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    Cornucopia Radio Show Podcast

    A collection of the best sketches, jokes, music, radio plays and creative madness broadcast on “The Cornucopia Radio Show"

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    Marvel Podcasts

    Listen up, True Believers! Marvel.com presents the Marvel Podcast, featuring chat, interviews, discussions, and general wierdness from the wide world that is Marvel Entertainment. Presenting perspective from both the Skrulls and Iron Man, this trailer is filled with clues as well as insight into the coming invasion. Who can you trust? How deep does this conspiracy go? Well, True Believers, get ready to find some answers in this incredible animated trailer!

  • Design Critique: Products for People

    Design Critique encourages usable product designs for a better customer experience. Using principles and experience from our careers helping clients and employers create usable products, we critique software and hardware based on long-term experience with them in our own lives. We also interview our peers in the user experience-related fields of User-Centered Design (UCD), human-computer interaction (HCI), usability engineering, information architecture, technical communication, interaction design, customer research, and more! All while maintaining a light-hearted spirit of inquiry about how we can improve the world by designing products that serve people better. Tim and Tom debate the merits of the Sony Shower CD Radio, model ICF-CD73V. Topics include the difficulty of designing for a complex audience, and the need for buffers in electronics so they remember things like: point last played on a CD, their settings when batteries are changed, and a few seconds of music to compensate for bump-induced skips during playback.

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    Artvoice TV

    Buffalo, NY's favorite alternative newsweekly Artvoice presents Artvoice TV. Regularly updated video content covering Arts, Music, Film, Theater, News, Politics, Local Western NY Interest and more.

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  • A Gardener's Notebook with Douglas E. Welch

    Come join me in my garden! Share my trials and tribulations as I garden in Southern California with occasional audio and video interviews and visits to gardens. The Troy-Bilt TB154 Electric CultivatorListen to this review Watch video of the cultivator in use When I moved to Los Angeles 22 years ago, I left behind my grandmother's ½ acre garden and our own ¼ acre plot behind the house. I thought little of gardening for almost 10 years. Some people are good with houseplants. I am not one of them. So gardening was fondly remembered as something I did way back when. It seemed like everyone in my hometown (New London, Ohio, pop. 2600) tended a garden and I spent my childhood with a hoe in my hand, riding a lawn mower, behind huge rototillers and eventually driving tractors around our small farm. Finally, twelve years ago we purchased our first home and inherited a 10 year old, quite mature, garden. My wife and I typically tended the garden with shovel and hoe, but when I received an offer from Troy-Bilt to review some of their products, I jumped at the opportunity. We have a variety of beds on the property and after 12 years they could all use a bit of TLC. I thought an electric cultivator could help a lot. The Troy-Bilt TB145 Electric Cultivator(Click to get more info from the Troy-Bilt web site) arrived in a box about 4'x 2' we found on the porch one day after returning from Little League practice. I was eager to try it out, so like