Hazards Week
Hazards Week - Texting has become a dominant form of communication since its arrival in 1992. With 20 billion SMS messages sent each day across the globe, it may finally be time to declare a time of death for the phone call.
This week, DJs Molly and Dane talk about awkward situations and how to survive them. They also discuss stay at home moms, feminism, and what not to do on a first date.
Hazards Week - Data about dangerous IPs is but one of many computer-crime measurements recorded in a new report by the intelligence and security company, Webroot. The Webroot 2015 Threat Brief revealed alarming criminal hacking trends from information collected from tens of millions of the company’s users.
Hazards Week - Shared cabbie systems like Uber and Lyft have burgeoned in recent years, filling assorted holes in the medallion cab market. However, even those services have their downfalls, such as congesting city streets. How robo-cabs could be the beginning of a transportation revolution.
In an age when the latest technology, medicine, or super-foods are developing at an exponential rate, how do we know what's hazardous and what's not? BTR Pulse hosts Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis talk with people about the greatest health hazards in our lives and how we can all be more mindful of them.
Hazards Week - The first date is a bizarre ritual: two people agree to go out together, without the company of any other people they know. Avoid these hazardous first date behaviors to make the whole experience a little less awkward.