February 19, 2012
February 18, 2012
When you walk around a big city in China, it feels like an entrepreneurial free-for-all — guys selling stuff on street corners, lots of little shops, everybody hustling. But when you pull back the curtain on the country’s economy, you find the government everywhere…
February 3, 2012
February 1, 2012
Marco Arment creator of of one of our favourite iOS apps, Instapaper and co-founder of Tumblr, is on todays NPR podcast. We hear how a hobby turns into a lucrative one-man business — and how Apple’s App Store is transforming the Internet economy. The gist is super simple. In fact, it’s something that’s been going on in the physical world for thousands of years: Giving people a convenient way to buy cheap products.
January 26, 2012
January 25, 2012
The clock is still ticking for the Euro. Greece are still not in a position to pay back their debts and continues to try and work out a deal with its creditors. But who loaned money to Greece?
January 25, 2012
January 21, 2012
The new era of The Bugle is here. Having being dropped from their regular spot from The Times website the podcast has now been released into the wild. John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman, the transatlantic region’s leading bi-continental satirical double-act, leave no hot potato unbuttered in their worldwide-hit weekly topical comedy show.
January 19, 2012
January 13, 2012
Jamie Kilstein and Allison Kilkenny presents Episode #453 of Citizen Radio. In this show, Allison interviews Karin Hayes and Victoria Bruce, directors of “We’re Not Broke” a documentary about US Uncut, the movement that helped spark Occupy Wall Street, Jesse Myerson reports on the Supreme campaign, an Iranian nuclear scientist is assassinated, and the New York Times public editor wonders if his journalists should report the facts.