Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Oct 1, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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First up, Brian Fung, who writes about technology for the Washington Post, talks about new rules in the works that could change the way the FCC regulates Aereo-like services online. Plus, we're joined by Mike Toth, President of RB Toth Associates, to talk about using spectral imaging to identify hidden writing in manuscripts and historical documents.

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Discovering hidden languages in centuries-old writing

Oct 1, 2014
The technology Michael Toth uses to find treasure in ancient manuscripts.
Pages out of The Archimedes Palimpsest, a medieval parchment manuscript, now consisting of 174 parchment folios.
Drs. Reviel Netz and Nigel Wilson

First up, Brian Fung, who writes about technology for the Washington Post, talks about new rules in the works that could change the way the FCC regulates Aereo-like services online. Plus, we’re joined by Mike Toth, President of RB Toth Associates, to talk about using spectral imaging to identify hidden writing in manuscripts and historical documents.

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