From the Internet's founders, a warning

More than three decades after the worldwide communications network was born, David Clark and Yochai Benkler say they’re deeply concerned that the Internet is headed in a dangerous direction that its founders never intended.


Science, Tech & Environment

YouTube shutdown

Faith talks to Pakistani blogger Awab Alvi about how the Pakistani government's attempt to block access to an offensive video inadvertently caused a temporary global shutdown of YouTube.

Science, Tech & Environment

Faith talks to Deb Levine, executive director of INSpot, a web site that allows people to notify past sexual partners that they might have an STD.

Science, Tech & Environment


Faith talks to Dr. Irving Biederman, a neuroscientist at the University of Southern California, about why people can't resist surfing the Internet.

Arts, Culture & Media

Blogging kills

Faith and news analyst Todd Levin discuss a recent New York Times story that claimed that too much blogging can literally kill you.

Science, Tech & Environment

Stephen Chao

Faith talks to former FOX News president Stephen Chao about, a new web site he co-created to help people learn how to successfully execute any task.