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Aired 6 months ago 42:21
Cyberspace Didnt Stay Free
In this episode April Glaser is joined once again by guest co-host Meredith Broussard, a data journalism professor at NYU and author of Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World. First, historian Mar Hicks joins the show to talk about the tech industryâ€™s long-time aversion to organized labor and how thatâ€™s clashing with recent worker actions at major tech companies like Google and Uber. Then Alexis Madrigal joins the hosts to talk about his recent piece in the Atlantic called â€œThe End of Cyberspaceâ€ where he argues that the 90s dream of an unregulated internet is starting to fade. According to Madrigal, itâ€™s time to create a new alluring vision for what cyberspace should be.
Aired 8 months ago 39:27
Episode 37: The History of Gender in Computing with Historian Mar Hicks
In celebration of women's history month and the 30th anniversary of the world wide web, we are kicking of our third season with a two part interview with historian Mar Hicks (@histoftech). Mar's research explores the intersection of computing, gender, and labor and this first part of our interview looks at how important it is to include gender in our explorations of the past. For more information on their research check out mariehicks.net
Aired 7 months ago 32:44
Episode 39: Fighting the Tech-Bro Stereotype with Mar Hicks
In this episode we finish up our interview with Historian Mar Hicks and talk about contemporary issues facing women in computing, the impact of globalization on IT, and how pink-collar jobs impact everyone. Tip: the answer to all of our problems may be labor organizing.