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Film experts will weigh in on the results, the frontrunners and the breakout stars from the past year in movies.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: Oscar Panel
Hear Chuck Rosenberg tale of surviving a fall from a cliff.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: Taking the fall
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The Alberta Premier say there will be hard time for the province due to low oil prices.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: Jim Prentice
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Nightmare before Christmas
A new television for a penny? This past Friday, a software glitch caused many items on Amazon's UK website to be dramatically under-priced. Dan Misener has a behind-the-scenes look at what happened. Includes an interview with retailer Stephen Palmer.
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It's only been around for about a year, but the anonymous social networking app Yik Yak has raised a lot of money and created a lot of controversy. Includes an interview with Rick Jones, principal of Chilliwack Secondary.
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Facebook is tweaking its News Feed algorithm, and it'll have a big impact on anyone who uses Facebook to promote themselves, or their business. Includes an interview with Dani Gagnon of The Like Button.
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A look at two algorithmically-aided approaches to email overload.
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Imagine if your entire forearm became a touch-screen display. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed “skin buttons” – a smartwatch system that uses laser light to turn your wrist into a touchable, tappable computer interface.
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One step closer to the Holodeck
A look at RoomAlive, a project from Microsoft Research. Includes an interview with Raj Sodhi.
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