Lying On The Beach

Lying On The Beach

A “Beachy” Podcast by Steve Greenberg and Lois Whitman-Hess discussing all things tech and non-tech in an ever-changing and ever-annoying world we live in.

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May 9, 2022 26 min
Recently Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis’s signed the “Parental Rights in Education” bill — some call it the “Don’t Say Gay” bill — some say this bill is just about keeping the topics of sex and gender away from young children, … Continue reading →
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Emotional moments for Carnival’s 50th birthday commemoration Maurice Zarmati is one of the original Carnival Cruise line team, he started in 1972 as Southeast regional representative and ultimately became VP worldwide sales, before going on to lead Costa Cruises of … Continue reading →
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On June 24th— we were all shocked to learn that a condo tower in Surfside, Florida had collapsed overnight. We have since learned that 97 Residents died in that collapse. It was tragedy that not only stunned South Florida— it’s … Continue reading →
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f you watch the news— you know there are people who are making millions buying and selling NFT artwork, sport clips and more. It stands for “non-fungible token.” So what is an NFT? AND should you be investing in an … Continue reading →
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Dr. Jeff Young, a psychologist who specializes in sleep, mood and anxiety disorders at UCLA, and his private practice in Encino, CA, is with us today to talk about the Oculus Quest 2. Oculus Quest 2 is a virtual reality … Continue reading →
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Ana Thue is currently a student at Emory University getting her degree in Physical Therapy. She hopes that one day she’ll become a physical therapist for dancers. BUT that’s NOT why we are talking to Ana— its because of where … Continue reading →
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January 7, 2021 27 min
After 36.5 years, January 4th, was Jefferson Graham’s last day at USA TODAY. He was one of the best known the tech columnists in the country. He is also famous for his photography, podcasting, videos and as a long-time jazz … Continue reading →
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In this episode Lois Whitman-Hess and Steve Greenberg are Lying On The Beach On Camera with the CEO behind the social media marketing app Ripl. Clay McDaniel is the CEO of Seattle-based Ripl, Inc. Ripl is a year-round, 24/7 affordable … Continue reading →
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November 17, 2020 22 min
David Chesky is an American pianist, composer, producer , arranger, and co-founder of the independent, audiophile label Chesky Records. He is also co-founder and CEO of HDtracks, an online music store that sells high-resolution digital music. David Chesky has won … Continue reading →
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Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis, Maurice De Hond, a Dutch tech entrepreneur and well known pollster, has been involved in data analysis as a way to explore the way the virus spreads. His degree in Human Geography at … Continue reading →
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