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Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan
498 - Ian Urbina (Journalist / The Outlaw Ocean)

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 62:12


Ian Urbina is an investigative reporter who writes for a variety of outlets, including The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Atlantic. Urbina is the author of The New York Times bestseller The Outlaw Ocean, based on more than five years of reporting, much of it offshore, exploring lawlessness on the high seas. As a journalist, his investigations typically focus on human rights, worker safety and the environment, and he has received a Pulitzer Prize and a George Polk Award, and has been nominated for an Emmy. (Wikipedia) The Outlaw Ocean Project is here, and the Outlaw Ocean Music Project is here. Find Ian on Twitter and Instagram. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; "Mother Moana," by Joel Havea; "Smoke Alarm," by Carsie Blanton. 

The Long View
Zachary Karabell: Brown Brothers Harriman Is the Story of American Capitalism

The Long View

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 48:30


Our guest on the podcast today is author Zachary Karabell. He's written numerous books about global history, economics, and politics. His latest is called Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power. BackgroundBio WebsiteTwitter: @zacharykarabellThe Progress NetworkBrown Brothers Harriman Career/InvestingInside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power, by Zachary Karabell, 2021.“Zachary Karabell: How a Boring Bank Shaped the Rise of American Power," by Jane Wollman Rusoff, ThinkAdvisor.com, July 30, 2021.The Leading Indicators: A Short History of the Numbers That Rule Our World, by Zachary Karabell, 2014."Capitalism Doesn't Have to Be This Way," by Zachary Karabell, The Atlantic, May 21, 2021.“The Capitalist Culture That Built America,” by Zachary Karabell, The Wall Street Journal, May 14, 2021.“Fannie, Freddie, and the Destructive Dream of the 'Ownership Society,' ” by Zachary Karabell, The Atlantic, Aug. 10, 2013.“A House Is a Home--Not an Investment,” by Zachary Karabell, The Atlantic, Sept. 13, 2013.C-Span Inside Money, hosted by Museum of American Finance in New York City, July 14, 2021. ChinaSuperfusion: How China and America Became One Economy and Why the World's Prosperity Depends on It, by Zachary Karabell, 2009“Trump Got China All Wrong. Now Biden Is Too,” by Zachary Karabell, Foreign Policy, March 24, 2021“China's Didi Crackdown Isn't All That Different From U.S. Moves Against Big Tech,” by Zachary Karabell, Time, July 9, 2021.

Keen On Democracy
Myisha Cherry on Anger as a Tool for Defeating Racism

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 33:01


In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Myisha Cherry, the author of “The Case for Rage: Why Anger is Essential to Anti-Racist Struggle”, to discuss why anger does not deserve its bad reputation and how it can be channeled to create change. Myisha Cherry is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of California, Riverside. Her research interest lies at the intersection of moral psychology and social and political philosophy. More specifically she is interested in the role of emotions and attitudes in public life. In addition to her academic work, she has written publicly about political emotions, race, and justice for the Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, Salon, The Boston Review, New Philosopher, WomanKind, and the Huffington Post. Visit our website: https://lithub.com/story-type/keen-on/ Email Andrew: a.keen@me.com Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankeen/ Watch the show live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lithub Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LiteraryHub/videos Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://andrew2ec.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wheels Off with Rhett Miller

Actress and writer Mara Wilson joins Rhett to talk about why she enjoys writing dialogue, how her childhood pointed her in the direction of becoming a storyteller, and effective ways to overcome mental health struggles. Mara also dives deep on why she values social ties in the context of creation, and tells Rhett about how her work becomes more clear to her as time passes. Mara Wilson is an actress and writer from Burbank, CA. She gained initial recognition for playing Natalie Hillard in the film Mrs. Doubtfire in 1993, and went on to play significant roles in Miracle on 34th Street, Matilda, Simple Wish, and Thomas and the Magic Railroad. After taking a 12-year hiatus from acting, Mara re-entered the field again in 2012, and since then has predominantly worked in web series. She is an associate editor at The Atlantic, and in this episode she distills with Rhett the wisdom that she's learned throughout her creative life.Wheels Off is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and produced by Rhett Miller. Co-produced by Kirsten Cluthe in partnership with Nick Ruffini (Revoice Media). Editing by Justin Thomas. Production Assistance by Matt Bavuso. Music by OLD 97's. Episode artwork by Katherine Boils. Show logo by Tim Skirven. Revisit previous episodes of Wheels Off with Rosanne Cash, Rob Thomas, Will Forte, Lydia Loveless, Allison Moorer, Ted Leo, Rainn Wilson, Nick Hornby, Pete Yorn, Liz Phair, and more. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also ask Alexa to play it. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Apple News Today
Why time may be running out for Biden's climate plan

Apple News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 7:41


President Biden’s climate agenda seems to be in trouble, the Guardian reports. The Atlantic says he cannot declare victory on climate without one of two key policies, and the chances of passing either are getting slimmer. A Brooklyn apartment building was a peaceful home until residents started dying in brutal, mysterious ways. New York Magazine has the story. The Washington Post goes inside a new recruiting program for cybersecurity jobs that takes inspiration from the world of professional video gaming. Colombia is putting its hippos on birth control. CNN explains the effort to manage the invasive species, which was originally brought to the country by notorious drug trafficker Pablo Escobar.

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
The NFL's emails featuring New York Times writer Ken Belson and Jemele Hill. Plus, Grant Wahl on soccer writing as a profession

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 91:23


Episode 164 of the Sports Media Podcast features three guests. First up is New York Times writer Ken Belson, who covers the NFL for that media outlet. Belson joined with Katherine Rosman to report on the 650,000 emails the NFL is reported to be looking at regarding the workplace conduct with the Washington Football Team. He is followed by Jemele Hill, a contributing writer for The Atlantic, the host of the “Jemele Hill is Unbothered” podcast for Spotify, and a creative adviser for Meadowlark Media. She is followed by Grant Wahl, who writes the Futbol with Grant Wahl newsletter and works with CBS Sports and Meadowlark Media. In this podcast Belson discusses the challenges of covering the NFL; when he started working on stories about the review of workplace misconduct at the Washington Football Team; why readers should care about this story; his access to emails from Jon Gruden; whether the NYT is actively trying to get more of these emails; league attorney Jeff Pash's role in the story; the nearly naked photos of former Washington cheerleaders being passed around; whether the Raiders would have released Gruden without the later batch of emails; whether there are emails he has seen that he has yet to write about it; Adam Schefter and his email to Bruce Allen and much more.  Hill discusses how she viewed the NFL email story; her column on the NFL being full of Jon Grudens; whether ESPN has any incentive to cover the story aggressively; Gruden as ESPN's longtime lead NFL analyst; the revelations about Adam Schefter's email to Bruce Allen and much more. Wahl discusses his decision to start a Substack and what readers can expect from his work; how he pays for travel and an editor; whether he has experienced any access issues since leaving SI;  Meg Linehan's reporting on the NWSL; the prospects of the U.S. and Canada making the men's World Cup in 2022 and more.   You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SheSez with Linda Grasso
Why We Need To Better Understand Women Who Choose Not To Have Kids

SheSez with Linda Grasso

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 36:09


An enlightening conversation with two women who have made it part of their life's mission to give people a better understanding of women who choose not to have children—and to dispel some of the myths that surround those decisions (Gosh, she must have had a terrible childhood...) Dr. Amy Blackstone is Professor of Sociology at the University of Maine. Her book Childfree by Choice (Dutton, 2019) offers a definitive investigation into the history and growing movement of adults choosing to forgo parenthood.  Meghan Daum is the author of five books, including the New York Times bestseller, Selfish, Shallow & Self-Absorbed: Sixteen Writers On The Decision Not To Have Kids. She has written for  magazines including The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine and The Atlantic.  Meghan also hosts The Unspeakable Podcast.

Gone Medieval
Vikings & Mice: The Reach of Norse Explorations?

Gone Medieval

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 30:27


The Azores, an autonomous region of Portugal in the middle of the Atlantic, was said to be discovered in 1427 by Portuguese explorer Diogo de Silves. However, new studies of the land suggest the Portuguese may not have been the island's first inhabitants. The key to these studies? Mice. Similarities have been found between Azorean and northern European mice. In this episode, Cat is joined by Ecology and Evolutionary Biologist Dr. Jeremy Searle from Cornell University. We delve into this unexpected location of Viking occupancy, exploring Jeremy's research on the land and the mice who can tell us more about our complex history. What can mice tell us about the movement of people in the past? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Keen On Democracy
Vanessa Veselka on what the Next American Revolution Might Look Like

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 39:18


In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Vanessa Veselka, the author of “Zazen”, to tell a story of activism, police violence, and white guilt in a not so distant dystopian America. Vanessa Veselka has been at various times, a teenage runaway, a sex-worker, a musician, a union organizer, and a student of paleontology. Her work appears in GQ, Bitch, The Atlantic, Tin House, Zyzzyva and Best American Essays. Visit our website: https://lithub.com/story-type/keen-on/ Email Andrew: a.keen@me.com Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankeen/ Watch the show live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lithub Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LiteraryHub/videos Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://andrew2ec.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1A
What We Lose When We Lose Local News

1A

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 32:41


A new investigation by The Atlantic looks into Alden Global Capital, the secretive hedge fund that's gutted newsroom staff and owns more than 200 papers across the country including The Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, and the New York Daily News.We speak to the reporter behind that investigation about what is lost when local newspapers are shut down.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

The Takeaway
The Global Supply Chain Is A Mess 2021-10-18

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 52:38


The Global Supply Chain Is A Mess  One of the continuing consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic is the disruption of supply chains. The global supply chain is slowing down at a time when demand is high. The Takeaway spoke to Derek Thompson, staff writer for The Atlantic, about the complex issues causing shortages on store shelves and slowdowns in services. Are Toys Becoming More Gender Neutral? Last week, LEGO — the world's largest toy maker — announced it would make its toys more gender neutral. And earlier this month, the state of California passed a law requiring large retailers to display toys and childcare items in gender-neutral ways. All of this comes as the debate intensifies over whether toys create and perpetuate gender stereotypes. We spoke with Elizabeth Sweet, assistant professor of sociology at San Jose State University to look at both developments, the history of gendered toys, the push to make toys more gender neutral, and more. Terence Blanchard is First Black Composer at Metropolitan Opera House Terence Blanchard joined today's show.You may already be familiar with Terence Blanchard as a 6-time Grammy winner, jazz trumpet player and composer of over 40 film scores, earning him a BAFTA and Academy Award nominee for Best Original Score for Spike Lee's 2018 film, BlacKkKlansman. Blanchard also happens to write operas. He composed Fire Shut Up in My Bones, based on Charles Blow's memoir of the same title, and it is the first opera by a Black composer to be housed at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.  For transcripts, see individual segment pages. 

The Takeaway
The Global Supply Chain Is A Mess 2021-10-18

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 52:38


The Global Supply Chain Is A Mess  One of the continuing consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic is the disruption of supply chains. The global supply chain is slowing down at a time when demand is high. The Takeaway spoke to Derek Thompson, staff writer for The Atlantic, about the complex issues causing shortages on store shelves and slowdowns in services. Are Toys Becoming More Gender Neutral? Last week, LEGO — the world's largest toy maker — announced it would make its toys more gender neutral. And earlier this month, the state of California passed a law requiring large retailers to display toys and childcare items in gender-neutral ways. All of this comes as the debate intensifies over whether toys create and perpetuate gender stereotypes. We spoke with Elizabeth Sweet, assistant professor of sociology at San Jose State University to look at both developments, the history of gendered toys, the push to make toys more gender neutral, and more. Terence Blanchard is First Black Composer at Metropolitan Opera House Terence Blanchard joined today's show.You may already be familiar with Terence Blanchard as a 6-time Grammy winner, jazz trumpet player and composer of over 40 film scores, earning him a BAFTA and Academy Award nominee for Best Original Score for Spike Lee's 2018 film, BlacKkKlansman. Blanchard also happens to write operas. He composed Fire Shut Up in My Bones, based on Charles Blow's memoir of the same title, and it is the first opera by a Black composer to be housed at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.  For transcripts, see individual segment pages. 

Reopening America
The Nasty Logistics of Returning Your Online Purchases

Reopening America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 15:00


What happens when you order things online and send them back? You may think it makes its way back to the shelf and on its way to another person, but that is rarely true. Oftentimes items make their way to bulk resellers overseas, stripped for parts, or just thrown away. Returns are a big problem for companies that are expected to have generous return policies as a default. These reverse logistics are many times cost prohibitive to deal with. Amanda Mull, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins us for the nasty logistics of returning your online items. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

We Should Talk About That
The Addiction Inoculation: Raising Healthy Kids in a Culture of Dependence with NYT Bestselling Author, Jessica Lahey

We Should Talk About That

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 54:06


In this supportive, life-saving resource, the New York Times bestselling author of The Gift of Failure helps parents and educators understand the roots of substance abuse and identify who is most at risk for addiction, and offers practical steps for prevention.Jessica Lahey was born into a family with a long history of alcoholism and drug abuse. Despite her desire to thwart her genetic legacy, she became an alcoholic and didn't find her way out until her early forties. Jessica has worked as a teacher in substance abuse programs for teens, and was determined to inoculate her two adolescent sons against their most dangerous inheritance. All children, regardless of their genetics, are at some risk for substance abuse. According to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, teen drug addiction is the nation's largest preventable and costly health problem. Despite the existence of proven preventive strategies, nine out of ten adults with substance use disorder report they began drinking and taking drugs before age eighteen. The Two Jess(es) welcome this incredible third Jess, once again, for another rattling WeSTAT conversation on the topic of alcohol, your kids, substance abuse disorder, and how our relationship to ALL of it, desperately needs to be examined- for the sake of our children's brain development.Meet Jessica!Jessica Lahey writes about education, parenting, and child welfare for The Washington Post, the New York Times, and The Atlantic and is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed. She is a member of the Amazon Studios Thought Leader Board and wrote the curriculum for Amazon Kids' The Stinky and Dirty Show. She lives in Vermont with her husband and two sons.To learn more, go to: https://www.jessicalahey.com/Support the show (http://www.paypal.com)

The Daily Dive
Bill Clinton Gets Out of the Hospital and the Nasty Logistics of Returning Your Online Purchases

The Daily Dive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 25:14


It is always a little worrisome when a former president goes into the hospital, but former President Bill Clinton has responded well to his medications and been discharged after a urological infection went into his bloodstream. He will now go back home to NY to continue treatment. Ginger Gibson, deputy Washington digital editor at NBC News joins us for the update on Bill Clinton and what is next for election day. The race for governor in Virginia and school board races across the country are making education a central issue as critical race theory and Covid rules loom large.  Next, what happens when you order things online and send them back? You may think it makes its way back to the shelf and on its way to another person, but that is rarely true. Oftentimes items make their way to bulk resellers overseas, stripped for parts, or just thrown away. Returns are a big problem for companies that are expected to have generous return policies as a default. These reverse logistics are many times cost prohibitive to deal with. Amanda Mull, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins us for the nasty logistics of returning your online items. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Atlantic Underground Podcast
Atlantic Underground Podcast Episode #73 ( Guest Patrick Manning Part 2)

Atlantic Underground Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 104:43


Atlantic Underground Podcast Episode #73 (Guest Patrick Manning Part 2)   In this episode we catch up with Patrick Manning, creator of the website in-fact.ca based out of Nova Scotia, Canada. He has been dissecting the data on COVID-19 from the start of this pandemic. In an age of media spin, misinformation, and click bait headlines, in-FACT provides truth based on facts backed by data to help you form your own conclusions.   Disclaimer: The views expressed by guests on this podcast are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Atlantic Underground Podcast.   Become a patron on podbean and help the podcast grow https://patron.podbean.com/atlanticunderground   Become a patron with Patreon and get access to exclusive content and many other rewards! Thank you for your continued support! https://www.patreon.com/atlanticunderground   Listen on Podbean https://atlanticundergroundpodcast.podbean.com/   Follow us on LBRY/Odysee https://lbry.tv/@AtlanticUndergroundPodcast:6   Subscribe to our YouTube Channel  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8F-C6FUy1Zq2eMQzWKUvA   Our Website https://atlanticundergroundpodcast.blogspot.com/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/atlanticundergroundpodcast/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AtlanticUnderg1 Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atlanticundergroundpodcast/ Follow us on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JvQ1r4z0GFLD/ Follow us on Brand New Tube https://brandnewtube.com/@atlanticundergroundpodcast Follow us on Telegram https://t.me/atlanticundergroundpodcast Follow us on Rumble https://rumble.com/c/c-296012 Follow us on Minds https://www.minds.com/atlanticundergroundpodcast Check out out back catalog at Atl Censored https://altcensored.com/channel/UCqdp6YaBSc_62rNTItl-dhg in-Fact Facebook https://www.facebook.com/inFACTns in-Fact Twitter https://twitter.com/inFACTns in-Fact Telegram Channel https://t.me/inFACTchannel in-Fact Website https://www.in-fact.ca/?fbclid=IwAR0EX1YUdY7-gOBzjFWPLce38qI5LtZmIcsAY7w5gd3Yk2x5wb3PdDJYkj4   Monopoly- Who owns the World Documentary https://rumble.com/vmyx1n-monopoly-who-owns-the-world-documentary-by-tim-gielen.html  

Indy Ball Report
Episode 136: The Final Showdown

Indy Ball Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 48:14


The guys are back to recap the NDCS and SDCS. Then give a preview of the ALCS. It's all ALPB this week.

Baked and Awake
Dead Internet Theory

Baked and Awake

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 91:00


Baked and Awake Podcast 121 October 14 2021   Algorithms, Bots, Corporate, Internet, Social Media, Content Drift, Link Rot, Internet Rot, Potemkin Village , Google Search results, Deepfakes, Misinformation, FB Whistleblower, The Dunbar Number, Social Engineering Theory, COINTELPRO, Forum Sliding, Gaslight culture, Straw Men, Memetic weaponization, Devils' Advocate, Verifying the identity of someone on the internet is hard! Voice actors   In politics and economics, a Potemkin village is any construction (literal or figurative) whose sole purpose is to provide an external façade to a country that is faring poorly, making people believe that the country is faring better. The term comes from stories of a fake portable village built by Grigory Potemkin, former lover of Empress Catherine II, solely to impress the Empress during her journey to Crimea in 1787. While modern historians agree that accounts of this portable village are exaggerated, the original story was that Potemkin erected phony portable settlements along the banks of the Dnieper River in order to impress the Russian Empress; the structures would be disassembled after she passed, and re-assembled farther along her route to be viewed again as if another example.   Dead Internet Theory- what is it and why do we care?  Hello, welcome back once again to the Baked and Awake Podcast. I know it's been a few weeks since I read you all the story of The Smoky God, which if you missed it came back in September in two parts- but we are back together at the desk today to talk about a number of more contemporary matters, some of which I'm openly asking for your assistance with as regards fully understanding the matters described in the contents of one particular website I found recently while researching the initial topic, The Dead Internet Theory. Sounds awesome, doesn't it?  Dystopian even.  I'm sure there's an episode of Black Mirror about this out there somewhere, you know I never finished that particular anthology probably because it was all too believable to me, maybe. So, to explain a bit- the Dead Internet Theory seems to have come into existence just over the past year now online in forums like 4chan, reddit, and one much lesser known and truly unique community that I learned of called Agora Road, where threads discussing the extent of the theory have been written and heavily commented upon. Personally, I think I came across this on YouTube, where just a few but quite decent short pieces have been made on the topic, and I'll leave links to them below- and those videos sent me off a researching, including to a referenced recent journalistic piece written on The Dead Internet that was printed in The Atlantic back in August. I'll also be linking to the full article, but please be advised I believe The Atlantic only lets you read one or two articles per month without subscribing to the mag, so if you've just been bouncing off their website daily lately reading all their content like some kind of High falootin news addict, well you might just bump up against their paywall.  In that case I guess listen to me for a few more minutes then go find those videos in the description or show notes.  Long time listeners of the podcast will probably be well on their way already in terms of deducing what this is all about.  This theory is right in line with topics we have been talking about for years now here on the podcast, right?  Deepfakes, Artificial Intelligence, Pervasive Mass Surveillance and Social Engineering- Cybernetics, Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. Those are all homework assignments for new listeners by the way.  Pretty much every phrase I just uttered there is a past show topic on one or more occasions, so feel free to dive into those archives because that's what they're there for, and every show I've ever produced includes a detailed show notes section with the resources I used to come up with the episode you're listening to.    And now, let's have a look at the think piece from The Atlantic to get a clear picture of what this dreadfully believable theory is all about. The piece was I think very well written by its creator, Kaitlyn Tiffany, so let's, shall we?    Former Colleague of mine from LinkedIn: Last summer googles results after the 5 or 6 item totally turned to garbage link bait, ripped and sliced diced sentence fragments that had logical meaning to the index but only negative net value. Especally frustrating if it was a technical paper that had citations, references to it were always to some sort of site that was craled and had its ip address in the results. Its gotten better, but it was a dark hole there for a while.   DEADGPK YT: I have only heard of it a few weeks ago as a full theory. Before there have been many things about AI being able to create things such as music, art and I believe there's an AI that even runs a YouTube channel. I have also looked into the digital influencers that have become popular or the years and they started around 2017 if i remember. While it's an interesting theory and definitely worth discussions, I'm not totally convinced it to the point of total AI take over. But it seems that it is definitely headed in that direction. Much of the interaction on social media seems manufactured to the point where you will see several accounts post the same exact thing. Bots are definitely used these days and it for the spread of misinformation imo.    Anecdotal from Nicole: Yesterday Nicole told me that she saw a post (likely on IG) that said something about “Conservatives are now waiting for Progressive accounts on Twitter to promulgate tweets that they know to be false out on the platform, and only when they know the meme has gained sufficient traction to maybe get to trending, they mass report the posts therefore often causing many people to be either suspended or banned from the platform. I said “that sounds like Culture Hacking to me”   What is Cult State?  A Website I found while researching The Dead Internet.  Help me understand what we've got a hold of here, and let me tell you what I've seen so far.  www.cultstate.com https://jigsaw.google.com/issues/#project-shield   https://therules.org/culture-hacking/ This is the article you need to read. “Welcome to The Butterfly War” https://www.cultstate.com/2017/10/13/The-Butterfly-War/ Pseudiom YT Channel and Dead Internet Theory Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEIZHlfjAT8   A White Paper cited early in Pseudiom's excellent video is itself a treasure trove of insight, and dated back to 2001: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jep/3336451.0007.104?view=text;rgn=main Agora Road's Thread about Dead Internet https://forum.agoraroad.com/index.php?threads/dead-internet-theory-most-of-the-internet-is-fake.3011/page-6#post-15579   Join the Baked and Awake Discord: https://discord.gg/BKJ52JQ   My Website: www.bakedandawake.com  Email me: talktous@bakedandawake.com  Official Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/bakedandawake   My Peertube Channel: https://peertube.co.uk/accounts/baked_and_awake/video-channels    My LBRY Channel:  https://lbry.tv/@BakedandAwake:3?r=51gFhcjfVTWDBrSitnYrno8DVNqw3nHU   New 2021 Baked and Awake Podcast Theme Song by DJ Quod with original Viola Composition from Begin Scarseth.  Follow @thefamilyquod on Instagram to hear more    Additional Ambient Music generously provided by Antti Luode (http://www.soundclick.com/AnttiLuode),http://www.soundclick.com/_mobileFrame.cfm?bandID=1277008   Additional Music Provided with permission by Northwest Grab aka https://summoningsickness.bandcamp.com   I'm a Wikipedia Editor! (and you can be, too) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Stephen_Cominski   DON'T CLICK THIS LINK: https://bit.ly/36towQy

Guy Benson Show
Guy Benson Show - 10-15-2021

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 109:53


Guy Benson Show - 10-15-2021 [00:00:00] 3:06 pm - Pete Buttigieg has been on paternit [00:13:28] 3:24 pm - Atlantic writer asks Bee EIC what jo [00:18:21] 3:35 pm - Miranda Devine, NY Post Columnist, F [00:34:15] 3:55 pm - Question: How has inflation affected [00:36:37] 4:06 pm - Question: How has inflation affected [00:51:44] 4:26 pm - Hunter Biden laptop story anniversar [00:54:56] 4:35 pm - Julie Banderas, Fox News Channel Anc [01:10:32] 4:55 pm - Biden Supreme Court commission oppos [01:13:13] 5:06 pm - Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) [01:27:47] 5:25 pm - Movie Talk [01:31:35] 5:35 pm - Tim Murtaugh, Former communications [01:44:46] 5:52 pm - Guy Benson Show.

In The Thick
ITT Sound Off: The Backlash

In The Thick

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 19:54


Julio and guest co-host Jamilah King, deputy inequality editor at Buzzfeed News, give an immigration update, including Maria Hinojosa's reporting in Mississippi for Latino USA which followed up on the massive ICE workplace raid in 2019. They also talk about NFL coach Jon Gruden's resignation in light of emails revealing misogynistic, racist and homophobic comments. And, they debrief the controversy around Dave Chappelle's recent comedy special on Netflix.ITT Staff Picks: Be sure to listen to Latino USA's recent episode, where Maria Hinojosa and producer Reynaldo Leaños Jr. traveled back to Mississippi this year to follow up on their reporting about the massive immigration raid that took place in 2019.On the controversy surrounding former Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, Jemele Hill writes that the NFL “will never fix its own corrosive, institutionalized racism without more fundamental change,” for The Atlantic. For GQ, poet and author Saeed Jones writes about the hurt and betrayal he felt on watching Dave Chappelle make transphobic and homophobic comments in his new Netflix special, “The Closer.”Photo credit: Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Soccer Down Here
SDH on USL Championship: Charleston-Hartford Highlights plus your weekend review/preview

Soccer Down Here

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 12:23


It was a crazy game at Patriots Point for two teams in the Atlantic and we get you ready for the playoff races and the regular season finish!

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio
Digital Dependence in the Global South

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 25:11


Rev. David Federwitz — Regional Director for Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, and Cameroon for Lutheran Bible Translators (LBT), joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the daily life for the people groups served by LBT, the role of technology and digital communications in these cultures, and how the recent social media outage affected these cultures in a very different way than for residents of the United States. Learn more about the work of Lutheran Bible Translators at lbt.org, and listen to the Bible at lbt.org/livingwater. Read more about this in an article from The Atlantic at theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2021/10/whatsapp-outage-hit-global-south-hardest/620312.

Climate Connections
Ghost forests are an eerie sign of rising seas

Climate Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 1:31


Look for these weird stands of dead or dying trees the next time you're driving along the Atlantic coast. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/

A Taste of the Past
American Cider

A Taste of the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 49:37


Cider is delicious and it is historic. It is America's first popular alcoholic beverage, made from apples brought across the Atlantic from England in colonial times. And over the past fifteen or so years it has been enjoying something of a revival. To appreciate the differing tastes of cider one needs to know more about the apples and the history as “Cider embodies the best and worst of America's history and agricultural practices.” Cider specialists and authors Dan Pucci and Craig Cavallo delve deep into the topic in their recent book, American Cider: A Modern Guide to a Historic Beverage.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support A Taste of the Past by becoming a member!A Taste of the Past is Powered by Simplecast.

Puck Lines Podcast
BONUS: Everything Atlantic

Puck Lines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 95:51


Thanks for listening! Please rate and review our show on your favorite listening platform. Check out our website at www.pucklinespod.com. You can follow us on Twitter at @pucklinespod or on our personal handles @andrewtaverna and @connorgreen777

RadioWest
McKay Coppins On The Vultures Ravaging America's Newspapers

RadioWest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 50:51


Newspapers across America have been struggling for years. Some of that can be chalked up to failing to adjust to the digital age. But then there's the case of Alden Global Capital. It's a hedge fund, run by two men who, a new article by The Atlantic says, gutted newsrooms across the country in their pursuit of profit.

Progressive Opinions of Color (POC Podcast) - Politics and Economics with Underrepresented Voices
Voting Accessibility, National Voter IDs, California Recall Election, and Starting a Non-profit with Kat Calvin, Founder of Spread The Vote

Progressive Opinions of Color (POC Podcast) - Politics and Economics with Underrepresented Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:27


Nancy chats with Kat Calvin about voter suppression and the complexities of obtaining IDs for everyday use. Kat also talks about the California recall election and tips to starting a non-profit. Kat Calvin is the Founder and Executive Director of Spread The Vote and the Co-Founder and CEO of the Project ID Action Fund. A lawyer, activist, and social entrepreneur, Kat has built a national organization that helps Americans obtain the IDs they need for jobs, housing, and life and that also allows them to go to the polls. Kat is one of the TIME Magazine 16 People and Groups Fighting for a More Equal America, 2018 Fast Company 100 Most Creative People in Business, and has been a Business Insider 30 Under 30, The Grio 100, and more. Kat has been featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Washington Post, Atlantic, Essence, Glamour, NPR, PBS, BET, Marie Claire and many more print and digital outlets. She has been a guest commentator on MSNBC, CNN, Headline News, Sirius XM, and more. She is a frequent keynote speaker and a sought after voice for her expertise and opinions on politics, voting, ID related issues, and more.Along with STV/PID, Kat co-hosts Vote! The Podcast, is a photographer, an avid traveler, and is currently writing a book.Kat attended Mount Holyoke College and the University of Michigan Law School. She is an Army brat mostly from Seattle and Sierra Vista, AZ and currently lives in Los Angeles.Nancy: Website, Instagram, Twitter Welcome to Progressive Opinions of Color (POC), a podcast that creates space for people of color in conversations about economics, politics, and culture. Your host is Nancy Wu. Nancy is an Asian American woman, an economist, and a huge politics and policy nerd. Nancy triple majored in Economics, Government (Political Science) and Gender Studies at Dartmouth and has a Master's in Development Economics from Oxford. She works as an Economist full time and has previously worked in economic policy at the White House (under Obama, of course) and progressive think tanks.  The goal of this podcast is to engage the state of the economy, and other pressing topics in politics, economics, and culture, all through perspectives inclusive of the lived experiences of people of color. Whether you're new to politics or already a huge politics nerd, we hope this podcast inspires community and conversation among us. Join us in reimagining politics and economics with underrepresented voices.

The Brion McClanahan Show
Ep. 529: Claremont Gets It Wrong, Again

The Brion McClanahan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:45


In the past few years, the Claremont Institute has become the face of "American Conservatism." This is fueled in part by clever advertising at Hillsdale College (run by a Jaffaite) and the influence of Claremont pundits in the Trump administration and on conservative news outlets. The Atlantic sat down with Claremont President Ryan Williams and asked him about his organization and American conservatism. It exposed the weaknesses in the Claremont positions and deserved my critique. https://mcclanahanacademy.com https://brionmcclanahan.com/support http://learntruehistory.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brion-mcclanahan/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brion-mcclanahan/support

In the Envelope: An Awards Podcast

Rebecca Ferguson has combined backgrounds in music, dance, short films, and soap operas in her native Sweden to become one of today's most versatile and compelling screen stars. From life advice (“Lay your own path and have other people follow you!”) to technical secrets (she gets into character by creating a silhouette), her “In the Envelope” interview has endless value for artists at any level. “It's a really, really difficult job and it takes a lot of time,” she says of an acting career. “The more you get to know yourself, the more grounded you can be in this world of scrutiny.” After dabbling in various performing arts, Rebecca earned a Golden Globe nod for playing Elizabeth Woodville in the BBC's “The White Queen,” which launched her into a screen career on both sides of the Atlantic. Tom Cruise cast her in the “Mission Impossible” films as Ilsa Faust, and then came “Despite the Falling Snow,” “Florence Foster Jenkins,” “The Girl on the Train,” “Life,” “The Greatest Showman,” the award-winning “Doctor Sleep,” and this year's “Reminiscence.” She now stars in Denis Villeneuve's big-screen adaptation of sci-fi epic “Dune,” from Warner Bros., as the powerful Lady Jessica. Rebecca will next appear in “Mission: Impossible 7” and produce and star on the AppleTV+ series “Wool.” As Backstage gears up for Screen Actors Guild Awards season, brush up on the best and buzziest films to come: https://bit.ly/3FIzHrn --- Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage's podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today's most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, to how your favorite projects are made, to personal stories of success and failure alike. Join host Jack Smart, Awards Editor at Backstage, for this guide on how to live the creative life from those who are doing it every day: https://bit.ly/2OMryWQ Follow Backstage and In the Envelope on social media: - https://www.facebook.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/intheenvelope - https://www.instagram.com/backstagecast Looking to get cast? Subscribe here: www.backstage.com/subscribe Browse Backstage casting listings: https://bit.ly/3mth68e Check out our community-driven virtual programming, The Slate: https://bit.ly/2WDNXf0 Backstage stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement: https://bit.ly/3cuMBt5 Special thanks to... - Host: Jack Smart - Producer: Jamie Muffett - Social media: Katie Minard - Design: Mark Stinson, Caitlin Watkins - Additional support: Christine McKenna-Tirella, Kasey Howe, Samantha Sherlock, Benjamin Lindsay, Oriella St. Louis

Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1619: None Calls for Justice

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 54:44


[00:30] Donald Trump's Popularity Scares the Left (9 minutes) The left-wing Atlantic wrote about the 2016 election that Donald Trump's victory “was a serious wound to the American experiment.” To see him return “fair and square,” as the Atlantic wrote, “could be a mortal injury” to that American experiment—or rather, the Communist attack on America. [09:30] Supply Chain Breakdown (10 minutes) Joe Biden's administration is failing to keep America's supply lines moving, and it is causing a lot of anxiety and uncertainty as Americans look ahead to the winter holiday season. [19:00] Radical Prosecutors (12 minutes) The Communist puppet master George Soros is helping fund the political campaigns of radical prosecutors all over America—prosecutors who brag about freeing criminals and going soft on crime. [31:30] Joe Rogan Calls Out Sanjay Gupta (10 minutes) In an interview with Sanjay Gupta, Joe Rogan dropped multiple truth bombs on CNN's chief medical commentator. At one point, Gupta all but admitted that CNN lied about Rogan's personal battle with COVID-19 and his decision to use ivermectin to fight the virus. [41:45] Bible Study: A New Heaven and a New Earth (12 minutes) What happens after the Great White Throne Judgment and the fiery purge of Earth's surface, described in 2 Peter 3:10? You can learn the awe-inspiring truth as revealed in the Holy Bible.

The Experiment
Who Would Jesus Mock?

The Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 24:46


The satire site The Babylon Bee, a conservative Christian answer to The Onion, stirred controversy when some readers mistook its headlines for misinformation. In this episode, The Atlantic's religion reporter Emma Green sits down with the editor in chief, Kyle Mann, to talk about where he draws the line between making a joke and doing harm, and to understand what humor can reveal about American politics. Further reading: “Who Would Jesus Mock?” A transcript of this episode will soon be made available. Please check back.  Be part of The Experiment. Use the hashtag #TheExperimentPodcast, or write to us at theexperiment@theatlantic.com. This episode was produced by Gabrielle Berbey and Julia Longoria, with editing by Emily Botein and Katherine Wells. Fact-check by Michelle Ciarrocca. Sound design by David Herman, with additional engineering by Joe Plourde. Transcription by Caleb Codding.

Full Disclosure with Ben Nakhaima
The Unwritten Rules of Black Television with Hannah Giorgis

Full Disclosure with Ben Nakhaima

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:23


Hannah Giorgis, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins the podcast to discuss her cover story, "NOT ENOUGH HAS CHANGED SINCE SANFORD AND SON, The unwritten rules of Black TV." Hannah and Ben talk about the history of modern black television, who & what determines blackness, and the influence of shows like Sanford and Son and The Cosby Show. Make sure to follow @bennakhaima to stay up to date. Visit FullDisclosureWithBen.com to listen to every episode of the podcast. Subscribe to the podcast via: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Android

Radio Atlantic
How To Build A Happy Life: A new podcast from The Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 2:26


Hello Ticket listeners. We'd like to introduce you to a new show, How to Build a Happy Life. In this series, host Arthur Brooks digs into research and offers tools to help you live more joyfully. Join us for deep conversations with psychologists, experts, and friends of The Atlantic's Chief Happiness Correspondent. For more info, visit www.theatlantic.com/happy, or search for How to Build a Happy Life on your podcast app. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Blue Room
Kick About - Light Snow

The Blue Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 80:02


Rob is joined by Matt and Patric this week. The lads look at the Newcastle takeover, Everton's clash with West Ham and contrast different kinds of mortal peril either side of the Atlantic.

The Past, the Promise, the Presidency
Season II, Episode II: James and Dolley Madison and the Burning of Washington

The Past, the Promise, the Presidency

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 72:56


This week on The Past, The Promise, The Presidency: Presidential Crises we examine how James and Dolley Madison responded to The War of 1812, often referred to by both contemporaries and historians as the "Second War of Independence."  Upon arriving at the White House, British troops thoroughly enjoyed a feast and fine wine before systematically setting fire to the building. They then turned their attention to the Capitol building, the Library of Congress, and every other public building in the city. Before long, most of the city was ablaze. It was only saved by the fateful intervention of a hurricane level storm that doused the flames.By any definition, having your capital burned by foreign troops ranks as a crisis. So, how did the United States get into another war with Britain so soon after establishing its independence? How did President Madison, the third president and the first to lead the country during a full-fledged war, respond to this crisis? How did the country and the world respond to the outcome of the crisis and the war? And finally, what was First Lady Dolley Madison's role in the crisis? These are just some of the questions we tackled in this episode. To learn more about this crisis we spoke to two fantastic guests. First, we spoke with Dr. Troy Bickham, a professor of history at Texas A&M. He is an expert on Britain and its empire in the Atlantic world. We then spoke with Dr. Catherine Allgor, a historian of gender, women, and political culture, as well as the president of the Massachusetts Historical Society. To learn more, visit www.pastpromisepresidency.com.

Entertainment(x)
Kris Kukul Part 2 ”Less Is More”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 14:53


Kris Kukul (kriskukul.com)(IG:@kriskukul) is a New York City Based Orchestrator, Arranger, Music Director and Composer.  Currently he is Music Supervisor, Orchestrator, co-arranger and Conductor for Broadway's Tony nominated Beetlejuice The Musical! Other recent projects include, The Liz Swados Project for Ghostlight Records, In The Green at Lincoln Center Theatre, David Byrne's Joan of Arc the Public Theatre, Songbird by Michael Kimmel and Lauren Pritchard, a remounting of Elizabeth Swados' Runaways at New York's City Center, The Last Goodbye, an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet featuring the music of Jeff Buckley, and The Heart of Robin Hood, music by Parsonsfield. He has also arranged, orchestrated and conducted solo concerts for Broadway powerhouses Kate Baldwin (Extraordinary Machine), and Amy Spanger (The Music Be the Place) and the Lincoln Center American Songbook concert celebrating the music of Elizabeth Swados. For 10 seasons, he served as the resident music director for the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Productions included June Moon, The Last Goodbye, Animal Crackers and others. There he also directed the legendary Late-Night Cabarets, featuring iconic performers including Renee Fleming, Lewis Black, Kathleen Turner, Allison Janey, Tyne Daly, David Hyde Pierce, Judy Kuhn, Lena Hall, Judy Gold, Steven Pasquale, Kelli O'Hara, Phillipa Sou, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Debra Monk, Michael McKean, Harriet Harris and many others.  Kris began his career working for musical theatre icon Elizabeth Swados. Together, they created Jabu, Kaspar Hauser, The Nomad, The LaMama Cantata and numerous concerts and recordings. He and Director/Choreographer Sam Pinkleton are committed to keeping her legacy alive.   He music directed the film scores for Of Many, a documentary produced by Chelsea Clinton, and My Depression, an HBO animated film featuring the voices of Sigourney Weaver, Steve Buscemi and Fred Armisten. As Composer, Kris has written the music for the musicals Beauty Queen and Dash Dexter and the family friendly musicals Camp Monster and Wing It!, both produced by the Williamstown Theatre Festival. He also wrote the music for Oliver Twist at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey and A Midsummer Night's Dream for The Greek National Theatre.  Internationally, he spent 3 seasons with The National Theatre of Greece, conducting and arranging music for tours of classical plays in ancient amphitheaters, including the festival of Epidaurus. He performed at the Edinburgh Fringe with the musical From the Fire. With The LaMama Cantata, he performed in Tokyo, Spoleto, Istanbul, Zagreb, Skopje and Belgrade. In New York City, Kris has worked at Playwrights Horizons, The Vineyard, New York Theatre Workshop, The Atlantic, The Flea, LaMama, Joe's Pub, 54 Below, Birdland, the Cherry Lane and the Lucille Lortel. He has worked regionally at San Diego's Old Globe, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage, A.R.T., Emerson Arts, Two River, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Williamstown, The Village Theatre and Royal Manitoba Theatre Center. Kris is a Graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He is adjunct faculty at Tisch/Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, and has taught at The New School, Duke University, Columbia University, Belmont University, and Queens College.

KERA's Think
The search for a soul mate is a path to loneliness

KERA's Think

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 32:21


Ah, true love. It's a romantic thought, though buying into it can be hard on the relationship you're in. Arthur C. Brooks is William Henry Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School and professor of management practice at Harvard Business School. And he's host of The Atlantic podcast “How to Build a Happy Life.” He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the realities of love at first sight, why that can be a recipe for unhappiness, and what to look for instead. His recent Atlantic essay on the topic is “Stop Waiting for Your Soul Mate.”

Nerd Sesh
NBA Atlantic Division Preview

Nerd Sesh

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 100:56


The nerds break down their expectations for the NBA's Atlantic division, discussing how the Sixers can win the title, if the Nets can survive the absence of Kyrie Irving to win it all, and why the Knicks can improve significantly improve from last year.

Simpin After Dark
I Broke Your Heart, Huh?

Simpin After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 49:59


Today I'm talking about the song "Your Heart", by Joyner Lucas & J. Cole. It's such a bop and it's all about this dude facing the reality that he lost a good girl and that it's all his fault for being a f***boy. J. Cole hops on to hold his homie accountable and let him know that, yeah she's probably about to be out doing her own thing and you can't even be mad because you did this to yourself. Like he says in the song, "What goes around, comes around". I talk about whether getting dick for revenge is a good idea or not, and why we need to be smarter about the specific dick we use for revenge. Nicki Minaj says you should f*** his friend, but I think that's dumb.  There were two listeners that hit me up with some relationship issues that they needed an outside perspective on so I get in depth about those. One is about whether a girl should let her dude go and work on himself so that they can get back together later, because she's scared she'll lose feelings. They've been through a lot and it's hard to just let go. The other girl shared that her boyfriend has been making her feel a way because he has this girl friend that he spends time with one on one a lot, in low key romantic settings. She doesn't wanna come off as possessive and her homegirls think it's weird but I weigh in and give my two cents.  Then I talk about a Tik Tok I saw about the Gottman Method and a study about what the key to a long lasting relationship is. The Atlantic has an article that references the study, and I found a blog that broke that article down into 10 bullets as the most important takeaways of what the study found.  References: Tik Tok  The Atlantic - "Masters of Love" Real Love Ready - "10 Takeaways From Masters of Love" Follow Me IG/Twitter/Tik Tok @simpinafterdark Follow Ashley @ash_friday_ Follow @AmigasTheSeries on instagram Go like "Simpin After Dark" playlist on Spotify by ashleyym91 Intro song - Lo-fi Type Beat - Dreaming (Prod. Lee)

KERA's Think
The anonymous tycoons shaping your community

KERA's Think

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 31:12


We know Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg, but there are powerful tycoons in your hometown, too – and they've also got a lot of political influence. Patrick Wyman, host of the Tides of History podcast, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the more salt-of-the-earth millionaires – whose wealth is derived from familial assets and low-wage workers – and the power they have over their local communities. His article, published in The Atlantic, is called “American Gentry.”

Social Distance
How To Build A Happy Life: A new podcast from The Atlantic

Social Distance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 2:26


Hello Social Distance listeners! We'd like to introduce you to a new show. In this series, host Arthur Brooks digs into research and offers tools to help you live more joyfully. Join us for deep conversations with psychologists, experts, and friends of The Atlantic's Chief Happiness Correspondent. For more info, visit www.theatlantic.com/happy, or search for How to Build a Happy Life on your podcast app. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Bulwark Podcast
Emma Green: Is the Claremont Institute saying the silent part out loud?

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 47:38


The Claremont Institute is the intellectual home of America's Trumpist right — as well as election theft mastermind John Eastman. The Atlantic's Emma Green joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Is the conservative think tank just giving words and ideas to the ball of energy that elected Trump, or further inflaming our already inflamed politics? Special Guest: Emma Green.

Apple News Today
Why so many American workers are on strike right now

Apple News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 8:01


Supply-chain issues and labor shortages mean companies are fighting for workers. Time reports on how growing numbers of employees are testing their power, by striking to demand better pay and benefits. And the Washington Post looks at the battle lines in the dispute between cereal-plant workers and Kellogg’s. Many therapists don’t take insurance. The ones who do are often booked. The Wall Street Journal shows you why, and what you can do about it. There’s a dark side to free return policies. The Atlantic details how when you send back something you bought, there’s a good chance it’s going in the trash. Major League Baseball games are getting longer and more boring. Bloomberg Businessweek goes behind the scenes of experiments the league is quietly running to help speed up games and add more drama.

American Conservative University
Prager University 5-Part Series: Making America

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 27:40


Prager University 5-Part Series: Making America https://youtu.be/vBtDAJc-8wc PragerU 2.92M subscribers Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Alexander Hamilton. You've heard their names. You may have even heard them referred to as the Founding Fathers. But what exactly does that mean? In this five-part series, Dinesh D'Souza examines how each of them, in their own particular way, helped to create the great enterprise that is America. FOLLOW PragerU! Facebook:

Curiosity Daily
Bacterial Electric Grid, Females Fight Back, Why Tea Leaves Sink

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 13:43


Learn about a bacterial electric grid; traits females have evolved to avoid harassment; and why tea leaves sink.  There's a bacterial electric grid beneath our feet by Grant Currin  Hidden bacterial hairs power nature's “electric grid.” (2021, September). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/927031  Gu, Y., Srikanth, V., Salazar-Morales, A. I., Jain, R., O'Brien, J. P., Yi, S. M., Soni, R. K., Samatey, F. A., Yalcin, S. E., & Malvankar, N. S. (2021). Structure of Geobacter pili reveals secretory rather than nanowire behaviour. Nature, 597(7876), 430–434. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03857-w  Specktor, B. (2020, September 18). Scientists find “secret molecule” that allows bacteria to exhale electricity. Livescience.com; Live Science. https://www.livescience.com/electron-breathing-geobacter-microbes.html  ‌Basic Biology of Oral Microbes. (2015). Atlas of Oral Microbiology, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-802234-4.00001-x  Many females have evolved traits to avoid harassment by Cameron Duke Berlin, S. (2021, August 30). Female Octopuses Throw Debris at Unwanted Mates Who Pester Them, Study Shows. Newsweek; Newsweek. https://www.newsweek.com/female-octopuses-throw-debris-unwanted-mates-who-pester-them-study-shows-1624345 Feldblum, Joseph T., Wroblewski, Emily E., Rudicell, Rebecca S., Hahn, Beatrice H., Paiva, T., Cetinkaya-Rundel, M., Pusey, Anne E., & Gilby, Ian C. (2014). Sexually Coercive Male Chimpanzees Sire More Offspring. Current Biology, 24(23), 2855–2860. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2014.10.039 Female hummingbirds avoid harassment by looking as flashy as males. (2021). Female hummingbirds avoid harassment by looking as flashy as males. Phys.org. https://phys.org/news/2021-08-female-hummingbirds-flashy-males.html  Godfrey-Smith, P., Scheel, D., Chancellor, S., Linquist, S., & Lawrence, M. (2021). In the Line of Fire: Debris Throwing by Wild Octopuses. https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.08.18.456805  Hosken, D. J., Alonzo, S., & Wedell, N. (2016). Why aren't signals of female quality more common? Exeter.ac.uk. https://doi.org/http://hdl.handle.net/10871/19606 Male-like ornamentation in female hummingbirds results from social harassment rather than sexual selection. (2021). Current Biology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2021.07.043 Power Play. (2018). National Wildlife Federation. https://www.nwf.org/Magazines/National-Wildlife/2018/Oct-Nov/Animals/Animal-Aggression Wielgus, R. B., & Bunnell, F. L. (1994). Sexual Segregation and Female Grizzly Bear Avoidance of Males. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 58(3), 405. https://doi.org/10.2307/3809310 Why do tea leaves sink? by Ashley Hamer originally aired June 10, 2018 https://omny.fm/shows/curiosity-daily/the-cutest-kind-of-puppy-rural-happiness-and-the-s  James Norwood Pratt. (2010, August 16). The Ancient and Best Way to Brew Loose-Leaf Tea. The Atlantic. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2010/08/the-ancient-and-best-way-to-brew-loose-leaf-tea/61479/  Inglis-Arkell, E. (2014, May 6). Why Do Your Tea Leaves Move To The Middle Of The Cup? Gizmodo. https://gizmodo.com/why-do-your-tea-leaves-move-to-the-middle-of-the-cup-1572125743  Ouellette, J. (2016). The Strange Physics of Tea Leaves Floating Upstream. Nautilus. https://nautil.us/blog/the-strange-physics-of-tea-leaves-floating-upstream  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
6 Principles to Build Mental Toughness: Brad Stulberg on the Practice of Groundedness

Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 59:30


Running faster is about physical training, sure, but there's a mental component that can be just as difficult to overcome. In this interview with best-selling author Brad Stulberg, we'll teach you the 6 principles to building mental toughness. You'll love the lessons Brad shares and how it will immediately help you develop an internal strength and self-confidence that sustains you through ups and downs. Brad Stulberg researches, writes, and coaches on health, well-being, and sustainable performance.  He is bestselling author of the new book, The Practice of Groundedness, and also Peak Performance.  His work has been featured in The New York Times, New Yorker, Atlantic, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, Forbes, and more. In his coaching practice, he works with executives, entrepreneurs, and physicians on their performance and well-being. He lives in Asheville, North Carolina. CONNECT, COMMENT, & COMMUNITY: Special Offer His new book, The Practice of Groundedness, has been marked down on Amazon by over 40 percent for a limited time!  If you are thinking about getting a copy, take advantage of this great deal!  For listeners of the Run To The Top Podcast, Brad is also offering special bonuses, including training plans and guides to resilience and sustainable performance.  Just fill out this form with your order number to get the bonuses. Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community  RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: Heal from the Amino Company Heal is an amino acid, whey and creatine based formulation designed to reduce recovery times and improve physical function after injuries by accelerating muscle repair while helping maintain a healthy inflammatory response. Check out the research here: https://aminoco.com/rttt If you're looking for a nutritional advantage when it comes to recovering from your running injury or your daily training I recommend you give Heal a try. If you're interested in learning  more and giving Heal a try, we've got a special offer for you where you can save 30% by using the code RC30. Just head to: https://aminoco.com/rttt and use the code RC30 at checkout to save 30%

The Refined Collective Podcast
The Eyes of Tammy Faye with Jonathan Merritt

The Refined Collective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 54:41


Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y'all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!!   I recently saw the movie The Eyes of Tammy Faye and quickly went down a rabbit hole of all things surrounding the infamous televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker. I knew I wanted to talk about this (and I did on Patreon, which you can watch here), but I also knew I wanted to explore this topic on the podcast with my buddy Jonathan Merritt. He wrote an incredible article on Tammy Faye for The Atlantic. He is one of America's most popular writers on issues of faith and culture and is the author of Learning to Speak God from Scratch.    Tammy Faye 101: Who is she + why should we care? Pre-1960s, there wasn't really any religious TV with entertainment value. Post-1960s, liberalism was on the rise and conservative evangelical Christians didn't like that so they began to use TV as a way to get their message out. Tammy Faye Bakker and Jim Bakker worked for PTL, Praise The Lord. The downfall: Jim Bakker had an affair with a young church secretary. Then it came out that Jim was bisexual. The ministry also had a lot of shady dealings when it came to money. He served 5 of 45 sentenced years in prison. Tammy Faye eventually divorced him and married a real estate developer. She became one of the most hated figures in mainstream media, but was a gay icon.   “Why is she being punished for the sins of her husband?” - Kat Harris   Where did we go wrong + how do we be better? Women paying for the sins of men is not a new idea and was certainly not unique to Tammy Faye or that era. This trend goes all the way back to Genesis 38 with Tamar. People have been hurt by religion… so they typically outsource that hurt to whoever is in the spotlight. It's valid, but misapplied. We project feelings like “you should never disappoint me” onto religious people in the spotlight, and once they do disappoint you it feels like betrayal. Tammy Faye died of cancer and the day before she did, she forgave everyone.   “The gay community, and now Hollywood, is doing the job that the church never did.” - Jay Bakker   Resources Keep up with Jonathan Merritt at jonathanmerritt.com, on IG at @jonathan_merritt, Twitter at @JonathanMerritt, or Facebook at @JonathanMerrittWriter. Read Jonathan's article in The Atlantic: The Redemption of a Televangelist Read Jonathan's book, Learning to Speak God from Scratch. Check out my Patreon video for more of my thoughts on Tammy Faye here. Check out Rockefeller Center on IG at @rockefellercenter and Twitter at @rockcenternyc We invest large amounts of money into our careers. But with things like love, we think “It'll happen when it happens,” and with things like kids, we think “I'll think about that down the road.” What if we were just as intentional about our reproductive health as we are our careers? Modern Fertility is an easy way to test your fertility with an at-home test at a fraction of the cost. Go to ModernFertility.com/refined for $20 off your fertility test.

Humans 2.0 | Mind Upgrade
Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety ft. Dr. Drew Ramsey - Episode 42

Humans 2.0 | Mind Upgrade

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 48:32


Drew Ramsey, M.D. is a psychiatrist, author, and farmer. He is a clear voice in the mental health conversation and one of psychiatry's leading proponents of using nutritional interventions. He is an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.He founded the Brain Food Clinic in New York City, offering treatment and consultation for depression, anxiety and emotional wellness concerns. The clinic incorporates evidence-based nutrition and integrative psychiatry treatments with psychotherapy, coaching, and responsible medication management. Using the latest in brain science, nutrition and mental health research, and an array of delicious food, the clinic helps people live joyful, fulfilled lives. His recently launched ecourse Eat To Beat Depression helps patients and families boost mood and their brains nutrition.Dr. Ramsey is a compelling keynote speaker and conducts workshops nationally. His media work includes three recent TEDx talks, a video series with Big Think, and the BBC documentary Food on the Brain. His work and writing have been featured by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Atlantic.com, Prevention, Lancet Psychiatry, and NPR, which named him a “kale evangelist.” He is a member of the Well+Good Wellness Council, the editorial board of Medscape Psychiatry, the advisory board of Men's Health, and the co-founder of National Kale Day.He is the author of three books, most recently the award-winning cookbook Eat Complete: The 21 Nutrients that Fuel Brain Power, Boost Weight Loss and Transform Your Health (HarperWave 2016). His recent bestseller 50 Shades of Kale (HarperWave 2013) made this superfood accessible to thousands. The Happiness Diet: A Nutritional Prescription for a Sharp Brain, Balanced Mood and Lean, Energized Body (Rodale 2011) explores the impact of modern diets on brain health.Dr. Ramsey is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He completed his specialty training in adult psychiatry at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute, received an M.D. from Indiana University School of Medicine and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Earlham College. He lives with his wife and two children in New York City and on their 127 acre organic farm in rural Indiana.Grab the Book - https://amzn.to/3aL98DH*************************Check out my step by step, day by day, 45-day 9-week affordable online course to rewire your mind and transform social anxiety - markmetry.com/program

Apple News Today
NFL coach out after revelations of offensive emails

Apple News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 7:31


Jon Gruden is stepping down as Las Vegas Raiders coach following revelations of racist, antigay, and misogynistic emails. The Wall Street Journal has more. An interpreter who helped rescue Joe Biden in 2008 had trouble getting out of Afghanistan with his family. The Wall Street Journal has the exclusive story of their narrow escape. After decades of success at increasing police diversity, forces across America are having trouble hiring young Black citizens. The Atlantic explains why. Matt Amodio finally lost on ‘Jeopardy,’ bringing to a close his 38-game run on the show, Variety reports.

Hell & High Water with John Heilemann

In which John Heilemann talks with CBS News chief political analyst and CBS Sunday Morning contributor John Dickerson. The former moderator of Face the Nation, co-host of CBS This Morning, and correspondent for 60 Minutes, Dickerson is also the author of three books, a former writer for Slate and Time, and a co-host of Slate Political Gabfest. Heilemann and Dickerson discuss Republican and Democratic wrangling over the debt ceiling, the controversial Texas abortion law, the Facebook whistleblower, Donald Trump's Big Lie, and whether Joe Biden is doing enough to push back against the threats to American democracy; the evolution of Dickerson's career from print to television and his relationship with his mother, Nancy Dickerson, CBS News's first female correspondent. Heilemann and Dickerson also discuss their mutual grief over the deaths of their dogs last summer, Dickerson's recent piece in The Atlantic about coping with that loss, and what both men believe that humans can learn from their canines about empathy, loyalty, and unconditional love. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.