Executive editor of the IT publication The Register and I discuss trouble in the online advertising market, broader economics, and the politics behind the technologies we use.
A conversation with Andrew Keen about the publication of his book The Internet is Not the Answer.
Dr. Price of London’s NetNames discusses his new report on cyberlockers that host largely infringing material.
Musician Leandra Ramm talks about her ordeal with a serious cyberstalker and how this led to co-founding the Alliance Against Cybercrime.
In response to the world of data collection and data brokering, Jennifer Lyn Morone has incorporated herself as part business, part social experiment to learn more about the value of our personal information and the prospects of controlling and protecting it.
Kevin Lester (a.k.a. The Lion City Boy) is a native Singaporean hip hop artist and activist for the cause of professional arts in his country.
Gene Grillo is an Emmy nominated and Emmy winning writer, who has worked on animated series including Johnny Bravo & Jimmy Neutron. He is currently working on the show Breadwinners for Nickelodeon.
Carla has been a designer of smart products, a teacher, and a children’s book author. We talk about robotics, how we interact with technology, and the subject of women in engineering and technology.
William is the grandson of renowned composer Oscar Hammerstein II. We talk about his works and a bit about family stewardship of copyrights.
Dr. Price of London-based NetNames is the author of a new report that shows piracy is still increasing even as more legal and affordable options become available.
A discussion with the author of Freeloading: How Our Insatiable Appetite
for Free Content Starves Creativity
What does the editor-in-chief of a small-town newspaper have to say about journalism in the digital age?
Amy French is an indie filmmaker currently working in the still-experimental world
of “branded entertainment.”
FarePlay aims to educate the next generation of media users about
the real economic and cultural costs of illegal downloading.
Digital cinema at the high end of TV and motion picture production offers a lot of exciting options, but it isn’t as simple, fast, or affordable as many think.
Ebel’s song The Last Pirate caught my attention, and I talked to him about his work and career as a DIY artist in the digital age.
A discussion with Cormac Flynn on the significance of a request by certain Democratic lawmakers to add internet freedom language to the party platform.
Is journalism better in the age of the Internet? Listen to this discussion with veteran, Christopher Dickey, Paris Bureau Chief and Middle East Regional Editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast.