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C3 NYC is a church for the people of New York City led by Pastors Josh and Georgie Kelsey. Our vision is Jesus Christ, our reality is freedom, our mission is people, and our cause is love. Join us this Sunday online, find out more at c3.nyc
 
Welcome to AccessAbilities, a podcast from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Assistive Technology Center (ATC). Your hosts, Kelsey Hall and Josh Pearson, present new and innovative assistive technology reviews, as well as in-depth interviews with leading experts in the assistive technology and accessibility fields. We’re glad you could join us!
 
Jump into a classic fantasy story, set in the original world of All'Terra, and told through the collaborative story structure of 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons! Join Josh, our Dungeon Master, as he leads four unlikely heroes on an adventure that will change their lives and might even save the world! The Party: Joan Stormcrown, a human cleric of the grey god, played by Kelsey. Dalfin Mugwart, a halfling monk, played by Ricky. Winnie Dumplekin, a gnome evocation wizard, played by Erin. Relnor ...
 
Industry experts Frank Cifaldi and Kelsey Lewin, co-Directors of the Video Game History Foundation, bring on fellow content creators, game developers, video game historians, and storytellers to teach us a little bit about video game history. Our casual, “chatting over coffee” style interviews let us see the true life of a researcher: bang-your-head-against-a-wall dead-ends, “I can’t believe no one’s told this story before” moments, the thrill of sharing incredible history with the world, and ...
 
Stephen Giguere, a DevSecOps engineer at Aqua Security hosts conversations with cyber security influencers and front line DevOps warriors, to help provide us with a Cloud Native security blanket, for those who are entering the world of DevSecOps.
 
What drives people to change, to heal, to reinvent themselves? How do we reclaim our health, bounce back from heartbreak, flip the script? On goopfellas, two friends who have become familiar with unlikely personal transformations have raw conversations with people who have experienced profound shifts in perspective and well-being. Together, functional medicine practitioner Will Cole, DC, and chef Seamus Mullen get at the catalysts that bring people out of their dark night and into their purp ...
 
Think you know everything about your favourite online creators? Or are you nosy like us and love a good Q&A? We're asking weird and wonderful questions to a new guest each week, questions that no other podcast is silly enough to ask! This season we have guests from Netflix's Too Hot Too Handle, viral TikTok sensations, YouTubers, Instagrammers and more! Don't miss it. Find us on Instagram & Twitter! www.17questions.co.uk
 
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THE speedrun historian and world’s fastest Mike Tyson’s Punch-out!! record holder, Summoning Salt, gives us an inside look at the niche, but expanding, world of competitive speedruns. His newest video, The History of Super Mario Bros. 2 World Records, depicts one of many yet unfinished dramatic battles for first place on the leaderboard. We learn h…
 
Alex Smith, author of They Create Worlds: The Story of the People and Companies That Shaped the Video Game Industry, Vol. 1: 1971-1982 and fellow podcaster, joins us to discuss the North American console crash of the early 80’s: its causes, its effects, and the lessons we’ve learned since then. See more from Alex Smith: Book: https://www.routledge.…
 
Chicken owner and gaming historian, Kevin Bunch, joins us to share some of the lessons he’s learned by living the history of the Atari VCS by playing each game released in its chronological order. The Atari Archive gives the exact context needed to truly appreciate each game for what it really was at the time of its introduction. See more from Kevi…
 
Frank and Kelsey close out the year 2020 by answering your burning questions. We touch on topics of policy, found oddities, white whales, what we’ve accomplished this year, and what we’re looking forward to in the year to come. Thank you to everyone for all your support of the podcast, for sending in your questions, and for the amazing love and sup…
 
Today’s episode features the bizarre origins of SimRefinery as well as other Sim titles which never came to be. Phil Salvador joins the Video Game History Hour to discuss a branch of Maxis, Business Simulations Division, which gives us a glimpse into a path-not-taken, alternate reality where Maxis might have only made a name for themselves in the w…
 
Much the way we all set our status to not show when we’re in a game, the Game and Watch was originally created to allow Japanese sallarymen to play games at work while their boss was none the wiser. This week we’re joined by Matt Alt as he discusses his article, “How Gunpei Yokoi Reinvented Nintendo,” which is pulled from a chapter in his new book …
 
In his documentary, Insert Coin, Josh Tsui explored the good, the bad, and the ugly of Midway Games' Studio from varying management styles and their resulting culture to the magic formula for sequel games. Listen in with the guy who knows where all the skeletons are buried and learn how the NBA may owe much of its current popularity to NBA Jam. See…
 
In this turn-based interview, Sid Meier takes us from zero to 255 and brings the show nuclear! Well, at least that’s the rumor. Sid opens up his lifelong dev notes to discuss how he got started in games, why he decided to write his recent book, Sid Meier’s Memoir!, and how he’s better at Red Baron than an actual fighter pilot. On a personal note, w…
 
Garry Kitchen joins the podcast to discuss his lifelong career in gaming and how spending his summer of 1982 porting Nintendo’s Donkey Kong over to the Atari 2600 was tedious, but worth it. He’d also like you to know he’s a hell of a good ROM hacker, Mario’s eye is just a void, and you’re darn right he slanted those ramps. See more from Garry Kitch…
 
This week’s guest is… everyone! To celebrate the end of Season 3, we’ve taken some of our favourite bits from this season and thrown them together in a single episode for your listening pleasure. Take a trip down memory lane as we hear from the likes of TikTok phenomenon Kyle Thomas, Too Hot To Handle’s Chloe Veitch and Nicole O’Brien, activist Rai…
 
Spoiler Alert: It’s a monkey wrench! You find a banana to put on the metronome to hypnotize the monkey to put in your pocket to take to the waterfall to use on the valve as a “monkey wrench.” *puff, puff* Oh, you don’t have monkey wrenches in your country? Mm okay, that may throw a spanner into the works… Pete Armour and Frank get pretty far into t…
 
Though it’s the reason he was hired as a video producer at Game Informer, Ben Hanson back-burnered his documentary, Trailheads: The Oregon Trail's Origins Documentary, for 11 years on a game that took 5 days to create (don’t we all have some project like that?). And yet, the wait has been worth it: You’re gonna party like it’s 1999 when you find ou…
 
For those of you who love a good book, and love a scroll on TikTok - you must follow Abby over at @abbysbooks if you’re not already! Abby answers our 17 Questions this week and we talk queen energy, the best book recommendations, all things Twilight and being team Edward! Follow Abby on Instagram & TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@abbysbooks https:/…
 
Putting aside his ‘imposter syndrome’ feelings, video game journalist Elijah Lee asked, “Who was the first female video game designer” in his A First Lady of Gaming microdocumentary. Lee takes us through a bit of Muriel Tramis’ progressive and lightning-in-a-bottle career, laments the heartbreaking loss of history to the maw of time, and aims to su…
 
We sit down with Ally McLean to discuss her recent article The Incredible Story Behind The Barbie As Rapunzel Video Game to learn some behind-the-scenes stories of how Barbie as Repunzel came to be. From being heckled at GDC, to stalking MC Hammer’s press tour, all the way to how this game even inspired Ms. McLean’s own career. In this interview, A…
 
Matt Leone, features editor of Polygon, recently published the second in a series of articles delving into the history of the Street Fighter franchise: Street Fighter 1: An oral history. Matt helps us understand the market conditions that made this game unique for its time and how it served as a foundation to a wildly successful giant in fighting g…
 
The Video Game History Hour kicks off its inaugural episode with Mr. Gaming Historian himself, Norman Caruso, who recently published a nearly 45-minute long YouTube documentary about the 1992 Super Nintendo title, Mario Paint. By providing the context of history, Norm ‘paints’ us a full picture of how and why this classic title came to be, who it w…
 
True crime fanatics, this episode is for you! Georgia has reported on hundreds of true crime stories in the past few years, and this week she answers our 17 Questions! From the most infamous cases to missing people and her midweek mystery series, we’re asking it all! Love True Crime? Check out Georgia’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user…
 
Our first guest this season to rock the title of an artist! This creator is doing her dream job, and making content for nearly 1 million of you on TikTok and Insta! This week, Ariel Lyndsey answers our 17 Questions and we talk influencer culture, fake friends and being an artist in LA! Follow Ariel on TikTok here: https://www.tiktok.com/@ariellynds…
 
Truly living a life of purpose is about getting a revelation that everything God wants to give to you, He wants to give through you. This Sunday, Pastor Josh Kelsey preached a powerful message on generosity and the impact of living a generous life for God. Let’s reflect God's image so that we can greater impact the world around us and let His gener…
 
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