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Welcome to Wayward Stories, the podcast dedicated to telling YOUR stories of adventure, exploration and self-discovery in the great outdoors! If you’d like to submit your story to the show please email it to mywaywardstory@gmail.com or by visiting www.waywardstories.com
 
Check out my soundcloud page for more of my work: SoKo on Soundcloud -SId Styles: Tech House, Funky House, Electro House, Just Plain House Influences: Tom Stephan (Superchumbo), Chus & Ceballos, Saeed Younan, Riva Starr, Oscar G, A-Trak, Bart B More, Claude VonStroke, Mark Farina, Peter Bailey & Richie Santana (Mindcontrol), DJ Hell, Hector Fonseca, Bingo Players, Abel, DJ Paulo, Justin Martin, Eats Everything, Pirupa, Wally Lopez, Jamie Jones, Catz N Dogz, Green Velvet... too many to name.
 
WWW.FRESHOUTOFDEATH.COM Fresh out of death is a club night that started out monthly in Nottingham, and now runs sporadically in Nottingham and soon to be monthly in London. From day one we wanted to throw a party for people to enjoy, have a good time at, and with some of the best Djs/acts around the world all set in an intimate atmosphere... Past Dj's at the night have included the likes of: Dj Mehdi, Style of eye, Sinden, Diplo, Mr Oizo, Annie Mac, Jesse Rose, Zombie Disco Squad, Crookers, ...
 
The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Welcome to UNFOLDINGS- a podcast series connecting Melbourne and Vancouver dance artists in slow, deep, un-blindly matched conversations. Imagined and curated by Angela Conquet as part of Dance In Vancouver 2021. This podcast is a partnership between Dancehouse Diary in Melbourne and The Dance Centre in Vancouver. With support from the Canadian Consulate in Sydney Australia, Australia Council for the Arts and Dancehouse Melbourne.
 
Justin Gonzalez and Meek Phill host the baseball podcast you didn't know you needed. New episodes every Monday. All takes are backed by stats, but doesn't mean they can't be bold. *Graphic language is graphic* Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buzzthepodcast/support
 
The Recognized Authority: the podcast that guides Invisible Experts on the journey to becoming a Recognized Authority in your field, so you can: 👉 increase your impact 👉 command higher fees 👉 work with better clients This podcast features interviews with successful consultants who are willing to share the ups and downs of their story to inspire and educate our listeners. We also interview marketing and sales experts who have a message or lesson that is relevant for a B2B professional service ...
 
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From July 15, 2020: We talk a lot about Chinese policy in Hong Kong, but there's another human rights crisis going on in China in the province of Xinjiang. It concerns the Turkic minority known as the Uighurs whom the Chinese government has been rounding up and putting in reeducation camps. It is an ugly story—one that the Chinese government has go…
 
Our Arbiters of Truth series on the online information ecosystem has been taking a bit of a hiatus—but we’re back! On today’s episode, we’re discussing the recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in NetChoice v. Paxton, upholding a Texas law that binds large social media platforms to certain transparency requirements and si…
 
There's enormous debate about how much social media platforms should be doing to moderate extremist content. But that debate often lacks nuance about the many different ways that platforms can moderate and that moderation is not an all or nothing proposition. Daniel Byman is a professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and Lawfa…
 
Last chance to join Authority Labs. 1 seat remaining. The next iteration of the Authority Labs mastermind group is starting next Tues 27th Sept. Authority Labs is a high-touch group program aimed at helping experts & consultants - like you! - to build authority rapidly. There is one seat remaining in this cohort. In this episode, I interview Rene M…
 
This past Monday, the criminal trial of Thomas Barrack began in federal court in the Eastern District of New York. Barrack, who served as an informal advisor to the 2016 Trump campaign and then as chair of Trump's inaugural committee, is alleged to have acted as a foreign agent of the United Arab Emirates. According to the indictment, Barrack acted…
 
Welcome back to Wayward Stories! Back by popular demand, this week we delve into some more Search and Rescue stories and give you fine folks a peek behind the curtain. We will discuss a recent overnight stay in the Poteau Mountain wilderness where we preplanned a trail and spent the night enjoying a deep dark backcountry night! Tune in to hear all …
 
Geoffrey Berman was the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York in the Trump administration. He was appointed under peculiar circumstances, and he was fired under even more peculiar circumstances. He is now a partner at the law firm of Fried Frank, and he’s the author of the new book, “Holding the Line: Inside the Nation's Preeminent U.…
 
Justin Moll is a creative director by day at Mangos in Conshohocken and by night he transforms into Dr. Wolfenbergen, his illustration alter ego on Instagram. The Dr. Wolfenbergen account is chock full of gritty skulls, melting faces and other macabre iconography in a self-described “low-fi” style with pops of violent color. His work has been recog…
 
On September 15, Judge Aileen Cannon of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida issued two key rulings in the Mar-a-Lago documents case. She appointed Judge Raymond Dearie of the Eastern District of New York as the special master reviewing the documents and denied the Justice Department’s motion for a partial stay of her previo…
 
As consumers, we love to binge on content. Netflix discovered this a few years ago and started releasing entire seasons of TV shows in one go. Podcasters know this because we get messages from listeners saying things like "Hey, I found your show at the weekend and just listened to 35 episodes". (It's astonishing, but it really does happen!) YouTube…
 
Of all of the Central Intelligence Agency's activities, paramilitary operations might remain the least understood. This, in part, is both a cause and a consequence of inaccurate portrayals of such work in prominent movies; it's also because fewer memoirs come from the CIA's Special Activities Division than from traditional human intelligence collec…
 
From March 17, 2018: In 1963, John Feerick became a witness to and a framer of our constitutional history. Within two years of graduating from law school, Feerick had written an influential law review article on presidential disability and succession, joined the ABA’s blue-ribbon commission to create a solution to those problems, and became a confi…
 
Ken Starr, the former federal judge and independent counsel who became famous for his investigation of President Bill Clinton, died this week on September 13 at age 76. Starr was a complex and controversial figure: after running the Whitewater and Lewinsky investigations, he went on to serve as president of Baylor University, only to resign over th…
 
Dmitri Alperovitch is the founder of the Silverado Policy Accelerator, a geopolitics think tank in Washington, and the impresario of the Geopolitics Decanted podcast. He joined Benjamin Wittes to talk through the Ukrainian offensive in Kharkiv Oblast last week. They discussed whether the Ukrainian retaking of large swaths of territory is a big deal…
 
Amid the war and instability in Afghanistan over the last two decades, the opium industry has seen explosive growth. In fact, Afghanistan accounts for the vast majority of the world's opium supply. The Taliban vowed to crack down on the production of illicit drugs, and in March, they issued a total ban on opium cultivation, which has stripped many …
 
Since his 1991 death, Rainer Sonntag has been remembered as a martyr by generations of neo-Nazis and other far-right activists, especially in his native Germany. Less discussed, however, is the fact that he was also a spy for the communist authorities of East Germany and their counterparts in the Soviet Union—and that a young KGB operative named Vl…
 
Hi-Res returns for a limited six-episode run this fall, starting September 20th. We’re bringing the show back with a season of exclusively Philly based designers, illustrators and photographers. If you simply can’t wait to hear the first episode you can always become a Patreon supporter at patreon.com/hirespod and for a pledge of $3 you can start l…
 
Pakistan is experiencing one of the largest natural disasters in modern history. The massive floods there, combined with glacier melt, have led to one third of the country being submerged underwater with more than one million people displaced and tens of billions of dollars in damage. Lawfare publisher David Priess sat down with Erin Sikorsky, the …
 
Creating & publishing content is time consuming. And yet it's an essential step in building authority. But if our target audience never sees our content, all that time and effort goes to waste. How can we ensure our audience sees our content? In this episode, Justin Simon and Alastair McDermott discuss content transformation, why & how to repurpose…
 
From January 25, 2022: In this bonus episode of Chatter, David Priess talks with professor and author Marita Sturken about 9/11-related memorials, museums, and architecture. Her research and writings have examined everything from visual culture to the connection between memory and consumerism, with much of her recent work addressing memory of the a…
 
This week on Rational Security, Alan, Quinta, and Scott were joined by co-host emeriti Ben Wittes and Shane Harris for a very special anniversary edition of Rational Security that pits their national security hot takes up against each other. Which of the following takes will the team find to be "too hot," which "undercooked," and which "just right"…
 
From September 3, 2020: This week on Lawfare's Arbiters of Truth series on disinformation, Evelyn Douek and Quinta Jurecic spoke with Alissa Starzak, the head of public policy at Cloudflare—a company that provides key components of the infrastructure that helps websites stay online. They talked about two high-profile incidents in which Cloudflare d…
 
On August 25, the Defense Department released its long-awaited Civilian Harm Mitigation and Response Action Plan, something that human rights advocates have called on the Pentagon to do for the past 20 years. To discuss it, former Lawfare associate editor Tia Sewell sat down with Todd Huntley, a former JAG and current director of the National Secur…
 
On August 23, the Washington Post published a story about a whistleblower complaint filed by Peiter Zatko, the former security lead and member of Twitter's executive team responsible for information security, privacy, physical security, and information technology. In the whistleblower complaint, Zatko describes extreme problems and deficiencies wit…
 
Monday afternoon, a federal judge in Florida acceded to Donald Trump's motion to appoint a special master to review privilege claims arising out of the Mar-a-Lago search. The ruling was not a particular surprise given that the judge had foreshadowed that it was coming, but it shocked observers nonetheless on a number of different bases. The decisio…
 
Welcome back to Wayward Stories! This week we explore the concept of day trips based on my personal adventures this past Labor Day weekend. For those of us who really utilize our adventures as a therapeutic device to combat various anxiety disorders, the rising cost of gasoline (and everything else) fueled by super charged inflation has really put …
 
Late last month, investigative journalists at Bellingcat and partner organizations published a story exposing the identity of a Russian spy named Maria Adela Kuhfeldt Rivera, who over the course of 10 years had charmed her way into the social circles of NATO members in Naples. Lawfare managing editor Tyler McBrien sat down with Christo Grozev, Bell…
 
Oleksandra Povoroznik is a (⁦@rynkrynk) is a Kyiv-based journalist, film critic and translator, who joins us to discuss the changing politics of language in Ukraine, as well as the country's defiant wartime culture and humor. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Values are what we stand for, the principles or philosophy we live by. But for many businesses, their values don't mean a whole lot. In this episode, Jeff Large and Alastair McDermott get into the weeds on business values, discussing why they're important, how they can help you build a good foundation for success, and why they don't work. They also…
 
From September 24, 2020: Evelyn Douek and Quinta Jurecic spoke to Nina Jankowicz, a disinformation fellow at the Wilson Center, about her new book: “How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future of Conflict.” The book chronicles Nina’s journey around Europe, tracing down how information operations spearheaded by Russia have pla…
 
From February 15, 2014: The University of Richmond invited Ben and Conor Friedersdorf to participate in a debate on the ethics of drone warfare. Conor is a familiar voice in the anti-drone camp, as those who have come across his articles in The Atlantic well know. I edited the podcast version of the debate for length and got rid of the introduction…
 
In recent months, the country of Iraq has been living through the latest in a series of political crises as different factions have struggled for control of its governing institutions. Earlier this week, that tension broke out into the open as rioters occupied government office buildings and militias associated with other factions responded with vi…
 
On Tuesday night, running up against the 11:59 PM deadline, the Justice Department filed its 40-page motion opposing Donald Trump's request that a special master be appointed to oversee the handling of documents seized at Mar-a-Lago. To wade through that meaty document and its implications, Lawfare managing editor Tyler McBrien was joined by Lawfar…
 
In February 2020, police in the town of Rexburg, Idaho, uncovered evidence of what seemed like an unthinkable crime: two children murdered by one of their parents. The investigation that followed revealed not only more possible murders but also two alleged perpetrators possessed of a radical belief system that both justified their use of violence a…
 
The era of the global internet offered opportunities for economic and political progress, but it has also afforded bad actors the opportunities to manipulate and leverage this interconnected system for the worse. Over the past decade, there has been an increase in internet shutdowns, ransomware, and cyberattacks, but despite these growing challenge…
 
You may have seen this week's guest on the most recent season of "America's Got Talent". Justin Rupple has ALL KINDS of talents: comedy, impressions, eating a dozen donuts in 4 minutes.... so much more. Today, he's on the show to talk about his hobbies off stage, his passions, and his polyamorous family. Follow Justin Rupple Follow host Kristin Key…
 
“Cyberspace is the domain of modern warfare” is a popular headline in recent times. Recent state and non-state cyber attacks have given support to this notion, but beyond vague national cyber strategies and new cyber commands, not much is publicly known about a state’s military cyber capacity. To get a better understanding of the current state of m…
 
If you're like most consultants & experts, you can spend significant amounts of time creating new presentations, editing slides and documents. Yet often your hard work goes to waste when you decide not to use them. There is a better way. In this episode, Carol Cox and Alastair McDermott discuss why you should create a signature talk, a simple frame…
 
This week on Rational Security, a Quinta-less Alan and Scott were joined by host emeritus Benjamin Wittes to talk through the week's big national security stories, including: “Sometimes the Best Defense is a New Offensive.” With apparent U.S. support, Ukraine is bringing the fight to Crimea and other Russian-held areas—and perhaps to the streets of…
 
NASA next week plans to launch the first of several Artemis missions, which collectively aim to land astronauts on the Moon again for the first time in more than half a century, explore the lunar surface more extensively, and establish a long-term presence on the Moon. Controversy lingers over both the launch system selected for these missions and …
 
From October 8, 2016: Stephanie Leutert, the Mexico Security Initiative Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin and the author of Lawfare's "Beyond the Border" series, joined Benjamin Wittes on this week's podcast to talk about the epidemic of violence plaguing Mexico and Central America. Despite the brutality, extremity, and remarkable scale o…
 
Back in March, a team of researchers published an article in Nature Machine Intelligence showing that a drug discovery company’s AI-powered molecule generator could have a dangerous dual use: The model could design thousands of new biochemical weapons in a matter of hours that were equally as toxic as, if not more toxic than, the nerve agent VX. La…
 
While everyone's eyes have been on Mar-a-Lago, there has also been a lot going on with the Jan. 6 investigation: cases going to trial, major sentencing developments, and some people getting real time. We have some new data on which cases are resulting in convictions and which ones in acquittals, a bunch of defendants have been trying to get their c…
 
One year ago this month, the last American troops withdrew from Afghanistan, marking the end of a 20-year war. To reflect on those two decades, Lawfare managing editor Tyler McBrien sat down with Elliot Ackerman, author of the new book, “The Fifth Act: America's End in Afghanistan.” They discussed Elliot's personal involvement in the struggle to ge…
 
Welcome back to Wayward Stories! This week we take a look at a recent hike I did in the Ouachita Mountains of SW Arkansas to a cave reportedly visited by the infamous outlaw Belle Starr. It’s more of a scramble than hike, but the cave itself is pretty incredible to check out. And for those of you who are more backcountry than bougie, more trekker t…
 
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