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Seven is a Thief-inspired, 3D isometric RPG, in which you take on a role of a lone traveller. You’re going to explore a nonlinear, sandbox world - Empire of Vetrall. Classic isometric gameplay is going to be redefined with parkour climbing system that gives you the ability of free-traversing obstacles on any height horizontally and vertically. Quest line set in a „beyond post-apocalyptic” environment is created by minds behind The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. You can expect branching choices with m ...
 
Podcast for Rethinking employment, job search and career creation. In our bi-weekly interview sessions, we want to learn about new and innovative employment situations. What are alternative ways to find a new job? How can we find more meaning in our work? How can we leverage our strengths and full potential in our jobs? How do companies need to react to adapt to nonlinear careers when recruiting? What are new and flexible approaches in terms of working time and location? Should we even measu ...
 
This is a podcast where people can see the different sides of Science that most laypersons aren’t exposed to. With Science did WHAT?!, I want to show you how science permeates everything we do, how it can cover the study of anything and everything, how it can be both tedious and exciting, how muddled and filled with mistakes it can be, how nonlinear the pursuit of knowledge this path is, and how the path to a career in the scientific world isn’t the same for everyone. In all that I can remem ...
 
Smart machines based upon the principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning are now prevalent in our everyday life. For example, artificially intelligent systems recognize our voices, sort our pictures, make purchasing suggestions, and can automatically fly planes and drive cars. In this podcast series, we examine such questions such as: How do these devices work? Where do they come from? And how can we make them even smarter and more human-like? These are the questions that wil ...
 
We can have the future we want—but we have to work for it. Soonish brings you stories and conversations showing how the choices we make together forge the technological world of tomorrow. From MIT-trained technology journalist Wade Roush. Learn more at soonishpodcast.org. We're a proud member of the Hub & Spoke audio collective! See hubspokeaudio.org.
 
“Timey Wimey Podcast Hour” is a monthly podcast were your hosts talk all about all versions of Doctor Who - the monsters, the doctors, the companions and wonderful toys and gadgets oh my! Nothing gets left out as each episode is only about an hour long and the hosts dive deep into the Whoverse. People assume that podcasting is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually, from a nonlinear, non-subjective viewpoint, it's more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff. Tune ...
 
As one of San Francisco’s most recognizable DJs, Kramer has a created place all his own in the underground scene. With a DJ career spanning over a decade, he has played to tens of thousands of people everywhere from San Francisco and New York to Mexico City and Madrid. He has hosted successful parties throughout his home city of San Francisco for equally as long, including the well known and successful Dark & Dirty for three years running at Supperclub SF. Kramer has also held long standing ...
 
Patrick J. McGinnis, creator of the term FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), talks to leaders in business, entrepreneurship, politics, and culture. How do they choose from among the many opportunities in their busy lives and find the courage to miss out on the the rest? Patrick is the author of "The 10% Entrepreneur." The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard Business Review.
 
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ATTENTION : Join artist,comedian and podcaster Ramin Nazer and I, this Thursday 9/24 for a LIVE CALL IN SHOW on ZOOM. Starts at 7pm PT / 10pm ET. bit.ly/templeofzoom A wonderful new psychedelic friend , the lovely Jasmine Virdi of Synergetic Press and Cosmic Sister joins the Nod this week. Jasmine is a writer, editor, proofreader and educator who r…
 
Michael Garfield is a multi-media artist, musician, podcaster, futurist, former paleontologist and all around brilliant human. I have been a huge fan of Michael's work for a while specifically his ultra-inspiring, mind bending podcast Future Fossils so I was delighted to have our paths cross via many mutual friends and of course some delightful syn…
 
This particular podcast covers the material from Chapter 5 of my new book “Statistical Machine Learning: A unified framework” which is now available! The book chapter shows how matrix calculus is very useful for the analysis and design of both linear and nonlinear learning machines with lots of examples. We discuss how to use the matrix chain rule …
 
In the last episode of the season, author and global affairs expert Christian Busch argues that what we tend to call luck is simply opportunity that we don’t recognize at first. Busch has spent 10 years researching the art and science of “luck” – or serendipity, as he prefers to refer to the coincidences that drive our lives forward. His findings s…
 
Modern life rarely follows a predictable, linear trajectory. That’s the argument Bruce Feiler makes in his new book, “Life Is in the Transitions: Mastering Change at Any Age.” Feiler spent years interviewing hundreds of people across the U.S. about their major life transitions — or “lifequakes,” as Feiler calls them. When he analyzed those stories,…
 
The main focus of this particular episode covers the material in Chapter 4 of my new forthcoming book titled “Statistical Machine Learning: A unified framework.” Chapter 4 is titled “Linear Algebra for Machine Learning. Many important and widely used machine learning algorithms may be interpreted as linear machines and this chapter shows how to use…
 
Essentialism, simply put, is living only for what really matters. Greg McKeown, author of the global bestseller “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less,” discusses the choice of essentialism vs. non-essentialism in the age of FOMO, and how to prioritize our time and energy. Later in the show, Patrick reflects on a conversation with a friend …
 
For years, Bronson Van Wyck’s events, catering to world leaders and celebrities, have been the stuff of legend. But how can a business that brings people together for large gatherings survive during the age of social distancing? Van Wyck returns to the show to discuss how he pivoted his events business to virtual events during Covid-19. Later in th…
 
When Kate Ryder started to raise funding for a pioneering healthcare app for women, the (mostly male) VCs didn’t believe her idea was “big” enough. But Ryder understood that harnessing the disruptive power of technology to cultivate one of the most under-served healthcare markets was an unprecedented business opportunity that could also create real…
 
The two-party system has been an entrenched feature of the U.S. electoral system since its inception. Is change even possible? In the second episode of this special two-part discussion, business leader Katherine Gehl and Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter discuss innovative reforms, like ranked-choice voting, that promote competition …
 
In business, market forces drive innovation through competition and accountability. But America’s political system has long prevented any meaningful competition because both parties cater to their bases, with no motivation or incentive to create a beneficial outcome for anyone who isn’t already their “customer.” In this special two-part discussion,…
 
Do you have a book in you? I know so many of you out there have a story to tell and just don't know where to begin....I'm one of them! I've been sitting on a couple book ideas for awhile now and feel frozen in fear over where to begin. Enter Meredith Watkins a professional editor and writer. Meredith now offers coaching on book writing as well as o…
 
I've followed Kat Harris and her work on The Refined Woman for over 6 years now! Kat is a podcaster, online educator, speaker, author, and photographer. Her vision is to equip and empower women with practical tools to walk in their worth and navigate their lives grounded in freedom, vision, and wholeness....GIRL AFTER MY OWN HEART! In this episode …
 
Welcome back friends! I took a little hiatus from recording but I'm back with an episode I actually recorded in January with Heidi Stevens founder of the Feminine Collective. She's a speaker, mentor and host of several women's group. In this episode we talk all about the art of manifesting and calling in the life you want. This episode was recorded…
 
Our systems of higher education and employment have increasingly evolved towards valuing a deeply focused specialization of knowledge and ability. But trend analyst Vikram Mansharamani argues that cultivating the knowledge and skills of a generalist can help preserve our autonomy and self-determination. Mansharamani is, himself, impeccably well-rou…
 
For more than 20 years, TOMS Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie has built and sold successful companies. But it was a recent battle with depression that led him to reevaluate his priorities and, ultimately, create a new company. Now his latest startup, Madefor, harnesses his personal awakening to a science-backed approach to creating habits that reinforc…
 
There is so much data out there about all of us – thanks to the “big data revolution.” Every day it’s used to predict our behavior – from consumer habits to the likelihood of committing a crime. But all that data is useless if you don’t know how to interpret it. Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, New York Times bestselling author and data scientist, underst…
 
One of my new favorite artists and people M.K. Komins joins me on the Nod! A multi-medium'd magician of an artist, M.K. is a bright, curious and friendly soul with a huge heart & and razor sharp mind. We get into so much good shit on this episode. One of the many joys of doing this podcast is meeting new people and making new friends but there is j…
 
At the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, “non-essential” businesses across the United States were shuttered as part of quarantine measures. Many of these businesses are now gone forever, driven under by fixed costs even while closed for business. The closures have brought about a historic level of unemployment, and overall economic recovery will lik…
 
In this episode of Sure, Babe I have a full circle moment interviewing my "Nonlinear Movement" teacher Michaela Boehm. I share all about my experience with trauma and anxiety and share how this particular method changed my life. Michaela teaches and counsels internationally as an expert in intimacy and sexuality. She combines degrees in psychology …
 
Negotiations are something most people dread. But we negotiate almost daily with partners, children, and colleagues. Columbia University Law professor Alexandra Carter explains how to apply the principles of negotiation to everyday issues in life and work. Carter discovered her passion for negotiation when a chance opportunity led her to perform pr…
 
The amazing artist Richey Beckett joins me on the Nod! For those who don't know, Richey is one of the most well known and respected illustrators alive at the moment. He's made posters for some of the biggest bands, movies and shows in the world as well as some of the coolest! Converge, Mastodon, Metallica, The Grateful Dead, Game Of Thrones, Lord O…
 
Caveday founders Jake Kahana, Jeremy Redleaf, and Molly Sonsteng explain how an experiment in productivity among friends became a startup that helps companies, teams, and individuals around the world reshape their work rituals to become more productive, focused, and engaged. Caveday’s research-based approach to structuring the workday is finding ne…
 
Futurists—who sometimes prefer to be called scenario planners or foresight thinkers—specialize in helping the rest of us understand the big trends and forces that will shape the world of tomorrow. So here’s what I really wanted to ask one: Is a cataclysm like the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 the kind of event we should be able to see coming? If so,…
 
Podcasting safely from home, we're back with Alix (actor in such games as Assasin’s Creed: Origins, Dragon Age Inquisition, Origins, and Awakenings, Mass Effect 3, The Last Story, Deponia I, II, and II) and Erin (actor in games like The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Tales from the Borderlands, Oxenfree, Firewatch, 2064: Read Only Memories, After…
 
Corporate social responsibility has become an increasingly well-known phrase, both in the boardroom and in the public discourse. But Chobani President Peter McGuinness points out that many companies embark on “social good” initiatives primarily motivated by the impact on their brand image — only to be seen as cynical by customers. Simultaneously, a…
 
So you wanna know how to feel sexy again and keep the flame alive in your relationship? Enter Brooke Christian the woman that is helping other women and mothers tap back into their sexy. In Episode 58 we talk about some taboo topics that frankly shouldn't be taboo because we all deserve to feel sexy and have good sex. Brooke gives us her top tips f…
 
“Hello Monday” host and LinkedIn Senior Editor at Large Jessi Hempel takes over as host for a day, interviewing Patrick about how he has explored the world to observe how FOMO and FOBO arise as a function of culture, social status, and even as our response to crisis, such as during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Want to explore more of the world of…
 
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