Episodes released in the last day or so
The GIF, this little looped video, is often misunderstood as a component of modern communication. It has an important role to play in making modern digital discussion smoother.
David O'Leary is the creator, a writer, and producer of History Channel’s upcoming series Project Blue Book. David’s passion for the UFO topic inspired him to create this series based on the U.S. government’s most famous UFO investigation, Project Blue Book. The series is fiction, but is based on real cases investigated in Project Blue Book and the two U.S. Air Force UFO investigations that came before it, Project Sign and Project Grudge. The main character is named and modeled after Dr. J. Alle...more
President Trump and Democrats prepare for a shutdown, Russians took aim at black voters to boost Trump, and winter travel deals.
Peter Bebergal studied religion and culture at Harvard Divinity School, and is the author of the new book Strange Frequencies, which chronicles many of the ways people have sought to use technology to transcend the mundane to reach the numinous. We talk about the ways people have used (and continue to use) technology in fringe research, art, entertainment, and in pursuit of revelation. Listen to MonsterTalk via iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, and Stitcher. Get the MonsterTalk Podca...more
In the famous words of the idealist philosopher George Berkeley, “To exist is to be perceived.” Our ideas and perceptions are the fundamental objects in the universe; there is no real world beyond them. Hume wrote (I think) that Berkeley’s arguments don’t admit of the slightest refutation, and they don’t inspire the slightest conviction. On Earth, that may be true. On Tlön, it’s false – the people there are “congenital idealists.” Their language, philosophy, literature, and religion presuppose i...more
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This week we talk about busking, deplatforming, and the Tumblr porn ban. We also discuss megaphones, Patreon, and the friction between creating and funding. I'm on tour: BecomingTour.com Become a patron on Patreon: patreon.com/letsknowthings For more information about this podcast and to view the show notes, visit letsknowthings.com You can find a list of the books I've written at Colin.io
The White House deals with the aftermath of the meeting between Presidents Donald J. Trump and Vladimir Putin, two trade summits kick off in Latin America, and Xi Jinping travels to Africa on his way to the BRICS summit.
On today's Drop, the guys discuss Harden's double-step-back (travel), which team is the most infuriating to try and figure out, the Suns-Wizards deal, and Robin Lopez going berserk. That, plus Fox's All-Star chances, Coach of the Year favorites, crushing water bottles, and new gift ideas from the Hammacher Schlemmer online catalog. via Knit
Cal Thomas and Marion McKeone discuss the imminent sentencing of former Trump aide Michael Flynn.
Zwei Wochen vor Beginn der EU-Ratspräsidentschaft geht Rumäniens Regierung voll auf Konfrontationskurs mit Brüssel. Ministerpräsidentin Viorica Dancila sagt: "Wir werden kritisiert, ohne es zu verdienen. Wir werden bestraft, nur weil wir ein osteuropäisches Land sind“. Und der Parteichef der regierenden Sozialdemokraten Livniu Dragnea, selbst wegen Wahlbetrugs vorbestraft, beklagt, andere Länder in der EU seien "noch viel korrupter“ als Rumänien. Wer das wohl sein könnte? Das lässt er offen. Vie...more
NPR News: 12-18-2018 1PM ET
A philosopher says humans should kill themselves, an 11-year-old drag kid makes a trip to a bar, and Democrats focus again on Russian interference. Date: 12–18-2018
Panel interview with Kara Lee Burk (Costume Quest, The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show), Franklin Hardy (The Mick, You're the Worst), & Denise Harkavy (The Expanse, The Brave).CONNECT W/ BEN BLACKER & THE WRITER'S PANEL ON SOCIAL MEDIA:https://twitter.com/BENBLACKERhttps://www.facebook.com/TVWritersPanelTHE WRITER'S PANEL IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST:http://foreverdogproductions.com/fdpn/podcasts/the-writers-panel
The North Korea summit. Brexit chaos. The brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi. The hosts of Vox's Worldly podcast look back on the biggest international stories of the year.
Matt and Ryan are back in Lexington talking about UK football, Billy vs Rick and their favorite Christmas songs.
From La Belle Sauvage to Lincoln in the Bardo, Claire and Sian review the most creative and compelling listening experiences and debate whether audiobooks are ‘cheating’
Christopher Skaife talks about his new book The Ravenmaster: My Life with the Ravens at the Tower of London, in front of a live audience at Caveat, “the speakeasy bar for intelligent nightlife" in Lower Manhattan.
Kate talks about the hard time she's been having, and how to navigate through really dark times. We all stumble, but without self-love and forgiveness it becomes almost impossible to move forward. She also discusses Gaia, the spirit of the Earth, and how we need to speak up for the animals more. She also gets into the Paris Riots, Trump's stupid fucking border wall, Cyntoia Brown, and lots more. Laugh Pass: https://standupny.com/laughpass/ Code: INVASION www.thekatewolff.com Twitter ...more
Are you looking for a great Christmas gift for fathers, brothers, sons, uncles, etc? Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon talk about Top 11 Christmas Gifts, as well as dropping knives, lost tools, ice spheres, vinyl records, punching bags, why man-caves are lame, “checking w the boss” and more. Do you find benefit from my videos and podcasts? If so, please help me make more by becoming a Patron via Patreon (and I’ll send you some signed books as a Thank You. Click here to become a P...more
Lara Bazelon, associate professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she is the director of its Criminal Juvenile Justice and Racial Justice Clinics, and the author of Rectify: The Power of Restorative Justice After Wrongful Conviction (Beacon Press, 2018), tells stories of what life is like AFTER exoneration, how it’s almost impossible to get back any kind of normalcy and how restorative justice can help.
In this episode, Dan talks to David Gilmour about the British in India. David Gilmour's new book is a vast exploration of the social history of India. David Gilmour is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.Producer: Natt TapleyAudio: Peter Curry
U.N. Fails to Condemn Hamas. This and more, today.
New Senate Reports Detail Extent of Russian Meddling Campaign The reports show that Russian meddlers took advantage of a deep knowledge of how to wedge American voters further apart. Budapest Erupts in Protests Over Far-Right Reforms Thousands of Hungarians have taken to the frigid streets of Budapest over the last five days to protest the government of far-right prime minister, Viktor Orban. The Trump Administration Is Looking for a New Secretary of the Interior There’s another job opening in ...more
Jose Mourinho dismissed from his post at Manchester United after bad start to season. He'd faced growing pressure over his team's poor performances and negative style of play. Also, more than twenty South African boys die after botched circumcisions, why there are now fewer women in global workforce, and how falling in love led to an Indian man spending six years in jail in Pakistan.
Mike Samuels https://twitter.com/mvsamuel https://github.com/mikesamuel/attack-review-testbed https://nodejs-security-wg.slack.com/ Hardening NodeJS Speaking engagement talks: A Node.js Security Roadmap at JSConf.eu - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Gun2lRb5Gw Improving Security by Improving the Framework @ Node Summit - https://vimeo.com/287516009 Achieving Secure Software through Redesign at Nordic.js - https://www.facebook.com/nordicjs/videos/232944327398936/?t=1781 What is a package...more
We're all excited about Jerry's new judge gig. He'll be judicious, but he'll be the funniest damn judge show ever.We had some phone issues tonight. First we've got Jene getting a call about term life insurance. Not cool for a professional broadcaster. Then, we call "Ask A Lifeguard" to find out about his new venture, only to have a missed call, call back, dead air on the line. Jerry reminds the lifeguard that you actually have to put the phone up to your ear to hear others.Jerry's Rant is about ...more
The Nik Naks originally caught my eye on Instagram. I saw that they were working on a book and plush toy to go along with one of their songs. I’m always curious about the direction that music takes people, so I reached out. We exchanged a few emails and set up a time to talk. Sam and JF are incredible musicians who are making it work on the Las Vegas scene. I love Las Vegas and it was interesting to hear from Sam and JF about what their lives as working musicians was like. Of course, I also had ...more
For a bit of fun to celebrate Radiotopia’s 2018 fundraiser, this episode is a wordy quiz for you to play along with as you listen. Get a pen and paper, or fill in your answers online at http://theallusionist.org/2018quiz. Also! I’ve put together an Allusionist print-at-home puzzle book, featuring a wordsearch, crossword, some jollity with portmanteaus, eponyms and scandals ending in -gate. It’s available exclusively if you donate any amount to Radiotopia’s 2018 fundraiser from now until it ends...more
This week I'm sharing the top 5 things that changed my life this year! As I went through my list (you'll get to hear my live lightbulb moment in the episode), I realized that my list was completely unsexy. And still - the changes left me feeling super sexy and free and connected. Funny how that works, eh? If you're tired of feeling like you need to make Big Daring Sexy Moves to feel good about your life, I've got you covered! Show Notes: Connect with Tiffany on Insta Get Tiffany's newsletter and...more
Editor's Summary by Phil Fontanarosa, MD, Executive Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the December 18, 2018 issue
This holiday season, Radio Free Skaro is presenting a Fluid Links Advent Calendar! Every day from December 1 until December 24, we’ll discuss one topic from our list provided by you, the listeners. Today: Day 18.
John and Craig welcome Pamela Ribon (Ralph Breaks the Internet, Smurfs: The Lost Village), Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Into the Spiderverse, The Lego Movie), Zoanne Clack (Grey’s Anatomy) and Cherry Chevapravatdumrong (Family Guy, The Orville) to discuss writing animated features, breaking into television, and how to disappoint your parents. We also rescue another genre, the big-screen holiday comedy, by playing a game about movies of Christmas past. Then we answer audience questions about usefu...more
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Or is it? Welcome to episode 68 - with Christmas and listener stories! SUPPORT US ON PATREON! SUPPORT US FOR CHRISTMAS! Thanks for listening and wishing you and yours, a merry ole time. From him and me!
It’s very easy to get into a podcasting rut. Everything seems to be going fine and why should you want to upset the applecart. However, investing in technology that will actually improve your show is almost always a good investment. We’re not talking about vanity upgrades where you buy something new just to satisfy an emotional desire. Rather we’re talking about investing in innovations that actually improve the quality of your show. I recently purchased a new Mac Mini 2018. I didn’t buy the top...more
With only 100 days left until the UK leaves the EU, and the political landscape constantly changing, listen in to our Head of Political Affairs, Anna Wallace, and Senior Advisor, Michael Moore as they discuss what we know now and can expect over the next weeks and months.
The deed has been done - Manchester United have sacked Jose Mourinho. Has he become an angry self-parody living in the past? And what’s next for the once-Special One and, indeed, United? Jimbo, Rory Smith, Tom Williams, Ian Irving, Carl Anka and Iain Macintosh give their thoughts RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: The latest from Carrington - with Ian Irving (01m 40s) • PART 1b: Was Mou the problem or the scapegoat? (04m 40s) • PART 1c: How good should United’s squad be Champions League Last 16 (23m...more
00:00- Alex Ovechkin is on fire this year 4:11- Should Josh Johnson be back next year? 15:15- Sekou Smith, NBA TV 34:35- Getting up early is good for you 38:35- Christmas Eve Heart Attacks
Today's encore show is from December 2017. Phil reveals a whole new live stream for subscribers after last night's "baby’s." Phil interviews David G Hall on licking the halls of FCC commissioners, Ted Bell on being Ted Bell and Bobbie Dooley with more on her elf dance & lip syncing Andy Williams. The BSP Classic Hour is from November 22, 1999. Paper Clips and Rubber Bands. While attempting to discuss the topic of the hour, Phil's old engineer Mike Crozier begins flicking paper clips and rubber ...more