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Voice Marketing with Emily Binder is an award winning Alexa Flash Briefing and podcast about marketing, voice technology, and business. Host Emily Binder is an entrepreneur and a voice technology strategist and popular speaker. Hear new episodes in under three minutes every weekday on Alexa Flash Briefing (search your Alexa app or Amazon for "Voice Marketing with Emily Binder") or hear in your favorite podcast app. Subscribe free to listen anywhere at emilybinder.com/briefing. Follow host Em ...
 
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It’s a big week for trans awareness, with actor Elliot Page coming out and highlighting the realities of many others in the trans community. A great piece in the Washington Post on how COVID has changed arts criticism has us thinking more broadly about the ways we’re shifting for good, including in live gig accessibility. It’s quite a time for butt…
 
It’s a service that’s become famous for adult entertainers that may well have cracked a conundrum facing creative people on the internet – how to get paid. What is it that makes Hyperloop special and do we want it in Australia? Plus, has the gaming world inadvertently gifted the world a social media platform that's not a horrible trash fire? Guests…
 
Australia is coming to terms with a revised history of the war in Afghanistan, since an inquiry by NSW Court of Appeal judge Major General Paul Brereton found special forces unlawfully killed 39 people there.It's brand new information that's still generating shockwaves.But what else might be missing from the official record?Today on The Signal, the…
 
People are always asking "What's the killer app of voice?" There is no killer app. Stop thinking in terms of apps. Also, why voice is going to be a big part of our post COVID-19 more hygiene-conscious world from payments to touch screens to offices. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
COVID disrupted the way we learn, but as more and more tertiary education institutions announce they'll keep online learning in some capacity next year, students are asking if it's worth it.Also, fewer young Australians identify as religious, but for people of faith, reconciling sex and sexual orientation with their faith can be difficult.And, plan…
 
Australia's economy to bounce back from pandemic on vaccine optimism; Frantic political efforts in the US to curb the economic carnage caused by the pandemic, while in Europe attention turns to how to organise the mass delivery of any vaccine; And with most Australian state borders now re-opening, how do we make sure they stay that way?…
 
Australia has never had a treaty with any of its Indigenous nations, but the Noongar people from WA may have just changed that.They now have the largest native title settlement on record, covering 200,000 km and worth $1.3 billion.Legal scholars believe it could constitute Australia's first treaty, because of the power it puts in the Noongar people…
 
Australia's row with China just gets worse - Chinese media is in overdrive, and its embassy here lashes Australia's attempt to “deflect public attention” from potential Australian war crimes. Can Australia salvage this? And Tasmanians call for a film about the Port Arthur massacre to be scrapped – some say it's in poor taste and will glorify the ki…
 
Independent Senator Jacqui Lambie joins Avani Dias as she pushes for a Royal Commission into veteran suicides in Australia. Also, heaps of young people have had to move back home during the pandemic - and advocates are worried about young LGBTQI people who are particularly at-risk of facing domestic abuse from their families. Plus, New Zealand is d…
 
The angry feud fuelled by a fake photo depicting an Australian soldier, Beijing and Canberra have hit a new low in their relationship. So what is the way out of the mess? And with Queensland opening its borders today, full travel resumes across the eastern states, families are re-uniting and tourism operators are hoping for a bumper holiday season.…
 
Scott Morrison doesn't often lay into China the way he did this week.Lately, we've been trying to mend the fence with our biggest trading partner to end a growing trade war, driven by Beijing.But yesterday, the Prime Minister's rare display of outrage was brought on by a tweet taunting Australian soldiers over war crimes allegations.So was it an em…
 
We're currently in a La Nina cycle, which is supposed to mean cooler, wetter weather. But this weekend's heatwave has turned that assumption on its head.Also, a doctered image of an Australia soldier posted by a Chinese Govt official signals a sharp escalation in tensions between China and Australia.And, why more and more girls and young women are …
 
Ethiopia's prime minister Abiy Ahmed was 2019's Nobel Peace Prize winner, but some fear he's on the way to becoming a dictator.Over the weekend, the Ethiopian government claims it quelled an uprising in the country's northern Tigray region, scattering fighters from the Tigray People's Liberation Front to the hills.But independently verifying what h…
 
At the age of 12 Martin Pistorius developed a mysterious neurological illness. He fell into a coma and was unable to move or communicate. It was assumed he had no awareness but a couple of years later he began to wake up—yet no-one knew. He was trapped inside his body for almost 10 years until he found a way to communicate. Using computer-generated…
 
More screen time increases risk of myopiaAustralian Museum Sydney opens following major transformationRare monkey finally namedNSW Premier’s Prize for battery researchNSW Premier’s Prize for research and leadership in medical biological scienceJourney to Australia, then New Holland by Joseph Banks leads to the publication of hundreds of drawings of…
 
It's the Friday Shake Up and we're talking...Whether young hospo workers have it better than previous generations, whether cheap fashion can ever be ethically made, and how The Crown has made young people revisit the royal family.Join Hack's Avani Dias with journalist Jade Gailberger and actor Remy Hii.…
 
Your time is your most precious asset. Be grateful for it and don't squander it. Seneca, the stoic philosopher born 65 AD, once wrote: “People are frugal in guarding their personal property; but as soon as it comes to squandering time they are most wasteful of the one thing in which it is right to be stingy.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
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