Kevin Kruse’s book looks at how industrialists in the ’30s and ’40s recruited clergy to preach free enterprise. And under the Eisenhower administration, Christianity and capitalism moved center stage.
Brooke explores our long fascination with nihilism: why it’s popular today, and whether that’s always been the case.
Writer Mark Feldstein says muckraking columnist Jack Anderson cut ethical corners to get Nixon exposes, and the president responded with fury. He recounts surprising details of the long-running battle between the journalist and the politician in Poisoning the Press.
A relatively small percentage of Americans have a debilitating drug addiction, so should the U.S. spend $40 billion on enforcement …
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life and work of Jorge Luis Borges.
Rick Perlstein’s new book describes how Reagan emerged as the leader of a potent political movement during the turbulent mid-’70s. He says the soul of Reagan’s appeal was how he made people feel good.
On Tues., Sept. 9, tune in for a discussion on how President Richard Nixon has been depicted by Hollywood. Leonard …
In 1964, Democrat Lyndon Johnson won the presidency in a landslide victory; eight years later, Republican president Richard Nixon was reelected in an equally lopsided race. In his new book, Nixonland, historian Rick Perlstein looks at the chaotic years between those elections.
Coll is managing editor of The Washington Post.
His new book is
Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001. Coll previously covered Afghanistan for the Post and was the paper’s South Asia bureau chief between 1989 and 1992.
He won the Pulitzer in 1990 for explanatory journalism.
Today’s podcast covers the show known as the Intel Developer Forum, or IDF for short. IDF is an annual event focusing on new Intel technologies and product visions, showcasing what is new from small maker-like ‘Internet of Things’ devices all the way up to server platforms and everything in-between. Ian and Ryan were at the show, with plenty of meetings on tap. We found some time to put our thoughts on the announcements in a microphone.
The AnandTech Podcast #37: IDF 2016
The AnandTech Podcast - Episode 37Featuring
Dr Ian Cutress, Host, Senior Editor (@IanCutress)
Ryan Smith, Editor-in-Chief, (@RyanSmithAT)
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Total Time: 47 minutes 57 seconds
00:00 - Start
01:20 - Intel IDF Keynote
01:40 - Project Alloy, Untethered VR
08:13 - Intel Joule IoT Platform
15:35 - Intel Broxton SoC
20:50 - Knights Landing
22:15 - Knights Mill
25:20 - AMD Zen
37:40 - AMD Naples
47:57 - FIN
IDF 2016 Keynote Live BlogIntel Announces Project Alloy: Untethered Augmented Reality in a VR HeadsetIntel Unveils Joule: A High-Performance Atom-Powered IOT Module and Maker KitMore Details on Broxton: Quad Core, ECC, Up to 18 EUs of Gen 9Intel Announces Knights Mill: A Xeon Phi for Deep LearningAMD Zen Microarchitecture Part 1: Micro-op Cache, Schedulers and Memory HierarchyAMD Zen Microarchitecture Part 2: Extracting ILP, More Juicy DetailsAMD Zen Server CPU and Motherboard Breakdown: 2P for Q2 2017Unpacking AMD’s Zen Benchmark: Is Zen actually 2% Faster than Broadwell?
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