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How you and Amazon can teach the poor about Ebola on Driving the Nation October 16, 2014 4:33 pm

Do you shop on Amazon? If so, you can help get the word out to people in third world countries about Ebola. Many of the people in Liberia, Sierra Leone and other countries that are fighting Ebola are beyond poor, they live without electricity, they are illiterate. It does no good to hand them a [...]

2015 Honda Fit has the most configurable room in the segment on Driving the Nation October 15, 2014 11:25 am

Hiro Hayama, Honda Fit product planner manager, talks to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, Driving the Nation about the amount of usable room in the 2015 Honda Fit. Not only can you configure the Fit in many useful ways, you can carry more in the Honda Fit than the Ford Fiesta, as shown in this video. [...]

Warren Brown and Lou Ann Hammond chat about cars on www.washingtonpost.com October 10, 2014 October 14, 2014 10:05 am

Good Morning Warren and friends One of the chatters asked about the Mazda USB issue, saying, “Mazda UK is working on its third version of a replacement USB module that fixes many of the USB problems, yet here in the U.S. we aren’t getting any love from Mazda USA. Would you please ask Mazda what [...]

Miles Johnson, H.M.A. Connected car manager Blue Link 2rd generation on Driving the Nation October 13, 2014 11:59 am

Miles Johnson, Hyundai’s Connected car manager Blue Link 2rd generation, talked to Driving the Nation about the 2nd generation of Hyundai’s Bluelink. Hyundai has partnered with Google for a search function that shows points of interest (POI) that is done with the push of a button on the rear view mirror. Johnson goes through more [...]

World’s Last Remaining Forest Wilderness at Risk on Driving the Nation October 12, 2014 12:41 pm

By Stephen Leahy UXBRIDGE, Canada, Sep 5 2014 (IPS) – The world’s last remaining forest wilderness is rapidly being lost – and much of this is taking place in Canada, not in Brazil or Indonesia where deforestation has so far made the headlines. A new satellite study reveals that since 2000 more than 104 million [...]


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  • How you and Amazon can teach the poor about Ebola on Driving the Nation
  • October 16, 2014 4:33 pm
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    Do you shop on Amazon? If so, you can help get the word out to people in third world countries about Ebola. Many of the people in Liberia, Sierra Leone and other countries that are fighting Ebola are beyond poor, they live without electricity, they are illiterate. It does no good to hand them a [...]

  • Miles Johnson, H.M.A. Connected car manager Blue Link 2rd generation on Driving the Nation
  • October 13, 2014 11:59 am
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    Miles Johnson, Hyundai’s Connected car manager Blue Link 2rd generation, talked to Driving the Nation about the 2nd generation of Hyundai’s Bluelink. Hyundai has partnered with Google for a search function that shows points of interest (POI) that is done with the push of a button on the rear view mirror. Johnson goes through more [...]

  • World’s Last Remaining Forest Wilderness at Risk on Driving the Nation
  • October 12, 2014 12:41 pm
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    By Stephen Leahy UXBRIDGE, Canada, Sep 5 2014 (IPS) – The world’s last remaining forest wilderness is rapidly being lost – and much of this is taking place in Canada, not in Brazil or Indonesia where deforestation has so far made the headlines. A new satellite study reveals that since 2000 more than 104 million [...]

  • The 2015 Honda Fit Strategy with Hiro Hiyama on Driving the Nation
  • October 6, 2014 3:19 pm
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    Hiro Hiyama, Product Planner for the 2015 Honda Fit talks about the strategy of the 2015 Honda Fit. Every model has an entry level car, as does the Honda Fit at $15,525. Why not make it under $15,000, the magical number for most of the “top ten cars under $15,000″? Honda Fit has 100% back [...]

  • The impact on wildlife from fracking on Driving the Nation
  • October 5, 2014 11:23 am
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    By Stephen Leahy A decade into North America’s fracking boom, the impact on wildlife and the environment remains largely unknown, according to a new study. “We’re conducting a giant experiment without even collecting the important data on the water, air, land or wildlife impacts,” said Sara Souther, an ecologist at the University of Wisconsin, one [...]