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Fiaaz Walji of data protection company Websense, on security in the mobile workplace.

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Spark - 266: A bus that comes to you. Code and beauty. The many faces of Anonymous, and more.Nov 23, 2014 | 53:59Spark 266: A bus that comes to you. Code and beauty. The many faces of Anonymous, and more. Audio
Spark 266: A bus that comes to you. Code and beauty. The many faces of Anonymous, and more. Nov 23, 2014 | 53:59Cracking the code of beauty and the beauty of code. Inside the many faces of online hacktivists Anonymous. A bus that comes to you. A tablet and pen that can sense what you want to use them for. And, balloon-based communication.
Spark - Cracking the code of beauty to find the beauty of codeNov 23, 2014 | 14:27Spark Cracking the code of beauty to find the beauty of code Audio
Spark Cracking the code of beauty to find the beauty of code Nov 23, 2014 | 14:27Can computer code be beautiful? Ugly? Vikram Chandra is a bestselling fiction author and a computer programmer. In his first nonfiction book, Geek Sublime, he explores the intriguing connections between writing, beauty, ideology, art and code.
Spark - The Many Faces of AnonymousNov 23, 2014 | 13:13Spark The Many Faces of Anonymous Audio
Spark The Many Faces of Anonymous Nov 23, 2014 | 13:13Gabriella Coleman's new book takes a look at the rise of the global phenomenon "Anonymous", a decentralized activist movement that went from being fringe online pranksters to playing a key role in things like Occupy Wall Street and WikiLeaks.
Spark - How to make the bus come to youNov 23, 2014 | 9:44Spark How to make the bus come to you Audio
Spark How to make the bus come to you Nov 23, 2014 | 9:44Imagine if your bus stop moved with you. Bridj is a data driven bus service that responds to commuters in real time. The CEO, Matt George, explains how using big data can make commuting smarter.
Spark - 265: Hooked on social media. Hacking the mail. A CD that can't play. A brief history of time travel. Cyber attacks on human rights groups.Nov 9, 2014 | 53:59Spark 265: Hooked on social media. Hacking the mail. A CD that can't play. A brief history of time travel. Cyber attacks on human rights groups. Audio
Spark 265: Hooked on social media. Hacking the mail. A CD that can't play. A brief history of time travel. Cyber attacks on human rights groups. Nov 9, 2014 | 53:59Hooked on social media. Hacking the mail. A CD that can't play. A brief history of time travel. Cyber attacks on human rights groups.
Spark - "Daily Rituals" with author Mason CurreyJan 5, 2014 | 13:56Spark "Daily Rituals" with author Mason Currey Audio
Spark "Daily Rituals" with author Mason Currey Jan 5, 2014 | 13:56In his book Daily Rituals, author Mason Currey looks at the daily rituals of famous artists, composers and writers and tells us how their rituals fueled their creativity, the patterns he's observed, and tips for us to use in our own lives.
Spark - Why your hands are the windows to your mindNov 23, 2014 | 6:43Spark Why your hands are the windows to your mind Audio
Spark Why your hands are the windows to your mind Nov 23, 2014 | 6:43Human hands are incredibly expressive, but the gadgets we use don't take advantage of all the information they carry. Microsoft Research's Ken Hinckley is working to change that, by developing a tablet and stylus that can tell how they're being gripped.
Spark - 267:  Slow video games, retroactive advertising, gaming the classroom and more.Nov 30, 2014 | 53:59Spark 267: Slow video games, retroactive advertising, gaming the classroom and more. Audio
Spark 267: Slow video games, retroactive advertising, gaming the classroom and more. Nov 30, 2014 | 53:59This time on Spark, new ways of educating, playing, and listening. School standbys get a digital update, Germany's audiobook craze, slowing video games down, and putting new products in old videos.
Spark - Speech Donors with Professor Rupal PatelFeb 23, 2014 | 12:13Spark Speech Donors with Professor Rupal Patel Audio
Spark Speech Donors with Professor Rupal Patel Feb 23, 2014 | 12:13Until now, people living with severe speech disorders only had a few computerized voices to choose from. With the help of speech donors, Rupal Patel is creating new, personalized voices that match the individual.
Spark - The social lives of networked teens (Bonus)Feb 11, 2014 | 29:52Spark The social lives of networked teens (Bonus) Audio
Spark The social lives of networked teens (Bonus) Feb 11, 2014 | 29:52Wondering what the kids are up to these days on social media? In her book, It's Complicated, danah boyd argues things aren't quite what they seem when it comes to networked teens.
Spark - Yik Yak under attack in ChilliwackNov 30, 2014 | 5:13Spark Yik Yak under attack in Chilliwack Audio
Spark Yik Yak under attack in Chilliwack Nov 30, 2014 | 5:13Is it a tool for cyberbullying, or just a way to blow off steam? Why one Canadian high school decided to block Yik Yak, a popular --and controversial-- anonymous social networking app.
Spark - One way to turn bratty kids into model studentsNov 30, 2014 | 13:13Spark One way to turn bratty kids into model students Audio
Spark One way to turn bratty kids into model students Nov 30, 2014 | 13:13We hear about ClassDojo, an app that uses a game-like approach to encourage good behaviour in the classroom.
Spark - How retroactive advertising puts new products in old videosNov 30, 2014 | 11:11Spark How retroactive advertising puts new products in old videos Audio
Spark How retroactive advertising puts new products in old videos Nov 30, 2014 | 11:11Product placement in movies, TV, and music videos has existed for a long time. But now, ads for new products can be seamlessly placed into old video, another example of how, in an age of digital manipulation, we can't really believe what we see anymore.
Spark - The essential selfFeb 23, 2014 | 12:18Spark The essential self Audio
Spark The essential self Feb 23, 2014 | 12:18The quantified self is a growing practice of using today’s tech tools for insight and self-improvement. Linda Stone is a leading tech thinker who says we need to focus instead on what she calls "the essential self."
Spark - 260: Cassette comeback. The future of music. Hacking maternal health. Knowledge bases. Sensing depression.Sep 28, 2014 | 53:59Spark 260: Cassette comeback. The future of music. Hacking maternal health. Knowledge bases. Sensing depression. Audio
Spark 260: Cassette comeback. The future of music. Hacking maternal health. Knowledge bases. Sensing depression. Sep 28, 2014 | 53:59This time on Spark, find out why some people still love the cassette. What U2's deal with Apple says about the future of the music industry. Hacking maternal health. The coming revolution in search. And how your smartphone can tell if you're depressed.

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