Wages; Websites; and Whistleblowers

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First Website

It’s day three of The Brian Lehrer Show anniversary celebration 25 years in 25 days, and we’re looking back to 1991, when the very first website went up on the web. Media thinker, author and Queens College professor Doug Rushkoff talks about all the many ways the Internet has changed the world in the past 23 years. Plus: Mayor de Blasio announced he’s expanding the living wage law; the story of a New York Federal Reserve regulator who was fired after she secretly taped meetings at Goldman Sachs - which she’d been hired to oversee; and a new study shows people spend more money at high-end retailers when the sales people are rude.