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Design for the Real World
Cookies
Big Brother is now just a mouse click away. Whether we know it or not, our online activity is being watched and then sold to the highest bidder. It's all thanks to a little line of programming code called a "cookie." Its inventor, Lou Montulli, says that without cookies, the web would be even creepier. Produced by Studio 360's Derek John. "Design for the Real World" is an inside look at the hidden genius of everyday things from lipstick to sheetrock, tea bags to ballparks. A regular feature of Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, public radio's weekly show about what's happening in the culture. Produced by Public Radio International and WNYC.

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