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.



Who is Google's Wael Ghonim?

Google executive Wael Ghonim was released yesterday from Egyptian prison. It turns out that he was one of the main forces behind the Facebook and YouTube campaigns that helped drive protests in Cairo. The Economist's Max Rodenbeck has more.


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.


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.



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


Craig Bierko

Faith talks to actor Craig Bierko about Bathing with Bierko, his new web-based interview series on


Presidential songs

Fair Game's Matthew Perpetua talks about the candidate tribute songs that have become a viral phenomenon on YouTube this election season.

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.


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.