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Episode 58: What is ranked choice voting?

Episode 58: What is ranked choice voting?

November 13, 2019

Granite Geek explains how ranked-choice voting works and how you can practice. 

Granite Geek Episode 57: Discovering NH’s archaeological past
Granite Geek Episode 56: Open source college textbooks
Episode 55: Why does NH send 1000 animal teeth to Montana every year
Episode 54: David Brooks isn’t very modest, especially about his blood
Episode 53: 3D printing is alive and well, in soft form

Episode 53: 3D printing is alive and well, in soft form

August 13, 2019

Granite Geek looks at a 3D printing conference at Dartmouth College and what it says about a technology that has gone through the whole hype cycle.  

Episode 52: Trees in streams can be good

Episode 52: Trees in streams can be good

August 6, 2019

Granite Geek explains why some foresters are adding trees and branches to smaller streams. 

Episode 51: Online review believability

Episode 51: Online review believability

July 31, 2019

Granite Geek discusses a Dartmouth study that looked at what people thought of Tripadvisor reviews. 

Episode 51: Amherst Zero-Carbon Housing

Episode 51: Amherst Zero-Carbon Housing

July 23, 2019

Granite Geek David Brooks tells you about a planned housing development in Amherst, N.H., that is taking an innovative approach to carbon. The homes would be carbon neutral and the surrounding farm would help make the development carbon negative.

Episode 50: Arsenic and Old New Hampshire

Episode 50: Arsenic and Old New Hampshire

July 16, 2019

N.H. recently tightened its arsenic regulations to 5 parts per billion, leading the way in the country. Arsenic is naturally occurring in groundwater and linked to illnesses such as bladder cancer.