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Due to unanticipated computer systems failure caused by either quite above average air temperatures or a software upgrade regression, LISTen: An LISNews.org Program will post later in the day on Monday, April 16, 2012. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
This week's episode is most definitely NOT an April Fool's Day prank like last week's. We discuss an operational matter about the possibility of a live show in the English community of Liverpool and go through a news miscellany.
Direct episode download link: MP3
Buzz Out Loud 1586: Announcing the end of Buzz Out Loud (podcast)
Pope Benedict XVI's Easter Vigil 2012 Homily
Coyle's InFormation: Can libraries change?
Coyle's InFormation: Content and carrier
Internet radio usage way up, driven by smartphone rush
U.S. Barely Cracks List of Countries With Top Wi-Fi Penetration
This Week in Censorship: UK, UAE, Pakistan, & Bangladesh
Iran to roll out 'halal' internet by May
Boing Boing: When you share with Facebook friends, you share with all the apps they use
Arby’s resorts to blocking conservatives on Twitter
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This week's episode is a bit unconventional yet posted early on April 1st.
This week's episode brings a conference report from Blake Carver followed by a bit of a news miscellany.
Human trafficking 'hiding in plain sight' in northern Ohio, U.S. Attorney says
Facebook removes page paying homage to Toulouse killer
Toulouse gunman dies in hail of bullets during police raid
French officials under fire over Toulouse gunman
French president promises law to make viewing "hate sites" an offense
Don't rush to shut down hate on the web
FOIA data suggests FCC more secretive than CIA
Verizon Data Breach Report Offers Scary Truths About Security
'Hacktivists' Lead Data Breach Threats, Study Finds
Pirate Bay plans to build aerial server drones with $35 Linux computer
Pirate Bay plans sky-high flying proxy servers
US broadcasters put the squeeze on small-town cable TV
Conservatives hijack #ILikeObamacare hashtag on Twitter
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This week's episode looks at a blog post by David Rothman entitled "OverDrive gets loan of up to $1M from Ohio county with budget-challenged libraries".
Direct download link: HERE
LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #190 by The Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
Programming will resume from Erie Looking Productions on March 19th barring any unforeseen disruptions. In the mean time, here is a raw track where engineer Mike Kellat performs What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor.
MP3 direct download HERE
The Chief of the Enforcement Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission issued a 2 page PDF enforcement advisory discussing why using jammers is illegal in any situation and outlining the massive penalties using or importing such a device entails.
This week's episode is another quick one that talks about the seemingly ephemeral nature of electronic communications as of late.
You can directly download such HERE
And something somewhat unrelated served up by Archive.org:
After a trip to visit Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and pick up computer parts on the way back, LISTen is finally posted. The episode can be directly downloaded here.
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Due to intense file manipulation operations after a near-hit systems crash, programming will be released later in the day on or near 2300 UTC on Monday, February 27, 2012. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.