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Tech Tuesday: Election Security

Jul 30, 2019
Voting booths
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Russia targeted election systems in all 50 states during the 2016 election, according to the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The report didn't conclude that any votes were changed because of these attempts. But the committee did find what they called, "an unprecedented level of activity against state election infrastucture" looking for vulnerabilities.

Today on All Sides, election security, data anonymization, and more.

Canadian-born psychologist Jay Van Bavel likes Canadian beer.

"I can't say what it is," he says, laughing, "I just love the taste."

When Van Bavel sips a beer from his hometown, there is a feedback between his taste buds and his brain. He's reminded of his Canadian-ness, he feels more Canadian, and Canadian beer tastes better to him than other beers.

The History, Culture and Identity of the Midwest

Aug 18, 2017
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Today at 10am 

The Midwest used to be considered the moral heartland of the United States. Over the years it lost this title and became known as "flyover country." The coastal denizens came to denigrate the values and steadiness of the region and that has influenced the work of historians since the 1920.

We hear from Jon Lauck, author of From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, 1920-1965.

The History, Culture and Identity of the Midwest

Jul 10, 2017
tpsDave / Pixabay

The Midwest used to be considered the moral heartland of the United States. Over the years it lost this title and became known as "flyover country." The coastal denizens came to denigrate the values and steadiness of the region and that has influenced the work of historians since the 1920.

 

We hear from Jon Lauck, author of From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, 1920-1965.

 

City of Gahanna

According to city officials, Gahanna just doesn't stand out.

Gahanna marketing director David Kusz says it came to their attention that the city of 33,000 lacks a clear brand - and that's a problem for staying competitive.

Twins: What They Say About Identity, Self and Society

Aug 7, 2015
OHIO UNIVERSITY PRESS OHIOSWALLOW.COM

11am

Identity may be harder find for those who have lived their whole life with a double. This hour, looking into the peculiar state of being born and living as a twin, what it has to say about identity, and society.

Twins: What They Say About Identity, Self and Society

Jul 20, 2015
Ohio University Press / OhioSwallow.com

Identity may be harder find for those who have lived their whole life with a double. This hour, looking into the peculiar state of being born and living as a twin, what it has to say about identity, and society.