RFID Kills

On March 28, 2005, in Technology, by Administrator

Sometimes I want to just travel without being a radio station. This is interesting and I agree with the initial conclusions. In a misguided attempt to make US passports more secure, the US Department of State plans to put radio frequency identification (RFID) chips in all new passports.  This RFID chip will contain the same […]

Searching Creative Commons

On March 24, 2005, in Technology, by Administrator

Via Joi Ito Late last night, Yahoo! launched a Creative Commons search engine , permitting you to search the web, filtering results on the basis of Creative Commons licenses. So, as I feel like I’ve said 10,000 times when explaining CC on the road, "Show me pictures of the Empire State Building that I can […]

Blackout, viruses concern congress

On March 24, 2005, in Media Coverage, by Administrator

Cory Reiss, The Ledger online 09/09/2003   WASHINGTON — When modern life halted for millions in the Northeast last month, people throughout the country asked if a blackout could strike them. Members of Congress have a more frightening question: Could someone cause such havoc on purpose? The blackout combined with unrelated but crippling computer viruses […]

Who needs radio?

On March 15, 2005, in Technology, by Administrator

For the past two weeks, I’ve been listening exclusively to podcasts on my iPod during my commute.  The software automatically downloads the content and places it within my iTunes library.  I sync my iPod and them I am ready to go.  The content is fantastic and I can tune into whatever podcast I am interested […]

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