JETLAG RADIO 056 | 057 | 058 | 4-24-17

Hi there. I've just added playlists # 056, 057, and 058.

The first track of playlist 058 stems from Solarstone's new EP. It's really good so be sure to check it out.

Here is the latest music video from Logic. It's a really great song, the video is great, and I cannot wait for his new album (5/5/17). His older album "Under Pressure" is one of my favorite albums of all time. He also had 4 mixtapes that were pretty cool.

  • The Outline has started a playlist series. This month, a conversation on the daily nightmare of #ClimateChange [Outline]
  • Barack Obama says he wants to focus on training young leaders [The Economist]
  • Today Is The Best Day to Plan for the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 [SPACE.COM]
  • The Age of AI [HBR]
  • Google's New Chip Is a Stepping Stone to Quantum Computing Supremacy [MIT Tech Review]
  • Routes to the Future Vol. 2 [UPS Longitudes]
  • Elon Musk's Billion-Dollar Crusade To Stop The A.I. Apocalypse [Vanity Fair]
  • The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI [MIT Tech Review]
  • A More Realistic Augmented Reality [MIT Tech Review]
  • 3-D-Printed Sneakers, Tailored to Your Foot [MIT Tech Review]
  • Stephanie Busari: How fake news does real harm [TED]
  • Everyday Emergency: The MSF Podcast [MSF]
  • The Bernie Sanders Show podcast [Bernie Sanders]
  • Cities of 2050: Data and Technology Will Fuel Megacities of the Future [UPS Longitudes]
  • Google's Dueling Neural Networks Spar To Get Smarter, No Humans Required [WIRED}
  • Supercomputer Simulation Offers Peek at the Future of Quantum Computers [MIT Tech Review]
  • Astronomers May Finally Have the First Picture of a Black Hole [Nat Geo]
  • The Countries Most (and Least) Likely to be Affected by Automation [HBR]
  • The Bizarre Digital Book You Must Destroy Before Sharing [WIRED]
  • A Simple Visual Proof of a Powerful Idea [QUANTA Magazine]
  • California Today: GoPros, Audiobooks and Other Perks of the Library [NY Times]
  • Can podcasting save the world? [Techcrunch]
  • Engineering the Perfect Astronaut [MIT Tech Review]
  • Apple appears to be interested in the satellite internet business [The Verge]
  • How to Pull Water Out of Thin Air, Even in the Driest Parts of the Globe [MIT Tech Review]
  • Why You Should Read Books You Hate [NY Times]
  • SpaceVR, SpaceX to launch VR Camera into space, bringing the astronaut experience to all [Mashable]
  • A New Blast May Have Forged Cosmic Gold [QUANTA Magazine]
  • IAM - √Čtranger [YouTube FR]
  • Anime comes bearing hope [Outline]
  • The Growing Case for Geoengineering [MIT Tech Review]
  • Microsoft Says it Will Simplify Windows Updates into Two Per Year [Fortune]
  • Steve Ballmer's new project sheds light on U.S. Government spending [Techcrunch]
  • Alphabet has quietly become the most influential player in Silicon Valley health tech [CNBC]
  • Alphabet seeks 10,000 volunteers -- and their health data -- for a massive medical study [The Verge]
  • A hundred days of Trump [New Yorker]
  • Macron and Le Pen advance to the second round of the French election [The Economist]
  • This teacher Raised $80,000 To Buy New Bike For Every Kid At School [Global Citizen]
  • The Usefulness of a March for Science [New Yorker]
  • Can Trump Avoid A Government Shutdown On His 100th Day? [FiveThirtyEight]
  • The End of Foreign Aid As We Know It: Trump Budget would gut development assistance and fold USAID into State [Foreign Policy]
  • Use Data and DNA To Fight Disease [Intel AI]

I got to watch "La Patrouille de France" recently. It was an amazing airshow. They're the French equivalent of "Blue Angels." I watched some of the Coachella livestream last week. Two performances that really stood out to me were Kendrick Lamar and Steve Angello. Kendrick's album is really good, still trying to decipher all the lyrics, I think he said he has more music coming. Steve Angello set a great precedent, and his upcoming album ought to be something really special. Right now, Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance 2017 just came out, so I'm looking forward to listen to it. Silicon Valley is back on HBO, this season ought to be good. Also, "Genius" starts on Nat Geo this week. I hear Doctor Who is in its 10th season? I need to start watching this show. In addition, I'm looking forward to reading Senator Warren's new book "This Fight is Our Fight: The Battle to Save the America's Middle Class." Lastly, my birthday is next month, so I'd like to take the opportunity to raise awareness for charity: water. More information here.

Until Next Time!