BBC Radio 4
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The Corbett Report
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[audio mp3="https://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/episode317-lq.mp3"][/audio] We all know the story by now: the repeal of Glass-Steagall in 1999 led to the housing bubble, the subprime meltdown and the global financial crisis...right? What do we really know about Glass-Steagall and how do we know it? Today James peels the layers off another long-standing alt media myth and discovers a surprising and cautionary tale about how the banksters can manipulate us into doing our dirty work for them.
The Corbett Report
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BoingBoing
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The Canary
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The Canary
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futurity.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/podcast_styner_fulllength.mp3 Although research in mice is not directly translatable to the human condition, the kinds of stem cells that produce bone and fat in mice are the same kind as those that produce bone and fat in humans. In addition to its implications for obesity and bone health, Styner says the research also could help illuminate some of the factors behind bone degradation associated with conditions like diabetes, arthritis, anorexia, and the use of steroid medications. I see a lot of patients with poor bone health, and I always talk to them about what a dramatic effect exercise can have on bones, regardless of what the cause of their bone condition is, says Styner. With obesity, it seems that you get even more bone formation from exercise. Our studies of bone biomechanics show that the quality and the strength of the bone is significantly increased with exercise and even more so in the obese exercisers.
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge In the run-up to the UK's June 8 general election, Ars Technica UK and Wired UK are going to be discussing the big issues at the intersection of technology and politics with a weekly podcast called UpVote. There are iTunes and direct download links available below. The political blame game over the NHS ransomware attack has already started. But should the NHS, Microsoft, or the NSA take responsibility? And what can we do to stop this sort of thing happening again? Your browser does not support the audio element. Click here to listen UpVote, episode 4. Hosted by Kelly Fiveash and Rowland Manthorpe. Download the raw MP3 file , add to iTunes , or subscribe to the RSS feed . To find out, we met up with two leading infosec experts: Hatem Naguib, senior vice president of security at Barracuda, and Raj Samani, chief scientist at McAfee/Intel, who’s also a member of the advisory group on Internet security at the Europol CyberCrime Centre. Read 4 remaining paragraphs | Comments
BBC Radio Scotland
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The Corbett Report
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[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2017-05-17%20Edward%20Griffin.mp3"][/audio] If you follow the alt media you've probably heard the theory that the bankers were behind the JFK assassination. The theory holds that JFK was trying to end the Fed by creating debt-free, silver-backed money through Executive Order 11110, and the bankers saw this as a threat to their monopoly over the money supply. But this theory is not just wrong, it is completely opposite to reality. Joining us today to set the record straight once and for all is G. Edward Griffin, editor of NeedToKnow.news and author of the seminal book on the Federal Reserve, The Creature From Jekyll Island.
Hackaday
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MP3 took off in the late 90s as the digital music format. It then proceeded to slaughter the CD, and launch the file sharing revolution as well. It's a proud format that has roots stretching all the way back to the early 1980s, when the possibility of sending music over ISDN lines was first considered. Now the patents on it are beginning to expire and its licencing program has been terminated. The MP3 standard was the property of Fraunhofer IIS, and the original licencing model was intended such that encoders would be expensive, and decoders relatively inexpensive. This would allow people to buy software to listen to MP3s cheaply, but the creation of MP3s would be expensive, and thus handled by studios and music labels. This all changed when a high-quality MP3 encoder was leaked to the public, and suddenly it became possible to readily convert your CDs at home into the MP3 format.
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge In the run-up to the UK's June 8 General Election , Ars Technica UK and Wired UK are going to be discussing the big issues at the intersection of technology and politics with a weekly podcast called Upvote. There are iTunes and direct download links available below. Welcome back to UpVote , Ars Technica UK and Wired's tech and politics podcast. On the show today we discuss fact-checking and fake news with Will Moy, director of Full Fact, the UK's independent fact-checking charity. Your browser does not support the audio element. Click here to listen UpVote, episode 3. Hosted by Kelly Fiveash and Rowland Manthorpe. Download the raw MP3 file , add to iTunes , or subscribe to the RSS feed . Does fact-checking work, or does drawing attention to falsehoods make the problem worse? And given the almost infinite scale of the Internet, do we need fact-checking by artificial intelligence? Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments
The Corbett Report
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The Event Chronicle
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MintPress News
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BoingBoing
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My colleague at Institute for the Future , Eri Gentry, is the guest on the Cool Tools Show this week. Eri is the founding president of BioCurious , the first hackerspace for biology. She is also co-founder of the emotional wellbeing site, My Happy Tools . Subscribe to the Cool Tools Show on iTunes | RSS | Transcript | Download MP3 | See all the Cool Tools Show posts on a single page Show notes: Niice.com "For my work at Institute for the Future we're often trying to distill these nebulous concepts about the future into images and into words that people can understand. It’s really important that we get the visual part down right, but most sites arent really great for visual inspiration. … but Niice is this incredible site that shows you really creative imagery and often a lot of original art from artists, which is great because sometimes it can be hard to access the people doing really interesting creative work.
Ars Technica UK
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The Corbett Report
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The Corbett Report
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[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2017-05-03%20Newsbud.mp3"][/audio] Sibel Edmonds and Spiro Skouras join us today to discuss Newsbud.com 's third round of Kickstarter funding. We discuss the amazing team they've managed to put together for Newsbud over the last year and what they hope to accomplish with the next round of funding. We also delve into different funding models for the alt media and how non-advertisement based, non-foundation funded media can exist in the current economy.
The Event Chronicle
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The Event Chronicle
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