What happens when you find a vital piece of history falling apart due to time and neglect? If you’re Dr. Sue Black, OBE, you start a blogging and Twitter campaign to save it. That’s exactly what she did to keep Bletchley Park, Britain’s World War II codebreaking headquarters, from disappearing. Dr. Black chats with J.D. about her new book, Saving Bletchley Park: How #SocialMedia Saved the Home of the WWII Codebreakers. And, as El Kaiser and J.D. find out while rolling through the recent tech headlines, it’s all about getting what you want — whether you’re a lucky Nexus owner looking for the new version of Android, Barbra Streisand telling Siri to properly pronounce her surname or NASA finally getting back in touch with a lost spacecraft. Sometimes, you just have to go for it.