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The Net Gets A Bad Case of the Swine Flu

From Queena Kim | Part of the CyberFrequencies, Pop + Tech Podcast series | 10:18

Introducing CyberFrequencies (April 30, 2009) - We visit Mexico City blogger Daniel Hernandez tells us some people there aren't as scared of the swine flu as they are of the federal government. The Twitter-and-Chief for the American Public Health Association spins out the best and worse case scenario of a pandemic in the age of twitter. And we bring you this week's CyberNews and troll the streets of LA to ask this question: Who's responsible for the Craig's List Killer?

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The Net Gets A Bad Case of the Swine Flu

From Queena Kim | Part of the CyberFrequencies, Pop + Tech Podcast series | 10:18

Introducing CyberFrequencies (April 30, 2009) - We visit Mexico City blogger Daniel Hernandez tells us some people there aren't as scared of the swine flu as they are of the federal government. The Twitter-and-Chief for the American Public Health Association spins out the best and worse case scenario of a pandemic in the age of twitter. And we bring you this week's CyberNews and troll the streets of LA to ask this question: Who's responsible for the Craig's List Killer?

Cf_logo-solo_small For more info go to www.cyberfrequencies.com


The Great Fire Wall

From Queena Kim | Part of the CyberFrequencies, Pop + Tech Podcast series | 10:26

CyberFrequencies For May 16, 2009 -- Go behind the Great Fire Wall with the founder of the China Digital Times. Two 20-something Moldovans tell us how they used FaceBook to organize an anti-communist protest in six hours (15K people showed up!). Bangladesh bans YouTube. The Media goes hog wild on Mexicans and Mexico City Blogger Daniel Hernandez explains why.

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A Tony-Award Winning Lyricists Twitters His Musical

From Queena Kim | Part of the CyberFrequencies, Pop + Tech Podcast series | 06:32

CyberFrequencies for June 19, 2009 -- This week's guest host Molly Peterson gives us in low-down on the power of Twitter and interviews Tony Award winning lyricist Brian Yorkey, who's tweeting (or is it twittering?) his hit musical Next To Normal.

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The father of virtual reality Jaron Lanier talks about his book "Your Are Not a Gadget."

From Queena Kim | Part of the CyberFrequencies, Pop + Tech Podcast series | 08:30

The father of virtual technology says the promise of Web 2.0 - individualism, wisdom of the crowd - is a chimera.

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Jaron Lanier's book "You Are Not A Gadget: A Manifesto" is all the buzz on the web this week.

Lanier takes on what's become conventional wisdom about Web 2.0. You know that Facebook, My Space and YouTube, Blogspot...

We don't need a TV deal, we have YouTube! Facebook tells you who I am! And when us individuals upload everything they know? Well, that collective knowledge is perfect knowledge.

CyberFrequencies been guilty of promoting this point of view but Lanier spins out a dystopic future and draws the curtains open on the proverbial wizard.

Web 2.0 rests on the ideology that the universe is made of computations and we, the people, need to keep feeding information to Google, Facebook and LinkedIn. If we digitize our lives, we'll attain eternal life.

CyberFrequencies Podcast gives the iPad an iFail

From Queena Kim | 06:08

Apple unveils a revolutionary new product: a device that can beam you to the moon! How else can you explain the hype! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes!

Default-piece-image-2 Yeah, yeah, we couldn't help it. You'd think of it was the second coming of God. In the words of the Wall Street Journal, "The last time there was this much excitement about a tablet, it had some commandments written on it."

Tanya talks to folks at the Glendale Galleria and it appears that the Wall Street Journal wasn't too far off. Even with unemployment hitting record highs in the state, folks couldn't wait to plunk down their $500 and get one.

We dish with KPCC's Molly Peterson about the hype.

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Meet Adrian Lamo, the Hacker Who Turned In the Wikileaks Leaker

From Queena Kim | Part of the CyberFrequencies, Pop + Tech Podcast series | 10:22

You've heard of the elusive Julian Assange. He's the founder of Wikileaks and the newest hero of the information age. But Adrian Lamo says that Assange is part of a velvet espionage ring. That he seduced Wikileaks leaker Private Bradley Manning and at this point Wikileaks is no different than any foreign intelligence agency. Take a listen and judge for yourself.

Cf_logo-solo_small You've heard of the elusive Julian Assange. He's the founder of Wikileaks and the newest hero of the information age. But Adrian Lamo says that Assange is part of a velvet espionage ring. That he seduced Wikileaks leaker Private Bradley Manning and at this point Wikileaks is no different than any foreign intelligence agency. Take a listen and judge for yourself.