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- 04 / 06 / 05 -
Emmanuel's ordeal involving digital cable boxes, a demonstration of Cablevision's annoying voice response system, almost every clock now knows when to update for Daylight Savings Time, the phasing out of some manned booths in the New York City subway, Emmanuel's experience with a mislabeled bus stop, Americans and Canadians will soon need passports to visit each others' countries, Al Gore takes away CBC newscasts on NewsWorld International, legislation that would require showing identification before voting creates controversy, a site critical of a hair restoration clinic wins a court case, Ethiopia commits to getting Internet access for all its citizens, RFID will be used at next year's World Cup tournament, the amount of data that can fit on an RFID tag, plans for a remote hunting via Internet system, the world of "skimming," Arseny is the victim of credit card fraud, how it's possible to get towed for overdue library books, how it can be affordable to travel, some of the travel plans for the summer, why the Queen Mary 2 is a rip-off, questions about HDTV, what digital television will mean for consumers, annoying facts about credit card companies, how Citibank doesn't offer any grace period on their credit cards, cars that start automatically, the dangers of the broadcast flag.
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- 04 / 13 / 05 -
The theme is messed up again, upcoming automation on the "L" train, problems this may cause, why humans and technology should work together, a question about flags on buses, a story about videos during the RNC arrests makes the front page of The New York Times, how cops manage to avoid being prosecuted for perjury, an upcoming benefit for the National Lawyers Guild, an update on the Citigroup security scare, doubts on evidence in a terrorism case, hackers are considered a threat in the upcoming papal elections, Bernie reports on a story about identity theft that doesn't blame hackers, Lexis/Nexis is implicated in another massive data leak, a weird recording, 2600 appears in an art exhibit in Philadelphia, questions about a Lenin statue in Manhattan, recordings from artofhacking.com, the appeal of free to air satellite service, a caller's nightmare with a relocated car, the Trenton Computer Festival is this weekend.
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- 04 / 20 / 05 -
More problems with the theme, Mike is trying to reach Bernie on the phone, a challenge to figure out what the Union Square clock is counting down towards, a review of the Trenton Computer Festival, memories of CP/M, Delchi appears in the studio, an explanation of cDc Ninja Strike Force Radio, Bernie almost gets hit by a Verizon Hummer and receives information on fiber to the home from the driver, the concept of naked DSL, the prospects of free WiFi in Philadelphia, black boxes in cars in the United Arab Emirates, some possible further uses for such systems, automatic breathalyzer tests in cars, Emmanuel's frustrating attempts to get a Smart car out of Canada, the date of the Union Square clock countdown is announced, the tenth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, questioning the purpose of sharpshooters at the U.S. Mint, arrests in India of call center employees who ripped off Citibank customers in New York, answers to the question of the Lenin statue on Houston Street, Jim's talent in reading the zip code, Delchi's critique of fan fiction, a HOPE poster shows up on a Dutch television commercial, a bit of trivia about a scene in "Walk On Water," the answer to the challenge, potential challenges for importing the Smart car, why Verizon is needed to install a Speakeasy DSL line, safety studies on WiFi transmitters.
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- 04 / 27 / 05 -
A warning about bugged phones, President Bush is thrown into a panic by an unidentified aircraft, the physical layout of the White House, it is now a felony to possess a video recording device in a movie theater, yesterday was World Intellectual Property Day, what Clearplay does to make movies more morally correct, Curse Free TV, it's National Turn Off TV Week, Mike explains the device he has to turn off televisions, what TV B Gone is, an announcement for those interested in giving talks at What The Hack, Redbird plans on giving a talk at the conference, Emmanuel gets a decent rate on the Queen Mary 2 through a discount ticket agency, plans on using a satellite phone for the show over the summer, what Verizon VoiceWing is, T-Mobile's efforts to get customers to use passwords, a Singapore car theft involves the victim's finger, an explanation of "phishing" by a bank, a suspicious passenger is reported on an airline which causes it to make an unscheduled landing, a second chance for Walter, an update on the stamps.com service that allows customers to make their own stamps, the Red Hacker Alliance in China, a virus is unleashed at a wireless trade show, a war dialing arrest.
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