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How Kids Use Technology vs. Public Schools

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
CyberFrequencies

At tech conferences, experts are talking about "total connectivity." Is that where we're going? Kids seem to think so and in fact, some of them might already be living near total connectivity.

LA Times James Rainey Calls Critics of The Entryway "Reactionary" and "Exclusive"

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
CyberFrequencies

Why is it that when we weigh in with critiques about the way immigration is covered, folks like Rainey make shrill pronouncements that we're sending the The Entryguey ladies to a "firing squad than to a reeducation camp."

Star Trek & Twitterlutionaries: CyberFrequencies Turns One

Tanya Jo Miller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Tanya Jo Miller

It all started a year ago. Through a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, CyberFrequencies, our sci-tech podcast that airs on KPCC, was born.

Will Perez Hilton Cover Immigration?

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
CyberFrequencies

The Entryway is a multimedia project where a couple white chicks move in with immigrant Latino families to learn Spanish. The project lit up the world of new media a couple of weeks ago.

Apple Blocks Radiation App

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
CyberFrequencies

Apple blocked an iPhone app that lets users know how much radiation they're getting while using their phones. Steve, if you're listening, I'd actually like to know how to "counter the potentially damaging effects of phone radiation," because I have an iPhone.

iPad Test

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
CyberFrequencies

The question about the iPad becomes who are the competitors?

The Entryway Gets a Smackdown and Reveals Two LAs

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
CyberFrequencies

I've actually met The Entryway ladies and I gotta say they're really nice women -- just totally clueless about matters of race.

Yum, Golden State's Beer Float... That's Right, Beer and Ice Cream

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
CyberFrequencies

Ever since I read Cannery Row in high school, I've dreamt of the beer float. A character in the Steinbeck novel, Doc, loves beer and ice cream. And so his dream: the beer milk shake.

You've Heard of Sh** My Dad Says? How About Stuff Ray Bradbury Says?

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
CyberFrequencies

This week on CyberFrequencies, we catch up with the legendary sci-fi writer Ray Bradbury. He has a musical called Wisdom 2116 up in Pasadena right now.

Reasons To Be Cheerful (Part 2)

Michael Sigman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Michael Sigman

British New Waver Ian Dury's keen wit, social criticism and generosity of spirit inspires the following reasons for cheer during this tough holiday season.

The Darkside of Blogging: What It Means When Sarah Palin Calls You Out

CyberFrequencies | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
CyberFrequencies

Is a blogger a public figure or a private citizen? Alaskan blogger Shannyn Moore gives us the inside scoop.