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When it comes to information technology, Robert Cringely knows what he's talking about. He's spent the last 30 years in the PC business, and some of Silicon Valley's best and brightest bend his ear frequently. Robert sorts through their tidbits and reports on it through his columns in major magazines and newspapers as well as his documentaries and books. As a tech insider, he wrote the famous "Notes from the Field" column for InfoWorld from 1987-1995. His work frequently appears in the New York Times, Newsweek, Forbes, Upside, Success, and Worth. His first book, "Accidental Empires: How the Boys of Silicon Valley Make Their Millions, Battle Foreign Competition, and Still Can't Get a Date," is a best-seller. His PBS documentaries have aired in more than 60 countries. In today's episode, he discusses his latest book, "The Decline and Fall of IBM."
We have a full hour of women who made the headlines this past week and delving deeper into topics affecting women. From Super Bowl 49 to the American Sniper to Measles. We give a shout and recognize and great campaign sponsored by PlaidforWomen.com called the #NoMeanGirls campaign and how we can all take part on this movement.
We take on two of the hottest topics trending this week with the February cover of the Newsweek Magazine, "What Silicon Valley Thinks of Women" to Carly Fiorina's interviews on being called a "token bimbo" and her client meeting at a strip club. Stay tuned and informed on women making the headlines from the global stage to the entertainment arena, we cover it to bring you all the top women in th headlines on the Power Lunch.
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 16 of "Stand Up Hudson Valley," airing Sunday, March 22 at 7 pm.
Our topics for this episode will be:
Harley Doles' plot to arm Town dog catchers
John's actions at the Town Board meeting during the dog catcher discussion
The continuing saga of TWACC (Monroe Movie Theater)
The Village of Kiryas Joel's poor financial condition
"Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live, call-in podcast. And remember, not only is public comment welcome, It's encouraged -even if it's not on the agenda!
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 15 of "Stand Up Hudson Valley."
In this podcast, we'll discuss;
A new lawsuit against the DEC
More KJPE propaganda
Our meeting with Assemblyman Brabenec
"Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live call-in podcast. Not only is public comment allowed, it's welcome. Even if it's NOT on the agenda!
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 14 of "Stand Up Hudson Valley." This week, you'll hear about the KJ Scoping Session that should not have been held, annexation propaganda, and a very special segment on the plans for a film festival to be held in a theater that doesn't have a plan.
Stand Up Hudson Valley is live, call-in podcast. Not only is public comment welcomed, it's encouraged. Even if it is NOT on the agenda!
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for "Stand Up Hudson Valley" episode 13. Things are heating up in the region: the Environmental Scoping Session for the "KJ 507" annexation will be held on March 3rd. The KJPE launched a PR propaganda campaign. And of course, we have more Harley Doles nonsense.
"Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live call-in podcast. Not only is public comment welcome, it's encouraged. Even if it's NOT on the agenda.
Joel 3:14-Multitudes, Multitudes in the valley of decision; for the day of the Lord is near in the valley of decision.
We experience many experiences, success and set backs. In this message today, God tells us that just because we are in the valley does not mean there are no blessings. As a matter of fact, the valley has two meanings. Please join me tonight for God is blessing someone in the valley.
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Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 11 of Stand Up Hudson Valley. This week, well talk about; the recent United Monroe informational meeting, the "Curious Case of 1-1-39", and a few other important local issues. And of course, we'll have another installment of "Peter Martin"math.
Stand Up Hudson Valley is a live, call-in podcast. We welcome all calls, even if they ARE NOT on the agenda!
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for "Stand Up Hudson Valley" on Feb 19 at 730 pm. In this podcast, your hosts will discuss the lawsuit filed by the KJPE against petitioners and municipalities involved in the Monroe/Blooming Grove annexation. Also on the agenda; Town of Monroe filing for lead agency in the Blooming Grove action, more bad government by Harley Doles, Dan Burke, and Gerard McQuade, and the ever-growing theater mess.
Stand Up Hudson Valley is a live call-in podcast. We accept public comment, even if it's not on the agenda!
Join John Allegro and Emily Convers for "Stand Up Hudson Valley" Episode #2. This week, your hosts will discuss the state of New York State Open Meetings Laws, and what you can do to make sure your local municpal boards comply. You'll also hear the latest updates on the Kiryas Joel annexation petitions, and news of KJ's continued environmental violations.
"Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live, call-in podcast. You can hear the show every Sunday from 7pm - 8pm. Archived episodes are available for on-demand listening.
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers on Sunday January 11 for episode 8 of "Stand Up Hudson Valley." This week, we'll discuss the cirus-like proceedings of the Jan. 5 Monroe Town Board meeting, including Councilman Gerard McQuade's 5 minute political rant. We'll also discuss a yet another DEC fine that the Village of Kiryas Joel agreed to pay for environmental violations dating back to November 2013.
We'll also have a new, surprise segment. Tune in at 7pm on blogtalkradio.com
Join John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 10 of Stand Up Hudson Valley on Wednesday, January 28th. During this episode, your hosts will discuss:
The tip they received that DEC Commissioner Joseph Martens will grant lead agency to Kiryas Joel for the 507 acre annexation petition, and what this means to the neighboring communities.
How Orange County Executive Steve Nehaus' plans to expand sewer capacity for Kiryas Joel ties into the annexation action.
The troubling link between large campaign contributors to the Neuhaus campaign and contract awards.
Sewer, sewer, and more sewer.
And of course, another installment of Peter Martin Math.
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