• 01:14

    DAY 15- Chapter's 16 and 17 - LIVE Reading of "Dear Prudence" - The Audio Book

    in Self Help

    "'Nate ran inside and stuffed all of his worldly possessions into Ana's backpack: toothbrush, wallet, t-shirt, shorts and flip-flops...' - Gabriel -  Chapter's 16 and a portion of Chapter 17 -  By Listener Request, may I humbly Introduce To YOU another installment of 'Dear Prudence' by ME... Amanda G. - A LIVE READING, chapter by chapter... from the horse's mouth! Please Tune In and ENJOY!  'Dear Prudence' Radio - Life Advice to Help YOU Cope!"


    Please join Amanda Grieme, Author of “Dear Prudence,” Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF: A Metamorphosis, and former English/Creative Writing Educator. Amanda LIVES with Bipolar Disorder choosing writing as her catharsis and creative medium to help others. Her life experience with mental illness, self-medication will lend listeners invaluable, often quirky life advice. Tune in to share in life’s struggles, folly, laughter, tears… idiosyncratic oddities… cradled by eclectic music selections.


    “Dear Prudence” Radio – Life Advice to Help YOU Cope will provide you with entertaining and informative fodder about life stuff, backed by research, justified by public opinion… and humbled by ill-experience. Check Out the NEW video trailer:


    http://youtu.be/PBQ3TADwSyQ


    Books:


    https://www.createspace.com/4714654


    http://www.eloquentbooks.com/dearprudence.html


    Dear Prudence Column: 


    http://www.newjerseynewsroom.com


    About The Host:  http://amandagrieme.hubpages.com/hub/GREAT-READS-BY-NEW-AUTHORS-CHECK-THEM-OUT-HERE

  • 00:29

    The Airship Adventure of Captain Toothbrush

    in Radio

    A KOPE Radio Drama LIVE from WCKR in Columbus, Ohio.  Written by James Copeland including the voices of James, Daniel, Madeline, Curtis, and Jessica, this old-time radio drama is one that you won't want to miss.  Featuring a hilarious, satirical plot, it's sure to be a great half-hour of New Year's Fun!

  • 00:05

    TECH AM - Your Toothbrush? There's An App For That

    in News

    The early edition Tech Briefing looks at a new smartphone app for electric toothbrushes and some new tablets hitting the market. WSJ's Bill Fantini reports.

  • 02:10

    LIFE STYLES

    in Culture

    Maria Iliou is your DirectorManager, your Host for Life Styles on Monday's. Maria Iliou sharing Leo Gregory stories of her son Anthony Gregory that he needs supports for Independent supports as human also all peeple wants to be 100% Independent, sometimes we needs extra supports to help us to acheived our goals or simple devices or equiptment is needed...like a chair lift that prevents 3 people trying to carrie you .  Leo Gregory has a new training program she like to Implement to case workers, facilitators, analysts, managers, directors and everyone else involved in the hierarchy of making support decisions for the special needs community who cannot speak and or who are non ambulatory. Sit these people in a room. Tell them when they can go to the washroom, when they can be fed, when they will be washed and dressed and what they are going to do for the day. Then start personal care, try to lift them out of their chair (we would have them all in wheelchairs that have to be pushed by someone else), then lift out of chair onto toilet and try to pull down their underwear etc (also make them wear briefs with the sticky ties).... then put them on the toilet and sit next to them until the pee and poo. Then clean them up. Next, stick a toothbrush in their mouth and clean their teeth, put a glass of water to their lips to make them drink... shaving cream on their skin and or oil depending on what shaving system you choose to use for them, without them being able to be self determined about it.


    Poetry reading with our gifted Poets "The Mind Stream Poetry and Music. Poets: Brain Burns, Maria Iliou, poets

  • 00:05

    TECH AM - Standards for the Internet of Things

    in News

    Tech leaders formed an alliance hoping to set standards for the Internet of Things; Google looks to win more clouding computing business and a review of a Bluetooth-connected toothbrush. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.

  • 00:31

    Oral health and athletics, new research!

    in Health

    Does oral care really matter in elite athletes? Some say, heck yes! Check out these links to find out how important oral health is to athletes performance.

    British Journal Sports Medicine


    BBC news online


    Quote from the BBC article 


     


    However, Prof Ian Needleman, director of the International Centre for Evidence-Based Oral Health at University College London, says there could be an impact in elite sport.


    He told the BBC: "It's the accumulation of marginal gains, where the difference between elite athletes at the very top is small. Then oral health, amongst other aspects, could make a difference.


    "The research we did at London 2012 found a large proportion of young athletes, fantastically well tuned physically, had really poor oral health.


    "Quite a high proportion reported an impact on their training and performance so it's clearly an issue for them."


    Dental conditions among competitive university athletes in Nigeria.


    The oral health status of special olympics athletes in Belgium.


     

  • 02:00

    Computer America - 4/30/2014. Hour 1: News; Hour 2: The GizWiz

    in Technology

    Computer America


    Hour one: Craig and Charles do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!


    Hour two: Dick DeBartolo.  Dick joins us every last Wednesday of the month.  Dick is Mad Magazine's maddest writer and one of our favorite correspondents!  Dick is known as "The Giz Wiz" and he certainly lives up to the name's reputation!  Dick finds some of the most unusual items on the Internet and shares them with us!  Tonight, Dick will be talking about an iPhone case that holds your earpods, a new design type of 3D printer for under $1000, the world's first connected electric toothbrush, a way to take your smart phone into the ocean, a solution to the left-behind charger cable and so much more!


     

  • 01:37

    Cosmic Vision News

    in News

    COSMIC VISION NEWS – 14APR - Show Summary
    LISTEN: http://bit.ly/1eg9Y5a
    SUMMARY WITH LINKS: http://bit.ly/1dVEB5p
    ARCHIVE: http://bit.ly/11gL1Ug
    GOOGLE + : http://bit.ly/1cabQ45
    TWITTER: @Greenprint4LIFE
    LINKEDIN: http://bit.ly/VZb8bQ
    FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/OjJlEq


    1.   WAVE OF ACTION:  THREE MONTH GLOBAL CAMPAIGN TO REOCCUPY THE WORLD BEGINS.


    2.  NOOSE TIGHTENS AROUND THE NECK OF ISRAEL’S ZIONIST AGENDA.


    3.  WARMONGERS GETTING SHOT DOWN IN FLAMES: JIM DEAN.


    4.  POSSIBLE PLANNED TURKISH FALSE-FLAG EVENT.


    5.   INDIGENOUS GENOCIDE CONFIRMED/ADMITTED IN CANADA.


    6.  EARTH CHANGES; VOLCANIC AND SEISMIC ACTIVITY.


    7.  FINANCE:  STOCK MARKETS ARE REVEALED AS BEING RIGGED.


    8.  FRANKFURT WINS BID TO BE CHINESE RENMINBI CLEARING HUB.


    9.  RON PAUL:  UKRAINE BAILOUT BAD FOR U.S AND BAD FOR UKRAINE.


    10.  LAKOTA NATION LAUNCHES CRYPTOCURRENCY.


    11. U.S. FCC TO START CRACKING DOWN ON MEDIA CONSOLIDATION.


    12. PRESIDENTS ON AREA 51 AND DISCLOSURE.


    13.  GALACTIC CONTACT: ASHTAR VIA CHANNEL PHILIP AND ‘SENSES’ FROM BASHAR VIA DARYL ANKA.


    14.  TECH: IONIC TOOTHBRUSH.


    15.  RESTAURANT CHAIN EXPOSES FACTORY FARMING.


    16.  BEER: MAKING INFORMED CHOICES TO AID IN GROWTH.


    17.  FINAL WORDS:  INTERNET NEUTRALITY AND LEARNING DISCERNMENT DURING ELECTIONS.

  • 00:27

    How to Think About Money, Choose Your Hometown, and Buy an Electric Toothbrush

    in Books

    Dubner and Levitt field your queries in this latest installment of our FREAK-quently Asked Questions.

  • 00:27

    How to Think About Money, Choose Your Hometown, and Buy an Electric Toothbrush

    in Books

    Dubner and Levitt field your queries in this latest installment of our FREAK-quently Asked Questions.

  • 00:33

    An Internet of Things or a World Made of Data?

    in Technology

    The Internet revolution is the story of an explosion of information and connectivity. We are all producers and consumers of vastly growing datasets. Our lives and our very identities have to a large extent moved online. Much of who we are is now defined by the intricate and complex connections we have with other individuals, with organizations, and with social structures unlike any that have existed before in human history.


    And yet there are many who argue that all of that is prelude, that the real revolution is yet to come. The phenomenon aptly named the Internet of Things describes the growing reach of the online world. The world itself is coming to life, with more and more of what once would have ben called "inanimate" objects producing and consuming information right along with the rest of us. 


    The year 2014 has been named the Year of the Smart Watch...and the Toothbrush, to name just two of the hundreds or thousands of everyday objects now participating in this endless high-speed exchange of information. 


    But is this a matter of the Internet moving out into the world or the Internet drawing the world into its realm? What do our growing data footprints and R. Buckminster Fuller's notion of ephemeralization have to tell us about this tremendous shift? Will we soon live in a world made primarily out of data -- or are we already there?


    Tune in and explore.

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