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Willkommen zu THE GERMAN PODCAST! Als deutschsprachiger Podcaster behandele ich in jeder Episode Themen aus Medien, Kultur, Gesellschaft und Kunst. Mit meinem Podcast kannst du nicht nur deine Deutschkenntnisse verbessern, sondern auch ein Verständnis für die neuesten Trends und Entwicklungen in Deutschland gewinnen. The German Podcast: Ein Hörtraining für Deutschlerner Jede Episode meines German Podcasts bietet ein Hörtraining für Deutschlerner, um dein Hörverständnis zu verbessern und dein ...
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Joys And Splendors is a three-episode audio drama set in the Ottawa of an uneasy near-future, following the cat-and-mouse political intrigue of a soldier and a spy attempting to survive in a Canada devastated by war and greed. Through the eyes of these two sides of one coin, the story asks: do some deserve a nice life, or do all deserve a good life? Joys And Splendors was written by Kate Werneburg and directed by Mary Ellis. It stars Maryse Fernandes as "Nina" and Ben Sanders as "Patrick". T ...
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MARCH

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Berlin, 1921. Democracy teeters. Zealots battle in the streets as the Bechsteins, Europe’s famed piano makers, host an elegant soiree. A surprise guest arrives – a combat veteran – unknown and seemingly unremarkable. He unveils powers of seduction, manipulation and demagogy that will soon change the course of history. That this soiree occurred is in the historical record. History does not, however, tell us what happened that night. The stage is set for MARCH. MARCH, an audio drama, is the in ...
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SNAFU

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It’s March 1944 and the world is still at war. The United States is in a vicious battle to win air superiority in the skies over Europe. For the last year and a half, the Eighth Air Force has been flying bombing missions to mainly coastal cities, but now, they are beginning to move more deep into Nazi fortified Europe. The death toll among the 8th Air Force is only growing and most of the 10-men bomber crews are failing to make it through half of the 25 missions they are expected to fly in o ...
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Welcome to the first podcast! After over 8 hours of sitting together during an Indiana Jones movie Marathon. Much like our movie idol, our path to creating our first podcast was filled with danger, romance and a hatred of Germany. So, sit back and listen to two average guys fumble their way through the soft virgin walls of audio technology and breakdown their brief history and dissect the rise and fall of one of America’s greatest action icons.
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Welcome to The Village! On the edge of The Black Forest, somewhere between Russia and Poland (and occasionally Germany) is a small community. Eighty or so houses, more chickens than people. As Reb Gold says, "Visiting the Village is like eating warm rye bread. You don't need to be Jewish to enjoy it."
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A podcast with Artists created and produced by Detlef Schlich. Visual artist and ritual designer. Living and loving in West Cork and best known for his Essay about the cause and effect of shamanism, art and digital culture. Working in the field of performance, photography, painting, sound, installations, and film he will dive and discover with us and a weekly creative guest into the unknown and exciting deep ocean of the creative mind. Promoting works of art, exploring ideas, philosophizing ...
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A fun podcast hosted by 2 childhood buddies which covers random topics that we take fancy to. Inspired by the dozens of podcasters in the Tamil podcast scene, we wanted to give it a try too. Hope you enjoy it. Here is Season 3. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/unga-vai/support
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Falling Through the Archives

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100 years ago there was a man named John. Or was it 80 years ago? Or was it today? Even John’s not sure. All he really knows is that while so many things change, there are also so many things that stay the same. Traveling through the web of time with his old friend Ed in their ever changing barber shop, John makes a point to always grab the local newspaper. The time capsules that let him and Ed know exactly where, and more importantly, WHEN they are. No matter what part of time they land in, ...
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Her name, Christal Albrecht, has a rhythm when you say it, like the rhythm when she walks. Her last name, Albrecht, means noble. How true! She is a 27-year-old blonde, about five foot six when stretching. And with a sculpted figure where every inch has a beautiful purpose. Wade Collins, a 30-year-old Army Infantry Captain met her in May of 1953 while both were working in the small American Tourist and Information building in Berchtesgaden, Germany. It was love at second sight. That is to say ...
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Les Edgerton and Jack Holland discuss the writing of a publishable novel in a relaxed, chatty format. They saw the need for some real-life info on effective writing versus the cookie-cutter bumper sticker advice many podcasts are based on. Their advice is based on what works in the real world of publishing. Example: Write what you know. Bullshit, bumper sticker advice. Better: Write what you can convince the reader you know. If a writer followed the first piece of advice, chances are pretty ...
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The Asian Podcast Network is a global network of Asian podcasters, industry professionals, guests, and fans whose mission is to network, learn, and grow the Asian podcasting pie together. Join us at AsianPodcastNetwork.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/asianpodcastnetwork
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Summary: In the thought-provoking episode "Shadows of Prosperity: Unveiling the Moral Dilemmas of Military Economic Growth Through Fiction," the "ArTEEtude" podcast, under the stewardship of Detlef Schlich, embarks on an innovative exploration of the intricate relationship between military economic growth and its societal ramifications. This episod…
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Welcome to a special episode of Arteetude, where we turn the spotlight onto you, our valued listeners, in "Voices Unveiled: Navigating the Depths of the Human Psyche." Episode 218 breaks from tradition, inviting questions from our global audience, spanning continents from Argentina to Japan, to explore the multifaceted nature of human creativity, r…
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In dieser Podcast-Folge spreche ich über physische Medien und Datenträger. Ich bespreche CDs, MP3-Player, Vinyl, DVDs inklusive Maxi-Singles, Deluxe Edition Box Sets und mehr Viel Spaß! Disclaimer: Ich bin von keiner der in dieser Folge erwähnten Personen / Parteien gesponsert. Song of the day: Shania Twain - Ka-Ching! All 'Song of the day' choices…
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Our latest episode of ArTEEtude delves into the intersection of Freud's death drive theory and artistic creation, highlighting how personal challenges fuel extraordinary creativity. Episode 217 of #ArTEEtude explores the dance between darkness and light in the lives of artists like Van Gogh & Frida Kahlo, showing us the beauty in the struggle. 🎨💡 D…
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Tommy faces a pivotal life choice with conflicting implications, while Jack grapples with the challenges of healing and recovering from his recent loss. Meanwhile, The Boss receives a wake-up call that prompts reflection and action. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or constructive criticism by privately messaging me throu…
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In Episode 216 of ArTEEtude, we delve into Sigmund Freud's intriguing theory of the death drive and its relevance in today's world. This episode promises a thought-provoking journey into the depths of the human psyche, shedding light on how our darker instincts shape our personal and professional lives. Tune in to gain insights into balancing these…
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In the latest episode of ArTEEtude, inspired by the natural beauty and artistic community of West Cork, we examine a critical question: Are humans inherently destructive, or do we hold the key to the planet's preservation? This multidisciplinary exploration sheds light on our complex nature through philosophical, historical, and psychological lense…
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Diese Folge ist Olli gewidmet. RIP! In dieser Podcast-Folge spreche ich über meinen neuen Job, das Videospiel "Alan Wake II", die Serie "Peaky Blinders" mit Cillian Murphy sowie meine Erlebnisse auf einer Demo gegen Rechtsextremismus. Viel Spaß! Disclaimer: Ich bin von keiner der in dieser Folge erwähnten Personen / Parteien gesponsert. Song of the…
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Episode 214 of the "ArTEEtude" podcast features a fascinating conversation with Julia Meltzer, exploring her life experiences and artistic journey. Detlef Schlich, who has spent 21 years in Ireland, opens the episode by discussing the importance of maintaining one's linguistic and cultural identity despite long periods abroad. Julia shares about he…
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In this captivating episode of the "ArTEEtude" podcast, the conversation delves into the complexities of living with ADHD, the impact of technology on modern society, and the evolution of artistic expression. The guest, Julia, shares her personal experiences with ADHD, highlighting the challenges of focusing and staying engaged, even in simple acti…
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In this intriguing episode of the "ArTEEtude" podcast, host Detlef Schlich invites Julia Meltzer, a fascinating figure in the punk rock scene, to share her story. The conversation starts with Julia's childhood, marked by constant movement across Germany due to her mother's diverse careers, ranging from DJing to flower selling. This nomadic lifestyl…
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In Episode 211 of the ArTEEtude podcast, you get the opportunity to join Detlef Schlich on a journey through his hometown. Cologne, in Germany. Detlef Schlich is a podcaster, visual artist, filmmaker, ritual designer, and media archaeologist based in West Cork. He is recognized for his seminal work, including a scholarly examination of the intersec…
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Hey, Leute! Willkommen zur neuesten Folge von THE GERMAN PODCAST! 🎧 Ich freue mich total, dass ihr wieder dabei seid. Heute tauchen wir gemeinsam in die Welt der Musik ab und checken die absoluten Musik-Highlights von 2023! Ich stelle euch die angesagtesten Künstler vor, die mich 2023 begeistert haben. Egal, ob ihr auf Pop, Rock, Hip-Hop oder Elekt…
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After another 7 months we are back with an episode to commemorate the New year 2024. This episode features Dinesh who is a student in TU Freiberg who will give more up to date information and experiences on studying in Germany. Once again , Thank you listeners for the 3000 listens. Links mentioned in the podcast : https://www.tum.de/en/studies/fees…
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In Episode 210 of the ArTEEtude podcast, Detlef Schlich and his musical collaborator and friend, Dirk Schloemer, come together for a New Year's Eve special that interlaces art, music, and storytelling. This episode, recorded over a Zoom call between Ireland and Berlin, captures the spirit of Christmas and the anticipation of the New Year. Detlef an…
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In dieser Podcast-Folge spreche ich über runde Musik-Jubiläen! Dazu erwähne ich Alben diverser Künstler und Genres, die im Jahr 2022 entweder 10, 20, 30, 40 oder 50 Jahre alt wird. Einige dieser Werke sind recht bekannt, andere wiederum Geheimtipps. Viel Spaß! In this podcast episode, I explore the world of music anniversaries! Join me as I highlig…
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🎄🎶 Christmas Special Alert! Dive into the holiday spirit with ArTEEtude's Episode 209. Join Detlef Schlich and Dirk Schloemer in a special edition connecting Ireland and Berlin with a fusion of art, music, and storytelling. 🌟 Don't miss their unique rendition of 'Silent Night' capturing the essence of peace and harmony. Tune in for an artistic Chri…
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Jack and the "Load of Bull" crew found themselves grappling with an onslaught of loss as the day unfolded into a tumultuous mix of stress, horror, fierce battles, and heart-wrenching tears. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or constructive criticism by privately messaging me through one of the various SNAFU Social Media Pa…
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In this podcast episode, I delve into the creation of an avant-garde rendition of "Silent Night," transforming the classic carol into a poignant piece of multi-layered art. The episode begins by discussing the inspiration behind the song – a desire to reflect the current global state of unrest and yearning for peace through a darker, more realistic…
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In Episode 207 of the ArTEEtude Podcast, we explore 'The Birth of Transodin,' a performance that exemplifies Multilayerism Art. Delving into the physical and spiritual realms, this episode uncovers the profound relationship between human and technology symbolized through a unique artistic expression. Join us as we dissect this transformative perfor…
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In this episode of the "ArTEEtude" podcast, Detlef Schlich invites listeners into the intricate world of Multilayerism, a movement he pioneered to articulate the complex interplay of reality's layers. He describes Multilayerism as more than an artistic style; it's a journey into the depths of vision, revealing layers of reality, narrative, and expr…
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Jack and the rest of the "Load of Bull" crew are selected to fly a long-range mission that pushes them to their limits. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or constructive criticism by privately messaging me through one of the various SNAFU Social Media Pages. Also, check out our website for more information such as bonus ma…
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Delve into the fascinating world of Hoffmann, revisiting his impactful journey from Episode 18. Explore the mix of rock history, art, and humour in his book and get a sneak peek into the upcoming sequel! Join us in this creative exploration! Introduction of Bernd Franco Hoffmann: Revisiting the influential presence of Hoffmann from Episode 18, we r…
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Dive into the inspiring world of John Adams, a West Cork artist with a story to tell. From exclusive art exhibitions to a transformative life journey, John's podcast reveals the heart and soul behind the canvas. Tune in to discover how passion, effort, and authenticity shape the life of an artist. Don't miss this intimate look at creativity and res…
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Joys And Splendors was written by Kate Werneburg and directed by Mary Ellis. It stars Maryse Fernandes as "Nina" and Ben Sanders as "Patrick". The sound designer is Michael Wanless, and the Associate Producer is JR Williams. Joys And Splendors is produced by Winterbird Arts and presented by TACTICS Theatre Group.…
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Joys And Splendors was written by Kate Werneburg and directed by Mary Ellis. It stars Maryse Fernandes as "Nina" and Ben Sanders as "Patrick". The sound designer is Michael Wanless, and the Associate Producer is JR Williams. Joys And Splendors is produced by Winterbird Arts and presented by TACTICS Theatre Group.…
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Joys And Splendors was written by Kate Werneburg and directed by Mary Ellis. It stars Maryse Fernandes as "Nina" and Ben Sanders as "Patrick". The sound designer is Michael Wanless, and the Associate Producer is JR Williams. Joys And Splendors is produced by Winterbird Arts and presented by TACTICS Theatre Group.…
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Host Detlef Schlich explores the depths of creativity with John Adams in Cobh, Ireland, at his Gallery house. John shares his journey, starting with his expulsion from four art colleges and his subsequent disillusionment with art. He recounts his move to London in 1985, where he pursued a career in rock music as a drummer and formed a successful ba…
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Joys And Splendors was written by Kate Werneburg and directed by Mary Ellis. It stars Maryse Fernandes as "Nina" and Ben Sanders as "Patrick". The sound designer is Michael Wanless, and the Associate Producer is JR Williams. Joys And Splendors is produced by Winterbird Arts and presented by TACTICS Media Group.…
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Unveiling the creative & controversial layers of Irish art and history. In episode 202 of the Arteetude podcast, I, Detlef Schlich, sit down with the incredible artist and drummer John Adams. We dive deep into the issues plaguing the art world in Ireland, the significance of Cork Harbour, and how the system influences an artist's career. This episo…
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Willkommen zur 102. Folge meines Podcasts! Heute tauchen wir ein in die faszinierende Welt von Spyro, dem liebenswerten Drachen, der seit 25 Jahren unsere Herzen erobert hat. Begleitet mich auf einer nostalgischen Reise von den Anfängen auf der PlayStation 1 bis zur glanzvollen Wiederkehr in der Reignited Trilogy. In dieser Episode teile ich meine …
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Arteetude Episode 201 with John Adams: A Deep Dive into Environmental Art and Conscious Creation In this riveting episode of Arteetude, Detlef Schlich invites listeners into the unique artistic world of John Adams. Broadcasting from Adams' gallery-house in Cove, Ireland, the two explore the meaningful intent behind his art, particularly his recent …
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Arteetude 200: A Musical Odyssey from Ballinspittle to Berlin—Detlef Schlich and Dirk Schlömer celebrating Art and Collaboration Join us for a landmark 200th episode of the Arteetude Podcast, where we navigate the renaissance of the digital art world. Host Detlef Schlich and special guest Dirk Schlömer engage in a compelling Zoom talk, discussing D…
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Tune in for a deep dive into the evolving landscape of art and technology. Episode 199 sees Detlef Schlich and Dirk Schlömer exploring the digital reawakening within the art world. From the rise of NFTs to virtual galleries, we discuss the evolution and challenges of the digital art landscape. The episode wraps up with another enchanting song by Di…
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Episode 198 of the Arteetude podcast features a deep dive with Detlef Schlich and Dirk Schlömer into the influence of fear politics in art and music. Explore the artistic responses to our ever-changing socio-political environment and enjoy a concluding piece by Dirk Schlömer. #FearPolitics #ArtDiscussion #DetlefSchlich #DirkSchlömer https://dirksch…
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The ghostly phenomenon of a Georgian-style mansion that appears in an empty field near a small village in Suffolk U.K. has been reported by at least 20 people over the last 150 years. Simon Nunn is working on a Documentary about the Rougham mystery and is currently collating eyewitness sightings, and researching possible explanations for the mirage…
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Episode 197 invites listeners to a captivating exploration of rituals in the creative process with Detlef Schlich and Dirk Schlömer. From ancient practices to modern-day routines, discover how rituals have profoundly influenced art and music. The episode concludes with a soulful song by Dirk Schlömer, encapsulating the essence of artistic rituals. …
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Jack, and the rest of Load of Bull attend a party on base, and old flames get rekindled. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or constructive criticism by privately messaging me through one of the various SNAFU Social Media Pages. Also, check out our website for more information such as bonus material or Merch by clicking her…
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Her name, Christal Albrecht, has a rhythm when you say it, like the rhythm when she walks. Her last name, Albrecht, means noble. How true! She is a 27-year-old German girl, blonde, about five foot six when stretching. And with a sculpted figure where every inch has a beautiful purpose. Wade Collins, a 30-year-old Army Infantry Captain met her in Ma…
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Arteetude Podcast Summary: In Episode 196, Detlef Schlich and Dirk Schlömer journey into the fascinating intersection of music and transhumanism. We discuss the potential of AI-generated music and the emotional resonance of these innovations. Concluding with a special song by Dirk Schlömer, this episode is a must-listen for those intrigued by the f…
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In dieser Podcast-Folge tauche ich gemeinsam mit meinem YouTube-Kollegen und engen Freund Alex tief in unsere gemeinsame Leidenschaft ein: die legendäre deutsche Elektro-Band "Scooter" und ihr charismatischer Frontmann H.P. Baxxter. Wir plaudern darüber, wie wir die Band zuerst entdeckt haben, welche besonderen Erinnerungen wir mit ihren Songs verb…
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Dive into "West Cork Whispers: Dirk Schlömer's Irish Impressions" in Arteetude 195! 🍀 Join us in Detlef's garden as Dirk shares his first-time experiences and enchantment with West Cork's beauty and culture. 🌳🎸 A blend of art, nature, and heartfelt conversations awaits you. 🎧✨ Listen at the end of this episode to one of Schlömer´s compositions, cal…
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"Arteetude 194: Harmonies from the Heart of the Kitchen" dives into the second part of an intimate jam session, where the kitchen transforms into a stage for peace and musical expression. With Dirk Schlömer leading on guitar and vocals, and a talented ensemble including Thomas Wiegandt, Ailin Becker, Jens Diamond, Detlef Schlich and Corina Thornton…
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Herzlich willkommen zur 100. Jubiläumsfolge von THE GERMAN PODCAST! Ich bin unglaublich dankbar für eure Treue, sei es von Anfang an oder als neue Hörer aus verschiedenen Ländern weltweit. Eure Unterstützung, eure Zeit und euer Interesse bedeuten mir sehr viel. In dieser besonderen Folge habe ich einen ganz besonderen Gast: meinen geschätzten Kolle…
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Arteetude 193: Echoes of Empathy: Kitchen Rhythms for Global Peace" dives into an immersive, improvised session where melodies and rhythms intertwine to create a harmonious symphony. With Dirk Schlömer's soulful guitar and vocals, Thomas Wiegandt's dynamic drums, flute, and vocals, Detlef Schlich's rhythmic drum beats and vocals, Yuka Kitamura's en…
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In dieser Podcast-Folge widme ich mich meinem verstorbenen Kater Hugo (Triggerwarnung: Tod und emotionale Schilderungen). Seit 2017 war er ein treuer Teil unserer Familie und verbrachte die Monate von April bis Ende August 2023 an meiner Seite in meiner Wohnung. Dies vertiefte unsere Freundschaft noch mehr. Am 28.08.2023 musste ich Hugo aufgrund se…
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Arteetude Episode 192: In this episode, titled "From Brainwaves to Digital Caves: The Quest to Decode Our Inner Cosmos," we embark on an interdisciplinary exploration into the realm of digital consciousness. Drawing parallels between historical philosophical inquiries and contemporary technological advancements, the discourse delves into the challe…
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Greetings, esteemed colleagues and scholars, I am pleased to announce the latest instalment of the Arteetude Podcast 191, wherein we embark on an interdisciplinary exploration of digital consciousness from the vantage point of visual artistry. This episode delves into the theoretical implications of uploading one's artistic consciousness into a dig…
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In Arteetude 190, we embark on a journey into the future of Homo Digitalis, exploring the potential advancements in technology that could shape our world and our identities. We delve into the implications of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the Internet of Things, and grapple with the ethical considerations these advancements bring wit…
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Spoiler Alert: reveals about Lord of the Flies Les and Jack talk about how to create true emotion in novels and poems. They also talk about the following: Jack's work in progress. The importance of settings in a novel. The Island of the Sequined Love Nun written by Christopher Moore but which Les mistakenly attributes to another author, Tim Dorsey.…
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