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Alina Luk is one such woman who embodies the international nature of the conference.
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Prohibition might have been repealed in 1933, but modern-day bootleggers are still sidestepping state liquor laws. We'll hear from Jon Nelson, author of "The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter's Wonder." Also why does snow melt? Picture yourself at the beach watching the waves rise and break over the sand.
Now Vermont officials want heavier penalties for people trafficking booze from neighboring New Hampshire. You can see the water gather and rise as each waves comes in. You watch the peaks and valleys rolls onto the beach.
NPR also agreed to turn its satellite service into a cooperative venture (the Public Radio Satellite System), making it possible for non-NPR shows to get national distribution.“From my perspective, it comes from long, hard experience doing it badly,” he said.“Resources are always tight and so there’s probably a fear of burning too many cycles on something that…doesn’t go right.” But he said the rapid-release schedule encourages unconventional projects like I Heart NPR, and very few ideas are swatted down.“The digital media staff here is about half the size of the one I had at USA Today and probably produces twice the output,” he said.
Retrieved November 8, 2017, from Chicago Phelps, Andrew." This is not your ordinary Saturday afternoon speed dating event.These entrepreneurs have projects all around the world, including Cambodia, Bulgaria, France, and the U.Its content is also available on-demand via the web, mobile, and podcasts.It’s what allowed NPR to develop its i Pad app in one month, or two sprints, just in time for the i Pad’s launch in April 2010.(That app just surpassed one million downloads.) I asked Wilson, who used to run digital operations at USA Today, why it can be so difficult for other large organizations to churn out new projects — and how he’s able to do it now.NPR also agreed to turn its satellite service into a cooperative venture (the Public Radio Satellite System), making it possible for non-NPR shows to get national distribution.