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PODCAST: Breaking the Google Glass

David Brancaccio Jan 16, 2015
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Mid-day Update

PODCAST: Breaking the Google Glass

David Brancaccio Jan 16, 2015
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On Friday, new regulations go into effect governing the US relationship Cuba. Americans still can’t visit willy-nilly, but there are now 12 categories of visitors who won’t need a license to travel there, including family visits, educational, religious. And how does one get to Cuba, exactly? Plus, Google is ending sales of its Glass eyewear, the heads-up display that linked eyeglass frames to the internet. And sand from a few midwestern states is highly preferred for fracking, and large mines have turned parts of rural Wisconsin inside out. When officials in Trempealeau County tried to limit new mines, mining companies looked closely at how local government is structured in rural Wisconsin- and got creative.

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