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Sparkles of Gold Astrology Manifesto
3 Questions with Astrologer Bradley Naragon

Sparkles of Gold Astrology Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 8:43


Recorded this episode several weeks ago on the Full Moon in Cancer. Not the best raw recording but it survived Mercury Retrograde. Bradley is a friend who I met years ago at Norwac. He's based in the Evolutionary astrology field and is one of the best with Planetary Nodes. Also, knows his Mundane astrology too. Give a follow on his IG accounts below. A very talented human. Cheers Bradley!https://www.bradleynaragon.com/https://www.instagram.com/naragon_astrology/https://www.instagram.com/anaragonic_creations/Books mentioned in the podcast: (affiliate links help with production)Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom: A Tarot Journey to Self-Awareness by Rachel Pollackhttps://amzn.to/3kyQdEe or https://bookshop.org/a/3355/9781578636655 Pluto: The Evolutionary Journey of the Soul, Volume 1 by Jeff Green https://amzn.to/3XRHPxF or https://bookshop.org/a/3355/9781902405544Dane Rudhyar's book An Astrological Mandala: The Cycle of Transformations and Its 360 Symbolic Phases was mentioned also..it's hard to find and pricey.  Here is a link to the Archival project for Dane's work: http://www.khaldea.com/rudhyar/ Careful with that last link...you will never be the same ;)Support the showMy website:https://sparklesofgold.com/Youtube https://tinyurl.com/es38aydpPatreon Pagehttps://www.patreon.com/sparklesofgoldInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sparklesofgold

ITRBoxing Radio Boxing Podcast
Episode 643: Liam Smith Stops Chris Eubank Jr., Artur Beterbiev Set To Fight Anthony Yarde + Alexis Rocha vs Anthony Young Preview w/ guests Cesar Francis, Dakota of Slip and Weave Podcast, Stephen Fulton Jr (archival interview) and Anthony Young

ITRBoxing Radio Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 153:38


Welcome to another episode. In this show we start with Cesar Francis, who fights this Wednesday on ProBoxTV.com, you can watch this without a paywall on ProBoxTV's Facebook and YouTube channels. Francis is an undefeated 140 lbs fighter who is looking to face the best fighters in his division, at (00:29:30) Dakota and I breakdown the Chris Eubank Jr loss to Liam Smith as well as preview Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison and talk about Artur Beterbiev vs Anthony Yarde which we see as a mismatch , followed by (01:32:00) an archival interview with Stephen Fulton Jr we conducted in 2021 as he was announced last week as having a fight with Naoya Inoue agreed to in principle, but not officially, and we conclude the show with (01:59:00) Anthony "Juice" Young, who is fighting Alexis Rocha on Saturday night in the L.A. area on DAZN. Support my newsletter http://lukieboxing.substack.comsupport the pod http//lukieboxing.podomatic.comsupport the YouTube http://www.youtube.com/c/itrboxingsupport our website http://www.itrboxing.com

Door County Pulse Podcasts
Archival Magic with Dustin Renwick and National Geographic

Door County Pulse Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 38:03


When Dustin Renwick went to work at National Geographic in 2017, he almost immediately set out to find out what the magazine's extensive archives might include about Door County, a place his family has visited for years. He joins Myles Dannhausen Jr. to talk about what he found, how our forgotten archives can help connect generations and how he uses them to tell new stories.

LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process
HT1410 - Archival for How Long

LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 2:43


HT1410 - Archival for How Long It seems that lots of photographers are a tad obsessive about the archival properties of their prints. A number I repeatedly see is 175 years for today's generation of inkjet printers. But do we really need our prints to last 175 years?

Historical Light Freemasonry Show
Digitizing the Grand Lodge of South Carolina | HL 119

Historical Light Freemasonry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 69:25


When we consider the history of Freemasonry, there are two major points to consider. A) Freemasonry has a strong and proud history that deserved to be preserved and studied. B) Our historical records are largely poorly kept and disappear from our grasp quickly. This is why you hear us preaching the importance of digitizing our records on a regular basis. In this episode, we get to chat with Brother Joe Terry who took on the task of scanning in a good chunk of the archival collection for the Grand Lodge of South Carolina. We will get his perspective of the work and see if he stumbled across any cool historical nuggets along his way! Remember to have your cannon and favorite beverage ready at 9 pm CST for our live toast. Big thanks to all of our Patreon supporters! Be a part of the Historical Light community, Join us at www.HistoricalLight.com/support Interested in purchasing a Book Scanner mentioned in this episode? Get 5% off here: https://shop.czur.com/?ref=keefFuIH Coupon Code: HISTORICALLIGHT

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ARCHIVAL REPOST: PUT ON A STACK OF 45s - ANNETTE SNELL - FOOTPRINTS ON MY MIND - 1973 on the DIAL label.

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 20:35


The "Soul Diva" Annette Snell died tragically young in a plane crash, and this glorious artifact testifies to her greatness. 

KDNK Shifting Gears
A New Year Living World Conversation with Evan Pritchard

KDNK Shifting Gears

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 28:00


When the growing cycle is complete the desire to leave the human confusion of the past year behind is not new; rather it coincides with the original meaning and purpose of New Year.Over a year, mistakes and misdeeds confuse life, the web of life becomes worn and torn and the world needs to be renewed. The New Year is not a simple turning of a calendar page, but a symbolic return to the beginning of time in order to restore to life its original potentials.In this Archival conversation from 2011 Evan Pritchard explains what he observed in one indigenous culture when an elder recognized confusion had entered a community.

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A Dig This Archival Repost: PUT ON A STACK OF 45s - HAWAII 5-O by THE VENTURES!!!!!!

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 38:11


In honor of the documentary THE VENTURES: STARS ON GUITARS, currently running on Amazon Prime, Bill and Rich are reposting their tribute to the instrumental group that promoted surf music and Mosrite guitars around the world, recorded over 200 albums, and out-sold the Beatles in Japan 2 to 1.  (which only goes to show, once again, that your faithful correspondents, The Splendid Bohemians, have their arthritic fingers on the racing pulse of cultural relevance). This doc is also a moving tribute to maternal love:  Don Wilson's mom, Josie, gave the group their name, produced their first single, and made sure their early records got played.  Shows you what great things can happen for a fellow when his mom decides to support her son's passion.

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A DIG THIS ARCHIVAL TRIPLE PLAY, CHRISTMAS CRACKER BONANZA!!!! DION, JAY BLACK, AND BOBBY RYDELL: THE THREE AMIGOS OF INTREPID SHOW BIZ PERSISTANCE!

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 62:04


It's a triple play - no, not "Tinkers to Evers to Chance-" but, a spectacular combo nonetheless:  Dion (The Wanderer), Jay Black of Jay and the Americans (Cara Mia), and Bobby Rydell (Wild One). Bill and Rich, The Splendid Bohemians, present these titans  to you for three cautionary, yet inspiring examples  of late-career, Show Biz road warriors. They may have been bloodied, but they were unbowed, and stood in the ring until the final bell tolled.  Dion remains, and  is the last man standing, but our Bronx Bomber still shines on brightly like a bluesy diamond.  

The Academic Life
Archival Kismet: Lessons in Launching An Online Conference

The Academic Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:12


What is the feeling of archival kismet? And how can we reimagine the format of academic conferences to better support scholars? This episode explores: The complex feelings of finding unexpected things in an archive. Why using conference presentations as openings for scholarly conversations is important. How Dr. Thompson founded an online conference during the pandemic, and her future plans for Archival Kismet. What can make online conferences more inclusive and inexpensive. Tips for feeling comfortable presenting online, even when things go wrong. Our guest is: Dr. Courtney Thompson, who is an associate history professor at Mississippi State University, and the founder of Archival Kismet online conferences. Her research and teaching interests are centered in the history of nineteenth-century American medicine; medical humanities; history of the mind and body; history of women, gender, and sexuality; feminist science studies; history of emotions; visual culture; science and crime; psychiatry and mental illness. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Archival Kismet Conference page This podcast on making the most of an academic conference This podcast on getting started on your research The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How to Make the Most of a Virtual Conference” The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How To Cope With Presentation Anxiety” The Research Companion: A Practical Guide, by Petra Boynton The Art of Creative Research, by Philip Gerald How to Read a History Book: The Hidden History of History, by Marshall Poe Where Research Begins, by Thomas Mullaney and Christopher Rea Welcome to The Academic Life! On the Academic Life channel we embrace a broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Find us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/academic-life

New Work in Digital Humanities
Archival Kismet: Lessons in Launching An Online Conference

New Work in Digital Humanities

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:12


What is the feeling of archival kismet? And how can we reimagine the format of academic conferences to better support scholars? This episode explores: The complex feelings of finding unexpected things in an archive. Why using conference presentations as openings for scholarly conversations is important. How Dr. Thompson founded an online conference during the pandemic, and her future plans for Archival Kismet. What can make online conferences more inclusive and inexpensive. Tips for feeling comfortable presenting online, even when things go wrong. Our guest is: Dr. Courtney Thompson, who is an associate history professor at Mississippi State University, and the founder of Archival Kismet online conferences. Her research and teaching interests are centered in the history of nineteenth-century American medicine; medical humanities; history of the mind and body; history of women, gender, and sexuality; feminist science studies; history of emotions; visual culture; science and crime; psychiatry and mental illness. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Archival Kismet Conference page This podcast on making the most of an academic conference This podcast on getting started on your research The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How to Make the Most of a Virtual Conference” The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How To Cope With Presentation Anxiety” The Research Companion: A Practical Guide, by Petra Boynton The Art of Creative Research, by Philip Gerald How to Read a History Book: The Hidden History of History, by Marshall Poe Where Research Begins, by Thomas Mullaney and Christopher Rea Welcome to The Academic Life! On the Academic Life channel we embrace a broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Find us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/digital-humanities

Art of the Cut
The Alan Smithee Round Table ("Could AI Really be Our Post Production Friend?")

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 46:42


Welcome to the next episode of our monthly round table podcast where hosts Scott Simmons, Katie Hinsen & Michael Kammes talk about the latest news in production, post production, entertainment tech and beyond. This week the gang share their favorite gift ideas for the holidays, discuss stressful jobs and pay scale, the open source website ChatGBT and how AI will affect post production in both positive and negative ways. Plus Katie and Michael make big predictions, but we'll have to wait 10 years to see if they are right. Enjoy the episode and don't forget to subscribe! One Cool Thing: Scott - https://www.my80stv.com/ Katie - Biography of the Pixel Michael - https://www.playphrase.me/ Links: https://hpaonline.com/event/2023-hpa-tech-retreat https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/18/10-most-stressful-jobs-what-they-pay.html https://www.onetonline.org/find/descriptor/result/1.C.4.b https://www.provideocoalition.com/kicking-the-tires-resolve-for-ipad/ https://chat.openai.com Michael's tweet he references about the chatbot writing code: https://twitter.com/michaelkammes/status/1601375774946123776/ A bit about the hosts: Scott Simmons @editblog Scott was born in rural West Tennessee and didn't really realize that movies and tv had to be made by actual people until he went to college. After getting degrees in both Television Production and Graphic Design he was in one of the early graduating classes at the Watkins Film School in Nashville, Tennessee. During that time at Watkins he discovered editing. In 1999, Scott took the leap into freelancing and in 2007 accepted a position as an editor at Filmworkers - Nashville. In 2005 Scott created The Editblog a website dedicated to all things editing and post-production which is now housed here at PVC. Someday he hopes to edit on a beach with a touch screen device, a wireless hard drive and a Red Stripe. Katie Hinsen @katiehinsen Katie is an international award-winning film and television executive with credits on over 100 major productions. Her background as a Finishing Artist has allowed her to make waves through Editorial, Color, Engineering, VFX and Leadership. She has spent much of her career focussed on the forecasting and implementation of emerging technologies and, is a passionate mentor and advocate for emerging talent. Michael Kammes @michaelkammes Michael is the Senior Director of Innovation at Shift Media. He consults on the latest in technology and best practices in the digital media creation and communication space. Specialties: Workflows and Technology in Production and Post Production: Cloud/SaaS, Acquisition, VR/360, HDR, Storage, Asset Management, Automation, Archival, Editorial, Post Audio, Finishing, Encoding/Transcoding and Distribution. Michael incorporates this deep knowledge into his technical infotainment series "5 THINGS" plus various podcasts, panels and user groups. Plus he really really digs Post. http:/5thingsseries.com http:/michaelkammes.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support

New Books Network
Archival Kismet: Lessons in Launching An Online Conference

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:12


What is the feeling of archival kismet? And how can we reimagine the format of academic conferences to better support scholars? This episode explores: The complex feelings of finding unexpected things in an archive. Why using conference presentations as openings for scholarly conversations is important. How Dr. Thompson founded an online conference during the pandemic, and her future plans for Archival Kismet. What can make online conferences more inclusive and inexpensive. Tips for feeling comfortable presenting online, even when things go wrong. Our guest is: Dr. Courtney Thompson, who is an associate history professor at Mississippi State University, and the founder of Archival Kismet online conferences. Her research and teaching interests are centered in the history of nineteenth-century American medicine; medical humanities; history of the mind and body; history of women, gender, and sexuality; feminist science studies; history of emotions; visual culture; science and crime; psychiatry and mental illness. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Archival Kismet Conference page This podcast on making the most of an academic conference This podcast on getting started on your research The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How to Make the Most of a Virtual Conference” The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How To Cope With Presentation Anxiety” The Research Companion: A Practical Guide, by Petra Boynton The Art of Creative Research, by Philip Gerald How to Read a History Book: The Hidden History of History, by Marshall Poe Where Research Begins, by Thomas Mullaney and Christopher Rea Welcome to The Academic Life! On the Academic Life channel we embrace a broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Find us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Scholarly Communication
Archival Kismet: Lessons in Launching An Online Conference

Scholarly Communication

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:12


What is the feeling of archival kismet? And how can we reimagine the format of academic conferences to better support scholars? This episode explores: The complex feelings of finding unexpected things in an archive. Why using conference presentations as openings for scholarly conversations is important. How Dr. Thompson founded an online conference during the pandemic, and her future plans for Archival Kismet. What can make online conferences more inclusive and inexpensive. Tips for feeling comfortable presenting online, even when things go wrong. Our guest is: Dr. Courtney Thompson, who is an associate history professor at Mississippi State University, and the founder of Archival Kismet online conferences. Her research and teaching interests are centered in the history of nineteenth-century American medicine; medical humanities; history of the mind and body; history of women, gender, and sexuality; feminist science studies; history of emotions; visual culture; science and crime; psychiatry and mental illness. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, a historian of women and gender. Listeners to this episode may also be interested in: The Archival Kismet Conference page This podcast on making the most of an academic conference This podcast on getting started on your research The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How to Make the Most of a Virtual Conference” The Chronicle of Higher Ed article “How To Cope With Presentation Anxiety” The Research Companion: A Practical Guide, by Petra Boynton The Art of Creative Research, by Philip Gerald How to Read a History Book: The Hidden History of History, by Marshall Poe Where Research Begins, by Thomas Mullaney and Christopher Rea Welcome to The Academic Life! On the Academic Life channel we embrace a broad definition of what it means to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Find us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Office Hours with Dr. C
The Comic Archival Project w/ Julian Chambliss

Office Hours with Dr. C

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 29:56


Dr. Chambliss joins us again to talk about the biggest comic book archival project on the planet and what it means for pop culture, research, and the future of the media.

Paisa Vaisa
Announcement: Club Paisa Vaisa

Paisa Vaisa

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 7:12


Folks! #PaisaVaisa is going bigger and better than ever before! On this episode, Anupam Gupta and Amit Doshi bring to you CLUB PAISA VAISA- a premium tier offering for all your loyal fans. Here's what you get being a part of this exclusive club: 1. Early access - Members will get access to episodes 3 days prior to the release2. Archival access - Members will get the archival access to all Paisa Vaisa episodes. And the non-members will get access to the latest 15 episodes (Starting Jan 2, 2023)3. Bonus Content- Weekly Host Insights giving you Anupam's personal learnings from each episode on the show4. And all this will come with a completely ad-free experience5. And finally, in 2023, we have some exciting plans for new exclusive content that is available only for members. To get you subscription, click here or log on to www.club.ivmpodcasts.com/paisavaisa Note- Note that starting 2023, all Paisa Vaisa episodes will become a part of Club Paisa Vaisa. And the non-members will get access to the latest 15 episodesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Hustle
Episode 397 - Lisa Loeb/Steve ”Smiley” Barnard

The Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 115:14


This week is a super fun twofer. First up is the delightful Lisa Loeb. She talks about her new radio show, Where They Are Now, her love of David Bowie, her more recent albums, her dabbles in children's music, and much more. She's as wonderful as you think she'll be. Then we hear from drummer Steve "Smiley" Barnard. Smiley has been one of the UK's most in demand musicians for 30 years. He started with the Mock Turtles but then spent a couple years play with Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros and even a gig with Robbie Williams. These days he's got multiple jobs - a member of Archival, drumming with the Alarm, owning a studio, producing, and his own solo career. There's a reason they call him "Smiley" and it's infectious. You'll love it!  www.lisaloeb.com www.smileysfriends.co.uk www.patreon.com/thehustlepod

Scholarly Communication
Victoria Hoyle, "The Remaking of Archival Values" (Routledge, 2022)

Scholarly Communication

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 69:02


The Remaking of Archival Values by Victoria Hoyle (Routledge, October 2022) posits that archival theory and practice are fields in flux, and that recent critical archival discourse that addresses neoliberalism, racism, and the legacies of colonialism and patriarchy represents a disruption not only to established principles but also to the values that underpin them. Using critical discourse analysis and comparing theory and practice from the UK and the Anglophone world, Hoyle explores the challenges faced by scholars, institutions, organizations, and practitioners in embedding new values. She demonstrates how persistent underlying discursive structures about archives have manifested from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Qualitative and participatory research in the UK shows how conceptions of archival value arise, are expressed, and become authorized in practice at international, national, and local levels. Considering what might be learnt from similar debates in public history and cultural heritage studies, the book asks if and how dominant epistemologies of the archive can be dismantled amidst systems of power that resist change. As Hoyle reflects in this interview, “I call the book The Remaking of Archival Values and I talk throughout about how my own archival values have been remade, but I don't mean by that that we arrive at a new set of archival values. But rather: that we acknowledge that this process of remaking is fundamental to our practice, and that we enter this position of suspension in order to continue that process of remaking perpetually rather than expecting some kind of end point.” The Remaking of Archival Values is relevant to researchers and students in the field of archival and information studies, as well as practitioners who work with archives around the world. It will also speak to the interests of those working in the fields of cultural heritage, archaeology, museum studies, public history, and gender and race studies. Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in History
Victoria Hoyle, "The Remaking of Archival Values" (Routledge, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 69:02


The Remaking of Archival Values by Victoria Hoyle (Routledge, October 2022) posits that archival theory and practice are fields in flux, and that recent critical archival discourse that addresses neoliberalism, racism, and the legacies of colonialism and patriarchy represents a disruption not only to established principles but also to the values that underpin them. Using critical discourse analysis and comparing theory and practice from the UK and the Anglophone world, Hoyle explores the challenges faced by scholars, institutions, organizations, and practitioners in embedding new values. She demonstrates how persistent underlying discursive structures about archives have manifested from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Qualitative and participatory research in the UK shows how conceptions of archival value arise, are expressed, and become authorized in practice at international, national, and local levels. Considering what might be learnt from similar debates in public history and cultural heritage studies, the book asks if and how dominant epistemologies of the archive can be dismantled amidst systems of power that resist change. As Hoyle reflects in this interview, “I call the book The Remaking of Archival Values and I talk throughout about how my own archival values have been remade, but I don't mean by that that we arrive at a new set of archival values. But rather: that we acknowledge that this process of remaking is fundamental to our practice, and that we enter this position of suspension in order to continue that process of remaking perpetually rather than expecting some kind of end point.” The Remaking of Archival Values is relevant to researchers and students in the field of archival and information studies, as well as practitioners who work with archives around the world. It will also speak to the interests of those working in the fields of cultural heritage, archaeology, museum studies, public history, and gender and race studies. Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Archaeology
Victoria Hoyle, "The Remaking of Archival Values" (Routledge, 2022)

New Books in Archaeology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 69:02


The Remaking of Archival Values by Victoria Hoyle (Routledge, October 2022) posits that archival theory and practice are fields in flux, and that recent critical archival discourse that addresses neoliberalism, racism, and the legacies of colonialism and patriarchy represents a disruption not only to established principles but also to the values that underpin them. Using critical discourse analysis and comparing theory and practice from the UK and the Anglophone world, Hoyle explores the challenges faced by scholars, institutions, organizations, and practitioners in embedding new values. She demonstrates how persistent underlying discursive structures about archives have manifested from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Qualitative and participatory research in the UK shows how conceptions of archival value arise, are expressed, and become authorized in practice at international, national, and local levels. Considering what might be learnt from similar debates in public history and cultural heritage studies, the book asks if and how dominant epistemologies of the archive can be dismantled amidst systems of power that resist change. As Hoyle reflects in this interview, “I call the book The Remaking of Archival Values and I talk throughout about how my own archival values have been remade, but I don't mean by that that we arrive at a new set of archival values. But rather: that we acknowledge that this process of remaking is fundamental to our practice, and that we enter this position of suspension in order to continue that process of remaking perpetually rather than expecting some kind of end point.” The Remaking of Archival Values is relevant to researchers and students in the field of archival and information studies, as well as practitioners who work with archives around the world. It will also speak to the interests of those working in the fields of cultural heritage, archaeology, museum studies, public history, and gender and race studies. Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/archaeology

New Books Network
Victoria Hoyle, "The Remaking of Archival Values" (Routledge, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 69:02


The Remaking of Archival Values by Victoria Hoyle (Routledge, October 2022) posits that archival theory and practice are fields in flux, and that recent critical archival discourse that addresses neoliberalism, racism, and the legacies of colonialism and patriarchy represents a disruption not only to established principles but also to the values that underpin them. Using critical discourse analysis and comparing theory and practice from the UK and the Anglophone world, Hoyle explores the challenges faced by scholars, institutions, organizations, and practitioners in embedding new values. She demonstrates how persistent underlying discursive structures about archives have manifested from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Qualitative and participatory research in the UK shows how conceptions of archival value arise, are expressed, and become authorized in practice at international, national, and local levels. Considering what might be learnt from similar debates in public history and cultural heritage studies, the book asks if and how dominant epistemologies of the archive can be dismantled amidst systems of power that resist change. As Hoyle reflects in this interview, “I call the book The Remaking of Archival Values and I talk throughout about how my own archival values have been remade, but I don't mean by that that we arrive at a new set of archival values. But rather: that we acknowledge that this process of remaking is fundamental to our practice, and that we enter this position of suspension in order to continue that process of remaking perpetually rather than expecting some kind of end point.” The Remaking of Archival Values is relevant to researchers and students in the field of archival and information studies, as well as practitioners who work with archives around the world. It will also speak to the interests of those working in the fields of cultural heritage, archaeology, museum studies, public history, and gender and race studies. Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Communications
Victoria Hoyle, "The Remaking of Archival Values" (Routledge, 2022)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 69:02


The Remaking of Archival Values by Victoria Hoyle (Routledge, October 2022) posits that archival theory and practice are fields in flux, and that recent critical archival discourse that addresses neoliberalism, racism, and the legacies of colonialism and patriarchy represents a disruption not only to established principles but also to the values that underpin them. Using critical discourse analysis and comparing theory and practice from the UK and the Anglophone world, Hoyle explores the challenges faced by scholars, institutions, organizations, and practitioners in embedding new values. She demonstrates how persistent underlying discursive structures about archives have manifested from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Qualitative and participatory research in the UK shows how conceptions of archival value arise, are expressed, and become authorized in practice at international, national, and local levels. Considering what might be learnt from similar debates in public history and cultural heritage studies, the book asks if and how dominant epistemologies of the archive can be dismantled amidst systems of power that resist change. As Hoyle reflects in this interview, “I call the book The Remaking of Archival Values and I talk throughout about how my own archival values have been remade, but I don't mean by that that we arrive at a new set of archival values. But rather: that we acknowledge that this process of remaking is fundamental to our practice, and that we enter this position of suspension in order to continue that process of remaking perpetually rather than expecting some kind of end point.” The Remaking of Archival Values is relevant to researchers and students in the field of archival and information studies, as well as practitioners who work with archives around the world. It will also speak to the interests of those working in the fields of cultural heritage, archaeology, museum studies, public history, and gender and race studies. Jen Hoyer is Technical Services and Electronic Resources Librarian at CUNY New York City College of Technology and a volunteer at Interference Archive. She is co-author of What Primary Sources Teach: Lessons for Every Classroom and The Social Movement Archive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

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A SPECIAL ARCHIVAL DIG THIS WITH THE SPLENDID BOHEMIANS REPOST: "THE LION IN WINTER". THE BOYS MAKE A CASE FOR PUTTING FRANK SINATRA IN THE ROCK N ROLL HALL OF FAME!

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Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 67:31


https://futurerocklegends.com/Artist/Frank_Sinatra/Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of FameEligible since: 1965First Recording: 1939Previously Considered? No  what's this?Kennedy Center Honoree: 1983Inducted into Rock Hall Revisited in 1994 (ranked #13 in the Influences - Pre-Rock Era category) .R.S. Top 500 Albums (?) | Rank | VersionIn the Wee Small Hours | 282 | 2020In the Wee Small Hours | 101 | 2012Songs for Swingin' Lovers! | 308 | 2012 ... etc., etc....

Pre-Loved Podcast
S6 Ep43 DENISE DANULOFF: longtime Ralph Lauren knitwear designer- on how designers look to, and work with, vintage, and how vital vintage fashion and archival history is to the creative process.

Pre-Loved Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 50:53


S6 Ep43 DENISE DANULOFF: longtime Ralph Lauren knitwear designer- on how designers look to, and work with, vintage, and  how vital vintage fashion and archival history is to the creative process.  JOIN OUR PATREON COMMUNITY: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod  Listen and subscribe on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | or wherever you get your podcasts! Please rate & review the show so more vintage lovers find this community. Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly interview show about rad vintage style with guests you'll want to go thrifting with. Find the show at @emilymstochl on Instagram and @PreLovedPod on Twitter. Pre-Loved Podcast: Denise Danuloff Today's episode is with Denise Danuloff, who has a long history as a fashion designer working with companies such as Ralph Lauren – a company with a clear and known appreciation for vintage – where she spent seventeen years, focusing on the category of cut and sew knits.  Denise and I thought it would be really interesting to bring you a perspective on how designers look to, and work with, vintage. Denise herself has had a long passion for personal style and expression, and throughout the course of her design career she said she's learned how vital vintage and archival history is to the creative process.  These days, Denise is taking her love and interest for vintage to new creative phases – she's enjoying selling, curating, and styling curated vintage, designer archive, and historical archival pieces to inspire a stylish life.  Can't wait for you to hear her stories – let's dive right in!  *This episode is sponsored by GoodwillFinds.com BIG thanks to GoodwillFinds for supporting Pre-Loved Podcast. Listeners can go to GoodwillFinds.com to check out new, pre-loved pieces that are added daily. Can't wait to hear what your next best “find” will be! All the Episode Links: @a_stylishlife Manhattan Vintage Show Naviglio Antique Market in Milan Honeymoon Vintage Eveliina Vintage 22 Print Studio Antique Wardrobe Brimfield Flea Market Sturbridge Vintage Market * JOIN THE PATREON COMMUNITY and get the Pre-Loved Podcast News Flash: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod  A special thanks goes out to my Patron Insiders: Patty Weber Beverley Docherty of Wolfe Pack Vintage Danny of Galaxy Live Kathy Brand Lucero Buendia Steven Vogel Mary-Elizabeth Land Tricia Zelazny Leslie V. Lisa of Queenie & Pearl Pre-Loved Podcast is created by Emily Stochl. Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and my blog. 

Art of the Cut
The Alan Smithee Round Table (“Using NFTs for Good”)

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 44:20


Welcome to our monthly round table podcast where hosts Scott Simmons, Katie Hinsen & Michael Kammes discuss the latest news on production, post production, entertainment tech and beyond. This week the gang also talks about Davinci Resolve for the iPad Pro 2, NAB and why they each love it, the effect of the economy on production, how NFT's and Blockchain will shape the future of collaboration during which Katie tells us 'what real art is' and they each share their 'one cool thing'. Enjoy the episode and don't forget to subscribe. Topics Discussed Today: https://www.provideocoalition.com/new-apple-ipad-pro-m2-will-run-an-upcoming-version-of-davinci-resolve/ https://www.nab.org/documents/newsRoom/pressRelease.asp?id=6581 https://www.axios.com/2022/10/25/media-layoffs-2022-ad-market-decline One Cool Thing: Scott - https://www.provideocoalition.com/dont-give-up-on-postchat-twitter-yet/ https://postchat.io/explore Michael - https://www.makingthecut.net/ https://movielabs.com/ Katie - https://web3.wb.com/warnermedia/movieverse https://live.eluv.io/ A bit about the hosts: Scott Simmons @editblog Scott was born in rural West Tennessee and didn't really realize that movies and tv had to be made by actual people until he went to college. After getting degrees in both Television Production and Graphic Design he was in one of the early graduating classes at the Watkins Film School in Nashville, Tennessee. During that time at Watkins he discovered editing. In 1999, Scott took the leap into freelancing and in 2007 accepted a position as an editor at Filmworkers - Nashville. In 2005 Scott created The Editblog a website dedicated to all things editing and post-production which is now housed here at PVC. Someday he hopes to edit on a beach with a touch screen device, a wireless hard drive and a Red Stripe. Katie Hinsen @katiehinsen Katie is an international award-winning film and television executive with credits on over 100 major productions. Her background as a Finishing Artist has allowed her to make waves through Editorial, Color, Engineering, VFX and Leadership. She has spent much of her career focussed on the forecasting and implementation of emerging technologies and, is a passionate mentor and advocate for emerging talent. Michael Kammes @michaelkammes Michael is the Senior Director of Innovation at Shift Media. He consults on the latest in technology and best practices in the digital media creation and communication space. Specialties: Workflows and Technology in Production and Post Production: Cloud/SaaS, Acquisition, VR/360, HDR, Storage, Asset Management, Automation, Archival, Editorial, Post Audio, Finishing, Encoding/Transcoding and Distribution. Michael incorporates this deep knowledge into his technical infotainment series "5 THINGS" plus various podcasts, panels and user groups. Plus he really really digs Post. http:/5thingsseries.com http:/michaelkammes.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support

Le Monstre
Loose Ends [12]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 48:06


A potentially related case from 1993 brings the Dutroux Affair back into the spotlight, renewing interest in DNA testing. Host Matt Graves searches three countries in an attempt to track down an illusive character that may have information related to the larger conspiracy. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Stateside from Michigan Radio
Native Rethinking for Archival Photos

Stateside from Michigan Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 22:08


There are countless historical photos of Native American people, but oftentimes their origins are questionable. A new exhibit at U of M explores their history.  GUESTS: Lindsey Willow Smith, exhibit curator, University of Michigan History and Museum Studies ___ Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

31 Thoughts: The Podcast
Canada vs. USA. Do It, You Cowards!

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 60:19


What a weekend in Toronto! Jeff and Elliotte talk about the emotional tribute to Börje Salming (21:40) and the comments made by Auston Matthews post-game. They also get into the latest regarding the World Cup of Hockey (14:40), what we should expect from the GM Meetings this week (10:25), how we're seeing coaches in new locations thriving (32:25), if Dallas got Jason Robertson for a discount (42:45) and they take your questions (44:40).Plus, they get into the Ottawa Senators (00:30) and what they might do with another injury on their blueline, a tough weekend for Vancouver (6:15), a few quick thoughts on the Jets (29:40), the mood in St. Louis (26:30), why Montreal is fun to watch (38:30) and the New Jersey Devils keep racking up the wins (34:34).GET YOUR 32 THOUGHTS MERCH HEREEmail the podcast at 32thoughts@sportsnet.ca or call The Thought Line at 1-833-311-3232 and leave us a voicemailMusic Outro: After Midnite - AlternityListen to the full track hereThis podcast was produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman. Archival support by RJ McCullough.Audio Credits: Bally Sports Midwest, CBS Sports, CJOB, MSG Network, NFL Network, Sportsnet, TNT, WKBW TV and WPEN.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

Le Monstre
The Aftermath [11]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 30:16


Much has happened in the aftermath of Belgium's trial of the century. 17 years have passed and questions surrounding the Dutroux Affair still remain. Host Matt Graves speaks with a woman who recently shared her experiences with a child sex trafficking ring in Belgium involving Michel Nihoul. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Le Monstre
Trial & Tribulations [10]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 43:39 Very Popular


Belgian shame is on full display for the world to see. The incompetence and accusations of conspiracy play out in court as Dutroux and his accomplices stand trial. Surviving victims, victim's families, and new witnesses take the stand. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The afikra Podcast
GHADA ALMUHANNA | Archival Photography | Double Exposure

The afikra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 59:23


Ghada Almuhanna talked about her work in storytelling, cultural preservation and cultural exchange.After graduating with a master of laws (LL.M.), Ghada spent several years working as a researcher within the security and political sector. Over time, she noticed the perceptions revolved around the Arabian Peninsular culture, and shifted my work towards media and public diplomacy to give a better perspective on the region's rich heritage.Created by Mikey Muhanna, afikra Hosted by Tasneem AlsultanEdited by: Ramzi RammanTheme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/About Double Exposure:Double Exposure focuses on photography and photographers in and of the Arab world. The series is a collaboration with Gulf Photo Plus (GPP), Dubai's center for photography and a community organization cultivating visual practices and cultural production locally in the UAE, and internationally, across the wider MENASA region. Each session, moderated by either Mohamed Somji, Director of GPP, or Mikey Muhanna, Executive Director of afikra, will host two photographers who will run a discussion together. The name “Double Exposure” comes from the structure of the series wherein the two photographers are paired to talk to each other about their work, to discuss and interrogate their motivations, stories behind their photos, and their catalogue. Following the interview, there is a moderated town-hall-style Q&A with questions coming from the live virtual audience ‎on Zoom.‎ Join the live audience: https://www.afikra.com/rsvp   FollowYoutube - Instagram (@afikra_) - Facebook - Twitter Support www.afikra.com/supportAbout afikra:‎afikra is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to active intellectual curiosity. We aim to collectively reframe the dominant narrative of the region by exploring the histories and cultures of the region- past, present, and future - through conversations driven by curiosity. Read more about us on  afikra.com

The Mutual Audio Network
Affairs of the Heart(102422)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 59:56


For Valentines Day, we sampled romantic radio drama series from the 1940s and 1950s, each addressing the travails we endure, the stories we tell ourselves, the results we never expect when dealing with love. Re-Imagined Radio sampled from the 2019 live performance by actors from Metropolitan Performing Arts and other community volunteers recorded in Kiggins Theatre, Vancouver, WA. Broadcasts and streams by our local, regional, and international partners. Archival recordings available for on demand listening. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Ledge (mp3)
The Ledge #540: Archival Releases

The Ledge (mp3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 121:31


It’s no secret that I’m a sucker for box sets and other repackages of previously released material. I may be new release oriented, but I love a good set of odds and ends. Give me those unheard demos. Let me hear those old concerts.  Tonight’s show compiles those types of records. There’s unreleased material by a forgotten band that were contemporaries of the New York Dolls. There’s a new mixes of classic Dead Kennedys songs. There’s numerous outtakes by the likes of Wilco and Joe Strummer. And there’s also the recently discovered early recordings of future Velvet Underground tunes by Lou Reed. Plus, a ton of live releases from Todd Snider, Pixies, Soul Asylum, and others. I would love it if every listener bought at least one record I played on either of these shows. These great artists deserve to be compensated for their hard work, and every purchase surely helps not only pay their bills but fund their next set of wonderful songs. And if you buy these records directly from the artist or label, please let them know you heard these tunes on The Ledge! Let them know who is giving them promotion!  For more information, including setlists, […]

Real Punk Radio Podcast Network
The Ledge #540: Archival Releases

Real Punk Radio Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022


It's no secret that I'm a sucker for box sets and other repackages of previously released material. I may be new release oriented, but I love a good set of odds and ends. Give me those unheard demos. Let me hear those old concerts.  Tonight's show compiles those types of records. There's unreleased material by a forgotten band that were contemporaries of the New York Dolls. There's a new mixes of classic Dead Kennedys songs. There's numerous outtakes by the likes of Wilco and Joe Strummer. And there's also the recently discovered early recordings of future Velvet Underground tunes by Lou Reed. Plus, a ton of live releases from Todd Snider, Pixies, Soul Asylum, and others. I would love it if every listener bought at least one record I played on either of these shows. These great artists deserve to be compensated for their hard work, and every purchase surely helps not only pay their bills but fund their next set of wonderful songs. And if you buy these records directly from the artist or label, please let them know you heard these tunes on The Ledge! Let them know who is giving them promotion!  For more information, including setlists, […]

Art of the Cut
The Alan Smithee Round Table (BCPC Rate Survey, Metaverse Updates, AI Tech and more)

Art of the Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 50:04


Its finally here! Welcome to episode one of our monthly round table podcast where hosts Scott Simmons, Katie Hinsen & Michael Kammes talk about the latest news in production, post production, entertainment tech and beyond. In our inaugural episode the gang talks about the Blue Collar Post Collective rate survey, updates to the Metaverse and how it will effect the world of production, AI technology and a fun segment called One Cool Thing where each host talks about one cool thing they learned or found over the past month. Enjoy the episode and if you have a better name for this round table tweet us @ProVideo! BCPC rate survey: http://bit.ly/2022ratesurvey A bit about the hosts: Scott Simmons @editblog Scott was born in rural West Tennessee and didn't really realize that movies and tv had to be made by actual people until he went to college. After getting degrees in both Television Production and Graphic Design he was in one of the early graduating classes at the Watkins Film School in Nashville, Tennessee. During that time at Watkins he discovered editing. In 1999, Scott took the leap into freelancing and in 2007 accepted a position as an editor at Filmworkers - Nashville. In 2005 Scott created The Editblog a website dedicated to all things editing and post-production which is now housed here at PVC. Someday he hopes to edit on a beach with a touch screen device, a wireless hard drive and a Red Stripe. Katie Hinsen @katiehinsen Katie is an international award-winning film & television executive with credits on over 100 major productions. Her background as a Finishing Artist has allowed her to make waves through Editorial, Color, Engineering, VFX and Leadership. She has spent much of her career focused on the forecasting and implementation of emerging technologies, and is a passionate mentor and advocate for emerging talent. Michael Kammes @michaelkammes Michael is the Senior Director of Innovation at Shift Media. He consults on the latest in technology and best practices in the digital media creation and communications space. Specialties: Workflows and Technology in Production and Post Production: Cloud/SaaS, Acquisition, VR/360, HDR, Storage, Asset Management, Automation, Archival, Editorial, Post Audio, Finishing, Encoding/Transcoding, and Distribution. Michael incorporates this deep knowledge into his technical infotainment series "5 THINGS", plus various podcasts, panels, and user groups. Plus, he just really, really, digs Post. http://5thingsseries.com http://michaelkammes.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support

Le Monstre
X Files [9]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 30:30 Very Popular


The recent arrest of a Dutroux accomplice brings into question additional crimes as a new witness and potential victim comes forward. According to the courts and the majority of the media in Belgium, Marc Dutroux was an isolated predator who acted alone with the help of his wife and lackey accomplice, but these new details continue to divide the country. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mutual Audio Network
In Flight, D.B. Cooper(101022)

The Mutual Audio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 39:55


Re-Imagined Radio presented a live performance of In Flight with D.B. Cooper by Metropolitan Performing Arts actors and other community volunteers at Kiggins Theatre in downtown Vancouver, Washington. Audience count: 150. Streamed live on KXRW-FM, Vancouver's community radio. Archival recording available for on demand listening. Before he parachuted from the back of the low-flying passenger jet into a dark and story night and history over Southwest Washington with $200,000 strapped to his body, D. B. Cooper was alone in the economy section. The only person he talked with was Tina Mucklow, a flight attendant aboard Northwest Orient flight 305. Mucklow was twenty-something. Cooper was a middle-aged man with a bomb in a briefcase. What did they talk about? This contemporary radio drama, written by Dan Wyatt, Jr., imagined conversations between Cooper and Mucklow while while aboard the hijacked jet airliner, Thanksgiving eve, 1971. We also speculated about one of the many mysteries still lingering around the only unsolved case of air piracy in American aviation history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Le Monstre
La Marche Blanche [7]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 34:30 Very Popular


A search is underway for An and Eefje as new evidence points to a possible location. Unsettling details emerge about the handling of the investigation and a possible cover up, prompting Belgian citizens to take to the streets in a massive protest known as La Marche Blanche or White March. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
125. First Planetary Defense Test, Faster Cheaper Gene Sequencing, United Airlines' $1 Billion Bet

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 34:50


Show Notes: Google Fiber Revs Up Its Multi-Gig Speeds to 20Gbps in Newest Field Test |  CNET (01:29)  Google Fiber CEO Dinni Jain announced Tuesday via blog post that 20 gigs is coming, The company achieved a 20.2Gbps download speed in a field test in Kansas City Google Fiber currently offers two plan options: 1-gigabit download speeds for $70 per month and a 2-gig plan for $100 monthly.  cheapest 2Gbps plan among major internet providers CNET reached out to a Google Fiber spokesperson, and was told that more information will be on the way in the coming weeks. No word yet on pricing or when to expect the plan to be available to customers. A 25Gbps speed tier from EPB costs around $1,500 per month According to Google Fiber's CEO this is just the beginning: “In the coming months, we'll have announcements to dramatically expand our multi-gigabit tiers. These will be critical milestones on our journey to 100 Gig symmetrical internet." NASA crashes DART spacecraft into asteroid in world's 1st planetary defense test | Space.com (06:45) For the first time in history, a spacecraft from Earth has crashed into an asteroid to test a way to save our planet from extinction.  Spacecraft: NASA's Double Asteroid Rendezvous Test (DART) probe Asteroid: Dimorphos, 7 million miles (11 million kilometers) from Earth The goal of the mission was to change the orbit of the space rock around its larger asteroid parent Didymos . Trying to test if humanity could deflect a dangerous asteroid if one was headed for Earth. Elena Adams, DART's mission systems engineer, said that “our first planetary defense test was a success”   The golf cart-sized DART (1,320 pounds) spacecraft slammed into the asteroid at 14,000 mph. Would be enough to move the 534-foot-wide (163 meters) Dimorphos a bit faster (10 minutes faster) in its orbit around its parent.  Poses no risk of changing the binary system's orbit to come anywhere near Earth.  The DART mission is the first demonstration of what NASA calls a "kinetic impactor" for planetary defense: crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid to change its orbit. Basic method to protect the Earth if a potentially dangerous asteroid were spotted five or 10 years before a prospective impact.  Angela Stickle, the leader of DART's impact working group, said the team's simulations and models suggest the spacecraft would likely create a crater up to 65 feet (20 m) wide.  Images Show Huge Plume of Debris as NASA Probe Smashes Asteroid  A vast network of ground-based telescopes were trained on the event and will be following the binary Didymos-Dimorphos system over time to see how much faster Dimorphos is now moving in its orbit.  The Era of Fast, Cheap Genome Sequencing Is Here | WIRED (13:35) At an industry event in San Diego today, genomics behemoth Illumina unveiled what it calls its fastest, most cost-efficient sequencing machines yet, the NovaSeq X series. Illumina controls around 80 percent of the DNA sequencing market globally The company believes its new technology will slash the cost to just $200 per human genome while providing a readout at twice the speed. Currently costs $600 for scientists to perform sequencing Sequence 20,000 genomes per year; its current machines can do about 7,500 Francis deSouza, Illumina's CEO, states:  “As we look to the next decade, we believe we're entering the era of genomic medicine going mainstream. To do that requires the next generation of sequencers … We need price points to keep coming down to make genomic medicine and genomic tests available much more broadly.” Stacey Gabriel, chief genomics officer at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, states they have been “waiting for this for a long time.” She continues to talk about the benefits of the new tech: “With greatly reduced costs and greatly increased speed of sequencing, we can sequence way more samples.” A major benefit of cheaper and more efficiency sequencing is increasing the diversity of genomic datasets. Different populations might have different disease-causing genetic variations that are more or less prevalent.  Additionally, by sequencing more genes you can compare and contrast the genetic sequences of a healthy individual and a disordered individual. Allows researchers to see the nuances in their genetic makeup.  Illumina's new system will cost around $1 million, about the same as its existing machines.  The high price tag is a key reason they're not yet common in smaller labs and hospitals, or in rural regions. Startup Says It Can Store 100TB in Nintendo-Like Cartridges | Futurism (20:24) A startup called Folio Photonics is attempting to take over the archival storage market, one Nintendo-ish cartridge at a time. Storage types like tapes, and hard disks are favored by enterprise-scale archiving purposes. Folio claims to offer a cost-effective, incredibly high-performing optical alternative to tapes, hard disks, and DNA storage Just one of their oddly-shaped, multi-layered cartridges can allegedly fit 100 terabytes of data.  100,000 gigabytes, which is nearly three times the storage of the densest Blu-Ray disk CEO Steven Santamaria explains how their tech can hold this much data: “Traditional Blu-ray discs are three or four layers and have been for 20 years (the Archival disc achieves 6 layers by having 3-layers on both sides) ... Our first product will be 8 layers per side, meaning we will have a 16 layer double sided disc." Additionally, the company claims their storage device, unlike hard drive and tape storage,  is "impervious" to electromagnetic disruption, damage from radiation or saltwater, and extreme temperatures  We will end off with more of the CEO talking about the tech: “Our talented engineering team has pioneered a fresh approach to optical storage that overcomes historical constraints and puts unheard of cost, cybersecurity and sustainability benefits within reach … With these advantages, Folio Photonics is poised to reshape the trajectory of archive storage." Why United Airlines is betting $1 billion on flying cars | Emerging Tech Brew (25:12) Investors, startups, and aviation bigwigs have all put billions of dollars toward making that vision a reality with electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) ventures. United Airlines being one of them The company has been an investor in California-based Archer Aviation since the startup was preparing to go public via SPAC in 2021 and also reached a $1 billion deal to buy Archer's eVTOLs last February. An option to purchase an additional $500 million of aircraft.  Archer is building a four-passenger electric aircraft and aims to get it certified by the FAA for use in the US by the end of 2024. This past September, United agreed to buy 200 eVTOL aircraft from Eve Air Mobility. Why are they doing this? Mike Leskinen, president of United Airlines Ventures, told Emerging Tech Brew: “It's about making our airline the airline that customers choose to fly  … A) We want to innovate. And we want to provide that to our customers first B) We have the footprint—the geographic footprint—that makes us the right player C) It decarbonizes that trip to the airport. This is not taking regional aircraft out of the skies, but it is taking cars off the road, many of which will be burning gasoline” eVTOLs could change the way we travel in the long term, with the nearer-term use case of replacing helicopters and serving as a way to get from an urban center to an airport faster. CEO Leskinen talks on the pricing of these eVTOL rides: “They're going to be expensive at first … As you build this product, as you certify this product, there are going to be massive economies of scale. And the cost is going to come down rapidly, to the point where I see a world where—because you get so much more utility out of the aircraft—the cost is no more than using an Uber X. But initially it's going to look like an Uber Black.” The challenging part will be building the infrastructure for air taxis, the “vertiports, ” which could  resemble helipads with charging stations.

Le Monstre
Silence [6]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 27:53 Very Popular


Arrested for his role in the kidnapping of Sabine Dardenne and Laëtitia Delhez, Marc Dutroux again cracks and admits to involvement in the kidnappings of Julie & Melissa. Carine Russo talks about the fourteen months of "scandalous silence" surrounding her daughter's disappearance. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Le Monstre
The Perfect Psychopath [5]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 29:45 Very Popular


Marc Dutroux was a child of the 60's. Not the flowery 60's of peace and love, but a much darker existence in the grimy working class region of Charleroi. His violent childhood was a cycle of abuse and perversion, creating a monster that would abduct young women and girls in the mid 80's, a foretelling of his crimes to come. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Slate Star Codex Podcast
Links For September 2022

Slate Star Codex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 22:01


https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/links-for-september-2022 [Remember, I haven't independently verified each link. On average, commenters will end up spotting evidence that around two or three of the links in each links post are wrong or misleading. I correct these as I see them, and will highlight important corrections later, but I can't guarantee I will have caught them all by the time you read this.] 1: Fiber Arts, Mysterious Dodecahedrons, and Waiting On Eureka. Why did it take so long to invent knitting? (cf. also Why Did Everything Take So Long?) And why did the Romans leave behind so many mysterious metal dodecahedra? 2: Alex Wellerstein (of NUKEMAP) on the Nagasaki bombing. “Archival evidence points to Truman not knowing it was going to happen.” 3: @itsahousingtrap on Twitter on “how weird the [building] planning process really is” 4: Nostalgebraist talks about his experience home-brewing an image generation AI that can handle text in images; he's a very good explainer and I learned more about image models from his post than from other much more official sources. And here's what happens when his AI is asked to “make a list of all 50 states”:

Le Monstre
Horror and Hope [4]

Le Monstre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 28:33 Very Popular


Letters from Sabine Dardenne provide a horrific account of her captivity. With 6 girls still missing, the prosecutor and police track down leads pointing to a main suspect, Marc Dutroux. He and his accomplices are detained and interrogated. The world is about to discover the horrors of Marc Dutroux. For more info visit www.monster-podcast.com Archival audio for this series provided by Sonuma RTBF Archives and CNN Archives.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Working Class Audio
WCA #403 with Catherine - Changing Audio Careers, Shifting Mindset, Learning on The Fly, 90's Digital Formats, and Archivists Anonymous

Working Class Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 77:11


My guest is Catherine Vericolli, the Chief Transfer Engineer & Archive manager for Infrasonic Mastering. Catherine works on projects for Third Man, ORG Music, Oh Boy! Records, and Sun Records. This is Catherine's second appearance on the show. She originally appeared on WCA #035 in 2015. In this episode, we discuss: Changing Audio Careers Moving to Nashville Moving Two Studios Selling Her House Getting Into Archiving The Economics of Archiving Nashville Recording Practices Academia  Shifting Mindset Getting Settled Learning on The Fly Comparing Stress in Audio Jobs Play and Pray 90's Digital Formats World War 2 and Tape Archivists Anonymous Prosumer Audio ATMOS MONO Will The Transfer Work Runout? The Dixie Cups Matt's Rant: Let's Read a Letter  Links and Show Notes Transfers and Archival at Infrasonic  JRF Magnetics The Dixie Cups "Chapel of Love" Download 15 Tips to Help you Survive as an Audio Pro Credits Guest: Catherine Vericolli Host: Matt Boudreau Engineer: Matt Boudreau Producer: Matt Boudreau Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau  WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell  Announcer: Chuck Smith

Dakota Spotlight Podcast
Interview with Tony, Call Me Shelly: the mysterious disappearance of Michele Julson

Dakota Spotlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 36:14


In Episode 7 we meet Tony Hulm, former bartender at the burnt Creek Club.  Tony was Shelly's on-again/off-again boyfriend at the time of her disappearance.  Tony Hulm speaks about Shelly, about the alleged harassment she was experiencing and considers if Shelly Julson may have just chosen a new life elsewhere.  In 1994 26-year-old Michele Julson dropped off her young son at his paternal grandparents home so she could run some errands in Bismarck, North Dakota. She wanted to pick up her paycheck and possibly play some bingo. She was expected back in just hours.   Shelly never returned.  What happened to Shelly Julson? To read and see more about the case, follow the podcast in The Vault section on inforum.com or on any Forum Communications news website. Forum Communications is proud to be part of The Trust Project. email - jwolner@forumcomm.com Twitter: @dakotaspotlightFacebook: facebook.com/groups/dakotaspotlight Archival audio provided by The state historical society of North Dakota Intro and outro music by Wowza in Kalamazoo

Dakota Spotlight Podcast
Vacation update - Call Me Shelly: The mysterious disappearance of Michele Julson

Dakota Spotlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 7:16


We are taking a vacation break this week, but will be back next week with an interview with Tony Hulm, aka Burnt Creek Tony.  This update episode includes a taste of that interview and the full recording of this season's theme song 'Magelena' by Wowza in Kalamazoo.  Check them out at  wowzainkalamazoo.bandcamp.com/ On August 2, 1994 26-year-old Michele Julson dropped off her young son at his paternal grandparents home so she could run some errands in Bismarck, North Dakota. She wanted to pick up her paycheck and possibly play some bingo. She was expected back in just hours.   Shelly never returned.  What happened to Shelly Julson? To read and see more about the case, follow the podcast in The Vault section on inforum.com or on any Forum Communications news website. Forum Communications is proud to be part of The Trust Project. email - jwolner@forumcomm.com Twitter: @dakotaspotlightFacebook: facebook.com/groups/dakotaspotlight Archival audio provided by The state historical society of North Dakota Intro and outro music by Wowza in Kalamazoo

Dakota Spotlight Podcast
Don't give up - Call Me Shelly - the mysterious disappearance of Michelle Julson

Dakota Spotlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 45:52


In Episode 5 we meet Shelly's parents Wes and Linda Julson. Also, interview with retired Bismarck police officer Rob Carvell. Carvell shares his memories of responding to the call for service on Aug 2, 1994 when Richard and Kevin Woodworth reported Shelly missing.  Carvell also re-opened Shelly's case in 2016. We also hear from a friend of Shelly's and that 'forty-year-old guy' that Shelly had planned to go camping with. On August 2, 1994 26-year-old Michelle Julson dropped off her young son at his paternal grandparents home so she could run some errands in Bismarck, North Dakota. She wanted to pick up her paycheck and possibly play some bingo. She was expected back in just hours.   Shelly never returned.  What happened to Shelly Julson? To read and see more about the case, follow the podcast in The Vault section on inforum.com or on any Forum Communications news website. Forum Communications is proud to be part of The Trust Project. email - jwolner@forumcomm.com Twitter: @dakotaspotlightFacebook: facebook.com/groups/dakotaspotlight Archival audio provided by The state historical society of North Dakota Intro and outro music by Wowza in Kalamazoo

Dakota Spotlight Podcast
Stones Unturned - Call me Shelly: The mysterious disappearance of Michelle Julson

Dakota Spotlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 40:57


In Episode 4: Retired Bismarck detective Bill Connor shares his thoughts and memories of working Shelly's case from 2005 to 2010.    He talks about the We Fest sighting, the car being found at the Comfort Inn, Rick Snell, Tony Hulm and Kevin Woodworth. On August 2, 1994 26-year-old Michelle Julson dropped off her young son at his paternal grandparents home so she could run some errands in Bismarck, North Dakota. She wanted to pick up her paycheck and possibly play some bingo. She was expected back in just hours.   Shelly never returned.  What happened to Shelly Julson? To read and see more about the case, follow the podcast in The Vault section on inforum.com or on any Forum Communications news website. Forum Communications is proud to be part of The Trust Project. email - jwolner@forumcomm.com Twitter: @dakotaspotlightFacebook: facebook.com/groups/dakotaspotlight Archival audio provided by The state historical society of North Dakota

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories

Around 2am on April 6th 2018, a mysterious person walked down a snowy suburban street in Wadsworth, Ohio. At some point, this person came to a stop in front of a modest two story home and then looked around to make sure no one was watching them. Feeling satisfied no one was, this mystery person turned away from the road and walked down the driveway toward the backyard of the property. What they did next was unspeakably cruel... and it was caught on camera.For 100s more stories like this one, check out my YouTube channel just called "MrBallen" -- https://www.youtube.com/c/MrBallenIf you want to reach out to me, contact me on Instagram, Twitter or any other major social media platform, my username on all of them is @MrBallenSPOILERS BELOW THIS POINT:....Main Sources:1. OFFENDER DETAILS -- https://appgateway.drc.ohio.gov/OffenderSearch/Search/Details/A7602952. What Gavon Ramsay did to body–interest in working at a funeral home -- https://ohiocsf.com/?page_id=2473. "Teen gets life without parole for murder of elderly woman" -- https://www.thepostnewspapers.com/area_news/teen-gets-life-without-parole-for-murder-of-elderly-woman/article_63565c65-54f2-5ca3-a7c1-98e3a0c214ff.html4. Round up of case details (some internal links have expired) -- https://teenkillers.org/juvenile-lifers/offenders-cases-state/ohio-offenders/gavon-ramsay/5. Gag order and arrest of Gavon Ramsay on 4/`6/2018 -- https://www.thepostnewspapers.com/wadsworth/local_news/gag-order-issued-in-juvenile-murder-case/article_7ce8f674-ce9d-5591-87bf-ee634492c49d.html6. Oxygen: Unexpected Killer, Season 2, episode 10: Closet Killer March 19, 2021 -- https://www.oxygen.com/an-unexpected-killer/season-2/episode-10/closet-murderer7. Oxygen story summary -- https://www.oxygen.com/an-unexpected-killer/crime-news/margaret-douglas-murdered-by-gavon-ramsay-for-sexual-thrill8. Medina county paper on Oxygen episode -- https://medina-gazette.com/news/255601/case-of-wadsworth-teen-convicted-of-murder-recounted-on-national-tv/9. Akron OH Beacon news story about the Oxygen episode -- https://www.beaconjournal.com/story/news/2021/03/18/new-show-details-murder-wadsworth-woman-hands-teen/4732854001/10. 2018 news article–killer had met victim prior to crime -- https://www.cleveland.com/medina/2018/06/wadsworth_teen_charged_with_ki.html11. Mitigation hearing on January 3, 2019 -- https://www.beaconjournal.com/story/news/crime/2019/01/03/teen-sentenced-to-life/6382008007/12. Fear over new law setting Gavon free -- https://www.cleveland19.com/2021/04/16/family-year-old-wadsworth-woman-killed-abused-by-year-old-fears-new-law-could-eventually-set-him-free/13. UK daily mail -- https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5627113/Teen-arrested-death-98-year-old-woman-closet.html14. Ramsay's appeal -- https://www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/rod/docs/pdf/9/2020/2020-Ohio-1203.pdf15. Layout of 359 Portage St -- https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/359-Portage-St-Wadsworth-OH-44281/34911360_zpid/?mmlb=g,116. Historical weather Wadsworth OH -- https://www.wunderground.com/history/daily/us/oh/wadsworth/KOHWADSW37/date/2021-7-1617. Archival newspaper articles (subscription required)a) Teen denies murder burglary by Amanda GarrettThe Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio) · Thu, Apr 19, 2018 · Page B001 Downloaded on Jun 22, 2022b) Woman's body found in home by Amanda GarrettThe Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio) · Wed, Apr 11, 2018 · Page B001 Downloaded on Jun 22, 2022c) Teen sentenced to life by Stephanie WarsmithThe Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio) · Wed, Apr 11, 2018 · Page B001 Downloaded on Jun 22, 2022d) Teen pleads no contest in killing of elderly neighbor by Amanda GarrettThe Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio) · S at, Nov 3, 2018 · Page A1 Downloaded on Jun 22, 2022e) Obituary for Donald H DouglasThe Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio) · 24 May 2000, Wed · Page 42 Downloaded on Jun 23, 202218. Obituary -- https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/ohio/name/margaret-douglas-obituary?id=1442315219. Picture of headstone: -- https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/188977937/margaret-mary-douglas/photo20. O'Neills department store -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O%27Neil%27s21. Ohio Match company -- http://www.wadsworthwarehouse.com/history.php22. This day in history -- https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history23. Brains lose far fewer cells than once thought -- https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/1996/10/aging-brains-lose-less-than-thought/24. Low expectations are secret to happy life says billionaire -- https://stephenguise.com/the-secret-to-a-happy-life-from-98-year-old-charlie-munger/25. How the very old spend their day; everyday activities as an expression of successful ivingAnn L. Horgas, PhD, RN,1 Hans-Ulrich Wilms, PhD,2 and Margret M. Baltes, PhD3The Gerontologist; Vol. 38, No. 5, 556-568, Copyright 1998 by the Gerontological Society of America26. Google search terms: Daily life in very old age AL Horgas pdfSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories
Episode 38 -- "Temple of Death" (PODCAST EXCLUSIVE EPISODE)

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 40:43 Very Popular


On the morning of August 10th, 1991, in a little rural town in Arizona, two women walked across a parking lot toward a Buddhist temple. They were there to prepare a meal for the monks who lived inside. As they walked, the women noticed that none of the monks were outside meditating or gardening, which was strange. And, when they reached the front door, not only was it locked, which was strange, but also, there was also this huge puddle of water forming in front of it which they just couldn't understand. The women sensed something was off, but they shrugged and left the front door, and found an open door on the side of the building and went inside. Minutes later, those women would come running back out, hysterical, screaming for help.For 100s more stories like this one, check out my YouTube channel just called "MrBallen" -- https://www.youtube.com/c/MrBallenIf you want to reach out to me, contact me on Instagram, Twitter or any other major social media platform, my username on all of them is @MrBallenSPOILERS BELOW THIS POINT:....Main Sources:1. Innocent until interrogated: the true story of the Buddhist Temple Massacre and the Tucson FourStuart - The University of Arizona Press - 20202. "1991 Buddhist temple murders in Waddell" -- https://www.azcentral.com/picture-gallery/news/local/surprise/2014/03/14/1991-buddhist-temple-murders-in-waddell/6419153/3. Temple floor plan -- https://framedpod.com/pages/temple-layout4. Framed: Season 2 -- https://framedpod.com/pages/season-two-episodes-and-info?_pos=1&_sid=0603ed70f&_ss=r5. "Arizona Killing Fields" -- https://tricycle.org/magazine/arizona-killing-fields/6. "A Place of Peace—A Place of Blood" -- https://www.myazbar.org/AZAttorney/PDF_Articles/0508GaryStuart.pdf7. "Robbery suspected in temple murders" -- https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1991/08/12/robbery-suspected-in-temple-murders/43a1ed36-5dfe-4a45-82c8-e5efc9a6bace/8. "Drugs: The Thai connection" -- https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/the-thai-connection-64260119. "Dealing with a confessed serial killer" -- https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/dealing-with-a-confessed-serial-killer-642601510. "Arizona Murder Probes Put Wrong Men Behind Bars : Crime: Experts say the interrogation techniques used show how the innocent can be pushed into confessions." -- https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1993-02-13-mn-1343-story.html 11. "Time to remember 1991 massacre at Thai Buddhist temple" -- https://www.buddhistchannel.tv/index.php?id=64,3025,0,0,1,012. "Arizona man gets nine life terms for Buddhist temple murders" -- https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-temple-murder/arizona-man-gets-nine-life-terms-for-buddhist-temple-murders-idUSBREA2D0SB2014031413. "On the 25th anniversary of infamous Buddhist temple murders, community honors victims" -- https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona/2016/08/06/25th-anniversary-infamous-buddhist-temple-murders-community-honors-victims/88345818/14. "Montini: Arpaio tweets a reminder about how a mass murder made him sheriff" -- https://www.azcentral.com/story/opinion/op-ed/ej-montini/2016/08/08/montini-buddist-temple-murders-sheriff-joe-arpaio/88382642/15. "27 years later, Waddell Buddhist temple commemorates victims of 1991 temple massacre" -- https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/surprise/2018/08/20/waddell-buddhist-temple-commemorates-victims-1991-massacre-wat-promkunaram/1042642002/16. UNITED STATESUS 9TH CIR.DOODY V. SCHRIRO, Decided: February 25, 2010 -- https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-9th-circuit/1509160.html17. Johnathan Doody court documents -- https://corrections.az.gov/public-resources/inmate-datasearch18. Archival newspaper articles from: https://www.newspapers.com/image/12319866418a) Slayings at Buddhist Temple, The Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) · S un, Aug 11, 1991 · Page 4/5 Downloaded on Jun 14, 202218b) Tuscon Four, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Arizona) · S un, Aug 9, 1992 · Downloaded on Jun 14, 202218c) Alibis claimed in slaying of 9, The Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) · S un, S ep 15, 1991 ·Downloaded on Jun 15, 202218d) Temple killings fuel fear and racism, The Age (Melbourne, Victoria, Victoria, Australia) · Sun, Aug 18, 1991 · Page 13 Downloaded on Jun 14, 202218e) Day of celebration at wat, Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) · S at, Feb 15, 2003 · Page 325 Downloaded on Jun 15, 202218f) Massacre: forgiving not forgetting, Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) · S un, Aug 12, 2001 · Downloaded on Jun 15, 202219. "How does a Buddhist monk face death?" -- https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/26/opinion/buddhist-monk-death.html20. "Death and Dying in Tibetan Buddhism" -- https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/tibet/understand/dying.html21. Buddha monk life -- https://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/buddhistworld/wat_m5.htm22. Wat Promkunaram, Harvard University Pluralism Project -- https://hwpi.harvard.edu/pluralismarchive/wat-promkunaram23. Forensic ITC services -- https://forensicitc.com/about-us/in-the-news/wat-promkunaram-temple-murders/24. Historical weather -- https://www.wunderground.com/history/daily/us/az/waddell/date/2021-1-125. Gardening in Arizona -- https://growinginthegarden.com/vegetable-gardening-in-arizona/26. Arizona desert sounds -- https://sound.stackexchange.com/questions/6821/what-does-the-arizona-desert-sound-likeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.