Interactive Rite of Spring; BBC digital revolution; African techies; Jimmy Wales (Pt 2)
Jimmy Wales on Wikipedia; Informed by Mendeley; Google Wave; MuseTrek at the Louvre
Windows 7 is rolled out; the rise of sentient cities and African novels on mobile phones.
Twitter and Media Law; Science of the Web; Network Relief Kit; Bill Brindley on NetHope
International Cyber-laws; African Broadband; insect blogging in Kenya; crowd simulation
SMS in Kenya; Fish who text; Musicians meet in Cyberspace
Google Books;Computer Aid for Kenya's Blind;Anti-Wifi Paint;Bodleian Library&Google Books
Rwanda and the digital future, VIST, EpiCollect software, Video adverts inside magazines
KENYA SPECIAL: New broadband cables, animation industry, technology in Nairobi's slums
Google books controversy, missing Colombians database, NYPD's crime centre, Vint Cerf Pt 2
Vint Cerf Pt 1, technology in neuro-rehabilitation, internet dating in Africa & India
Afghan elections online, Cybermentors, Iranian computer games, Italian wine technology
Sexting teen trend, Venice feedback, Maker Faire Africa, Gordon Bell
Making emails self destruct and Obama's search for cyber security experts of the future
Ever felt like someone's spying on you? You will after this week's Digital Planet.
How social networks are getting news out of Iran, and new high speed broadband for Africa
Computers nearly stopped the first moon landing & what happens to your data when you die.
Failing Chinese internet censorship and the future with Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee.
Japan Pt 1: Robotics, Gundam statue, electronics in Akihabara, intelligent toilet
Chris Anderson from Wired on freeconomics, cyberbullying report, Save our Sounds project
Cyber warfare research, gadget-free school in LA, Leechblock, Wimbledon tennis technology
Technology news with Gareth Mitchell and Bill Thompson. Every Tuesday.
Iranian net activism, plus we discuss blogging and censorship in China, Vietnam and Cuba
Gareth Mitchell finds how technology is mixed with art at Venice's Biennale.
Msft Bing & Google Wave, Peruvian Navy health, mobile viruses, Andy's wired house
Gareth and Bill present a brief history of home computing, from Bletchley Park in the UK.
Venezuela's $14 phone, ebooks, Wikipedia history, DJ Paul van Dyk's phone app.
Microsoft vs open source in Africa, the man with a camera in his eye, Evernote memory tool
French 3 strikes net law, Lawrence Lessig on creative commons, IBM's future retail lab.
Mobile phone viruses, Asia@home, Social netiquette, Clay Shirky on group power.