On this PPN Camera and Inspiration episode, Marco interviewed a photographer, professor of photography, former gallery owner, and consultant for the creative industry, Thomas Werner. Thomas is also the author of the book. “The Business of Fine Art Photography”. This show is sponsored by MPB.com: www.MPB.com Inspirational Photographer of the Month: Thomas picked Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf. From Erin Olaf's biography: “Erwin Olaf is an internationally exhibiting artist whose diverse practice centers around society's marginalized individuals, including women, people of color, and the LGBTQ+ community. In 2019 Olaf became a Knight of the Order of the Lion of the Netherlands after 500 works from his oeuvre were added to the collection of the Rijksmuseum. Taco Dibbits, Rijksmuseum director, called Olaf “one of the most important photographers of the final quarter of the 20th century”.” You can also find out more about Erwin Olaf's amazing work by visiting his website: https://www.erwinolaf.com/art How can photographers find their place in the art market? In the main segment of this show, Thomas gave some valuable tips on how photographers can prepare to enter the art market starting at a local level and how to proceed to pitch their work to galleries. But in order to also be financially successful, you need to treat this as a business and continue to expand your network and customer base through different channels. If you want to dive deeper into this topic after listening to this episode, you can buy Thomas' book “The Business of Fine Art Photography” here: Amazon: https://amzn.to/3ZFRXfp Inspirational Photo Book Pick of the Month - Thomas picked three books: 1. Appearances: Fashion Photography Since 1945 by Martin Harrison An artistic look at the development of fashion photography Amazon: https://amzn.to/3ZDhwxn 2. “The Invisible Dragon” by Dave Hickey A book about the nature of beauty and desire written by an art critic Amazon: https://amzn.to/3rCO663 3. “Air Guitar” by Dave Hickey A fun book with essays about life and art Amazon: https://amzn.to/46crsR4 Links to Thomas Werner: Web: https://www.thomaswernerprojects.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thomaswernerprojects/ Links to Marco Larousse: Web: www.MarcoLarousse.com Twitter: @HamburgCam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marco.larousse/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarcoLarousse1 Workshops: https://www.marcolarousse.com/street-photography-workshops/ Eigen Energie Wende: https://www.eigenenergiewende.de Links to PPN: Web: www.PhotoPodcasts.com or PPN.fm Twitter: @Photopodcasts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photopodcasts/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/PPNPhotoPodcastNetwork Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ppn-apple-podcasts Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/PPN-GooglePodcast Spotify: http://bit.ly/PPN-fm Please support our show by using our B&H affiliate link (click here) or Amazon Germany link (click here) which will not cost you a penny more than when you are buying at B&H or Amazon without our link. Check out the Skylum LUMINAR software: Link: LUMINAR NEO (use the discount code “PHOTOPODCASTS” at checkout for extra savings) And please share this podcast with your friends and subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or search for “PPN” in your favorite podcast app. We would also love to get your feedback. Is there anything that you want us to cover on the show in the future? We would appreciate it if you could take a short moment to rate or post a quick review of our shows on iTunes. About this show: On the monthly “Camera and Inspiration” podcast show of the PPN - Photo Podcast Network, Marco and usually a guest discuss the essence of photography and how to photograph with more intent. Determining the “why” before the “how” in photography is essential to understanding your subject better and creating stronger images. In each episode, they introduce you to an inspirational photographer of the month and also share an inspirational photo book of the month.
How 'green' were people in late antiquity and the Middle Ages? Unlike today, the nature around them was approached with faith, trust and care. The population size was many times smaller than today and human impact on nature not as extreme as it is now. People did not have to worry about issues like deforestation and sustainability. This book is about the knowledge of plants and where that knowledge came from. How did people use earth and plants in ancient times, and what did they know about their nutritional or medicinal properties? From which plants one could make dyes, such as indigo, woad and dyer's madder? Is it possible to determine that through technical research today? Which plants could be found in a ninth-century monastery garden, and what is the symbolic significance of plants in secular and religious literature? Claudine Chavannes-Mazel and Linda Ijpelaar's The Green Middle Ages: The Depiction and Use of Plants in the Western World 600-1600 (Amsterdam UP, 2023) addresses these and other issues, including the earliest herbarium collections, with a leading role for the palaeography and beautiful illuminations from numerous medieval manuscripts kept in Dutch and other Western libraries and museums. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
2023 World Championships We will go live right here on this page October 1st the first day of women's qualifying concludes (10pm Antwerp, 1pmPacific-ish). Here's how to ask questions live. Topics: Simone's first time competing back in Antwerp where she won her first ever World title along side McKayla Maroney and Kyla Ross. Did the Italian team stay on beam? Who's looking good for Olympic qualifying. Are the British going to push the US in the team final. Here's how our event coverage works: 1. We give everyone the main headlines and latest news! 2. We continue our conversation exclusively with our Club members because they sustain us work and travel year around. 3. Want to hear rest of it and all the years of bonus content and interviews? All you have to do is Join the Club. LOGIN FOR BONUS CONTENT World Headquarters RELATED EPISODES & RESOURCES 2023 World Headquarters: Podcasts, Videos and more 2023 Worlds Brazil Podium Training 2023 Worlds US Podium Training 2023 World Championships Preview World Team Trials Women's Day Two Meet Report World Team Trials Women's Day One Meet Report Podium Training Report 2023 U.S. Championships Preview Simone Biles Interview 2023 Classic Shilese Jones Flight Series Profile Resources & Research Spencer's The Balance Beam Situation Gymnastics History and Code of Points Archive from Uncle Tim To follow the effects of the Russian invasion to Ukraine at Gymnovosti Kensley is covering men's gymnastics at Neutral Deductions Score and difficulty ranking from The Gymternet
Dutch art detective Arthur Brand is known as 'the Indiana Jones of the art world', having spent decades tracking down stolen masterpieces, including Picassos, Van Goghs and missing artifacts such as Oscar Wilde's ring and the "Hitler's Horses" bronze statues. Earlier this month, Brand recovered The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring, an early Van Gogh stolen from a Dutch museum three years ago. The painting was delivered to his doorstep in an IKEA bag. Brand has written two books about his recoveries, including Hitler's Horses.
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit andrewsullivan.substack.comLeor is a writer and researcher. He's currently a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a frequent contributor to City Journal, particularly on issues of gender identity and public policy.For two clips of our convo — on the sudden skyrocketing of girls seeking transition, and how the medicalizing of trans kids destroys their ability to have orgasms in the future — pop over to our YouTube page. Other topics: Leor's childhood bouncing between the US and a kibbutz in Israel; getting drafted into the IDF and serving in a combat unit; traveling the globe afterwards; getting a BA in Haifa and a PhD at Boston College; doing a Harvard postdoc on the Obama administration's redefinition of male and female under Title IX; the Dutch protocol; the shift from “transexual” to “transgender”; Stoller and Money; the Reimer twins; how there's no single definition of “transgender” in Gender Studies; autogynephilia; how “early-onset gender dysphoria” is mostly effeminate boys who turn out to be gay; Jazz Jennings; Marci Bowers; how puberty blockers were originally a “pause button” — not a transition method; the suicide scare-tactic; the Tavistock Center and Time to Think; the US shift from “watchful waiting” to “gender-affirming care”; the shifting rhetoric of “conversion therapy” and “born that way”; trans athletes; the euphoric effect of a T surge; Masha Gessen; Rachel Levine; how “nonbinary” is one of the fastest growing identities; and tales of detransition.Browse the Dishcast archive for another convo you might enjoy (the first 102 episodes are free in their entirety — subscribe to get everything else). Coming up: Ian Buruma on his new book The Collaborators: Three Stories of Deception and Survival in World War II, the young reactionary Spencer Klavan, and Martha Nussbaum on her book Justice For Animals. Later on: Matthew Crawford, David Brooks and Pamela Paul. Please send any guest recs, pod dissent and other comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A 14-year-old girl and her mother are among the victims after attacks in two locations in the Dutch city. Also: US Republicans lay out case at Biden impeachment inquiry, and a boy is arrested after one of Britain's most loved trees is felled at Hadrian's Wall.
The case of Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon is a chilling mystery that unfolded in the lush jungles of Panama in 2014. The two Dutch women embarked on what seemed like an ordinary hiking trip, but their adventure took a mysterious turn as they vanished without a trace. What followed were eerie discoveries of scattered belongings, bone fragments, a camera that captured haunting images of their time in the wilderness, and confounding phone records. With no conclusive answers and a sense of unease shrouding the entire investigation, the strange elements of this case continue to confound and haunt those who seek to unravel the truth behind the mysterious deaths of Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon. If you enjoyed this episode, you might also like: Episode 151 – Forgotten: The Death of Joyce Carol Vincent
FOLLOW STORY TIME ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/storytimewithdutchmantell DUTCH MANTELL T SHIRTS OUT NOW: https://my-store-d8f220.creator-spring.com/ This week, a number of WWE Superstars were "Future Endeavored". Dutch Mantell gives his thoughts on the biggest names to see their WWE Career come to an end. Were there any big surprises in the eyes of the Dirty Dutchman? What happens next to these talents? As well as that, we hear from Ross Hart regarding last weeks dicussion of JR Foley and the rumor of him having his daughter's leg broke! Ric Flair's awkward appearance on Kill Tony, Don Steven's taking down an X account, the injustice of Adam Cole's broken ankle and much more on this week's episode of Story Time with Dutch Mantell. If you want YOUR question answered by the Dirty Dutchman, then email to: email@example.com Dutch Mantell's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dutch.mantell Dutch Mantell's Twitter: https://twitter.com/dirtydutchman1 Dutch Mantell's Tales From a Dirt Road: https://www.amazon.com/dp/145644090X/ Dutch Mantell's The World According to Dutch: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1449953417/ WSI | Wresting Shoot Interviews on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WSIWrestlingShootInterviews/ Story Time with Dutch Mantell on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/storytimewithdutchmantell
Are you tired of sleepless nights, hot flashes, fatigue, anxiety, brain fog Does it seem like your waistline is ever expanding no matter what you do? On today's podcast, we are tackling more myths and facts of menopause. We are exposing the lies of hormone balance and equipping you with the crucial information that you need so you can tackle midlife with more energy, fewer mood swings, less unwanted weight and more vibrancy! Let's do this. Myths and Facts of Menopause - Part 2. It's all today on the Healthy Harmony podcast. Here's a glimpse of the myths that I uncover in this podcast... This is just about managing symptoms or avoiding the symptoms that make us miserable in midlife. What you've done in the past will work for you now. It's just you. You are the only one who is suffering and trying to figure out what the heck is happening to your body and your mind. There is a magic bullet that will fix your hormones. You just need to find it. If you gain weight during perimenopause, you must be lazy and have no willpower. You will only hear the answers to these IF you listen!! By the way, if you missed Myths and Facts of Menopause - Part 1...Listen here! https://www.inspirehealthyharmony.com/09142023-episode119.html As you can hear on my latest podcasts, I'm fired up and ticked off! It is absolutely shameful how messed up Women's health care is!! We are in 2023 and there is no excuse! But instead of trying to change a big, antiquated system like our current sick care system, instead I'm going to empower and educate YOU! I talk about the upcoming midlife hormone program that is in development now! Here are just a few of the features... A signature course designed for midlife women. This fully comprehensive course will provide a midlife transformation blueprint that takes you through 5 foundational pillars. The self-paced course with video modules will educate you on the science and strategies as you address Gut Health, Adrenal Function, Metabolic Health, Thyroid Sufficiency and Hormones. Of course, all five of these foundations work together to achieve a hormone harmony that will provide you with the essential energy, strength, stamina, mental clarity and vibrancy that you are searching for. This course will empower you with the much-needed education on hormone replacement therapy so you can make the best decision for you. There will be options for hormone testing using the DUTCH test, gut health testing using the GI Map and bloodwork. This option includes full intrepretation and a protocol designed specifically for you. A beautiful community of women, a sisterhood of like-minded individuals like you who are determined to learn more and regain control of their hormones, health and happiness. This will be hosted on a platform outside of social media! Yay!! Group coaching sessions for discussion and questions twice a month Yes, it is extensive. Listen to the podcast so you understand WHY a course is so important and so valuable. And I've heard from so many of you that you are ready! But the program is not ready just yet. To get on the First to Know list, click here https://www.inspirehealthyharmony.com/first-to-know.html --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inspirehealthyharmony/message
In this podcast, Miles is joined by Eva-Maria Düringer (Tübingen, Germany) and Mariëtte Willemsen (Amsterdam University College) to discuss their work translating 'The Sovereignty of Good' into German and Dutch respectively. Eva-Maria Düringer is a researcher at the University of Tübingen, Germany, where she currently leads a funded project on suffering and its role in virtue ethics - you can find her website here emduringer.de. Her work is very much influenced by the writings of Simone Weil, Iris Murdoch and Philippa Foot. She is the author of Evaluating Emotions (Palgrave 2014) and various articles on emotions and ethics. As well as the German translation of The Sovereignty of Good which came out this past July with Suhrkamp, here: https://www.suhrkamp.de/person/eva-maria-dueringer-p-17193 Mariëtte Willemsen is senior lecturer in Philosophy at Amsterdam University College. She teaches courses in Ethics and The History of Philosophy, with a focus on Arthur Schopenhauer, Simone Weil, and Iris Murdoch. Together with Hannah Altorf she translated Murdoch's The Sovereignty of Good into Dutch (Boom 2003). Her most recent publications look into connections between Schopenhauer and Murdoch, and Weil and Murdoch. Together with Hannah Altorf she is currently working on a translation of Iris Murdoch's 1977 book, The Fire and The Sun. Why Plato Banished the Artists. You can find the details of their translation here: https://www.deslegte.com/over-god-en-het-goede-1195981/ There's a great interview with Mariëtte here: https://blog.apaonline.org/2021/05/14/genealogies-willemsen/
Dunn Street founder and Community Organiser Stephen Donnelly was joined by Dutch activist for the PVDR and host of the upcoming Forging Links podcast, Ali Hashem, and councilor of the Hague Labor Party, Mikal Tseggai.Ali and Mikal join the show from the Hague to chat about their political journeys, in particular Mikal who is the youngest city councilor in the Hague's history, and fill us in on the upcoming Dutch Elections.Keep an eye out for Forging Links, which will premiere on Spotify in the next fortnight. Find out more about the Aunion and their work here: https://aunion.eu/aboutThe presenting sponsor of the Socially Democratic podcast is Dunn Street. For more information on how Dunn Street can help you organise to build winning campaigns in your community, business or organisation, and make the world a better place, look us up at: dunnstreet.com.au
We begin with key takeaways from House Republicans' first impeachment inquiry hearing into President Joe Biden. We'll also tell you where the battle to pass a spending bill stands ahead of a deadline to avoid a shutdown. Biden gave a speech in Arizona characterizing former President Donald Trump and “MAGA Republicans" as a direct threat to democracy. A deadly shooting rampage unfolded in the Dutch city of Rotterdam – we have details. And, mortgage rates hit a 23-year high.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Introduction Hosts: MrX Dave Morriss We recorded this on Sunday September 3rd 2023. We met in person again, and as before first visited the pub called The Steading where we had lunch. Then we adjourned to Dave's car in the car park, and recorded a chat. The name "Steading" is another (Scots?) version of "Farmstead", and means the same. It's also an anagram of "Sedating"1, so ... Topics discussed Vaccines: Dave has an appointment for COVID-19 and influenza vaccines. The new Omicron variant BA.2.86 has prompted another booster for some people. Discussion of Smallpox vaccination MrX has an appointment for an influenza vaccine Glasgow: MrX and MrsX recently stayed in Glasgow for a holiday Point A Hotel - boutique hotel Jungle Rumble - indoor golf with UV lighting! Wikipedia: Glasgow Subway Edinburgh: Dave took a trip on the recently extended Edinburgh tram There is only one route, from the airport to Leith (port). Older residents get free access. MrX and MrsX recently walked from the centre of Edinburgh along the Water of Leith to the area where the tram terminus is at Newhaven. Email: Dave is using version Thunderbird 115.1.1 which is a rewrite of the original series where the API has now changed a lot. Long-used add-ons now no longer work: A favourite was Mailbox Alert which triggered sound alerts (or others) then mail arrived in a folder - so this could be after filtering. This was much more useful than the traditional "You have mail" type alerts. Discussion of tags: MrX mentions tags, meaning bits of text that can be attached to messages and used to classify them and to search for them. In Gmail there are labels which can do this and these can be used to group messages regardless of folders Thunderbird also has this concept which it calls tags. It comes with pre-defined tags such as Important and To Do, but more tags can be added. Any message can be given one or more tags. The filtering system can add tags as a message is processed. Searches can be performed on tags also. Dave is an enthusiast of nested folders with filters to classify messages. MrX is keen on using tags for the same purpose. Dave mentioned Thunderbird's saved search feature (which he wrongly called virtual mailboxes) which can collect messages according to many criteria, including tags. Some discussion about mail message storage strategies: file per message, mbox format, etc. Ticks: MrX's dog has brought some ticks back from recent walks. Scotland seems to be a bit worse off for ticks in recent years. Hikers need to protect against them and to perform checks that they are not on clothes. Wearing long socks or gaiters over long trousers can help. Lyme Disease is a bacterial infection that can be passed by ticks. This Week in Parasitism recently talked about an unpleasant disease caught from ticks, Babesiosis (not bacterial as Dave thought, but caused by a protozoan). This was in the USA; the disease doesn't seem to be in the UK at the moment. Removal of ticks needs a tool or a fine pair of tweezers. Audacity: Ahuka did a recent show (hpr3927 :: Audacity Update 20230702) on some problems he'd encountered. Video on YouTube: What Ever Happened to Audacity? Audacity-like tool in the browser: Wavacity Edinburgh Festival and Festival Fringe: MrX attended a show by Michael Shafar, the comedian Dave hasn't been to much at the Festival/Fringe in recent years. He saw the Doug Anthony All Stars when they were active many years ago, and found them funny but intimidating! HPR changes: Mentioned on the recent HPR Community News Problem reports can be sent by email to admin at HPR, as messages to @firstname.lastname@example.org on Mastodon, and to the #hpr:matrix.org channel on Matrix. Watching and listening: MrX has been watching the YouTube channel Little Chinese Everywhere, recommended in the last of these chats. MrX has also been listening to the BBC radio show Computing Britain. It consists of 12 15-minute episodes, from 2015, and is available as a podcast. YouTube recommendations: Dave: Not Just Bikes: A channel about cycling and city design. The channel owner is Canadian but has moved to Amsterdam for a better life for himself and his family. He highlights the differences between North American city design and the design of many European cities. Example video: Even Small Towns are Great Here (5 Years in the Netherlands) BicycleDutch: Another channel about cycling in the Netherlands. This channel host, Mark Wagenbuur, is Dutch and does videos about cycle routes, and their development. Lots of videos made as he cycles a route. He is based in 's-Hertogenbosch (map) and cycles in the region and to and from Utrecht. Links Vaccines: Wikipedia: COVID-19 vaccines Wikipedia: SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant Wikipedia: Smallpox vaccine Glasgow: Wikipedia: Glasgow Subway Point A Hotel Jungle Rumble Edinburgh: Edinburgh trams Water of Leith Thunderbird: Website Ticks: Lyme Disease Babesiosis Removal of ticks Audacity: YouTube: What Ever Happened to Audacity? Wavacity More Edinburgh: Edinburgh Festival Edinburgh Festival Fringe HPR: Site migration update (Community News for August 2023) YouTube recommendations: Not Just Bikes BicycleDutch Other anagrams are also available: gin sated, gent said, sang tide, etc.↩︎
This week: three big London shows, in depth. As Marina Abramović draws huge crowds to the Royal Academy of Arts in London, we interview her about the exhibition—the first ever dedicated to a woman artist in the Royal Academy's main galleries. At the National Gallery, meanwhile, is a remarkable survey of the paintings of the 17th-century Dutch master Frans Hals, which will tour next year to Amsterdam and Berlin. We take a tour with Bart Cornelis, curator of the National's incarnation of the show. And this episode's Work of the Week is Peter Paul Rubens's Three Nymphs with a Cornucopia of around 1625 to 1628 (painted with Frans Snyders). In the collection of the Prado in Madrid, it is one of a number of major loans to the exhibition Rubens and Women at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. Amy Orrock, one of the curators of the exhibition, tells us more.Marina Abramović, Royal Academy of Arts, London, until 1 January 2024. You can hear our interview with Marina during the Covid lockdown in our episode from 8 May 2020, and a conversation with Tate Modern's Catherine Wood about Ulay, following his death in 2020, in the episode from 6 March that year. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode we take a look at the second episode of the British sit-com, Bad Education (2012) Fraser asks Alfie to supervise the incoming group of French exchange students with instructions not to duplicate last year's disaster when randy French boy Jean Claude disgraced himself. As a result the staff have to teach sex education with varying results. In fact the visitors are Dutch and their most attractive and articulate member shows Alfie up in a class debate,not only as a liar but a virgin. At least Rosie feels sorry for him. Layton Williams Stephen Charlie Wernham Mitchell Mathew Horne Fraser Jack Whitehall Alfie Sarah Solemani Miss Gulliver Ethan Lawrence Joe Nikki Runeckles Chantelle Kae Alexander Jing Jack Binstead Rem Dogg Jack Bence Grayson Michelle Gomez Pickwell Leila Hoffman Mrs Mollinson Listen, Rate and Share the show!!! Find us at all2reeltoo.com Listen to Mike on The Family Fright Night Horror Podcast ... https://open.spotify.com/episode/7kstbpDOnLQeI8BQGLzina Check out some cool music by host Matthew Haase at https://youtu.be/5E6TYm_4wIE Check out cool merchandise related to our show at http://tee.pub/lic/CullenPark Become a Patron of the show here.... https://www.patreon.com/CullenPark Listen to Mike on The Nerdball Podcast.... https://pod.fo/e/ba2aa Check out some cool music from Jason Quick at www.jasonquickmusic.com TO HELP WRITERS AND ACTORS ON THE PICKET LINES YOU CAN DONATE HERE: ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY FUND If you can during these troubling times make a donation to one of the following charities to help out. https://www.thetrevorproject.org/ https://www.hrc.org/hrc-story/hrc-foundation https://pointfoundation.org/ https://www.directrelief.org/ https://www.naacpldf.org/ https://www.blackvotersmatterfund.org https://www.tahirih.org/ https://www.monafoundation.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Jeffrey chats with Henk Rogers, a serial entrepreneur best known for bringing Tetris to the world, but his story goes way beyond video games. Henk's a climate activist, space explorer, and entrepreneur who is on a path to get Hawaii to 100% renewable energy. Henk and Jeff discuss his upbringing, the Tetris story/movie, his work in climate action with Blue Planet Alliance, and his efforts in space exploration… Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ODpZeThujw4 Learn more: Host: Jeffrey M. Zucker Producer: Kait Grey Editor: Nick Case Recording date: 8/23/23 Henk: https://www.linkedin.com/in/henkrogers/ https://www.instagram.com/henkrogers/ https://twitter.com/henkrogers https://www.facebook.com/HenkRogers/ Blue Planet: https://blueplanetfoundation.org/ https://www.bluestartups.com/ https://www.blueplanetenergy.com/ Other resources: https://moonbasealliance.com/ Bio, Henk: I am a Dutch-born entrepreneur and clean energy visionary who has dedicated the past decade of my career to the research, development, advocacy and implementation of renewable energy sources in my adopted home of Hawaii. More recently, I have been a leading global advocate for space exploration as the Chairman of the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems and the founder of the International MoonBase Alliance, a group dedicated to building the first colony on the moon. I spent my early career in Japan as a video game developer and publisher, gaining distinction for producing the country's first major role-playing game, The Black Onyx. I then went on to revolutionize the video game industry by securing the rights for the blockbuster Tetris, which 30 years later remains a bestseller and global icon of gaming culture. Follow me on my journey to create a world in which humanity and nature can live in harmony. 0:00 - Intro 11:29 - Education 13:32 - Black Onyx to Tetris 22:51 - Blue Lava Wireless 24:56 - Blue Planet Alliance 31:03 - Climate Change Status 35:41 - Incubator Program 37:50 - Blue Planet Energy 39:32 - Space Exploration 43:58 - International Moonbase Alliance 50:54 - When Work Affected Change 52:31 - Mentor 54:12 - Ask Jeff a Question 59:13 - Most Grateful 1:00:43 - Snap Your Fingers 1:04:19 - How to Support
As a well-established artist, Rommek has expanded his own sound, carving his way into the current techno and experimental scenes. His extensive interest in sound design is crafted within the dense atmospheres, heavy broken rhythms and electrifying tones found within his productions. The London based producer released his debut record 'Thought Patterns' on Weekend Circuit in 2014. Rommek later joined the seminal Blueprint Records in 2016, gradually releasing five solo EPs, plus remixes from label owner James Ruskin and Broken English Club, O/V/R, Makton. Since then, he's had a steady output of releases on Dutch imprint Leyla Records, Natural Selection as well as Mord, Hex, Loose Lips and collaborative release with the Spanish duo NX1 in 2022. Rommek's latest EP pushes his creative boundaries one-step further, as the UK Producer makes his debut on Tommy Four Seven's - 47 imprint. Exploring futuristic techno fused with 180 BPM IDM/ D&B crossovers. Torn Relics, the experimental project between Rommek + Aimee Mullen was formed during 2018. Their debut EP, The Poisoned Chalice, released on Sacred Court, featured a remix by label owner SNTS. In 2020 the duo's debut album: Abolish The Dogma, was released on Leyla Records, followed by ‘Burning Injustice' in 2021 via Instruments of Discipline. Since releasing over 10 EP's, Rommek has gained a wide range of noteworthy support, from BBC Radio 1, to many features and reviews in Mixmag, The Wire, The Quietus and Fuze magazine. In 2018 he was featured within the top 100 globally charted artists on Resident Advisor. Furthermore, as a touring DJ, he has played in over 20 countries around the globe. From this, it's clear that Rommek is driven to continue expanding his capabilities and keep things moving forward. Tracklist via -Spotify: http://bit.ly/SRonSpotify -Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/Slam_Radio/ -Facebook: bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup Archive on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/slam/ Subscribe to our podcast on -iTunes: apple.co/2RQ1xdh -Amazon Music: amzn.to/2RPYnX3 -Google Podcasts: bit.ly/SRGooglePodcasts -Deezer: bit.ly/SlamRadioDeezer Keep up with SLAM: fanlink.to/Slam Keep up with Soma Records: fanlink.to/SomaRecords For syndication or radio queries: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk
Dena and Catalina start off this week chatting about a Yom Kippur song (@broadwaywiz) by Ben Platt and Molly Gordon. Then, they take a deep dive into a certain podcast host's incident in Central Park. Catalina shares a reflection by @celebritymemoirbookclub on her algorithm and Dena discusses Jersey Shore drama via @alexisebawden and of course they have to bring up Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce. Maggie Rogers (@maggierogers) stitched the video about what it's like to be a freshman at NYU and there is a blue collar guy audio trend going around the platform, recapped by @therealkatherine. Dena highlights content creator @vitakari and Catalina shares some of the latest Shakira and Piqué gossip, featuring a video by @devotedly.yours. There's a lot to learn on TikTok this week including where Dutch people apparently keep calendars (@faeiryne) and which carry-on bags actually fit airline standards (@rileejsmith). Next up the ladies discuss the idea of first and second cities including videos by @katherout and @avocado.dan. They close with @a_twink_and_a_redhead's impressions of how people wake up to different alarms. Check out all the videos we mention and more on our blog (2old4tiktok.com), Instagram (@2old4tiktokpod), and TikTok (@2old4tiktok_podcast).
We've had listeners during our giveaway talk about their favorite episodes and most were saying they loved our listener question episodes where we answer the various questions you guys have sent in to us, so today we're giving you another listener question episode. Tune in today to hear the various inquiries we answer that we've recently received. Suz, what are your favorite resources to source original art? 9:00 Best home items to add or not add to your wedding registry 13:10 Formula for throw pillows on a bed 20:50 Old home with closed up fireplace in a kid's bedroom 29:40 Favorite fabrics on indoor sofas with pets 31:15 Renovating a Dutch colonial 34:45 Upcycling an old item into a new design 37:45 In-person, live Dear Alice event 44:00 “My number one tip to people is just to look for galleries around you, look for art shows around you, look for boutiques around you. Try and find the artist. If you fall in love with art, DM them. Talk to them. Find out the story because that's what makes art so fantastic is the story behind it. You relate to it with your own story.” 9:39 https://www.instagram.com/alicelaneinteriors/ https://www.instagram.com/alicelanehome/ https://alicelanehome.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AliceLaneHome https://www.pinterest.com/alicelanehome/ https://www.youtube.com/alicelanehomecollectionsaltlakecity News Letter: https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=HZENWY&g=PFcqV5
What if I told you that you could rewrite your genetics? That just because your parents died early, doesn't mean that you will. This is the science of epigenetics. Today we talk with leading expert Dr. Shimul Chowdhury about our genes NOT being our fate. Find out how you can make meaningful, tangible, durable improvements to your sleep and health at cprhealthclinic.com Schedule a free consult. (Below is a portion of the AI-generated transcript. If you want the whole thing, become a site member for free.at cprhealthclinic.com) welcome to CPR for Life, everyone. I often meet people who think they are screwed because of their family history. They say things like, everyone in my family dies early from heart disease. So why shouldn't I just enjoy my Big Mac and cigarettes? They feel powerless against their genetic destiny. Today's guest is going to help us realize that we have much more control of this destiny than we might think, both for ourselves and maybe even for our kids. He's an incredibly smart guy using his knowledge to help improve lives, particularly those of children. But before I introduce him, And we start talking to them. I wanted to give a little bit more introduction to epigenetics because probably most people haven't heard of it. It's relatively new, only been around for about 40 plus years. And we'll go into exactly what it is for when we talk to our guests. But before that, I just wanted to give some examples. Of what it means. Some cool examples of epigenetics playing a role. Or that fruit lies. We'll change the shape of their bodies and their wings. And response to different environmental factors like temperature. These epigenetic changes can even be passed down. Two children. There was an unfortunate time called the Dutch hunger winter. During world war II. Where Germany cut off food to the Netherlands. And so people were starving, including pregnant women that were malnourished. And so the children. We're born . Had a much higher risk of developing obesity and other metabolic diseases. Because that malnutrition. Changed expression and genes. And then literature is showing that their relationships between how genes are expressed and things like high blood pressure, aging, diabetes. , high cholesterol, for example, there've been discoveries of certain genes. That when epigenetically changed, affect how atherosclerosis. Develops that's the plaque inside the blood vessels that can lead to heart attacks. That can also change how high your cholesterol levels are. as another example, chronic stress, particularly traumatic stress. Can alter the expression of genes and can make a person even more sensitive to stress. It's like a vicious loop and of course everything's connected to everything. And one example of that is that stress can alter the microbiome and then the resulting changes in what those bacteria in the gut produce can change gene expression. So after That I really do need to mention two things. Number one, take the CPR stress course. You'll find it at www.cprhealthclinic.com/stress, and two… eat your vegetables. And your fruits and your whole grains and your legumes. Anyway, that's enough of my long introduction to the topic. Let's get to our guest. Dr. Shimul Chowdhury is a board certified clinical molecular geneticist who's also the vice president of lab operations for Clear Note Health and also works closely with the Rady Children's Institute. for genomic medicine. Additionally, he's a researcher with many peer reviewed publications. Welcome, Dr. Chowdhury. Thanks, Dr. Thanks for having me. So tell us, Shimul, what's your background? How did you get into genetics? What do you do? I've always had a lot of interest in genetics from an early age, even just working in laboratories. The first lab I was in was a genetics lab where they were looking at DNA and making diagnoses of genetic diseases from the tests that they were running in the laboratories. So my career has really been focused on Genetics and epigenetics will be talking about today and its impact on human health and kind of the role that I have is I have a PhD background, so I spent a lot of time in the lab, but really trying to be a bridge between the laboratory. And physicians and clinical practice. So taking some of these technologies to look at genetics and epigenetics, how we can use them to improve human health, either through diagnosis or risk prediction things like that and trying to take some of this, these complex scientific concepts and make it understandable for physicians and for patients. So I've been. involved in, developing multiple tests that are used clinically. Now talk to a lot of different physicians and been part of different clinical studies to make sure we're doing it responsibly and doing it right. So yeah, it's been a passion of mine for a long time and, been able to apply it into pediatric setting as well as in the adult oncology setting that I'm sure we'll. Touch base on a little bit as the podcast goes along. So yeah, it's an exciting concept, exciting field. And , yeah, I'm very excited to talk more about it. , and as people learn what the genetics, epigenetics is, I think they'll get more excited too. But first question for you, I ask everybody, what's your definition of health? Oh, that's a good question. My definition of health is being in balance in all aspects of your life. I guess that's physical is a big part of it. Mental, social, spiritual, and they all play off of each other. And yeah I think they all can influence each other. So trying to. To maintain a balance of that is I think something we're all trying to strive for. I would agree with that. So tell me, Now, take us into epigenetics, first off, describing what the old paradigm of just genetics is or used to be, and how epigenetics adds to that. Yeah, , so I would think of it this way for folks. Again, people may or may not be aware of just like the fundamentals of genetics. We have these four letters that are our genetic code, A's, C's, T's, and G's. And we have 3 billion letters pairs of letters in our DNA sequence. And that's the, and that's the code of life. So these strings of letters. Code for genes, which code for proteins that do all the functions of our body help develop our organs, determine our appearance things like that. And we have these trillions of cells in our bodies that all have the same. DNA, right? The same genetic code, but obviously they do different things. They have different functions. And one of the main reasons for that is the epigenetics side of things. So epi, like the prefix of it, the EPI part literally means on top. So upon the DNA. And so what is happening in epigenetics is basically you have these modifications that are happening on top of the DNA sequence that impact the expression of genes.
Ayo is joined by The Athletic's Carl Anka and Simon Hughes, plus Chief football writer for Dutch newspaper AD Sjoerd Mossou, to explain how Ajax imploded - after the ugly scenes on Sunday that led to 'De Klassieker' being abandoned... The panel discuss the power vacuum left by Marc Overmars, Edwin van der Sar and former manager Erik ten Hag, and how far the club has fallen from that run to the Champions League semi-finals in 2019. Also, what role the former Arsenal and Dortmund transfer chief Sven Mislintat has played in this summer's chaos, as Ajax, like so many of Europe's legacy clubs, have been plunged into an 'identity crisis' of their own. Produced by Adonis Pratsides Additional Production: Jay Beale Executive Producer: Adey Moorhead *** • Get Coors Light delivered straight to your door with Drizly or Instacart by going to coorslight.com/COOLIGANS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Drivers, beware: there's a new best way to park your car. It turns out we've been parking our cars incorrectly. You'll find out why you shouldn't park in the center of a parking spot and parking along the edge is much better. Today we're driving safer cars on safer roads. But it's still better to fresh up your driving tips knowledge every once in awhile. By the way, there're always numerous cool tips out there. In this video you'll learn what's the "Dutch reach" method, why you need to remember the slogan “Reach, Swivel, Look, Open” nd what you should do if it gets too hot inside your vehicle. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Cycling Podcast returns this week with an in-depth look at the news story that has rocked the sport over the past few days: the revelation by Dutch website Wielerflits that the existing Jumbo-Visma and Soudal-Quick Step teams may be about to join forces. Daniel Friebe and ace Eurosport commentator Rob Hatch hear from the journalist who broke the story, Raymond Kerchoffs, and go on to discuss both the likelihood and the implications of any such move. Does it spell the end of the road for Primož Roglič at Jumbo-Visma ad the start of a new journey for Remco Evenepoel, perhaps alongside Jonas Vingegaard? We weigh up those possibilities and various permutations. There's the usual round-up of the week's other news, including results of last weekend's European Championships. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Science in Sport. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it's after 11am). Incogni This episode is supported by Incogni from NordVPN. Ensure your security online with a subscription today. Listeners will get an exclusive Incogni deal at incogni.com/thecyclingpodcast Science in Sport The Cycling Podcast has been supported since 2016 by Science In Sport. World leading experts in endurance nutrition. Go to scienceinsport.com to see the whole range. MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 60 exclusive episodes. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Transcriptie: https://www.eenbeetjenederlands.nl/podcast/neutraal-moresnet Steun de podcast! https://petjeaf.com/eenbeetjenederlands Aflevering 58: Neutraal Moresnet De buurlanden van Nederland zijn België en Duitsland, dat weet je vast. Maar iets meer dan 100 jaar geleden was er een derde buurland, dat derde land was Neutraal Moresnet. In deze aflevering maken we een uitstapje naar een eeuw geleden, naar dit bizarre mini-landje. Een verhaal over een buurland van Nederland waar 99% van de Nederlanders nog nooit van gehoord heeft. Met: waarom dit land een land werd, hoe dat precies begon en hoe dat weer ten einde kwam. Een Beetje Nederlands De podcast voor iedereen die beter Nederlands wil leren luisteren! Voor mensen op niveau B1/B2. Afleveringen over allerlei onderwerpen in duidelijk en helder gesproken Nederlands. Iedere aflevering heeft een transcriptie om mee te lezen. Leer met deze podcast Een Beetje Nederlands! Learn Dutch with this podcast for intermediate learners (level B1/B2). This podcast lets you listen to a range of different subjects in clear and slowly spoken Dutch. Every episode comes with a free transcript on the website. Learn a little Dutch with Een Beetje Nederlands!
Our guest today is Netherlander Thijs Brocades Zaalberg! Thijs is a University Lecturer at the Universiteit Leiden and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Military Sciences at the Netherlands Defense Academy in Breda. Before moving to Leiden, Thijs worked at the Netherlands Insitute of Military History in The Hague. He is currently the coordinator for the project Comparing Extreme Violence in the Wars of Decolonization, 1945-1962, at the Netherlands Insitute of Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Thijs earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Groningen, spent a year at Trinity College, Dublin, and then took his PhD at the University of Amsterdam. Thijs also spent ten years as an officer in the Reserve of the Royal Netherlands Army. Thijs is a specialist in colonial warfare, counterinsurgency, and peace operations. He is the editor, with Bart Luttikhuis, of Empire's Violent End: Comparing Dutch, British, and French Wars of Decolonization, 1945-1962 (Cornell), and is author of Soldiers and Civil Power: Supporting or Substituting Civil Authorities in Modern Peace Operations (Amsterdam), coauthor with Arthur ten Cate of A Gentle Occupation Dutch Military Operations in Iraq, 2003-2005 (Leiden), and coauthor with Frances Gouda of American Visions of the Netherlands East Indies/Indonesia: US Foreign Policy and Indonesian Nationalism (Amsterdam). He has also published over a dozen essays and articles in English and Dutch journals. Join us for a fascinating chat with Thijs Zaalberg. We'll talk about his parents and grandparents' experience in the Second World War, his rebellious turn toward history as a career path, the Dutch military experience, Beck, The Bear, being a war diarist in Afghanistan, Grolsch, and some BBQ basics. We're on a roll with Season 4! Rec.: 08/09/2023
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September is PCOS awareness month so I wanted to do a full podcast on all things PCOS! Many women go undiagnosed, or unsupported, in their PCOS journey. I hope this episode makes you feel empowered, seen and supported whether you have been diagnosed with PCOS or not. Learn what it is, how to support PCOS symptoms and feel encouraged in your hormone health journey. Thank you for allowing me to be a part in your health and wellness journey! These links below support me, my business and family so I appreciate all of your support!!! (: Authentic Health Women's Wellness Virtual Clinic: https://login.circle.so/sign_in?request_host=authentichealth.circle.soJOIN OUR GIRL GROUP AND WORKOUT TOGETHERFitness App Free Trial: https://my.playbookapp.io/lacey-lyons To learn more about the DUTCH test, please go to my website under functional testing: https://www.myauthentichealth.com/Multivitamin: https://nskn.co/vAYhayGut Health Support: https://nskn.co/cIfp6aMetabolism: https://nskn.co/Xlrj8KFish oil: https://nskn.co/IHUVVjAmazon Storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/lacey_authentichealth?ref_=cm_sw_r_apin_aipsfshop_aipsflacey_authentichealth_S6TKWQC1H9Q3R45W8CX9Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lacey_authentichealth/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@dietitianlacey?_t=8aFz6oFlUtf&_r=1YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgvyxMZs3rZXBnlisV9m5kgSupport the show
Great racing in Rochester for the 3rd and 4th round of the USCX series! Noah and Issam discuss the racing of both days. They talk about THAT move by Andrew Strohmeyer on the stairs, and how that helped silent assassin Vincent Baestaens take the win. The mistakes by White, lacking legs of Rouiller & strong weekend of Van den Ham are also discussed. There was also plenty of talking to do about the womens races ,where Rochette won but not without a fight. Canada was on top as Holmgren & McGill both impressed. Thread on feeding: https://twitter.com/jens_dekker/status/1705891991161020507 News Report: /https://www.wdbj7.com/2023/09/17/virginia-blue-ridge-cyclocross-comes-an-end-sunday/ The Dutch word of this week was Diskwalificatie which means disqualified. The song played was Amalia by Wesly Bronkhorst: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohsjZOOs48k
Tyler Wittkofsky is a multi-genre author, podcaster, mental health & travel blogger, and award-winning marketing and communications professional from the southern coast of North Carolina where he currently resides with his wife Grace and dogs Dutch and Belle. His first novel, (Not) Alone, was based on true events surrounding the struggles of mental illness. The Seeds of Love: Sunflower Kisses Book One was his debut romance novel centered around a mentally ill young man. His first poetry collection, Coffee, Alcohol, and Heartbreak, was composed of mental health-based poems written over four years. Tyler blogs his mental health journey on www.TylerWittkofsky.com. He is the co-host on the Back Porch Parley and Cook the Books podcast where he discusses society and modern trends in an attempt to bring civility back to discussion. He is also the publisher of Tea With Coffee Media, a small independent publishing company specializing in telling untold stories. You can find him on social media at @TylerWittkofsky and his work at https://linktr.ee/wittkofsky.
This holiday treat can be found all throughout the Netherlands. It is said that eating this treat will save you from the wrath of a goddess. And while it's a Christmas and New Year's delicacy, its beginnings can be found in Jewish culture. We're exploring the history and origin of oliebollen. Website: https://www.seasonseatingspodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasonseatingspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasonseatingspod Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/seasonseatpod Email: email@example.com Youtube: https://youtube.com/@seasonseatings Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/seasonseatings
Original Air Date: 06/21/2021 Dimitri and Khalid explore Gustavus Myers' seminal 1910 work “History of the Great American Fortunes” and the political economy of the early American colonies, the Dutch patroon system, the symbiotic development of chattel slavery and WASP supremacy, legalized piracy, New England privateers turned shipping magnates, the betrayal of the Revolution and debasement of the workers, Silk Toppers criminalizing vagrancy and pauperism, John Jacob Astor's American Fur Company cheating and swindling its way to the top, the importance of elite intermarriage, and the inextricability of Northern merchant and Southern slaveowner wealth. For access to full-length Patreon episodes, upcoming installments of DEMON FORCES, and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad.
The FC crew react to the aftermath of Real Madrid's loss to Atletico Madrid in the Madrid Derby and if there is any concern for Los Blancos. Plus, Chelsea's struggles continue, what can be done to turn them around. And, Dutch international Mario Melchiot joins the show to explain the current situation with Dutch football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Kristin Johnson is a functional nutritionist with advanced training in holistic nutrition and a specialty in peri-menopause and menopause health. She is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition, a certified DUTCH hormone test practitioner, and a graduate of the Nutritional Therapy Association's Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner program. She completed a professional mentorship with naturopathic endocrinologist Dr. Rebecca Provorse in 2020 and is half—along with her partner, Maria—of the health coaching business, Wise and Well. Maria Claps is a functional health coach with a specialty in peri-menopause and menopause. She graduated from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2013 and then went on to study in a hormone program for practitioners with Dr Sara Gottfried in 2014. She completed the Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Certification Program and, in 2017, completed the Menopause Method Program for Physicians with Dr David Rosensweet. She has been personally mentored by hormone scholar Dr Lindsey Berkson and naturopathic endocrinologist Dr Rebecca Provorse. She now mentors other health coaches and nutritionists to help them understand the unique and profound hormone changes of midlife. In this conversation, Tro, Brian, Kristin, and Maria talk about how Kristin and Maria met and founded Wise and Well, why Kristin transitioned from being an attorney to working in nutrition, how Kristin and Maria approach treating menopausal and peri-menopausal women, the place and purpose of various hormones in women's health, the effects of stress and spirituality on hormonal and metabolic health, and the deficiencies of the standard practice of medicine and coaching. For more information, please see the links below. Thank you for listening! Links: Wise and Well: Wise and Well InstaLinks Instagram Dr. Brian Lenzkes: Website Twitter Dr. Tro Kalayjian: Website Twitter Instagram Doctor Tro App Join a growing community of individuals who are improving their metabolic health; together. Get started at your own pace with a self-guided curriculum developed by Dr. Tro and his care team, community chat, weekly meetings, courses, challenges, message boards and more. Apple Google Learn more
Lexicographer, author and Dictionary Corner resident Susie Dent has been studying words to make us feel happy. She brings etymologies concerning cows, gas, guts and fat, of bellies and breathing and bonanzas. And some that came from the high seas and aren't made up! Find out more about this episode and the topics therein, and obtain the transcript, at theallusionist.org/siblings-of-chaos. Become a member of the Allusioverse at theallusionist.org/donate and as well as keeping this independent podcast going, you get regular livestreams and watchalong parties - AND to hang out with your fellow Allusionauts in our delightful Discord community. We'll be watching the new season of Great British Bake Off together, starting Tuesday 26 September 2023. Our ad partner is Multitude. If you want me to talk lovingly and winningly about your product or thing, sponsor an episode: contact Multitude at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • Bombas, whose mission is to make the comfiest clothes ever, and match every item sold with an equal item donated. Go to bombas.com/allusionist to get 20% off your first purchase. • Ravensburger, who make jigsaw puzzles for ages toddler to ancient and piece preferences from two to 40,000!• Squarespace, your one-stop shop for building and running your online empire. Go to squarespace.com/allusionist for a free 2-week trial, and get 10 percent off your first purchase of a website or domain with the code allusionist. • HelloFresh, America's number 1 meal kit - pre-portioned farm-fresh ingredients and seasonal recipes delivered right to your door. Go to HelloFresh.com/50allusionist and use the code 50allusionist for 50% off plus 15% off the next 2 months.Support the show: http://patreon.com/allusionistSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.