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Best Eran podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Eran podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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On the Shoulders of Dwarves is a weekly podcast focusing on practical advice for role-players, with a lighthearted atmosphere and no GM screen. Every 30-40 minutes episode focuses on a specific subject, with the aim to provide useful suggestions for players and GMs who are looking to solve a problem they came up against, or just upgrade their game. Email us with your questions and remarks, to show@dwarfcast.net
 
Parenting - it's both wonderful and nerve-wracking. But you can break that cycle!If you are a parent who wants to find balance and get to the end of the day with a smile on your face, if you want to understand your children and yourself better, and if you want to lead your family into calm waters while having fun doing so, this is the podcast for you.Hi, I'm Eran Katz. I'm a Clinical Psychologist and Parenting Counsellor, Attachment Researcher, and family man. In this show, I combine the art ...
 
Remake is a podcast about Design, Systems, and Society. And I'm Eran Dror, longtime product designer, and founder of Remake Labs. In each episode I interview someone who’s trying to change our lives for the better in some meaningful way, whether through a new product, new venture, or new way of looking at the world, and I try to understand how they came to it, what makes them tick, and what we all can learn from them. Besides Design and Design Sprints, we'll touch topics in Systems Thinking, ...
 
The Podcast from Australia for Science and Reason. Join Richard Saunders and his team of reporters for your weekly dose of skeptical news and interviews, reports and comments. Past guests have included, James Randi, Stephen Fry, Tim Minchin, Eugenie Scott, Dr Phil Plait, Michael Marshall, Dr Steve Novella, Dr Pamela Gay, Jon Ronson, Dr Ben Goldacre, Simon Singh, Prof. Richard Wiseman, Dick Smith, Banachek, Prof. Chris French, George Hrab, Tim Ferguson, Dr Paul Willis and many, many more. Fea ...
 
Test Talks is a weekly podcast hosted by Joe Colantonio, which geeks out on all things software test automation. TestTalks covers news found in the testing space, reviews books about automation and speaks with some of the thought leaders in the test automation field. We’ll aim to interview some of today’s most successful and inspiring software engineers and test automation thought leaders.
 
The Main Street Author Podcast is an interview-style podcast with host Mike Capuzzi and local, Main Street business owners who have successfully authored, published and leveraged a book in their business to differentiate themselves and attract more ideal customers.Each episode is focused on book-authoring and book-centric marketing tactics and strategies that work for traditional local business owners.
 
You know that thing you've been thinking about doing? Why Not Now? Amy Jo Martin, a New York Times Best-Selling Author and Personal Branding pioneer, created this show because she believes the world will be a better place if more people ask themselves, "Why Not Now?". Each episode you'll hear from Amy Jo herself and a professional Why Notter - guests like Mark Cuban, Jessica Alba, Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Billy Corgan and more - and learn how they answered the question then took actio ...
 
1 – 31 March 2012Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.orgRadio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed.The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recordin ...
 
Sound of the Moment is a podcast released every second Monday and hosted by bassist and composer Pat Cleaver. The show features conversations and interviews with jazz musicians on a variety of topics such as the creative process, sources of inspiration, and of course discussions of the guest’s latest releases and projects. Sound of the Moment strives to provide valuable insights into the lives and minds of artists and serve as a platform for the promotion of jazz and improvised music.
 
Are you worldbuilding for homebrew RPG campaigns, novels, game development, films or anything else? Then you're in the right place! Designed to educate, inspire and entertain, World Anvil's founders Janet (an entertaining nutcase) and Dimitris (relatively sane) chat with creators and academics about the brass tacks of worldbuilding, exploring a new theme each month. Expect topics like Cultures and Societies, Settlements and their needs, Myths and Legends and how to avoid worldbuilding plotho ...
 
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Health Innovation Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast focusing on the next generation of healthcare innovators and movers-and-shakers who are disrupting the healthcare space. This podcast is all about increasing awareness of future health trends, accelerating technologies, and art and design perspectives. The podcast also provides a forum for elevating public discourse on ways healthcare can be more accessible, less costly, and more efficient. You'll hear about dynamic collaborations, b ...
 
The data revolution has begun. The knowledge you will gain over your body, your health, your performance, will explode in the next 5 years. Empowering you to make better decisions about your body and get the results you’re looking for, instead of just guessing or following the latest opinion fad in health or fitness or anti-aging. The Quantified Body introduces you to the cutting edge in this trend – wearable devices, biomarkers, the latest lab tests, quantified self protocols, biohacking ta ...
 
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Your “Why Not Now?” moment may not always be about starting something new. What happens if that moment comes when it’s time to end something? Eran Zinman, Co-Founder & CTO of monday.com, and Amy Jo discuss that very thing in this episode. Eran’s “Why Not Now?” came after he realized he hadn’t validated the idea for his first company properly and ha…
 
On this episode of the Main Street Author Podcast, I interview business mentor and author, Eran Stern. Eran is an author, highly-sought-after speaker, and renowned expert for creating meaningful change and transformation in people’s lives. He has extensive experience in coaching people to achieve ground breaking results. He is the author of the boo…
 
Eran Barnea is a Hollywood cinematographer who has completed research studies worldwide on rock art depicting horned artiodactyls. His studies relate to the symbolism and religious metaphors world-wide of these remarkable animals. Links California Rock Art Foundation Contact Chris Webster chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com Twitter: @archeowebby Dr…
 
Many testers are still struggling with test automation, as more and more companies are moving towards continuous testing. Discover how to leverage tools like TestCraft to help. In this episode, Eran Kinsbruner, a Mobile Technical Evangelist at Perfecto, shares how codeless solutions can help create quicker, more reliable automation. Also, learn mor…
 
Catherine sits down with ISDA's Ciarán McGonagle and R3's Jason Rozovsky to talk about foundational standards for blockchain, smart contract guidelines, their recent paper, ISDA's work on the Common Domain Module (CDM), and more! Listen on your favorite podcast app or watch online at r3.com. ISDA, Clifford Chance, R3 and the Singapore Academy of La…
 
עד לאיזו רמה צריך לפשט את המוצר כדי לספק לאנשים חווית שימוש קלה? ומה עושים כשהמוצר צריך לדבר להרבה אנשים מרקע שונה לחלוטין? ולמה בכלל חשוב לשים את בני האדם במרכז כשניגשים לעצב פיצ׳ר חדש? בין אם אנחנו מעצבים תוכנה לארגונים, אפליקציה לטלפון או רהיט - בסופו של דבר בקצה השני יושב אדם שמשתמש במוצר שלכם. זה אולי משפט מובן מאליו, אבל המשמעות שלו היא שכל פ…
 
This week, on a short but fun episode, Anna and Amber investigate some of the massive figures cut into the chalk landscape of the Southern UK. Who made them? How old are they? Why are there so many horses? Links Cerne Abbas Giant is NOT prehistoric and may have been created just a few hundred years ago before becoming a propaganda tool for William …
 
On Episode 27 of A Life in Ruins Podcast, we interview Dr. Robert L. Kelly. Dr. Kelly was all the cohosts thesis advisor at the University of Wyoming. Dr. Robert L. Kelly wrote the book, The Lifeways of Hunter-Gatherers: The Foraging Spectrum, on hunter-gatherer archaeology and the mathematical proofs behind it. He was involved in early research at…
 
Have you tried Cypress.io yet? In this episode Marie, a principal test automation engineer at News UK and Cypress Ambassador will share her reason for selecting Cypress as one of her main testing tools. Discover the benefits of using Cypress, as well as Marie’s QA strategy for selecting and using tools for UI Automation, Visual Validation, Accessib…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:05:18 Interview with Sue Ieraci Sue is an Australian doctor and emergency specialist with more than three decades' experience in the public hospital system. She is a vocal advocate for improvements in Emergency Medicine, how it is viewed in the hospital framework and patient-centred care. Sue is a member of t…
 
Rebecca Lambert studies those places in our world that we don't either think about or even like to think about. Shadows, hidden areas, underpasses. These places are sometimes scary, sometimes strange, and sometimes make you feel different on the other side. What can we learn about places on the edge, or, liminal places? We explore these spaces on t…
 
This week Chris and Martin talk to Nikita Ivanov CTO and founder of GridGain Systems. The topic is in-memory computing and specifically Apache Ignite, an open-source key-value store that also supports SQL99 and POSIX-compliant file interfaces. The idea of running applications purely from memory isn’t a new one. DRAM is the fastest “storage” compone…
 
Carlos Gallinger is a world class wildlife specialist. Mr. Gallinger has spent much of his life studying the habits, habitat, and associated prehistoric activities of the big horn sheep in central eastern California. Carlos has studied native-American interactions with big horn sheep and their hunting of these animals through what they left behind …
 
Teotihuacan was a massive, important, city near modern day Mexico City. There are several massive pyramids on the site and two of them have caves UNDER the pyramid. The pyramid of the moon was the focus of the paper linked below and Denisse Argote and Andres Tejero use two techniques to try to identify the presence or absense of a cave beneath it. …
 
How to resolve the tension between controlling our children and helping them grow freely? In this episode of the podcast, I'm answering a question submitted by a mother of a 2 years old girl, saying "I like the idea of being a 'gardener' in the sense of providing a healthy environment for her to grow and develop. However, there is also the instinct…
 
In this episode, Alex and Simona will be tackling culinary zooarchaeology. Listen on to find out more about how to identify food preparation in the archaeological record, ancient BBQs and interpreting archaeological rubbish. Links Besherer Metheny, K. and Beaudry, M.C. (2015) Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopedia. Rowman & Littlefield. Binford, L. (…
 
Since back-to-school season is rolling around again, let's return to our annual tradition of busting myths and righting wrongs! This time, we cover pyramid construction (and curses), the Genghis Khan family reunion, the end of James Cook, Stonehenge, the Dark Ages, and more. This episode is not to be myth-ed. Links Enter to win Dirt merch This 4,50…
 
What do we mean when we say rewards beyond loot? Not just money, treasure or magic items. Let’s give a few examples and it’ll be clear. Non loot rewards (01:24) Some examples: Land Titles Association (part of a guild/group/etc) House / Place to live Renown Something personal Narrative power GMs - What can we do with non treasure rewards (09:33) Why…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:04:51 VAXXED Bus Banned Blue Mountains City Council - Matter of Urgency - That the Council now considers a matter arising in relation to NSW Heath order and Council bookings by VAXXED Bus tour that has been ruled by the Mayor to be a matter of great urgency. https://www.bmcc.nsw.gov.au/documents/2020-07-28-co…
 
Cindy Eckert has built and sold two pharmaceutical companies and she's the creator of the Little Pink Pill. Cindy exited that company for more than a billion dollars, and in total has $1.5bn worth of exits, but who's counting? Right? Cindy writes her own rules and defines what it means to be a renegade. The woman is unapologetically true to herself…
 
Welcome to another re-broadcast of the live You Call This Archaeology show with Richie Cruz and Chris Webster. On today's episode we talk a lot about camping, RVs, and summer fieldwork. Links Roadster Adventures Happy Archaeology Fun Time Contact Chris Webster chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Find this show…
 
On this episode of the Main Street Author Podcast, I interview Amazon book advertising expert and author, Michal Stawicki. Besides being a prolific self-help author, Michal helps Amazon book authors make their Amazon book pages more effective and he also helps authors sell more books with effective Amazon book advertising strategies. Learn more abo…
 
What simple parenting technique can help you resolve sibling fights; teach your children to solve problems; nurture their empathy muscles; and build their confidence? It's called Sportscasting and it involves a simple trick: narrate what your children are doing, with no judgement. It's a bit more complex than that, though, so tune in to this episod…
 
Welcome to a special episode of the CRM Archaeology Podcast. On this episode, host of the show Dr. Bill White brings on a panel of career archaeologists to talk about diversity in archaeology. Not just diversity and the current situation, though, but what we, as a profession, can do about it. Links Sapiens Article Follow Our Panelists On Twitter Bi…
 
It's your lucky day, punk. It's time to tear down walls and explore what the meaning of Punk Archaeology is and see what its perspective has to offer archaeology as a whole. I talk to Bill Caraher, who maintains the blog, Archaeology of the Mediterranean World and was also involved in the Archaeology Un-conference that spawned the book Punk Archaeo…
 
מה זה Annual recurring revenue? למה זו מטריקה שחשוב למדוד? ומה ההבדל בין ARR ל-Revenue? פרק שני ל-Fundamentals - סדרה שבמהלכה אנחנו מדברים על מושגי יסוד ועקרונות מעולם הסטארטאפים, מתוך מטרה לאפשר לכם לדבר את ה'שפה' הטכנולוגית הזו בצורה שוטפת ולגשת לכל תהליך עבודה עם הרקע הנכון. בין אם אתם חדשים לעולם הזה או רוצים להעמיק את ההבנה שלכם בשפה הזו – הסד…
 
This week, for our ONE HUNDREDTH EPISODE, Anna and Amber bend their brains around the archaeology of the future and the future of archaeology. What will excavation look like in 100, 1,000, or 5,000 years? What about human evolution? Human culture? Language? We come up with more questions than answers, and have a great time doing it. THANK YOU for g…
 
On this episode of Our Ruined lives, we giggle and chat with our good friend Alex Craib. Alex is a PhD student at the University of Wyoming studying under the same professor as all the cohosts did. We start off by delving through Alex’s career so far in archaeology and then get into a ridiculous series of stories about fieldwork with David, Connor …
 
The growth in cloud-based, CRM solutions like Salesforce is growing. I would also bet the company you work for has some sort of implementation of Salesforce. But how do you test these types of applications? In this episode, Guljeet Nagpaul, Chief Product Officer at ACCELQ, will share suggestions on how to test Salesforce applications. Discover chal…
 
For the past 14 years, Jaime Casap has been the Chief Education Evangelist for Google. He recently left that position, and like many of us, Jaime is now on the path to figuring out what he’s going to do next. Jaime and Amy Jo discuss the Why Not Now? moment that led him to Google; a moment that took him from New York to Arizona with only $40 in his…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:04:13 Pete Evans, what a Tweet Criticism has been levelled against celebrity chef Pete Evans for a recent tweet in which he seemed to discourage the wearing of face masks. https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/health-problems/pete-evans-suggests-followers-should-stop-wearing-face-masks/news-story/354b3edc7…
 
This week Chris and Martin review the idea of storage unicorns, companies that have a valuation of one billion dollars or more. What exactly is the basis or justification for a billion dollar price tag? Is this something invented by the VC industry or is there a real degree of science behind the assumptions? The list in question comes from a Blocks…
 
Eric Hanson has worked in visual effects for several decades. His work has been seen in movies like Cast Away and The Fifth Element, to name just two. Now, he shifted focus to the natural environment and cultural expressions. Through his venture, Blue Planet VR, Eric takes you on a realistic journey to rock art sites and other cultural sites around…
 
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