The #DigitalSkeptic Not Technically an Hour Radio Hour: Show Two.

We're finally back in the studio -- after all these years -- talking Information Science to young adults. Who knew, but today's younger minds want to know how data ... eh, works.

Go ahead. Take a listen. On some connections this download can take a while.

Here are the APPROXIMATE run times for this 1 hour and 9 minute show.

1 Minute or so: Introduction.

8 Minutes or so: A word from our sponsor, Brookside Research:

10 Minutes or so: Check the Box: If the news isn't making you angry sometimes, it isn't news.

14 Minutes or so: My "Conference call" with Mr. Zuckerburg and Mr. Louis CK.

21 Minutes or so: The "RemindYouWhatit'sLiketobeAlive" Mix. Our refreshing mystery music mashup that will help you tell what's a robot from what isn't, by Glowpuppy Studios

32 Minutes or so: The "Do Something" Section: Today we De-Zombify Facebook.

41 Minutes or so: Our "What's Money" Segment for the week: Cyrotocurrency: The Storyless Investment.

44 Minutes or so: News of the Week: A whole slew of amazing news that we never expected to hear.

  • Amazon raises Prime prices to cover its costs. Wow!

  • Wall Street Journal uses the word "Anti-trust" next to Google, Facebook and Apple.

  • Huffington Post ends unpaid contributions from writers and creative (Wow!)

  • Streaming video companies admit what horrible businesses they are.

62 Minutes or so:  Farewells, and our last line: "You folks have a world to go fix."