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Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy issues a warning about the lack of data on social media's effects on developing brains (First) | Ken Burns and Michael Kimmelman celebrate the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, which opened to the public 140 years ago (Starts at 21:45) | Stephen Vladeck, author of The Shadow Docket: How the Supreme Court Uses Stealth Rulings to Amass Power and Undermine the Republic (Basic Books, 2023) (Starts at 38:15) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.
Anna Sale, creator and host of the WNYC podcast Death, Sex & Money, and Micah Loewinger, correspondent for WNYC's On the Media, talk about their interview with the ex-wife of Oath Keepers founder, Stewart Rhodes, who was just sentenced to 18 years in prison in his seditious conspiracy case.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott entered the presidential race this week to contend against former President Donald Trump. Jason Riley, opinion columnist at The Wall Street Journal and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, takes stock of the newest Republicans to enter the contest.
Patrick Sauer, writer and co-host of the live online talk show “Squawkin' Sports", talks about why baseball is so often in a state of crisis, plus how the game has changed so much over the past 20 years.
Diana Ayala, Council Member for District 8 (Manhattan & Bronx: El Barrio/East Harlem, Mott Haven, Highbridge, Concourse, Longwood, Port Morris) and deputy speaker, discusses a package of bills approved by the council to address access and eligibility to critical housing vouchers.
Jeff Stein, White House economics reporter for The Washington Post, explains what will actually happen in the U.S. if the government hits the debt ceiling, and shares his analysis of how the negotiations to prevent that are going.
The Supreme Court has increasingly made decisions by way of the "shadow docket," emergency rulings that remain outside the public view. Stephen Vladeck, University of Texas School of Law professor and the author of The Shadow Docket: How the Supreme Court Uses Stealth Rulings to Amass Power and Undermine the Republic (Basic Books, 2023), digs deeper into the implications.
The Adams administration is seeking to suspend New York City's "right to shelter" law as it struggles to meet the demands of the migrant crisis. Christine Quinn, president & CEO of Win, and Robert Hayes, president and CEO of Community Healthcare Network. He argued the case that established New York state's”right to shelter, and went on to found the Coalition for the Homeless, discusses the latest news and how it might impact the city's homeless population.
Employers call-in with information about open positions at their workplaces and discuss the lengths they've gone through to find suitable applicants. Job hunters also call-in to pitch themselves for open positions. -- Due to popular demand, we've opened the comments section: Leave your information below if you're looking to hire or looking for a job.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 700 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more 13 mins Dahlia Lithwick is the senior legal correspondent at Slate and host of Amicus, Slate's award-winning biweekly podcast about the law. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, Harper's, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The New Republic, and Commentary, among other places. Lithwick won a 2013 National Magazine Award for her columns on the Affordable Care Act. She was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in October, 2018. Get Her Book Lady Justice: Women, the Law, and the Battle to Save America 33 mins Lizz Winstead is one of the top political satirists working today. As co-creator and head writer of Comedy Central's “The Daily Show,” she forever changed the way people get their news. In 2004, Winstead also co-founded Air America Radio, while also co-hosting “Unfiltered” every morning with the Rachel Maddow and Hip Hop legend, Chuck D. Her book of essays, Lizz Free or Die, was published by Riverhead Books in 2012. The New York Times called it “Searching and lively … and moving. … Ms. Winstead writes with a feel for the sound of words.” Winstead also writes satirical commentary for The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal and The Huffington Post. Her talents as a comedian and media visionary have been recognized by The New York Times, The Washington Post and Entertainment Weekly's 100 Most Creative People issue. She continues to make numerous television appearances, including Comedy Central Presents, HBO, and CNN, as well as her regular commentary on MSNBC Winstead is a prominent abortion rights activist, and one of the founders of Abortion Access Front (formerly Lady Parts Justice League), a team of comedians, writers, and producers that uses humor to destigmatize abortion and expose the extremist anti-choice forces working to destroy access to reproductive rights in all 50 states. With her work with AAF, Winstead has taken her satirical brilliance one step further, combining it with her passion for reproductive rights to expose anti choice hypocrisy and inspiring a whole new model of activism. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
Listeners call-in to test their knowledge of pop culture—and for a chance to win a prize.
Listeners call in to tell us how they align their consumption habits, budgets and love of guilty pleasures.
With so many not-to-be-missed cultural offerings this summer, Precious Fondren, WNYC/Gothamist culture and arts reporter, shares some of the highlights. Today, she previews some of the celebrations planned to mark 50 years of Hip Hop. For more ideas:"What to see, hear and do for free right now in New York City" (Gothamist, 5/4/23) "30 must-see concerts and summer festivals in the NYC area" (Gothamist, 5/18/23)
It has been 140 years since the Brooklyn Bridge opened to the public. Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, who made his first film about it back in the 1980s, and Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic for The New York Times and the author of The Intimate City: Walking New York (Penguin Press, 2022), talk about walking across the iconic bridge, the history of who built it and the "why" behind beautiful infrastructure.
Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham University, host of the podcast FAQNYC, host of The Blackest Questions podcast on the Grio and the author of Black Ethnics (Oxford University Press, 2013), talks about how the city is managing the needs of migrants, the political forces behind financial support for Daniel Penny, who has been charged with killing Jordan Neely on the F train, the city's budget and more local news.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy talks about why he has issued a warning about the lack of data on the safety of social media's effects on developing brains.
Andy Read, professor of marine biology and the director of the Duke University Marine Laboratory, talks about why so many beached whales are turning up on the New York and New Jersey coastlines, and why claims from some groups that surveying for wind farms is causing the deaths are untrue.
With so many not-to-be-missed cultural offerings this summer, Steve Smith, WNYC/Gothamist culture and arts editor, shares some of the highlights. Today, he previews some of the top offerings for seeing movies under the stars. →For links, see: "What to see, hear and do for free right now in New York City" (Gothamist, 5/4/23)
Listeners call-in to test their knowledge of local geography—and for a chance to win a prize.
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The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation
In this episode of The Ferment, Adam chats with Jimmy John Morris about living a double life as a senior pastor and drummer. Jimmy John describes how music is woven through his story of faith, and shares some words of wisdom for both worship leaders and senior pastors. And much to Jimmy John's delight, you'll hear the story of "The Hit." Jimmy John Morris has been serving in the Vineyard for 30 years. They served over 20 years at the Yakima, WA Vineyard, spent two years in Texas, and moved back to Kent, WA to serve as the senior pastor in 2017. Prior to serving in the Vineyard, he was a professional musician and an educator. He has a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from The Institute of Biblical Studies Seattle and a Masters of Arts degree in Global Urban Leadership from Bakke Graduate University. Jimmy John has also served on the Vineyard's Northwest Leadership team, as an area pastor, and served on both the NW youth and worship task forces. Jimmy John is passionate about seeing people become authentic followers of Jesus. He and his wife, Donna, have been married for 32 years and have two married children, David (& Shelby), and Sara (& Bryson), and he is a grandfather to Wesley, who he is now teaching how to play drums...at the age of two. Show Notes: Vineyard Worship Essentials: https://www.vineyardworship.com/essentials
All Home Care Matters is honored to welcome author, Andrea Couture. Andrea is the author of the book "Embracing What Remains: A Memoir". Andrea is an author and mother of three children. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Saint Michael's College in Vermont. Embracing What Remains is Andrea's first memoir and book. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband, children, and her dog. Andrea is a member and Acquisitions Editor for the non-profit organization, AlzAuthors with the mission: “We are a community of authors sharing Alzheimer's and dementia stories to light the way for others.”
As students and parents navigate the complicated world of college admissions, it's critical to know the factors that are under our control and those that are not. Today's conversation centers around "Negotiable Goals in the College Admission Process: What You Control and What You Don't." Join your host, Cindy Watson, as she unravels the complex landscape of college admissions. In this episode, she will be joined by Dr. Cynthia Colón. Dr. Cynthia Colón is the renowned author of "Be Committed! Get Admitted," founder of College Essay Bootcamp, and host of the popular Destination YOUniversity podcast. Dr. Cynthia Colón holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Southern California; a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University; and a Doctorate of Education from the University of California, Los Angeles. In this episode, you will discover: How coaches, allies, and sponsors can help us be our best version. Key reasons why negotiations fail How to overcome the fear of rejection and the fear of getting no The role preparation plays in negotiation What role does negotiate your mindset plays in the negotiation And many more! More about Dr. Cynthia Colón: Website: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com Social Media: Facebook: facebook.com/drcynthiacolon LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dr-cynthia-colon Instagram: @drcynthiacolon Get her book here: https://www.amazon.com/Tips-Tales-Truths-Teens-admission/dp/0997160543/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1684763908&refinements=p_27%3ADr+Cynthia+Colon&s=books&sr=1-1 If you're looking to up-level your negotiation skills, I have everything from online to group to my signature one-on-one mastermind & VIP experiences available to help you better leverage your innate power to get more of what you want and deserve in life. Check out our website at www.artoffemininenegotiation.com if that sounds interesting to you. Get Cindy's book here: Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Art-Feminine-Negotiation-Boardroom-Bedroom-ebook/dp/B0B8KPCYZP?inf_contact_key=94d07c699eea186d2adfbddfef6fb9e2&inf_contact_key=013613337189d4d12be8d2bca3c26821680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 EBook https://www.amazon.com/Art-Feminine-Negotiation-Boardroom-Bedroom-ebook/dp/B0B8KPCYZP?inf_contact_key=94d07c699eea186d2adfbddfef6fb9e2&inf_contact_key=013613337189d4d12be8d2bca3c26821680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1 Barnes and Noble https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-art-of-feminine-negotiation-cindy-watson/1141499614?ean=9781631959776 CONNECT WITH CINDY: Website: www.womenonpurpose.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womenonpurposecommunity/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenonpurposecoaching/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/thecindywatson Show: https://www.womenonpurpose.ca/media/podcast-2/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/womenonpurpose1 YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@hersuasion Email: email@example.com
Bug juice...first kisses...tick bites. Listeners call in to share their most enduring summer camp memories from childhood.
With so many not-to-be-missed cultural offerings this summer, Steve Smith, WNYC/Gothamist culture and arts editor, shares some of the highlights. Today, he previews some of the top offerings for theater and dance performances. →"What to see, hear and do for free right now in New York City" (Gothamist, 5/4/23) →Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival
How well did you pay attention to the news so far in 2023? Prove yourself in the second installment of The Brian Lehrer Show's almost-mid-year news quiz. Call-in and get a prize if you answer questions correctly about local and national news.
New York City Comptroller Brad Lander shares his proposals for the city budget that he says will cut costs but not essential services, plus weighs in on how the city is dealing with migrants and the state of the economy.
Negotiations on the debt ceiling are continuing as the June 1 deadline for a default looms. Catie Edmondson, Congressional correspondent for The New York Times, discusses the "tricky politics" of the negotiations, where Republicans are holding out for steep spending cuts and changes to social safety net programs in exchange for raising the limit, which some Democrats won't accept.
Compline: An Evening Liturgy for Anxious Souls
This is the Monday evening liturgy during Eastertide for the Compline podcast from the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. For more about the Center for Worship and the Arts, as well as the resources we provide, visit us at https://www.samford.edu/worship-arts/. CREDITS: © 2021 Center for Worship and the Arts, Samford University. Engineered and produced by Wen Reagan for the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. SPOKEN WORD: Wen Reagan, Stacy Love, Tracy Hanrahan, Meagan Kennedy, Pierce Moffett, Eden Walker. MUSIC: Wen Reagan: vocals, guitars, keys, pad. “Compline #1” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music. “Compline #2” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music. “Wait on the Lord” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music, CCLI #7145633. TEXTS: The liturgical words for this podcast series include original phrasings, but were primarily curated and designed from several public domain sources, including “An Order for Compline” from the Anglican and Episcopal Book of Common Prayer and collects collected from Grace Cathedral. SOUNDS: The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. "Door, Front, Opening, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org. "Door, Front, Closing, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org. “06 – Crackling Candle.wav” by 14GPanskaLetko_Dominik of Freesound.org. “Lights a Candle Light with a Match” by straget of Freesound.org. The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. “Soft Shoes Walking on a Dirt Road” by Nagwense of Freesound.org. “Match Being Lit.wav” by Jeanet_Henning of Freesound.org. “Candle Blow.wav” by Bee09 of Freesound.org.
Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin
“When people come in and talk about stress, I find that it's actually anxiety they are facing.'” - Subrena Hicks Did you know that anxiety is the most common mental health issue in the world? Moreover, other studies say that 1 in 5 adults don't receive therapy services to address their mental health. In today's episode, Dr. Michelle Robin invites licensed therapist Subrena Hicks to share her mission on breaking the stigmas around mental health. She'll share insights about what she's been noticing with stress and anxiety today – and why there are repercussions in the body when we aren't able to understand which one we're experiencing. She'll also explain why many adults struggle with anxiety and why therapy can help them develop the right coping skills to lessen the buildup of anxiety in the body. Subrena ends the show with some tips around kids and mental health, providing some guidance on when parents should consider therapy for them. She'll discuss why we need to be teaching the younger generations that it's okay to start talking about what's going on, labeling their feelings, and finding someone outside of the family who can model these tools for them. About Today's Guest: Subrena Hicks is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Kansas. She strives to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment while showing compassion to help identify current life stresses, and create new, healthier patterns. She believes in helping people overcome life's struggles by focusing on each person's individual needs, and meeting people where they are at. She received her bachelor's in business administration and management from Friends University and completed her Master of Arts in Counseling at MidAmerica Nazarene University in 2016. She is currently a Nationally Certified Counselor and works with a variety of clients such as individuals, couples, families, and adolescents. Her treatment approach to therapy is Experiential and attachment based. Mentioned in the Episode: Love in Gray Counseling website Love in Gray Counseling Therapy Toolbox Love in Gray Facebook page Loving What Is by Byron Katie Big Shifts Foundation Counseling at Your Wellness Connection Quadrants of Well-Being Hoffman Process Feelings and Emotion Chart for Kids PsychologyToday.com to find a therapist in your area Therapy for Black Girls
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the Intuit Trainer/Writer Network & Elite-level QuickBooks ProAdvisor of Royalwise Solutions, Inc., Alicia Katz Pollock. Connecting with Alicia Katz is an excellent choice if you want to improve your QuickBooks skills and knowledge. As a Top 10 ProAdvisor and a Intuit Trainer/Writer Network member, Alicia is a leading expert in QuickBooks and related software programs. She has authored several books on QuickBooks and MS Word, and is a top-rated speaker at industry events. She offers personalized coaching and online training programs tailored to your unique needs and goals. Her patient and engaging teaching style ensures that you will learn in a fun and easy-to-understand way. Whether a small business owner or a QuickBooks professional, Alicia can help you improve your skills and take your understanding of QuickBooks to the next level. About Alicia Katz Pollock: Alicia is the QBO Rock Star at Learn.Royalwise.com. As a Top 10 ProAdvisor and a member of the Intuit Trainer/Writer Network, Alicia has five QuickBooks and MS Word books on Amazon, leads weekly QuickBooks training webinars, and runs a QBO Coaching program. She is a top-rated speaker at QuickBooks Connect, Scaling New Heights, and Intuit's Certification Road Show. With a Masters of Arts in Teaching, 30+ years of tech industry experience, and a mile-long list of professional certifications, Alicia expertly blends deep subject matter expertise and patient guidance to provide an easy and fun online learning environment. About Royalwise Solutions, Inc.: Royalwise is a computer training and support company that specializes in teaching popular software programs, such as Apple, Microsoft, and Intuit. With over 30 years of teaching experience, Royalwise offers an extensive library of online classes, live webinars, video tutorials, and personalized 1-on-1 support for learners of all skill levels. What sets Royalwise apart is their commitment to making learning fun and engaging. Their curriculum is infused with humor and entertainment, and their instructors are experts at simplifying complex topics for everyday learners. Royalwise also offers support for businesses, helping them optimize their technology and increase productivity. With a focus on assisting clients to find success and happiness through technology, Royalwise is a trusted resource for individuals and organizations alike. Apply to be a Guest on The Thoughtful Entrepreneur: https://go.upmyinfluence.com/podcast-guest Links Mentioned in this Episode: Want to learn more? Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. website at https://royalwise.com/ Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/royalwise-solutions/ Check out Allies4me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/allies4me Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/royalwisesolutions/ Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. on Facebook at
Compline: An Evening Liturgy for Anxious Souls
This is the Sunday evening liturgy during Eastertide for the Compline podcast from the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. For more about the Center for Worship and the Arts, as well as the resources we provide, visit us at https://www.samford.edu/worship-arts/. CREDITS: © 2021 Center for Worship and the Arts, Samford University. Engineered and produced by Wen Reagan for the Center for Worship and the Arts at Samford University. SPOKEN WORD: Wen Reagan, Stacy Love, Tracy Hanrahan, Meagan Kennedy, Pierce Moffett, Eden Walker. MUSIC: Wen Reagan: vocals, guitars, keys, pad. “Compline #1” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music. “Compline #2” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music. “Wait on the Lord” by Wen Reagan, © 2020 Sursum Corda Music, CCLI #7145633. TEXTS: The liturgical words for this podcast series include original phrasings, but were primarily curated and designed from several public domain sources, including “An Order for Compline” from the Anglican and Episcopal Book of Common Prayer and collects collected from Grace Cathedral. SOUNDS: The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. "Door, Front, Opening, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org. "Door, Front, Closing, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org. “06 – Crackling Candle.wav” by 14GPanskaLetko_Dominik of Freesound.org. “Lights a Candle Light with a Match” by straget of Freesound.org. The following sound effects were used in this podcast series and are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA. “Soft Shoes Walking on a Dirt Road” by Nagwense of Freesound.org. “Match Being Lit.wav” by Jeanet_Henning of Freesound.org. “Candle Blow.wav” by Bee09 of
Keyth Pankau was baptized a member of the Church about six months after joining the Navy when he was 21 years old. He spent nine years in the Navy, including deployments to Fallujah, Iraq, as a member of a convoy security team, and providing relief immediately following Hurricane Katrina. During this time he obtained a degree in Persian Studies from the Defense Language Institute and a bachelor of science. Keyth continued to serve in the Church between deployments as a youth Sunday School teacher, a Gospel Doctrine teacher, a counselor in the Young Men presidency, and a scoutmaster, along with serving while deployed as a sacrament group leader. Keyth was selected as a Direct Commission Intelligence Officer and switched over to the Coast Guard where he continued a life of travel and service with much shorter trips. He was a dual career track officer (Intelligence/Operations Ashore Response) where he specialized in crisis/emergency management. In the Coast Guard, Keyth also completed his Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University and a Master of Science in Environmental from Louisiana State University. During this time, Keyth served as a 2nd counselor in a Young Men's presidency, scoutmaster, Young Men president, second counselor in a bishopric, ward mission leader, and a branch president. When the Baton Rouge Temple was rededicated he started serving as an ordinance worker and continues in that capacity today. He is also the bishop of his ward and has been serving for about a year. Keyth currently works as a civil servant for the Coast Guard and is pursuing a doctor of education in Applied Learning Sciences from the University of Miami. He is the producer, host, and content creator of the podcast "That ALL Might Be Edified: Discussions on Servant Leadership". Keyth and his wife Tiffany have two daughters and one granddaughter. Originally from Washington, Keyth spent about a year in Illinois and met Tiffany in California. They have also served & lived in Georgia, Alaska, and twice in Louisiana, where they now reside. Highlights 02:00 Introduction to Keyth and the episode theme 03:20 Keyth's background in the Coast Guard, serving as bishop, and his podcast 07:15 Search and rescue and how it relates to church leadership 13:41 The indicators that we can use in the Church to search for the individuals who might need rescue 15:10 Keyth shares a personal experience he has had with a member in his ward. 19:10 Coming together as a ward council to help one individual: Keyth shares how a targeted approach can work in search and rescue. 21:00 Finding the families that need help. How do you do it? What to look for and tools to help. Your ward council is your team. 27:30 Not everyone wants to be rescued. Not everyone is excited to help either. We have to try to help them understand that the Lord wants what is best for them. 33:10 Who are the bystanders in the ward? Who is not active in the Lord's vineyard? What invitations could we make to them to help them feel the Lord's love? 37:40 Coming together as a ward council to find people that need invitations 39:15 Helping the bystander. It's more than just giving them a calling. We need to invite them to do inspired things. Maybe what they need is help finding friends. 41:40 Keyth shares an analogy about boats and making sure they are seaworthy. In the same way individuals have to be ready and "seaworthy" before they can go out and rescue others. 49:20 As a council we have to learn how to ask better questions. What do you like? What works for you? What skills do you have? We have to understand who someone is and what skills they have. Then we can harness those gifts and skills to help them get active in the vineyard. 50:20 Where are you at? How are you really doing? Get used to asking these questions and create an environment where people will answer you truthfully and vulnerably.
Are we in a new age of information warfare? The technology to create deepfakes has progressed steadily over the past decade and enables anyone to create videos of people saying and doing things they didn't actually say or do. But the idea of manipulating video to spread misinformation is almost as old as film itself. Presenter Iszi Lawrence invites a panel of experts to tackle your questions about AI technology and the uses of deepfakes. Is this something we should be concerned or excited about? What can be done to detect and block malicious content? And what does this mean for our understanding of truth and reality? Iszi is joined by Francesca Panetta, Director of the AKO Storytelling Institute at the University of the Arts, London; Joshua Glick, Visiting Associate Professor of Film and Electronic Arts at Bard College, NY and Samantha Cole, senior Editor at Motherboard/Vice and author of 'How Sex Changed the Internet'. We also hear from artist and technologist Halsey Burgund and from listeners Brandy and Ahmad. Image: A digitised face Image Credit: Getty Images
Journey to Jupiter: Discover the Life You'll Create
Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Casby Bias earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at Marquette University and a Master of Arts in Television, Radio, and Film at Syracuse University. She is currently a podcast producer for iHeartMedia as well as the podcast animator, Executive Producer and host of “Adulting 101 with Casby Bias,” a podcast that teaches young professionals how to survive the life-after-college transition. In this episode, Casby shares: The challenges she encountered upon moving out to California to pursue her dream of making it in Hollywood as an animator How she pivoted from pursuing a career as a creative to working in corporate communications, and how working in corporate communications lead her back to the creative space she was seeking in the first place The sense of failure she felt when moving back in with her parents and tips on how to navigate similar feelings when things don't go as planned Why the pandemic inspired the birth of her adulting podcast How producing her own podcast lead to her current job at iHeartMedia and what a podcast producer's day-to-day on the job looks like Mentioned in this episode: Inroads Connect with Casby at firstname.lastname@example.org and check out her podcast "Adulting 101 with Casby Bias" for more tips on adulting! ----- Sign up for my contact list to be the first to know about new offerings and to receive my note on all things! You can also stay connected with Journey to Jupiter via..... · Email: email@example.com · Website: jetaundavis.com · Instagram: @JourneyJupiter · Twitter: @JourneyJupiter · Facebook: @JourneyJupiter ----- Produced by Ken Inge of Dead End Hip Hop
A brand new platform that could revolutionize business for quilters! I dive in with Carly, General Manager of Arts and Handmade, who shares all about Whatnot and how their platform could be a great place to sell patterns, fabric, notions and more. As we go over what it is and how it could help your business, your wheels will turn and you will become excited about this opportunity to enhance your business and gain community and connections. This platform could really be a game changer for the quilting industry! Turn your CRAFT into a CAREER! Did you find this podcast helpful? Find more creative business takeaways, tutorials, courses, plus much more below. SHOW NOTES: https://quilterscandy.com/podcast/ QUILTERS CANDY WEBSITE: https://quilterscandy.com/ INSTAGRAM: Craft to Career Podcast @crafttocareer Quilters Candy @quilters_candy
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. Why film and TV writers are striking and the new economic picture of the industry in the streaming age. (First) | Though much of the media referred to Heather Armstrong of Dooce.com as "queen of the mommy bloggers," the moniker did not do her work justice. Jo Piazza offers an appreciation (Starts at 20:35) | WNYC/Gothamist's Steve Smith and Precious Fondren preview some of the summer's hottest concerts, from small venues to arenas. (Starts at 44:59) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.
Ari Shapiro, a host of NPR's All Things Considered, performer with Pink Martini and with Alan Cumming, and the author of The Best Strangers in the World: Stories from a Life Spent Listening (HarperOne, 2023), talks about his work as a journalist - and as a performer.
Listeners call in to test their knowledge of local history—for bragging rights and a prize. ...And who's buried in Grant's Tomb? The correct response is that Ulysses S Grant is entombed there with his wife Julia Grant.
With so many not-to-be-missed cultural offerings this summer, Steve Smith, WNYC/Gothamist culture and arts editor, shares some of the highlights. Today, he previews some of the top offerings for classical music, opera, jazz and more.
Listeners talk about the experience of being famous for a short period of time and share how it has or has not shaped the rest of their lives.
This week, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a slate of bills targeting what teachers can -- or cannot -- teach in school. Sommer Brugal, K-12 education reporter for the Miami Herald, reports on the latest on those bills plus why a Florida teacher is under investigation for showing a Disney film in class that features two gay characters.
Listeners call to test their knowledge of the geography of NYC and the local area.