There’s still a lot to discuss, and we lead with Kevin Ware injury before talking Louisville, Wichita State, Indiana, Syracuse, Marquette, KU, Florida and of course Michigan. We’ve got a five-day wait until the final games begin, so hopefully this helps with you hoops fix before the apex arrives.
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Zach Harper is joined by Jared Dubin and Jason Concepcion to discuss the book, ‘We’ll Always Have Linsanity: Strange Takes on the Strangest Season in Knicks History.’
Shall I compare thee to a 1957 Jaguar XKSS? Mike McCue asks, in examining when it is worth it to ignore the data when you have, essentially, what you believe is something that ought to be done for its own sake.
Flipboard has set out to make an on-line experience like reading a premium magazine—an online magazine that is as beautiful to page through as expensive glossies. Flipboard sets out high aesthetic values with web innovation to attract advertisers as well as readers. Flipboard, a "social magazine" for the tablet, brings the best of print production values and sprinkles in social aspects in a web interface that is out to make a new premium web category.
Flipboard’s mission is to fundamentally improve how people discover, view and share content across their social networks, including Facebook and Twitter. Flipboard presents updates, links, articles and photos that people are sharing online in the same way a print magazine would.
Tim Harford asks whether it’s really true, as some politicians claim, that more tax can be raised from lower tax rates.
First aired Fri, 11 Jun 10
Duration: 28 mins
The President of the Aspen Institute, Walter Isaacson joined by Niall Ferguson, author of The Ascent of Money , Indra Nooyi, Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, Eric Schmidt, Chief Executive Officer of Google, and Nassim Taleb, scholar of randomness and risk and author of The Black Swan together will examine:
What will the American economic system look like in the months and years ahead?
Who are the innovators currently shaping the future?
What will be the role of business in that future?