On this week’s show, Kyle and I look at the Internet and its newly proven capacity to be something of a barometer for human emotion. We discuss the web project WikiLeaks and ask some important questions about what their purpose should be. Take a look at all the stories we linked over on the podcast […]
On this week’s show, Bryan and I preview my impending trip to Summerfest. Bryan finally signed up for Twitter, so we’ll see how that’s working out… These things and our typical look at what’s playing on big or small screen that you may want to look out for. Got a comment, suggestion or rant that […]
The Brewers visited Minnesota last month and got emphatically thumped in Josh’s first visit(s) to the brand new Target Field. Can Milwaukee get a little vengeance back in Milwaukee? This and the latest from the World Cup, on this week’s show. Thanks for downloading, and enjoy. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (31.2MB) Subscribe: […]
Compulsory voting – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Many countries force their citizens to vote. Would this work in America, or would we fight for our right not to vote? Would it make a difference politically?
frontline: memory of the camps: watch the full program online | PBS. Sixty years after WWII, have we remembered the Holocaust? Is it possible? I watch this video every now and again to remind myself.
WikiLeaks: Ethics, Ideals and Questions « DigiDave. Have you heard of WikiLeaks? Is it the future of investigative journalism? What does it mean for journalism when so much of the reporting is based on anonymous sources?