Aired 10 months ago 5:21
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Aired 11 months ago 33:02
Can tech help cities nudge us to live better lives, without things getting weird? In this episode, we look at how technology is making the popular behavioral science tool known as "nudges" more prevalent in cities, from tackling sign-ups for food stamps to reducing congestion downtown. Molly and Jim talk with Emily Bailard, the CEO of InClass Today, a startup that uses nudges to help school districts reduce student absenteeism; and Anthony Barrows, managing director of Ideas42, a nonprofit that helps cities use these behavioral science tools to improve social outcomes.For more information on this episode, visit citylab.com/podcasts/technopolis. And email us your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aired 10 months ago 66:48
Bonnie & Clyde Pt. 2
The fame of their crime spree from 1932 to 1934 came about mostly by chance. But their resulting deaths were no accident. Bonnie & Clyde both knew well where their criminal journey would end and they marched toward their demise with wide smiles and characteristic passion.Parcasters - If you liked this episode, you'll love our podcast Female Criminals! This week we're covering Gertrude Lythgoe, famed run runner.
Aired 1 year ago 40:21
26 | Moore
From the rescue of Jessica Lynch through the recovery of Extortion 17, Nicholas Mooreâ€™s Ranger career was punctuated by historic episodes of valor and endurance. The author of Run to the Sound of the Guns shares his story on this episode.