In The Moment ... April 5, 2017 Show 065 Hour 1
Can understanding algorithms change your life for the better? Ali Allmosawi is the creator of "An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments." His new book is called "Bad Choices: How Algorithms Can Help You Think Smarter and Live Happier. He joins us to talk about using the fundamentals of problem solving to lead you to better choices every day.
The Jeni Fleming trio comes to the Performing Arts Center of Rapid City tomorrow and Friday. We talk about the discipline of music as well as its freedom and flow.
The shoebox full of old letters threatens to become a thing of the past. April is National Letter-Writing Month, an event started by the U.S. Postal Service and picked up by stationers. One of them is Egg Press, who donated correspondence kits to the Rapid City Public Library. Several women gathered earlier this week to pick up kits and begin the challenge of writing 30 letters in a month. SDPB's Victoria Wicks spoke with some of those women, as well as with her uncle and aunt, who carried out their courtship in 1951 by mail.