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Best Seen Through Glass podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Seen Through Glass podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Behind The Glass is a weekly automotive podcast, hosted by Sam from the YouTube channel 'Seen Through Glass'. Episodes will feature exclusive interviews with influential people from the social media, motorsport and car worlds. Sam will be joined by guests each week to discuss the latest car industry news, Formula 1 topics and anything else that seems interesting! Hope you enjoy.
 
“For there is no light of justice or temperance, or any of the higher ideas which are precious to souls, in the earthly copies of them: they are seen through a glass, dimly…”Socrates and his earnest friend Phaedrus, enjoying the Athenian equivalent of a lunchtime stroll in the park, exchange views on love and on the power of words, spoken and written.Phaedrus is the most enchanting of Plato’s Erotic dialogues (capitalised in honour of the god). The barefoot philosopher urges an eager young a ...
 
“Talking Shop: The Morgan Podcast” is the official podcast of automotive manufacturer, the Morgan Motor Company. Join Morgan owner, presenter and host of the podcast, Alex Goy, in conversation with an eclectic line-up of guests from across the automotive landscape. Hear more about the individual stories of each guest, and gain further insight into some of Morgan’s defining moments, most influential individuals and exciting characters, as we get under the skin of one of the world’s most uniqu ...
 
Every week we will bring you an in-depth look and analysis of each episode of LOST. Clint is watching the show for the first time just before we record the episode. Adam has seen the entire series 7 complete times. Listen as we pick apart and grow to love the characters of this hit TV show.
 
Have you ever wondered what happens when women take off their heels for the day and unwind with a glass of red or a finger or two of whiskey? What stories would they tell? What meetings have they walked into unannounced to take back the power? If These Heels Could Talk takes you behind the scenes with two women in the business world who have seen it all. They’ve been at the bottom of the ladder and the top of the ladder. They’ve been underestimated and they’ve had their ideas stolen. And the ...
 
A lawyer is leaving his office on the top floor of an office building. He sees the shadows of two men fighting through the clouded glass of an office door followed by a shot from the office across the hall. He goes to investigate. He finds no sign of either victim or assailant despite the fact that no one could have passed him in the hallway without being seen. A murder has been committed, that of the banker. Who is the murderer? A business associate, the banker’s beautiful ward, or a myster ...
 
"The present volume is chiefly intended for those of my young friends who have read, and been interested in, The Fairyland of Science. It travels over a wide field, pointing out a few of the marvellous facts which can be studied and enjoyed by the help of optical instruments. It will be seen at a glance that any one of the subjects dealt with might be made the study of a lifetime, and that the little information given in each lecture is only enough to make the reader long for more.In these d ...
 
From a personal point of view, HERE enables me to take a fresh look at architecture outside the realm of having practiced architecture professionally for 3 decades. And from a professional point of view, HERE provides me with a vehicle to explore and present my architectural sensibilities to a wider audience than those who have worked with me in my architectural practice.
 
WorldArts brings you a daily snapshot in music. Introducing Artists to the WorldArts stage. Watch performances to interviews. As a fan be introduced to new artists, or continue to follow and support the artists you like. As an Artist Be Heard. Be Seen. Global Events. Live Performance Opportunities. WorldArts is a place to inspire and be inspired. Build a Profile on WorldArts.com. Discover Music. Network and Engage. It's all about the Music, so don't miss a beat and Subscribe.
 
WorldArts brings you a daily snapshot in music. Introducing Artists to the WorldArts stage. Watch performances to interviews. As a fan be introduced to new artists, or continue to follow and support the artists you like. As an Artist Be Heard. Be Seen. Global Events. Live Performance Opportunities. WorldArts is a place to inspire and be inspired. Build a Profile on WorldArts.com. Discover Music. Network and Engage. It's all about the Music, so don't miss a beat and Subscribe.
 
Miha Ciglar - (text by Luka Zagori?nik)Miha Ciglar, a sound engineer and sound artist, has in the recent years devoted his musical efforts to the sound research of feedback and to environment creation, into which he positions, besides the technology and objects, also his own body. Often producing ‘sound objects’ out of everyday objects, Ciglar places into the electric circuit a round glass container, for example, filled with water or soapsuds, or a television screen, while modulating the con ...
 
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Sam Fane is a content creator and founder of the Seen Through Glass YouTube channel. Sam founded the channel in 2014 and gained over 100,000 subscribers within the first year. Seen Through Glass videos range from epic road trips, test drives, challenges, interviews, travel and motorsport, and have been viewed over 75,000,000 times. In the latest ep…
 
Are squirrels hogging all of that seed you so considerately put out for the neighborhood birds? Are you tired of watching them steal—so brazenly!—what is not rightfully theirs while the local blue jays and red-winged blackbirds watch from a safe distance? Rude. To alleviate this problem, all you have to do is spice that bird food up a bit. Reddit u…
 
This is it, our long awaited McLaren special. Tony and I talk through our experience with the brand, where it 'went wrong', what Mclaren can do to fix their issues and if we would ever buy McLarens again. If you want to check out our Patreon, we would love that! Head to: https://www.patreon.com/behindtheglass 01:50 - The Behind The Glass Patreon 06…
 
Apple has accepted MacBook trade-ins for years, but only by mail. The company has finally lifted this restriction, and customers in the U.S. and Canada can hand over their old MacBooks at their local Apple Stores in exchange for credit that can be used immediately towards a new purchase (or applied to an Apple Store gift card). And if your MacBook …
 
After experiencing a few challenging interactions as a customer, JoyGenea was wondering, “Should a business owner negatively review another business online?” Listen in as JoyGenea and Michelle discuss online reviews and how to interact with other business owners after challenging service experiences in a small town. How do you discover or craft a w…
 
We know that you should be wearing some form of face covering to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. You just should. Don’t argue with me on this.Even if you are wearing a face mask, however, you could be making a mistake that will compromise the effectiveness of containing your germs and droplets.The most obvious error (which I can’t even belie…
 
If you don’t want to try out iOS 14 or macOS Big Sur just yet, that’s fine. Developer betas aren’t for everyone. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy at least one update both operating systems are bringing to the table: shiny new wallpapers. Yes, your device’s looks are just as important as its features.…
 
Ian Cook is a contemporary British artist renowned for creating artwork using radio-controlled cars, car tyres and toy car wheels. Ian is the creative force behind Popbangcolour, and since 2007 has combined his passion for cars and art, creating a range of artworks and projects around the world. Highlights include painting a portrait of Lewis Hamil…
 
If you’re a fan of free food and other deals, Burger King has set a trap for you and is leaving it up for the entire month of June. A quick look at the “offers” section of their website yields specials galore—including a few giving away free burgers. Intrigued? Here’s what you need to know if you want to feed your feelings with free fast food all m…
 
One of the more frustrating things to deal with on the web are the small (to not-so-small) video ads that pop up before YouTube videos you’re trying to binge. Even though most of them let you skip to your video after a few seconds, this advertising-filled interlude can feel like an eternity. We have a hack to fix that, and it’s ingenious.…
 
You might still be scarred. Or scared. Or anxious. Or frustrated. Or all the above. No, we’re not talking about murder hornets. We’re talking about surviving business right now. For those of us who were in business through the recession in 2008, we’re seeing a bubble right now that is eerily familiar but also really different. For those of us who d…
 
We are back! Tony and I have both been extremely busy the last few weeks, trying to get our businesses back up and running since Coronavirus restrictions have been eased in the UK. We have a lot to discuss as well as picking up on an argument we have over text message: which car is better, the Porsche GT2 RS or the Ferrari 488 Pista? 02:45 - How is…
 
Rachel from New Jersey joins us today to talk about this great Desmond ep from S3E8. I swear, we learn new things with perspectives from y'all and Rachel was great! Tune in to talk about Desmond's ability to chug whiskey and his glistening abs. All eps are recorded, produced, engineered, and edited by Clint Erekson and Adam John Daly. Instagram and…
 
In the latest bonus episode, I catch up with Modball founder, Jon Bourgerie to discuss a new business I've partnered with him on, The Drive In Club. We also discuss when the Modball rally might return as this years events had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you want to get tickets for any of the Drive In Club events, you can find t…
 
The new Windows 10 Version 2004 update is slowly rolling out to compatabile devices, though some users will be waiting for it a little longer. The update brings several new features to the OS, including an all-new version of Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana, whether you like it or not. Cortana now comes as a separate app, and it’s no longer v…
 
Protests get shit done. If you celebrate Independence Day, Pride or Martin Luther King Day, you know that public demonstrations, even riots, have forced change where other means could not. Earlier this week we shared with you five demonstrations that changed history; today let’s talk about what’s happening now. Protests urging justice have occurred…
 
Your reputation is arguably the most important asset of your business. Brand reputation is gained over years of dedicated service, hard work, and careful craftsmanship. It’s also the most ephemeral and a fairly easy asset to lose, especially over social media. The consequences of an errant comment or reply or lack of strong employee communication a…
 
Removing books you’ve finished from your Kindle has always been possible, but with one catch. Whatever you remove from your device persists in your account. It’s not gone forever, it’s simply gone from the specific Kindle device you’re using. You likely caught on to that caveat the first time you pressed-and-held your finger on a book on your Kindl…
 
When you need something delivered or need to call for help you probably give the person on the other end of the line your street address. What do you do if you’re somewhere you don’t know the address, or a place that doesn’t have one? Google is currently rolling out a new Google Maps feature called “Plus Codes” that makes it easier to share your lo…
 
As travel begins to slowly reopen, many of us are wondering what changes will be made to the check-in and boarding experience going forward. Last week, the Transportation Security Administration announced that there would be new rules and guidelines for all passengers traveling through airports in order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus…
 
There is so much to do when starting a new business that new entrepreneurs typically have trouble prioritizing. So much demand on time and money resources that decisions get made for expediency and costs. But some of those decisions have long arms and can impact a business negatively in opportunity cost - that is, if they don’t get done correctly a…
 
If you’ve got something that’s zip-tied together that shouldn’t be zip-tied together—whatever it is, for whatever reason—a broken bobby pin can be an excellent release tool. Yes, I know that in most cases (if you’re opening a package, for example) you’re going to want to use a pair of scissors to cut the zip tie off.…
 
Being trapped with your significant other 24/7 is not a recipe for relationship success. That’s why this week we’re talking with divorce attorney James J. Sexton about how to save our marriage and avoid becoming a statistic in the post-pandemic “divorce boom.” Hear James talk about the ways couples can remind themselves of when they were first fall…
 
We are joined by a long-time listener, Michael from AZ to talk about his 9th favorite episode. He has some great insights into the relationship of Locke and Jack. We laughed, we cried, we asked questions. Black Lives Matter. Clint and Adam are not perfect and have a long way to go but we want to be better. Check out these links for ways to help: - …
 
If, more than two months into the coronavirus pandemic, you’ve thought to yourself, “hmmm, living in isolation kinda works for me,” NASA may have just the job for you. The space agency is seeking applicants for a social isolation study to develop methods and technologies for future spaceflight missions to Mars and the moon. Here’s what you need to …
 
Life should be like peanut butter on bread. Thick and abundant. But what happens when the peanut butter is spread too thin? How do you set and define your own limits? Do cisgendered women fundamentally have different types of expectations for themselves? Where does that come from? Shouldn’t we want to have it all? In reality, it’s about how we defi…
 
Signal’s new PIN feature adds an extra layer of security to the encrypted messaging app and makes moving your account between multiple devices less of a hassle. While all text and voice communication in Signal is end-to-end encrypted locally and never stored on Signal’s servers, period, your PIN can be used to encrypt certain Signal profile informa…
 
As a card-carrying introvert (I laminated it myself!) with a severe aversion to talking on the phone, teleconferencing and looking at my own face on camera, our move to the 100 percent work-from-home lifestyle has been a true delight. And there’s nothing about it I love more than that point at the end of every Zoom meeting, after everyone has said …
 
You vacuum. You dust. Every so often, you get a bee in your bonnet and decide to clean your windows. And right now, you’re probably spending some extra attention on cleaning your doorknobs and light switches.But wait—go back to the doors for a minute. When’s the last time you wiped down your interior doors? Have you ever done it?You might perform a…
 
Google recently unveiled tab groups in Chrome. As I wrote in our guide to setting them up ahead of their full rollout, they’re an incredibly useful way to keep your sprawling browser tabs slightly more organized. If nothing else, adding a little color to Chrome doesn’t hurt; I love how tab groups look. Now, let’s make them better. The one drawback …
 
So many hats. So many competing needs. So many challenges with answers that don’t make everyone happy. As small business owners, many of us are stuck in lose-lose situations. Our employees need, deserve, and want to stay safe, our customer and clients don’t want any changes to services, hours, or their experience, and our resources to achieve it al…
 
If you’ve done a group FaceTime lately, then you’ve likely experienced the feature that makes participant’s windows change see based on who is talking. The idea is similar to what Zoom does by default, in that it will make the speaker the center of attention, but if you’re in a spirited conversation with multiple people it can also get annoying pre…
 
Wendy’s may not be serving up as many of their iconic square-shaped hamburgers right now thanks to a beef shortage, but they want you to know that they’re still open for business—and they’regiving away free chicken sandwiches to do it. Specifically, if you order any menu item via the Wendy’s app, you can get a spicy chicken sandwich for $0.…
 
We are going philosophical on this ep! Adrian Daly joins us on the podcast to talk about this pivotal Locke ep where he meets Man In Black in the Cabin. Adrian shows us some cool parallels with Buddhism and it is great! All eps are recorded, produced, engineered, and edited by Clint Erekson and Adam John Daly. Instagram and Twitter: @clintandadam h…
 
The imminent iOS 13.5 update includes a new feature that could save your life. Once the update drops, you’ll be able to opt into automatically sharing your medical ID with 911 dispatchers and first responders, which will thenprovide you with the best care. In order for this to be useful in the slightest, you’ll need to have set up your Medical ID i…
 
If you’ve ever tried to upload a panorama picture to Instagram—or if we’re being honest, any interesting horizontal picture—then you’ve likely run into issues. Yes, you can include the whole photo in a single post, but in most cases, you have to zoom out so far to fit it all in that it’s impossible to see all the amazing detail you were trying to p…
 
This week, Tony and I catchup on the latest car news as well as discussing how the current global situation may affect how we buy cars in the future. 01:00 - Tony Has Been Selling Cars 06:00 - My 'race' against Nico Rosberg 09:00 - New Porsche 911 Targa 12:40 - London's Congestion Charge 15:35 - Track Days Are Coming Back 18:00 - When Will Car Deal…
 
In March, Facebook started rolling out its new redesigned desktop site as something you could choose to opt-into once it was available to you. Friday the company announced that the rollout is complete and that the new site is available for everyone globally. While it will eventually become the default for everyone, you can go ahead and proactively …
 
Leave it to a bored adolescent to come up with one of the most ingenious ways to appear “present” in a Zoom chat I’ve ever seen—especially if the chat is on the larger side and someone isn’t paying much attention to your webcam in the grid view. Now that we’re in week who-knows-what of the quarantine for most people, I feel like most of us would ra…
 
This week is an F1 special! We had some huge 2021 driver announcements this week, seeing Sebastian Vettel end his time with Ferrari, Carlos Sainz replacing him and Daniel Ricciardo moving to McLaren... could all this see Fernando Alonso return to the sport in 2021? I also catch up with Nico Rosberg ahead of the weekend's F1 Esports #ChallengeHeinek…
 
The Sumida Aquarium in Japan is inviting people to have a short Facetime call with their tank of garden eels. This is no livestream; it’s a two-way call, and they specifically want the eels to see your face. The aquarium writes that the eels are normally very shy, and hide in the sand, but that in their tank they are used to seeing visitors pass by…
 
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