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Best Blurred Line podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Blurred Line podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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This podcast will make you smarter. We are a weekly podcast featuring cutting edge legal issues that helps you see things clearly in Music, Entertainment, Digital Media, Sports & everything in between. Hosted by renowned lawyer & litigator Richard Busch of King & Ballow who has won landmark verdicts for Eminem, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Jillian Michaels, Al Bell, Marvin Gaye & more.
 
Tanis is a bi-weekly podcast from the creators of Pacific Northwest Stories, and is hosted by Nic Silver. Tanis is a serialized docudrama about a fascinating and surprising mystery: the myth of Tanis. Tanis is an exploration of the nature of truth, conspiracy, and information. Tanis is what happens when the lines of science and fiction start to blur...
 
The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from Curiosity.com will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.
 
Are you obsessed with obsession? Have you ever blurred the line between love and infatuation? In "Obsession," we'll delve deep into the history, culture, science and often deadly consequences of unrequited love. You'll learn what makes someone turn pathological and hear from real people who have experienced both sides of obsessive relationships -- and they're more common than you might think. This podcast series is funded by Focus Features and produced by LA Times Studios. The Los Angeles Ti ...
 
The Ever Evolving Truth is an investigative podcast series. Season 1: Is the focus a sick single mother battling cancer and abuse OR is she a two-bit scam artist who will do anything for a dollar except hold a job? Decide for yourself this season on The Ever Evolving Truth. Season 2 Follows the story of a missing woman Season 3 starts April 5th 2020. We do a deep dive into how people abuse the CPS system. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to On The Line! Joe Mullings is hoping to provide insight to those looking to really drive his personal careers with advice rooted in 3 decades of career development and coaching. Joe has helped build hundreds of companies working closely with CEO’s and entrepreneurs in the high-tech world. He founded the top search firm in the medical device industry and has built other businesses including The Armory which had world class UFC fighters and World Champion Brazilian Jiu Jitsu professi ...
 
The line between sanity and insanity is blurred in this classic novella by Anton Chekhov. The disillusioned idealist Dr. Rabin is in charge of a provincial lunatic asylum, overseeing with weary, dubious policies a motley group of patients, a group that mirrors in microcosm all of human and especially Russian society. Seeking answers to profound questions, Dr. Rabin enters into dialogues with both staff members and patients, trying to make sense out of what has become of his life, until it be ...
 
Juggernaut Radio - created by Juggernaut Records, LLC and Gee O Supreme to blur the line between mainstream hip hop and "underground" hip hop. We feature rare mixes of your favorite artists as well as up and coming artists, producers and DJs. Tune in every month for new topics, new music and a brand new era in internet radio.
 
Being a mom is hard—everybody knows that. But usually we only hear about sleepless nights and diaper changes, not the profound identity shift that accompanies becoming a mother. Motherhood is a psychological big bang. And yet it’s rare to find emotionally honest conversations about it. On Gimlet Media’s Motherhood Sessions, Dr. Alexandra Sacks, a renowned reproductive psychiatrist, sits down with mothers and lets us listen in on conversations that are hard to have outside of a therapist’s of ...
 
In spite of Nicea's condemnation of Arius in 325, Arianism was far from dead. For decades after Nicea, political intrigue and personality clashes continued to confuse the doctrinal issues. Additionally, the line separating othodoxy from Arianism was blurred by a number of "semi-Arians" who agreed with the theology of orthodoxy but continued to object to the "homoousios" of the Nicene Formula. In this milieu, Athanasius of Alexandria tirelessly worked to cut through the confusion and restore ...
 
Jacqueline is an Award-winning author, having been recognised for her debut novella Walk Quiet Run Quick. A fictional crime story that creates an awareness of some of those red flags hidden within a relationship. She has also published her 2nd book, The Relationship JigSaw. 8 Key Pieces For A Healthy Happy Relationship. She interviews women and young girls who have experienced abuse and how they overcame adversity and challenges. Gain insights about relationships that will engage, educate an ...
 
Medicine bridges the gap that exists between our society and the world of science. However, it is more than the sum of our knowledge about disease. Medicine concerns the experiences, feelings, and interpretations of human beings in often extraordinary moments of fear, anxiety, and doubt. However, the exercise of medical professionalism is hampered by the political and cultural environment of health, which many doctors consider disabling. The doctor character has undergone significant changes ...
 
RSN’s KidneyTalk™ is an informative, inspirational, and entertaining online, half-hour radio talk show that launched in June of 2006 with host RSN Founder & President Lori Hartwell. With Lori Hartwell’s, a renal disease survivor since 1958, KidneyTalk™ provides the audience with practical advice on how to live a full and productive life despite CKD. The show features healthcare professionals and people living successfully with kidney disease who share personal experiences in inspirational, t ...
 
Constellations from Kratos is your connection to the innovators, business leaders, entrepreneurs and policy makers who are making ... and remaking ... today's satellite and space industries. The current explosion in innovation is revolutionizing communications, imagery, defense and research and has caused a culture shift within the traditional satellite and space industry landscapes. New Space versus Old Space, GEO versus LEO Satellites, Narrowband versus Wideband, High-Throughput Satellites ...
 
Blast Burn Radio is a weekly podcast and competition celebrating the Pokemon Franchise.Join our hosts JollyByNature, MeserEngine, and Celes as we discuss community news, personal memories, and a retrospective of the series 19 years after we picked up the original games as kids. Watch us on Twitch as we run through each generation of games competitively under the Nuzlocke rule set, battle our teams weekly on showdown, and of course talk smack.
 
The complexity of current software systems, evolution of their requirements and uncertainty in their environments has led the software engineering community to look for inspiration in diverse related fields (e.g., robotics, artificial intelligence, control theory, and biology) for new ways to design and manage complex systems and their evolution. In this endeavor, the capability of the system to adjust its behavior in response to changes in the system itself, the requirements, or the environ ...
 
Not your typical podcast. Digging into the lesser known stories that tie together the worlds of sport, film, and gaming. Released in "Drops", we explore the big picture ideas that seep into the different segments of pop culture. Listen to one, or listen to them all. These evergreen episodes tell a story that can be appreciated by everyone.
 
Jeff Price (Founder TuneCore, spinART Records and Audiam) and journalist Ted Gerstein (Author: Bomb Squad, Former Producer ABC News Nightline) explore the behind the scenes mechanisms of the music industry allowing artists, producers, record labels, songwriters and technology innovators to make money off music. Learn why $30 billion dollars is generated off of music and whose pockets it ends up in.
 
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00:31 – Introductions 01:30 – I didn’t know what to do so I bit him 03:51 – Time Tracking with Workfront 04:45 – Tracking time for salary employees 08:45 – Managers need time tracking for work at home employees 26:48 – Robospam is A.I. 32:31 – Workout in Covid-19 37:30 – Going back to work with masks 42:00 – Covid 19 ethics 45:00 – Afraid to spend …
 
“People are smart about how they can avoid advertising at all costs. You have to present them with a story they want to hear and use the brand in support of that story.” Lee Tone of Alkemy X has spent his career navigating the blurred lines of advertising and entertainment, finding ways to talk about brands without directly talking about brands. Th…
 
How much fun he's having with these episodes during Quarantine, April being better than March, how big the Blurred Lines case was & a tweet by Marvin Gaye about it, fighting after the trial was over on the appeal, those who supported and went against The Gaye's in the Amicus Briefs & more. Then it's an honor & a privilege to have Jan Gaye on Blurre…
 
Learn about why selfish people have false memories of being generous; why we can’t do brain transplants; and why you used to be able to buy life insurance from airport vending machines. Selfish people actually have false memories of being generous by Kelsey Donk Memory misfires help selfish maintain their self-image. (2020). EurekAlert! https://www…
 
Richard Busch comes firing out of the tunnel today to the iconic NFL on Fox Theme music because today we have the creator Scott Schreer on the podcast today! It's an honor & a privilege to have the Composer & Producer of Iconic Theme Songs & companies on the podcast to today to discuss: How he did all of these amazing things & his drive, both of th…
 
Learn about whether it’s a good idea to rub dirt on your wounds; how funny memes can help save endangered species like the proboscis monkey; and how space travel changes the shape of astronauts’ hearts. When it comes to wounds, science says "rub some dirt on it" might be good advice by Cameron Duke Dillow, C. (2013, May 23). Got A Wound? Science Sa…
 
Join my private FB group Remember 2016? At this point, it might as well be 1916. So much has happened since then. The world we live in now is different in so many ways. But apparently it's not too different. 2016 was the year where racial tension in modern America seemed to hit an all-time high. Black Lives Matter dominated every headline, and Coli…
 
Learn about how archaeologists are solving a prehistoric poop problem; what leads people to be “cultural omnivores”; and an easy trick for telling stars and planets apart when you’re stargazing. What can we learn from prehistoric poop? by Cameron Duke Borry, M., Cordova, B., Perri, A., Wibowo, M., Prasad Honap, T., Ko, J., Yu, J., Britton, K., Gird…
 
Learn about breakthrough research into what our brains do while we sleep; how plants fight back when they hear they’re being eaten; and why the Y2K bug is actually what a well-handled crisis looks like afterward. This is the first direct evidence that our brains replay waking experiences while we sleep by Cameron Duke Eichenlaub, J.-B., Jarosiewicz…
 
Two years ago I was fortunate enough to interview one of my business heroes—management legend and author Tom Peters. This was a once-in-a-lifetime podcast event. Or so I thought. A couple of weeks ago, Tom reached out again wanting to talk about the unique challenges of leadership and work in these troubling times. I couldn't wait to catch up with …
 
Learn about why it might actually be pretty easy to drink an elephant under the table; how carrier pigeons like Cher Ami helped win the world wars; and why night owls may have worse emotion regulation than morning people. Apparently, elephants get drunk and they're total lightweights by Cameron Duke Burke, J. (2010, December 3). Elephants on drunke…
 
We all love to be in a healthy relationships but there are times when we need to take time to give your relationship a health check moreso now than ever as we are all on Lockdown due this pandemic that the world is experiencing. Domestic Abuse has risen considerable. How do you recognise the signs? What steps do you take to leave. How do I move for…
 
Learn about why the marijuana classifications of indica and sativa aren’t based in science; how clean your washing machine really gets your clothes; and why researchers staged sword fights to learn about the Bronze Age. Indica and sativa marijuana classifications aren't based in science by Andrea Michelson Naftulin, J. (2020, April 20). There is no…
 
This is Blurred Laws & Life with acclaimed lawyer & litigator Richard Busch. On this eighth episode, we discuss: Having David Hill on the show last week, having Scott Schreer on the show next week, Tesla's plant being back in operation after the City of Alameda dropped their Constitutional Suit, litigating & winning a case vs. Sean "Diddy" Combs, S…
 
Discussed in this episode: The spotlight effect, insecurity, social anxiety, body dysmorphic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, cognitive behavioral therapy, stoicism, the importance of values in anxiety, the importance of thresholds in anxiety, first-world problems, and the Dodo Bird Effect in Psychotherapy. http://insightfulthinkersmedia.co…
 
Nu kan du lyssna på det sextiosjätte avsnittet av “I Krig och Fred” där du hör författaren Jan-Olof Grahn berätta om svensk signalspaning och underrättelsetjänst. Jan-Olof har skrivit böckerna “Om svensk underrättelsetjänst”, “Om svensk signalspaning : pionjärerna”, “Om svensk signalspaning: andra världskriget” och “Om svensk signalspaning: Kalla k…
 
Learn about why people tune out facts and trust their guts in medical emergencies; a Victorian-era version of credit cards; and how scientists are trying to add an eighth row to the periodic table of elements. People tune out facts and trust their guts in medical emergencies by Kelsey Donk UTA study: In crisis, people trust feelings over facts. (20…
 
Yesterday, Queen's Law joined its faculty partners across the Queen's University campus in announcing a Fall 2020 semester that will be largely remote, and similar announcements are being made at colleges and universities across Canada. Where does that leave students who are now not planning on returning to their campus homes in the fall - and what…
 
Join my private FB group Remember how the corporate press spent years breathlessly freaking out about Trump and Russia? It was the only story for month after month after month. All we heard was "quid pro quo." Then Robert Mueller released his report and it all sputtered out into nothing. Now Joe Biden is embroiled in his own quid pro quo scandal. A…
 
Listen to Dr. William Conley talk about the RF spectrum (part of the electromagnetic spectrum or EMS). Learn why domains are really about joint command relationships and not fundamental physics. Dr. Conley will discuss why every service has to have some core capability in this part of EMS because all multi-domain operations, including space, depend…
 
In this fifth episode of our special lockdown series, we spoke to journalist and author Lucy Jones about her book, Losing Eden which details why our minds need the wild.Our conversation touched upon how nature, along with more traditional treatment was important for her recovery from addiction and other MH issues and the role of our relationship to…
 
Learn about how studying World of Warcraft helped researchers learn how to respond to the coronavirus pandemic; how scientists described mouse facial expressions for the first time; and how social rejection can fuel creativity. Scientists studied a "pandemic" in World of Warcraft to learn how to fight a real virus by Grant Currin Fenlon, W. (2020, …
 
Learn about why natural selection favors superstitions; why the way our noses smell is way more complicated than we thought; and where scientists think 'Oumuamua, the first interstellar object, came from. How natural selection favors superstitions by Cameron Duke Foster, K. R., & Kokko, H. (2008). The evolution of superstitious and superstition-lik…
 
Join my private FB group A top WHO official says the second wave of the "pandemic" will be worse than the first. As if they can actually know that! Maybe it will be. Who knows. The problem is, that type of warning is being used to pressure governments into continuing these disastrous lockdown policies. Why? Because lockdowns are disastrous to the l…
 
“Agile marketing is about focus, quality, and planning. We have an ultimate destination. We’re just more flexible about the path we take to get there.” A certified agile leader and practitioner, the focus of Andrea Fryrear’s work is helping marketers find greater focus in their work. We discussed process, planning, and why agile marketing is more i…
 
Learn about what makes fruit mealy; a new therapy technique for parents that could reduce their kids’ anxiety; and what scientists learned when they tried to build a second Earth, in the notorious story of “Biosphere 2.” What makes fruit mealy? by Andrea Michelson SciShow. (2020). What Makes Fruit Mealy? [YouTube Video]. In YouTube. https://www.you…
 
Join my private FB group If you haven't heard of Dave Rubin, you might be living under a rock. Dave is a good friend of the show, so it's been awesome watching his career take off over the past few years. We invited him on the show today because he just released his new book. In Don't Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in the Age of Unreason, Da…
 
Learn about whether you should wad or fold toilet paper, according to science; why your brain evolved to hoard supplies but shame others for doing the same; and the purpose of grand unified field theory, with help from astrophysicist Adam Becker. Whether to wad or fold toilet paper, according to science by Andrea Michelson Myers, Q. (2019, March 12…
 
Welcome to Blurred Laws & Life with Richard Busch. Today Richard kicks off the show by discussing:Tesla filing a Constitutional Challenge & representing Eminem for a Constitutional Issue, R.I.P. Childhood Hero Don Shula & a very funny story about him from his childhood & more. Then it's an honor and a privilege to have David Hill (Producer, Former …
 
Learn about where your emotions come from and how you can hack them, with help from psychology researcher and neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett. Plus: learn why tarantula venom could be an alternative to opioids. Maybe tarantula venom could be an alternative to opioids by Cameron Duke Agwa, A. J., Tran, P., Mueller, A., Tran, H. N. T., Deuis, J. …
 
Click here to download the free training mentioned in today's show. To start off today's show, we're gonna answer another listener question. This one is about time management. It's a good question because the vast majority of people wander their way through life. They have no purpose, and they don't have clear goals, so they have to drag themselves…
 
Learn about the impact of maladaptive daydreaming, then learn about whether dogs can recognize our faces in photographs. Then, author Maryn McKenna will explain how antibiotics created modern agriculture and changed the way the world eats. People with 'maladaptive daydreaming' spend up to 4 hours a day lost in their imaginations by Kelsey Donk Peop…
 
Krista takes us through her time at CPS. Spending three years their she has some great insight. One thing she revealed is the larger underlying issue with the system in general. A lack of support for those suffering alone with mental health. If you want your own personal "Pointless Coffee Cup" Check out our latest commercial. https://www.facebook.c…
 
Learn about a surprising tip for de-cluttering your house; 3 extinct relatives of humans that lived in the same place and time; and why the possibility that the universe might not be expanding at the same rate everywhere is a huge deal. What's The First Step for De-Cluttering Your House? by Reuben Westmas The Ohio State University. (2017, June 26).…
 
Miller Puckette created "The Patcher" Max (the precursor to Max/MSP), and later Pure Data, two of the most important tools in the history of visual programming and computer music. Max was designed by Miller in the mid-1980s as an aid to computer-music composers who wanted to build their own dynamic systems without needing write C code. Max had no f…
 
Join my private FB group! At the end of Friday's episode, one of our listeners sent us a Superchat on YouTube. We didn't have time to answer it then, so that's the first thing on the docket today. It was a good question. He hates his current job and wants to work for himself as a creative. But he doesn't know where to start, and he's struggling wit…
 
Learn about how a psychologist named B.F. Skinner proved that pigeons can be superstitious; the science of histamines and why allergy medications make us sleepy; and the 5 ages of the universe, including the Stelliferous Era we’re in right now. Pigeons Can Be Superstitious — And a Psychologist Once Proved It by Ashley Hamer Superstitious behavior |…
 
How has Covid-19 affected organ procurement organizations (OPOs)? Are kidney transplantations and donations still taking place? Today, Lori talks with Kristine Neal, Director of Communications for South Carolinas OPO, We Are Sharing Hope SC. Listen in to this show to learn how the pandemic has altered the experiences of transplant recipients and pr…
 
Half of Americans are now out of work. Yes, you read that right. For the first time in history, half of all Americans are out of work. But you wouldn't even know it by looking at the stock market. And that's because the stock market is now, more than ever, not an indicator of the economic health of the nation. Here's one example. Earlier this week,…
 
Learn what researchers found when they tried to build the perfect profanity, then learn how playing an online game called Stall Catchers can help scientists speed up Alzheimer’s research. Then, test your knowledge with Curiosity Challenge trivia questions. A new study tried to build the perfect swear word by Kelsey Donk Neuroskeptic. (2020, March 3…
 
On this very special episode of Blurred Laws & Life with Richard Busch we begin with special guest Al Bell (Former Stax Owner & CEO, Producer & Songwriter) to discuss: Standing up for Stax Records, if he's intimidated by Jan Gaye & responding to her from Chapter 5, Shouting at what she said, if there had not been Berry Gordy & him doing the impossi…
 
Learn about why people can’t help but “shoot the messenger;” how neurons in your gut influence neurons in your brain thanks to the gut-brain axis; and why we still use the QWERTY keyboard, along with information on Dvorak and Colemak layouts. People can't help but "shoot the messenger" by Kelsey Donk We Really Do Shoot the Messengers of Bad News, R…
 
***This episode covers some very sensitive adult material, so it likely is not appropriate for your children.*** We love how engaged and responsive our audience is. And we really need your help today. Our guest on this episode has an important message. She needs to get it in front of as many people as possible. But it's a sensitive subject that thr…
 
Learn about the unique opportunities and challenges in the ground station-as-a-service business model. Find out about the drivers behind the growth in this segment, such as the greater demand for data. Discover the difference between traditional ground system operations and new business models which make space more accessible and affordable. In thi…
 
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