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November 21 2013


How HealthCare.gov Is Giving A Once-Obscure Bill A Boost : All Tech Considered : NPR

The disastrous rollout of HealthCare.gov is giving an otherwise wonky piece of legislation new momentum. It's called the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act, or FITARA, for short. And its two key sponsors are among the most unusual bedfellows in Congress. http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2013/11/21/246345010/how-healthcare-gov-is-giving-a-once-obscure-bill-a-boost
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Health Exchange Tech Problems Point To A Thornier Issue : All Tech Considered : NPR

The Obama administration says the technology powering health exchange sign-ups buckled under unexpectedly high traffic. But healthcare.gov's glitches are part of much more complicated issue: a systemic contracting and procurement problem. http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2013/10/08/230424841/health-exchange-tech-problems-point-to-a-thornier-issue
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June 25 2013


Novara: Series 1, Episode 7 - Strikes, Direct Action and New Technologies

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by Simon Behrman and Joss Hands as they discuss the impact of technological change on various protest repertoires and industrial action.

July 26 2012


Episode #112 – The Importance Of Niche Flexibility And Finding The Real Reasons People Are Successful

TweetDan is all about the public peer pressure on Ian. Getting him to sign up for email lists. Getting him to go to NYC with him in September. Getting him to divulge his espionage trade secrets in a future episode. http://www.lifestylebusinesspodcast.com/niche-flexibility-real-success/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lifestyle-business-podcast%2FAdJF+%28The+Lifestyle+Business+Podcast%29

February 13 2012


Writing Excuses Episode 11: The Business of Writing » Writing Excuses

January 18 2011


Computerworld Techcast: Ray Kurzweil, Part I: The future of computing

In this episode of the Computerworld Techcast, Ray Kurzweil, author of The Singularity Is Near, explains the impact of the exponential growth of processing power in computers. In the interview, Kurzweil says that computing advances will go beyond making computers smaller and more powerful -- they will eventually lead to pervasive computing, augmented reality, and vastly longer lifespans.Duration: 10 minutes http://blogs.computerworld.com/computerworld_techcast_ray_kurzweil_part_i_the_future_of_computing
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