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Byte Into It - 6 November 2019

Guests include Dr Katherine Kemp, a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney.


Byte Into It - 30 October 2019

This episode is presented by Laura Summers and Vanessa Toholka. Guests include Thomas Drake, US based former NSA employee and a whistleblower speaking about surveillance. Followed by a discussion on the recent La…


Byte Into It - 23 October 2019

This week Vanessa and Paul are joined by fascinating guests. Adem Cifcioglu, co-founder and organiser of Ally Camp (Australia's conference on accesibility and inclusion). Followed by creative director of Sandpit, Sam Haren, talking…


Byte Into It - 16 October 2019

This week behind the desk is Dan and Warren. Guests include CEO/founder of Snap Send Solve, Danny Gorog. Followed by head of Igloo Vision, James Sheridan, talking all things VR.


Byte Into It - 9 October 2019

This week Warren Davies is joined by Dan Morganti and Maize Wallin, chatting about games, games and more games! Guests include the team from 10Tickles to discuss the "Misadventures in Little Lon", a…


Byte Into It - 2 October 2019

This weeks guests include Jason Bakker, producer of the new game Wayward Strand. Followed by Adam Christou discussing Melbourne International Games Week.


Byte Into It - 25 September 2019

This week we have an interview with Vanessa Teague a professor at Melbourne University, and Chris Culnane on their research de-identifying the Myki datasets released in 2018.


Byte Into It - 18 September 2019

This weeks guests include Dr. Robert Hassan on his new book, Uncontained, looking at digital distractions and the experience of time. Followed by comic, Sam Hargreaves discussing his one-man-show Blly vs the Internet.


Byte Into It - 11 September 2019

This weeks first guest is Australian Computer Society’s CEO, Andrew Johnson. Discussing the findings of their recently released Digital Pulse report on the ICT sector for 2019. Next, Paramythia creative head Lou Blitsas…


Byte Into It - 4 September 2019

Hosts Vanessa Toholka, Rowena Murray and Paul Callaghan chat to Cassandra Seery, exploring how parents posting images and information about their children online could be infringing on their human rights.

About this program

Computer news, reviews and clues. Tech talk and opinionated chat with feature interviews and regular guests covering games, Linux and Open Source, legal, new and social media, gadgets, Apple and more.


The podcast intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras.