When Technology Fails – An Interview with Matthew Stein

Listen as FTM Weekly Radio Host, Jerry Robinson, interviews author Matthew Stein about his latest book, When Technology Fails. Listen as Stein explains the six dangerous trends confronting our world. He concludes with strategies for preparing for a disaster if it were to strike your community. The entire interview is about one hour in length. Enjoy!

Special Guest Interview: Matthew Stein (http://www.whentechfails.com) (Best-Selling Author, Columnist, Engineer)

Matthew Stein is the author of the best-selling book, When Technology Fails, a comprehensive manual on sustainable living skills. He holds his degree in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Stein has appeared on numerous radio and television programs and is a repeat guest on Fox News, Lionel, Coast-to-Coast AM, and the Thom Hartmann Show.

You can learn more at http://www.whentechfails.com

About the Host: Jerry Robinson (FTMDaily.com)

(Published Author, Conference Speaker, Economist)

Jerry Robinson is an economist, published author, columnist, international conference speaker, and the editor of the financial website, FTMDaily.com. In addition, Robinson hosts a weekly radio program entitled Follow the Money Weekly, an hour long radio show dedicated to deciphering the week’s economic and geopolitical news. You can hear more interviews online at http://www.ftmdaily.com

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About the Author

Jerry Robinson
Jerry Robinson is the author of Bankruptcy of Our Nation: Your Financial Survival Guide. In 2010, Jerry created FTMDaily.com with a mission to wake up Americans and share with them the principles of true financial and spiritual liberty. Every Tuesday he hosts the FTMWeekly Radio, a podcast covering economic and geopolitical topics. Jerry has been blessed to be able to lecture around the globe on the topic of economic and geopolitical trends. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Tulsa and resides with his family in the beautiful Ozark mountains. See more