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Millaista on tulevaisuuden liikenne?

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Futuristi Perttu Pölönen sekä liikenne- ja viestintäministeriön lainsäädäntöneuvos Kirsi Miettinen pohtivat, millaista on tulevaisuuden liikenne ja miksi tulevaisuudesta keskusteleminen on tärkeää? Antti Ellosen vetämässä jaksossa mietitään myös sitä, kuinka hyvin Suomen lainsäädäntö mahdollistaa automaation kehityksen sekä sitä, miten ilmastonmuutos vaikuttaa kaikkeen. Entä vähentääkö digitaalisuus ihmisten tarvetta liikkua? Espoon Leppävaarassa käydään juttelemassa Sensible4-yrityksen varatoimitusjohtajan kanssa siitä,…

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[Stewart Baker] Sandworm and the GRU's global intifada

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[Episode 286 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] This episode is a wide-ranging interview with Andy Greenberg, author of Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar and the Hunt for the Kremlin's Most Dangerous Hackers. The book contains plenty of original reporting, served up with journalistic flair. It digs deep into some of the most startling and destructive cyberattacks of recent years, from two dangerous attacks on Ukraine's power grid, to the multibillion-dollar NotPetya, and then to a sophisticated but largely failed effort to bring down the Seoul Olympics and pin the blame on North Korea. Apart from sophisticated coding and irresponsibly indiscriminate targeting, all these episodes have one thing in common. They are all the work of Russia's GRU. Andy persuasively sets out the attribution and then asks what kind of corporate culture supports such adventurism – and whether there is a strategic vision behind the GRU's attacks. The interview convinced me at least…
          

Media and Defamation Law – The Pupillage Podcast

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‘The recent announcement by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — aka Harry and Meghan — that they are planning to sue Associated Newspapers after the Mail on Sunday published a private letter from Meghan to her father, has put the spotlight on media and defamation law – the topic of this episode of the pupillage podcast. We hear about celebrities and super injunctions, but also learn that nothing is beyond the reach of this fascinating area of law, from anti-semitism, to medical research, to the parish newsletter. If you’re interested in the conflict between free speech and privacy, and in truth and opinion then this episode is for you.’ Full StoryThe Pupillage Podcast, October 2019Source: soundcloud.com
          

Daily Podcast: Blue Jays get transaction season started

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Welcome to But First, Sports, a daily Yahoo Sports Canada podcast that gives you a full update from the previous evening's biggest sports stories every weekday morning. Find the show on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. The Toronto Blue Jays got their off-season started with a trade and a handful of minor roster moves at the bottom of the 40-man.
          

8 Tools to Help You Generate Ideas For Your Podcast

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How do I come up with an idea for episodes? This show just celebrated 14 years in podcasting, and I would be lying if I said it was easy to come up with ideas for an episode every week. I will say this. There are some episodes that I feel are great, and I get...

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DigiGods Episode 185: Never give up, Never surrender!

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From Milestone, the seminal L.A. Rebellion classic Bless Their Little Hearts, plus Disney’s new Lion King, The Wizard of Oz and Scarface on 4k, another Merchant Ivory classic on Blu, a not-so-classic Schwarzenegger on Blu and our exclusive interview with Galaxy Quest writer David Howard on the occasion of the film’s 20th Anniversary Steelbook — and his special surprise for Galaxy Quest fans…

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In this episode, the Gods discuss:

  • 3 Lives (DVD)
  • Ambition (Blu-ray)
  • Angel of Mine (Blu-ray)
  • The Art of Racing in the Rain (Blu-ray)
  • The Art of Self Defense (Blu-ray)
  • Art of the Dead (DVD)
  • Bless Their Little Hearts (DVD)
  • Blood Myth (DVD)
  • Brother Can You Spare A Dime? (Blu-ray)
  • Charlie's Angels (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (Blu-ray)
  • Disney’s The Lion King (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Ellipse (DVD)
  • Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Galaxy Quest Anniversary Steelbook (Blu-ray)
  • Good Omens (Blu-ray)
  • Gothic Harvest (DVD)
  • The Kitchen (Blu-ray)
  • Landing Lake (DVD)
  • Lost City Of The Jungle (Blu-ray)
  • Madness in the Method (DVD)
  • A Man for All Seasons (Blu-ray)
  • Marla (DVD)
  • Masterpiece: Press (DVD)
  • My Samurai (Blu-ray)
  • Ophelia (Blu-ray)
  • Prey (DVD)
  • Quartet (Blu-ray)
  • Red Heat (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Scarface Gold Edition (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Skateboard (DVD)
  • Snow Falling on Cedars Collector's Edition (Blu-ray)
  • Strange but True (Blu-ray)
  • Stuber (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Tattoo of Revenge (DVD)
  • Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans (Blu-ray)
  • Them That Follow (Blu-ray)
  • Undercover Brother (Blu-ray)
  • Veronica Mars (2019): The Complete First Season (Blu-ray)
  • Vikings: Season 5 Volume 2 (Blu-ray)
  • The Wave / The Quake (Blu-ray)
  • Wild Rose (DVD)
  • The Wizard of Oz (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Wonder Woman: Bloodlines (4k UHD Blu-ray)
  • Yellowstone Season 2 (DVD)

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TMI T.I.: Rapper goes with daughter to yearly gyno visit to ‘check her hymen’

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It’s one thing to be an overprotective father. It’s another to overstep those personal boundaries. Rapper T.I. makes it an annual tradition to go with his 18-year-old daughter to the gynecologist to “check her hymen” in an effort to make sure it’s “still intact.” During an interview on the Ladies Like Us podcast with Nazin […]
          

Axis War Heroes: Hans Ulrich-Rudel – AWH 110419

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Messerchmitt talks to Sven Longshanks and Dennis Wise about Hans-Ulrich Rudel and his incredible war record.

He destroyed 519 tanks, 1 battleship, 4 armoured trains and over 150 artillery positions, as well as making rescue flights into hostile territory taking off from muddy fields after picking up his downed comrades.

He even continued his flying missions after having one leg blown off and was awarded the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross with Golden Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds.

Luckily at the end of the war he surrendered to the Americans and managed to avoid accusations of lampshading and soap making at the kangaroo court in Nurembourg.

He even managed to avoid having his family watch stolen, despite attempts to do so by the victorious allies.

Hans Rudel was an example to us all of selfless dedication to his nation and we will be hearing more from Schmitt about other European axis war heroes in future podcasts.

Presented by Messerschmitt, Sven Longshanks and Dennis Wise


Axis War Heroes: Hans Ulrich-Rudel – AWH 110419




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Radio Free Northwest: The Fall of Civilisation – RFN 102619

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In this episode, The Count of Letis talks about the rise of the New World Order.

What is in store for us and how we can overcome the fall of our civilization and rise from its ashes.

The Count of Letis also talks about how we can come together in the PNW as a new nation and regain the upper hand in the struggle for survival.

Included are two music breaks. These are Christian and Pagan folk songs.

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Episode 612 - Cellphone Problems

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In this 67 special, Andy and Dave talk A LOT about cellphones.

          

Daily – Problemas de cobertura, RAM, Photoshop y Apple TV+

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  Hoy traemos varios temas a nuestro podcast diario. Dos fallos importantes detectados en iOS 13.2, como las pérdidas de cobertura en los usuarios de Movistar (¿también en otras?) que parecen estar relacionadas con algún problema de compatibilidad con las antenas de telefonía en los iPhone anteriores al iPhone 11, aunque parece que los más afectados son los iPhone X. También hablamos de la mala gestión de la RAM que parece realizar iOS 13.2, de la pésima app de Photoshop que se ha lanzado para iPad, y de Apple TV+ y su app. iOS 13.2 cierra las apps en segundo plano Apple TV+ tiene el bitrate más elevado del mercado Photoshop llega al iPad En este podcast (casi) diario hablaremos de noticias importantes que ocurran de forma inmediata, pero también de temas interesantes. Tendremos durante toda la semana activo en Twitter el hashtag #podcastapple para que nos preguntéis lo que queráis, nos hagáis sugerencias o lo que se os pase por la cabeza. Dudas, tutoriales, opinión y review de aplicaciones, cualquier cosa tiene cabida en este podcast diario que quiero que sea lo más cercano posible a vosotros, los oyentes. Os recordamos que que si queréis formar parte de una de las comunidades más grandes de Apple en español, entréis a nuestro chat de Telegram (enlace) donde podréis opinar, preguntar dudas, comentar las noticias, etc. Y aquí no cobramos por entrar, ni te tratamos mejor si pagas. Os recomendamos que os suscribáis en iTunes en iVoox o en Spotify para que los episodios se descarguen de forma automática en cuanto estén disponibles. ¿Quieres escucharlo aquí mismo? Pues justo debajo tienes el reproductor para hacerlo. También puedes seguirnos en nuestro blog (enlace) y en nuestro canal de YouTube (enlace)
          

Daily – Termina la semana que pudo ser y no fue

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Termina la semana en la que se esperaba una keynote que nunca llegó, y en la que supuestamente íbamos a tener muchas sorpresas por parte de Apple, que nunca llegaron. El lanzamiento de los AirPods Pro y el anunciado lanzamiento de Apple TV+ se antojan muy escasos para un último trimestre del año en el que Apple supuestamente debería tener preparadas muchas sorpresas. En este episodio hablo de los AirPods Pro, de Apple TV+, de HomeKit y de la compra de Fitbit por parte de Google. Análisis de los AirPods Apple lanza Apple TV+ Google compra Fitbit Usa etiquetas NFC para controlar HomeKit En este podcast (casi) diario hablaremos de noticias importantes que ocurran de forma inmediata, pero también de temas interesantes. Tendremos durante toda la semana activo en Twitter el hashtag #podcastapple para que nos preguntéis lo que queráis, nos hagáis sugerencias o lo que se os pase por la cabeza. Dudas, tutoriales, opinión y review de aplicaciones, cualquier cosa tiene cabida en este podcast diario que quiero que sea lo más cercano posible a vosotros, los oyentes. Os recordamos que que si queréis formar parte de una de las comunidades más grandes de Apple en español, entréis a nuestro chat de Telegram (enlace) donde podréis opinar, preguntar dudas, comentar las noticias, etc. Y aquí no cobramos por entrar, ni te tratamos mejor si pagas. Os recomendamos que os suscribáis en iTunes en iVoox o en Spotify para que los episodios se descarguen de forma automática en cuanto estén disponibles. ¿Quieres escucharlo aquí mismo? Pues justo debajo tienes el reproductor para hacerlo. También puedes seguirnos en nuestro blog (enlace) y en nuestro canal de YouTube (enlace)
          

Countrybox, voor de echte liefhebber…

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Countrybox Een podcast die gevuld is met heerlijke country en bluegrass muziek. De ideale podcast voor de liefhebbers. Samenstelling en presentatie: Alex van Beek countrybox@omroeplingewaard.nl
          

De Vergeten Hits met Jeff Healey, Little River Band e.v.a.

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De Vergeten Hits Deze podcast bestaat uit een aantal ‘pareltjes’ van de popmuziek. Zo zijn te horen: Jeff Healey, C.C.R., Little River Band e.v.a. Samenstelling: Willie Neijenhuis devergetenhits@omroeplingewaard.nl
          

Prepping 4 Picard #4: Season 3 Episodes

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#Prepping4Picard continues with our 4th episode in the series! This week, we cover our Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 episodes off our Top 20 Quintessential Picard list. This week's episodes include "Yesterday's Enterprise", "Captain's Holiday", and "Sarek"! Plus, we talk about our first look at Admiral Picard's uniform from the IDW comic cover and Star Trek: Destination.

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How bad leadership culture can ruin a business

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This article is an excerpt from an episode of Startup Snapshot, a Tech in Asia podcast that features the leaders and innovators in the Asian startup scene, and discusses the highs and lows of their founder journeys. It is heavily... Continue Reading →
          

109. Live from the Studio: National Tissue Trends

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In case you missed it, The Deal With Yield® podcast went live from the studio. During this recording, Joel and Jon discussed tissue testing and regional nutrient deficiency trends. With more than 45,000 tissue tests analyzed in 2019, the guys take a deep dive into the data to share their insights.


          

MRCTV Podcast: Why Did ABC News Bail On Covering Epstein?

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ABC claims the story didn't meet their 'standards,' but given what they've chosen to air in the past - what standards do they actually have?
          

Episode 151: The Story of Maria Barberi

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The Memory Palace is a proud member of Radiotopia, a collective of independently owned and operated podcasts.

A note on shownotes. In a perfect world, you go into each episode of the Memory Palace knowing nothing about what's coming. It's pretentious, sure, but that's the intention. So, if you don't want any spoilers or anything, you can click play without reading ahead.

Anyway...

Music 

  • Inside River, Pt. 1 by Akira Kosuemura. .

  • Sonata for Solo Cello 1: Dialogo by Ligeti, performed by Miklos Perenyi.

  • All the Land Ablaze by Laura Cannell

  • Frost Trees from Lalo Schiffren's score to The Fox.

  • And Finding the Flag from Georges Delarue's score to The Day of the Dolphin.


          

Válasz erre: Podcast: Scorsese vs. Marvel

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@Baski Sándor: Hupszi... Pótolom! Még azokat a Filmvilág-podcasteket is meghallgatom, amiben általam sosem látott norvég és/vagy iráni művészfilmekről van szó! ;)
          

Válasz erre: Podcast: Scorsese vs. Marvel

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@-Szűcs Gyula-: Ezt a poént elsütöttem én is a podcastban, lebuktál, hogy nem hallgattad meg :(
          

Válasz erre: Podcast: Scorsese vs. Marvel

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@Szingularitás.: Bocs de az egész hollywood-i filmgyártás egy nagy vidámpark ahol a legfontosabb mindig is a minél nagyobb bevétel volt...
          

Válasz erre: Podcast: A nagy Joker-vita

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@udvardy: Többször is elmondtam az adásban, hogy ez a film Joker szemén keresztül mutatja be a várost, az embereket, és mindenkit, akivel kapcsolatba kerül, úgyhogy engem nem kell meggyőznöd :)
          

Válasz erre: Filmvilág Podcast #43 - Éretlenségi, Túltolva, A szavak ereje

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@hogi:
1. jó a téma, de ha ennek alaposan utánajárunk, akkor abból inkább egy szöveges anyag lesz
2. külön adást nem, de lesz sorozatos podcastunk még idén, és abban szerintem szóba fog kerülni, mert láttuk mindhárman, és lenne róla mondandónk
          

Válasz erre: Podcast: Scorsese vs. Marvel

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@Jóléti Dán Kekszesdoboz: meg jó hogy te olyan kívételesen igényes vagy.
          

Válasz erre: Podcast: Scorsese vs. Marvel

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Ennyi erővel Scorsese is ugyanazt adja el újracsomagolva: mindig De Niro a bukásra kárhoztatott maffiózó, DiCaprio meg mindig a jóképű, tragikus hős... Láttuk már ezerszer, májsztró, tessék újat mutatni!
          

Válasz erre: Podcast: A nagy Joker-vita

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Az a fura nekem az elemzésetekben, hogy beazonosítjátok, hogy a Joker karakterről szól a film 99%-a, hogy vannak benne haluzott részek, és sose derül ki teljesen egyértelműen, hogy az csak a fejében létezett, de aztán számonkéritek az árnyalt karakterábrázolást. Számomra világos a feloldás: ez a film bezár Andrew fejébe, és mivel ő maga komoly kapcsolódási, kapcsolatépítési deficittel küszködik, alapból ellenségnek tekint mindenkit a hiányai miatt, így ő egész egyszerűen ennyit lát, ennyire sekélyesen érti csak meg az embereket. Ami persze értelmezhető személyes szinten: az ő drámájaként, de ennek ellentmond, hogy mennyire sablonos minden figura körülötte. Ez szerintem megintcsak korrajz akar lenni: mennyire kevéssé értjük a többieket, mennyire az ignorancia és rosszindulat feltételezése az általános egymás iránt. Jellemző, hogy egyetlen figura jut csak át a szűrőjén: a még saját magánál is szerencsétlenebbnek gondolt törpe figurája, akitől nem tart, de mindenki más potenciális ellenség és versenytárs.

Ami engem megfogott benne, az pont ez az átmenet, amikor elkezdtem ráérezni, hogy minden látszólagos személyesség és kamaradrámai attitűd (3 helyszín: otthon, meló, BKV) ellenére ez nem egy személyes sztori, sokkal inkább általános érvényre emelt korrajz.
          

105: Scott McTaggart

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105: Scott McTaggart

 

This episode is sponsored by the 2020 Cadbury Hobart Marathon on January 12 

 

Brad gets around parkrun and then comes undone in old 4% tib post - Moose provides insight
Julian still manages the toe, struggles then comes around
Brady negotiates Shepparton council for track access in lane 4 ahead for VMC

 

Sinead Diver placed 5th 2:26:23 and Ellie Pashley came 8th in 2:27:07 in the New York City Marathon having a day to remember. The boys break down the performances and the implications in moving ahead for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4afIhnnA4R/

Jack Rayner finished 22nd in a time of 2:16:58 with Brett Robinson 23rd in 2:17:50.
World Half Marathon record holders Geoffrey Kamworor and Joyciline Jepkosgei each took the win, Kamworor going back to back with Jepkosgei in her marathon debut.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/kamworor-jepkosgei-win-2019-tcs-new-york-city-marathon/

 

Gen Gregson & Jordan Williamsz win the Noosa Bolt 5K
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Results

 

Listener question asks about what to focus on post-marathon before Julian debuts a new segment “Moose’s Shoe Tips” - and why you should get the best possible fit from a shoe specialist.

 

Scott McTaggart, sub 2:20 marathoner, former Point to Pinnacle record holder current Cadbury Marathon record holder and ACT runner chats with Brad about his early interest in the sport and his influences guiding him through his junior years, progressing to some junior state titles before getting picked up by the University of Texas cross country team. 

Scott talks about qualify for the Olympics, racing rival Martin Dent and then pivoting into Mountain Running to represent Australia, while Brad shares one of his earliest memories of Scott and then explaining one of the traditions running around the trails at Stromlo.

They delve into some of Scott’s training philosophies and how specificity played a major role in setting the course records in the Point to Pinnacle and the Hobart Cadbury Marathon.

From the conclusion of his professional, Scott has an open and frank discussion about dealing with his mental health issues affected by perfectionism, toxic work conditions and medications, the help he has received and what he’s done to get through to the other side.

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Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com

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IRP with Soph Ryan & Jess Trengove - Ask them Anything

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Ask Them Anything Ep with Soph Ryan and Jess Trengove.

This episode is sponsored by the Arthurs Seat Challenge Fun Run and Walk. More information at: https://arthursseatchallenge.com.au/

In this episode Soph and Jess answer listener questions. 

Link to the video Soph mentions: Video Soph was referring to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ-_3Ug3wqU

Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast

Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com

For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/

Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/

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The Collider.com Podcast: Episode 231 – ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’

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This week on The Collider.com Podcast, we're talking about Terminator: Dark Fate. We kick things off with a spoiler-free discussion of the latest Terminator movie, the film's strengths and weaknesses, and then we turn our attention to the Terminator franchise, why it keeps getting rebooted, why it struggles as a franchise, and more. We then move into a spoiler discussion of Dark Fate before finishing up with Recently Watched and Reader Hot Takes. Click on the respective link to find us on iTunes. ALSO, we've moved to a new channel: Collider Weekly. Collider Weekly will …
          

Ep0288: Broadway is My Beat - "The Elaine Hill Murder Case"

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Beautiful Elaine Hill is found dead in a hotel room. As Danny tracks the killer, another corpse is found in the hotel barbershop.

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Ep0287: My Friend Irma - "Irma Wants Older Men"

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It's Irma's birthday and she suspects Al canceled lunch with her to go out with another girl.  So she decides to go out with another guy, but this guy is in his sixties.

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Ep0286: The Shadow - "Valley Of The Living Dead"

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A man has become absolute ruler of an isolated valley and has made zombies of the inhabitants.

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AniTAY Podcast S4 E10: No One Can Agree on Stars Align

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Fall 2019 is in full swing and so are the hot takes about all the spicy products on the seasonal menu. After all, why kill each other over Popeye’s chicken sandwiches when we can just kill each other over some tennis anime? Join the AniTAY crew as we discuss Japanese emperors, Stars Align, and our favorite opening…

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Impeachment-Anhörungen in den USA - Regierung Trump blockiert Zeugenaussagen im Kongress

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October 9, 2019, Washington, DC, United States of America: U.S President Donald Trump, left, listens to Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Russ Vought, before signing Executive Orders on Transparency in Federal Guidance and Enforcement during a ceremony in the Roosevelt Room of the White House October 9, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Credit Image: © Shealah Craighead via ZUMA Wire | (Planet Pix via ZUMA Wire)Alle vier geladenen Zeugen, die Donald Trump in einem Amtsenthebungsverfahren belasten könnten, sind am Montag nicht vor dem US-Kongress erschienen. Nach Informationen der "Washington Post" soll der US-Präsident angeordnet haben, ihre Zeugenaussagen zu blockieren.

Von Thilo Kößler
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Phish podcast ‘Long May They Run’ Travels to Trump Campaign Rallies with Katy Tur, the Northeast Kingdom and Times Square in the ’70s

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The latest episode of the C13Originals Long May They Run podcast is titled “Back Woods and Front Woods.” This is the second-to-last episode of the season and it explores the cultural and political environment of Burlington, Vermont in which Phish came of age. Season one of the series, which is hosted by Relix editor-in-chief Dean […]

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Episode 96: Bloodborne: Never before seen hidden content (Podcast, Discussion and Lore)

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~New Unused Content Discovered. JSF and I talk about it. The Snack Covenant E96! For more podcasts and lore kindly see https://www.youtube.com/SinclairLore To support this podcast (and to have access to Patreon-only lore) please visit: https://www.patreon.com/SinclairLore You can also support this channel through ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/SinclairLore To join the discord server please click: https://thesnackcovenant.com/discord (there are some unlisted lore clips on discord as well) For salt baskets and other merch please visit: https://www.redbubble.com/people/sinclairlore Richard Pilbeam Richie posts lore quite often on his Twitter: https://twitter.com/richard_pilbeam and you can find lore on his channel: https://www.youtube.com/jerkssansfrontieres SinclairLore: https://twitter.com/sinclairlore https://go.twitch.tv/SinclairLore https://www.instagram.com/brilliantstrategist/ Music: Up in my Jam by Kubbi
          

Episode 95: Bloodborne Notes Explained 18 (JSF and Sin Lore Podcast)

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~Madmen toil surreptitiously in rituals to beckon the moon. Uncover their secrets. JSF and I talk about it. The Snack Covenant E95! For more podcasts and lore kindly see https://www.youtube.com/SinclairLore To support this podcast (and to have access to Patreon-only lore) please visit: https://www.patreon.com/SinclairLore You can also support this channel through ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/SinclairLore To join the discord server please click: https://thesnackcovenant.com/discord (there are some unlisted lore clips on discord as well) For salt baskets and other merch please visit: https://www.redbubble.com/people/sinclairlore Richard Pilbeam Richie posts lore quite often on his Twitter: https://twitter.com/richard_pilbeam and you can find lore on his channel: https://www.youtube.com/jerkssansfrontieres SinclairLore: https://twitter.com/sinclairlore https://go.twitch.tv/SinclairLore https://www.instagram.com/brilliantstrategist/ Music: Up in my Jam by Kubbi
          

Mac Power Users 508: One for Me and One for You, with Sara Dietschy

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YouTuber and podcaster Sara Dietschy joins Stephen and David to share about her video work, from cameras to editing and beyond. They also discuss managing large amounts of data across multiple locations, the role of the iPad and turning creative work into a business.
          

Part 2 - Drug addiction and prostitution - Marry Priddy

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Mary Priddy, who was on our previous podcast, who's life was centered around her drug addiction, prostituting herself to support it.


          

[Podcast] 7 Shocking Differences Between Rich Habits of Men and Women | RICH HABITS, POOR HABITS Podcast

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Are men and women different when it comes to their wealth habits? The simple answer is yes and in today’s episode you may find out a little bit more about how you’re wired. You see… we all have some rich habits and some poor habits, so after this episode, you’ll be able to adopt some...
          

PODCAST | Silvi Knows: Alan Hinton

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Walking Through Life's Valleys

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Focus on the Family President Jim Daly describes how God carried him through the valleys of his turbulent childhood, healing his heart and strengthening his faith. He also discusses how the display of God's love and grace is the most effective way for impacting our culture.

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Building a Dream Marriage During the Parenting Years

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Author Arlene Pellicane offers practical suggestions to wives on strengthening their marriage, especially if their relationship with their husband has taken a backseat to raising children.

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Boone and Me: A Foster Adoption Story

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Cecil Stokes, a successful TV producer and director, describes how his life and perspective changed dramatically when he adopted his son, Boone. Joined by Boone for this inspiring conversation, Cecil discusses the joys and challenges of adopting from foster care while highlighting the need for more Christians to get involved.

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Going Free | No White Guilt | The Event Horizon and our Destiny

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Rediscovering the Story of Harriet Tubman

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As a companion to the new film, the podcast Following Harriet dives into some of the darkest moments in U.S. history—and the story of the brave woman who led toward the light

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Podcast: Exclusive David Kurz Interview | Why Legendary Broker Joins EXP

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In January 2005, David Adam Kurz arrived to the city of Miami with two things: dedication and innovation. Originally from the Bronx and an active Marine since 1994, he had just finished his final tour, and was ready to embark on a journey he claims is in its own way tougher than war—the journey of entrepreneurship. READY TO LEARN MORE? Text EXP to 31996Visit Tim & Julie Harris Website OnlineSubscribe To Our iTunes Podcast Feed (Apple & IOS)Subscribe To Our Google Play Music Podcast Feed (Android)
          

Podcast: Tim and Julie Answer Listener Questions.

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Listen now as the nations #1 Real Estate Coaches Tim and Julie Harris answer your questions about what it REALLY takes to make a profit in real estate.  READY TO LEARN MORE? Text EXP to 31996Visit Tim & Julie Harris Website OnlineSubscribe To Our iTunes Podcast Feed (Apple & IOS)Subscribe To Our Google Play Music Podcast Feed (Android)
          

Yorick van Norden en Anne Soldaat over John Cale

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In hun nieuwe reeks Unsung Heroes-voorstellingen brengen Yorick van Norden en Anne Soldaat wederom liedjes ten gehore van tegen wil en dank in de vergetelheid geraakte helden en heldinnen. Via podcasts lichten ze toe hoe ze een liedje en artiest leerde kennen en waarom ze het zo goed vinden. Dit keer Close Watch van John Cale.

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Van Duin komt volgend jaar met nieuwe Dik Voormekaar-podcast

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André van Duin en Ferry de Groot komen in 2020 met een nieuwe reeks Dik Voormekaar-podcasts. Dat heeft Van Duin woensdagavond gemeld in het programma Beau. Het duo lanceerde dit najaar voor het eerst een reeks podcasts van het iconische programma.
          

NPR will Consolidate its Two Apps into One

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Current reported that NPR will focus on promoting a single app for its content beginning in 2020 with a new app powered by NPR One’s technology. It appears that the reason for this change is because some people were confused about the two NPR apps. NPR hopes to start testing versions of the app by … Continue reading NPR will Consolidate its Two Apps into One
          

Glow Stops Processing Payments for Listener Support

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Glow announced that they are no longer charging to process payments. If you use Glow to collect listener support, you will pay credit card processing fees, and nothing more. Many podcasts, as Glow points out, create immense value for their listeners. Despite that, most podcasters are still paying to podcast. Your listeners love what you … Continue reading Glow Stops Processing Payments for Listener Support
          

Luminary Welcomes Simon Sutton as Chief Executive Officer

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Luminary Media announced that Simon Sutton, former President and Chief Revenue Officer of HBO, has joined Luminary as CEO. Matt Sacks, who founded Luminary in 2018, will serve as Executive Chairman of Luminary. This comes after a series of personnel changes at Luminary. The company debuted in April of 2019. In August of 2019, co-founder … Continue reading Luminary Welcomes Simon Sutton as Chief Executive Officer
          

Audio Production Awards 2019 Nominations Announced

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The list of nominations has been released for the 2019 Audio Production Awards (APAs), the premier awards for production skills across radio, audiobooks, and podcasting. The APAs, sponsored by leading audiobook publisher Audible, will be presented at a Gala event on Thursday 28 November, hosted by TV and radio presenter, Tommy Sandhu. Nominees are from … Continue reading Audio Production Awards 2019 Nominations Announced
          

Renay Richardson Launches Joint Venture with Sony Music Entertainment

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Award-winning podcast producer Renay Richardson and Sony Music Entertainment announced the launch of a new multi-genre podcasting joint venture focused on the development and distribution of original programming. Richardson is a producer who has previously worked for leading podcast platforms including Acast, Audible, and Panoply and a successful independent podcast creator whose credits include About … Continue reading Renay Richardson Launches Joint Venture with Sony Music Entertainment
          

Simplecast Created a Stickiness Metric

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Simplecast announced a stickiness metric. The company wants podcasters to answer deeper questions than they can get from Facebook page likes or website views. Those questions include: Does your show keep listeners coming back for more? Do marketing efforts help attract new listeners? Do marketing efforts create new “sticky” listeners? While I only selected a … Continue reading Simplecast Created a Stickiness Metric
          

NPR’s Student Podcast Challenge is Back

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NPR announced that their Student Podcast Challenge is back. It is a chance for students to compete with young people all over the country for the grand prize: their story appearing on NPR’s Morning Edition or All Things Considered. Last school year, we received nearly 6,000 entries from all 50 states and the District of … Continue reading NPR’s Student Podcast Challenge is Back
          

Podcast #558: The Strenuous President

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In the first year of his presidency, the press used Theodore Roosvelt’s name in connection with the word “strenuous” over 10,000 times. He was known as “the strenuous president,” and with good reason: from his youth, TR had lived and preached a life of vigorous engagement and plenty of physical activity.  Today on the show Ryan […]

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BWW Exclusive: Ben Rimalower's Broken Records with Special Guest, Telly Leung

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BroadwayWorld is excited to bring you the newest episode of our first self-produced podcast - Ben Rimalower's Broken Records, The Albums You Wouldn't Shut Up About. On each weekly episode Rimalower and co-host Daniel Nolen chat with guests about one album that they were obsessed with, how they discovered it, what it led them to, where they were in life when it impacted them and how it's stayed with them since.

In this episode, Ben and Daniel talk to Broadway star Telly Leung about the 1993 live album "Patti LuPone Live!" They also discuss Betty Buckley, Mandy Patinkin, "1776," "The Baker's Wife," cabaret, cell phones in the theater, "Rent," "Into the Woods," and Tower Records. Telly shares stories about growing up in New York City, working with Sondheim, being "Broadway swollen," and landing his first Broadway role in "Flower Drum Song." Since then, Telly has starred in other shows such as "Pacific Overtures," "Rent," "Godspell," "In Transit," and "Aladdin."

Subsequent episodes will appear weekly on BroadwayWorld as well as on all your favorite podcast sites from iTunes to Spotify.

Season One will feature a plethora of award winning stars from the stage and screen - including Cesar Villavicencio (Pixie Aventura), Bridget Everett, Scott Wittman, Telly Leung, Michael Musto, Natalie Douglas, Kevin Adams, Carolee Carmello, Linda Eder, Russell King (Miss Richfield 1981), Jeffrey Roberson (Varla Jean Merman), Faith Prince, Laura Benanti, Michael R. Jackson and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps. You'll learn all about the favorite artists and albums that inspired them with a diverse list ranging from Judy Garland to Prince, Frank Sinatra to Patti LuPone, Diana Ross, Barbra Streisand, Tori Amos, Jesus Christ Superstar, Liza Minnelli and more along with behind the scenes stories and show business gossip. The podcast features a theme song written by Lance Horne.


          

Trafic 908 – 30 octobre

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Trafic 908 avec Fred Phrax Bax, Nico Stochastique, Nico Socade Rud et Denis Youpidou. Sélection fine en direct détendu pour gens ouvert et culture dj au sens large : exploration des niches ! Le reste des podcast ici. Rejoignez-les sur... Lire la suite →
          

WGLT's Sound Ideas 11/06/19

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Hear the principal songwriter for the Bloomington-Normal pop-rock quintet SHERWOOD FOREST tell a tale of a medieval soldier who dies in war. Clifford Close digs into Sherwood Forest's struggles. Plus, Laura Kennedy takes us inside a new art exhibit that involves music influenced by war. Our gardening podcast Grow lets us know we're not quite done with gardening for the winter...sometimes you garden NOW for the spring. And Correspondent Breanna Grow interviews a TedX Normal speaker about the case for putting out.
          

GudeLaurance Podcast – Episode 193

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Today, Paul and Ben talk about having the final word, trick or treating in the cold, Ghosty, the Gilded Lily, AJ Schnack and the OK Go videos, Edwardsville grocery stores, mouthwash, Watchmen, Chernobyl, “without getting into details,” Chinese phone spam, amp distortion, the Schoolyard Bullies reunion tour, Andrew Bird, endorsing … Continue reading
          

McHistory: From Cabinets To Coffins

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John L. Walcott was Bloomington's first undertaker. This episode of McHistory shares the story of one cabinet furnisher turned coffin maker. This episode of McHistory was produced by WGLT's Mary Cullen, featuring Bill Kemp of the McLean County Museum of History and Seth Wheeler, a volunteer with the museum. Hear more local history stories by subscribing to WGLT's McHistory podcast . People like you value experienced, knowledgeable and award-winning journalism that covers meaningful stories in Bloomington-Normal. To support more stories and interviews like this one, please consider making a contribution .
          

Podcast #73: Judge Dredd The Cursed Earth with Marc Langworthy

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Episode 106 - Lit Up and Liberated with Yvette Mayer. Life after corporate high flying, beating breast cancer and starting a coaching biz from scratch

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My loves, meet my client Yvette Mayer.

I'm so grateful to be sharing this story with you as we discuss:

5:40 Finding out about cancer + double mastectomy
6:50 Moving the NYC + finding out about a rare Tumor
10:30 How the side hustle began
12:08 Going all in with the business + leaving a 30+ year career
14:00 Things not going as well as planned after going all in
15:15 Starting a corporate consulting and coaching business
18:15 How LinkedIn blew up Yvette's coaching business just 10 months in
21:30 Our coaching relationship
22:22 "Fuck This Shit" moments
27:37 The magic part of life

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AP Podcast – Episode 114: Glenn André Viste Bøe talks about being a young executive, learning the zoo business and the need to be patient

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Glenn André Viste Bøe is COO of Skånes Djurpark in Sweden, a wildlife park that has turned the traditional zoo experience upside down.  In this wide-ranging conversation, we talk about how to […]
          

『欅坂46 夏の全国アリーナーツアー2019』東京ドーム公演の感想紹介!!

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2019年9月19日。あの日の思い出として東京ドームの全景を写真に収めたんですが、ここに掲載するとなると人だかりはなんとなくカットしないとまずいのかなとトリミングした結果がTOKYO DOM(冒頭の写真は縦画像じゃないとダメというルールに縛られているサイレントマイノリティーな自分)。そしたらなんだか超久々にドムドムバーガー食べたくなってきたんですけどそこはFELLOWESだろ!! と心の中で自分自身にツッコミを入れて『平手友梨奈のGIRLS LOCKS!』今月の登校最終日スタートです!!! オニオンリング!


平手「生徒の皆さんこんばんは!SCHOOL OF LOCK! の女子クラス3週目担当・欅坂46の平手友梨奈です!<BGM IN「ガラスを割れ! off vocal ver.」> 今月の登校最終日です。今夜は、先月18日と19日の2日間に渡って行われた、私たち欅坂46『夏の全国アリーナツアー 2019』東京ドーム公演について。ライブを見てくれた生徒の皆さんから沢山の感想が届いているので、その感想メッセージを読ませていただきたいと思います」


・・・補足説明!! 実際のオンエアでは友梨奈ちゃんの挨拶直後にBGMが出ないというトラブル?があったんですが単純に職員のミスなので詳しい文字起こしは割愛してこの事実を隠蔽します!! とにかく東京ドーム公演の1曲目をBGMにして今夜の授業、始めていきましょう!!!





平手「今回、本当に沢山のメッセージが届いていて…メッセージを送ってくれた皆さん、ありがとうございます。東京ドーム公演からもう1ヶ月経ったんですね...早いですね、あっという間でした。では、さっそく見ていきたいと思います。本当に沢山あるな…まずひとつ目」


友梨奈ちゃんこんばんは!東京ドーム2日目に参戦しました。
ずっと聴きたかった大好きな曲が沢山聴けてとっても嬉しかったです!!欅のことがもっともっと好きになるライブでした!!!!!
特に印象に残ったのはダブルアンコールで披露された『角を曲がる』だったのですが、曲中のダンスや歌詞、友梨奈ちゃんの表情全てが心に響きました。歌い終わった後、自然と会場が拍手に包まれていましたね。その時の友梨奈ちゃんの微笑んでるような泣きそうな表情が忘れられません。
えびかすちゃん
15/埼玉県


平手「...ありがとうございます。嬉しいです。では、いっぱいあるのでじゃんじゃん読んでいきたいと思います」


友梨奈ちゃんこんばんは。私は東京ドーム公演に2日間とも参加させて頂きました。
セットも演出もとても凝ったものになっていてすごく感動したのですが、何よりも2日目の『角を曲がる』は自然と涙が出てくるほど感情を揺さぶられました。360度を5万人に囲まれてセーラー服でパフォーマンスする姿は、なぜか他のメンバーがいる時よりも高校3年生ということを改めて実感しました。LIVEで疲れが残っていると思うので沢山休んで下さい。ありがとうございました。
てちみっきー。ちゃん
16/千葉県


平手「ありがとうございます...続いて」





ドーム2日間行かせていただきました。『不協和音』を聴くことが叶わないかなと思っていたのでイントロが流れた時の興奮は忘れることができません。
全く予想していなかった『角を曲がる』がかかると驚きとともにすぐに見入ってしまいました。感情が伝わってくるパフォーマンスで心が動かされました。最後のてちの表情、今でも忘れられません。家に帰りそのまま『響 -HIBIKI-』見返しました(笑)お疲れ様でした、そしてありがとうございました。ずっと平手友梨奈を応援していきます。
さていけくん
18/埼玉県


平手「…はい。こちらもありがとうございます。続いて…長いですねこれは…」


友梨奈ちゃんこんばんは!先月の東京ドーム公演お疲れ様でした。私は2日目の千秋楽に参戦したのですが、最初友梨奈ちゃんが出てきた瞬間から涙が溢れて『ガラスを割れ!』までずっと泣きじゃくっていました。
伝えたいことが沢山あります。本当に、ここじゃ書き切れません。『サイレントマジョリティー』は特にドームで見たいと思っていたので、実際に見れて、また一面緑色になったあの景色は忘れないと思います。
『不協和音』と『角を曲がる』、本当に言葉がありません。心から感動しました。『不協和音』では最初の友梨奈ちゃんが拳を突き出すシーンが特に記憶に残っていて、あぁ私、いま東京ドームで『不協和音』を見ているのか...ずっと見たかった友梨奈ちゃんセンターの『不協和音』を見ているのかと思い涙が溢れてきそうでした。でも絶対に忘れたくなかったので必死にこらえて目に焼き付けました。最後の僕は嫌だ、本当に感動しました。心から湧き上がった叫びのように見えて、平手友梨奈さんありがとう大好きだって心から思いました。
ダブルアンコールの『角を曲がる』、センターステージに友梨奈ちゃんが1人で、しかも見たことのない衣装で立っていて、何が起こるのだろうととても怖くなりました。正直、友梨奈ちゃんから何か発表があるんじゃないかと不安になって涙が出てきてしまい、泣いてました。静寂の中聴こえた私の大好きな曲のイントロ。号泣でした。絶対に見ることのできないと思っていた『角を曲がる』。パフォーマンスをして動く友梨奈ちゃん。大号泣です。タオルを目にあてながらも友梨奈ちゃんのパフォーマンスを焼き付けようと頑張りました。一つ一つの歌詞に、友梨奈ちゃんの表情に感動して胸を打たれて、夢のようでした。最後、微笑んだ友梨奈ちゃんがモニターに映って、感情が爆発しました。本当に友梨奈ちゃん大好きです。ありがとうございましたの声、とても優しくて静かなドームに響いてましたね。暗転して友梨奈ちゃんが去る姿、今でも覚えています。本当に素敵なパフォーマンスをありがとうございました。改めて東京ドーム公演おめでとうございます。本当にお疲れ様でした。
SEIめいちゃん
17/千葉県


平手「…はぁ。こんなに長文を書いていただきこちらこそありがとうございました。うん…そうですね、何か…東京ドームは1個締めくくる場所ではあったと思うので、うん…何か……う〜ん、見ている人が感じる部分があれば嬉しいなと、私は思います。じゃあ続いて、ラストですね」


私は東京ドーム公演2日目に行きました。本当は学校があって行けなかったのですが、どうしても東京ドームに立つ欅坂を目に焼き付けたくて親を説得させて許可をもらって行きました。
東京ドーム公演は学校を休んででも行った価値があったと思えるものでした。この選択に私は後悔していません。自分のやりたいことや行きたいほうをしっかり考えて、自分にとってのプラスの選択をするということ、後悔しない選択をすることの大切さは私が欅坂46から得たもののひとつです。本当に素晴らしかったです。素敵な時間をありがとうございました。
刺繍の花ちゃん
16/愛知県


平手「こちらこそ、ありがとうございました。…はぁ…すごく沢山メッセージ頂きましたね……そっかぁ…『角を曲がる』が印象的だった方が多かったんですね。でも確かに…皆さんが、まさかやると思わない曲だったんですかね。それを聞いて私は意外とびっくりしたんですけど。う〜ん…そうですね……う〜ん…東京ドーム………なんか、あの〜…『欅って、書けない?』っていう冠番組があるんですけど、それでMCの土田さんとか澤部さんが、“欅の今までの集大成なんじゃないか” って仰ってて…確かにそういう意味が込められてるのかなぁって思うと……うん…ちょっと意味のあるライブだったらいいなぁって、私も思いました」






M 角を曲がる / 平手友梨奈(欅坂46)



平手「改めて東京ドーム公演に足を運んで下さった皆さん、ありがとうございました。見に行けなかったけどGIRLS掲示板にメッセージを届けてくれた生徒の皆さんも沢山いました。本当にありがとうございました。というわけで、私とはまた来月、この教室でお会いしましょう。欅坂46の平手友梨奈でした。バイバーイ!」


・・・ということで本日の授業は終了!今日の授業を聴いて皆さんの中にも様々な感情が湧き上がってきたんじゃないかなと思いますが、自分はとりあえずマガジンのクオカードプレゼントに応募しようと決意しました。頑張りたいことはもちろん色々あるけど、まずはできることから始めてみようと思います。

でもやっぱりちょっとだけ真面目に話すと、今日の授業で一番いいなと思ったのは、きっと見た人も見れなかった人もあの東京ドーム公演をきっかけに何かしらの感情が心の中に芽生えたんだろうなと思えたのと、その感情は人それぞれ違うのがまた素敵だなと思いました。そしてその感情を共有することで自分にはなかった感情が新たに生まれてくるような気がして、それはきっと友梨奈ちゃんも同じなのかなと思って、そんな連鎖でこれからも欅坂46は大きくなっていくんだろうなぁと思って。そしてそんな連鎖の新たな始まりが今冬やってくるのでとにかく今はそれを楽しみにしたいと思います!! 今冬って辞書で調べたけど何月のことなのかは分かりませんでしたよ金田一先生!!!!

では、今月の授業はこれにて終了!! 友梨奈ちゃん、来月は11月18日週に登校するのでグータッチでお迎えしたいと思います!!!

それじゃ、またね。!


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11/3/2019: Still Life: Podcasts

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This makes us sad, because really, we love them. The problem is — too much. Once upon a time we could keep up. There was good stuff, but not so much that we felt the need to hasten from ‘Serial’ to ‘The Dropout’ (about Elizabeth Holmes, pictured) to...
          

HSV – wir müssen reden: Als Ex-HSV-Talent Porath im Volkspark abgeführt wurde

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A special Q&A with Rachel and Jess

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In lieu of a regular episode this week—which we were too swamped with live show prep to record!—enjoy this chatty Q&A with Jess and Rachel. They talk about getting into science journalism and podcasting, the show's origins, antics that ensued at the live show, and more. And don't worry, we'll be back next week with a regular episode. Thanks for listening, weirdos!

The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week is a podcast by Popular Science. Share more of your weirdest facts and stories with us in our Facebook group or tweet at us!

Click here to learn more about all of our stories! 

Follow our team on Twitter

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Theme music by Billy Cadden: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6LqT4DCuAXlBzX8XlNy4Wq?si=5VF2r2XiQoGepRsMTBsDAQ

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Blood Gourds, Tiny Taffeta Frog Pants, Dying for Weather Data

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The New York Times' Kendra Pierre-Louis—a former PopSci Editor!—joins us this week as a guest host! The weirdest things we learned ranged from gourds full of royal blood to frogs wearing tiny taffeta pants. Whose story will be voted "The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week"?

The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week is a podcast by Popular Science. Share your weirdest facts and stories with us in our Facebook group or tweet at us!

Click here to learn more about all of our stories! 

Click here to buy tickets for Weirdest Thing Live on October 31st!

Follow our team on Twitter

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Theme music by Billy Cadden: www.twitter.com/billycadden

Edited by Jess Boddy: www.twitter.com/JessicaBoddy

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Introducing The Hollywood Dance Podcast! Episode 1: Julie McDonald

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Tony Selznick, legend in the Hollywood dance industry and co-founder of McDonald Selznick Associates (MSA), has played a pivotal role in establishing the careers of some of the world’s biggest choreographers for stage and screen. With more than 30 years of hands-on experience behind him, he’s partnering with Dance Informa to bring a new project […]

The post Introducing The Hollywood Dance Podcast! Episode 1: Julie McDonald appeared first on Dance Informa Magazine.


          

AP Top 25 Podcast: Which job is better? Florida St or USC?

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The Florida State job is open and Southern California probably will be soon, too. On the latest AP Top 25 College Football Podcast, Paul Myerberg of USA Today joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss which job a coach would take if they could have either Florida State or USC? The Florida State search is already […]
          

meine faszination an politikern

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ich bin Gott so dankbar, dass es so viele menschen gibt, die all das können, das ich nicht kann :-)

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'Què t'hi jugues!' (01/11/2019)

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Podcast del programa 'Què t'hi Jugues', amb Sique Rodríguez i Lluis Flaquer. De dilluns a divendres, de 12 a 13h
          

10: Episode 53: Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)

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It's a semi-delirious episode this week on the Horrorble People's Podcast as Anthony and Alix trudge through the horrors of the dark web as well as Alix placating her super hyperactive cats. For the first time ever the team covers the sequel of a series before the original and for good reason. What about this film sets it apart from the original? Why did it under perform expectations? Why is the distortion in this movie timed so perfectly? Listen to find out this week! Forgive the cat noises, they just wanted to be apart of something.  Rank us on iTunes lest we have to go onto the dark web to find people to rate us!  Classic Horror 2 by Kevin MacLeod  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 
          

130: Melissa Wessel// Emotional Eating, Finding Food Freedom and Body Confidence

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I adore my guest and long time friend Melissa Wessel. In this episode she shares her struggles with emotional eating and the mindset work she did with the guidance of Justine Clark, who I had on the podcast as a guest...check out episode 99!) to completely transform her body and mind. She looks and feels incredible and has decided it's her turn to give back and help others who are struggling. 

Connect with Melissa on IG @melwessel82

or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melissa.wessel.165

 

 


          

Book Review: Originals by Adam Grant

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What makes some people so spectacularly successful at thinking of new ideas, selling products, or starting global movements? In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the fascinating book “Originals: How Non-Conformists Rule the World” by Adam Grant.

RESOURCES:

“Originals: How Non-Conformists Rule the World” by Adam Grant. Buy it here.

Next book club pick: “Ego is the Enemy” by Ryan Holiday. Buy it here.

UPCOMING CONFERENCE:

Richard Blackaby will be returning to the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove in Asheville, NC, on April 6-8, 2020 to lead a conference on “Increasing Your Spiritual Influence in the Home, Church, Marketplace, and Culture.” Find more information or register here.

CONNECT:

Follow Richard on Twitter.

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Read Richard’s latest blog posts at www.richardblackaby.com.

Send questions to podcast@blackaby.org.

Send questions to podcast@blackaby.org.


          

week307 - Deep Space Podcast

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E ae!
Welcome to Deep Space Podcast! Thanks for listening.

You can also listen to Deep Space Podcast every Fridays 9pm BRT (5pm Los Angeles / 2am South Africa) at Dublab Brasil. But I usually do something different there... Join me and check it out ;)
https://dublab.com.br

Today, you gonna listen an exclusive guestmix by Patrick BATeMAN (South Africa) in the 2nd hour.
Please check more detailed information about Patrick BATeMAN in the links below:
https://soundcloud.com/eclectic_criminals
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCts6ti10I3ftT1oB4c3FjtQ
https://vimeo.com/eclecticcriminals

Enjoy the week307!

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Playlist:
Artist - Track Name - [Label]

1st hour mixed by Marcelo Tavares
1) Jullian Gomes Feat. Samantha Thornhill - Darkness - [World Without End]
2) Lavoura - Ayizan
3) Deep Sentiments - Looming Spirits (Original Mix) - [AfroMove]
4) Chris Davis - Travelling Light - [Electronic Emergencies]
5) Latch - Frida - [Colour and Pitch]
6) Soul Central - Un Amore Supremo (West Loop Chicago Remix) - [Electric Mode]
7) John Gorbera - Ensemble (Original Mix) - [Merecumbe]
8) RNDT Feat. Kleophazz - Check One Two - [RNDT]
9) Chymamusique - Bass & Synth (Original Mix) - [Chymamusiq]
10) Basic Need - Song For Leti - [Culprit]
11) Panóptica - Ojala - [Fat!]

2nd hour mixed by Patrick BATeMAN (South Africa)
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George R.R. Martin Still Hangs Out In Westeros

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Good gravy! It's George R.R. Martin! If you're unfamiliar, he's the author of that little book series that became one of the most popular TV shows of all time, Game of Thrones.

These days, he’s in the midst of writing the final two novels in that series.

Before he sat down with Greta, his team told us that he couldn’t answer the question on everyone’s mind ("So, like, when’s the next book coming out?"). So we didn’t ask that one, but Martin did tell us plenty about how writing is going, how he’s managing fan expectations and what he expects for the future of fantasy TV. 

Plus! We have a super-special announcement at the end of the interview!


          

The podcast documenting skateboarding’s history in real time

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‘The Nine Club’ captures the essential parts of skateboarding that happen when no one’s riding a board.
          

Locked On Phillies 11/7: Bryce Harper’s season in review

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Phillies Nation Podcast: Free-agent priorities, mailbag

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Read - Phillies Nation Podcast: Free agent targets, mailbag - and more Phillies news and rumors at PhilliesNation.com.
          

Director - Podcast Programming, News Radio - ABC

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ABC News is looking for a candidate to fill the newly created position ... more


          

ERcast/Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2020 - Fellowship Competition

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The Essentials of Emergency Medicine (EEM) conference is in May 2020, but opportunities start NOW. This conference is one of the largest live EM educational conferences in the world with over 2,000 attendees. The conference organizers, led by Dr. Paul Jhun, are again offering an amazing opportunity for EM residents anywhere in the world to serve as an EEM Fellow for the next EEM conference May 21-23, 2020.

 

APPLY NOW: ERcast’s 2020 Audio Podcast Competition for Essentials of Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship Program 

  

The Essentials of Emergency Medicine (EEM) conference is in May 2020, but opportunities start NOW. This conference is one of the largest live EM educational conferences in the world with over 2,000 attendees. The conference organizers, led by Dr. Paul Jhun, are again offering an amazing opportunity for EM residents anywhere in the world to serve as an EEM Fellow for the next EEM conference May 21-23, 2020.

EEM Education Fellowship

EEM is offering ERcast a mini-fellowship position to eligible residents anywhere in the world. Those selected to participate will receive:

  • FREE conference registration

  • FREE 4-night hotel stay at the Hilton Union Square, San Francisco, CA

  • A travel stipend of US $500

As part of the EEM staff, fellows will get a rare opportunity to experience the behind-the-scenes work associated with developing and producing one of the world’s largest and best EM educational conferences. Fellow responsibilities will include online chat moderation, social media management, CME preparation, research projects, and more. A common theme voiced by previous EEM fellows has been the opportunity to interact directly and develop meaningful relationships with the renowned, fun, and master clinician-educators in the EEM faculty.

Quotes from the 2019 EEM Fellows:

“This fellowship was more than just a chance to attend and work at a phenomenal educational conference. It gave me the opportunity to meet and work alongside other amazing residents and faculty that I don't think I would have crossed paths with this early in my career otherwise. What this fellowship really played out to be though was an invaluable networking opportunity with giants in the field of Emergency Medicine. I established mentors, I curated friendships and most importantly, changed my mindset of what medical education has to look like in the absolute best way possible. Not only would I work this conference again and again, I will be in attendance for it every year I can be. Paul and his team changed the game of what traditional ‘continuing medical education’ has to look like and it was a privilege to sit front row to witness and learn from it.” -Michelle Romeo, MD

 

“Without a doubt, the most fun you’ll have at a conference, ever. EEM is what all conferences should be- high-yield, exciting, fun, pinpoint educational pearls with a one-of-a-kind ambiance of comradery, fellowship, and shared experience... Essentials is truly something very special. It is hard to explain to my friends how exciting, educational, AND entertaining this conference is! I returned to my work with a renewed love for my specialty, my patients, and my colleagues. See you next year!” –Tim Montrief, MD, MPH

 

Application Process

We at ERcast are launching this contest for interested applicants in conjunction with Dr. Michelle Lin at ALiEM. What’s the primary difference between the two contests? ERcast’s contest involves creating an audio podcast submission while ALiEM’s contest involves writing a blog post.

Complete the application form below and submit a 1-minute audio submission on anything clinically or educationally relevant to EM providers. Be creative, showcase your educational prowess, and teach us something about a topic you are passionate about! 

All applicants must be in good standing at an ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine program in the United States, or in good academic standing at any Emergency Medicine residency program in the world, and be available to attend all 3 conference days of Essentials of EM in San Francisco May 21-23, 2020. Applicants should complete a brief online application and upload material through the online form below. The application process is open now.

Judging Criteria

Your audio submission (< 60 seconds) will be judged on:

  1. Relevance (How relevant is this submission to EM education and/or clinical practice?)

  2. Innovation (How creative and innovative is this submission?)

  3. Design (How well is the information presented and delivered?)

  4. Content (How well did this candidate present the material with respect to clarity, conciseness, accuracy, references?)

Important Dates

  • Deadline for submissions: January 15, 2020 at 11:59 pm PST

  • Fellowship winner announcement: January 31, 2020

Questions? Email us.

Ready to Submit Your Application?

Checklist:

  1. Your post-graduate year of training

  2. Your EM residency program name, program director’s name, and his/her email 

  3. Your email address

  4. Your audio file (please submit in mp3, m4a, or wav format) 

Go to Application Submission Site


          

BWW Exclusive: Ben Rimalower's Broken Records with Special Guest, Telly Leung

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BroadwayWorld is excited to bring you the newest episode of our first self-produced podcast - Ben Rimalower's Broken Records, The Albums You Wouldn't Shut Up About. On each weekly episode Rimalower and co-host Daniel Nolen chat with guests about one album that they were obsessed with, how they discovered it, what it led them to, where they were in life when it impacted them and how it's stayed with them since.

In this episode, Ben and Daniel talk to Broadway star Telly Leung about the 1993 live album "Patti LuPone Live!" They also discuss Betty Buckley, Mandy Patinkin, "1776," "The Baker's Wife," cabaret, cell phones in the theater, "Rent," "Into the Woods," and Tower Records. Telly shares stories about growing up in New York City, working with Sondheim, being "Broadway swollen," and landing his first Broadway role in "Flower Drum Song." Since then, Telly has starred in other shows such as "Pacific Overtures," "Rent," "Godspell," "In Transit," and "Aladdin."

Subsequent episodes will appear weekly on BroadwayWorld as well as on all your favorite podcast sites from iTunes to Spotify.

Season One will feature a plethora of award winning stars from the stage and screen - including Cesar Villavicencio (Pixie Aventura), Bridget Everett, Scott Wittman, Telly Leung, Michael Musto, Natalie Douglas, Kevin Adams, Carolee Carmello, Linda Eder, Russell King (Miss Richfield 1981), Jeffrey Roberson (Varla Jean Merman), Faith Prince, Laura Benanti, Michael R. Jackson and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps. You'll learn all about the favorite artists and albums that inspired them with a diverse list ranging from Judy Garland to Prince, Frank Sinatra to Patti LuPone, Diana Ross, Barbra Streisand, Tori Amos, Jesus Christ Superstar, Liza Minnelli and more along with behind the scenes stories and show business gossip. The podcast features a theme song written by Lance Horne.


          

#777: Free Love, Free Market

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Blown Away: Why Police Rely On Faulty Breathalyzers

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"The machines are often unreliable and they generate skewed results — whether too high or too low — with alarming frequency," New York Times reporter Jessica Silver-Greenberg told us.

Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
          

Step 4 Inventory - Recovered 1042

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The Fourth Step brings us to a specific course of action that the AA Big Book describes as “vigorous.” It is a “personal house-cleaning which many of us had never attempted.” The Fourth Step strengthens the decision we made in the Third Step and helps us carry it out. Unless we make an effort to face the things which had been blocking us, our decision to turn our will and our lives over to God can “have little permanent effect.”

Tonight, we talk about Step 4 Inventory

Our generous Recovered Podcast Community allows us to be self supporting and not rely on outside contributions.  If you would like to join us, there are three ways.

  1. Episode Sponsorship  We will recognize you by first name only at the top, mid, and end of the episode.  Any amount will qualify.
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So, listeners, join us at The 2020 International Convention of AA in Detroit. If you are coming into town for the convention, the Recovered Podcast wants to meet you! If you would like to get all the information regarding the Recovered Podcast at the 2020 International Convention, just email me and we will get you on our google group. Just email me at mark@recoveredcast.com To get on our 2020 International Convention Google group

This google group will be notified with all the Recovered Podcast Plans for the convention and will have all the information about how to find our tailgate party.  Right now, our google group has been provided with maps and general information about Detroit. Email me at mark@recoveredcast.com if you want these kinds of updates.

The Fourth Step is necessary to continue the progress we have made in the first three Steps. The AA Big Book uses the analogy of taking a business inventory to describe our Fourth Step work. The purpose of an inventory is to identify the stock that is old, obsolete or spoiled so that it can be thrown out and replaced with stock that can be used or sold. Our moral inventory serves the same purpose.

First to mind on topic?

What was your understanding of this step early in your program?
Why is taking an inventory important?
What is the purpose of an inventory?

Why is it important to have the first 3 steps completed before you attempt the 4th step?

How long did it take for you to first attempt your fourth step?
How long did it take once you started?
What were some of the barriers to you starting the Fourth Step?
What were some of the barriers to completing your Fourth Step?

What did you learn about yourself?
How did an inventory affect your program?
What was the experience like for you?
What advice would you give the new person?

Single topic inventory?
How do you do 10th step inventory?

What does the term searching and fearless mean to you?
Why moral inventory?

Why should the inventory be written?
What format did you use?
What is a resentment and why is it the number one offender?

What would you say to the new person about Step 4?


WE HAVE CALLS

Final Thoughts?

What would you say to the new person about Step 4 Inventory?
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We asked our listeners about this topic.

Now, listeners, If you would like to participate in these weekly surveys, just email me for an invite request. Email me at
mark@recoveredcast.com
And I will send you an invite to our Recoveredcast Google group. This group receives the show notes for the upcoming show. You will also receive an invite to participate in the weekly survey. You will also receive a link to call into the show so you can share you experience with the recovery topic. This group helps us prepare for each week’s topic.

Again, just email for your a google group invite. Just email me at
mark@recoveredcast.com
To get involved in each week’s show prep.

We asked our listeners,
"Have you completed a 4th Step?”

Did you take the survey?

https://www.surveymonkey.com/analyze/aMpU_2FYTuUPKyRUHZShsc0S2evWZ6yIA9OlwEF6XcZGVuyAPPKvPHqK_2F_2BZRGTYsdR?ut_source=my_surveys_list

What would be your answer?
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We have calls -
Our phone call segment is brought to you by our
Recovered Podcast Sustaining Partners

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Our sustaining recovered podcast partners are a big part
in our self supporting movement.

This week Lori

became a Sustaining Partners
Thank you Lori

We have three ways in which you can partner
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Thank you again
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If you have experience with
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Now, Let’s take calls
Mike

Reed

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So Remember; abandon yourself to God and admit your faults. Clear away the wreckage of your past and give freely. God bless and see you next time.


          

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Tiffany "New York" Pollard Tells All About Secret Hookups, Flavor Flav and Her Best Lover

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New York is in the mother f--king house!

It's hard to believe that it's been more than 10 years since Tiffany "New York" Pollard graced the small screen on her hit reality show I Love New York.

But even a decade later, fans can't help but follow the iconic reality TV star who first appeared on Flavor of Love to win over Flavor Flav's heart.

During an exclusive sit-down interview for E! News' digital series Just the Sip, Justin Sylvester had to get the tea from the beloved TV star. Let's just say New York came to play.

"I'm a diamond honey and there's so many facets to me," she explained to us. "I say New York is my sassy side, my edgy, punched up self if you will. Tiffany is a little bit more cooler. I'm a nerd. I'm a tomboy. I sit at home and watch black and white movies."

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When appearing on Flavor of Love, New York says she was absolutely attracted to the rapper.

"Honestly, with me. It's always personality first. I don't care what you look like," she explained. "As long as your personality is at a 10, that's so attractive to me."

But when she appeared on her own show, New York couldn't help but be blown away by some of the eligible bachelors.

"I've had some nights with [Chance] outside of the show. But you want to know who was really, really good? Buddha!" New York shared when revealing the best lover. "He's the one who climbed through my damn window. He was a pleaser too. He wanted to do everything. He pleasured me so well."

Climbing windows? Oh yes, let us explain.

When it was time for bed and cameras stopped rolling, some contestants tried to spend some quality alone time with New York.

"They were climbing through my windows at night. When the producers go home, they would climb through my windows," she confessed. "I'm like, 'Damn! They're already in here.' Pandora's box is open."

When asked about her current relationship status, New York tried her best to stay mum. And even though she didn't find everlasting love with a Vh1 star, the self-proclaimed HBIC is more than hopeful that she'll have a happy ending.

"He's floating around but until I have that rock on my hand, I'm single. Yah, I said it," she shared. "I'm looking for someone that can add to this complete masterpiece."

To hear even more from New York, listen to the Just the Sip podcast available wherever you stream your favorite podcasts.

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Chrissy Teigen, Iggy Azalea Shade T.I. After His Shocking Comments About His Daughter's Hymen

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T.I. was trending on Twitter on Wednesday for a disturbing reason, and many people, including celebs, had some thoughts.

The 39-year-old rapper said on an episode of the Ladies Like Us podcast, released this week, that he accompanies his teenage daughter Deyjah Harris to her annual visits to the OBGYN to "check her hymen," presumably to try to determine if she was still a virgin, and that "as of her 18th birthday, her hymen is still intact." The rapper also seemed dismissive of the doctor's explanation that activity besides sex can break a woman's hymen. His daughter has not commented on his remarks.

"Def did not think we would be talking about hymens today. or TI," Chrissy Teigen, 33, tweeted on Wednesday.

Many people thought the rapper was joking when he made his comments.

"Unfortunately, he is dead serious," tweeted Iggy Azalea, 29.

"Really I wish the women who interviewed him would have said something to him," Iggy said in another tweet that has since been deleted. "He has serious control issues with women in all aspects of his life & needs therapy."

The fellow rapper used to consider T.I. her mentor. The two cut professional ties in 2015 and have been feuding in recent weeks.

 

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Actress Ellen Barkin, 65, also weighed in on the controversy with some added snark.

"I have bad news for T.I.," she tweeted. "After 6 months of vaginal sex...my hyman broke."

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Why Crisis on Infinite Earths is so important

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We’re about a month away from the Arrowverse shows annual crossover event. However, this year isn’t like previous years. This year, they’re adapting the DC Comics Classic, Crisis on Infinite Earths. What made this comic book story so important, and why is adapting it for television such a big deal?

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Bert Kreischer

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BERT KREISCHER is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer and host who performs to sellout crowds across the country. His standup specials “Secret Time” and “The Machine” are currently streaming globally on Netflix. Described as having a “rare and incredible talent” (Interrobang), Bert has evolved from being named Rolling Stone’s 1997 "Number One Partier in the Nation" to one of the top names in comedy. Between his two previous stand-up specials, “The Machine” on Showtime (2016) and “Comfortably Dumb” on Comedy Central (2009), his two podcasts: “Bertcast,” and “Open Tabs,” his YouTube cooking show: “Something’s Burning,” his book Life of the Party: Stories of a Perpetual Man-Child (2014), Bert has succeeded in finding the elusive blend of “being a cringe comedian with real insight” (Interrobang). Lauded as one of the best storytellers of his generation, Bert seamlessly and sincerely shares anecdotes about his family and fatherhood while showing his ability to prove “that there’s a way to take his [party-boy] antics into middle-age,” (Forbes). His infamous story about robbing a train with the Russian Mafia was recently optioned by Legendary (the studio behind The Hangover Series, Jurassic World, and Straight Outta Compton) to be turned into a movie. After the successful debut of The Body Shots World Tour in 2019, where he quickly sold out theaters and added shows in almost every market, Bert is launching a brand new tour in 2020, The Berty Boy Tour, where he will do shows in even larger venues across the country. Tickets can be found at BertBertBert.com.
          

Embrace the Shadow: Child

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What happens when we embrace both the shadow and light aspects of ourselves?

 

In this episode:

 

  • What it means to embrace the shadow
  • The difference between the shadow and the light
  • How the “child” archetype shows up in each of us
  • What we have to learn from embracing our inner child


Learn more at http://www.shannonalgeo.com/podcast/embrace-the-shadow


          

Dogen On Continuous Practice- Talk 6 - Santa Sabina Sesshin 2019

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Norman presents the sixth talk, Dogen on Continuous Practice, at the Bay Area 2019 Sesshin

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More Way Seeking Mind - Steve Gross - Talk 5 - Santa Sabina 2019

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Personal Redemption And Community Opportunity Through Urban Farming [PODCAST]

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There are many ways to work towards equity and opportunity in our community, but urban farming might not be the first thing that comes to mind.  Melvin Parsons saw the trade as a way forward for himself and is now expanding and giving back through his “We the People Growers Association” and the “We the […]
          

Misti Dian - Director of Holistic Leadership, International Speaker, Author, and Spiritual Activist Ep.63

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This week I sit down with Misti Dian, Misti is the Director of Holistic Leadership at Radiant Health Institute. She is an international speaker, author, Certified Holistic Coach, Intuitive Energy Healer and spiritual activist. Misti and I discuss being born into faith through geography and the implications of this on your long term spiritual journey. Misti educates the audience on her work as a spiritual activist helping others create sustainable spiritual practices that nourish and align each person's core values and belief systems. We also touch on the importance of curiosity along your spiritual journey and how curiosity can become a spiritual practice as well. 

To find out more about Misti head over to her website or follow her on Twitter @meetmisti and Instagram @meetmisti

Podcast Music by: Mr. Pixie

Podcast Art by: Arte y Alma

Episode Sponsors: TheCrossPods & Saged

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2 A Rally

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on November 2, 2019, about a hundred gun rights activist from different organizations, channels and locations came together in unity for the US Constitution. The one point they all agreed on was the importance of the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights.

It was a major feat because it was the herding of strong personalities. I was privileged to be in the number chosen to speak that day to a crowd about ten times that number on the grounds of the US Capitol's west lawn.

There were 26 or so speakers that spoke but even more that didn't but were equally important in our constant struggle to keep America free. Craig Deluz is an awesome speaker. I got a chance to catch him before he got started here. Also was the meeting of Dave Smith, a competitive shooter with the Parkinsons' Disease that learned he can manage this struggle by continuing to shoot.

I've been involved in gun rights activism since 1991 and continue to be inspired by great people like these.

my main guest this week is long time friend, trainer, activist, Ric Ector from Legally Armed in Detroit that was on TV recently with Tucker Carlson show.
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Breakfast links: Abodes well?

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Historic house flipping

In Anacostia, a nonprofit is buying up blighted properties, and restoring and flipping them at a loss in an effort to preserve the neighborhood’s historic character. (Post)

Data for desegregation

New federal rules will force cities to do more to end segregation. Building on the Fair Housing Act, the new rules require cities to track, report, and set goals based on a variety of data that reflect integration. (Post)

Here comes surge #4

Through next Monday, buses replace trains between Pentagon City and National Airport. Many of the transportation alternatives from SafeTrack surge 3 will continue. (ArlNow)

Mic on Metro

In the latest episode of the Metropocalypse podcast, Martin Di Caro talks to GGWash founder David Alpert about our MetroGreater contest and other Metro matters. (WAMU)

Ride hail by the numbers

Over the past year, 117,000 drivers have registered to carry Uber and Lyft passengers in Virginia. More than 12,000 are Fairfax County residents, while over 60,000 come from out-of-state. (Post)

Rosslyn’s newest high rises

A huge mixed-use project will likely bring a new fire station, park, office building, and two high-rise residential buildings to Rosslyn. Arlington’s overall plans for Rosslyn call for building a more walkable community with 5,000 new residential units. (WBJ)

Catch ‘em all on the Mall

As Pokemon GO sweeps the nation, the National Park Service says its Park Rangers will lead Pokemon hunts on the Mall, but continues to urge visitors to be respectful of memorials. (DCist)

A new symbol for the FBI site

The massive Brutalist FBI building reflected American power when it was built. What would be an appropriate symbol today for a replacement one? How about a skyscraper, suggests Dan Reed? (Washingtonian)

And…

Is it bad to start a sentence with And? (Washingtonian) … Frederick Kunkle makes some sense on highways (Post) … An app reminds people to look at the city around them instead of being engrossed in phones. (Citylab)

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The Moot Boot Scoot

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Sullivan v. Menard



Not everyone spends a lot of time in criminal court. Even fewer people spend a lot of time handling post-conviction issues that arise. You’d think with the rise of true-crime series, like Making a Murderer or podcasts like Serial and Undisclosed(and all the eleventy jillion others out there; I kid, many of them are interesting) that everyone and their sister is somehow suddenly involved in filing habeas corpus and post-conviction relief cases. But that’s not exactly the case. And although we’ve got great lawyers handling post-conviction relief cases (I may be biased, many of them are my friends), it’s not always the buzz-worthy media-type cases that get filed. 


This is such a case. That doesn’t mean it isn’t important, because it is. And not only that, it’s got an interesting problem that’s a little hard to square.

So, here’s the deal. In Vermont someone gets sentenced after a conviction. And lest there be a thought that a 1 year jail sentence means a weekend because of some miracle of “good time” let’s put that to rest. That’s not what happens. In Vermont we have indeterminate sentencing, which means every sentence needs a minimum and a maximum. Someone could get a sentence of 1-2 years. That means they serve up to 1 year in jail and at their minimum are eligible to be released. Then, for the balance of that, the person is still supervised by the Department of Corrections. 

There’s a rule, though, that allows certain people to potentially be released prior to their minimum sentences on what’s known as “reintegration furlough.” This is a release that some sentenced defendants may get. Here’s the trick: the Department of Corrections made rules about who is eligible, and also about how to award reintegration furlough to certain defendants. This generally happens a few months prior to a defendant’s release. If you ever hear of a sentenced defendant talking about their “window” this is what they mean. There’s a small window of time prior to the minimum where someone can be released a little early.

Defendants with violent crimes generally aren’t eligible. The defendant here was convicted of a crime that falls under that category.

He hoped to get released on reintegration furlough prior to his minimum sentence, but that got denied. He then filed a motion in the Civil Division, seeking review of the administrative agency’s action. That got denied and he appealed to the Supreme Court.

While the appeal was pending, he hit his minimum sentence and was paroled a little over a week later. That means he left jail, and is now under the supervision of the Department of Corrections as a parolee. 

The state moved to dismiss the appeal as moot, because the relief the defendant was seeking could no longer be granted. He couldn’t get reintegration furlough if he was already out of jail on parole, which is a different supervision status.

The defendant wasn’t pleased by this, and asked SCOV to consider it anyway, and said there was an important public interest in getting the reintegration furlough issue nailed down.

SCOV declined to make a public interest exception to the doctrine of mootness, and dismissed the appeal.

When there’s no live dispute anymore, a case becomes moot and there’s no reason for the case to continue to be in court. Let me give you an example. A few years ago, I represented a man who wanted to get divorced from his wife. While the divorce was pending he suffered a fairly serious medical issue and unfortunately, he died. Our divorce case now was moot. There were no longer two parties who needed a divorce dispute resolved. 

The defendant in this case argued that the case ought to go forward because this same issue might come up again for him. He essentially argued that he might get in more trouble, and then because of the conviction in this case he would again be precluded from being awarded reintegration furlough. SCOV says this is too speculative.

He also raised, and I think this is the more interesting issue, the fact that because of the timing of how all this works, that aggrieved prisoners who are denied reintegration furlough before their minimums, will never be able to litigate that denial. This furlough is meant to take place approximately six months (or less) before someone’s minimum. Suppose the defendant seeks furlough and is denied. Then he has to exhaust his administrative remedies. Then file a Rule 75 motion in the Civil Division. Then if that’s denied, appeal to the Vermont Supreme Court. This all takes more than 6 months, which necessarily will always place the defendant beyond his minimum. 

So, this gets dismissed as moot, and the timing issue is left for a different day. 

          

The Haunted Mansion – FanScription Podcast

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053 Why Your Cat Brings You Dead Mice and How to React, & Your Dog Could Bite Someone – How to Prevent It.

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Does your cat bring you dead mice it kills or various rodent body parts? I’ll explain the current theory for why cats do this and the best way to react. It’s probably not what you think.

Then, if you are like many other dog owners, you don’t like to think that your dog could ever bite someone. The reality is that any dog – no matter the breed, can bite and injure someone. My guest, Melissa Berryman, is a dog bite prevention expert, creator of the People Training for Good Dogs dog handling program, and author of the book by the same title. In today’s episode, she talks about how we can take more responsibility for preventing dog bite injuries by better understanding our dog’s point of view and needs and expectations of us, and shares some of the innocent human actions that cause some of the most common bites.

Plus, in the special feature, “Where Did That Expression Come From?” we’ll take on the phrase, “barking up the wrong tree” and then how one of America’s most popular foods, a sandwich eaten by the billions each year, got its name.

Congratulations to Ann from Woodburn, Oregon for winning a free large bag of NutriSource dog food. She did so, by being randomly selected from those that sent in a question about their pets that they wanted covered in the podcast. Her question, that we answered, was about why cats leave “gifts” of dead mice for her family.  You can be selected as well and receive a free bag of pet food. Write me at susan@raisingyourpaws.com.

Additional Resources for the show.

Source for story about why cats leave dead mice and how to react. Why Does My Cat Do That? By Catherine Davidson.

Melissa Berryman’s “People Training for Good Dogs” Program Website.

Amazon link to order the book “People Training for Good Dogs: what breeders don’t tell you and trainers don’t teach.” By Melissa Berryman.

 

Source for Stories about where hot dogs got their name. National Hot Dog and Sausage Council Website


          

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Ep.62 Think About The WHY Not Just The WHAT!

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In this episode, I ponder on WHY on earth I am taking the shot?  There has to be a reason, right?  Surely I am not just lying in the dirt for the fun of it!

In this day and age it is all too easy to simply take the photograph because you can - not because it's a good image or there's a profound reason to take it.  These are my thoughts on some reasons why you should create that image - and some thoughts on not bothering if there's no good reason to.

Enjoy!


If you do enjoy this podcast, please head over to Mastering Portrait Photography where there are articles and videos about this wonderful industry.  You can subscribe to this podcast on iTunesPodBean and Spotify.

PLEASE also leave us a review - we'd love to hear what you think!

If there are any topics you would like to hear, have questions we could answer or would simply like to come and be interviewed on the podcast, please contact me at paul@paulwilkinsonphotography.co.uk 


          

BikeRadar Podcast Ep 11: Future trends in road cycling

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ZanZanA, l'émission METAL de RTCI - 05/11/2019 - première heure

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Le podcast de la première heure de la ZanZanA, l'émission METAL de RTCI, du mardi 05 novembre 2019.

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* Phil Campbell - Straight Up ft Rob Halford
* Kissin Dynamite & The Baseballs - Cadillac Maniac
* Green Day - Father Of All
* Liv Kristine - Love Decay ft Michele Branch
* Lacuna Coil - Save Me
* Kobra and the Lotus - Burn
* Tarja Turunen - Tears In Rain
* Kris Barras Band - What You Get
* D.A.D. - Prayer For The Loud
* Apocalyptica - Ashes Of The Modern World

Bonne écoute

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WHERE BRAINS MEET BEAUTY™ | Gabrielle Ophals, Co-Founder of Haven Spa: Dreaming Big with Eyes Wide Open

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Gabrielle Ophals, co-founder of Haven Spa, doesn’t want to step on anyone’s dreams. As someone who took over a tiny spa on Bleecker Street in New York over 20 years ago and has been moving, tending and growing it ever since, she believes in reaching for the stars. She just thinks some aspiring entrepreneurs get caught up in “it-would-be-cool-to-run-my-own-business” thinking without really considering what’s involved. She believes in following your bliss while keeping your eyes open and having a great team of professionals at the ready, from accountants to plumbers. Lots of wise stuff here. Be sure to listen!

 

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Podcast Dissens #45: Extinction Rebellion - Aufstand gegen den kollektiven Selbstmord

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The disrupters will be "disrupted"

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This example is not a hypothetical. The meal-kit company Blue Apron revealed before its public offering that the company was spending about $460 to recruit each new member, despite making less than $400 per customer. From afar, the company looked like a powerhouse. But from a unit-economics standpoint—that is, by looking at the difference between customer value and customer cost—Blue Apron wasn’t a “company” so much as a dual-subsidy stream: first, sponsoring cooks by refusing to raise prices on ingredients to a break-even level; and second, by enriching podcast producers. Little surprise, then, that since Blue Apron went public, the firm’s valuation has crashed by more than 95 percent. - Derek Thompson, The Millennial Urban Lifestyle Is About to Get More Expensive, The Atlantic

I don't usually do much news commentary but I've been skeptical of the gig-economy and mommy-services for ages.

The bigger question for me has, how did Silicon Valley start-ups manage to fleece investors for this long? The example that jumps to my mind is MoviePass, which was hemorrhaging money so fast that it went as far as to change user passwords to keep users from using its service. Many of these services existed as a "hack" via legal shenanigans. Labor laws are catching up, as Gavin Newsom signed AB 5.

When these services actually charge what it costs to use them, like eScooters, or have the double-whammy of having to raise prices to be profitable and content with actually employing the people they're exploiting and be profitable, it's going to be brutal. Many customers will be priced out from food delivery to ride-hailing services. They'll be just like the services they "disrupted" but only with a nicer app to show for it.


          

Neither Useful, Nor Interesting

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Oh, yet another blog post that begins with me talking about something I heard when I was listening to a podcast. The Mom Rage Podcast, no less—am I predictable yet? This one was about vaccines (it was so good!), featuring a conversation with medical anthropologist Samantha Gottlieb about the HPV vaccine and “vaccine-hesitant communities.” She […]
          

BPT 2.0 – The Lies of the Third Reich , Hong Kong, and 2 Thess 2

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I muse on some lessons from the excellent book the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich and how it (kind of) pertains to Hong Kong. The main part of the podcast though is about the complete lack of consensus among pretribulationalist regarding 2 Thessalonians 2, otherwise known as pretrib Kryptonite. Check Out http://prewrathmovie.com

          

BPT 2.0 – Un-Retired, New Project, and an End Times Litmus Test

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It really is great to be back podcasting on Bible Prophecy Talk, I have missed it! So in this first podcast back, I talk about what I have been doing, and why I have decided to polish off my podcasting microphone. Spoiler alert! Alan Kurschner and I are working on a new Prewrath film project, […]

          

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A Return to Peronism?

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Podcast here https://soundcloud.com/user-280580802/51-a-return-to-peronism The Argentine presidential elections led to the victory of the Peronist Alberto Fernandez, who had on his ticket for vice president the former president Cristina Fernandez-Kirchner (2007-2015), who had followed her husband Nestor Kirchner (2003-2007) to power … Continue reading
          

Book Review, “Crisis and Choice in European Social Democracy” by Fritz Scharpf (1987, Ithaca: Cornell University Press)

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Podcast available here: https://soundcloud.com/user-280580802/50-book-review-crisis-and-choice-in-european-social-democracy-by-fritz-scharpf I am thoroughly impressed by Frits Scharpf macro political economy framework and he fits in line with other German scholars like Wolfgang Streeck (both emeriti professors at the Cologne social research institute) or Claus Offe. Scharpf … Continue reading
          

The Contradiction between Social and Environmental Justice

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Podcast available here: https://soundcloud.com/user-280580802/49-the-contradiction-between-environmental-and-social-justice After attending a talk on overpopulation, the two concepts connected to it continued flashing through my mind: climate change and capitalism. I had meditated on these three connected issues back in August (Liu 2019). Right now … Continue reading
          

Faith in KIDS #21 It's All About Grace

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Ed and Jam are back and talking about to Michael Tinker about God's amazing grace. And he introduces to a bunch of characters going on a space adventure. For more information about Michael's CDs and the Mission to Dendros Space Adventure, go HERE.

For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org 

Email us at podcast@faithinkids.org and let us know what you think of the show. Or just tell us stuff, or the place where you heard the show. 

Recorded and produced by James Cary.

Theme Music: 99 Bananas Written By Stephen Keech Performed By Fantoms



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CATCH UP – Knackered in New York!

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Catch up on today’s show here on the full podcast!

We’re still live from New York City, and we’re all feeling it after a huge night on the town, Browny’s still got a sore backside; Chrissie’s karaoked her voice down to nothing, and; Sam’s got serious FOMO. Today we caught up with our new mate Brad Blanks, we met NY local and AFL player Ojas ‘Juice’ Desai, and Sam surprised us with our good friend Ross Noble for a next level game of ‘In The Cage / Out The Cage’!

We’re having the best time in New York, and you can follow every minute of it on our Instagram channel! Trust us. It’s worth a follow.

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CATCH UP – Live from New York!

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Catch up on today’s show here on the full podcast!

We’re still live from NYC, and Browny is recovering from his mammoth NY Marathon effort, so we want to know how he’s feeling! We also catch up with Aussie Tony nominated writer and musician Eddie Perfect about his hit Broadway show Beetlejuice; former AFL player Ted Richards came by to prepare notes on the big run; Brad Blanks goes celebrity hunting; Nathan Brown threw another $5k into the EB foundation kitty because Browny smashed his PB; and Deano hit the streets of NYC to find a joke for Sam!


There’s SO much to see from our NY adventure on the Chrissie, Sam & Browny Instagram – give us a follow now!

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CATCH UP – Browny Runs The New York Marathon!

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Catch up on today’s show here on the full podcast!

Seriously, though, today, Jonathan Brown ran the 2019 TCS NYC Marathon. Listen to today’s show and you’ll hear Chrissie & Sam’s adventures finding JB to see him run, hear how Browny went, and whether or not he survived one of the biggest thing he’s ever done! We’re so excited to have come to NYC, and we’ll be here all week! Special Thanks to the legends at Underworks Australia, and we’re also super pumped that Browny was able to run in support of the EB Foundation!


Follow all of today’s action on our Instagram!

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#39 - 7 Habits Necessary to Thrive NOT Survive

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As you go through each day, your mental decisions and actions fall into a mixture of four quadrants: Personal, Professional-Educational, Financial and Heath/Wellness/Performance.  During this podcast, Coach Robb discusses the difference between simply surviving from day-to-day and thriving on a daily basis for maximum productivity and happiness. 

If you were to wake up tomorrow independently wealthy, answer these three questions:

  1. What would you eat all day long?
  2. What would you do with your time until you went back to bed?
  3. Who would you spend your time with all day and night?

Like all Coach Robb podcasts, the catalyst behind this subject is the number of emails and phone calls that Coach Robb and his staff receive regarding the struggles of “just getting through a day”.  The end results are individuals that are tired, frustrated and not achieving their full potential, often making it harder and harder to get out of bed each day motivated. 

Whether you are young and uneducated about the specifics of these four quadrants of life, someone in a mid-life situation that is feeling the by-product of poor choices, or in your golden years trying to fix mid-life mistakes, this podcast will help you align your situation with your desired outcome - living life as if you were independently wealthy.  Coach Robb walks you through his 7 Habits Necessary to Thrive NOT Survive and discusses how aligning your perspective and actions will put you on the path to a simple, sustainable path to thriving!

Listener’s questions include: Why is diaphragmic breathing so relaxing?. Why doesn’t Coach Robb recommend eating the first hour of exercise?; Why are canned black beans included in Coach Robb’s cookbook and snack books?; What should a young student study to do what Coach Robb does?; and, Why os Coach Robb so adamant about training and racing with a heart rate monitor?

NEW - Coach Robb’s New Snack Book

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#Cleantech and #Climate Change #Podcast interview with Graciela Chichilnisky, Co-author of REVERSING CLIMATE CHANGE, @Fridays4future

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#Cleantech and #Climate Change #Podcast interview with Graciela Chichilnisky, Co-author of REVERSING CLIMATE CHANGE, @Fridays4future

A Quest for a Carbon Revolution



Point Roberts WA, Delta BC, November 1, 2019 – Investorideas.com, a global news source and leading investor resource issues a special edition of its Cleantech and Climate Change podcast, talking to well-known thought leaders and management of publicly traded about today's problems and solutions for the future.

Today’s podcast features an exclusive interview with renowned economist Graciela Chichilnisky, co-author of the forthcoming book REVERSING CLIMATE CHANGE (World Scientific Publishing, December 2019).

Chichilnisky also talks about her company, Global Thermostat and its “direct air capture" technology that removes CO2 from the atmosphere; how it works and its current status. This technology could potentially play a role in a carbon revolution. Chichilnisky believes economics and climate change need to go hand-in-hand.

CO2 removed from the air will not only potentially reverse climate change but can become the main feedstock of economic growth, replacing petroleum.

A fair global economic playing field and a reversal of climate change; now that is a revolution!

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Dr. Graciela Chichilnisky, co-author of REVERSING CLIMATE CHANGE, is a Professor of Economics and Mathematical Statistics at Columbia University, and Director of the Columbia Consortium for Risk Management.  She is also co-founder and CEO of Global Thermostat, and co-creator of a carbon removal technology that the National Academy of Sciences has said is the only one that can reverse climate change.  The technology was chosen by MIT Technology Review as one of the Ten Breakthrough Technologies of 2019, curated by Bill Gates.  In addition, Global Thermostat was named one of the top ten most innovative companies in energy by Fast Company and Dr. Chichilnisky was selected by International Alternative Investment Review as the 2015 CEO of the Year in Sustainability.  In 2019, Global Thermostat and ExxonMobil signed a joint development agreement to advance breakthrough technology to scale up to the removal of 1 gigaton of CO2.

Chichilnisky worked extensively on the Kyoto Protocol, creating and designing the carbon market that became international law in 2005. In 2017, she was selected by the Carnegie Foundation for their prestigious Great Immigrant, Great American award and in 2018, she was awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
Chichilnisky holds Ph.D. degrees in mathematics and economics from MIT and the University of California, Berkeley. She is the author of more than 300 scientific articles and 13 books, including Saving Kyoto which won the American Library Association’s 2010 Outstanding Academic Title of the Year and the American Geographical Society’s Book of the Month Award in October 2009.  She acted as the lead author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which received the 2007 Nobel Prize for its work in deciding world policy with respect to climate change.

Peter Bal, co-author of REVERSING CLIMATE CHANGE, is a businessman and ecological restoration practitioner. He sees carbon dioxide as an asset to be mined, focusing on natural plant absorption as well as industrial solutions to retrieve carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. He is currently working on a containerized carbon dioxide absorbing unit with Global Thermostat and also involved in setting up ecological research and training centers.

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203 - She's a podcast booker and animal rescuer: Tom interviews Margy Feldhuhn

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Margy Feldhuhn is a co-owner of Interview Connections. It's the first and leading podcast booking agency. Margy and her business partner, Jessica, lead an in-house staff. She's got 12 employees in their Rhode Island office and have successfully scaled the agency to seven figures. Margy is very active in animal rescue and she was recently recognized for her fundraising efforts with the Humane Heroes Award.

Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 203

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

entrepreneurship distance learning school, home based business, lifestyle business

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

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03:23 Tom's introduction to Margy Feldhuhn

05:29 Podcasting is exploding

07:31 Podcasting requires work and a commitment to produce quality

10:15 How Margy works with podcasts

12:38 Margy's passion with animals

17:38 Very creative entrepreneurial little girl

20:39 Contractors vs. employees

28:14 Sponsor message

30:20 A typical day for Margy and how she stays motivated

38:33 Parting thoughts for us Screwballs

Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast

Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/

entrepreneurship distance learning school, home based business, lifestyle business

Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/

Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - orders@antion.com

Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/

Margy's website - https://interviewconnections.com/

Interview Connections on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/InterviewConnectionsPage/

Guest Expert Profit Lab on Facebook - http://interviewconnections.com/group

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

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202 - Get in front of 53 Million people for FREE: Tom talks Flash Briefings

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Creating Flash Briefings. Tom is going to lay out the process to get flash briefings up on Amazon's Echo and Dot devices. There's a lot of potential here to reach MILLIONS of people through these in-home devices, so listen up and learn how to take advantage of this emerging technology.

Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 202

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

02:59 Tom's introduction to Flash Briefings

05:04 Getting your flash briefings on Amazon devices

08:01 How are people using flash briefings

10:21 Setting up your flash briefing

15:18 Sponsor message

17:14 Creating your flash briefing

Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast

Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/

Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/

Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - orders@antion.com

Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/

Alexa Commands - https://www.cnet.com/how-to/every-alexa-command-you-can-give-your-amazon-echo-smart-speaker/

Listen to Your Flash Briefing - https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201601880

Sound Up Now - https://soundupnow.com/

Skilexa - https://skilexa.com/

Effct - https://effct.co/

Voiceflow - https://www.voiceflow.com/

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

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More Entrepreneurial Resources for Home Based Business, Lifestyle Business, Passive Income, Professional Speaking and Online Business

I discovered a great new headline / subject line / subheading generator that will actually analyze which headlines and subject lines are best for your market. I negotiated a deal with the developer of this revolutionary and inexpensive software. Oh, and it's good on Mac and PC. Go here: http://jvz1.com/c/41743/183906

The Wordpress Ecourse. Learn how to Make World Class Websites for $20 or less. https://www.GreatInternetMarketing.com/wordpressecourse

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201 - She's a Super Serial Entrepreneur: Tom interviews Jen Groover

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Jen Groover's name has become synonymous with innovation, entrepreneurship, evolution and human potential. She was recently nominated as a U.N. delegate to the first ever global accelerator for the Global Entrepreneurs Council. And she's also made history, at the New York Stock Exchange, as a member of the first all female group to ring the opening bell. And she's made Forbes list of 50 founders you need to follow on Twitter. And she was nominated TV Personality of the Year in 2013 by Savor the Success.

Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 201

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

03:14 Tom's introduction to Jen Groover

11:53 How to work with Jen

18:35 An adventurous, thrill seeking, curious little girl

20:58 Working in high school and started in business right out of college

30:35 Sponsor message

32:45 A typical day for Jen and how she stays motivated

40:46 Parting thoughts for us Screwballs

Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast

Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/

Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/

Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - orders@antion.com

Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/

Jen's website - https://jengroover.com/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jengroover/

Twitter - https://twitter.com/jengroover/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jengroover/

Empowered Eyewear - https://empoweredeyewear.com/

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

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200 - Antion Success Method: Tom talks Success Principles

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Today's topic is success and leadership principles that you need to be able to tell the boss to take this job and shove it. If you already have your own business, I'll tell you how to take it to a much higher level. Also, these principles will also help you in any aspect of your life, not just business.

Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 200

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02:31 Tom's introduction to Success Principles

08:10 Speaking Leadership Skills from Tom's Dad

10:52 Leadership Skill #1 Build it strong

19:19 Leadership Skill #2 Don't take shortcuts

23:57 Leadership Skill #3 Don't waste things or people

27:33 Leadership Skill #4 Be self-reliant

34:18 Leadership Skill #5 Study

43:54 Leadership Skill #6 You can have whatever you want if you're willing to work for it

54:38 Leadership Skill #7 Give before you get

01:02:03 Leadership Skill #8 You can overcome obstacles

01:06:34 Leadership Skill #10 Risk everything for something really worthwhile

01:08:27 Balance

01:12:08 Being on time

01:13:31 Extra Success Principles

01:22:07 Writing something like this for your parents

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How to Get Your First (Paid!) Speaking Gig

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Do you think you have what it takes to start getting paid to speak? Not sure how to get started? Getting speaking opportunities starts opening up a lot of doors and opportunities.

Tune in to hear Eric Siu share his favorite tactics to help you learn to speak at conferences and score paid speaking gigs. 

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How Writing a Book Can Accelerate You Past Your Competition

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Hey everyone! In today’s episode, I share the mic with book marketing genius and author Dave Chesson, Founder of Kindlepreneur and Publisher Rocket.

Tune in to hear some of the pitfalls Dave sees with new authors, strategies you can take you to the next level and the kind of credibility that writing a book can give you to skyrocket your professional career.

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NESN Bruins Podcast: Goaltending Trending Down; Are Offside Reviews Getting Out Of Hand?

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The Boston Bruins have started to come down to earth a bit. Sure, Tuesday marked just their second regulation loss... Read More »
          

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Podcast with Jerry Holcombe

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Jerry is a General Manger of Induction Melting at Reno Refractories.

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OV299 - The Lighthouse - For All Mankind, Dickinson, See, The Morning Show, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, In Fabric, Marriage Story, Just Mercy, and Netflix's The King (Guest: Ben Sears)

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OV299 - The Lighthouse - For All Mankind, Dickinson, See, The Morning Show, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, In Fabric, Marriage Story, Just Mercy, and Netflix's The King (Guest: Ben Sears) 

This week, I welcome back our contributor Ben Sears to the podcast to review Robert Eggers’ incredible film, The Lighthouse. We also discuss some news regarding David Benioff and DB Weiss, the Game of Thrones prequel announcement, and more. For Potpourri, Ben shares his thoughts on AppleTV+ original series See, Dickinson, For All Mankind, The Morning Show, and the service itself. Then I share my thoughts on the Special Presentation screenings I attended at HIFF2019.

This week’s stinger comes from our Patreon-exclusive recording: 052 - OV B-Roll - “Ben’s HIFF2019 Thoughts” - AppleTV+, Movies To Catch Up On, and Pizza is Pretty - November 4, 2019

Timestamps

  • Show Start – 00:28
  • Welcome Back, Ben - 01:04
  • Movie Theater Adventure - 04:21
  • News - 13:31
  • Thoughts on The Witch (2015) - 26:20 

The Lighthouse - 31:32

  • Non-Spoiler - 33:10
  • Spoiler - 55:01 

Potpourri - 1:14:58

  • Ben: AppleTV+ Series - 1:15:18
  • Matt: HIFF2019 Special Presentations - 1:26:48
  • Ben: Netflix’s The King - 1:46:10
  • Ben: Dark Waters - 1:53:00 

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Episode Homepage: http://www.obsessiveviewer.com/OV299


          

Uncanny Magazine Podcast 31A

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Welcome to Episode 31A of the award-winning Uncanny Magazine Podcast! In Episode 31A you will hear: Introduction: Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky Short Story: “Nutrition Facts” by D.A. Xiaolin Spires, as read by Joy Piedmont Poem: , “Without Prayer or the Place in the Forest” by Sonya Taaffe, as read by Erika Ensign Interview: Lynne M. Thomas […]

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Kevin Clifton: 'We made a conscious decision' Strictly star's parents speak out on son

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KEVIN CLIFTON’S dance teacher parents have revealed why they sent their Strictly Come Dancing star son to different dance teachers as a child. In a new interview they opened up about how they knew Kevin had the same dancing talent as themselves.
          

Friendly Fire Show 147: Reviews stranding

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Holy hell, Stevivor’s Ben Salter and Steve Wright are back and have about a month of reviews to catch up on… in the period of time when all the reviews have happened. Here’s what the gents discussed: Ghost Recon Breakpoint Review Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Review Destiny 2 Shadowkeep Review Overwatch 2 announced Concrete Genie Review John […]

This content originally appeared on Stevivor, at Friendly Fire Show 147: Reviews stranding.


          

Episode 26 - Swanky Tunes Interview

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Swanky Tunes Interview

you can find me on: https://www.instagram.com/reneechats/ https://www.facebook.com/reneechats my new website: https://reneechats.com
love you xx Renée

Mike Newman, Antoine Cortez vs Madison Baby – Lollipop Baby (Renee Koo Edit) with Walter Fargi, Trasko – Its Not Right but Its OK (Altralune 2013 remix) Laidback Luke & Martin Solveig vs Gwen & Eve – Blow & Blow (Renee Koo Edit) Autoerotique – Asphyxiation (Uberjak'd Remix) + WTF (Renee Koo Edit) Je Doubleu vs Enur – Suckerfree Calabria (Renee Koo Edit) with DVBBS & Bourgeois – Tsunami Pryda vs Chic Flowerz - Miami to Atlanta is a Dancer with Robyn – Dancing on My Own (Disfunktion Bootleg) Antoine Claraman vs Kelis vs Rock the Funky Beats – It's My Funky Beat Bounce (Renee Koo Edit) Tom Piper, Daniel Farley, Snob Scrilla - The Jam (J-Trick Remix) with Martin Solveig & The Cataracs feat. Kyle - Hey Now (Tommie Sunshine & Live City Remix) Pakito vs Madeon – Living on Video in the City (Renee Koo Edit) Duke Dumont feat. AME - Need U 100_ (Dj Miller & Dj Haipa Remix) with Charles Feelgood, DJ Dan vs Kill Paris - Play That Funky Mood ( Renee Koo Edit) with Stars on 45 – Stars on 45 Sos band – Take Your Time (Solidisco remix) Solidisco - Never Let You Go with Lana del Ray vs Dirt Cheap vs Deorro - Turn that Summertime Sadness Down (Renee Koo Edit) with Nom De Strip & NEZZO - Devil's BBQ (Original Mix) Imagine Dragons vs John Martin vs dBerrie - Radioactive Reload (Renee Koo Edit) Dirty South & Those Usual Suspects feat. Erik Hecht - Walking Alone (Martin Volt & Quentin State Remix) Nicky Romero & Krewella vs Bassjackers - Legacy gets Crakin' (DJ Renee Koo Mash UP) with Sander Van Doorn vs Kraftwerk ft Busta Rhymes – Zombie Joyenergizer Nation (Renee Koo Edit) Knife Party - EDM Death Machine (Uberjakd Bootleg) with Run DMC vs Let me Clear my Throat (Renee Koo Edit) with Crookers, RVBRA vs. French Montana, Drake, Rick Ross, Lil' Wayne - Pop That (Clockwork Bootleg) with Hardwell & W&W - Jumper (Riggi & Piros Remix) Linkin Park, Project 46 vs Michael Woods - Platinum Shadow Of The Day (Renee Koo Edit) Rihanna vs Gwen vs Firebeatz - What Hollaback Now (Renee Koo Edit) with Icona Pop - All Night (Cash Cash Remix)/ (Renee Koo Thriller Edit) with Michael Jackson – Dirty (DLG Legacy Bootleg) Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes vs Bingo Players - Stop Out of My Mind (Renee Koo Edit) Many thanks to Swanky Tunes! Check them out at https://www.facebook.com/swankytuneslive Join me on: Facebook: www.facebook.com/DJReneeKoo Instagram: instagram.com/djreneekoo Twitter: www.twitter.com/DJReneeKoo Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/djreneekoo Tumblr: www.reneekoo.tumblr.com/ Podomatic: www.djreneekoo.podomatic.com/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/DJReneeKoo info, promo, bookings, and demo submissions shoot an email to DJReneeKooPodcast@gmail.com">DJReneeKooPodcast@gmail.com....if u guys want feedback on your demos send me a PM or email with a zippyshare and I'll do my best... Special thanks & shouts to: all the listeners for ur ears and support..nothing but luv! many thanks and remember to keep it funky! -Renee x For Promo use only. Artist & amp, Producers retain all rights to their music. This recording is for the sole purpose of promoting DJ Renee Koo


          

Episode 25 - Tomorrowland Special Edition

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you can find me on: https://www.instagram.com/reneechats/ https://www.facebook.com/reneechats my new website: https://reneechats.com
love you xx Renée

Imagination Intro Sick Individuals vs Never get high on your own supply (DJ Renee Koo Mash up) with Sending my love Acapella Norman Doray – Filtre (Chocolate Puma Remix) (DJ Renee Koo Hey Hey Hey Edit) with Robin Thick feat Pharell – Blurred Lines (Will Sparks Remix) KC& the sunshine band vs Kivi Kava vs Myers – Muzzaik Way (GlowintheDark Smash Up) Wild Cherry vs Simo & Paris, Merk , Kremont – Funky Tundra Boy (Makj Edit) (DJ Renee Koo Hands Up Edit) DMX– Up in Here (MightyFools Bootleg) with His Majesty Andre – Clubs (DJ Renee Koo Pussy Edit) Rubix – Baiser Sur La Disco vs Tradelove – Street Player (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) Lipps Inc – Funky Town vs Rock the Funky Beats (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) with D-Jastic - Funky music saved my soul TJR – Whatz up Suckaz (Dj Renee Koo In the air Edit) Calvin Harris – Thinking about you (Laidback Luke remix) R3hab & Bassjackers – Raise those hands high (DJ Renee Koo Edit) Metallica – Enter Sandman (Kastenhold & Dee Bootleg) Showtek feat We are loud – Booyah Bassjackers vs Nicky Romero & Krewella– Legacy gets Crakin (Dj Renee Koo Mash Up) Linkin Park & Project 46 vs Tripoli – Project of the Double Cream Day (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) Savoy & Heaher Bright – We are the Sun (Sick Individuals remix) Cash Cash – Take me home (Alex Guesta & Yan Kings remix) Matisse & Sadko – Stars (Dj Renee Koo Edit) with Alesso – Years (Dj Renee Koo Edit) vs Firebeatz -Wonderful (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway vs Deorro – Rock the Error 404 Party (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Chattahoochee (Tomorrowland Anthem) Rune RK vs Sick Individuals – Burning Chase (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) with I could be the One Acapella Sander Van Doorn & Julian Jordan – Kangaroo Gregor Klosman & Wahlstedt vs U2 – Come On New Years Day (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) Junior Rodgers vs Shazalakazoo & Chernobyl – Vamos as Muhler (DJ Renee Koo Mash Up) Steff da Campo & Danny da Costa – Go Tommy Trash – Monkey in Love Join me on: Facebook: www.facebook.com/DJReneeKoo Instagram: instagram.com/djreneekoo Twitter: www.twitter.com/DJReneeKoo Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/djreneekoo Tumblr: www.reneekoo.tumblr.com/ Podomatic: www.djreneekoo.podomatic.com/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/DJReneeKoo info, promo, bookings, and demo submissions shoot an email to DJReneeKooPodcast@gmail.com">DJReneeKooPodcast@gmail.com....if u guys want feedback on your demos send me a PM or email with a zippyshare and I'll do my best... Special thanks & shouts to: all the listeners for ur ears and support..nothing but luv! many thanks and remember to keep it funky! -Renee x For Promo use only. Artist & amp, Producers retain all rights to their music. This recording is for the sole purpose of promoting DJ Renee Koo


          

Zoom: Výrobcovia cigariet desaťročia klamali o filtroch

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Woke teachers and ethnic studies are toxic

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So-called “woke” teachers — aka socialists — in their ethnic studies classes use a strong foundation of complete ignorance to teach kids to hate America. (This post develops one of the topics I discussed in my No. 31 Bookworm Podcast.) Writing at Minding the Campus, George Leef has an article “A racially ‘woke’ agenda is […]

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No. 31 Bookworm Podcast: Sophisticated South, woke teachers, Leftist assumptions, and college costs

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In this Bookworm Podcast, I enjoy the lovely Southeast, examine woke teachers, dream of talking back to Leftists, and look at class and college costs. My latest podcast is up and running. You can listen to it through the audio embed below, or at LibSyn, or through Apple Podcasts. This podcast discusses: 1. How lovely and normal […]

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"Bob Ellison for twelve."

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You’ve heard of the “Arnold Palmer,” but are you familiar with the “Bob Ellison?”

Lots of sitcom writers over the last 40 years are. Bob Ellison is one of the all-time great comedy writers, specializing in pitching an endless stream of fabulous jokes. Bob produced THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW and wrote many of its more notable episodes, but he's probably best known as a “creative consultant.” That means he would work one night a week on a show. He would arrive for the afternoon runthrough then go back to the writers room and help rewrite long into the night, often contributing the best jokes of the script.

Bob was so in-demand that for years he worked on five different shows a week. When David Isaacs and I got a series on the air, Bob was our first call.

Okay, all that is backstory. (And in case you’re too young to know – Arnold Palmer was not just a drink but a world champion pro golfer.) ‘

When comedy writers worked late on rewrite nights they would have dinner brought in. A popular choice was Chinese because everyone didn’t have to individually order. (Decision making was way too hard.)  A variety of dishes would arrive and we’d form a buffet line.

But the question always was: what to order?

A popular Chinese restaurant on the Westside was Twin Dragons. Bob had been there frequently and knew what was good. So if we were going to Twin Dragons he would place the order.

Eventually, it got to the point where they knew him and his order. So for many sitcoms, if they wanted to order Chinese food for dinner they’d just call Twin Dragons and say, “Bob Ellison for twelve” or “Bob Ellison for nine.”

It’s been awhile since I’ve had a “Bob Ellison” during a rewrite. Ironically,  I’ve never actually been to Twin Dragons. I wonder what the food tastes like when it's hot and served on plates. Someday for fun I should go for lunch and see what happens when I order “Bob Ellison for one.”

I’d invite Bob Ellison but he is so sick of Chinese food.

Meanwhile, Bob Ellison is my guest on my next podcast episode that drops tonight at midnight in the East and 9 PM in the west.  You'll love meeting him.  
          

African Postman Bat

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Un puñado de novedades y anthems desde Ghana, Benin, Congo, Belice....real guitar heroes, soukuss, high life, afrobeat y otros sonidos atemporales.

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September 2019 Roving Reports

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"Banlieusards" renvoie le spectateur à la dure réalité des quartiers

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Produit et scénarisé par le célèbre rappeur Kery James, le film Banlieusards soulève des problématiques d'actualité et amène le spectateur à s'interroger sur les inégalités de notre société.
"On n'est pas condamné à l'échec, voilà l'chant des combattants. Banlieusard et fier de l'être, j'ai écrit l'hymne des battants" ainsi Kery James entame en 2008 son morceau de rap dédié à la vie en banlieue. Dix ans après, le titre de ce morceau sera le titre de son film paru le 1...


          

056: Discerning Communication From Your Inner Being

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In this episode I talk about how to discern communication from your Inner Being. As part of this discussion, I share recent insights I gained regarding my own journey of communicating with my Inner Being.

Share Your Feedback

Are you enjoying this podcast? If so, I'd love to hear from you. Please leave me a review on iTunes or if you listen in another player, send me an email at hello@creatingfromtheinsideout.com

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Continue the discussion from the podcast and explore related Abraham Hicks memes, videos, and more in my free Facebook group, Creators From the Inside Out.  

Learn More About Me 

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Microsoft launches Visual Studio Online

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#241 — November 6, 2019

Read on the Web

StatusCode
Covering the week's news in software development, infrastructure, ops, platforms, and performance.

Recursive Sans and Mono: A Free Variable Type Family — This is a new ‘highly-flexible’ type family that takes advantage of variable font tech to let you pick the right style along five different axes. It’s pretty clever, well demonstrated, and very suitable for presenting data, code, or to be used in documentation and UIs.

Arrow Type

Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Online — It’s basically a collaborative version of VS Code that runs in the browser letting you develop from anywhere in a cloud-based environment. This isn’t a new idea but it’s great to see Microsoft’s might behind such an effort.

Visual Studio

Top CI Pipeline Best Practices — At the center of a good CI/CD setup is a well-designed CI pipeline. If your team is adopting CI, or your work involves building or improving CI pipeline, this best practices guide is for you.

Datree.io sponsor

You Can't Submit an Electron 6 (or 7) App to the Mac App Store? — Electron is a popular cross-platform app development toolkit maintained by GitHub. The bad news? It uses Chromium which uses several ‘private’ Apple APIs and Apple aren’t keen on accepting apps that use them for a variety of reasons.

David Costa

Dart 2.6: Now with Native Executable Compilation — Dart began life as a Google built, typed language that compiled to JavaScript but is now a somewhat broader project. The latest version includes a new dart2native tool for compiling Dart apps to self-contained, native executables for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

Michael Thomsen

GitHub Sponsors Is Now Out of Beta in 30 Countries — GitHub launched its Sponsors program in beta several months ago as a way for open source developers to accept contributions for their work and projects more easily. It’s now generally available in 30 countries with hopefully more to follow.

Devon Zuegel (GitHub)

Quick bytes:

💻 Jobs

DevOps Engineer at X-Team (Remote) — Work with the world's leading brands, from anywhere. Travel the world while being part of the most energizing community of developers.

X-Team

Find a Job Through Vettery — Vettery specializes in tech roles and is completely free for job seekers. Create a profile to get started.

Vettery

📕 Tutorials and Stories

How Monzo Built Network Isolation for 1,500 Services — 1,500 services power Monzo, a British bank, and they want to keep them all as separate as possible so that no single bad actor can bring down their platform. Here’s the tale of how they’ve been working towards that goal.

Monzo

A Comparison of Static Form Providers — A high level comparison of several providers who essentially provide the backend for your HTML forms.

Silvestar Bistrović

▶  An Illustrated Guide to OAuth and OpenID Connect — A 16 minute video rich with illustrations and diagrams.

Okta

Intelligent CI/CD with CircleCI: Test Splitting — Did you know that CircleCI can intelligently split tests to get you your test results faster?

CircleCI sponsor

▶  Writing Maintainable Code Documentation with Automated Tools and Transclusion — A 37 minute podcast conversation between Robby Russell and Ana Nelson, the creator of Dexy, a documentation writing tool.

Maintainable Podcast podcast

▶  Git is Hard but Time Traveling in Git Isn't — A lightning talk from React Conf 2019 that flies through some interesting Git features in a mere 6 minutes.

Monica Powell

Highlights from Git 2.24 — Take a look at some of the new features in the latest Git release including feature macros and a new way to ‘rewrite history’.

GitHub

Create a Bookmarking Application with FaunaDB, Netlify and 11ty — Brings together FaunaDB’s serverless cloud database, the Netlify platform (which uses Lambda under the hood), and 11ty (a static site generator) to create a bookmark management site.

Bryan Robinson

File Systems Unfit As Distributed Storage Backends: Lessons From Ten Years of Ceph Evolution — You can’t help but be won over by a comment like “Ten years of hard-won lessons packed into just 17 pages makes this paper extremely good value for your time.”

the morning paper

An SQL Injection Tutorial for Beginners — This is not a tutorial for you to follow but more a look at what hackers will attempt to do to your systems, if you let them. The techniques used are sneaky and interesting.

Marezzi

🛠 Code and Tools

Stripe CLI: A Command Line Development Environment for Stripe Users — Stripe has become somewhat ubiquitous in the payment processing space and their focus on developers is pretty neat, not least in this new tool for building and testing integrations.

Tomer Elmalem

Mark Text: A Simple, Free Markdown Editor — Works on macOS, Windows, and Linux. Built in Node with Electron.

Luo Ran

Sell Your Managed Services and APIs to Millions of Developers

Manifold sponsor

Yumda: Yum Packages, but for AWS Lambda — Essentially a collection of AWS Lambda-ready binary packages that you can easily install. You can request new packages, build your own, or use the existing ones that include things like GraphicsMagick, OpenEXR, GCC, libpng, Ruby, TeX, and more.

LambCI

K-Rail: A Workload Policy Enforcement Tool for Kubernetes — A webhook-based policy enforcement tool built in Go that lets you define policies in Go code too.

Cruise

Gitql: A Git Query Language and Tool — Lets you query a git repository using a SQL-like syntax, e.g. select date, message from commits where date < '2014-04-10'

Claudson Oliveira


          

Hayao Miyazaki

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This week the coldbros talk about everyone's favorite Japanese animator, Hayao Miyazaki! Miyazaki, and Studio Ghibli, is the Walt Disney of Japan and an absolute legend in the animation business in general. Only one of us is familiar with Miyazaki or Studio Ghibli at all, so we are basically getting our first taste of the visionary genius of this man. We have all watched as many Miyazaki movies as we could and then we discuss which ones are our favorites and why. Give us a listen and let us know how you feel about Hayao Miyazaki and his visual wonders. Please check out our sponsors for this episode! To the Moon and Back Botique (https://www.facebook.com/tothemoonandbackdeals/) Links: * Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/coldbowpodcast) * Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/coldbowpodcast/) * Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/coldbowpodcast/) * Twitter (https://twitter.com/coldbowpodcast)
          

Creating Content & Addressing Depression with Hannah Hart

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Hannah Hart is an entertainer, food enthusiast, and a two-time New York Times Bestselling author. On today’s episode, Maria and Hannah connect live at the Patreon Assembly to talk about staying authentic, excelling in the digital world, working through depression and pressure and defining success on our own terms.

Since creating the YouTube series “My Drunk Kitchen”, Hart has co-produced and starred in multiple films as well as hosted her own show on the Food Network, (I Hart Food). In 2018, Hart launched "Hannahlyze This," the self help podcast that just can’t help itself. Hart’s consistent authenticity in her content has established her as one of the most influential voices in the LGBTQ community, as well as gained her recognition as one of Hollywood Reporters New Digital Disruptors, and one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30. I sat down with her at the Patreon Assembly event this past weekend and we talked about creating content in the digital age, staying authentic, redefining success and handling depression and pressure.

Links:

https://hannahhart.com/

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/happiness-is-state-mind/201910/the-difference-between-sadness-and-depression

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-5rECKr0RI

--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
          

Virginia Franco Interviews Mark Anthony Dyson on the Resume Storyteller Podcast

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I wanted to share my guest spot on Virginia Franco’s podcast, Resume Storyteller from last Spring. We discuss several career advice, strategies, and job search tactics. Let me know what you think about this episode in one of three ways: Call and leave a voicemail at 708-365-9822, or text your comments to the same number […]
          

Macaulay Culkin nos acerca a la Navidad en su divertido spot para Happy Socks

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Macaulay Culkin nos acerca a la Navidad en su divertido spot para Happy Socks

Si tenemos a Macaulay Culkin en la tele y no para de sonar Mariah Carey en la radio, es que la Navidad ya está aquí. La última campaña de Happy Socks para estas fiestas navideñas cuenta con el actor americano, que nos viene alegrando las Navidades desde 1990. Un spot que nos pregunta si nos vamos a portar bien o mal.

El particular estilo de Macaulay Culkin se completa con los divertidos diseños de calcetines de la firma Happy Socks.

Si eres de los que ha visto Solo en Casa cientos de veces y nada te recuerda más a la Navidad, te encantará ver al actor en este spot en el que presume de jersey feo (muy adecuado para esta época del año). Happy Socks nos pregunta si nos portaremos mal o bien con su campaña Naughty or Nice.

Happy Socks

Así que si quieres regalar algo típico pero también muy original, cae en todos los tópicos navideños con esta colección de calcetines de diseños alegres y coloridos.

Happysocks Fw19 Macaulay Culkin Smac01 6500 13 95 Euros

En homenaje a Bunny Ears, el sitio web y podcast de Culkin dedicado a la sátira y la cultura pop, en los diseños aparecen conejitos esponjosos y divertidos descansando en hamacas, hincándole el diente a barras de caramelo o posando en retratos surrealistas.

Sitio oficial | Happy Socks

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HBO’nun Fenomen Adayı His Dark Materials Yayınlandı

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His Dark Materials dizisi dün gece yayınlandı! Günlük haberleri konuştuğumuz haber programı Ajans yeni sezon ilk bölümü ile yayında. Podcast platformumuza Spotify ve Anchor üzerinden ulaşabilirsiniz. Bu programda HBO ve BBC ortak yapımı diziden bahsettik. His Dark Materials konusu, reytingleri ve ilk izleyici tepkilerini tartıştık. Bölümü alttaki linkten dinleyebilirsiniz; His Dark Materials HBO’nun Game of...

Sonrası HBO’nun Fenomen Adayı His Dark Materials Yayınlandı Dizi Haber ilk ortaya çıktı.


          

Haftalık Öneriler: Cinayet Süsü, Modern Love | Podcast

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Her hafta olduğu gibi bu hafta da podcast ekibimiz Alternatif Evren Podcast Network çatısı altında sizler için önerilerde bulunduğu podcastini yayınladı. Bu haftanın menüsü; Vizyona yeni giren Cinayet Süsü filmi ve onun özelinde Ali Atay ve Cengiz Bozkurt’un oyunculukları. Filmlerin izlenme rakamları ve bunun nelere göre değişkenlik gösterdiği. Modern Love dizisi ve Anne Hathaway sevgisi....

Sonrası Haftalık Öneriler: Cinayet Süsü, Modern Love | Podcast Dizi Haber ilk ortaya çıktı.


          

Behind the mic

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Wow. Vhs film was used for walking sounds. How do you even figure that out. The chemistry between the actors is so good. With other podcasts,...
          

Has fish-a-tarianism cracked Heather already?!? Heather dishes to Lindsay about a surprise airport run in with some RHOC and the HOT HOT HOT internet videos being watched by her Aunt Barbara!

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Lindsay’s back and after Heather’s busy weekend, there’s plenty to cover! The two grapple with being the guilt of being “stay-at-work” moms, especially during the holidays that are most important to their kids. Could that be solved by wavering on their strict no-pet policy? Next, Heather has a bone to pick with Terry’s less-than-chivalrous tendencies and she and Lindsay fantasize about one day having a “Forward Team” like celebrity power-duo Tom and Gisele. 

Also check out the exclusive new footage of the podcast and more on YouTube!

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Reuven Lerner: Podcasts, podcasts, and even more podcasts

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I’ve recently appeared on a whole bunch of podcasts about Python, freelancing, and even (believe it or not) learning Chinese! If you’re interested in any or all of these subjects, then you might want to catch my interviews:

  • Talk Python to Me: I spoke with Michael Kennedy (and Casey Kinsen) about freelancing in Python — and things to consider when you’re thinking of freelancing.
  • Programming Leadership: I spoke with Marcus Blankenship about why companies offer training to their employees, how they should look for training, and how best to take advantage of a course.
  • Profitable Python: I spoke with Ben McNeill about the world of Python training — how training works (for me, companies that invite me to train, and the people in my courses), how to build up an online business, and the difference between B2C vs. B2B. You can watch the video on YouTube, or listen to the audio version of the podcast!
  • Teaching Python: I spoke with Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about what it’s like to teach adults vs. children, and what tricks I use to help keep my students engaged. I learned quite a bit about how they teach Python to middle-school students!
  • You Can Learn Chinese: I’ve been studying Chinese for a few years, and spent some time chatting with Jared Turner about my experience, how I continue to improve, and how my Chinese studies have affected my work teaching Python. The entire episode is great, and my interview starts about halfway through.

In related news, you might know that I’ve been a co-panelist on the Freelancers Show podcast for the last few years. The entire panel (including me) recently left the show, and we’re currently discussing how/when/where we’ll restart.

I’ll be sure to post to my blog here when there are updates — but if you’re a freelancer of any level (new or experienced) who might be interested in sharing your stories with us, please contact me, so we can speak with you when we re-start in our new format.

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Podcast #140 – RV-caching i Canada, på Frederiksberg og filer fra lytterne

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Det er alt for længe siden sidst, men vi har haft travlt med at holde ferie. Denne podcast indeholder en række optagelser sendt til os fra L8hougs. De var en gruppe danskere på tur i Göteborg-området. Der er også en række optagelser fra vores tur rundt på Frederiksberg. Og så er der en gang 'siden sidst'
          

Reportáž z Biohacker Summit Helsinki 2019

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Aesthetic Intelligence: How to Boost it and Use it in Business and Beyond | Pauline Brown

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In Episode 108 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with Pauline Brown, the former Chairman of North America for LVMH, the world’s leading luxury goods company. Pauline has over thirty years’ experience acquiring, building, and leading some of the world’s most influential, luxury brands. In this conversation, she shares insights about how anyone can strengthen and grow his or her own aesthetic intelligence and apply that intelligence towards enhancing the quality and prosperity of one’s life and business.

Pauline’s case for aesthetic intelligence rests on four basic points. The first is simply that aesthetics matter, not only in life but also in business. The second is that aesthetic intelligence can be cultivated. In fact, each of us possesses far more capacity than we use; aesthetic vision and leadership also have the power to transform companies and even entire sectors, as has been proven time and again by companies like Apple, Dyson, and others. Lastly, in the absence of aesthetics, most businesses are susceptible to potentially fatal challenges. In other words, when a company’s aesthetics fail, so does the company.  

Her overall message is that aesthetics matter and that they can be cultivated. As Pauline says: “Although I believe that each of us has the potential to boost our aesthetic intelligence, it takes time and effort. It is just like developing other muscles.”  In this episode, we learn approaches and concrete exercises for building one’s “aesthetic muscles” and using them to win over customers, starting with exercises for enhancing what Pauline Brown calls (1) attunement, which she defines as “developing a higher consciousness of one’s environment and the effect of its stimuli;” (2) interpretation, which means “translating one’s emotional reactions (both positive and negative) to sensorial stimuli into thoughts that form the basis of an aesthetic position, preference, or expression;” (3) articulation, or expressing the “aesthetic ideals for one’s brand, product, or service such that team members not only grasp the vision but can execute on it with precision;” and (4) curation, or “organizing, integrating, and editing a wide variety of inputs and ideals to achieve maximum impact.” 

According to Pauline Brown: “When it comes to aesthetics, editorial command is all-important; as Coco Chanel said, “Elegance is refusal.”  

You can access the transcript and rundown to this week’s episode through the Hidden Forces Patreon Page. All subscribers are granted access to our overtime feed, which can be easily added to your favorite podcast application.

Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas

Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou

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548 - Six Myths About Type 2 Diabetes

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You Can Build It Call-In Talk Show, Episode #438

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The 438th Episode of the You Can Build It Call-in Talk Show was podcasted on Monday, August 12, 2019 I was privileged to be joined by Nancy Lou Henderson, Donna Setterlund,  Jay Cadmus, J.L. Callison, and Jawara D. King. Our callers on this Episode represent brand new Authors and seasoned Veterans of the Publishing Industry. […]

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Massively OP Podcast Episode 245: BlizzContrite

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On this week’s show, Bree and Justin delve into the ups, downs, and sideways of BlizzCon 2019. Will Diablo IV be a return to form... or a gory mess? Is Overwatch 2 an actual sequel... or a glorified mod? Will Shadowlands restore faith in World of Warcraft... or put players to sleep? And what was up with that apology, anyway?

It’s the Massively OP Podcast, an action-packed hour of news, tales, opinions, and gamer emails! And remember, if you’d like to send in your own letter to the show, use the “Tips” button in the top-right corner of the site to do so. 

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Práve tam, kde si - 7. november

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„… A kto vie, či si nebola vyvolená na kraľovanie práve pre takú chvíľu, ako je táto?“

(Est 4:14)

Už si sa niekedy ocitol na mieste, kde si nevyhnutne nechcel byť? Pýtal si sa sám seba: „Prečo som skončil v tomto susedstve práve s týmito susedmi?“ „… Prečo som skončil v tejto triede s týmto učiteľom?“ „… Prečo som skončil na tomto pracovisku s týmto šéfom či spolupracovníkom?“ Už sa ti niekedy prihodilo, že Boh ťa dal práve tam, kde si pre nejaký dôvod?

V starovekej Perzii sa jedna krásna mladá žena ocitla v role kráľovnej počas strategického historického obdobia židovského národa.  Voči Židom bol zosnovaný likvidačný plán. „Mordochaj dal Ester odpoveď: Nemysli si, že so svojím životom vyviazneš v kráľovskom paláci jediná zo všetkých Židov.  Ak budeš v tejto chvíli mlčať, úľava a záchrana príde Židom z inej strany, ale ty a tvoja rodina zahyniete.  A kto vie, či si nebola vyvolená na kraľovanie práve pre takú chvíľu, ako je táto?“ (Est 4:13-14)

Henrietta Mears sa v roku 1928 cítila povolaná Bohom k učeniu nedeľnej školy v cirkvi Hollywood First Presbyterian Church. Pod jej vedením sa nedeľná škola rozšírila zo 450 detí na 4 200 v priebehu dvoch rokov, pričom konečné číslo bolo 6 500. Takisto založila vydavateľstvo Gospel Light Publishing a kresťanské konferenčné centrum Forest Home. Vďaka jej vplyvnému životu, ktorého súčasťou boli aj Bill Bright a Billy Graham, sa viac ako 400 mladých ľudí stalo kresťanskými služobníkmi na plný úväzok.

Možno nie si Billy Graham, ale môžeš byť Henrietta Mears. Trocha svetla vydrží dlho. Jeden život môže priniesť zmenu. Kto vie, či ťa Boh neumiestnil tam, kde si, práve pre takú chvíľu, akou je táto?

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    Tajomstvo odovzdania - 6. november

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    „… po ľudsky hovorím pre slabosť vášho tela – lebo ako ste svoje údy vydávali do služby nečistote a neprávosti, aby ste páchali neprávosť, tak teraz vydávajte svoje údy do služby spravodlivosti, aby ste došli posvätenia.“ (R 6:19)

    Počuli sme moderné vyjadrenie: „nebojuj s tým, je to väčšie než my obaja.“ Tí, ktorí sú pokorní, so životom nebojujú. Učia sa tajomstvu odovzdania či oddania Bohu. On potom bojuje za nás. Namiesto napĺňania svojej mysle zlosťou, zneužívania svojho tela hriešnou zábavou a ničenia svojej duše tvrdohlavosťou daj pokorne všetko Bohu. Tvoje rozpory zmiznú a tvoje vnútorné pnutia sa vyparia do vzduchu. Potom tvoj život začne za niečo stáť. Budeš mať pocit, že si súčasťou života. Nuda sa vytratí a budeš plný nádeje a očakávania. Pretože si sa pokorne podriadil, začneš „dediť zem“ dobrých vecí, ktoré má Boh pripravené pre všetkých, ktorí Mu vo všetkom dôverujú.

    Modlitba dňa

    Otče, nech Ti dnes podriadim všetky svoje najvnútornejšie myšlienky. Pred Tebou sa neskryjem.

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      Techno and Other New Music Part One

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      This week I played a lot of new electronic music. I received a bunch of music from Bpitch Control and Mexican Summer so I play a bunch from them and others. ( rt click download podcast ) I Irresistible – Mr Statik / Malice In Wonderland What Is Electro – Snuff Crew / Behind The […]
                

      Techno and Other New Music Part Two

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      This week I played a lot of new electronic music. I received a bunch of music from Bpitch Control and Mexican Summer so I play a bunch from them and others. ( rt click download podcast ) III Start/Break – David Kanga / Mexican Summer Five Years Falling – Lace Curtain / Mexican Summer Five […]
                

      Jagwar Part One

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      Indie Electronic goodness ( rt click download podcast ) I Four – Jaguar Ma / Howlin’ Seconds – Mi / One On The Way …And Silver Light Popped Through His Eyes – Matmos / Vague Terrain II Alienation RMX – Lal’ Puna / I Thought I Was Over That New Seeds – Boards of Canada […]
                

      Jagwar Part Two

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      Indie Electronic goodness ( rt click download podcast ) III Tears Of Heart – Buck 65 / 20 Odd Years Thank You Branch – The Books / Thought For Food Unspoken – Four Tet / Rounds Giving The Talking Book – Kim Hiorthoy / Hei IV Misty Mountain – Silver Apples / Silver Apples 3.4.E […]
                

      New and Old Indie Part One

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      This week’s show is mostly Indie. My niece Ellia and her boyfriend Jacob were in town so I was playing a bunch of music they would appreciate and it was almost my birthday so we were celebrating. You gotta love when family is listening! ( rt click download podcast ) I The Throw – Jagwar […]
                

      New and Old Indie Part Two

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      This week’s show is mostly Indie. My niece Ellia and her boyfriend Jacob were in town so I was playing a bunch of music they would appreciate and it was almost my birthday so we were celebrating. You gotta love when family is listening! ( rt click download podcast ) III Waiting For The Railroad […]
                

      In 'Mobituaries,' Mo Rocca Gives People The Second Send-Offs They Deserved

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      The humorist Mo Rocca loves obituaries.

      He loves that for one last time, the public gets to dig deep into a person's life, however consequential he or she may have been. So he's coined the term "Mobituary": a second remembrance for someone who didn't get a fair treatment the first go-round.

      His new book Mobituaries: Great Lives Worth Reliving re-memorializes those who have passed. He also writes about things — say, the late, great station wagon. Or Prussia, which he says died Feb. 25, 1947. ("Prussia's life is the story of the transformation of an insignificant medieval territory into a major European power," he writes.)

      Rocca, a CBS Sunday Morning correspondent and a regular panelist on NPR's Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me! news quiz, started to explore the idea on a podcast called Mobituaries. He's now expanded it into a book of essays.

      "Life got me interested in death, because a good obituary is really about the life of something and someone — and not the death," Rocca says.


      Interview Highlights

      On the station wagon

      Well, the station wagon, for people of a certain age, was of course a beloved family vehicle. ... I loved whenever my father or mother would make a wide turn, and I'd get thrown against the side. I just loved ... pinballing all around, especially after a pizza party with friends. And it was a wonderful experience to have that, even though it was a death chamber in the way back. We all know that.

      It did "die" in 2011, but it had begun its demise long before — in 1983 when the minivan was introduced. If you can remember, the minivan was actually seen as something hot and sexy back then. So it was out with the station wagon. But it's remarkable to think: The Ford Country Squire at one point was 19 feet long. I mean you couldn't — there weren't even parking spaces big enough for them.

      On his interest in obituaries

      My father got me interested in obituaries. He would always say the obits was his favorite section of the newspaper. And I think he loved them because he had a real sense of the romance of life — and I'm not being cute there. A good obit does feel like a movie trailer for an Oscar-winning biopic. The highs, the lows, the triumphs and the tragedies — there's a kind of sweep and a drama about them. But not everyone has gotten the send-off they deserve — or really any send-off — and of course, there are rarely obituaries for things, for ideas, for places.

      On Annette Funicello, whose 2013 death was overshadowed by that of Margaret Thatcher

      Annette Funicello was beloved on the Mickey Mouse Club, and then she made the transition into movies as a grown-up in Beach Blanket Bingo, and then she suffered from multiple sclerosis and in a third act became a great advocate for people suffering from that. And I like to think of her and Margaret Thatcher, I don't know, maybe palling around in the afterlife, or thinking of maybe a Freaky Friday reboot where they switch places. But the randomness of who ends up dying on the same day — it's fun to write about.

      On the poet Joyce Kilmer, one of the people who has a New Jersey Turnpike rest stop named after him

      Joyce Kilmer's famous poem "Trees"
      Always leaves me ill at ease
      You know the verse I'm speaking of,
      The one where Joyce professes love
      For every tree that's ever been,
      Deciduous or evergreen.
      The couplets jangle every time
      With singsong meter, obvious rhyme.
      The sentiment, it seems, well ... false,
      A bit too thick with grandma's schmaltz.
      So as you'll gather, I'm no fan
      And by the way — he was a man.

      On his late father

      My father started playing the trumpet at the age of 50, which is the age I am now — which is an act of such extraordinary optimism. I still remember: In the cellar of our house, on the wall there were a series of Xeroxed sheets teaching you how to perfect your embouchure, a word I learned to spell early on, which is how a trumpeter forms his lips around the mouthpiece of a trumpet. It's really hard to do. And my father didn't think that he would end up playing at the Blue Note. He knew that he was starting late. But boy, every morning for a half an hour, he would work on those scales, on those exercises, and then for an hour every night, without fail, he would be in the cellar, and it might as well have been the Blue Note. ...

      He and his buddies, they formed a band called the Metrotones. Every Monday night they had a jam session; without fail, he would attend that jam session. I mean, it was an act of such love and such faith. They played a lot of retirement homes/assisted living, but every gig ... was important to him, and that made a big impact on me. I mean, my father was also an extraordinarily sensitive person and treated people with dignity. I know ... it's my father and I'm idealizing him. But when I was writing this book, so many of these topics — I feel a connection with him on them.

      On Prussia

      It was a duchy. It was an empire. Prussia was anything you wanted it to be. Most importantly, it was the entity that brought us the Pickelhaube, which was the helmet with the spike, the vertical spike. And I would not want to meet that on a battlefield.

      Sydney Harper and Peter Granitz produced and edited this interview for broadcast. Patrick Jarenwattananon adapted it for the Web.

      Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.
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      Conservation: Next Generation Technology

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      Technology and nature used to reside at the opposite ends of the spectrum. But like our environment, that relationship has changed over the years and the two have a cyclical relationship of preservation and innovation. The commitment to conserve and heal our diverse ecosystems has pushed technology further and with urgency. Because there’s no time to waste. From the American Great Plains and the African Sahara to the furthest depths in the ocean, we’re talking to the trailblazers who are innovating everyday to save the planet. 

       

      For more on the podcast go to delltechnologies.com/trailblazers


                

      The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Universal Robots Booth Interview at Fabtech 2019

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      Universal Robots Booth Interview at Fabtech 2019 See them at Booth #B35083 Universal-robots.com

      The post The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Universal Robots Booth Interview at Fabtech 2019 appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.


                

      The Chris Voss Show Podcast – SEMA Show 2019 & Featured Booth MENABO

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      See Menabo at SEMA Booth #35284 – Trucks, SUVs & Off-Road Section Semashow.com Menabocaraccessories.com MENABO Cargo System products Safety, flexibility, Italian look with an attractive Quality-Features/Price ratio. From roof-bars to […]

      The post The Chris Voss Show Podcast – SEMA Show 2019 & Featured Booth MENABO appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.


                

      The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Microsoft Major Announcements, Apple Invests In Housing & Other Tech News Nov 4, 2019

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      Microsoft Major Announcements, Apple Invests In Housing & Other Tech News Nov 4, 2019

      The post The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Microsoft Major Announcements, Apple Invests In Housing & Other Tech News Nov 4, 2019 appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.


                

      The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Emotion Recognition in China, Russia’s “Sovereign Internet” Law & Other Tech News Nov 3, 2019

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      Emotion Recognition in China, Russia’s “Sovereign Internet” Law & Other Tech News Nov 3, 2019

      The post The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Emotion Recognition in China, Russia’s “Sovereign Internet” Law & Other Tech News Nov 3, 2019 appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.


                

      Wife on Earth – New Podcast by Joanna Neary

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      The Cosmic Shambles Network is very excited to announce a brand new podcast from the incredible comedy mind of Jo Neary!

      First episode drops November 6th!

      The post Wife on Earth – New Podcast by Joanna Neary appeared first on The Cosmic Shambles Network.


                

      Top 5 Schizophrenia Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019

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      Top 5 Schizophrenia Podcasts Contents [show]  1 Schizophrenia Podcasts 1.1 Inside Schizophrenia 1.2 HOPE on the Other Side 1.3 Finding Joy 1.4 Conversations about Mental Illness Schizophrenia Podcast Newsletter Schizophrenia Podcast newsle/tter is a comprehensive summary of the day's most important audio podcasts episodes from the best podcasters on the web, and delivered to your email […]

      The post Top 5 Schizophrenia Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019 appeared first on Feedspot Blog.


                

      Top 10 Poverty Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019

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      Top 10 Poverty Podcasts Contents [show]  1 Poverty Podcasts 1.1 OFF-KILTER with Rebecca Vallas 1.2 Poverty Research & Policy 1.3 World Bank Podcasts 1.4 From Poverty to Power 1.5 Business Fights Poverty 1.6 Build Relationships. Break Poverty. 1.7 City Limits - A Poverty Project Poverty Podcast Newsletter Poverty Podcast newsle/tter is a comprehensive summary of the […]

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      Top 15 Spooky Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019

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      Top 15 Spooky Podcasts Contents [show]  1 Spooky Podcasts 1.1 Spirits 1.2 Boos and Spirits 1.3 Spirit Guides Radio 1.4 High Spirits Chicago 1.5 Spirit Radio - the Paranormal Experience 1.6 Spirit Sisters 1.7 The Haunted Ride 1.8 Big Seance Podcast 1.9 On The Odd 1.10 A Funny Feeling 1.11 Life's Treasures & Golden Moments 1.12 […]

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      Top 15 Tourism Industry Podcasts You Must Follow in 2019

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      Top 15 Tourism Industry Podcasts Contents [show]  1 Tourism Industry Podcasts 1.1 Talking Tourism 1.2 Destination On The Left 1.3 PHL Diversity Podcast 1.4 Travel Wisconsin 1.5 Destination Marketing Podcast 1.6 Tourism Marketing Mastery 1.7 The Digital Tourism Show 1.8 PhocusWire PundIT Show 1.9 Travel Business Success 1.10 Fusiontourism Podcast 1.11 Orlando Tourism Report 1.12 Low […]

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      4 Metrics Dasar di Google Ads

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      Pada podcast kali ini saya akan membahas 4 metrics dasar di Google Ads antara lain impression, click, CTR dan conversion serta tips untuk anda yang baru saja belajar beriklan di Google Ads.
                

      Playoff Primer + Week 10 Buy or Sell, Fence Sitting

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      The Fantasy Footballers are back with an important episode as fantasy trade deadlines are around the corner! It’s the annual Playoff Primer show! Find out which players have juicy or intimidating fantasy playoff schedules, and if you should do anything about it! Plus, Buy or Sell and a Thursday Night Football preview of the Chargers at Raiders. Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams for 2019 with the #1 fantasy football podcast. -- Fantasy Football Podcast for November 6th, 2019.

      Connect with the show:

      Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football.

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      Week 10 Waivers + Full Stream Ahead, Bye-pocalypse!

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      The Bye-pocalypse is upon us! The Fantasy Footballers are back to cover the top waiver wire pickups for Week 10! Plus QB and Team DEF Streamer options, injury updates, and more! Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams for 2019 with the #1 fantasy football podcast. -- Fantasy Football Podcast for November 5th, 2019.

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      Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football.

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      Week 9 Studs & Stinkers + Weekly Rewind, MUSCLE Wilson!

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      After a wild weekend of Week 9 action, The Fantasy Footballers are back to recap it all! Which studly performances stood out the most, and which Week 9 stinkers should fantasy owners concerned about? Plus, the latest injury news, Josh Gordon claimed, and Monday Punday! Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty teams for 2019 with the #1 fantasy football podcast -- Fantasy Football Podcast for November 4th, 2019.

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      Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football.

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      #397: Grandparenting with Grace

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      Larry McCall is the author of Loving Your Wife (as Christ Loved the Church) and Walking Like Jesus Did. Pastor Larry was on our show last year back in Episode #229 – which was one of my favorite interviews, because it was so convicting and inspiring at the same time.  If you haven’t already, make sure you go back and listen to it.

      He just released his second book, called Grandparenting with Grace: Living the Gospel with The Next Generation. 

      Pastor Larry has served as a pastor at Christ’s Covenant Church of Winona Lake, Indiana since 1981.

      He’s been married to his wife Gladine for more than 30 years, and they’re parents of three married children, and they have seven grandchildren.

      If you like to connect with Pastor Larry or get a copy of his book, simply go his website at http://www.walkinglikeJesusministries.org 

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      And make sure you don't miss an interview episode by signing up for our Man-to-Man eNewsletter at http://www.RealMenConnect.com, and grab your FREE copy of the Real Men Victory Tracker. 

      Are you stuck? Want to go to the next level in your marriage, career, business, or ministry?  Then maybe it’s time you got a coach. ALL CHAMPIONS have one. Let me coach you to help you strengthen your faith, improve your marriage, spiritually lead your family, achieve more, balance your time, grow your ministry, or even stop an addiction. Click here for details: http://www.RealMen300.com

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      #396: Check-In - The Man in Your Mirror

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      The Real Men Check In is a quick way to help you start your week off on the right foot, in the right way - as a husband, father, and leader. Every Monday, Joe Martin shares personal insights, encouragement, and support that will move you beyond “church” to “real change.”  To make sure you don't miss a Check-In or interview episode, make sure you "Stay Connected" by signing up for updates and our Man-to-Man eNewsletter at http://www.RealMenConnect.com  

      Also, help us transform the lives of even MORE MEN for God’s glory by leaving us a helpful REVIEW on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/rmcpodcast and SHARING this podcast with your friends.

      Are you stuck? Want to go to the next level in your marriage, career, business, or ministry?  Then maybe it’s time you got a coach. ALL CHAMPIONS have one. Let me coach you to help you strengthen your faith, improve your marriage, spiritually lead your family, achieve more, balance your time, grow your ministry, or even stop an addiction. Click here for details: http://www.RealMen300.com

      Also join us on:

      Download Our APP:  iPhone or Android

      Join the Real Men 300: http://www.RealMen300.com

      Facebook Group: http://www.realmenuniversity.com/

      Facebook: @realdrjoemartin

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      Twitter: @professormartin


                

      #395: Becoming a Man of Action

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      Jay Mayo is the host of the Right to Real Love Radio Podcastregarded as the #1 relationship podcast for Christians. On his show, Jay Mayo explores relationship questions, topics and issues that Christians struggle with, but often are afraid to talk about (especially in church).  To contact Jay through his website at http://righttoreallove.com/ and you can listen to his show on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/right-to-r.e.a.l.-love-radio/id869190025?mt=2

      If you want to help us transform the lives of even MORE MEN for God’s glory, please take a minute to leave us a helpful REVIEW on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/rmcpodcast and SHARE this podcast with your friends. 

      And make sure you don't miss an interview episode by signing up for our Man-to-Man eNewsletter at http://www.RealMenConnect.com, and grab your FREE copy of the Real Men Victory Tracker to help you become a stronger man every single day.

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      #394: Check-In - Stop Making Plans

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      The Real Men Check In is a quick way to help you start your week off on the right foot, in the right way - as a husband, father, and leader. Every Monday, Dr. Joe Martin shares personal insights, encouragement, and support that will move you beyond “church” to “real change.”  To make sure you don't miss a Check-In or interview episode, make sure you "Stay Connected" by signing up for updates and our Man-to-Man eNewsletter at http://www.RealMenConnect.com  

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      377- How To Pick A Pepper

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      The chili pepper is the pride of New Mexico, but they have a problem with their beloved crop. There just aren't enough workers to pick the peppers. Picking chili peppers can be especially grueling work even compared to other crops. So most workers are skipping chili harvests in favor of other sources of income.  As a result, small family farms have been planting less and less chili every year in favor of other less-labor intensive crops. So, scientists are trying to find ways to automate the harvest, but picking chilis turned out to be a tough job for a robot. How To Pick A Pepper Rose Eveleth's podcast is called Flash Forward. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or RadioPublic.
                

      Sınıf, Kimlik Siyaseti ve Transgender İdeolojisi / Deirdre O’Neill

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      Gazeteci,eğitmen,akademisyen Deirdre O’Neill https://medium.com/ 'daki Class, Identity Politics and Transgender Ideology yazısında "“ülkenin omurgası olarak işçi sınıfı”ndan “kendi yoksulluğundan sorumlu vahşi bir altsınıf” imgesine doğru belirgin bir odak kayması yarattı. Buna koşut olarak kolektif mücadeleler eridi ve ardında bıraktığı boşluğu orta sınıfın – farklılığı kutlayan tikel sorunlara yoğunlaşmış ve sınıfın süregiden yaralarını görmeyi ya da bu yaralarla ilişkilenmeyi reddeden – kimlik siyasetine bağlılığı doldurdu." diyerek aykırı bir ses çıkamıştır. 'Dünyadan çeviri'de  S. Erdem Türközü'n çevirisiyle yayınlanan yazı:

       

      Sınıf, Kimlik Siyaseti ve Transgender İdeolojisi

       Deirdre O’Neill

       

      Thatcher ve ardından Blair yönetiminden günümüze dek devam eden zaman diliminde, işçi sınıfı, kültürünün yavaş yavaş ve adım adım yerle bir edildiğine tanıklık etti. Sanayi toplumu olmaktan hizmet toplumu olmaya uzanan değişim, “ülkenin omurgası olarak işçi sınıfı”ndan “kendi yoksulluğundan sorumlu vahşi bir altsınıf” imgesine doğru belirgin bir odak kayması yarattı. Buna koşut olarak kolektif mücadeleler eridi ve ardında bıraktığı boşluğu orta sınıfın – farklılığı kutlayan tikel sorunlara yoğunlaşmış ve sınıfın süregiden yaralarını görmeyi ya da bu yaralarla ilişkilenmeyi reddeden – kimlik siyasetine bağlılığı doldurdu.

      Son kırk yıllık neoliberal dönemde işçi sınıfının yaşamında meydana gelen muazzam değişikliklerin sonuçlarından biri, sınıf bilincinin erozyona uğraması ve bu değişikliklerin içinde anlamlandırıldığı ve dillendirildiği bir analitik çerçeve olarak, sınıf dilinin yitirilmesidir.

      İşçi sınıfı kendisi adına konuşan tüm siyasi partilerle bağını kopardı ve geleneksel arabulucularından biri olan akademi tarafından terk edildi. Bireysel kimlik siyasetinin rahatlığını tercih eden orta sınıf, işçi sınıfını sistematik ve stratejik biçimde dışlayan ve yalnızca — “muhalif” bile olsalar — sistem içi görüşleri paylaşanları içerecek şekilde daralmış olan bir kamusal alana akın etti. Sonuç olarak radikal mücadele yeniden formüle edildi ve işçi sınıfı, gitgide artan biçimde tarihten ya da faillikten yoksun olarak sunuldukları reality TV ya da oyun şovlarındaki görünümü ile bilinir hale gelerek siyasal bir kategori olarak görülmez kılındı. Bu programlar seyirlik eğlence sunma ve orta sınıfın önyargılarını güçlendirme amacına hizmet ederken, bir yandan da alaycılığı ve ilgisizliği eğlence kılığında siyasal gündeme sokuyordu.

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      Birbirlerini yayınlayan, birbirleri hakkında podcast yapan, birbirleriyle söyleşi yapan ve birbirlerinin görüşlerini paylaşan özel eğitim görmüş Oxbridge seçkinlerinin artık neredeyse dışlayıcı biçimde hakimiyeti altında olan kamusal alanın bu yozlaşması, hiçbir alanda, işçi sınıfının dışlanışında olduğu kadar bariz değil. Bugün elimizde kalan ise, daha genel siyasi sorunlarla ilişkilenmelerini ideolojik olarak olanaksız kılacak kadar kendi statüleriyle, bireysel kaygılarıyla, şahsi anksiyeteleriyle ve çoklu ezilmiş kimlik iddialarıyla kafayı bozmuş olan kariyeristlerin kamusal kültürü.

      İdealizmin yükselişi ve maddi gerçekliğin inkârı, orta sınıf solundan bazılarına siyasi radikalizmin sahte bir versiyonunu sundu. Onlar için değişim mücadelesinin zemini artık sınıf siyaseti değildi ve işçi sınıfını değişimin potansiyel ateşleyicisi olarak görmüyorlardı. Eşitliğe dair talepler, sistemin, hâlihazırda içinde yaşadığımız acımasız topluma anlamlı herhangi bir muhalefeti reddedecek şekilde nasıl yapısal olarak işlediği anlayışından kök almaz. Kamusal yaşamda “solda” olduğu düşünülen insanlar, hiçbir zaman mücadeleyi deneyimlememiş, en ayrıcalıklı Russell grubu [Birleşik Krallık’taki yirmi dört kamu kaynaklı araştırma üniversitesinin oluşturduğu birlik-Ç.N.] mezunlarıysa, bunun farklı bir dünya için mücadele ve bu farklı dünyanın nasıl görüneceği üzerindeki etkisini göz önünde bulundurmamız zorunludur. Tüketici grupları oluşturmaya odaklanmış, pazarlama merkezli bir değerler sisteminin sürekli olarak altını oyduğu ve televizyon programlarında “komünizm”inizi ilan etmenin, internet sitenizde satılacak bir tişörtün üzerindeki slogan haline gelmeye yazgılı olduğu bir başka pazarlama fırsatından ibaret olduğu bir kamusal alanda, yaşamlarımızın her veçhesini paralı hale getirmeye yeminli dar bir neoliberalizme giderek artan bir uyumlanma olduğuna dair kanıtlar var.

      Bu ışıkta, transgender ideolojisinin ve orta sınıf tarafından coşkuyla benimsenen ona eşlik eden aktivizmin hızla yükselişini, geçtiğimiz 40 yıl boyunca radikal siyasetin tasfiyesi ve bunun getirdiği demoralizasyon ve yenilgi duyguları ile bağlantılı olarak değerlendirmemek zor.

      Transgender aktivizmi, ayrıcalıklılara sınıf eşitsizliği meselelerini görmezden gelme fırsatı sunarken, bazılarına da sığ bir radikalizm ve ilericilik oynama fırsatı verdi. Bunun sonucu olarak, bir süre önce, cezaevindeki işçi sınıfından kadınların, penisli bir erkek tarafından saldırıya uğramasının görmezden gelinmesi ve bazı durumlarda davranışına bir erkeğin trans kadın statüsünün savunulması adına mazeret bulunması gibi durumlara şahit olduk. İşçi sınıfından kadınlara eşitsiz muamelenin normalleştirildiği ve marjinalleştirilmelerinin pekiştirildiği bir süreç yaşandı. Orta sınıftan sosyal adalet savaşçılarının işçi sınıfını hakir görüşünün bundan daha açık bir örneği olamaz. “Suçları” çoğunlukla yoksulluklarıyla ilişkili olan, toplumumuzun en zarar görmüş ve savunmasız insanlarından bazılarının hapsedilmesindeki adaletsizliği tartışmak yerine, erkeklerin cezaevinde bu kadınların yanına yerleştirilmesi hakkı için şamata yapan bir “sol”a sahibiz. Netice itibariyle işçi sınıfından kadınlar sivil zayiattan ibaret. Bu örnekte, işçi sınıfından kadınların gereksinimleri karşısındaki duygusuz kayıtsızlık, neoliberalizmin, işsizlerin, engellilerin, yiyecek bankası kullananların, iş akdi olmayanların vb. şeytanlaştırılması ve görmezden gelinmesi stratejisiyle uyumlu.

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      Transgender hareketi biyolojik gerçekliğin reddedilmesini talep ediyor. “Trans kadınlar kadındır” mantrasını tartışmaya dönük her çaba, sosyal medya zorbalığıyla, kadınların sorunu tartışmak için düzenlediği toplantıların önlenmesi girişimleriyle ve hem kadın olarak kabul edilmeyi talep eden erkeklerden ve hem de bu talebi destekleyen insanlardan şiddet tehditleriyle karşılanıyor.

      Transgender aktivistlerin “geçiş” yapmak istedikleri, “gelişmekte olan” ülkelerdeki merdivenaltı atölyelerde ter döken kadınlardan ziyade, olmayı amaçladıkları nesneleştirilmiş başarılı burjuva kadınlardır. İşçi sınıfından kadınların, yaşamlarının içine gömülü olduğu kurumsal ve kişisel iktidar mücadelelerini müzakere eden gerçeği, kadın olmak için şamata yapan erkekleri çeken cazibenin parçası değil. Aksine, işçi sınıfından kadınlar, cezaevi örneğinin de açıkça ortaya koyduğu gibi, yaşamın tüm alanlarında önemsizmiş gibi muamele görüyor ya da görmezden geliniyor.

      Biyolojik bünyemiz gibi gerçekleri bu denli lakaytça bir kenara atabiliyorsak, sağduyulu tartışma hassasiyetimizde dehşet verici ölçüde kırılgan bir şeyler var demektir. Bir erkeğin “ben bir kadınım” gibi basit bir beyanı ile derin toplumsallaşma süreçlerini kesip atabileceğimizi düşünüyorsak, umutsuz bir biçimde nahif bir şeyler var demektir. Erkeklerin erkelere karşı ve kadınlara karşı şiddetini ve bu nedenle kadınların erkeklere (her şey bir yana, “etek kaldırma”yı kim yapar?) karşı gereksindiği güvenceleri reddetmekteki bu kararlılıkta, şüphe çeken tanıdık bir şeyler, kadın düşmanlığının su götürmez kötü kokusu var.

      Herhangi biri, sadece beyan etmek suretiyle istediği herhangi bir şey olabiliyorsa, bu bizi nereye götürür? Orada üzerine inşa edilecek ne tür bir temel vardır? Siz #neolduğunuzusöylediğinizşey iseniz, bu daha iyi bir dünya için savaşan bizleri nereye götürür? Bu bizi hiçbir yere götürmez – toplumsal, tarihsel bilgi, kurumsal mücadele ve kültürel deneyim, hepsi anlamsız hale getirir. Yaşamlarımızın çoğu zaman üzerinde çok az denetim sahibi olduğumuz yapılar tarafından şekillendiriliyor oluşu, dillendirilemez ya da direnilemez hale gelir. Dişi bir öz olduğu mefhumunu savunmak, kadınların bağımsız özerk hayatlar sürme hakları için verdikleri mücadelelerin tarihini bir vuruşta gereksiz kılar çünkü var olduğunu inkar edebiliyorsan, ‘tarihin yanlış tarafı’ da kalmaz.

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      Solda, transgenderizm meselesini ve onun kadınlar üzerindeki etkisini görme konusunda çarpıcı bir inkâr söz konusu ve kadınlar ile yumurtalıklara ve doğum yapma kapasitesine sahip cinsel sınıfa ait insanları kast ediyorum. Bu gemiyi yüzdürmek için gereken “cemaate uyumlu düşünme”, otosansür, göz korkutma, yaygaracı sahtekarlık ve “transfobi” ulumalarıyla tartışmayı kapatma seviyesi, derin kriz içinde olan bir sola işaret ediyor. Orta sınıfın tahakkümü altındaki sol, günün siyasi sorunlarına eleştirel biçimde dahil olma, açıklık getirme ve liderlik etme yükümlülüğünü terk etmiştir. Bunun yerine [orta sınıf solu], tartışmanın trans militanlar tarafından belirlenmiş olan şartlarını (cinsiyet ve toplumsal cinsiyet kavramlarının gerçekten çok basit bir biçimde iç içe geçirilmesi dahil) kolayca kabul etti. Bu başarısızlık, solun, kimlik siyasetini, bir grubun (veya o grup içindeki esas belirleyicilerin) kendi ezilmişliğini nasıl dile getirdiğinin, o konudaki son sözü teşkil ettiği varsayımı ile birlikte kabul etmesinden kaynaklanıyor. Ancak bir grubun kimliğinin ve hak iddialarının, bir başka grubun hak iddiaları ve kimliğiyle kolayca çatışabileceği açık. Ve kimlik siyasetinin bu çatışan hak iddialarını müzakere edecek araçları yok. Nihai olarak en büyük gücü harekete geçirebilen grup, hak iddialarını hakim kılacaktır. Bariz şekilde bir erkek hakları hareketi olan bu hareketle feci sonuçları olacak bu saflaşmasında, sol, daha az güçlü olana karşı güçlü olanın, kadınlara karşı erkeklerin ve işçi sınıfı kadınlarına karşı orta sınıfın yanında olmayı seçmiştir ve mevcut formülasyonu ile trans haklarının darbesini özellikle yiyecek olan kendisidir.

      Bu tartışmanın karmaşıklığını “trans kadınlar kadındır” mantrasıyla kapatmak, köklü biçimde gayri demokratiktir. Doğru düzgün işleyen bir demokraside, herkesin kaygıları açık ve şeffaf bir tartışmaya dahil edilir. Bunun yerine, eleştirel düşünce “transfobi” olarak yaftalandı, görünen o ki artık temel hakikatler bile Trump’çı eğilimlerin bir işareti (solun bu konuyu aklıselim biçimde tartışamaması sağın meseleye sahip çıkmasını garantilenmiştir). Sosyal adalet savaşçıları, hepimiz için daha adil, daha eşit bir toplum mücadelesi vermek yerine, erkeklerin birçok kadın tarafından uzun zaman önce reddedilmiş olan stereotipleri benimseme hakkına odaklanıyor. Yeni bir şey yaratmak için mücadele etmek yerine, trans ideolojisi, kadınlığın eski mecazlarını (“hanım beyinler” mi, hakikaten mi yahu?) yeniden kullanıma sokuyor ve bunların ilerici olduğunu iddia ediyor. Hem erkeklerin hem de kadınların rollerini radikal bir biçimde değiştirmenin yollarını düşünmek yerine, bize, kadınların mücadele ettiği stereotiplerin fiilen gerçek olduğu ve erkekler tarafından kadın olduklarını ‘kanıtlamak’ için sahiplenilebileceği söyleniyor.

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      Teklif edilen ve hâlihazırda değerlendirme aşamasında olan Toplumsal Cinsiyeti Tanıma Kanunu [Gender Recognition Act], “toplumsal cinsiyet”ini değiştirmenin sadece bir form imzalama meselesi olduğu bir kendini-kimliklendirme sistemine izin verebilir; böylece biyolojik erkeklerin kendilerini kadın olarak tanımlamasına yasal olanak sağlayabilir. Önerilen yasanın bizatihi başlığı bile, politikaları belirleyenlerin toplumsal cinsiyet (“feminen” ve “maskülen” şeklinde toplumsal olarak inşa edilmiş karakteristikler) ile biyolojik cinsiyeti nasıl birbirine geçirdiğini gösteriyor. Kendi başına bu bile trans ideolojisinin merkezi nitelikteki ilkelerinin ne kadar derin bir biçimde tartışmalı olduğunu ve bu fikirlerin itiraza ve tartışmaya açılabilmesinin kesinlikle meşru ve zorunlu olduğunu gösteriyor. Sol bunun farkına varmazsa, tarihsel ölçekte bir siyasi hata yapma riski altında.

      Çeviren: S. Erdem Türközü

      Kaynak: https://medium.com/@deirdreoneill_40170/class-identity-politics-and-transgender-ideology-a2c368835bd6

       


                

      370: "SERVING AT FULL POWER"

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      Sue Bryce is one of the most recognizable photographers in the imaging industry. Her glamour, fashion and portrait style transcend past stereotypes and has changed the face of portrait photography.

      Plucked from their original interview - this minisode focuses on how Sue helps to educated other solo-preneurs and artists on how to grow their business and how she made the decision to shift her business to education.  Always giving and serving others at full power.

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      Trespassers, 2018 - ★½

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      probably i missed something because i stopped paying attention because i was bored but i think this is a home invasion thriller where the masked home invaders are gold-toothed Mexicans terrorizing a quartet of fair-skinned Americans in an upscale desert Airbnb, if so BAD OPTICS! there's also a mean cop played by Carlo Rota whom i can't take seriously because he'll always be Chloe's bozo British ex Morris on 24 to me. still, nice to see Fairuza Balk in a small role at least! otherwise this is a movie called TRESPASSERS in which the eponymous trespassers don't even trespass until the final half-hour of the film, and then it becomes one of those tired people chasing people through bisexual lighting while synth music plays type horror films. this had its festival premiere a few months after the release of THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT and both feature weirdly similar scenes where the male lead* wrestles with a hooded figure in a swimming pool. i preferred The Strangers 2, if we're keeping score. also this was the second straight movie i watched this October which took place in the Mojave Desert and featured a female character** who was a photographer. i preferred HEAD COUNT, if we're still keeping score.

      *this guy looks like a alien version of Reid Scott from VEEP.

      **Angela Trimbur, from one of my old favorite podcasts Pistol Shrimps Radio. nice to put a face to a name!


                

      Fasts & Furiouses, Ranked (By Podfast & Podfurious!)

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      every week my buddy Chance & I get together to crack some Coronas and talk all things FAST & FURIOUS. the result is a podcast about Fast & Furious called PODFAST & PODFURIOUS.

       Our SoundCloud is here and we can be found wherever podcasts are sold.

      in Minisode 8.5 we decided to rank the villains of the series. here's how things shook out:

      8. Reyes
      7. Mose Jakande
      6. Cipher
      5. Carter Verone
      4. Braga
      3. Johnny Tran
      2. Drift King
      1. Owen Shaw

      in Episode 9 we unsheathed our blades and went to battle over our rankings of the entire series. the battle ended up being entirely bloodless as we pretty much had the films in the same order. also at the end of the episode i describe what i imagine to be Vin Diesel's serene passing at the age of 110 in vivid detail.

      anyway here's how things shook out:

      1. Fast Five
      2. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
      3. Fast & Furious 6
      4. The Fast and the Furious
      5. 2 Fast 2 Furious
      6. The Fate of the Furious
      7. Fast & Furious
      8. Furious 7

                

      Ep120: Pastoral Theology of Pilgrim's Progress pt 2 - Legalism

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      Thank you for listening to the Front Pew podcast! We are continuing our discussion of pastoral ministry as touched on in the Pilgrim's Progress. This week we discuss the pervasiveness of legalism, not only in our churches, but in our own hearts and sermons as pastors.

      Contact us!

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      Sermon [audio]: ‘Who’s Driving Anyway?’

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      The following sermon  was delivered on Sunday, November 3 2019 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Andover by the Rev. Kali Fyre. The title of the sermon is: “Who’s Driving Anyway?” Our sermon podcasts are made possible thanks to the support
                

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      Measuring Nutrient Density with Dan Kittredge

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      Before we present our newest episode, we have a request for you. As we complete our second season of the Regenerative Agriculture Podcast, we have a supporting base of over 5,000 listeners who engage with our episodes shortly after we post them. We now ask for your feedback on the podcast, whether there are topics you’d like to hear more about, and what suggestions you have for improvement. We’ve put together a survey that allows you to tell us what you think. Here’s the link: advancingecoag.com/podcast. We are appreciative of your feedback and we look forward to implementing it to make the Regenerative Agriculture Podcast ever better!

      Thank you for permitting the interruption…now, on to the show notes!

      In this episode of the podcast, John interviews Dan Kittredge, the Executive Director of the Bionutrient Food Association, whose development of sustainable agriculture techniques has connected him to farmers worldwide.

      In this interview, John and Dan delve into the science of growing crops as it relates to human nutrition, describing how agricultural production practices can produce a better nutrient profile in our foods and the potential this holds for human health. He explains why a balanced, as well as a higher nutrient density in crops, is desirable. He discusses the complex relationships between the sun, soil, and plants that lead to these higher and balanced levels of nutrition. Dan explains that across the same food types, i.e., all carrots, wheat, milk, etc., there can be discrepancies in the reported nutritional values and how nutritional data on food packages can be wildly incorrect.

      Over the past few years, Dan has been working on the development of a BioNutrient Meter, a handheld spectrometer which tests mineral levels in fruits and vegetables. Dan describes the science of spectroscopy, which is based on the frequencies emitted by each chemical element --this same technology helps scientists and astrophysicists determine the composition of stars six light-years away in our solar system. By measuring the frequencies and light particular elements emit, they can measure the percentage of hydrogen, helium and other gases. With the science of spectroscopy, and other new technology, Dan and his team at the BioNutrient Food Association have built a first-generation model of a miniaturized consumer-priced spectrometer for testing the nutrient levels in crops.

      Listen to this provocative conversation between two pioneers who are truly passionate about growing food as medicine to learn:

      • How Dan founded BFA, and how this non-profit provides support and education for farmers about the use of biological systems
      • The science behind plant resistance to insects, and why these resistant crops make good, in fact better, food for humans.
      • The differences in nutrient density between instances of the same crop when grown on different soil under different conditions
      • How soil and plant health correlates to nutrient density
      • How the compounds that correlate with flavor and aroma are those that make the plant indigestible for an insect or disease
      • The science of spectroscopy, and how the new BioNutrient Meter works

      Resources

      The BioNutrient Food Association is having their annual Soil & Nutrition Conference in Massachusetts on November 13 to 17, 2019. For more information, visit soilandnutrition.org

      For more information on the BioNutrient Meter, visit the BioNutrient Food Association website.

      Our community impact spot for this episode is provided by Hourglass Films. Hourglass Films has developed a documentary about regenerative agriculture called Sustainable, a film about the land, the people who work it and what must be done to sustain it for future generations. The film features some regenerative growers who work with AEA, and is currently available on Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and more. We hope you watch this documentary and find it engaging and useful.


      We’ve put together a survey; here’s the link: advancingecoag.com/podcast. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us!


                

      S2 Episode 11: The Foresight of Success with John Sanei

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      In today’s show, we have a special conversation with one of my favorite go-getters John Sanei . John is an entrepreneur, innovation strategist, best-selling author and global speaker who talks about the future with a unique twist.  He is a rising thought leader; by combining human psychology, future studies and business strategy, he guides audiences and …

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      Welcome to the Chicago Beer Pass: Your ticket to all the great beer events happening in and around Chicago.

      On this episode of Chicago Beer Pass, Brad Chmielewski and Nik White are fresh off their visit to Revolution Brewing where they chatted with Communications Manager, John Carruthers. John was kind enough to open up some cans of hazy Mosaic Hero for the guys and they crack those cans on this episode. As they knock back these cans, they chat about trips to Midwest Coast Brewing, Cruz Blanca and Pipeworks. 

      Coming up this weekend is FoBAB! The Annual Festival of Wood & Barrel-Aged  Beers is already here and is one of the last big festivals for Chicago of the year and one of the greatest events of the whole year. There are still tickets available and there are enough other events happening before and after FoBAB to get you drunk for the entire month.

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      Welcome to the Chicago Beer Pass: Your ticket to all the great beer events happening in and around Chicago.

      On this episode of Chicago Beer Pass, Brad Chmielewski and Nik White are on-location once again! This time the boys are at the Revolution Brewing Taproom chatting with John Carruthers who is Revolution’s
Communications Manager and the person behind all those tweets. The three of them talk about the Deep Wood Series, Hazy Heros and some great events coming up like their We Are Family event in December.

      It’s also inspiring to hear how Revolution continues to support their staff and community here in Chicago.

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      OA 263: Stig Brodersen - Founder of We Study Billionaires

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      Stig Brodersen

      Today I am super excited to be joined by Stig Brodersen of the 'We Study Billionaires' podcast. Their podcast has over 13 million downloads. It ranks number one for investment podcast, and their tip community has a huge following across the globe. Stig lives in Denmark and his co host Preston lives in the US. However, their entire production team is based here in the Philippines, which makes me really proud that such a high calibre podcast is not only being produced but pretty much run from here in the Philippines. So Stig is here in Manila, visiting his team and holding a few meetups with their tip community. I took this opportunity to explore his thoughts on Philippines outsourcing and for Stig to share some of his own experiences with outsourcing for his burgeoning media empire.

       

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      Outsource Accelerator is the world’s leading outsourcing marketplace and advisory. We offer the full spectrum of services, from light advisory and vendor brokerage, though to full implementation and fully-managed solutions. We service companies of all sectors, and all sizes, spanning all departmental verticals.


      Outsource Accelerator’s unique approach to outsourcing enables our clients to build the best teams, access most flexible solutions, and generate the best results possible. Our unrivaled sector knowledge and market reach means that you get the best terms and results possible, at the best ALL-IN market-leading price - guaranteed.

       

      About Derek Gallimore

      Derek’s blend of extensive international business and travel experience means that outsourcing came relatively naturally to him. Derek has been in business for over 20 years, outsourcing for over seven years, and has lived in Manila, Philippines – the world’s outsourcing capital – for over five years.

      Outsourcing is one of the biggest game-changing opportunities presenting both business, and the world today! Derek is passionate about spreading this message and encourages as many people to properly investigate the possibilities.

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      Savage Love: Feminist Mom Disapproves of Son's Choice of Sex Toy

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      I need your help. I have entered into a period of my life where I am devoting all my mental resources toward my academics—grad school—and am not interested in dating. Thus, I bought a Real Doll so that I may enjoy fantastic masturbation during this loveless period. Unfortunately, while my parents were visiting, my mom discovered it and she reacted very, very badly. You see, my dear mother is a feminist and she is very upset by the doll and believes that it is an indication that I have lost all respect for women. I do not feel this is true. I view myself as a feminist, and I realize this society sexually objectifies women. But I also believe that I can masturbate with a rubber woman and have wild fantasies and then come back to reality and respect everyone—men, women, others. My mother, however, is extremely upset, and we haven't been able to have a civil conversation since. I am hoping you can possibly give me some perspective.


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      My perspective: Your masturbatory routines—including your masturbatory aids/aides—are none of your mother's fucking business. And if your mother wants to be shocked by something, DU, it ought to be that her son-the-grad- student had $5K to plunk down on a sex toy.


      Your options at this stage are pretty limited. You can apologize to your mother and tell her what she wants to hear ("You're right, Mom, I'm making an appointment with a therapist and donating my Real Doll to sex-starved grad students in Africa..."). Or you can tell your mother to fuck off and butt out ("It's my dick, Mom, and I'll stick it in whatever I want. You remember that 'my body, my choice' stuff, right?").


      That said, DU, your claim that you bought a Real Doll so you could "enjoy fantastic masturbation during this loveless period" doesn't quite pass the smell-of-day-old-spunk-moldering-in-the-lifeless-orifice-of-a-silicone-dummy test. Most guys manage to tough out their loveless periods with the help of the porn industry and their own right hands. And most guys who opt for insanely expensive, life-size, hard-to-hide sex dolls do have issues with women—most are plagued by feelings of inadequacy, not superiority—so you may want to entertain the possibility that your mother might be right.


      But even if you do have issues with women—still an if—they're still none of your mother's fucking business.

      Originally published May 20, 2010.



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      Win Tickets to Saturday's Very Special "BEST of the I, Anonymous Show!"

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      Big, fun news for lovers of the I, Anonymous Show! This SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 at 6 pm at the Siren Theater, you'll see a very special edition of the I, Anonymous Show—where the wildest submissions from the I, Anonymous Blog are read live on stage—performed at the Pacific Crest Comedy Festival at the Siren Theater!

      BUT WAIT, IT GETS BETTER.

      Because not only will you be wildly entertained by host Kate Murphy (2018 Mercury Genius of Comedy) and former Portland's Funniest Person winner Steven Wilber, joining the panel will be TWO former I, Anonymous Show hosts: the fabulous BRI PRUETT and CAITLIN WEIERHAUSER! As you know, Bri and Caitlin departed Portland for LA to seek their fortunes, but THEY'RE BACK for this festival and ready to entertain the shit out of you!

      PLUS! We're picking the VERY BEST (read: fucking nuttiest) I, Anonymous submissions from all our past shows. So trust me, you will not want to miss what these side-splitting comics have to say about the very best of the very worst of I, Anonymous!

      BUT HURRY. This show will most likely sell out, so get your tickets HERE AND NOW. And find out more about the awesome Pacific Crest Comedy Festival here!

      Or if you're feeling lucky, fill out the widget thingy below to WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to Saturday's "Best of I, Anonymous" live show! But hurry your cute butt up—deadline for entry is noon tomorrow (Thurs Nov 7)!

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      The 36 Best Things to Do in Portland This Weekend: Nov 8-10

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      Ladies, gentlemen, exhibitionists, voyeurs, appreciators of fine art, smut peddlers, comedy lovers, music aficionados, trappers of Blitzens and Yungest of Baes... if ever there was a weekend specifically designed for your specific tastes, it's this one. Hit the links below and load your plate accordingly


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      Friday, Nov 8

      Morgan Murphy
      Listen, I’m not saying that Portland is entirely responsible for the success of Morgan Murphy’s career as a stand up and a comedy writer. But isn’t it interesting that she was born here and then went on to great acclaim as a writer for both Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon’s late-night talk shows and popular CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls? That’s not even counting her work on stage where she redefines deadpan delivery for our modern hyperbolic age. All I’m saying is that Portland made Morgan Murphy, and I’m hoping she does the right thing by acknowledging that this weekend. (Fri-Sat Nov 8-9, 7:30 pm & 10 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $17-33) ROBERT HAM

      HUMP!
      It’s the most wonderful time of the year! When the annual HUMP! amateur porn fest rolls into town, you know you’re going to be in for a hot time in the old town tonight. Don’t miss 21 new, sexy five-minute dirty flicks made by your friends and neighbors here in the Pacific Northwest that represent every stripe of sexual persuasion. Plus you get to vote on the lucky winners who will take home thousands in sweet cash MONEY. Get ready to laugh, squeal, and feel super tingly (down there) because HUMP! audience members have the time of their lives. But don’t delay, tickets for these shows are hotter than what you’ll see onscreen! (Fri-Sat Nov 8-9, 6:30 pm & 9 pm, Revolution Hall, $20-25, through Nov 23) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

      Mikal Cronin, Shannon Lay
      Mikal Cronin possess the uncanny knack for penning effortless-sounding pop gems. On his fourth record, Seeker, he mines his self-introspection and the comeback from a bad case of writer’s block with convincing aplomb, conjuring Tom Petty melodies on the single “Show Me” with help from Ty Segall’s Freedom Band (of which he is a card-carrying member). There’s a lot of inferno-inspired writing coming out of California following last year’s devastating wildfires, and Seeker is no different, exploring ideas of rebirth from destruction. Cronin seems a gentle soul armed with the ability to pull wisdom from a chaotic world. (Fri Nov 8, 9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $15-17, all ages) RYAN J. PRADO

      Lit Crawl Portland
      A boozy jaunt to literary parties all throughout downtown's bars and other nontraditional venues for readings, including stops at the Dorsa Brevia, Kickstand Comedy, Oregon Humanities, Literary Arts, The Big Legrowlski, Valentine's, and more! Click here for a complete schedule and list of participating venues. (Fri Nov 8, 6 pm, Various Locations, free)

      David Sedaris
      If you think you’re too cool for David Sedaris—the first of his name, brother of Amy, author of NPR’s old reliable holiday mainstay (c’mon, the Santaland Diaries is GOOD) and such humorist delights as Me Talk Pretty One Day and Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim—you’re lying to yourself and you need to stop. Sedaris’ dry wit is indispensable in trying times. Go get some! (Fri Nov 8, 7:30 pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, $32.50-57.50) MEGAN BURBANK

      Twin Peaks
      Chicago-hailing garage rockers Twin Peaks return to town for an all-ages, headlining show supporting their latest album, Lookout Low. (Fri Nov 8, 9 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $18-20, all ages)

      Little Hurricane
      With the weather growing colder and the sun going down earlier, now is the perfect time for discovering new music at home, especially when the artist in question—dirty blues band Little Hurricane—provides ideal background music for nocturnal snuggling on the couch. Their minimalist blues-rock has been the soundtrack of five Taco Bell commercials, which, as a cheap-burrito lover, almost makes me love the San Diego duo even more. The only thing better than a Friday night is one spent listening to Little Hurricane’s lo-fi sounds. Check out songs like “Haunted Heart,” “Sun Sets West,” and “Give ’em Hell,” and prepare yourself for one mother of a staycation. (Fri Nov 8, 9 pm, Doug Fir, $20-23) KATHERINE MORGAN

      Portland Trail Blazers vs. Brooklyn Nets
      The Trail Blazers return home for a Friday night game against Kyrie Irving and the new-look Brooklyn Nets. (Fri Nov 8, 7 pm, Moda Center, $31 & Up, all ages)

      Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage, Wuhlux
      What can’t Jeffrey Lewis do? He’s the world’s leading authority on Watchmen, a noted comic book artist, and a brilliant (anti-) folk singer and lyricist. Catch up with him tonight when he brings the latest iteration of his band through the Fixin' To for a Friday-night performance that's guaranteed to lift your spirits heading into the weekend. (Fri Nov 8, 8 pm, The Fixin' To, $10)

      IRCO Fundraiser
      A benefit concert for the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, featuring performances from The Vagilantes, Mess Machine, Charley No Face, and Fake News. (Fri Nov 8, 8 pm, Twilight Cafe & Bar, $8)

      Alaska Thunderfuck & Jeremy Mikush: Amethyst Journey Live
      RuPaul's Drag Race all-star Alaska Thunderfuck and her longtime collaborator Jeremy Mikush bring their newly-minted musical duo through the Aladdin Theater for the Portland stop on a tour supporting their new album, Amethyst Journey. (Fri Nov 8, 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $40-100, all ages)

      Moonchild, Kiefer
      Soul'd Out presents a headlining set with Los Angeles trio Moonchild, who bring their jazzy blend of R&B and soul back to the Star Theater stage in support of their latest album, Little Ghost. (Fri Nov 8, 9 pm, Star Theater, $23-25)

      Monsters of Rock PDX
      Monsters Of Rock PDX returns to the stage for the first time in 4 years to head up a benefit show for local musician Merrill Hale and his battle with ALS. Expect to hear covers from the likes of Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Thin Lizzy, and more, with sets spanning the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, and 2000s. (Fri Nov 8, 9 pm, Dante's, $20)


      Saturday, Nov 9

      The Portland Book Festival
      This one-day book fair and live reading / discussion event used to be called Wordstock, but no one can deny that Portland Book Festival has grown into its own cool beast. Since it’s only one day, it’s easy to splurge on a bunch of books, get them signed by your favorite authors, and sit in on a talk or two. Then you still have Sunday for laundry and “Book Church,” which is what I call making too much breakfast and sitting around with a huge pile of unread books. If you like the sound of this, but also want to get wild, make sure to scope the always boozy, popular Lit Crawl the night before. (Sat Nov 9, 9 am, Portland Art Museum, $15-20, all ages) SUZETTE SMITH

      The Pacific Crest Comedy Fest
      Portland’s comedy scene is bonkers (bonkers GOOD) which is why the addition of a brand-new comedy festival that features the greatest comedians from around town and across the nation is very welcome indeed! It’s the Pacific Crest Comedy Fest, featuring Steph Tolev and Maggie Maye; hometown gals made good Caitlin Weierhauser, Bri Pruett, and Amy Miller; local heavy hitters Nariko Ott, Amanda Arnold, Shain Brenden, Kate Murphy, Amanda Arnold; and many more! But that ain’t all: Expect awesome podcasts and regular shows like Earthquake Hurricane, Minority Retort, Speechless, the return of Lez Stand Up, pant, pant, pant… TOO MANY TO MENTION! Good god, that’s a lot of laughs in a short amount of time. (Sat-Sun Nov 9-10, Siren Theater) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

      Yung Bae, Birocratic
      Portland producer Yung Bae brings an array of future funk and disco jams out to Holocene for a two-night hometown stand. (Sat-Sun Nov 9-10, 9 pm, Holocene, $13-17)

      Robert Forster
      The last time Robert Forster was in the Northwest, it was as a member of the Go-Betweens, performing in Seattle in 2005 during what would become that venerable pop group’s final tour. (Forster’s longtime musical partner Grant McLennan passed away suddenly a year later.) Much has happened in his life since then, including a regular gig as a music critic, an impassioned memoir about his work with McLennan, and three fantastic solo albums. His most recent, Inferno, finds Forster in peak form, with a folk-pop backing band, ambling through his back pages and unblinkingly facing his waning years with grace. (Sat Nov 9, 8 pm, Mississippi Studios, $22-25) ROBERT HAM

      Dune Rats
      Brisbane-based garage punk trio Dune Rats comes back to Portland for a night of boisterousness finely honed down under. (Sat Nov 9, 9 pm, Bunk Bar, $15)

      The I, Anonymous Show
      Fuck off, Avengers! When it comes to once-in-a-lifetime superhero team-ups, NOBODY can compete with the lineup of comics that are assembling for the next installment of the Mercury’s beloved I, Anonymous Show! This time around—and in conjunction with the Pacific Crest Comedy Fest—our live show will feature host Kate Murphy, former host Bri Pruett, and former host Caitlin Weierhauser! AND they’re bringing along the hilarious Steven Wilber for the ride! In other words? If you want top-notch comics reading and reflecting on some of the Mercury’s funniest, weirdest, creepiest, and (very occasionally) sexiest submissions to our popular I, Anonymous column, you can’t do any better. And who knows, maybe Hawkeye will show up too. Not like he’s got anything better to do. (Sat Nov 9, 6 pm, Siren Theater, $10) ERIK HENRIKSEN

      Max Bemis, Perma, Museum Mouth
      Say Anything frontman Max Bemis steps out for a solo show at the Hawthorne Theatre, with Perma and Museum Mouth on-hand to round out the all-ages bill. (Sat Nov 9, 8 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, $19-23, all ages)

      Del McCoury Band, The Jacob Joliff Band
      Del McCoury's band is a well-oiled machine of precisely plucked strings and high lonesome vocals that should sound positively divine bouncing around the Aladdin Theater tonight. (Sat Nov 9, 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $42.50-45, all ages) BEN SALMON

      Matt Andersen, Gaby Moreno, Liz Vice
      The Canadian guitarist and singer/songwriter out of New Brunswick brings his brand of blues through Portland as part of the "Roots Rising" Tour, with Guatemala-hailing folk and blues artist Gaby Moreno and Portland gospel and R&B singer/songwriter Liz Vice rounding out the bill. (Sat Nov 9, 9 pm, Star Theater, $20)

      NW Food & Wine Festival
      Three of the greatest things on the planet, all at the same time? Food, Wine, and the Northwest combine for a full day of deliciousness, with over 600 wines available to sample, and bites from over 50 restaurants to enjoy. There's beer too, because it's an event in the Northwest so that means there's beer somewhere in there. (Sat Nov 9, 4 pm, Oregon Convention Center, $75-95)

      Patrick Sweany
      The blues-rock singer/songwriter out of Massillon, Ohio brings his soulful sound back to town for an intimate Saturday-night show supporting his latest album, Ancient Noise. (Sat Nov 9, 8 pm, Polaris Hall, 413-15)

      Hell Hath No Funny
      You can always count on Siren Nation coming through town and putting together one hell of a lady-centric night of comedy. This year's hell features stand-up sets from local all-stars Katie Nguyen, Susan Rice, Andy Iwancio, Quinne Salameh, and Katie Murphy. (Sat Nov 9, 9 pm, Alberta Street Pub, $12)

      Sisters of the Road 40th Anniversary Fundraiser
      The 40th anniversary of Sisters of the Road's founding is a momentous occasion, so big that only Darcelle XV could properly star in it, with special guests Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty, and Sisters co-founder Genny Nelson. The evening will include speakers, musicians, performances, and more. (Sat Nov 9, 5 pm, Billy Webb Elks Lodge, $100)


      Sunday, Nov 10

      Little Brother
      Fresh off the release of their latest album, May The Lord Watch, North Carolina-hailing rappers Phonte and Big Pooh bring their reunited hip-hop act to the Wonder Ballroom stage for an all-ages performance. (Sun Nov 10, 9 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $28-33, all ages)

      Blitzen Trapper, The Parson Red Heads
      The experimental, folk-country monster pairing of Blitzen Trapper and the Parson Red Heads alone would make for a formidable evening at Revolution Hall, but tonight’s all-ages, fully seated show has a more philanthropic bent. The concert will benefit Do Good Multnomah, a local nonprofit working to assist veterans with housing by way of “relationship-building, one-on-one engagement, supportive services, and direct community participation.” Both bands are staples of Portland’s psych-oriented roots-rock scene and have transcended the city’s confines with their last several albums. Check them out and help a good cause at the same time. (Sun Nov 10, 7 pm, Revolution Hall, $30, all ages) RYAN J. PRADO

      Ariel Gore
      Journalist, author, and teacher Ariel Gore returns with Hexing the Patriarchy, detailing over two dozen potions, spells, and magical elixirs in the form of a "magical guide to subverting manboy power, one spell at a time." Gore will be joined in conversation by More Bowstern, Sailor Holladay, Rhiannon Flowers, Felicity Artemis, Anna Doogan & Dani Burlison (Sun Nov 10, 7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free)

      MusicPortland Gear Fest
      Music advocacy program MusicFest takes over Polaris Hall to transform it into a celebration of Portland's music community; not just its performers, but the artists who make the actual instruments and gear those performers communicate with. (Sun Nov 10, noon, Polaris Hall, $5-6)

      Taylor Tomlinson
      Do you need love, or do you need carbs? Taylor Tomlinson says they’re basically interchangeable and anyone who’s ever had baked macaroni and cheese will confirm: carbs are flat-out better. But would we have put this hilarious truth together before Tomlinson swept in like a wildly funny eagle with that gag clenched in her razor-sharp talons? Things I have compared Tomlinson to: a joke-firing machine gun and a powerful eagle. Needless to say, I’m hella excited to hear this up and coming comedian tape her next Netflix special in OUR CITY. Prepare to hear all her best material because THIS is going to be on the internet! (Sun Nov 10, 5:30 pm & 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $20) SUZETTE SMITH

      Sci-Fi Authorfest 13
      Your chance to meet, mingle, and get books signed by Sci-Fi authors Terry Brooks, Robin Hobb, Brent Weeks, Fonda Lee, Sebastien de Castell, Shawn Speakman, Caitlin Starling, Jason Gurley, Curtis C. Chen, Brenda Cooper, Kevin James Breaux, Spencer Ellsworth, Ken Scholes, Devon Monk, and Emily Suvada. (Sun Nov 10, 4 pm, Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing, free)

      The Shivas, Cry Babe, Ex-Kids
      Beloved Portland psych and garage rock outfit the Shivas swing through the Doug Fir to celebrate the release of their new Tender Loving Empire-issued album, Dark Thoughts, with like-minded locals Cry Babe and Ex-Kids rounding out the bill. (Sun Nov 10, 8 pm, Doug Fir, $10)

      Mouthy Live
      Piper Davis' podcast comes to the Nightwood Society for Native American Heritage Month, to talk about culture, tradition, history, and of course, food, with special guests Brigette and Sean McConville of Salmon King Catering. (Sun Nov 10, 3:30 pm, The Nightwood Society, $25)

      Phenomenal Woman
      Portland singer/songwriters LaRhonda Steele, Bre Gregg, Beth Wood, and Ara Lee James link up with a talented backing band to bring you an array of original music, along with tributes to greats like Nina Simone, Carole King, Etta James, Dolly Parton, Bonnie Raitt, Patty Griffin, Aretha Franklin, and Joni Mitchell. (Sun Nov 10, 7 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, $20, all ages)

      Sincerity is Gross: The Dirty Thirdiversary
      James Barela's stand-up showcase makes it to its third year on this filthy planet, and if you thought this was the show where some sentimentality and (gasp) sincerity poked its head through the crust, you're pretty sadly fuckin' mistaken: Mr. Barela promises that when Anthony Desamito, Lance Edward, Dylan Carlino, Wendy Weiss, and Diana Potter all take the stage? They're comin' with their nastiest shit, son. (Sun Nov 10, 8 pm, The Slide Inn, free)

      Don't forget to check out our Things To Do calendar for even more things to do!

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      Episode 59: Green Mountains Are Always Walking

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      "Perhaps the truth depends on a walk around a lake." This line from Wallace Stevens' "Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction" capture something of the mysteries of walking. It points to the undeniable yet baffling relationship between walking and thinking, between putting one foot in front of the other and uncovering the secret of the soul and world. In this episode, JF and Phil exchange ideas about the weirdness of this thing most humans did on most days for most of world history. The conversation ranges over a vast territory, with zen monks, novelists, Jesuits and more joining your hosts on what turns out to be a journey to wondrous places. Header image by Beatrice, Wikimedia Commons (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lucca_labirinto.jpg) REFERENCES Dogen, The Mountains and Waters Sutra (https://tricycle.org/magazine/mountains-and-waters-sutra/) Weird Studies listener Stephanie Quick (https://stephaniequick.home.blog) on the Conspirinormal podcast (http://conspirinormal.com/blog-1/2019/9/23/conspirinormal-episode-281-ste[phanie-quick-sex-magick-101) Weird Studies episode 51, Blind Seers: On Flannery O'Connor's 'Wise Blood' (https://www.weirdstudies.com/51) Lionel Snell, SSOTBME (https://www.amazon.com/SSOTBME-Revised-essay-Ramsey-Dukes/dp/0904311082) Henry David Thoreau, "Walking" (https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1862/06/walking/304674/) Arthur Machen, "The White People" (https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_White_People_(Machen)) Herman Melville, Moby Dick (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moby-Dick) Vladimir Horowitz (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_Horowitz), Russian panist Gregory Bateson (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregory_Bateson), cybernetic theorist The myth of the Giant Antaeus (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antaeus) Wallce Stevens, "Notes Toward a Supreme Fiction" (https://genius.com/Wallace-stevens-notes-toward-a-supreme-fiction-annotated) Deleuze, [Difference and Repetition](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DifferenceandRepetition) Michel de Certeau, [The Practice of Everyday Life](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ThePracticeofEverydayLife) John Cowper Powys, English novelist Will Self (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Will_Self), English writer Guy Debord, [The Society of the Spectacle](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TheSocietyoftheSpectacle) Arcade Fire, “We Used to Wait” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nTjn1yJp0w) Paul Thomas Anderson (director), Punch Drunk Love (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0272338/) Viktor Shklovsky (https://www.britannica.com/biography/Viktor-Shklovsky), Russian formalist Patreon blog post on Phil’s dream (https://www.patreon.com/posts/virus-30409580) David Lynch (director), [Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TwinPeaks:FireWalkwithMe)_
                

      Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry for Animals #240” Anthony Marr- Motorcade For Wild Horses

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      Join Us **LIVE INTERVIEW** Animal Advocates Radio “Voices Carry For Animals #240” on Nov 6th, 2019 @ 7:00 pm EST LISTEN LIVE Podcast >> HERE << 4:00 pm PST..5:00 pm MST ..6:00 pm CST ..7:00 pm EST.. Listen to the LIVE Show by calling (310) 982-4270 Hosted by Debbie Dahmer   SPEAKING OUT FOR THOSE […]
                

      #107 How to grow your self-esteem

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      Self-esteem has been linked to higher levels of happiness, satisfaction and quality of relationships.


      The day to day challenges of demanding work, tricky stakeholders and social-media led comparison can significantly impact our belief in our worth and value. In this week's Squiggly Careers podcast, hosts Helen and Sarah talk about how to measure and grow your self-confidence, sharing tools and tops to build belief in yourself.


      For links and resources, head over to amazingif.com

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      The Batman, Japanese Spider-Man, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Witcher, and Joker

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      On the November 6, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news, including The Batman, Spider-Man, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Witcher, and Joker.

       

      Opening Banter: Water Cooler tomorrow as HT is away on a set visit.

       

      In The News:

       

      • Spoiler Warning

       

       

      Other Articles Mentioned:

       

      All the other stuff you need to know:

      • You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today’s show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes.
      • /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. 
      • You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS). 
      • Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at peter@slashfilm.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air.
      • Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes, tell your friends and spread the word! 
      • Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.

                

      76: Bring Team Values to Life

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      How often does your team talk about goals (or impact or accomplishments)? And how often do you talk about your values? 

      Too often team or organizational values are meaningless words on the wall (or website). Unless we intentionally take steps to bring these values, the beautifully crafted inspirational values will likely never become core to the culture. 

      In this episode, I talk through various strategies to help bring your values to life. I discuss how to translate values into norms or behaviors, how to incorporate values into your accountability systems, and how to modify your ways of working to reflect your values.

      The full episode guide includes a sample agenda, activities, and examples to help your team translate it’s values into norms and incorporate them into your ways of working. Get it when you join the Modern Manager community or purchase the full guide at www.mamieks.com/store.  

      Get the free mini-guide at www.mamieks.com/miniguides.

      Subscribe to my newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. 

      Read the related blog article: How to Live Your Team Values Every Day

      Key Takeaways:

      • Values on their own will not change a culture. It takes intentional effort to embrace the values and make them part of your team’s daily experience.
      • Norms can be explicit and implicit. Often we take cues from observing our colleagues to help us understand what behaviors are expected and accepted. 
      • When norms are not intentionally developed based on the team’s values, they emerge organically. In this case, they are typically derived from the team leader and/or the loudest personalities. 
      • To generate norms as a team, ask the group, “for each value, what behaviors would we observe if people were living this value?”
      • Collectively identify the top 1-3 norms to focus on first. These could be the easiest to implement, most needed, greatest ROI, etc.
      • Elevate the norms to the same level of importance as your team’s goals. Talk about them wherever you’d talk about goals.
      • Share stories of when you’ve observed people upholding the norms and values.
      • Incorporate ratings or reflection questions specifically about upholding the team values and/or norms into your performance review process.
      • Include developing skills and capabilities related to the values in your individual development plans.
      • Talk with team members individually when they don’t uphold a norm. Seek to understand why and support them to do better in the future.
      • Reflect on your current ways of working - processes, practices, rewards, etc - and ask if they are aligned with your team values.
      • Take steps to update or redesign any ways of working that are inhibiting people (as structural roadblocks or de-motivators) from living the values.
      • Make it fun by including visuals, playful language or other approaches that highlight the team’s values.
      • Recognize that this process takes time and focus, but it’s worth the investment.

      Additional Resources:

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      #146 Gabby Bernstein on Why You Need to Proactively Change Your Thought Patterns & Beliefs | Impact Theory

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      Acknowledged “spirit junkie” and best-selling author Gabrielle Bernstein has devoted her life to helping people unpack and overcome the deep trauma that leads to so many forms of chronic physical and mental illnesses. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Gabrielle Bernstein discusses faith, patience, meditation, therapy and addiction. Her compassion, wisdom and incredible drive shine through as she discusses how to overcome the addiction to judging the self and others, how to change your belief system, and how to develop a spiritual relationship of your own understanding.

      This episode is brought to you by:

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      SHOW NOTES:

      “How can I decide to stop feeling bad?” [3:33]

      Gabrielle describes the point where your meditation stops working [5:29]

      Gabrielle explains how her faith helped her deal with buried trauma [7:18]

      The healing process begins by recognizing the real roots of the trauma [11:50]

      Gabrielle describes the EMDR therapy process  [13:26]

      Gabrielle explains the emotional freedom technique, or “tapping” [16:01]

      Gabrielle advocates transcendental meditation and using a mantra [18:32]

      How do you practice not believing your own judgments [22:55]

      Gabrielle explains how judgment is an addiction [25:17]

      Gabrielle shares her story of getting clean from addiction [26:48]

      Gabrielle advocates developing a spiritual relationship of your own understanding [29:15]

      Gabrielle and Tom discuss patience and faith [31:30]

      Gabrielle and Tom discuss the benefits of meditation, relaxation and calm [41:59]

      What’s wrong with the mindset that “if I don’t make it happen, it won’t happen” [45:56]

      Gabrielle describes how the feeling of unworthiness holds us back [47:24]

      Gabrielle explains how to choose new belief systems [49:41]

      Gabrielle shares the impact she wants to have on the world [52:11]

       

      QUOTES:

       

      “Judging yourself is just another form of addiction.” [25:09]

      “Once you start to develop a spiritual relationship of your own understanding, you’ll notice wild synchronicities in your life. You’ll notice invisible doors open for you.” [29:48]

      “People really dwell in the belief system, particularly in America, that ‘if I don’t make it happen it’s not gonna happen’. So patience is the opposite of that, and is terrifying to that belief system.” [46:44]

       

      FOLLOW:

       

      WEBSITE: gabbybernstein.com

      INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2pr5ieL

      FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/31QSRWI

      TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2JuJaaf

       

       

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      Super Attractor https://amzn.to/31RRKG9 [2:53]


                

      018 How To Be A Genius - Episode 8

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      When you think of a genius, who first comes to mind? An artist? Scientist? Sports player?
       
      Regardless of the subject area, geniuses exhibit similar traits that can all lead to finding fulfilment and becoming successful.
       
      In a brand new special eight-part series, Pete explores the common factors linking geniuses and explains how you too can become a genius.
       
      In the final instalment of the Genius series, we recap the entire series and the lessons discussed over the previous 7 episodes.
       
      Entering a 'genius zone' is not easy. It requires constant work but it isn't something you are born with - anyone can become a genius by nurturing their innate gifts. Pete describes the common factor - the breaking of conditioned responses - as key to becoming a genius and to break free of our pasts and move towards a life free from mediocrity.
       
      In this episode, we summarise:
       
      1. What a genius really is;
      2. How to identify where you are and where you want to be;
      3. Why you don't need to be the next Shakespeare/Jordan/Gandhi!
       
      What can you apply from this podcast to your life? Share with us your biggest takeaways in the comments below!
       
      This episode of The Pete Cohen Podcasts is proudly brought to you by www.petecohen.com! 
       
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      “Discover The 3 Secrets To Transform Your Life Today And Become A Leader People Want To Follow’”   https://petecohen.com/coaching/
       
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      Helping and coaching people in my expertise. And it is VERY satisfying to change people’s lives so they improve and change their health, finances, relationships, confidence and mindset.
       
      Find out more about our work and our community of likeminded individuals today!
       
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      About Pete Cohen:
      Pete Cohen is one of the world’s leading keynote speakers. Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world have been motivated and inspired by Pete’s presentations. He has professionally impacted on the lives of thousands of people worldwide, including business executives, professional athletes and the everyday person.
       
      Pete has coached world-class athletes and sporting greats, such as Sally Gunnell, Ellen MacArthur, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Arsenal Football Club and Tim Henman to achieve peak performance.
      Pete focuses on the importance of having a strong belief in yourself. He teaches that you need to be positive and you have to develop self-confidence to achieve your potential and be successful.
       
      He is the author of 19 published books, several of which have been best-sellers across the world, including Shut the Duck Up, Habit Busting, Life DIY and Sort Your Life Out. He has also presented his own show on TV called The Coach and was the resident Life Coach on GMTV for 12 years.
      His new book Inspirators - Leading The Way In Leadership is available here https://www.inspirators.me

                

      0237 - Spécial Certification

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      Pour célébrer le 15ème anniversaire de notre podcast, nous avons concocté une émission spéciale sur les certifications Microsoft. Nous discutons avec quatre informaticiens qui ont acceptées de partager leurs motivations à passer les examens. Comment ils se sont préparés? Quel est leur opinion des examens et leur trucs et astuces.

       

      Ces quatre informaticiens sont les suivants:

       

      Louis Turmel est passionné par les nouvelles technologies. L'optimisation, l'automatisation, l'augmentation de la qualité et l'opérationnalisation ont toujours fait partie intégrante de ses préoccupations. L'avènement du DevOps est depuis quelques années une révélation qui s'est transformer en passion, ce qui lui a permis de recentrer sa carrière en tant que consultant DevOps, afin de pouvoir tirer profit de la variété d'expérience acquise aux cours des 16 dernières années.


      Stephane Lapointe est un spécialiste en solutions Cloud qui possède plus de 20 ans d’expérience avec les technologies Microsoft. Il travaille chez ShareGate en tant que spécialiste en solutions Cloud. Il est très passionné par tout ce qui touche Microsoft Azure, l’automatisation, la pratique DevOps et l’automatisation de toute sorte à l’aide de PowerShell. Très impliqué dans la communauté MSDEVMTL à Montréal où il est coorganisateur du groupe Azure, il est aussi un Microsoft Azure MVP & Advisor.


      Vlad Catrinescu est un consultant SharePoint et Office 365 spécialisé dans les déploiements des infrastructures SharePoint, SharePoint Online ainsi que les déploiements hybrides. En tant qu’auteur, Microsoft Certified Trainer et conférencier international, Vlad a aidé des centaines de milliers d’utilisateurs et administrateurs à tirer le meilleur profit de SharePoint.


      Michel Perfetti, marseillais d'origine, est directeur technique chez Cellenza. Il travaille depuis 2006 sur les problématiques d'industrialisation du développement logiciel avec l’outillage Microsoft. Michel est fortement impliqué dans la communauté parisienne des développeurs Microsoft et, à ce titre, il reçoit la reconnaissance MVP depuis 2006. Michel intervient en tant que consultant sur des problématiques d'architecture ou développement ainsi que des problématiques liées aux méthodologies de travail et l'agilité.

       

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      De Grote Vriendelijke Podcast - Joke van Leeuwen en Kees Spiering (Kindernacht van de Poëzie)

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      In de 19e aflevering van De Grote Vriendelijke Podcast praten kinderboekrecensenten Jaap Friso (JaapLeest.nl) en Bas Maliepaard (Trouw) met dichters Joke van Leeuwen en Kees Spiering. Spreker(s): Bas Maliepaard, Jaap Friso, Joke van Leeuwen, Kees Spierin

                

      De Grote Vriendelijke Podcast - In memoriam Peter van Gestel (m.m.v. Imme Dros en Jacques Dohmen)

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      De 8e aflevering van De Grote Vriendelijke Podcast is een In Memoriam voor schrijver Peter van Gestel, bekend van onder meer 'Winterijs', die op 1 maart 2019 overleed. Spreker(s): Jaap Friso; Bas Maliepaard; Imme Dros; Jacques Dohmen

                

      Two Breast Cancer Stories Offer Moms Hope

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      [This is not an abbreviated podcast--show reproduced in original length.]

      No woman wants to be told she has breast cancer. Jessica Sidener and Jenny Dean Schmidt (Host of ChannelMom) share their stories of breast cancer diagnoses and paths to healing. Founder of Night Out with The Girls, Jessica has a heart-wrenching story of loss and redemption. Jenny gets real about fear, faith and family as she recounts her journey and shares hopeful advice for every woman! Learn how to take action for your own mom health!


       Sharing Their Personal Perspectives of Hope 

      Surprising Stats That Reduce The Scary Factor

      Things Every Woman Can Do to Increase Survival Rates


      Tune in and ENJOY your Mom Life on This ChannelMom Podcast OR...

      Listen to the next ChannelMom Radio or SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel!

      Listen to ChannelMom Radio on 94.7 FM in Denver on Fridays @ 1PM MT - Saturdays @ 7AM and @ 2:30PM. ALSO Listen on Faith Talk 99.5 FM Fridays @ 2PM CT in Little Rock!

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      InGoal Radio Podcast Episode 41: Andy Moog

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      In this Episode of the InGoal Radio Podcast presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, we sit down with three-time Stanley Cup champion Andy Moog who reflects on his career, brings an insightful look to goalie coaching, and...did you know he wore a plexiglass shield in the Olympics?

      The post InGoal Radio Podcast Episode 41: Andy Moog appeared first on InGoal Magazine.


                

      EXCUSE ME! WHAT DID OBAMA SAY?

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      Blogging & Social Media Intensive by Co-op Exchange & Co-op Podcast Studios with @SylviaHubbard1 Metro #Detroit Dec14th | Register NOW

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      Blogging and Social Media Intensive December 4th in Metro Detroit. Register now and bring your New Year in with promises of new customers and understanding how to rock your social media. Description With the success of blogging do you really understand what it takes to have a successful blog? Would you want to learn how […]
                

      224 - Get Woke

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      In this totally all business episode that is completely devoid of shenanigans, Booray learns that he will never be woke enough, Gary gets a bad Google review, and the fellas discuss catch-phrase marketing. In photography news, DJI unveils the Mavic Mini, Canon is pushing a new file format, famous photographer steals from his studio mates, and more.

      Register for Imaging USA and WPPI 2020 where you can see Gary and Booray both speak LIVE.

      Watch and subscribe to Booray's YouTube channel HERE

      Join our community on Facebook HERE




                

      detektor.fm geht im November auf Podcast-Tour - 5 Tage, 5 Städte, 5 Podcasts

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      Wir haben in diesem Jahr unseren 10. Geburtstag. Das feiern wir natürlich! Es gibt eine große Party am 16. November, wir überarbeiten unsere Webseite und unser Programm und wir kommen zu euch! Denn wir gehen erstmals auf eine Live-Podcast-Tour durch Deutschland. Dabei kommen wir bestimmt auch in eure Nähe!

      Der Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/digital/detektor-fm-geht-im-november-auf-podcast-tour
                

      218 – Retrospectiva 2017 ao som de Rita Lee

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      Feliz ano novo, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta ediçãoVilto ReisCecília Marcon e Jefferson Figueiredo vão entrar em um loop infinito de escutar Rita Lee e fazer uma Retrospectiva do ano de 2017.


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      217 – Plágio na Novela das Nove

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      216 – Coleções de Contos

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      215 – Booklist 5 – Poemas

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta ediçãoVilto ReisCecília Marcon e Jefferson Figueiredo vão fazer mais uma Booklist, nossa tradicional lista de recomendações literárias rápidas, e dessa vez o objetivo é recomendar Poesias!


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      Poemas Recomendados:

      [Poema] Guardar – António Cicero

      Texto Integral

      [Youtube] Fernanda Montenegro recita “Guardar”

      [Youtube] Antonio Cicero recita “Guardar”

      [Livro] Um Útero é do Tamanho de um Punho – Angélica Freitas

      [Poema] Como ser um Grande Escritor – Charles Bukowski

      Texto Integral

      [Livro] Outros Jeitos de Usar a Boca – Rupi Kaur

      [Poema] O Passaro Azul – Charles Bukowski

      Texto Completo

      [Youtube] Harry Dean Stanton declama “Bluebird”

      [Poema] O Apanhador de Desperdícios – Manoel de Barros

      Texto Completo

      [Poema] Ismália – Alphonsus de Guimaraens

      Texto Completo

      [Poema] I Carry your heart with me – E. E. Cummings

      Texto Completo

      Tradução

      E. E. Cummings recita “I Carry Your Heart With Me”

      [Livro] Manuel Bandeira – Libertinagem

      Pneumotórax

      Pensão Familiar

      Profundamente

      Porquinho-da-Índia

      Vou-me Embora pra Pasárgada

      O último poema

      [Livro] Poema Sujo – Ferreira Gullar

      Livro Completo – PDF

      Ferreira Gullar recita “Poema Sujo”


                

      214 – Há um Tubarão na Piscina – José Figueiredo

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      Compre Há um Tubarão na Piscina

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      213 – Escritores Negros e Revoluções

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      212 – TARJA PRETA – Meu Ano com Depressão – Cecilia Garcia Marcon

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      Compre Tarja Preta - Meu ano com Depressão

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      211 – Nelson Rodrigues, o Anjo Pornográfic

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta edição, Vilto Reis, Cecília Marcon e Jefferson Figueiredo vão falar do Anjo Pornográfico, o grande escritor brasileiro Nelson Rodrigues.


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      210 – Concurso Paul Rabbit – Ano 2

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta ediçãoVilto Reis, Cecília Marcon, Jefferson Figueiredo e  Luis Beber vão mais uma vez prestigiar a escrita dos ouvintes no insano e internacionalmente renomado Concurso Paul Rabbit de Fanficões!


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      209 – John McLoving e a Busca do Mijo da Vida – Mickael Menegheti

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      Compre John McLoving pelo nosso Link

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      208 – Kazuo Ishiguro – Nobel 2017

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta edição, Vilto Reis, Cecília Marcon e Jefferson Figueiredo vão falar de Kazuo Ishiguro, autor nipo-britânico e ganhador do Premio Nobel de Literatura de 2017.


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      207 – Nós, Professores

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      206 – Adaptações em Novela

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      205 – Aquele sobre Capas

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta edição, Vilto Reis e Jefferson Figueiredo trocam uma ideia sobre o que gostam e o que não gostam em Capas de livros, além de elencar as suas editoras e capas favoritas.


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      204 – A Cor Púrpura – Alice Walker

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta edição Cecília MarconJefferson Figueiredo e e Juliana Santos vão discutir a linda e impactante obra de Alice Walker: A Cor Púrpura!


      Compre a Cor Púrpura pelo link do 30:MIN

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      203 – Svetlana Alexievich

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      202 – Tretas e Opiniões Impopulares!

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      201 – Booklist 04 – Booklist Animal!

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      200 – Verdades e Desafios! – Edição Especial

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      190 – Relacionamentos Abusivos

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      189 – A Putaria come Solta +18

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      Recomendações

      (Contos) Fabulário Geral do Delírio Cotidiano – Charles Bukowski

      (Crônicas) A Vida como Ela é – Nelson Rodrigues

      (Romance) Capitães da Areia – Jorge Amado

      (Romance) O Carteiro e o Poeta – Antonio Skármeta

      (Romance) O Caso Morel – Rubem Fonseca

      (Romance) A Casa dos Budas Ditosos – João Ubaldo Ribeiro

      (Novela) O Amante de Lady Chatterley – D. H. Lawrence

      (Romance) Um Gato chamado Borges – Vilto Reis

      (Romance) It – Stephen King

      (Romance) Deuses Americanos – Neil Gaiman

      (Romance) História do Olho – Georges Bataille

      30:MIN #092 – A história do olho

      (Romance) O Continente – Érico Veríssimo

      (Romance) Ana Terra – Érico Veríssimo

      (Romance) Evangelho Segundo Jesus Cristo – José Saramago


                

      188 – Como fazer para ler em outros idiomas?

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      Recomendados

      (Romance) The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – Mark Twain

      (Cartas) The Hemingway Letters Project – The Hemingway Society

      (Romance) Vernon God Little – DBC Pierre

      (Jefferson Figueiredo) O jeito que a mídia quer que você pense: “Vernon God Little”, de DBC Pierre

      (Academia Española, 2007) Cien años de soledad – Gabriel García Márquez – Imagem

      (Academia Española, 2005) El Quijote – Miguel de Cervantes – Imagem

      (Academia Española, 2015) El Quijote – Miguel de Cervantes – Imagem


                

      187 – Duelo de Titãs – Cecilia vs Vilto

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      Autores

      (Twitter) Elvira Vigna

      (Companhia) Elvira Vigna

      (Companhia) Svetlana Aleksiévitx

      (Homo Literatus) Elizabeth Gaskell – o ouro vitoriano esquecido

      (Pedra Azul) Elizabeth Gaskell

      (Companhia) Mary Shelley

      (Bertrand) Ernest Hemingway

      (Wikipedia) J. D. Salinger


                

      186 – Quem Julga e Quem Condena?

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN. Nesta ediçãoVilto ReisJefferson Figueiredo e Cecilia Marcon vão soltar os cachorros no espetáculo de julgamento midiático da última semana, e tentar lembrar qual é a função e como deveria atuar a Justiça.


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      Recomendações

      (Romance) 1984 – George Orwell

      (Romance) Os Miseráveis – Victor Hugo

      (Documentário) Notícias de uma Guerra Particular – Rio de Janeiro -1993 à 1998

      (Romance) O Estrangeiro – Albert Camus

      (Romance) American Crime Story: o Povo Contra O.J. Simpson – Jeffrey Tobbin

      (Série) O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story

      (Romance) O Processo – Franz Kafka


                

      185 – Caçando Carneiros – Haruki Murakami

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      Compre Caçando Carneiros de Haruki Murakami

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      184 – Depressão e Suicídio

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      Recomendações

      (Romance) Norwegian Wood – Haruki Murakami

      (Não-ficção) O Demônio do Meio-Dia – Uma Anatomia da Depressão –  Andrew Solomon

      (Biografia) A Mulher Calada – Biografia da Sylvia Plath – Janet Malcolm

      (Ensaio) O Deus Selvagem um Estudo do Suicidio – A Alvarez

      (Filme) The Royal Tenenbaums – Wes Anderson

      (Filme) Wristcutters: A Love Story – Goran Dukic

      (Contos) Suicídios Exemplares – Enrique Vila-Matas


                

      183 – Booklist 02 – Brasilidade

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      Recomendações

      (Carta) Carta de Pêro Vaz de Caminha ao Rei de Portugal

      (Poema) Canção do exílio – Murilo Mendes

      (Romance) Eles eram muitos cavalos – Luiz Ruffato

      (Conto) O Homem que Sabia Javanês – Lima Barreto

      (Contos) Crônicas Esportivas – Nelson Rodrigues

      A pátria de chuteiras – Nelson Rodrigues

      O Berro Impresso das Manchetes – Nelson Rodrigues

      (Romance) A Casa dos Budas Ditosos – João Ubaldo Ribeiro

      (Romance) A Morte e a Morte de Quincas Berro Dágua – Jorge Amado


                

      182 – Estereótipos Masculinos Negros

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      Recomendações

      Recomendações de livros sobre estereótipos masculinos negros indicados pela Juliana:

      Livro: We Real Cool: Black Men and Masculinity – bell hooks

      Livro: Black Sexual Politics: African Americans, Gender, and the New Racism – Patricia Hill Collins

      Vídeo: Jon Jones e Laura Muller no Altas Horas


                

      Full Transcript First Look Podcast with SAPs Mark Yolton

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      181 – Estereótipos Femininos Negros

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      Recomendações de livros sobre estereótipos femininos negros indicados pela Juliana:

      Livro: Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women – Melissa Harris-Perry

      Autora: Patricia Hill Collins

      Livro: Ain’t I a Woman? – bell hooks


                

      180 – Virada 180 Graus!

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      Recomendações (ou reclamações) nessa virada 180 graus:

      Cecilia – Autora: Marian Keyes

      Jefferson – Senhora, de José Alencar

      Vilto – Meu pai fala cada merda, de Justin Halpern

      Cecilia – Beber, jogar, f@#er, de Andrew Gottileb

      Jefferson – Autor: Dan Brown

      Vilto – Limpeza de Sangue, de Arturo Perez-Reverte


                

      179 – 2666 – Roberto Bolaño

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta ediçãoVilto Reis e Jefferson Figueiredo unem seus poderes para poder falar sobre o enorme 2666 de Roberto Bolaño. Descubra as influências do escritor, suas variadas obras e como 2666 pode ser um livro, vários e todos ao mesmo tempo. Ah, e #cecilialeiabolano


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      178 – Por que ler Luisa Geisler?

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      Recomendações

      Luisa Geisler (Twitter | FacebookTumblr)

      2010 – Contos/Crônicas – Contos de mentira

      2011 – Romance – Quiçá

      2014 – Romance – Luzes de emergência se acenderão automaticamente

      Coluna da Luisa Geisler no Blog da Companhia


                

      177 – Booklist 1 – Grandes Começos

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      Recomendações

      (Conto) O Grande Duelo – Jefferson Figueiredo. In: Sentimentos à flor da pele.

      (Novela) PULP – Charles Bukowski

      (Conto) Felicidade Clandestina – Clarice Lispector

      (Novela) Seventeen – Kenzaburo Oe

      Texto do Jefferson após ler a obra

      (Novela) Tristessa – Jack Kerouac

      Resenha do Vilto Reis

      (Conto) Aqueles Dois – Caio F. Abreu

      (Conto) O Jardim dos caminhos que se bifurcam – Jorge Luis Borges


                

      176 – Estereótipos Femininos na Literatura

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena e muito séria de literatura. Nesta ediçãoVilto ReisCecília Marcon e Jefferson Figueiredo aproveitam a Semana da Mulher para discutir sobre os estereótipos femininos que ainda persistem em muitos lugares da literatura.


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      175 – Carnaval 2017

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta edição, Vilto Reis, Cecília Marcon e Jefferson Figueiredo caem na folia e curtem o carnaval deitados de barriga pra cima dentro de casa para fugir do calor.


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      Recomendações

      POEMA – O homem e seu carnaval – Carlos Drummond de Andrade

      ROMANCE – Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos – Jorge Amado

      ROMANCE – A Morte e a Morte de Quincas Berro D’Água – Jorge Amado

      CONTO – Conto de verão nº 2: Bandeira branca – Luis Fernando Veríssimo


                

      174 – Rubem Fonseca versus João Ubaldo Ribeiro

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      Recomendado de João Ubaldo Ribeiro:

      ROMANCE – Viva o Povo Brasileiro (1894), 673 páginas.

      ROMANCE – Sargento Getúlio (1971), 115 páginas.

      ROMANCE – A Casa dos Budas Ditosos (1999), 164 páginas.

      CONTO – O Santo que não Acreditava em Deus (1999)


      Recomendado de Rubem Fonseca:

      CONTO – Passeio Noturno

      CONTO – O Cobrador (1979)

      CONTO – Feliz Ano Novo (1975)

      ROMANCE – Bufo & Spallanzani (1986), 337 páginas.

      ROMANCE – O Caso Morel (1973), 232 páginas.

      ROMANCE – A Grande Arte (1983), 304 páginas.

      ROMANCE – Agosto (1990), 280 páginas.


                

      173 – Livros que você nunca ouviu falar

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      172 – Por que Ler Raymond Carver?

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      171 – Literatura Gaúcha e outros Bairrismos

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      Sejam bem-vindos, leitores e leitoras ao 30:MIN, sua meia hora alucinógena de literatura. Nesta edição, Vilto Reis, Cecília Marcon e Jefferson Figueiredo abrem mão do bom senso e decidem discutir sobre como o Rio Grande do Sul trata sua literatura regionalista e como estabelecer uma “Literatura Gaúcha” afeta a percepção dos habitantes do estado.


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      OLCC Launches Potcast, err...Podcast

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      With the legalization of cannabis in Oregon came, naturally, laws. And regulations. And rules. The Oregon legislature tasked the Oregon Liqour Control Commission (OLCC) with regulating the growing, distribution and sale of cannabis in the state.
                

      Out of Order, 1984

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      Podcast: Round 1 Football Playoff Analysis

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      12-2-17 A Wrestling Match

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      Who was Jacob wrestling? Sometimes it takes a supernatural encounter with GOD to grow. Rabbi Ken teaches on Jacob's story and more in this week's podcast! This week's readings: Genesis 32:25-32; 35:10; Hosea 12:3-6; Proverbs 29:25; 2 Corinthians 12:7-10


                

      The Dragzine Podcast Episode 37: Mark Pawuk

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      This week on The Dragzine Podcast Mark Pawuk is our guest. Pawuk talks about his early career, what he thinks of Pro Stock, and Factory Showdown racing.
                

      Key Milestones to Successful Business Podcasting

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      Promoting audio never been easier then today with the complete variety of social media networks and platforms available to artists around the world, where they can publish their audio and get exposure from readers throughout the world. Raising your group of fans and getting your self recognized globally could be the desire of each and […]
                

      Promises,promises

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      A European Arrest Warrant for Clara Ponsati,on charges of sedition, was issued by Spain just before we recorded today's podcast.We give our initial reactions to the shocking news.

      Lesley was at the National's Yes rally in George Square last Saturday and she reveals who she thought was the most impressive speaker. The BBC has responded to criticism of its coverage, to be honest we're sceptical, to say the least, to its reply.

      This leads, neatly I reckon, to the exclusion of the SNP from the televised election debates. Lesley has some interesting thoughts, not just on this, but the whole framing of political debate on our screens.

      The Scottish Greens have decided to field at least 20 candidates in the General Election. I question why, and consider what impact this might have on marginal,SNP held, constituencies. We compare and contrast this with Sinn Fein's decision not to stand in three Northern Irish seats and electoral pacts in England and Wales.

      Our last "big bit" is on Lesley's analysis of Boris Johnson's attempts to position himself as a "One Nation Tory" .Will it work in Leave voting traditional Labour areas?

      Along the way we also look at Jacob Rees Mogg's statements on Grenfell, and the government cover up on Russian interference in UK politics. 


                

      FIS Harvard 2019 podcasts

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      The Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Harvard University brought together more than 85 asset owners from 20 countries to discuss globalisation, human capital, inequality, longevity, technology, medicine and ethics, and the role of institutional capital in creating real change in the world. We were joined by many distinguished speakers and have put together a podcast series of our favourite sessions.

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      The Secret to Connecting with VIPs and Influencers [PODCAST]

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      You are only one relationship away from a breakthrough. Connecting with the right people will take your business and life to the next level. You may be more qualified than the competition, but it doesn’t matter if you don’t know the right people. The right skills without the right contacts are useless. The right ideas without the right connections to put those ideas into actions are of no use. Listen to today's episode to learn the secret to connecting with VIPs and influencers to grow your business.


                

      Delivery Driver Hero

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      Restaurant Delivery Driver Listening to podcasts. Catching up with an old friend on the phone. Exploring your city. No - that---s not a recap of a relaxing Sunday afternoon, it---s all part of being a DELIVERY DRIVER at Bite Squad. With Bite Squad---s flexible scheduling and independent work-style, you can provide a great experience for our customers while still having a great time yourself. All shifts available - days/nights, weekdays/weekends, part-time/full-time. We---re partnered with--DAILYPAY- so you---ll never need to wait until Pay Day to have access to your funds! Why Bite Squad?
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      BPT 2.0 – The Lies of the Third Reich , Hong Kong, and 2 Thess 2

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      I muse on some lessons from the excellent book the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich and how it (kind of) pertains to Hong Kong. The main part of the podcast though is about the complete lack of consensus among pretribulationalist regarding 2 Thessalonians 2, otherwise known as pretrib Kryptonite. Check Out http://prewrathmovie.com

                

      Dall'audiolibro de "Il Maestro e Margherita" al podcast su Beyoncé, la regina del pop

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      Episode 185: Benioff and Weiss ARE OUT! Plus The Mandalorian Trailer review!

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      On this episode of "Rogue Won: A Star Wars Podcast for Winners, Johnny, Hawes, and Mike break down the The Mandalorian Trailer!  

      • The Mandalorian Trailer breakdown!
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      Videographer -- Digital Media Specialist - Four Quadrants Advisory - Carmel, IN

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      As part of our rapidly growing, fast paced company, you will be primarily working on all aspects of video production, podcasting and other digital media to tell…
      From Indeed - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 20:23:02 GMT - View all Carmel, IN jobs
                

      Learning Management System/OD Consultant - Republic Airways - Indianapolis, IN

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      Podcasting, video filming and editing, microlearning). Serves in a hybrid role that manages, designs, and implements procedures relating to organizational…
      From Republic Airways - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 10:13:13 GMT - View all Indianapolis, IN jobs
                

      Did the Browns make a mistake adding Odell Beckham?

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      Cleveland lost again on Sunday, and the team's star receiver wants the ball more. We talk about it on today's Cover 2 podcast.
                

      #PODCAST: Google Assistant's new speech technology is "slowly bridging the gap between man and machine"

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - While "um's" and "uh's" are against the laws of language, these utterances are now part of Google Assistant's speech output. In this week's Techno Touch, CEO and Chief Innovation Analyst at Product of the Year South Africa, Preetsh Sewraj says Google's voice-controlled technologies are sounding increasingly human-like and will now accurately complete your searches, even with impromptu language prompts. Sewraj says in due time it will become increasingly difficult to determine the difference between a human voice and a digital one...
                

      #PODCAST: A mixed bag for recruitment agency "Jack Hammer", as they release their Annual Bonus and Salary Survey

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Prabashini Moodley - The Annual Bonus and Salary Survey by recruitment agency Jack Hammer shows that 56% of senior professionals in South Africa have low expectations for a bonus this year, while 33% expect no increase next year. According to their Chief Operating Officer Advaita Naidoo, this has been a result of South Africa's economy being under severe strain hence effecting business profitability. Naidoo says, expectations for bonuses and increases have steadily dropped since 2016...
                

      #PODCAST: Remembering "Papwa" Sewgolum, the DBN Central Golf Club are set to host it's 41st annual Memorial Open

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Matthew Veeran - In remembrance of the sterling sporting career of the late Sewsunker "Papwa" Sewgolum, the Durban Central Golf Club will be hosting it's 41st annual Memorial Open next month. The tournament has been a staple for the KZN golfing community and this year's event promises to be bigger than ever before. The player who achieves the best gross of the day will be awarded R5,000 cash, while the lucky player who manages a hole-in-one, will go home with a brand new car! Event official, Sunny Singh says this year, the club will be catering for 130 players*... * For more information and details on how to enter, contact Tony on 083 780 5403. (MV)
                

      #PODCAST: @r2kcampaign explain why its crucial that South Africans know how political party funding is secured

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Prabashini Moodley - As the saying goes "he who pays the piper, calls the tune" - and that's the words of Right2Know co-ordinator Ghalib Galant who says, it's crucial that South Africans know how political party funding is secured. The advocacy group will today host a panel discussion at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg on reforms and stagnation towards the transparency of party funding. This comes after Parliament's portfolio committee on Justice and Correctional Services last month adopted a new bill which will require political parties to record their funding. Galant says, funding needs to be transparent so investors are not given political power...
                

      #PODCAST: A brief sigh of relief for motorists, as all grades of petrol drop by 13 cents a litre

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - Since midnight last night - South African motorists have been experiencing some relief at the pumps. According to the Energy Department, all grades of petrol dropped by 13 cents a litre, diesel by 14 to 16 cents - while paraffin will drop by 31 cents a litre. Spokesperson for the Automobile Association (AA) - Layton Beard, spoke to Newsbreak's Hoosen Ebrhaim and explained what the fuel decrease is attributed to...
                

      #PODCAST: Two male bodies found in KwaZulu-Natal within the space of 24 hours #DBN #PMB

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - It's been a deadly week in the province of KwaZulu-Natal with the gruesome discovery of two male bodies. The latest incident involves, the body of a man believed to be in his thirties - which was found at the corner of Riverside Road and Roadhouse Crescent, in Umgeni Park, north of Durban yesterday afternoon. Meanwhile, earlier on Tuesday, the body of the missing Pietermaritzburg doctor, Vidhwan Singh, was found floating at Howick Falls - one week after his disappearances. Spokesperson for Marshall Security, Kyle van Reenen, says the 32-year old's body had been found by residents on a grass patch in the Umgeni Park area. Van Reenen says cause of death is unknown at this stage...
                

      #PODCAST: #JacobZuma believes that the judges who denied him his permanent stay of prosecution, were wrong

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — Former President Jacob Zuma believes that the Judges who denied him his permanent stay of prosecution application have erred in their findings. Last month, a full bench of the High Court in Pietermaritzburg ruled against the application of a permanent stay of prosecution by both Zuma and his co-accused, the French arms company Thales. The two are facing fraud, corruption, racketeering and money laundering charges. The charges against them emanate from the multi-billion rand procurement of weapons for the South African National Defence Force. The former President has now filed an application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Appeal. Vusi Makhosini reports...
                

      #PODCAST: 1860 FOCUS - Judge Thumba Pillay details the impact of indentured labourers who "awakened South Africa"

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Tashlan Naidoo - This November Newsbreak are paying tribute to the Indian indentured labourers who settled in South Africa in 1860. In commemorating 159 years since their arrival - Newsbreak will be bringing you exclusive interviews and literature readings about your ancestors who arrived in South Africa to plough sugarcane fields. Today, we speak to anti-apartheid activist and former High Court and Electoral Court judge - Thumba Pillay. Judge Pillay details the enormous impact of indentured forbearers who advanced and awakened South Africa both agriculturally and politically...
                

      #PODCAST: The public has until the end of November to make submissions on the National Health Insurance (NHI) bill

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - The public has until the end of this month to make submissions on the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill. Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Health started its second round of public hearings on the bill over the weekend. The objective of the bill is to achieve universal access to quality health care services in South Africa. The committee called for written submissions from the public on the bill at the beginning of September 2019. Chairperson for the Portfolio Committee on Health - Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo explains how the public can contribute or have their say by submitting their applications...
                

      #PODCAST: ONE WEEK LATER, a Pietermaritzburg family is still searching for missing 72-year-old Dr. Vidwan Singh

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Magashini Mottian - It's been a painful, harrowing week for the Singh family from Pietermaritzburg. Today marks seven days since 72-year-old Dr. Vidwan Singh went missing in Howick Falls. Singh was last seen leaving his surgery in Raisethorpe, however his vehicle was found near the falls. He was reported missing after he did not come home for his usual lunch. Police search and rescue teams, divers, community members and even drones combed the area. Singh's, 34-year-old son Prasunth says his family remains deeply concerned. He is pleading for the safe return of his father...
                

      #PODCAST: Mohammed Ebrahim's legal team say police "did not follow proper procedure" when arresting him #MiguelLouw

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — The legal team representing the 44-year-old man accused of kidnapping and killing nine-year-old Miguel Louw, says police did not follow proper procedure when effecting his arrest. Mohamed Ebrahim is facing charges of theft, kidnapping and murder. The incident took place at Phoenix, north of Durban, last year. Nonjabulo Mntungwa-Makamu reports...
                

      #PODCAST: SAPS send a stern warning to illegal dispensaries and outlets selling cannabis products

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - The South African police have issued a stern warning to illegal dispensaries and outlets marketing and selling cannabis-related products. This after the Constitutional Court ruled last year that the use and cultivation of cannabis "in a private space" for personal consumption are no longer criminal offences. Police spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo, says DEALING in cannabis remains a serious criminal offence in terms of the Drugs and Drug Trafficking Act. He says anyone found to act against the warning will face the full might of the law...
                

      #PODCAST: Office of the KZN Premier asks the eThekwini Municipality to return funds allocated to build an 1860 monument

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producers Taresh Harreeparshad & Rachel Vadi - The office of the KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Sihle Zikalala says they have asked the eThekwini Municipality to return funds allocated to the building of a 1860 Monument. This is according to the Premier's spokesperson, Bongani Tembe. The idea of a monument was launched almost ten years ago, but due to various hiccups - the project has not been completed as yet. Tembe says that once the monies have been transferred, the Premier's office is expected to meet with the 1860 Organising Committee that was elected to spearhead the monument building. Meanwhile speaking on behalf of the 1860 Organising Committee, Seelan Archary says they are eagerly awaiting communication from the Premier's office - to kick-start the project once again...
                

      #PODCAST: In our Legends series, we profile internationally recognised singer/songwriter - @shashikamooruth

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Taliesha Naidoo - South African-born singer / songwriter - Shashika Mooruth, has proved passion for music knows no bounds. In this week's Newsbreak Legends feature, Taliesha Naidoo profiles the internationally recognised songstress...
                

      #PODCAST: India declare a public health emergency as toxic haze engulfs New Delhi

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — India's capital sounded a public health emergency at the peak of its tourism season as a toxic haze enveloped Delhi. All schools were closed and from today, the authorities will remove half of the city cars from the roads in a desperate attempt to combat air pollution. Rana Senn...
                

      #PODCAST: 1860 FOCUS - Ela Gandhi looks back at the strides made by people of Indian origin in South Africa #159Years

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Matthew Veeran - This November Newsbreak will be paying tribute to the Indian indentured labourers who settled in South Africa in 1860. Commemorating 159 years since their arrival - we'll be bringing you exclusive interviews about your ancestors. Today we speak to social activist and philanthropist Ela Gandhi, who describes the strides made by people of Indian origin here in South Africa. Ela also spoke about how her grandfather - Mahatma Gandhi -worked to assist the indentured labourers, as they were often mistreated by employers...
                

      #PODCAST: One-week-old baby girl dies from heat exhaustion, after being dumped near a manhole in Chatsworth

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Rachel Vadi - An abandoned baby, allegedly died from heat exhaustion after being dumped near a manhole in Chatsworth, south of Durban, this weekend. First to respond to various calls for assistance from the community, Director of Amawele Emegency Services, Siven Subramodey described the body of the one-week-old baby girl as "burnt in the sun". He says the high temperature on Saturday probably contributed to the baby's untimely death...
                

      #PODCAST: "SA lifting the World Cup has trailblazed the transformation agenda of local rugby" - Prof. Ashwin Desai

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Taresh Harreeparshad - South Africans remain bound by a thread of green and gold as unified celebrations continue following the Springboks record equalling third World Cup title win this weekend. The Boks beat England 32-12 in Japan. Siya Kolisi lead the squad to the convincing win - and in so doing inspired an entire nation to work together in order achieve great results. Sociologist Prof. Ashwin Desai says Kolisi's feat has trailblazed the transformation agenda of SA rugby by leaps and bounds...
                

      #PODCAST: Newsbreak Talk joins in on the celebrations as the @Springboks lift the Webb Ellis Cup! #RWC2019

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Taresh Harreeparshad - Taresh hosts NB Talk shortly after South Africa's massive win over England at the Rugby World Cup in Japan. Listen back to the jubilation and pride - as we get comment from both our reporters on the field and our audience around the country...
                

      #PODCAST: EThekwini Municipality explains why money for the 1860 monument was returned

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producers, Hoosen Ebrahim & Rachel Vadi - The eThekwini Municipality Mayor - Mxolisi Kaunda says that funds for the proposed 1860 monument was returned to the KwaZulu-Natal government because the planning committee could not agree on a way forward. The 1860 Indentured Labourers Monument was expected to be built at Durban's South Beach.......
                

      #PODCAST: South Africa mourns veteran broadcaster, Xolani Gwala

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer, Taliesha Naidoo - Tributes are pouring in for seasoned broadcaster, Xolani Gwala. He lost his battle with stage 4 Colon Cancer - aged 44. With nearly 20 years in broadcast journalism, in South Africa and abroad, Gwala has earned the respect of newsmakers and audiences across the country. His radio journey had started right here on Newsbreak. Former senior producer - Ashok Ramsarup says Gwala produced some of the country's finest pieces of current affairs.....
                

      #PODCAST: Tamil business chamber and R100 million private equity fund to be launched in Durban

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer, Rachel Vadi - The Tamil Business Warriors or TBW business chamber will be launched later this evening at a gala dinner in Johannesburgh. Chairperson of TBW, Karthigasen Muthusamy says the aim of TBW is to provide a network through which Tamil business people can interact and conduct business with each other. Muthusamy says that in addition to recognising youth and women in business - a R100 million TBW Private Equity fund will also be launched......
                

      #PODCAST: Study reveals one person dies of a rabies infection every 15 minutes across the world

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer, Shanell Daniel - One person dies of a rabies infection every 15 minutes. That's according to Doctor Nasiha Soofie, Medical Head for Sanofi Pasteur Vaccines in South Africa. With most cases being transmitted by dogs and between 5 and 30 human rabies cases confirmed annually, the global fight against rabies has come under the spotlight. Soofie says the rabies vaccine can prevent a bite from ending a life...
                

      #PODCAST: Social media reacts, as parts of KwaZulu-Natal experience a 3.7 magnitude earth #tremor

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — The Council for Geoscience has confirmed that a 3.7 magnitude earth tremor shook parts of KwaZulu-Natal around quarter past one on Thursday afternoon. Reports of the tremor came in from areas including Durban, Hillcrest and Port Shepstone. People shared their experiences of the tremor on social media just minutes after it happened. Nonkululeko Hlophe reports...
                

      #PODCAST: Former Springbok Legend Kobus Wiese gives his thoughts on tomorrow's massive #RWC2019 FINAL

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Matthew Veeran - The excitement is building for tomorrow's massive Rugby World Cup final between South Africa and England. Speaking ahead of the clash at Japan's Yokohama Sadium, former Springbok lock Kobus Wiese - says he expects a very tight affair on Saturday morning. In the semi-final stage England beat the defending champions New Zealand 19-7. The Springboks meanwhile, beat Wales 19-16 the following day to set up a rematch of the 2007 final. Team news suggests that neither side has made any significant changes - but the Boks will have Cheslin Kolbe back from injury. Weise says that while England may go into the game as favourites, the Bokke cannot be counted out...
                

      #PODCAST: Economist Dilip Garach previews today's credit review by ratings agency #Moody's

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak's Taresh Harreeparshad - Following Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's Medium-term Budget Policy Statement, the rand continues to weaken against major currencies and has also lost another 1-percent in late morning trade after yesterday's nearly 3-percent loss. With Moody's Investors Service, a major rating agency, due to give a credit review tomorrow, economist, Professor Dilip Garach, joins us on the line to discuss the effects these loses may have on Moody's credit review...
                

      #PODCAST: Cape Muslim community appalled over what's been described as "cult activity" at the Mowbray Cemetery

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - Suspected cult activity has left members of the Muslim community in total shock and fear. This after over 70 tombstones were removed from graves and placed in what is believed to be cult symbols at the Mowbray Muslim Cemetery, in Observatory, Cape Town. The Second Deputy President of the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) - Shaykh Riad Fataar, says caretakers arrived at work earlier this week to find the cemetery desecrated. With burials as recent as this week affected by the tombstone removals, family members have been called in to identify the grave sites of their loved ones. Fataar says the community are in shock and have concerns that this could happen at other cemeteries as well...
                

      #PODCAST: 1860 FOCUS: "KZN economy built on the back of the Indian indentured labourers" - Mangosuthu Buthelezi

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Taresh Harreeparshad - This November Newsbreak will be paying tribute to the Indian indentured labourers who settled in South Africa in 1860. Commemorating 159 years since their arrival - we'll be bringing you exclusive interviews about your ancestors. Former IFP President - Mangosuthu Buthelezi has shared a very close relationship with the Indian-origin community over the years. The 91-year-old says the KwaZulu-Natal-Natal economy was built on the back of the Indian indentured labourers...
                

      #PODCAST: Over 200 people living in an abandoned building forced to vacate - as the owners return 25 years later

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Magashini Mottian - 241 families who lived in a privately-owned building for 25 years in Sirdar Road, Clairwood - will now have to vacate the premises today. The owners, who abandoned the building during these years, now want it back. There have been legal battles, complaints to the municipality, permission to have more time - even written letters to the South African Human Rights Commission, to allow the residents to still reside there. Ward Councillor in the area - Sharmaine Sewshanker - says that the municipality has been aware of this matter and its their responsibility to provide these people with their basic need of housing*... *The eThekwini City Manager - Sipho Nzuza, could not be reached for comment.
                

      #PODCAST: Latest from the Durban High Court as #MiguelLouw's mother Raylene - continues her testimony

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — One day before Miguel Louw's body was found in September last year, his mother - Raylene Louw - went to the prison cell of the accused, Mohammed Ebrahim, under the pretence of paying his bail. Louw testified over two days at the Durban High Court - in the trial for the murder of her nine-year-old son, Miguel. He went missing in July 2018 and his badly decomposed body was found in Phoenix, north of Durban almost two months later. 44-year-old Ebrahim is facing charges of theft, kidnapping and murder. Prabashini Moodley reports...
                

      #PODCAST: Hi-tech equipment to enable Durban Metro Police to analyse vehicle owner data in real-time

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - The Durban Metro Police will soon introduce hi-tech equipment in their vehicles, including cameras that can analyse vehicle owner data. The new tech will also enable police to gather information through automatic number plate recognition. The system will be rolled out before the end of the year and will be followed by the next phase of smart policing, which includes body cameras on police officers. Director of Special Transport Projects at Metro Police - Bismarch Oosthuizen explains how this technology will ensure the reclaiming of the streets from criminal elements...
                

      #PODCAST: DUT murder suspect expected to appear at The Durban Magistrates Court today

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - The suspect believed to be responsible for the murder of 18-year-old Durban University of Technology (DUT) student, Sandile Ndlovu - is expected to appear at The Durban Magistrates Court today. The 29-year-old suspect was arrested earlier this week and has been charged with the murder. Ndlovu was stabbed in the head and robbed of his belongings in a study hall at the Steve Biko campus last month. Ndlovu had been placed on life-support, however he later died in hospital. KwaZulu-Natal Police spokesperson, Brigadier Jay Naicker, says the murder weapon and the victim's cell-phone were recovered during the arrest...
                

      #PODCAST: We find out about the ancient Japanese art-form of Bonsai and give tips on how to keep them "Instagram worthy"

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Magashini Mottian - Bonsai is a Japanese art form which uses cultivation techniques to produce miniature trees that mimic the shape and scale of full size trees. The tradition dates back over a thousand years and in South Africa, there are numerous bonsai species. Enthusiasts often promote the art of Bonsai by learning the aesthetic and form of smaller plants. Alan Grant - a Bonsai specialist and nursery owner, says Bonsais are like pets. In this week's Greenscene, Grant explains how one can cultivate and care for Bonsais...
                

      #PODCAST: EXCLUSIVE - Police Minister Bheki Cele reacts to Tito Mboweni's medium-term budget policy statement

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Taliesha Naidoo - Newsbreak was live at Parliament yesterday to cover Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's Medium-term budget policy statement. In this exclusive, Taliesha caught up with the Police Minister Bheki Cele and got his reaction to Mboweni's speech...
                

      #PODCAST: EXCLUSIVE - Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan discusses the financial woes of #Eskom

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Taliesha Naidoo - Newsbreak was live at Parliament yesterday to cover Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's Medium-term budget policy statement. In this exclusive, Taliesha caught up with the Public Enterprises Minister - Pravin Gordhan, post speech...
                

      #PODCAST: City of Johannesburg still searching for details as to how their ICT systems were hacked #TechnoTouch

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - The City of Johannesburg has admitted that they have yet to ascertain what information cyber attackers have gained access to when they hacked their ICT systems. The attack is understood to have breached the city's network and resulted in authorised access to its systems. Those claming responsibility have demanded that the City of Johannesburg pays four Bitcoins valued at approximately 500-thousand rand. The City has however refused to be subjected to bribery. Johannesburg City spokesperson, Nthatisi Modingoane explains how residents of the city are affected by this...
                

      #PODCAST: Sardines make another surprise appearance in KwaZulu-Natal, this time at Durban's uShaka Beach!

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — An unexpected haul of sardines had Durban's remaining seine fishermen scrambling with excitement. This method of fishing uses a very fine net, called a seine. Over a hundred crates of sardines were netted this morning on Durban's uShaka Beach. Minoshni Pillay joined in the festivities and filed this report...
                

      #PODCAST: Mother of murdered #MiguelLouw labelled "a negligent parent and a cocaine user"

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — The defence in the Miguel Louw murder trial, has painted Raylene Louw as a negligent mother and a cocaine user - who left her children in the care of a man who had previously attacked her. Louw is the mother of nine-year-old Miguel who was kidnapped and murdered in Durban last year. She told the court that the accused - Mohammed Ebrahim, who was her acquaintance, had a close relationship with her children. Ebrahim is on trial for the boy's murder. Prabashini Moodley reports...
                

      #PODCAST: The local media fraternity mourn the loss of ex-Tribune journalist - Juggie Naran

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Hoosen Ebrahim - The journalism fraternity is mourning the loss of a legend - Juggie Naran. The 74 year old retired journalist passed away last night. Naran is best known for his days when he worked as a journalist for the Leader newspaper. He was also the co-ordinator for the Sunday Tribune Herald. Naran was well-known for defying banning orders and security police to get stories straight from activists during the apartheid era. Former Sunday Tribune News Editor and current media consultant, Yogin Devan, says journalists of Naran's ilk are hard to come by....
                

      #PODCAST: IRR's Ian Cruickshanks - "Expectations are high for Tito Mboweni's mini-budget today" #MTBPS2019

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Matthew Veeran - Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is expected to present the medium term budget statement along with the final version of his economic strategy this afternoon. The mini-budget, is expected to lay bare the country's economic woes. The speech will also highlight several areas that have moved from bad to worse in the economy. Ian Cruickshanks, Chief Economist for the South African Institute of Race Relations, says expectations are high for the medium-term budget policy statement...
                

      #PODCAST: Social anthropologist Dr. Raj Govender reacts to the racist rant of a Pretoria man at a Diwali event

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - Staying with this story, Doctor Raj Govender, social anthropologist and cultural researcher, says people need to learn to settle their differences in a more healthier way...
                

      #PODCAST: Hindu community condemn actions of a PTA man after he hurls racist remarks during a Diwali celebration

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Magashini Mottian - A case of violence and disruption has been opened at the Sunnyside Police Station in Pretoria after a man hurled racist remarks and expletives during a Diwali celebration on Sunday night. The planned cultural event was attended by Indian nationals, diplomats and foreigners. The man's insults lasted for about 25 minutes. Advocate Ajay Sookla who was part of planning the event said - he was almost assaulted. He says events like this are supposed to bring about unity and diversity - but instead, they were disgraced and embarrassed by the man...
                

      #PODCAST: Netcare 911 discuss what you should do if you find yourself in a messy accident scene #MedicalMonitor

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - An accident scene can be playground for diseases and infections. Considering that it can be very tricky to avoid coming into contact with human bodily fluids - in this week's Medical Monitor we talk to Netcare 911 spokesperson, Shawn Herbst, about how one should approach a messy accident scene. Herbst says every individual should carry an emergency kit and always remember the "golden-hour" rule which could save a life...
                

      #PODCAST: Mother of murdered #MiguelLouw testifies at the Durban High Court, explains how she met the accused

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — The mother of the murdered nine-year-old Miguel Louw has testified at the Durban High Court that she introduced accused Mohammed Ebrahim to her family as a co-worker and friend. Ebhrahim is being charged with the murder of Miguel Louw, after the boy disappeared in July last year. The boy's badly decomposed body was found in September last year close to Ebrahim's home in Phoenix in the north of Durban. Nonkululeko Hlophe reports...
                

      #PODCAST: Former Free State Agriculture Head admits to meeting a member of the Gupta family in 2013

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — Former Free State Agriculture Head of Department Peter Thabethe has admitted that he met with a member of the Gupta Family on a single occasion at their Saxonwold home in 2013 . Last Friday, Thabethe entered a supplementary affidavit to the inquiry - in which contrary to his earlier testimony - he conceded to the meeting where he says he met with an Indian delegation from PARAS to discuss work permits for the company's technical workers. PARAS contracted Estina to set up the Vrede Dairy Farm Project. Busi Chimombe reports...
                

      #PODCAST: Police search for suspects responsible for shooting a cash in transit guard in KwaMashu

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Shanell Daniel - A manhunt is underway for the suspects responsible for shooting a cash in transit security guard during a robbery in KwaMashu, north of Durban. Police spokesperson, Colonel Brenda Muridili, says an unknown number of suspects held up guards yesterday near the Tembalihle Railway Station. The victim had been shot and wounded. The suspects then fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash. Muridili says the search for the suspects continues...
                

      #PODCAST: Today marks the 102nd commemoration of the efforts made by the "Padavatan Six" during the 1917 Umgeni floods

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Rachl Vadi - The six fishermen swam against the tide and rescued hundreds of people who would have otherwise perished in the raging waters. Granddaughter of Marimuthu Padavatan - Melissa Marre says the next generation are looking to take the legacy of the Padavatan Six into the digital age with the creation of updated social media pages...
                

      #PODCAST: We look toward Wednesday's medium-term #budget and find out why it could have major implications on taxpayers

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      #PODCAST: City of Tshwane says #Laudium will have water TODAY, following days of water supply issues

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      SABC News and Current Affairs — By Newsbreak Producer Rachel Vadi - The City of Tshwane says Laudium will have water today after electricity problems sparked supply cuts in parts of the city. Water supply has stabilised although some areas still experience water disruptions periodically. Water tankers have been sent to Atteridgeville, Laudium, Claudius, Erasmia, Constantia Park, Waterkloof Heights and Erasmiakloof. Meanwhile, community activist Yusuf Abramjee says this is the third year in a row that they have been without water during Diwali. He says residents are fed-up and are demanding answers...
                

      #PODCAST: Analysis - DA Parliamentary Leader, #JohnSteenhuisen looks to take the party out of its current slump

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      S1E114: 114| Soul Searching with Bess Hepworth- Part 1

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      Bess Hepworth is an Australian born mother, wife and a human rights defender. Bess spends most of her time raising her sons and being the proud founder of Planet Ally, a group whose mission is to empower allyship and give people the resources and tools to advance human rights and help build stronger, more resilient communities. An active LGBTQ community member in the Asia-Pacific region and champion of positive change, Bess specialises in using social media as a tool for visibility, solidarity and advocacy for LGBTQ communities.

      Bess shares her deeply personal story with us and opens up about things that she has never spoken about publicly. She shares the impact and pain that she and her family faced when her mother was killed in a boating accident when Bess was a young girl. She explores her grief and the impact this had on her and opens up about the challenges she faced growing up with a family member who became abusive towards her.

      Bess talks about coming out as a lesbian and how her life has been enriched by her loving wife and her two beautiful sons. This is a moving and confronting podcast where Bess courageously bares her soul in the hope that sharing her story will help her heal from the deep wounds that she suffered as a child. This is part one of a two part podcast.

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      Podcast: Take a bow Siya and Rassie

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      Rackspace to Acquire Onica, a Cloud-Native Consulting and Managed Services Company

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      Proofpoint Enters into Definitive Agreement to Acquire ObserveIT for $225 Million in Cash; Extending Leadership in People-Centric Security and Compliance to Deliver Post-Perimeter Data Loss Prevention

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      WINCLY: WWE - Saudi Arabia Issues, Joey Mercury - ROH (Feat. Mick Foley, AJ Gray & Tito Santana)

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      The Philadelphia Experiment

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      Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

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      Mississippi Democratic Party Needs to Overhaul Strategies, Outreach, Diversity

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      Best-selling author Angie Thomas, a Jackson native, is leaving Mississippi because she cannot stand to live among the toxic politics that hurts so many people. Photo by Anissa Photography.

      Prominent novelist Angie Thomas is planning to leave Mississippi due to the toxic politics here, which was on prominent display in last night’s election outcome. The wildly successful graduate of Belhaven College grew up in Georgetown in Jackson and travels frequently to Atlanta, Los Angeles and beyond. Her first novel became a popular feature film, and now her second adapted film is in production. She told me in a recent Let’s Talk Jackson podcast that she is turning her career attention toward the film world as well as writing books.

      But, as of now, Angie doesn’t plan to make films in her native Mississippi, even as she is investing in her old neighborhood, fixing up playgrounds and working to inspire kids, much as her hero Nipsey Hussle did in L.A., as she explained in our podcast and a recent cover story by JFP Culture Writer Aliyah Veal.

      “I once considered putting my production company in Mississippi, filming projects in Mississippi,” Angie tweeted last night. “But I also realize the money from those projects would benefit politicians who don't see me as an equal. Money talks, and mine walks.”

      The Real Root of Mississippi ‘Brain Drain’

      Many of the same politicians who won statewide offices last night by pandering to Donald Trump love to talk about stopping Mississippi brain drain, of course. There's even a "Mississippi Brain Drain Commission" with an ugly website. But it’s always about anything but reversing hatefulness and intolerance of anyone not just like those in power.

      Angie wasn’t the only one tweeting about this last night: Smart Mississippians crowded into my mentions to say they don’t think they can stay in the state much longer, while the election outcome discouraged many ex-pats who want to return home.

      I and my staff have worked mightily to convince young people to stay in the state and use their energy and resources for progress here since I returned 18 years ago and then started this paper. It’s extremely common for me to be out in public—the last time at the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum a couple weeks ago—and a young professional I don’t know walks up to me to tell me that they were uncertain about moving to Jackson for a job or whatever, but picked up the Jackson Free Press while visiting and realized that the state has people who don’t fit the hateful stereotype. This has happened hundreds of times since the Jackson Free Press launched in 2002.

      It’s getting hard to ask Mississippians to stay or return now, though. Just the tweets last night showed that their pain is real. A former Mississippi Youth Media Project student I worked with—a brilliant young white woman who attended Murrah High School and now goes to college out of state—tweeted last night that while she loves Mississippi, she doesn’t like it. As much as she was engaged here in trying to lift up the capital city and its public schools, while helping educate others about the state's racist history, I’m not going to hold my breath that she will return to live, perhaps ever.

      She is following the path I and so many others chose: Get out before the state killed me with its sexism, racism I’m supposed to share, and cruelty to the less fortunate.

      This is especially true for bright young minds because so much of the legislation out of the GOP supermajority is designed to hurt them, especially if they are young people of color, women, an immigrant or LGBTQ. And the state’s leaders disparage them at every turn for thinking differently. If we disagree at all, we are a horrific “liberal” or “socialist” monster—labels that Republicans here hurl around to mean anybody who isn’t a lapdog for Donald Trump or, frankly, someone who believes in true diversity at all tables and race and gender equity in our society.

      Free, critical thinking is unacceptable. As Gov. Phil Bryant tweeted yesterday, "Here in Mississippi we are conservatives" ... except we're all not conservatives, and it's our state, too. This language is designed to run off those who don't agree, taking their votes and potential with them, and too often works.

      The Problem with Mississippi Democrats

      Then there is the Democratic Party in the state—which, truth be told, has been the real culprit, over all, since I returned in 2002. Compare what just happened in Kentucky as I tweeted last night—a state with 87% white population turned blue. Here, the state with the highest proportion of African Americans in the U.S. at around 38% got redder.

      Republicans counter now that the Kentucky incumbent wasn't liked there; well, no one actually likes Tate Reeves here, either, it seems, so that doesn't explain it.

      I’ve talked about this for years now—a timid, closed groupthink infects the Mississippi Democratic Party from the top, especially among the white men who traditionally control, fund and strategize for it. Certainly, many of them are well-meaning from a macro level; they talk a lot about education funding, which is vitally important but clearly cannot alone carry this party to victory in pretty much any election. Some burn through a lot of often-quiet funding for good causes—trying to change the Mississippi flag, funding fights for public-education laws—but often won’t put themselves out in front of the issues to take the direct hits and model what it looks like to weather them.

      Many Democratic leaders here are afraid of offending white conservative voters to a ridiculous fault. I guess they really believe that voters they would lose by actually supporting women’s rights or learning to speak intelligently about racism to black people are the very ones who would turn around and vote for them if they shoot enough guns in TV ads. It’s theater of the absurd, not to mention funny math.

      That ship has sailed, gentlemen. This Democratic race to oblivion found the bottom last night.

      Ignore, Belittle Women at Your Peril, Dem Men

      But here’s the thing: Women can help you right the ship, Dems, just as they are doing in other states, as last night’s results around the U.S., especially white suburbs, showed. You’re going to have to listen to women and invite us to all the tables, though, even as we start creating more forums of our own that are going to challenge all of you, regardless of party.

      If there is anything I learned from visits and conversation with so many women over the last year while I recovered from breast cancer is that we’re all fed up, if we’re not the obedient ones already in cahoots with Pat Robertson or the Family Research Council. Starting with the desire to allow a mother to die rather than having an abortion, the state’s leadership is not on women’s side. Any woman.

      Women are also talking to each other about the direct slights from men in power, including in the Democratic Party. While I’m not a partisan type by nature (I actually hate the concept of political parties), I have women friends who work with the party in various ways. Most talk about the sexism they encounter when trying to bring new ideas to the table. They are ignored, patted on the head, treated like they don’t know what they’re talking about.

      Last night I texted one of my black women friends who volunteers with the party as the writing on the Mississippi wall became clear. She has a brilliant strategic mind and understands politics and what motivates voters backward and forward.

      “We coulda told em,” I wrote.

      “They wouldn’t listen to me,” she responded. “I don’t know what I’m taking about.”

      But she does know. No matter. When it comes to legislation or campaigns targeted to “rural whites” to the exclusion of others, Dem leaders here expect women, African Americans and other people of color to suck it up and vote for the party, even though it keeps losing.

      A major moment in this campaign cycle was when the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, Jay Hughes, voted for the anti-abortion “heartbeat bill” last session—in the very state where women came together in a grassroots campaign like we've never seen here before or since to defeat the personhood amendment at the polls in 2011. I later saw male strategists trying to take full credit, of course, but it was the bottom-up momentum by women meeting in living rooms that made the difference. My paper ran many columns by women from different backgrounds and political beliefs coming out against personhood that went viral in the state. Women came together like we must do more often.

      Like the ads he ran for over a year on a conservative anti-women and racist blog here—the blogger calls women "sluts" and says breast implants should explode and ranks "hottest" young women reporters—Hughes’ reasoning on the heartbeat bill this year was absurd. It was something about making sure white Democrats wouldn’t become extinct. Then last night he took in fewer voters than attorney general candidate Jennifer Riley Collins, a black Democrat the party virtually ignored.

      I criticized Hughes' vote rather mildly on Twitter after his heartbeat vote, and got hit with a barrage of personal insults from a sock-puppet account. Apparently, my criticism of his heartbeat bill meant I had a "secret crush" on Hughes.

      "Mouth off Yall" tweeted: "It's just been amusing to watch the girl crush that @DonnerKay has had on @Jay4Mississippi over the last year." (Earlier, I had criticized Democrat Hughes for advertising on the misogynistic blog.) He went on: "It's like he dumped her or something. Maybe she's been paid off by the Russians to attack him on everything he does. Just calling balls & strikes here."

      My criticism of Hughes couldn't be because I'm a woman, have a degree in political science and a master's in journalism, have watched and commented on politics in Mississippi for years, or because I'm a woman with intelligent opinions. No, it was a "crush." And this one is mild compared to insults I've gotten from Democratic men here with their real names attached. One even lunged at me in a bar one night due to my mayoral endorsement.

      This, sadly, is not uncommon for women here. I’ve been called every name for speaking out loud about politics, especially if it is not in lockstep with Democratic leadership logic, which it pretty much never is. Too many men in our state care more about being told they're wrong than actually getting it right.

      Many women tell me they are afraid to speak up because they see how men talk to me when I do. They fear losing jobs and opportunities or public smears. Let that sink in.

      Sucking It Up for the Party Won’t Work

      What I and many other women have been saying for years is now flashing in neon: sucking it up for the party won’t work. What the Dems in Mississippi must do is start today—not in three-and-a-half years—to pack away their defensiveness and create a new kind of welcoming party that doesn’t pander to racists and misogynists. Just go ahead and let the GOP own that. I don’t mean a hard shift to the Bernie Sanders left. I mean the kind of collaboration that can result when more not-white men are invited in, asked for feedback and listened to respectfully. If there’s anything the Mississippi Democratic Party needs right now, it is to put hats firmly in hand, get out into our communities and really listen to people. All of them. The time for timidity and fragility is past.

      What must come first is a welcoming attitude to the Democratic tent if that party is to survive here. And, yes, allow a Stacey Abrams into Mississippi to help get out the vote, as well as engage prominent African Americans right here in the state. I mean, look at the mailers and TV ads—Republicans are going to associate Dems, and even reasonable Republicans, with people like Sanders and AOC anyway and call the candidate “socialist” or such no matter what you actually believe. So at least try to get another 50,000 votes out of forming real multiracial coalitions.

      Angie Thomas was still tweeting this morning about her decision to leave and take her money with her, even as she still plans to invest back into her community here. “I have plans to create jobs, affordable housing, and recreation. I’m already putting things into place. And I don’t have to live there to do it. What are YOU doing besides Tweeting?” she told people who were complaining about her decision to leave.

      She also retweeted @kaykaypolitiks who supported her decision as a way to explain how hard the toxic politics are on black Mississippians not considered welcome here by Republicans. “These elections take a toll on black bodies... creatively, mentally, spiritually, physically etc. I say go where you can be well, @angiecthomas. Much love," @kaykaypolitiks wrote.

      I then asked Angie this morning if any Democratic leaders had reached out to her to help them connect to her fan base in the state—kind of an obvious ask for a party that so desperately needs to grow its voter base. The brilliant best-selling author’s answer, sadly, did not surprise me.

      “Lol nope. They’re scared to even follow me on social media,” Angie answered.

      That just says it all. It's time to wake up, Democrats, to the potential and new voters all around you in Mississippi. Clearly, the alternative is a loser’s game.

      But there’s hope in such a dramatic loss for actual Democratic change here to rise from the ashes; the excuses are over. I saw a tweet today from a white male Democrat I’ve tangled with after past elections over the need to hire new strategists in the state who understand the faulty logic of pandering for the same white conservative voters. In our last engagement, he was condescending and dismissive to me.

      This morning, he tweeted a mea culpa to his followers: “All is not lost, but things will go SO. MUCH. SLOWER. if white men in this party, including myself, do not directly advocate for more diverse leadership.”

      Exactly. Women have been saying that here for a long, long time. It's well past time for men to start listening.

      Donna Ladd is the editor-in-chief and CEO of the Jackson Free Press. Follow her on Twitter at @donnerkay and read her blog at donnaladd.com.


                

      Informelle Ökonomie - Leben und arbeiten in der Schattenwirtschaft

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      Arbeitende weltweit verdienen ihr Geld mehrheitlich in der sogenannten Schattenwirtschaft: Sie zahlen weder Steuern noch Sozialabgaben. Aber obwohl dieser Bereich am Rande der Legalität gedeiht, ist er doch kein vollkommen ungeregeltes Terrain. Von Caspar Dohmen www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Zeitfragen Hören bis: 19.01.2038 04:14 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei https://podcast-mp3.dradio.de/podcast/2019/11/05/informelle_oekonomie_leben_und_arbeiten_in_der_drk_20191105_1930_03436329.mp3
                

      Rückkehrer nach Ostdeutschland - Finsterwalde - New York - Finsterwalde

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      Nach der Wende verließen ganze Schulklassen die neuen Bundesländer in Richtung Westen. Seit einigen Jahren ziehen aber Ostdeutsche auch wieder zurück in die Region, aus der sie ursprünglich kamen - viele von ihnen folgen ihrem "Heimatgefühl". Von Susanne von Schenck www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Zeitfragen Hören bis: 19.01.2038 04:14 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei https://podcast-mp3.dradio.de/podcast/2019/11/04/finsterwalde_new_york_finsterwalde_rueckkehr_nach_drk_20191104_1930_03fd4b11.mp3
                

      Gendatenbanken - Das Geschäft mit menschlichen Genen

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      Gentests können Informationen über Herkunft, Aussehen - und Krankheiten geben. Immer mehr Menschen nutzen diese Tests, und immer mehr Firmen wollen mit dem gesammelten Genmaterial Profit machen. Ein Geschäft mit ungeahnten Risiken. Von Saskia Gerhard www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Zeitfragen Hören bis: 19.01.2038 04:14 Direkter Link zur Audiodatei https://podcast-mp3.dradio.de/podcast/2019/10/24/die_genetische_vermessung_der_gesellschaft_feature_drk_20191024_1930_862c78e1.mp3
                

      10/30/19 - IT Podcast

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      Today on IT, Chris Rose and Kevin Millar are live from Houston for Game 7 of the 2019 World Series. Who will take home the championship? Chris and Kevin go over everything you need to know about the final game of the MLB Season. After recapping game 6, the guys go over the starting pitcher matchup and the lineups for tonight's game. Washington Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo joins the show for The Best Interview in Baseball! Additionally, Astros Pitcher Joe Smith joins the guys on set live from Houston. All that plus more!
                

      « Libre à vous ! » diffusée mardi 5 novembre 2019 sur radio Cause Commune

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      Au programme : Notre sujet principal portera sur les femmes et les métiers et communautés de l'informatique et du logiciel libre; chronique « La pituite de Luk » sur Google, la presse et les droits voisins; interview sur le Pacte pour la Transition.

      Libre à vous !, l'émission pour comprendre et agir avec l'April, chaque mardi de 15h30 à 17h sur la radio Cause commune (93.1 FM en Île-de-France et sur Internet).

      Au programme de la quarantième-troisième émission :

      Podcasts des différents sujets abordés

      Les podcasts seront disponibles après la diffusion de l'émission.

      N'hésitez pas à nous faire des retours sur le contenu de nos émissions pour indiquer ce qui vous a plu mais aussi les points d'amélioration. Vous pouvez nous contacter par courriel, sur le webchat dédié à l'émission (mais nous n'y sommes pas forcément tout le temps) ou encore sur notre salon IRC (accès par webchat).

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      Références pour la partie consacrée aux femmes et l'informatique

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      Piraté ! Décryptualité du 28 octobre 2019

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      Piratage

      Titre : Décryptualité du 28 octobre 2019 - Piraté !
      Intervenant·e·s : Nolwenn - Nicolas - Manu - Luc
      Lieu : April - Studio d'enregistrement
      Date : 28 octobre 2019
      Durée : 15 min
      Écouter ou télécharger le podcast
      Revue de presse pour la semaine 43 de l'année 2019
      Licence de la transcription : Verbatim
      Illustration : Le comptoir du hardware, piratage - Licence Creative Commons BY-ND.
      NB : transcription réalisée par nos soins, fidèle aux propos des intervenant·e·s mais rendant le discours fluide.
      Les positions exprimées sont celles des personnes qui interviennent et ne rejoignent pas nécessairement celles de l'April, qui ne sera en aucun cas tenue responsable de leurs propos.

      Description

      Se faire pirater, est-ce vraiment si grave ?

      Transcription

      Luc : Décryptualité.

      Voix off de Nico : Le podcast qui décrypte l’actualité des libertés numériques.

      Luc : Semaine 43. Salut Manu.

      Manu : Salut Nico.

      Nico : Salut Nolwenn.

      Nolwenn : Salut Luc.

      Luc : Sommaire ?

      Manu : On a un joli sommaire avec des sujets un peu variés.

      Nico : Siècle Digital, « Royaume-Uni : les données biométriques d'un million de personnes ont été exposées », un article de Valentin Cimino.

      Manu : Ça ne touche pas tout à fait au logiciel libre, il faut bien le dire, je pense que je ne vais plus mettre ce genre d’articles, ça arrive trop souvent.

      Luc : C’est dommage, c’est rigolo quand même !

      Manu : Oui, ça reste rigolo, surtout qu’on a parlé de reconnaissance faciale, de données qui étaient utilisées par l’État français ou qui allaient être utilisées par l’État français et on faisait remarquer à chaque fois « attention, si ces données sont volées » et généralement les institutions nous disent : « Ne craignez rien, elles ne seront jamais volées ! »

      Luc : Elles sont sécurisées !

      Manu : Carrément ! Eh bien là, non, elles n’étaient pas bien sécurisées, donc il y a un million de données biométriques en Angleterre qui étaient exposées sur Internet. On ne sait pas qui en a fait quoi, en tout cas elles étaient accessibles à différents hackers et c’est gênant parce qu’on ne peut pas changer facilement ses données biométriques.

      Nico : Numerama, « Un ordinateur par classe, logiciels obsolètes : l'école est-elle à la traîne en matière de numérique ? », un article de Perrine Signoret.

      Manu : L’école et les moyens de l’école, on se doute bien que c’est déjà un sujet compliqué, mais, en plus, quand on commence à parler d’informatique, de logiciels et de matériel, eh bien là c’est encore plus mal barré techniquement. Il y a eu des plans qui ont été lancés par les différents gouvernements et généralement ça se révèle infructueux.

      Luc : Microsoft ira bien aller faire un petit cadeau à la France ? Non ?

      Manu : Oui, puisque c’était ce qui s’était passé pour leur permettre de rentrer dans le ministère de l’Éducation et ils ont des accords avec différentes branches des administrations. C’est très embêtant, mais on ne peut pas y faire grand-choses, sinon constater que ça ne marche pas.

      Luc : Rappelons que l’Éducation c’est toujours un champ de bataille énorme parce que tous les éditeurs ont envie de refourguer leur camelote aux enfants pour qu’ils prennent des habitudes au plus tôt.

      Nico : Sciencepost, « Voici Collapse OS, le système d'exploitation de la fin du monde ! », un article de Yohan Demeure.

      Manu : C’est un super sujet qui est vraiment génial. La collapsologie qui veut dire ?

      Nolwenn : C’est l’étude de l’effondrement de la société. Comment on pourrait, justement, réussir à survivre si demain tout s’arrête.

      Manu : Il y a plein de manières de voir ces effondrements possibles et il y a aussi plein de manières d’essayer de les contrecarrer. D’un point de vue informatique c’est compliqué parce que si la civilisation s’écroule qu’est-ce qui reste ? Eh bien il y a des gens qui creusent ce sujet-là dans l’optique d’essayer de conserver un peu d’informatique, notamment en essayant de réutiliser des vieux microprocesseurs qui sont en très grand nombre un peu partout dans le monde, qui pourraient être utilisés pour être la base d’un système d’exploitation conçu pour eux.

      Luc : Vivement la fin du monde qu’on essaye tout ça !

      Nico : ZDNet France, « Justice : GNOME envoie un missile aux patent trolls », un article de Campbell Kwan.

      Manu : Les patent trolls ce sont des gens qui essayent de mettre des brevets sur les idées de logiciels.

      Luc : Ils le font !

      Manu : Surtout aux États-Unis parce qu’en Europe ça reste interdit, mais ils le font aussi. GNOME est une fondation de logiciel libre. Ils ont été embêtés par un troll des brevets et ils ont répliqué en allant en justice pour essayer de lui créer des problèmes à leur tour. On suppose que ça devrait fonctionner parce le gars en face n’a vraiment aucune base pour se défendre.

      Nico : Du coup la fondation GNOME a besoin d’argent parce que, malheureusement, ça coûte cher et il y a beaucoup de procès pour essayer de se sortir de là, donc ils ont fait une levée de fonds. Si vous voulez contribuer à aller atomiser un patent troll, eh bien n’hésitez pas, c’est le moment.
      Les Echos, « Le Sénat veut faire de l'Arcep le gendarme des smartphones », un article de Raphaël Balenieri.

      Manu : Là aussi ce sont des choses un peu compliquées. On connaît l’HADOPI [Haute autorité pour la diffusion des œuvres et la protection des droits sur Internet]. On sait qu’il y a pas mal d’institutions, d’administrations qui sont là pour essayer de contrôler des fréquences, pour essayer de contrôler les médias. Là il est question de centraliser un petit peu tout ça dans une nouvelle institution, l’Arcep [Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des Postes], qui récupérerait différents pouvoirs à droite et à gauche et il serait question que, dans leurs pouvoirs, ils aient des choses qui leur permettent de contrôler les téléphones portables.

      Luc : Les contrôler sur quels points ?

      Nico : J’ai été auditionné par l’Arcep justement sur leur nouveau mandat et l’exemple c’était sur les banques et les téléphones mobiles. Aujourd’hui on est obligé d’utiliser un téléphone Android sous telle version verrouillée par les constructeurs et l’Arcep a dit : « Ce n’est pas normal. La liberté c’est aussi de mettre ce qu’on veut », donc ils veulent aussi légiférer éventuellement là-dessus.
      Le Monde Informatique, « Pierre Baudracco devient co-président du CNLL », un article de Véronique Arène.

      Manu : CNLL c’est une association d’éditeurs de logiciels libres.

      Luc : Oui, ça fait très longtemps qu’on n’en avait pas parlé.

      Manu : Oui. Là ils reviennent un petit peu sur le devant de la scène. Pierre Baudracco est quelqu’un qui a travaillé sur BlueMind, une solution de messagerie qui avait fait jaser ; il y avait eu des problématiques judiciaires. C’est intéressant de voir qu’il est sorti de tous ces problèmes par le haut. J’espère qu’on va entendre encore parler de lui dans les mois qui viennent.

      Luc : Et du CNLL qui est, en gros, un syndicat d’entreprises du logiciel libre.

      Nico : francetv info, « L'article à lire pour comprendre Alicem, l'application d'identité numérique par reconnaissance faciale qui fait polémique », un article de Alice Galopin.

      Manu : La reconnaissance faciale, ça me plaisait bien comme sujet, on va arrêter d’en parler autant, ça n’empêche que c’est intéressant. Allez jeter un œil sur cet article-là parce qu’il y a plein de choses qui tournent sur cette nouvelle application qu’on va probablement tous devoir installer à un moment ou un autre sur nos téléphones. C’est embêtant, il y a notamment des problèmes de biométrie, de vie privée en général et puis d’accès aux institutions, aux administrations de l’État. C’est un petit gênant !

      Luc : Notre sujet du jour c’est quoi ?

      Nolwenn : C’est le mot de passe ça ? C’est « admin » d’admin ! Je prends le contrôle de l’émission !

      Luc : Quoi ! Comment tu as trouvé ? Ce n’est pas possible ! Malheureusement le podcast est maintenant piraté par Nolwenn. On va parler piratage, c’est un sujet qui revient assez fréquemment et on peut peut-être déjà dire ce qu’est le piratage, en vrai, enfin en informatique.

      Manu : Il y a la piraterie

      Luc : Oui, la piraterie.

      Manu : Effectivement, qui n’existe plus dans cette forme-là dans nos contextes. La piraterie c’est un autre problème.

      Luc : La piraterie existe ailleurs sur terre mais pas juste à côté de chez nous.

      Manu : Pas sur Internet. Le piratage c’est une manière de dire « les gens qui agressent nos systèmes avec leur informatique. »

      Nico : Ça recouvre plein de choses. Ça va être les gens qui vont effectivement essayer d’aller voler les données dans un but vraiment crapuleux, se faire de l’argent derrière. Ça va être aussi toutes les nouvelles méthodes, les rançongiciels – « on a chiffré vos données et vous allez tout perdre si vous ne payez pas » –, le phishing. Ça couvre vraiment beaucoup de choses.

      Luc : J’ai un souvenir lointain de Sony – à l’époque on gravait encore des CD audio, souvenez-vous, c’était il y a longtemps – qui avait mis ce qu’on appelle un rootkit dans un CD audio et avait mis des mouchards sur les ordinateurs de tous les gens qui mettaient le CD original, donc légalement acheté, dans le lecteur de leur ordinateur Windows et qui, ensuite, envoyait des informations. À l’époque j’avais lu partout que c’était, selon des définitions officielles, du piratage. Il n’y a pas que les délinquants qui sont pirates !

      Nico : Ah non ! Sony était un délinquant dans ce cas-là. Il s’était fait taper dessus.

      Luc : Oui, c’est vrai il n’y a pas que les malfrats ; ça ne marche pas non plus. OK ! Donc pirater en informatique c’est s’introduire sur un système quelconque où on n’est pas invité, où on n’est pas censé être ?

      Nico : C’est ça, voilà.

      Manu : Et dans ce sens-là, on peut tout être pirates.

      Nico : On l’a tous été plus ou moins un jour !

      Luc : Ah bon !

      Nico : Essayer de casser le mot de passe d’un PC.

      Luc : Moi je n’ai jamais fait ça !

      Nico : Essayer de s’introduire sur la boîte mail du voisin !

      Manu : Accéder à un site web sans y avoir été invité et y rester.

      Luc : Il y a plein de sites web où tu n’es pas invité ! Quand je vais sur le site de n’importe quel journal, je suis sur leur site web et ils ne m’ont pas invité. C’est un site public.

      Manu : C’est un site public justement.

      Luc : C’est dans la partie qui va être privée. On a en tête une histoire de quelqu’un d’assez connu dans le milieu.

      Nico : Bluetouff1, qui avait trouvé un document de l’ANSES, l’Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l'alimentation, de l'environnement et du travail, qui avait fait un article sur les nanotechnologies et qui avait mis en ligne un document qui était supposé être confidentiel. Il avait été récupéré par Google et des journalistes étaient tombés dessus sans forcément se rendre compte de ce qu’ils avaient dans les mains. Et l’ANSES les avait poursuivis en justice, « les grands méchants pirates, vous nous avez piqué des données ». Ça avait été un gros bordel : comment quelqu’un qui va sur Google peut se retrouver à faire du piratage involontairement ? Ça avait été le grand débat devant les juges. C’est vrai que c’est parfois un énorme bordel de savoir quelle est la limite entre ce qu’est du piratage et ce qui n’en est pas, ce qui est de la malveillance.

      Luc : Là il était dans un espace où les portes étaient ouvertes.

      Nico : Oui, c’est ça.

      Manu : C’était l’image d’un juge qui avait été donnée : si vous laissez les portes de votre maison ouverte et que quelqu’un rentre dedans, il n’a pas le droit de rentrer dedans même s’il peut le faire.

      Luc : C’est ce qu’on lui avait reproché : de savoir qu’il était dans un espace qui aurait dû être fermé et pourtant de continuer à tout explorer.

      Nolwenn : Oui, si au début il ne le savait pas forcément, il y a quand même eu un moment où il s’est rendu compte que ça n’allait pas.

      Luc : Oui. Il y a quelques semaines, quand je n’étais pas là, vous avez parlé des moteurs de recherche, or les moteurs de recherche c’est bien ce qu’ils font : ils vont partout où ils peuvent, ils suivent les liens et ils indexent tout ça. Et c’était le cas puisque Bluetouff avait trouvé ce lien sur Google, pourquoi lui est condamné alors que finalement il y a un machin industriel automatisé qui est là pour aller dans toute l’arborescence ? On aurait dû condamner Google aussi !

      Nolwenn : Oui, mais lui c’est pratique !

      Manu : Et lui il le fait de manière automatique. On suppose qu’il n’a pas des intentions derrière. Avec le pirate on va vouloir faire un exemple et montrer aux autres humains qu’il ne faut pas faire la même chose. L’exemple est important !

      Luc : Ce qui veut dire que dès lors que c’est automatique ce n’est pas grave. C’est l’intention qui compte, c’est ça ?

      Manu : Voilà ! Tu viens de lever le loup. Effectivement, dans le piratage on peut supposer que l’intention est importante. Les accidents ou les résultats de techniques non désirés ne seraient pas forcément considérés comme du piratage.

      Luc : Quand Facebook perd des millions et des centaines de millions de données personnelles, enfin les distribue abondamment à n’importe qui…

      Nico : Ça c’est de la débilité, ce n’est pas du piratage.

      Manu : De l’incompétence.

      Nico : De l’incompétence.

      Luc : L’intention ne compte pas ?

      Nico : L’intention c’était de protéger les données à la base. C’est juste qu’ils ont mal fait ce qu’il fallait.

      Luc : Ils les ont filées à tout le monde.

      Nico : Ils les ont filées à tout le monde. C’était plus des bourdes ou des erreurs, ce n’était pas volontaire ; en tout cas, à priori, ce n’était pas volontaire.

      Luc : Je pense qu’ils n’en ont rien à foutre.

      Nico : La justice tranchera mais, effectivement, ils n’en avaient rien à foutre. Le piratage c’est une vraie volonté d’aller nuire à la personne, d’aller l’escroquer, d’aller généralement lui soutirer de l’argent.

      Manu : Et de profiter d’elle.

      Nico : Et de profiter.

      Luc : Bluetouff ne voulait que explorer le truc pour voir. Après il a publié un truc où il disait, si ma mémoire est bonne, « regardez comme ce n’est pas bien sécurisé ».

      Nico : Il avait un peu merdé en garde à vue, des choses comme ça. C’est compliqué quand même comme sujet.

      Manu : À priori on peut supposer que le juge va chercher quel est le profit qui en a été retiré et, potentiellement, Bluetouff en avait retiré une certaine notoriété et il s’était fait reconnaître parce qu’il avait publié sur le sujet.

      Luc : C’est un petit peu ambigu puisqu’on peut considérer que ce n’est pas vraiment nuire, mais bref ! N’importe qui peut se faire pirater. Toi, Nolwenn, tu as une expérience récente avec le piratage.

      Nolwenn : Oui. C’était un piratage sans vraiment être un piratage. Tout d’un coup l’adresse mail d’une utilisatrice s’est mise à envoyer plein de mails d’une adresse e-mail inconnue, mais c’était elle qui en était à l’origine. Du coup on s’est retrouvé avec le serveur mail qui a été blacklisté partout.

      Manu : Il a été mis sur liste ?

      Nolwenn : Sur une liste noire.

      Luc : Plus personne ne pouvait parler avec lui.

      Nolwenn : On ne pouvait plus communiquer avec l’extérieur. Du coup on a bloqué le compte, on a fait ce qu’il fallait. On a fini par avoir le fin mot de l’histoire. En fait, c’est une personne qui avait mis du code sur GiHub et il se trouve que dans ce code sur GitHub il y avait des mots de passe. En dix minutes, elle s’est fait « pirater », entre guillemets, tout simplement parce que les mots de passe étaient accessibles en ligne.

      Luc : Du coup les pirates aussi font des moteurs de recherche comme Google et c’est automatique, donc leur intention n’est pas mauvaise puis que c’est automatique !

      Manu : Effectivement ! Maintenant tu pourrais indiquer qu’ils l’ont fait de manière automatique mais l’intention derrière était bien de profiter, d’aller envoyer du spam. Ils auraient pu aussi installer des troyens, d’ailleurs c’est peut-être le cas, ils auraient pu installer des mineurs pour générer des bitcoins en profitant de la machine et ils auraient volé quoi dans ce cas-là ? De l’électricité.

      Luc : C’est effectivement ce qu’on risque quand on se fait pirater. Souvent, eh bien les gens s’en foutent un petit peu. On dit « oui, sur une grosse structure comme un hôpital par exemple ». En tout cas tout le monde peut se faire pirater, mais il y a plein de gens qui s’en foutent un petit peu. Qu’est-ce qu’on risque quand on se fait pirater en tant qu’individu ? On peut avoir le rançon…

      Nico : Rançongiciel.

      Luc : Rançon… Je n’y arrive pas !

      Nico : Ransomware.

      Nolwenn : On peut se faire rançonner.

      Luc : Rançonner. Si on paye pas qu’est-ce qui se passe ?

      Nico : Rien en fait. C’est tout le problème. Si on ne paye pas, rien. Il y a deux types de rançons, il y a les ransomwares où, effectivement, les données vont être chiffrées sur le disque dur, donc on a tout perdu si on ne paye pas et, si on paye, on peut potentiellement récupérer ses données. Généralement on les récupère parce que les pirates ont tout intérêt à ce que ça fonctionne, donc à savoir que si on paye on les récupère, plutôt que de savoir que si on paye on ne récupère rien. Mais tout le monde dit de ne surtout pas payer parce que ça incite ces gens-là à continuer.

      Luc : Pour plein de gens sur leur ordinateur il n’y a rien de critique, leurs photos de vacances sont sur Facebook et ils se disent « ce n’est pas grave, j’achète un autre ordinateur », alors qu’ils pourraient réinstaller le système.

      Nico : C’est ça. C’est vrai que pour les rares personnes qui ont des données vraiment critiques – on a eu des cas de thèses ou autres ou même d’entreprises qui ont eu, par exemple, toute leur comptabilité paralysée –, quand on n’a pas de backup, de sauvegarde, on va peut-être vouloir payer quelques milliers d’euros pour récupérer tout ça plutôt que de tout perdre.

      Luc : Qu’est-ce qu’on risque d’autre quand on se fait pirater ?

      Nico : Aujourd’hui, bizarrement, on ne risque plus grand-chose. Il y a quelques années, les machines étaient vraiment détournées pour y mettre du spam, ou on essayait de récupérer des données, vos codes de carte bancaire ; maintenant c’est plus des rançons, on va vous prendre votre disque dur.

      Luc : Manifestement ça envoie quand même du spam. Dans l’exemple de Nolwenn, il y a ça.

      Nico : Ça envoie du spam. Il y a toujours les vieux robots tournent pour envoyer du spam.

      Luc : C’est ce qu’on appelle les botnets ?

      Nico : Les botnets. Mais le gros, aujourd’hui, c’est surtout du phishing et du ransomware : vous faire acheter des produits qui ne servent à rien, vous dire que soi-disant vous avez été surpris sur webcam donc vous faire chanter : si vous ne payez pas on divulgue à tous vos contacts des vidéos compromettantes

      Luc : Quoi ! Tu veux dire que j’ai payé pour rien !

      [Rires]

      Nico : C’est vrai qu’au-delà de ça, aujourd’hui les données sont beaucoup moins utilisées et exfiltrées qu’il y a quelque temps. Le risque est quand même minime.

      Luc : La partie botnet ça veut dire qu’il y a quelqu’un, un pirate, qui va faire des trucs plus ou moins légaux comme envoyer du spam, miner des bitcoins où il a besoin de puissance de calcul, qui va s’installer sur un maximum de machines et, en fait, qui a une stratégie du parasite, c’est-à-dire qu’il va l’utiliser notamment quand l’utilisateur ne l’utilise pas, donc en gros la machine va pédaler, donc consommer plus d’électricité. J’ai déjà rencontré des gens qui disent « je m’en fous ». En gros leur machine est parasitée, mais tant qu’elle marche ça ne leur pose pas de problème.

      Manu : Tu as utilisé le bon concept : parasitage. Ça veut dire qu’on peut supporter un parasite. C’est le cas de plein d’organismes dans la nature, ils supportent des parasites et ils arrivent à vivre, à survivre avec, parfois même de manière tout à fait acceptable. En fait, c’est juste la quantité de parasitage qui peu être gênante.

      Luc : Oui, surtout que les GAFAM c’est aussi du parasitage d’une certaine façon, quand on met de la pub de partout !

      Nico : Après c’est aussi des effets de bord. J’en ai fait les frais, même si je n’ai pas été piraté directement. Votre machine va aussi être infectée, va servir justement à relayer du spam ou à attaquer des services en face et, du coup, vous pouvez voir les flics débarquer chez vous et saisir votre matériel parce que dans la tête de celui qui se sera fait attaquer, c’est vous l’attaquant, ce n’est pas celui qui vous a utilisé comme relais. Du coup c’est vous qui avez des emmerdes à avoir véhiculé de la pédopornographie, à avoir consulté du terrorisme ou autre et là les conséquences peuvent être un peu plus chiantes.

      Luc : Tu es en train de dire que, finalement, on ne peut pas jeter aux orties la question de la sécurité informatique et se dire qu’on s’en fout de se faire pirater.

      Nico : Non ! Ça c’est sûr.

      Nolwenn : Donc la conclusion ?

      Luc : La conclusion c’est que la sécurité informatique c’est quand même important. Se faire pirater ce n’est pas bien, ne serait-ce que parce que ça peut servir à des gens vraiment pas recommandables et que, derrière, il peut y avoir des vrais drames humains.

      Nico : Et faire gaffe à vos données ! Le jour où vous avez tout perdu vous serez dans la merde !

      Nolwenn : Pensez aux sauvegardes !

      Luc : Oui, c’est encore la meilleure précaution !

      Manu : À la semaine prochaine !

      Nico : Salut.

      Nolwenn : Salut.


                

      Libre à vous ! Radio Cause Commune - Transcription de l'émission du 29 octobre 2019

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      Titre : Émission Libre à vous ! diffusée mardi 29 octobre 2019 sur radio Cause Commune
      Intervenant·e·s : Marie-Odile Morandi - Jean-Baptiste Kempf - Jean-Christophe Becquet - Frédéric Couchet - Étienne Gonnu à la régie
      Lieu : Radio Cause Commune
      Date : 29 octobre 2019
      Durée : 1 h 30 min
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      Les positions exprimées sont celles des personnes qui interviennent et ne rejoignent pas nécessairement celles de l'April, qui ne sera en aucun cas tenue responsable de leurs propos.

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      Voix off : Libre à vous !, l’émission pour comprendre et agir avec l’April, l’association de promotion et de défense du logiciel libre.

      Frédéric Couchet : Bonjour à toutes. Bonjour à tous. Vous êtes sur la radio Cause Commune 93.1 en Île-de-France et partout dans le monde sur le site causecommune.fm. La radio dispose également d’une application Cause Commune pour téléphone mobile.
      Merci à vous d’être avec nous aujourd’hui.
      La radio dispose également d’un salon web, utilisez votre navigateur web, rendez-vous sur le site de la radio, causecommune.fm, cliquez sur « chat » et retrouvez-nous ainsi sur le salon dédié à l’émission.
      Nous sommes mardi 29 octobre 2019, nous diffusons en direct, mais vous écoutez peut-être une rediffusion ou un podcast.

      Soyez les bienvenus pour cette nouvelle édition de Libre à vous !, l’émission pour comprendre et agir avec l’April, l’association de promotion et de défense du logiciel libre. Je suis Frédéric Couchet, le délégué général de l’April.

      Aujourd’hui c’est une émission exceptionnelle, car c’est la 42e émission de Libre à vous ! et 42 est un nombre fétiche dans la culture geek, informatique, la culture de l’imaginaire. C’est issu de l’œuvre de science-fiction de Douglas Adams qui était originellement un feuilleton radiophonique sur la BBC, totalement déjanté, et ensuite une série de livres, Le guide du voyageur galactique. Imaginez un peuple extraterrestre, intelligent, qui construit le plus puissant ordinateur de tous les temps pour trouver la réponse à la question sur la vie, l’univers et le reste. Après 7,5 millions d’années de calcul et de réflexion, l’ordinateur propose la réponse : 42. Le problème, c’est que personne n’a jamais su vraiment la question précise.
      Pour connaître la suite de l’histoire, je vous invite à lire l’œuvre de Douglas Adams et nous allons faire dans l’émission quelques clins d’œil à cette œuvre de Douglas Adams.
      Déjà, pour les personnes qui partent en vacances ou autre, n’oubliez pas, évidemment, de prendre avec vous des podcasts de Cause Commune pour accompagner votre voyage et n’oubliez pas, surtout, votre serviette c’est en effet l’outil indispensable pour tout auto-stoppeur galactique qu’il doit avoir ou qu’elle doit avoir en permanence.

      Le site web de l’April c’est april.org et vous y trouvez d’ores et déjà une page consacrée à l’émission avec toutes les références utiles, les détails sur les pauses musicales et les moyens de nous contacter.
      Si vous souhaitez réagir, poser une question pendant ce direct, n’hésitez pas à vous connecter sur le salon web de la radio, donc sur causecommune.fm, et vous pouvez également nous appeler 09 50 39 67 59 ; je répète 09 50 39 67 59.

      Nous vous souhaitons une excellente écoute.

      Voici maintenant le programme de l’émission.
      Dans quelques secondes nous allons commencer par la chronique de Marie-Odile Morandi, animatrice du groupe Transcriptions, qui va nous parler de communs numériques.
      D’ici dix à quinze minutes nous aborderons notre sujet principal qui portera sur le fameux lecteur multimédia libre VLC avec notre invité Jean-Baptiste Kempf.
      En fin d’émission nous aurons la chronique de Jean-Christophe Becquet, président de l’April, sur Wikidata, relier tous les serveurs du monde.
      À la réalisation de l’émission aujourd’hui Étienne Gonnu. Bonjour Étienne.

      Étienne Gonnu : Salut Fred.

      Frédéric Couchet : Comme à chaque émission on va vous proposer un petit quiz. Vous pouvez proposer les réponses soit sur le salon web, soit sur les réseaux sociaux.
      Première question : lors de l’émission du 15 octobre 2019, nous avons parlé de Google et des assistants personnels connectés. Par quel prénom et pourquoi on a proposé de renommer les assistants personnels connectés ?
      Deuxième question : nous allons parler du lecteur multimédia libre VLC au cours de cette émission. Savez-vous pourquoi l’icône de VLC est un cône de chantier ?

      Tout de suite place au premier sujet.

      [Virgule musicale]

      Chronique « Les transcriptions qui redonnent le goût de la lecture » de Marie-Odile Morandi sur les communs numériques

      Frédéric Couchet : Les choix voire les coups de cœur de Marie-Odile Morandi qui met en valeur deux ou trois transcriptions dont elle conseille la lecture, c’est la chronique « Les transcriptions qui redonnent le goût de la lecture » de Marie-Odile Morandi, animatrice du groupe Transcriptions. Bonjour Marie-Odile.

      Marie-Odile Morandi : Bonjour.

      Frédéric Couchet : Le sujet du jour dont tu souhaites nous parler aujourd’hui : les communs numériques. Nous t’écoutons.

      Marie-Odile Morandi : Effectivement, ce mois-ci dans la chronique j’ai souhaité faire une rétrospective des transcriptions de conférences et interventions de Lionel Maurel, publiées par notre groupe, de « La dictature du copyright » à « Faire atterrir les communs numériques » sur le sol terrestre.
      Les transcriptions auxquelles je vais me référer sont listées à l’onglet références de la page relative à l’émission d’aujourd’hui sur le site april.org, mais il y en a aussi d’autres que vous pouvez retrouver sur la partie consacrée aux transcriptions, toujours sur le site de l’April.

      Pour savoir qui est Lionel Maurel et quels sont ses sujets de prédilection, je vais m’appuyer sur la transcription de l’émission 13 du Vinvinteur qui date de 2013, d’une durée d’une quarantaine de minutes ; à noter que cette émission n’existe plus. Lionel Maurel y était interviewé par Jean-Marc Manach. Il nous explique que le pseudo qu’il a choisi, Calimaq, fait référence à un certain Callimaque de Cyrène, un des premiers bibliothécaires de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie dans l’Antiquité. En effet, Lionel est à la fois bibliothécaire et juriste d’où aussi le nom de son blog : lex, la loi et SI sciences de l’information donc S.I.Lex. Avec cette double casquette, Lionel s’intéresse aux problèmes juridiques liés au droit d’auteur et aux licences libres qui, dit-il, « mettent le droit d'auteur sens dessus dessous en laissant l’auteur au centre du dispositif ».
      Dans cet entretien il explique ce que sont les biens communs avec la nécessaire prise de conscience qu'il y a un écosystème numérique dans lequel il faut défendre la neutralité du Net et préserver certaines libertés essentielles, avec des références au logiciel libre et à l’intelligence collective.

      Je vous laisse lire cette transcription avec en bonus les explications que donne Lionel Maurel concernant la compilation hebdomadaire qu’il réalise, le Copyright Madness, c’est-à-dire les dérives de la propriété intellectuelle, du droit des marques et du droit des brevets, ce qui, généralement, ne manque pas de sel.

      Concernant le droit d’auteur, nous avions transcrit une intervention de Lionel Maurel à l’université de Compiègne en 2016 intitulée « Contenus numériques : droit d'auteur et licences libres » qui dure une heure et 40 minutes. Cette intervention est un cours complet et j’invite toutes les personnes qui sont intéressées par ce sujet, soit personnellement, soit dans un cadre professionnel, à écouter ce cours et à relire sa transcription : les thèmes abordés vont des notions de base du droit d’auteur, son fonctionnement, sa gestion, ses exceptions, pour arriver à l’application de ce droit sur Internet et terminer par les licences Creative Commons auxquelles est faite une large part. C’est un ensemble très complet qui mérite vraiment d’être relu régulièrement.

      Toujours concernant les licences libres, Lionel Maurel avait fait une intervention d’une dizaine de minutes au Paris Open Source Summit de 2017 intitulée : « Creative Commons. Où en est-on en 2017 ? »
      Il rappelle l’origine de ces licences, c’est-à-dire la façon dont Lawrence Lessig aux États-Unis, suite à sa défaite en tant qu’avocat pour empêcher l’allongement de 50 à 70 ans du copyright après la mort de l’auteur, souhaite « redonner directement aux créateurs le pouvoir de changer les choses et d’ouvrir leurs œuvres directement à la base en utilisant leur droit d’auteur non pas pour mettre des restrictions, mais pour donner des autorisations ». Il rappelle que certaines de ces licences ne sont pas libres au sens classique des termes des licences pour les logiciels libres dont elles s’inspirent. Je mentionne que les musiques qui sont diffusées durant les émissions Libre à vous ! sont réellement libres, c’est-à-dire Attribution et Partage à l’identique si elles sont publiées sous une licence Creative Commons.
      Je vous laisse lire les conclusions de cette intervention, somme toutes optimistes, ce qui est de bonne augure, avec la présentation de belles réussites d’œuvres placées sous ces licences Creative Commons.

      Lionel Maurel s’intéresse aussi au matériel et il avait tenu une conférence d’environ une heure au festival Pas Sage En Seine de 2016 intitulée : « Que manque-t-il pour avoir des licences Open Hardware qui fonctionnent ».
      Avoir du matériel vraiment libre est un enjeu fort, mais difficile parce qu’on entre dans le champ de la propriété industrielle qui comporte d’autres droits, les dessins et modèles, les marques, les brevets. Le droit d’auteur et la propriété industrielle ne fonctionnent pas du tout de la même manière, les règles sont différentes : pour obtenir un droit de propriété industrielle il faut notamment faire un dépôt.
      Actuellement ce mouvement se développe. Une fondation s’est montée, donne des instructions sur comment on doit faire pour être dans une démarche d’open source hardware et propose une définition : « conceptions réalisées publiquement et disponibles de manière à ce que n’importe qui puisse étudier, modifier, distribuer, créer et vendre un design ou un produit basé sur ce design », ce qui ressemble beaucoup à la définition du logiciel libre.

      Lionel Maurel estime qu’il y a trois stratégies possibles pour libérer le matériel :

      • la première serait de publier la documentation de ce qu’on a produit et verser directement l’invention dans le domaine public. Sauf qu’il existe aux États-Unis les patent trolls qui pourraient s’en servir. Ce sont ces sociétés qui ne fabriquent rien, déposent le plus de brevets possibles et vivent de la menace des procès qu’elles peuvent faire ;
      • deuxième pratique : documenter le projet : expliquer la démarche, le processus de fabrication, publier les plans, les fichiers de conception, préparer un maximum de documentation et tout publier sous licence libre. Sauf que la seule chose qui peut être protégée par le droit d’auteur c’est le texte de la documentation et absolument pas l’objet réalisé à partir de cette documentation ;
      • la dernière stratégie c’est de se dire, puisqu’il faut un brevet, eh bien déposons des brevets et ensuite ouvrons-les. Sauf qu’il faudra engager la procédure de dépôt, payer les coûts et, pour un petit constructeur, un petit inventeur, ce n’est certainement pas possible.

      Lionel Maurel propose des solutions que je laisse découvrir aux auditeurs qui liront la transcription. Pour lui il y a là un champ sur lequel faire de la recherche. Il appelle les personnes intéressées à participer car, dit-il, c’est un peu sous-estimé par le monde du Libre qui devrait être beaucoup plus présent sur le sujet.

      La dernière conférence en date qui a été transcrite est son intervention au Colloque « Territoires solidaires en commun : controverses à l'horizon du translocalisme », de juin 2019 et qui dure environ une heure.

      Là encore, il nous propose quelque chose de très complet, très documenté, avec des références à de nombreux auteurs ce qui permettra aux personnes qui le souhaitent d’approfondir leurs connaissances.

      Habituellement, dans notre esprit, nous distinguons les communs matériels, tangibles, des communs de la connaissance, des communs informationnels qui vont être des communs immatériels, intangibles.

      Charlotte Hess, qui a travaillé avec Elinor Ostrom, se pose la question : « C’est quoi Internet ? C’est la machine que j’ai devant moi. Il y a un fil. Le fil va à un serveur. Le serveur va à d’autres fils. D’autres ordinateurs sont reliés à ce serveur qui est relié à un système d’information. Ce réseau est relié par des câbles au réseau des réseaux qu’est Internet », et elle fait ainsi une description qui n’a absolument rien d’immatériel ; Internet est indissociable d'un certain nombre d'objets – ordinateurs, câbles, serveurs. Donc, nous dit-elle : « On peut penser Internet comme un commun local et global », montrant que les communs de la connaissance ont une dimension matérielle.
      Sur Internet, tout ce que vous allez échanger va laisser une trace quelque part et cette trace n’est pas du tout virtuelle, elle est matérielle parce qu’elle est inscrite dans une infrastructure physique. Nos données ne sont pas du tout stockées dans un nuage, elles sont stockées dans des datacenters, ces immenses hangars extrêmement matériels ; c’est la fameuse phrase « le cloud, le nuage, c’est toujours l’ordinateur de quelqu’un d’autre. »
      Donc le fait de nous présenter Internet comme quelque chose d’immatériel est extrêmement faux. L’idée selon laquelle le numérique allait nous permettre de produire les choses avec moins de matière est elle aussi fausse. On lit régulièrement que la consommation électrique due à Internet est préoccupante, à laquelle il faut ajouter les coûts de production des machines, sans oublier les déchets en fin de course qui sont difficilement recyclables. D’où les problèmes sur l’environnement. On en revient à des sujets d’actualité.

      Selon un des auteurs cités, une réelle émancipation « impliquera de se réapproprier toute cette chaîne logistique numérique aujourd’hui intégralement privatisée et aliénée ». Il faut qu’on fasse des centres de stockage des données autogérés et contrôlés par nous-mêmes.

      Lionel Maurel nous rappelle alors l’existence des fournisseurs d’accès à Internet associatifs, c’est-à-dire ces associations qui disent : « L’accès à Internet est un droit fondamental, donc nous allons tirer des câbles et nous gérerons nous-mêmes la couche physique du réseau. »
      Lionel Maurel nous rappelle les projets de l’association Framasoft et l’excellente idée du collectif d’hébergeurs CHATONS. Nos données se trouveront à un niveau local, sur les serveurs d’une entreprise ou d’une association proche de chez nous, qui a signé une charte avec notamment la clause de ne pas utiliser nos données personnelles, donc respect de la vie privée.
      Ainsi Internet redevient « translocal », thème de cette conférence.

      Actuellement de nombreux penseurs s’interrogent sur la matérialité d’Internet et sur son coût écologique que nous avons sans doute négligé.
      Cette dernière conférence m’a particulièrement intéressée, avec, il me semble, une évolution de la pensée, et j’ai souhaité partager.
      Transcrire les conférences de Lionel Maurel, défenseur de longue date des logiciels libres, est toujours un plaisir. N’hésitez pas à rejoindre notre groupe Transcriptions, vous ne le regretterez pas !

      Frédéric Couchet : Merci Marie-Odile. Tu nous a donné envie de lire ces conférences de Lionel Maurel.
      Je précise que le collectif CHATONS est le Collectif des Hébergeurs Alternatifs Transparents Ouverts Neutres et Solidaires dont nous avons déjà parlé dans les émissions Libre à vous ! du 18 juin et du 16 avril 2019. Vous retrouverez les podcasts sur april.org et causecommune.fm. Je précise également que tu as parlé des patent trolls, de ces trolls de brevets. On en reparlera rapidement en fin d’émission parce que c’est dans l’actualité.
      Marie-Odile je te remercie et je te souhaite de passer une belle journée.

      Marie-Odile Morandi : À vous de même. Bonne soirée.

      [Virgule musicale]

      Frédéric Couchet : On va passer une pause musicale. Nous allons écouter La fin de Saint Valéry par Ehma. On se retrouve juste après. Belle journée à l’écoute de Cause Commune.

      Pause musicale : La fin de Saint Valéry par Ehma.

      Frédéric Couchet : Nous venons d’écouter La fin de Saint Valéry par Ehma, disponible en licence Art libre. Vous retrouverez les références sur le site de l’April, april.org et sur le site de Cause Commune, causecommune.fm.

      Ne paniquez pas, vous êtes toujours avec l'April pour l’émission Libre à vous ! sur radio Cause commune 93.1 FM en Île-de-France et partout ailleurs sur le site causecommune.fm.

      Nous allons passer à notre sujet principal.

      [Virgule musicale]

      Le lecteur multimédia libre VLC avec Jean-Baptiste Kempf président de VideoLAN et fondateur de la société Videolabs

      Frédéric Couchet : Nous allons donc poursuivre par notre sujet principal qui porte aujourd’hui sur le célèbre lecteur multimédia libre VLC dont l’icône est un cône de chantier et nous allons bientôt apprendre les raisons de ce choix. Notre invité est Jean-Baptiste Kempf président de VideoLAN, l’association qui gère VLC, et fondateur de la société Videolabs qui crée des services autour de VLC et plus généralement des nouveautés autour de la vidéo. Bonjour Jean-Baptiste.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Bonjour.

      Frédéric Couchet : On a déjà eu l’occasion d’avoir Jean-Baptiste dans l’émission en octobre 2018 pour nous parler de DRM, les fameuses menottes numériques sur lesquelles on reviendra très rapidement au cours de l’émission ; vous pouvez écouter évidemment le podcast. Déjà une première petite question, une présentation personnelle. Jean-Baptiste, d’où viens-tu ? Qui es-tu ? Quel est ton parcours ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Je m’appelle Jean-Baptiste. Je suis un geek, j’ai 36 ans, je suis Parisien, j’ai vécu la plupart de ma vie à Paris. Ça fait un bout de temps, à peu près 13 ou 14 ans, que je fais du VLC et que ça a pris de plus en plus de temps dans ma vie jusqu’à être mon métier principal.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est quoi un geek ? Tu as employé ce mot-là au début.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Oui. Quelqu’un qui adore coder et être sur son ordinateur. Moi j’ai toujours été dans le logiciel libre dès que je me suis mis à l’informatique, pendant que j’étais en école.

      Frédéric Couchet : Donc un passionné notamment d’informatique.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Principalement.

      Frédéric Couchet : Principalement.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Mais aussi de bons bouquins de fantaisie comme le Le Guide du voyageur galactique de l’espace.

      [Rires]

      Frédéric Couchet : En plus c’est un grand honneur de te recevoir car, depuis le 15 novembre 2018, tu as eu le grade de chevalier de l’ordre national du Mérite, c’est l’une des plus importantes décorations françaises. Ça a l’air de te faire soupirer mais en même temps ça récompense une dizaine d’années de contribution à la fois dans ta société et dans la communauté du Libre.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Ça va te faire rigoler parce je suis un gros boulet : je n’ai toujours pas récupéré cette décoration parce qu’il faut organiser une cérémonie, avoir quelqu’un qui te la remet, et je dois avouer que ce n’était pas vraiment dans mes priorités, notamment personnelles, cette année. Il faut absolument que je m’en occupe parce que sinon je ne vais jamais avoir le droit de la porter. C’est génial ; c’est clair, c’est génial parce que ça montre notamment qu’on a eu des gens dans l’État qui commencent à comprendre ce qu’est le logiciel libre et pourquoi c’est important pour l’État et pour la France. Ça c’est vraiment très cool. C’était Mounir, à l’époque, qui m’avait proposé.

      Frédéric Couchet : Mahjoubi, qui était ministre du numérique [secrétaire d’État chargé du numérique].

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Maintenant c’est Cédric O, je crois, qui l’a remplacé. Donc c’est très cool. Par contre, ce que je n’aime pas : c’est une décoration personnelle pour un projet qui est un projet commun. C’est sûr que je suis la personne qui a passé le plus de temps autour de VLC et d’autres projets autour de VideoLAN, mais je suis toujours un peu mal à l’aise avec ça.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est le côté starisation qui ne te plaît pas.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Ouais. Il y a beaucoup trop de starisation dans tout ce qui est tech, tout ce qui est startup. On parle plus souvent, on voit plus souvent, à propos des startups, plus des photos des fondateurs que de leurs produits. Ça me gêne un peu ; ce n’est pas très grave, mais ça me gêne un peu.

      Frédéric Couchet : OK. Avant d’oublier je précise que si des personnes qui écoutent veulent appeler pour faire une intervention et notamment poser une question à Jean-Baptiste, vous pouvez appeler le 09 50 39 67 59 et Étienne Gonnu, en régie, attend vos appels.
      Déjà une petite première question. En fait de très nombreuses personnes utilisent VLC souvent sans savoir que c’est un logiciel libre et ça permet à ces personnes de lire des vidéos. Mais toi, quand tu présentes par exemple peut-être en soirée ce que tu fais, comment tu présentes VLC, en une ou deux phrases ? Petit résumé.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Ça dépend de qui est en face, du public, et ça dépend de si je veux troller ou pas. En général, ce que je dis, c’est que c’est un lecteur multimédia qui est capable de lire tous les formats de fichiers audio, vidéo et qui marche partout. Ça c’est l’accroche et après, surtout, je dis que c’est un logiciel libre, développé par une communauté, pour le bien commun.

      Frédéric Couchet : D’accord. C’est intéressant parce qu’une des forces, effectivement, de VLC c’est de lire à peu près tous les formats de fichiers et on va y revenir dans la partie plus technique, présentation des fonctionnalités. Tu dis que c’est une communauté qui développe ça, justement, on va parler de l’histoire de ce projet. Comment c’est né ? Parce que c’est un projet très ancien, il y a de nombreuses années. Est-ce que tu peux nous raconter comment est né ce projet à l’École centrale de Paris, si j’ai bien suivi.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : En fait, ce qui est marrant dans VLC, c’est qu’il n’y a pas eu de créateur de VLC et surtout il n’y a personne qui a voulu faire VLC. Souvent les gens, quand je leur raconte ça, ça les déçoit un peu, il n’y a personne qui s’est dit « je vais faire un nouveau lecteur vidéo, ça va être mieux que le reste ». En fait, c’est une succession de projets qui commence il y a très longtemps, et une partie du projet du projet est devenu VLC. Je vais m’expliquer un petit peu parce sinon c’est un peu flou.

      Frédéric Couchet : Avec des dates.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Le projet originel date du fait que dans les années 60 l’École centrale Paris a déménagé de la gare de Lyon à Châtenay-Malabry dans le sud de Paris, pour des raisons un peu bizarres, mais notamment parce que l’Éducation nationale n’avait pas l’argent pour le faire. On s’est retrouvé avec une grande école française qui était sur un campus géré par des anciens élèves, donc privé. Et tout dans l’organisation du campus était fait par des étudiants : le téléphone, la télé, la radio, la cafétéria et le réseau informatique. Dans les années 80 ils mettent un réseau informatique et c’était un réseau informatique qui était basé sur Token Ring, donc un réseau très lent. Vers le milieu des années 90, ils veulent avoir un réseau plus rapide et quand ils vont voir l’École pour dire « on a besoin d’un nouveau réseau plus rapide », en particulier pour jouer, il ne faut pas mentir.

      Frédéric Couchet : Pour jouer en réseau au début.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Pour jouer en réseau et l’École leur dit : « Écoutez, vous allez être gentils, vous allez l’utiliser pour jouer en réseau et pas du tout pour travailler » et surtout, la raison principale de l’École c’est « vous comprenez, le campus est privé, nous on ne peut rien y faire » ; ils disent : « Allez voir les partenaires ». C’est là que le projet qui s’appellait Network 2000 – on est en 1995, à l’époque, évidemment, tout projet s’appelle 2000 sinon ce n’est pas un vrai projet – ils vont voir des partenaires, ils vont voir notamment TF1 qui dit : « Le futur de la vidéo c’est le satellite — aujourd’hui c’est facile de rigoler, mais en 1995 c’était important — et pour 1500 étudiants s’il faut mettre 1500 décodeurs et 1500 antennes ça va coûter une fortune. Ce qu’on vous propose, c’est de mettre juste un réseau très rapide, numérique – ce sont les débuts de la vidéo numérique – on met une grosse antenne et on diffuse la vidéo sur tout le réseau hyper-rapide. Évidemment on est en 1994/95, les ordinateurs les plus puissants ce sont des 486DX-33, DX-66 ou des Pentium 60, c’est absolument impossible, sans avoir des grosses machines, de faire du décodage vidéo taille DVD à l’époque, sans matériel, mais ils le font quand même et c’est comme ça qu’ils justifient l’achat d’un nouveau réseau pour ce projet dans l’association des étudiants qui gérait le réseau informatique. À ce moment-là il n’y a pas du tout de VLC.
      Ça finit, il y a une démo qui marche, ça crashe au bout de 50 secondes ; on fait une démo de 42 secondes, comme ça c’est nickel, c’était cross-platform, ça marchait grosso modo sous BeOS et Linux, rien d’autre, mais on montrait que c’était possible. Pendant un an il ne se passe plus rien. Il y a des étudiants en 98 qui disent : « C’est un projet qui est marrant, de diffusion de vidéos sur un réseau, il y a peut-être d’autres campus ou des réseaux d’entreprises qui sont intéressés ». Donc ils remontent un projet qui, à ce moment-là, s’appelle VideoLAN, lan qui veut dire réseau local en anglais. Donc ils montent le projet VideolAN. Ils sont en 98, ils ont comme objectif de devenir open source et d’être cross-platform. Mais dans VideoLAN, il y avait une partie serveur, une partie réseau, une autre partie un truc un peu compliqué, et il y avait une partie cliente. Mais la partie cliente ce n’était pas forcément le focus, parce que ce n’était pas forcément l’endroit le plus compliqué. La partie cliente s’appelle VideoLAN client.

      Frédéric Couchet : Donc VLC.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : À ce moment-là tout le monde l’appelle VideoLAN client. Ça ne va s’appeler VLC que trois ou quatre ans plus tard. Au moment où en 2001, après une bataille de longue haleine, l’École autorise le changement de licence pour que ça passe d’une licence propriétaire vers une licence open source, libre.

      Frédéric Couchet : Une licence libre, en l’occurrence la licence GNU GPL, General Public License.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Exactement. Ils ne précisent pas la version, ils disent GNU General Public License et ils ne précisent pas VLC, ils précisent « pour l’ensemble des logiciels du projet VideoLAN ». Donc VLC c’est une petite partie du projet VideoLAN, qui est un projet dont le but a été d’être libre, mais qui, au début ne l’était pas, basé sur un projet qui était originellement de faire un nouveau réseau parce qu’il y avait un réseau informatique lent à l’époque. À ce moment-là, quand ça passe en logiciel libre, c’est à ce moment-là qu’il y a des contributions extérieures importantes qui font que ça passe sous Windows et sous Mac OS rapidement et pas à l’initiative des élèves et que ça commence à démarrer à l’extérieur.
      En fait il n’y a personne qui s’est dit « waouh, je vais faire un nouveau lecteur, je vais le porter partout ». Ce sont vraiment des étudiants, plusieurs générations d’étudiants parce qu’on parle de 1994 à 2002 pour le début de l’explosion et il n’y a personne qui s’est dit « je vais créer VLC ! »

      Frédéric Couchet : D’accord. L’École centrale de Paris c’est une école d’ingénieurs. Toi tu intègres l’École centrale à quelle date ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : En 2003.

      Frédéric Couchet : En 2003. Je suppose, comme tu l’as dit en introduction, tu es un geek et tu es là pour apprendre, que tout de suite le projet te plaît. Est-ce que tu contribues tout de suite ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’est pire que ça. Moi j’ai choisi l’École centrale Paris parce que je savais que c’était une école où il y avait une association informatique qui faisait du Libre.

      Frédéric Couchet : Tu as choisi l’école pour ça ! D’accord !

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : J’avais rencontré en vacances quelqu’un ; j’ai eu le choix entre plusieurs grandes écoles et je suis allé à Centrale parce que je savais que un, il n’y avait pas beaucoup de cours et deux, parce qu’il y avait une association qui faisait du réseau, qui était sous Linux. Je n’y connaissais rien, c’était clair à l’époque. Donc ça a été mon choix, c’est pour ça que ça que je suis allé à Centrale.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est marrant parce que ça me rappelle ma propre histoire à Paris 8, mais des années avant parce que je suis un peu plus vieux que toi. Donc tu arrives à Centrale en 2003. À l’époque il n’y a pas d’association qui porte ce projet et, si j’ai bien suivi, c’est toi qui vas initier l’idée de créer une association qui va s’appeler VideoLAN.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : En fait ça arrive bien plus tard parce qu’à l’époque entre les gens du réseau VIA et les gens de VideoLAN c'était très interconnecté. Je deviens vice-président de l’association du réseau et c’est moi, avec notamment un autre développeur qui s’appelle Rémi, qui portons pendant une année cette association, donc on fait des choses sur VideoLAN. La première chose que je fais sur VideoLAN c’est gérer la diffusion interne de la télévision pour le campus de Centrale. Et ça, ça doit être fin 2003/début 2004 que je commence à toucher au projet VideoLAN, mais pas du tout par la partie code, vraiment par la partie infrastructure. En fait, je fais un stage plus tard en 2005/2006 et je m’emmerde pendant ce stage.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est aux États-Unis, ce stage ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Pas du tout. J’étais au CEA [Commissariat à l'énergie atomique], à la direction des applications militaires. Le stage était génial, mais j’avais beaucoup trop de temps. Je me suis vraiment amusé sur le stage, mais c’est juste que ça n’allait pas assez vite pour moi. Donc j’ai fait deux choses : j’ai fait pas mal de documentation et j’ai commencé à aider sur VLC.
      En fait, on s’est retrouvé un peu avec le problème que le projet était trop gros pour l’école, trop gros pour des étudiants, trop d’utilisateurs, et c’était très difficile de faire quoi que ce soit, surtout parce qu’en 2006/2007/2008 la nouvelle génération d’étudiants n’est vraiment pas intéressée par le projet. C’est à ce moment-là, fin 2007 et début 2008, que je lance l’idée de se séparer de l’école. Je crée l’association au VideoLAN Dev Days en décembre 2008, hébergée chez, Free et c’est là où on fait un vote, où on décide de créer une association. Début 2007 il n’y avait plus que deux personnes et demie actives sur le projet. Quand j’étais dans mon stage, comme tu l’as dit aux États-Unis, j’ai passé beaucoup de temps à retrouver des mondes, des anciens et des nouveaux, pour se remotiver autour de projet et ça va prendre quelques années pour qu’on arrive à la version 1.0 de VLC.

      Frédéric Couchet : D’accord. On va y arriver. Petite question : le choix du cône chantier comme icône, c’était à cette époque-là ou pas ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Quand je suis arrivé, le cône de chantier était déjà là.

      Frédéric Couchet : Est-ce que tu sais pourquoi le cône de chantier a été choisi ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Oui, je sais, évidemment !

      Frédéric Couchet : Vas-y.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Il faut savoir, et je suis désolé pour les auditeurs, qu’il y a une bataille d’anciens pour expliquer quelle est la raison du cône, mais quand moi je suis arrivé à Centrale, c’est sûr, on avait des étages de 24 étudiants et sur l’étage du 2H, l’étage du réseau, il y avait à peu près une centaine de cônes, il y avait une armoire à cônes.

      Frédéric Couchet : Le culte du cône !

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Le culte avec des jeux physiques comme le cône acrobatique, le « côneball », des batailles, des montages de batailles moitié laser moitié cônes. Il y avait vraiment un culte sur le cône qui était très drôle, pas du tout malsain, attention pour ceux qui ont peur, très marrant et hyper deuxième ou troisième degré. À l’origine ils avaient besoin de parler à un étudiant qui ne voulait pas leur ouvrir la porte. En fait, après une soirée probablement un peu arrosée, ils ont utilisé le cône comme porte-voix pour l’appeler et l’alpaguer depuis sa fenêtre. Plutôt que d’avoir une petite mandoline pour chanter une sérénade, ils ont pris un cône qui était là. Ça c’était des gens autour du réseau et, en fait, dans la première sortie sous Linux X11.

      Frédéric Couchet : X11 c’est l’environnement de fenêtrage graphique, on va dire.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Avant, la première version était en framebuffer, c’est encore au niveau plus bas. Ça passe à la première version. En fait, à l’origine, tout le monde se tirait un peu la bourre dans VLC, ce qui est normal parce qu’il y avait toujours plein de choses à faire, c’est super marrant, donc celui qui met la première version X11, il commit à quatre heures du matin, même si ce n’est pas fini, mais juste parce qu’il a quand même fait le plus gros du boulot, il envoie sa version et, pour montrer que ce n’est pas fini, il met comme icône le petit cône de chantier pour dire que c’est en travaux.
      Ensuite Sam Hocevar, qui est un des génies qu’il y a eu autour du projet, dessine la première icône et ça reste. Ce n'est pas réfléchi, c’est complètement débile d’utiliser un cône de chantier pour un lecteur multimédia, mais c’est un coup marketing absolument génial parce que c’est hyper-reconnaissable. Là, maintenant, je vais partout dans le monde, quand je parle de VLC les gens connaissent déjà beaucoup plus que l’École centrale Paris ou des choses comme ça, mais, surtout, il y a plein de gens qui font : « Je ne sais pas trop » et tu dis : « Mais si, le cône qui lit des vidéos » et là, c’est universel.

      Frédéric Couchet : Le cône de chantier. C’était une excellent idée et on salue Samuel Hocevar qui a aussi été le responsable du projet Debian, qui est aussi un grand fan de cinéma et notamment de La Classe américaine dont on parlera peut-être un jour. En tout cas, allez chercher sur un moteur de recherche Samuel Hocevar, c’est un génie.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Et qui a été un des premiers à introduire Wikipédia en France.

      Frédéric Couchet : Exactement. C’est aussi un des fondateurs de Wikimédia France.
      J’ai une petite question sur le salon web de la radio, je rappelle que c’est sur causecommune.fm, une réponse rapide, Marie-Odile qui demande : « Est-ce que cette école est toujours aussi sympa afin de la conseiller aux jeunes qui vont prochainement passer des concours ? » L’ECP ? Est-ce que tu conseillerais d’aller à l’ECP aujourd’hui ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Désolé, je n’en sais rien du tout. Maintenant elle s’appelle CentraleSupélec, ça a été fusionné avec Supélec. J’y vais de temps en temps parce que je suis toujours administrateur de l’association du réseau, je trouve que les gens sont toujours aussi cools, par contre je trouve que leur campus est quand même moins marrant que le nôtre.

      Frédéric Couchet : D’accord. Voilà la réponse par rapport à ça. On a bien compris qu’au départ il y a pas mal d’étudiants et d’étudiantes qui ont contribué. On va revenir tout à l’heure sur la contribution concrète, aujourd’hui, à VLC, parce que les gens doivent se dire qu’il doit y avoir des centaines de personnes qui contribuent tous les jours à VLC. On va aussi parler du financement, mais dans une deuxième partie. On va revenir un petit peu, une fois passé cet historique, on remarque que c’est un logiciel libre qui existe depuis très longtemps, qui se développe. Aujourd’hui c‘est la version 3.0, c’est ça ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’est ça.

      Frédéric Couchet : 3.0. Tu l’as dit tout à l’heure, l’un des grands atouts de VLC en termes de fonctionnalité, c’est que ça intègre les codecs nécessaires à la lecture de la plupart des formats audio et vidéo et que VLC peut aussi lire à peu près tous les flux réseau. Donc le choix de VLC, pour beaucoup de gens, c’est aussi la qualité et la capacité d’accéder à peu près à tous les contenus. Une autre caractéristique c’est la capacité de lire des flux un petit peu endommagés et de les réparer à la volée, c’est assez magique ! Un autre avantage, et là j’aimerais bien que tu expliques comment vous faites, c’est le côté multiplateforme, parce que souvent les logiciels libres sont disponibles sur environnement Windows, Mac, GNU/Linux, mais vous allez encore plus loin, c’est de l’Android, c’est de l’iPhone, c’est OS2. C’est intégré dans certaines box et ça serait intéressant d’en reparler tout à l’heure. Comment vous faites pour ce côté multiplateforme ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Il y a plusieurs raisons. La première raison c’est que VLC est hyper-modulaire, contrairement par exemple à un autre lecteur multimédia qui est sur Linux qui s’appelle MPlayer, qui était là avant. Le cœur de VLC est tout petit, ça doit être un dixième du code, un vingtième du code, et après on a plein de modules. La raison pour laquelle VLC est passé en modules, ça n’est pas du tout une idée, une grande idée en disant « il faut absolument faire ça », c’était, je suis désolé pour le terme technique, pour raccourcir les temps de compilation à l’époque. Quand on faisait une modification on modifiait juste un module et on compilait, c’était beaucoup plus rapide que tout compiler.

      Frédéric Couchet : La compilation c’est partir du code source pour arriver à la version compréhensible par l’ordinateur.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’est ça. En fait, pour faire plus simple, c’était juste plus facile de développer, mais ça n’était pas dans le but d’être plus cross platform, c’était vraiment Sam qui voulait coder plus rapidement, donc pour aller plus rapidement dans son développement il est passé en modules. Et ce passage en modules, en fait c’est vraiment un coup de génie, qui n’était peut-être pas forcément vu à l’époque, c’est que ça a permis justement d’être sur plein de plateformes, parce que quand tu vas sur une autre plateforme tu fais juste une nouvelle sortie audio, une sortie vidéo, une nouvelle interface et puis c’est tout ; tu n’as pas à modifier tout le reste. Et, deuxième effet cool qui est très bien, c’est que ça permet aux gens qui rentrent dans le projet de commencer à contribuer sans être capables de comprendre ce qui se passe au cœur. Moi, pendant quasiment deux ans depuis le premier moment où j’ai codé sur VLC, je n’ai jamais rien fait dans le cœur de VLC parce que c’est compliqué ; mais ce n’est pas grave, comme ce sont des modules, tu rajoutes juste une fonctionnalité : tu veux un nouveau format, tu rajoutes juste un module ! Et quand tu veux placer sur d’autres plateformes, que tu as mentionnées, mais on est aussi sur Apple TV, sur Android TV, on a une version qui marche sur la PS4 – elle n’est pas publique parce que, pour des raisons de liberté, on ne peut pas la publier.
      En fait, ce que je dis, c’est que VLC est un des logiciels le plus porté sur plein d’autres plateformes, en tout cas interfaces. On est sur plus de plateformes que Chrome, on est sur plus de plateformes que Firefox, que LibreOffice et je ne parle même pas, évidemment, de logiciels propriétaires comme Office ou Apple.
      Il faut comprendre que, évidemment, ça prend beaucoup de temps, mais, en fait, le cœur de VLC est géré par cinq personnes. C’est important. Ce sont des gens très bons et je suis poli, à part moi ce sont vraiment des gens exceptionnels au niveau code, qui sont vraiment de classe internationale, qui sont hyper-bons, qui savent ce qu’ils font et c’est ça qui permet de supporter plein de plateformes. Ensuite on est très conservateurs sur notre approche du code. On écrit tout en C, un petit peu de C ++.

      Frédéric Couchet : C, c’est un langage de programmation.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : En langage de programmation C, donc vraiment du bas niveau, parce que c’est un langage qui est très limité mais qui est relativement simple, dont on connaît très bien les limites, donc ça permet à VLC de garder cette qualité. Et un truc important aussi concernant VLC, sa marque, c’est que les gens normaux, c’est-à-dire pas les gens qui passent leurs journées à recompiler leur VLC sur Linux, font confiance au code. Et ça c’est hyper-important. La deuxième raison c’est que dans VLC il y a des gens comme moi qui ont été hyper-embêtants sur la qualité du produit. J’ai emmerdé les autres développeurs des centaines de fois en disant « non, ça ce n’est pas possible, ça casse ce problème pour l’utilisateur ». J’ai passé des heures et des heures sur les forums, sur Twitter, etc., à écouter ce que voulaient nos utilisateurs, c’est hyper-important, ce n’est pas la partie la plus marrante. Pour moi c’est important d’avoir du produit qui fonctionne.

      Frédéric Couchet : Justement sur la partie support j’ai une question : est-ce que globalement l’équipe reçoit plus d’encouragements ou de remerciements que de plaintes, ou traditionnellement… ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Non ! On n’entend que des plaintes, voire des insultes ou des menaces de mort.

      Frédéric Couchet : À ce point-là !

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Oui. Des gens ont envoyé des lettres anonymes que j’ai reçues chez mes parents. Il y a des tarés partout ! Par rapport aux centaines de millions d’utilisateurs, en fait c’est ridicule les plaintes. Évidemment, quand tu es de l’autre côté, tu ne vois que la partie négative et c’est vrai que de temps en temps tu as des mecs qui te dises : « C’est trop bien ! » Il y a des mecs qui m’ont envoyé de la bière parce que sur un thread reddit j’ai dû raconter qu’une des bières que j’adore c’est la Kasteel Rouge et il y a quelqu’un qui a envoyé chez mes parents une caisse de Kasteel Rouge, que j’ai bue.

      Frédéric Couchet : Est-ce qu'il t'a invité au Dernier Restaurant avant la fin du monde ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Non, on ne m’a pas encore invité au Dernier Restaurant avant la fin du monde, mais on m’a déjà invité pas mal de fois au Dernier bar avant la fin du monde soit celui de Paris soit dans d’autres endroits.

      Frédéric Couchet : Il y en a dans d’autres endroits ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Oui. Il y en a dans d’autres endroits.

      Frédéric Couchet : D’accord. OK. Tu parlais à l’instant de la qualité, notamment par rapport à l’expérience utilisateur et utilisatrice, il y a un autre sujet qui doit sans doute te faire stresser c’est la sécurité. D’ailleurs je ne sais pas sur combien de machines, si c’est estimable, VLC est installé, mais le problème de sécurité soit par un bug soit par une injection de code malveillant, ça doit te faire flipper !

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’est clair que c’est un vrai sujet qui est très compliqué. Je vais d’abord répondre à ta première question qui est combien il y a de VLC installés. On ne fait pas de télémétrie – moi j’appelle ça de l’espionnage, certains appellent ça de la télémétrie, ça s’appelle de l’espionnage même quand c’est Mozilla qui le fait, nous on ne fait pas d’espionnage –, par contre, c’est vrai qu’on peut savoir des choses. On peut savoir le nombre de téléchargements sur notre site web, sachant qu’il y a évidemment plein d’autres sites de téléchargement comme Download.com, Telecharger.fr et toutes les distributions Linux qui redistribuent sans passer pas nous, donc on n’a pas cette information. Mais là, déjà, on voit qu’on est à peu près à 25 millions, 30 millions de téléchargements par mois. Deux tiers, en fait, ce sont des updates, mais le reste ça ne l’est pas. Déjà le fait qu’il y ait pas mal d’updates ça nous donne des informations.

      Frédéric Couchet : Les updates ce sont les mises à jour.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Les mises à jour. Après, on a des informations de Microsoft, du nombre d’utilisateurs, notamment pour les crash reports.
      En fait, on n’a pas d’infos fiables, mais on a une estimation. En nombre d’utilisateurs actifs, ce que tu définis comme une personne qui utilise VLC une fois dans le mois, sous Windows on a 300 millions d’utilisateurs actifs.

      Frédéric Couchet : Waouh !

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Donc tu peux considérer qu’en nombre d’installations on doit être au moins au double, en nombre d’installations !

      Frédéric Couchet : Sous les environnements GNU/Linux, FreebSD et autres, libres, on n’a pas d’estimations.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Si. À une époque j’avais fait des estimations : grosso modo on prend le nombre sur Windows, on divise par dix et on a la part de marché qu’on a sous Mac OS et on prend exactement la même chose sous Linux, donc ça fait 30 millions. Sur les machines bureau on pense qu’on a 350 millions d’actifs, donc en nombre d’installés c’est peut-être 600 millions, 700 millions. Après il y a les mobiles. On a eu, par exemple sur Android, 250 millions de téléchargements, de comptes qui l’ont téléchargé et 60 millions d’actifs et sur iOS quelque chose de similaire. Ça donne un ordre d’idée.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est une grosse masse.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’est une grosse masse.

      Frédéric Couchet : Donc la partie sécurité doit être stressante !

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : En particulier parce que nous on fait du C, on est vraiment au bas niveau, on n’est pas en train d'avoir un langage qui nous aide parce que dans le multimédia, on n’a pas le choix, il faut être hyper-performant. On va le plus proche du matériel, donc on a accès au bas niveau, donc on a accès, en fait, vraiment à tout. Pour ceux qui comprennent, quand on est dans VLC on est vraiment en mode kernel quasiment partout.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est-à-dire qu’on est au plus proche du matériel, donc on peut quasiment tout faire.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Et surtout j’ai accès à tout, j’ai accès à tous tes fichiers, si tu crashes VLC, normalement. C’est le même problème qu’a Chrome, sauf que Chrome ils ont une approche, ils ont des millions pour améliorer ça. On a vu, par exemple, la CIA qui a utilisé une fausse version de VLC et, en même temps que tu regardais ton film, il y avait un petit plugin qu’ils avaient rajouté, un petit module de VLC qu’ils avaient rajouté qui, en fait, chiffrait tous tes documents dans ton dossier « Mes documents » sous Windows et les envoyait quelque part. Ce n’était pas notre version de VLC mais c’était une version récupérée quelque part qu’ils redistribuaient et tu ne t’en rends pas compte : tu regardes un film, ça dure deux heures ou trois heures quand c’est Avengers games, donc ton PC travaille, il y a un peu de bruit, ça ne t’étonne pas.
      Ça c’est un vrai problème et puis il y a des failles de sécurité, comme pour tous les logiciels, mais les gens font un peu moins les mises à jour que pour Chrome ; pour ton navigateur, tu passes ton temps à faire ça. On a une approche, notamment depuis trois ans, qui est très proactive, où on va notamment analyser le code et faire des choses comme ça pour, justement, trouver des bugs en amont. On a eu un bug bounty par la Commission européenne qui payait des hackers pour essayer de trouver des problèmes dans VLC et ensuite nous on allait réparer.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est le projet FOSSA [Free and Open Source Software Audit] ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Sur le projet FOSSA.

      Frédéric Couchet : Le projet FOSSA de la Commission européenne.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Évidemment que c’est grâce à Julia Reda.

      Frédéric Couchet : L’ancienne eurodéputée du Parti pirate.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Évidemment il n’y a qu’elle qui est intéressée par ce genre de truc. C'était vraiment très cool et ça permet de remonter des problèmes, mais ça ne règle pas le problème fondamental. Pour régler le problème fondamental on a une idée avec un système de sandboxing, c’est très compliqué et surtout ce sont des choses qui n’ont jamais été faites.

      Frédéric Couchet : Est-ce que tu peux expliquer en une phrase ce qu’est le sandboxing ? Ou après la pause musicale si tu veux.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : L’idée du sandboxing et je ne pourrai pas faire plus technique que ça…

      Frédéric Couchet : Moins technique que ça.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Ouais, pardon, c’est que quand VLC a un problème, en fait, il est dans son petit environnement, donc il n’a accès à rien sur ta machine, donc ça n’est pas grave.

      Frédéric Couchet : C’est un bac à sable juste pour VLC.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’est ça. En fait, ça c‘est la théorie. En pratique, il va falloir mettre une dizaine de bacs à sable à l’intérieur de VLC et c’est très compliqué.

      Frédéric Couchet : On va permettre aux gens de réfléchir en écoutant une pause musicale. Nous allons écouter Jack’s Playing Ball par Jono Bacon. On se retrouve juste après. Belle journée à l’écoute de Cause Commune.

      Voix off : Cause Commune 93.1.

      Pause musicale : Jack’s Playing Ball par Jono Bacon.

      Frédéric Couchet : Nous venons d’écouter Jack’s Playing Ball par Jono Bacon, disponible sous licence libre Creative Commons BY SA, c’est-à-dire Partage dans les mêmes conditions. Vous retrouverez les références sur le site de l’April, april.org et sur le site de la radio, causecommune.fm.

      Vous écoutez toujours l’émission Libre à vous ! sur radio Cause Commune 93.1 FM en Île-de-France et partout ailleurs sur le site causecommune.fm. Je vous rappelle que vous pouvez nous appeler si vous voulez poser une question en direct au 09 50 39 67 59.

      Nous allons poursuivre notre discussion sur VLC, le lecteur multimédia libre, avec Jean-Baptiste Kempf du projet VideoLAN et de la société Videolabs dont on parlera tout à l’heure.
      Juste avant on parlait de technique et notamment de sandboxing, bac à sable, et pendant la pause musicale Jean-Baptiste m’expliquait un petit peu les projets pour la version à priori 5, ça a l’air d’être quand même un sacré enjeu technique.
      Là on va parler un petit peu des problématiques juridiques. On va les aborder rapidement parce que chacune de ces problématiques juridiques est complexe en tant que telle. Déjà j’ai une première question parce que tu es connu pour avoir reçu des propositions, parait-il de plusieurs dizaines de millions d’euros, en échange de l’insertion de publicités et de logiciels malicieux dans VLC et tu as refusé. Pourquoi ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’est tout à fait exact. Ça m’est arrivé au moins trois fois, des mecs qui voulaient : en même temps que ça installe VLC, il t’installe un antivirus Avast ou Avira, changer ta page de démarrage ou d’installer des spyware. Ça c’est hostile à l’utilisateur donc pour moi c’est no way, quel que soit le montant.
      J’ai des gens qui m’ont proposé de racheter le nom de domaine videolan.org, ils étaient déjà un peu plus malins parce que c’est un peu plus malin que d’essayer de mettre de la merde dans VLC, mais pareil, ça ne correspond pas à quelque chose qui est bien pour mes utilisateurs ni à la philosophie que j’ai autour du projet. Je ne suis pas contre l’argent en soi, mais l’argent ça doit être fait de façon morale.

      Frédéric Couchet : D’accord. Au niveau des problématiques juridiques, on va parler de deux problématiques juridiques précises assez rapidement, les DRM, les menottes numériques et ensuite brevets.
      Les DRM, les menottes numériques, on en a déjà parlé avec toi et Marie Duponchelle dans l’émission d’octobre 2018, vous retrouverez le podcast évidemment en ligne, donc les menottes numériques qui empêchent un certain nombre d’usages. Il y a quelques années VLC avait saisi l’HADOPI [Haute autorité pour la diffusion des œuvres et la protection des droits sur Internet] parce que beaucoup de gens ignorent que l’HADOPI, au-delà de son activité bien connue, a normalement la régulation de ce qu’on appelle les mesures techniques de protection, ce que nous on appelle les menottes numériques, et notamment vous l’aviez saisie concernant les Blu-ray, le format des Blu-ray : est-ce que VLC avait les capacités juridiques – non pas techniques parce que techniquement vous saviez le faire, évidemment – pour lire ces fameux Blu-ray. Première question : pourquoi vous avez dû saisir l’HADOPI ? Quelle était la réponse de l’HADOPI et quelle est la situation aujourd’hui par rapport à la lecture notamment de ces Blu-ray ?

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : VLC est capable de lire les DVD depuis 2001 et, en fait, c’était avant les lois LCEN, EUCD…

      Frédéric Couchet : LCEN, loi pour la confiance dans l’économie numérique et EUCD c’est la version française de la directive droit d’auteur.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : C’était des lois qui avaient été faites. On était passé avant ça. Quand on veut mettre la lecture du Blu-ray dans VLC on est après ça et il y a notamment une agence de régulation des mesures techniques de protection qui avait été créée et qui n’avait jamais rien foutu. Ils n’avaient même pas rendu le rapport annuel qu’ils devaient rendre, donc on a mergé ça dans HADOPI au moment de la loi HADOPI. En théorie, c’était à eux de nous aider parce qu’en fait il y a un problème fondamental qui est l’interopérabilité et les mesures techniques de protection. Grosso modo, ce sont deux concepts qui sont impossibles et puis la loi était hyper peu claire, donc on est allé poser des questions, puisqu’en théorie c’était eux le régulateur. On n’a rien compris à la réponse, en particulier parce qu’ils n’ont rien compris à la question. Ils ont fait ça avec une mauvaise foi absolument forte. Ils n’ont jamais réussi à comprendre, ça a mis deux ans avant qu’on réussisse à avoir une question au gouvernement par un député et c’est à ce moment-là qu’ils ont commencé à se bouger. Grosso modo, ils n’ont rien compris à la question, ils ne nous ont même pas posé la question. En fait ils étaient dans un mode complètement politique avec Franck Riester.

      Frédéric Couchet : Actuellement ministre de la Culture et anciennement rapporteur du projet de loi HADOPI.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : À la fin il s’est rendu compte qu’en fait qu’il y avait quelque chose à faire et qu’on n’était pas là juste pour les emmerder, qu’on posait vraiment une question ! Et puis il y avait le secrétaire général de la HADOPI dont j’ai oublié le nom.

      Frédéric Couchet : Éric Walter.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Éric Walter, qui a essayé de bouger, mais c’était trop tard. J’ai dit publiquement que c’étaient des gros nuls. Je le redirai publiquement.

      Frédéric Couchet : Tu es en train de le dire publiquement.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Je peux le redire une fois de plus, ça ne me dérange pas. Jacques Toubon qui, évidemment, ne se souvient pas de moi parce que c’était mon maire quand j’habitais dans le 13e arrondissement de Paris, qui a écrit dans la presse que j’étais un méchant, grosso modo.

      Frédéric Couchet : Jacques Toubon qui est aussi un ancien ministre de la Culture et qui, à l’époque, devait être député européen, je pense.

      Jean-Baptiste Kempf : Peut-être. Aujourd’hui il fait un travail qui est plutôt bien en tant que médiateur civique de la République [Défenseur des droits], je crois que ce qu’il fait est plutôt pas mal. Il m’avait gonflé. Une fois je l’ai croisé, je lui ai dit qu’il n’avait rien compris au sujet et je crois qu’il m’a dit : « C’est possible, je n’ai rien compris ! »

      Frédéric Couchet : Donc l’HADOPI a répondu à côté ou n’a pas compris le sujet, aujourd’hui, légalement, comment ça se passe ?

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      Home Infusion Nurse, RN - Accredo

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      POSITION SUMMARY

      TERRITORY COULD COVER BISMARK, MINOT AND JAMESTOWN AND SURROUNDING AREAS AS NEEDED.

      Not all home infusion opportunities are the same. For RNs who want to grow their skills with new/specialty infusion therapies, while having greater flexibility, ownership, and serenity than what is experienced in more high-impact, high-stress environments, we encourage you to rethink what s most important about your career.

      Put your love for helping people into action by building trust and providing guidance to people in need of medical expertise and compassion. You will serve not only as an administrator of in-home IV Infusion medical treatment, response management and follow-up care, but a coach to empower patients through training on treatment regimen, condition management and treatment self-administration when appropriate. You will also own the overall well-being of your patients by coordinating with Pharmacists and Therapeutic Resource Center (TRC) staff on patient needs and logistical concerns regarding infusion sites.

      This is a chance to build relationships, apply your resourcefulness, and be the RN you dreamed of when you decided on your life s work. Because it all matters.

      QUALIFICATIONS OF THE HOME INFUSION NURSE RN:

      * Registered Nurse (RN) license

      * State license(s) in good standing must be licensed in all practicing states

      * High School Diploma or GED, plus 8-11 years of relevant work experience with a Nursing Diploma or

      * 5-8 years of relevant experience with an ASN degree or

      * 2-5 years of relevant experience with a BSN degree

      * 1+ years as a specialty RN in a critical care, acute, or home healthcare environment

      * Strong IV insertion skills

      * Critical care experience and/or home infusion experience strongly preferred

      * Valid driver s license

      * Ability to travel within an assigned geographic area

      * Flexibility to work alternate shifts on short notice and be on call for field visits as determined by business needs

      * Home internet access

      It s about being willing to go the extra mile. Want to hear what life at Express Scripts is like from one of our specialty nurses? Check out Encapsulated - The Express Scripts Podcast here: bit.ly/EncapsulatedSpecialtyNurse.

      As a vital contributor to our FORTUNE 25 organization, you can expect all the resources and support you need to excel on behalf of our patients. Add to that our full suite of total rewards*:

      BENEFITS OF THE HOME INFUSION NURSE RN:

      * Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance

      * 401K with Company Match

      * Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays

      * Internal Career Training Resources

      * Door-to-Door Pay and Mileage Reimbursement

      *Most of these benefits are available to part-time and per diem roles. Medical/Dental insurance not offered for per diem.

      ABOUT ACCREDO

      Accredo is the Express Scripts Specialty Pharmacy.

      A leading provider of specialty pharmacy services, Accredo improves care for patients through behavioral and clinical expertise. We offer a broad range of healthcare products and services for individuals with chronic health conditions, such as growth hormone deficiencies, hepatitis C, hemophilia, oncology, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. We also provide comprehensive patient management services, including clinical care management programs, counseling, education, outcomes measurement, social services and reimbursement services.

      ABOUT EXPRESS SCRIPTS

      At Express Scripts, we dare to imagine a better health care system, and we re driven to make it happen. Where some see obstacles, we see possibilities. We re challengers, difference-makers and opportunity-seekers, united with our partners in pursuit of a simpler, more sustainable system and better health for all.

      We have always acted first to take on the toughest challenges. We uniquely partner across the health care ecosystem to uncover opportunities, take action, advance health care and deliver better outcomes like no one else can. We believe health care can do more. We are Champions For BetterSM.

      Express Scripts, part of Cigna Corporation, unlocks new value in pharmacy, medical and beyond to further total health for all..

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      What To Know About Buying Long-Term Care Insurance

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      'Friends Talk Money' podcast experts' tips on long-term care insurance.
                

      Ep 35 | Tonya Eberhart | Founder and Author of Brand Face

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      Tonya Eberhart is the founder of BrandFace® and Branding Agent to Business Stars. She’s also the author of four books on personal branding. 

      Tonya’s humble career began while selling vacuum cleaners door to door to pay her way through college.  That led to a job in radio, where she observed local business owners who were featured in their own advertising and positioned as local celebrities in the market. That’s when she realized the power that personal branding has on a business.

      Almost two decades and many successful brands later, she founded BrandFace®, a personal branding firm comprised of a book series, speaking series, and personal branding program that is designed to
      help business owners & entrepreneurs differentiate themselves. 

      Join Heather Simpson and Tonya in this interview on the She Leads Me Podcast. 

      Check out her book:
      https://www.amazon.com/BrandFace-Entrepreneurs-UPDATED-Business-Industry/dp/0578408546/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1563999155&sr=8-1-spons

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      Divine in the Differences, feat Indigo Rose – Romans 1:24 – 2:8, 1 Corinthians 12:12-31

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      As a way to be more inclusive and expand these podcasts even more, we are going to feature conversations with Queer Theology podcast listeners. For the next couple of weeks, we will interview different folks and they will share with us their favorite Bible stories and their own journey.  This week, we interviewed Indigo Rose […]
                

      Trevor Booker details wild culture inside Wizards organization: ‘I’m just glad I got out alive’

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      Trevor Booker has seen a lot throughout his time in the NBA. On an episode of “The HoopsHype Podcast” this week, Booker detailed his wild beginning with the Washington Wizards — where he spent his first four seasons in the league from 2010-14. “It was the most terrible team that I've probably been on, but it was probably the most fun I've ever had in the NBA,” Booker said.
                

      Steve Kerr discusses 'Kevin Durant jealous of LeBron James' narrative

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      Golden State coach Steve Kerr was a guest on Bill Simmons' "The Book of Basketball 2.0" podcast, and the two had the following exchange: Simmons: "My theory -- I'm not sure if I'm right -- but I think he thought when he won the title that first year ... and he really outdueled LeBron -- I think leaving that series, people were like, 'Wow, that guy was just better than LeBron in a Finals,' -- and he thought that was gonna be it: 'KD made the right move. "And instead people were like, 'F--k that guy, we're still not giving it to you.
                

      Former Patriot Chris Long knows what Patriots will hear from Belichick after loss

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      Back in 2016, Long only lost twice en route to his first Super Bowl championship: once to the Bills in Week 4, when Jacoby Brissett was the starting quarterback; once to the Seahawks in Week 10. Long joined the Ringer's Ryen Russillo Podcast and explained that most of what we've heard of Bill Belichick in those meetings is true.
                

      The Gift of Suffering for Jesus' Sake

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      Today, Pastor Donnie Berry brings a message about "The Gift of Suffering for Jesus", part 9 of the "Journey Into Joy" sermon series, as we recognize International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, and you can find the full sermon notes in the resources below. We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch our sermons every week, or listen to them on Apple Podcasts or
      Spotify.


                

      Joy in Humility

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      Today, Pastor Phil Schaefer brings a message about "Joy in Humility," part 8 of the "Journey Into Joy" sermon series, and you can find the full sermon notes in the resources below. We hope this message encourages you and helps you know Jesus in a more real way. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch our sermons every week, or listen to them on Apple Podcasts or
      Spotify.


                

      "Мадонна Литта покидала Эрмитаж лишь четырежды за свою историю"

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      Media Relations Manager

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      Media Relations ManagerMarketing and CommunicationsUniversity of Iowa Health CareUniversity of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics""recognized as one of the best hospitals in the United States""is Iowa's only comprehensive academic medical center and a regional referral center. Each day more than 12,000 employees, students, and volunteers work together to provide safe, quality health care and excellent service for our patients. Simply stated, our mission is: Changing Medicine. Changing Lives. -The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics department of Marketing and Communications is seeking a Media Relations Manager to oversee media relations activities for University of Iowa Health Care, which includes University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Stead Family Children's Hospital, Carver College of Medicine and the physician community. This individual will be responsible for developing strategic communications plans; successfully managing relationships with the media, identifying and pitching stories to local, national, and trade media; tracking outcomes; and leading the media relations team.Duties to include:STRATEGYIn conjunction with Director of Stragegic Communications, prepares and executes annual media relations plan to support UI Health Care's strategic plan and major initiativesSupports national thought leadership platform, messaging, and initiativesWorks with priority service lines and Marketing and Communications leads to understand business plans and strategies, and create plans to support Collaborates on media planning with the University of Iowa, other colleagues, and external resourcesTracks local, state, and national trends in health care and acts on those that are relevant to UI Health CareUnderstands strategy and relevant issues with local, state, and national legislation and serves as liaison with public policy teamMEDIA RELATIONSServes as primary media contact and spokesperson for UI Health CareBriefs and prepares senior leaders, faculty, and staff for major interviewsReceives and strategically manages media inquiries Identifies and pitches stories for national, state, and local coverage -Writes communications plans, statements, talking points, news releases, Q&As, backgrounders, and other materialsEstablishes strong working relationships with key media representativesCreates and maintains an online news roomPLANNINGReports on key performance indicators and progress toward communication and outreach goals, per media relations plans Identifies key topics and trends in the news that match our areas of strength and proactively connects media with our expertsLEADERSHIPPotentially serve as coach/team lead for Media Relations teamHelps to ensure team has appropriate resources, clear direction, and support Assists with supervision of student workersEnsures compliance with all UI Health Care and UI policies and proceduresCRISIS PLANNING -Updates and regularly maintains the crisis communications plan and trains Marketing and Communications team members on their roleServes as the Public Information Officer (PIO) for University of Iowa Health Care and is main liaison for coordination of messaging with Marketing and Communications team, including web, social media, and internal communications, during actual and scenario crisis DEVELOPMENT AND ISSUES MANAGEMENTRecommends and develops message strategy and communications plan for issues managementAddresses new and anticipates potential issues with background research, and writes briefsAbility to effectively interpret and transmit information for internal and external audiences.INNOVATIONIdentifies trends in channel development and technology and works with internal and external stakeholders to analyze and makes recommendations to Director of CommunicationsSeeks innovative ways to tell our stories Maximizes the use of video and graphics COLLABORATIONWorks closely with others in Marketing and Communications (e.g., web, social media, marketing, internal communications, etc.) to share contentDevelops and manages productive relationships with UI Health Care senior leadership, UI Office of Strategic Communications, and other internal and external stakeholders and customers.Represents UI Health Care on various internal or external committees, agencies, and associationsPROCESSTracks and reports on key performance indicators and progress toward communication and outreach goals, per media relations plansMaximizes the capabilities and efficiencies of tools used by the team (e.g., Jira, TVEyes, Meltwater, SharePoint, etc.)Creates and maintains an online news roomMaintains central database of media contacts and editorial calendarIdentifies rapid-response protocol for breaking news and collaborates with others including social media and internal communicationsApplies and upholds UI Health Care brand standards and editorial styleOther duties as assigned -Required QualificationsBachelor's degree in a related field such as communications or public relations or equivalent amount of education and experience.Minimum of five years of media relations or public relations experienceExperience working directly with journalistsExperience in developing and implementing strategic communications plansExcellent oral and written communications skillsAbility to effectively collaborate and work in a team environmentAbility to build and maintain strong relationshipsbility to use a wide range of channels, media, and technology to tell stories (e.g., video, photography, podcasts, etc.) Self-motivated, thrives in a fast-paced environment, with the innate drive to learn and pick up new challenges Ability to work effectively with senior executivesAbility to think strategically and creativelyDesirable QualificationsProfessional experience in the health care industryExperience presenting to large groupsExperience working in a large organizationProven ability to supervise staffApplication Process: In order to be considered, applicants must upload a resume and cover letter (under submission relevant materials) that clearly address how they meet the listed required and desired qualifications of this position. Job openings are posted for a minimum of 14 calendar days. Applications will be accepted until at least 11:59 PM on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. Successful candidates will be subject to a criminal background check. This position is not eligible for University sponsorship for employment authorization.
                

      Deliver Driver Rockstars

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      Restaurant Delivery Driver Listening to podcasts. Catching up with an old friend on the phone. Exploring your city. No - that---s not a recap of a relaxing Sunday afternoon, it---s all part of being a DELIVERY DRIVER at Bite Squad. With Bite Squad---s flexible scheduling and independent work-style, you can provide a great experience for our customers while still having a great time yourself. All shifts available - days/nights, weekdays/weekends, part-time/full-time. We---re partnered with--DAILYPAY- so you---ll never need to wait until Pay Day to have access to your funds! Why Bite Squad?
      • Earn great money - we provide an hourly wage + tips + reimbursements.
      • DailyPay available - pull your earnings at any time within the pay period
      • $100 Bonus after you complete your first 100 deliveries
      • Flexible schedules - set your own availability
      • You will be a W2 employee, not a contractor
      • Opportunities for long-term growth (management)
      • Tons of support (Live dispatch, 24/7 customer service, local team)
      • Company discounts at vendors such as Jiffy Lube and Verizon Wireless -- Delivery Driver Requirements:
        • Have your own vehicle with insurance
        • Valid driver's license for a minimum of two years
        • Pass a motor vehicle background check
        • Own an iPhone or Android -- -- Previous delivery experience is not necessary. Great opportunity for anyone looking for part-time or full-time work, extra income, night or weekend shifts - extra cash! We welcome drivers from other delivery services such as Grubhub, DoorDash, Caviar, Postmates, AmazonFresh, Instacart, Lyft, UberEats or Uber. With flexibility in scheduling, we can work around a second job or school schedule. Bite Squad's standard employment offers all of the perks that come with W2 employment including standard pay stubs / wage verification, access to Worker's Comp and other health benefits & regularity in pay. We love our drivers and encourage all to hit their Squad Goals! --
                

      Autumn Sketch Fest XII

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      This one is for the guys at the Talking Joe podcast, about all things G I Joe - which you can find here .
                

      What is the hymen? Rapper T.I. takes 18-year-old daughter Deyjah to gynecologist every year to ensure it is intact

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      Rapper T.I. shocked many fans when he revealed during an appearance on Tuesday’s episode of Ladies Like Us podcast that he takes his 18-year-old daughter Deyjah to the gynecologist every year to check that her hymen is still intact. T.I. made the shocking revelation when Ladies Like Us podcast hosts […]

                

      Pflanzliche Mittel gegen Depression

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      Sukadev spricht in diesem Vortrag über pflanzliche Mittel gegen Depression.

      Mehr Information dazu findest du hier.

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      Communications Manager

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      NFPA seeks a professional who can create and manage communications and promotional campaigns for key programs, including creation and maintenance of content for related websites and digital media properties. The person would also provide planning and logistical support for several related events, and help drive growth in member engagement with NFPA services. - -Responsibilities include:Create original communications in print, web and digital media platforms, designed to inform members and other audiences of NFPA services and achievements, and to achieve goals for engagement.Track and report metrics for related programs and services, and organize discussions and planning aimed at achieving goals through use of communications.Manage production and promotion of podcasts.Manage and maintain the content for Wordpress-based websites aimed at promoting NFPA"---s workforce development activities.Provide logistical planning and support services for a series of modest-sized regionally-focused meetings.We"---re looking for candidates with:A bachelor"---s degree in a relevant field.One to three years of experience in a similar capacity.Proven organizational and communication skills.The ability to use good judgment in complex situations.Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.Ability to use website content management systems, such as WordPress. Adobe Creative Cloud capabilities are a plus.Some travel is required. NFPA offers and upbeat work environment, flexible work schedule, competitive compensation, and complete employee benefits. - -
                

      11.04.19. The Airships: UFOs in the 1890s

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      This week we look at a historical UFO mystery, involving a flap of sightings in the skies over America between 1896 and 1897 of odd "airships" of unexplained origin.

      The post 11.04.19. The Airships: UFOs in the 1890s appeared first on The Micah Hanks Program.


                

      Der ComunioPodcast – Folge 16: Sympathische Preis-Leistungs-Monster

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      Das Kovac-Aus geht natürlich auch am ComunioPodcast nicht spurlos vorüber. Flo und Flo analysieren die Situation beim FC Bayern und besprechen alle wichtigen Themen zum 11. Bundesliga-Spieltag

      Der Beitrag Der ComunioPodcast – Folge 16: Sympathische Preis-Leistungs-Monster erschien zuerst auf ComunioMagazin.


                

      #186 ROYCE GRACIE Audio Book Chapter 7

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      Ep186 -UNGOOGLEABLE-
      “Audio Book Chapter 7”
      Royce Gracie “The Messenger”
      My publisher wanted me to charge for the audio book version but I decided not to. I’ll be releasing my new book chapter by chapter in its audio format for free here on my podcast. In this episode I read to you Chapter 7 Royce Gracie “The Messenger” plus insights to current projects I’m working on. To everyone who’s purchased the hard copy book I thank you with all my heart. For anyone who hasn’t picked up a copy you can grab yours here: •GRAB YOUR COPY OF MY NEW BOOK•

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      Venkatesh Rao on Waldenponding

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      Writer and management consultant Venkatesh Rao talks about Waldenponding with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Rao coined the term Waldenponding to describe various levels of retreating from technology akin to how Thoreau extolled the virtues of retreating from social contact and leading a quieter life at Walden Pond. Rao argues that the value of Waldenponding is overrated and that extreme Waldenponding is even somewhat immoral. Rao sees online intellectual life as a form of supercomputer, an intellectual ecosystem that produces new knowledge and intellectual discourse. He encourages all of us to contribute to that intellectual ecosystem even when it can mean losing credit for some of our ideas and potentially some of our uniqueness.

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      Intro. [Recording date: September 13, 2019.]

      Russ Roberts: Today is September, 13 2019 and my guest is writer and management consultant, Venkatesh Rao, founder and Editor-in-Chief of Ribbonfarm. Our topic for today is a piece from his newsletter about the seductive nature of our devices and social media and it is called "Against Waldenponding." "Against Waldenponding." Venkat, welcome to EconTalk.

      Venkatesh Rao: Great to be here, Russ. Thanks for having me on.

      Russ Roberts: So what do you mean by Waldenponding? Which is a phrase--I don't think it's going to catch on, but I loved it.

      Venkatesh Rao: I don't know about that. I think it's already caught on, at least in my circles. I did a little Twitter poll and one-third of the people in my feed had heard of it from me, but a bunch of people had heard it not from me. So that's a good measure of inception[?] and the zeitgeist. But yeah, it started, like most things do with me these days--I don't know--a gentle insult to troll some of my friends in tech who I think act a little too, I don't know, solemn, [?self-?] serious about the threat of digital devices hacking our brains. So it started out as an insult. Then I did a little Twitter thread on it and realized I meant it more seriously than I was admitting to myself. Then it turned into a newsletter. Then I did another for part two. And since then I've been sort of exploring the concept all over the place in Twitter and other places.

      So the basic idea is: You've got this trend of people advocating some sort of retreat from digital media, and of course Waldenponding is a reference to Thoreau's Walden. So, the idea of not necessarily literally retreating to a log cabin in the woods to meditate--though a lot of people actually do some literal version of that--but somewhere on the spectrum of being very online to being completely offline by Waldenpond, any measure of retreat along that axis is what I call Waldenponding. And the pieces I have been sort of developing as sort of a critical pieces advocating against that. There, I argue that Waldenponding is actually a bad thing and it's sort of a misframing of a problem. It's the wrong response to the, whatever is going on there; and there's more effective ways of engaging with digital technology.

      Russ Roberts: Yeah. I want to read an excerpt from your, I'm going to call it an essay. It's a set of bullet points really. A numbered set of points that tie together. But you say "The crude caricature"--you're talking about Waldenponding:

      The crude caricature is "smash your smart phone and go live in a log cabin to reclaim your attention and your life from being hacked by evil social media platforms." It is less of a caricature than you might think. At an event I was just at, the opening keynote featured a guy who's literally done just that, and I know at least half a dozen people who have executed a Hard Waldenponding plan with varying degrees of literal fidelity. A great many more have implemented a sort of Soft Waldenponding, marked by digital retreat (aided by various amputation tools that sever or loosen your connection to digital prosthetics), but no log cabin.

      So you're not literally against stepping back from some technology sometimes, we should get that straight right from the beginning.

      Venkatesh Rao: Yeah, absolutely. So it's almost a critique of what you might say has become a religious doctrine around what's really just a practical matter of, on the one hand engineering design evolution on the part of tech companies, and on the part of users just getting used to a new medium and sort of swinging back and forth on the pendulum a few times before finding sort of a happy medium. And I go back to the history of technologies, and it happens with boring predictability: that you have radio and you have a generation complaining that radio is ruining our brains. You have TV, people complaining that TV is ruining our brains. You have video games, you have same complaints, right?

      And it goes back to Plato and Phaedrus and him talking about writing, having the same problem of: you are atrophying your memory by using this weird new medium called writing to preserve your thoughts. So the complaint pattern is not new. Neither is this sort of advocacy of retreat. And it's not that the, those who advocate the retreat are unaware of this long history. So Nick Carr, who I think inaugurated this particular trend of when he wrote The Shallows almost a decade ago, he actually quotes Plato and Phaedrus and says, "All right, still this time it's different. Google is making us stupid." So they're aware of the tradition, but somehow they think it's different this time, which is sort of a common pattern in these things.

      So, I would say when you approach this as a practical matter, not as a religious one, it's actually not that hard. It's--there are features available. You can put your phone into dark mode. You can build habits around other information consumption. The diagram I included in my thread has a little turnpike-type visualization of, on the one hand you have the X axis of increasing latency of information consumption. And on the Y axis you have the abstraction with which you consume information. So, you might have something like a book that's written several years after something important has happened. So it's several years lagging. But because it's able to go deep and analyze at higher levels of abstraction, it goes up on the Y axis as well. So that's one extreme.

      And on the other extreme, you have a real life sense of what's going on on Twitter today and life sense of sophisticated conversations happening. So it's not all shared posting. So if you're able to go up and down the turnpike to suit your needs, you will sort of meet your informational needs. And I think what ends up happening when these people react against people doing just that, making their own decisions on where to be along that axis and how much attention to allocate on each part, they make the mistake of--I think they make three mistakes. The first is they overestimate their own agency as designers of the mechanisms. So you have, for example, Tristan Harris and Nir Eyal--I don't know how to say his name--but both began their careers as actual designers of web technology--

      Russ Roberts: Yeah, that's, by the way, that's Nir Eyal. And he's coming to EconTalk in a couple months. Carry on.

      Venkatesh Rao: Absolutely. You should ask him about this stuff. And I think both are great people, very thoughtful people. They've seen the design side of this stuff. They've actually worked on hacking attention-type technologies with tech companies. And then they've kind of had almost like a finding-religion moment where they've gone to the other side and sort of in their mind recognized sort of the dark side of this technology. And, they're now in this sort of evangelical mode where some of it almost sounds like an AA [Alcoholics Anonymouse] program where it's like you have to admit you're powerless and the godlike technology has hacked your attention and you have to admit that there's a higher power and you're powerless. I get a very AA vibe from it.

      And I think so that's one mistake they make. Just because they've been involved in the design of this sort of attention-manipulation technologies, they overestimate the actual importance of that element of the puzzle.

      The second thing they do is they underestimate the actual level of agency we, as users, bring to our information consumption choices. And I don't think that they actually stop to think too hard about the, what I think is the null hypothesis here, which is that if I'm spending say 50% of my time shit-posting on Twitter, 30% writing random little threads on newsletters and only say, 5%, working on "big, serious, solemn" papers and books, that's actually an attention allocation I might want. If I'm watching five hours of TV a day, that's an attention allocation I might want. So I think they underestimate the degree to which there is actually conscious agency here and they attribute too much to the evil UI [User Interface] designers.

      And the third thing that I think is part of their big mistake is: they don't realize the extent to which the behaviors we are now experimenting with across the board are actually a response to a much bigger thing. Namely, the information environment has in fact radically shifted. So it's not just a matter of like, you know, clever UI designers are designing infinite scrolling, patterns with sub-microsecond insertions into the attention loop. It is actually, genuinely the case that several orders of magnitude more information has come online, and our old ways of processing information that were sort of evolved in scarcity environments, they just don't work anymore. So everything we are trying, from being like, you know, gonzo present in live Twitter feeds all the way to the other end where you retreat to a log cabin and only read ancient Greek classics--this entire spectrum of experimentation represents very useful and important evolutionary adaptations experiments. And you kind of have to let these things run and figure out what works.

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      Russ Roberts: So, a part of that--let me try to summarize that in some of the ways we've been talking about these topics here recently on EconTalk. So, one issue is this addictive question; and you're suggesting that some of that is overrated in terms of how addictive they can make it. And the second is, we have some control over it obviously. I think the question on that is, is whether we get control of it by taking it off our smartphone--a particular app that we have trouble not going to all the time--versus, say, regulating these companies. And listeners know I'm a big fan of letting cultural response to this happen. And you're making the, I think very relevant, point that this is such an early change, the idea that we're going to just stay as we are in how we interact with this technology is absurd. We're going to change in all kinds of ways and we need some time to do that. I think that's very wise.

      The deeper point, of course, also you make is that people enjoy these things. We like these things. It's fun. It's not addiction: that's just a word to vilify it and it's a puritanical concept to make it sound wicked or evil.

      The third point, which I would also react to, about longer, deeper dives in deeper ideas: The question is whether that seems to have gotten harder. I know for me, I'm 64 and maybe I'm just getting older, but my ability to sit with a text without interrupting it, with email checking, Twitter checking and other types of distraction seems to have changed. Now, that could be because I haven't reacted correctly or fully to this new information stream. It could be, though, that there is something here to be concerned about. The question is what should we do about that concern?

      And I think there's a final point I want to add onto that you make I think is the real, in many ways the punchline: We have this cornucopia, this incredible perfusion of stimulus. Some of it is very superficial and just a little dopamine hit of 'I got another follower.' Some of it as superficial as you point out, because it's gossip about somebody's habits online. They're up there with some shortcoming that people want to wave around. That feels a lot like a waste of time. But, if we're careful, that's not the way we spend most of our time on Twitter. It's not the way we spend most of our time on social media. It's not the way we spend most of our time online. There's such extraordinary riches up and down the line of depth versus superficial, which is one of the ways of thinking of the axis that you're describing.

      And it's a glorious time to be alive. You know, I think moaning and complaining about how horrible it is, it's a form of virtue signaling, obviously. It's part of--you allude to that in various point, times in your essay. But I think the right way to think about this is: As individuals, let's make a choice. Here we have this unbelievable menu. Yes, there's some really fattening, unhealthy things down at this part of the buffet. But this other part of the buffett--and some of that's, it's fun. You can have an ice cream cone now and then. You don't want to eat it all day, but the rest of the time, you've got this extraordinary profusion of ideas and opportunities to learn and explore. And just the question is: How do we navigate that?

      Venkatesh Rao: So I want to react to a couple of things you said because, the way you framed your response to the trends so far is almost--it's an apologist's mode of--it overemphasizes actually the very criticisms that drive Waldenponding, which I think are actually wrong. So if you actually look at the things they're recommending--so, take for example, academic papers or academic books and I come from the academic world, same as you. I spent several years in my Ph.D. and postdoc research diving into archival journals, technical textbooks. And my background is in mechanical and aerospace engineering. And it might not be as bad as say, social psychology, but honestly, 90% of all papers and technical materials I read was junk. And I hated it.

      And my own papers--I'm not going to spend my career as anything great. But I think I was an okay researcher. I got maybe a few citations for the few papers I wrote while I was in academic research. But when I moved over to the blogosphere, it's so much a richer environment, and the conversation gets smarter and better so much faster. So, my best blog posts, they've gotten thousands and thousands of reactions and wonderful conversations have come out that. Things that never happened with my academic work, which kind of languish in obscurity. And most academic work, by the way, deserves to languish in obscurity. You'll see this comment a lot in sort of hard line, 'Twitter is good'-people, which I include myself in. Where you'd say things like, 'That book should be a blog post at best and the heated blog post should just be a Twitter thread.'

      And this assessment that we are all coming to in my corner of the discourse is because we're starting to see that the appearance and formal structure of depth does not equal actual depth. So the, what I think of as the traditional literary industrial complex of academia, TED talks, very high gravitas, newspaper op-eds and stuff, it has the form and structure of depth. You look at it and you think, 'Hey, this should be good, deep stuff.' But it's not. I mean, you look at the New York Times op-ed section--it's like warmed over, recycled one-week-late clickbaiting that's actually picking up where Twitter leaves off. And the original conversation on Twitter ends up being, like higher signal, lower noise, more interesting and more current than the NewYork op-ed version of it. You look at half the books that come out--they're the same.

      So I want to sort of point that out that so this is not a both sides-ist argument. This is actually a comment on humanity. Humans come in grades of, like, sophistication, shallowness, superficiality of interests, depth of interests. And you will find people in every medium who are going deep and doing, like, profoundly interesting things, exploring information spaces. And you will find 90% of people using whatever form the medium offers to produce honestly, bullshit.

      17:33

      Russ Roberts: Yeah, well--Venkat, I just want to react to that for a sec because I think you're onto something there. The part that--I know you're critiquing my critique a little bit--but, the part I want to really agree with is that a lot of this worry about social media is a form of condescension. It's basically, 'Well, I know how to handle it, of course. I'm sophisticated. I'm deep. I'm thoughtful. It's them, the masses, the rest of the folks. They need help. They need to be controlled because they can't control themselves.' There is a definite paternalism there that I do not like; and I want to make it clear that I don't embrace that.

      Venkatesh Rao: Absolutely. There's several dimensions to this. So there's, the one I was going after is almost like foreign structure conflation in understanding media. You're pointing out the sort of elite-versus-commoner relationship of condescension and sort of.

      Actually, riffing a little bit more on that, that's been a sort of ongoing theme for about 20 years in conversations about digital media. Right? I mean, you had Surowiecki with his Wisdom of Crowds book. I think that was 2002. So we've been having this conversation for at least a couple of decades, and we now know a lot more. I mean, this is an economics podcast and to a large extent what we're talking about really is in some sense, efficiency and intelligence of information markets. Right? And, 'wisdom of crowds' is a thing. There are times when crowds can act stupid and insane where they uncritically just repeat each other.

      But there's other times when crowds are actually constituted of individuals who bring a lot of private knowledge and they're kind of adding a lot of intelligence, and mechanisms sort of coordinate and wire that information together. And a larger emergent intelligence appears.

      And we are very familiar with one mechanism by which this happens, namely the economic markets, which is the focus of your world. But I think we are just seeing the emergence of an entirely different mechanism that works on the same principles. And I've written quite a bit about this as well, both in the original thread and in subsequent tweets and newsletters. But I think of this as what I call the graph mind. You can call it the high brain. I also think of it as the global social computer in the cloud.

      But, the idea is that this is an extraordinarily powerful computing and intelligence-extracting mechanism that functions something like a market. It's a big distributed computer. But to participate in it, you have to be willing to let your individuality be subsumed in the larger conversation.

      So, when you're on Twitter and bantering back and forth with a bunch of other smart people, what you say and what you do and the memes and the clever coinages you come up with--that matters. But who you are doesn't. So this is why one of my metrics of success for myself as a blogger and very online person is, there's nothing better than seeing a meme that you helped create, sort of propagate through the wilderness of social media and nobody knows where it came from. I'm often like really pleased when that happens.

      And I've done that a few times. Like one of the coinages I have been credited with is the phrase 'premium mediocre,' which comes from an article I wrote called "The Premium Mediocre Life of Maya Millennial." That blog was a viral hit; a lot of people appreciated it. But what I loved even more was: as that idea percolated through the zeitgeist, through the global social computer in the cloud, and I do Twitter searches, a lot of people are now starting to use it in roughly the way I intended in coining it, and have no idea where it came from. And it's lovely. It's like I have added a small, I don't know, a vitamin pill of intelligence to the discourse, and it's hopefully making the competition and processing of information a little bit more efficient. So, my reaction to this is both surprise and delight at being able to do this.

      But for a lot of people, the reaction when this happens is utter dismay. They feel they've been appropriated; they feel their best thinking has been diluted and leaked out into the wilderness rather than captured and monetized.

      And I think that comes from the sense of what I've been calling 'fear of being ordinary.' So you've got 'fear of missing out,' which is a syndrome we sometimes think of people like myself having, which is we're online all the time and are afraid we'll miss some exciting new thing that happens. But fear of being ordinary is when you let yourself be that online sort of gonzo present in social media, you kind of lose your individuality and you become just part of this computational soup. And great things come out of the computational soup, but chances are you're not going to get what you think of is the appropriate level of credit for that. So Waldenponding in one sense is a retreat to reclaim your individuality.

      So, I have been playing around with metaphors like: you're doing an attention stock buyback and shrinking sort of your presence even at the expense of doing less in the world; You claim more credits for what you do in fact do. So there's a fear of being ordinary. You want to live in a domain where you can claim authorial credit--authorship for the ideas you come up with. You want to be a legible part of a tradition you want to associate yourself with. Like, I looked up your work and you're--what is it?--a fourth generation Chicago school economist, right? And that's a well known legible tradition. You can draw genealogy of generations of economists who worked on a set of ideas and you can trace the descent of ideas.

      So that's one kind of idea space where you can kind of trace the provenance of ideas. And that's great. And it's a kind of idea space we are very comfortable being in. It has a calculus of merit and credit and appreciation and advancement and rewards. But on the other hand, you have this great new thing coming up. It can compute answers to questions that are much more complex and subtle than we could ever compute with either the academic tradition or the market tradition or the journalistic tradition. And we have to get used to working in that mode. So my reaction to this is delight; but for a lot of people it's fear of being ordinary, fear of sort of having their individuality lost, even if the output is extraordinarily enlightened insights.

      24:11

      Russ Roberts: Yeah. So, I'll just add a couple things to that. I think that's a very deep thought actually. And I liked--you talked about the essay FOMO and FOBO--Fear of Missing Out and Fear of Being Ordinary. And my first thought was, when I read that was, 'Well, I'm not really afraid of being ordinary. I have my followers on Twitter. They see what I write. My name's attached to it.'

      But you're making a deeper point. I want to try to, let me try to expand on it a little bit. So, somebody gave me your name or I saw a reference to something you wrote on Ribbonfarm, maybe two years ago. And I looked at it, and I thought, 'You know, I'm not sure that's going to make a good EconTalk, but I wish it did. It's interesting, but I'm going to leave it alone.' I put it down and I forgot about you. And then, somewhere along the line, somehow--I don't know how--this Waldenponding piece got referenced to me.

      I didn't see you in the hall and say, 'What have you written lately?' and you said, 'Oh, You'll like this.' Somehow, and my wife always says, 'How'd you find out about X?' I always say, 'How do I know?' I don't know how to answer that. Twitter, email, suggestions. I get emails from listeners. So, let's pretend somebody actually sent this to me. It's possible. I've forgotten. I haven't keep track of it. So it's a nice idea to say, 'My guest today is Venkatesh Rao and I want to thank so-and-so for suggesting it.' I've forgotten that.

      Worse, I have a quote in my Adam Smith book that starts off 'The universe is full of dots.' And I'm not going to quote it verbatim here, but gist of the quote is: the secret is not what you can do by connecting the dots. The real question is why did you leave out all the other dots you could have included? It's a deep and beautiful way to talk about cherry picking. And people think I said that, because it's in my book; it gets quoted on Twitter all the time. I didn't say it. Sam Thomsen, who I don't know; but I like to point it out. Because it's such a wonderful quote, I like to give him credit.

      But as you're pointing out now, you can argue that it's really not important who gets the credit. Now, our egos want the credit. And you could argue as an economist--I'm not going to--that by giving credit, we encourage people to look for more ideas. I think that's kind of silly. I don't think that's why we're generating ideas and clever thoughts. Some of it it's ego. Some of it it's just the part of being human and the delight we get in wordplay.

      So Waldenponding--I don't think you sat around saying, 'This is going to make me more money. I'm going to get to be on more media and I'm going to be able to charge more when I speak.' You just enjoyed the phrase. You thought of it. It was a moment of eureka.

      But the other point I want to make--and I think this, to come back to your, this idea of the fear of being ordinary--I think there's a tribalism and an identity issue here. So, I'm much less of a Chicago economist than I was when I came out of graduate school. I've sort of shucked off some of that identity. It's kind of a, more like my town than where I live now. And I kind of like that. I'm proud of it because it is this heritage and tradition; and I kind of like that I've moved away. I've made my own distance from it. But I have a new identity. I have a new set of clothes, a new set of style.

      And I think what you're suggesting is, is that when you we are on the internet, when we're in these social media clouds and soups and stews, and we have all these wonderful words to try to capture this emergent phenomenon called the wisdom of network conversation--when I'm in that, I kind of don't have an identity. And I think that's your point. I don't have that tribal feeling. And I do think--although I could have my tribes within it, of course: I can't help myself there. I tend to find tribes on my social media, and I think that's a human impulse we have. But ultimately, I'm submerged in the tribe. I'm submerged in Twitter.

      And what you're suggesting--and I'm going to try it out and see what you think--kind of suggesting: 'Okay, Twitter is--there's some really bad neighborhoods in Twitter. And there's some high rise apartments that look really beautiful, but once you get inside them, they're not so great. But there's also this wonderful back and forth. There's this neighborhood bar, that's virtual, where I can go hang out. And it's--unlike the bar in "Cheers," nobody knows your name. They know it literally because they see what your Twitter handle is. But, you're creating something.'

      And I think the idea that that is something noble, that that is something human, that that is something that's actually productive even, is--it's a novel idea. I think most of us think of it as just entertainment. And that's totally wrong. And I think one of your many insights here is that, you're actually participating in something quite grand that you're not even probably aware of, as is true of any emergent phenomena. We always use the ant and the ant colony. The ant knows nothing about the purpose of the ant colony. It just has this very narrow task of, say, dropping pheromones for other ants to follow to the trail of where the food is. They don't realize what the consequences are, don't think about it. So here we are, just kind of fooling around, yelling. Got my megaphone--it's a very small megaphone--on these social media platforms. And, as we all talk together, we create something unique.

      So I think it's a really beautiful idea and it's not an easy idea to sell, but I like it. And I think the fear of being ordinary, the FOBO worry, that I'll be submerged in this soup and only be a virtual cog of some sort. is part of what's going on here.

      Venkatesh Rao: Yeah, and you're right. It's one of those things that I think a lot of us are realizing at the same time, that there's something much deeper going on.

      And I want to sort of go back to a couple of things you said, like, think of the idea of like the dots you didn't connect or the fact that I pegged you as a Chicago school economist and you clarified that you've kind of drifted off that. So a lot of this idea of, like, ego-validating narrative construction that we think of as the history of an intellectual tradition or tradition of ideas--it's pure myth-making. It's just a pretty story we tell ourselves about what actually happened. It's a narrative on top of a lot of phenomenology. And, arguably it's a false sense of sort of historical clarity on top of a tradition that was never not murky. So Twitter has just made it impossible for us to lie about the truth of our intellectual tradition and histories. You might credit one person with sort of taking you down a bunny trail. You don't know about the six other people who are involved in the soup, and you just could not see the soup before. Now you can see the soup. You can see every connection that the soup is making.

      So that's one point to keep in mind: that it was always false. It's not that it became false now, but the soup has always been the actual foundation of the discourse.

      Another interesting idea is, you've got the famous Harry Truman quote--what is it? --'It's amazing what's possible when you don't care who gets the credit'?

      Russ Roberts: Yeah. Well, it's a good example because Harry Truman didn't say that.

      Venkatesh Rao: Exactly.

      Russ Roberts: It's gets attributed to Ronald Reagan who certainly--if Harry Truman said it, it probably didn't start with Ronald Reagan. Although it's a deep and obvious truth. So it could have been thought of by more than one person.

      As far as I know, the first example that I know of the coining[?] is in David McCullough's book on the Panama Canal. The engineer who built the canal said that; and I'm blanking on his name, which is perfect for this conversation, right? I'm not giving him the credit. I'm going to confuse him with the guy who built the Brooklyn Bridge. But the guy who built the Panama Canal, which took an enormous team of human beings in all different capacities said that, I think at least before Harry Truman. Carry on.

      Venkatesh Rao: So that's actually a wonderful example, and it's great that it kind of organically emerged in our conversation [?inaudible 00:32:26]. And interestingly, that phenomenon has a name. Have you heard of Stigler's Law of Eponymy?

      Russ Roberts: Of course. He was on my--

      Venkatesh Rao: He didn't come up with that.

      Russ Roberts: He was on my Committee, and I actually--my Ph.D Committee. But it's George Stigler we're talking about. And it's funny that you mention it because it crossed my mind about six minutes ago and I thought, 'Should I bring that up? Nah, I'll leave it alone.' Explain what it is.

      Venkatesh Rao: I think it's perfectly pertinent and it's wonderful that Stigler's Law of Eponymy was not actually coined by Stigler. And it's--you see this sort of thing all over the place. Like, these days when I do actually write a serious longer essay or book chapter and I actually do try to go and look for the provenance of various quotes, I'm amazed at how often that I find, like, True Quote Investigator or one of those sites, just how deep the bunny trail behind every false-attributed quote goes. It's like versions and versions and versions and in the end it gets lost in some murky thing 100 years ago. And I love that, because it tells me that books written 50, 60 years ago where you couldn't do this kind of research as easily are likely absolutely chock full of misattribution. So it's like rotten all the way through, the citational sort of web there. So it's kind of good that we're backing off from that.

      Russ Roberts: But describe--you say what it is, Stigler's Law of Eponymy. It's: Things named after people weren't discovered by them.

      Venkatesh Rao: Exactly. And I wouldn't sort of generalize that to all ideas. So, not just name things like children's or ideas, just in general. Like take Waldenponding. I know I thought of it independently, but I haven't actually done the research to see, like, in the 100-plus years since Thoreau, whether somebody else came up with that kind of satirical [?]--

      34:14

      Russ Roberts: Well, it's also possible that someone else thought of it; you saw it, didn't notice it; and it somehow rose in your brand. That happens to me with other people's work; but it happens to me with my own work. I think of what I think is a novel idea, and I thought of it already, but I forgot about it.

      Venkatesh Rao: Yep. So all of this, I think what we're both getting at is the absolute richness of thought and intelligence-mining that can come up if you sort of let your identity, not necessarily be dissolved--it's not like we're all joining Twitter as a cult--but sort of set it on the side. It's not like you're losing your identity. You're just not using it at the moment. And you're diving in. So much is possible. And, when you look at the opposite of vector that a lot of people are encouraging us to go on, which is Waldenponding--which ironically, by the way, the biggest evangelists are former technologists who had a hand in designing that end. And this is like a historical pattern. The biggest evangelist for religion are the ones who left the opposing religion. Right? And it's when you've talked to--

      Russ Roberts: Sure. More Catholic than the Pope. That's where it comes--that's what that expression is about. Right? The convert is more Catholic than the Pope. It's a real thing.

      Venkatesh Rao: And you see, when you talk to, like, regular people who are not part of the Silicon Valley tech economy like we are, they're actually not as--I don't know--they don't take this as seriously. They're just rolling with it and figuring it out as they go along. And most of them are doing a reasonably good job.

      Now, this doesn't mean there aren't elements of what they're doing that aren't valuable. I do think, whereas the overall shaming campaign of shaming the tech companies into like broad manifesto-ish stuff that's, like, not helpful. There may be specific ideas of, 'All right, turn off this dark pattern; have this ability to clear dark mode.'

      All those are maybe good, but I do want to point out one exception to this general critique, which is: when you have these large, bottom-up platforms of, like, participatory conversations, and something like national cybersecurity agency with like very trained operatives gets in and they are running the equal end of information special ops and misinformation campaigns and things like that, that's something that you do have to kind of take seriously and as a special case of what's happening.

      So, hacking of election discourses and things like that is what I'm getting at. So there, yeah. But that's a very special case and that's not something the general Waldenponding, [?] retreat, works on. But the reason I'm bringing that up is if you look at this conversation we've been having it for about 15, 20 years--Nick Carr, Cal Newport on Deep Work, all that stuff. But it got particularly acute in the last three or four years for a couple of unrelated reasons. One is, you've got all this political-grade [?] and just the general PTSD [Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder] of being online at a toxic time. And a lot of that is caused very deliberately by focused bad actors. So, that's one thing that's getting conflated. And the other is that whether it's caused by Russian spies or, you know, generally a lot of toxic baggage being aired, part of the retreat is a pattern of healing rather than actual adaptation to a new information environment. And this, I think, is actually a legitimate thing. So, if you are, say, in, particularly in the politics part of Twitter and you're a good fit and you've been enjoying being part of the big soup computer since before 2016, but in 2016, it just got a little too toxic and you retreated--I think that's a good thing. That's a kind of information-processing hygiene that we all have to develop. We have to learn to retreat when the psychological stress is too much and then go back in when we've kind of recovered and healed a bit. So, managing your sort of emotional reactions to the discourse is actually important.

      But this again I would argue is just more intense and democratic right now. But it's always been the case. Like you could have been in an academic seminar 30 years ago where a rude older faculty member sort of said something rude and you had to go away and go on a vacation to recover from the trauma, right?

      Russ Roberts: Yeah. You got beat up. Yeah.

      Venkatesh Rao: It's a learning process.

      38:32

      Russ Roberts: I want to give an example of that. And then I want to challenge your--might want to draw the boundary in a different place. So, I'm pretty active on Twitter. Sometimes I worry I'm too active. I do think if I'm not careful, I'm down in the bottom left-hand corner of your diagram on small-minded things--it's more like gossip rather than the deep exchange of ideas. And I recently--it's just it's bizarre, but it took me this long to have this cultural response--I recently started blocking people. And I feel bad--which is funny. Somebody comes online, who follows me on Twitter, somebody tweets; they are nasty. Potentially sometimes antisemitic. They are, at a minimum, rude. And the thing they do that starts to bother me so much that I now put it in my profile on Twitter is: they assume the worst about me and don't bother finding out what I actually think or say.

      Russ Roberts: And I just block them. I want to say it's in my profile: I say I now block people who do that. And at first, I thought, like, 'It makes me comfortable.' But what it's really like is a guy is, you're out in your yard and a guy comes down the street, his windows are down in his car and he yells some antisemitic or grotesque insult to you. And it's one thing to say, 'Well, just don't listen to it.' But that's hard to do. It's really hard to do. It's much better just to say, 'I'm going to go inside now. I'm not going to let this guy bug me. I'm not going to let him get at me.' And so now I just block him; and it's fantastic. It is a way to cope with this emotional part of this that I think we're really unprepared for it.

      The other example, the other metaphor I like for this--and you can steal this, thank God, and use it in your own: pretend you thought of it--is, to me, Twitter is like somebody putting a bumper sticker on my car. Right? I'm driving down the street. All of a sudden somebody slaps a bumper sticker on my car about my identity or myself. And it's like, 'No, no, no. I get to decide what bumper sticker goes on my car.' And I think that's the dark side of Twitter. And I just block people who put bumper stickers on my car that aren't really describing what kind of person I am. Okay. So, you want to say something: Go ahead.

      Venkatesh Rao: Oh, yeah: I think that's a very important point. And I actually made this point in a couple of newsletters ago: that social media has an addictive bias. You're encouraged to acquire followers, post more and more. And it has very few subtracting mechanisms like blocking and muting. And the ones that we do have are primitive and kind of a nuclear option.

      So, I would actually state your point in an even stronger form. I also initially did not like blocking because it seemed uncivil; and I think I had the wrong calibration of what civility is. But I've since gone beyond like just blocking rude people or people who are just very objectionably ideologically too far from me, and simply blocking anybody with whom I have too much problem just getting through and it's simply not worth the trouble.

      So, I love Jeff Bezos's line that Amazon is willing to be misunderstood for long periods of time. So, I adopt that attitude in my role in places like Twitter, which is: I am willing to be misunderstood for long periods of time. I'm part of some very productive social media, hive-mind competitions, and that I like and I want to be there and I want to be part of that conversation. But other conversations, things I might say very casually and quickly without, like, trying to be very clearly understood by people who don't know me, I am going to be misunderstood. And I'm okay with that. And quite often there's going to be an asymmetry on the part of my relationship with people who I end up confusing. So, I might have very little interest in making sure somebody else understands me correctly, but they might have a very intense interest in making sure they understand me correctly.

      And often they get annoyingly, almost jokingly, where they're like constantly dogging me to self-clarify, add detail. And I'm like, 'Sorry, this is not a useful part of a conversation for me and I'm not doing.' So, this is like a market. It's ultimately selfish individual motives. 'I'm not being altruistic here. I'm participating in conversations that are productive for me as well. And if it's not, and you're being a little too annoying, I'm going to mute or block you.' So I've done that multiple times and I become very liberal with that and it's almost become like, it's not a personal thing any more. And most of my blocks and mutes are in fact not about civility at all any more. I would say eight out of 10 of them are, 'You're just being annoying. The conversational gap between our respective computational processes in this global social computer are just too far apart. Let's not bother. It's just not worth trying to cross-pollinate intelligence across these two conversations.'

      So that's my reaction. But another sort of related phenomenon I want to point out is, I think of the most productive conversations in places like Twitter as ones that are not tribal. That don't degenerate into tribal derping. So, for me it's like confirmation and disconfirmation are the two least useful things to do on Twitter. The most useful thing is to actually find a new dimension and vector of a conversation that's neither confirmatory nor dis-confirmatory. And a lot of people don't like that. They are in such strong, you know, beef-only mode or psychology or are constantly beefing along tribal lines, all they're interested in is confirmation and dis-confirmation. And that's just not interesting because it's a kind of computation that can be run on, like, the New York Times op-ed section. It's a primitive kind of discourse. I'm just not interested. I'm interested in the more sophisticated discourses that Twitter is capable of.

      Russ Roberts: What we need is a website where there would be a microphone; you would say something like 'I like mushroom pizza,' and there would be an enormous roar of like a football stadium size crowd. You know, so that you can get fix of ego and tribal sentiment. You could have different kinds. When you say, 'I don't like so-and-so,' some political figure, the crowd would not just roar, but angrily roar and sound violent. Anyway.

      Venkatesh Rao: I think you describe Instagram.

      Russ Roberts: Instagram. I'm not much of an Instagrammer, so I can't fully respond to that.

      45:04

      Russ Roberts: I want to ask you a different question. I think there are two places where I disagree with you in a more fundamental way. And I'll let you react to this. So the first one is, we've never met. You and I have never met. I have an instinctive liking for you based on the way you write and your flamboyant style. The fact that you have all kinds of insights--some of which I don't understand, by the way. Which is fun. That's a plus. That's feature, not a bug. Right? So I've read a few of your pieces before and I like them a lot. So we could imagine in the old days you'd have an article in a magazine, and I would enjoy that, and I would write you a letter. And I would say, 'Dear Mr. Rao, I really enjoyed your piece on Waldenponding. I found it very thoughtful.'

      And then I might say something like, 'I wrote a piece that's related to that you might enjoy, if your library has it, blah blah blah.' So that's a 1950s, 1970s interaction. And you'd get that letter to be fun. My father used to write poets and other people, other authors whose work he liked, and they would often write back. Here's a letter from Robert Penn Warren, which shocked me that Robert Penn Warren bothered to respond to my dad--who's in a different part in the soup. But he had time and was either flattered or thought it was important--for whatever reason he responded. It was really sweet. So that's the old style.

      Now, today, you and I could have a Twitter friendship. We could go back and forth on Twitter. We haven't, I don't think, much. I did just before an hour or two before the conversation: I tweeted an article about Thoreau and Walden that you, I saw you liked that. I thought, 'That's nice. He's paying attention. That's good. And maybe he'll read it before we do this interview. It's by Kathryn Schulz--and if we don't get to talk about it, we'll put a link up to it--where she explains Thoreau is a wicked and despicable person and a hypocrite. And the whole Waldenponding thing is nonsense.' But it's a great piece, by the way. Very thoughtful and entertaining and written with great, fervent style as Kathryn Schulz often does. So I just mentioned that in passing

      But, we could've responded. Instead of having you on EconTalk, we could have gone back and forth on Twitter. But now we got to a new level. We're having an actual conversation, audio. We video-Skyped for a minute when we started this and we could see each other.

      And then the fourth level--this is what I want to focus on. The next level would be, the next time I'm in Seattle or you're in the Washington D.C. area, we could sit down and have coffee, and that would be kind of fun just to see each other face to face. But the real, I think the more important thing would be if we could have coffee regularly--and I have friends I have coffee with regularly--a different type of conversation emerges. A different type of human experience emerges. Some of it, by the way, is overrated. Some of it is--Tyler Cowen recently defended social media versus parties. Parties are face-to-face but often loud, empty and superficial. And he's got something to say there. But, at the same time, I don't think we want to underrate deep human face-to-face connection. And I do think that the digital revolution has challenged that. And, there is a temptation to stay in my room all day, flicking through Twitter if I'm not careful. So you didn't mention anything like that. Do you want to say anything about that?

      Venkatesh Rao: Oh, absolutely. I think that's because you have, most of your life still in traditional institutions. I believe you are at Hoover. So right now, by the way, I'm not in Seattle: I'm in Los Angeles on a fellowship at the Berggruen Institute, but I've spent much of the last 10 years out in the wild, so to speak. And a lot of what you describe, for me it has happened a lot more intensely out here in the social media wild than it ever did in my institutional settings. So, for four years before I became a free agent consultant blogger, so 2006-2011, I was working at Xerox in their research group and I had like hallway interactions. And before that I was in academia for almost a decade, and I would have the same kind of hallway interactions and extended frequent coffee or lunch dates with colleagues and coworkers.

      So I had all that. In fact, there used to be a law called the 50-Foot Law, which was most collaboration happens within 50 feet. This is pre-internet. And one of the first things I ever wrote about Twitter, when I first saw Twitter--this was 2007 or 2008, one of my earliest blog posts about Twitter was the 50-Foot Rule has been sort of refactored online, and now your 50-foot zone is actually global. So now you have to reimagine that 50-foot zone as the zone of what you can think of as intimate conversations on Twitter that are likely to escalate into long, extended relationships that will actually get as intimate as physical distance and geography allows. So there are people who've literally gotten married off Twitter. So that's an extreme case.

      But yeah, over the last 10, 15 years, when I look back, I started a conference around my blog. I've had a huge number of wonderful friendships and collaborations emerge from it. There's people I meet as regularly as I can. There's Facebook groups, slacks[?], extended email threads, lots of consulting gigs have come out of this. So I would say, for my sort of extra institutional feral lifestyle for the last decade, the kind of things you say are valuable and precious about the old institutional life, I've experienced them about two x, three x more than I ever did in institutional life. So I think the reason people don't realize this is they still have enough invested in the old institutional life that they have no need to kind of develop it in the social media world. And what ends up happening if you're forced to do that is you discover that it's possible to do that stuff in a lot more deep way and a lot more flexible way. And it's only a question of how imaginative you are and how much you actually want it.

      51:18

      Russ Roberts: So I think if Nick Carr--whose book, I apologize to Mr. Carr, I have not read--as you say, I think you alluded to earlier, I think he's the guy who said Google is ruining your brain. And he did have a book called The Shallows. I do remember that. What he might respond--and I'm going to disagree with him after I give his fake response, and then you can see if you agree with either of us. You might say, 'Okay, that's all nice. But the truth is, is that our face-to-face interactions have deteriorated as the internet has arisen because now our attention span is shorter. We might be face to face, but we're more likely to check our phone, respond to a text, flick through Twitter, find it hard to stay focused on a person face to face because I want to get back to my email and back to my Twitterverse.'

      And what I'm going to disagree with him, and I'm going to use your metaphor: I think that there's some truth to it, by the way. I don't think it's absurd. I think that it is harder for people to sit still at dinner. And we have a rule in our house: we don't answer the phone or look at our phones during meals. I think those are some good rules. I think that's okay. But I think there's a range of face-to-face, a range of physical interaction. You've inspired me: we'll call it--I'm sure there's a cleverer version--brick and mortaring. As a human, I need to get a pun on 'brick,' like friend and mortaring. We'll figure it out later.

      But, I have lots of face-to-face interactions that are superficial and somewhat sterile. And then we have really deep ones. We have really extraordinary connections we make with people online and then also face to face. And I don't think we've lost those. I don't think we've lost the ability to have the deep ones. And it's like your continuum of sort of gossipy superficial conversation down in the left-hand corner, and up in the right-hand corner is a profound exchange of ideas that changes the way you look at the world, that connects you to another human being in a way that creates a great emotional reward and delight.

      And I think those, if I could take the most charitable view of the internet, is that--and I can say this as the host of EconTalk--I've met more interesting people in the last 10 years face to face, certainly online, certainly over interviewing people. That's been an amazing gift and privilege to be able to do that. But the face-to-face times that I interact with people are still deeply moving and profound. And as you say, I think you're right. I think I have more of them. I have exposure to more interesting people than I did in a world where I'd have that 50-Foot Rule and only interact with the people on my corridor.

      Venkatesh Rao: Absolutely. And I would, again, I seem to be in a pattern of taking your points and refitting them in an even stronger form. But I would say, when you talk about brick and mortaring, look back at the reality of our pre-internet sort of highly brick and mortar social life. And, like Tyler Cowen said, many parties are empty. But I would elaborate on that and say: We remember the interactions that are lovely and wonderful face-to-face interactions, but we kind of block out of our memories the ones that are not. And I remember growing up, so many damn boring visits to my parents' friends, ceremonial culture of norms. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. We used to live in a culture of norms where there was an expectation of sort of polite participation in vast hours, countless hours of like really boring, tedious face time. And I hated it.

      And one of the most wonderful things that has happened as a result of the internet is that those online internet norms of 'If I'm bored, I'm going to leave,' they're actually percolating into meatspace. And the way that's happening is--for example, this became the Law of Two Feet in what used to be called open space technology and then became BarCamps. Where, when you do an unconference, you don't have the old academic conference approach of, just because of a respected elder professor is doing the keynote, you're sort of forced to sit, stay in the room, and pay attention even though bored out of your mind. You should leave. So modern unconferences have the internet-like Law of Two Feet, which is: If you're not actually interested in the conversation, if the person is boring, you get up and leave. Do something better with your time.

      And I like that that norm is shifting in a more online way. I think Nir Eyal in his book, one of his points--I'm still looking through it--he talks about, I think he calls it a phubber or something. So somebody who is, like, snubbing you with a phone at dinner. So you're at dinner and apparently you're boring your dinner partner. So that person pulls out their phone and starts checking email at the slightest interruption. Right? So that's phone snubbing, or phubbing, as he calls it. But look at what that signifies. It tells you that you're in a fundamentally boring conversation you don't want to be in.

      And though the sort of actual behavior may be obnoxious, of pulling out your phone and actually checking out literally, wouldn't it be so much nicer to not have that lunch meeting at all and to be able on Twitter to actually triage that and say, 'All right, it's been fun chatting with you for three minutes on Twitter, but I'm going to say no to coffee with you because you're probably going to bore me and I'm going to end up checking my phone. So let's not go there and insult and snub each other.' Right?

      So, I love that that has now become a possibility and we're able to make our more intimate, deeper exchanges more high yielding. More of them are meaningful ,and the ones that are meaningful are more meaningful. Right?

      And this is actually probably the biggest meta-critique I have with Waldenponding, which is it fetishizes an old style brick and mortar--and it's actually, by the way, that's actually as perverse a kind of attention hacking as the social media platforms do to you. So the social media platforms might be throwing clickbait at you and dragging you to useless articles you don't want. But equally there's all these sort of evangelists of Waldenponding who are hacking your attention with, like, ritual descriptions of 'Oh, what game nights! Wonderful world campfire lights, wonderful world, like family dinners, wonderful.' And they try to suck you back into that world and you realize that, 'You know what? That's romanticizing the past. And it never actually was that great. And I hate this freaking game night I've been sucked into.'

      57:52

      Russ Roberts:

      Russ Roberts: That's awesome. Now, you remind me of my dad who often when he would, we would describe a dinner party, he would often say, 'Nyeah, I wish I'd been upstairs with my book.' It was gauche in the 1950s and the 1960s or '70s or '80s to take out a book in the middle of a conversation. But there were times when my dad would just say, 'I need to go lay down.' And he'd go upstairs and just read his book. Sometimes in the middle of a social gathering. Which had some kind of influence on me, I'm sure.

      The other thing that I have to point out, Venkat, which is unbelievably great, is that about fo

                

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      Caitlyn Jenner Reveals Transitioning Was Tougher Than Training For The Olympics: ‘People Hate Your Guts’

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      Gotham City Digest: Der Gropenführer edition

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           Donnie Dumbo wants to pull firefighting funding from California. Then again, this is a fucking moron who thinks that windmills cause cancer.

           I just sent a nice long email to the right wing shyster who wrote this, in which he claimed that Omar was wrong in quoting Trump as saying Neonazis are "very fine people." He most certainly did and I made sure to let this clown know that and a lot more. I'll post the results later in a full post. This fucking guy's unreal.

           "Aiming to win back public confidence in the Boeing 737 MAX, major US airliners are reportedly planning to hold demonstration flights with senior company officials, but not real passengers, on board to prove the model is safe. "
            I bet they'll be buying a shitload of life insurance.

            Since I move exclusively in adult circles, I have to say I haven't seen behavior like this on a daily basis since grade school.

            #somuchwinning #somuchborrowing

            Another Trump scam. Shocking, I know. Or maybe, no one wants to eat with him.

            The trouble with this, besides the obvious, is that you can't drag a pig into the mud when it's already in it. Trump is already up to his bizarre comb over in the mire. He is to sleaze what Bill Gates is to software. Seriously, Trump threatening to launch a smear campaign against Vindman, a Jewish officer, is like the Dreyfus Affair 2.0. And, speaking of whom...

             That's right. Some right winger called up CSPAN and compared Lt. Col. Vindman to the Nazi propagandist. This is what happens when you get 100% of your news from Trump's Twitter feed.

              Jay Sekulow's already vowed they would fight this all the way to the Supreme Court. The right wingers on the court will probably rule forcing Trump to turn over his tax returns would amount to a violation of his 4th Amendment rights or some silly shit like that.

              California? Fuck 'em. They're Commie pinkos out to hurt America! Russia First!

              Kurt Suzuki will never live down this moment as long as he lives, not with his wife, his kids, grandkids or the nursing home orderlies.

              At this point, I look at Never Trumper Republicans like useful idiots and, yes, I count George Will in that number. People such as Will are acting shocked as if Trump is the first bad Republican "president" to come down the pike. These fireflies of clarity that occasionally go off in Will's brain, as well as other idiots such as Rick Wilson, Steve Schmidt and George Conway also gave Bush full-throated praise even as he stole the presidency twice and got us into two wars in which we're STILL engaged, bankrupting the Treasury and borrowing trillions from the Chinese to pay off those and his ruinous tax cuts. They each stood by and did nothing even as we tortured human beings for useless information. So, no, I will not listen to these right wingers as if they're the new voices of moral clarity. We got war criminals like Bush in the White House because of their right wing snuffling about how evil Socialism and liberalism is. Fuck 'em all. So, please, keep doing damage to Donnie Dumbo's "presidential" legacy. The next time a more moderate Republican gets in the WH, they'll sneak back into the party and start preaching the usual right wing orthodoxy. You just wait and see. Then remember what I said here in 2019.

             Remember when Nixon called Walter Cronkite before deciding to fire Archibald Cox? Yeah, me neither.
             But this is how clueless our government is.The morons running Foggy Bottom are so stupid, they're leaving personnel decisions with grave geopolitical implications to Sean Hannity, a guy who once ran a failed dating site.

             This is the REAL Richard Spenser when he's not getting free air time from CNN. This is one of the assholes Trump calls "very fine people."

             Hey, if Donnie Dumbo wants to bankrupt someone else besides the American taxpayer for his sporting outings, it might as well be the RNC.

              Meme intermission.

           Among the many disturbing revelations in the full testimonies and depositions of Marie Yovanoviych and Michael McKinley that were released by the House Intelligence Committee today was Marie Yovanovitch fearing for her life if she didn't get out of Ukraine as a colleague warned her to do. Another was Gordon Sondland telling her to "get big or get out" and to go on Twitter and support the "president."

             Speaking of which, for anyone that cares to read them in full, here are the links to the released testimonies of Michael McKinley and Masha Yovanovitch.

              It's Tuesday afternoon so have lunch with Volbeat, some of the best Dad rock on the planet.

              Anti-choice pregnancy centers are sometimes the worst choice a mother can make.

             When you don't have the guts to break the law, go the Rand Paul route and demand others do it for you.

              Make ISIS Great Again.

             "Went there, bitch."

            This is how toxic the Republican brand is: They're so ashamed of running as Republicans, they try to deceive voters into thinking they're Democrats.

           More right wing rat-fuckery. Note these Republican scumbags aren't defending Trump so they resort to sophomoric horseshit like this to slow the impeachment process.

            If Trump isn't a good racist, it isn't for lack of relentless trying.

            Wouldn't it be something if South Carolina, of all states, had two black senators?

            I always hate seeing those lying right wing losers at Project Veritas made artificially relevant but this hot mic moment that O'Keefe caught shows another major tv network actively suppressing a sex scandal story. NBC did the same thing with Ronan Farrow and his story about Harvey Weinstein. And it appears Amy Robach ran into stiff resistance from ABC brass in getting her interview with Virginia Roberts about Jeffrey Epstein on the air. By way of mollifying her, they're doing a six part podcast next year that virtually no one will watch, over six months after Epstein's death. And the MSM wonder why they're no longer trusted. And finally...

            Now you know why the Tory scumbags want to privatize the NHS. Imagine how much these leeches would rake in for executive bonuses if THAT were to happen.

                

      266 - 3 Easy Ways to Cool Down in an Emotional Crisis

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      Anger, despair, sadness—strong feelings can be hard to cope with. When your mind's a hot mess, your body holds the key to taming your emotional crisis.

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      FBP 717 - Purgatory

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      Episode 717 (9:50)

      In this episode: Three Important days of prayer: All Hallow's Ever, All Saints Day, All Souls Day; Purgatory; Heaven; Purgatory as an event more than a place or time

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