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Das Spielfilmspiel Wären Spiele von David Cage Lebensmittel, sie müssten Etiketten mit dem Hinweis „Kann Spuren von Gameplay enthalten!“ tragen. Das trifft auch auf sein neuestes Werk zu – und es ist trotzdem großartig! Böse Zungen behaupten gerne, dass die Action-Adventures von Quantic Dream und David Cage spielerisch so simpel gestrickt sind, ...…
 
This week we make an Ubuntu Core laptop, discuss whether Linux on the desktop is rubbish, bring you a virtual private love and go over your feedback. It’s Season 11 Episode 12 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain. In this week’s show: We discuss what we’ve been up to recentl ...…
 
On 9 March 2015, one of Zimbabwe's most prominent critics of the Mugabe government, Itai Dzamara, was abducted from a barber shop in broad daylight. He hasn't been seen since - and his body hasn’t been discovered. Adding to the mystery is a series of text messages sent to Itai's brother claiming Itai was taken to various locations, then killed, ...…
 
Grey and Brady discuss: the looming UK hotstopper ban, Grey has a coffee revelation, final thoughts on the non-existent political beliefs of dogs, charitable interpretations of people's words, Plane Crash Corner, Brady's bylines, Grey & Dragons & Death, and a visit to a secret cinema. Sponsors: HelloFresh: $30 off your first week of HelloFresh ...…
 
Many Filipina women working overseas have left children behind and now watch their children grow up over a screen, but does this virtual mothering help maintain their relationship while they spend years apart? Filipina migrant workers in the UK and their children back in the Philippines tell their stories.…
 
This is where the conversation is moved to: https://www.patreon.com/bryanlunduke. https://youtu.be/gAMkz3dWUjA
 
We humans have ‘creative software’ in our brains—so says neuroscientist and author David Eagleman. We're driven to invent and innovate, yet at the same time we’re attracted to the familiar—and our creativity lives in that tension.
 
Grey needs more storage space, Myke built a gaming PC (nice!), and they both talk about what they want to see at WWDC. This episode of Cortex is sponsored by: WeTransfer: You make, we transfer. eero: Never think about WiFi again. Use code CORTEX for free overnight shipping. Casper: The Internet’s favorite mattress. Take advantage of Casper’s li ...…
 
Nachdem die Bomben gefallen sind, wird die Welt ein besserer Ort. Oder nein - vielleicht kein besserer, ein interessanterer aber allemal. Was reizt uns an Spielen in der Postapokalypse, an Fallout, an Stalker, Metro, Wasteland, vielleicht sogar an Rage? Was fasziniert uns daran, zerstörte und entvölkerte Ruinen zu erkunden, egal, ob nun Atombom ...…
 
What motivates us to take up a cause, follow a leader, or create change? This hour, TED speakers explore stories of inspirational leadership, and what makes some movements more successful than others. Guests include high school history teacher Diane Wolk-Rogers, writer and behavioral researcher Simon Sinek, 2016 Icelandic presidential candidate ...…
 
Today's ideas include the perfect podcast, Smith 360, final meals, childhood songs, and an idea from a patron. Try AUDIBLE and get a free book with your 30-day trial - go to www.audible.com/unmade or text UNMADE to 500-500 in the US Support us on Patreon Join the discussion on our subreddit USEFUL LINKS Meyer Sound Music for Airports Last Meals ...…
 
Notes: Distro Hopping Gaming News: Valve Releases Steam Link for Mobile - we test it. Paradox, Improved with Board Games Firefox 60 Released with Password-Free Logins and Sponsored Stories Google's Selfish Ledger What We've Been Playing Pillars of Eternity II Fail Recommended New Releases Shroud of the Avatar Ash of Gods Failed State What We've ...…
 
As Britain hosts the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markel, The World's Marriage Story asks why so many people across the world continue to place their faith in this old-age institution. While rates are falling across Europe, in south Asia and China, marriage is near-universal. Mary-Ann Ochota asks, are today’s weddings are a one ...…
 
HELFT UNS DIE REGELMESSIGE AUSSTRAHLUNG UND ZUKUNFT DES PODCASTS ZU SICHERN UND UNTERSTUETZT UNS AUF PATREON ODER PAYPAL VIELEN DANK! Robin: Wieso ist Andreas wieder hier? Ist der nicht naechste Woche dran? Patrick: Keine Ahnung, aber das hatten wir ja auch schon mit Fab Andreas: Ich moechte mich im Quiz rehabilitieren! Fabskimo: … toll, wieso ...…
 
Derek Black grew up the heir apparent of a prominent white nationalist family. David Duke was his godfather. When Derek was 11, he designed the kids’ page for what is known as the first major internet hate site, created by his father. But after his ideology was outed in college, one of the only Orthodox Jews on campus — Matthew Stevenson — invi ...…
 
You might not have heard Jesse Cox’s voice, but if you’ve listened to This is About, you definitely know his work. Jesse was our friend, colleague, and the co-founder of this podcast. He died suddenly this week at the age of 31 from a rare cancer. He was a master storyteller, a bright spark who inspired many, but he rarely told stories about hi ...…
 
We get a 101 on the revolutionary year of 1968 with Professor Simon Tormey and activist Sally Rugg, comedian Dilruk Jayasinha explains why he was obsessed with Friends growing up in Sri Lanka, Kellie Riordan from ABC Audio Studios on all-star podcast Sandra, and why were some people upset about this year's Met Gala?…
 
They were a high school item until a family illness meant they ended up in different countries. They lost contact for 11 years, but did not forget each other.
 
Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris are two culture writers at The New York Times — and co-hosts of the hit podcast, Still Processing.They are pop culture commentary royalty, and on their first visit to Australia, Jenna and Wesley spoke to Beverley Wang on Stop Everything! for the only radio interview of their tour. As a special bonus for It's Not ...…
 
Many believe that the future of activism relies on quiet persistence, targeted political involvement and an attitude that refuses to “look away”.
 
A remarkable tale of two women from opposite sides of the political divide in Chile who washed up in the desert in Central Australia. They've formed a strong bond and now work together with the artists of Yuendemu to bring the stunning art of the Warlpiri people to the world.
 
Beauty is in the Street. Mother's Day flowers: the story behind the blooms. John Wolseley on art and beetles. Halal Food: A History. Last Half Hour: Smoke.
 
What lessons can we learn from previous progressive movements? Long-time activist Mary Frances Berry shows how protest is an essential ingredient of politics.
 
Was Donald Trump right to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal? Malaysia elections: Mahathir's great political comeback .
 
The power of having a hard conversation. Good news about our smart gadgets.
 
Meghan Markle, the Royal bride to be, has spoken of her confusion as a child when asked to describe her race and the impact that has endured as she entered acting - not white enough for the white roles and never black enough for the black ones. Broadcaster Nora Fakim, of Moroccan and Mauritius descent, explores her own experiences and meets oth ...…
 
Aging is inevitable. We can slow it down a little, but could we ever bring it to a grinding halt? In this episode, TED speakers explore how we all might live longer and even better lives. Guests include writer and explorer Dan Buettner, anti-aging advocate Aubrey de Grey, biochemist Cynthia Kenyon, medical ethicist Harvey Fineberg, and author I ...…
 
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