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New Music Thursday: Will Butler's 'Anna' [Watch]

Thursday is the day where we mix in more brand-spanking-new tracks than usual on the air, so why not keep in line with the day’s theme here on 93xrt.com?  95 more words


9th Annual Homeless Project Connect

Jan. 29, 2015 (San Diego) San Diego held it’s 9th annual Homeless Project Connect. This event is a resource fair for the homeless in the city of San Diego. 437 more words


Wireless Auction Ends With Nearly $45 Billion in Bids

Wireless companies bid nearly $45 billion for airwaves in the Federal Communications Commission’s largest ever auction of wireless spectrum.

It took 341 rounds of bidding, but the auction finally concluded Thursday morning at a record-setting sum. 149 more words


Government Says Fewer Americans Have High-Speed Broadband, Making for Less Competitive Market

More than 50 million Americans no longer have access to high-speed wired Internet service. That’s because federal regulators upped the official definition of broadband to 25 Mbps Thursday. 631 more words


Comcast changes customer's name on bill to “Asshole Brown”

The name on Ms. Brown’s bill had been changed from the reader’s husband’s name, Ricardo, to “Asshole” Brown. Ms. Brown tried to get Comcast to correct the name, going so far as to visit her local Comcast office and phone more senior Comcast execs in the Washington state region. 14 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

Practice Intentional Absences

In our non-stop, always-connected world, we need to consciously unplug and disconnect from the world OFTEN.

For Gen Xers and older folks, we remember when times existed when there was just silence. 483 more words

Gen X

The Wall Street Journal: The Economic Argument for More Aid to the Elderly Poor


KAREN LINCOLN: A rising tide lifts all boats. This idiom, typically referring to the economy, suggests that a good outcome will benefit all. There has been much debate about whether economic growth benefits the rich, middle class and poor, equally. 112 more words