Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that goes behind the scenes of today's most innovative technologies and industries. Each episode takes on a different theme, and host Billy Hurley gives engineers, scientists, and industry experts the platform to discuss their process and share their insights.
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Best Billy Hurley podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Billy Hurley podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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In July of this year, Tech Briefs editors found themselves in the middle of a drone testing ground. Now, the race is on. See how engineers are writing code that can send aircraft through obstacle courses — all without a pilot.
An inspiring episode with LFL's Seattle Mist quarterback, KK Matheny. Get some insight on women's professional football, starting a business, inspiring future generations, and the importance of having a why behind every move in life.By State-Lines
In conjunction with our celebration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, this month's Here's an Idea episode features an interview with Daniel Coleman, editor of the publication NASA Spin-Off. Many of the technologies we use today – from memory foam to our phone cameras – were first developed in NASA missions. In this special edition of Here's an …
An insightful episode with female entrepreneurship champion, podcast host, and all-around incredible human, Gina Moccio. Gain some wisdom from her perspective on self-confidence and what to tell yourself when things get difficult.By State-Lines
Whether you're the owner of a candy shop in Brooklyn or you're one of the giant chocolate makers like Hershey's or Nestlé, you'll want to experiment. In this episode of Here's an Idea, we explore how candy manufacturers large and small turn to technology to support their newest, sweetest ideas.
There was a time where the closest thing we had to a wearable was plugging your sneaker into a computer. But now that we’re so connected, now that we have the ability to gather a treasure trove of data, what do we do with it? We talk with a wide range of experts to explore how sensors are being used to detect concussions, track player performance, …
An exciting episode with musician, speaker, charity champion, and all-around creative, Billy Mays III. Get inspired by his fresh perspective on creativity and bettering the world with his philosophy that there's always more.By State-Lines
When it comes to a better night's sleep, what role should technology play – if any? We talk with two noted sleep specialists and explore some of the innovative products being developed in the emerging field of Sleep Tech. And we go behind the scenes of the manufacturing and prototyping processes of designers who are trying to find new ways to get y…
A fresh episode with hip hop artist, Louis Junior, talking music careers, writing inspiration, sci-fi, and more. Get inspired by his attitude on life, doing something you love, and his perspective on being an instrument in the song of your own life.By State-Lines
Today's cars are more connected than ever before. But the more you open up internal parts of your system to this connectivity, the bigger the chance that those vulnerabilities are accessible from the outside. In this episode, we’ll talk with researchers, including noted Jeep Cherokee hacker Chris Valasek, who have found weaknesses in today’s connec…
Garbage is everywhere — whether it’s paper in your trashcan, plastic in the ocean, blobs in the sewers, or junk floating out in space. In this episode, we talk with researchers who are finding small — and maybe even fun — ways to take out all the trash.
Detecting a potentially-hazardous, near-Earth asteroid requires a community of dedicated researchers, from amateur astronomers to NASA professionals. In this episode, we talk with NASA's Planetary Defense Officer Lindley Johnson, Dr. Bruce Betts of the Planetary Society, and astrophysicist Mike Owens, about working together to detect and deflect th…
You've most likely felt the vibrations of a phone in your pocket, but did you know that the buzzing effect is one of the most basic forms of a field known as Haptics? Haptics refers to any interaction involving touch, or specifically touch feedback. What if vibrations could communicate more to you than just the arrival of a text or phone call? What…
The process for making wine, beer, and spirits has remained relatively the same for centuries. In this episode of Here’s an Idea™, we look at the efforts of vineyard owners, distillers, and brewers who are discovering small ways to innovate and adjust their own crafting processes. We speak with former scientists and engineers who are putting their …
Engineers today are using their creativity to build a variety of superhero-like technologies that enhance our human capabilities, including exosuits, invisibility cloaks, and wall-scaling gloves. What drives these researchers? Were they all comic-book reading dreamers? Or is a need to imagine bigger and better human capabilities just a natural part…
Our return episode after months on hiatus. AJ Hurley returns to talk about his film, "Oh, Death." He talks about his progress, what he's learning along the way, and how life and death are in the power of the tongue. Learn more about "Oh, Death" online at http://www.ohdeathfilm.com.By State-Lines
After a disaster like the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf coast, what if a giant sponge could clean up the area and the wildlife around it? What if a bunch of tiny sponges could quickly save gunshot victims? In this episode of Here's an Idea, we look at how researchers are doing just that, and expanding the sponge concept to entire cit…
Some conditions are too dangerous, or just too mundane, for people. For decades, humanoid robots have been stepping in to take tasks off our hands. One named Manny spent a lot of the 80s being shot with a flamethrower. Another, R2, is currently doing chores in space. In this episode, we look at how humanoid robots have evolved, and why we have the …
On a snowy day in 1926, a physicist named Robert Goddard set out to his Aunt Effie's ranch. What happened next was not your typical day on the farm – Goddard launched the first liquid-propellant rocket. In this episode of Here's an Idea™, we explore how Dr. Goddard's efforts, almost 100 years ago, have inspired generations of rocketeers and spacefl…
Chances are you’ve heard of 3D printing - the modern fabrication process being used today to make everything from football cleats to dental implants. In this episode of Here's an Idea™ we look at how 3D printing began. We speak with the creator of the 3D printer himself, Chuck Hull, who admits he could never have guessed that his "stereolithography…
A fun episode with Nelson Cacciatore of Epic Bodywork & Massage talking philosophy of massage, the human body as living art specimen and what it means to "Move Freely." Get inspired by his outlook on life and the body and how you can "move freely" in life.By State-Lines
ESPN Films' "30 for 30" series will feature Baltimore City's Dunbar High School boys' basketball teams of the early 1980s in an upcoming story.By Radio.com
Duquette got Beckham, the first player chosen in the 2008 amateur draft, from Tampa Bay for minor league pitcher Tobias Myers.By Radio.com
An inspirational episode with Bump Galletta - Illustrator, Creative, Pastor - talking art as therapy, overcoming trauma and trying every option. Hear an incredible story about his road to recovery through art.By State-Lines
16-Time PGA Tour Winner Mark O'Meara Joins ColemanBy Radio.com
US Open '92 Winner Tom Kite Joins Jerry ColemanBy Radio.com
Professional Golfer Billy Hurley III Joined Sports With ColemanBy Radio.com
A crossover episode with Jason Solanes & Randy Ojeda of Cigar City Management/Cigar City Radio, talking music industry, selling out and managing artists. Get inspired by their deeper-meaning philosophy of "Music Should Be Good."By State-Lines
Ravens QB Joe Flacco says Pitta's injury is "a shame" but that Pitta is home and recooperating.By Radio.com
An inspiring episode with Akil Evans - Las Vegas game show host, TV host, podcast host and public speaker - talking life in Las Vegas, pursuing your dreams and the wisdom of dragons. Get ready for his impromptu rap at the end of the episode.By State-Lines
A motivational episode with Jesse Kage - rock radio personality, founder of the Kage Kult Show & Kage The Bay - talking radio, community, believing in yourself and moving forward. Get inspired by his philosophy of putting others first to succeed.By State-Lines
Laffit Pincay joins Sports with Coleman to handicap the upcoming Preakness Stakes.By Radio.com
A thoughtful episode with AJ Hurley - filmmaker, deep thinker & newly resident of Italy - talking taking action on your dreams, life simplicity, filmmaking and moving to Italy. Get inspired by his perspective on the Universe being for you, not against you.By State-Lines
An inspiring episode with Erin Marie Garrett - actress, television host, model and entertainer - talking accomplishing goals, overcoming negativity, saying no and being true to yourself. Don't miss her thoughts on finding the one who believes in you as a person.By State-Lines
Marcus Thompson Joins Sports With ColemanBy Radio.com
A serious episode with Danielle Calhoun of Black Sheep Bride talking marriage, the wedding industry, changing wedding culture and building a business while raising a family. Get inspired by her advice on relationships and boldly going after your passion.By State-Lines
A short episode with Chicago-based artist, Sentrock, talking street art, life as an artist and art as an extension of living. Get inspired by his motto of "Stay Free" to live life fully.By State-Lines
An inspiring episode about telling your story through photos, the value of influence and building friendships through Instagram with Community Cultivator, Stephanie Schulte. Also hear a great philosophy about the importance of people influence over social media numbers.By State-Lines
A fun episode with the brother duo band, Brother Cephus talking about writing songs based on life experiences, tour life, and working with your siblings. Get inspired by their take on making your dreams reality.By State-Lines
Listen to this inspiring conversation with NFL Offensive Lineman, Garrett Gilkey, about facing odds against you, life outside of professional football and finding joy in the mundane of life. Also, find out why he believes making the bed every morning is important.By State-Lines
An encouraging episode with artists Phil Holt & Sarah Guiffrida talking tattoos, creativity, and knowing when to burn your art. Get motivated by their philosophy of discipline and dedication to craft.By State-Lines
Recap Episode One of Nick's season of The Bachelor. These will be up every Tuesday and you can follow along live tweeting @MattieLouC on Mondays when the show airs.By Mattie-Lou Chandler
The infamous recaps are taking on a new format this season. However, the live tweeting will still be a weekly staple @MattieLouC. On this episode we are breaking down each of Nick's contestants on this season of The Bachelor and review top picks for Bachelor Fantasy League. Join our official Bachelor Fantasy League http://games.abc.go.com/bachelor-…
Keith Mitchell stops by to teach you all a new vocab and talk about life as a Web Warrior. The inaugural DAD-BOD-OF-THE-MONTH award is handed out.By Mattie-Lou Chandler
Billy Hurley III squeezed in a quick chat to talk about the Army vs Navy game and his experience at the Naval Academy. One of the nicest and most genuine guys on tour. He managed to squeeze quite a bit into the ten minute window he had.Also do a recap of everything going on in golf during the second half of the week, mainly focusing on my new favor…
An inspiring episode with Ally Ruge - Director of Alumni at Amethyst Recovery Center. Hear her incredible story of addiction, hitting rock bottom, coming back, helping others through recovery and appearing on the Dr. Oz Show.By State-Lines
An inspiring episode with Frank Wells - CEO of World Power & Water and Founder of Venture House (venture-house.org). Learn about alternative energy, sustainable abundance and creating affordable living/work spaces for entrepreneurs and artists.By State-Lines
A poignant episode with Daniel Cole Dodd - founder of Huemanatees, husband and father putting his family back together. Get inspired by his example of authenticity and understanding of true identity.By State-Lines
A delicious episode with Chef Alex Flannery, private chef, restauranteur, recipe mad scientist and Star Wars nerd. Get hungry and get some inspiration from this conversation about the creativity of food and recipes, best protein sources, chasing your dream while raising a family and more.By State-Lines
A challenging episode with JimDre Westbrook, the Worth The Wait Guy/The 30-Year-Old Virgin, motivational speaker, best-selling author & owner of LAYOP Clothing. Get some inspiration and motivation from JimDre about living at your own pace.By State-Lines