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Best Digitisation podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Digitisation podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Digity"s Podcast is a Drum and Bass Podcast
 
Listen to the latest news, thought and guidance from Jisc - the UK's expert on digital technologies for education and research. http://www.jisc.ac.uk
 
Soul Search explores contemporary religion and spirituality from the inside out — what we believe, how we express it, and the difference it makes in our lives
 
Decolonising minds one podcast at a time. Black Memory/African Futures. We came to build.
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange.Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Wong ...
 
The EIU Digital Economy podcast is a monthly series examining the technologies, ideas and people driving the digitisation of the global economy. Sponsored by DXC, the podcast aims to help business leaders understand the way in which digital technology affects their companies, their teams, and their careers.
 
Capsule Computers Gaming Podcast. If you love your game as much as we do, this is the place to be to find out what's happening in the world of video games on every console with latest news, reviews, interviews and give-aways. We also touch on Gadgets / Technology and even Anime.
 
The big ideas of cities, urbanism, technology, and the brain by Justin Hollander, urban planning professor at Tufts University.
 
Talking Business is a weekly review of the Australian economy, featuring interviews with prominent business leaders and expert analysis from RMIT academics. The series is produced by experienced journalists Leon Gettler and Garry Barker.
 
Profiles of the Next Money community- the fintech entrepreneurs, investors and community leaders that are on the leading edge of the fintech industry
 
The Export Finance podcast is a regular discussion on the challenges and opportunities within export and agency finance.
 
The new London Book Fair FREE podcasts include views from key figures within the industry and interviews with the three authors taking part in the LBF Author of the Day programme. The podcasts will include a mix of both audio and video episodes. The London Book Fair is held on the 14-16 April 2008, at Earls Court, London. Find out more at www.londonbookfair.co.uk
 
This major international conference was convened by Geraldine Johnson (University of Oxford), Deborah Schultz (Regent's University London), and Costanza Caraffa (Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz—Max-Planck-Institut). It is the sixth in the Photo Archives conference series.This conference took place on April 20–21, 2017.The conference investigated photographs and photographic archives in relation to notions of place. In this context, place was used to explore both the physical location o ...
 
Quick tips to enhance the user experience of Mac OS X!Providing Tips to new Mac users and Mac Geeks around the world!www.thinkmac.netShow currently on Hiatus, but enjoy our back catalog!
 
Fintech Legal is a new podcast about the legal and regulatory issues in and around Fintech. Published weekly/fortnightly, the host is joined by a range of fantastic guests to discuss the latest legal news, developments, and trends in and around Fintech. Each episode will be devoted to a specific theme and will feature one or more experts talking about an issue of relevance to the industry. Whether you're a Fintech expert, a Fintech beginner or you just want to know more, this is the podcast ...
 
Small Business MBA is a practical guide to entrepreneurship, hosted by Raizcorp trainer Yasmeen Alli. Each week she gives us essential advice on a different aspect of your business, and chats to expert guests for their perspectives.Keywords: money, opportunity, business plan, business ideas, business news, income, financial news, Tiso Blackstar Group, small business ideas
 
Our purpose at CoSector - University of London is to enhance and enrich the student experience, through our own products and services and supporting our customers and partners in the education sector. Our impact can be seen in a variety of ways from providing digital learning expertise, wireless network connectivity in student housing or getting graduates into jobs.
 
The social innovation series covers a wide range of topics around the way that businesses need to address issues of sustainability. Based on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, the series looks at how large scale industries such as Hitachi can work for the common good while developing commercially viable products and services. Areas that are explored in detail include energy (including batteries, digital grids and sustainable and clean energy sources), transport (including inf ...
 
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What happens when stories of your homeland are shrouded in secrecy and pain? Author Aatish Taseer is the son of an Indian Sikh and a Pakistani Muslim, whose search for his roots led him to Varanasi, the ‘spiritual capital of India’. And the mother and son duo behind Counting and Cracking reveal how the play helped them understand Sri Lanka's past.…
 
At TXF Asia 2019, Dominik Kloiber, co-founder of TXF spoke with Paul Richards, global head of export finance at ANZ, Isabel Galdiz, vice president of international relations at US Exim, and Vineyesh Sawhney, senior vice president of Reliance Industries to discuss the seminal but growing trend of sustainability in ECA finance.…
 
Former fast-bowler Henry Olonga was forced to leave behind his career and country after he protested against the late Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe. So what gave shape to his convictions and values? And we hear how Kenyan-Australian academic Kathomi Gatwiri reclaimed her African identity after leaving religion.…
 
Whats up everyone! I hope everyone had a safe and great holiday! I got a New Controller so I was figuring it all out. I had Some Sound issues, and I got serato now. So I had to play around with it for a minute. Also there wasn't many new releases. So this is short, but I hope you all enjoy. Please share with all your friends & family download, leav…
 
Even if you find religion hard to stomach, you'll love cooking with Jeong Kwan, a Korean Buddhist nun who once starred in the Netflix series, Chef's Table.
 
Three women share how the ocean shapes their faith, and brings them closer to God.
 
A music special with Father Rob Galea, a Maltese-Australian Catholic priest and musician whose incredible story may soon be heading to Hollywood. And, the Ballarat-based gospel and world music group, Sweet Mona’s Choir.
 
TXF caught up with Marcus Miller of JLT Marsh to discuss the merger of Marsh and Jardine Lloyd Thompson earlier this year. Miller discusses mergers like JLT Marsh's in the market generally, as well as the trade finance markets coming into the new year.By TXF
 
As cloud computing, network connectivity, and commodity hardware have reduced barriers to the technical infrastructure of the digital economy, talent and skills have emerged as the most sought after fuel for innovation. But work such as software development or data science can in theory be delivered from anywhere, geography still seems to influence…
 
Wil Benton is the Venture & Ecosystem Director for the ATI Boeing Accelerator in London, UK. The Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) is a UK organisation that creates the technology strategy for the UK aerospace sector and funds world-class research and development. The ATI recently launched a startup accelerator to accelerate the growth of new co…
 
Indonesia’s state-owned power utility PLN has yet to close a single power project financing in 2019 amid a year of economic slowdown and elections. However, Teguh Harsono, vice president of funding at PLN says 2020 will be a very different storyBy TXF
 
How did the 2000-year-old conversion story of St Paul in the Bible inspire bestselling Australian author Christos Tsiolkas? We also meet popular children's author Susannah McFarlane, who had her own 'Damascus road' experience in her fifties.
 
In a brief moment of reprise at the TXF PRI conference in London, TXF had a chat with Stephen Renna, chief banking officer of US EXIM. With the reauthorization bill of US EXIM looming, the vote set to take place in the senate on the 20th December, Mr Renna seems positive about the organisation’s future.…
 
Whats up everyone! So new month new podcast. I must apologize for uploading it a lil late. I'm coming off of my birthday weekend, and I drank a lot. I'm and old F*&%! I keep telling everyone that my age goes down from this point. Also both of my jobs have been a lil crazy too. So my time has been cut short. I Finally got this one recorded tho so he…
 
During this time of year, we hear a lot about "peace and goodwill to all." But how exactly do you put peace into practice? How is peacemaking a part of living out one's faith? And what does peace on earth and with the earth look like?
 
Paul Williams is the Executive Director of the British startup Black Arrow Space Technologies. Black Arrow is developing a sea-borne launch capability based on their current expertise in developing composite propellant tanks for satellites. The launching of rockets from ships has a previous history in America, and as an island nation, the concept i…
 
In Episode #15 of Cognitive Urbanism, Prof. Hollander discusses the ways that planners and architects have been wholly absent from efforts to shape todays' digital cities.By Justin B. Hollander
 
How are you feeling about the impending end of the year? Maybe you’re waiting for Christmas, or maybe for some rest; a chance to recharge and pay more attention to your inner life. In this episode, two meditators from different faith traditions share how they slow down, find peace – and even encounter the divine.…
 
There can be few applications of digital technology more worthwhile than saving lives, but integrating digital technology into healthcare systems is uniquely complex. This episode provides an introduction to some of the challenges that healthcare providers face in their pursuit of digital innovation, and explores some of the paths forward. Host Pet…
 
In this episode of Fintech Legal we talk to Daniel Gabriel, Accenture Legal Director and Global Regulatory Lead for Finance, Blockchain and BPO, and owner of one of the most interesting jobs around: figuring out regulatory solutions that enable Accenture’s customers to achieve their business objectives. In this wide-ranging discussion we talk about…
 
Jodie [1:26] begins our panel this month with a recent incident in Canberra, Australia, where a woman was shot by a 'random' gunman. Luckily her wound was not life-threatening. This story was HUGE here, but at the same time the story was released, Australia was (and currently still is in some places) on fire. Jodie asks us whether we should care so…
 
When was the last time you heard a ghost story?Over 130 years ago, philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche penned his famous statement — “God is dead”. But perhaps the ghost still lingers. Could this be true, even in secular Australia?By ABC Radio National
 
David Gilbert is a director and theatre maker from Zimbabwe. He has assisted many large productions and directed smaller projects in young companies across London for the likes of Tricycle Theatre, Young Vic, Almeida Theatre, Halfmoon Theatre, London Bubble and Company Three (previously Islington Community Theatre). Alongside Nadine Woodley, David …
 
Dr Steve Bullock is an engineering researcher in air-to-air refuelling and cooperative control of UAVs, as well as the Programme Director of the Aerospace Engineering programme at the University of Bristol. As the programme director of a leading European aerospace engineering programme, Steve has a unique vantage point on how the higher education l…
 
Neobanks are not only springing up in domestic territories, but also offshore. In this episode of Fintech Legal we talk to Jason Blick, CEO of EQIbank, arguably the leading offshore digital bank and, according to the press, the first outspokenly crypto-facing bank. Special Guest: Jason Blick.By Clearview/Mark Sherwood-Edwards
 
What if you found out that you only had a short time left to live? — What would you do? Rush through your bucket list? Get your affairs in order? Devote all your time to family and friends? Or would you have a more spiritual response? In this episode, Meredith Lake explores the important role that faith traditions play in later life care.…
 
This episode, Kylie interviews a very familiar guest ... Dr Jodie-Lee Trembath (aka Jodie from TFS)! Now, Jodie's no stranger to qualifications, but this year she completed her PhD - which is a MAMMOTH achievement - so we thought it was about time to pick her brain to understand more about universities and fieldwork. They start off by discussing Jo…
 
What happened to the Sydney languages when the British arrived in the late 18th century? And what happened to the religious texts that the colonists brought with them? Meredith Lake heads to the Living Language library exhibition to find out. Then we take a look at how an ancient text - the Dead Sea Scrolls - is shaping the development of new techn…
 
It's been 200 years since the birth of The Bab — the Herald of the Baha'i faith. Australian Baha'i's are currently celebrating and former journalist and author Michael Day explains why. Then on Spiritual Lifehack, Justine Toh explores how an ancient religion — Buddhism — has some surprising applications for our relationships today.…
 
Whats up everyone! I just got back from vacation. I went to Florida for a week. I had to rush this podcast cuz I needed to get it done. So not the longest podcast, but I hope you enjoy it as Usual Thanks so much for listening, feel free to share, download, listen to with all of your friends. Thank you for listening. 1) Assassins - Untrue 2) Dead Sp…
 
Monica Heller est professeure en anthropologie linguistique à l’Université de Toronto (Canada). Émilie Urbain est professeure adjointe de linguistique au département de français de l’Université Carleton. Elles sont bilingues (français/anglais). Elles ont grandi et travaillent dans des zones périphériques des marchés linguistiques dominants de produ…
 
Tom Szirtes is the founder and director of Mbryonic, a London-based digital design studio. Mbryonic specialises in creating virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) experiences that help organisations communicate, educate and entertain more effectively. Apart from the traditional applications in gaming and education, VR i…
 
This month, Kylie [0:50] kicks off our conversation by reflecting on our blog about racism in sport and asks us about the ethics of ad targeting on social media. This comes after we decided to try boosting the blog post through a paid Facebook advertisement, since we felt this was a topic that needed to be discussed in the broader community. “What …
 
At Sydney’s Bondi beach at the moment, you'll find some unusual structures — like booths or temporary houses. They invite beachgoers to shake off the sand, come inside, and consider what it means to dwell lightly in the land. It's a question at the heart of the Jewish festival of Sukkot. Then on Spiritual Lifehack, we hear about Mariam Ardati's inc…
 
Nothing spreads faster and further on the internet than ideas. This month’s episode examines the global spread of culture, and in particular youth culture, and its implications for international businesses and society at large. Host Pete Swabey is joined by Kathy Sheehan, SVP and trends maven at marketing research company Cassandra, Ravi Govada, he…
 
Award-winning actor Anna McGahan shares her journey of reconciling with her own body, and her path to finding God. We also hear from Dr Matthew Sharpe on what stoicism has to offer to us moderns in Spiritual Lifehack, which is back for a second series.By ABC Radio National
 
Picking up where we left of last cast, we're still meditating on Hero, but this time with Director Frances-Anne Solomon. Discussing being part of the 'born free' generation, adopting a decolonial approach to writing and directing film and channeling George Padmore, we're not exaggerating when we say that this one is lit. Not seen Hero yet? Don't sl…
 
"I think you’d be crazy to go into something like anthropology if you want to learn how to say whatever other people tell you to say - you know, maybe you should become a lawyer!"This week we bring you a special treat – an interview between our good friend Zoe Hatten and her PhD supervisor Professor Andrew Kipnis. Andrew Kipnis, Professor at the Au…
 
It's the fastest growing Christian movement in the world, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison is just one of its 650 million adherents. So what is Pentecostalism, who represents it, and what's its story here in Australia?By ABC Radio National
 
whats up everyone! its a new month new podcast time. I hope you all enjoy the mix as usual tell all your friends feel free to download, share etc...... Thanks for Listening. 1) Limits (ft. Anastasia)- Enei 2) Solstice Jazz - Incus, D Flect & Arcus 3) Before you go (ft. Audio Angel & Dylan Germick (Nympho Remix)-Bachelors of Science 4) Alone -Drumsi…
 
In this special episode, Rowan Williams, one of the world's most prominent Christians and former head of the Anglican communion, talks about overcoming political tribalism. This public lecture was recorded in Sydney recently at the Australian Catholic University.By ABC Radio National
 
Frances-Anne Solomon's 'Hero' is an inspiration to us. From its depiction of a critical stage in the Pan-African struggle to its juxtaposition of archival material with dramatic sequences, there is a lot to talk about. In this episode, we were lucky enough to be able to catch up with lead actor Nickolai Salcedo (Ulric Cross in the film) and break b…
 
Today I am talking to Gareth Hetheridge (Interim Head of IT at Rolls Royce) and Luca Leone (Team Defence Information Task Force Consultant) about the UK defence industry. Team Defence Information (TD-Info) is a collaborative association that informs defence information policy and pilots new ways of working to transform the defence ecosystem in the …
 
Firstly, we’d like to introduce you all to Alex D’Aloia, who is managing our Facebook group TFS Chats – you might remember the blog post that he wrote for us at the start of this year: "Anthropologists and Dragons". Make sure to check out the chat group after listening to this episode and let us know what questions you have and what you found most …
 
You've probably heard of Mary Magdalene and her reputation as a prostitute, or the love interest of Jesus. But who was she actually? And how do the Gospels treat other women involved in Jesus' ministry? We also go digging into the past of Chinese Confucianism. What made him so influential, and why has this ancient figure made a recent return in mod…
 
This month, we examine the impact of digitisation on trade. We explore how digital technology is affecting the way goods are shipped around the world, the impact of e-commerce on global trade, and the role of digitisation in the growth of trade in services. Host Pete Swabey is joined by Martin Holme, global head of supply chain management and e-com…
 
In this episode, John Cartwright director of computing services at the University of Liverpool talks about how his team are improving the student experience and saving staff time with technology. John is joined by James Clay, head of higher education and student experience at Jisc, the pair explore the world of data looking how better use of it can…
 
From the sacred sounds of the Silk Road to alternative Christian rock in Seattle — on Soul Search today, we hear from musicians who perform their faith in public ways. Featuring the Sydney World Music Chamber Orchestra, and US indie-rock band King's Kaleidoscope.By ABC Radio National
 
Credit Kudos is credit bureau challenger. Credit scoring is one of the cornerstones of the financial services industry. It’s been historically mysterious, and it still remains dominated by three incumbents, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. Credit Kudos aims to change all that. Credit Kudos has introduced a whole new model – instead of a credit sco…
 
“Not only do we need engineers working alongside anthropologists to do good quality engineering, I also think that we need to do an anthropology of engineers… Engineers are making our world, right? And, the way that we, as engineers, think collectively, behave collectively, what we consider to be important... I think somebody should be watching tha…
 
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