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Join The Advertiser's award-winning politics team for a fun and lively chat about the week in South Australian politics. Hosted by Greg Barila, with analysis from Daniel Wills, Lauren Novak, Adam Langenberg, Tory Shepherd, Paul Starick, Elizabeth Henson and other senior reporters from the Advertiser newsroom.
 
The Office co-stars and best friends, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, are doing the ultimate The Office re-watch podcast for you. Each week Jenna and Angela will break down an episode of The Office and give exclusive behind the scene stories that only two people who were there, can tell you.
 
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It's the return guest of return guests! Episode #1 BC Hatchett comes back to cover a whole host of topics from his Tech Manager Spotlight, his monthly "Point-Counterpoint" column, and the HETMA board of directors announcement. We discuss the current state of AV in higher ed, the direction for HETMA, and he does an incredible "soapbox" that's worth …
 
Hegel's unique and non-traditional understanding of the resurrection of Jesus echoes his overall system of Logic, Nature, and Spirit. According to Hegel, God others himself in Jesus; and in Jesus' death, Spirit becomes fully finite. As a result of this, Spirit is then reborn in the community. Similarly, in Hegel's overall approach, Logic others its…
 
What is a compliment sandwich? What is the best method for giving feedback and growing your team dynamics? Lex Peters, CX Design and Support Analyst at the University of Southern California and Creative Director of Higher Ed AV, joins the show to discuss and drops a solid hour of golden advice for every manager and team member. Lex also points out …
 
It’s Spring Break and what better way to enjoy the week off than with Booze Cruise!? Take a trip down memory lane to when Jenna and Angela sat down with living legend Greg Daniels (The Office, Upload, Star Force). Jenna, Angela and Greg break down this episode together and Greg brought his own notecards! They chat about creating the U.S. version of…
 
COVID forever changed the way we work and how we do conferences. The move to virtual in 2020 created a unique opportunity for conference organizers Raul Burriel (Oregon State University), Kae Novak (Front Range Community College), and Kristin Rivedal (Colorado Community College System), to join forces for a "Mega Conference." Listen as we discuss t…
 
The notion that substance is subject is perhaps the major tenant of Hegel's philosophy. Hegel said "Everything turns on grasping and expressing the True, not as Substance, but equally as Subject" (Phen. of Spirit, Miller trans. ¶17). Hegel explains that the self, the subject, is the process of creating a void, a negation, which allows for the purpo…
 
This week we’re breaking down Dinner Party! Michael finally outsmarts Jim and Pam forcing them to come over to his condo for dinner. Steve Carell reads this week’s summary, and we hear from Melora Hardin, John Krasinski, Rainn Wilson, Ed Helms, Beth Grant and director Paul Feig on what it was like to be a part of this infamous episode. The ladies a…
 
Get to know Higher Ed AV's March Tech Manager Spotlight! Erin Maher-Moran, Multimedia Services Manager at Johns Hopkins University joins the show to discuss her tech journey, how the industry has evolved, women in AV, and classroom technology at Johns Hopkins University. Connect with Erin Maher-Moran on Twitter at @Smearin_Off_Ice and on LinkedIn. …
 
This week we’re breaking down The Deposition. When Jan sues Dunder Mifflin, she brings in Michael as a witness which to no surprise, doesn’t go well. Back at the office, Kelly smack talks Pam when Jim loses to Darryl at ping pong. Angela shares how her kitchen table has been turned into a ping pong table, Jenna looks up the difference between “tras…
 
Community and relationships are the key to success in the higher ed vertical. Today, we welcome James King of Stockton University to celebrate the 1-Year Anniversary of his Higher Ed AV/IT Slack Channel. We discuss the growth, some of our favorite conversations, and the impact on the higher ed av vertical. To join the Higher Ed AVIT Slack Channel, …
 
Is the world an illusion? Are we part of a computer simulated reality as in the Matrix movie? Are we actually brains in a vat dreaming of an external world? Was the world created by a devil when God was not looking, as Bertrand Russell thought was plausible? Was the world created in error by a lesser deity as in the Gnostic scripts? Or, as in the a…
 
This week we’re breaking down Survivor Man. When Michael is excluded from Ryan’s corporate camping trip, Michael ventures out into the woods and goes on his own solo camping adventure. Meanwhile, Jim tries to consolidate the office’s birthdays. The ladies break down Dwight’s menagerie of weapons, they talk about using tiny potatoes for bird eggs an…
 
There ain't no party like a Clubhouse App party, 'cuz a Clubhouse App party don't stop. On this episode, we welcome on a who's who of the AV industry to this live no holds barred, let the conversation go where it may, spontaneous conversation. We cover everything from looking forward past COVID, to relationship building, to sales, to manufacturer a…
 
What is common across all AV verticals? The fact that to be successful, you must develop strong relationships. We are in the people business, not the tech business. AV is just the vehicle to achieve a goal. Van Metschke of Vantage Pro AV and the Church Tech Profiles Podcast (and former Church Tech Weekly Podcast) joins the show to discuss the impor…
 
Philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre, in his 1981 book "After Virtue," argues that moral discourse since the Enlightenment is not rational and therefore empty. He believes the reason for this is that the morals of the Enlightenment lack purpose - teleology. The scientific revolution, armed with Darwinism, brought an end to "purpose." One was left to defi…
 
The move from live production into higher ed commercial integration has both rewards and challenges. Will DeWitt, AV Engineering and Infrastructure Manager at College of Charleston joins the show to discuss moving from nine years serving as the director of media services in house of worship, through a year as broadcast engineer at Trident Technical…
 
This week we’re taking a Second Drink of the second half of Season 3. To kick off this Revisited, we are joined by cinematographer and director, Randall Einhorn! Randall discusses what it was like to shoot The Office, direct episodes and the invention of the pooty scooty. Afterwards, Jenna and Angela answer more fan questions and go over everything…
 
Where's the line between pedagogy and technology? How do you truly find out the needs of your customers during this time of change and pandemic response. Greg Koerner, Digital Classroom Services Manager at Michigan State University, joins the show to discuss. We all talk about HETMA Conference, the importance of investing in the higher ed community…
 
All technological advances involve extensions of the human body/mind, argued Marshall McLuhan. As such, no matter how disruptive a breakthrough may be, it is based on our own consciousness and its needs. Hegel knew that a primary motivator in life is recognition. But how is this need met in the interconnected world of the Internet? We see this in t…
 
In this episode, Joe reads an open letter penned to the AV industry, reflecting on the experience of receiving from his fire. There is no way to ever express the totality of his gratitude. This is the first attempt. Read and download a copy of the "Open Letter" at: https://higheredav.com/#elementor-action%3Aaction%3Dpopup%3Aopen%26settings%3DeyJpZC…
 
This week we’re breaking down Money. To kick off this two part episode, Jenna and Angela discuss how they would love to visit Angela’s family farm together, along with giving a very big “Thank You” to their Office Ladies fans for winning iHeart Radio’s “Podcast of the Year”! The ladies talk about how Michael is having money troubles and has to take…
 
The current trend in higher education AV departments is to become an In-House Integrator, but Yavapai College has been doing everyone in-house for years. Ryan Gray, Technical Integration Manager, joins the show to discuss the similarities and differences in serving students and faculty at the community college level, as well as the advantages of ha…
 
History is a key element of Hegel’s philosophy. Although he called history a “slaughter-bench,” he believed it to have purpose. This purpose, which can only be recognized after the fact, is greater freedom. This episode traces the increase in human freedom from the totem ritual of the prehistoric primitive horde through the male genetic bottleneck …
 
This week we finish breaking down Launch Party. The ladies start off by giving the full deep dive behind Pam’s reception plants. Guest star Kevin McHale shares what it was like to work on the set of The Office at the age of 17 as the Pizza Delivery Kid from Pizza by Alfredo’s, otherwise known as home of the hot circle of garbage. Angela is Jenna’s …
 
The Higher Ed AV podcast was created as a resource for sharing information and building community. For Andrew Potter, Technical Director at Prairie College in Canada, that was exactly the case. Andrew shares his story from discovering the Church Tech Weekly podcast while serving in church tech and hearing Joe Way on as a guest of Van Metschke, lead…
 
This week we’re breaking down Launch Party. To kick off this two part episode, Jenna and Angela, with the help of Jen Celotta, give an exclusive behind-the-scenes breakdown of how the famous DVD-logo-in-the-corner cold open was shot. This reminds Angela of some juicy parking garage drama. We hear from Kate Flannery on how Meredith’s cast was made a…
 
Today, we get a return visit from Mike Pedersen, Audiovisual Experience Manager at Iowa State University, and this month's Tech Manager Spotlight, Presented by Sennheiser. We discuss how his role at Iowa State has developed in the two years he's been on staff, his well-deserved AVNation AV Professional of the Year nomination, HETMA Conference, the …
 
Hegel called true infinity “the chief maxim of philosophy.” This episode will review how finitude alone cannot be considered as reality, why traditional notions of infinity fall short, what Hegel’s true infinity actually means, that finitude and true infinity must be looked at together to fully grasp reality, and how this notion is truly miraculous…
 
This week we finish breaking down Dunder Mifflin Infinity. We start off by answering some fan questions from the Office Ladies’ mail bag, including the scoop on where some mics were hidden around The Office set. A fan writes in to tell the ladies how the Office Ladies show inspired her to ask for more time off at work and she got it! Then the ladie…
 
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