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Thoughts on digital life after death

We asked people in the Public Insight Network about whether they've thought about what to do with their online lives after they die.  Here are...
Posted In: death, digital life

Susan Orlean's smart search app review

Susan Orlean, staff writer for The New Yorker and author of The Orchid Thief and other wonderful books, joined our show on Monday.  We've received...
Posted In: app review, smart search, Susan Orlean, voice recognition

Tech and family life

In today's show, we asked people about how technology is a part of their family life and whether their use of technology distracted from their...
Posted In: devices, family life, parenting

Five Hundred Wi-Fi Networks Walk into a Bar

Glenn Fleishman, author of this post, joined us on today's show to talk about Apple's new iPhone. Glenn's a freelance journalist who specializes in...
Posted In: apple, gf, iPhone, steve jobs, wi-fi, wwdc

'Zuckerberg law'

TechCrunch is featuring a Charlie Rose interview with Yuri Milner, co-founder and CEO of Digital Sky Technologies.  In light of Mark Zuckerberg's...
Posted In: Facebook, privacy

In case you'd like to work from home

Anna Weggel is a producer on our Public Insight team.  She whomped up this blog post:...
Posted In: robots

Honda's made a new way to walk

It's called the Bodyweight Support Assist.  It helps take some of the weight off leg muscles and joints. ...

Paul F. Tompkins in action

In our Friday show, we talk to comedian Paul F. Tompkins. Not your regular tech show guest, I grant you. But he's come up with a novel way of...

Morning Memo 5/13

Facebook reviews privacy policyAccording to allfacebook.com, Facebook is expected to hold a meeting today at 4pm PST to discuss the company's...
Posted In: morning memo

Is Facebook's big problem one of public relations?

In other words, are they misunderstood? So argues Liz Gannes from GigaOm in her article Facebook Needs to Find Its Voice on Privacy. ...

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