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Popular Science from NFB-Newsline.
Current content form the Popular Science Magazine
PC World from NFB-Newsline.
Current content form the PC World Magazine
NFB Radio
Welcome to NFB Radio!We are a podcast that explores commercial music. Every week, co-hosts Dr. Fresh, Allen, and Lyons research a different aspect of music, get together, show off some songs, and discuss them. If you like music, if you want to discover new music, or if you just want to get into music, please join us.NFB Radio - Discovering Music Together
Science News from NFB-Newsline.
Current content form the Science News Magazine
The Nation's Blind Podcast
The Nation’s Blind Podcast is where you’ll hear all about what’s going on with the National Federation of the Blind. We will cover an array of topics, what’s in the news, and the Presidential Privilege.
National Federation of the Blind Presidential Releases - English
For many years, our national president has disseminated information to our members across the United States by way of a short recording highlighting major events of the recent past and approaching future.
National Federation of the Blind - Braille Monitor
The leading publication of the National Federation of the Blind (NFB), this magazine is published eleven times a year and covers blindness-related events, activities, and issues.
The Bucky Birt Radio Network
Bucky Birt is the Owner of the popular NASCAR and More Radio Network on the Internet! The Bucky Birt Radio Network brings you shows LIVE and direct to your computer screens!
National Federation of the Blind - Future Reflections
This quarterly magazine (published by the American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults in partnership with the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children) offers parents and teachers a multitude of resources and information based on the positive NFB philosophy.
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Gadgets Anker Sounbuds Curve are champions among cheap, wireless headphones These $30 headphones can go a long wayjust don't tell your audiophile friends.
Animals A fish that barely sleeps could help turn humans into all-night party animals The Mexican cavefish have no eyes, little pigment, and require about two hours of sleep per night to survive.
Gadgets Five rad and romantic ways to turn your home into a karaoke bar On Valentine's Day, warm up those pipes and start serenading.
DIY How to share photos without blasting them all over the internet Show off cute baby pics without losing your privacy.
Entertainment The strange history of the Olympic Torchand why it has to stay lit It's hard to keep a fire burning across a many-thousand-mile relay race.
Lightning nearly struck this kid.
Animals Meet the birds that work as wingmen for other males Welcome to the strange world of cooperative courtship.
Intel releases stable Spectre patches for Skylake PCs, recovering from a bad bout of bugs.
You can get a 3-port car charger for $7.40 today.
PCWorld's February Digital Magazine: Meltdown and Spectre security flaws.
The Full Nerd episode 40: How to survive the graphics card pricing crisis.
Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight 3 Review: A good e-reader trapped in a flawed device.
McAfee Total Protection review: A solid antivirus solution with room for improvement.
Technology Nintendo's Labo cardboard STEM toys are a recycling bin full of fun These are some entertaining chunks of cardboard.
This week in games: A Commodore 64 mini, Rainbow Six Siege adds aliens, RIP MOBAs.
FuboTV Premier review: This service streams lots of sports channels, but not ESPN.
RavPower's 20,000mAh power bank is just $26 right now.
How to send Android SMS messages with Amazon Echo, and why it's a big deal.
NFB Radio
We're looking at some face-melting licks this week! It's all about guitar solos - the stuff that we all tried to use as teenagers to impress the ladytypes.
Let's make each other listen to bands that we like! We've each picked an artist that we love, and the other hosts picked some tracks that they like. Check it out while we indulge in our love for The Aquabats!, The Juliana Theory, and All Time Low during this week's episode!
Head Trip Head Trip Remember those 'spot the difference' games?
CES was surprisingly subdued for cord-cutting.
AMD processors will get a firmware update for the Spectre CPU exploit, but it's optional.
NFB Radio
We're giving some appreciation for the tracks that no one talks about this week! Check out some tracks that were overlooked because of another, more widely successful song on the same album - you'd be surprised that these songs weren't hits!
Get a $20 Discount If You Buy 3 Echo Dots on Amazon, For A Limited Time - Deal Alert.
Save Hundreds On Lifetime Access To Stone River's Tech Training Library - Deal Alert.
The wild Asus ROG Bezel-Free Kit uses light refraction to make monitor edges vanish.
An 8TB external hard drive is $160 right now.
Amazon's Alexa app headed to Windows PCs, exposing Cortana's smart-home weakness.
Google is combining Android Pay and Google Wallet under one brand: Google Pay.
Maximus Camera Floodlight review: Brand X is trying harder.
The Nest x Yale Lock emerges, starts shipping in March.
D-Link's McAfee-powered AC2600 router aims for network-wide protection.
That thing on the back on the Sony Xperia XA2 is a fingerprint sensor.
D-Link introduces its first 802.11ax routers.
Fearlessness is a trait that all thought leaders require in order to create the impact that they’re here to create. In fact, true thought leadership is built upon fearlessness, and this is something that Cathleen Meredith embodies to the fullest extent. Join me and Cathleen for a real AF conversation on fearlessness, thought leadership, and wha ...…
Environment Six volcanoes to watch in 2018 Scientists weigh in on where things will heat up.
Health How to keep your skin from falling off this winter Skincare advice for our favorite chaps.
This week, we took a peek at songs by artists from England/Great Britain/The United Kingdom, and explore some of the best we found. This is what we consider our best playlist to date (even if the dialogue audio isn't exactly as good as we hoped - sorry, and we're working on that!) Cheers!
NFB Radio
In our first artist focus, we take a dip into the music of Michael Jackson - what he wrote himself, some artists he worked with, and how his style changed over his 45-year career. We're going to show some songs that you know, but also some gems you probably have never heard!
NFB Radio
Double the music, double the fun!This week, we look at covers - songs done by one artist that another artist plays in their own style. We've got a lot of genre-twisting goodness lined up for you, and twice the songs we normally play!
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