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      The Extra Dimension #33: Decentralized Publishing


      Episode Summary
      00:00 | Intro
      02:11 | Defining Decentralized Publishing

      * Distributed computing – Wikipedia
      * Decentralization – Wikipedia
      * Decentralised system – Wikipedia

      06:03 | Examples of Decentralized Publishing
      13:58 | New Decentralized Concepts
      20:15 | AI Research
      23:18 | Pros of Decentralized Publishing

      * GitLab sees huge spike in project imports | Hacker News
      * Apps of a...


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       2018-06-19  50m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #32: GDPR, the Privacy Policy Reconing


      Episode Summary
      00:00 | Intro

      * General Data Protection Regulation – Wikipedia
      * Commentary: GDPR: Will It Transform U.S. Corporate Titans? | Fortune

      02:09 | Worldwide Effect

      Finally, somebody acknowledging that literally the whole world is updating their privacy policy. pic.twitter.com/nznrtt04Xc
      — The Nexus (@TheNexusTV) May 19, 2018


      * Uber, Paypal Face Reckoning Over Opaque ‘Terms and Conditions’ – Blo...


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       2018-05-25  50m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #31: The Philosophical Implications of the Technological Singularity


      Episode Summary
      00:00:00 | Intro
      00:02:19 | Defining the Technological Singularity

      * The Future JAM link
      * The Singularity is Near » Homepage
      * Technological Singularity – YouTube

      00:06:18 | Historical Trends
      00:13:48 | Augmenting Ourselves
      00:20:56 | Consciousness and Robot Rights

      * Do Robots Deserve Rights? What if Machines Become Conscious? – YouTube

      00:34:24 | Backing Up the Human Mind


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       2018-04-19  1h21m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #30: Stage Theater’s Tech Revolution


      Episode Summary
      00:00:00 | Intro

      * How Technology is Changing Theater Design – OzoBlog

      00:02:38 | Sound Design
      00:10:25 | Set Design
      00:14:32 | Lighting

      * Digital Drama: The technology transforming theatre – BBC News

      00:17:31 | Video Projection
      00:27:57 | Interactive Theater

      * Blood Will Have Blood – ImmerCity
      * Story Etc.

      00:34:07 | 4D Expreiences
      00:35:59 |...


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       2018-03-14  1h32m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #29: The Access Economy and the End of Ownership


      Episode Summary
      00:00:00 | Intro
      00:01:27 | Defining the Access Economy

      * Access economy – Wikipedia

      00:04:41 | The Sharing Economy

      * The Sharing Economy
      * Sharing’s Not Just for Start-Ups
      * The Sharing Economy Isn’t About Sharing at All
      * How Uber and the Sharing Economy Can Win Over Regulators
      * A Better Way to Fight Discrimination in the Sharing Economy
      * Pros and Cons of Sharing Economy – Vision L...


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       2018-02-16  1h20m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #28: Infotainment Interface Design for Automobiles


      Episode Summary
      00:00 | Intro
      00:54 | Abstract
      In an increasingly connected, mobile world, situations where users do not interact with their digital lives are becoming few and far between. This can be a problem in situations that demand a user’s attention for their safety. Driving is one such situation, and it is doubly important because a significant portion of the western population drives on a daily basis. Researchers have tested different interface designs with...


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       2018-01-15  32m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #27: Digital Rights Management (DRM) and the Problems It Introduces


      Episode Summary
      00:00 | Intro
      00:36 | Definition of DRM

      Digital Rights Management
      Restrict usage of proprietary copyrighted works

      01:19 | Goals of DRM

      Prevent piracy
      Keep users in one company’s ecosystem
      Protect corporate documents from unauthorized access
      * Region locking

      The weird economics behind Steam prices around the world | PC Gamer

      09:07 | DRM in Games and Software

      Product ...


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       2017-12-16  59m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #26: Online Voting and Why We Don’t Use It


      Episode Index
      00:00 | Intro
      00:31 | What is E-Voting?

      * What is e-voting?
      * Electronic voting – Wikipedia
      E-voting: any voting that uses electronic devices to aid the process
      Polling place e-voting

      Counting machines, touchscreen devices, etc at the polling place
      Pretty common   in America
      Only really affects the behind the scenes counting part of voting


      Remote e-voting

      Voting on a p...


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       2017-11-18  51m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #25: Directed Panspermia and Our Purpose in the Universe


      Episode Index
      00:00 | Intro
      03:07 | How to Take Over the Universe (Extreme Space Colonization) | Eternally Curious #6 – YouTube

      How to colonize the universe with current technology

      Don’t send humans
      Send small, self-replicating probes (take inspiration from DNA)
      Probe has to be able to decelerate before landing
      Make many probes to account for most of them being lost along the way

      ~40 per galaxy should ensure one makes ...


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       2017-10-15  53m
       
       

      The Extra Dimension #24: USB Type-C: One Connector to Rule Them All


      01:28 | Brief History of USB

      * A brief history of USB, what it replaced, and what has failed to replace it | Ars Technica
      * USB – Wikipedia
      Universal Serial Bus
      Prior to USB, most different classes of devices required different ports to connect to your computer
      USB replaced more and more things as its speed capabilities improved. First simple things like mouse and keyboard, later more sophisticated things like optical drives or wifi cards


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       2017-09-15  55m