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Best Sandhills podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Sandhills podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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Official morning show for the Sandhills region of North Carolina
Sermons and other teaching from Grace Presbyterian Church in Columbia, SC
Christie is a product manager at Liquid Web. I started WP Buffs and we increase MRR every single month. And here’s the good news. We’re joining forces to bring you The WPMRR WordPress Podcast! If you’ve been looking for a WordPress podcast that’s entirely focused on growing successful WordPress businesses and monthly recurring revenue without taking itself too seriously, we’ve got your back.
"For the Birds" began airing on KUMD in Duluth, MN, in May, 1986, and is the longest continually-running radio program about birds in the U.S. Hundreds more episodes are available for free at http://www.lauraerickson.com/radio/.
A conversation about adventures and misadventures in the usage of spare time.
Don Kroodsma talks about a great Sandhill Crane experience.
Laura's getting wonderful photos of her Blue Jays, including some kinds of photos, like of bald Blue Jays, that she's never been able to take before. You can see the photos she refers to on her blog at www.lauraerickson.com.
Title: The Judean Reformation Speaker: Pastor Ransom Kent Scripture: 2 Kings 22:8-13 Date: August 9, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
A couple of weeks ago, when Laura interviewed Don Kroodsma, author of *Birdsong for the Curious Naturalist*, they talked about a bird people love to hate, the European Starling.
Title: The Sin of Manasseh Speaker: Pastor Ransom Kent Scripture: 2 Kings 21:1-6 Date: August 2, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
Laura finally got to enjoy the thrill of seeing baby House Wrens the day they fledge from the nest. And she learned about the dark side of seeing baby House Wrens the day they fledge from the nest.
Online translations have sped up research and business growth, now how about paying for a one-stop shop translation plug-in? Today on the WPMRR podcast, Joe talks to Augustin Prot on co-founding WeGlot into existence, why premium subscriptions should offer more, and how community support adds value to a business service. Listen to how the translati…
Laura's backyard birds are still keeping her busy.
One summer, Laura and her sons raised two baby flickers.
Right now flickers are at their quietest and most secretive, but soon everyone will be noticing them again, along dirt roads, gravel driveways, and expansive lawns.
Podcasting is more than just talking into a microphone, what happens after you finish recording? Today on the WPMRR podcast, Joe and Christie talk about running a podcast, how they record, and the technicalities of producing an episode. Listen now to get ideas on creating your own podcast! Episode Resources: Start your podcast! Leave us a 5-star re…
Why are there more birds today than there will be for the rest of 2020? Laura talks about what's going on with our songbirds right now, and reminds us of the Zoom program she'll be doing this Saturday night (August 1).
Title: But By the Grace of God Speaker: Pastor Ransom Kent Scripture: 2 Kings 17:6-18 Date: July 26, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
Don Kroodsma tells Laura about an important discovery he made about a bird that nests right in the Sax-Zim Bog.
Don Kroodsma talks about White-throated Sparrows with Laura.
The questions keep coming and the answers may not be what you expect them to be! Today on the WPMRR podcast, Joe and Christie tackle the bus factor phenomenon, converting one-offs to subscriptions, and the pros of ConvertKit. Listen now for more business management insights! Episode Resources: Leave us a 5-star review on iTunes Binge on past episod…
Laura talks with Don Kroodsma about why he wrote *Birdsong for the Curious Naturalist* and why he so enjoys exploring questions we don't have answers for, yet.
Laura absolutely loves a new book by birdsong authority Donald Kroodsma. Today she reviews the book, and for the rest of the week will be excerpting from a conversation she had with Don about it.
Title: Grace’s Double Cure For An Outsider Speaker: Rev. Bryan F. Bult Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-19 Date: July 19, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
Some birds have a mutualistic relationship with hot peppers, but scientists don't quite understand how birds taste them.
Laura had a memorable experience with a jalapeño pepper and a Black-throated Gray Warbler.
Writer, poet, and wildlife biologist J. Drew Lanham shares a brand new poem.
Can’t decide which podcast format to use? Darth Sidious has come to your rescue. Today on the WPMRR podcast, Joe is joined by Joe Casabona, an online course creator, podcast host, and web developer, to talk about podcasting from scratch, professional audio editing, and repurposing content for different mediums. Listen in for some pro podcasting tip…
Ravens turn out to be even smarter than people thought!
Title: From Death to Life Speaker: David Henderson Scripture: Ephesians 2:1-10 Date: July 12, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
Laura looks back at a For the Birds transcript from 1988, with some updates.
More about the Brown Thrasher.
What's been your experience with the WordPress community? Today on the WPMRR podcast, Joe and Christie are joined with Alex Denning of Ellipsis Marketing and Tom Fanelli, CEO of Convesio, to talk about WordPress hosting, how to get investors, and the close ties between WordPress and WooCommerce Listen in for some advanced WP hosting tips! Episode R…
Laura's best bird EVER was a Brown Thrasher that she never even saw!
A new song is spreading through the land.
Title: King Ahab: The Hater Speaker: Ransom Kent Scripture: 1 Kings 22:5-14 Date: July 5, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
Summer may be barely here, but bird song is starting to ebb.
Laura found a transcript from 1993 that explains how she came to be a Ph.D. student in the first place.
Obi-Wan stops by today taking a small break between helping others save the galaxy. In this episode of WPMRR, Jay discusses his thoughts on annual recurring revenue, having a business mindset, and his book “Building a Business that Lasts.” Tune in to learn how to be the best guide for your customers. Episode Resources: Get your copy of Building a B…
What goes in must come out. (Recast from April 14, 1997)
Title: King Ahab: Faithfully Unfaithful Speaker: Ransom Kent Scripture: 1 Kings 18:17-21 Date: June 28, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
Laura is requesting donations to support For the Birds, and offering, on July 1 at 7 pm CDT, a free presentation about nesting birds. Contributors to her Patreon account will automatically be invited, but she'll send invitations to anyone else who asks. See the sidebar on Laura's blog for more details.…
KAXE/KBXE listener Lynn Hanske shared a disconcerting video showing a Great Blue Heron who has become a specialist on stalking and capturing chipmunks.
People may not have feathers, but our plumage has a bit in common with theirs.
99 topics and thousands of podcast minutes later, there’s still many burning questions left unanswered. To celebrate WPMRR’s 100th episode, Joe and Christie weigh in on premium hosting, how often to send client reports, and why you shouldn’t worry about c-Panel hacking. Listen now to fill the gaps in your WordPress knowledge. Episode Resources: Lea…
In 1992, Laura made a disturbing discovery about one of the nighthawks she was caring for—a discovery that will live in infamy.
Days are as long as they'll be all year right now, and birds are hard at work from sunrise to sunset, or even longer than that!
By Pastor Jeff Philpott
Title: God of Power Speaker: Ransom Kent Scripture: 1 Kings 17:8-16 Date: June 21, 2020By Grace Presbyterian Church
The "Dr. Ruth of Ornithology" loved the sections of Jennifer Ackerman's new book, *The Bird Way* about "Love" and "Parenting."
The section about birds playing in Jennifer Ackerman's *The Bird Way* may be Laura's favorite.
Today Laura focuses on the section about bird senses in Jennifer Ackerman's *The Bird Way*.
People of color have been put through systematic oppression for many centuries, and today we look at how it reflects in the WordPress space. In this episode of WPMRR, Christie and Joe discuss their background, encounters with discrimination, and their experience in the WordPress community as people of color. Tune in to know more about the history o…
Laura talks about Part I of Jennifer Ackerman's book, *The Bird Way*, titled "Talk."
Laura is remembering Jennifer Ackerman's book *The Genius of Birds* as she starts a week of looking at Ackerman's new book, *The Bird Way.*