Mono vs Multi-Tasking AND “Native Believer”

Gloria Mark, UCI professor of Informatics, at the Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, presents her research which validates what many of us have suspected – that multi-tasking can be hazardous to your health. Put another way, she addresses the virtues of mono tasking.  Her leading edge work continues to explore human computer interactions; stay tuned for more updates.

Then we feast on the wordsmith prowess and richly layered perspectives on Islam in the 21st Century, from writer Ali Eteraz as we talk about his newly released debut novel, “Native Believer,” published by Akashic Books, Mr. Eteraz is one to watch and to keep watching:

TAPS Founder Speaks AND Counting on Your Vote Being Counted

With the scourge of violence perpetrated on more fronts than the mind can process, it is a balm to turn to Bonnie Carroll, founder and president of Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS). For support and for upcoming events turn to:

In the second half of the show OC Registrar of Voters, Neal Kelley speaks to the irregularities that occurred during our recent primary in California, and in Orange County. Register, confirm registration, vote by mail, and or confirm your vote was counted at:

Cobots in Our Backyard

Today everything is coming up Robots. We get onto the assembly-line and into the glue, with three gentlemen in the know about collaborative robots, leading edge technology that will be on display this week at the Open House at 101 Pacifica, Suite 350 in Irvine. In advance of appearing at this event, Craig Tomita, West Coast sales manager of Universal Robots Inc., speaks during the first portion of the show. Speaking together over the larger share of the program are Matthew Bush co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Hirebotics, based in Nashville, TN; and Birk Sorensen, Vice President of Engineering at Emtek, based in Industry, CA.  The new headquarters’ doors open 7-13-16 at 9 am til 3 pm. RSVP to