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The Tobolowsky Files Ep. 69 – The Two Kinds of Nothing

Above: A rare shot of Nothing: Me in my trailer at a night shoot for Glee. Terrifying. Also, we have a new weekly advice podcast! It’s called Big Problems, and you can listen and subscribe to it at bigproblemspodcast.com. The Tobolowsky...Show More Summary

Governor Scott Walker Talks Foreign Policy

After appearing at a Chamber of Commerce lunch with Hugh, the Wisconsin Governor dropped by the studios of KKNT 960 in Phoenix to continue the discussion. The Audio: 03-25hhs-walker The Transcript: HH: Sitting across from me, the Governor Wisconsin, who’s not in the very cold far north. Show More Summary

Why Kojima's Possible Exit Isn't a Surprise

The Podcast Unlocked crew has what may be an unpopular opinion on the whole Kojima/Konami/Metal Gear fiasco. Plus: Halo Online talk.

Robots: Stiquito

In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews James Conrad, professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, about the history of the autonomous walking robot, Stiquito. Stiquito is a small, inexpensive hexapod (i.e., six-legged) robot that has been used since 1992 by universities, high schools, and hobbyists. Show More Summary

Heinz And Kraft: Before They Were Food Giants, They Were Men

Henry Heinz was big into pickles before ketchup came along. James Kraft gave the world American cheese. (Ironically, he was Canadian.) Now, two companies that revamped how we eat will become one.

FarmHer at Ag Day

During last week’s Ag Day Activities in Washington, DC I met Marji Guyler-Alaniz, FarmHer, Inc. during the Celebration of Agriculture dinner. Earlier in the day Marji participated in a Google Hangout with USDA Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden and Dr. Show More Summary

Treating POTS: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we hear from Dr. Phil Fischer about a little known disease known as POTS. To listen, click the link below. Treating POTS

Episode 443: Don't Believe The Hype

Last week Apple was officially added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average. But just because Apple's in the club now, doesn't mean the Dow is a great measure of the economy.

A Fun, Family Celebration at Home

Kerry & Juan One sentence sum-up of the wedding vibe:  A fun family celebration including a graffiti wall guestbook, a kick-ass donut and cookie chandelier, and a special groomsmen performance of “D!ck in a Box.” Soundtrack for reading:...Show More Summary

Preview Reviews for Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, Pixels, Man Up, and More

This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News, the hosts review several new recently released trailers for films across a variety of genres. Hit the jump for me. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation – The 5th entry into the popular franchise...Show More Summary

Listen: The Washington Report

Former congressman and current Talk Radio News Service correspondent Bob Ney talks about the civil war in Yemen, the nuclear arms race in the Middle East, congressional efforts to combat antisemitism and attempts by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to mend fences with President Obama.

Ep. 370: The Kaufmann–Bucherer–Neumann Experiments

One of the most amazing implications of Einstein's relativity is the fact that the inertial mass of an object depends on its velocity. That sounds like a difficult thing to test, but that's exactly what happened through a series of experiments performed by Kaufmann, Bucherer, Neumann and others.

Northwest hop acreage continues to grow - AgMinute for March 25, 2015

The March 1 inventory of hops is slightly down but acreage is expected to keep growing this year as the craft brewing industry drives demand. Click here for the full story

It's never too late.

Guy Boyer & Jean-Yves - "Speedy Slalom" [buy] "You are never too late to do anything in your life!" this motivational speaker said confidently to us, dumb, high school students. I'm sure 78% of the guys there (including me)...

David Pietrusza on Sing Sing in the 1930s

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by author and historian David Pietrusza to discuss his latest book about Sing Sing prison in the 1930s, the process of self-publishing a novel and baseball's Opening Day. The post David Pietrusza on Sing Sing in the 1930s appeared first on RedState.

Junkfood Cinema: Crazies vs. Crazies

The George Romero original vs. the Timothy Olyphant-led remake? The Junkfood Cinema crew explores. "Junkfood Cinema: Crazies vs. Crazies" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary

The Science of Capturing People’s Attention

The Science of Capturing People’s Attention written by John Jantsch read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Ben Parr Capturing attention in an information overloaded, always on world is tough and getting tougher. Show More Summary

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