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Episode 62: Science Cafe talks about voting

Episode 62: Science Cafe talks about voting

January 24, 2020

Granite Geek recaps this month's Science Cafe and looks ahead to February. 

Episode 61: Gas stations folding

Episode 61: Gas stations folding

January 9, 2020

Granite Geek discusses the drop in gas stations and why gas-powered cars might be starting to have the same "range anxiety" as EVs. 

Episode 60: Save the apples

Episode 60: Save the apples

December 19, 2019

Granite Geek discusses a project in New Hampshire to save the old, weird apple varieties in the area. 

Episode 59: ‘Monitor’ readers use ranked choice voting to thin Democratic field (theoretically)

Episode 59: ‘Monitor’ readers use ranked choice voting to thin Democratic field (theoretically)

December 10, 2019

In mid-November, the Monitor tried to test ranked-choice voting by printing a pretend Democratic primary ballot and seeing what readers thought. The response was far more than anticipated. 

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.