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In a remarkable stretch from the mid-1990's to the early 2000's, a relatively small group of people started playing around with this thing called the World Wide Web, trying to make sense of what it was all about. Rather than being pure technologists, the people came from multidisciplinary backgrounds and were geeky enough to understand the tech, but creative enough to bring the tech to life. This mishmash of curious, driven humanity created the very first popular web sites and online media p ...
 
Love radio? Want to make it in the radio industry? Game Changers: Radio gives you access to intimate conversations with those who have known success and failure in their radio careers. We’ve spoken to the best of the best in Australia: Hamish Blake, Andy Lee, Eddie McGuire, Fifi Box, Tony Martin, Mick Molloy, Amanda Keller and Kyle Sandilands, to name a few. We’ve also spoken to the best in the United Kingdom, including Christian O’Connell and Ken Bruce, and even a few stars from the United ...
 
This Sporting Wife came about because Shannon and Fiona just can't get enough of sport it seems. Not satisfied in finding themselves married to sport through work (they're not actually married to sportspeople, just sport itself), they've decided to commit their spare time to it as well. But more than it being just a hobby, it was about bringing to everyone else some of the amazing stories and personalities they've heard and met throughout their time in the industry. So often these can go unt ...
 
Chad Reynolds and Steve Ramsey host the world's most entertaining podcast about YouTube and the YouTubers who succeed on YouTube. We discuss the culture and social landscape of YouTube as well as the business of running a successful channel. Steve Ramsey is the Producer and Host of Woodworking for Mere Mortals, YouTube’s leading resource for learning the hobby of woodworking. Since its launch in 2008, the channel has amassed over 200 million video views and over 1.5 million subscribers. And ...
 
Welcome to the Future Directors podcast where every single episode we hope to bring you an insightful interview, diverse perspectives and exciting new ideas. Our guests include a who’s who of governance thought leaders and board directors from around the world. These are the people pushing the boundaries of the boardroom. Brought to you by Future Directors, we have one very simple goal on the show, and that is to help you to become the most respected, influential and impactful board director ...
 
Chad Reynolds and Steve Ramsey host the world's most entertaining podcast about YouTube and the YouTubers who succeed on YouTube. We discuss the culture and social landscape of YouTube as well as the business of running a successful channel. Steve Ramsey is the Producer and Host of Woodworking for Mere Mortals, YouTube’s leading resource for learning the hobby of woodworking. Since its launch in 2008, the channel has amassed over 200 million video views and over 1.5 million subscribers. And ...
 
“Be Who You Want To Be” is a new series of conversations with Kristen Hewitt, an Emmy-Award winning South Florida Television Reporter, host, writer, and mom of two. Each episode features a fun and candid discussion with people who are living their best, and most authentic lives. The goal is to learn about their journey, share their message, and inspire others to be who they truly want to be.
 
Beyond the Meter addresses timely topics of interest to executives responsible for renewable energy procurement and distributed energy resources at Fortune 1000 companies, higher education and cities. Each episode delivers insights and information that listeners can use to make smarter energy decisions beyond the meter.
 
Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
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Furniture giant Ikea will soon start selling spare parts for its products in a sustainability push. You'll be able to buy items like sofa legs and arm chair covers instead of having to throw the whole thing out. The question is, can selling spare parts for things like furniture and whiteware become common place worldwide? Sustainable Business Netwo…
 
Judith Collins has used her state of the nation speech to extend an olive branch to the Government on housing. The National leader says she supports it taking emergency powers to rezone council land, freeing it up for housing. She says people who can't get a house, expect the Government to get rid of the roadblocks standing in the way National’s ho…
 
Britain's official death toll in the coronavirus pandemic passed 100,000 on Tuesday, a dreaded milestone reached as the government considered imposing hotel quarantines on international travelers to stop new virus variants reaching the country. The government said 100,162 people have died in the pandemic after testing positive for the virus, includ…
 
A speedy vaccine drive has seen Israel move on protecting younger people from Covid-19. It's on track to immunise 2 million people by the end of the month, with a quarter of the population having already received two jabs. The Telegraph's Middle East correspondent James Rothwell told Kate Hawkesby Israel's speediness is partly down to a deal betwee…
 
I think when it comes to the vaccine and its rollout here, the PM's words are going to catch up with her as reality starts to bite. You can only promise so much for so long, until the facts start getting in the way. Last November we were told New Zealand was front of the queue for the vaccine, remember that? "We're front of the queue." Embarrassing…
 
There are calls to make the Covid-19 contact tracer app more inclusive, to get people using it again. The number of daily scans on the app has plummeted from 2.5 million in September to around 500,000. The Ministry of Health has confirmed older iPhone and Android models can't use the app's Bluetooth technology. But Auckland University's Dr Andrew C…
 
The emergence of the community case appears to have prompted Australia to immediately suspend its one-way travel bubble with New Zealand for at least 72 hours. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she had told Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison her Government had confidence in its processes. "It is Australia's decision as to how they manage the…
 
Workers along the eastern flank of the country should be prepared for no ordinary day on the tools. Temperatures in the 30s are due for a number of places today, with Christchurch likely to hit a January record of 36 degrees. Occupational hygiene consultant Derek Miller told Kate Hawkesby Kiwis can be caught off guard due to the rarity of such cond…
 
Well we might have some cities like Christchurch basking in 35-degree heat today, but it's not quite the 40 degrees that some Sydneysiders are baking in. Some NSW homes so hot, residents can barely cool them down, especially those on low incomes. One resident was quoted as saying she ‘dreaded summer’ and had to wrap herself in a damp towel with ice…
 
I was talking to my brother last night. He was about to board his flight from LA to Auckland, he had his negative Covid test in his hot little hand, he sent me pictures of the airport all closed off. Red tape everywhere, barriers, closed doors, the Koru lounge closed, all the shops closed, even the travelators were cordoned off. He said there was a…
 
Police in England have broken up a rave that saw more than 300 people packed under a railway arch in the early hours of Sunday morning. Officers arrived at the party in Hackney, east London, at 1:30 a.m. local time, and said they have issued more than £15,000 to revellers for breaching the UK's lockdown policy. The Metropolitan Police said "numerou…
 
The woman at the centre of the latest Covid scare is quite likely to have contracted the new highly-contagious variant, according to a health expert. Auckland University professor Des Gorman today told Kate Hawkesby it was most likely the 56-year-old Northland woman picked up the infection while she was in managed isolation at the Pullman Hotel. Th…
 
Ep. 8 - Lewis Gersh, in partnership with AOL, founded Worldy Information Network in 1998 focusing on investor info publishing during the height of the DOTCOM boom. Episode Timeline 4:25 What are you doing now? 5:00 My first JV with Omnicom and Organic 6:05 Entrepreneur "Reverse Commuters" 6:35 Talk about the "AOL Thing" 8:20 We had 24,000 SKUs of J…
 
Netball New Zealand has confirmed a four-match Constellation Cup series between the Silver Ferns and Australia Diamonds in March. The tournament was originally scheduled for last September before being postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The first two matches on March 2 and 3 will be played in Christchurch, before moving north to Tauranga for t…
 
Jacinda Ardern is picking out housing as a major theme for her second term in government. The Prime Minister has been discussing her agenda for the year, at Labour's first caucus meeting of the year in Nelson. Herald political reporter Jason Walls has been there. He told Kate Hawkesby Ardern has set the ball rolling on a series of announcements, ba…
 
Welcome to episode 489 of the podcast. Today I’m joined by Ross Sevy of Switchback Outdoors. Ross is an avid hunter and family man. I really enjoyed this podcast as we dove into the struggles and challenges of building a YouTube Channel. Ross has been producing hunts on YouTube for 10 years as a side hobby and more recently getting more serious abo…
 
When it comes to stuff we complain about, the list is long. And now the Commerce Commission has this week come up with some hard data on it. Air NZ topped the list of this country’s most complained about businesses last year. Which is not surprising given the year we had with the chaos brought on by Covid which saw the airline have to shunt people …
 
This week we're talking to Michael Buckley, one of the earliest stars of YouTube with his show, What The Buck. We had a fun time discussing early YouTube, celebrity gossip, Michael's decision to end his show, life coaching, and how to live your best life possible. Michael Buckley on Instagram Steve and Chad's YouTube channels: Woodworking for Mere …
 
This week we're talking to Michael Buckley, one of the earliest stars of YouTube with his show, What The Buck. We had a fun time discussing early YouTube, celebrity gossip, Michael's decision to end his show, life coaching, and how to live your best life possible. Michael Buckley on Instagram Steve and Chad's YouTube channels: Woodworking for Mere …
 
Jimi Hunt is a mental health change maker, speaker, author and adventure seeker. You may know him from when he floated down the Waikato on a Lilo or for building the World’s Biggest Waterslide. Through these adventures he found out he could also help people, and so co-founded a charity called 'Live More Awesome'. Jimi's passion is encouraging and i…
 
Well it’s all on this morning, unfolding as we speak. The undoing of President Trump's tenure in the White House, the swearing in of Joe Biden is but moments away. It's definitely one of the most unusual inaugurations in American history. The thing about Washington and around the White House and the Lincoln Memorial and the Mall.. it's all so beaut…
 
Donald Trump has left the White House and Washington DC for a final time as commander-in-chief. The Republican president departed the White House with his wife Melania, saying it had been a great honour to serve. Martha Joynt Kumar is a Co-Founder and Director for the White House Transition Project. She told Kate Hawkesby the White House changeover…
 
Joe Biden is about to be sworn is as the 46th President of the United States. He's arrived at the US Capitol in Washington DC for his inauguration ceremony - and is due to take the oath of office. 25,000 armed troops are guarding the ceremony, due to fears of unrest. Biden has already announced a raft of executive orders, aimed at dealing with Covi…
 
A wristband created by a British health technology firm is helping people track the wellbeing of their friends, family and employees in lockdown. The gadget, which links to a mobile phone app and web interface, has two buttons, one yellow and one blue. The idea is that you press the yellow one if you are feeling happy, and the blue one if you are s…
 
Firms are more optimistic about the economy this year, and more willing for hiring and investment. That's according to one recruiter who says that 2021 might be the year to ask for a raise. After last year's economic uncertainty, many businesses are now looking to expand. Shannon Barlow, from Frog Recruiter, told Kate Hawkesby women might have a ha…
 
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday explicitly blamed President Donald Trump for the deadly riot at the Capitol, saying the mob was “fed lies” and that the president and others “provoked” those intent on overturning Democrat Joe Biden’s election. Ahead of Trump's historic second impeachment trial, McConnell's remarks were his most s…
 
'Significant Media Bias During Cannabis Referendum’, imagine my surprise in seeing that headline after new analysis was carried out on how the media covered the lead up to the cannabis and euthanasia referendums. A clear bias emerged in the coverage of the cannabis debate. No kidding. I was saying that all along, and it felt like I was talking to a…
 
The number of players in hard quarantine swelled to 72 ahead of the Australian Open after a fifth positive coronavirus test was returned from the charter flights bringing players, coaches, officials and media to Melbourne for the season-opening tennis major. That means they won't be allowed to leave their hotel rooms or practice for 14 days, creati…
 
A call for the country's best brains to come up with some innovation to speed up our goal of eradicating stoats, possums and rats from New Zealand. This is the predator-free 2050 goal, and the people running it are asking developers and graduates to bring their ideas to the table. Abbie Reynolds is the chief executive of predator-free 2050. She joi…
 
Hazardous drinking rates jumped over the Covid-19 lockdown last year, says Alcohol Healthwatch executive director Dr Nicki Jackson. Her claims are backed up by the Ministry of Health's data on emergency department attendances. The number of attendances in May 2020 was higher by 200 visits than a year earlier, with roughly 400 more visits in both Ju…
 
There are worrying holes in Auckland Transport's new annual fare plan. About half of bus and rail services are getting a price hike of around four per cent, which is up to 35 cents. Greater Auckland Director Matt Lowrie warns it's off-putting for passengers, who'll choose their car instead. He says if we're putting up public transport fares, we sho…
 
I thought a lot over summer – as I’m sure many of us did, just how lucky we are to be able to get out and about, attend concerts and festivals, mingle with each other, travel around the place, eat out, conduct our normal lives. I don’t think we take that for granted. Especially when we see the pictures from overseas where countries still ravaged by…
 
Well before I started it, I thought what a lovely long holiday I have stretching in front of me. And then we had Christmas and the frenzy that is Christmas, with all the ensuing shopping, wrapping, cooking, cleaning, planning, and, most importantly, eating. Then BAM, it’s festival season, and if you have kids at festival attending age, you’ll know …
 
The U.K. government plans to offer a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine to every adult by September as the nation's health care system battles the worst crisis in its 72-year-history. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Sunday that the government will soon begin a trial of round the clock injections at some locations as it continues to add more vaccina…
 
Instead of training for up to five hours a day as they prepare for the Australian Open, 72 players find themselves unable to leave their hotel rooms under quarantine rules -- and a number of them are vocally expressing their frustrations. Some are not only frustrated. Covid-19 Quarantine Victoria Commissioner Emma Cassar said on Sunday that there h…
 
An alarming glimpse into New Zealand's workplace culture. The Council of Trade Unions has conducted a survey that's found 42 percent of New Zealanders have experienced or observed workplace bullying. Although the percentage has lowered slightly since the year before, CTU Secretary Melissa Ansell-Bridges says it's still far too high. "Having that ma…
 
A top public health expert is calling for tougher measures to keep New Zealand Covid free, including a five-day hotel quarantine before travellers board international flights. Otago University public health professor Nick Wilson is also calling for quarantine facilities to be moved out of Auckland, saying it is putting the largest city at risk of y…
 
Julia headed up digital for British Airways as they made their transition to Web-based booking. She'll be joined by some special guests who worked with her at AGENCY.COM. Episode Timeline 4:50 How did it all begin? 6:00 Went out with the Saatchis and smoked Marlboro Lights 9:35 How did you decide to find someone to help you? 12:45 There's no point …
 
Whats up podcast listeners today my good friend and backcountry hunting master Ryan Lampers dive into a couple topics that came up post 2020 hunting season. Before we dive into the podcast I want to tell you about a huge Giveaway I am doing. Made with MEAT is a really cool new company that is making Direct to consumer meat processing equipment. You…
 
Since 2007, Craig Benzine has published over 1500 comedy videos on his YouTube channel, Wheezy Waiter. In this episode, we talk to him about his early "absurdist era", to his current format of producing the popular, "Why do people like___?" and 30 Day Challenge series. We discuss how he perseveres on YouTube by keeping his content fresh. And we dis…
 
Since 2007, Craig Benzine has published over 1500 comedy videos on his YouTube channel, Wheezy Waiter. In this episode, we talk to him about his early "absurdist era", to his current format of producing the popular, "Why do people like___?" and 30 Day Challenge series. We discuss how he perseveres on YouTube by keeping his content fresh. And we dis…
 
New Year, New Goals, Same proven asset class! Jason Hartman invites you to celebrate with him another fantastic year of prosperity for all real estate investors practicing some of Hartman’s proven investment techniques. Following the celebration, we must look for the “what next” plan or goal. How do you build your goals? Do you write them down? Do …
 
My first podcast guest for 2021 is Shannon Sedgwick; cyber security and tech expert, board director, consultant, and keynote speaker. We cover a lot of ground but make sure you stick around to the end for some very practical boardroom tips on cyber risk. Shannon is renowned in both corporate and government circles through his ability to provide fut…
 
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