Podcasts about Mondo

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Share on LinkedIn
Copy link to clipboard
  • 2,103PODCASTS
  • 11,221EPISODES
  • 38mAVG DURATION
  • 2DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • Jun 29, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20122013201420152016201720182019202020212022



    Best podcasts about Mondo

    Show all podcasts related to mondo

    Latest podcast episodes about Mondo

    Radio Company Pod News
    Podcast del 29/06/2022

    Radio Company Pod News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 6:32


    Il notiziario flash con le ultime notizie dall'Italia e dal Mondo

    SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
    Aggiornamenti dal mondo dell'arte, mentre si conclude il “Dark Mofo” di Hobart

    SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 3:09


    Il “Dark Mofo” è un festival che si svolge a Hobart, in Tasmania, e celebra l'oscurità del solstizio d'inverno nell'emisfero meridionale con eventi notturni, racconta Andrea Candiani di Blackartprojects. 

    Tutto nel mondo è burla
    Tutto nel mondo è burla Stasera all'opera - La Grande Caccia all'Opera

    Tutto nel mondo è burla

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 92:11


    Tutto nel mondo è burla Stasera all'opera - La Grande Caccia all'Opera

    Nessun luogo è lontano
    Vertici G7 e NATO: i movimenti dei grandi del mondo

    Nessun luogo è lontano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    Abbiamo raccontato il vertice del G7 appena chiuso, forse con uno sblocco dei carichi di grano intrappolati in Ucraina, e il vertice NATO che sta per iniziare, un summit che forse metterà nero su bianco lo status di minaccia costituito dalla Russia: ne abbiamo parlato con Sergio Nava, giornalista di Radio24, inviato al vertice di Elmau e con l'ambasciatore Stefano Stefanini, consigliere scientifico di ISPI. Abbiamo anche ascoltato il parere di Gustav Gressel(Senior Policy Fellow Wider Europe Programme dello European Council on Foreign Relations, sede di Berlino, esperto di affari militari), che ha spiegato la vulnerabilità russa alle possibili sanzioni su certi prodotti necessari alla sua industria militare. Subito dopo siamo tornati negli Stati Uniti, dove il ribaltamento della sentenza Roe vs. Wade sull'aborto sta generando fratture sempre più profonde nella politica e nella società: ne abbiamo parlato con Alexander Sanger, avvocato e attivista, presidente di International Planned Parenthood Federation.

    Radio Company Pod News
    Podcast del 28/06/2022

    Radio Company Pod News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 97:38


    Il notiziario flash con le ultime notizie dall'Italia e dal Mondo

    ALLATRA TV ITALIA
    Il vero amore - una connessione interiore con Dio!

    ALLATRA TV ITALIA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:25


    ⭐️ Il mondo spirituale è uno e indivisibile. C'è una gerarchia nel mondo spirituale? Perché è così difficile per l'uomo capire la semplice verità sul Mondo di Dio? ⠀ ✨ A causa di cosa può perire tutto il nostro mondo e tutta l'umanità? Perché è importante fermare Satana nelle nostre teste e in quelle degli altri per poter costruire una società creazionista? Perché è difficile per qualcuno con una psicologia di mercato capire di cosa stiamo parlando? Dove ci viene fatto il "lavaggio del cervello" nella società moderna? ⠀ ⚡️ Se vuoi vivere, cioè trovare la Vita Eterna, che cosa devi preparare sulla via della conoscenza di te stesso? Vale la pena lavorare su se stessi per diventare Alive e cosa si ottiene alla fine del percorso? Cosa è più prezioso per Dio: l'intera razza umana o un angelo? ⠀

    Radio 24 Podcast
    Effetto Mondo - Leader divisi tra summit internazionali e problemi interni

    Radio 24 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Le prime pagine dei quotidiani europei e non solo ...I temi che sfuggono alla nostra attenzione, o perché apparentemente locali o perché diversi dalle scelte dei quotidiani italiani.Un excursus tra politica, economia e costume.

    Radio Company Pod News
    Podcast del 27/06/2022

    Radio Company Pod News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:07


    Il notiziario flash con le ultime notizie dall'Italia e dal Mondo

    Ecovicentino.it - AudioNotizie
    Atletica leggera, Elena Vallortigara firma la seconda misura al mondo dell'anno

    Ecovicentino.it - AudioNotizie

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 1:49


    Ai Campionati Italiani Assoluti di Rieti spicca la super prestazione di Elena Vallortigara che conquista il titolo ottenendo il secondo posto nelle liste mondiali della stagione. La 30enne di Schio conquista il quarto titolo italiano di salto in alto dimostrando di essere tornata l'atleta dei tempi migliori, l'azzurra è riuscita saltare 1,98 metri al terzo tentativo. Dal 2018 quando a Londra sfondava il muro dei due metri con un sontuoso 2,02, non si era più spinta così in alto. Ora la vicentina è attesa ai Mondiali di Eugene, in programma tra tre settimane e successivamente agli Europei di Monaco, ad agosto.

    Briciole di Vangelo
    Lunedì 27 giugno - Un mondo nuovo

    Briciole di Vangelo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:21


    «Seguimi, e lascia che i morti seppelliscano i loro morti».

    Kabbalah Media | mp3 #kab_ita
    Baal HaSulam. Shamati, 154. Non può esserci uno spazio vuoto nel mondo [2022-06-27] #lesson

    Kabbalah Media | mp3 #kab_ita

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 32:35


    Audio, ita_t_rav_2022-06-27_lesson_bs-shamati-154-i-efshar-lihiyot_n1_p2. Lesson_part :: Daily_lesson 1

    Kabbalah Media | mp4 #kab_ita
    Baal HaSulam. Shamati, 154. Non può esserci uno spazio vuoto nel mondo [2022-06-27] #lesson

    Kabbalah Media | mp4 #kab_ita

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 32:35


    Video, ita_t_rav_2022-06-27_lesson_bs-shamati-154-i-efshar-lihiyot_n1_p2. Lesson_part :: Daily_lesson 1

    RetroZap Podcast Network
    DorkLair #192: DorkLair's 5th Anniversary (Mondo, Mezco, Hot Toys, and more!)

    RetroZap Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


    Bill, Chris and Larry celebrate five years of podcasting before revisiting this week's action figure news including Mondo, Mezco, Hot Toys, and more.

    DorkLair
    DorkLair 192: DorkLair's 5th Anniversary (Mondo, Mezco, Hot Toys, and more!)

    DorkLair

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 71:25


    Bill, Chris and Larry celebrate five years of podcasting before revisiting this week's action figure news including Mondo, Mezco, Hot Toys, and more.

    Radio Company Pod News
    Podcast del 26/06/2022

    Radio Company Pod News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 6:50


    Il notiziario flash con le ultime notizie dall'Italia e dal Mondo

    The History of Computing
    St Jude, Felsenstein, and Community Memory

    The History of Computing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 11:38


    Lee Felsenstein went to the University of California, Berkeley in the 1960s. He worked at the tape manufacturer Ampex, where Oracle was born out of before going back to Berkeley to finish his degree. He was one of the original members of the Homebrew Computer Club, and as with so many inspired by the Altair S-100 bus, designed the Sol-20, arguably the first microcomputer that came with a built-in keyboard that could be hooked up to a television in 1976. The Apple II was introduced the following year. Adam Osborne was another of the Homebrew Computer Club regulars who wrote An Introduction to Microcomputers and sold his publishing company to McGraw-Hill in 1979. Flush with cash, he enlisted Felsenstein to help create another computer, which became the Osborne 1. The first commercial portable computer, although given that it weighed almost 25 pounds, is more appropriate to call a luggable computer. Before Felsensten built computers, though, he worked with a few others on a community computing project they called Community Memory.  Judith Milhon was an activist in the 1960s Civil Rights movement who helped organize marches and rallies and went to jail for civil disobedience. She moved to Ohio, where she met Efrem Lipkin, and as with many in what we might think of as the counterculture now, they moved to San Francisco in 1968. St Jude, as she became called learned to program in 1967 and ended up at the Berkeley Computer Company after the work on the Berkeley timesharing projects was commercialized. There, she met Pam Hardt at Project One.  Project One was a technological community built around an alternative high school founded by Ralph Scott. They brought together a number of non-profits to train people in various skills and as one might expect in the San Francisco area counterculture they had a mix of artists, craftspeople, filmmakers, and people with deep roots in technology. So much so that it became a bit of a technological commune. They had a warehouse and did day care, engineering, film processing, documentaries, and many participated in anti-Vietnam war protests. They had all this space and Hardt called around to find the computer. She got an SDS-940 mainframe donated by TransAmerica in 1971. Xerox had gotten out of the computing business and TransAmerica's needs were better suited for other computers at the time. They had this idea to create a bulletin board system for the community and created a project at Project One they called Resource One. Plenty thought computers were evil at the time, given their rapid advancements during the Cold War era, and yet many also thought there was incredible promise to democratize everything.  Peter Deutsch then donated time and an operating system he'd written a few years before. She then published a request for help in the People's Computer Computer magazine and got a lot of people who just made their own things. An early precursor to maybe micro-services, where various people tinkered with data and programs. They were able to do so because of the people who could turn that SDS into a timesharing system.  St Jude's partner Lipkin took on the software part of the project. Chris Macie wrote a program that digitized information on social services offered in the area that was maintained by Mary Janowitz, Sherry Reson, and Mya Shone. That was eventually taken over by the United Way until the 1990s.  Felsenstein helped with the hardware. They used teletype terminals to connect a video terminal and keyboard built into a wooden cabinet so real humans could access the system. The project then evolved into what was referred to as Community Memory. Community Memory Community Memory became the first public computerized bulletin board system established in 1973 in Berkeley, California. The first Community Memory terminal was located at Leopard's Record in Berkeley. This was the first opportunity for people who were not studying the scientific subject to be able to use computers. It became very popular but soon was shut down by the founders because they face hurdles to replicate the equipment and languages being used. They were unable to expand the project.  This allowed them to expand the timesharing system into the community and became a free online community-based resource used to share knowledge, organize, and grow. The initial stage of Community Memory from 1973 to 1975, was an experiment to see how people would react to using computers to share information.  Operating from 1973 to 1992, it went from minicomputers to microcomputers as those became more prevelant. Before Resource One and Community Memory, computers weren't necessarily used for people. They were used for business, scientific research, and military purposes. After Community Memory,  Felsenstein and others in the area and around the world helped make computers personal. Commun tty Memory was one aspect of that process but there were others that unfolded in the UK, France, Germany and even the Soviet Union - although those were typically impacted by embargoes and a lack of the central government's buy-in for computing in general.  After the initial work was done, many of the core instigators went in their own directions. For example, Felsenstein went on to create the SOL and pursue his other projects in personal computing. Many had families or moved out of the area after the Vietnam War ended in 1975. The economy still wasn't great, but the technical skills made them more employable.  Some of the developers and a new era of contributors regrouped and created a new non-profit in 1977. They started from scratch and developed their own software, database, and communication packages. It was very noisy so they encased it in a card box. It had a transparent plastic top so they could see what was being printed out. This program ran from 1984 to 1989.  After more research, a new terminal was released in 1989 in Berkeley. By then it had evolved into a pre-web social network.  The modified keyboard had brief instructions mounted on it, which showed the steps to send a message, how to attach keywords to messages, and how to search those keywords to find messages from others.  Ultimately, the design underwent three generations, ending in a network of text-based browsers running on basic IBM PCs accessing a Unix server. It was never connected to the Internet, and closed in 1992. By then, it was large, unpowered, and uneconomical to run in an era where servers and graphical interfaces were available. A booming economy also ironically meant a shortage of funding. The job market exploded for programmers in the decade that led up to the dot com bubble and with inconsistent marketing and outreach, Community Memory shut down in 1992. Many of the people involved with Resource One and Community memory went on to have careers in computing. St Jude helped found the cypherpunks and created Mondo 2000 magazine, a magazine dedicated to that space where computers meet culture. She also worked with Efrem Lipkin on CoDesign, and he was a CTO for many of the dot coms in the late 1990s. Chris Neustrup became a programmer for Agilent. The whole operation had been funded by various grants and donations and while there haven't been any studies on the economic impact due to how hard it is to attribute inspiration rather than direct influence, the payoff was nonetheless considerable.

    IPNOSI DCS Vera e Professionale

    scarica ora audio mp3 DCS dal titolo PARALISI MAI PIU' :https://claudiosaracino.com/prodotto/paralisi-mai-piu-metodo-dcs/#paralisi #ictus #paralisifaccialePARALISI MAI PIU' – Metodo DCS - Dr. Claudio Saracinohttps://claudiosaracino.comPARALISI E IPNOSI? IPNOSI DCS UNICA AL MONDO

    IPNOSI DCS Vera e Professionale

    scarica audio mp3 DCS dal titolo STUDENTE SUPER (COME OTTENERE IL MASSIMO DEI VOTI) :https://claudiosaracino.com/prodotto/studente-super-come-ottenere-il-massimo-dei-voti-metodo-dcsSTUDENTE SUPER (COME OTTENERE IL MASSIMO DEI VOTI) – Metodo DCS - Dr. Claudio Saracinohttps://claudiosaracino.com

    Prophecy Watchers
    Mondo Gonzales: Sentient Artificial Intelligence

    Prophecy Watchers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 99:13


    Human Radio
    #120 El teléfono negro

    Human Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 57:30


    En el episodio de esta semana les hablo brevemente de la película El teléfono negro

    TechnoPillz
    The Morning Rant del 23 giugno 2022: i videomaker sono

    TechnoPillz

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 32:47


    Oggi rant superlativo contro i videomaker che si comportano come se fosse ancora il XX secolo.SVEGLIAAHHHH!!!

    Successful Home Ownership With Richard McKenzie
    Mondo Condo...Condo Types Explained

    Successful Home Ownership With Richard McKenzie

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 18:54


    There are all types of Condominiums. This episode explains those different types and what we look for and how when you are shopping around to look for these differences and help you make that decision. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/richard-mckenzie9/support

    Real Talk with Zuby
    #211 Keith Weiner - Gold and Bitcoin

    Real Talk with Zuby

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 52:06


    Keith Weiner is the founder and CEO of Monetary Metals, an investment firm that is unlocking the productivity of gold. Most people regard gold as a dry asset, to lock away in a vault, incurring storage fees. Many are waiting for it to rise in price. Keith and Monetary Metals are on a mission to change this.Follow Zuby - https://twitter.com/zubymusic Follow Oliver - https://twitter.com/theoliveranwar Subscribe to the 'Real Talk With Zuby' podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify & more - https://fanlink.to/zubypodcast Support Zuby on Patreon - https://patreon.com/zubymusic Special thanks to GOLD TIER Patreon members: Andrea Mucelli, Edwin Chiang, Libbie Richardson, Matt Gallagher, Matthew Steinfeld, Paul Pugh, Mondo, Todd Weyl, Destiny Hillhouse, OnlineBookClub.org Website - https://zubymusic.com Online Store - https://teamzuby.com 'Strong Advice: Zuby's Guide to Fitness For Everybody' eBook - https://gumroad.com/l/zubyfitness

    Junk Food Dinner
    JFD624: The Beyond, The Boys Next Door, Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor

    Junk Food Dinner

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


    Those top-class weirdos the Dom Deluise crew have outdone themselves this week with 3 wild flicks for us to chat about! Up first! It's Lucio Fulci's /other/ 'Gates of Hell' movie (that somehow we haven't reviewed yet) The Beyond, from 1981! It's the one where eyeballs get gauged, but in New Orleans! (thanks Portland Paul!) Next up! We hit the road with Charlie Sheen and his ghoulish friend in the early Penelope Spheeris joint The Boys Next Door (from 1985). Keep your eyes peeled for Moon Unit Zappa in a cameo. (thanks Ricky!) Finally! Of course, it's 2013's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor, a movie picked by Parker, who likes those guys (those guys being Tyler Perry, who directed this movie and who also likes to smell his own farts). Parker likes those guys! (thanks Mark from England!) All this plus the official Bob Dylan show report starring Sean Byron, continued DALL-E Mini chat (we're still calling it that), Kevin's fed up with this bullshit, Parker gets the Mothman deets on infidelity, podcast transcriptions, hellish Italian devil folk, a newspaper hoarding problem, Kevin admits how he fills his workhours with urine-related internet searches, surprisingly subdued Fulci enthusiasm, untamed xenochrony, nerd news and even more! Recorded live-to-tape on Tall Girl Appreciation Day, 2022!! Direct Donloyd HereGot a movie suggestion for the show, or better yet an opinion on next week's movies? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865). Add it to your telephone now! JOIN THE CONVERSATION!Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'd love to see some of your love on Patreon - it's super easy and fun to sign up for the extra bonus content. We'll start an undead rock & roll band for your love and support. With picks like these, you GOTTA #DonloydNow and listen in!

    Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
    06.22.22 (MP3): News for Gearheads - Ford VS Its Customers (Testing on Buyers & Recalling the Fails), Governor VS Business (Caterpillar Bails on Gov. Pretzyl), Local Police Defending Law & Order Like a Boss, + Helmet, Garbage, Magnet, Duran, Mondo

    Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 61:01


    You know you're popular when the citizens of your state call you "Gov. Toilet Scandal", and Illinois' elected rich snob has cemented his popularity by bulldozing legacy state resident Caterpillar.  ...And yeah, they're headed for Texas.  Meanwhile, the cops in that state's ritzy hamlet of Naperville are holding down the fort, especially when attacked by Paul Bunyan (insert axe-to-gunfight joke here).  Seriously, cats and kitties, let's back the blue.  While we're at it: Ford trannies versus the neighbor's dog, pinko electric van plan fails (so much cronyism), with a special appearance from the Sinister drop-inner, and ice on a volcano.