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Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org. A proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
On Architecture is a treatise on architecture written by the Roman architect Vitruvius and dedicated to his patron, the emperor Caesar Augustus as a guide for building projects. The work is one of the most important sources of modern knowledge of Roman building methods as well as the planning and design of structures, both large (aqueducts, buildings, baths, harbours) and small (machines, measuring devices, instruments). He is also the prime source of the famous story of Archimedes and his b ...
 
Creativity. It’s as mysterious and elusive to humans as love. We stalk it. We crave it. We try to bring it out in ourselves. Every creative work you’ve ever loved has a hero’s journey behind it. Whether it’s a book or a building. A movie, a mural, a musical. It starts with a spark. Then: Endless iteration. Inevitable setbacks. Magical people who appear to help. And the breakthrough idea — that takes on a life all its own. On Spark & Fire, for the first time ever, you’ll hear what was happeni ...
 
The reel on architecture by Nya will each week highlight design concepts coupled with commentary. Expect podcast every Wednesday/ Thursday. Also there will be videos coming in the future for the podcast which will be found on my youtube channel in the link found below. I hope to explore my combined experience of working in architecture in New York City and Florida with how it impacted my ideas of the industry. Thank you for listen, don't forget to follow! FOR ALL BUSINESS, SPONSORSHIP OR FEA ...
 
Ten years ago, following a career in investment management, I was at home raising three children under three and unsure what my future held. Fast forward to 2020 and I have a boutique property development company currently building out 105 homes and commercial units across nine sites in London. What first attracted me to property was the fast pace and excitement of being a hands-on developer. It was a way of combining my love of architecture and design with my financial knowledge. We have bu ...
 
Akimbo is an ancient word, from the bend in the river or the bend in an archer's bow. It's become a symbol for strength, a posture of possibility, the idea that when we stand tall, arms bent, looking right at it, we can make a difference. Akimbo's a podcast about our culture and about how we can change it. About seeing what's happening and choosing to do something. The culture is real, but it can be changed. You can bend it.
 
This book is part of the "Our Little Cousin" series, written for North American children to tell them about their 'cousins' from other parts of the world. Embark on a journey to 19th Century Germany with Bertha, Gretchen and Hans. They live in a toy-making village in the Black Forest. Learn about their work and customs; get to know facts and lore, hear about architecture, music and more. ( Claudia Salto)
 
Welcome to The Spark Parade, where we talk with artists about the work that has inspired them — to spark inspiration in you. Do you love learning about art history and what inspires artists to make great work? Are you an art and culture fanatic? Then you’ll love The Spark Parade where we speak to a variety of artists across the landscape about the great works of art that have inspired them. In each episode, you’ll learn about the history of each artwork discussed and the special significance ...
 
Welcome to Ithihasa, an Indic History Podcast that explores India’s past. I will take you back in time to examine what I think has either been overlooked or misunderstood. I want to nudge People and make them appreciate our past. Want them to be surprised by the fact that the world today isn't much different from the past. And to explore it in a way that hopefully enlightens us. This is my humble attempt to make it easier for you, to learn India's past in small yet manageable chunks and come ...
 
The Book of Tea was written by Okakura Kakuzo in the early 20th century. It was first published in 1906, and has since been republished many times. - In the book, Kakuzo introduces the term Teaism and how Tea has affected nearly every aspect of Japanese culture, thought, and life. The book is noted to be accessibile to Western audiences because though Kakuzo was born and raised Japanese, he was trained from a young age to speak English; and would speak it all his life, becoming proficient at ...
 
Are you an art and culture lover? Would you love to go inside the minds of your favorite creatives? With over 10 million unique monthly viewers, My Modern Met is one of the world’s leading art+culture websites. And now, we’re exploring the world of visual arts for one hour each week with the photographers, painters, designers, and makers who are shaping our world. Sit back and relax as My Modern Met contributing writer, art historian Jessica Stewart sits down for one-on-one chats with some o ...
 
Episode 1:Book Talk on Tim Ingold's Making The material turn in art is deeply linked to craft processes, materials and ways of making. For Book Talk, we invite people from different fields to read and discuss a single book. How might artists, curators, educators, and theorists respond to a book and potentially use as a tool in their own thinking? Join Stephen Knott, Sarah Margolis-Pineo, Rowland Ricketts, and Namita Gupta Wiggers for their discussion of anthropologist Tim Ingold's Making: An ...
 
The iSeekGolf podcast is a weekly audio show which offers coverage and opinion on all aspects of the game with interesting insights, interviews and guests. From authors, journalists and commentators to players, administrators and the all-important every day golfer, the iSeekGolf podcast serves as the "director's commentary" on iSeekGolf's comprehensive coverage of the game. We’ll talk about the latest in tour news, golf books, travel destinations, equipment, instruction, course architecture ...
 
The Stones of Venice is a three-volume treatise on Venetian art and architecture by English art historian John Ruskin, first published from 1851 to 1853. Intending to prove how the architecture in Venice exemplified the principles he discussed in his earlier work, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, Ruskin examined the city in detail, describing for example over eighty churches. He discusses architecture of Venice's Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance periods, and provides a general history of th ...
 
Noise Between Stations is a podcast about the potential of digital design hosted by Victor Lombardi. We explore the intersection of the Internet, software, hardware, business, and life. We explain things in layperson's terms, but most of our audience is designers and technologists. We focus on issues like product design, visual design, interaction design, information architecture, content strategy, and business strategy. Noise Between Stations is hosted by Victor Lombardi, author of the book ...
 
You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
 
Today's social, environmental, human, and other system-level problems are the result of a huge gap between the meaning that we ascribe to key institutions in our lives, and the meaning that the truth of our reality demands. This show is about closing this gap through beginning to perceive the fractal reality that we are a part of. Fractals are patterns that repeat themselves on different scale, and fractal systems architecture is in essence an approach to first perceiving the vastly intercon ...
 
The year is 1838. The scene is the dense Honduran forest along the Copán River. Two men, John Lloyd Stephens and Frederick Catherwood, are about to rediscover Mayan civilization. Their guide, slashing through the rampant growth with his machete, leads them to a stone column, fourteen feet high, sculptured on the front with a portrait of a man, “solemn, stern and well fitted to excite terror,” covered on the sides with hieroglyphics, and with workmanship “equal to the finest monuments of the ...
 
Silver footed, fair haired Thetis, Ares the God of War, Nike the Goddess of Victory, The Furies and The Muses, Zeus the presiding deity of the Universe and the magical, mysterious Olympus, are some of the amazing, mythical Greek and Roman deities you'll encounter in this book. Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome by EM Berens was originally intended for young readers. Written in an easy and light style, the author attempts to bring the pantheon of gods into a comprehensible format. H ...
 
Thanks for checking out the the No Compromise podcasts! Here you'll find all the podcasts from every show on No Compromise, and it's all for free download. Check out the Culture Commentary Cast, Books In Review, and all the interviews you can feast your ears on. Be sure to let us know what you think, and share us with your friends! Thanks again, and enjoy!
 
The Houghton75 podcast presents different voices and perspectives on Houghton Library in its seventy-fifth year. Throughout 2017, Harvard’s principal repository of rare books and manuscripts is celebrating its world-class collections of primary sources, and support of research and teaching over the last 75 years. The series kicks off with Harvard faculty members sharing their thoughts on the collection item they chose for the exhibition HIST 75H: A Masterclass on Houghton Library. The chosen ...
 
The year is 1838. The scene is the dense Honduran forest along the Copán River. Two men, John Lloyd Stephens and Frederick Catherwood, are about to rediscover Mayan civilization. Their guide, slashing through the rampant growth with his machete, leads them to a structure with steps up the side, shaped like a pyramid. Next they see a stone column, fourteen feet high, sculptured on the front with a portrait of a man, “solemn, stern and well fitted to excite terror,” covered on the sides with h ...
 
The book follows Jeffery Farnol as he visits a number of key locations around Britain and on the continent, each demonstrating how members of English society have come together to work towards the goal of "defeating the hun". On a visit to a naval dockyard, he reports on how the ships are being constructed, takes us on a tour of a destroyer and introduces us to the crew. He also visits a machine gun factory, and discovers how the great guns are built. His tour continues onto the continent wh ...
 
KAL KORFF is often called “a writing and production machine,” and with more than 10,000 articles to his credit written on a wide variety of subjects, several books; hundreds of videos and numerous media appearances, it is understandable why. His radio show, Kal’s Korner, appears exclusively on the ‘X’ Zone Radio Broadcast Network and its partnered affiliates, Rob McConnell is the Executive Producer. Kal’s Korner covers everything from Politics to the Paranormal. Kal Korff has had an extremel ...
 
Welcome to "The New York Minute Podcast." A podcast about New York City: the food, the architecture, the art, the celeb citings, the parties, the misfits, the marches, etc. Want a recommendations from REAL New Yorkers, look no further. I, along with my weekly guest, share our favorite eats and tales of the concrete jungle. instagram: @thenewyorkminutepodcast logo design: Latoya Leflore @latoya.leflore.7 music: Corey Zack of The Cocoon - A Music Production Lab [To honor the original podcast t ...
 
Welcome to the Azure Late Show Podcast where we talk about embracing tech intensity to build your own digital capabilities! The Azure Late Show Podcast will help you get the skills required to advance your career and stay ahead of the curve on the azure ecosystem, provide a better understanding of the Cloud & AI and become deeply knowledgeable about the latest technologies. https://azurelate.show
 
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3D modeling and rendering has been a key factor which brought a major change in the architecture and construction industry. With its help, real estate businesses can now produce photorealistic images of homes, offices, and other building spaces. Read ahead https://winbizsolutionsindia.com/architectural-visualization/…
 
EP74: Buying property is not as simple a process as shows such as Homes Under the Hammer would have you believe. Many people end up getting it wrong and end up over paying or purchasing the wrong type of product for their area. The argument goes that you wouldn't fly your own plane back from your holiday in Alicante so why not leave investment prop…
 
Matt Nathanson, a musician known for his blend of folk and rock, is perhaps best known for his 2008 single, "Come On Get Higher." He shares his Brief But Spectacular take on getting older, gaining confidence and finding his voice. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
EP73: In this podcast we talk about: Leadership Team for Coding Black Females (largest community of black women in tech in the UK); Mentoring and education events for children and young people with Inspiring the Future and STEM Learning UK; and Coming from an Arts background I'm curiously engaged in the move to bring the Arts to STEM. About Siobhan…
 
President Biden's inauguration featured unusual imagery in response to some unusual circumstances. The temporary public art is intended to represent the American people and to unify the country. Jeffrey Brown reports as part of our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
The lady at the lake Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link…
 
Congratulations on your new POTUS and VP, America! As a new president gift, here's my delightful chat with comedian Joyelle Johnson about her love for cinema classic Gone With The Wind. We cover flouncy dresses, unapologetically bratty rich people, portrayals of Black people in film and our current dizzying political climate. This one is a real hoo…
 
This week on the Top Artist Podcast, we talk with painter Omar Ortiz about his shockingly realistic paintings. Ortiz specializes in hyperrealistic female nudes with often more abstract backgrounds. Ortiz shares that he has always been interested in technique and precision. He experimented with airbrushing in university because it allowed him to ach…
 
How do you write the stories of your life? Any time, any place, any order. Isabel Allende was 39, and a refugee from her native Chile, when she started writing a letter to her dying grandfather — recounting the family stories he'd told her – of love, loss, memory, magic. This letter evolved into her first novel, the beloved epic "The House of the S…
 
A LOST EPISODE! Three years in the making, this interview features vials of vile creatures, worm drama, febrile hallucinations, spooning, and unfortunate snacks. It has waited a long time to meet you, so let’s get weird, take a trip back to summer of 2017 -- before Ologies existed -- and unearth one of the very first, never-before-heard interviews.…
 
The poet who will carry on a tradition and present her new work, "The Hill We Climb" at the inauguration this week is already quite accomplished at the age of 22. Jeffrey Brown talked to Amanda Gorman to learn more, as part of our ongoing arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Whiteboard animation videos are extremely effective in capturing the audience’s attention. Here, text and images are arranged appropriately to explain the products and services of a company. It also enables businesses to connect with them on a deeper level. Read ahead. https://winbizsolutionsindia.com/whiteboard-animation-for-marketing/…
 
EP72: When I met Justin Shee a couple of years ago he had a very good idea. It wasn't a unique idea per se, but his approach and the reasons behind it were. That idea was Kohab, an intergenerational co-living venture bringing older and younger adults together to live side-by-side in mutual support. The idea was influenced by Justin's background as …
 
In the 1960s, Ruby Bridges became the first African-American student to integrate into an entirely white public school system in New Orleans. She joins Charlayne Hunter-Gault, who followed in Bridges' footsteps 60 years ago and desegregated the University of Georgia along with Hamilton Holmes, to discuss racism and civil rights in the modern era. P…
 
Do you want fries with that McMansion? Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please…
 
What a week, right? Could anyone use a little reprieve from the chaos and insanity swirling around us? Well, I've got you covered, baby! I had a delightful conversation with comedian/composer Matt Buechele about his love for South Park: Bigger, Longer And Uncut, the notorious 1999 full length feature film version of Comedy Central's South Park. Mat…
 
RATS: They love pizza. They invade taquerias at midnight. They scurry. They cuddle. They outsmart. They inspire movies that inspire musicals. Proving that not just woodsy megafauna can be charismatic, rats have lives we would never suspect. Globally-lauded Urban Rodentologist Dr. Robert Corrigan, or Bobby if you like, has been studying these animal…
 
In this set of short stories, 99% Invisible producers talked with host Roman Mars about everything from climate-changing sheep to the persistent urban legend behind the invention of a space pen. Mini-Stories: Volume 10 99% Invisible’s Impact Design coverage is supported by Autodesk. Autodesk enables the design and creation of innovative solutions t…
 
What do you do when you’re stuck? Something else. Designer Chip Kidd got a dream assignment: Create the book cover for a soon-to-be-blockbuster: Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park. Oh, and make it iconic. When the pressure to perform is that high, it's easy to get creatively paralyzed. Chip recounts exactly how he got started and how he got unstuck —…
 
EP71: If you haven't read Nick Usher's second book Elemental Change: Making stuff happen with nothing stands still, now the right time. While it is written with a corporate workplace in mind it is applicable to all of us in a world of change. Interestingly while many say we don't like change, just our desire for a better version of ourselves is a d…
 
Ep#70 : We're kicking off 2021 in style with influencer Elizabeth Cates. She's calling out all those tone deaf influencers holidaying in Dubai and plastering your feeds with their bikini shots while we're locked up during a pandemic. Also those who portray an unrealistic lifestyle they can't afford thanks to all the freebies they receive. Instead E…
 
Attention and steak dinners Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akim…
 
Happy New Year! Coming up this week, you’ll hear my chat with singer/songwriter/producer Elujay about his love for HBO’s recent hit horror drama Lovecraft Country. We also spoke a bit about last summer’s global protests sparked by the murder of George Floyd, as well as some lighter fare, talking about how much we both miss going to the movies. It's…
 
Photographer Richard Silver has a talent for capturing space in unique and unexpected ways. This week on My Modern Met’s Top Artist Podcast, we talk about the techniques featured in his work, his upcoming Vertical Churches book, and much more. Silver has built up an impressive portfolio across the almost 100 countries and over 350 cities he has vis…
 
The Coronasode we’ve been waiting for! Vaccines. Finally. But what does this mean? As a Vaccine Infodemiologist and science communication lead for The COVID Tracking Project, Jessica Malaty Rivera specializes in infectious disease epidemics and the surge of misinformation that accompanies them. The very first human trials of the COVID-19 vaccine oc…
 
How do you move past a creative crisis? Apply pressure. From the moment she heard about it, Susan Orlean knew she had to tell the story of "The Orchid Thief" – a wild, true story of obsession set in the swamps of Florida. But somewhere deep in the telling, she risks losing her own footing. Spark & Fire follows Susan as she pursues the story that "s…
 
How do you create an authentic character? Start with your authentic self. When Kemp Powers joined the writers' room at Pixar, he found a story waiting to be told ... anchored within his own story. Spark & Fire follows Kemp on his own hero's journey of co-writing and co-directing Soul, Pixar's first film with a Black protagonist, from his first trip…
 
The Four and Loop Quantum GravityToday we look at some books about where we are now. We start with Scott Galloway's "Post Corona: From Crisis to Opportunity." The publisher says, "The COVID-19 outbreak has turned bedrooms into offices, pitted young against old, and widened the gaps between rich and poor, red and blue. But as author Scott Galloway a…
 
Looking back at the stories he covered in 2020, NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Tom Casciato joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss his profile of singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett and his reportage on the pandemic's impact on small businesses through the lens of the iconic Powell's Books in Portland. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.p…
 
Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Christopher Booker about some of the most memorable stories he covered in what turned out to be an out-of-the-ordinary year: New York state's first mobile COVID-19 testing site, the George Floyd protests in New York City, and working through social distancing while out in the field. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https:…
 
Musician Rufus Wainwright's latest album, "Unfollow The Rules" is nominated for a Grammy but it's his unique audio autobiography, "Road Trip Elegies," a conversation with his therapist on a road trip from Montreal to New York City, that delivers insight about his musical journey and the relationships that shaped him and his music. Special Correspon…
 
As with many things this past year, the typical live music scene was silenced. But there were creative attempts to provide entertainment breaking out all over, and recording artists put out new music that offered a wide range of options. Jeffrey Brown reports as part of his "Best of 2020" series. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/n…
 
Please pass the Bicarbonate Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akim…
 
Part 2 of a very special duo! The fresh catch-up interview to learn what the world’s most charming and enthusiastic tree expert, Casey Clapp, has been up to since his 2018 episode aired. He’s been busy. Listen to hear if he’s gotten more pine cone tattoos, what other trees he hates, which ones he gives 10/10, musical blunders, winter pagan traditio…
 
Part 1 of a very special duo: Do trees have feelings? How do they talk? How old can they get? Are there any tree stories that will make me cry? Spoiler: YES. This episode aired in May 2018 and is worth a revisit, especially since Part 2 is a brand new 2020 interview with possibly the world's most enthusiastic tree expert, J. Casey Clapp. Learn abou…
 
Even though most theaters remain closed, a regular lockdown conversation starter begins with "so what have you been watching?" Lorraine Ali of the Los Angeles Times and Ann Hornaday from the Washington Post help Jeffrey Brown sort out the year's best entertainment in TV, movies and streaming. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newsh…
 
The inner tension in the Nayaka world was between the role of a Komara and Nayankara. To be a Komara meant that the Nayaka was a part of an inner circle of service elite. And to be a Nayankara partner implied having access to and share of political power along with the Rayas. There was this simmering tension between the paths of mobility and loyalt…
 
This is a preview from our latest Patreon Bonus Episode – subscribe to our Patreon for just $3 a month to listen to the whole episode! Thank you to everyone who supported the show this year, we couldn't have done it without you, and we can't wait to discuss more architectural history in 2021. Our final episode for 2020 is here and our last episode …
 
NewsHour Weekend's Connie Kargbo joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss some of her most impactful work from 2020: necessary 'elective' surgeries being suspended during the pandemic due to hospital overflow; vaccine hesitancy; and how aging caregivers, at risk for COVID, ask themselves-- who will care for my diasbled loved one when I'm no longer around?…
 
Gertrude "Ma" Rainey, called the mother of blues, helped expand the universe of American music. Director George C. Wolfe talks to Jeffrey Brown about the new film about her life, based on the play by August Wilson, and how it celebrates the legacy of three great American artists: Rainey, Wilson and Chadwick Boseman, who starred in the film before h…
 
Misty Copeland has been a major star in American cultural life for much of the last decade. As principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, she became the first Black woman to achieve that position in the company's 75 year history. But amid a pandemic shutdown, the graceful steps and powerful moves have all but stopped for her and dancers aro…
 
And the size of the ornament Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit aki…
 
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