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The History of Open Source & Free Software, Pt. 1, w/ Special Guest: Richard Stallman| Curious Minds Podcast

The History of Open Source & Free Software - Curious Minds PodcastIn the early 1980’s Richard Stallman founded the Free Software Foundation (FSF): a socio-technological movement that revolutionized the software world. In this episode, we’ll hear Stallman himself talking about the roots of the movement, and learn of its early struggles.

 


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ThusKann – Malfunqtionin’
myuu – Disintegrating
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Stuxnet, Pt. 3: Flame & Duqu | Curious Minds

A 3-parts series on Stuxnet, the malware that struck the Iranian Nuclear Program. Exploring the first cyber-weapon in-depth, including its target, creators and implications on cyber security.


Stuxnet - Curious Minds PodcastIn this episode, the last of the series, we’ll learn about Stuxnet’s creators and their motives  – and get to know Flame & Duqu, Stuxnet’s sinister sisters…

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Facing Darkness By myuu
A Strange World of Chaos By Bjarke Tan
Led Zeppelin Cover By Alex28698
Tension By Jeff Math
Hava Nagila By Hiram Castruita
Tense Thriller Cue By Steven O’Brien
House of Evil By Jason Shaw
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Stuxnet, Pt.2: Uranium Enrichment | Curious Minds

A 3-parts series on Stuxnet, the malware that struck the Iranian Nuclear Program. Exploring the first cyber-weapon in-depth, including its target, creators, and implications on cyber security.


Stuxnet - Curious Minds PodcastOne of the urgent questions following Stuxnet’s discovery was the identity of its target. When this was finally revealed – Iran’s Uranium Enrichment facility – it also exposed the extent of its creator’s brilliance.

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Facing Darkness By myuu
A Strange World of Chaos By Bjarke Tan
Bidad – Homayun By Azadeh Shamee
Tension By Jeff Math

Stuxnet: a 3-Parts Series | Curious Minds

 

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Part I: Stuxnet – Advanced Persistent Threat

Stuxnet: Curious Minds PodcastWhen it was discovered in 2010, Stuxnet was the most complicated and sophisticated malware ever known. The Stuxnet attack was a terrifying display of cyber warfare and jarring proof of concept: An Advanced Persistent Threat.

 

net – Uranium Enrichment

Stuxnet - Curious Minds PodcastOne of the urgent questions following Stuxnet’s discovery was the identity of its target. When this was finally revealed – Iran’s Uranium Enrichment facility – it also exposed the extent of its creator’s brilliance.

Stuxnet Episode #2 is now part of the new malicious life Podcast

Part III: Stuxnet – Flame & Duqu

Stuxnet - Curious Minds PodcastIn this episode, the last of the series, we’ll learn about Stuxnet’s creators and their motives – and get to know Flame & Duqu, Stuxnet’s sinister sisters…

Stuxnet Episode #3 is now part of the new malicious life Podcast

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outbrain engineering: CMPod the molecular clock

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Facing Darkness By myuu
A Strange World of Chaos By Bjarke Tan
Walking in the Woods By Bjarke Tan
Spook Box by myuu
Beginning By audionautix
Dark Mystery By audionautix
Sound Effects: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Bidad – Homayun By Azadeh Shamee
Tension By Jeff Math
Led Zeppelin Cover By Alex28698
Tension By Jeff Math
Hava Nagila By Hiram Castruita
Tense Thriller Cue By Steven O’Brien
House of Evil By Jason Shaw
Soldier marching sound effect By copyright free sound-effect

 

Digital Preservation & The Domesday Project | Curious Minds

Digital Preservation - Curious Minds PodcastIn the 1980’s, the British BBC invested millions of pounds on what should have been a technological marvel: a modern version of the famous medieval Domesday Book. Less then 15 years later, it’s system was unusable. Compare that expensive failure to the longevity of the Domesday Book: a record written on paper in Latin in the 11th century and is still readable today. What can these two case studies tell us about the challenges and potential solutions to Digital Preservation?

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