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DSMA Live with Cherise, George and Scott with special guest John Costik.
John's son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 4 years old. In order to help his son manage diabetes-he created tools to relieve the constant challenge of managing diabetes.
"There is so much more to be done, and we are not waiting." -John Costick
For more information about John, visit his website at Hacking Type 1 or follow him on twitter, @jcostik
Dr. Kelly Starrett: Becoming a Supple Leopard, Hacking Human Movement, and Why YOU Move Like an Ass
Onto the show with Dr Kelly, we talk about:
How you can hack human movement.
Why some tiny fighters can wipe the floor with lumbering beasts.
The mechanics of dead-lifting a human.
And why YOU move like an ass.
We cover the news in the Open Source Movement in software and hardware development for the good of the humanity.The people and ideas that make this Movement great.
Cubrimos las noticias en el Movimiento de Código Abierto en el desarrollo de software y hardware para el bien del pueblo humanity.The e ideas que hacen de este gran movimiento.
As the U.S. technology sector has boomed, women and minorities have largely been left behind. That is especially true for one familiar tech giant, Google, which, along with other Silicon Valley companies, has increasingly been pressured to disclose its record on diversity. PBS
Cutting off the Internet won’t keep you safe from long-distance hackers, Ben Gurion University researchers discovered. Using a technique called air-gap network hacking,
In this episode we cover probably the most popular NeuroEnhancer in the bio-hacking world with is Nootropics. We break down what natural nootropics to take, lab created nootroopics what they do, where to get them and how to stack them. Remember... A good Biohacking and Neuroenhancement program requires a practical understanding of how to hack your system safely and effectively with the right combination of NeuroEnhancers. Visit us at Optimizing Man for links and more information described in t
A great episode for all of our good fans out there who like smart phones, flash games, solid state technology, heck even tube amps! come on down if you like computer hacking, coconut water cocktails, benzo withdrawal, trolling deviant art, flunking out of coursera courses and NBA Free agency!
What do innovators really do? This is the question our speaker had in mind. To investigate answers, he set out on the road, traveling the US in an RV. On this webcast you will learn the insights and secrets gained from business leaders, innovators, and product development professionals.
Join Chad McAllister, innovation hacker, as he shares product development and innovation insights from interviews with product professionals and business owners from large and small businesses.
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Tonight, join an Observer as we discuss the hacking incident of our site, and how to avoid burnout in the movement, and in our private lives. Also, I will discuss why I have always pushed myself so hard in my life, and why I am compelled to continue. As always, your calls are welcomed and encouraged.
On May 27th Hector Xavier Monsegur aka infamous hacker turned federal informant "Sabu" was finally sentenced in the Southern District of New York after over 9000 sentencing delays. Tonight Vince is joined by several guests to discuss the sentencing and the impact Sabu had on the hactivism scene. Lines will be open for you to call in and voice your opinion on Sabu and his sentencing.
Hacking - It can happen to YOU, with catastrophic results.
Join us and special guest cyber security expert Kai Pfiester, principal of Black Cipher Security LLC, for an informative and in depth discussion about protecting your privacy and staying safe in today's Brave New World of online business and social media.
Call us at 347-850-8445
Linux under attack- a new virus attacked linux users and its apps, but the problem was fixed last week.
No spying for Facebook- The new audio feature that will be released soon will allow users to post audio. However, Facebook made a clear statement that it will not use the feature to spy and hear conversations of its users. The app is mostly to hear music and movies.
Cyber Hackers become lifers in the UK.
The Queen issued a new rule of law- If you hack you go to jail...For a long time. Hacking period=10 years Hacking with bodily or environmental harm= 14 years and hacking with death or major harm= life in prision.
Android users have a new virus that holds their data ransom. It hacks into your phone and blocks data usage until you pay up on apps
Expert hacker with Russian government bargains for freedom in exchange for compliance with the government battling other hackers. He was already in jail for 2 1/2 years when the government came with the new deal.
Website: http://NationalCyberSecurity.com - Reporter: Danielle Maner - Produced by: Gregory Evans http://GregoryDEvans.com
January 10, 2010. A date that lives in infamy in the minds of cyber security experts. That was the day Google and a number of other hi-tech firms announced they'd been hacked by the Chinese. It was also the day the CEO of McAfee, one of the world's most popular antivirus brands, admitted its software had failed to detect the attacks. In the ongoing cat and mouse game of cyber security, this is not all that unusual. It's common knowledge that as soon as one security hole is plugged and another piece of malware is defeated, then yet another rears its ugly head. With the number of organized hacking rings and government sponsored cyber warfare units springing up worldwide, are we quickly coming to the point in time where it's nearly impossible to defend our digital assets? More importantly, if multinational corporations and major banking systems are being attacked with impunity, what chance does the average citizen have of being able to secure their data? Does a different kind of online security system need to be developed in order to prevent a digital Pearl Harbor?
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