[Listen] The Memory Dump – The Future of Computing – 12.03.12

In this episode of The Memory Dump, hosts Eldon Schoop and Casey Spencer are joined by guest host Ali Salamat and special guest Grantland Hall to bring you a factual (!) overview of…the future!  The computing industry is changing every day, so what is the next big thing?  Is it an iPhone with an even wider screen?  Probably not.  Is the Raspberry Pi something you should eat?  Find out by listening!

[Listen] Brahmas Live – 11/29/12

Brahmas Live is a weekly sports talk show hosted by Ethan Hanson and the sports editor of the Roundup Charlie Knapp. This week, the boys ran down the remaining winter schedules for women’s volleyball and men’s basketball and then switched gears to pro sports.

[Listen] The Memory Dump – Apples to Oranges – 11.19.12

Hosts Eldon Schoop and Casey Spencer have decided to turn over a new page and produce the first logical and factual show…but will they be sued by Apple for doing it?  Also on the program, what is the future of AMD?  And do audiophiles have a point or is it just audiofoolery?  Find out by listening!

Clarification: Our Program Director wished to point out that digitally-recorded cassette tapes (and definitely DAT tapes) may suffer from the same sampling rate issues as other digital formats.  We just wanted to clarify we were talking about pure analog (i.e. reel-to-reel) tapes when comparing digital media to analog media.

[Listen] Proposition 34 – Encuentro Latino – 10/17/12

On Today’s show, we invited a student  Evelyn Mauricio to discuss a political issue in reference to the debate held at Pierce College, The Great Hall 10/11/12.  She shared her opinion on how Proposition 34 affects the community as well as religion and morals.  The Proposition purpose  is to eliminate the death penalty in California and replace it with life in prison without the possibility of parole.