Among the must-see technology conventions to visit are the Cloud Expo in New York, E3 2014 in Los Angeles, MacWorld/iWorld and Dreamforce in San Francisco and South by Southwest in Austin.
“It would be high in sugar and carbohydrates but it’s not going to be high in protein fat,” a SLU nutritionist says.
The Allman Brothers, Glen Campbell and Diana Ross were among the recipients named Friday of The Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Awards.
Charlie talks with Bestselling Author Walter Isaacson about his new book, “Steve Jobs”…with Mo. Air National Guard Veteran Tony Ribaudo about being called up by President JFK during the Berlin crisis…with Occupy STL Protestor Kim Bolin…and with Darrell Smith of the Internat’l Window Film Assn., about federal tax credits for windows.
Chris Sigler, a senior at Sequoyah High School in Tennessee, was shoved by his principal for wearing a t-shirt in support of the school’s formation of a Gay-Straight Alliance which read “GSA: We’ve Got Your Back.” He joins Jon to talk about the incident and what’s next.
Charlie talks with Technology Expert Shelly Palmer who pays tribute to Apple Chief Steve Jobs who died yesterday at the age of 56…Tony Larussa on the Rally Squirrel and last night’s win agst. Philadelphia…Kim Bolin, Wall Street protester set up in STL’s Kiener plaza…Steve Woolf from the Repertory Theater of STL on it 45th season…and, Ralph Rockaman of Sports Print says the Rally Squirrel is “going to press”.
CBS’s Steve Futterman on the death of Steve Jobs. Cards Win! Mike Claiborne talked with us about game 5. Computers and medicine with Dr. Joe. Internet slander and more with Bryan Cave’s Luke Lantta
Steve Jobs has died.
John and Michael talk about a local career fair, the housing slump, Apple’s new iCloud and iOS, and 2012 Republican presidential candidates.