Best farivar podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Break The Line
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Break The Line is a monthly podcast where artists engage with contemporary poetry. The catch: the guests aren't poets. Poet-host Rebecca Farivar ("Correct Animal," "American Lit") chats with actors, comedians, memoirists, and more about themes in poetry related to their own field.
 
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In this episode, we examine a new battlefield: the cloud. The information we store in the cloud makes it especially vulnerable to attack. So, what it takes to create a safeguard against bad actors? We explore how a digital Geneva Convention could be the solution. You can wait for the future to happen to you or engage with it right now and ahead ...…
 
In this episode, we examine a new battlefield: the cloud. The information we store in the cloud makes it especially vulnerable to attack. So, what it takes to create a safeguard against bad actors? We explore how a digital Geneva Convention could be the solution. You can wait for the future to happen to you or engage with it right now and ahead ...…
 
In this episode, we examine a new battlefield: the cloud. The information we store in the cloud makes it especially vulnerable to attack. So, what it takes to create a safeguard against bad actors? We explore how a digital Geneva Convention could be the solution. You can wait for the future to happen to you or engage with it right now and ahead ...…
 
What's it like to poke, prod, and blow up stuff for a living? Ars Technica's Annalee Newitz and Cyrus Farivar talked with Norman Chan, the editor of Tested, Adam Savage's website and YouTube channel covering the intersections of technology, science, art, and pop culture. Recorded live May 17, 2017 at Eli's Mile High Club in Oakland, CA.…
 
Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar and David Kravetz talk with criminal defense attorney Mark Jaffe about his cases with Aurenheimer, Lostutter, and Matthew Keys in front of a live audience in Oakland, CA. Recorded at Eli's Mile High Cafe in Oakland, CA on April 19, 2017.
 
Long before the Athletics moved to Oakland, teams like the Colonels, the Larks and the Aztec Stars played baseball in the East Bay. Special guest contributor Cyrus Farivar digs into the roots of our national pastime—and even visits “vintage” game. Did you know that Oakland’s first black mayor was a pitcher in the West Coast Negro League? This i ...…
 
On this week's podcast, Ars Technica's Jonathan Gitlin talks with Ars Business Editor Cyrus Farivar, who is a huge fan of the show. Last year, Cyrus held a live talk with Nick Farmer, the linguist who invented the Belter language for the TV show and became intrigued. Cyrus talks about how his interest grew out of being a fan of shows like BSG, ...…
 
On this week's podcast, Ars Technica's Jonathan Gitlin talks with Ars Business Editor Cyrus Farivar, who is a huge fan of the show. Last year, Cyrus held a live talk with Nick Farmer, the linguist who invented the Belter language for the TV show and became intrigued. Cyrus talks about how his interest grew out of being a fan of shows like BSG, ...…
 
This episode is about the rise of Silk Road. The site did a very clever thing and combined a TOR, Bitcoin, and drugs for the first time. Silk Road set the template for what would be known as “darknet markets”. It was the first time these technologies would be combined for financial gain so successfully. At it’s peak, it had hundreds of thousand ...…
 
Ars Technica's podcast continues with a series of live discussions about today's science, tech and culture recorded at Longitude, Oakland's premier tiki bar. Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar and Annalee Newitz spoke with UC Hastings law professor Ahmed Ghappour, an expert in national security and cybersecurity, about what exactly are your rights at ...…
 
Ars Technica's podcast continues with a series of live discussions about today's science, tech and culture recorded at Longitude, Oakland's premier tiki bar. Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar and Annalee Newitz spoke with Ti Chang, Co-Founder and VP of Design for Crave, a designer sex toy company.
 
Ars Technica's podcast continues with a series of live discussions about today's science, tech and culture recorded at Longitude, Oakland's premier tiki bar. In this episode, Ars Technica's Annalee Newitz and Cyrus Farivar welcomed guest Ariel Waldman, author and founder of spacehack.org, and Director of Science Hack Day to talk about the possi ...…
 
Ars Technica's Annalee Newitz and Cyrus Farivar met in front of a live audience at Longitude bar in Oakland, CA and spoke with Lee Cheng, Chief Legal Officer of Newegg, Inc. about how to fight patent trolls and the strange and ridiculous world of excessive patent litigation.
 
Ars Technica's podcast continues with a series of live discussions about today's science, tech and culture recorded at Longitude, Oakland's premier tiki bar. In this episode, Ars Technica's Cyrus Farivar spoke with Leslie Miley, a Silicon Valley engineer, about diversity (or the lack thereof) in the tech industry.…
 
What if we treated online harassment the same way we treat spam? Ars Technica's podcast continues with a series of live discussions about today's science, tech and culture recorded at Longitude, Oakland's premier tiki bar. In this episode, Ars Technica's Annalee Newitz and Cyrus Farivar talk to journalist Sarah Jeong about spam, online harassme ...…
 
Ars Technica's podcast continues with a series of live discussions about today's science, tech and culture recorded at Longitude, Oakland's premier tiki bar. In this episode, Ars Technica's Annalee Newitz and Cyrus Farivar had a tremendously interesting conversation with UC Davis law professor Elizabeth Joh, who researches surveillance technolo ...…
 
Ars Technica's podcast continues with a series of live discussions about today's science, tech and culture recorded at Longitude, Oakland's premier tiki bar. In this episode, Annalee Newitz and Cyrus Farivar hosted a live chat with Dr. Krish Seetah, a Zooarchaeologist / Stanford professor, about the history of meat production.…
 
Rachel Rodgers (@RachelRodgersEsq) is a business lawyer turned business coach, intellectual property strategist, and the creator of Small Business Bodyguard. In 2013, she created the Small Business Bodyguard: Cover Your Bases, Cover Your Assets, Cover Your Ass. This game-changing legal resource has been called “fun and engaging” by New York Tim ...…
 
The Macworld podcast celebrates its 500th episode! Yes, 500 years ago—we mean 11 years ago, this podcast started humbly as an experiment by a Macworld intern turned staffer recorded partly in a conference room with a nerdy guest named…Glenn Fleishman calling in remotely.In this episode, after a welcome from one-time staffer Cyrus Farivar, Susie ...…
 
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In Deep with Angie Coiro: Interviews
 
Show #88 Hour 1 June 06, 2015 | Guest: Cyrus Farivar, Ars Technica’s senior business editor | Show Summary: Ars Technica’s senior business editor returns to In Deep for an update on the tension between surveillance, security, and privacy. How private is your home with commercial and private drones overhead? What privacy toll is exacted when eve ...…
 
Think about what someone could find out about you if they got a hold of your personal information from Facebook or Google or from your phone. As we live more of our lives online, some lawmakers are trying to make sure that data stays private, even from law enforcement. A new bill in California would require a warrant for access to email, electr ...…
 
After the hanging chad debacle in the 2000 presidential election, there was a push to move from paper ballots to electronic voting. However, 14 years later, the use of electronic voting is on the decline. With so many other government services going digital, why the lag when it comes to electronic voting? Ars Technica Senior Business Editor Cyr ...…
 
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Life of the Law
 
You’re driving your car down a street and as you pass, a camera takes a photo of your license plate. Who is taking the photo and what are they doing with the information? Reporter Cyrus Farivar has our story.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
 
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Entrepreneurs for a Change Podcast: Featuring Social Entrepreneurs, Green Entrepreneurs & Conscious Lifestyle Entrepreneurs
 
> Pamela Hawley is a seasoned social entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in the social enterprise sector. She is the founder & CEO of UniversalGiving, an award-winning social entrepreneurship organization that helps people give to and volunteer with vetted, quality opportunities all over the world. Unique to UniversalGiving, it takes ...…
 
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Entrepreneurs for a Change Podcast: Featuring Social Entrepreneurs, Green Entrepreneurs & Conscious Lifestyle Entrepreneurs
 
> Pamela Hawley is a seasoned social entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in the social enterprise sector. She is the founder & CEO of UniversalGiving, an award-winning social entrepreneurship organization that helps people give to and volunteer with vetted, quality opportunities all over the world. Unique to UniversalGiving, it takes ...…
 
> Pamela Hawley is a seasoned social entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in the social enterprise sector. She is the founder & CEO of UniversalGiving, an award-winning social entrepreneurship organization that helps people give to and volunteer with vetted, quality opportunities all over the world. Unique to UniversalGiving, it takes ...…
 
Youtube Show Notes Hosts Preston Wiley, CISSP, CCNA Keith Watson, CISSP-ISSAP, CISA Articles Is Truecrypt Audited Yet?, The TrueCrypt Audit Project, New effort to fully audit TrueCrypt raises $16,000+ in a few short weeks by Cyrus Farivar (Ars Technica), Let’s audit Truecrypt! by Matthew Green (A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering) Destr ...…
 
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In Deep with Angie Coiro: Interviews
 
Show #77 Hour 1 | Guests: Cyrus Farivar / Ars Technica, Parker Higgins / EFF | Show Summary: The government may have shutdown, but that doesn't mean they've stopped spying on you. Cyrus Farivar (Senior Business Editor at Ars Technica) and Parker Higgins (Activist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation) get you caught up with the latest revelatio ...…
 
If you’re not from California, or missed this bit of news, the University of California has a new logo. Or rather had a new logo. To be more precise they had a new “visual identity system,” which is the kind … Continue reading →
 
If you’re not from California, or missed this bit of news, the University of California has a new logo. Or rather had a new logo. To be more precise they had a new “visual identity system,” which is the kind of entirely accurate but completely wonky description that gets met with sarcastic eyerolls from anyone who isn’t a designer, but there it ...…
 
So if you’re not from California, or missed this bit of news, the University of California has a new logo. Or rather, had a new logo. To be more precise they had a new “visual identity system,” which is the kind of entirely accurate, but completely wonky description that gets met with sarcastic eye rolls from anyone who isn’t a designer, but th ...…
 
If you’re a beer nerd, or have a friend who’s a beer nerd, you’ve heard of Belgian beers. Belgians take beer very seriously. Amongst the 200 Belgian breweries, there’s a very specific sub-type: Trappist beers. According to our reporter Cyrus … Continue reading →
 
If you’re a beer nerd, or have a friend who’s a beer nerd, you’ve heard of Belgian beers. Belgians take beer very seriously. Amongst the 200 Belgian breweries, there’s a very specific sub-type: Trappist beers. According to our reporter Cyrus Farivar (also from Episode #36 “Super Bonn Bon”), there are two things you need to know about Trappist b ...…
 
If you’re a beer nerd, or have a friend who’s a beer nerd, you’ve heard of Belgian beers. Belgians take beer very seriously. Amongst the 200 Belgian breweries, there’s a very specific sub-type: Trappist beers. According to our reporter Cyrus Farivar (also from Episode #36 “Super Bonn Bon”), there are two things you need to know about Trappist b ...…
 
Cities are pretty robust organisms, they tend to survive even when put under tremendous stress and strain. Local industries rise and fall, people immigrate and emigrate, but most of these changes happen over decades. What happens to a city when its purpose is stripped away virtually overnight? Bonn was the quiet, unlikely capital of West German ...…
 
Cities are pretty robust organisms, they tend to survive even when put under tremendous stress and strain. Local industries rise and fall, people immigrate and emigrate, but most of these changes happen over decades. What happens to a city when … Continue reading →
 
Jamillah chats with Cyrus Farivar, author of The Internet of Elsewhere. Can culture change the way people approach the web?
 
Jamillah chats with Cyrus Farivar, author of The Internet of Elsewhere. Can culture change the way people approach the web?
 
Jamillah chats with Cyrus Farivar, author of The Internet of Elsewhere. Can culture change the way people approach the web?
 
An interview with Shiva Farivar.
 
Case discussion with Dr. Anne Tsao of medical oncology at MD Anderson, and Dr. Alex Farivar of thoracic surgery at Swedish Cancer Institute, on a case of man with an isolated brain metastasis being considered for curative therapy.By west@cancergrace.org (cancerGRACE - H. Jack West, MD).
 
Case discussion with Dr. Anne Tsao of medical oncology at MD Anderson, and Dr. Alex Farivar of thoracic surgery at Swedish Cancer Institute, on a case of a relatively fit man with malignant pleural mesothelioma.By west@cancergrace.org (cancerGRACE - H. Jack West, MD).
 
Case discussion of management options for an elderly man with slowly progressing BAC, with Dr. Anne Tsao of medical oncology at MD Anderson, and Dr. Alex Farivar of thoracic surgery at Swedish Cancer Institute.By west@cancergrace.org (cancerGRACE - H. Jack West, MD).
 
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PRI: Arts and Entertainment
 
From The World: Cyrus Farivar reports from Lyon, France, on a virtual reality game based on the 1980s video game PacMan. It's called Urban PacMan.By interact@pri.org.
 
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