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The Tom Barnard Show features local and national guests and is heavily focused on humor. Tom Barnard, host of the #1 local morning show in the United States since 1986, created the podcast with the goal of a show with more creativity and flexibility than radio. Tom hosts the show along with his wife Kathryn, daughter Alex, and son Andy. It airs live central time, Monday-Friday 11 AM to 1 PM CST. You can stream it live at www.tombarnardshow.com, seen in live HD video on Youtube, reached via i ...
 
Welcome to the beat-Beat Central Podcast. Each episode is harmoniously & continuously mixed and mashed from start to finish with a daring flare of art, a touch of skill, and passion for mixing music. I’ve deejayed professionally but, now I DJ just for fun. I enjoy making mashups and remixes of my favorite songs for myself to listen to while I work, play, and make art. I decided to share these mixes with the rest of the world. I add the element of harmonic mixing for beautiful sound atmospher ...
 
AIB Market Talk features a weekly discussion including our Economists and Treasury experts, providing you with specialist insight into the prevailing topics impacting Financial Markets. Our full legal disclaimer can be viewed here https://aib.ie/fxcentre/podcast-disclaimer You can subscribe to the series or download individual episodes via iTunes, Android and Soundcloud.
 
Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn make sense of the week's tech news with help from our wide-ranging staff. And on Tuesdays, Nilay hosts in-depth, one-on-one interviews with major technology leaders. Join us every week for a fun, deeply nerdy, often off-the-rails conversation about what's happening now (and next) in technology and gadgets.
 
These podcast are designed for people living in the Central Valley of California. Physician educating the general public on interesting healthcare topics that you don't necessarily want to visit a doctor to be educated. Topics include anything from Allergies to Migraines to Toddler Nutrition to Liver Disease. The Podcast are launched weekly on Wednesday “Wednesday Wellness” and can be found on iTunes, Android and at FMMS.org. Podcast are produced by Fresno Madera Medical Society. The mission ...
 
A podcast (and subscription newsletter) on the strategies of China / Asia companies​. Asia Tech Strategy offers: -Deeper insights into the strategies of the tech giants of China / Asia. I help analysts see around the corner - both with tech giants and rising companies.​ -See the big picture. Get a better understanding of Asia's digital ecosystem. What are the important tech themes? What will the future look like? Where to hunt for opportunities?​ -A unique view from on the ground of digital ...
 
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Jerry, Ara, and Daniel are here with a mixture of news, rumors, opinions, and apologies as they Pixel Watch leaks, the OnePlus Watch, an upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, Amazon Echo Buds, and more. Links: Alleged Pixel Watch leak shows us the Wear OS watch we've been waiting for | Android Central The Google Pixel Watch is not the magic bullet Wear O…
 
This week’s podcast is about the current political risks around Alibaba. But also about the very important concept of Worst Case Scenario. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes, Google Podcasts and Himalaya. Here is the Harvard Business Review case about Viva Macau. Here is the book I mentioned, Dead Companies Walking by Scott Fearon. –—…
 
Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Chris Welch dive into the tech and gadget news from this week — including theories on what will be announced at Apple's spring event next week, LG quitting the smartphone business, and Sonos' next speakers. Further reading: US recommends pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccine use over extremely rare blood clots How the Joh…
 
It's Baseball time and our friend Mike Veeck from the St. Paul Saints joins us to talk about his return to MLB along with the classic story about how he was forced out over 45 years ago. For those not in the know, the Saints are now part of the Twins farm system so expect to see a lot of major league talent at the gorgeous CHS field in downtown St.…
 
Can you own a lake? It turns out, not really. Then again, do you really own anything? The state owns your land. The government owns your money. Even if you have cryptocurrency, its value is ultimately up to the whims of its creator and the ISPs. One notable exception is cars. If you own a car, you own the car. Stay tuned for Car Selling Secrets, wh…
 
All any American will ever talk about for the rest of history is police shootings. Including us. Far be it from us to go against the grain. One major difference is that most people are clueless idiots. We, on the other hand, are clueless idiots with a cop on the phone. That's called an advantage. Not that it really matters, because we still have ba…
 
Do you think love can bloom even on a battlefield? If it's the kind of love between a dog and its owner, sure. All it takes is a piece of jerky. Maybe a hose-down, because wild dogs tend to get pretty gross. Craig met Fred the dog in Afghanistan in the middle of a skirmish with the Taliban, and that meeting started a chain that resulted in working …
 
We've got drugs, we've got sex, we've got conspicuous consumption. We've even got heists. Why? Because we're talking about celebrities, of course. Also restaurant workers. If you work at a restaurant, sorry. You have to become a cokehead. It's the law. It's kind of like how you're not a real celebrity until you have a mountain of sex scandals and y…
 
There are work dogs, and then there are companion dogs. That's a polite way of saying they're not particularly useful. A miniature poodle, for example, isn't going to be pulling a sled or detecting bombs. That's why you need to be ready to defend them in case of coyote attack. Anything bigger than that, though, and all bets are off. As a species, h…
 
Where there is life, there is disease. That's basically the history of planet earth. It's also the history of humanity. If you look into the various diseases we lived with, especially long before modern medicine, you'll wonder how our species made it out of the caves. To be fair, we live in the technological future and we've cured almost everything…
 
In this special quarterly podcast, Conor English, Head of Investments, AIB Private Banking joins Jane Kavanagh, AIB Corporate Treasury and John Fahey, AIB Senior Economist to discuss the performance of equity markets in Q1, the outlook for currency markets into 2021 and key insights for investors. Read the Investment Market Review and Outlook for Q…
 
This week’s podcast is about how to think tactics that generate short-term growth and results. And we see these coming out of China all the time. In particular, I talk about how Pop Mart used blind boxes. How Joy Spreader and Ruhnn Holding used influencer marketing. And how everyone is using community group buying. You can listen to this podcast he…
 
Welcome to my podcast! My real name is Larry. But I had tons of different names during a 45 year radio career. Starting in my hometown in Nebraska and ending up in Minneapolis. From 1974 to 2019 I had a blast. Larry went away in 1983. My name for the last 38 years was Moon. And to my friends and family I am currently Moon and will forever remain Mo…
 
Michael Fisher, Hayato Huseman, Derrek Lee, and Daniel Bader deliver a poignant eulogy of LG's smartphones as they exit the business. The crew also talk about the return of Google I/O as a virtual event, Google silicon rumors, budget Samsung phones, and more. Links: It's official: LG is exiting the smartphone business | Android Central Goodbye to L…
 
Vergecast is on vacation this week, so instead we'll share an episode of Land of the Giants from our friends at Recode. Land of the Giants is a podcast that explores the five biggest tech companies and their impact on our world, and this season is all about Google. The episode we're sharing tells the story of how two grad school students with a uni…
 
Scott Lambert, President of the Minnesota Auto Dealers Association joins us in studio to talk about Scott's boldest move, booking the Twin Cities Auto Show at the State Fair. As soon as he announced it, the food vendors lined up to participate. With free parking, great food and Covid protocols, this is destined to be a really exciting event. Ticket…
 
If you grew up in the past fifty or so years, you've probably heard that you shouldn't drink while pregnant. In fact, you've probably heard it over and over for your entire life. There's a reason for that. It's called fetal alcohol syndrome, and it's not fun. The good news is that awareness seems to be as high as it's ever been, and what was once c…
 
Most states require some form of voter authentication. IDs, affidavits, you name it. This hasn't been a problem until very recently, when Georgia passed a voter ID law. Why such an innocuous change caused a nationwide freakout is anyone's guess. Our vote is for someone, somewhere, being evil. We have no real reason to believe that, but we've never …
 
For all of recorded history, humans have been fascinated with mountains. A running theme is that gods live at the top, because until very recently it was virtually impossible for a human to get there without dying. Who else could survive in such a place? Aside from goats, of course. The answer is Jeff Belanger. He might have required a little help …
 
After a grueling 11 Kristyn-free episodes, all is right in the world again. Well, almost. We still hate the news and the politicians, but that's never going to change. A more mixed bag is weather girls. They tend to dress a certain way. Approve? Disapprove? That's a personal choice. One you can probably keep to yourself. See omnystudio.com/listener…
 
Kong vs Godzilla. It's the ultimate kaiju showdown. It's also happened before. That's right, even the big blockbuster of the year is a reboot. But that's okay. It's two monsters punching each other. Do we really care if it's derivative? Sometimes revisiting the past is okay. Other times, maybe write a new script. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
Certain things are very generational. For example, when you hear "pirate's cove", what do you think of? Admittedly, our data is limited, but after today it's a solid bet that if you're under a certain age you probably think of some cheesy theme park. Otherwise? Something very different, apparently. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
 
It's the 20s, and you know what that means: the KKK is back. We're talking about the 1920s, of course. What did you think we meant? As if the early 20th century wasn't turbulent enough with two world wars, communism, and fascism, you had conspiracy theories about the pope activating an army of Catholics to turn America into the Vatican 2.0. It was …
 
This week’s podcast is about Baidu and its key strategic questions: Can it thrive as a stand-alone search engine? Against competitors such as Tencent and ByteDance. What is its best growth opportunity? I think cloud. Did it need to go into content? How far? Can it compete in the attention market? Search plus feed. You can listen to this podcast her…
 
This week on the show, Daniel, Ara, Jerry, and Harish examine LG's decision to pull out of the smartphone business. They also check out new phones from Xiaomi and POCO. There's Google news too, including our review of the 2nd Gen Nest Hub, rumors about 'Pixel Buds A', T-Mobile's commitment to Google phones and services, and more! Links: LG appears …
 
The April fool's show reunites Tom and Johnny Rock Lassman. Other than blowing up a 77 Mustang II on the Long Island Expressway, not much car content here but for fans of Twin Cities Radio, is an episode not to miss. Tales of program directors gone awry, life on North Lilac drive and the birth (and death) of the Chucker. These guys haven't seen eac…
 
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge deputy editor Dan Seifert about this week's Apple rumors ahead of WWDC 2021 — from their AR headset to new iPads. Senior reporter Ashley Carman joins the show to discuss social audio platform Clubhouse and the rise of competitors from other companies. Further reading: Real-world evidence shows that the CO…
 
You may have heard that the music industry is...interesting. You may have heard it from us, in fact. Well, it's not just us. We have witnesses. Danny, for example. He was a concert promoter, which put him at ground zero for every insane thing that musicians do. You can hear some today, or you can buy his book and read some tomorrow. Or both. ALL EX…
 
"Danger" is a relative term. For example, Nik doesn't consider Juarez dangerous. He does, however, consider Minneapolis dangerous. The average person might swap the two. We take the third route and declare both no go zones, along with every other city in the western hemisphere. Better safe than sorry, right? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy …
 
Do you like cake? Of course you do. Everyone likes cake. Do you like vaccines? I hope so, because soon you might not be able to get the former unless you get the latter. Then again, it might be the perfect excuse to never go into the city. Sorry, I don't have my vaccine passport. Oh well, maybe next time. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Pretty much everybody loves dogs. Not everybody loves grooming dogs. They fight, they bite, and they whine. Not when Jorge does it. He's magic. Or perhaps he just knows how to pick the right dog. Either way, he's got a book on how to do it and a show all about it. It's called Pooch Perfect and you can watch it tonight on ABC. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
We're in the middle of a major media shift. TV and movies are having a very hard time with very few exceptions. Some say this is a good thing. Those people hate Hollywood and want to see it fail. We're not naming names here. Other people miss the atmosphere of the movie theater or gathering around the TV at a certain time with their friends and fam…
 
This week’s podcast is about my investment checklist. Which is really just 9 questions. Shown below. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes, Google Podcasts and Himalaya. Charlie Munger’s Speech on the Psychology of Human Misjudgment. Located here. ———– Related podcasts and articles are: N/A From the Concept Library, concepts for this art…
 
Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk with Verge reporter Allison Johnson about her review of the One Plus 9 and how it compares with their 9 Pro and other Android flagship phones. Politics reporter Makena Kelly joins the show the discuss Congress’ first hearing of 2021 with the chief executives of Facebook, Google, and Twitter. Further reading: AstraZe…
 
Alex Davis makes his return to Car Selling Secrets. When he was first on, 1 1/2 years ago, he was about to start his sales career at Walser's Porsche Wichita store. He talks about his love for the brand, selling the most expensive car in company history (1.3 Million) and starting his own podcast. Somehow we wind up talking about Eric Eskola and a c…
 
It's time for comedy to come back. Technically, it never went away. Only technically. Those who have been paying attention, though, will tell you that it's been in a very bad place for the past few years. Tom Papa has been paying attention. That's why he has a show this Saturday at 8 central on Rushtix. He's leading the charge. We'll be a safe dist…
 
Clearing your mind can be difficult. It's like a house. Let it get cluttered enough and eventually you'll get crushed by a stack of garbage. Or something like that. Or perhaps it's like a movie theater: you'll get annihilated by government overreach. No, that's not a good analogy either. We'll meditate on this and get back to you. See omnystudio.co…
 
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