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Españolistos is a Spanish language learning Podcast spoken in clear Latin American Spanish geared towards intermediate to advanced language learners. The conversations are 99% in Spanish so you can focus on your listening comprehension. The topics are fun and interesting, sometimes controversial, and always educational. We believe that discussing deep and meaningful topics will increase your vocabulary as you learn new and practical words for everyday living. Andrea (Colombian Spanish Teache ...
 
Security Conversations covers the business of cybersecurity, from the lens of veteran journalist and storyteller Ryan Naraine. Thoughtful conversations with security practitioners on threat intelligence, zero trust, securing cloud deployments, penetration testing, bug bounties, advancements in offensive research and targeted malware espionage activity. Connect with Ryan on Twitter (Open DMs).
 
In uncertain times what’s needed is not just clarity about today’s pandemic, but insight into the challenges that lie ahead as America recovers and returns to normal. GoodFellows, a weekly Hoover Institution broadcast, features senior fellows John Cochrane, Niall Ferguson, and H.R. McMaster discussing the social, economic, and geostrategic ramifications of this changed world.
 
A weekly podcast that offers Christian perspectives on some of the most significant issues facing today's church and culture. In each episode, hosts Scott Rae and Sean McDowell — professors at Biola University's Talbot School of Theology — draw upon biblical wisdom and insights from guest experts as they explore how Christians can thoughtfully and faithfully engage with cultural trends and current events.
 
CoinGeek Conversations is a weekly podcast update on the thriving BitcoinSV ecosystem - for beginners as well as those already deeply immersed in it. CoinGeek's Charles Miller meets entrepreneurs, technologists and businesspeople to ask about their work and their visions for the future. You don't need to be an expert in computer science or business studies. But you do need an appetite to learn about the most exciting new technology of our time.
 
Hosted by Joseph-Albert Kuuire, "Open Conversations" is a podcast where Joseph and his guests have open and honest discussions about various topics including dating, religion, marriage, entertainment, and anything else that comes to mind. Open Conversations is part of the "That's Not Canon" podcast network.
 
Improve your listening skills and expose yourself to English that is used in everyday speaking. Hear expressions, phrasal verbs, new vocabulary naturally spoken audio lessons. Learn conversational American English with Real English Conversations! Mejore sus habilidades de escuchar y exponerse al inglés que se usa en el habla cotidiana con estas conversaciones naturales (sin guión) ¡Aprende inglés americano con nuestras conversaciones reales en inglés!
 
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Does life really have any meaning? Are all human beings actually equal? These are some of the big questions of life, which we wrestle with in this episode. At its core, these are deep worldview questions that have powerful and practical implications for how we live our lives. Embracing a biblical perspective on these questions, as opposed to a secu…
 
Addictive experiences can be "engineered". This is neither inherently good or bad. The critical factor is increasing your awareness about what makes certain behaviors addictive in a good way versus addictive in a bad way. We want YOU to be in control and that is only possible through information and education. A "fitness addiction" has the potentia…
 
In January 1940 Lucie and her mother Yvonne leave Australia for France, following the death of Lucie’s father. Taken in by Gerard, their only surviving relative, Lucie must settle into the fabled city of lights on the eve of invasion from Germany. Small Acts of Defiance chronicles Lucie’s coming of age in Paris and a world that is forever teetering…
 
In this episode, Matt and I take a trip down memory lane and discuss some of our favourite summer experiences, beginning in our formative childhood years, with a pitstop at the teenage saga, and a deep-dive into summer as adults. We look back at our various summer camp experiences, various pool games, first summer jobs, among many other summer memo…
 
Kahdejah Evonne expresses the importance of the CWE Platform in low poverty communities and how she is connecting mental health to financial stability, motivation, entertainment and entrepreneurship. Find out more on the next season of Conversations with Evonne, Season 4 at www.conversationswithevonne.com. Which sill be airing live in the official …
 
Patrick Staples is a bassist with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra and has begun making bows recently. We talk about growing up in Canada, moving to Los Angeles to attend Colburn and study with David Allen Moore and Paul Ellison, further studies with Tim Pitts at Rice University, and landing his job in Calgary. We also dig into how Patrick got st…
 
Rode is the equipment I favour and presently the Australian company is staging a competition for podcasts of one or two minutes. I set out to create an entry for that competition but failed as I'm far from being a technological whiz and, although I created the episode, I and was unable to load it onto Rode's preferred hosting service, Anchor - I'm …
 
On this edition of Conversations, Simone Davies talks with host Dan Skinner about “The Montessori Baby: A Parent's Guide to Nurturing Your Baby with Love, Respect, and Understanding.” Davies is the author of “The Montessori Toddler,” as well as the author of “The Montessori Notebook,” the popular blog and Instagram, where she gives tips, answers qu…
 
Tom Favia served with the USMLM, The US Military Liaison Mission which the Soviet Union permitted to operate in East Germany at the end of World War 2 for the purposes of monitoring and furthering better relationships between the Soviet and Western occupation forces. The British & French also had missions in East Germany and the Soviets has theirs …
 
Welcome to another Conversation with Coleman! To date, we have given around 400 free subscriptions to those who have expressed financial challenges. With the growing impact of this podcast, I hope to continue providing free memberships to those with financial difficulties. To continue doing this, we have started a campaign to pay it forward. Help u…
 
How has America become so polarized? Has negative partisanship opened the floodgates for disinformation and propaganda in our politics? How is cancel culture related to information warfare? How can those who believe in free government fight back? In this Conversation, Jonathan Rauch, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, shares his perspect…
 
Hello wonderful Patrons! Episode 64 is an unplanned episode that I felt I needed to do in response to some terrible & disappointing takes I‘ve seen in response to this recent viral article: https://www.salon.com/2021/06/05/how-the-new-atheists-merged-with-the-far-right-a-story-of-intellectual-grift-and-abject-surrender/Let me know what you think :)…
 
Josh Schwartz, aka FuzzyNop, oversees offensive security, product engineering, and security engagement functions at Verizon Media (soon to be Yahoo). He shares insights on red-teaming, overcoming the adversarial relationship between red/blue teams. chasing the "feeling" of being secure, and why there's a need for more empathy in cybersecurity. (Epi…
 
A recent article by the well-known author sparked a flurry of discussions on social media which went from themes of personal betrayal, mob mentality, and social media toxicity. (Article here) In today's episode, I talk with my friend Kiiki to break down everything from social media mobs, woke and cancel culture, and the toxicity of modern-day socia…
 
John Butler has 25 years’ experience in international finance. He has served as a Managing Director for bulge-bracket investment banks in research, strategy, asset allocation and product development roles, including at Deutsche Bank and Lehman Brothers. He has advised some of the world’s largest institutional and private investors, and he has been …
 
In this episode, Martin, one of the hostage negotiators, recalls an incident where he deals with a protestor dressed as 'Batman', who has scaled Westminster Abbey in Central London. Here he was tasked to talk down the protestor from an external balcony of the famous London landmark. Martin and Chris share techniques in how to how to deal with, and …
 
Hoy te seguiremos contando sobre todo lo que ha estado pasando en Colombia.Si no has escuchado la parte 1 ve ya mismo a escuchar el episodio 234.En estos dos episodios te explicaremos muy bien el por qué de todas las protestas.Del 28 de abril al 9 de mayo ya se reportaban 47 personas asesinadas, 278 denuncias por violencia física, 963 detenciones i…
 
In this special edition of Vox Conversations in honor of the Juneteenth holiday, Vox race reporter Fabiola Cineas spoke with author and podcast host Ibram X. Kendi before a virtual audience about the big ideas around being antiracist. They discussed where we are after a year protesting racism and police brutality, Kendi's approach to defining and f…
 
On today’s episode host Jessie Stephens is speaking with award-winning investigative journalists Ruby Jones and Neil Mercer, co-authors of the book Barrenjoey Road. For 43 years, the case of Trudie Jeanette Adams has intrigued people on Sydney's Northern Beaches. Trudie decided to hitch-hike home, but she was never seen again. Ruby Jones first inve…
 
What can studying the lives of philosophers tell us about how to organize and interpret our own lives? Elijah Millgram is a professor of philosophy at the University of Utah whose research focuses on the theory of rationality. His latest book, John Stuart Mill and The Meaning of Life, analyzes the relationship between the ideas of the famous theori…
 
Episode Notes: During the conversation with Liz Clark, a book was referenced but at that time the title could not be recalled. The book is Earl Swift's Chesapeake Requiem: A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island. Additional resources recommended by Liz include: Kale Williams: The Loneliest Polar Bear Ian Urbina's The Outlaw Ocean: Jour…
 
Digital currencies can survive if they embrace the rule of law, says leading economist and professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business, Nouriel Roubini. The economist, who is known as “Dr. Doom” for his pessimistic predictions about the economy, including in 2008 when he famously predicted the housing bubble crash, believes that leg…
 
Today we’re celebrating my podcasting journey over the last 3 years! 156 episodes, 52,000 downloads from all over the world. All I have is so much gratitude for all of you who have made this journey possible. This podcast has kept me going for 3 years and has taught me so much. And today, I want to celebrate these wins with you. Business & Life Con…
 
Think studying Latin doesn’t sound much like a celebration of summer? Think again! Listen to these inviting suggestions for incorporating a little Latin learning into your summer celebrating and discover how to strengthen the skills that will make learning languages easier as your kids grow. Playing games, solving puzzles, dressing up, reading stor…
 
Lamenting the Loss For the session to be discussed on June 27, 2021 2 Samuel 1:1-27 David Cassady Nikki Hardeman Daniel Glaze Bert Montgomery When David learns of Saul’s and Jonathan’s death, he grieves loudly and publicly. Have we forgotten how to grieve in community or to show our lament? Especially as we are coming out of a pandemic that has cau…
 
Jahmeer Reynolds is a community activist, the Executive Director of the Marin County Cooperation Team (“MCCT”), and the architect of the Marin City Public Safety Initiative (“MCPSI”), Frederick Leon Marcus Youth Academy (“YA”), and School to Life Mentor Project (“STL”). MCCT provides Marin County’s most vulnerable residents with comprehensive suppo…
 
As curator of 28 exhibitions featuring over 110 international photographers J. Sybylla Smith provides context for an expansive array of image-based work. Her Concept Aware® curriculum provides a unique concept development framework that strengthens creative practice. Amplifying visual narrative, fostering collaborations across disciplines - she bel…
 
Kemi Ilesanmi has been a DMV clerk, receptionist, business school dropout, Minnesota State Fair ribbon winner, museum curator, foundation officer, and now Executive Director of The Laundromat Project, a NYC arts nonprofit that advances artists and neighbors as change agents in their own communities. She cares about cultural and community care, #Bla…
 
Terence Lester joins me on the podcast to talk about what it looks like to seek justice together, in community. He has recently written, When We Stand, and asserts how easy it is to feel overwhelmed by all the injustices we see in the world. But as we collaborate with others, we can do more than we ever could on our own. Terence is a community acti…
 
For eight years, Ben Rhodes served as Deputy National Security Advisor to President Obama, engaged in issues ranging from reestablishing relations with Cuba to Benghazi to helping negotiate the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, better known as the Iran nuclear deal. Now, more than four years after leaving that role – but still engaged in business…
 
Everybody loves long weekends! It's a chance to get away for a few days or just have an extra day to relax. Find out Amy & Curtis typically spend a long weekend compared to other people that they know and learn real English from a real life conversation.Read and Listen to this Lesson: Get the Latest Podcast Lesson Here 🌞 Summer to Fluency Sale On N…
 
En este episodio entrevistamos a Fa Sandoval, una de cuatro personas en México certificada como Facebook Blueprint, y dueña de tres negocios. Fa nos explica su trayectoria en el mundo de los negocios, desde sus comienzos como diseñadora, cómo creó su consultoría de marketing Lyndoors Agencia de Marketing Digital, cómo se destacó como una de las cua…
 
Actor Janet Behan and writer Damian Le Bas join Creative Conversation host, Yang-May Ooi, in today’s show to talk about Telling Family Stories in the context of their respective Irish, Gypsy and Chinese backgrounds. Along the way they explore language, stereotyping and identity. Damian Le Bas is a writer of Gypsy and Irish descent. His book The Sto…
 
"The root of suffering is resisting the certainty that no matter what the circumstances, uncertainty is all we truly have." ~ Pema Chðdrðn What happens when your date is set to leave the military and 9/11 happens? Join us for a very special episode where our good friend, J, shares his experience living with uncertainty and the stop-loss that kept h…
 
Does elite thinking about the Black experience in America, as expressed via the teaching of critical race theory and the 1619 Project, benefit the descendants of slavery? Glenn Loury, a Hoover Institution distinguished visiting fellow and Brown University economist who writes frequently on racial inequality, joins Hoover senior fellows Niall Fergus…
 
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