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Techno, Ambient, Electronica, Experimental, Electro-Pop, Dubstep, Post-Rock, Shoegaze,..... New stuff I like....Enjoy & Share....Click on Informations for albums & labels name... Main Adress : djpod.com/analog Also available on Apple Podcasts & Deezer
 
Analog Girl is a mental health and wellness podcast with topics curated specifically for anxiety management, mental health awareness, self-help, and personal growth. Formatted for Xennials, the energy and transparency of NYC-bred host LaToya D Newton will captivate and move you quickly towards finding your 'analog' (a/k/a balance) in our fast-paced and oftentimes overwhelming digital-driven world. Join the conversation on these topics have a laugh, a cry, or both, and figure out the best way ...
 
From literature to carpentry, accounting to space travel, the wooden pencil and its ancestors have undeniably been at the center of creation and innovation for centuries. Join Johnny, Tim and Andy on the Erasable Podcast as they discuss and pay homage to these seemingly simple tools of human expression. Hosted by Johnny Gamber, Tim Wasem and Andy Welfle.
 
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An off-the-cuff radio show and podcast for electronics enthusiasts and professionals. Note: this is the "show only" version of the feed. To see the show notes, check out the main podcast feed: https://theamphour.com/feed/
 
Lij Shaw Interviews music producers, engineers, studio owners, and other professionals to bring you inspiring stories, tricks, and insights from the recording studio. So that you can take your recordings to the next level and become a rockstar of the recording studio yourself! - Guests: Vance Powell, Michael Beinhorn, Russell Wolff, Graham Cochrane, Joe Gilder, Björgvin Benediktsson, and many more...
 
This podcast is being delivered to your ear holes from a 38 year old cis-female bipolar, OCD, PTSD, and extreme anxiety disorder wife (been together for almost 16 years) and mother of 3 teenagers ( one in college, one is a senior in high school, one is a freshman in high school) I AM GOING TO BE BLUNT AND REAL AS HELL. I hope to help others like me. I know there are a ton of my doppelgängers out there, waiting a hand out, a high five, or even a booty bump. I got you!! I’m here to vocalize yo ...
 
We are Est. 1982! We represent a generation that witnessed the birth of gaming, hip hop & modern geek culture. These elements are in our DNA & make us who we are today. Join Wally Analog, Hittori Hanzo, Mr. Nutz05 & RowlsRoyceElite as we provide our perspectives on video games, movies, and other aspects of geek culture. est1982podcast.com
 
Are you addicted to collecting records? Do you have black wax coursing through your veins? Has your vinyl dependance gotten out of control? Amassing 45s has become an obsession? This podcast will help you get you through until your next fix. Do our hosts Ben Shulman and Patrick Foisy offer a cure? No they don't. In fact, they are afflicted by the same sweet disease. Get ready for a fresh new podcast to hit your data stream. When analog clashes into the digital world! Addicted To The Needle - ...
 
In this proteinX Series Season 2 focused on next-gen protein, we brought together some of the most globally renowned scientists, investors, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, urban planners, students, farmers, CEOs, artists, professors, government officials, chefs, and others to discover and learn about the most effective, evidence-based ideas, projects, IPs out there.
 
The intersection of Effort, Art and Philosophy, a.k.a. The Worst Fitness Podcast in the World, formerly known as The Dissect Podcast. Hosts Michael Blevins and Mark Twight explore the overlapping worlds of effort, action, art, digital and analog in conversations riddled with innuendo, inside jokes, and occasional insight. If you know, you know. Published weekly, usually.
 
Welcome to the Re-Thinking the Human Factor podcast. It’s a podcast for information security professionals, where we will be asking our guests to share thoughts and insights on security awareness, behaviour and culture. Our guests come, predominately, from outside of the security industry. They all specialise in elements of awareness, behaviour and culture, or they have effectively tackled similar challenges, in their own industry or careers. The one thing that unites them all is their willi ...
 
Dr. Calhoun and his pet tormal Murgatroyd work for the Interstellar Medical Service making routine public health inspections on far-flung colonial planets. When they reach Tallien Three they are greeted with a rocket attack by the Paras, a mutated form of human rapidly replacing the “normals”. The normals think it’s a pandemic of demonic possession but Calhoun has his doubts. If he can keep from turning into a Para, or being assassinated by them he just might figure this thing out. – The Hat ...
 
On The DarkHorse Podcast, we will explore questions that matter, with tools that work. Weekly episodes of "The Evolutionary Lens" are co-hosted with Heather Heying, in which we use an evolutionary toolkit to reveal patterns in nature--including human nature. Other episodes will feature Bret hosting long form discussions. Some guests will be well known, others obscure, but all of them are chosen because they have demonstrated unusual insight. The state and future of civilization will be a rec ...
 
Nexxt Spin is a vinyl collective based out of Jax, FL, comprised of five friends united by a love of music in the analog form and themed vinyl meet-ups. Join the crew every month for conversations about different music genres, record collecting, and personal stories from DJs and other musical guests. Follow along on IG (@Nexxtspin) for visuals and the crew's weekly "Top 5" playlist.
 
The Analog Project is where inspiration, authenticity, confidence, and commitment intersect creativity. Discover your own creative voice and artistic identity. Understand the processes in creating honest, genuine, and undeniable art. The Analog Project is all about you being you.
 
It’s not what you know. It’s not who you know. It’s knowing how to put it all together. Execution is King. Founders-turned-investors Ryan and Rob Weber go in search of success to investors, founders, and builders, seeking insights and lessons from where the rubber meets the road in the innovation industry. Hosted by Josef Siebert, each episode features a Weber brother and a guest who can offer best practices to startup founders building the next great global startups from wherever they may b ...
 
Zane and Rishi attempt to thwart the unending passage of time by talking about Super Smash Bros. Melee every week. Zane (@epengu) is a writer, video producer, and commentator. Although his first tournament was in 2013, he’s been avidly following Melee since his first wavedash in 2009. He formerly helped develop the social media and content at HTC Esports, and these days produces videos for Leaderboard Esports and is the lead writer for False Swipe gaming. You can stay up to date with Zane’s ...
 
All areas of an organization, even those still in the analog world, are being transformed by technology. This shift isn't just modernizing manual processes with digital tools, but changing the fabric of an organization to support a new way of thinking. So while it may be a buzzword, digital transformation is happening and we're here to unpack it with you. Between big ideas and tiny details is the ten thousand foot view. Join the technology consultants from OST as we discuss the changing land ...
 
The Analog Circle Podcast is a video game focused podcast where Kiaun talks about the latest gaming news, previews ,and reviews in the gaming industry. At the end of every podcast there will be a question asked to you the listener where you will have the opportunity to chime in with your thoughts and have your response either read or have your voice mail played on the next episode.
 
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Will Analog Jones dare to look beneath the red hood? This week Matt and Steve review Batman: Under the Red Hood from 2010. Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010) Quick Facts Directed by Brandon Vietti Written by Judd Winick Based on Batman: Under the Red Hood by Judd Winick and Doug Mahnke Distributed by Warner Bros. Animation Released on July 27, 2010 …
 
Happy Thanksgiving!!! Sometimes holidays aren’t always fun, loving, and as peaceful as we would like them to be. Today I share a little bit of how I have had the holiday blues, I found myself becoming complacent with emotional suffering and resisting gratitude. I am now finding peace during the holidays and using gratitude to help me find that peac…
 
While life on Earth may not always be safe or easy, traveling the space ways comes with its own host of hazards. There’s space junk. Sub-zero temperatures. And not to mention a complete lack of oxygen. In this piece from our November/December issue, a mech finds himself dragged into a daring rescue mission on Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus. Author Bil…
 
Mentorship updates, significant celebrations, and numbness. This episode of Analog(ue) is sponsored by: Trade: Save Big, Support Small Roasters. Get your first bag free and $5 off your bundle. Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code ANALOGUE at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase. Pingdom: Start monitoring your website performanc…
 
We love playing games in-person! But sometimes you want to scratch that board-gaming itch for a few minutes in the middle of the workweek. Or during a "break." Or, well, all the damn time. Playing asynchronously on Board Game Arena lets you do just that...a lot. Just don't tell our bosses. Our BGA play pals Emerson Matsuuchi (designer of the Centur…
 
Brad takes us through a first look at several new-to-him products, including the ystudio Revolve, PenBBS 456, and an ink you don’t want to miss. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ link at the top of the website and enter the password ‘penaddict’ for this week’s special offer, and to get your code for 10%…
 
Episode 74 - John Meadows This episode we have special guest John Meadows with us, you may have heard John on the Classic Camera Revival Podcast… we have to say he has been responsible for some G.A.S around here! John shoots both digital and film, plus his Only Cafe Project mixes both mediums very well! Modern camera, vintage lens. Check out John’s…
 
Our guest, is Dr. Ben Evans. Ben is an aeronautical engineer, and he’s applying his understanding of the forces at play, to the seemingly insurmountable challenge of conquering the breaking a world record at the Bloodhound Land Speed Project. Ben talks about the laws of science and engineering which help him to find the marginal opportunities for i…
 
Recorded live at NOM, Barcelona on Saturday November 20th, 2021.Facebook: www.facebook.com/NOMbarcelonaInstagram: www.instagram.com/nom_barcelonaWeb: www.nom-barcelona.comSubscribe to the podcast RSS:feed: https://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:1525250/sounds.rss.01. Hyenah - Words Of Love [Watergate]02. ID03. Qrion - 11-11 [Anjunadeep…
 
Blackwing 602 12 Packs – Nero's Notes First Look: PIUMA Fountain Pen — The Pen Addict Heaven's River - Dennis E. Taylor The Bat - Jo Nesbo The Devil and the Dark Water - Stuart Turton Conduit #10: Through the Hurt with Scotty Jackson - Relay FM Son of a Tailor —- Neros Notes Stationery Adjacent Podcast The Three Pin Plug —- 1857 Merch! 1857 Website…
 
In this 106th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens. We discuss Covid deaths in 2021, versus 2020, and what the numbers mean about public health policy; we also talk about the new variant. We briefly visit the difference in report…
 
Recorded at Metatopia Online 2020 Presented by Jason Pitre, Rob Donoghue, Emily Dresner, Kenneth Hite The 100 GP Pearl: Economics and Trade as Design Elements. Economics and trade have long been foundational elements of game design, from the hyperinflation of dungeon pillaging to the free traders of Traveller. In this panel, we discuss how these as…
 
This was one of the bigger and more reliable Colombian voices on the tropical bands in the 1970’s and 1980’s - and according to my crusty and trusty old copy of Passport to World Band Radio from 2007 - Colombia was no longer an entity on the tropical bands of shortwave — or anywhere else on the HF dial from my cursory glance. Received on the DX150B…
 
A popular (and interesting) listening option in the 1970’s were the AM VOLMET weather broadcasts from, well, everywhere… they were low powered (typically 5 kw or less) and hearing them from a great distance was quite the thrill. Most common on the West Coast was Honolulu, Tokyo, Hong Kong and (I think…) Bangkok Radio… heard most mornings. Here are …
 
Betty Pezzimenti runs her own food truck and catering business. She is facing a vaccine mandate with which she can not comply for health reasons, and from which she cannot seem to get an exemption. Betty’s catering business: https://www.theearthlysweetspot.com.au/ Find Betty on Twitter: @BettySera3 --- Find Bret Weinstein on Twitter: @BretWeinstein…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Bachtiar Aditya, who shares the following recording and notes: Every morning I listen to NHK radio here we can learn Japanese live and listen to Japanese cultural music with enthusiastic announcers. I really like listening to NHK radio since 2010. Here I use a cheap radio for only 4 dollars type Radio international …
 
The podcast returns this week as Ade, Clare, Hamish and Graeme get together to remember our dear friend John in the way that he affected all of our lives - positively. No tears, some laughs, and at the end just a whole load of John We don't dwell on what his loss means to us personally, because if you listened to the last podcast then you deserve a…
 
My guest today is Colin Brittain an American songwriter, producer and musician signed to Warner Chappell Music. He has written and produced for acts such as Papa Roach, Hands Like Houses, Basement, Dashboard Confessional, 5 Seconds of Summer, Stick to Your Guns, Miyavi, One Ok Rock, and Beautiful Bodies. Colin began his career playing drums in the …
 
What’s not to love! Latin American music and fast talking DJ’s - life always seemed more exciting down there. From my spot in the NorthWest where it rained for 4 months of the year, the endless sunshine and non-stop party of the tropics seemed irresistible. It always felt like a celebration when one tuned in a station from Venezuela, Colombia or Pe…
 
Brad and Myke are lost during gift guide season without their venerable third podcast host. They make it through a mini-guide this year, plus discuss two interesting Tomoe River Paper tidbits. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Hullo: A simple, natural pillow designed for comfort. Try it for 60 days. Links and Show Notes: Support The P…
 
https://www.samhsa.gov/ 1-800-662-4357 This weeks episode is with the amazing Nika De Carlo! Nika tells us how she got into photography shooting self portraits which led to her going to college for the craft. During that time she found herself documenting her time in addiction. This is one of the most powerful stories to date for our podcast. Make …
 
For years the people of Gotham have wondered, "Who is HE?" Now they are asking, "Why do we listen to this podcast?". Analog Jones reviews another Batman animated movie. This week we watched Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman from 2003. How to find Analog Jones Discuss these movies and more on our Facebook page. You can also listen to us on iTunes, iHe…
 
Alex Kammer does a lot. From writing legal documents, to freelance RPG writing, to being an owner of True Dungeon, and running muddy obstacle courses. He’s also one of the minds behind Gamehole Con, arguably the best kept secret in tabletop gaming. We talk D&D Adventure League, Red Wizards, and Alex enlightens me about the variety of things and pla…
 
As something of a follow-up to some of my previous posts about life in Latin America - well, Guatemala was not much different or better in 1975. Some months after this clip was recorded in October of 1975, there was a devastating earthquake in Guatemala claiming over 25,000 lives. Government inaction lead to more civic unrest fuelling more resistan…
 
In this compilation episode, Josef features the best advice for founders that we picked up at our 2021 Annual Event. Every year, Great North gathers investors, founders, and ecosystem builders together for networking and progress updates. Hear advice from our stakeholders- people who have proven they can execute- on hiring and firing, leadership, g…
 
As mentioned previously, living on an Island in the Pacific (100 miles North of Seattle, Washington…) had its benefits — a clear shot to targets in the Pacific and Asia - some of them quite rare. And while this station (FEBC) was not rare - it is still in existence today, it was a treat to hear something more folksy than the traditional party line …
 
I’m not going to lie - living on the West Coast of Canada in the 1960’s and 1970’s (and hey - for most of my life…) had its challenges where radio reception was concerned. But, and it is a big but, we sat in front of a looking glass that gave us exquisite access to the Eastern and South Asian radio scene that was unique and often tantalizing. Where…
 
In terms of sheer bloodshed per square mile, there were few countries that could touch Nicaragua in the 1970’s. Like Salvador, there were periods of unrest that were sustained and violent, costing lives in the tens of thousands. At the time, radio was the sole social media for getting word out on what was happening on that particular day or week. S…
 
Recorded live at Slakthuset, Stockholm on Friday October 8th, 2021.Episode 211 - Featuring a guest mix by JStaafSubscribe to the podcast RSS:feed: https://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:1525250/sounds.rss.01. JStaaf - Boogie de Jefe Indio [DAYS like NIGHTS]02. SKLV - Cartoons [Disco Halal]03. Elfenberg - Elfenboogie [Rotten City Files]…
 
Blackwing 602 12 Packs – Nero's Notes metal shop ct | Comfortable Shoes Studio What We Do in the Shadows Season 1 Heavy Duty – Nero's Notes Daring Fireball: Markdown Ghost: Turn your audience into a business iA Writer: The Benchmark of Markdown Writing Apps Mr. Robot MASTER BOOT RECORD - INTERNET PROTOCOL U2 - Achtung Baby "One" (1991) The The - So…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Laskowski, who shares the following recording and notes: Here is a recording of Radio Australia's DX program called Spectrum from August 15, 1982. I believe this was recorded around 0200 UT on 17795 kHz when Australia used to come in well in the evenings here. Some of the program highlights are: A roundup of DX …
 
View on Odysee: https://odysee.com/EvoLens105:ab84d3cbe2a641c230507d2a3406fdf5d0972168 In this 105th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens. We discuss compliance, and that non-compliance is not inherently a bleak, dark, dreary pla…
 
Let’s face it - the late 1970’s were, arguably, the very best years for DXing and Shortwave listening - there was very little manmade interference other than the buzzy power line or the occasional TV set or furnace motor. These were the days. Stations like TIFC had no issue cutting through because all they needed was a relatively clear frequency. T…
 
Pirate radio was the product of the mid to late 1970’s and one example of one of the more adventurous and ahem professional sounding stations was The Voice of the Voyager - apparently from Minnesota - which was widely received at Christmas 1978 extending into January 1979 on its inaugural run. There are not a lot of recordings of VOV - not a lot of…
 
Living on the West Coast of North America meant not hearing Africa much - a few times a year - particularly near the equinoxes, we would get some astounding openings on 60 and 49 meters in the early afternoon prior to 2300 UTC when a lot of African regional stations were signing off for the night. It was awesome. It would still be light outside and…
 
When I was a young radio hobbyist, I taped as much as I could and as often as I could - and while I did not always have tape rolling, it was often rolling at the right time. In the 1970’s, my priority seemed to be logging stations and jotting down times and frequencies with not a lot of thought to historical content. Occasionally these little gems …
 
My guest today is Micah Tawlks a producer, mixer and all around music enthusiast based in Nashville TN. He began producing and mixing in 2011 and has worked with artists such as Louis Prince, Coin, Liza Anne, Hayley Williams, Halfnoise, The Brook & The Bluff, The Lone Bellow and Molly Parden. Tawlks grew up in Sacramento California and relocated to…
 
Featuring participants in this video: GUEST SPEAKER: Joy Zhong: https://www.linkedin.com/in/y-joy-zhong-b446853b/ HOSTS: Ana Oliveira: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ana-luiza-oliveira-7399731b8/ Lavitor Matzembacker: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lavitormatzembacker/ ENGAGE: ➜ Web: https://www.proteinx.org/ ➜ Twitter: https://twitter.com/proteinx_org/ …
 
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