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Girl’s Room Podcast
E17 | S2 — MAYCI J Mom, Social Media Entrepreneur, Lifestyle Coach

Girl’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 38:15


Girl! Where do I even begin Mayci is such an inspiration to so many women she's such a bad a** and continues to be and I love her and so will you

Imponderabilia
Smolik: muzyka jako afrodyzjak i opowieść o tym, jak reaktywował karierę Krzysztofa Krawczyka

Imponderabilia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 57:01


To, że Andrzej Smolik od pierwszej płyty tworzył muzykę idealną do miłości, to wiemy doskonale, ale jak się okazuje dźwięki te nadal działają. Celebrujemy więc XX-lecie od wydania płyty 'Smolik'. Rozmawiamy o doskonałych kolaboracjach artystycznych, które Andrzej ma w swoim portfolio: od Artura Rojka, przez Dawida Podsiadło, aż po Krzysztofa Krawczyka.

Un Libro Una Hora
'Chéri', una novela sobre el deseo y el paso del tiempo

Un Libro Una Hora

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 54:17


Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (1873-1954), es una de las figuras más relevantes de la literatura del siglo XX. Es la autora de las novelas de Claudina, de 'Gigi' y de 'Los gatos' entre otras Fue miembro de la Academia Goncourt desde 1945, que llegó a presidir entre 1949 y 1954. 'Chéri' fue publicada en 1920. Es una novela sobre el paso del tiempo, el deseo, el amor y la vejez.

Revolushow
129 - Fanon: textos políticos

Revolushow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 89:28


Zamiliano, João Carvalho e Bia (MTST) voaram para a Argélia, em parceria com a Boitempo, para discutir os textos políticos de Frantz Fanon.Este programa é criado e produzido por Revolushow e distribuído pela Half Deaf.Produtor executivo - Gus LanzettaGerente de projeto - Lídia RonconiProdução - Zamiliano, Larissa Coutinho, Diego Miranda, João Carvalho e Jones ManoelEdição de Lucas Gelo e Revisão de ZamilianoOuça nosso podcast na Orelo e nos auxílie financeiramente direto da plataforma e com seu play! Baixe o app ou entre no link https://escute.orelo.audio/revolushowSeja você nosso padrim também em http://padrim.com.br/revolushow e concorra ao sorteio de duas bolsas de estudos pela Classe Esquerda, a partir de R$5,00, e tenha acesso a nossa newsletter a partir de R$10,00; ou através do PicPay em https://www.picpay.me/revolushowLinks94 - Pele Negra Máscaras Brancas - https://revolushow.com/94-pele-negra-mascaras-brancas/Walter Günther Rodrigues Lippold - Frantz Fanon e a Revolução Argelina - https://www.cienciasrevolucionarias.com/pagina-de-produto/walter-g%C3%BCnther-rodrigues-lippold-frantz-fanon-e-a-revolu%C3%A7%C3%A3o-argelinaFrancois Maspero na Estante Virtual - https://www.estantevirtual.com.br/livros/francois-masperoCupons de Descontorevolushow - 5% de desconto em toda a loja da Cervejaria Soviet - https://www.lojasoviet.com.br/#REVOLUSHOW - 20% de desconto em todos os livros da editora Boitempo - https://www2.boitempoeditorial.com.br/revolushowREVOLUSHOW20 - 20% de Desconto nos livros da Editora Expressão Popular - https://www.expressaopopular.com.br/loja/revolushow20 - 20% de Desconto nos posteres da Revolustore - https://revolustore.com.br/Revolushow202007 - 10% de desconto nos seguintes títulos da editora Lutas Anticapital: Luiz Carlos Prestes textos resgatados do esquecimento; A cidadania burguesa e os limites da democracia; Elementos de Contraposição à Cidadania Burguesa nas Práticas Pedagógicas do Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); Sob o Fio da Navalha: Relações Estado e sociedade a partir da ação política da Economia Solidária no Brasil; Reforma Nacional Democrática e Contrarreforma no ABC paulista (1956-1964) ; A conspiração contra a escola pública; A Estratégia Democrático Popular um inventário crítico; Do Beco dos Sapos aos canaviais de Catende os ciclos de lutas pelo socialismo autogestionário ; O Fetiche da Tecnologia e a experiência das fábricas recuperadas; Mundo do Trabalho Associado e Embriões de Educação para além do capital; Reatando um fio interrompido a relação universidade-movimentos sociais na América Latina; Empresas recuperadas pelos trabalhadores: ocupações e autogestão na Argentina; Educação Democrática, Trabalho e Organização Produtiva no Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); A Tragédia Educacional Brasileira no Século XX: diálogos com Florestan Fernandes; Trabalho, Sindicalismo e Consciência de Classe.revolushow2019 - 15% de descontos nos livros da Editora BaionetaREVOLUSHOW - 10% de descontos nos livros da editora Ciências RevolucionáriasREVOLUSHOW – 20% de desconto nos livros da NovaCulturaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Camisa CríticaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Veste EsquerdaTrilha sonora:Enxugando o Gelo by BNegão & Seletores de Freqüência is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Brazil License. Disponível em: https://bit.ly/30dbBjvIn The Hall of the Montain King Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, Op. 46 . Disponível em: https://bit.ly/2XsGGhx

La Voz de César Vidal
La Biblioteca: "Cosas" y "La isla de los frailecillos" - 14/10/21

La Voz de César Vidal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 34:23


Con Sagrario Fernández-Prieto. Cosas Autor: Castelao. Editorial: Libros del Asteroide. Prólogo de Domingo Villar. 120 págs. Un conjunto de cuarenta y cinco breves cuentos ilustrados en los que el escritor y dibujante gallego muestra su humor y su sensibilidad para reflejar lo singular y cotidiano de la Galicia de principios del siglo XX. El autor retrata la bondad y mezquindad del ser humano a través de vivísimas escenas del mundo gallego que plasman la riqueza de sus tradiciones. Un clásico de la literatura gallega que se recupera tras cincuenta años sin editarse. Una auténtica delicia de libro que merece formar parte de la biblioteca familiar. La isla de los frailecillos Autor: Michael Morpurgo Ilustrador: Benji Davies. Traducción: Roser Vilagrassa. Editorial: Bambú. Una noche de tormenta, un barco choca contra las rocas. Cuando los pasajeros han perdido la esperanza de salvarse aparece un hombre en una barca. La historia de una amistad entre un frailecillo perdido, un niño y un artista solitario. Un relato de esperanza y amor a la naturaleza en el que también aparecen temas como la escritura o la pintura. Para niños a partir de ocho años. Suscríbete a CesarVidal.TV y escucha este audio antes que nadie y sin publicidad: https://www.cesarvidal.tv

BBVA Aprendemos Juntos
Luis Bassat: Las enseñanzas de vida de un abuelo a su nieto

BBVA Aprendemos Juntos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 47:01


“La mejor herencia que un abuelo puede dejar a sus nietos es explicarles qué ha aprendido de la vida”, sentencia el creativo barcelonés Luis Bassat. Para este mítico publicitario español, la clave de la existencia se resume en que “lo verdaderamente importante es haber ayudado a los demás, especialmente a aquellos que no conoces”. A los 79 años, Luis Bassat está considerado uno de los mayores expertos mundiales en creatividad y una de las personas más influyentes en el ámbito de la publicidad en España, donde ha recibido más de 400 premios y distinciones, entre ellos el ‘Premio al Mejor Publicitario español del siglo XX' y el ‘Premio Nacional de Publicidad' en 2008. A pesar de todo su éxito, asegura: “Los valores humanos, como la lealtad y la honestidad, también son esenciales en la vida profesional”. En 1975, Luis Bassat Coen fundó la agencia de publicidad Bassat & Asociados, que años más tarde se convertiría en el importante grupo de comunicación ‘Bassat Ogilvy'. Es coleccionista y promotor de arte contemporáneo, doctor ‘Honoris Causa' por la Universidad Europea de Madrid y autor de casi una decena de libros de cabecera sobre publicidad y marcas, como ‘El libro rojo de la publicidad' (1993) o ‘Confesiones personales de un publicista' (2008). En 2020 publicó el libro inspiracional ‘Sueña como Luther King, habla como Obama, manda sin mandar y sé tú mismo'.  

Montana Voice
16 - Into The Aether

Montana Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 26:50


Enzi waits for Mr. 'XX' with a loaded .45 and a bag of potato chips.  The conclusion of The Aether and the Lie,  a story of greed, art, and murder.  

Ideias Gazeta do Povo
Ideias #208 - A mentalidade conservadora de Russell Kirk

Ideias Gazeta do Povo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 83:27


Até pouco tempo, a palavra “conservadorismo” era um desses bichos papões usados para apavorar criancinhas nas universidades, no debate público e nas redes sociais. De uns anos para cá, a coisa mudou de figura. Mesmo assim, continua a ser bem complicado definir o que significa ser conservador para além dos perfis do Twitter, especialmente quando tanta gente que diz que quer preservar as coisas importantes da vida, pouco faz nesse sentido. Para começar essa discussão a sério, o podcast Ideias fala sobre um dos maiores intelectuais do conservadorismo do século XX, autor de um livro cujo título bastante sugestivo será o norte deste episódio. Não é por acaso que “A mentalidade conservadora”, de Russell Kirk, é considerado um clássico moderno e tem muita nos ensinar sobre o assunto. Neste episódio, a jornalista Maria Clara Vieira conversa com Alex Catharino, que é editor, professor de Filosofia Política e autor do livro "Russell Kirk- O Peregrino na Terra Desolada" e Marcus Boeira, que é Pós doutor em Filosofia pela Pontificia Università Gregoriana em Roma e Professor de Lógica e Filosofia do Direito na Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tenha acesso a conteúdos exclusivos! Assine: bit.ly/2t5mxEe Escolha seu app favorito e receba uma seleção com as principais notícias do dia ou da semana no seu celular: leia.gp/2MTnyrS Acompanhe a editoria Ideias nas redes sociais: Facebook: www.facebook.com/ideiasgazetadopovo/ Twitter: twitter.com/ideias_gp Canal no Telegram: t.me/ideiasgazetadopovo

飛碟電台
《飛碟晚餐 陳揮文時間》2021 10 08 (五) 肇逃 賭博 說謊 1023刪Q成功?

飛碟電台

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 45:03


中華民國110年10月8日,2021-1008,週五 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 ◎節目內容大綱: 第一段: 一,拜習擬線上峰會 美中關係破冰? 二,美中強國競合 台應表達嚴正立場 三,Taiwan agreement 台只能agree? 四,鄰居 鄰國 周邊國家 陸到底是啥 五,只會反九二共識 綠如何定義兩岸 第二段: 一,陳柏惟:湯姆熊也可能有人賭博 二,陳柏惟:我可以換電鍋換電磁爐 三,悲情牌? 陳:不要否定我的人生 四,沒起訴?不起訴?賭客社維法? 五,肇逃 賭博 說謊 1023刪Q成功? 第三段: 一,閣揆公開背書 稱陳柏惟有為有守 二,陳肇事逃逸 綠委綠媒卯起來聲援 三,抗中保台護身符? 有什麼不可以 四,貪污 關說 說謊 性騷 台灣真悲哀 五,什麼選民選出什麼政府 民主XX #選民決定 #別當豬隊友 #婉謝掃街 飛碟電台全球叩應專線 02-2363-9955 ▶ Android https://reurl.cc/j78ZKm ▶ iOS https://reurl.cc/ZOG3LA ▶ 飛碟聯播網 http://bit.ly/2Pz4Qmo ▶ 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 http://bit.ly/2JOoLMg ▶ 飛碟聯播網FB粉絲團 https://www.facebook.com/ufonetwork921/ ▶ 網路線上收聽 http://www.uforadio.com.tw/stream/stream.html ▶ Podcast SoundOn : https://bit.ly/30Ia8Ti Apple Podcasts : https://apple.co/3jFpP6x Spotify : https://spoti.fi/2CPzneD Google 播客:https://bit.ly/3gCTb3G KKBOX:https://reurl.cc/MZR0K4

For You From Eve
37. 'For You Friday' All about How to Be 'THAT GIRL' Sleeping Early, Getting Into Routine, and More.

For You From Eve

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 38:35


Hi loves Xx In today's episode I talk all about THAT GIRL. What does it mean? How do I achieve it? How do I stop with an obsessive mindset? We get into ALL of it today. Definitely my favorite solo episode I have ever recorded and I cannot wait for you guys to hear it. For You From Eve was curated on becoming a better version of our yesterday selves through the power of manifesting, meditating, and motivation. I have guests on every Monday, Solo Episodes on a series I call For You Friday's, and Challenges at the 1st of every month. I am so happy you decided to begin this journey with me, and I am so excited for you to see your potential. My Socials @foryoufromeve @oliviaeveshabo on Instagram and @oliviaeveshabo on Tiktok Be Kind, Xx

Wild Pretty Things
Spooky Season Recommendations

Wild Pretty Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 63:27


This episode we're recommending some horror flicks, thrilling films, and other cinema appropriate for spooky season. https://wildprettythings.podbean.com/ grrnoise.com > podcast https://www.patreon.com/wildprettythingspod  THANK PATRONS! new and upcoming content: Blockers review + 2018 movies email: wildprettyanimals@gmail.com YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCeb-r1oOdLwhyRGl_QVWyA  instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildprettythingspod/ twitter: @WildPrettyPod https://twitter.com/WildPrettyPod  Jarret: https://letterboxd.com/GrrNoise/ ; https://twitter.com/GrrNoise and on Instagram Melissa: @mellooyellow on Twitter; mmsloter on Instagram;  https://letterboxd.com/mellooyellow/  Melissa's other show: Still Great, Bob? http://stillgreatpod.com/ a Mad Men rewatch podcast 0:07:00 Horror disclaimer 0:11:00 Spooky Season Movie Recommendations Monkey Off My Backlog https://monkeyoffmybacklog.com/podcast/  Failurepiece Theater https://anchor.fm/failurepiecetheater  Just Watch: https://www.justwatch.com/ 0:35:00 Dexter 0:44:00 XX anthology 0:47:00 Let The Right One In 0:51:00 Midnight Mass, You 0:53:00 The Blackcoat's Daughter, The Others, The Cell 0:55:30 Titane & Raw Letterboxd list of recommendations: https://letterboxd.com/grrnoise/list/wild-pretty-things-spooky-season-recommendations/  Upcoming Episodes Y the Last Man; Scream; Halloween Kills (theaters and Peacock Premium) https://letterboxd.com/grrnoise/list/wild-pretty-things-2021/    songs: Salem - Frost, Traxx Pretty Girls Make Graves - Ghosts In The Radio

Historias de Arte en Podcast
GUERNICA: LA OBRA MAS IMPORTANTE DEL SIGLO XX

Historias de Arte en Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 18:11


En este episodio les contamos la historia de el Guernica de Pablo Picasso. Esta pintura, calificada por muchos como la  obra de arte más importante del siglo XX, es el resultado del intenso trabajo del artista y su genial interpretación  de una de las atrocidades de la Guerra Civil española.El 26 de abril de 1937 a las 3 de la tarde, Guernica, ciudad de la región Vasca, fue salvajemente bombardeada por los ejércitos alemán e italiano en apoyo al bando sublevado del General Franco.  Al enterarse de esta noticia y  ver las dramáticas fotografías publicadas en los diarios, Picasso, que en ese entonces vivía en Paris,  comenzó a trabajar. El resultado fue un enorme lienzo de 3.5 x 8 metros que hoy reside en el Museo Reina Sofia en Madrid, España. La historia de este episodio pretende hacer pensar y reflexionar sobre cuál debe ser el papel del arte ante las atrocidades humanas. Bienvenidos!BIBLIOGRAFÍAIn our time podcast (2017). “Picasso's Guernica.” BBC Radio 4. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09bxkdm (5 de Julio, 2021).Flores, Javier (2018, actualizado 2019). “El Guernica de Picasso Paso a Paso.” En Historia National Geographic https://historia.nationalgeographic.com.es/a/guernica-picasso-paso-a-paso_12698/11 (21 de julio, 2021).Leal, Paloma Esteban, https://www.museoreinasofia.es/coleccion/obra/guernica (julio 2, 2021).Museo Nacional Reina Sofía https://guernica.museoreinasofia.es/relato/guernica-segun-picasso (10 de julio, 2021).N.A. (2015) Interpretación y explicación de “El Guernica” de Picasso. https://historiadelarte560.wordpress.com/2015/12/15/interpretacion-y-explicacion-de-el-guernica-de-picasso/ (10 de julio, 2021).Pérez Salgado, Miguel Ángel “BILBAO VISTO POR UN CORRESPONSAL DE GUERRA: George L. Steer en ‘El Árbol de Gernika' (1938).” https://ianasagasti.blogs.com/mi_blog/2016/02/bilbao-visto-por-un-corresponsal-de-guerra-george-l-steer-en-el-%C3%A1rbol-de-gernika-1938.html (7 de julio, 2021).Shama, Simon en “The Power of Art: ep. 7 Picasso”. BBC 

Girl’s Room Podcast
E16 | S2 — BRB MAKING LEMONADE Find out how woman today can be CEO's in no time

Girl’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 47:19


Hey guys, Welcome back to the Girls Room Podcast today we have had Julie & Jaclyn on founders of “BRB Making Lemonade” we loved having them on being creative with their brand to helping woman today build their business to the level of success it deserves and that's what we love about Julie and Jaclyn. Thank you so much for listening and we can't wait to have you back listening next episode Xx - gabby b girlsroompodteam@gmail.com

Paranormalia: Voces del Misterio
Voces del Misterio - Especial Las Caras del Bélmez.

Paranormalia: Voces del Misterio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 119:59


“Las Caras de Bélmez con Pedro Amorós, Fernando López del Oso, Pedro Fernández y David Sentinella”. Programa “Voces del Misterio” Especial “Las Caras de Bélmez” con Pedro Amorós, Fernando López del Oso, Pedro Fernández y David Sentinella analizan este apasionante fenómeno en la localidad de Jaén. Las Caras de Bélmez son un fenómeno considerado por los adeptos a la parapsicología como paranormal, que consistió en la aparición de pigmentaciones, identificadas como rostros, calaveras y otras partes del cuerpo en el suelo de una casa ubicada en Bélmez de la Moraleda (Jaén, España), en el domicilio de la calle Real, número 5. Dicho fenómeno empezó a producirse en 1971. Adeptos a la parapsicología consideraron este suceso como «sin duda, el fenómeno paranormal más importante del siglo XX». Sin embargo, varios estudiosos del tema lo catalogaron como un fraude. Simplemente os recuerdo que este PODCAST NO es el OFICIAL del programa “Voces del Misterio”. PARANORMALIA: http://paranormaliaweb.wordpress.com/ (BLOG), https://www.facebook.com/paranormaliaweb/ (Facebook) y https://twitter.com/paranormaliaweb (Twitter).

For You From Eve
36. Managing Time with Health and Wellness, and Timeless Fashion with Victoria!

For You From Eve

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 43:16


Hi loves Xx Today I speak with Victoria who is a Wellness and Health Influencer who also focuses on timeless fashion. Victoria and I talk about the hustle of living in a big and busy city and how that could affect the way we prioritize our health and fitness. Using the excuse of 'not having enough time' is something that all of us are guilty of especially when our calendar is packed with millions of meetings and deadlines. Fast Fashion has been trending tremendously on Social Media such as TikTok and Instagram and has taken such a huge toll on how we allow micro trends affect the way we dress so quickly and we end up wasting so much money and closet space. Be sure to follow Victoria on Instagram @collectivebyv For You From Eve was curated on becoming a better version of our yesterday selves through the power of manifesting, meditating, and motivation. I have guests on every Monday, Solo Episodes on a series I call For You Friday's, and Challenges at the 1st of every month. I am so happy you decided to begin this journey with me, and I am so excited for you to see your potential. My Socials @foryoufromeve @oliviaeveshabo on Instagram and @oliviaeveshabo on Tiktok Be Kind, Xx

La rosa de los vientos
Mujeres con Historia: Carmen Laforet en el centenario de su nacimiento

La rosa de los vientos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 24:25


Carmen Laforet fue una de las más famosas y relevantes escritoras españolas del siglo XX. Pese a lo prolífico de su obra, es conocida principalmente por su primera novela: Nada (1944), uno de los textos más influyentes del siglo pasado que le catapultó a la fama literaria.

The Nathan Barry Show
050: Dave Pell - Lessons From Two Decades of Publishing Online

The Nathan Barry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 62:22


Dave Pell has been writing online for almost as long as the internet has existed. His popular newsletter, NextDraft, has over 140,000 subscribers. NextDraft covers the day's ten most fascinating news stories, delivered with a fast and pithy wit.Dave has been a syndicated writer on NPR, Gizmodo, Forbes, and Huffington Post. He earned his bachelor's degree in English from U.C. Berkeley, and his master's in education from Harvard.Besides being a prolific writer, Dave is also the Managing Partner at Arba, LLC. For more than a decade, Arba has been angel investing in companies like Open Table, GrubHub, Marin Software, Hotel Tonight, Joyus, and Liftopia.In this episode, you'll learn: How Dave merged his two writing passions into a successful product The key to building a strong relationship with your audience How Dave dramatically increased signups to NextDraft Links & Resources Flicker Unsplash Fareed Zakaria Jim Rome The Skimm Morning Brew The Hustle Spark Loop Sam Spratt Dave Pell's Links Dave Pell on Twitter NextDraft newsletter Dave's new book: Please Scream Inside Your Heart NextDraft app PleaseScream.com Episode Transcript[00:00:00] Dave:If you have something to say in one way or another, the internet is a great place for people to figure out a way to receive it. So, that's pretty powerful and still excites me. I still press publish with the same enthusiasm now than I did when the internet first launched.[00:00:23] Nathan:In this episode I talk to Dave Pell, who has been writing for basically as long as the internet has been around. He's been an investor since the early days. He's been writing since the.com bust, and even before then. He writes his popular newsletter with 140,000 subscribers called Next Draft.We have this really fun conversation about writing. His writing process. How he grew the newsletter. Bunch of other things that he cares about. Even a few things that I was interested in, like he doesn't have his face in photos on the internet very much. He has his avatar instead. So, just getting into why that is.He also has a book coming out soon. It's called Scream Inside Your Heart, which is a fun reference to some memes from 2020. So, enjoy the episode. There's a lot in there.Dave. Welcome to the show.[00:01:12] Dave:Thanks a lot for having me on.[00:01:14] Nathan:Okay. So you've been doing this for a long time. You've been writing on the internet since the .com era. So, I'm curious maybe just to kick things off, what have you seen—I realize this is a giant question.What have you seen change? What are some of those trends that you've seen, that you either really miss from the early days, or some of those things that you've held onto from the early days of the internet, that you're really still enjoying?[00:01:46] Dave:Yeah, that is a pretty huge question, but I'll give it a shot. The thing I miss from the early days of the internet is that our democracy was not being destroyed by the internet in the early days of the internet. So, everything we thought we were building, basically it turned out to be the opposite of what actually happened.The part about the internet that I still feel is there, although a little bit less so because of the big companies have sort of taken over all the platforms and stuff, is just the idea that someone can have a passion or a creative output that they want to share with the world, and they can mold internet tools to fit their skills, and then use the internet to broadcast that out, and still become sort of pretty popular withour the “OK” of some gatekeeper at a publication, or at a television studio, or whatever.The indie spirit of the internet still lives on. It ebbs and flows, and has a lot of different iterations. But that was the thing that excited me the most when I first played with the internet. And that's the thing that continues to excite me the most now.[00:02:57] Nathan:I always think of the newsletter, and your newsletter in particular, is that indie spirit. Is that what you see most commonly in newsletters? Or are you seeing it in other places as well?[00:03:10] Dave:I see it in podcasts. I see it in newsletters. I see it in people sharing their art, sharing their photography on Flicker, and up through the more modern tools. I go to a site called Unsplash all the time to look at images, and it's just basically regular people sharing their images.Some of them are professional photographers, some aren't, and they're getting their work out there, and then some of them probably get jobs out of it and stuff like that. So, just the idea that you can have some kind of creative output and have a place to share it. And try to get an audience for that is really inspiring.It's a lot harder than it used to be because there's a few billion more people trying to get attention also, and because there are more gatekeepers now. So, you have to, hope that your app meets Apple's guidelines, or that different products you might want to share on the internet have to meet certain classifications now, whereas they might not have in the very early days of the internet. But in general, if you have something to say in one way or another, the internet is a great place for people to figure out a way to receive it.So, that's pretty powerful, and, still excites me. I still press published with the same enthusiasm now that I did when the internet first launched.[00:04:32] Nathan:Yeah. So let's talk about the main project that you have right now, which is Next Draft. Give listeners the 30-second pitch on Next Draft, of what it is.[00:04:46] Dave:Sure. Basically I call myself the managing editor of the internet. What I basically do is a personality-driven news newsletter where I cover the day's most fascinating news. I cover 10 stories. A lot of times in each section there's more than one link. I give my take on the day's news, each individual story, and then I link off to the source for the full story.When I first launched it, I called it Dinner Party Prep. I provided enough information for you to sort of get the gist of the story. And if there's topics you want to dig deeper, you just click and, you know, go get the story yourself. So that's sort of the overview of it.[00:05:27] Nathan:Nice. And you said that you're obsessed with the news maybe in a somewhat, even unhealthy way. why, where did that come from?[00:05:36] Dave:Yeah. Well, nothing, nothing about my relationship with the internet is only somewhat unhealthy. it's all extremely unhealthy, but, both my parents are Holocaust survivors and, when I was growing up, news was just a very big part of our daily lives, especially when my three older sisters moved out and it was just the three of us, that was sort of our mode of communication.We talked about the news. We watched the news together. Fareed Zakaria is basically the sun my parents always wanted. but so I got really into the news and being able to connect the news to, our everyday lives, which of course my parents had experienced as children and teens and Europe during world war II.And also reading between the lines about why certain politicians might be saying something, why stories are getting published a certain way. So I just got really into that and I've always been into a and college, you know, I, I majored in English, but if we had minors at Berkeley, I would have minored in journalism.I took a bunch of journalism courses. I've always been really into the media, but not so much as quite an insider where I go to work for a newspaper, but more observing, the news and providing sort of a lit review of what's happening and what has momentum in the news. So I sorta got addicted to it and, Also as a writer.My favorite thing to do is counter punch. I like to have somebody give me a topic and then I like to be able to quickly share my take, or make a joke or create a funny headline about that content. So I sorta took those two passions of the way I like to write. I like to write on deadline. I like to write fast and I like to counter punch and the content that I like, which is news, and I sort of merged those two things and created a product, and a pretty cool suite of internet tools to support that.[00:07:35] Nathan:Yeah. So that makes sense that you've identified the constraints that match your style and made something exactly that fits it. the deadline, like having, he, you know, coming out with something on a daily basis, is more than a lot of creators want to do. so what's your process there?[00:07:55] Dave:Yeah. I mean, I should emphasize that I do it every day. Not because I think it's some incredible draw for readers to get Daily Content. I do it every day because I'm addicted to it. If my newsletter had five stories in it, instead of 10, it would do better. If my newsletter came out three days a week instead of five days a week, I'm sure it would do better.If it came out once a week, it would do even better then you know, also if I had a more marketable or not marketable, but a more, business-oriented topic that was more narrow, it would do better. I used to write a newsletter that was just on tech and it was. Really popular in the internet professional community back in the first boom, I had about 50,000 subscribers and there were probably about 52,000 internet professionals.So I just like writing about what I want to write about and I'm addicted to pressing the publish button and I'm just addicted to the process. So I do it because of that. I'm not sure that would be my general advice to somebody trying to market or promote a newsletter.[00:09:01] Nathan:Yep. Are there other iterations, either ever before or things that you tried that you realized like, oh, that's not a fit for your personality, your writing style?[00:09:09] Dave:Yeah. When I first started it, I actually, I'm an angel investor also and have been since, probably right after Google and Yahoo launched. so a while, and I used to, my passion has always been writing, so I wanted to mix writing into that, process. So I would send out 10. Daily stories, but they were all tech news related to the CEOs of the companies I worked with and a few of their employees, so that they wouldn't have to spend their time reading the news or worrying about competitors or worry about what the latest trends in tech, where I would give it to them.And they could focus on doing their jobs and that sorta got shared and got out. so I did that for a few years. really, that was my iteration. I should've kept the brand. It was called David Netflix. not that it was a great name, but I've shifted brands about 40 times in my life. Cause I love branding and naming.I that's another, maybe this is more of a cautionary tale than a lesson and newsletter marketing. I would stick with a brand if anybody has the possibility of doing that, that was a big mistake I've made over the years is having multiple brands. But when the bus came, the first internet bust, I basically was writing an obituary column every day and about companies that had failed.So I just decided, I wanted to expand it and I knew I was interested in much broader topics than just tech news. So I expanded it to all news, a critical point that, really changed Next Draft and got it to catch on and become more popular was when I decided to focus on making it more personality driven and less, less overwhelmingly, providing an overwhelming level of coverage.I used to think that I had to provide all the news in the day because people would sort of, depend on me to provide their news. I was sort of selling myself as your trusted news source. So I would include a lot of stories that I didn't have anything to say about because they were huge news, you know, an embassy closed in Iran or whatever.That was huge international news, but I didn't necessarily have anything to say about that that day. So after a while I decided, no, I'm not going to do that. I'm just going to limit it to 10 items. And I'm going to focus that on what I think is the most fascinating and think of it less like a curation tool and more like, a, modern day column.I think if the column newspaper column were invented today, it would look a lot like Next Draft people would sort of share their takes and then provide links off for more information. once I did that, it was a big change. People started signing up much more readily and, once I stopped trying to be exhaustive.[00:11:56] Nathan:That makes a lot of sense to me. I think that that's something you see from a lot of creators is that they're, they're trying to find some model. That's like, this is my idea of what people should want, you know, rather than what they end up doing, eventually it's coming to, it's like, okay, forget all of that.This is what I want. And I'm going to make that. And then people like me can find and follow it. And people who don't can, you know, do their thing. Can you go find one of the other million sources on the internet?[00:12:21] Dave:Yeah. When I think of the people that I like to follow or have followed forever on the internet, all of them are that ladder. They just do it their way. They have a design, they want, they stick to their guns. They say what they feel like saying. they decide. what the personality of the product is.And, they move within that. I always find that to be the most interesting thing, especially when it comes to something like newsletters. I really think newsletters are more like a radio talk shows than they are like other internet content, podcasts to a certain degree as well. But I always feel like I listened to are used to listen a lot to this radio, sports caster named Jim Rome.And whenever he would have a new city that he was launching and he would always give the same speech on the Monday that they launched saying, just give me a week. You might not.Get the vibe of what we're doing today. You might think it's okay, but not great, but just give it a week and listen, and then decide if you like it or not.And I sort of feel like that's how newsletters are your relationship with your readers sort of creates this, sort of insider-y voice and communication that, you, it takes a little while to get into the rhythm of getting it. But once you do, then it's like this familiar voice or this familiar friend that you feel like, even if you didn't read it for a few weeks, you can start a conversation with that person right away easily.That's how I think the voice of a newsletter is most effective. So that's why I've always thought of it. More of what I do is sort of a textual talk radio, more so than a blog or some other format[00:14:01] Nathan:What do you think, or what would you say to someone who maybe had 10 or 20,000 subscribers and felt like their newsletter had gone a bit stale and maybe their relationship to it had gotten a bit stale or they're in this, this position of writing things that no longer have their voice, how would you coach them through like bringing their voice and personality back into it?[00:14:22] Dave:I mean, it's definitely hard. it's hard doing something that you do alone and, something that is often hard to really get off the ground or get to grow, especially when you're on a platform like the internet, where every day, somebody does something and 10 seconds later, they're like internet famous and you're trying day after day.So, I mean, the first thing. Is that you really have to be interested in what you you're passionate about. and focus in on that, because that will alleviate a lot of that stress. Like, do I feel like sending it today? I'm a too burnt out. What's the point? I mean, not that those feelings don't happen. I had those feelings as recently as an hour ago, when I press publish, I have those feelings and disappointments constantly, you know, that's part of being a creator of any kind.Maybe that word is sort of, sort of goofy, but anybody who's putting themselves out there and putting content out, you know, you have that feeling all the time. If you're an indie, and you're doing it all day in front of the computer by yourself, then that's even more powerful because, you know, if you work at a big company or everybody's working on the same goal, or even in a small group, you can sort of support each other and, maybe even bullshit each other at some cases where, oh, no, this really matters.You know, where, if you're by yourself, that has to be pretty self-sustaining or self-sustaining. I do have a friend or two that I always share blurbs with who, one of my friends Rob's, he proves almost all of my blurbs, so it's nice to have that virtual office mate. He's not really officially part of Next Draft, but you know, I don't think I would do it as easily or as, for as long if it weren't for him because he's like my virtual friend on the internet that says, oh, come on, let's get it out today or whatever.So I think that's helpful to have a support team or a couple people you can count on to sort of give you a boost when you need it. But the key really is, is that it's gotta be something that you are passionate about, both in terms of the product and in terms of what you're focusing on, because if you feel strongly about it, then it really.I don't want to say it doesn't matter if people enjoy it, you should take cues from your readers. What are they clicking on? What are they reading? What are they responding to? But at the core, it's gotta be you because that's what gets you through those down points? you know, I had a weird thing because I write about news.The general news, world basically benefited dramatically from the Trump era because everybody was habitually turning on their news, 24, 7, and refreshing and Whitey and Washington post and checking Twitter every two seconds to see what crazy thing happened next. And we're all poor sorta,[00:17:01] Nathan:Wreck to watch.[00:17:02] Dave:So everybody was really into it and it created.Unbelievable platform for people to become media stars. You know, Trump was bad for democracy, but he was great for media. Great for creating new voices out there. whether we like it or not. for me, it was different because I wrote about all news. I wouldn't say I was apolitical, but I wasn't heavily political.The Next Draft had plenty of readers from both sides of the aisle. when Trump came around, it was like one story every day, basically. So it really limited. I would get emails from longtime readers all the time that said, Hey, can't you cover something other than Trump every day?And I say, Hey, if you can find the story for me, I'll cover it. This is what every journalist is on. Now, the people who used to cover the secret service around Trump, the people who used to cover sports are not talking about Trump because of a pandemic relation ship to it. The people who aren't entertainment are talking about Trump because they can't believe that anybody voted for him, whatever the issue was, every dinner party was about Trump.So it was really a bummer for my brand and my product. Actually, it became boring in some ways to me to have the same story every day. And it became, I think frustrating to my readers.But during that era, when it was happening, I had to make a decision. Do I become more political and go full on with this?Or do I sort of try to. Do what I would call a falsely unbiased view or a, you know, false equivalence view that we saw in the media where there's both sides to every story. And you have to pretend they're both accurate, including one guy saying to put disinfectant into your veins. And the other person's saying to wear a mask and take a vaccine, but those things get treated as equal somehow because the president said it.And I really decided, you know, more important than keeping readers is that I'm true to my own sort of ethical standards. In a moment that called for it, at least for me. So I became more political. went into it and I said, what I believe and still believe is the truth, you know, about what was happening with Trump and Trumpism and our slide towards authoritarianism.And I know that this is a podcast more about newsletterish than it is about politics or news, but I'm just sharing that because that's the kind of thing that kept me going. and the people who really cared about what I was writing, appreciated it and would email me and say they got something out of that.And most importantly, my mom would say, yeah, you made the right call. Or my dad would say, yeah, you got that. Right. And ultimately, When it became a sort of a bummer period for me, which I would say 2020 was because of all the horrible news. And, I was writing a book about the year. So I was like living, July of 20, 20, well writing about March of 2020, which I don't recommend for anybody's emotional health.And I just had to think like, what's really important to me. Yes. I want to be funny, which I try to be in my newsletter every day. I want to be read my narcissism is as strong as ever, but ultimately I want to be able to look myself in the reflection of the, darken screen on the rare times that it is dark and say like, yeah, you told the truth and that kept me going there.So I think whatever your brand is, you know, it can be a newsletter about guitars, but if you have that sort of passion, And you have something you want to say, and you think is important to say it sort of gets you through those levels and your motivation. And if it's not getting you through the lows and the motivation, there's nothing wrong with saying, Hey man, this is not worth it.I'm going to go try to make something else. You know, it doesn't have to be, you don't have to beat a dead horse.[00:20:51] Nathan:On the political side. Are there specific things that you felt like it costs you opportunities that it lost you? Because I think a lot of creators, whether they talk about, you know, finance or photography or whatever, I'll see these things. And they're like this either directly relates to me and my audience and I feel like I should take a stand on it.Or it's like a broader macro issue that I feel like we should talk about. And when you do, then there's immediately, you know, somewhere between three and 300 responses of like, we didn't follow you for the politics, you know, or like something like that. And your Instagram, DMS, or newsletter replies or whatever.[00:21:24] Dave:Yeah. it costs me a lot. Definitely it costs me readers or subscribers. It costs me, psychic pain because I was locked into a story that was just overwhelmingly, emotionally painful, really, and shocking and difficult to understand all the things that cause you sort of emotional exhaustion. We're in the Trump story, especially in 2020, when it became a story about our own health and our kids' health.And the frustration level just went through the roof. for me, professionalizing that content actually helps create a bit of a barrier to the feelings about it. Some of my good friends were probably more bummed during 2020 than I was because when the latest crazy story or depressing story would happen, I felt I had to. Ingest that content and then come up with, something cogent to say about it. And maybe hopefully funny to make it a little bit of sugar to take the medicine and then get it out to people. So I've always felt that being able to do that, sorta created a barrier between myself and actually feeling something.So that's another thing I like about the newsletter probably at least unconsciously. but yeah, there was a lot of costs in terms of readers, for sure. Hate mail. but there always is, you know, Today. I would say I get much more hate mail from the far left. If that's what you want to call them. People who feel like every joke is like an incredible triggering a front to their existence or any hint that you mentioned somebody as attractive.I've gotten hate mail because I implied that Beyonce is appearance was part of her brand. I mean, it's totally crazy, but, It's those extremes. You have to be able to turn off. You know, a friend of mine used to work at a major, be the editor of a major American newspaper. And he said every Friday they would get together and they would play the craziest, calls to the editor.They had a call line. In addition to, you could send a letter or you could call, leave a voicemail about something you were upset about in the coverage. And they would just gather around and have drinks on Friday. Listen to this because of course the people who are calling this line are almost self-selecting themselves as a little bit wacko and their takes were usually pretty extreme.The internet, Twitter, social media, Provides, greases the wheels for those people to be more prevalent in our lives. But I think it's really important to know that that's a real minority of people, somebody who sent you a hate mail, that your joke was so offensive, or they can't believe you mentioned that people ever watch pornography on the internet or any of these other things, it's this tiny minority of people.And then it's one step crazier that they felt like they had to contact you. So that's a really hard thing. I think about being split, particularly the newsletter game, because anybody can hit reply and you're going to get many more replies from people with crazy complaints, than you are from people with really thoughtful responses.Not that those don't come and those are valuable and I love getting those, but you get many more from people that just have really bizarre. I mean I could list probably for hours to crazy things that people send me that they're mad about, you know,[00:24:50] Nathan:Is there something specific that you do? Like one thing when I get those replies, if they're just like completely off the wall or abusive or something like that, I just scroll down and then click their unsubscribe link because, you know, they're never going to know, and then I just have to show up in their inbox[00:25:07] Dave:Right.[00:25:08] Nathan:There's something that you do.[00:25:09] Dave:That's not a bad strategy. I like that. I do do that occasionally for sure. occasionally I'll just go to Gmail and just, create a filter for that email to automatically go to my trash. if it's like a hardcore right-winger, that's telling me how stupid I am about ivermectin and that, you know, people should be taking horse dewormer and I'm just not getting the truth.And that Trump is awesome and that, Whatever. I usually just delete, honestly, because I don't see a big benefit to replying to somebody, especially if it's like a rabbit email, you know, they're looking for a reply, they want the conflict. A lot of people sleep easy with conflict. That's one of the lessons of the internet that I learned when I was first starting on the internet, you know, David edix sort sorta became popular because somebody that had a blog with a similar name, that I hadn't heard of, complained that I sort of stole his name because his name was also Dave.And I had got like, probably about three or 400 emails saying, you know, with expletive saying what a horrible person I was. And I also got about 3000 subscribers and at the time I had about 30, so. I didn't know how to respond. I felt like, wow. Number one, I didn't know that guys had the product with the same name.Number two. My name was different enough. Number two or three were both named Dave. I mean, who cares? You know, and plus I don't want to be attacked by anybody. So your first reaction is to respond and a slightly older, although not noticeably these days with my gray beard, slightly older friend of mine who had been in tech a little longer, said, don't respond.This guy lives for conflict. You guys are going to fight. There's going to be this public thing. You're going to be up all night and he's going to never sleep so easy. So, I took that to heart and didn't respond. And I, I think about that a lot when I get rabid emails from people, Mike exception, actually probably my weak point really is from, more my side of the political spectrum, where people who are generally liberal, but are just so extreme for me.In terms of being triggered or having a joke, be every joke, be inappropriate. That those people, I actually do feel like I want to respond to because, I, I don't think I can really motivate or move, somebody who was on the opposite end of the spectrum and is sending me hate aggressive, hate mail, but maybe I can move somebody who's just a little bit different than me, or a little bit more extreme.I will respond to those, although I'm usually sorry. The one other thing I always respond to is if people have been reading, they say, oh, I've been reading you for years. And, I wanted to ask you a couple of questions about this book that you wrote before ordering it. And I'm like, just order the damn book. that's probably my most common email to people these days. It's actually remarkable how many people says, wow, I I've been reading you for years. I share you with all my friends. something, when my sons come home from college where it's always talking about, Dave said this, Dave said that, before I buy your book, I just wanted to ask you a couple of questions to make sure it's going to be for me.I'm like I worked on something for an hour and it's like, your family is talking about it. What, just by the thing I worked on for a year, you know? So those kind of things, personal frustration, I respond.[00:28:37] Nathan:Yeah, that makes sense. okay. I'd love to talk about the book some more, but before we get into that, there's two things I want to talk about. The first one is like, how do you measure success for the newsletter? What's the thing that you'd like to, cause I don't think it's, you're pursuing the monetary side for this.It sounds like the monetary side comes from investing and, and then what's success for the newsletter.[00:28:59] Dave:I mean, I have had right now, I I'm just marketing my, my own stuff. And during the pandemic I marketed non-profits, but, that had to do with either the pandemic or, the democracy issues that we were facing. but I have made decent money from selling straight sponsorships. Year-long sponsorships to people, which I highly recommend.I think some of the ads that people put into his letters that go by clicks or whatever, unless you have a massive audience, it's hard to make much money, but if you pitch to some company that is a like-minded brand, Hey, you're going to be my only brand for a year. And anytime you have special events, I'm going to mention it.Then you can say, okay, you have like, you know, 20,000 readers or a hundred thousand readers that can make a difference to a brand to say, yeah, it's like a rounding air show. We'll give you 20 grand or a hundred grand or wherever it comes in there that you can actually make a decent. Living in terms of writing.So that always worked better for me, but no, my, my internet life is really all about narcissism and, clicks, you know, the dopamine, I just want reads. I'd rather you subscribe to my newsletter than pitch me your startup company. I just, that's what I want the most. So more numbers, more opens, more reads, more subscribers.And unfortunately that's probably the hardest thing to get also, especially in a product that is sort of viral. I think newsletters are sort of viral, but it's better if you have a team and some tools to really get it going. That's, you know, sites like the Skimm morning brew and the hustle. They have teams that are really growth hacking and focusing on that and having rewards programs and ambassador programs.The reason you see that is because.Newsletters themselves are not really inherently that viral. Yes. Somebody can forward it to one person or whatever, but it's not as viral as a lot of other forms of content where you can click a button and share it with all of your followers, like a Facebook post or a tweet.So yeah, the thing that matters to me most is probably the hardest to get in the newsletter game, but that's the truth[00:31:10] Nathan:Yeah. Well, I think the, the point on like newsletters don't have a distribution engine. There's no Facebook newsfeed, YouTube algorithm equivalent for newsletters. And so it really relies on either you posting your content somewhere else, whether it's Twitter or YouTube or medium or something that has an algorithm or your readers saying like, oh, I read Next Draft.You should too. There's not really something else in there. Have you looked at, or I guess if you have thoughts on that, you comments on it, but then also have you looked at launching an ambassador program or, or an actual referral program?[00:31:44] Dave:Yeah, I've thought about him. And now over the last year, there's been a few tools that have come out a few. I think X people from sites like morning view Ru, and some other sites that have sort of perfected some of these marketing programs have, sort of come out with these tools. I've messed around with them a little bit.Some of them still require I find, some technical ones. so I, I have like an engineer who works with me on Next Draft, like as a freelance basis every now and then, but it's not always easy for me to launch stuff that requires a lot of a moment to moment technical support, and management, because it's just me using a lot of, they're customized, but they're over the counter tools.So I've thought about a lot of them, but I really haven't tried it that much.I want to though I do want to do that. I would like to do one of those programs, especially where you get credit for referrals. I think that's the best kind of model. So there's one called spark loop.[00:32:51] Nathan:Yeah, we actually, I invested in spark loops, so we[00:32:54] Dave:Okay.[00:32:55] Nathan:Decent portion of that business, so good.[00:32:58] Dave:Oh, nice. Yeah. That one, if it was just slightly easier, I know that it's probably difficult to make it easier because, there's so many pieces. They have to have your subscribers. I have to have my subscribers, but that is, does seem like a good product. And especially if they can, I think expand into like letting a person sell a product or whatever, get credited for sharing products that can be even bigger.But yeah, that kind of stuff is really powerful for sure. And I, I do want to get into that. it's more just inertia that I it's just a matter of sitting there for the, an amount of hours that it requires to get it going.But I do think that's a great thing for newsletter writers to do, and I'm pretty surprised that more newsletter platforms don't build it right in.I think that'll probably change over time too. Maybe you guys will get acquired by.[00:33:48] Nathan:Yep. No, that makes sense. I know for convert kit, we wanted to build it in, it looks at the amount of time that it would take and then said like let's invest in a , you know, and then roll it into our offering.[00:33:59] Dave:Yeah, it's hard. It's hard not to take that stuff personally, too, you know, for people that do newsletters, you think you're going to put a thing on there and say, Hey, you know, it's just me here and you always read my newsletter and click. I know you love me so much. Can you just do this to get a free whatever?And it's, you know, sometimes not that many people click, you know, or other times like they click just as long as there's the free item. So there's a lot of ways to get depressed. Like I had things where I say, Hey, the first a hundred people who do this, get a free t-shirt or whatever next strap t-shirt.And those hundred people will literally do what I asked them to do in like 34 seconds, you know? And then it like stops after that. The next time you ask them, if there's not a t-shirt. But it's not you, you know, if you go to a baseball game or a lawyer game or whatever, you know, people sit there, they don't even cheer as much for the team as they cheer when the guy comes out with the t-shirt gun.So it's like, people love t-shirts more than they're ever going to love you. And you have to go into these things with that in mind. there's no way, even if it's, even if you're XX large and the t-shirt is, you know, petite, it's still worth more than you are. And the average mind of the average person.So you have to go into all of these things thinking, I hope this works like crazy, but if it doesn't tomorrow, I open up the browser and start writing.[00:35:19] Nathan:Yeah. That's very true. I want to talk about the growth of the newsletter. I was reading something, which I realized later was back in 2014, that you were at around 160,000 subscribers. I imagine it's quite a bit larger than that now. And then I'd love to hear some of the inflection points of growth.[00:35:35] Dave:Yeah, I'm not, I'm not sure. I might've, I don't know if I lied in 2014, but now I have about,[00:35:41] Nathan:Quoted it wrong.[00:35:42] Dave:No, you might've got it right. I might've exaggerated. Maybe that was a including app downloads and a few other things. Yeah. I have about 140,000 or so now, so that would be making that a pretty horrible seven years now.You're depressing me.Your listeners should just stop, stop writing newsletters. It's not worth the depression[00:36:02] Nathan:Just give up now[00:36:03] Dave:Yeah. And by all means if Nathan goals do not pick up. no, yeah, I probably have it 140,000 on newsletter. Made my newsletter. It's hard to believe in this era of newsletters actually, but when I first launched Next Draft, I noticed that even people who would send in testimonials or that I would ask for testimonials would say, basically something to the extent that even though email is horrible, this is the one newsletter I I'd sign up for whatever.And I kept thinking, man, that's a bummer that I'm starting out at this deficit, that people have a negative feeling about the medium. So I, since then I've always made it my goal to. Have the content available wherever people are. So the newsletter is certainly the main way that people get next job, but there's an app for the iPhone and the iPad there.That's the first thing I launched because I wanted to have an alternative for people who just hate email too much. So now you go to the landing page, it's like, Hey, if you don't like email, here's another version. I have a blog version. I have an apple news version. I have an RSS version. I'm lucky enough to have a really good, WordPress custom WordPress install that I just push one button and it pushes it out to all of those things.But I am, I'm a big proponent of just meeting people where they are. even, as an example, I recently launched a sort of a substance. Version of my newsletter under the radar. but when I redo my site, I'm going to make that more clear because if people already subscribed to like 10 sub stacks and they're using their aggregator and they already have their email saved and they can just click a button, it's like, I don't care.You know, it takes me five extra minutes to paste my content into sub stack. So I just want the reads. I don't really care about how they read it or whether they read it.[00:37:55] Nathan:Yeah. That's fascinating. So then let's shift gears a little bit. I want to hear about the book. first I wanna hear about the title. Would you have it on your shirt?[00:38:03] Dave:Yeah. That's pretty embarrassing. I swear. I didn't know it was video today, but I do have a shirt[00:38:06] Nathan:You're good.[00:38:07] Dave:Otherwise I wouldn't have worn. This would have worn my Nathan Barry's shirt.[00:38:12] Nathan:That's right. It's in the mail actually. It's[00:38:15] Dave:Oh, good, good.[00:38:16] Nathan:Big photo of my face.[00:38:17] Dave:Yeah. Convert kit. My wife converted to Judaism before we got married. So I have my own convert kit.[00:38:23] Nathan:There you go. Exactly. so I want to hear like what the book is about and then particularly where the title came from,[00:38:30] Dave:Sure.[00:38:31] Nathan:It made me laugh a lot when I heard it.[00:38:33] Dave:Oh, cool. That's good. That's a good start then. yeah, the title comes from, in July of the, of 2020 when the pandemic was really setting in and becoming a reality for everybody. this amusement park outside of Tokyo in the shadow of Mount Fuji called the Fuji queue. amusement park reopened.And they found that even though everybody w everybody was wearing masks, people were screaming so much on some of the rides, especially the Fujiyama roller coaster, which was their scariest ride, that they were worried about germs spread. So they sort of put signs around the amusement park saying, no screaming, you can come, you can ride and have fun, but keep your mask on adults scream.And it sort of became a little minor social media thing in Japan, where people were sort of making fun of them like, oh, they're telling us not to scream. How can anybody not scream on the Fujiyama roller coaster? So in response, the, park management had to have their executives with perfectly quaffed hair and tie and colored shirts and masks on ride the roller coaster with a webcam facing them the whole time without moving a muscle.Cracking a smile or grimacing or screaming. And then at the end of the ride, when the rollercoaster stops, it says, please Scream Inside Your Heart.And that was always my favorite meme of, 2020. It went really viral. There was like t-shirts. aside from mine, there were posters memes. It sort of went crazy for about a week or two, which by 2020 standards is a pretty long time for a meme to last.And I just thought that made sense as a title for the book, because that's sort of how we felt, all year that I dunno if we were screaming in our heart, but we were certainly screaming into a void. Like no matter what we sat or yelled on social media or complained to our family members or friends, it just kept getting worse.The year just kept getting worse. And, so the idea is that this book sort of, now you're free to sort of let out the scream. And the book is it's about 2020, certainly, but it's really about the issues that led us to 2020. There's a ton about our relationship to media and including my own relationship to media and how that got us into trouble.Some of the stuff we're talking about today, how, technology has impacted our lives stuff. I've been sort of thinking about it, writing about for the last few decades, and a lot of the political hate that emerged. and, but it's all within this time capsule of the craziest year.[00:41:12] Nathan:Yeah. Yeah. And so that's coming out early in November, November 2nd. so you're, it looks like you're just starting the, you know, mentioning the promotion tour and all of that. is there a big, big push that comes with it or are you kind of, I, I'm always curious with people's book launches, what strategy they take.[00:41:30] Dave:Yeah. I mean, I'm a newbie, so it's, the whole process has been interesting to me working with a publisher, working with others, is not my forte. so I got used to that or I'm getting used to that and they're probably getting used to it also because working with grouchy 50 something in these is probably not ideal, but, yeah, I've just been promoting it so far in Next Draft, but I've been doing, I have a PR company that's helping me and I've been doing a ton of podcasts and I'm marketing it to my own readers.And then as it gets a little bit closer to the November 2nd date, I have a lot more stuff planned rut, a lot of influencers have early copies of the book, and hopefully they'll promote it. And, I'll call out a few favors from bloggers and hopefully newsletter writers. I feel like that should be my in theory.That should be my secret weapon because, in addition to being fun and creative, nothing moves traffic, except maybe Facebook, nothing moves traffic more than newsletters. I know a lot of people who run e-commerce companies and newsletters are always second, if not first, in terms of traffic drivers.So, I really think that, if some of my friends out there at morning brew in the hustle and the scam and all these other sites that sort of, have surpassed my size by quite a bit, put the word out that, one of their fellow warriors is, has a book out. That'll probably move the needle even more. The media, I'm hoping to get stuff like that, but I really don't know. I'm trying not to get my hopes up too much because, unlike a newsletter, it's not just one day's work, you know, you like worry about one word or one sentence in a book for like three weeks and then you put it out there and people are like, oh yeah, I'll check it out sometime.Thanks. So, you know, that's, you know, whatever that's life as a, you put yourself out there, that's how it goes. So I'm hoping it sells well. And, the more people that get it, I think some people, their first reaction is, oh my God, 2020. I don't want to relive that again. But, hopefully people who know my brand and those that they share it with, know that it's, you know, there's a lot of humor and there's, it's probably 30 pages before we even get into the first event of 2020.So it's, there's a lot more to it and it's sort of fun and crazy and tries to have the pace of a roller coaster. that was the other thing I took from the Fujiyama roller coaster.[00:43:59] Nathan:Yeah. So one thing that I'm always curious about with people who have like a prolific newsletter, you know, in your case of writing every day, and then like, for a lot of people, that would be a lot to handle of staying on top of a daily newsletter. And then you're writing a book on top of that. How did you schedule your time?Were you blocking off like, oh, these afternoons are specifically for book, book writing. Cause you turned it around relatively fast.[00:44:24] Dave:Yeah. the newsletter is sort of like a full-time job. People always ask me, you know, when do you work on, or how many hours do you spend on it? I mean, I'm, I'm always looking for news, whether it's on Twitter or friends, emailing me stuff or texting me stories, or just in conversations with people to see what they're into or what stories are interesting them or what I'm missing.In terms of actual time spent like where I'm dedicating time. I probably do like about an hour every night, because the story has changed so quick. So I'll do an hour of looking for stories every night. And then the next day I sort of lock in from about nine to one, usually, or nine to 12, where I'm finding stories, saving those stories, choosing what stories I want to go with and then actually writing the newsletter.All of that takes about anywhere from like two and a half to four hours, depending on the day I go pretty fast. When it came to the book, that was tricky. It was actually more emotionally tricky because like I said before, I was like, had to go back and write about, you know, Briana Taylor while I'm living another horrible act, you know, or even more so the Trump, you know, one crazy Trump thing and another crazy Trump thing and seeing the pandemic getting worse and worse.So that was stressful. But I found at the beginning I would try to write a lot at night and that was okay. But I found actually if I just kept going, in the day when I was already rolling and had written the newsletter and I was already in the group just to add on an hour or two to that was actually easier and more effective for me than trying to get going.But that's just me. I mean, I just go by my it's almost like my circadian rhythm or something like that, I almost never eat or consume anything before I'm done with next job except for coffee. I would keep that going, you know, once I would like, sort of have a sandwich or whatever, then it's like, oh, let me just take a quick nap and then whatever.So, yeah, I tried to just keep it going. I always find the more consistently busy I am, the less I procrastinate. And if I take a day off or I take a few hours off, even then, between writing, it just, it takes me longer to get going.[00:46:37] Nathan:Yep. That makes sense. The habit that I'm in right now is starting the day with 45 minutes to an hour of writing and that's working much better for me than like slotting it in somewhere else. So I think like w what I hear you saying is like, experiment and find the thing that works well for you.[00:46:54] Dave:Yeah. I mean, if you're going to start experimenting almost every writer, I know not like newsletter writers, but just general writers, all do what you just described. They sort of pick a time in the morning and they get their output done. then the rest of the day, if ideas come to them or whatever, they jot it down, but they're sort of powering in that morning hours.[00:47:13] Nathan:Yeah.[00:47:14] Dave:That's probably a good one to try. Although, you know, some people just do it better at different hours. I'm sure.[00:47:19] Nathan:Yeah. another thing I realized, I've always you for years, and until we got on this video call, I had no idea what you looked like. and which is kind of an interesting,[00:47:28] Dave:Well, I'm sorry.It's by design. I have a face for Panda.[00:47:32] Nathan:Tell me more about, well, I guess two sides, one, has there ever been an interesting interaction? You know, because you're like, Hey, I'm, I'm Dave and people are like, I wouldn't have ever recognized you. Or has there been any other benefits and thought behind, you know, why it have an avatar?[00:47:49] Dave:If by interesting you mean horrible? Yes. There's been many interesting interactions with people. I mean, before, before I had my current, avatar, which is, pretty awesome, actually, a guy named Brian Molko designed it. I had this incredible drawing of a character that looked like me that, had sort of ether net, Machinery and cord going into his head and it was like me, but my head was actually lifted.The top of my head was lifted off and you could see all this machinery and it was an incredible graphic, by this guy named Sam Spratt. Who's now done, album covers and book covers. He's like a super talent. If you want to follow somebody fun on Instagram, he's just incredible. And it was a drawing, even though it looked photo realistic.And I used that for a while and then I would go places and people would be like, you are so much fatter and grayer than I imagined. And so instead of having Sam sort of ruin his artwork, I went back with the more, cartoonish or animated, avatar. So since then I don't get too much of that, but, that was a good move.Although that's the best thing about avatars and the internet is that your avatar never ages. It always looks the same. It stays the same weight. My avatar never overeats he exercises right here. Angie really gets along well with others and doesn't have any kind of social anxiety either. So he's pretty cool.Yeah, it goes a little downhill with me in person. So[00:49:21] Nathan:Yeah. So is it, that's something that like, it gives you some distance between you and readers, or it gives you some anonymity that, you know, you don't want to be recognized in the streets?[00:49:32] Dave:No, no, it's, it's, basically just what I described. It's like, I literally prefer the, the attractiveness of my avatar versus me, but also actually my avatar is really awesome. my logo, so it's also iconic and scalable. so it looks awesome on t-shirts even people who don't know what Next Draft is when they see, by son wearing his t-shirt, whatever, it just looks awesome.So that that's that's as much of it as anything. I thought your response was going to be mad. You seem perfectly attractive to me. I don't know what the issue is, but no, you went with, am I doing that for some other reason? Yeah. So, I get this all the time.Cause my wife is a very attractive person also. So when people meet me, they're always like, whoa, we were once a very famous celebrity came up to me and I said, oh, I'm Gina's husband. And she was like, wow, you did well. Oh, you know? So I'm like, thanks a lot. That helps. So just gave her a picture of my, my icon and walked away.[00:50:31] Nathan:Then that worked. I'm sure that she has it framed in her office, from now on. it's just interesting to me. You're you're sort of at this intersection between personal brand and, like media brand. And I think the avatar helps push you over into the media brand side. and I don't have any real commentary on it other than I find it interesting.[00:50:53] Dave:Yeah, no, I think there probably is some of that. I I've never really been a fan of using my actual face, or my actual person as a logo. I love the process of designing or working with people to design logos and taglines and all that. But yeah, probably at some point there was a, a goal with Next Draft to make it seem bigger than it is.I know a lot of people that are solo operators. They regularly say we, when they're talking about their brand to make it seem bigger, I actually think that's sort of been flipped on its head though. in the last few years where so many people are coming into the space, it's very clear that what they're doing is leaving a big brand, leaving a we and going to an eye.And I think it's actually a selling point in a lot of ways. So, I mean, I, I still get a lot of emails that say, I don't know if anybody at Next Draft is going to read this email, you know, or if you do, can you get this message to Dave? He's an asshole or whatever. And it's like, I'm the only one here, you know, or the other one I always get is when I email back to people that go, oh, I can't believe you actually emailed back.I didn't think this would get to anybody. It's like, you hit reply. And it had my email, like where else would it go? Exactly. You know? But I think actually having people thinking of you as a person, instead of a brand, Is a benefit today. Whereas if you would ask me when I was younger, I probably would have said, make it seem like you have a big company behind you.[00:52:24] Nathan:Yeah. And I think that that indie shift overall, like people are looking for that.[00:52:29] Dave:Yeah,[00:52:29] Nathan:Want to ask about the intersection between your investing and the newsletter. like, are you still actively investing today and doing author.[00:52:38] Dave:Yeah, yeah, no, I, I still invest a ton. I usually follow along with people who are a little more in tune with today's companies than I am. I don't really go out there and brand myself as an investor much, but I've been really lucky. I have very little intersection actually, if any, with my newsletter and my investing and I definitely want people to. To think of me as a writer first, for sure. Not as an investor who has this hobby, because that's definitely not in terms of time or passion, the reality. but I've been really lucky over the years that, I've invested with people or co-invested with them that were cool with me. branding myself as a writer first, but still looking at deals that came through their brands because they were branded as BCS or investors or angels.That's probably a bigger deal now than when I first started. There were like five angel investors, basically. Nobody really did small, early stage seed deals. you know, I mean, we all knew each other that did it and now there's like thousands of them. So you really have to be either a really pretty well-known entrepreneur or you have to. Sort of attach yourself to our organization or two who are really branding themselves well, getting out there and building a stable of companies,[00:53:58] Nathan:Yeah.[00:53:59] Dave:It's pretty different, more, much more has changed about that than the newsletter game, actually, which is pretty much the same as it was the day I started actually.[00:54:07] Nathan:Are there a few of those I'm curious who are a few of those, people that you would tag along with, you know, when they're investing where like, oh, this person puts money into something I'd like to be right there with them.[00:54:19] Dave:I mean, I have some people that are like entrepreneurs and former entrepreneurs that do it, and if they like it I'll do it. but generally I co-invest with, at any given time, a different group of people, used to be a larger group. When I first started out, my whole investing career, I've co-invested with this guy named Bob zip who's much smarter and much wiser than I am about all things business and.Startup world. So that was really great. And he used to work at a company called venture law group in the first boom, and they represented Google, Hotmail. eGroups all the big, huge, early internet companies, and so he really knew the space well. And when he became, I used to get deals from him.That's how you used to get deals actually was by a couple of law firms that focused on startups. I've been co-investing with him all along and he's been generous enough to, he left the law firm a long, long time ago and became an investor primarily. And he had a fund and was well-known guy and well-respected guy.So I got to sit in when he would hear pitches. and we sort of, we weren't investing together out of the same fund, but we would sort of make our decisions together. And we still do that a lot. these days, I almost always follow along with a guy named run-on barn Cohen and a really good friend of mine.He was for many years at WordPress, basically, most of the things that make money at WordPress, he did. and now he's a investor at a VC called resolute. If anybody's looking for a good VC, he's like incredible, like Bob zip much, much smarter than I am about this stuff. Unbelievably ethical, great business sense.Great technical sense. so I mostly just follow him. So if he does something that's usually good enough for me. And if I see something that I think it's good, I'll pass it along to him, but it's mostly that, but I've been really fortunate. I can't express that enough, that I've been able to invest in companies without having to spend all of my time, branding myself as an investor.That's just been unbelievably lucky. So, I've been able to focus a ton of my energy on my six.[00:56:31] Nathan:That's right. I'm writing a newsletter about the news. I guess, as you're looking to grow and continue on, right? Like the next phase of readers and, and all of that, since we can just say directly that we're all narcissists and we do this for the attention. what's what's sort of that next thing that you're looking for, it's going from 140,000 subscribers to say 200,000 and beyond.[00:56:54] Dave:Yeah, well, I'm, I'm hoping that, I'm not just trying to sell my book here. I'm hoping that the book and the newsletter will sort of have, a coexistence with them because the new the book is really an extension of the brand and the brand is that icon to Next Draft. So I'm hoping that the tricky part about writing about marketing a newsletter, like we discussed earlier, there's not really a natural virality to them.So. You Have this piecemeal growth from people telling each other or their friends or forwarding it to somebody or maybe occasionally tweeting or sharing a Facebook link. Oh, you should check this out. But it's all sort of small little blips. If you get a news story or a big blog story about it, or another newsletter recommending you, that's probably the fastest way people grow these days is by, co-sponsoring each other's newsletters or co-promoting them.Those big hits are more rare and they usually require like, I've had a ton of stories written about Next Draft, but most of them a long time ago, because it's basically a similar product to what it was when they wrote about it the first time. So they're like, Hey, I'd love to write about it, but what's the hook.What's the new thing, you know? so I'm hoping that the book provides that emphasis. It's like, we're doing now a ton of people who may by either been on a podcast in the past, or they've wanted to do a podcast with me say, okay, now's a great time. I'd probably want to move your book and, we can set something up.So it's sort of as an impetus. So I'm hoping that that will be the next big newsletter thing that most, most people who write about the book will also write about the newsletter and the two things can sort of grow together.[00:58:35] Nathan:I think that's spot on.[00:58:36] Dave:That's in terms of, you know, marketing and promotion, otherwise, I do want to try, one of these referral programs because people definitely do like products.And, I am lucky that my icon looks really good on shirts so that people actually really want them. And I have a great designer named Brian Bell who makes all of my shirts.[00:58:58] Nathan:There's something like when creators thinking about products, often if you spread yourself too thin, you're like into the newsletter, the book, the podcast, and like the 14 other things that you could make all at once you sort of hinder the growth of each thing, but then if you really build one of them up to a significant level, then at that point it can start to stall out and by shifting to another medium or have it like launching another product in this case, the newsletter to a book, then that book can have a bunch more momentum that feeds back into it.And so there's just sort of this interesting balance of like, no, When to like, keep pushing on the thing that you have versus when to add the next thing that like, then they feed off of each other and go from there. So I think you're doing it with good timing.[00:59:45] Dave:Hopefully it'll work. All that kind of stuff is the tricky part of doing this stuff. Especially stuff like podcasts and newsletters that are—it's really a ton of word of mouth, unless you get lucky and get some press, and word of mouth is just slow.There's some point where you're going to hit a tipping point where you're going to go from five or 10,000 to like 50,000 much quicker, more quickly because instead of three people going home and saying, “Hey, did you ever hear of this newsletter?” there's like 30 people going home and saying that. But, even with that they hit a plateau, and then you figure out what's the next thing. That's why doing something you're into is so important.And I don't think it's bad to try those other mediums or stretch yourself out, because you never know you might've been writing a newsletter three years, and then you do a podcast and it catches on. For some reason, you're like awesome. Less typing, more talking, let's go. So, but it's tricky. I wish I was better and had better advice for people on promotion and marketing.I'm not awesome at it, and it's not in my nature. So, begging for favors or telling people, even in my own newsletter, to buy my own book is very painful for me. I'm very sensitive to criticism about it. So, if people just all bought it and then made everybody else buy it, that would be a huge relief for me.[01:01:13] Nathan:That would be great. Well, along those lines, where should people go to subscribe to the newsletter, and then follow you on your preferred channel, and then ultimately buy the book?[01:01:24] Dave:I don't want like two or 300,000 people taking my site down. So let's go with if your last name starts between A and M you can start by going to NextDraft.com and sign up for the newsletter there. Or, you can also just go to the App Store and search for Next Draft. If you're N through Z, you can start with the book, and that's at: PleaseScream.com.It has links to all the various audio, and Kindle, and hardcover versions.[01:01:50] Nathan:That's good. I liked how you split the traffic, that way there's no hug of death, and we'll do well there.[01:01:57] Dave:I don't want to get fireballed.[01:01:58] Nathan:That's right.Dave. Thanks for coming on. This was really fun.[01:02:01] Dave:Yeah, thanks a lot for having me.

Girl’s Room Podcast
E15 | S2 — Chat with your host Gabby all about life and some fun updates !!

Girl’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 26:40


Welcome Back we hope you enjoyed catching up and drinking some coffee with gabs our host and we will see you next time girl!! Thank you so much for listening and we can't wait to have you back listening next episode Xx - gabby b girlsroompodteam@gmail.com

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E14 | S2 — Bringing big queen energy with Nicolè Rosè

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 32:12


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SER Historia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 101:33


Josephine Baker es todo un referente en la lucha de la mujer negra en el siglo XX. A ella le dedicamos el cronovisor de esta semana junto a Jesús Callejo. Luego visitamos en Cartagena el Museo Foro Romano, Molinete, y lo hacemos con uno de sus creadores, el catedrático de arqueología de la Universidad de Murcia, José Miguel Noguera. La sección el Código Románico de José María Sadia nos lleva a la exposición España 1000-1200, el arte en las fronteras de la fe, que podemos ver en los 

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《飛碟晚餐 陳揮文時間》2021 10 01 (五) 如果藍民代 每個都像謝龍介......

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 46:37


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La Biblioteca: 'Escuadra hacia la muerte' y '¡No me llames Chuchi Puchi!' - 30/09/21

La Voz de César Vidal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 47:45


Con Sagrario Fernández-Prieto. Suscríbete a CesarVidal.TV y escucha este audio antes que nadie y sin publicidad: https://www.cesarvidal.tv Escuadra hacia la muerte Autor: Alfonso Sastre. Editorial: Cátedra / Clásicos Castalia. Abordamos en el espacio de hoy la obra y la figura de Alfonso Sastre, recientemente fallecido. Fue un autor de teatro innovador y revolucionario de arraigadas ideas políticas, que se oponía al teatro alegre y desenfadado de los años cincuenta del siglo XX. Él creía en el teatro como denuncia de una sociedad a la que se conduce a cualquier lugar que interese a los que mandan, sin dar ninguna explicación, ningún sentido a una vida que puede perderse sin siquiera conocer el objetivo de la propia existencia. ¡No me llames Chuchi Puchi! Autor: Sean Taylor y Kate Hindley. Editorial: Edelvives. Aunque un perro sea pequeño sabe muy bien cuá es su nombre y cómo quiere que le llamen. Y sobre todo, tiene claro cómo No le gusta que le llamen. Los lectores más pequeños se sentirán identificado y se divertirán con este simpático álbum ilustrado. Para prelectores y primeros lectores.

Girl’s Room Podcast
E12 | S2 — PERLA VARGASM Making dreams come true on a budget

Girl’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 50:21


Girls, this episode was so much fun to record our host learned so much new things about interior and it's something new we have never heard we love it! Thank you so much for listening and we can't wait to have you back listening next episode Xx - gabby b girlsroompodteam@gmail.com

Planet of the Meerkats
Review Roundup Vol. 1

Planet of the Meerkats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021


Okay, so Karl Marx, Robert Altman, and Tom Hanks walk into a bar. It's a shame that I don't have a punchline for this joke, but as a consolation prize I do have a fresh episode of Planet of the Meerkats — and this week we've got a real doozy on our hands. It's volume one of our new Review Roundup series, where Dave and Neil discuss the books, music, movies, and more that have recently piqued their attention. Is Dave getting paid by author Rian Hughes to promote his new science fiction/typography mashup novel XX? Is the 1993 film Demolition Man the most important film in the history of cinema? We'll answer these questions and more, next, on POTM.

Ideias Gazeta do Povo
Ideias #207 - O Capitão América ainda representa os Estados Unidos?

Ideias Gazeta do Povo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 128:46


Com ou sem capa, vindos do espaço ou da tecnologia, nos quadrinhos ou nos cinemas, há quem diga que desde o século XX os super heróis são os novos deuses mitológicos da humanidade. E não é para menos. Não é exagero dizer que eles, com seus superpoderes, superforça e eventualmente com seus super erros, representam nossas esperanças, nossos temores, nossas batalhas, nossas guerras infinitas. O podcast Ideias de hoje é um mergulho na biografia de um herói que desde o berço teve o anseio de representar a nação que em pouco tempo se tornaria a mais poderosa do mundo. A história do super soldado do escudo de Vibranium se mistura à história dos Estados Unidos e tem muito a nos ensinar sobre o passado, o presente e o futuro de um povo contado pelos olhos da imaginação. A conversa de hoje é sobre um Capitão. Capitão de que América? Para responder a essa pergunta, a jornalista Maria Clara Vieira conversa com Diego Klautau, Doutor em Ciências da Religião, professor do Centro Universitário FEI e do Colégio Catamarã e com Tiago Ferreira, historiador, especialista em Filosofia e mestrando em Ciências da Religião pela PUC de Minas. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tenha acesso a conteúdos exclusivos! Assine: bit.ly/2t5mxEe Escolha seu app favorito e receba uma seleção com as principais notícias do dia ou da semana no seu celular: leia.gp/2MTnyrS Acompanhe a editoria Ideias nas redes sociais: Facebook: www.facebook.com/ideiasgazetadopovo/ Twitter: twitter.com/ideias_gp Canal no Telegram: t.me/ideiasgazetadopovo

The Boob Broads
121: What's up with us? Pamela is Back, Winter Fears, Preschool Update, and More!

The Boob Broads

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021


What was on our minds last week? Tune in to find out! Pamela is back and ready to chat about adjusting to life with 2. Julie shares about Giacomo's struggles with drop off at preschool. Lauren dives into her fears with the upcoming winter and grappling with the possibility of another quarantine. Our hearts are feeling so full having our Pamela back, and we hope you enjoy today's episode! Xx, The Boob Broads

For You From Eve
35. 'From Theater to Fitness,' Olivia Poling on Training at DogPound and Loving Yourself through your Wellness Journey

For You From Eve

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 55:36


Hi loves Xx In this week's episode I speak with the amazing Olivia Poling on her journey from doing acting and theater to becoming a fitness trainer for amazing celebrities such as Hailey Bieber, Bailee Madison, Olivia Rouyre, and more. Olivia takes us through her health journey, how she overcame acne, and an unhealthy relationship with food. Make sure you follow @olivia.poling on Instagram to see more of her productive, yet realistic healthy lifestyle! We have made this such a safe place to talk all things women face everyday, hope you enjoy! (TW this episode talks a little about eating disorders, and an unhealthy relationship with food) For You From Eve was curated on becoming a better version of our yesterday selves through the power of manifesting, meditating, and motivation. I have guests on every Monday, Solo Episodes on a series I call For You Friday's, and Challenges at the 1st of every month. I am so happy you decided to begin this journey with me, and I am so excited for you to see your potential. My Socials @foryoufromeve @oliviaeveshabo on Instagram and @oliviaeveshabo on Tiktok Be Kind, Xx

Girl’s Room Podcast
E12 | S2 — CAYLIN GAINES What it take to really run your own podcast and possible business

Girl’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 42:12


Ladies we have the one and only Caylin Gaines on today we really hope you enjoyed today episode it was amazing learning all about Caylin and what her passion is and how she is continuing with it today and building her company and hopefully inspiring all you out their today. Thank you so much for listening and we can't wait to have you back listening next episode Xx - gabby b girlsroompodteam@gmail.com

Historias Podcast
Historias 141 - Carmen Soliz y Anna Cant hablan de reforma agraria en Bolivia y Peru

Historias Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 52:01


Las historiadoras Carmen Soliz y Anna Cant comparan los procesos agrarios que tuvieron lugar en Bolivia y Perú en la segunda mitad del siglo XX. Un diálogo que nos ayuda a entender el rol de los campesinos así como de dos gobiernos progresistas en su intento por reestructurar la estructura de la propiedad. El libro de Carmen - https://upittpress.org/books/9780822946656/ El libro de Anna - https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/cant-land-without-masters

Media – SECOLAS
Historias 141 - Carmen Soliz y Anna Cant hablan de reforma agraria en Bolivia y Peru

Media – SECOLAS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 52:01


Las historiadoras Carmen Soliz y Anna Cant comparan los procesos agrarios que tuvieron lugar en Bolivia y Perú en la segunda mitad del siglo XX. Un diálogo que nos ayuda a entender el rol de los campesinos así como de dos gobiernos progresistas en su intento por reestructurar la estructura de la propiedad. El libro de Carmen - https://upittpress.org/books/9780822946656/ El libro de Anna - https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/cant-land-without-masters

飛碟電台
《飛碟晚餐 陳揮文時間》2021 09 24 (五) 老百姓該死? 陳時中應下台謝罪

飛碟電台

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 46:03


中華民國110年9月24日,2021-0924,週五 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 ◎節目內容大綱: 第一段: 一,陳:3+11跟800條人命有什麼關係 二,老百姓該死? 陳時中應下台謝罪 三,沒同理心 冷血傲慢 蔡政府零謙卑 四,確診死亡10萬 太魯閣號罹難3千萬 五,執政黨XX 在野黨也XX 百姓無辜 第二段: 一,史上最慘烈 誰帶領國民黨往前走 二,沒有贏家 陽春黨主席令不出中央 三,兩岸好台灣才會好 不必亂扣紅帽 四,兩岸不好台灣會好嗎 張亞中加油 五,朱「不加薪就加稅」 媒體真可怕~ 第三段: 一,28億買疫苗假大空? 柯萊爾+1 二,預備性預算? 主計處長:沒這詞 三,炒話題? 衛生局長:有這樣味道 四,邁開支票 承諾高雄產業結構轉型 五,KH挺HK?北漂青年?4000億? #沒有贏家 #選成這樣 #誰該負責 飛碟電台全球叩應專線 02-2363-9955 ▶ Android https://reurl.cc/j78ZKm ▶ iOS https://reurl.cc/ZOG3LA ▶ 飛碟聯播網 http://bit.ly/2Pz4Qmo ▶ 飛碟晚餐陳揮文時間 http://bit.ly/2JOoLMg ▶ 飛碟聯播網FB粉絲團 https://www.facebook.com/ufonetwork921/ ▶ 網路線上收聽 http://www.uforadio.com.tw/stream/stream.html ▶ Podcast SoundOn : https://bit.ly/30Ia8Ti Apple Podcasts : https://apple.co/3jFpP6x Spotify : https://spoti.fi/2CPzneD Google 播客:https://bit.ly/3gCTb3G KKBOX:https://reurl.cc/MZR0K4

Revolushow
127 - O marco temporal e os povos indígenas

Revolushow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 87:37


João Carvalho, Cris Tupan e Ivo Makuxi discutiram sobre a resistência dos povos indígenas contra o Marco Temporal.Este programa é criado e produzido por Revolushow e distribuído pela Half Deaf.Produtor executivo - Gus LanzettaGerente de projeto - Lídia RonconiProdução - Zamiliano, Larissa Coutinho, Diego Miranda, João Carvalho e Jones ManoelEdição de Lucas Gelo e Revisão de ZamilianoOuça nosso podcast na Orelo e nos auxílie financeiramente direto da plataforma e com seu play! Baixe o app ou entre no link https://escute.orelo.audio/revolushowSeja você nosso padrim também em http://padrim.com.br/revolushow e concorra ao sorteio de duas bolsas de estudos pela Classe Esquerda, a partir de R$5,00, e tenha acesso a nossa newsletter a partir de R$10,00; ou através do PicPay em https://www.picpay.me/revolushowLinksA Questão Indígena - https://revolushow.com/91-a-questao-indigena/Cupons de Descontorevolushow - 5% de desconto em toda a loja da Cervejaria Soviet - https://www.lojasoviet.com.br/#REVOLUSHOW - 20% de desconto em todos os livros da editora Boitempo - https://www2.boitempoeditorial.com.br/revolushowREVOLUSHOW20 - 20% de Desconto nos livros da Editora Expressão Popular - https://www.expressaopopular.com.br/loja/revolushow20 - 20% de Desconto nos posteres da Revolustore - https://revolustore.com.br/Revolushow202007 - 10% de desconto nos seguintes títulos da editora Lutas Anticapital: Luiz Carlos Prestes textos resgatados do esquecimento; A cidadania burguesa e os limites da democracia; Elementos de Contraposição à Cidadania Burguesa nas Práticas Pedagógicas do Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); Sob o Fio da Navalha: Relações Estado e sociedade a partir da ação política da Economia Solidária no Brasil; Reforma Nacional Democrática e Contrarreforma no ABC paulista (1956-1964) ; A conspiração contra a escola pública; A Estratégia Democrático Popular um inventário crítico; Do Beco dos Sapos aos canaviais de Catende os ciclos de lutas pelo socialismo autogestionário ; O Fetiche da Tecnologia e a experiência das fábricas recuperadas; Mundo do Trabalho Associado e Embriões de Educação para além do capital; Reatando um fio interrompido a relação universidade-movimentos sociais na América Latina; Empresas recuperadas pelos trabalhadores: ocupações e autogestão na Argentina; Educação Democrática, Trabalho e Organização Produtiva no Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); A Tragédia Educacional Brasileira no Século XX: diálogos com Florestan Fernandes; Trabalho, Sindicalismo e Consciência de Classe.revolushow2019 - 15% de descontos nos livros da Editora BaionetaREVOLUSHOW - 10% de descontos nos livros da editora Ciências RevolucionáriasREVOLUSHOW – 20% de desconto nos livros da NovaCulturaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Camisa CríticaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Veste EsquerdaTrilha sonora:Enxugando o Gelo by BNegão & Seletores de Freqüência is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Brazil License. Disponível em: https://bit.ly/30dbBjvIn The Hall of the Montain King Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, Op. 46 . Disponível em: https://bit.ly/2XsGGhx

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD
5095: El Problema Del Vodka | Historia de Rusia

En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 68:11


Un recorrido por la historia de Rusia y su mundialmente famoso vodka. Los zares, la revolución de Octubre de 1917, la CCCP, los cambios en el siglo XX, los líderes revolucionarios, el comunismo y las mil historias de intrigas, traiciones y venganzas. Noticias Del Mundo: Rasputín el poderoso - Nicolás II y San Petersburgo - Lenin, Stalin y Trotsky - Revisión del voto electrónico en Moscú - Daniel Craig se despidió de James Bond 007 - Cinco Cócteles con vodka. Historias Desintegradas: Vodka en las venas - Vacunado por la rusa - Sputnik V y mi segunda dosis - Efectos secundarios erotizantes - La maestra de química - Una vinícola familiar - Blend de uvas - El mago del nebbiolo y cabernet - Los detalles de la relación - La luchona y su historia - Un tesoro romano en España y más...  https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2021/5095_el_problema_del_vodka.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast - Radio Teatro - Viajes En El Tiempo

Historias de Arte en Podcast
FERNANDO BOTERO, UNA MONUMENTAL HISTORIA DE ARTE

Historias de Arte en Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 21:06


Con este episodio, damos inicio a nuestra tercera temporada. Este es un episodio muy solicitado y muy esperado: Fernando Botero, artista colombiano que enamora al mundo con un sello personal inconfundible.  Uno de los grandes de nuestro tiempo, y sin duda uno de los representantes del arte latinoamericano más importantes del siglo XX. Inspirado por un lado por los maestros del Renacimiento italiano, y por otro lado por las costumbres de su país. Fernando Botero es el orgullo de Colombia y de toda Latinoamerica. Bienvenidos!Bibliografiahttp://fido.palermo.edu/servicios_dyc/blog/docentes/trabajos/26782_88963.pdfSullivan, Edward, J. Botero: Sculpture, New York, 1986,https://www.christies.com/en/lot/lot-4989322https://www.banrepcultural.org/bogota/museo-botero/bienvenidoshttps://www.biografiasyvidas.com/reportaje/fernando_botero/fotos1.htmTorrado, Santiago (2019). “El retrato más íntimo de Botero: Colombia exhibe un exhaustivo documental sobre la vida y obra del octogenario artista.” El País. https://elpais.com/cultura/2019/04/10/actualidad/1554867666_998215.html Vargas Llosa, Mario (2005). “Botero: La suntuosa abundancia.” Donación Botero: Museo de Antioquia. (2005). Fondo Editorial Museo de Antioquia.

Antena Historia
Berlín, Guía Histórica - Crónicas de un Húsar

Antena Historia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 58:09


Hoy Eduardo Suárez nos da un paseo Histórico por Berlín. capital alemana, data del siglo XIII. Los elementos que recuerdan la turbulenta historia de la ciudad en el siglo XX incluyen el Monumento del Holocausto y los restos del Muro de Berlín con grafitis. Después de dividirse durante la Guerra Fría, la Puerta de Brandeburgo del siglo XVIII se convirtió en un símbolo de la reunificación. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Girl’s Room Podcast
E11 | S2 — Holy shiz I just started college

Girl’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 29:43


You guys!! Your girl is thriving in college doing her very best getting good grades we hope you enjoyed this episode if you want more solo episode from your host please do the poll on Instagram today ! UPDATE: ALPHA PHI WHERE MY SISTERS AT !? Xx - gabby b girlsroompodteam@gmail.com

The Shake Up
From Hot Dogs to HubSpot, Why It's Always Been About The Hustle

The Shake Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 31:36


Sam Parr (Founder, The Hustle & Host, ‘My First Million') knows how to build a business. Whether it's Sam's Southern Hot Dogs carts or a media company like The Hustle, he approaches traditional industries in untraditional ways. Sam sits down to talk about how he created a newsletter read by XX people, viral marketed his way to early social success, and why you (likely) shouldn't bother with college. Don't worry: There's plenty of hot takes to go around. Learn more: The Shake Up HubSpot Podcast Network

The Overlook Hour Podcast
#277 - Monkey Ostrich and Grave, The Nowhere Inn, The Card Counter, Kandisha

The Overlook Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 78:02


A movie that was seemingly constructed for Randy's enjoyment doesn't resonate, Clark is still concerned for Paul Schrader's breathing and Russell teases a movie that he will talk about next week.   Films: Kill Tony (TV), Obezyana straus i mogila (Monkey Ostrich and Grave) (2017), The Nowhere Inn (2021), The Card Counter (2021), Girls Trip (2017), Kandisha (2020), Zola (2020), Lemon (2017), Mulholland Drive (2001), True Stories (1986), XX (2017), The Wolf House (2018), Candyman (2021), American Mary (2012), Bloody Mary (2006), First Reformed (2017), Moon Knight (2022), Inside (2007), The Hill and the Hole (2019), Dirty Work (1998), Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget (TV)   Hey, we're on YouTube!  Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes!   Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at Podcast@TheOverlookTheatre.com    Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)

The Boob Broads
120: Preschool Prep

The Boob Broads

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021


In today's episode Lauren and Julie talk all about their preparations for 3 year old preschool. Tune in to hear their tips, tricks, and hopes for the school year! Xx, The Boob Broads

Cinco continentes
Cinco Continentes - El ruandés Paul Rusesabagina, condenado a 25 años de prisión por terrorismo

Cinco continentes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 42:11


Analizamos con Nicolás de Pedro la victoria del partido de Vladimir Putin en las elecciones legislativas en Rusia, ante las acusaciones de fraude por parte de la oposición. Con Gabriel Herrero analizamos la recta final de la campaña electoral en Alemania, con el socialdemócrata Olaf Scholz liderando los sondeos. Santiago Barnuevo nos cuenta la condena a 25 años de cárcel al ruandés Paul Rusesabagina, quien inspiró la película " Hotel Ruanda", por delitos de corrupción que él niega y considera una maniobra política. Y sabremos más sobre los "harkis" que Francia utilizó en su guerra contra Argelia a mediados del siglo XX.   Escuchar audio

Girl’s Room Podcast
E10 | S2 — EMILY ELIZABETH The dream never ends with

Girl’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 11:51


Welcome Back! I'm so excited to have Emily Elizabeth on CEO & founder of Loshattan Co — Social Media Agency and podcast host of “What Fullfils You” podcast, Emily was such a wonderful guest to have on we truly learned a lot from what she had to say and we hope you did too. Thank you all so much for listening and we hope to see you all soon xoxo. Xx - gabby girlsroompodteam@gmail.com

Les Nuits de France Culture
Nuit Ernest Hemingway 1/2 10/12 : Martha Gellhorn : raconter la guerre, toute sa vie

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 59:59


durée : 00:59:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit, Albane Penaranda, Antoine Dhulster - Journaliste, correspondante de guerre, écrivain, Martha Gellhorn a traversé le XXème siècle pour le raconter avec sa plume au plus près des évènements. "Une vie une oeuvre" dressait son portrait en 2016, sous le titre "Raconter la guerre, toute sa vie". - réalisation : Virginie Mourthé

For You From Eve
34. For You Friday : I am losing my Motivation

For You From Eve

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 27:51


Hi Loves Xx In this week's For You Friday episode I talk all about how much I have lost my motivation this week, and what I do when I fall off track. We allll have these moments, so I answered any questions you guys had when you feel this way. We talk about mediating, manifesting, and getting bored of the gym. Thank you to everyone who asked questions, follow my Insta to be in the next one. This is a safe place where all your feelings are valid.  For You From Eve was curated on becoming a better version of our yesterday selves through the power of manifesting, meditating, and motivation. I have guests on every Monday, Solo Episodes on a series I call For You Friday's, and Challenges at the 1st of every month. I am so happy you decided to begin this journey with me, and I am so excited for you to see your potential. My Socials @foryoufromeve @oliviaeveshabo on Instagram and @oliviaeveshabo on Tiktok Be Kind, Xx

For You From Eve
33. For You Friday : Social Media

For You From Eve

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 29:00


After deleting Social Media for a week and only keeping up with my side hustles, school, work, and my health I decided to talk about how I benefited from deleting social media, why I did it, and why you should do it. I also answered some questions that you guys asked me about social media. Hope you enjoyed and that this episode put a smile on your face! For You From Eve was curated on becoming a better version of our yesterday selves through the power of manifesting, meditating, and motivation. I have guests on every Monday, Solo Episodes on a series I call For You Friday's, and Challenges at the 1st of every month. I am so happy you decided to begin this journey with me, and I am so excited for you to see your potential. My Socials @foryoufromeve @oliviaeveshabo on Instagram and @oliviaeveshabo on Tiktok Be Kind, Xx

Deliberate Freelancer
#112: How and When to Say No

Deliberate Freelancer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 33:18


I am really good at saying no. Today, I'm going to walk you through nine common scenarios freelance business owners experience and tell you how I say no to these questions and situations. Even if the language I use doesn't resonate with you, I hope it will get you thinking, encourage you to say no more often and help you figure out how to say no in your own words. “No” is a complete sentence. You've heard that, right? But in business there usually needs to be a bit more finesse than that. And there are a lot of different ways to say no depending on the situation. Whenever you are considering anything—whenever you are trying to decide whether to do something, always keep in mind: You are a business owner. You are in charge of your business, your life and your career. YOU choose who you work with, just as much as they are choosing you. YOU choose what you are worth. YOU set the parameters. Everything can be negotiated. You are a business owner. Words to stop using: Just Unfortunately I'm sorry (except in rare cases, like when you actually make a mistake).   Don't qualify your answer. Don't apologize for how you run your business. And stop over-explaining things when you say no.   Scenario #1: You don't want to do the project. My answer: Thanks for reaching out, but this project is not the right fit for me.   Scenario #2: You don't have time. My answers (here's where it might be OK to say “I'm sorry” if that makes you feel better): I'm sorry, I am fully booked for the next month. I'm sorry, I am fully booked for the three weeks. Is there any flexibility with the deadline?   Scenario #3: You are asked to sign an onerous contract (non-compete, insurance requirement, indemnity clause). My answers (first, try to negotiate): Can we strike the indemnity clause from the contract? Indemnity clauses put all legal risk on my solo business and I cannot sign contracts with them. or, offer to replace the clause: I cannot sign a contract with an indemnity clause. Indemnity clauses put all legal risk on my solo business. I will guarantee my work, though. Can we replace the indemnity clause with the following guarantee: The writer guarantees that the articles she writes will not contain material that is consciously libelous or defamatory, to the best of her ability.   If I'm asked to sign a non-compete, the answer is always no. That's non-negotiable as a freelancer, so I'll say: As a freelance business owner with multiple clients, I cannot sign a non-compete.   The end. They can take that or leave it. The same goes for insurance (for me, personally).   Scenario #4: The pay is too low. My answer: This is much lower than what I charge. I charge XX per XX. Is that within your budget?   If they say no, or if they can't negotiate to an acceptable rate, I usually respond with something like: I'm unable to do the project at this rate. Thanks for thinking of me and I wish you luck.   Scenario #5: Vague requests or “can we get on the phone?” or “what are your rates?” My answer: Could you email me a bit more about what you're looking for and what your budget is so I can determine if I might be a good fit?   Scenario #6. Can you lower your price? My answer: No. In an email, I might say: No, I can't lower my price.   Scenario #7: The client asks for something beyond the scope of work. My answer: I'm happy to to do this work. However, the original proposal included XYZ and was based on a maximum of XXX words/pages/parameters, which is what I provided. I can do this extra work at an additional rate of $XXX/hour. I would estimate approximately 2-3 more hours would be needed.   Scenario #8: Can I pick your brain? My answer—I may not answer an email at all if I don't know them. You don't have to respond to people. It's not the law. I will also point people to relevant podcast episodes instead—you can do that with a blog or other articles too. Or I say: I'd be happy to talk with you. My consulting fee is XX per hour. or I offer a 30-minute coaching call for XX dollars.   Scenario #9: Someone asks you to volunteer or speak at an event and you cannot. My answer: I'm sorry, I don't have the capacity to add anything else to my plate right now. or I would love to, but I'm completely booked right now and can't commit to any more volunteering opportunities. or What is the payment for speaking? (or What is the compensation?) or I don't do unpaid speaking. Do you have a budget in mind?   Biz Bite: Save a script of how to say no.   The Bookshelf: “The Nothing Man” and ALL the books by Irish crime writer Catherine Ryan Howard   Resources: Subscribe to the Deliberate Freelancer newsletter. Episode #45 of Deliberate Freelancer: You Need to Set Boundaries Episode #102 of Deliberate Freelancer: Freelancer Survival Skills + a Pep Talk about Boundaries, with Sarah Townsend Episode #91 of Deliberate Freelancer: All Things Pricing: Project Rates, Day Rates, Retainers and More, with Jennifer Duann Fultz  

Magickando
Dion Fortune - Parte 02 | Magickando 117

Magickando

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 54:04


Magickando é o seu podcast sobre magia e capirotagem! Entenda finalmente sobre as artes ocultas de maneira clara, objetiva e descompromissada pelos olhos de Andrei Fernandes, Marcos Keller, Vinicius Ferreira, Livia Andrade e Juliana Ponzi que se encontram nesta mesa redonda da magia contemporânea. Neste episódio temos a segunda parte da conversa com Rodrigo Vignoli sobre Violet Mary Fifth Evans, mais conhecida como Dion Fortune, uma das mais importantes ocultistas do século XX, adepta da magia cerimonial e uma escritora prolífica, tanto de livros ocultistas, quanto de ficção. Nos siga nos Twitter e curta nossa página no Facebook. Mande seu rolê do Kleber para contato@magickando.com.br

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere
Une histoire de la mesure du temps (3/5)

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 30:14


Toute cette semaine nous tentons de retracer l'histoire de la mesure du temps liée, bien évidemment, à une histoire de l'horlogerie. Comment la Suisse a-t-elle rendu son industrie horlogère dynamique et occupé ainsi une place dominante? Pour en parler, nous retrouvons Pierre-Yves Donzé, historien spécialiste de l'horlogerie actuellement professeur à l'université d'Osaka, au Japon. Il est notamment l'auteur de "Histoire de l'industrie horlogère suisse, XIX et XXème siècles" ainsi que de "Les patrons horlogers de la Chaux-de-Fonds". Photo: Paul Guillard, horloger à Genève en 1921. L'histoire de l'horlogerie suisse n'est pas un long fleuve tranquille. Au contraire, elle est jalonnée de crises. Au terme de la Première Guerre mondiale par exemple, c'est l'Etat qui doit intervenir pour sauver cette industrie de premier plan. (© Journal de la haute horlogerie)

Gun Dog It Yourself
107. Gearing Up for Hunting Season

Gun Dog It Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 99:54


Charles Coulter of Honor Point Kennels joins us to talk relatable gear.  This isnt your typical "buy this brand of XX" episode.  We discuss practical gear and what you actually need as well as want to go hunting this season.  Lets face it, there's an endless amount of stuff on the market you can go buy but, at the end of the day, do you really NEED anything else besides a pair of boots, a shotgun, and your dog?  Clothes would be pretty nice too though.... www.gundogityourself.com and www.patreon.com/gundogityourself 

The Boob Broads
119: Postpartum Psychosis

The Boob Broads

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021


This week Julie is joined by Rae. Rae is a mother of 4 and a nurse who has worked with patients struggling with postpartum psychosis. She explains the differences between postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, and postpartum psychosis. Rae shares the symptoms, triggers, stats, misconceptions, how to seek help for those experiencing postpartum psychosis. Tune in to hear more valuable insight about postpartum psychosis. Xx, The Boob Broads

NerdCast
NerdCast 793 - Pra entender o Afeganistão

NerdCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 121:00


Neste podcast: Hoje tem nosso time de História pra falar sobre o Afeganistão. A história recente do século XX, as intrigas entre os grupos, os conflitos, a modernização e a cultura. ARTE DA VITRINE: Randall Random Versão Wallpaper da Vitrine ALURA Matricule-se hoje com 10% de desconto com o Jovem Nerd: https://www.alura.com.br/promocao/nerd Imersão Dev - Primeiro mergulho em programação https://imersao.dev Estudos de caso de Tecnologia e Programação, o Alura Cases https://www.alura.com.br/cases Cursos e formações em programação e back-end: https://www.alura.com.br/cursos-online-programacao NERDTECH NerdCast extra toda primeira sexta do mês! NerdTech 67 - Game DEV: Por trás do código  CITADO NO PROGRAMA Instragram Neide Barros: https://www.instagram.com/neidecbarros/ Profa. Neide Barros https://www.instagram.com/historiadorogro/ E-MAILS Mande suas críticas, elogios, sugestões e caneladas para nerdcast@jovemnerd.com.br EDIÇÃO COMPLETA POR RADIOFOBIA PODCAST E MULTIMÍDIA http://radiofobia.com.br PEDIDO DE DOAÇÃO DE SANGUE Pedido de doação de sangue para o Banco de Sangue de Sertãozinho, na Rua Epitácio Pessoa, 1401, Centro, Sertãozinho-SP.