Lynn and John talk to Jerome Kagan, professor of psychology at Harvard University and author of "The Human Spark: The Science of Human Development". In the second half, Billy Lau, computer science researcher at Georgia Tech, who discovered that attackers can compromise your iPhone through chargers and apps.
Co-hosts Nell and Chris first speak with Canyons Environmental Manager Dana Edwards and Director of Public Relations Steve Pastorino about what the new Vail/Canyons relationship means for environmental programs and sustainability at the resort. After that, Chris and Nell discuss some items in the news including the EPA’s announcement restricting the application of neonicitinoids on plants which honeybees forage.
The Historic Park City Association says it supports the current configuration of the Park Silly Sunday market but would like to see the hours cut in future years. The Association is now asking Main Street businesses to weigh in on the issue. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.