Today I published the first show from a new series that we're launching on IT Conversations, IEEE Spectrum Radio. If you're familiar with computers or electronics you're familiar with IEEE and have probably seen Spectrum, IEEE's flagship publication.
IEEE Spectrum Radio is an audio edition of selected stories from Spectrum. When we were getting this going, I listened to about a dozen shows and was really impressed with the content and the production values. I'm excited to welcome IEEE to IT Conversations and I'm looking forward to sharing more of the shows I loved with you. As always, contact me with any feedback and please rate the shows so I know what you like and what you don't.
The first show up is author James Bamford talking about the implications of the Bush Administration's decision to eavesdrop on communications between individuals outside the United States and citizens inside the country. Bamford is the author of A Pretext for War.