We swerve high science through pop music, modern art through obscure sport, street politics through kids’ TV, getting jokes and theories and guesswork and passions to socialise as openly and engagingly as we like to. We enjoy tripping each other into seeing things in new ways; we’ll do that for you too. Our format -- a round-table discussion with a host and three guests, punctuated by music, prepared reports and prerecorded comedy items -- is highly flexible and self-refreshing, alive with ideas, and devised to make for intelligent, informative, unexpected and funny discussion.
In The Medscape Medical Minute, Dr. George Lundberg, Editor-in-Chief of The Medscape Journal of Medicine and eMedicine.com, offers clinicians a brief synopsis and commentary of key evidence-based clinical studies from the medical literature.
By George D. Lundberg, MD, Editor-in-Chief, The Medscape Journal of Medicine; Adjunct Professor of Heal
The International Authority on Everything Theme Park Related. Join a Cast of Experts and Fans Every Week On an Informative Immersive Experience into the World of Rides, Attractions and Parks. It’s the Internet’s Audio Source for Amusement Park News, Rumors and More!
By The Season Pass
Peek into the personal lives of industry thought leaders to hear what really turns them on. Part MTV Cribs, part People magazine, industry connector and cognoscenti Susan Bratton combines her bold approach and playful persona in DishyMix, the edgy talk show that dives deep into the lives of famous names and fascinating individuals from the Internet, global Web 2.0 and digital marketing world. Hear how Susan gets titans of industry to reveal themselves, not just their business strategy. Learn what drives the biggest names and most fascinating characters in media and marketing -- what they are into, how they got where they are and what they want next in their lives. Be inspired. Be amazed. Most of all be entertained.
By Susan Bratton
Whether you\'re running an application at work, completing a bank transaction, or surfing the web, your computing life is powered by servers and datacenters. These machines, which are often racked together by the hundreds and thousands, are truly the back office of the world. And as you can imagine, they use a lot of energy. But the IT industry is waking up to the opportunities in energy-efficient design. In this podcast, EPA host Andrew Fanara is joined by four datacenter experts to discuss ways that manufacturers and users can save energy with better products.
By ENERGY STAR