We recently launched our official podcast, we’re excited to bring you episode 2 this week. For those of you who missed the first episode, you can find it on our Ars Technicast page. During each episode, a group of Ars editors delve into topics we have covered at Ars Technica. We publish a new episode every two weeks. You can also find us in the iTunes store or via RSS. In this week’s episode, we take a retrospective look at the Internet and discuss the impact it has made on each of us. We started this as a response to Paul Miller’s current experiment to disconnect himself from the Internet for one year while continuing his work as a journalist. Our host, Senior Apple Editor Jacqui Cheng, is joined by Open Source Editor Ryan Paul, Microsoft Editor Peter Bright, Contributing Writer Casey Johnston, and Social Editor Cesar Torres. We will talk about our various entry points into the Internet and Internet culture, as well as ways in which we are dependent on it today for certain social interactions. What parts of the Internet can we live without? And how has our individual relationship with the Internet changed over the years? Listen to find out.