Technology in Education

Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss the use of technology in education. In the news, we have a possibly fallacious but certainly relevant Firefox story, and a warning about Dual_EC_DRBG from Bruce Schneier.

Asking Geeks to Fix PCs

Tonight on GeekNights we discuss normal people asking geeks to fix their PCs. In the news, the T-Amp is pretty awesome, and companies can't fool us about losing e-mails.

The Post-Historic Internet

Tonight on GeekNights, we finish our discussion on how Google has changed the face of the Internet. In the news, Scott hereby declares that Digg is dead to him, and GeekNights points out that Slashdot says that Bruce Schneier notes that John Tehranian writes that copyright law in the US is a tangled and frightening mess.

The Prehistoric Internet

Tonight on GeekNights, we talk about Google past and present. In the news, you don't need this processor, and Tiny URLs are dangerous to the web?

Surround Sound

Tonight on GeekNights Scott gives a lecture about how surround sound works. In the news, someone is trying to save the Internet, and someone else is trying to ruin it.

Cyber Warfare

Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss computer, cyber, IT warfare. In the news, Google Android is not what the Internet expected it would be, and cellphone jammers are a bad idea regardless of a shameless marketing campaign to promote "the controversy."

CPU Architectures

Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss CPU architectures such as x86 in an easy-to-understand way. In the news, Scott achieves fleeting Internet fame with a blog post about Linux device drivers, and Ubuntu may well be destroying your hard drive.

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