It’s Future Week on BTR!
Featured guests on today’s episode of Third Eye Weekly include Zoe Reich, environmental specialist at Edwards & Zuck. Reich joins us to discuss the future of geothermal heating in residential homes and urban structures. With the next Hurricane Katrina or Superstorm Sandy ever-looming in the distance, will geothermal heating provide an adaptive measure in an era marked by extreme climate change?
And later, we bring you an interview with Gabriel Weinberg, founder of Internet search engine DuckDuckGo. DuckDuckGo’s policy emphasizes user privacy and thus does not record personal information without an opt-in. On today’s program, Weinberg discusses privacy on the net as it stands today and where privacy policies might go in the future.
If you’d like to submit a poem to be featured on the air, please send us an mp3 and the text of the poem to thirdeyeweekly dot gmail dot com. Just keep sound quality and next week’s theme (First Time!) in mind.
Without further ado …
(Official The Moor cover art)
(Official The Romance of the Telescope cover art)
Mission of Burma
(Official Vs. [Remastered] cover art)
December 14 – Paard Van Troje – The Hague, Netherlands
December 15 – 4AD – Diksmuide, Belgium
January 18 – The Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
January 19 – The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA
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