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First Aired - 10/22/2009 08:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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October 22, 2009; On this episode of Burning Down the House Curtis B. Wayne discusses marketing, advertising and pure hucksterism with Steve Smith, Jamie Waugh and Katy Keiffer. http://burningdownthehouse-radioarchitecture.blogspot.com
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architecture, architect, design, Burning Down the House, built environment, Roberta's, Heritage Radio Network, Steve Smith, Jamie Waugh, Katy Keiffer, I support the left but I am leaning to the right, working hard promotes anti-social behaviors, socially retarded, visibility is the at the utmost importance, free work, trade shows and events, love at first site does not happen at a trade exhibit, networking, all of who you know, rub elbows, be in as many places as you can, prime allies, team opportunity, black tie events, meet the players, Center for Architecture, AIA, American Institute of Architects, Heritage Ball, shameless hucksterism, Brick Institute of America, information modeling, BIM, Building Information Modelling, ConAir skylight, marketing, acquiring other firms, selling expertise, sell technical prowess, knowledge of current interfaces, design beauty, preplanned, sHOP architecture, Star-chitects, White Architects, Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, venustas, building decorators, 41 Cooper Square, Phillip Johnson, commodity engineering services, advent of Green culture, vox popular, forensics, John Hancock Building in Boston, PPG, target strength with the scope of work, retail banking, sales pitch, indirect promotions, marketing versus businesses development, selling quality and friendship, Bernardo Fort-Brescia, Harry Helmsley, Tonica, put up some kites, www.ssmithconsulting.com, Sharples brothers, Thom Mayne,

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First Aired - 01/12/2012 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on the Farm Report we see the return of guest Jesse LaFlamme from Pete and Gerry's Organic Eggs. Jesse goes in depth about why big agriculture has gone the way it has with sometimes over 600,000 hens being stuffed in cages in a single barn and why he chooses to keep his chickens cage-free and certified humane. Tune in to learn about the life cycle of chickens and their breeding and laying patterns as well as what exactly a pullet egg is. Remember, an egg a day will keep you healthier and happier! This episode is sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.

"Everything is mechanical and down to an exact science [now] . . .it takes out the nuances that farmers usually have in terms of the relationship they have with their animals."

--Jesse LaFlamme on The Farm Report


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First Aired - 11/15/2009 01:15PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On Part Q of The Main Course, Katy is joined by independent book maverick Henry Zook of Brooklyn Book Court & Drew Becher of NYRP.
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Hearst Ranch, Drew Becher, Executive Director for the New York Restoration Project, founded in 1995 Bette Midler, started with volunteers cleaning up New York City, helped clean up the canyons in LA, Fort Washington, High Bridge Park, community gardens, saved 120 properties, urban farms, parks, in 2006 A Million Trees NYC was launched, NYC 2030 plan, parks department, honey locust, Harlem River master plan, NYRP, Swindler Cove Park, Bloomberg, children's garden, The Manhattan Project, http://www.NYRP.org, green collar jobs, Obama administration, internships, summer programs, one on one help and assistance, job training, urban gardening, The New Leaf restaurant, Roberta's, an acre can feed 50,000 people a year, this can be an amazing model for other cities, farming is one of the biggest polluters in the country, tomato blight, cooking classes, Alice Waters, http://www.nypr.org, recreational opportunities, vertical farming, seasonality has become frivolous,
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Henry Zook, Brooklyn Book Court, http://www.ibnyc.org/, catty teenage girls, Barnes & Noble, consignment, self published authors, Brooklyn, community authors, book tours, local radio, local television, www.bookcourt.org, Brownstone's, Zack Zook, best seller lists, Shelf Awareness, Costco, Sam's Club, big box deals, 40% of all books in the country go to wholesale clubs, eBooks, Amazon, Publisher's Weekly, Greenlight, screening process for authors, sales, internet promotion, facebook, twitter, free marketing tools for authors and bookstores, the author has to do more legwork themselves, self promotion, New York Times book review, Oprah, there are few outlets for book promotion, Independent Book Sellers of New York City, independent authors are approachable, corporate chains, independent book sellers are like a book review,

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