Campaign Spear Phishing, Why Time Flies, Ruin RelationshipsThe Matt Townsend Show
- Feb 8, 2017
'Spear Phishing': How to Protect Yourself (19:05) Arun Vishwanath is an associate professor of communications at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is a globally known cyber security expert on the people problems of cyber security. Each time we go on the computer or open an app, we open ourselves to spear phishing. Today, technology not only fights for our attention but connects all aspects of our life. This applies to everyone, from your children’s teachers to our highest public officials. Are we opening ourselves up to attacks each time we access the internet? Arun Vishwanath explains "spearphishing" and how to protect ourselves. Makena Bauss - She Sheds (43:08) You have heard of Man Caves, a place in the home where the man can retreat from the family for some "me" time. A new trend is "She Sheds" which is a place for the woman to find some solace. Producer Makena Bauss explains She Sheds and why they may be needed. Why Time Seems to Fly or Trickle By (1:04:05) Dr. Michael G. Flaherty is a Professor of sociology at Eckard University. His teaching and research interests include self and society, deviance, qualitative methods, time and temporal experience, social interaction, and the social construction of reality. Chinese Philosopher Lao Tzu said “If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present.” Dr. Michael Flaherty wrote an article entitled “Why time seems to fly – or trickle – by.” Liana Tan - Attractiveness (1:30:30) It’s always a little scary to dive into the minds of the opposite gender. But have you ever wondered what the opposite gender thinks about you? Today, one of our producers, Liana Tan, is going to help answer one of the most difficult questions of life. What is the most attractive and unattractive thing in a guy or girl? Ways to Ruin A Perfectly Good Relationship (1:50:51) Dr. Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. received her Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Columbia University and is now a professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research covers a wide range of topics related to adult development and aging. She is the author of over 160 refereed articles and book chapters and 16 books. Has there ever been a time in your life when you thought everything in life was going perfectly ok, only to have everything come crashing down on you the next day? You might think the relationships in your life are going really well, but in reality you could be on the brink of disaster. You may have habits or expectations that are slowly driving people out of your life without even realizing it. Dr. Susan Krauss Whitbourne teaches us 5 ways we could be ruining perfectly good relationships. Show More...