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Updated May 2020
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Octopus is a podcast that follows the stories of eight exceptional artists, entrepreneurs, musicians, and innovators who continually enhance their craft and empower their communities. Each episode is a culmination of how they do what they do. It's also deeply about who they are. Season One kicks off in the pulsating metropolis of Hong Kong: a perfumed and cigarette-stained symbiosis of new art, old heritage, and a reinvention of the two. Regardless of where they've been—be it the far reaches ...
 
Silicon Real is the Weekly Talk Show dedicated to the People of the London Technology Startup Scene.In over 80 episodes we have spoken to the top people in Startups, Venture Capital, FinTech, Incubators, Hardware, and More.Our weekly episodes are viewed by over 10,000 people on YouTube and downloaded over 25,000 times on iTunes.Do you know someone on Silicon Real? Take a look...
 
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If people once held a sense that the newspapers, television and radio outlets of yesteryear possessed a touch of political bias, but made an honest attempt at focusing on reporting the facts, the campaign and election of Donald J. Trump in 2016 threw the modern day equivalent of that belief into almost indisputable doubt. The term ‘fake news’ has s…
 
The popular conception of the special forces solider parachuting in behind enemy lines and single-handedly taking on entire divisions under extreme duress is one promoted by Hollywood and tacitly endorsed by the Pentagon. Given some of the more successful missions such as in Panama and the more infamous ones such as Desert One, this reputation is i…
 
In the midst of all the Corona confusion, with restaurants closed and supermarkets crowded with mask-wearing cart-pushers, we thought it timely to do a brief around the campfire chat about what we can all agree on: most people don’t know how to cook. As with most things in life, however, things change, and just as our ancestors saw the need to cele…
 
It’s been a few months since we last spoke with James LaFond, but in the mean time the world has gone from civilized to ??? seemingly overnight, and James has re-emerged from his time spent out West writing and training to return to the Imperial auspices of the East Coast to connect with old friends and observe the Corona Clampdown up close. Along …
 
In Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first inaugural address as President of the United States in 1933, he famously proclaimed the ‘only thing we have to fear is fear itself.’ Stated in the depths of the Great Depression, the United States would soon undergo a great transformation that increased the role of the Federal Government in the economic decisions of…
 
In the world of geopolitical strategy, the number of so called experts or analysts is too innumerable to count. But in the rarified world of actual foreign policy decision making and influence, the list drastically shortens to only a few names. Although not as famous as rival Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski’s term as chief foreign policy advis…
 
‘Diamonds are Forever’, as the saying goes, imparts a sense of strength, legacy, and significance. From a geological point of view, diamonds, formed over millions of years, are indeed ancient and enduring. From a cultural standpoint, however, the concept of a mass market for diamonds in the form of wedding rings and like is a relatively new concept…
 
In a time of crisis, anything seems possible. In today’s slow moving descent into globalism, which James Bowery describes as a system that turned us all into ‘mechanical turks’, the recent emergence of a global pandemic has thrown all previous assumptions into question and opens the possibility for something new. With a strong science background in…
 
Don the mask. https://www.bitchute.com/video/6VUbUym9tnzp/ Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 162 – Emergency Broadcast – Plague Wars Edition — References — – Deliverance, Boorman (1972) – Invaders Within – Outbreak and the Threat of Bioweapons, Myth of the 20th Century (2020) – https://myth20c.wordpress.com/2020/01/29/invaders-within-outbreak-and-…
 
Nick and Tarn talk about the latest updates for Dwarf fortress, including the approaching Steam version, complete with visualizer and mouse controls. Also Jonathan is there. This game is always full of life and great emergent gameplay stories, as is the show, and not to be missed! This is an exceptional podcast episode. All craftsdwarfship is of th…
 
In 1883, Otto von Bismarck enacted a series of stated-funded social programs geared towards offering direct financial assistance to poorer segments of German society. Often viewed cynically as an attempt at staving off socialist revolution in the working class, Bismarck’s system for the rapidly industrializing (and militarizing) nation has proven a…
 
In the West today, and throughout much of the 20th century, rapid Asian economic development was something that proceeded so consistently that it appeared as if by natural law. Like Japan before it and with China today, however, behind the scenes were often very driven leaders who, in South Korea’s case, seized power in a military coup and tightly …
 
Italy is a country with the world’s highest number of world heritage sites, yet often finishes low on the list of best places for doing business. Historically Italy has sent millions abroad throughout Europe and the Americas, forming one of the world’s largest diaspora networks, yet today has one of the highest net immigrations in Europe from place…
 
With Superbowl LV having failed to garner much interest in dissident spheres, many were surprised to learn the Oscars – Hollywood’s annual coronation ceremony for the most approved-of messages and mediums – had come and gone as well. In an era of very real danger in the form of pandemic outbreaks and very fake politics, one is tempted just to withd…
 
Agriculture has historically played a central role in global empires, from wheat in North Africa during the Roman Era to sugar in the Caribbean during the era of French and British domination. But in the case of American imperialism, the little beforehand known banana plant became crucial in the rise of American money and power in Central America a…
 
With the threat of yet another virus spreading from China and the Chinese government effectively quarantining millions of people inside the city of Wuhan, the world is asking what is the threat of contagion given the rapid spread of symptoms and our increasingly globalized system. Theories range on the origin of the disease from poor sanitation to …
 
Situated on the northern reaches of Ukraine in what was once the heart of the western Soviet empire, the Chernobyl nuclear exclusion zone now consists of nearly 3,000 square kilometers of pristine forest that is eerily devoid of any sizable human population. At the heart of this atomic wasteland sits the now defunct and still highly radioactive hus…
 
“December 7th, 1941 – a day which will live in infamy.” So said President Franklin Roosevelt in his speech to Congress in asking for a declaration of war against Japan, citing the attack on Pearl Harbor in which over 2,000 Americans were killed. Framing the event as an unprovoked attack on American soil, FDR led the United States into the largest m…
 
Depending on whom you ask, the Mormon Church and the people that form their membership is either a fringe group on the edge of the American frontier and the Christian theological tradition, or a successful if unique people that have managed to become a regular part of American society. But what is rarely in dispute is the Mormons are the only large…
 
Created in 1987, Konami’s Metal Gear series not only developed a new genre of video game with its incorporation of ‘tactics’ and ‘espionage’, it arguably transcended the entire video game category in its later iterations into the art, film and soap opera genres. Touching upon the human themes of duty, honor, and loyalty with the subjects of war, sh…
 
Jonathan and Nick discuss Russian philosophical science fiction masterpiece STALKER, spawned from the book "Roadside Picnic", along with three games of quality and a surprisingly vibrant mod community. The film is VERY GOOD. A video on the making of the film:https://youtu.be/lhK7hMBli4s Watch the movie on the Criterion Collection streaming service:…
 
As the winter months set in, nature becomes a cruel reminder of one’s mortality. As maritime traditions go, navigating the waters of the Great Lakes was always a treacherous one, combining extreme cold, enormous size, and gale-force winds that could reach hurricane force. On November 10th, 1975, nearby ships and shore radio stations lost contact wi…
 
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