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  1. #91 The Russian Passenger

    Somewhere in Russia, a man calls for a car. Somewhere in New York City, a stranger's phone buzzes.Email us at and use the subject "theory" if you think you can provide us additional information.Further readinghaveibeenpwned.comA good article on how and why you should use password managers, and the best password managers out there.Further listeningSimplicity by Macroform


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  2. #93 Beware All

    This week, we discover who was actually behind the hack of Alex Blumberg's Uber account. This episode picks up where Episode 91, The Russian Passenger, left off.Further InfoCome see Alex and PJ at The Bell House with Linda Holmes!Wirecutter on password managers


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  3. #96 The Secret Life of Alex Goldman

    Alex agreed to let PJ hack his phone, giving him 24/7 uninterrupted surveillance over his life. This week, everything you can learn about someone who completely surrenders their privacy.


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  4. SE-Radio Episode 292: Philipp Krenn on Elasticsearch : Software Engineering Radio

    SE-Radio Episode 292: Philipp Krenn on Elasticsearch

    Filed in Episodes

    by SE-Radio

    on May 30, 2017


    Phillipp Krenn talks with SE Radio’s Jeff Meyerson about Elasticsearch, a scalable search index. The conversation begins with a discussion of search, how it compares to database queries, and what an inverted index is. Phillipp introduces Wikipedia as an example that runs throughout the episode because Wikipedia uses Elasticsearch to power its full-text search. A discussion of Elasticsearch’s scalability ensues, including basic terminology and an explanation of other applications of Elasticsearch.

    Related Links

    Elasticsearch on Wikipedia

    Elastic Homepage

    Philipp Krenn on Twitter Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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  5. Rise of the machines: who is the ‘internet of things’ good for? – podcast | Technology | The Guardian

    Interconnected technology is now an inescapable reality – ordering our groceries, monitoring our cities and sucking up vast amounts of data along the way. The promise is that it will benefit us all – but how can it?

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