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January 1, 2000

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Radiolab is a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. — “Talking to Machines”   The AAAS Science Podcast

The New York Times | Circuits with David Pogue
Seminars about Long-term Thinking
The Long Now Foundation’s monthly Seminars were started in 2003 to build a compelling body of ideas about long-term thinking; to help nudge civilization toward our goal of making long-term thinking automatic and common instead of difficult and rare. A monthly seminar series, hosted by Stewart Brand. ———————————————– The Brain Science Podcast features the latest books about neuroscience, as well as interviews with leading scientists from around the world. Host Ginger Campbell, M.D. is an experienced emergency physician with a long-standing interest in mind-body medicine, the brain, and consciousness. In this podcast she shares recent discoveries from the world of neuroscience in a way that people of all backgrounds can enjoy. Dr. Campbell believes that understanding how the brain works gives us insight into what makes us human. She is also committed to showing how the scientific method has unraveled many long-standing mysteries.

———————————————— CNET | the Next Big Thing Each month CNET’s Brian Cooley takes a look at what’s happening in tech and then cuts out the noise. What’s left are a few key trends that show you how the near future is shaping up, with unusual clarity. Hosted by: Brian Cooley STATUS UPDATE  ***** TECH MINUTE CNET editors share tips, tricks and handy apps to make the most of the tech in your life. Cracking OpenTechRepublic Head Technology Editor Bill Detwiler dissects the latest tech products and analyzes the internal hardware, giving consumers a look inside their favorite gadgets and helping them make smart tech purchases.