Q | Jan 4, 2013 | 1:43:46

January 4, 2013

Jim Brown guest hosts. Mathew Honan of Wired on why passwords don't necessarily protect you. Actor Javier Bardem on the documentary "Sons of the Clouds." New British cooking, with celebrated chef April Bloomfield. Journalist Jon Lackman on UX, a subterranean secretive art collective in Paris.

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