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"Converstational Conceptual Physics": mention the word "physics" and you get many different reactions, most of them strong and in the opposite direction! However, physics - from the Greek word for "nature" - is literally all around us. It is the basis of the technology that allows mobile phones, spaceflight, flatscreen TVs, the Internet and BlogTalkRadio. I'm doing "15 minutes of physics" to speak on topics and answer any questions.

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I'm a spoken word artist at heart. I'm going to kick a few pieces from the book "Unemployed: A Memoir" and related poetry about the topic. It can be a solo or call-in show. Trust me, I've got enough material and you can of course, replay... more

Are you "the working poor"? Meaning, you used to work for a lot more and now settle for a lot less. You have the experience and preparation for higher position, rank and raise and you've used your 401k until its a 101 or 55k now. You know... more

Hello! I've survived spring sinus infections and losing my mom 2 days before Mother's Day weekend. The Foreword, Introduction, and first two chapters are on http://www.reggiegoodwin.com. I'll read starting with Chapter 3. I plan to bring... more

This is an interview with Michael Clifton introducing a ground floor opportunity. If you ever wanted to go into business for yourself; if you don't have any idea what to do after an involuntary severance, maybe you ought to listen in or here the... more

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We are facing the end of a fleecing that began with gas prices going above .98 per gallon. Now that the Bush Administration is nearing its end, gas prices crawl back to reasonable levels. Meanwhile, Wall Street bankers and insurance... more
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