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Candace is the host of the ALL THINGS RELATABLE Podcast. Because Candace believes that growth and evolution are never complete and that there's always another layer to peel back, she’s all about finding gratitude in every single day and enjoying the journey - even when things suck. Candace understands the magic in storytelling; sharing stories from her own life to those of her diverse guest list from around the world, her mission will always be to Enlighten, Ignite and Inspire. Her podcast h ...
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Anecdotally Speaking

Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk

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Welcome to our podcast, Anecdotally Speaking. Each week we tell a business story, talk about why it works and discuss where you might tell it at work. Our aim is to help you build your story repertoire.
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Inspiration, meaning, and holiness can be found everywhere. It's up to us to find these sparks of spiritual light and bring more of a G-dly awareness to ourselves, our families, our communities, and the world at large. In The Torah Sparks Podcast, you will hear insightful, meaningful, humorous, deep and relatable ideas gleaned from lessons within the holy Torah.
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These are real-life experiences involving people and places. Experiences which you can share with friends one time, every time. These are based on true incidents, anecdotes, and exciting experiences. Simple narrative but highly relatable. Listen to them and you will find a reflection of your friends, your place and your experiences in them. Follow us on Instagram https://instagram.com/hattrick_imc?igshid=10hzayve1mk1a and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/hattrickimcindia/ #kissekahissa #Ind ...
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Brews and Banter is a podcast where two friends sit down over a beer (or many) and chat about fun stories, life, current events, products, and all sorts of random bullshit. Each episode is a casual and humorous conversation filled with entertaining banter and hilarious anecdotes. Whether you're a beer enthusiast, a fan of funny stories, or just looking for a good laugh, Brews and Banter has something for everyone. So grab a cold one and join us for a fun-filled podcast experience!
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Midnight Slumber is a bi-weekly podcast about vivid dreams in short story forms. If you want to hear about adventure, love, horror, sci-fi, or the completely abstract, then there is a story for you. Sound effects and music take this series into a realm beyond the normal. Welcome to Midnight Slumber. Disclaimer: All characters featured in the "Midnight Slumber" podcast are entirely fictitious. Any resemblances to real persons, whether living or deceased, are purely coincidental. The narrative ...
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Ancient Anecdotes is a colorful collection of Indian stories with profound symbolisms that captivate both adolescents and adults. It offers practical insights for real-life problems and allows listeners to appreciate Indian culture as experienced by previous generations. We ListenCubs, aim to bring these stories with authenticity while providing self-help for the specified age groups. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Now You Know

OTTplay - HT Smartcast

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OTTplay Now You Know is one podcast that brings you up to speed with film trivia, anecdotes, lesser-known facts and all the info that you had not known about your favourite films and shows. Aaj kya dekhoge OTTplay se poocho! This is an OTTplay production, brought to you HT Smartcast.
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Tired Nighttime Anecdotes is a podcast, brought to you from the fine stable of talent at Panic Moon Productions. Join married hosts Trayce Zimmerman (@TrixieCanuck) and Adam Canuck Zimmerman (@ItsAdamCanuck) at their dining room table as they talk about such topics as their week, their kids, school supplies, mismatched socks, terrible music, and stepping on Lego.
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Our podcast has been inspired by, "This I Believe," NPR Podcasts. This is for our sixth graders to share their words of wisdom. They share stories from their own lives to show strong beliefs as they relate to common social issues.
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Welcome to He-Whore, a bold and unfiltered podcast that tackles the intricacies of modern relationships and the ever-evolving dynamics between the sexes. Hosted by Mr. Bazie and Toolman, this podcast delves into the real-life issues, challenges, and triumphs of dating, love, and everything in between. Join us as we engage in candid conversations, explore cultural insights, and provide Trini-style perspectives on matters of the heart. From dissecting relationship stories to navigating the com ...
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Anecdotal Anatomy

Theresa Tobin Macy & Sherry Sadoff Hanck

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Anecdotal Anatomy - Science & Stories, is a series of casual conversations about what it is to live in a body. Expect storytelling & science as well as practices designed to deepen the mind-body connection.
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Hello! We are two introverted people who found it weird to socialize post pandemic, and decided to start a podcast on a variety of weird/interesting historical topics so we could have talking points at future social gatherings.Please join us on a fun and sometimes horrifying historical journey! New episodes drop every other Monday.
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Anecdotal Koreans

Young and Kyla Kim

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Young and Kyla tied together by marriage and anecdotal experiences around Korea talk about their experiences. Join them as they continue to learn about each other and all the ways that Korea shapes their lives.
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Anecdote

Ethan Wilson

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Join us in our breakfast nook/recording studio as we meet and have real conversations with real people. We believe that each and every person has a story to tell, a concept to share, or and idea to express. Listen to raw dialog as we get to know a new human being each week.
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ANECDOTES

Jose Cossio

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A collection of real short stories with great messages for your personal and professional life! A podcast dedicated to support ANECDOTES products. Audiobook: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/audiobook/anecdotes-4 eBook: https://payhip.com/b/K1ti Una colección de cuentos cortos reales cada uno con un ¡gran mensaje para su vida personal y profesional! Podcast dedicado a apoyar los productos ANÉCDOTAS. Ebook: https://payhip.com/b/BmTp Website: https://anecdotaehi.wixsite.com/mysite Email: anecdota.eh ...
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Hi. I'm Aaron Tsuru and this is my podcast, Anecdotal. I'm a photographer, zinester, writer, videographer, artist, painter, singer, illustrator, momma, father, spouse, cat owner, runner, cyclist, agender genderqueer atheist liberal romantic with vitiligo in New York City. Let's share each other's stories! Love, Aaron Tsuru http://tsurufoto.com http://anecdotalpodcast.tumblr.com
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Welcome, dear listeners, to The Hotelier Helpcast Blog Posts – the sanctuary for independent hoteliers worldwide, seeking the keys to transform their properties into dream destinations for every guest. Each week, we plunge headfirst into the burning queries, the perplexing challenges, and the heartfelt struggles of managing an independent hotel. Why? Because we intimately understand the balancing act of reservations, appeasing the perpetually dissatisfied guest, and chasing that ever-elusive ...
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Gather 'round, folks, for a tale spun from the very fabric of Christmas itself. "Talking A Christmas Story With The Cast" beckons you to the warmth of the old Parker home, where the cast, as narrators of yesteryear, unveil the magic behind the movie. From BB guns to leg lamps, their stories are our beacon back to a holiday aglow with wonder. Subscribe, and let each episode gift you the joy and laughter of a Christmas past, narrated with the warmth only Jean Shepherd's kin could muster.
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Hear ye, hear ye, these anecdotes* from the courtroom**, courtesy of a friendly little lawyer man.*** Facebook Twitter Evidencecast@gmail.com *Segments not guaranteed to be in anecdote form **Segments not guaranteed to be law related ***The listener accepts any and all liability for injury related to the podcast. No Refunds.
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Grammy-Nominated Mike TV of Get Set Go explores the triumphs and tribulations of being a fiercely DIY indie-rocker at a point in time where music is growing perpetually less lucrative even as its reach is expanding across the globe. Weaving stories and songs together into a seamless narrative, this groundbreaking one-man-show is as fearless, as vulnerable, as humorous, as defiant and as obstinate as the band's actual music. Featuring five brand-new recordings of hits, new and old, for each e ...
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In the medical community, the term "anecdotal evidence" is used dismissively. But our lives as we live and experience them can be thought of as the stories we're writing every day. In his work as a psychiatrist, Daniel Johnson, MD has been deeply moved by the healing stories that have been shared with him over the years. Join him from his home in Asheville, NC where he shares long-form conversatons exploring the interesting and inspiring aspects to life's growth. His guests include practitio ...
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In our inaugural episode, we delve into the vibrant world of Martha Humler's 'Why? Because You Get Paid To Smile and Serve.' Discover why this witty critique of customer service is the perfect holiday gift, blending humor with insightful reflections on everyday interactions. Join us as we set the stage for an engaging series, exploring the laughter and lessons nestled within the pages of this unique book.
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Un podcast inspirant 🌍, authentique 🌱, amusant et qui a un vrai sens💓! Tu t’immergeras dans le français de tous les jours et je t’aiderai à te perfectionner à l’oral en contexte. Moi c’est Katy, prof de français langue étrangère passionnée par les langues__________ 📨Abonne-toi à ma bulle d’infos pour ne rien rater de mes nouveautés, ressources et événements : https://thefrenchinstinct.fr __________ I also speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian. Don’t hesitate to contact me on my website ...
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Welcome to Varta Lab, a delightful concoction of stories featuring Aakash Mehta, one of India's most obsessive storytellers on and off stage, and Navin Noronha, who is an okay person. Together they tell stories to each other from their life and welcome others to do the same. Fun times.
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Ringer Dish is the place for all things celebrity and pop culture. From major moments like the Met Gala and the Oscars, to the weird habits of the stars you love, and refreshers on the biggest tabloid stories from the last 20 years, Ringer Dish has all the vital details. On Tuesdays, catch ‘Jam Session’ with Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins for royal family rumors, celebrity real estate, and industry analysis. And on Wednesdays, join Erika Ramirez for ‘What About Your Friends?’ for conversat ...
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Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson for enlightening discourse that will change the way you think. This podcast breaks down the dichotomy of life through interviews and lectures that explain how individuals and culture are shaped by values, music, religion, and beyond. It will give you a new perspective and a modern understanding of your creativity, competence, and personality.
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Behind every face is a story, behind every story is a lesson and underlying each lesson is a way of being that longs to be shared with the world. Join GK and F as they traverse the the paths of the many faces and seek to draw meaning from the words like lesson bounty hunters. Tune in to hear two mates learning on the fly, who love a yarn and hearing of life through the eyes of their guests and 'colourful' friends.
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Michael Stein interviews comedians, actors, and various other artists from all walks of life, exploring their careers, successes, struggles, and deep thoughts. Hard-hitting, fast-moving, and hyper.
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The Broken Bird Podcast

Broken Bird Theatre

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There are times when the stars align: when a beautiful series of events leads to the culmination of something absolutely marvellous. Often, however, this is not the case... Meet Broken Bird, the rambling, interactive storytellers, and follow the on their journeys as they charge through the realms of language, theatre, and history with all the grace of an ice skating platypus, accompanied by their nameless pet tortoise and an assortment of guests ranging from the holier-than-thou to the devil ...
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Part game show and part chat show. Your host, London Welsh comedian Vix Leyton, holds an ever-changing numbered list of 30 possible subjects - from everyday to current affairs - and invites three comics to compete to take the mic with stories, anecdotes, jokes or even songs, like a parlour game at the best fantasy dinner party you could ever imagine. The game - fun. The rules - highly convoluted. The laughs - constant. Guests to play the arcade so far have included Sara Barron, Sikisa, Tiern ...
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The Known World

IEEE Computer Society

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This podcast contains the essays of David Alan Grier, which discuss the ideas, the culture, and the stories of the digital age. The podcasts come from the column of the same name in Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society. Copyright 2011, IEEE, Inc. All rights reserved. Some of the music provided is from the PodShow Podsafe Music Network. Check it out at "music.podshow.com".
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Firmsconsulting maintains a 80% success rate at placing clients within McKinsey, BCG and Bain. This is the highest in the industry and the rate is higher if we include other firms. We achieve this rate because we only use former partners from McKinsey, BCG et al to develop our clients. This makes us unique. We never use analysts, associates, engagement managers or associate principals. We also carefully select and develop clients on their communication, image, technical and case interview sk ...
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The Nonlinear Library allows you to easily listen to top EA and rationalist content on your podcast player. We use text-to-speech software to create an automatically updating repository of audio content from the EA Forum, Alignment Forum, LessWrong, and other EA blogs. To find out more, please visit us at nonlinear.org
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The Italian American Podcast

The Italian American Podcast

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The first and finest podcast for Italian Americans... delivering history, discussion, and connection with smarts, heart, and a lot of laughs. 🇮🇹🇺🇸 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/italianamerican/support
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Funny Anecdote of Eliezer From His Sister, published by Daniel Birnbaum on April 22, 2024 on LessWrong.This comes from a podcast called 18Forty, of which the main de…
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We are all looking for the turning point in a good story, and we love a story that demonstrates perseverance and resolve. Shawn and Mark discuss the relevance of this story to: explaining the data in a story, sizing up your competition and 'keeping Mum' with your competitive advantage. The post 204 – The Serve and Return Turning Point: Agassi, Beck…
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In this podcast we have listed some of the most common and most significant networking mistakes made by candidates. Since many of these have been made by clients, we have had an opportunity to discuss the mistakes, their motivations, the fall out and their response. Therefore, we can provide a comprehensive discussion on the implications of these m…
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Today I'm excited to share my recent interview with Dr. Mark Bailey, one of the leading intellects and voices in the anti-vax, anti-germ theory, anti-allopathic-medicine movement that has sprung up around the world with force since 2020. This interview is oriented around a detailed discussion of the deep-rooted scientific corruption existing at the…
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The ladies are back this week with reactions to Kate Middleton’s return to the public eye with the statement about her health (0:00). Plus, Meghan Markle’s failed investment attempt with Flamingo Estate (12:21), Travis and Taylor’s vacation moments, and a few personal anecdotes the ladies have to share. Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins Produ…
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The hit Netflix series Baby Reindeer is an intimate exploration of Scottish comedian, writer, and actor Richard Gadd's real-life experience with a stalker. The revealing show delves into the complexities of obsession, power dynamics, and personal boundaries as Gadd turns to the most unsettling period of his life. The series has garnered praise for …
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Welcome to an interview with the co-author of the inspiring new Generative AI study, Jeremy Utley. This episode highlights the common mistakes and missed opportunities many corporate teams and individuals make when using AI. Too often, individuals treat AI as a mere search engine, leading to answers that fall short of actual solutions. Jeremy Utley…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: On what research policymakers actually need, published by MondSemmel on April 24, 2024 on LessWrong.I saw this guest post on the Slow Boring substack, by a former se…
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You won't want to miss out on the excitement that's about to unfold! The story of Violet, Xaden, and their friends is just heating up, and you don't want to be left out in the cold. With new books being released and rumors of even more on the horizon, the adventure is just beginning. But before the VENIN problems take hold, there's a banquet to att…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Let's Design A School, Part 1, published by Sable on April 24, 2024 on LessWrong.The American school system, grades K-12, leaves much to be desired.While its flaws a…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Examples of Highly Counterfactual Discoveries?, published by johnswentworth on April 23, 2024 on LessWrong.The history of science has tons of examples of the same th…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Rejecting Television, published by Declan Molony on April 23, 2024 on LessWrong.I didn't use to be, but now I'm part of the2% ofU.S. households without a television.…
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British-Indian actor Dev Patel makes his directorial debut in the action thriller Monkey Man. Patel, who is best known for films such as Hotel Mumbai, The Green Knight, Lion, and the multiple-Oscar winner Slumdog Millionaire, plays the lead in this film, which is being described by some as “John Wick in Mumbai”. The film garnered praise from critic…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Forget Everything (Statistical Mechanics Part 1), published by J Bostock on April 23, 2024 on LessWrong.EDIT: I somehow missed that John Wentworth and David Lorell a…
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In today's little minisode, Candace shares a message that she needed to hear and hopes that it lands with you too. Candace Dunaway is the Host of the All Things Relatable podcast. Candace practices daily gratitude and believes that this practice is the key to living a joyful life. Candace sees the world through an optimistic lens and looks for the …
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Take the wheel, Shoggoth! (Lesswrong is trying out changes to the frontpage algorithm), published by Ruby on April 23, 2024 on LessWrong.For the last month, @RobertM…
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This week on ‘Jam Session,’ Juliet and Amanda have a plethora of celebrity news to discuss, including, Taylor Swift’s ‘Tortured Poets’ album release (0:00), a “Millennial Woman Pulse-Check” on Post Malone (16:51), Victoria Beckham’s birthday bash (24:32), and finally the Keith McNally, Lauren Sanchez, and rodent feud (30:32). Hosts: Juliet Litman a…
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Dr. Jordan B. Peterson sits down in-person with Canadian lawyer Bruce Pardy and podcaster Konstantin Kisin. They discuss Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Bill C63 (aka The Online Harms Act), what powers it gives to the government, what rights it strips from citizens, and why even Americans should be concerned. Bruce Pardy is executive direc…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: AI Regulation is Unsafe, published by Maxwell Tabarrok on April 22, 2024 on LessWrong.Concerns over AI safety and calls for government control over the technology ar…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: On Llama-3 and Dwarkesh Patel's Podcast with Zuckerberg, published by Zvi on April 22, 2024 on LessWrong.It was all quiet. Then it wasn't.Note the timestamps on both…
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Join us for another round of sudsy fun in this special edition of Brews & Banter, recorded live at Middle Ages Brewery! As always, we kick things off with a refreshing brew from Middle Ages Brewery, savoring every sip and sharing our thoughts on the flavors and aromas. After our taste buds have been tantalized, we dive into the banter portion of th…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Transfer Learning in Humans, published by niplav on April 22, 2024 on LessWrong.I examine the literature on transfer learning in humans. Far transfer is difficult to…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: A couple productivity tips for overthinkers, published by Steven Byrnes on April 20, 2024 on LessWrong.1. If you find that you're reluctant to permanently give up on…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: What's up with all the non-Mormons? Weirdly specific universalities across LLMs, published by mwatkins on April 20, 2024 on LessWrong.tl;dr: Recently reported GPT-J …
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Thoughts on seed oil, published by dynomight on April 20, 2024 on LessWrong.A friend has spent the last three years hounding me about seed oils. Every time I thought…
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Well, the ground beneath us may have shaken from New Jersey's surprising earthquake, but it's the stirring tales of passing along the Italian culture to future generations that truly rock our world! That’s because, in this week’s episode, we’re joined by the delightful Marisa Fusaro, Italian teacher and creator of Stellina Travel, who shares her in…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: [Full Post] Progress Update #1 from the GDM Mech Interp Team, published by Neel Nanda on April 19, 2024 on LessWrong.This is a series of snippets about the Google De…
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C'est l'anniversaire du podcast et le mien aussi. Alors si tu veux me faire un cadeau, fais-moi une fleur🌻 et laisse un avis ou un commentaire public sur l'émission là où tu l'écoutes ou sur les réseaux sociaux. Tiens-toi informé de la prochaine ouverture de la communauté via mon info-bulle https:://thefrenchinstinct.fr…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Daniel Dennett has died (1924-2024), published by kave on April 19, 2024 on LessWrong.Daniel Dennett, professor emeritus of philosophy at Tufts University, well-know…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Experiment on repeating choices, published by KatjaGrace on April 19, 2024 on LessWrong.People behave differently from one another on all manner of axes, and each pe…
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Jodi Walker and Chelsea Stark-Jones have arrived in the Ringer Dish feed with a brand-new podcast. On ‘We’re Obsessed,’ we’ll take you on an odyssey through all of our deepest obsessions across the internet, in pop culture, social media, and entertainment. This week we’re talking about Taylor Swift’s antics at Coachella and Sabrina Carpenter’s star…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: [Fiction] A Confession, published by Arjun Panickssery on April 19, 2024 on LessWrong.This morning while taking the LIRR to the city I performed first aid on a man w…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: LessOnline Festival Updates Thread, published by Ben Pace on April 19, 2024 on LessWrong.This is a thread for updates about the upcoming LessOnline festival. I (Ben)…
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Dr. Jordan B. Peterson sits down with author and speaker Tor Nørretranders. They discuss the entropy of emotion, the nature of pointlessness, the over-civilization of societal structures, how relationships shape perception, and why play might be the antithesis to tyranny. Tor Nørretranders is an independent author, thinker and speaker based in Denm…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: I'm open for projects (sort of), published by cousin it on April 18, 2024 on LessWrong.I left Google a month ago, and right now don't work. Writing this post in case…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: AI #60: Oh the Humanity, published by Zvi on April 18, 2024 on LessWrong.Many things this week did not go as planned.Humane AI premiered its AI pin. Reviewers notice…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: The Mom Test: Summary and Thoughts, published by Adam Zerner on April 18, 2024 on LessWrong.I just finished reading The Mom Test for the second time. I took "raw" no…
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Grab your copy of the “Unlocking Hospitality Success: 25 Must-Know Insights for Independent Hotel Owners” PDF. https://keystonehpd.com/the-hotelier-helpcast-pdf/ Clarity is king! Simple, straightforward communication is the secret to guest satisfaction. 🏆 #ClearCommunication #GuestJoy #HospitalitySecrets" Image prompt: A clear and engaging infograp…
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Acclaimed British filmmaker and novelist Alex Garland, who is best known for Ex Machina and Annihilation, has returned with his latest passion project – the dystopian thriller Civil War. The film is set in the near future when the United States is grappling with a new civil war. The film has garnered critical acclaim after it premiered in the US on…
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Ben Morrison is not just a comedian; he's a comedic force to be reckoned with, known for his distinctive brand, style, and content that leave audiences in stitches. Born and raised in the vibrant city of Boston, Ben's comedic journey began in his formative years, attending the same high school as the legendary comedian Dane Cook. Inspired by the wi…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Childhood and Education Roundup #5, published by Zvi on April 18, 2024 on LessWrong.For this iteration I will exclude discussions involving college or college admiss…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Claude 3 Opus can operate as a Turing machine, published by Gunnar Zarncke on April 18, 2024 on LessWrong.Posted on Twitter:Opus can operate as a Turing machine.give…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Express interest in an "FHI of the West", published by habryka on April 18, 2024 on LessWrong.TLDR: I am investigating whether to found a spiritual successor to FHI,…
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Get the Mad Mondays newsletter, a round up of news from a Christian perspective with encouragement from Rev Fisk Find out more about the Sons of Solomon, a prayer discipline for men Support Rev Fisk at SubscribeStar Order Rev Fisk's books at Amazon Catch Rev Fisk on A Brief History of Power podcast Hear Rev Fisk's sermons at St Paul If you'd like t…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Why Would Belief-States Have A Fractal Structure, And Why Would That Matter For Interpretability? An Explainer, published by johnswentworth on April 18, 2024 on Less…
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Summary Join us for an unforgettable episode of 'Talking A Christmas Story With The Cast' as we sit down with Scott Minniger, Peter Billingsley's security and personal assistant. Dive into Scott's riveting journey from military and security expert to an integral member of the A Christmas Story family. Discover how his expertise ensures the safety o…
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Link to original article Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Effectively Handling Disagreements - Introducing a New Workshop, published by Camille Berger on April 17, 2024 on LessWrong.On May 25th, 2023, someone posted a revie…
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