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The Object

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The Object

The Object podcast from the Minneapolis Institute of Art

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Hosted by Tim Gihring, "The Object" podcast explores the surprising, true stories behind museum objects, touching on immigration, race, and other issues. An object's view of us. (Produced by the Minneapolis Institute of Art)
 
George's Random Astronomical Object is a biweekly astronomy podcast featuring science discussions about astronomical objects at randomly selected locations in the sky. The wide range of topics discussed in the show include stars, variable stars, variable variable stars, supermassive black holes, ultracool dwarf stars, exoplanets, howler monkeys, infrared radiation, acronyms, more acronyms, starbursts, measurements of less than 20 parsecs, jellyfish galaxies, diffuse ionized gas, and general ...
 
Subject, Object, Verb is the sonic counterpart to ArtReview magazine, one of the world’s leading publications on contemporary art. The show explores the connections between artist, art and life – or, in the show’s own lexicon: subject, object and verb. Musician, artist and writer Ross Simonini engages with artists and thinkers of all varieties, including but not limited to painters, fashion designers, filmmakers, novelists, sculptors, poets, composers, sound artists, curators, and philosophe ...
 
Host Bridger Winegar invites friends, loved ones, and people he’s secretly trying to destroy to join him in conversation. He only has one request: No gifts! Naturally, every guest disobeys, meaning their chat will eventually turn to whatever object lies beneath the wrapping paper.
 
Innovation Celebration, explores recent advancements in science and technology and how they contribute to human flourishing. Join hosts Thomas Walker and Angelica Werth to learn what makes innovation possible, how it’s achieved, and celebrate those whose accomplishments in these fields are improving our quality of life.
 
A new pop culture podcast with a mix of news, cultural criticism, and comedy through a queer-trans lens, hosted by Fran Tirado and Rose Dommu. Though they are best friends now, Fran and Rose grew up very differently. Fran was a cult-ish, sheltered Christian camp counselor and Rose had a penchant for writing deranged fanfiction. Now they’re both godless heathens taking a look back at the formative classics that popped their cherries and made them who they are. Each week, the show starts off w ...
 
We’re fascinated by everyday objects and what they can tell us about the global economy. Join us every week as reporters from our global newsroom dig into the most fascinating facets of an object: where it came from, how it got to us, and what it can tell us about the forces that are changing the way we live and work.
 
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Coding Blocks

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Coding Blocks

Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joseph Zack

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The world of computer programming is vast in scope. There are literally thousands of topics to cover and no one person could ever reach them all. One of the goals of the Coding Blocks podcast is to introduce a number of these topics to the audience so they can learn during their commute or while cutting the grass. We will cover topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a who ...
 
Always Relevant, Never Hearsay, Sometimes Argumentative. In each episode of Objections, Adam Klasfeld navigates listeners through the top legal stories of the week with experts in a straightforward, analytical and factual manner. Klasfeld is a senior investigative reporter and editor for Law&Crime. Adam has reported on every corner of the legal system for more than a decade, with datelines from federal courts, state courts, the United Nations, Guantánamo Bay, the Ecuadorean Amazon, and a cou ...
 
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The Hero Show

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The Hero Show

Objective Standard Institute

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The Hero Show, a weekly podcast of OSI, explores the lives and achievements of heroes who have shaped our world, with Andrew Bernstein and Robert Begley. From freedom fighters, to pathbreaking scientists and inventors, to entrepreneurs and industrialists, these men and women can enlighten us, inspire us, and help us to be the best versions of ourselves today and in the future.
 
Object Of Sound brings you in tune with the music shaping our culture today. Hosted by poet and critic Hanif Abdurraqib, each episode blends the eclectic curation of freeform radio with artist interviews and textural storytelling, guiding you to a new way of listening.
 
Join friends Erin and Sarah as they explore some of the best myths and legends featured in film and television. We’ll discover how those tall tales turned into legendary monsters or beloved heroes. When we're not covering monsters and things that go bump in the night, we'll analyze some of our favorite movies and discover their surprising links to mythology, ancient and modern alike. Join us!
 
Welcome to The Lonely Palette, the podcast that returns art history to the masses, one painting at a time. Each episode, host Tamar Avishai picks a painting du jour, interviews unsuspecting museum visitors in front of it, and then dives deeply into the object, the movement, the social context, and anything and everything else that will make it as neat to you as it is to her. For more information, visit thelonelypalette.com | Twitter @lonelypalette | Instagram @thelonelypalette.
 
Let's talk milestones, marketing and the mayhem of being an online entrepreneur. This podcast is your go-to for scaling to 6 and 7 digits, without taking on more 1:1 work. Get the inside scoop from Business Coach, Ashleigh Peregoy, founder of The Funnel Brew. 10x your business through effective marketing, sales, automations, team building and leadership - without “shiny object syndrome” or “squirrel brain," cramping your growth.
 
Things You Should Like is a weekly podcast on things that I love and that you should like, about the good things in life with an emphasis on art and culture. For both new discoveries that deserve to be shared and for random knowledge that I have accumulated throughout my life. Topics include artworks, songs, texts and books, people, places, food, objects and memories. Hosted by Miguel Meruje. Contact: thingsyoushouldlikepodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @thingsyoushouldlikepodcast #thingsyoushoul ...
 
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Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joe Zack

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Pragmatic talk about software design best practices: design patterns, software architecture, coding for performance, object oriented programming, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a whole lot more. You'll be exposed to broad areas of information as well as deep dives into the guts of a programming language. Most topics discussed are relevant in any number of Object Oriented programming languages such as C#, Java, Ruby, PHP, etc.. All three of us are full stack web and data ...
 
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FROM PATREON TO MAIN FEED: Are we heading for a 'summer of discontent'? Are we going 'back to the 1970s'? Three day week and a four-day bender? What really happened when the lights went out? Why do we cast particular eras as 'dark ages' or periods of decline, and who does it serve when we do so? Why were the 70s such an excellent time for white uti…
 
Do you want to get elevated brand engagement, but feel like you're not getting the results you want? What is the connection between outward engagement with consumers and inward engagement with the people who work for your brand? And how has the pandemic changed the way we think about and engage with brands? Sarah Bogue, Director of Brand, Marketing…
 
If federal prosecutors were to pursue charges against Donald Trump because of his handling of classified information, a top national security lawyer believes the former president would face an uphill battle at any trial. "It would be a very complicated piece of litigation only because Trump would try to bog it down in pretrial motions, no doubt," a…
 
As long as people have told stories, we have told stories about animals. Stories of slow turtles and fast rabbits, sly foxes and cunning monkeys, that are really stories about ourselves. But why? What can animals tell us about human nature? And what happens to our fellow creatures when we turn them—in art and literature and myth—into something they…
 
This episode features two multimedia artists, Deniz Gul and Nour Mobarak, who both work with sculpture, music, language and ideas. Mobarak discusses her new work, Dafne Phono, an audio-based adaptation of the first known opera, translated into the most morphophonologically complex languages in the world. Gul presents an essay from her most recent b…
 
Another spoiler free episode with Stephanie and Michelle as we first climb out of an avalanche of news that we simply cannot handle all the merch, strange twitter posts, and escape rooms. Then onto the long promised graphics from tumblr user Byooregard mixed with a some from Reddit and Famitsu. Listen as we dive into fan favorites, game favorites, …
 
In the early 1930s, Mae West’s dirty talk and hip swiveling walk made her one of the biggest movie stars in America. But before West hit the big-screen, she was prosecuted for staging not one, but two scandalous plays. In this episode, we look at how West honed her persona when she was under the bright lights of Broadway and the flashbulbs of the t…
 
Whether you have an online offer/course that has worked already and want to get in front of a brand new audience, OR your offer is brand new, listen up! In this part 2 of the "Stale to Scale" mini series, you will get 5 tangible tips that you can put into action right away. It's time to think outside the box, but also simplify by focusing on the th…
 
It’s surprising how little we know about Git as we continue to dive into Git from the Bottom Up, while Michael confuses himself, Joe has low standards, and Allen tells a joke. The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode191. News Thanks for all the great feedback on the last episode and for sticking wit…
 
ENTERTAINING SHORT FILMS is a new category on the RPA Network, which features indie short films for your enjoyment! We applaud these creators! At the tail end of a great date, Jack and Rachel bond over a shared interest in deconstructing traditional relationship structures. When Jack reveals the reality of his "radical" open relationship, things ta…
 
ENTERTAINING SHORT FILMS is a new category on the RPA Network, which features indie short films for your enjoyment! We applaud these creators! A short comedy film by Greg Glienna, the creator of Meet the Parents. A man takes notice of odd things while on a elevator. Enjoy! #movies #podcast #scifi #indie #indiefilm #shortfilm #film #horror #adventur…
 
In this episode: The Three Eyed Man from University of South Carolina! SIMPLY AMAZING! Listen now! Website: https://hoodoolounge.net Shows on The RPA Podcast/Network: Mondays: Real Paranormal Activity - The Podcast Tuesdays: Aaron's Horror Show with Aaron Frale Wednesdays: Terry's Mysterious Moments with Terry From Texas Fridays: Two "Entertaining …
 
This week the boys talk Johns continued travels, squeezing optimisation from cells and the complications of doing so with both Objective-C and Swift. Scotty talks feature flagging in a client project, the aversion to running your own servers, MoneyWell Beta issues with duplicate records. Which iOS 15 and macOS 12 features do you actually use?…
 
Fran & Rose have been nonstop consuming media, so they made a special episode completely dedicated to yesterday’s — literally — pop culture: the culmination of this season of FBoy Island (with spoilers!), Harley Quinn's return, West World's decline, new movies They/Them, Not Okay, and Bodies Bodies Bodies, Pretty Woman and Good Luck To You, Leo Gra…
 
In this classic episode, Bridger fights off the urge to scream when Bowen Yang (SNL, Las Culturistas) sends him a gift. The two discuss naming Pokémon, the proper shower duration, and bucket hats. Follow the show and play Gift or a Curse - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/isaidnogifts/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/isaidnogifts Bring a copy of…
 
We are back with a fresh new episode. I know you missed us and we missed you, lovely listeners! This week we are traveling (metaphorically) to Prague to learn about Rabbi Lowe and the monster he created, the Golem. But unlike other monsters, this one is actually a good guy, or at least for a time. His sole mission in life is to protect the innocent…
 
In this episode: RPA presents spine-tingling paranormal stories from the listener audience! Delivering their true experiences! A Cherokee woman attends her own funeral! The original owner never left! A security officer encounters a black mass! And MORE! AMAZING! REAL people. REAL stories. REAL fear. Shows on The RPA Podcast/Network: Monday's: Real …
 
When you think of an alien abduction, what do you picture? Humanoid creatures, medical experiments, lost memories retrieved through hypnosis? That narrative was largely unknown until Betty and Barney Hill went public about their own alien abduction in the 1960s. Betty Hill’s niece, Kathleen Marden, recounts how the story went viral and her aunt and…
 
In this episode: Aaron reads from his Sci-FI novel "Grannork's Burden PT6" Have a listen! Simply AMAZING! Aaron's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aaronfrale Aaron's Horror Show: EMAIL: AARONSHORRORSHOW@GMAIL.COM FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/AaronsHorrorShow/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AaronHorrorShow Copyright holder is Aaron Frale: A…
 
00:00:57 Introductions 00:01:51 How Ronak got started in programming 00:06:03 The first encounter with burnout 00:11:49 Double-edged benefits 00:17:23 Spoon theory 00:19:07 Why relationship clarity matters 00:25:11 A cold room story 00:30:59 Context switching’s relevance 00:35:45 QTorque’s solution to monitor cloud automation costs 00:39:19 Setting…
 
Speaking to Tatyana about user experience, staying relevant after purchase, creating stories and emotional connections with brands, we touch on some themes we've seen emerging in some of our previous podcast episodes. Tatyana's Shiny New Object is performance branding - how do you brand when you have a milisecond on the digital screen, when consume…
 
When Emily Gellis hears rumors of people suffering horrible side effects from a trendy diet she springs into action. Armed with over a hundred thousand Instagram followers, Emily launches a social media crusade to expose F-Factor and its founder, Tanya Zuckerbrot. It’s the start of a feud that will attract trolls, lawyers, and, eventually, national…
 
Episode 13 of Things You Should Like profiles Wallpaper* Magazine, the long-running design publication that branches into other areas, namely sustainability and architecture, and where our host worked many years ago. Things You Should Like Hosted by Miguel Meruje Contact: thingsyoushouldlikepodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @thingsyoushouldlikepodcast #…
 
Ever since Leonard Peikoff met Ayn Rand in 1951, he has aimed to master and present to the world her philosophy for living on Earth. Over that seven-decade span, he has taught thousands of students, written several books, and hosted a nationally syndicated radio show. Are you interested in learning about Ayn Rand's Objectivism? Check out our FREE e…
 
Let the games begin! Join us as we discuss chapter 8 of the Odyssey wherein King Alcinous present athletic games in honor of their royal guest, Odysseus. Dr. Gary Stickel believes this could represent the origin of the Olympics. Join Sean Marlon Newcombe as he discusses this fun and potentially groundbreaking chapter with Dr. Stickel.…
 
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