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Big Chop - aka - Trenton White hosts tonight's Buffalo Water Cooler. Sports talk is wide open for you, the callers. Ray Lewis - a positive drug test? That's according to a Miami (Fla) publication. How did Super Bowl Media Day go in New Orleans? This, and Trenton will be taking your calls at (646) 915-9969 at Buffalo Water Cooler sports radio. After the show concludes, it immediately becomes a podcast.
Disaster management of the most abundant and yet fragile resource on the planet WATER...
today I cover the information about the 2nd Annual summitt held here in Thailand and the imporatance that it has for the rest of the world..
AND how water affects us individually..
Sources for water when no potable water is available..
It's all important!
We're recapping the NCAA Women's Championship and will be sitting down with Chris Dorst who was poolside for the whole event. We may also be visited by some champions as well...
On today's show I'll be joined by Phillip Proffer who will share some of the incredible breakthroughs in structured water that were pioneered by Max Langenburg, born Prince Albrecht zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg who hailed from Langenburg, Germany. He was a former rocket scientist dedicated his life to helping people live happier and healthier lives. He founded Aquarius Water (now Langenburg Water) which was the culmination of 35 years of his research.
We'll learn more about this visionary and how he's profoundly changed the nature of water as well as other inventions like the flying car.
We'll also discover the ways in which Langenburger plans to bring it's technology directly to you and why local municplaliies need this technology immediately to rectify and improve the quality of any water supply and how all of it might just relate to holy grail itself.
We had Ms. White on our show last year with her new single Sister, Sister. Since then she has been busy making a mark in the theatre world and more. Please join us to catch up with this continuous moving, motivational force known as Karyn White.
Dial-in (347) 637-2319 and press 1.
We are joined in the studio for a special broadcast this afternoon to speak to Jenna Kozel, consumer security advocate at Lookout, a security technology company located in San Francisco and Anbu Anbalagapandian, Senior Software Engineer at Lookout, to talk about Charity:water is a non-profit organization that's been bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations since 2006. Lookout is a company of hackers who create software that protects people and their most sensitive data from mobile threats. Lookout believes in "Hacking for Good" and is committed to supporting charitable projects, like Charity:Water that use technology to have an impact on the world. On Wed., May 22 at 9:00PM, Lookout is hosting a benefit concert for Charity:Water featuring Meklit Hadero. All proceeds will go to a Charity:Water project in Ethiopia. About Melkit Hadero: Born in Ethiopia and raised in San Francisco, Meklit's music influences range wide — from the jazz and soul favorites she grew up on; to the hip-hop and art-rock she loves; to folk traditions from the Americas to East Africa. Named a 2012 TED Senior Fellow, Meklit has served as an artist-in-residence at De Young Museum, New York University and Red Poppy Art House. The event will feature a live set from Meklit and her band, along with a full bar.
Intel’s Mobile Insights Radio with Peter Biddle honored California’s Water Awareness Month with Paull Young, Director of Digital for nonprofit, charity:water in talking about on the importance of safe, clean drinking water. During the show, Peter and Paull discuss the organization’s innovative efforts to bring drinking water resources to people in developing nations.
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