In this edition of Mountain Money Mike from Ramp Sports talks about building ski's in Park City. Susan Fowler talks about her book: Why Motivating People Doesn't Work: And What Does? Then it's Glenn Dureen from Consumer Reports to talk about about Electric Gadgets.
In todays edition of Cool Science Radio we go from cyber warfare to the geeks, hackers, and geniuses who created the digital revolution, we have two guests who will blow your mind. First, It's Shane Harris, a national correspondent for the Daily Beast to talk about The rise of the Military-Internet Complex in his new book AT WAR. Then it's Walter Issacson the the author of the definitive biography of Steve Jobs, back with a new book: The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution.
Lynn Ware Peek is joined by guest co-host Rudy Tessnow. They speak with Mary Christa Smith, program director for Summit Community Power Works. It's the program that has been established to help Park City win the $5 million dollar Georgetown University Prize that seeks to encourage communities to reduce their energy consumption.
Today, Chris and Nell first speak with Todd Wilkinson, author of "Last Stand - Ted Turner's Quest to Save a Troubled Planet" (and return bison to the American West). Then they speak to Richard Heinberg, a Senior Fellow at the Post Carbon Institute and author of a number of books on energy and the economy including: "Snake Oil: How Fracking’s False Promise of Plenty Imperils Our Future".
In this edition of Mountain Money, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Jeffrey Dyer, co-author of The Innovators Method: Bringing the Lean Start-up into your organization. Then, they speak with Todd Henneman, co-owner of Storm Cycles about their new Nordic Center. Lastly, Bryan Kessinger from Workforce Development Specialists talks about seasonal employment opportunities.
In this edition of The Morning Mix, hosts John Wells and Peg Ijams welcome young Utah singer and former American Idol contestant Kenz Hall who performs in studio. Also Renee Wong from the Utah Symphony is interviewed.
In this edition of The Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney first speak with Alex Cohen, Phd, he’s a sports psychologist for the US Olympic Committee and will deliver a lecture at the Utah Olympic Park to talk with young athletes and their parents about how to adjust and form their thinking and attitudes around their sport and competition.
Then, a conversation with Dr. Paul Coleman, he’ll talk about what to do with the grief, anxiety and downright depression you might feel after your candidate or party comes up short in the mid-term elections.
In this edition of This Green Earth, hosts Chris and Nell talk about how a Republican-controlled House and Senate will impact environmental regulations, the Keystone XL Pipeline and the U.S.E.P.A. David Goldstein, Public Affairs Director with the NRDC is their guest.