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Round table discussion about the CIA's most successful spy project to date: Facebook.
Banks, Facebook, Twitter and Google use epic numbers - based on prime factors - to keep our Internet secrets. This is RSA public-key encryption.
This video features Dr James Grime (http://singingbanana.com/). Message from James: "Thanks to Dr Chris Hughes of the University of York who showed me how to find the RSA public key from my browser, and showed me how awesome they look when you print them out."
The brown paper from this video can be purchased on ebay: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221164184385
Thanks to Drew Mokris for the animation: http://www.spinnerdisc.com/
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Videos by Brady Haran
Chairs are just like facebook...
The story of how the Arab world erupted in revolution, as a new generation used the internet and social media to try to overthrow their hated leaders.
In the first of this two-part series, Mishal Husain charts events in Tunisia and Egypt by meeting those who led the revolts and showing the unique footage they shot.
We saw facebook's ad, celebrating a billion users and felt it was missing something.
You're welcome, Mark Zuckerberg!
Created by: Dnal Mulligan, Cian Markey & Richie Nolan
The painting is a time-lapse composed of over 9,000 photos and painted over a 5-day period.
"As irony has it this video will be reblogged and seen on social media outlets the world over. Go ahead and participate in the irony and reblog the video on your facebook and twitter accounts.
People look at me like Im from another planet when I tell them I dont have social media like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. In the eyes of social media Im severely outdated, lost and not connected."
An inspiring and creative tribute video conceptualized and put together by Prezence Digital to celebrate Nelson Mandela's life to date around a simple premise... "would the father of our nation havespent 27 years in captivity if he (and others) had access to the same technology, social media platforms and tools as we do today"?. The answer is simple Maybe not? We can't change the past but we can change the future. It is now in our hands.
Have you made the switch to Timeline yet? From "Jimmy Kimmel Live"
Lint Felton tackles the hard hitting news stories with just a hint of fluff. On this episode of The Felt Factor, Lint analyzes the Facebook IPO, a pair of drunk grandparents, and some dolphins with a bullying problem. Lint's unique perspective comes with all the energy and fun that you'd expect from an 8-year-old kid.
Videos Referenced in "The Felt Factor:"
Facebook Sets IPO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUy2Ktd8h10
Drunk Grandparents Tow Granddaughter: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khVnvCiDLLU
Dolphin Bullying: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMZenUFcQLE
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John's rejoinder to Hank's Facebook IPO video: http://mcooki.es/305189
John discusses why facebook and other free products are free--and from where their value ultimately comes.
Facebook users, here is your analogy to herpes.
A whirlwind tour of Facebook's highlights and lowlights from 2004 to the present day (in just under two and a half minutes)..
From Time Magazine.
Hank delivers at a breakneck pace.
Because there is a bit of confusion about what IPOs are and, really, what the stock market is and how it works, I thought I'd take the IPO of Facebook as an opportunity to discuss it. In general, the "financial" part of our economy seems kind of crazy and embarrassing. Especially as, these days, a lot of what our economy does is just re-investing in our economy, seems dangerous. Maybe I will talk about it more in the future.
As for Facebook, I really believe that it (and lots of other companies that offer free services to their users) are dramatically overvalued. I think Facebook went public at the right moment, and that it's stock price will dip substantially before it is correctly valued and starts growing again. But, y'know, I'm not a financial analyst. I do know that if Vlogbrothers was paid based on the same metric of $100 per user, we could sell our property for $20,000,000, which is, of course, several orders of magnitude of crazy.
But if you want to own a piece, just to say you own a piece, Facebook is FB on the NASDAQ.
A trip down memory lane for the life and times of Mark Zuckerberg.
Lora Lee Gayer
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