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We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 17:30 UTC.
 
Many wanted to claim its discovery—but only one could be the first. In The Quest for the North Pole, a new podcast from Mental Floss and iHeartRadio, we'll dive into the adventure, excitement, and danger surrounding our obsession with the North Pole. In each weekly episode, we'll analyze the motives and celebrate the triumphs of the people who sought the northernmost point on the globe, from the questionable methods of early explorers to a century-old controversy that's yet to be settled. In ...
 
From curriculum and creativity to pedagogy and policy, the coronavirus pandemic is upending education globally. The Learnit Podcast will explore how the mass, overnight migration to online learning will shape the future of teaching and learning. Hosted by Jenny Anderson, senior education reporter, we're putting education innovators and global leaders in the spotlight to showcase who is closing equity gaps, addressing learning gaps, creating safety and belonging, and instilling in every learn ...
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 17:30 UTC.
 
Join Privacy and Open Source advocates, Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman, as they navigate the new digital world, covering topics related to digital privacy, cybersecurity, digital identity, as well as Linux and open source and other current issues.
 
Somewhere in between the radical arguments of today's world topics of sports, faith, politics, the economy, and the massive spread of drug and alcohol addiction lies a lonely place with evasive conclusions called the truth. "Somewhere In Between" with Coach Mulls and The Coop has a mission of getting to the TRUTH, that place where revelation lies and wisdom prevails. Coach Ryan Mullaney, a former football coach and pro player with an unsuccessful NFL Career being cut 5 times by 4 NFL teams, ...
 
Hi, we're Liz Gumbinner and Kristen Chase of CoolMomPicks.com and parents to six kids between us, that we know of. We've got a microphone and more than the two minutes the Today Show gives us, and we're not afraid to use them. Join us (and some awesome celebrity guests) for candid parenting culture discussions, non-judgy (mostly) tips, and a good dose of humor, if we've had enough coffee. Which is always. Named a top podcast by The Washington Post, Mental Floss, Business Insider and Fatherly ...
 
Ellie Knaus celebrates and commiserates with world class experts, best-selling authors, and listeners around the world on Atomic Moms podcast. She shares the sweet and messy journey of her growing family and welcomes complex discussions on topics from postpartum anxiety to schooling to marriage after kids and how to build your village of mom-friends. Since 2014, listeners have found a welcoming space Ellie calls Switzerland in the Mommy Wars. Apple Podcasts features Atomic Moms podcast under ...
 
It's a big world of Linux out there, which is the primary focus of this podcast, even though topics will range from the classic UNIX Operating System to new open source software projects to how the changing technology industry will impact Linux and Free Software in the coming times.
 
Brian and Chris always said that if they couldn't have a morning coffee together at work each day, they'd start a podcast to make sure they catch up regularly.This is the conversation they want to have and will range from finance and economics to philosophy and management theory
 
Scratch Track is a chat podcast about those useless opinions we all have. Join hosts Kyle and Darin, along with a cavalcade of guests, as they navigate a tangent-filled wonderland of banter, laughs, and figuring out how to run this friggin' podcast. It's like a warm cup of hot chocolate for your ears – but, like, not the good kind made on the stove. It's the kind that's from a pack and mixed in water you heated up in the microwave, and it scalds your tongue on the first sip so you can't even ...
 
Overall wellness relies on healthy teeth. Dr. Lisa Germain, a dentist for 40+ years, elevates your dental IQ with entertaining, useful information. If you have ever wondered which toothpaste to choose, how to motivate your kids to brush, or which whitening products really work, you will love this show.
 
Are you a real estate investor in Chicago or someone looking to invest in the Chicagoland Market? If so, this podcast is for you! We break down the neighborhoods, different sides of the city, and surrounding suburbs so you can understand the uniqueness of investing in Chicago real estate. The hosts and guests are Chicago investors and Property Managers who are making it happen in and around the Windy City. We share information, winning strategies, obstacles, success stories, and most importa ...
 
Follow Eric and Dustin through their fatherhood journey, we don't want to give away any spoilers here but it is a wild ride. They tackle topics like pregnancy, child care, day-to-day life, and pretty much anything else new parents deal with. As men, Eric and Dustin are not trying to pretend as though they know what women are going through but are just relating these topics to their personal experiences. However new of a dad (or mom) you are, they hope you find some comfort in knowing that th ...
 
Podcast about good and bad habits. At the beginning of each month I will choose one habit and next 30 days try to develop if it's healthy habit or try to get rid of if it's a bad one. At the end of the month, I will share the results of my personal experience, including the techniques, methodologies and best practices which I used. Join the race.
 
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In 1968, decades after Peary’s and Cook’s competing stories emerged, a Minnesota insurance salesman named Ralph Plaisted was sitting in a bar, talking to a friend about snowmobiles. His friend said that if snowmobiles were so great, he should be able to ride one to the North Pole. Plaisted accepted the challenge. Thus began one of the most improbab…
 
George Eliot in Nuneaton. The novelist Louis de Bernières explores the landscape around Nuneaton in Warwickshire, the birthplace of George Eliot. They discuss The Mill on the Floss, visiting the Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery and the Griff House Beefeater, which was Eliot's childhood home and the inspiration for Dorlcote Mill. They also meet Adam …
 
Kevin Lin and Dendron. Kevin Lin joins Jonathan Bennett and Katherine Druckman to talk about Dendron, a note-taking application built on top of VSCode. After many years of taking notes, Kevin found himself with a massive, unmanageable personal knowledge store. None of the existing note-taking applications quite solved his problem, so Kevin did the …
 
We've had an awesome time making GTT over the last 5 years, so we decided to look back at games released in that time! If it came out before 2016, it's dead to us! Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for exclusive content! We've got John H's GTT GEMS, all new MOVIE COMMENTARIES and more stuff in the works, so check out …
 
Zoom, Cats & Underpants........Back in the camper this week and Andy is as cold as ever! Will & Kate attempt to explain DC & Marvel but Andy seems none the wiser. A zoom interview that went wrong for one of the listeners leads us to a story about a poor cat. Throw in an underpants story & microwaving pee pee and that's Episode 38 for your listening…
 
In this episode we have a listener suggested topic of UBI, how affordable it might be in Australia and if it would help or harm over-all. We talk about moral foundations, and find an actual disagreement between Brian and Chris (please tell us who you agree with). And of course we bring you all the news from D2 speedruns and another coffee bet! Plea…
 
Help us grow the NDND community on Patreon! Dustin is sleepy and talks about listening, we think. Some Gary Vee chat and June makes her first official appearance to settle a debate. Book Review: Skin Like Mine Instagram - @newdadnewerdad Eric: Instagram - @thebeardeddj Facebook - thebeardeddj thebeardeddj.com Dustin: Instagram - @dustinontheroad In…
 
Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk about Starlink, SpaceX and Mozilla’s new state partitioning privacy feature in Firefox. Subscribe to our newsletter. Reality 2.0 around the web: Site/Blog/Newsletter FaceBook Twitter YouTube Mastodon Support Reality 2.0 Links: Starlink: SpaceX's satellite internet project | Space — Starlink is the name of a sa…
 
For our 50th episode we thought we’d give everyone a special treat... Andrew Holmes is one of the most well-known names in Chicago Real Estate Investing. Andrew explains his incredible journey, from his early days as a hustling agent, to how he structured his first few investment deals. Andrew dives into specifics on how he finds deals, what attrib…
 
An adventure 100 episodes in the making: That’s right for their 100th movie episode the boys are going back to where it all started and rewatched the Spielberg classic Jurassic Park! Where were the parents of that effeminate boy that Grant threatens to gut with a raptor claw? How did they bring back the extinct plants? How did Sam Jackson keep that…
 
Kevin Lin and Dendron. Kevin Lin joins Jonathan Bennett and Katherine Druckman to talk about Dendron, a note-taking application built on top of VSCode. After many years of taking notes, Kevin found himself with a massive, unmanageable personal knowledge store. None of the existing note-taking applications quite solved his problem, so Kevin did the …
 
We head to Europe for this edition (not really)! By pure coincidence (really!), we both chose stories from outside the good ole USA. Turns out dental anxiety isn’t really a thing in Sweden. Must be nice. And in Spain, if you thought you had a problem with patients not showing up for appointments then you haven’t seen anything like this new trend fo…
 
🏋🏼How strength training improves your cycling: 🔋THE OBVIOUS: You get stronger by building bigger muscle fibers AND/OR neural adaptations(how the brain communicates with the muscles). 🔋LESS COMPENSATION: Certain muscles begin to “turn off” after time in the saddle(mostly ones on the backside of your body). Keeping those muscles activated helps your …
 
Fair warning: This episode may really make you miss your IRL get togethers with your favorite mom friends, because that is exactly what this conversation with Dr. Janice Johnson Dias feels like. We knew that talking to Janice -- you might know her as "mom of Marley Dias" -- would be helpful, but we had no idea it be SO funny, so honest, so inspirin…
 
In this episode Brian and Chris discuss pandemic preparedness and how Bill and Melinda Gates have(n't?) helped. We use our media empire to wage war on Facebook and the Australian media and have genuine Diablo II news rather than just more nonsense! Please contact us or support us on Patreon! Big list of coffee bets ---------------------------------…
 
Robert E. Peary expected glowing accolades and worldwide fame for being first at the North Pole. But a New York physician named Frederick Cook said he had been first. Peary sensed his glory being snatched from his grasp—and mounted a relentless campaign in the press to prove his claim. And Henson? He supported his longtime expedition leader—though …
 
Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk to Travis Carden and Petros Koutoupis about maintaining open source projects, mentoring contributors, Drupal, and automated testing. Show notes: (42s): Intros, subscribe to our newsletter, and buy our swag. ;) (1m 38s): Who IS Travis Carden? (4m 36s): Maintaining an open source project and mentoring contributo…
 
As Co-founder & CEO of Summit Public Schools, a network of 11 public charter schools in Washington State and California, Diane has built a model focused on mentoring, building student agency and supporting learning through projects. We talk about how their focus on self-directed learning paid off during the pandemic, whether tech can be used to bui…
 
For the past 15+ years, Rosario Terracciano has been cutting his teeth with a lot of hard learned lessons. In today’s episode, he shares some early mistakes he made about buying, working with contractors, estimating ARVs and leasing. He shares how he weathered the sub-prime crisis and emerged stronger - co-founding Clickinvest and ultimately repres…
 
Sam Selvon in Bayswater. The author and editor Susheila Nasta, Selvon’s literary executor, coasts a lime around the Water with Henry. They discuss The Lonely Londoners by Sam Selvon, visiting Bayswater, Hyde Park and Piccadilly Circus, and discussing the experience of Caribbean migrants in 1950s London. They meet Howard Jeffery, Chairman of the Pep…
 
Steve Klabnik joins Doc Searls and Shawn Powers to talk about Rust. Rust, which was started at Mozilla, has grown to become one of the world's most relied-upon and fastest growing programming languages. Klabnik literally wrote the book on Rust. In the show, he visits how it differs from C++ and other alternatives, some of the many ways it is used, …
 
Steve Klabnik joins Doc Searls and Shawn Powers to talk about Rust. Rust, which was started at Mozilla, has grown to become one of the world's most relied-upon and fastest growing programming languages. Klabnik literally wrote the book on Rust. In the show, he visits how it differs from C++ and other alternatives, some of the many ways it is used, …
 
This week, in honor of Black History Month, Liz has an incredible chat with Dr. Martin Luther King's goddaughter, activist and actress Donzaleigh Abernathy. Her stories about "Uncle Martin" and her childhood memories of the segregated south are simply riveting -- plus we talk current events, politics, racial justice, and being more engaged as anti-…
 
We're exploring vast and distant worlds on this week's episode! We've got the ultimate debate of which video game job is best! It's a five way showdown featuring ninja samurais, orcs, pirates, ghosts, and delivery boys! There's a ton of awesome VGM and a ton of fun, so enjoy! Check out our Patreon page! Patreon.com/GameThatTune is the home for excl…
 
It is the last film before their special 100th movie episode, and the boys watched the family-friendly story of a divorced, unemployed actor who dresses up as an old woman in order to manipulate his ex-wife and kids into loving him in Mrs. Doubtfire! Lot of movie stuff to talk about such as: unexpected hostility towards interior decorators, Tom Han…
 
This episode we discuss types of power from Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan. We muse over inequality and what it takes to stop it through the lens of Walther Scheidel's "The Great Leveller". We discuss politics and why we hate talking about politics (we like to think all our opinions on economics are just common sense and are in no way political). We bet …
 
Peary and Henson had one more shot at the North Pole in them. With their trusted Inughuit partners in Greenland, they spent months in the Arctic preparing for their dash to the Pole in spring 1909. And after traveling over hundreds of miles of dangerous ice, they believed they had reached their goal: They were the first men to stand at the top of t…
 
Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk to Shawn Powers and Kyle Rankin about protecting yourself online, password and security best practices, and a tragic tale. Subscribe to our newsletter. Reality 2.0 around the web: Site/Blog/Newsletter FaceBook Twitter YouTube Mastodon Special Guests: Kyle Rankin and Shawn Powers. Support Reality 2.0 Links: Uni…
 
For everyone working a W2 job, our guest today, David Shifrin, is a great example of how to incorporate real estate into your long-term plan without having to give up your current career. David Shifrin wanted a way to marry his professional career as a plastic surgeon to his interests in becoming a real estate investor. This path led him to Motor R…
 
Laurence Sterne in Coxwold. The screenwriter and children’s author Frank Cottrell Boyce, who wrote the screenplay for A Cock and Bull Story (the 2005 film adaptation of Tristram Shandy), digresses around the little village of Coxwold in North Yorkshire with Henry. They discuss Laurence Sterne’s novel and veer off on various tangents as they meander…
 
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