technology

Harry Shearer
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This week on Le Show, Harry presents Our Smart House, News of the Olympic Movement, News of the Warm, News of the Godly, “Hip Hop Cops, Apologies of the Week, and more.

Harry Shearer
Harry Shearer / Harry Shearer

 

This week on Le Show, Harry presents Let Me Tell You About the Bees, World of Microplastics, Harry Reads the Trades, The Apresidentice, News of the Godly, Apologies of the week, and more.

Electric Girls

The tech world is still a man’s world. Women account for only 5 percent of start-ups and 25 percent of computing jobs. Flor Serna is helping to close that gender gap with Electric Girls, a local organization that provides classes for girls to learn electronics and computer leadership skills. NolaVie’s Renée Peck invites Flor into the studio for this week’s Notes from New Orleans

Harry Shearer
Harry Shearer / Harry Shearer

This week on Le Show, Harry Shearer presents News of the Olympic Movement, News of the Land of 15,000 Princes, Let Us Try, News of Inspectors General, the Apresidentice, Apologies of the Week, along with satirical skits, musical selections from Harry, and more.

Tech Giants Testify Before Senate Judiciary Subcommittee

Oct 31, 2017
Annette Elizabeth Allen for NPR

Tech giants are testifying before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Tuesday about Russian efforts to spread disinformation in the United States.

Peter Ricchiuti and guests on this week's Out to Lunch.
Alison Moon / It's New Orleans

Where are you right now? At home? In the car? In a coffee shop? At school? It doesn't matter. Wherever you are, with a small piece of consumer electronic equipment you could also be sitting at the table with Peter Ricchiuti at Commander’s Palace. Or Peter could be sitting next to you in the car, or in your kitchen. This cutting edge hologram technology is based in what’s called Virtual Reality.

It’s not science fiction. It’s coming soon to a Best Buy near you.

Peter Ricchiuti, Lowry Curley and Patricia Maher.
Alison Moon / It's New Orleans

As you know, statistics can be twisted to mean anything we want. How about this computation? If every one of the 9 million tourists who visit New Orleans was to visit one of the 400,000 locals, you’d only have 23 visitors a year. You’ve probably had more folks than that over to watch a Saints game, right?

Two New Orleans revolutionaries, Patricia Maher and Lowry Curley, join Peter Ricchiuti for a fascinating look at a New Orleans that seems to be changing faster and more radically than ever.

Peter Ricchiuti.
Alison Moon / It's New Orleans

We’ve seen major sectors of the US economy change over the last few years. Retail and energy have both been shaken up. But probably nothing has gotten more people shaken up than changes in healthcare.

Peter's guests on this edition of Out to Lunch are shaking up healthcare in New Orleans.

Dionne Grayson / It's New Orleans

There are two types of people in the world. The type that think 3D printing is the new industrial revolution. And the type that says, “What the heck is 3D printing?”

There’s a local 3D printing company called Entrescan that’s hoping to convert the Type B folks to Type A with a phone app called Scandy.

UPDATE: Internet service has been restored to the WWNO studios, and all web streams should be back to normal operation. Reach out to comments@wwno.org if you are having an issue.

A denial of service attack directed at the Louisiana state Internet network has completely shut down the University of New Orleans' connection to the wider Internet.

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