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Bryant Austin joins us to talk about his book, "Beautiful Whale," and his secret to getting within three feet of the mammals without them swimming away.
The Computer History Museum
Tonight at 8:00pm
Tech writers David Kirkpatrick, Steven Levy and John Markoff take the stage with moderator John Hollar to tell their personal versions of history gleaned from three decades covering one of the most riveting journalism beats on the planet.
Today at 4:00pm
Repeats at 6:30pm
Klout with a "K" is a website that measures influence based on how popular a person or business is on social media. But does that translate into profit?
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