Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, May 6, 2014
May 6, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, May 6, 2014

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Google has announced that its Shopping Express same-day delivery service (initially offered near San Francisco) will now be extended to parts of Los Angeles and Manhattan. It's Google's answer to Amazon Prime. So why are the companies so focused on  same-day delivery? Plus, Merill Garbus, the lead singer of tUnE-yArDs, joins us to talk about how she went from being just another "chick with a ukulele" to being an artist known for performing with a looping pedal and drum machines. 

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Not just another "chick with a ukulele"

May 6, 2014
Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs finds the human side of drum machines on "Nikki Nack."

Google has announced that its Shopping Express same-day delivery service (initially offered near San Francisco) will now be extended to parts of Los Angeles and Manhattan. It’s Google’s answer to Amazon Prime. So why are the companies so focused on  same-day delivery? Plus, Merill Garbus, the lead singer of tUnE-yArDs, joins us to talk about how she went from being just another “chick with a ukulele” to being an artist known for performing with a looping pedal and drum machines. 

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