These guys dig through all the hype to reveal the real value in what is happening today in the exciting world of 3D Printing. Andy, with 28 years in the high tech industry, and Master Craftsman Whitney Potter discuss all aspects of 3D Printing. They discuss topics such as how to tune, upgrade and maintain your desktop factory, how to develop your own designs for 3D Printing and where all the cool new stuff is. Each episode includes current events, 3-5 technically focused segments, and a "Thing of the week". The show also includes guest segments from luminaries and specialists including Emmett Lalish, Brook Drumm and lots of others across this incredible new Profession... ? Industry... ? Hobby... ?
By Andy Cohen & Whitney Potter
Brothers Ron and Christopher Skolglen are retired telco engineers that took their 401k and started Viking Wireless, which is today Northern Minnesota s leading wireless company. Each week, the Skolglens are joined by their technical guru from the big city Paul Barcomb and the world s leading industry analyst, Iain Gilliot, to talk about the latest in wireless and wireline telecommunications. Whether it s WiFi, EV-DO, WiMax, MPLS, or GPS--no topic is too technical for this lively and entertaining cast. From time to time, they even have a few surprise guests stop by the studio in International Falls, Minnesota (not in person obviously cause it s sixty degrees below zero in the winter and the airport is usually snowed in...)
By The Skolglen Brothers
This is a podcast about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Chris Spangle is a podcaster and host of We Are Libertarians, libertarian, digital director for a major radio show, and trying to be a better person. Listen in as he talks with his friends about the things that interest him. There are also a lot of podcasts of old audio.
By We Are Libertarians
Expedition STEM is a new podcast to explore Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math - or STEM for short. Each Week, we'll share our favorite stories in STEM news, the latest tech gadgets or projects on our workbench, and the occasional guest to talk about their creations. Why STEM? Really, we're a couple of nerds who want to see it become a central part of our culture. Moreover, we want to see people get excited about the topics, people and companies that are pushing the state of innovation worldwide. Without STEM there would be no Siri or Call of Duty. Without names like Buzz Aldrin, Sally Ride, or Gene Roddenbury we'd fail to reach the stars, or keep doing so with SpaceX. And, it was Isaac Asimov that predicted how we would talk to machines, over 70 years ago. Did you know that a students discovered the mathematical formula for a perfect pancake? Or that there are buildings that actually eat smog? There's a whole world of exciting discoveries and innovations that all start with STEM. Thanks for tuning in and we hope you enjoy the show.
Join fear fanatic Jinx and special guests every week as they discuss all manner of horror in entertainment. Be it movies, books, comics, or music - if it's scary, these fright enthusiasts will discuss, dissect, and devolve into yattering fanboys about the genre they'd marry - were it not for all those pesky, close-minded lawmakers.
By Jinx Jenkins, Seth Dixon, Brian Primm, David Haugen