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SPS
Ep. 53: The Elections & the Left, and Platypus Review #152

SPS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 83:58


In the first part of this episode, Lisa & Rebekah are joined by members, Laurie R. & Jasper to talk about how Platypus has captured the relationship between the Left & the elections. They have gone into the archives of the Platypus Affiliated Society, and have asked how our work can help us to think about these inflection points on the Left across the elections, namely, 2008 (Obama); 2016 (Brexit; Trump; AfD); 2020 (Trump & Biden, Corbyn & Boris); and the coming 2024 election. In the second segment, Pamela sits down with the Platypus Review Editor-in-Chief, Lou S., to discuss what is in the Dec 2022—Jan 2023 issue, including the interview with Vivek Chibber, his perspectives on ideology, the task of the Left today, and the DSA & the elections, as well as a book review of Chibber's book by Russell Jacoby, and the interview with Enzo Traverso. Election & the Left Links: 2008: "Obama: Progress in regress: The end of 'black politics'" https://platypus1917.org/2008/09/01/obama-progress-in-regress-the-end-of-black-politics/ 2016: "Why not Trump?" https://platypus1917.org/2016/09/06/why-not-trump/ 2016: Teach-in: "Anti-trumpism: what does it mean for the Left?" https://archive.org/details/TeachinAntitrumpism 2017: "The Millennial Left is dead" https://platypus1917.org/2017/10/01/millennial-left-dead/ 2019: Panel "Democracy and the Left" with Benjamin Studebaker (Cambridge University, What's Left podcast), Marjorie Mayo (Emeritus Professor, Goldsmiths University), James Heartfield (Independent author, Spiked!) and Adam Buick (Socialist Party of Great Britain) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzd_0dy2Tz4 Platypus Review 152 (December 2022-January 2023) https://platypus1917.org/category/pr/ Interview with Vivek Chibber https://platypus1917.org/2022/12/01/confronting-capitalism-an-interview-with-vivek-chibber/ Book Review of Chibber by Russell Jacoby https://platypus1917.org/2022/12/01/shadowboxing-a-review-of-vivek-chibbers-the-class-matrix/ Interview with Enzo Traverso https://platypus1917.org/2022/12/01/we-were-orphans-an-interview-with-enzo-traverso/

The Industry
E141 Meredith Barry

The Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 37:31


This weeks guest is Meredith Barry who joins us from St Louis, Missouri. Meredith Ann Barry was immersed within the hospitality industry at an early age, her father placing her to work in the country club that he managed some time ago. Although she held many roles throughout her time there, the excitement of creating drinks for others to imbibe seduced Meredith. From the humble beginnings of mini bottles and Island Oasis Pina Coladas, to creating craft cocktails at one of the top bars in the city of Chicago it has always been about giving a genuine experience. Meredith believes in the power of acting, speaking, leading, and being consistent in expectations, commitments, and passions to those around her—whether at home or in the work place. Meredith is forged in the heat of passion for the love, respect, validation and commitment to every individual who walks through the door. In Chicago, Meredith has worked at Ombra, Sable, and Volume 39. She was the national champion of Compass Box's Scotch Competition in 2018 and an national finalist in the Gra'it Grappa Competition in 2017. Meredith is the co-owner of the bar Platypus in St Louis, Missouri and has also appeared as a contestant on Drink Masters on Netflix. Links drinkplatypus.com @drinkplatypus @whiskeygirltavern @meredithbarry92517 @sugarrunbar @babylonsistersbar @the_industry_podcast email us: info@theindustrypodcast.club Podcast Artwork by Zak Hannah zakhannah.co

Meet St. Louis
Episode 217: Mixologist Meredith Barry

Meet St. Louis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 37:03


Meredith Barry grew up in the hospitality world, watching her dad and soon following her own path that eventually led her behind the bar in her hometown of Chicago. She remembers the first time she got the chance to serve customers, and she fell in love with the industry, an industry that isn't always the easiest. Now, as the owner of Platypus in the Grove, she strives to take the decades of lessons learned and teach a new generation. She came to St. Louis for a job at the Angad Arts Hotel and soon fell for our city and the culinary scene. She's passionate about crafting cocktails and beverage programs and has long loved to crest mocktails, and zero-proof cocktails, a trend that Meredith says has thankfully exploded in recent years. With a stint on Netflix's reality series Drink Masters, she's helping shine a spotlight on the St. Louis hospitality scene, one she strives to help make better, one beverage at a time.

Infected
PANDEMIC Episode #7

Infected

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 32:18


When the sub Los Angeles went rogue and attacked other ships in the Operation Wolf's Head task force, there were many dead and many more wounded. US Navy personnel are still trying to process those in need, and they need to check each one for evidence of cellulose, a primary indicator of the disease that turns normal people into killers. The crew of the Mary Ellen Moffet is about to find out that Steve Stanton's “Platypus” is far more advanced than they thought, and Margaret, Clarence, and Tim Feely are still hard at work trying to analyze the disease. What they find next will shatter their illusions.Written by Scott SiglerPerformed by Phil GiganteProduced by Empty Set Entertainment

Infected
PANDEMIC Episode #11

Infected

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 26:59


Margaret Montoya was the person responsible for ordering the nuke strike on Detroit, an act that killed Dew Phillips, Perry Dawsey, and over a hundred thousand people. She's carried that guilt with her nonstop ever since. Eric Edmund was injured when the submarine Los Angeles attacked the Operation Wolf Head task force. He's brain dead, and the government has made his body available to Montoya for necessary human experimentation. Chief Petty Officer Orin Nagy, on the other hand, is very alive, very infected, and trying to avoid the cellulose test would show him as positive. Meanwhile, Steve Stanton's robot the Platypus has closed in on the wreck of the Los Angeles and is waiting for instructions.Written by Scott SiglerPerformed by Phil GiganteProduced by Empty Set Entertainment

Infected
PANDEMIC Episode #13

Infected

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 34:05


Orin Nagy's rampage resulted in three more infected sailors. They are contained in the BSL-4 chambers on the USS Carl Brashears, but the new cases show the vector hovers on the edge of uncontrollable. Tim Feely's yeast-based inoculant nears completion, but how will he test it as a defense against the infection? Meanwhile, Steve Stanton awaits contact from his robot submersible, the Platypus, knowing that if he doesn't get a signal soon, Bo Pan might execute him.Written by Scott SiglerPerformed by Phil GiganteProduced by Empty Set Entertainment

Infected
PANDEMIC Episode #14

Infected

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 30:55


Aboard the Mary Ellen Moffet, Cooper Mitchell is close to completing the job for Steve Stanton and Bo Pan — the robot submersible Platypus is returning from the wreck of the Los Angeles, and it carries with it a piece of the Orbital. If the Moffet can collect the robot and the piece of Orbital, then the job is done. On board the Carl Brashears, Conroy Austin is unconscious as his body slowly changes into something else, something not human. And Tim Feely's data-mining work is about to produce some very disturbing results.Written by Scott SiglerPerformed by Phil GiganteProduced by Empty Set Entertainment

Infected
PANDEMIC Episode #16

Infected

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 24:02


Steve Stanton's robot submersible, the Platypus, went to the depths of Lake Michigan to retrieve part of the Orbital, but did it accidentally bring something else up with it? SEAL Commander Paulius Klimas and his team rescued Margaret Montaya from the pitched battle on the surface of Lake Michigan, but her ordeal is not over yet — she was exposed, and as such, she must be tested.Written by Scott SiglerPerformed by Phil GiganteProduced by Empty Set Entertainment

The Fierce Female Network
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The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 24:00


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2 Hoodies Podcast
Episode 40: Thanks Daddy

2 Hoodies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 73:28


The boys are back from yet another hiatus! T$ was gone for a month and Rick has been waiting at home whilst getting cheated on. Are white people getting clean washing themselves with their hands? Are gay men virgins? These are the pressing issues the people care about that these two idiots will explain in great detail. Listen to Rick defend Kanye and T$ say “anyways + just kidding” 50 times. Thanks daddy for listening to 92.4 the Platypus!

SPS
Ep. 52: Interviews at the UC Strike & 'End Fossil: Occupy' Protests

SPS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 71:57


On this special holiday episode, SPS brings to you reports from protests in the USA, Germany and Austria. We include shotgun interviews with participants and reflections by our members. In the first segment, our West Coast members interview the academic workers part of the strikes at the University of California. They ask the strikers at the LA and Santa Barbara campuses about their participation in the strike and their views on the relationship between this labor struggle and the long-term vision for the Left. On the second segment, our members Marius, Lisa and Andreas went to several university occupations organized by “End fossil: Occupy!” –– a climate justice movement with the goal to put an end to the fossil fuel economy. Students occupied lecture halls in different cities for several weeks to draw attention to their demands and to initiate negotiations with their respective university administrations. Links: (1) On December 15th, 2022 the Platypus Affiliated Society hosted a public forum in New York City called "Labor and the Left." This conversation was hosted in the immediate wake of the 2022 strike at The New School for Social Research. Recording: https://youtu.be/f7o1XKt2mpc (2) "The Concept of the Left and Right" a Platypus panel. Edited transcript printed in Platypus Review 68 (July 2014) https://platypus1917.org/2014/07/04/concept-left-right/ (3) G.M. Tamás, "Telling the truth about class" in Vol. 42: Socialist Register 2006: Telling the Truth, https://platypus1917.org/wp-content/uploads/tamasgm_tellingthetruthaboutclass.pdf (4) "End Fossil: Occupy!" website  https://endfossil.de

The Big 550 KTRS
Meredith Barry Platypus

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 10:03


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WASTOIDS
The Spindle: The Clean, Tally Ho! b/w Platypus

WASTOIDS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 31:08


Led by brothers David and Hamish Kilgour, The Clean is one of New Zealand's defining bands. Reflecting on the band in light of the recent passing of drummer Hamish Kilgour, our own Marc Masters called the band's songs "charmingly rough and buoyantly catchy." That signature sound was in place from the very beginning, as this week's episode of the Spindle, dedicated to The Clean's 1981 single "Tally Ho!" backed with "Platypus," makes clear. Join John and Marc as they drop the needle on a Kiwi indie rock classic and reflect on what makes The Clean and Flying Nun Records so special. About The Spindle: The 7-inch record isn't just a format—it's an art form. On each episode of The Spindle podcast, music writer Marc Masters (Pitchfork, The Wire, Bandcamp) and music historian (and music maker) John Howard dive into a great 7-inch, dissecting its background, impact, and the reasons why it stands out as a small plastic piece of music history. What's your favorite 7″? Call us at 1-877-WASTOIDS and weigh in!

MonsterTalk
272 - The Peculiar Platypus Part 2

MonsterTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 36:30


We continue our discussion of the platypus with Dr. Gilad Bino. In part 2 we explore the features that make them unique. Their extremely sensitive bills, laying eggs, venomous spurs - they're weird... yet they don't represent "new" so much as a surviving example of extremely old. Long ago mammals weren't the placental creatures that we evolved from. The echidna and platypus are the last two known survivors of our very, very ancient mammal ancestry - the monotremes. Discussed in this episode: Venery Terms for Animals Audubon article skeptical of these terms Platypus Spurs Phineas and Ferb Mind Flayers  Dr. Bino's Research  This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/monstertalk and get on your way to being your best self. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition
Episode 606: December 11, 2022

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 68:20


Episode 606: December 11, 2022 playlist: Ryoji Ikeda, "ultratronics 01" (ultratronics) 2022 Noton Jonnine, "Three Spider Bites" (Maritz) 2023 Idle Press Andrew Chalk, "Bright Rivers Run" (Bright Rivers Run / Shimmer in the Sun) 2022 Faraway Press Katie Kim, "Mona" (Hour Of The Ox) 2022 I Actually Like Music Ben LaMar Gay, "Agua Futurism" (Certain Reveries) 2022 International Anthem Ak'chamel, "Amazonian Tribes Mimicking The Sound of Chainsaws With Their Mouths" (A Mournful Kingdom of Sand) 2022 Akuphone sanr, "vesvese" (ramak (siddet denetimi)) 2022 Lost Tribe Sound Ensamble Kafka (feat. Steven Brown), "La Bateleur" (Ensamble Kafka) 2013 Independent Recordings / 2022 Klanggalerie Richie Culver, "I Was Born By The Sea" (I was born by the sea) 2022 Reif Le Millipede, "8th Leg" (Legs and Birds) 2023 Gutfeeling Colin Stetson, "Cerberus (reduction)" (Chimaera I) 2022 Room40 The Clean, "Tally Ho!" (Tally Ho! / Platypus) 1981 Flying Nun Email podcast at brainwashed dot com to say who you are; what you like; what you want to hear; share pictures for the podcast of where you're from, your computer or MP3 player with or without the Brainwashed Podcast Playing; and win free music! We have no tracking information, no idea who's listening to these things so the more feedback that comes in, the more frequent podcasts will come. You will not be put on any spam list and your information will remain completely private and not farmed out to a third party. Thanks for your attention and thanks for listening.

C+ Studios
THE SEXY NINJACAST: LEVEL 17 PLATYPUS

C+ Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 29:39


 #S1E54 #THESEXYNINJACAST #Podcast #EverySunday #KMBTheSexyNinja #RealTalk #keepsupporting #nevergiveup #NerdTalk #CplusStudios #exclusive #fyp #Review #APaperSaberProduction #Motivation #Fatherhood LEVEL UP! Crazy Hoodiez: https://www.crazyhoodiez.com/ Like and Subscribe Everything C+ Studios is Located Right Here: https://linktr.ee/Cplusstudios928 

MonsterTalk
271 - The Peculiar Platypus

MonsterTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 37:27


The platypus is a fascinating creature from the family called monotremes. There is a lot left to be discovered about these animals and in part 1 we hear about the challenges in studying them. Part 2 will explore the features that make them unique. Our guest is Dr. Gilad Bino. George Kearsley Shaw: science meets the platypus What are monotremes? The amazing penis of the echidna! Lots of cool photos of platypus biological features  Maps of complex platypus nesting burrows The Platy-Project (citizen science initiative) This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/monstertalk and get on your way to being your best self. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mental Platypus
MP57 - Platypus Tales

Mental Platypus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 103:17


Being where? Here! Getting Tweedy with it! Exploring Jeff Tweedy's extraWILCOlar activities! On this episode, Jason and Jared discuss the second Golden Smog album, Weird Tales.  Find us on Instagram and Twitter at @Mental_Platypus Email us at mentalplatypusquarterly@gmail.com Support us at https://patreon.com/hootnwaddle

The backyardphilosophy’s Podcast
How Weird Are Platypuses?!?!

The backyardphilosophy’s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 23:31


You know sometimes even God makes mistakes. Sometimes nature has one to many and creates a creature many would argue should not exist. But one creature in particular, puzzled scientist minds, at first not believing in its existence, thinking it was a hoax. To scientist asking each other how did this animal came to be. You may know this creature, popularized in media. I am talking about the weird and strange… Platypus.

Reading With Your Kids Podcast
Thankful We Can Share

Reading With Your Kids Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 34:47


Author Carmen Agra Deedy and illustrator Brian Lies are on the #ReadingWithYourKids #Podcast to celebrate their beautiful new #PictureBook Wombat Says Come In. In this book we meet a kindhearted wombat offers refuge to a parade of animal friends during an Australian bushfire. Australian bushfires roar above Wombat's home. He is fortunate that his burrow is deep below ground and he is safe. He snuggles under his crazy quilt and drinks his tea. Then, one by one, five uniquely Australian animals – Wallaby, Kookaburra, Platypus, Koala, and Sugar Glider – seek refuge from the fires, and Wombat welcomes them all. When you have the heart of a wombat, there's always room for one more! Fellowship, empathy, and adorable Australian animals star in this delightfully heartwarming and funny story about help in the time of trouble. Click here to visit Carmen's website - https://carmenagradeedy.com/book/wombat-said-come-in/ Click here to visit Brian's website - http://www.brianlies.com/ Click here to visit our website - www.readingwithyourkids.com  

Fourth and Inches, a Husky Podcast and Husky Hardcourt
Dawg & Duck Show: Rivalry Week! Apples & Platypus (with Husky Great Greg Lewis!)

Fourth and Inches, a Husky Podcast and Husky Hardcourt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 70:07


Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) turn from their rivalry with one another to focus on the Apple Cup (Huskies vs Cougars) and the Platypus Cup (Ducks vs Beavers). We welcome special guest and Husky legend Greg Lewis to join us and talk about the meaning of the Apple Cup and break down what he has seen from the Huskies in this remarkable bounce back season under Coach Kalen DeBoer and record setting QB Michael Penix. We breakdown the past weekend and look ahead to both rivalry games and discuss Warren's “Dawg Dream scenario.” Warren concludes with some fan provided Apple Cup jokes!

Kid Talk with Faith and Ciera
Happy Thanksgiving

Kid Talk with Faith and Ciera

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 45:48


Hi guys! In this episode we talk about holidays, a MYSTERY segment, and the animal of the day! We always have lots of fun and plenty of random things to chat about! We hope you enjoy our episode - if you do, it would really help if you leave a review! HAVE FUN LISTENING!!! And Happy Thanksgiving guys! I hope you have a great Thanksgiving and if you don't celebrate then have a great Thursday! Platypus - http://bit.ly/3EXYMA5 Thorny devil - http://bit.ly/3TXjSmx Faith's YouTube channel (Fun with Faith): https://www.youtube.com/funwithfaith Ciera's YouTube channel (Merry_mapel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcWuxCc7ap76Nv8BXBfepkg

Holy Slate
Rotten Apple

Holy Slate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 75:59


The best time of the year is here: Feast Week. In addition to a loaded Week 13 Rivalry Week slate, from Maui to Portland, college hoops should be on your radar heading into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The pressure is on highly ranked teams this weekend as their opponents salivate at an opportunity to ruin dreams. The much anticipated "The Game" kicks us off on Saturday while the Irish & Trojans cap off the day in a battle of opposites. Who will take home the illustrious Platypus trophy? 

Dawg & Duck Show
Rivalry Week! Apples & Platypus (with Husky Great Greg Lewis!)

Dawg & Duck Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 70:07


Warren Mainard (the Dawg) and Mark Schmor (the Duck) turn from their rivalry with one another to focus on the Apple Cup (Huskies vs Cougars) and the Platypus Cup (Ducks vs Beavers). We welcome special guest and Husky legend Greg Lewis to join us and talk about the meaning of the Apple Cup and break down what he has seen from the Huskies in this remarkable bounce back season under Coach Kalen DeBoer and record setting QB Michael Penix. We breakdown the past weekend and look ahead to both rivalry games and discuss Warren's “Dawg Dream scenario.” Warren concludes with some fan provided Apple Cup jokes!

SPS
Ep. 51: On the Brazilian & US Midterm Elections

SPS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 65:21


On this episode of SPS, Pamela first sits down with Platypus Brazilian members Paulo & Rosa. They comment on the election results, how the Left is responding to the return of Lula, and what the election of the Brazilian Workers Party means for the future of a socialist Left. In the second part, Platypus Oregon member Andony hosts a roundtable conversation on the U.S. Midterm elections with members from around the country. From New Hampshire, Walla Walla, Washington, Philadelphia, to Merced, California, we hear what our members have to say about the left's response and if there is anything for us to learn from this election. SPS is broadcasted on Apple Podcasts, Spotify & Soundcloud. If you like the episode, share it and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps us get the word out! I. Brazilian Election Segment Links: SPS Ep. 10: On Cynthia Nixon, the Brazilian elections, and Afrofuturism (Sept 2018) w/ Alex Hochuli https://soundcloud.com/platypus-affiliated-society/ep10 "What is political party for the Left?" With Leo Panitch, Jackie Barkley, Antoni Wysocki, and Carlos Pessoa (Platypus Review 74 | March 2015) https://platypus1917.org/2015/03/01/political-party-left-2/ How each party chose to express their support for Lula:  - PSTU (Unified Socialist Workers Party) - https://www.pstu.org.br/2o-turno-para-derrotar-bolsonaro-voto-critico-em-lula/ - PSOL (Socialism and Freedom party) https://psol50.org.br/psol-vai-ampliar-mobilizacao-no-2o-turno-para-eleger-lula-presidente/ - UP (Popular Unity) https://www.unidadepopular.org.br/2022/10/abaixo-a-fome-e-o-custo-de-vida-fora-bolsonaro/ - PCB (Brazilian Communist Party) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SfR5ZYtBAVjgrgKGGlaKFMJE5PLZzBL0/view - PCO (Worker's Cause Party) https://causaoperaria.org.br/2022/a-contribuicao-do-pco-para-a-vitoria-de-lula/ Platypus in Brazil https://platypus1917.org/project/sobre/ https://platypus1917.org/project/o-que-significa-platypus/ plat brazil fb: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100083550673612 Panel: "A crise na Ucrânia e a Esquerda" (3/19/22) https://youtu.be/B_L_V80lXBA Platypus at the New School (NYC) fb: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thenewschoolplatypus New School link with all our activities: https://narwhalnation.newschool.edu/organization/platypus II. U.S. Midterm Election Segment Links: "Anti-fascism in the Age of Trump" panel at UCSC, 11/7/17: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSuN5j3R6go "Perpetual motion machines: A response to Canel, Duhalde, and Horras” DL Jacobs (Platypus Review, September 2022): https://platypus1917.org/2022/09/01/perpetual-motion-machines-a-response-to-canel-duhalde-and-horras/ Anti-fascism in the Philippines: Back to the 1980s (Platypus Review, September 2022): https://platypus1917.org/2022/09/01/anti-fascism-in-the-philippines-back-to-the-1980s/ Articles in Jacobin re: U.S. Midterm Elections - https://jacobin.com/2022/11/krystal-ball-midterms-2022-rust-belt-john-fetterman-democratic-party - https://jacobin.com/2022/11/the-democrats-will-probably-lose-the-midterms-because-our-society-is-falling-apart - https://jacobin.com/2022/11/midterms-2022-progressives-democrats-abortion-student-debt-wages-health-care - https://jacobin.com/2022/11/midterm-elections-2022-progressive-health-care-reform-reproductive-rights

Talking Pools Podcast
A Platypus is a duck designed by a committee

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 23:56


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Forward Launch Your SaaS | B2B Marketing & Growth for Startups
How to bring data insights into your culture -- Katie Johnson, Marketing Manager at Platypus

Forward Launch Your SaaS | B2B Marketing & Growth for Startups

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 45:31 Transcription Available


TIMESTAMPS02:40 - Data makes content more exciting13:16 - Breaking down data into content and actionable tasks17:50 - The hardest part of creating content based on data24:00 - Why the product and marketing team should work together, and what opportunity is being missed26:30 - Data is not interesting to everyone29:30 - How Platypus never runs out of data34:00 - Brainstorming contentGUEST BACKGROUNDKatie Johnson is the Marketing Manager at Platypus, an HR tech startup with a mission to reinvent the future of work by prioritizing company culture. Katie started her career in marketing in 2017 and previously led the marketing activity at the award-winning search and behavioral science agency, Reflect Digital, supporting the company's ambitious growth and revenue targets.MAIN INSIGHTBringing data into your culture can help your team craft better content, which leads to successful marketing campaigns.KEY TAKEAWAYSContent is king, and data is the castleChange and adapt your content strategy, and focus on the key data findingsHelping people see the actual benefit of your product can help increase the traffic on your websiteWriters love it when you have proven dataCreating content that is backed up by data is a huge authority builderData can help you get more backlinks which in return helps to boost your SEOToo much branding can hurt your contentPRACTICAL STEPSGather dataIdentify the patterns, themes, and correlationBlend the data into your content strategyWork with your team to figure out the content themeMake the content digestible and easy to readReview how the content performsTIPS FOR SUCCESSWork closely with your data scientistMake the data interesting for your audienceJump into your audience's shoes and see if it's valuable to themAsk your customers what data they want to seeMORE FROM PLATYPUSPlatypus is an HR and recruitment tool that measures cultural drivers of people across the organization to help you qualify decisions on hiring and managing your culture. Learn more at Platypus.ioWant summaries, show notes, and more? Subscribe to the Forward Launch Your SaaS newsletter

Mental Platypus
MP56 - Down By The Old Main Platypus

Mental Platypus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 90:17


And so we embark on our miniseries with many names: Tweedy's Extra-Wilcolar Activities, Being Where?, or Getting Tweedy With It. We're talking the 1995 Golden Smog album, Down By The Old Main Stream, which is a pretty good album! Find us on Instagram and Twitter at @Mental_Platypus Email us at mentalplatypusquarterly@gmail.com Support us at https://patreon.com/hootnwaddle

Paranormal Plus
Vibe Check Your Mirrors

Paranormal Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 49:04


Max gets really, REALLY mad about ghost portals Email: paranormalpluspod@gmail.com Instagram: paranormalpluspod Twitter: @parapluspod Thanks to Rowan Ross for the artwork! Sources for this episode: Finding Ghostly Portals | Ghostly Activities (ghostsandmonsters.com) Spirit Portals: What They Are And How To Identify Them (backpackerverse.com) Haunted Mirrors - An Evil Spirit's Favorite Portal | Ghostly Activities (ghostsandmonsters.com) Is My Mirror A Portal For Ghosts? Signs And Tips (hauntedghoststories.com) Psychopaths Aren't Always Violent (In Fact, Most Aren't) – Psychopaths In Life Mirrors - How its made - YouTube https://van.physics.illinois.edu/ask/listing/23971#:~:text=Running%20water%20doesn't%20create%20any%20sort%20of%20special%20field. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platypus

The Supersapiens Podcast
Robby Ketchell - Engineering the fastest marathon in history and innovation in cycling with Team Sky and Garmin-Sharp

The Supersapiens Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 122:17


Robby Ketchell, is a data scientist in professional sports began with Garmin-Sharp Pro Cycling where he was the Director of Sports Science and was known as the team's 'secret weapon' for the number of innovations he brought to the sport. Among his many technological achievements, Ketchell is the creator of the fastest speed suit in the world, the BAT Box (the world's first on-board measuring device to replace a wind tunnel), and Platypus (cycling's first big data analytics tool). Following Garmin, he joined Team Sky and the INEOS Grenadiers helping the teams win four Tour de France titles. Most recently, Ketchell served as a critical member to the performance team for the INEOS 1:59 Challenge Show notes: 1:43 – Community Shoutouts 3:36 – Xylon and David's current training update 5:43 – Xylon starts strength training 6:05 – Strength training for health 8:18 – How to start strength training and not be sore 09:12 – Episode starts 10:33 – Is it better working with running or cycling 11:19 – How Robby got into cycling and his professional career 12:06 – How did Robby start working in professional cycling 16:47 – Robby's studies and what they were in 17:40 – Robby's transition from Pro cyclist, studying into working in pro cycling 18:34 – Robby's pro cycling stats ranking 18:49 – Robby using his love for tech and innovation for marginal gains in his own cycling career 20:20 – When Ryder Hesjedal won the Giro d'Italia for Slipstream 22:01 – Preparing for the team time trial for Slipstream and not booking flights in case of jinxing the result 30:20 – Setting things up for the athlete to help them execute 31:21 – How Robby's career unfolded 32:46 –Some of Robby's failures that he took a lot away from; the Breaking 2 Project and gluing a helmet to rider's head 36:50 – Transitioning from Slipsteam to Team Sky 38:25 – Robby's role in Team Sky 44:53 – Robby's favorite project he worked on. – Ineos 1:59 project 46:30 – Robby's impetus to work on the Ineos 1:59 project 53:00 – Factors that really mattered for facilitating the Ineos 1:59 project 54:09 – What other venues were options for the Ineos 1:59 and why they chose Vienna 57:15 – Almost taking an Uber from Berlin to Vienna 60:00 – Why the Hauptallee was chosen for the Ineos 1:59 challenge 63:17 – The aerodynamic formation of the pacers 65:42 – The huge improvement of the aerodynamic formation change made 71:10 – How a marathon course is measured 77:53 – Engineering maximal elevation loss in the Ineos 1:59 project allowable 82:52 – Changing the road surface of the Hauptallee and banking the corners of the course 90:21 – How far did Eliud Kipchoge actually run in the Ineos 1:59 project? 95:40 – How are marathons actually timed? 96:25 – Why wasn't the start time of the Ineos 1:59 optimal? 97:00 – Why may the formation have been an issue for Eliud? 98:00 – How long into the effort did Robby relax and realize that Eliud would run under 2 hours? 101:00 – How did Robby make the cover of Runner's World? 109:55- Rush Round 114:45 – Outro

How many geese?
The People vs Sea Otters

How many geese?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 62:33


Today we're putting 3 of your favourite animals on trial as we uncover their darker sides. For too long has the world been fooled by the cute and cuddly personas of Sea Otters, Ducks and Dolphins and we're about to open your ears to some of their brutal behaviours that Disney conveniently leaves out... Nature brings all its animals rolled into one for our fight segment as Roddy does battle with the Platypus before we stay on the fighting theme by answering which animals would make the best Pokémon...   

Boardgame Mechanics
Episode 239.5: Jason and Katie's Favorite Games of All Time (200-191) Facebook Live Replay 11.04.22

Boardgame Mechanics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 53:44


Posting an audio only version of our Facebook Live from 11.04.2022. For some reason the video and the audio wasn't lining up so audio only is the way that we are going to go. Sorry about that. Jason's 200-191: 191 Marvel United 192 For Sale 193 Rum & Pirates 194 Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game 195 My Little Scythe 196 Heart of Crown 197 The Hunger 198 Mandala 199 Go Go Eskimo 200 Don't Turn Your Back Katie's 200-191: 191 Naga Raja 192 Kingsport Festival 193 Electronic Mall Madness 194 Trains 195 Meadow 196 Platypus 197 Go Go Eskimo 198 San Juan 199 Bohnanza 200 Black Fleet To check out a little bit of everything that we do visit our website at: https://www.bgmechanics.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theboardgamechanics Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/boardgamemechanics Tweet at us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bgmechs If you would be interested in having us review/preview a game, or just want to chat, shoot us an email at: contact@bgmechanics.com

Brushy
Platypus

Brushy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 2:58


The 2 minute podcast keeping kids entertained while they brush their teeth.Learn all about the PLATYPUS while brushing your teeth.Hosted by Eden Matthews Written and Produced by Podspot Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mental Platypus
MP55 - Free Platypus

Mental Platypus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 85:24


This episode is a bit of a palate cleanser before getting Tweedy with it. Jason and Jared discuss the merits of covers albums, this year's Treehouse of Horror, and offer up some recommendations. Find us on Instagram and Twitter at @Mental_Platypus Email us at mentalplatypusquarterly@gmail.com Support us at https://patreon.com/hootnwaddle

DJ KOOL KEITH
Episode 527: Kool Keith soulful slow jams show on Soul Radio Coast2Coast Tuesday 1st November 2022

DJ KOOL KEITH

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 118:46


| Each And Every Day  | Shock  | 1981 | Take Your Time (Radio Edit)  | CJW  | 2022 | Tic Tok  | Lorenzo Smith  | 1990 | I'm In Love  | The Turbulations  | 1969 |  If You Get A Good Thing (Vocal)  | Pierre  | 1988 | Waiting It Out  | Donyale Renee feat. Itz Karma  | 2022 | I Believe In You  | Cortez  | 1991 | Anything You Want  | Cortez  | 1991 | I Never Knew Love (Could Feel This Way)  | Platypus  | 2022 | Your Love Is All I Need  | Johnny Adams  | 2022 | My Mind Stays On Jesus  | JKabel  | 2022 | Real Love  | Shirley Slaughter  | 1991 | Special Love  | Jarvis Greene  | 2020 | Let Me See You Swing (feat. Dae Coca)  | Jarvis Greene  | 2020 | Can't Get Over You (Once Again I'm Misty Blue)  | Dorothy Moore  | 1988 | Try Love Again (Long Remix Without Vocal Intro)  | The Dramatics  | 1996 | Softest Place On Earth (feat. Kayla Waters)  | Adrian Crutchfield  | 2022 | In My Life  | The Detroit Emeralds  | 2022 | I'm Jody  | O.B. Buchana  | 2022 | I Don't Know What True Love Is (Radio Version)  | Ver-Sa-Tyl  | 1989 | I Sit In My Room  | The Soul Crusaders  | 1976 | No Interruptions  | Donell Jones  | 1996 | Just Believe In Love  | Dazz Band  | 1982 | Too Late  | UMI  | 2022 | Unlock My Chains  | Qween Dafa  | 2022 | Soul Mate  | Robb Blacc  | 2022 | One Of A Kind  | Richard Caiton  | 2022

The Big 550 KTRS
Meredith Barry Platypus STL

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 9:36


Meredith Barry Platypus STL by

DJ KOOL KEITH
Episode 525: Kool Keith soulful slow jams show on Soul Radio Coast2Coast Tuesday 25th October 2022

DJ KOOL KEITH

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 120:24


| Just Shopping (Not Buying Anything)  | The Dramatics  | 1975 | Do U Care  | Artwork  | 1993 | Second To None  | Atlantic Starr  | 1983 | Picture Of Love  | Henderson & Jones  | 2022 | Do You Wonna Take A Chance With Me  | Lodee Murchison  | 1991 | Magic In Your Love (Radio Edit)  | Special Touch  | 1992 | Melancholy Fire (feat. Glenn Jones)  | Norman Connors  | 1980 | In The Right Place  | Joshie Jo Armstead  | 1989 | Love Is Just A Touch Away  | Freddie Jackson  | 1985 | It's A Matter Of Life (Or Death) (Radio Mix)  | Chuck Strong  | 1993 | So Long  | The Jack Moves  | 2022 | Don't Pretend  | The Jack Moves  | 2022 | Can I Come Over  | Lynn Davis  | 2022 | Love Me Or Leave Me  | Band Of Thieves  | 1976 | The Girl Next Door  | The Mansion  | 2022 | Love Frequency  | Klassic Man  | 2022 | There Goes My Heart  | CenterPiece  | 2012 | Tender (Was The Love We Knew)  | The Intruders  | 1970 | I Never Knew Love (Could Feel This Way)  | Platypus  | 2022 | Here I Go Again  | Oran "Juice" Jones  | 1986 | It's Just Like Magic  | The Gaslight  | 1975 | It's Got To Be Magic  | Major Harris  | 1975 | I Just Want To Be With You  | Spinners  | 1980 | Here Comes The Hurt Again  | The Manhattans  | 1979 | Just Can´t Never Say No  | Frank Riley  | 2022 | Love Doesn't Live Here (feat. RL)  | Roann  | 2022 | Emotional  | Debra Kaye  | 2022 | Say Goodbye  | Magnum Force  | 1992

SPS
Ep. 50: The Cost of Living Protests, & Platypus on Sexual Liberation

SPS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 88:16


Our 50th anniversary SPS episode comes in two part. First, we cover the on-going cost of living protests organized by the Left in the U.K, Germany and Austria. Co-hosts Lisa and Andreas attended protests in Leipzig and Vienna, where they recorded soundbites and interviews with several leftist activists. Later, they discuss these interviews and the current crisis on the Left with SPS co-host Rebekah and former president of Platypus, Efraim C. -- both based in the U.K. In our Shit Platypus Does segment, Rebekah and Lisa sit down with our members Audrey and David to discuss how Platypus has hosted the conversation on sexual liberation & the Left. For that purpose they all went into our archive, our panel discussions, Platypus Review articles and SPS episodes, which we have created over the 15+ years of the Platypus Affiliated Society. Platypus on “Sex and the Left” Links: “#MeToo and the millennial sex panic”. Platypus Review 111.  November 2018. https://platypus1917.org/2018/11/02/metoo-and-the-millennial-sex-panic/ “Transgender liberation? A movement whose time has passed” . Platypus Review 111. November 2018. https://platypus1917.org/2018/11/02/transgender-liberation-a-movement-whose-time-has-passed/ “Which Way Forward for Sexual Liberation?” Teach-in at  The People's Forum in New York City. June 2022 https://youtu.be/ATCE8FQfTC4 “Sexual Freedom in Capital” Platypus Review 133. February 2021 https://platypus1917.org/2021/02/01/sexual-freedom-in-capital/ “Women the Longest Revolution (Frankfurt)” Panel transcription. Platypus Review 84. March 2016 https://platypus1917.org/2016/03/07/women-longest-revolution-frankfurt/

Mental Platypus
MP54 - The Last Platypus

Mental Platypus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 129:56


Yeah, it's one of our longer episodes, but it's the last film in our Nicole Holofcener discussion, and we had a lot to talk about. In addition to breaking down The Last Duel, we rank all the entries in the Holofcener Cinematic Universe, and land on our next discussion focus (hint, he's an American aquarium drinker). Find us on Instagram and Twitter at @Mental_Platypus Email us at mentalplatypusquarterly@gmail.com Support us at https://patreon.com/hootnwaddle

Dustbowl Diatribes
Entering the Cutrone Zone (Interview with Chris Cutrone of Platypus)

Dustbowl Diatribes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 155:53


Spencer and Laurie interviewed the Platypus Society's Chris Cutrone, "the last Marxist" and our favorite contemporary Marxist, on Wednesday, October 12, 2022. The first half covers Cutrone's life. He explains how he went from a working class, Catholic Reagan-style conservative family to a Marxist, and his journey through education. One element in his journey of particular interest to us is his exposure to Catholic Worker-style Christians at an early age, and what impression that left on him. We get into his thoughts on what constitutes a good education, and whether or not education ought to differ depending on who is receiving it. The second half of the interview delves further into why leftists have a hard time dealing with the working class, whether it's because of their (now) Trumpian conservatism or their religiosity, the future of capitalism, how the environment might fare in a turn toward socialism, and why and how socialists and religious believers might be able to cooperate.

Small Town News
Porch Chat - The Platypus Wants to Kill You

Small Town News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 3:27


Mental Platypus
MP53 - Can Platypus Ever Forgive Me

Mental Platypus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 96:57


Well, we've reached the penultimate entry in our dive into the Holofcener Cinematic Universe, CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME. Jason and Jared discuss the different lenses through which they viewed the film, the brilliant performances turned in by McCarthy and Grant, and more. Find us on Instagram and Twitter at @Mental_Platypus Email us at mentalplatypusquarterly@gmail.com Support us at https://patreon.com/hootnwaddle Also, support Jason's family and MS research! https://bit.ly/3CKElWk

Rock Paper Podcast
Episode 996 - Cervid Day (Indie Pop)

Rock Paper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 77:51


A bit ago I stopped into visit with Cervid Day to get to know more about them and their music. They share some stories of how the group formed and some of their history. We discuss their 2021 release AS YOU WISH and share some stories behind recording it. We also debut a brand new song! On this episode you'll hear: As You Wish Cinnamon And I'll Wait (Stripped Back) Find more Cervid Day on Facebook, Instagram and wherever you get digital music!  See them LIVE Oct 22 at Platypus in St. Louis, MO with Synthetic Sun & Gentleman Speaker Check out my friends at Roughneck Beard Company & American Rambler! It's officially beard season. The weather is cooling off and it's the prime time for growth. Whether you are keeping it going or growing it out for the first time, Roughneck Beard Company products make it better. Eliminate the itch, and set the stage for faster, fuller growth with Roughnecks full line of beard oils, balms, washes, and nutrient sprays!! If you do decide to shave it off, do it with American Ramblers nourishing and protective Pre-shave Oils! Roughneck & American Rambler have you covered for all your beard & mustache needs. RoughneckBeardCompany.com Promo code RPP15 Also check out my friends at Friendship Brewing Company in Wentzville, MO with over 25 rotating taps for all your craft beer needs. They have a wonderful spot out there and huge patio. Perfect for enjoying a cold beverage with some good friends! Check out their menu with all sorts of delicious food like burgers, nachos & flatbread pizzas. Come grab some lunch or dinner, enjoy some live music and have a great time at Friendship Brewing Company! FriendshipBrewCo.com Live Music: 10/7 Jeff Walschauser (7-10), 10/8 Steve Kyle (7-10) and 10/9 Mickey Scott (1-4p)

Converging Dialogues
#165 - Platypus, Echidna, and The Magnificent Mammals of Australia: A Dialogue with Jack Ashby

Converging Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 113:13


In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Jack Ashby about the wonderful mammals of Australia. They talk about the distinctions between monotremes, marsupials, and placentals and where they are located around the world. They mention the ways in which the rest of the world discusses Australian mammals. They describe the features of the platypus, along with their mating and reproduction characteristics. They also talk about the features of the echidna including the males four-headed penis. They talk about the features of marsupials and some of the reproductive features of Tasmanian Devils. They mention the extinct Australian animals and the recent discussion of some trying to "resurrect" the thylacine. They talk about working in tandem with various Indigenous people groups in Australia and how to best understand Australian mammals.  Jack Ashby is a scientist and author. Currently, he is the Assistant Director of the University Museum of Zoology at the University of Cambridge. He has his PhD in Zoology from the University of Cambridge and was previously the museum manager at the Grant Museum of Zoology at University College London. He is a trustee of the Natural Sciences Collections Association, an Honorary Research Fellow in UCL Science and Technology Studies, and sits on the Council of the Society for the History of Natural History. He is the author of the latest book, Platypus Matters: The Extraordinary Story of Australian Mammals. You can find his work here. Twitter: @jackdashby

Mental Platypus
MP52 - Platypus and Chill

Mental Platypus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 79:48


On this edition of Mental Platypus, Jared and Jason are stepping out of the HCU (because Jared didn't have time to watch the movie), in order to talk about some things they're really digging at the moment. Find us on Instagram and Twitter at @Mental_Platypus Email us at mentalplatypusquarterly@gmail.com Support us at https://patreon.com/hootnwaddle

The Pillar Podcast
Ep. 36: The Pope and the platypus

The Pillar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 67:12


JD and Ed tackle the pope's most recent in flight press conference on Communion, abortion, and Catholic politicians, and ask who is spinning this and how. Then JD starts talking about the platypus and it gets weird.

SPS
Ep. 49: An interview w/ Emanuel Rota & the New Zealand Left Today

SPS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 82:18


In the first segment, our European Correspondent, Andreas W. interviews Emanuel Rota, a leftist historian from Italy who published extensively on the history of the Italian Communist party. He currently lives in the US and is the director of the European Union Center at the University of Illinois. They discuss the aftermath of the "Long '68" in Italy, the current crisis of the Italian government as well as the impact and outlook of the Millennial Left during the crisis of neoliberalism. The second segment highlight our members in Platypus New Zealand, a new chapter which offers reading groups and coffee breaks at the University of Otago. Platypus member, Michael McClelland (Otago), together with Ryan Mickler (Melbourne), both sit down with Tom Roud, the founder of Canterbury Socialist Society -- a local branch of the newly-developed New Zealand Federation of Socialist Societies. They discuss the socialist William Morris, the role of fraternal, non-sectarian organizations on the Left, exploring how the Federation aims to offer a new type of organization for the New Zealand Left. For more information on the New Zealand chapter of Platypus, email pas1917newzealand@gmail.com. Links - Socialist Society Website – https://www.socialistsocieties.org.nz/ - Victor Billot on the anti-mandate protests: https://www.newsroom.co.nz/protest-2022-a-great-variety-of-morbid-symptoms - Lecture on William Morris by the New Zealand Federation of Socialist Societies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt_6m3p24Bo&t=1503s - Michael McClelland's article in the Platypus Review https://platypus1917.org/2022/05/04/what-is-a-right-wing-protest-anyway-on-the-new-zealand-freedom-convoy-protests/

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
09-02-22 - BR - FRI - Fun Facts Brady's Platypus Nipple Knowledge - Sci News Chinese Rainbow Scarf Cloud Brings In Trump - Cocaine Sally Finally Admits To Smuggling

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 30:33


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Brady Report - Friday September 2, 2022

SPS
V. Platypus European Conference (SPS Teaser)

SPS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 15:28


This is a stand alone SPS segment to promote and introduce our fifth Platypus European Conference in Vienna, from 8 - 10 September, 2022. Lisa and Rebekah interview the lead organizers of the conference, Victor and Andreas. They talk about the different events of the conference and how they relate to its title "The Crisis of Society and the Left" as well as to our current historical moment of the death of the left. Here you can find all the information about the conference, the different events and how to participate: https://platypus1917.org/2022/06/08/platypus-european-conference-2022/ SPS is hosted by Pamela and Andreas, with original tracks by Tamas Vilaghy, and editing assistance by Michael Woodson and Tamas Vilaghy. Our Sh-t Platypus Does team is Lisa M. and Rebekah P. To learn more about Platypus, go to platypus1917.org

Big Picture Science
Platypus Crazy (rebroadcast)

Big Picture Science

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 54:00 Very Popular


They look like a cross between a beaver and a duck, and they all live Down Under. The platypus may lay eggs, but is actually a distant mammalian cousin, one that we last saw, in an evolutionary sense, about 166 million years ago. Genetic sequencing is being used to trace that history, while scientists intensify their investigation of the habits and habitats of these appealing Frankencreatures; beginning by taking a census to see just how many are out there, and if their survival is under threat. Guests:  Josh Griffiths – Senior Wildlife Ecologist at Cesaar Australia. Jane Fenelon – Research fellow, University of Melbourne Paula Anich – Professor of Natural Resources, Northland College Wes Warren – Professor of Genomics, University of Missouri Phoebe Meagher – Conservation Officer, Taronga Conservation Society, Australia Originally aired August 2, 2021 Featuring music by Dewey Dellay and Jun Miyake Big Picture Science is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please contact sales@advertisecast.com to inquire about advertising on Big Picture Science. You can get early access to ad-free versions of every episode by joining us on Patreon. Thanks for your support!   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices