Best Differences podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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John Siracusa and Merlin Mann try to figure out exactly how they got this way. Hosted by John Siracusa and Merlin Mann.
 
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Small Differences
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Chris A. has recently immigrated (or *brexited) from the UK to Norway and finds herself in the process of acquiring a new language and culture. Knut M. is a native Norwegian who never has a good answer to the question "where're you from"? In this podcast they investigate all the minor differences that may bring their worlds closer together.
 
A podcast by Dian Killian about having greater empathy for yourself and others, and how to hear others more deeply and make sure that you’ve been heard.
 
Similar Differences is hosted by Luke Weaver.
 
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Vast Differences
Weekly
 
Charity (in South Korea) and ThugLife (en Perú) discuss all the vastly different topics in the world and eventually come to the conclusion that they are the same thing. Note: Vast Differences podcast has officially crashed into a volcano filled with hot magma. (In episode #33, Charity and ThugLife randomly picked the *exact same topic* and are on forced hiatus until the show has 10,000 true fans.) Want us to rise-of-the-pheonix this b? Let us know at vastdifferencespodcast@gmail.comSubscribe ...
 
Podcast by Charlie King
 
Podcast by Otis Anderson
 
Two friends, a decade of friendship and tons of righteous indignation.
 
Author/Filmmaker Richard A Lester interviews the creative types in their natural environments around Memphis, TN. For More Information on Richard A Lester:http://www.richardalester.comFOR ALL SEASON ONE EPISODES:http://www.azbeststudios.com
 
This is the official Creative Differences podcast page. We talk whatever we deem worthy of discussion in the world of movies. We work hard. Movies don't watch themselves.creativedifferencespod@gmail.com
 
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Luke talks with his buddy and avid gambler Peter Matthias about the 2018-19 NBA season. In Part 3 of this three part series, Luke and Peter make their over/under predictions for the top 10 (actually 9) teams in the league: the Lakers, Thunder, Bucks, Jazz, 76ers, Raptors, Rockets, Celtics, and Warriors.…
 
This week, Merlin has a lot going on, and John has questions about how Do By Friday works behind the scenes. In turn, Merlin has some iCloud questions for John. There is discussion of photo management and the trend line for Apple’s dependability in services. John worries about losing his hearts, and Merlin gets some really terrible prints made. ...…
 
Otis and Ian get some gentle, snarky feedback. The theory of human capital is discussed at length.
 
Luke talks with his buddy and avid gambler Peter Matthias about the 2018-19 NBA season. In Part 2 of this three part series, Luke and Peter make their over/under predictions for the 10 teams in the middle of the league: the Mavericks, Clippers, Pistons, Timberwolves, Trail Blazers, Spurs, Heat, Pelicans, Wizards, Nuggets, and Pacers.…
 
Luke talks with his buddy and avid gambler Peter Matthias about the 2018-19 NBA season. In Part 1 of this three part series, Luke and Peter make their over/under predictions for the bottom 10 teams in the league: the Hawks, Kings, Knicks, Sounds, Bulls, Magic, Cavaliers, Nets, Grizzlies, and Hornets.…
 
John Amaechi is a psychologist, New York Times bestselling author and former NBA basketball player. All this united in one person? Yes! and with 6' 4" he not only physically stands tall but also when it comes to his view on sports, business and other international matters.
 
This week, John has a musical request for Merlin, and Merlin agrees to hop on the court. This leads to a discussion of musical fingernail trimming, and the revelation of an upsetting new callus. John has questions about Merlin’s crazy bandwidth. This leads to misty, water-colored memories of the way we downloaded. Time was, no one could get ISD ...…
 
We finally discuss Otis' workflow. Some time is spent on the dreaded correlated error terms. Some abuse is hurled at econ departments and stata.
 
Luke’s doing a System Reboot…rebooting the podcast, rebooting his life, rebooting his brain. The internet is amazing, but is it hacking our brains? Has it ruined our ability to focus? If so, is there anything we can do to fix it? Luke explores these questions and more in the return of Similar Differences. Links Discuss this episode on the reddi ...…
 
Marketing Manager at De Pindakaaswinkel.Together with his two friends, Michiel and Bas they started the idea of flavored peanut butter in Michiel's house.Currently, they have four shops in the Netherlands and are considering expanding to Scandinavia.
 
In an episode inspired by listener emails, Knut and Chris talk about driving behaviour in Norway vs. the UK, and why Norwegian sheep prefer to be on the road. This week’s episode is presented in SurroundLingo™. Links: Autonomous sensory meridian response - Wikipedia sanity-io/sanity-microservice-transcription: Example of a transcription microse ...…
 
This week kicks off with some complaining about Google’s UI cruft. Also, why are school websites so bad? Technology old and new is discussed. John just wants to upload a photo, and Merlin learns a lot about targeted individuals. John is skeptical about whether this is really a thing, but Merlin is pretty sure it is. John thinks Merlin missed an ...…
 
We read responses to previous episodes. We discuss data engineering decisions early in a company, and discuss Ian's ML workflow in some depth. Talk to us: feed.back@smalldiffcast.com or @OfDifferences on twitter.
 
Mounir Azegra is the founder of iWannaBurnFat.com. iWannaBurnFat provides evidence-based training and nutrition information to the fitness community. With the use of scientific research and logic, he has helped thousands of people improve the way they look and feel. He's also a second generation Morrocan living in the Netherlands. Having a mult ...…
 
Knut has a puppy. Chris has a new language to learn. 🎉 Extended summer holiday Small Differences to celebrate our 50th episode! 🎉 Links: Obedience training - Wikipedia Aww-some animals: Why do baby mammals melt our hearts? - BBC News Every Tory MP that has resigned over Theresa May's Brexit plan — This surely deserves its own Wikipedia page. Ev ...…
 
This week, Merlin is losing his mind, and John’s kids can’t even. Merlin praises his kid’s tech-savvy teacher, and John has questions about how well Merlin has been following his orders. Merlin admits that he literally has not. Homework is discussed, and John confesses to once starting the world’s longest book report. John recounts his career o ...…
 
Ian has work news. Otis has fears about jira. Reproducibility has varying degrees of value.
 
Dylan Bollen is a Ph.D. student in astronomy and astrophysics at KU Leuven University and Macquarie University, Sydney.It's the second time he is on the show and this time we talk about how he adapted to Australian culture and dealt with his (mild) culture shock.
 
Knut learns how to be a train commuter; Chris hides from the sun; nobody grills. The Small Differences Social Club gets a very exclusive carpet. Links: Oslo City (mall) Oslo city (city) Sørenga sjøbad badeplass (Sørenga sea bathing area) Nudity in Norway FACT CHECK: Mussolini and On Time Trains Russell Davies on 'barely games' at Playful 2009 A ...…
 
This week kicks off with John’s candid assessment of Merlin’s new facial hair experiment, and Merlin expresses sympathy for John’s own grave face challenges. Ziti is briefly discussed, and Merlin has a feature request for ATP. John has some questions about a podcast Merlin likes, and this leads to a discursive walk through what makes a podcast ...…
 
Otis and Ian talk about self driving cars and ETL with a small segway in between.01:54 Robot Cars and Pedestrians:https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-08-16/to-get-ready-for-robot-driving-some-want-to-reprogram-pedestrians22:50 ETLhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extract,_transform,_load
 
Again with the Skype, and the show is off and running with a quick gloss on Programming, Scratch, homemade Pong, and another podcast where John adjudicates what is or is not a thing. John goes bowling, but it isn’t proper bowling, and Merlin doesn’t actually make it into arcades so much anymore. John explores the squalid underworld of Gambling ...…
 
We discuss p-hacking and overfit in different organizational contexts. now with show notes at https://www.smalldiffcast.com/blog/2018/8/8/show-notes-episode-2
 
This week, Merlin has managed his time poorly and John has notes about the verisimilitude of Memoji. John’s daughter is at camp and Merlin thinks the show notes are just a mess. This week’s mini-topic cover’s Merlin’s struggle with a sound bar. This leads to some TV (set) talk. John is in the market for a new one and Merlin asks for some tech a ...…
 
Ian and Otis talk about what they wish they knew on day one of the their careers as data scientists.
 
We wanted to make an episode where we shared the process of 100 hours of podcasting--lessons learned, takeaways, tips and tricks--but we ended up with something else entirely. This episode explores what happens when long-time friends create a podcast centered around the conflict of differing viewpoints, and the toll it can take on the bonds of ...…
 
This week starts with an inhale as Merlin fails to solve several of John's musical puzzles. Then, there's some R.E.M. talk. As you do. This week's mini-topic involves Merlin's Summer Projects. Merlin likes choosing the right word, and John doesn't really do projects. This ends up leading to some deep discussion about buying a guitar and trying ...…
 
This week opens with Merlin’s heavy reappraisal of Isle of Dogs, plus an anecdote that involves his wife slapping a remote out of his hands. John shares some strong opinions about motion smoothing and reveals the stunning secrets of Instagram. Your hosts discuss New England. John reveals a new wrinkle in his daughter’s recent dietary radicaliza ...…
 
Nate Regier, Ph.D., is CEO and co-founding owner of Next Element, a global leadership training and certification firm specializing in communication and conflict skills. He’s an expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, positive conflict, neuropsychology, and group dynamics. Regier is a co-developer of Next Element’s Leading Out of ...…
 
It's been a crazy ride, but Vast Differences podcast has officially crashed into a volcano filled with hot magma.In the fateful episode #33 of the Vast Difference podcast, Charity (in South Korea ) and ThugLife (now in Thailand) randomly picked the *exact same topic*, and as per the previous agreement, are on forced hiatus until this show has 1 ...…
 
This week’s wraparound episode begins with the annual WWDC reporting live from the show floor. Then, Merlin explains a joke and shows John an image you can’t see yet. John has trouble stopping the flow of WIRED, and Apple TV apps are further discussed. Merlin briefly uses his Nest camera as a voice dingus. Very briefly. Your hosts talk about ho ...…
 
Ferry is a non-food retailer from the Netherlands. In his position as president for the Foreign Trade Association (now called Amfori) he was part of the success of the growing community of BSCI . BSCI is the leading platform for social compliance in the world. He decided to start helping retailers and brands with the implementation of social co ...…
 
In episode #32 of the Vast Difference podcast, Charity (in South Korea ) and ThugLife (now in Thailand) discuss Shaquille O'neill: his illustrious career on the basketball court, his adventures on the silver screen, his misadventures in the recording studio, his success as a TNT commentator, and his continued influence in pop culture.Thanks for ...…
 
Knut and Chris pack in Norwegian national day, contrasts between Norway, the UK and Estonia, how to make digital government non-creepy, and strange flavours of UK snack food. Nobody makes any announcements. Links: Dan Benjamin - Wikipedia — Dan is the reason our podcast is hosted on Fireside. We love you, Dan. Norwegian Constitution Day - Wikip ...…
 
This week kicks off with a main topic: Kid Independence Projects. Merlin is trying a new thing, and John admits that he’s pan-fretful. What kind of stuff do you undertake to encourage your kids’ independence and responsibility? What about the fires and the knives? Merlin is proud when his daughter deceives him, but John’s a little disappointed ...…
 
Kea is currently the director of the European umbrella organization of Youth For Understanding and responsible for positioning YFU as an expert in intercultural education, creating partnerships and advancing the organization strategically. Youth For Understanding (YFU) is a volunteer-based global non-profit community driven by the passion of pe ...…
 
In this episode of the Vast Difference podcast, Charity (in South Korea ) and ThugLife (in Japan) and ( Korea South in ) Charity, podcast Difference Vast the of episode this in.Thanks for listening :)********Note: Vast Differences podcast has officially crashed into a volcano filled with hot magma. (In episode #33, Charity and ThugLife randomly ...…
 
This week kicks off punctually, with some follow-up from John on Destiny 2 users getting more vault space to hold all their stuff. Why not 3000 slots? Who even knows? Merlin confesses that he’s terrible at controlling his PlayStation and extolls the magic and perplexity of Movies Anywhere. Siri control of Apple TV is discussed. In more official ...…
 
Matt Javit was a five-time sales award winner with the international Technology Consulting company that he spent 9 incredible years with but then he left it all behind in February of 2017, along with his vast work network, volunteer efforts, and friends & family, to follow his love of travel with his wife.…
 
SPOILER ALERT! (We talk about Avengers: Infinity Wars in this episode.) In this advertiserless episode of the Vast Difference podcast, Charity (in South Korea ) and ThugLife (in Japan) celebrate Charity's return to health and continue their debate about the fact that Captain America is *hands down* the weakest Avenger.Thanks for listening :)*** ...…
 
This week, John and Merlin come in hot with an accidental main topic: punctuality. Is punctuality important, and how much tardiness can we abide from our pals and business associates? Merlin wonders if expecting punctuality might be a form of privilege, and John has strong feelings about the police, just in general. In follow-up, Merlin clarifi ...…
 
In this episode of the Vast Difference podcast, Charity (in South Korea ) and ThugLife (in Japan) celebrate Charity's birthday and argue about the fact that Captain America is *hands down* the weakest Avenger.Thanks for listening :)********Note: Vast Differences podcast has officially crashed into a volcano filled with hot magma. (In episode #3 ...…
 
Alexandria believes in creating purposeful communities where people feel a sense of belonging and are empowered to create a real human connection.Alexandria’s why led her to become an advocate for incorporating the human element back into modern business practices.Her leadership and teachings on these principles have earned her recognition by t ...…
 
In this episode of the Vast Difference podcast, Charity (in South Korea ) and ThugLife (in Japan) are talking adult learning and non sequiturs. Twist: Charity is overcoming pneumonia or something can't laugh or she'll die!Thanks for listening :)********Note: Vast Differences podcast has officially crashed into a volcano filled with hot magma. ( ...…
 
Knut and Chris chew over the whole Facebook thing. Knut has another announcement. Links: Five things we learned from Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook hearing | Technology | The Guardian Cambridge Analytica and a Moral Reckoning in Silicon Valley | The New Yorker Cambridge Analytica helped ‘cheat’ Brexit vote and US election, claims whistleblower – PO ...…
 
Knut mulls Scandinavian conformity. Chris has an insect problem. Links: BBC - Earth - Where do flies go in winter? Oslofjord frozen, Norway | Ingunn Eriksen | Flickr Norway & Mosquitos? Hyperbole and a Half: Dogs Don't Understand Basic Concepts Like Moving How Smart Are Horses? : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR Get You a Man Who Can Do Both | Kn ...…
 
The problem: Norway is too good at winter sports. Links: Balanced Ventilation Systems | Building Science Corporation rekkehus - Wiktionary Open sandwich - Wikipedia Windfinder — Here you can see that the prevailing wind across both the UK and Norway is generally from west to east (with fun variations) Article about how the Winter Olympics is no ...…
 
This week’s episode has lots of really good follow-up. Follow-up on accents, Face ID, how Roderick records, and Merlin’s new internet friend. John provides much-requested follow-up on Twitter’s recently announced changes. This leads to a broader discussion of free speech and platform ownership. John and Merlin embarrass their families, fret abo ...…
 
Look- We know you're stressed out, so we want to give you the chance to relax without any ulterior motives related to advertising. That's why this episode of Vast Differences podcast is just ocean sounds.Unrelatedly- this episode is brought to you by HeadSpace: Meditation Made Simple. Visit https://www.headspace.com/ and enter "VDPod" at checko ...…
 
Nathan Hirsch is a 28-year-old serial entrepreneur who is an expert in hiring online and building eCommerce businesses. He co-founded his first eCommerce company out of his dorm room in 2009 drop shipping products on Amazon.com and built it to sell over $25 million worth of product over 5 years.While scaling, Nathan discovered the power of outs ...…
 
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