. Several security researchers filed a brief saying they had discovered grave defects in products as varied as voting machines, insulin pumps and cars, and they were told by their counsel that they couldn’t disclose because, in so doing, they would reveal information that might help someone bypass DRM, and thus would face felony prosecution and civil lawsuits.

    http://boingboing.net/2016/08/17/podcast-how-well-kill-all-t.html

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