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Today on Remnant X Radio we will de discussing hacking and being hacked, how safe are you? I'll be joined by hacking expert Charlie Smith (CEO of Softwar.net). Charlie will be sharing some real (scary) hacking cases and give us tips on how to keep the NSA out of you business! Please check out our website @Remnantxradio.com, follow us on twitter and send me friend request on facebook
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Ready to hack Tinder?
If you want to get more matches, more messages, more phone numbers, and more dates, tune into Fantasy Dating Radio on Wednesday, August 26 at 9:00 PM Eastern / 6:00 Pacific to learn how from TinderHacker, Blake Jamieson.
Blake's creative, data-driven approach to Tinder landed him internet fame. After his "Hot Match of The Day" Tinder experiment went viral, Blake landed media attention from AdWeek, Business Insider, FHM, TrippAdvice, and dozens of other outlets. He is the author of TinderHacks and a Co-Founder of TinderSociety. In his free time, Blake enjoys surfing, writing, and sipping a manhattan on the rocks (not all at the same time).
If you're ready to amp up your Tinder game, tune in to listen and learn from a pro!
The Fantasy Dating Love Lines will be open, so if you have a question for Blake or if you'd like to share how you've dared to date, call 323-870-3965 at showtime.
We dare you.
About Fantasy Dating: Fantasy Dating provides singles with an alternative to scrolling endless online dating profiles by challenging them to dare to date in real life. Like in other Fantasy Sports, players form leagues, set stakes and compete against each other to earn points. But when they Fantasy Date, they earn points by dating.
Join us as we continue our discussion on Paid Protesters as well as a recent development of ISIS being connected to the Occupy Movement/Black Lives Matter movement. Ferguson/Black Lives Matter protesters scheduled a rally for Usaama Rahim to be held at the Ferguson Police Department which we will also be digging into and discussing on air.
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Is your body letting you down? Are you tired of moving heaven and earth to support that bag of chemicals and water? Do you wish you could enhance your senses or even add new capabilities to your existing body? While this used to be the realm of science fiction only a few years ago, current and upcoming technology allows you to repair, replace or enhance that old bag of bones here and now. In this week's episode of Working the Web to Win we will show you the latest tehnologies that are being used to repair, replace or enhance human beings. We will also introduce you to a new cult of bio-hackers that are willing to undergo painful medical procedures to take the cyborg plunge and bio-hack their way to a better life.
Marco Giunta: Good morning guys. How are you doing today?
Chris Kieff: Very good.
Stephan Webster: Yeah.
Marco Giunta: I'm setting you up today. This is not our normal channel. I want to ask you a couple of questions, and not about technology. They're more about business and sales and marketing. Ready?
Chris Kieff: Wait, do we get to take a vote?
Marco Giunta: No.
Stephan Webster: One more sip of coffee before this question. Okay, go ahead.
Marco Giunta: Do you guys remember the Justice League?
Stephan Webster: Yes. We're talking the cartoon correct?
Marco Giunta: Correct.
Stephan Webster: Okay.
Marco Giunta: The whole concept. Right? If you were on the lane though, you might remember the Avengers. The Justice League was made out of Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman. If you were in the Justi
All NEW @AlteredGeek Monday! What? Join Steve Megatron as he talks Super Hero TV, Hackable Cars, Swat Katz Revolution and More!
All this and more on this week's AGU! We hope you continue to enjoy the episodes and please feel free to respond to any and all feedback methods. We will read and reply on the show. Topic suggestions also welcome. So get Altered, Get Geeky with the Altered Geeks.
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John C. Havens is a contributing writer for Mashable, The Guardian, and Slate, and author of, Hacking Happiness - Why Your Personal Data Counts and How Tracking it Can Change the World (Tarcher/Penguin, 2014). His new book, Genuine - Authentic Happiness in an Age of Artificial Intelligence comes out from Tarcher/Penguin next year. John is also a consultant and keynote speaker at places like TEDx and SXSW.
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss the hottest news in baseball. The St. Louis Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI for apparently hacking into the Houston Astros database. The database had information about trades, statistics, and scouting reports. How big of a deal do you think this is? If they hacked into the Astro's database, did they try and hack into any other teams? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
Join Angela Lauria of the Author Incubator as she interviews conversion optimizer and author Steve Daar on the publishing of his fast-selling book that "can add rocket fuel to your business growth, Profit Hacking: The Web Entrepreneur's 3 Part Formula for Maximizing Success.
In the epsiode Steve shares his powerful questions for Beta Readers of your manuscript:
A) What parts of the book did you like most and why?
B) What parts of the book did you like least and why?
C) Was there anything that confused you, frustrated you, or 'turned you off'?
D) Did you feel any sections were too rushed or moved too slowly?
E) Were chapter titles & openings compelling? Did they make you want to read whole chapter?
F) Thoughts on structure, flow, and 'voice' of the book?
G) If the content of the book was published as is, would you recommend it to others? What could be changed, added, or removed to make you more likely to share it?
Read more and get the transcript here: Steve Daar on the Author Incubator.
Just when you thought it was safe to remotely unlock your car, hackers can now clone your fob and steal your car. They're able to extend the range of your fob and and with keyless entry, they can just take it. Also, now with autos being internet-enabled, hackers can be anywhere in the world and take control, flashing your lights, shutting down your engine, turning up the heat to 100 degrees or just killing your all systems when you're cruising down the freeway at 70 miles per hour. Hopefully, automakers will recognize the threat now and take appropriate counter-measures.