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Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda is a non-partisan podcast featuring thought leaders and industry pioneers with insights about innovative approaches to political campaigns, voter engagement, mobilization, fundraising, persuasion, and GOTV. Topics include the power of mobile devices, leveraging social networks, message testing and targeting, cross-media advertising, grassroots organizing, and big data.
 
Marine Mammal Science is a podcast covering some of the latest scientific research on marine mammals – whales and dolphins, polar bears, seals and sea lions, manatees and dugongs, and sea otters. The podcast is produced by Speak Up For Blue Media on behalf of the Society for Marine Mammalogy and the journal Marine Mammal Science. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
Biohacking, ancestral health, herbal medicine, spirituality, longevity, and more. The daily biohacking podcast for biohackers, featuring cutting-edge scientific information related to the mind, body, and soul. Interviews featuring simple and effective biohacks, health science, and knowledge for those wanting to biohack their biology.
 
Attend any conference for any topic and you will hear people saying after that the best and most informative discussions happened in the bar after the show. Read any business magazine and you will find an article saying something along the lines of "Business Analytics is the hottest job category out there, and there is a significant lack of people, process and best practice." In this case the conference was eMetrics, the bar was….multiple, and the attendees were Michael Helbling, Tim Wilson ...
 
Radio Spaetkauf is Berlin's English-language podcast, keeping international residents informed about local politics, public transport, urban development, culture, bicycles and bars. The podcast is recorded live each month, and is presented by a rotating cast of hosts including Joel Dullroy, Maisie Hitchcock, Jöran Mandik and Daniel Stern. Radio Spaetkauf has been on air since 2012. Got some feedback about our show? Want to get involved in the production? Drop us an e-mail: hallo@radiospaetka ...
 
"From the time you are born, Til you ride in a hearse, Everything that happens in between could be worse." With his Death Perception podcast, self-help host Joe Casper shares insights on living life, death, and everything in-between. Joe has a unique vantage point as a funeral director.
 
I do not have a son. This is a series of life lessons and anecdotes I am passing on to potential future man-sprogs because I am aware that my memory is fading fast and that one day I'll be too dead to pass on my most useful tidbits. This is directed towards dinkle-equipped progeny largely because I have not yet enjoyed living life and learning its lessons as a lady-person. If I should be given that chance in the future I will do my utmost to redress the balance. I do not expect you will agre ...
 
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Craig Leonard, CEO, Eyesover Technologies is gathering data from social posts and comment sections from media outlets to keep track of public opinion in real time. With a focus on political conversations and how voters are using social media to express concerns, Eyesover is replicating polling in real time to highlight issues for campaigns often ah…
 
Did curiosity kill the cat? Perhaps. A claim could be made that a LACK of curiosity can (and should!) kill an analyst’s career! On this episode, Dr. Debbie Berebichez, who, as Tim noted, sorta’ pegs out on the extreme end of the curiosity spectrum, joined the show to explore the subject: the societal norms that (still!) often discourage young women…
 
Did curiosity kill the cat? Perhaps. A claim could be made that a LACK of curiosity can (and should!) kill an analyst’s career! On this episode, Dr. Debbie Berebichez, who, as Tim noted, sorta’ pegs out on the extreme end of the curiosity spectrum, joined the show to explore the subject: the societal norms that (still!) often discourage young women…
 
Host David Bell speaks with KCPD Chief Rick Smith. Richard C. Smith was sworn in as the 45th Chief of Police of the Kansas City Missouri Police Department on August 15, 2017. He joined KCPD as an officer in 1988. As he worked his way up the ranks, he has had assignments in three different patrol divisions, […] The post Host David Bell speaks with K…
 
Minke Witteveen, a Ph.D. student at the Nelson Mandela University talks to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about her research that focuses on the ecological and social aspects of whale-watching tourism in Plettenberg Bay. Minke Witteveen’s short documentary: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2554901594737117 Speak Up For Blue Instagram Speak Up For Blue Twitte…
 
The AfD has won a court battle to remove pop-up bike lanes. How can cyclists fight back? We meet Dirk von Schneidemesser from Changing Cities who says we can convince drivers to give up cars if we have better, safer bike paths. Become a supporting member of Changing Cities here: https://changing-cities.org Football used to be banned for women in Ge…
 
This is a rebroadcast of an important episode of Bio Alchemy: The Daily Biohacking Podcast from earlier this year that I wanted to re-share with you all. An all-new episode is coming tomorrow. Taking a vow of silence: biohacking the mind and relationships by shutting my mouth. Taking a vow of silence is something that monks and religious figures us…
 
Michael Beach, CEO, Cross Screen Media brings deep understanding of the pain points for media buyers and sellers when trying to navigate the linear tv, digital, streaming, and addressable tv landscape. Michael brings us up to date on the enormous growth of political campaign budgets in 2020, explosive growth of political digital video ads, differen…
 
A while ago, I heard a quick online soundbite about how different the food we eat today is nutritionally, when compared to the food our grandparents ate. Although there were no sources, the soundbite suggested that if you ate an orange today, you’d need to eat eight of them to get the same nutrition as an orange your grandmother or grandfather ate.…
 
In today's episode, we are joined by Dr Roger Pielke, scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and the director of the Sports Governance Center at the University of Colorado. He speaks on the science behind climate policy, more specifically, delving into the scientific understanding of climate change models, and examining the obje…
 
For our show on September 14th, Ricky Kidd will be talking to Teresa Wilke. After 23 years of wrongful incarceration, August 15, 2020 was the one-year anniversary of the date Ricky Kidd regained his deserved freedom. To acknowledge this milestone, he embarked on a cross-country tour – Freedom Lap 2020. At each stop, he recorded […] The post Ricky K…
 
This week’s guest is Jose Palazzo, a wildlife conservation manager at the Brazilian Humpback Whale Institute (https://josetruda.wordpress.com). Jose talks about whale conservation, and especially the proposed South Atlantic Whale Sanctuary. A Commissioner for the International Whaling Commission, Jose goes over the history of the International Whal…
 
We’ve all heard about juicing for health. But let’s face it, most of the time the health claims around juicing are more often than not seriously inflated. But not in the case of the biohacking juice that I’m talking about in today’s episode. The topic of which, is beetroot juice. I’ve been taking a shot or two of beet juice almost every day for a w…
 
Have you ever heard about how you shouldn’t eat raw eggs as they may contain salmonella? Well, that whole health myth may not be as scary as you might think. As a biohacker, I’m always critical when I hear old wive’s tales, or seemingly hearsay about health. I mean, questioning this stuff is one of the fundamental basics of what I do here when crea…
 
And here we are: after 1.5 years of publishing episodes of Bio Alchemy: The Spiritual Biohacking Podcast, we’ve reached 100 episodes! This is a pretty big milestone for me. Although we would have reached the centenary of episodes much sooner id I’d continued to publish at the original pace I wanted to, unfortunately that’s not always the way it hap…
 
And we’re back! Yeah, yeah, I know my biohacking podcast has been away for a while, though I always knew it’d come back at the right time. Not to sound too much like a hippie, though the Universe always guides us towards the things that we should be doing, and after a bit of a long hiatus, I knew it was time to return. Today, I’m dropping two episo…
 
How does a Bayesian tell what time it is? She starts with an estimated time as her prior and then makes a video for TikTok. If you’ve ever made a joke like that and then realized your audience might need a little statistical education in order to appreciate how hilarious it is (or, perhaps, what the probability is that it’s hilarious), then this ep…
 
How does a Bayesian tell what time it is? She starts with an estimated time as her prior and then makes a video for TikTok. If you’ve ever made a joke like that and then realized your audience might need a little statistical education in order to appreciate how hilarious it is (or, perhaps, what the probability is that it’s hilarious), then this ep…
 
How does a Bayesian tell what time it is? She starts with an estimated time as her prior and then makes a video for TikTok. If you've ever made a joke like that and then realized your audience might need a little statistical education in order to appreciate how hilarious it is (or, perhaps, what the probability is that it's hilarious), then this ep…
 
Host Latahra Smith will talk about the September 3rd double protest of the KC Freedom Project when they traveled to Jefferson City to file complaints against Jackson County prosecutors Amy McGowan and Dan Hill at the same time demonstrating in KCMO for the discipline of police officers under investigation for their acts. Supporters of KC […] The po…
 
In today's episode, we interview Philip Stevens, a director of policy for International Policy Network, former official at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and founder of the Geneva network. He speaks on the importance of Trade and Innovation in the medical sector in the counter Covid-19 efforts worldwide, explaining how free bor…
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Leslie Cornick, who talks to host Dr. Ashley Scarlett about her work with Beluga whales in Cook Inlet, Alaska. Dr. Cornick explains her fieldwork experiences and her journey to become a marine ecologist. She discusses the trials and tribulations she has faced along her road to becoming one of our most influential female aca…
 
Maisie mingles mit medical misbelievers and miscellaneous misinformed masses. Brace yourself - winter markets may be cancelled. Plus Berlin’s building and housing senator has been forced to resign… what does this mean for the rent freeze? Berlin’s population has fallen for the first time in almost two decades. There are 3.7 million residents regist…
 
Reed Galen, co-founder, The Lincoln Project comes back on the show with an update about the effectiveness of their ads to defeat President Trump and how this group of Republicans have created a pirate ship to develop this grassroots effort giving soft Republicans and swing voters permission to vote for Joe Biden for President or at least diminish t…
 
In today's episode, we speak with Julian Morris, co-founder and executive director of the International Policy Network, and senior fellow at Reason Foundation and director of innovation policy at the International Center for Law and Economics. He speaks directly on the issue of sustainable development, and what it means in our species' efforts to s…
 
For our show on August 31st, host David Bell talks with the Hon. Sandra C. Midkiff, who was appointed circuit judge in Jackson County, Missouri by Gov. Robert Holden in 2002. She retired on August 10th, 2020 after serving 18 years on the bench. Tune in as Judge Midkiff discusses her journey and how she […] The post David Bell speaks with Hon. Sandr…
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Ashley Scarlett, who talks to Dr. Chris Parsons about her natural and social science research assessing the sustainability of dolphin-watching in Bocas Del Toro Panama. She also discusses her research on science communication, including how to make an effective conservation commercial or advertisement. Finally, she discusse…
 
Dan Gerstein, CEO, Gotham Ghostwriters shares insights about the challenges of writing speeches which will be given in an empty room, advantages to the intimacy of talking directly to those tuning in online or on television, the relevance of background and positioning of the speaker, and intermixing of live and recorded content in the national conv…
 
Once every four years in the United States, there is this thing called a “presidential election.” It’s a pretty boring affair, in that there is so much harmony amongst the electorate, and the two main candidates are pretty indistinguishable when it comes to their world views, policy ideas, and temperaments. But, despite the blandness of the contest…
 
Once every four years in the United States, there is this thing called a “presidential election.” It’s a pretty boring affair, in that there is so much harmony amongst the electorate, and the two main candidates are pretty indistinguishable when it comes to their world views, policy ideas, and temperaments. But, despite the blandness of the contest…
 
Once every four years in the United States, there is this thing called a "presidential election." It's a pretty boring affair, in that there is so much harmony amongst the electorate, and the two main candidates are pretty indistinguishable when it comes to their world views, policy ideas, and temperaments. But, despite the blandness of the contest…
 
Ron Kagan Founder Mailin2020.org a non-profit organization has launched a comprehensive site that provides state by state mail-in ballot directions to educate voters about the ways to receive and return their ballots. With an entrepreneurial background and experience as a software developer for large financial institutions, Ron has designed an easy…
 
For our show on August 24th, host Teresa Wilke talks with Michael Brouwer, Criminal Justice Coordinator, and Matt Cravens, Data Analyst, both at the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Douglas County, KS. Mike Brouwer has more than 23 years of experience in providing mental health and criminal justice-related services. Mike is recognized for his…
 
This week’s guest is Katherina Audley, the Director and Founder of the Whales of Guerrero Project (https://www.whalesinmexico.com/). Katherina has been working with the local community in Guerrero, Mexico to study and conserve local humpback whales. She gives some excellent suggestions and tips for how to better engage with local communities in ord…
 
Sean Duggan, VP Advertising, Pandora shines light on the changes in the listening habits of their audience since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. While there has been a significant rise in the use of connected devices in homes, the listening audience in cars also continues to grow with a renewed interest in owning cars. Which changes in work…
 
For our show on August 17th, host Margot Patterson had scheduled a talk with Kalfani Ture, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Policing at Quinnipiac University, a university located in the middle of the power corridor between Boston and New York City. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Urban Ethnography Project (UEP) at […] The post Police …
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Laura May-Collado, who has studied whale and dolphin in several countries in Central America. Dr. May-Collado has, in particular, been working to help save a genetically distinct and imperiled population of dolphins in Bocas del Toro, Panama. After a decade and a half of scientific studies (both biological and social), this…
 
Steve Kramer, President, Get Out the Vote reflects on the changes to the world of live call centers, door-to-door field activities, texting campaigns, and phone surveys in the age of COVID-19. The rate of engagement with live callers on both mobile devices and landlines is increasing, people are showing more patience for answering phone surveys, an…
 
Do you know someone who always seems to have read the latest books and can cite concepts and ideas and authors and titles in any situation? Do you hate that person? Honestly, so do we. But that didn’t stop us from recording an episode that, potentially, will grate on your nerves in such a way that you have to draw on your inner grit (Grit: The Powe…
 
Do you know someone who always seems to have read the latest books and can cite concepts and ideas and authors and titles in any situation? Do you hate that person? Honestly, so do we. But that didn’t stop us from recording an episode that, potentially, will grate on your nerves in such a way that you have to draw on your inner grit (Grit: The Powe…
 
Do you know someone who always seems to have read the latest books and can cite concepts and ideas and authors and titles in any situation? Do you hate that person? Honestly, so do we. But that didn't stop us from recording an episode that, potentially, will grate on your nerves in such a way that you have to draw on your inner grit (Grit: The Powe…
 
For our show on August 10th, we feature an interesting piece produced by Bill Clause on the topic of police reform. There is an apparent lack of trust, accountability, excessive use of force, discriminatory policies and practices, and inadequate training of police forces. The belief that addressing low-level “disorder” to prevent more serious crime…
 
Dr. Chris Parsons chats Dave Mattila, the organizer of the International Whaling Commission’s whale entanglement program. They chat about his career, his research on humpback whales in the Caribbean, and how this brought him to his current position coordinating, setting up training, and developing networks to disentangle whales from fishing gear. S…
 
Deepak Puri, Co-Founder and CEO, DemLabs talks about the value of GIS data for planning, identifying trouble spots and empowering voters, innovations in organizing apps, lessons fundraisers can learn from infomercials, and informing people about how they can become poll workers. #DemLabs #Fundraising #2020Election TheDemLabs.org…
 
Are you faking your details on restaurant sign-in sheets? Now the police are requisitioning venue contact lists for non-health-related investigations. About 20,000 corona deniers marched through Berlin on Saturday, showing that covidiots aren't only found in the US. At the same time, police brutally cracked down on a left-wing demo in Neukölln. Has…
 
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