This week saw my third appearance on Marc Fennell’s program Download This Show on ABC Radio National. Great fun.
Cleaning up the web: Nearly three years since announcing the proposed mandatory internet filtering system Cleenfeed, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy’s scheme is dead. But what have they replaced it with and were we better off with Conroy’s old system? Meanwhile, we peek into the secret UN meeting that could radically change the way the net is governed, and take time out to ask whether games can truly change our minds and society.
The internet “filtering” stuff of course relates to the Interpol blacklist that I’ve written about for Crikey once or twice, and which was also the subject of this week’s Patch Monday podcast.
My fellow guest was digital arts evangelist Fee Plumley. The audio below is linked directly from the ABC’s website.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 28:30 — 13.1MB)
The audio is ©2012 Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
[Photo: Waiting in ABC Studio 291, Coffs Harbour, the location from which I joined the program.]