Episode 91: Back to Our Pimpin Ways

The FBI can’t crack Android’s Pattern Lock. The Sanford Airport says no to the TSA. March Madness will be streamed to all of the Internet. Encyclopedia Britannica ceases production of encyclopedias. People are sending money to the RIAA and MPAA in droves, listen in to find out why. Homeless people in Austin, TX have become 4G hotspots for SXSW. Is your ISP spying on you? If they aren’t they will soon start! All this, and a Recent Study, a couple of Epic Fails, and an Oh Asia, You So Crazy!  Plus, Ryder says Things!

Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/91

Episode 52: Kickin’ it Old School

Chuck’s microphone is mistaken for a bomb by the TSA.  Jailbreaking the iPhone has now been deemed legal.  A vulnerability has been found in WPA2.  DefCon badges let hackers do battle using digital ninjas.  A Nigerian scammer gets the laptop he deserves.  Scientists create an equation for the perfect handshake.

Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/52

Episode 13: Less of an Episode, More of a Knuckle Rub

We’re broadcasting live now!  Wikipedia to start color coding edits.  Audi President calls the Chevy Volt “A Car for Idiots.”  A woman tried to sue Yahoo for the search results of a vanity search.  We discuss an alternative to phone numbers and the dangers of Jessica Biel.  There’s a new 2 TB hard drive on the market!  SpaceX will replace the Space Shuttle for ISS resupply.  A Chinese farmer builds a helicopter… out of wood.  The Huffer has been arrested again.  WPA is crackable in less than 60 seconds.  The Internet turned 40.  What’s the Green Power Ranger up to these days?  Research is being done on adding augmented reality to contact lenses.  All this plus the Question of the Week and the Fark Headline of the Week.

Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/13