How Steganography Works04/15/15
How can you hide a message so that no one knows you're even communicating? Use steganography! Ariel Kasten joins the show to talk about the art of hiding messages.
The Biggest Lawsuits in Gaming History
CNET's Iyaz Akhtar joins the show to talk about lawsuits. What are some of the biggest lawsuits in gaming and how have they shaped our world?
How Aircraft Carriers Work: Part Two
Jonathan and Scott look back on the history of aircraft carriers and how they evolved in the US Navy. From the Enterprise to the Nimitz and beyond!
How Aircraft Carriers Work: Part One
CarStuff's Scott Benjamin joins this listener requested show about aircraft carriers. How do they work and what does it take to keep one operational?
The Top April Fools Tech Jokes Episode
What are some of the biggest hits (and misses) in April Fools jokes in the tech sector? From dumb ideas to jokes gone wrong, Jonathan counts them down.
How Coffee Machines Work
Lauren Vogelbaum joins the show to talk about coffee machines. What's the history of coffee and how do the various gadgets work? Coffee!
Ice Core Drilling
How do scientists retrieve ice core samples? What can we learn from them? Joe McCormick joins the show to talk about really cool historical records.
TechStuff Episode 700: How Subways Work
How are subway tunnels built? How do trains work? What are the challenges of a subway system? Ben Bowlin joins the 700th episode of TechStuff.
TechStuff Gets Flushed
How do toilets work? What's the secret behind using a Japanese toilet? And can you enter a toilet race? Josh Clark joins the show.
The Robots4Us Challenge
What is the Robots4Us Challenge? How can students enter the challenge? What are the social implications of robots?
The Golden Age of Radio
How did broadcast radio get its start? What were the challenges and controversies? And how did the golden age fade into history?
The Rise and Fall of Atari: Part Three
In our final part in our Atari series, Chuck and Jonathan talk about the sad decline of Atari and what's left of the company today.
The Rise and Fall of Atari: Part Two
In Part Two of this series, Chuck and Jonathan talk about how Atari dominated video games until the crash of 1983.
The Rise and Fall of Atari: Part One
What's the story behind Atari? Stuff You Should Know's Chuck Bryant joins the podcast to answer this listener question.
Slow Motion Film and High Speed Photography
How does slow motion work? Join Jonathan and Chris in this classic episode as they explain the technique behind the process.
The Six Simple Machines
What are the six simple machines and why are they so important? Joe McCormick joins the show to explain.
Rerun: How Metal Detectors Work
If you're going on a treasure hunt, you should know how your metal detector works. Chris and Jonathan explain in this classic episode.
CLASSIC: How ATMS Work
Jonathan and Chris explore the world of automated teller machines in this classic TechStuff episode.
CLASSIC: What Do Transmissions Do?
In a classic TechStuff episode, Jonathan and Lauren explain the purpose of a transmission and how it actually works.
What is a Common Carrier?
The FCC Chairman has proposed reclassifying ISPs as common carriers under Title II. Wait, what does that mean? Jonathan explains.
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