SHOW 2: Houses Made of Bones / 1hr 13min / June 10, 2009 Kris and David share listener tales of Unanticipated Victories, and debate the moral repercussions of a free gumball, the etymology of the…
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SHOW 1: Parka Car Wash / 1hr 13min / June 3, 2009 Kris and David discuss telling stories with toilet paper, the ethics of bikini car washes, and whether or not Malibu Jim believes in his…
This week Myke is joined by John Roderick. They talk about the impact technology has had on his life and the music industry.
On the first episode of CMD+SPACE, we are joined by Merlin Mann. We discuss Merlin’s career online and focus on his work in Podcasting. We also take a detour in to discussing comicsâespecially the X-Men.
This week Myke is joined by Jeff Cannata
On a very special episode of CMD+SPACE Myke is joined by Merlin Mann to discuss Inbox Zero, starting New projects and a fun discussion about Adventure Time (as well as a little about comics, of course).
The most important innovation challenge we face - The Science Show - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Energy production is arguably the biggest and most urgent problem we face. Despite this, the world seems welded to the old technology of burning carbon-based fuel to satisfy our energy needs. Technology for energy production using methods other than burning carbon-based fuels exists, and is being deployed, but the benefits of new technology are being overtaken by the increased coal being burnt. Big change is required and required soon. Richard Lester describes the path to a complete change in energy production and how innovation needs to be focused to allow the ambitious goals to be achieved.
Richard Lester, Department Head Nuclear Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Massachusetts USA
Title: Unlocking Energy Innovation
Author: Richard Lester and David Hart
Richard Lester at MIT (http://web.mit.edu/nse/lester/)
UK removing carbon from the energy equation - The Science Show - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
British policy is to change the electricity industry so it emits very little carbon. Then transport needs to be changed to use electricity. Richard Lester reviews the options and the challenges.
Guests: Richard Green, Professor of Sustainable Energy Business, Business School, Imperial College London UK
Further Information Richard Green at Imperial College London (http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/people/r.green)