Thorogood boots was a finalist in this year’s “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin” competition. We talk with the company’s president. Then, a Milwaukee professor discusses his new book about the effects of buttons and switches on the human psyche.
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Thorogood work boots recognized in statewide manufacturing competition
A boot company was a finalist in this year’s “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin” competition. We talk with the president of Weinbrenner Shoe Company about the challenges and rewards of making Thorogood boots.
New book explores how buttons and switches changed the way humans interact with the world
Without a second thought, humans push buttons thousands of times a day to easily achieve complex tasks. We talk with a Wisconsin professor about his new book, “The Switch: An Off and On History of Digital Humans,” which examines how switches and buttons have changed our collective psychology.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Avery Lea Rogers Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Jeff Burns Guest
- Jason Puskar Guest
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