Friday, March 28, 2014

The DubaiEye Jukebox with

OK this is the best time of the week to really crank the radio and get into some fantastic middle east independent music.

Here is whop we listened to this week.

talk back # 04 425 9308

- end of flux

Samad is a Filipino rock band with elements of punk, hardcore and metal added in their music. They are currently based in Qatar.
Rikki Morillo and Red Dilan played their first gig in Doha, Qatar on a labour camp during the summer of 2008. Dilan formed Mournful Lhabia circa January 2009 while Morillo left to join another band. The two re-joined to compete in Ramada-Qube’s "Clash: Battle of the Bands” during November 2009 where both played the guitars together with ex – Strobe / Tsunami member: Mike Bermudez on drums, ex – Po...See more

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The folk rock band was formed in 2011 by Driscoll (who plays rhythm guitar and piano), Daniel Tovey (lead and rhythm guitars, vocals) and Jonathan Coulles (percussion, acoustic guitar, vocals) in Birmingham, UK. Their Filipino bassist Lakshmi Ramirez joined the group this year after Driscoll saw him at a gig in Dubai in February.

Bullet Proof

Mc/Singer/Song Writer/Co-Producer Based in Jeddah Saudi Arabia and Dubai.

Moh Flow Started Off In 2005 Rhymin' after he watched his older brother (AY) for Many years, Getting Most of his insight on Rap/Hip-Hop Music.And Since Then He's Been Mastering his Mc Skills to rise And Take His Place Among The Greats! His First Mixtape "Nothing Personal" Was Dropped In 2010.Since Then Moh Flow Collaborated With The Run junction Crew And They Released Their " J City Chronicles Vol.1 ". in March 23rd 2012 he Released his mixtape "Peace Love & Music". November 24th 2012 he released his mixtape "Born Ready". A Mixtape with Ayzee is in the final stages! to be released early 2013.

Kamal Musallam
-out of my city

Charlie al Maamaeri
-Funny Whisper


Week Planner Stephanie March 26

Stephanie Kaur joins the program to help you plan your week in Dubai! and here are the show notes.
Below is the running order.

Where I checked out last week

Blue Marlin
RichList Private Island party
Media One Hotel
(its not been a heavy week) haha

Top 5 things this week!

Straight from the Source

Where to catch me…

Karma Kafe Brunch (Friday)
Dubai World Cup (Saturday)
The Act (Sunday)
Mahiki (Tuesday)

March 25 GetFitRadio

Marcus Smith is in the house to get your fitness issues sorted!

DocTalk March 25

And here it is the DocTalk show! Lots of good medical conversation as always.

And a question about drowning in phlem!

Here are the notes!

Dr Shereen Habib, Well Woman Clinic

Dr Sean Petherbridge Keith Nicholl Medical Centre

04 425 9308 talk back

Izzy and Max at the desk

In the office?

Strep throat and viral gastroenteritis -


-people coming to the doctor who are not unwell ( why do schools need the well letter)
-fungal infection

1.a why boys need to know about the period

1. Technology and a disease detecting breathalyser.

2. keeping track of vaccinations!

3. the power of the nose!

4. too much in the hands of the patient? Blood test and your smartphone

5. How to deal with spring allergies

6. homework is making kids sick? your thoughts!

7. Male fertility
But it is their effect on the human reproductive system that hasmost worried researchers. A growing body of work over the last two decades suggests that phthalates can rewire the male reproductive system, interfering with the operation of androgenic hormones, such as testosterone, that play key roles in male development. That mechanism, some experts believe, explains findings that link phthalate exposure to changes in everything from testicular development to sperm quality.

8. New test, nice!
A new at-home stool test screens for colorectal cancer with more than 90 percent accuracy, researchers report.
"That kind of result is really unprecedented for a noninvasive stool-based screening," said study co-author Dr. Steven Itzkowitz, director of the gastroenterology fellowship program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City.
Though not yet approved for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Cologuard test features a DNA analysis not included in other fecal exams.
"By increasing the pick-up rate in this way," said Itzkowitz, "we found that the new test had a 92 percent sensitivity for detection of colorectal cancer."

9.Ebola Virus

Cartalk March 24

The boys from join me, as always and they have a lot to talk about. Fraser was on a review roll, but no clue about the radio in any of the vehicles. HOWWWWW!


The notes.

Calling during the 1st 15min to talk about the campaign.
Drivers  and Passengers taking the pledge will commit themselves  to the following 4 points;
√ YES – Seat belts – by EVERYBODY in your car!
√ YES – Indicators - every time you change lanes!
ø NO – Speeding!
ø NO – Mobile Phone: not without proper hands-free equipment!

341 so far!

-2015 Escalade what do you think? Ugly!

-would you buy a car from a rental car fleet?

-the new Ferrari California

-I have Infiniti Q60 Hybrid sneak preview and a few days in a Land Rover LR2 4 cylinder.

TechTalk March 24

Andrew and I got down to business talking tech.

Here are the show notes.

Want to contact Andrew

app of the week - oldie but goodie, convert those business cards into contacts


Yurbuds – AED 249/- available on & Virgin megastore

-yes and no
-big pieces in the ear not for general use
-sound quality ok

·         Fitbit Flex 549/- avialble at<> Virgin Megastore, Beyond the Beach, GO sports

-prefer the readout
-see the dots
-nice design


1. all gmail encrypted now HttpS good?

Google, whose executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, said in November that he was outraged over the practice, didn't mention the NSA in Thursday's announcement, except in a veiled reference to "last summer's revelations." The change affects more than 425 million users of Google's Gmail service.
Yahoo has promised similar steps for its email service by this spring.

2. anti social networking App!
This is cool really!

The concept works using data from Instagram and Foursquare to provide real-time updates. Major networks Facebook and Twitter aren't included in the service (Twitter is ‘too vague', according to the company), but the makers hope to add more social networks in the future.
"Cloak scrapes Instagram and Foursquare to let you know where all your friends, "friends," and nonfriends are at all times so you never have to run into that special someone," claims the app.
Cloak is the latest app in the ‘anti-social network' trend, in which online users are increasingly valuing privacy over publicizing their every move.

3. fun really and interesting is a nonsense way! 1st tweet! Twitter is 8!

Getting ready to WOW a group of students!
Tonite on Nightline DXB 103.8fm at 8pm we speak to DFWAC about Human Trafficking in the UAE and 9pm we chat to Boris the Hypnotherapist

Wondering what your first-ever tweet was? For its eighth birthdayTwitter launched a tool that helps users travel back in time and find their very first tweets.

Twitter blocked in Turkey

the history of twitter

4. Evernote now adds a little more handwriting recognition for android and this is cool to me!

It took us a long time to figure out exactly how to make this work. We think we have it. It’s beautiful, powerful and we’re excited to bring it to you today. Show us your best handwriting and give the Evernote community ideas through our #EvernoteHandwriting page.

An Integrated Handwriting Experience

Our realization was that a fluid handwriting experience would be one that lets you easily move from writing to typing to taking photos and back all within a single note.

4. I love this!

Sensing an opportunity, the 2014 TED Fellow—along with a few colleagues—built the just-launchedMolecular Flipbook. It seeks to fundamentally change the way biochemists can model their research and share their renderings, while also creating a library of shareable assets to help increase more speed and flexibility into the process. For example, one researcher may be working on an interaction between two proteins, while another may be working on something similar, but instead of having to start from scratch they may be able to add their third protein to the rendering of the existing pair. Iwasa says this more rapid prototyping of experiments or theories helps facilitate discussion around the researcher's hypotheses—and does it much faster.

5. Mobile Mobile Mobile

Mobile devices will account for 50% of Google paid-search clicks by December 2015, according to Marin Software. The company predicts in a report released Wednesday that mobile will become the primary channel for search as investment in these devices increases, surpassing 42% this year.

6. This is too fishy! found some bitcoins down the back of the sofa

Bankrupt Japanese firm MtGox said in a filing that it has found 200,000 lost bitcoins.
The firm said it found the bitcoins - worth around $116m (£70m) - in an old digital wallet from 2011.
That brings the total number of bitcoins the firm lost down to 650,000 from 850,000.
MtGox, formerly the world's largest bitcoin exchange, filed for bankruptcy in February, after it said it lost thousands of bitcoins to hackers.
"MtGox had certain old-format wallets which were used in the past and which, MtGox thought, no longer held any bitcoins," said Mt Gox chief executive Mark Karpeles in the filing.

7. Hooray flappy birds is back!
Addictive mobile game Flappy Bird will return to Apple's app store, creator Dong Nguyen has confirmed - although he declined to give a specific date.
On Twitter, a fan had asked if he was going to put the game back in the app store.
"Yes. But not soon," Mr Nguyen replied, later adding: "I don't work by plan. I will release it when it is done."
Mr Nguyen removed the popular game in February, saying its popularity had ruined his "simple life".

8. thast is a lot of watches
Pebble is definitely proving the smartwatch market is growing. The company sold 400,000 devices last year, snagging somewhere around $60 million in revenue.
And in 2014, the company is well on track to double that revenue number.

9. muppets
Saw this, just crazy!

10, What is this programming language? Oh Google is at it! Slow but sure.

By some measures, Google's Go programming language is a non-factor in development. Google Trends, which measures general interest in a search term,hardly registers a blip for Go compared to more established programming languages like Java, C++ and JavaScript.
But this doesn't tell the whole story. While it's basically impossible to figure out thenumber of jobs requiring Go skills, due to its generic name, there are a number of sources (see here, here and here) that suggest Go is gaining momentum as an important programming language for employers.
The best leading indicator of Go adoption, however, is its rise in open source development.
According to Redmonk analyst Donnie Berkholz's analysis of Ohloh, which tracks 600,000 open source projects, Go adoption is real and growing:
While nearly 1% of Ohloh-tracked projects may seem small, Berkholz puts it in context:

11. iTunes store for android oh that is getting interesting!

Apple's iTunes store may still be one of the most popular sources for downloading cheap music, but you need an iOS device to take advantage, and that leaves a heck of a lot of smartphone owners out in the cold. Rather than have those users hand over heaps of cash to competitors, it makes sense for Apple to bring its iTunes store to Android. And according to Billboard, that's exactly what Cupertino may be considering.

12. Should this stuff be on the internet? CRAZY KID!