There's a showdown coming between Apple and the FBI over privacy rights. But this case may be less about privacy than it is about the tech industry's willingness to defy the government.
LED light bulbs are finally getting useful and popular for home and business lighting. But LED lighting has been available for broadcast and cellular towers for over 15 years. Early models didn’t last long. Rodney Zeigler with Nebraska Rural Radio
Abul Bajandar says surgery has given him hope that he can return to old life as a village rickshaw driver
WE PLAY MUSIC – Podcast Episode 251 – 28/2/16 - DJ Dlux & GM Ice - SoulOnASunday -Your weekly dose of SoulFuel Featuring Soul, RnB & Rare Groove music from; Gina, Afi Soul, Omar, Tiffany Wilson, Vanessa White, SWV, Kendra Ross, Jeffrie, Sylvia St
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JF Houle, Jessy Cornu and the team find an abandoned military base in Canada and in eight days proceed to shred the place to bits. We also have another Original Source Intense clip coming’ at ya, this week it is the Under the Weather lads taking so
What do sharks, rays and plenty of humans have in common? They like the idea of a lobster lunch. Given that fondness, conservationists in Mexico are working to ensure the crustacean is fished sustainably.
Lecturer: Rav Michael Laitman Date: Sun, 28 Feb 2016 12:20:03 +0000
It’s not often that you hit a significant Demand zone to the tick, then have it rally hard to the opposite Supply zone, to the TICK!! All during the same trading session! That’s exactly what Bill Henner and his students experienced during their t
http://traffic.libsyn.com/trafcom/Traf160225.mp3 This year Podcamp Toronto celebrated its tenth year with a great conference covering podcasting, digital media and more." Here is my quick report after the event. Visit the Podcamp Toronto 2016 site fo
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Live events aren't for sissies. That's especially true for the sound guys at the Oscars. NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro speaks with Dolby's Steve Venezia about what can go wrong, but usually doesn't.