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Conversations with leaders in the field of elder care from the century-old Jewish Home Family nonprofit who share their expertise and wisdom on aging well, caring for elders, decisions faced by older adults and the burgeoning field of elder tech redefining how we age. Hosted by President and CEO Carol Silver Elliott, the show features guests and interviews from the cutting edge of the world of elder care and beyond.
 
Welcome to The Story Studio — a podcast where an independent publishing company explores the world of self-publishing, independent art, and the future of storytelling. A show for filmmakers, writers, comic book makers, crowdfunders, authorpreneurs, creators, and anyone looking to tell stories in the modern world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join Jerry Cuomo, IBM Fellow, VP, and CTO of IBM Automation, as he leads you through the fascinating world of Enterprise Automation. In each episode, Jerry is joined by a subject matter expert on a particular facet of automation, and together, they take an artistic deep dive into where we are and what the future might hold.
 
An irreverent, inclusive, and Palatable Serving of Art History, brought to you by visual artists and Art Historian Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker. We cover Art History in a totally different way - without all the gatekeeping, privilege, and that cognitive fog called ‘art speaking’. We dig into the famous artists you may have slept through during your Art History lectures, and the ones that have been left out; possibly due to their ethnicity, gender, race, sexual identity, or lack of ...
 
The Art of the Pivot brings you an executive perspective on the trends, challenges and triumphs experienced by today’s most transformative business leaders. Our conversations will take listeners into the mind of decision-makers at their most critical - or shall we say, pivotal - moments. Subscribe today and learn business transformation lessons you won’t hear anywhere else. Learn more about Signavio here: https://bit.ly/2IMD7Am
 
We are Vermeer Partners, and we’ve created this series to shed light on some of the topics running hot in the investment community today. With insights from industry experts in their own Golden Eras, we reveal some of the issues investors face in today’s often complex, investment world. Whether you are a seasoned industry professional or an enthusiast beginning your investment journey, we hope you gain some valuable insights and enjoy the series along the way. And if you want to find out mor ...
 
Welcome to the "The Art of Raw, Wild & Free" podcast where you will learn how to walk towards your truth. Hosted by Charmaine Marinkovich, she's a single Mum of 4, a Baba (aka.Nana) of 2. She's been a photographer (photographing primarily women) for over 20 years, she's a writer who shares from her heart and now coaches women to step towards their own truth and to find freedom in expressing themselves fully.Charmaine is so passionate about women finding their voice, standing up to what feels ...
 
Whether you are feeling overwhelmed or absolutely ready to seize the moment, the Art of Dynamic Competence shows us how best align ourselves with whatever situation we find ourselves in, creating success in changing times. At its core, Dynamic Competence describes how we consciously understand the situations in which we find ourselves, allowing us to create equitable and balanced solutions for all concerned. Dynamic Competence is not static; it allows us to see our situation clearer, make be ...
 
The Future Insiders Podcast has a new name! It is now the Future of the Metaverse Podcast with Cathy Hackl. Whether you’re a techie or traditionalist, get ready to see the future! Cathy has been to the far frontiers of tech and with this podcast will present the possibilities of the tomorrows that are actually happening today by discussing the latest news from the world of the metaverse(s), emerging tech and bringing you the insiders who are making it happen.
 
Discover the Art of Prosperity in a new series with Stuart Bocking. Chatting with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand CEO Lee White, we look at the upcoming challenges facing Australian businesses. The four-part series highlights the importance of understanding ethics, big data, the future of work and how these issues are shaping our economic future. Listen in to find out how your business can prosper.
 
The Arts Association of East Alabama has brought world-renowned performers to the Opelika Center for the Performing Arts for over three decades. Through its yearly performance series, community sponsored events, and sponsorship of future artist and musicians, AAEA serves as a valued community resource and treasure.
 
"A place to unload all my cinematic truths." —Newton Thomas Sigel, ASC How do you cultivate a career in Hollywood? What does it take to make iconic work? There’s an art to everything in life and the Art of the Shot explores the answers to those questions and more through deep-dives into the minds of master filmmakers. Join host Derek Stettler, young filmmaker and writer for the ASC and SOC magazines since 2016, as he learns from the artists behind today's most strikingly-shot projects. Enjoy ...
 
The Art of LiveOps podcast provides an in-depth perspective on modern game development and shares stories behind some of the most successful LiveOps strategies. Join our hosts, James Gwertzman and Crystin Cox, as they interview a variety of game development professionals in the industry. Presented by Azure PlayFab, if you are interested in learning more about LiveOps visit PlayFab.com. Download the latest episode transcript at aka.ms/LiveOpsPodcast.
 
Our podcasts are a mix of conversations with a wide range of subject matter experts and enthusiasts, interspersed with the occasional audio drama. Each episode focuses on one person, a group of people or a genre from the world of entertainment that we wish to bring back to the spotlight and who has been lost to history or is in danger of being so.The Arts industries are currently in peril but this is nothing new. The Entertainment industry in all its guises has seen it all before. Political ...
 
A carnivore podcast about life, THE MEAT OF IT is a series of solo rants and unusual conversations hosted by Michaelanthony, an artist from NYC. Over 3 years into a 100% carnivore diet for better health ― on an individual and global level ― Michaelanthony shares his zero carb philosophy and everyday adventures with you and his guests. (The chats aren’t always between two carnivores, but they’re always between two freethinkers.) Animal-based nutrition saved Michaelanthony’s life. Now he’s sha ...
 
Step inside the contemporary Dior mind with ‘Dior Talks’, a series of podcasts aimed at bringing together both the people who directly shape the creative direction of the House and those whose artistic, cultural or intellectual impact influence its narrative. The sixth series, ‘Feminism’, focuses on the women who have inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri, both professionally and personally, and who have been involved in the bold collaborations with the House that the Creative Director of Women’s col ...
 
The ‘House of Style’ podcast is a deep dive into prominent Australian interior brands, designers, artists, makers, industry personalities and their stories. A conversation about their journey, discussing what it takes to become an iconic Australian figure in today’s interiors landscape by exploring their past, present and future.
 
A video game development podcast by John R. Diaz, a kid born to emigrants from the Dominican Republic in New York City, raised with lots of love, off of food stamps & welfare, where English was not his native language, who got lucky enough to find his passion in developing video games. It took him years in college before figuring out that video game development was something he could learn and do. It wasn't until 2007 when he got his lucky 1 in a million chance to get his foot in the door, w ...
 
Cult of Reason is a podcast of long form conversations with intellectuals, subculture personalities, artists, and scientists in various fields who share their insight and unique perspectives on a wide variety of complex topics related to science, philosophy, art, psychology, social dynamics, and medicine.​
 
What does it mean to join a community? What about leaving one behind? What makes this collective desire to belong so powerful? When did you realize that you are a Tribe of One? Join Ankit Bhatia and Rob Giometti as they dive into topics of tribalism, community, and more facets of the human experience with creative and thoughtful guests from across the spectrum.
 
This podcast takes you behind the scenes with insights and interviews with some of the most inspiring and ambitious personalities in the music production business. Made for ambitious musicians and artists, brought to you by the professionals on the other side of the studio window. No nerdy techtalk, no textbook tutorials and no rubbish, only Real Talk on a bi-weekly basis.
 
Vampires dance with Goths around campfires far from the rainy Metroplex- as the Central Computer says in Cell U.R. "Most entertainment consists of beautiful people on sexy adventures without kids, because real life is the opposite." Imagine a near future, when nanotechnology allows doctors to install speakerphones on the inside of everyone's ears, a microphone in their throat, and scanners that record through the eyes. All citizens enjoy a permanent connection to the internet. One human cell ...
 
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Welcome to Art Slice: an irreverent, inclusive, and Palatable Serving of Art History, brought to you by visual artists and Art Historian Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker.We cover Art History in a totally different way - without all the gatekeeping, privilege, and that cognitive fog called ‘art speaking’.We dig into the famous artists you may …
 
We're all looking at what we can do to be a better version of ourselves. And a lot of the times, we look outside of us. We look at all the boxes we could be ticking. But I believe the best way to become the best version of ourself is to connect back to who we are, and that is to explore and access where we're from and bringing culture back into our…
 
On Episode 17 of the Game Developer's Podcast Out of Play Area hosted by John R. Diaz we sit down with Lead Producer at Brass Lion Entertainment Yesenia Cisneros a Queens New York City Native with Chinese - Ecuadorian roots and we talk about what's it like breaking into games, working in eSports, transitioning into QA, and finally as a Producer at …
 
Never, never, NEVER give up! This is a simple message for anyone who needs to hear it right now. Never give up! Keep going, no matter what! I needed this message myself, and I hope it helps you through something today. Plus, I share a few thoughts about taking care of ourselves on every level: body, mind, and energy. Eat meat, live free, and stay s…
 
Jerry is joined by IBM Distinguished Engineer, CTO of IBM Application Platforms, and a Founding Father of the WebSphere Application Platform, Dr. Ian Robinson. Jerry and Ian discuss the story of Java, from its beginnings at Sun Microsystems, to its role today as the platform for an enduring software development ecosystem of languages, runtime platf…
 
“We like to think about authentic intelligence, adaptive intelligence, agile intelligence. All the ways that you can leverage that immensely powerful data to shape what’s next.” Q: Which Art of the Pivot episode features discussions on the role of AI in Marketing, distrust in polling and a forthcoming parody business musical? A: This one! Leela Sri…
 
This week we delve into the smaller end of the UK stock market with Paul Marriage, Fund Manager of the Tellworth UK Smaller Companies Fund and Co-Founder of Tellworth Investments. We begin by looking back to Paul’s early experiences as a young investor (1.25) and the building of his career at Cazenove surrounded by some other great managers of that…
 
There’s a real difference between feeling lonely and being alone. We can have many people around us and still feel lonely or we can be on our own in the middle of nowhere and feel totally connected and content. Loneliness is felt by many people for different reasons and I remember the feeling of emptiness in the times I experienced loneliness. In t…
 
The United States government is officially treating climate change as a public health issue ― and that’s a bad thing. The Department of Health and Human Services has established an Office of Climate Change and Health Equity. Their goal: to set policies, regulations, and laws that meet the standards of misinformed environmentalists. With “experts” c…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker are back with another slice of Art History: they discuss Rene Magritte and his painting "The Unexpected Answer" from 1933, Giorgio “Daddy” De Chirico’s influence on Rene and the Surrealists, and De Chirico's "The Song of Love" from 1914. De Chirico’s metaphysical works were a first in art history and has since…
 
In just over a week, I celebrate four years on a carnivore diet! But around the same time, NYC plans to start enforcing medical segregation. Going carnivore gave me so much freedom over my life. Now I’m losing that in the city that has been my home since birth. This must be my meatiest liberty rant yet! Eat meat and live free, Michaelanthony 🌎 http…
 
Welcome to ‘Feminism’, the latest series of ‘Dior Talks’ podcasts, hosted by Justine Picardie. ‘Dior Talks’ creates fascinating spaces for expression, exploring the imaginations and discourses of the artists and thinkers who influence Maria Grazia Chiuri. ‘Feminism’ engages in dialogue with the women who have inspired the Creative Director of Women…
 
This week we’re looking at how to reinvent yourself and start becoming the person you dream of being. We look at what fears can come up and when you commit to making the changes for yourself, even the smallest of changes, how they can have a ripple effect into all areas of life. Enjoy Charmaine x JOIN ME OVER ON INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/charmai…
 
Episode 16 features Stephan Carmignani Creative Director at Rovio in Montreal. We discuss diversity, hiring in the pandemic, VR arcade design at Minority Media, UGC in the metaverse, and more. Chapters: (00:00) Who is Stephan Carmignani (01:47) A Toast (15:03) Hiring Practices in the Pandemic (26:02) VR Arcade Design (38:29) Level Design Roots (43:…
 
Right now, there is nothing more important than the human right to individual liberty. While this comes with responsibilities, these duties include our obligation to defend that very freedom! A foundation of natural-born liberty is our ultimate defense against the ever-encroaching tyranny of an opportunistic predator class. This tension is as ancie…
 
This week we turn our attention to investing in Asia with Tom Naughton, Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of the Asian investment boutique, Prusik Investment Management. Tom was a great guest with unparalleled knowledge of the Asian investment markets and it was fascinating to listen to his career journey to date. We looked back to Tom’…
 
Digital Jerry (DJ) and Human Jerry return for a special episode on one of the most popular technology trends of the last decade, Blockchain. Jerry begins by clearing up a few common misconceptions about Blockchain, like the fact that it's not the same thing as Bitcoin. He reframes the popular narrative around Blockchain by sharing its extensive use…
 
In this weeks conversation I talk to you about why it’s so important and powerful to give time and space to really get to know yourself on all levels and so that you can start to navigate your life a whole lot easier. If we want to see any changes in our life, then it really does start with us. No one else can make the changes for you and we should…
 
After a summer Art History hiatus, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker (finally) discuss Swedish painter Hilma af Klint’s journey to abstraction, from a young girl in Navy Cadet school to an accomplished, individual, and independent female artist - a rare combination in the 19th century.Hilma is often sensationalized as a mystical hermit artist …
 
In this episode I will share more of my story with you. You will hear that the moments I allowed myself to step into self expression, it brought me another step closer in coming back home to self, to my truth. As a teenage mum, in a toxic relationship that nearly took my life and stripped me of all my confidence, I now live my life following what's…
 
In episode 15 of the game dev's podcast Out of Play Area we sit with Sylvain Dubrosky a product & game designer for Facebook's Oculus Virtual Reality, where we go through his journey breaking into game development as a programmer and then transitioning in game design in San Francisco at Shaba, 3DO, and Factor 5, then moving to Harmonix for Rock Ban…
 
Being on the right side of history often means being unpopular during your time. We can only withstand the discomfort ― or worse ― through hard-won courage. Follow your conscience to the edge of the abyss, and it'll carry you over the worst of what you fear. You might still have to go through it, but at least you'll have the strength of being roote…
 
Today, Azora is speaking with Jenn Tsang about Sqwishful, Jenn's award-winning, zero-waste kitchen and home accessories company, and how it is on a mission to make the cleaning industry more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive. This episode is part of our four-part series all about sustainable design, curated and hosted by Azora Zoe Paknad of Gol…
 
“Whenever we get the chance, we’re living and breathing the experience as a service that we want to espouse to our customers.” What does exceptional customer service look like in a world where consumers are more knowledgable and empowered than ever? How can you bring reps from merely being “nice” to having true empathy, the type that doesn't just h…
 
In Episode 21, we are talking to Dr. Albert Lee, a tenor who was born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut, attended University of Connecticut, Juilliard School, and received his Doctor of Music at the Florida State University. He has taught at Troy University and University of Nevada at Reno. Most recently, Albert was hired by the Yale School of M…
 
Welcome to this 11th episode of the Dior Talks podcast ‘Feminist Art’. This series explores the connections between Creative Director of Women’s collections Maria Grazia Chiuri, and contemporary women artists and curators. In this episode, series host Katy Hessel, a London-based curator, writer and art historian, speaks with Eva Jospin, the French …
 
Welcome to the The Art of Raw, Wild & Free podcast where you will learn how to walk towards your truth. Hosted by Charmaine Marinkovich, she's a single Mum of 4, a Baba (aka.Nana) of 2. She's been a photographer (photographing primarily women) for over 20 years, she's a writer who shares from her heart and now coaches women to step towards their ow…
 
It was a great privilege to talk to Robin Milway, CEO of Arbook Investors and Portfolio Manager of the Arbrook American Equities Fund. He has an excellent track record of investing in US stock markets and was awarded Citywire ‘Star Stockpicker’ during his time at EFG Asset Management. While many in the industry have Finance or Economics degrees, it…
 
WE ARE BACK with another Art Slice Short: Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker cover one of their favorite contemporary painters, Black artist Kerry James Marshall and his painting, “Memento #5” of his Souvenir Series. You can find all the images we discuss today on artslicepod.com or instagram http://linktr.ee/artslicepodThey also discuss the Bl…
 
Vesta Tilley was possibly the most famous male impersonator of all time and a huge star of the Victorian Music Hall. The girl from Worcester, who was treading the boards from the age of 3 was also the wife of an MP and "Britain's best recruiting sergeant" during WW1. In this episode Ann-Lindsey Wickens tells us what it's like to portray this iconic…
 
Phillip Meece created the Carnivore Bar: a convenient, high-fat snack or meal replacement made with pure beef! (Sea salt optional.) His mission is to make high-energy, whole-food, animal-based nutrition more portable for even the strictest carnivores among us. It’s one of my favorite products! A United States Army veteran, Phillip served as a comba…
 
Jerry is joined by Director of Engineering at Submergence Group and the mastermind behind the Mayflower Autonomous Ship, Don Scott. They discuss the unique application of Automation and AI at sea, specifically around the Mayflower Autonomous Ship project, which is attempting to become the first entirely automated vessel to traverse the Atlantic Oce…
 
John dives into Melee Combat Game Design with Nicolas Monteilhet-Laboissiere an Advanced Games Designer at WB Games Montreal. We talk about how he approached extending Free-Flow Combat in Arkham Origins, after going through the chronology of Melee Systems dating back to Zelda Ocarina of Time, God of War 1, onto the Batman Arkham series. He also tal…
 
We kick this episode off by looking back over the last few months, to understand why stock markets have performed so well recently (1.40) Simon points to the unfathomable amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus in the system and the effect this has on asset prices, he then answers my nasty 64 million dollar question of what happens when the liquidit…
 
Today, Azora is speaking with Ariana Day Yuen about Ariana's agroforestry enterprise Forested Foods and how it partners with smallholder farmers - starting in Ethiopia - to sustainably grow, process, and market the most distinctive, premium, forest-based products (like honey!), focusing on forest conservation - where forest ecosystems are more lucr…
 
Deborah Nielsen LMFT, ATF, joins us in Episode 20. Deb has an amazing 20 year plus psychotherapy practice that specializes in complex and family trauma. In her practice, Deb utilizes art therapy and mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy. She's also certified in EMDR, which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. She is also a …
 
WARNING: This episode concludes the first season of A Tribe of One, so hang in there while we take some time to get more awesome guests and do some retooling on the show. Now, let's get to the good stuff with our excellent guest this week: Shomit Ghose has been around the block in Silicon Valley. After being admitted to UC Berkeley at the ripe old …
 
“Go and fail and start again, and go until you get it right!” William Niles, CEO of Brinks Home, is an executive who understands that transformation is no waiting game. Since becoming CEO in March 2020, he has already launched a complete organizational overhaul built around the three pillars of people, technology and brand strategy. While some may …
 
The Guardian: Eating processed meat raises risk of heart disease by a fifth. https://www.theguardian.com/food/2021/jul/21/eating-processed-meat-raises-risk-heart-disease-fifth-bacon Eating red and processed meat increases risk of heart disease, new study finds https://inews.co.uk/inews-lifestyle/food-and-drink/eating-red-processed-meat-increased-ri…
 
Secrets and pies: the battle to get lab-grown meat on the menu | Stem cells | The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/jul/18/secrets-and-pies-the-battle-to-get-lab-grown-meat-on-the-menu Small meat processor funding could help industry capitalize on demand (wisfarmer.com) https://www.wisfarmer.com/story/news/2021/07/13/small-meat-proc…
 
Today, Azora is speaking with Nikki Reed and Staci Inspektor. With backgrounds in the food + fashion industries, Atelier Saucier co-founders (and best friends) Nikki and Staci set out to combine their varied experiences and shared passion for hosting; and introduce a fresh, elevated perspective to all things table linens. Atelier Saucier is a moder…
 
Reading and commenting on today's news affecting meat and animal-based lifestyles! Questions and comments welcome in the live chat. There's an anti-meat agenda spreading misinformation about the impact of animal products on human and environmental health. Fatty red meat has healed our bodies (and minds) as carnivores. We're NOT going back to damagi…
 
In episode 13 of Out of Play Area, we sit down with Corinne Scrivens who is an Art Director at PolyArc in Seattle Washington. She's worked as an artist at Arena Net, at Bungie on Destiny 1 & 2, and lets you know as an artist, your portfolio is everything. Chapters: (00:00) Who Is Corinne Scrivens? (08:04) Learning New Tools (14:46) It's all about t…
 
Welcome, welcome to another episode of A Tribe of One! Half the fun of doing this podcast has been getting to know the awesome people on the Sapien team better and learning more about their lives. And in this episode, we learned so much about Lynn Connolly, our chief operating & compliance officer. Lynn has been with Sapien for a couple years and h…
 
Reading and commenting on today's news affecting meat and animal-based lifestyles! Questions and comments welcome in the live chat. There's an anti-meat agenda spreading misinformation about the impact of animal products on human and environmental health. Fatty red meat has healed our bodies (and minds) as carnivores. We're NOT going back to damagi…
 
"The Diary of a Nobody" has long been a favourite book of both Tim Shaw and Andy Smith. They've seen it on stage, listened to it on the radio and, of course, read it. So one rainy August day in Edinburgh after seeing Rodney Bewes in his on man version of 3 Men in a Boat and over a small sherry or two they hit upon the idea of adapting Charles Poote…
 
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