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Spark is a blog, radio show, podcast and an ongoing conversation about technology and culture.

  • Apr 25, 2009
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Nora Young does a weekly radio show/ podcast about technology and culture that is relevant, interesting and incredibly entertaining. A lot of the content is listener driven from feedback on the blog. Check this out...it is a 'must subscribe' on Itunes.

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July 05, 2009

I bet they have a lot to say these days with the effects of technology (videos, youtube and cellphones) on the Iranian election and protests. You might be interested in checking out my review of Neda. I just added a bit of wiki information to your data point so that other Lunchers can enjoy their story. Thanks for the review. Have you ever contributed to their content?

May 04, 2009
Sounds interesting- any specific shows that stand out as really informing? I am a tech geek nowadays!
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Spark is a weekly audio blog of smart and unexpected trendwatching. It’s not just technology for gearheads, it’s about the way technology affects our lives, and the world around us.

What’s a Spark story? Wikis in the workplace, Guitar Hero in your living room, or why the new trend in design is the trailer park.

Spark is a conversation that happens on the air and here on the Web. Spark is something you and the Spark team build together. You can join the conversation by checking out the blog for the stories and leave your comments. Get your voice on the air by leaving a message.

Spark is produced in Toronto by Elizabeth Bowie, Dan Misener, and Nora Young.

When Elizabeth Bowie was six years old, she decided she wanted to be a reporter. When she was seven, she had her birthday party at the CBC studios in her hometown of Halifax. And when she was eight, she wrote to the CBC and asked if she could have a job. Lizzie still has the letter HR sent back to her thanking her for her interest and asking her to wait ten years. She did, and soon after arrived on the doorstep of CBC Ottawa. There, in the tallest turret of the old Chateau Laurier studios, she worked as the early morning traffic reporter, the arts reporter and with GO, CBC’s national Saturday morning show. Elizabeth now lives in Toronto, and when she’s not kicking up her heels with Nora and the gang, she can be found in dingy piano bars, singing the Carly Simon Songbook.

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