Signal/Talking Anthropology

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This show existed in form of a podcast for one year, before it came to Signals. For more (mostly german) episodes check out TalkingAnthropology.com!

2010-11-17 - no. 3, African Hackers and feat. Erik Hersmann and Valery Colonge[edit]

Today’s show is about the African Hacker and IT-Scene. It contains two talks, one with Erik Hersmann from the iHub in Nairobi, Kenia and the second one with Valery Colonge from the Active Space in Cameroon. They both are engaged in very interesting projects and Hackerspaces.

recording (.ogg) (.mp3)

blog entry for the show on TalkingAnthropology --> space for comments! (will be published soon...)

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2010-10-21 - no. 2, Special: Indian Hackers and active Cyberwar feat. with K.S.Abhiraj[edit]

Todays Show is about the Indian Hackerscene and current developments in India concerning electronic voting machines, biometrical citizen recognition and cyber warfare. I think it's a quite controversial show, but I wanted to point the spotlight to an area that's not so often in the news. Therefore also the positions in the show may not be those of the audience nor those of myself, but I tried to portray and contrast them with respect to show the current situation. K.S.Abhiraj is the first Indian to represent Indian hackerspace and government to get interviewed at hackerspaces.

recording (.ogg) (.mp3)

blog entry for the show on TalkingAnthropology.com --> space for comments!

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2010-09-23 - no. 1, the first Mexican Hackerspace feat. Felixe[edit]

In this show I had an interview with Felixe from the first Mexican Hackerspace. We discuss the situation in Mexico, the things it needs for a hackerspace to come to existence, his involvement in the Maker Szene and the project of homebrew Mate.

recording (.ogg) (.mp3)

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