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Spark - I am not your Uber driverMar 15, 2015 | 4:10Spark I am not your Uber driver Audio
Spark I am not your Uber driver Mar 15, 2015 | 4:10Peer-driven services like Airbnb and Uber are designed to make our lives easier and more convenient by cutting out the middle-man. But they can also have unintended consequences, as we hear from Phylroy Lopez.
Spark - How to unlock your creativityMar 15, 2015 | 10:00Spark How to unlock your creativity Audio
Spark How to unlock your creativity Mar 15, 2015 | 10:00Musician and entrepreneur David Usher argues that creativity isn't some 'special sauce' that you're either born with or not. It's a skill you can learn. He offers tips and tricks for learning to be more creative.
Spark - Is there a future for online commenting?Mar 15, 2015 | 8:03Spark Is there a future for online commenting? Audio
Spark Is there a future for online commenting? Mar 15, 2015 | 8:03Many major publications have made the decision to shut down their online comments sections. Katie Hawkins-Gaar says there's nothing inherently wrong with online comments, it's the way media organizations run them that's the problem.
Spark - 279: Unlocking your creativity, arts startups, the future of online commenting and moreMar 15, 2015 | 53:59Spark 279: Unlocking your creativity, arts startups, the future of online commenting and more Audio
Spark 279: Unlocking your creativity, arts startups, the future of online commenting and more Mar 15, 2015 | 53:59David Usher's new book on how to unlock your creativity. What artists can learn from tech startups. When software replaces middle management. The future of online commenting. The end of Page 1 and the changing face of news.
Spark - This is what happens when your boss is a piece of softwareMar 15, 2015 | 7:27Spark This is what happens when your boss is a piece of software Audio
Spark This is what happens when your boss is a piece of software Mar 15, 2015 | 7:27Services like Uber, 99Designs, and Amazon's Mechanical Turk all rely on human labour. But what happens when managers are replaced by software, and humans aren't necessary? Peter Reinhardt explains.
Spark - The end of Page 1Mar 15, 2015 | 10:51Spark The end of Page 1 Audio
Spark The end of Page 1 Mar 15, 2015 | 10:51As part of their 'digital first' strategy, The New York Times is retiring their longstanding system of pitching stories for Page 1 of the print edition. Nikki Usher says these changes demonstrate new values that are changing the practice of journalism.
Quirks and Quarks - The Next Big Thing - Rockets To The Moon - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 5Mar 14, 2015 | 16:32Quirks and Quarks The Next Big Thing - Rockets To The Moon - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 5 Audio
Quirks and Quarks The Next Big Thing - Rockets To The Moon - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 5 Mar 14, 2015 | 16:32The Next Big Thing series looks at NASA's Space Launch System.
Quirks and Quarks - The Future Of Rockets, plus Canadian Scientists Implant False Criminal Memories In Research Subjects, and more - 2015/03/14Mar 14, 2015 | 55:17Quirks and Quarks The Future Of Rockets, plus Canadian Scientists Implant False Criminal Memories In Research Subjects, and more - 2015/03/14 Audio
Quirks and Quarks The Future Of Rockets, plus Canadian Scientists Implant False Criminal Memories In Research Subjects, and more - 2015/03/14 Mar 14, 2015 | 55:17Creating Criminal Memories, Pulverizing Planets, Lobster-like Sea Creature Was A Giant, Plants Can Tell Who Is Bugging Them, The Next Big Thing - Rockets To The Moon.
Quirks and Quarks - Pulverizing Planets - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 2Mar 14, 2015 | 9:23Quirks and Quarks Pulverizing Planets - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 2 Audio
Quirks and Quarks Pulverizing Planets - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 2 Mar 14, 2015 | 9:23Planet shattering collisions took place in the early life of the Solar System.
Quirks and Quarks - Creating Criminal Memories - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 1Mar 14, 2015 | 12:24Quirks and Quarks Creating Criminal Memories - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 1 Audio
Quirks and Quarks Creating Criminal Memories - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 1 Mar 14, 2015 | 12:24Research suggests we are capable of recalling violent and criminal memories that never happened.
Quirks and Quarks - Lobster-like Sea Creature Was A Giant - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 3Mar 14, 2015 | 8:16Quirks and Quarks Lobster-like Sea Creature Was A Giant - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 3 Audio
Quirks and Quarks Lobster-like Sea Creature Was A Giant - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 3 Mar 14, 2015 | 8:16Fossils of a giant filter-feeding sea creature provide insight into the evolution of related arthropods, like lobsters and scorpions.
Quirks and Quarks - Plants Can Tell Who Is Bugging Them - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 4Mar 13, 2015 | 8:38Quirks and Quarks Plants Can Tell Who Is Bugging Them - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 4 Audio
Quirks and Quarks Plants Can Tell Who Is Bugging Them - 2015/03/14 - Pt. 4 Mar 13, 2015 | 8:38Plants respond defensively with chemical compounds in different way depending on which insects are attacking them.
Spark - AXS Map helps you find accessible places in your cityMar 8, 2015 | 8:11Spark AXS Map helps you find accessible places in your city Audio
Spark AXS Map helps you find accessible places in your city Mar 8, 2015 | 8:11Whether you're in a wheelchair, have a cane, or even a baby stroller, AXS Map is designed to help you find the most accessible places in your city, based on a rating system. The database gathers information on accessibility through crowdsourcing.
Spark - Don't have time to read? New service compresses books to a few pagesMar 8, 2015 | 6:52Spark Don't have time to read? New service compresses books to a few pages Audio
Spark Don't have time to read? New service compresses books to a few pages Mar 8, 2015 | 6:52Blinkist is a new service that summarizes non-fiction titles, so that you can absorb the content of a book in a matter of minutes on your mobile device. It's part of a trend in bite-sized writing, but is it good for books?
Spark - This video game plays itself because you're too busyMar 8, 2015 | 8:24Spark This video game plays itself because you're too busy Audio
Spark This video game plays itself because you're too busy Mar 8, 2015 | 8:24There's a growing trend in low-interactivity games, but when it comes to a video game that can play itself, can we even call it a game anymore?

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