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In a lot of ways 1999 was the year that changed movies. From “The Matrix” and “The Blair Witch Project” to “American Beauty” and “The Sixth Sense”, the last year of the millennium was transformative for Hollywood. Through "Podcast Like It's 1999" writers Phillip Iscove (co-creator of FOX's Sleepy Hollow) and Kenny Neibart (Entourage, Hindsight) examine this apex of Cinema, before television took over, before Reality TV, before TMZ and Twitter but also after the internet, after Clinton, after ...
 
Brought to you by Virtual not Distant, the 21st Century Work Life podcast looks at leading and managing remote teams, online collaboration and working in distributed organisations. Join Pilar Orti, guests & co-hosts as they shine the spotlight on the most relevant themes and news relevant to the modern knowledge worker.
 
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In this episode, Maya and Pilar discuss the mental health challenges in returning to the office space, the evolution of communication in the workplace and the reasons why many people do not want to work remotely – in Spain and other places. The set up of a hybrid workplace continues with its challenges. In episode 106 of My Pocket Psych, guest Dr. …
 
In this episode, we focus on the 21st Century Work Life podcast: how it’s evolved and what it could cover in the future. And our guests have come wise words for you, our listeners. 00.00 mins Pilar shares how the show has evolved over the last 100 episodes. Some of the episodes she mentions are: episode 209 The Journey of the Remote Leader, episode…
 
Tori Bravettia and Emma Fraser return to pop open the entertainment time capsule that is Permiere Magazine. Podcast Like It's 2009: Patreon.com/podcastlikeits Twitter: twitter.com/podcastlikeits Instagram: instagram.com/podcastlikeits Reddit: reddit.com/r/podcastlikeits See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode, our guests talk about how their approach to their work and their work has changed, as well as how the view of work in relation to the rest of our lives has changed. 03.45 After an introduction to the episode, we hear from Theresa about how the delivery of her training and consultancy has changed, Pinar tells us about delivering her…
 
This is the first part of the celebratory episode 300! Some of our guests return to the show to share how they see the world of remote work changing, how their own ways of working have changed and what they'd like this podcast to cover over the next 100 episodes (or is it next 300!). We'll hear from: Maya Middelmiss Dr Richard MacKinnon Mark Kilby …
 
Bryan Cogman returns for one final conversation on the '99 episodes of ER. Through the episode GREAT EXPECTATIONS, we discuss the first appearance of Maura Tierney as Abby Lockhart, how the show dealt with the absence of George Clooney, and how it managed to stay afloat for the following ten years. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Have you ever wanted to listen to a grown man cuss out a nice cartoon boy for an hour straight? Well I have some good news for you! DOUG'S 1ST MOVIE with Teddy Bressman is out now! We talk about the original Nickelodeon trio, why this movie got bumped to a theatrical release, and why none of us have talked about Doug in over 20 years. See acast.com…
 
Resident gadget lover Emma Stefansky returns to the show as we FINALLY cover INSPECTOR GADGET. We talk about the history of movie studios adapting IP, Kenny shares his experience with Quibi and how it relates to what Disney was doing in the 90s, and we all try to figure out what our ideal Inspector Gadget pitch would be in 2022. Podcast Like It's 2…
 
We welcome Laurel Farrer to the podcast, to talk about how to lay down the foundations to provide an equitable experience for our employees, in a hybrid setup. The conversation was inspired by Laurel’s article 10 Habits to Ensure Equality in Your Hybrid Team. But before we get into the content of the article, we hear from Laurel about her aspiratio…
 
In this bonus episode of the 21st Century Work Life podcast, Ana Neves talks about how she’s structured the conference Social Now, which covers how enterprise social network tools can help organisations in the day to day, ”rather than being an extra thing we have to do”.Your code as listener to get the early bird discount until 8 April is WCL21.The…
 
Phil and Kenny go guestless for a therapeutic trip to the town of MUMFORD. We talk about Touchstone's identity crisis in the 90s. Are these Disney movies? Are they raunchy comedies? Action flicks?! What's going on here?!? We also discuss Ebert's glowing 3/4 star review, the way this movie fights through its ineptitude to create something watchable,…
 
In this episode, Maya and Pilar discuss the different communication rhythms that remote teams adopt. They also cover the concept of documentation, as something that can help slow down a team's rhythm, or at least help it towards "burstiness", a characteristic of successful teams. Plenty here to reflect on.Communication in an online team requires a …
 
Mike Natale returns to the podcast to talk about the state of adult cartoons in the 90s with FUTURAMA! We discuss the show as a whole, through the lens of the first two episodes. Mike breaks down why the existentialism of this show makes it work, while also commenting on it's relationship to Matt Groening and other cartoons of the time. Phil is for…
 
Writers Molly Margraf and Jerica Lieberman join us for a deep dive into the career of Harrison Ford with Sydney Pollack's flop of the romantic drama RANDOM HEARTS. Podcast Like It's 2009: Patreon.com/podcastlikeits Twitter: twitter.com/podcastlikeits Instagram: instagram.com/podcastlikeits Reddit: reddit.com/r/podcastlikeits See acast.com/privacy f…
 
Catherine Nicholson is the Director of The Virtual Training Team She last appeared on the show in episode 274, almost a year ago. Now she is back to let us know how the work with their clients has evolved, and how they have changed how they work as a team. The novelty of having to move online because of the pandemic has faded. Trainers, as well as …
 
Widely considered one of the worst in the franchise, we break down why this movie only gets better with age, acting as a bridge between what the franchise was, and what it will eventually become. We discuss how Justin Lin and Vin Diesel were able to create a franchise purely for the fans, the series' insane naming conventions, the importance of the…
 
Editor and fellow podcast host Joe Reid joins us to read through Entertainment Weekly's year end double issue to find out what really was the BEST OF 1999. Find Joe at: twitter.com/joereid Podcast Like It's 1989: patreon.com/podcastlikeits1989 Twitter: twitter.com/podcastlike1999 Instagram: instagram.com/podcastlike1999 Reddit: reddit.com/r/podcast…
 
In the last What's Going On episode, which was actually a hybrid of WGOn and ReThinking Thinking Remote, Maya and Pilar discuss Maya's chapter from our book Thinking Remote, "Sick and Tired, Working and Not Working in a Remote Team". This add-on episode is the audio version of that chapter. You can read the blog version of the chapter here: https:/…
 
Sara Ghaleb (Arden Podcast / Historical Hookups) comes on the pod to discuss the oft forgotten Michael Radford crime drama B. MONKEY. We discuss this film's sexuality, the reasons it fell between the cracks of pop culture, and the behind the scenes atrocities that brought it into the limelight twenty years later. We also critique the concept of the…
 
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