Secure activism and hacking phones
This week on the podcast I have an update on tech and online observation in Libya, a new robot to introduce you all to and one of Outrider's founding fathers back with us - Chris Vallance has been finding a little Chaos.
Many of us online have been observing social networks in order to get a handle on what has been dubbed the Arab Spring. Various revolutionary movements have taken place in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria and Yemen. The last weeks have seen more bloody fighting as rebel forces in Libya stormed Colonel Gadaffi's compound to find that there was no one home.
So how to make sense of these events from a distance and to translate updates in a timely fashion online - especially when you are not a large news organisation?
It's one thing trying to spread a message when you are an activist so that people like John can hear you - but it's also important to ensure that your data is also safe - safe from those who may use it for other reasons or to do others harm.
And there ends another edition of Outriders. In the mean time you can email me at Outriders at bbc dot co dot uk, give me a nudge on Twitter at @BBC_Outriders, or search for Outriders on Facebook page to find our page there.