If you're looking for honest reviews of the latest games and gear, Geek Tech Live is the show for you. Since October 2006, the show has presented news, reviews, opinions and rants covering the latest gadgets and emerging technology. It's geeky stuff for the gadget freak in all of us.
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Blind Bargains features interviews from the biggest names, the latest news, and leading insights from the assistive technology scene. Specializing in as-it-happens coverage from the biggest technology conferences, we\\\\\\\'ll bring you news and views concerning the absolute latest in assistive technology.
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Bob Cefail and Laura Betterly from In Touch Media Group (stock symbol: ITOU) are "The Profit Doctors" and answer questions from live callers about Marketing and Publicity, and also interview successful entrepreneurs. The show is done live every wednesday from 6-7 pm EST on a Tampa radio station, Tan-talk Am 1340. Call 1-877-343-8911 for live call-in information if you want to be on the show and ask your questions of The Profit Doctors. Syndicated with permission from Tan Talk 1340 Am Radio in Tampa Florida
Science Sessions is the podcast program of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Listen to brief conversations with cutting-edge researchers, National Academy of Sciences members, and policy makers as they discuss topics relevant to today's scientific community. Learn the behind-the-scenes story of research published in PNAS, plus a broad range of science news and discoveries that affect the world around us.
Join Bill Carroll, President of the American Chemical Society (ACS), as he visits 15 cities in 10 days during the Extreme National Chemistry Week (NCW) Tour October 14-23. He'll crisscross the country with stopovers in small and large communities to highlight the importance of chemistry and science education.</
SmallTalk is a podcast series where we chat about nanotechnology with leading scientists, thinkers, artists, writers, and visionaries, and look at quirky nanoscience stories in the news. Dr. Stephanie Chasteen, of the Exploratoriumâ€™s Teacher Institute, hosts this monthly series.
Bringing truth to podcasting, and all who choose to listen. Derek and Swoopy are your hosts, filling your pod and your brain with skeptical insight and conversation, sometimes heated, on a plethora of topics that are ripe for critical examination. We're tired of pertinent social and science news being buried by clap trap. Our podcast is here to bring you relevant, under reported current events, as well as in-depth discussions from a scientific, critical, skeptical, and humorous point of view. In our travels we will tackle the beasts of pseudoscience; the paranormal, supernatural, ufo / alien encounters, mis-understood history, and overwrought legends - urban or otherwise. People will believe anything. Why is that? Here at Skepticality, we're calling out the crap, debunking the bunks and taking a serious look at the plethora of flim flam that is clogging our history books and drowning the mainstream media in a tidal wave of hornswoggle. Anything but orthodox, occasionally silly but always topical, Derek Colanduno is your podcasting guide to the truth. Cohort and cohost Swoopy is the resident misanthrope, questioning Derek to the limits of his patience, and sometimes his sanity.
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Engines of Creation.com: A podcast devoted to providing insight into web related issues, trends and design & development practices.
Essentially the Supreme Court has ruled in a unanimous (9-to-0) decision that companies providing P2P software can be held liable for secondary copyright infringement if they are conducting their businesses in such a way so as to induce consumers to infringe copyrights. We suspect that the decision will have far reaching implications but it is unclear just how effective the ruling will be in curbing piracy. Among the questions that our panel addresses are the following: What are the full implications? Will it curtail P2P file sharing? Will the file sharing companies merely be driven offshore? Will it inhibit technological innovation? Will it materially benefit the legitimate online stores? What about the related Court decision on competitive access coverage?