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The B.I.G Podcast is Hip-Hop centered conversation about what is going on and how we feel about the goings on. It is a place where opinions are expressed freely, not in hopes to agree, but just to think. Find your merch here: https://teespring.com/stores/the-big-store-6 https://twitter.com/__yadad
 
The only thing stand up comedian Jessica Michelle Singleton is confident she knows is that she doesn't know a damn thing. Ignorance is #Blessed is an interview style podcast where JMS attempts to overcome ignorance, often by asking really ignorant questions. She has guests from all walks of life on to ask them curious questions about different aspects of their lifestyle and identity. Come for the childlike wonderment level ignorance, stay for the clarification.
 
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Does Not Compute

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Does Not Compute

Center for Information, Technology, & Public Life (CITAP)

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Technology—even when “sufficiently advanced”—isn’t magic. Algorithms aren’t spells cast by programmers. When we imbue tech with mystical powers, we lose sight of the human factors, from economics to culture, and politics, that shape how it’s actually designed and used. Does Not Compute is a podcast about technology, people, and power brought to you by the Center for Information, Technology, & Public Life (CITAP) at UNC-Chapel Hill. At CITAP, we study technology as it’s tangled up in our live ...
 
Human beings are my favorite thing about the world. Especially the ones who are bold enough to be different, authentically different. The ones who make you feel truly alive. The ones courageous enough to be vulnerably uncool. This is a podcast diving deep with those people. Expect some controversial topics, vulgar language, a whole lot of questions, and of course, always laughter. Alright, let's do this, shall we? Let's be uncool.
 
Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provi ...
 
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Weird Work

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Weird Work

Matthew Brown, Sam Balter

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Not everyone is fit for the 9 to 5. Weird Work celebrates all the folks who've pursued their passion and made a living -- no matter how weird it might sound. Hosted by Sam Balter. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weird-work/support
 
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Coffee And Bars

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Coffee And Bars

Sylvia Rodemeyer & Joe Erbentraut

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Coffee And Bars is the weekly podcast of two long distance bffs (Sylvia Rodemeyer and Joe Erbentraut). Each episode will cover the defining pop cultural moments of the week, track the nostalgia thread of a current piece of media and the hosts will reveal their most socially awkward memories.
 
Debate Talks is the official after show for The Privilege Show & Podcast. Built as both an audio and visual platform to Break-The-Stigma's in today's norms. Debate Talks focuses on in-depth questions and concerns that the world wants to hear. With opposing views on a variety of topics. Debate Talks airs weekly, Thursdays on the HausHill Entertainment Network www.haushillentertainment.com
 
Welcome to the Lively TV Show! In this video podcast, you'll see everything from a behind the scenes look at running JessLively.com, meeting friends and podcast guests to seeing my favorite things and traveling to different cities. I plan to take you with me on my adventures as I share a personal perspective of my intentional life.
 
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Such Good Words

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Such Good Words

Andrew Elliott & Dominique Saunders

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Such Good Words is a comedy podcast where two friends discover and discuss Xena: Warrior Princess, the 90s hit television show, as they venture through the series as first time Xena viewers. Every other week, Dominique and Andrew talk you through each episode, covering the highlights, the goofs, the sociology of brarbrarian life, the perverse, the filth - ensuring that both new comers and die-hard fans of the series learn the ultimate Chakram toss tactics, and have a sticky, goof-soaked good ...
 
Earth We Can Do This is a globally focused podcast that explores global, personal and interpersonal issues that affect each person and Planet Earth. Changing Planet Earth and our collective lives for the better is something we can achieve right now! We are not doomed at all - but in fact have the potential to make this a wonderful, beautiful, loving place in the Universe. We CAN make this a better world, with more love, more compassion, and more intelligence. Host Paul W. Slusher, Founder an ...
 
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Hey Idiots! I'm back from my Hawaiian hiatus and so excited for this guest! Rachel Brenke is the definition of a boss! She has built multiple 7 figure businesses and helped other entrepreneurs build theirs all while being a mom, competing with Team USA and battling cancer! Besides being such a go-getter, she's also just REAL. This conversation was …
 
Katie Koch, Goldman Sachs’ Co-Head of Fundamental Equity, has launched two ETFs with her team to help identify the winners in the climate transition and the newest tech companies that are reshaping our world: the Goldman Sachs Future Planet Equity ETF (NYSE ARCA: GSFP) and the Goldman Sachs Future Tech Leaders Equity ETF (NYSE ARCA: GTEK). Katie sh…
 
On September 10, CITAP hosted Daniel Greene to discuss his book The Promise of Access: Technology, Inequality, and the Political Economy of Hope in conversation with Tressie McMillan Cottom and Alice Marwick. They discuss how the problem of poverty became a problem of technology and the skills to use it, how philanthropic donations have changed how…
 
Dan Amos, Chairman and CEO of Aflac Inc. (NYSE: AFL), deploys deceptively simple principles of risk management: Don’t risk a lot for a little. Never risk more than you can afford to lose. Consider the odds. Those are the north stars that guide the company Dan’s father and uncles founded. He tells the story of growing his family firm into a Fortune …
 
The NYSE and Intrinsic Exchange Group have partnered on a whole new way to unlock the value stored in the natural world by using an equity exchange to allow trading and investment in an innovative asset called Natural Asset Companies, or NACs. This approach brings promise to drive real progress on ESG issues. Douglas Eger, Chairman and CEO of Intri…
 
It's psychic time again on Ignorance is #Blessed and I'm joined by the lovely Colby Rebel! She's an international psychic medium and author and gives us even more wisdom about getting connected with the spirit world. I'm loving it! Do you ever feel like you have psychic abilities?? Learn more about your own spiritual abilities and book a session wi…
 
While some stay obsessed with WallStreetBets and sending GameStop to the moon, Rosenblatt Securities’ Managing Director Justin Schack stays focused on something more fundamental: making sure market structure can handle the pressure, and that investors receive fair, orderly, and efficient price information for every trade. He returns to the podcast …
 
As the first leader of the U.S. Cyber Command, four-star Army Gen. Keith Alexander recognized that safeguarding America’s cybersecurity compelled collaboration between the government, private sector, and our allies. After a career that also saw him lead the National Security Agency, Gen. Alexander is leading a new team at IronNet (NYSE: IRNT) that’…
 
For nearly a quarter century, since he produced the first interview of Osama bin Laden, the threat of terrorism and its implications for national security has been the focus of Peter Bergen’s prolific work. The most recent of his nine titles closes the book on bin Laden, charting his rise and fall and world that passed him by. Peter then turns his …
 
Michael Arad’s design for the National September 11 Memorial at the World Trade Center was selected from more than 5,000 entries in a global competition. As the 20th anniversary of the attacks approaches, he recalls his journey of imagining the memorial and its features, and the challenges of memorializing and mourning the victims. Michael also sha…
 
Joanna Coles, CEO of Northern Star Acquisition Company and former Editor-in-Chief of Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan, has woven stories that capture imaginations, illuminate the world, and informed and delighted readers in the glossy pages of magazines. Now, she’s focused on capital markets, nurturing new companies with advice, expertise, and humanit…
 
Ryan Schneider, President and CEO of Realogy Holdings Corporation (NYSE: RLGY), leads one of the most integrated providers of residential real estate services in the country. The firm, comprising brokerages, title services, and thousands of franchisees that operate under Realogy’s brands, including Coldwell Banker, CENTURY 21, & ERA, helps millions…
 
Dr. Jacqui Taylor, co-founder and CEO of FlyingBinary, is on a mission to create an inclusive technological future for everyone. An engineer at heart and by training, she helps companies and governments develop digital strategies and prepare for cyberattacks. She joins the podcast to talk about how she’s bringing her deep expertise to the global ef…
 
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FS KKR (NYSE:FSK) brings together two powerhouses in finance to support middle market companies and investors in accessing private credit. The firm’s Chairman & CEO Michael Forman and CIO Dan Pietrzak discuss why they joined forces, the opportunity that exists in private credit markets, and the advantages of business development companies. Michael …
 
Global disputes often play out in economic or political spheres, but in the most turbulent tête-à-têtes can activate military responses between nations, and the threat of escalation. That’s the scenario envisioned in 2034: A Novel of the Next World War, by retired four-star Admiral James Stavridis -- now Vice Chairman of The Carlyle Group -- and ex…
 
This one is just me, post birthday, rambling about self care and self love and just trying to be better. I hope you like it. Listen to my new country song on Spotify or Apple Music! Or Amazon! Join my Patreon to get exclusive early stand up comedy from me! PLUS get ALL the episodes early, without all the extra BS (intros, ads, etc.) AND awesome bon…
 
Companies going public on the NYSE these days are increasingly led by diverse leadership teams. They’re also seeking equally diverse ways of raising capital, whether by IPO, SPAC merger, or direct listing. Amanda Hindlian joined the NYSE after 19 years at Goldman Sachs to help them navigate that journey, a trip that ultimately leads to the iconic F…
 
Hey Idiots!! This week's guest is INCREDIBLE! Majo Molfino is an author, podcast host and big time believer in the creative potential of women, and shares how to break all the myths women have internalized that hold us back, and use real actionable steps to achieve all our dreams. This was such a fun conversation where we shared some laughs and Maj…
 
An “upstanding” character is integral to supporting every stakeholder of a company and achieve sustained success. Frank Calderoni, CEO and Chairman of Anaplan (NYSE:PLAN), wrote UPSTANDING: How Company Character Catalyzes Loyalty, Agility, and Hypergrowth, to help define company character and how to unlock its value. He discusses how company charac…
 
Technology platforms didn't create our political divides. They aren't blameless, either. Host Daniel Kreiss sits down with Katie Harbath & Tressie McMillan Cottom to understand the role of "efficiency machines" in social contexts and imagine the guardrails we need for social media and other tech companies to become stewards of a healthy democracy—b…
 
Subscribe, rate, and review Ignorance is #Blessed on the podcast app! I'm coming out of my summer tour hibernation right on my birthday with lots of uplifting magical women because this is the year I tap into my spirituality and self-love and starting taking care of my whole self. And I'm starting strong with world renowned psychic, Sarah Renee. Sa…
 
Gillian Tett, chair of editorial board, US of the Financial Times, began her career as an anthropologist studying marriage rituals in Soviet Tajikistan before becoming a leading financial journalist using many of the same tools. In her newest book, ANTHRO-VISION: A new Way to See in Business and Life, she explains how viewing the world through the …
 
Disinformation is social—it's designed for sharing, to draw bright lines between "us" and some other "them." To do that, disinformation campaigns mess with our emotions. These narratives can convert feelings of anxiety, fear, and powerlessness into bright, actionable anger, or sow doubt and uncertainty in the face of optimism. Host Shannon McGregor…
 
In 2019, the U.S. became a net energy exporter for the first time in almost 70 years. People and companies like Toby Rice and EQT, the largest producer of natural gas producer in the country, had a lot to do with it. He shares how he and his brothers founded an energy company, sold it, and then took back control to increase efficiencies with better…
 
Cate Ambrose, CEO of the Global Private Capital Association, leads an organization that connects investors responsible for managing more than $2 trillion across more than 130 countries with sectors and deals that will drive investment returns and meet societal needs. She shares her thoughts on what’s happening on the ground, why data is critical fo…
 
Online, information and disinformation cross huge physical distances easily. Applications like WeChat and YouTube keep Asian American communities more connected to far-flung friends and family than ever. By comparison, bridging the dinner table and its language and generational differences can prove much more daunting. Host Rachel Kuo explores how …
 
In the first half of 2021, the New York Stock Exchange helped 205 listings raise $68.5 billion, both all-time records. Alongside that tally are 16 SPAC mergers valued at $60 billion. DFIN’s President of Global Capital Markets Craig Clay shares his expertise on the current state of SPACs, the growing number of public companies, and how DFIN supports…
 
We like to think of ourselves as savvy searchers, but the truth is that most of us have no idea how search engines work—especially given how much we rely on them. For example, do you know whether different people get personalized results for the same searches? What are data voids, and how do they become gateways to disinformation? Search isn't magi…
 
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