Hello listeners! This episode is our annual year in review podcast. We will recap last weeks challenge, but also reminisce about all the awesome challenges of the past year. We also crown the 2015 challenge overall winner, and this year it was a close one! Our year long challenge recaps are here, as well as the setups for our 2016 year long challenges.
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This week Geo discusses Poppi. None of us had ever heard of it, but man it sounds awesome! Do you have any gripes about your travel experiences recently? Poppi is on it! Check them out at http://www.teague.com/thinking/perspectives/poppi-the-airline-of-the-future .
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Quick! Your house is flooding – get outta there! Phew, that was close. Where are all your baby pictures? Where are your wedding photos? Where is that book you started to write? I think you get my point, data backup is something that we often don’t think about until it’s too late. There are many methods of data backup – some good, others bad. Together they can be part of a bigger strategy to help keep you covered. Matthew Mombrea wrote a great article that covers most of the stuff we talk about in this episode. You can read the article here: http://www.itworld.com/article/2832708/consumerization/how-to-backup-files-on-your-computer—part-1–the-basics.html
Thanks for listening – and upgrade yourself to the next level of data backup, whatever level that may be!
What? You’ve never heard of ISIS? Have you been living under Iraq? All kidding aside, despite the overwhelming coverage of ISIS in the news today, lots of folks (some of the Good Guys included), still don’t know the core details about the group. This episode Mitch tells us what we all need to know. Thanks for listening!
Hey everybody! This week let’s talk about music. Not about Katie Perry or whoever is on the top of the charts these days, but the nitty gritty science of music. This week Chad gives us some great information on what sound and music actually is, how it is interpreted by our brains, and he gives some examples of the basic building blocks of “music”.
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