We are going to delve deeper into a topic I’ve been thinking about for a while now. I really started thinking about it during Hurricane Sandy and all the problems it has brought to the East Coast the past couple weeks. We make fun of our political candidates, Hollywood celebs and athletes on our favorite teams, but when is comedy appropriate?
One of the most controversial topics when it comes to college sports is whether they should be paid over and above the scholarship they receive. With the value of the scholarships they receive being in excess of $100,000 and sometime approaching $500,000, should they get more?
Have you noticed changes in society with regards to personal responsibility and attitude? It’s been our observation society has moved toward an – It is not my fault – attitude and fail to be responsible for personal actions and commitment. What has the legal system and insurance companies, as example, initiated which provides a sense of it is alright not assume our personal responsibilities?
For a few years now, retailers have been upset because customers come into their brick and mortar stores look at products then ultimately buy from the likes of Amazon, Newegg and others. This has now forced them to price match this holiday season.
When online media is examined, how has it changed your life through the methods we use to consume content? Defining online media is truly undefined; however, understanding its presence and accessibility is a baseline we all need to be aware of. Using today’s technology devices and services such as Roku, Boxee, Apple TV, Hulu, Stitcher Radio, Netflix, Youtube, Phones and Tablets, the availability of 24 hour content is endless. But what is its future? Listen as we discuss.
Especially during the time of General Elections, polls run rapid. How are they measured and what are their influences? There are many types of polls, just not political. Rick and Steve discuss polls and provide examples of good and bad results.