Tag: CES

  • CES 2019

    CES 2019 is here, and The Impromptu breaks down the most interesting news from the event and figures out what it all means for consumers.

  • CES 2018

    The overarching topic for this week is innovation. Iterative innovation. Because innovation is iterative, meaning many changes over a longer course of time—often small changes—it's sometimes difficult to see the big picture.

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    2: Windows Tablets – Do They Make Good Writing Gear? And The Best From CES 2016

    Last week I talked about the most interesting laptops to come out of CES, the yearly Consumer Electronics Show. This week I’m taking a look at the tablets announced at […]

  • 1: The Most Interesting Laptops of CES 2016

    CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, is one of the biggest technology showcases in the world and is where most major tech companies announce all the gadgets they’re going to put […]

Learn Me Something
Learn Me Something
Learn Me Something is a podcast that celebrates our ignorance as the beginning of the search for truth. Every week we select diverse subjects outside our neurosphere. The intent is to learn and teach something, for all of us. Recognizing the evolving world we live in, our goal is to teach critical thinking strategies to enable us to see past falsehoods.
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Synopsis: This week on “Learn Me Something,” Aaron and Rich delve into the history of yoga. The beginnings of Yoga were developed by the Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India over 5,000 years ago.

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