Tomorrow Daily 129: Walking on the sun, post-mortem Facebook and more
On today's show, we check out a NASA exhibit that puts you in the middle of the sun's activity, debate the usefulness of delegating a "Legacy Contact" to manage your Facebook page after you die, and fill you in on Google's newest search engine feature.
Ashley EsquedaSenior Video Producer
Ashley Esqueda is an award-winning video producer and on-air talent based in Los Angeles. She has been playing video games since she was 3 years old, and loves the history of television. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband Jimi, son Wolfgang, and two very squirrely Italian Greyhounds.
It's almost the weekend, but before you shut down your cubicle and run outside for some fun, we've got one more show to tide you over until Tuesday (we're dark on Monday, since it's a holiday). Today, we're chatting about NASA's sweet Solarium installation, which surrounds visitors in video walls playing high-definition views of our sun, and we're also trying to figure out how we feel about Facebook allowing you to designate a "Legacy Contact" to run your Facebook profile after you die.
Google's new Knowledge Graph is also on our docket, and the stuff we're into this week includes Nerdist podcast
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