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Nature Bats Last – 01.03.17

This week NBL speaks with Forrest Palmer of Wrong a Kind of Green. We took calls and touched upon collapse, quitting our jobs, defaulting on debt, the emotional roller coaster that is the Doomesphere and steps towards the exit of the dominant culture. Mike’s book, Chasing A Different Carrot is now out and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Google Books.

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IF YOU ARE HAVING STREAMING PROBLEMS PLEASE READ BELOW!

Attention all PRN Listeners! We have heard from a few of you in regards to having trouble streaming prn on your computers and phones, and we want to let you know a couple ways to fix these problems.  Try updating your adobe flash player Try updating google chrome USE A DIFFERENT WEB BROWSER. (DO NOT USE GOOGLE CHROME) Try listening …

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Ask Beatty – 11.29.16

Listeners are always curious about Beatty’s background. So today she talks openly about her family, career and her own challenges. She also encourages people when difficulties arise to not despair. But rather, we all need to take a deep breath and acknowledge, address and resolve our problems one by one with or without professional health.

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Kasia Tarczynska – America’s Most Prosperous Companies Get $2 Million Per Job Subsidy at Their Data Centers

Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple and Facebook, America’s most well-known brands and most prosperous firms, are demanding that states and localities provide them ever-larger economic development subsidies to support their data centers. Last year these five tech giants reported nearly $120 billion in pre-tax profits, and yet they told states and localities they needed financial help to build new data centers, …

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RICHARD DAVIES – WHY COMPANIES MAKE THEIR PRODUCTS WORSE

There is much about computing to make the blood boil – the badly timed crashes and the endless software updates are frustrating. Yet most annoying of all is the fact that some products seem needlessly bad. Anyone setting up a home office, for example, will find that Microsoft has made the cheap version of its software worse by stripping away its email …