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  1. The Last Lighthouse Keeper : NPR

    Radio Diaries and All Things Considered continue a multi-part radio tribute to jobs that are slowly disappearing, celebrating people who keep alive an older way of life. This week, a profile of the last of a lonely breed — Frank Schubert, the only civilian lighthouse keeper in America.


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  2. ‘New York Works’: Grinding Out a Living : NPR

    In the latest of a series of reports on New Yorkers keeping alive the legacy of jobs from a bygone era, Radio Diaries and All Things Considered profile Pasquale Spensieri, one of the last grinders still going door-to-door sharpening knives and scissors.


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  3. Baltimore’s Water Wheel Keeps On Turning, Pulling In Tons Of Trash : NPR

    It looks like a cross between an old grain mill, a covered wagon and a spaceship: a giant, solar-powered wheel that sucks in bags, bottles and other detritus from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.


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  4. Lierre Keith: The Vegetarian Myth, How Agriculture Made Us Sick, and How to Save the World | Fat-Burning Man

    This week’s show is with one impressive woman, Lierre Keith. Lierre has been a highly requested guest for a while now. This show is going to show you exactly why.


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  5. BBC - Desert Island Discs - Castaway : Sir Ken Robinson

    Kirsty Young talks to educationalist Sir Ken Robinson.

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  6. Podcast: the democratization of manufacturing

    Manufacturing is hard, but it’s getting easier. In every stage of the manufacturing process–prototyping, small runs, large runs, marketing, fulfillment–cheap tools and service models have become available, dramatically decreasing the amount of capital required to start building something and the expense of revising and improving a product once it’s in production.

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  7. Ambient Location and the Future of the Interface — dConstruct Audio Archive

    In this presentation, Geoloqi co-founder Amber Case will take you on a journey through the history of calm technology, wearable computing, and how developers and designers can make apps “ambient” and inspire delight instead of constant interaction.


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  8. Rethinking Education

    Our model for education was forged in the industrial revolution. But as our economy and world changes and businesses scramble to keep up, what about our schools? Are we preparing our children for a bygone era? Author Cathy N. Davidson sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss how we can transform the classroom to accommodate our changing world.

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  9. Audioboo / James Burke predicted the future in 1973. Now he does it again.

    Forty years ago for Radio Times, the scientist and broadcaster James Burke predicted events in 1993. He got a lot right. So we asked him in to PM this afternoon to predict the future. The sound begins with an actor reading from the original article, written by Tony Peagam.’ name=’description



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  10. How Secure Is The Fort Knox Of Seeds?

    The largest seed vault in the U.S. serves as a locked-down, genetic warehouse. It once stored unapproved biotech wheat that was recently found in Oregon. The vault was not the source of contamination, but the event raised questions about security.

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