Segment 1: Jim and Margery talked about the 2013 National Day of Unplugging. Are you willing to go without your smartphone, laptop or tablet? Would you go through withdrawals?
Segment 2: When does food go bad? Most of us eat it or throw it away by the date stamped on the container. Former Trader Joe's President Doug Rauch said for most cases, this is far too early. Rauch is the founder of The Urban Food Initiative and CEO of Conscious Capitalism. He joined Jim and Margery to talk about making better use of our food.
What's the number one criterion Americans use to buy a camera?
It's not price, it's not megapixels, or zoom capacity, or battery life. It's the color of the camera, says New York Times technology columnist David Pogue.
Forget about price wars, gadget companies are taking design wars to the mattresses. Pogue dropped by Boston Public Radio to give us his take on the gadget wars, who's winning them, and what we'll buy next.
How is Big Data — the information generated from Google searches, GPS, online shopping and more — changing our lives? Kara Miller asked a panel of experts about the benefits and downsides of the international information database.