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On this podcast, Jon Barber uses his unique style of musical commentary to share in-depth analysis on a wide variety of artists. Subscribe to listen as @BarberShreds goes deep and explores the music scene, with a focus on touring artists like The Disco Biscuits. Here at TDAD, we host and feature inspiring guests as they banter with Jon and discuss music, technology, and anything that shreds. #TouchdownsAllDay Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/touchdownsallday.
 
The Bon Appétit Foodcast covers it all: the restaurant scene across the country, a peek inside the minds of the world’s best chefs, the cooking techniques you should be trying out at home, and a behind-the-scenes look at how our writers and editors do what they do. The podcast is our moment to relax and chat... and get really opinionated about mac & cheese. And chicken wings. And butter. Episodes air every Wednesday.
 
DJ Creamy Mami delivers two hours of Fully Explicit intersectional feminist-potent queer radio. Deconstructed rap & R&B, obscure rips, house, garage, washing line, gamer, vogue, ebm, industrial, techno, bounce, dancehall, reggaeton, jungle, D&B, chopped'n'bopped experimental & exclusive mixes & radical spoken word from heroes & fam around the world. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesdays from 11pm.
 
Troubled Waters is the pop culture quiz show where comedians disagree to disagree. Twice a month, Dave will stoke pointless arguments between two teams of comedians and make them compete against each other in order to settle their meaningless debates once and for all. Winner takes home the right to be right.
 
If you love Delicious TV's Totally Vegetarian on public television, watch host Toni Fiore as she whips up some of her favorites, like Creamy Chard Wontons, Hot Jamaican Jerk Tofu, a savory Tempeh Club Sandwich, and Creamy Tofu Pot Pies, even a carnivore can delight in. Come and savor the flavor. Find the ecoookbooks at delicioustv.com or check out our iPhone and iPad App 'VegEZ' and bring 75 of Toni's favorite recipes on your next grocery shopping trip.
 
Deep dish vs. thin crust? Hamburgers vs. hot dogs? Creamy peanut butter vs. crunchy? Welcome to the high-energy, game-show-style podcast Food Court, where celebrity chef Richard Blais (Top Chef, MasterChef, etc.) presides over his guests – comedians, writers, chefs – to debate opposing viewpoints. After a trivia lightning round, each guest will argue passionately why their position is the best as well as the opportunity to explain why their opponent’s stance is The Absolute Worst. It’s comed ...
 
The Funky Durian Podcast is a fresh and stinky take on pop culture and current issues from an Asian American, sometimes queer, but always irreverent perspective. Join co-hosts Panda X-Press and Jolly B. as they hold their noses and dive into everything rotten and indulge in the sweet creamy center of it all. And just like durian, you might not like everything about it, or you might love what's inside, but you always have to remember that it's a spiky, heavy fruit and will do serious damage f ...
 
Mark and Joe, two great creative minds, have embarked on an adventure that is a radio show, shedding light on what needs shining and will at the very least entertain a bored mind. Enjoy. All songs, clips, and other outside material are the property of their respective owners.
 
Welcome to my party....a gathering of souls, a meeting of minds, a collective of soaring spirits. For lovers of funky basslines, melodic hooks and creamy vocals Weekly Residencies: Gossip @ Love Machine: Every Sunday. Melbourne based DJ Mr Stoj began his musical career in 2002 whilst living abroad in London. He saved the money to buy a new set of turntables and mixer and that was the start of a life long dream. Soon after returning to Melbourne he created and formed the dance party Mecca @ T ...
 
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We drink and review a couple of creamy and delicious beers, give our reactions to UFC 254, discuss a new VR headset, as well as new iPhones! Check out the chapter markers or timestamps to skip to your favorite content! This week, the Ginger drinks and reviews the Shortcake Oat Shake from Newgrass Brewing, and The Beard drinks and reviews the Velvet…
 
Animal-free foods seem to be steadily growing in popularity. Whether for health reasons or as part of a commitment to the environment, more people are opting to go vegetarian or at least to be mindful about where the meat they eat comes from. Companies are jumping on board, with the list of animal-free food products in development ever expanding: i…
 
What a better way to bring in the Fall and Holidays than with this unique and fantastic soup This pumpkin soup recipe is creamy AND healthy! It calls for roasted pumpkin for maximum flavor and leftovers would go great with sandwiches or salads the next day. Recipe yields 4 bowls or 6 cups of soup.This pumpkin soup recipe includes instructions on ho…
 
Halloween weekend is upon us, and as millions don costumes and visit haunted houses (as if real life wasn’t scary enough right now), several towns in Japan won’t be seeing any evil creatures, real nor in spirit—because they’ve got a terrifying robotic wolf to protect them. Most recently added to this list is Takikawa, located on Japan’s northernmos…
 
We’re joined by David and Gary, hosts of the ‘Beers and Beards Podcast,’ this episode to, well, review beers! The four of us each brought a unique craft beer to review on the show, and while doing so, got know a little more about each other’s primary interests in the worlds of craft beer, bourbon, and more. With David and Gary both coming from a ba…
 
Mike Rutherford – Smallcreep’s Day Side 1: I Between the Tick and & the Tock ii Working in Line iii After Hours iv Cats and Rats (In This Neighbourhood) v Smallcreep Alone vi Out Into the Daylight Marillion – Best.Live Side D: This Strange Engine The Flower Kings – Unfold The Future Side A1: The Truth Will Set You Free pt. 1 Genesis – Duke Side 2: …
 
Damanek – Ragusa Profuna Ocean – Thousand Yard Stare Warmrain – Live the Dream Tygers of Pan Tang – Love Potion No. 9 Røsenkreütz – True Lies Jadis – Truth from the Lies Karmakanic – Who’s the Boss in the Factory? Karfagen & Sunchild – Stars of Cardiff Bay (live) Minor Giant – On the Road United Progressive Fraternity – What Happens Now Tweet The p…
 
In the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Measure of a Man,” Data, an android crew member of the Enterprise, is to be dismantled for research purposes unless Captain Picard can argue that Data deserves the same rights as a human being. Naturally the question arises: What is the basis upon which something has rights? What gives an entity mo…
 
One vaccine to rule them all. That was the blue sky goal for a new global collaboration with hopes to beat coronaviruses. I’m not just talking about SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for our current pandemic. I’m talking about all coronaviruses—past, present, and future—even those that haven’t yet made the leap into humans. Published in Science, th…
 
Squeezing a lot of computing power into robots without using up too much space or energy is a constant battle for their designers. But a new approach that mimics the structure of the human brain could provide a workaround. The capabilities of most of today’s mobile robots are fairly rudimentary, but giving them the smarts to do their jobs is still …
 
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: SPOOPY Season! And that means it’s time to bundle up for the approaching winter, watch some scary movies and ask the age old question: trick or treat? But we’re focusing on a different question this episode… Is Nightmare Before Christmas a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie? What characteristics put a mov…
 
OpenAI’s text generating AI has gotten a lot of buzz since its release in June. It’s been used to post comments on Reddit, write a poem roasting Elon Musk, and even write an entire article in The Guardian (which editors admitted they worked on and tweaked just as they would a human-written op ed). When the system learned to autocomplete images with…
 
In this week’s “Weigh-Ins” episode, we give our predictions for UFC 254 - Khabib vs. Gaethje, and recap some of the biggest fights from this past weekend’s UFC Fight Night in Abu Dhabi, headlined by Brian Ortega vs. Korean Zombie. If you want to skip around to find what interests you most, check out the chapter markers below! The time has finally c…
 
To begin, let's break down what calcium is and why your body needs it?Calcium is a chemical element with the symbol Ca. It is the most plentiful metal and the fifth-most abundant element in the human body. As electrolytes, calcium ions play a vital role in organisms and cells' physiological and biochemical processes. In short, calcium is good for y…
 
AI is continuously taking on new challenges, from detecting deepfakes (which, incidentally, are also made using AI) to winning at poker to giving synthetic biology experiments a boost. These impressive feats result partly from the huge datasets the systems are trained on. That training is costly and time-consuming, and it yields AIs that can really…
 
Have you ever used Google Assistant, Apple’s Siri, or Amazon Alexa to make decisions for you? Perhaps you asked it what new movies have good reviews, or to recommend a cool restaurant in your neighborhood. Artificial intelligence and virtual assistants are constantly being refined, and may soon be making appointments for you, offering medical advic…
 
Join us, if you will, for the latest edition of ‘From the Attic’, an NTAPS BobCast from the Progzilla York Studio. Catch up on all the latest Progzilla news, and hear tuneage from Jethro Tull, Blue Öyster Cult and Rush. Tweet The post From The Attic: An NTAPS BobCast – Edition 006: Good, Rich, and Thick appeared first on Progzilla Radio.…
 
Machine learning is taking medical diagnosis by storm. From eye disease, breast and other cancers, to more amorphous neurological disorders, AI is routinely matching physician performance, if not beating them outright. Yet how much can we take those results at face value? When it comes to life and death decisions, when can we put our full trust in …
 
Superconductivity could be the key to groundbreaking new technologies in energy, computing, and transportation, but so far it only occurs in materials chilled close to absolute zero. Now researchers have created the first ever room–temperature superconductor. As a current passes through a conductor it experiences resistance, which saps away useful …
 
When did something like us first appear on the planet? It turns out there’s remarkably little agreement on this question. Fossils and DNA suggest people looking like us, anatomically modern Homo sapiens, evolved around 300,000 years ago. Surprisingly, archaeology—tools, artifacts, cave art—suggest that complex technology and cultures, “behavioral m…
 
When you say “GIF”, how do you pronounce the G? Do you like it soft? Or do you like it HARD? Whether you say “Gif” or “Jif” can say a lot about who you are as a person, so be wary. In this debate, Austin firmly stands by the stance of a proud father. And Kristin busts out the law books to teach Austin how to pass the BAR exam. Get ready peanuts, th…
 
Side 1 England – Garden Shed – side A Midnight Madness All Alone Three Piece Suite Side 2 The Tangent – COMM – side 1 The WIKI Man Side 3 Rick Wakeman – Rhapsodies Side 1 Pedra da Gavea Front Line Bombay Duck Animal Showdown Big Ben Side 4 UFO – Strangers In The Night – Side 3 Lights Out Rock Bottom Tweet The post BobCast – 4 Sides Live 001 (NTAPS …
 
If you’ve seen the movie The Martian, you no doubt remember the rescue scene, in which (spoiler alert!) Matt Damon launches himself off Mars in a stripped-down rocket in hopes of his carefully-calculated trajectory taking him just close enough to his crew for them to pluck him from the void of outer space and bring him safely home to Earth. There’s…
 
I write about health, which includes our body, mind, and soul. And, at present, the state of our country has everything to do with that. Allow me to explain.I was thinking of our country and the changes that will be coming our way, and then I was thinking of Jesus and the changes he brought. So what do I mean by that, and how do the two tie in toge…
 
This week, our contestants are given horror movie limericks, pitch some horror movie mashups, and tells us some truly scary stories from Halloween past. Halle Kiefer would like to plug her podcast Ruined and recommends Scary Stories to tell on the Pod Brian Fernandes would like to plug Jordan, Jesse Go and recommends This Sounds Serious And Finally…
 
Do you start group chats about the best scalp treatments? Google AHA vs BHA exfoliants until the wee hours? Take progress photos of your dark spots after trying a new vitamin C serum? You’re our people. And we know you’re going to love The Science of Beauty, a new podcast produced by the editors of Allure. Michelle Lee, editor in chief, and Jenny B…
 
If I had to place money on a neurotech that will win the Nobel Prize, it’s optogenetics. The technology uses light of different frequencies to control the brain. It’s a brilliant mind-meld of basic neurobiology and engineering that hijacks the mechanism behind how neurons naturally activate—or are silenced—in the brain. Thanks to optogenetics, in j…
 
Fish – This Party’s Over Lazuli – Sol Adam & the Ants – The Magnificent Five (live) Hatfield And The North – The Yes No Interlude Scorpions – Crazy World Beardfish – Tall Tales Budgie – Nude Disintegrating Parachutist Woman Rammstein – Amerika Thin Lizzy – Black Rose (live) Pure Reason Revolution – Bullits Dominae Steve Hackett – Every Day (live) F…
 
Exploiting the resources of outer space might be key to the future expansion of the human species. But researchers argue that the US is trying to skew the game in its favor, with potentially disastrous consequences. The enormous cost of lifting material into space means that any serious effort to colonize the solar system will require us to rely on…
 
A few years ago, I saw a guy in a jet suit take off in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. The roar was deafening, the smell of fuel overwhelming. Over the span of a few minutes, he hovered above the ground and moved about a bit. The jet suit’s inventor, Richard Browning, had left a career in the energy industry and a stint in the Royal Marines, to g…
 
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