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Field Notes with Thane Maynard
12:31 am
Fri November 16, 2012

Leilani Munter - Carbon Free Girl/Race Car Driver

Leilani Munter

She may seem like a walking dichotomy, but Leilani Munter does not see it that way. An avowed environmental activist and vegetarian with a degree in biology, she is also a race car driver. She is using her track time and interaction with race fans as a way to spread her messages of reducing our carbon footprint and the benefits of going green. She’s on the phone to talk about her unique life with Thane Maynard in this week’s Field Notes.


Reuse & Recycle Computers
12:31 am
Fri November 16, 2012

Cincinnati Computer Cooperative

Cincinnati Computer Cooperative at work

Daniel Meek is the program director for the non-profit Cincinnati Computer Cooperative, which works to recycle old computers into working, viable products for use by schools and other non-profits. As their mission statement points out, the organization would like to improve the student-to-computer ratio in order to better prepare students for higher education and careers. Daniel Meek came by our studios to talk with Mark Perzel about Cincinnati Computer Cooperative and how businesses and individuals can be part of their effort.


Focus on Technology
12:31 am
Fri November 16, 2012

When Computers Become as Smart as People

Singularity Rising by James Miller

A new book, Singularity Rising, suggests computers are on the path to becoming as smart as people. In this week’s Focus on Technology, Ann Thompson, in an interview with author James Miller, reports on how soon it could happen, which country will have the technology first, and what could derail it.


The Big Screen
12:31 am
Fri November 16, 2012

Review: Liberal Arts

Columbus, Ohio, native Josh Radnor is best known for his lead role in the TV sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.” But in his spare time, Radnor also indulges in multi-faceted filmmaking. Liberal Arts, his second film, has his name all over the credits as writer, co-producer, director and star of this tale of coming to grips with how your life has turned out after college, and how his character, and others in the film, deal with the disappointment and loneliness of it all. Virtually every character in this exploration is angst-ridden and looking for something different.

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November 18, 2012
12:31 am
Fri November 16, 2012

The Ohio State Legislature

Maryanne Zeleznik speaks with Statehouse News Correspondent Bill Cohen about the current lame-duck session of the Ohio state legislature and the upcoming session for next year.


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