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Listen to Brits Jalada and Sefran discuss gaming, technology and more in short, easily digestible episodes. Topics include talking to robots, visiting Japan, making coffee, diversity in tech and why Nintendo is awesome.
 
You cannot control what happens to you in life but you can control how you respond. The world is busy and demanding and often painful. These meditations to help you get in touch with your ‘Quiet Space‘, so you can better manage what you are in control of. Your response.
 
AJ Marks and Megan Sola-Guinto are two American musicians living in England who host a biweekly podcast with a variety of local and international guests to discuss the cultural and linguistic differences between the U.S. and the U.K. From explaining slang to debunking various misconceptions, Americans and Britons alike can tune in to hear fresh perspectives on what the other countries are like. Email your questions, corrections and stereotypes to AIAhosts@gmail.com and follow AJ and Megan on ...
 
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A Little Byte

Riley Sigler and Alexandra Chopson

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Two young artists talk about the big picture and the tiny details. This season, they share the conversation with fellow creators of all kinds. Stream A Little Byte wherever you get your podcasts! Hosted by Alexandra Chopson and Riley Sigler, and Sound Engineered by Josh Brinkman.
 
The faculty behind the academic journal Academicasaurus really just want to get the next issue out. If only they'd stop getting bizarre submissions shoved under their doors... and who exactly is recording all this, anyway? Academicasaurus is a fictional podcast written and produced by Mary O'Reilly. It stars Maryna Matlock as Ida Winters, Amanda Funk-Hilton as Bee West, and Mary O'Reilly as Anne Dye. New episodes are posted every other week.
 
In recent years the intersection between law, technology, and policy has exploded as digital policy has become a mainstream concern in Canada and around the world. This podcast explores digital policies in conversations with people studying the legal and policy challenges, set the rules, or are experts in the field. It provides a Canadian perspective, but since the internet is global, examining international developments and Canada’s role in shaping global digital policy is be an important p ...
 
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Last week, the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage rushed through the clause-by-clause review of Bill C-11 in a manner that should not be forgotten or normalized. Despite the absence of any actual deadline, the government insisted that just three two hour sessions be allocated to full clause-by-clause review of the bill. Once the government-imp…
 
"When we study sound, we're looking at the frequency or the pitch of the sound, and then also the intensity. I'm focused exclusively on low frequencies, really low pitch sounds that can travel quite a distance in the ocean." A conversation with Samara Haver (Postdoctoral Scholar at Oregon State University) about the role of acoustics research in de…
 
Parliament is now on break for the summer, but just prior to heading out of Ottawa, the government introduced Bill C-27. The privacy reform bill that is really three bills in one: a reform of PIPEDA, a bill to create a new privacy tribunal, and an artificial intelligence regulation bill. What’s in the bill from a privacy perspective and what’s chan…
 
"In order to understand life in the ocean, we need to understand not just the forms of life, but also their environment, their very dynamic environment." A conversation with John Ryan (Sr Research Specialist at MBARI) about the nature of underwater sounds. Presented by Longitude fellow Melisa Acimis. See transcript. Visit our series page. As part o…
 
"We are focused on understanding and characterizing the soundscapes." A conversation with Eden Zang (Research Specialist at Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary) about the processes for collecting and analyzing sound data to develop baseline understandings. Presented by Longitude fellow Jacqueline Buskop. See transcript. Visit …
 
"What makes this project really impactful is, we have open access to our methods and to our results." A conversation with Lindsey Peavey Reeves (West Coast Region Sanctuary Soundscape Monitoring Project Coordinator) about conservation fieldwork and the holistic nature of soundscape monitoring. Presented by Longitude fellow Laurel Chen. See transcri…
 
"Our science plan is to better understand how animals are using sound, because the more we understand all of those uses, the better we can get at what it is animals need us to mitigate or reduce that is harmful." A conversation with Leila Hatch (Research Ecologist at NOAA) on the broader role of NOAA and the origin of the SanctSound project. Presen…
 
Longitude fellow Jacqueline Buskop (Rice University) presents an introduction to our series on NOAA's soundscape monitoring at the U.S. National Marine Sanctuaries and shares highlights from the conversations led by Tony Zhou (Yale University), Laurel Chen (Rice University), Jesse Annan van der Meulen (Rice University) and Melisa Acimis (Sabanci Un…
 
In this webinar, panelists discuss the negotiation process used by defined benefit plan sponsors and fiduciaries to purchase Group Annuity Contracts and transfer pension risk to an insurer. Moderated by Eversheds Sutherland Partner Brian Barrett with Mercer Principal Dean Bruenn, MetLife Senior Counsel Amy Danzis, F&G Life Vice President, PRT Busin…
 
A conversation with Jon Olansen (Manager of the HALO project) about the Habitation And Logistics Outpost of Gateway. Presented by Longitude fellow Jade McAdams. See transcript. Visit our series page. As part of our Longitudes of Imagination theme, we are exploring the roles of individuals, technologies and research in ocean science and space techno…
 
The debate over Bill C-11 – the Online Streaming Act – seems likely to come to an end this week, at least in the House of Commons. Last week, the government introduced a motion to put an end to committee debate and set tight timelines for any further review or discussion. Before it becomes forgotten, this week’s Law Bytes podcast is devoted to the …
 
Queer cult icon Betty Who joins us on Main Pod Girl to announce her new album Big, gush about Doja Cat, and bring some Leonardo in Titanic energy. We also play a round of Call DM Block, talk about what we miss from Y2K, and make a whole playlist! Stick around to the end to hear our Top 5 songs from the 80s. You can follow Betty at @bettywho, AJ at …
 
A conversation with Julia Badger (Assistant Manager for the Vehicle Systems Manager) about the process of automation on Gateway. Presented by Longitude fellow Quint Smits. See transcript. Visit our series page. As part of our Longitudes of Imagination theme, we are exploring the roles of individuals, technologies and research in ocean science and s…
 
In the two months since the Online News Act was introduced it has received limited coverage and sparked little debate. Last week, Bill C-18 began to attract attention as over 125 small and medium sized Canadian publishers began to sound the alarm, calling on the government to fix the bill by addressing concerns around fairness and transparency. Jef…
 
Mila, what's good? Pop culture YouTuber and video essayist Mila Tequila joins us for a very long and comprehensive episode about the MTV Video Music Awards! Listen to us discuss the greatest VMA moments of Britney, Beyoncé, Madonna, Michael, Miley, Gaga, Kanye, Taylor... and Austin Mahone? Stick around to the end to hear our Top 5 VMA Performances!…
 
In which we realized it's been 5 years since Academicasaurus began and figured we should do a quick episode. Also, academic conferences are really something else. THANKS FOR STILL BEING HERE! We miss you. Yes - you! Also, we picked a cursèd day to record, so please excuse violent downpours, a frantically panting dog, and...actually, Maryna's end ha…
 
A conversation with Sean Fuller (International Partner Manager at NASA) about transition of partnership experiences from Earth’s orbit with ISS to Moon’s orbit with Gateway. Presented by Longitude fellow Tony Zhou. See transcript. Visit our series page. As part of our Longitudes of Imagination theme, we are exploring the roles of individuals, techn…
 
Last week, the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage started its hearings on the Online Streaming Act with the first of four day-long sessions it has planned for witnesses. Morghan Fortier, the co-founder and CEO of Skyship Entertainment, stole the show that day with insights that demand to be heard. Her company may not be a household name, but i…
 
A conversation with Emma Lehnhardt (Program Planning and Control Manager at NASA) about the vision for expanding space explorations to the moon and beyond. Presented by Longitude fellow Jaena Kim. See transcript. Visit our series page. As part of our Longitudes of Imagination theme, we are exploring the roles of individuals, technologies and resear…
 
In the third episode of Tax Sound Bytes, a podcast series from the Tax Practice Group covering issues affecting international and taxation of the digital economy, host and Eversheds Sutherland Associate Mary Kate Nicholson is joined by Partner Mary Monahan and Associate Daniel Strickland to dig into the recent Supreme Court decision in Boechler PC …
 
Longitude fellow Jaena Kim (University of Ottawa) presents an introduction to our series on NASA’s Gateway program and shares highlights from the conversations led by Tony Zhou (Yale University), Jade McAdams (Rice University) and Quint Smits (Tilburg University). See transcript. Visit our series page. As part of our Longitudes of Imagination theme…
 
Our newest Main Pod Girl is none other than British singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran's protégé, and TikTok viral sensation, Maisie Peters! On this episode, AJ has his solo debut sans Sola but is joined once again by Popheads mods Tom & Kina! Tune in to hear Maisie play a game of Song Superlatives, talk her near collab with Niall Horan, the gang go ove…
 
In the second episode of Tax Sound Bytes, a new podcast series from the Tax Practice Group covering issues affecting the taxation of the digital economy, host and Eversheds Sutherland Associate Mary Kate Nicholson welcomes Associate Hasnain Valika for a discussion about foreign tax credits (FTCs). During their conversation, they cover what exactly …
 
Chris Richard of It Is Written, the worship team at Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge shares a part of his journey through addictions and now working at #PAATC. You are invited to #VOTE for their song "Through You" in a music competition. Here's the link to Vote, ends May 8th! https://yougodsmusic.org/.../through-you-by-it-is.../ It Is Written wi…
 
Last week, the government took another step toward copyright term extension in Canada, inserting extension provisions within Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s Budget Implementation Act bill. Despite recommendations from its own copyright review, students, teachers, librarians, and copyright experts to include a registration requirement for the a…
 
Eversheds Sutherland attorneys Michael Gurion, Alexander Sand, Kristin Cleare and Deepa Menon discuss key topics, including: Privacy due diligence, including data collection, processing, transfers and related policies Cybersecurity due diligence, including network and system protection, vendor selection, business continuity, and breach history Eval…
 
This week’s Law Bytes podcast departs from the typical approach as this past week was anything but typical. As readers of this blog will know, last week I obtained access to hundreds of previously secret submissions to the government’s online harms consultation. Those submissions cast the process in a new light. This week’s Law Bytes podcast explai…
 
Tax Sound Bytes is a new a podcast series from the Eversheds Sutherland Tax Practice Group, covering issues affecting the taxation of the digital economy. In the first episode, host and Eversheds Sutherland Associate Mary Kate Nicholson interviews Partner Randy Buchanan, and together they delve into President Biden’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget and the…
 
It's been a while since we last had a guest host join us; but today we're joined by Martyn for the first time. Martyn is a friend of the show and agreed to come on to discuss getting started with role-playing games. Not the video game ones, the real-life ones. We discuss how to get started, recommended games, different types of RP, DMing, LARPing, …
 
The surprisingly not British popstar Amber Mark joins AJ and Sola to announce the deluxe of her debut album Three Dimensions Deep and chat about the intersection of black holes and the afterlife! On this episode, we play a superhero round of Call DM Block, rep our love for Craig David, and talk about the songs that need to be sampled! You can follo…
 
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