Archive for July, 2010

How the Internet is Taking Over our Minds

July 28th, 2010 | post a comment

This week on Business Matters we’re exploring the ways that the saturation of technology is changing our very nature. We’ll find out how our minds are being shaped by our changing relationship with information and what the evolutionary implications for the future will be. We’ll find out if the internet is shortening out attention spans, […]

The Future of the Tech “Big Three”

July 16th, 2010 | post a comment

This week on Business Matters, we will explore the future of the “Big Three” in the consumer technology arena. Apple and Microsoft have been dueling over software and hardware for decades, but Google is the new kid on the block. This week we’ll ask Matt Burns, News Editor of TechCrunch to help us understand where […]

Violence in the Media

July 9th, 2010 | post a comment

Periodically our attention is brought to the possible impact of media violence on the behaviors in society. This usually happens when there has been some human tragedy such as Columbine or Virginia Tech. Then we are searching for answers and we then wonder if violence in the media isn’t a contributor to the terrible situation. […]

The Raw Milk Program

July 2nd, 2010 | post a comment

The power of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been focused on a national effort to ban the consumption of raw milk. This tireless effort has not been entirely successful. Today raw milk can be purchased at either the farm or retail in 28 states. Wisconsin has a bill currently winding its way through […]

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