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Matthew Lesko of http://lesko.com/ interviews Gordon Laplante of gMax 3D Printer http://www.gmaxprinter.com/, to talk about their amazing 3D Printer that lets you make shoes, vases or anything at home.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss a grab-bag of exciting future-related developments including:
How the Tesla Model S got an acceleration boost from a software upgrade over the Internet.
How Iron Man is helping deliver on the promise of bionic limb replacement.
How a new kind of 3D printer promises to enable customized chemistry.
How the new age of self-driving vehicles is going to be phased in over time.
PLUS: how the President of the United States admitted that aliens tell him what to do and say.
Need a dose of positive futury goodness? Join us.
It's one thing to talk about how bad things are getting, and how hard it is to stay healthy in the world we are living in. It's quite another to step up and be part of the solution. Mike Adams, known to many as the Health Ranger and a credible source of news and information in a sea of propaganda and a hijacked media, has some answers for those seeking to care for their families and themselves in the upcoming turbulent times. Food Rising is his latest project, complete with videos showing how to grow your own food as well as videos with plans for parts you can download for free to make on a 3-D printer (yes, save those pennies to buy your own 3-D printer for $1300 if you want to be able to "print" your own parts instead of buying them! Don't you love technology?) Join Sandy Bloomfield as she takes a closer look at this paradigm shifting opportunity...and remember, it's your health, your choice - at least for NOW! Get the information while you can!
This week we are excited to announce our new Quarterly lead sponsor, Wholesales Graphix. We will talk with John and Justin about the services they bring to the industry and how they can help your business. We are also excited to talk to Patrick from an operation called Spectrum Designs. They are a screen printing group who helps Autistic teens and adults learn skills.
Finally we will wrap up the show with some tips for problem solving across several decorating method, including screen printing, vinyl transfers, direct to garment and sublimation. We will discuss how to look at all of the variables are realize it might not actually be the ink, vinyl, substrate or printer, but maybe the process.
Aaron and Terry will also bring you details on things you want to discuss. Join the conversation at our Facebook or Google + Page or even hit us up on Twitter. Tell us about what you have going on in your business!
Also don't forget to join us live via the online chat below during the LIVE show.
Shore Power! Live from the Mobile Podcast Command Unit 8, now with Shore Power! As the power issue begins to resolve on Unit 8, we’re able to produce studio quality podcasts from the road … and try out the new coffee maker. Since everything now is powered up, that means the printer works and that […]
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How does a printer rise from dusty board games & playing cards to become the international reigning guru of this new generation's new generation of international participatory games? Part 1 of The Art of the CEO's Innovation Series features the amazing lady who had done just that. Ms. Shari Spiro, CEO of Ad Magic, comes on board as Host Bart Jackson's featured guest to reveal exactly how she has reinvented her custom printing company to become the go-to resource for gamers across the globe. Yes, board games, puzzles and playing cards are still very much part of the thinking class' recreational scene. But no, these are not your grandmothers' whist, bridge & Monopoly. Today's games have stormed the internet. They are iconoclastic, edgy, novel, and involve players in the hundreds of thousands. Tune in and learn the masterful way to seize and profit from a burgeoning market.
OneCellOneLight® Radio | Blog Talk Radio
Wednesday, March 25, 2015, 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
(2:00-4:00pm Mountain; 3:00-5:00pm Central; 4:00-6:00pm Eastern)
In this time of technological miracles, we are constantly being amazed by new breakthroughs. Just 10 years ago, the idea of being able to access nearly any piece of information you ever wanted to know from nearly anywhere in the world from a device you held in your hand would have seemed like something out of science fiction. But now, billions of people do it on a daily basis. And even less time ago, the idea that we could produce nearly any object from scratch in our own homes seemed like pure fantasy. But that time is soon upon us. This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Veronica Hendricks to discuss the newest technological marvel - three-dimensional printing. While 3D printers have existed for a short time, they are too cost-prohibitive to be commonplace in our homes. But with the right materials and a cost-effective printer, creating a screwdriver, a toy, or textiles could become as easy as downloading a template and hitting “Print.” --
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Dr. Patrick Baudisch, Professor and chair of the human-computer interaction lab at Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany.
Dr. Baudisch believes that computer science and mechanical engineering are about to unite. In the future, users will solve mechanical problems by digitizing the involved objects using 3D scanners, solving the problem in the digital domain using the means of computer science, and converting the result back to the mechanical domain using a 3D printer. This will allow solving mechanical problems with the effectiveness and efficiency of computer science, including the ability to scale massively.
Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
Rick Broussard is the editor of the New Hampshire Magazine. He is also a character and an adventurer. After years of working odd jobs — letterpress printer, galley hand on a drilling barge, giblet shoveler at a chicken plant, dishwasher at a variety of restaurants and loading dock worker — Rick Broussard got his start as a journalist in Atlanta, covering the arts and cultural scene for the Capitol of the South. He edited the weekly newspaper The Bow Times for five years and has been editor of New Hampshire Magazine for 22 years where he has interviewed numerous national figures, rock stars, two presidents and hundreds of local characters. He is a co-founder of the NH Theatre Awards and Building on Hope, serves on the New Energy Foundation promoting breakthroughs in the field of Cold Fusion and Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions and sits on a number of boards for NH arts and travel associations. He's the editor of the NH Pulp Fiction series of short-story anthologies and the ghost writer/publisher of One Life, One Legacy — a motivational book for Justin Spencer's Legacy X program. He lives in a 200-year-old house with his wife and one or more of his children and sometimes a dog in Concord, NH.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
WI Right to Work SB44 and AB 61.
Bounty offered for 3-D printer after company rejects pre-order.
Netanyahu's speech to Congress
Huffpo's "fact checking".
Doing What's Right:
Darren Wilson cleared of all civil rights violations.
The IRS and the WH stonewalling on the release of taxpayers info to the White House.
In our first hour we will chat with Paul DeThroe, dark fiction author hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He’s been a camera/darkroom operator, film stripper, printer, production manager, and a soldier. His main duties now are raising his children and writing and then hustling his works of terror to an unsuspecting public. DeThroe’s novels include The Devil’s Prophet (2012), Suffer the Witch Chronicles Vol. 1, Rise of the Raven Knights (2013), Vol. 2, The Dragon-Wizard’s Crystal Skull (2014), and soon to released, Vol. 3, Quest of the Fire Dragon (2015). In 2015, DeThroe will release Darker than Black Horror Anthology, the first collection in what will be a series of dark fiction anthologies. Following soon after will be his take on dystopia & speculative fiction, Nightmare Worlds (May 2015). Wicked Witches, Devils & Dragons (Oct. 2015) will appear next haunting season, and the title says it all. Twisted Tech, DeThroe’s ode to sci-fi short stories will be published in 2016. DeThroe is currently working on a futuristic sci-fi/dystopia called The Last Demigod. Early plans call for a late 2015 release.
Then in our second hour, Poet Coralie Rowe will be with us as we premier several of her Poems recorded by Viktor Aurelius. C. Rowe is new to the writing scene. Previously being a baker by trade, now a mum. Rowe found an interest in writing poetry, and has been published in several horror anthologies recently.
It will be a GREAT show! You won't want to miss it!!
First Hour: New Matter
Steve Schell, CEO of New Matter.
3D printing is now for everyone. New Matter’s MOD-t 3D printer and New Matter Store combine to create an affordable, one-click printing ecosystem that beginners or enthusiasts will love.
Visit the New Matter website.
Second Hour: Kerio Technologies
Scott Schreiman, CEO of Kerio Technologies.
Connect, communicate, and collaborate without compromise. Kerio’s award-winning products are tailored to the needs of small and mid-sized businesses. All combine powerful features with ease of use for business users and IT professionals. Kerio's attractive licensing packages and the flexibility to run on many hardware and software configurations deliver enterprise-class functionality for a low total cost of ownership.
Check out the Kerio website.