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Hidden Paris is a podcast for all lovers and residents of Paris, hosted by British/American expat (reared in Ireland, Italy and the US!) Mariamne Everett. I take you with me on my journey as I discover the hidden and off the beaten track places and aspects of the City of Love. Each episode focuses on the history and background of the place, mixed in with healthy doses of fun conversation. You will also have the opportunity to “meet” people on my broadcast, as the listeners introduce themselv ...
 
WE BE ALL NIGHT!!! On google..searching, meal planning and prepping, series binge-watching, Instagram scrolling, sexting, sexing and 'Restless In the City'. Restless In the City is a gender inclusive, community based, self-care access platform that aspires to provide an array of relatable content, to offer judgment-free dialogue on dating, parenting, politics and sex with a chance to receive and/or share opposing perspectives regarding the aforementioned topics.
 
This podcast is dedicated to weekly teachings about your body. You will learn nutrition and physiology in a science based manner. You can find more *free* science based content by searching "Physionic" on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. Learn your body! Books, Courses, and Hire Me: www.physionic.org YouTube: http://bit.ly/2JUjXVt Facebook: http://bit.ly/2PlIOaB Instagram: http://bit.ly/2OBFe7i Email List: http://bit.ly/2AXIzK6
 
The Rubyology podcast is a series of lessons learned by Chris Matthieu on his endeavor of switching from Microsoft .NET programming to Ruby on Rails. Believe it or not, there are similarities between both Micorost ASP and .NET and Ruby on Rails. Let Chris show you how to get up and running on Rails and become proficient with Ruby with little effort. Learn AJAX tricks, tagging, buddy lists, rating, and other Web 2.0 social network programming techniques and get your idea to market today! Whil ...
 
Welcome to Danger Team GO! A New Zealand Dungeons and Dragons Podcast about DANGER... TEAMWORK... and GOING! - The Danger Team are... Tom Wardle, Paul Harrop, Adam Willis and James Kupa - Theme Music by Kristie Addison/Adam Willis - Editing by Adam Willis - Art by Hamish Woodman
 
Authority Self-Publishing is a show where you can get detailed advice from three author marketing experts: Steve Scott, Barrie Davenport, and Ron Clendenin. Primarily, they cover Amazon Kindle publishing strategies (through the KDP platform). But they also offers a variety of marketing tactics you can use to grow your book-based business. Each episode contains 30+ minutes of actionable content you can immediately apply to your writing business. Tune in every Monday and Thursday to get the la ...
 
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In this episode, I go into a bit more detail on a topic I've just started releasing content on (in video form). This subject is on a hormone that also leads to fat storage, much like insulin, yet many keto espousing gurus either ignore or are not aware of it; this is convenient, since this hormone is stimulated by fat consumption, not carbohydrate …
 
Seasons greetings to all! In this Christmas special Alberotle narrates a few passages from an old mass paperback that was published in 1982 by Nelson Doubleday, Inc., entitled A Little Book of Christmas: A treasury of stories, songs, tradition, gift … Continue reading → [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other conte…
 
Todd from team Latitude35 is joining us today via satellite phone to give us an update on the team’s race across the Atlantic Ocean via rowboat. They’re currently in second place with less than a week to go! Just a few days after this call the team experienced one of the most bizarre and wild mishaps I’ve ever heard of. Listen to the episode to hea…
 
Time for an Identity Server update! Carl and Richard talk to Dominick Baier and Brock Allen about Identity Server. The conversation starts out focused on the evolution of security over the internet in the first place, including an update to OAuth - version 2.1. Then the conversation turns to IdentityServer itself, and how to sustain and grow develo…
 
In this episode, I discuss a molecule I ran across when listening to the Joe Rogan Experience. This molecule, known as fractalkine, has some unique characteristics and potential implications in a series of different diseases and brain related health outcomes - mostly related to inflammation in the brain. Review: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2608…
 
Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 337 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on January 8, 2021 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at GuardFrequency.com [Download this episode](Right click, Save As…) This Week’s Schedule Flight Deck Star [……
 
After needing a break from her career in film and TV, Sophie took a very fortuitous turn in her life by finding the most random job she could, milking camels. If you didn’t realize camels could be milked, neither did I. To make a long story short, Sophie fell in love with camels and never went back to her old career. Her ongoing 5-year passion for …
 
In this episode of Hidden Paris, my guest Paris-born Laura (@lpmagallon), shares some of the history of her favourite hidden quirky places of Paris. These include the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord (@les_bouffes_du_nord), Les Grands Voisins (@lesgrandsvoisins) & Fluctuart (@fluctuart). Laura is a tour guide training to be an art therapist. Check out h…
 
After years of being in the biggest road cycling races in the world a devastating and life-altering injury left Pete’s career path felt shaken up and in need of more stability. Growing up in Colorado and now residing in the Tahoe area, the outdoors were the places he felt at home and at peace. That’s when Pete started to explore the idea of leaving…
 
How secure is your software? Carl and Richard talk to Maya Kaczorowski of GitHub about The State of the Octoverse Security Report - one of three annual reports coming from GitHub about how software is being built. Maya talks about how software vulnerabilities are found and fixed, including the amazing statistic that vulnerabilities on average exist…
 
In this episode, we briefly discuss three ways that creatine positively affects us in muscle, the brain, and inflammation. I also introduce my first paid content that I spent most of 2020 working on, as well as a new website for your viewing pleasure - it was a busy 2020 for me! Creatine Book and Course: https://www.physionic.org/booksandcourses Bo…
 
In 2014, Jessica and Will decided a “normal” life in Boston wasn’t enough for their family of four. After several potential ex-pat experiences fell through with Will’s job, the family had an appetite to try something new. That idea? Instead of calling one place home why not call the whole world “home”? To dip their toes into this way of living they…
 
Soon after turning 30, Ray, a self-described “two pack a day smoker”, was tired of the direction his life was heading. His younger brother, who was pursuing a healthier lifestyle, was his inspiration to make a change. Ray quickly set his eyes to try to complete a 100-mile ultramarathon. He won. Within the next few years he put his life on a traject…
 
.NET 5 is shipped! What happens now? As part of the .BLD() Tech Talks XXL event in the Netherlands, Carl and Richard streamed interviewing Scott Hunter about .NET 5. The conversation turns to how the scope of .NET 5 focused in on how to help projects move from the standard framework onto .NET 5. Scott also dives into the ever-improving performance …
 
Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 336 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on December 18, 2020 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, December 21, 2020 at GuardFrequency.com [Download this episode](Right click, Save As…) This Week’s Schedule Flight Deck Elit…
 
After starting out delivering other people's boats, and then training them, Vivian and Nathan began to realize there may be something there and started offering offshore sailing adventures aboard our 47' sailboat, Ultima. Ultimately, they’ve turned their passion into a career giving them a great mix of travel, excitement, endurance, and a sense of …
 
What does it take to make a flight simulator in C#? On a smartphone? Carl and Richard talk to Laura Laban about her experiences building Infinite Flight - starting with the Windows Phone in 2011! The conversation follows the history of using C# in smartphones, from WinPhone 7 through to MonoTouch, MonoGame, and Xamarin! Laura discusses the challeng…
 
In this episode, we'll be diving head long into a study investigating the first slice of "chrono nutrition" on Physionic. I love this study, because they do several things really well and give us some clear answers regarding intermittent fasting and its impact on insulin sensitivity *independent* of calorie intake (finally!). Study: https://www.ncb…
 
In which we return to the Titanenberg 13 and plot a course back to the slums of Ravensgyre. Come fly the friendly skies with your favourite Danger Team, with Herbert behind the wheel I'm sure it'll be smooth sailing. Danger Team, GO! is… Tom Wardle - DM Paul Harrop - Herbert Goodberry Adam Willis - Agar Panther James Kupa - Millhouse Quicksprocket …
 
Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 335 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on December 11, 2020 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at GuardFrequency.com [Download this episode](Right click, Save As…) This Week’s Schedule Flight Deck – [……
 
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