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NEW MODELS is a media platform and community addressing the emergent effects of networked technology on culture. Podcasts hosted by Caroline Busta, Daniel Keller, and LIL INTERNET. Community: https://newmodels.io and https://channel.xyz —— For access to our weekly show and Discord server join https://patreon.com/newmodels https://newmodels.substack.com
 
Go! aspires to engage the local church in global missions. We seek to share stories that encourage, edify, and equip other Christians in sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ at home and abroad. This podcast is a part of Liberty Bible Church global ministry. Go! is hosted by Cami Santner, a missions partner with Liberty and Kevin Cram, pastor of Global Engagement at Liberty Bible Church.
 
Hosted by Flux Learning, a digital education company based in West Cork, Ireland, this podcast showcases the exceptional, innovative and imaginative work of those working in enterprise and the creative arts. Subscribe to the podcast. Join the community on Twitter and Instagram Visit https://www.corkcreative.ie for more information.
 
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Media Studies professor and “The Modem World” author Kevin Driscoll joins Jon and Scoop in taking a nostalgic and informative look back at the early days of online and Internet communication. Kevin explains the impact of early bulletin board systems, newsgroups, online services, and the coming of the web. This conversation is a followup to our Febr…
 
We’re continuing our series on the missionary experience. Today we’re going to look into one of the less glamorous aspects of missionary life - raising support. For many people the support raising process is extremely intimidating. Often it proves to be an obstacle for many in considering a life in cross-culturally ministry. But, what is actually i…
 
The boys are joined by their wine idol, Christie Frank to discuss NYS hybrid wines. It's a bop, even though John made it kind of weird. Honestly, it's fun to taste some experiments from NYS -- it's now canonical that NYS everything else beats NYS riesling, so write that down. Please visit Copake Wines in Copake to tell Christie which one of the Dis…
 
Today we begin a new series which we’re calling “The Missionary Experience”. Over the next 6 weeks, we will explore the various facets of what it’s like being a cross-cultural missionary – from ministering overseas to support raising to having a family, we’ll get insight from various guests on the ins and outs of missionary life. In this week’s epi…
 
Ufology: the study of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) by people who believe that they may have extraordinary (e.g. extraterrestrial or extra-dimensional) origins. Often derided by skeptics and science educators as an example of pseudoscience, ufology has can represent a field of legitimate scientific investigation, as practiced by Stanton Friedm…
 
Our mole in Canada, Adrienne Friesen joins the dumb boys to slander the commonwealth and drink incredibly good hybrid wines. Like jesus christ guys, did you know they had these there? Call us Vidal Sassoon, because these wines make us swoon. Please drink a Canadian wine and don't be mad at us for not knowing how many meters is in a parliament or wh…
 
Cultural savants Shumon Basar (The Extreme Self & The Age of Earthquakes) and Dean Kissick (NY editor of Spike Art Magazine) join the show during Berlin Art Week for a sprawling, late-night convo on communication and creative production in year 2022.Along the way, we note the accelerating pace of decades, revisit Marshall McLuhan’s 1967 mass-media …
 
We wrap up our series on stories from the recent resettlement of Afghan refugees into our community of Northwest Indiana. Today we're speaking with Tonia Frederick. She is the program director at Compass International Family Center, which is a Christian, non-profit organization here in Valparaiso, Indiana. They seek to warmly welcome immigrants, re…
 
Jim Rutt, host of “The Jim Rutt Show” podcast, joins Jon and Scoop for a wide-ranging discussion about business and technology. Jim details his start in business and tech, his time running Network Solutions, the evolution of the Internet, cancel culture, and AI censorship. Jim is also President and co-founder of the MIT Free Speech Alliance. He is …
 
Hybrid theory continues with a deep dive into "the South" featuring the incomparable Lee Campbell, currently an ambassador for the Virginia wine industry / wine culture emeritus for ever. Crabsolute joy of an episode -- get ready to hear all of our brains melt at the muscadine. It's truly impressive to see all these wine hubs popping up and transfo…
 
One of the key ways that the local church engaged with Afghan families resettled into our community is through providing short-term housing. Several host families opened up their homes to become not only a place to stay but a people of love and welcome to these Afghan refugees. This week we have the honor of hearing from one of those families. Mica…
 
New England farmer and winemaker Ryan Williams joins the boys on this, the first day of Hybrid Theory to discuss parts of New England, genetics, and what to drink when it's too hot. This is certain to be Kevin's parents' favorite episode, and honestly if its not yours you need to do some soul searching. Please drink some fucking New England wines a…
 
We continue our series today on the stories surrounding the evacuation and resettlement of Afghan refugees following the US withdraw from Afghanistan last summer. Today we're honored to share the mic with Aziz Sadat, one of those individuals who fled his country in the wake of the Taliban takeover. We'll hear his firsthand account of him and his fa…
 
Today we begin a new series that explores the stories surrounding the recent resettlement of Afghan refugees into our community of Northwest Indiana. Following the withdraw of US forms from Afghanistan last summer, hundreds of thousands of individuals and families fled the country fearing reprisals by the resurgent Taliban. At that time, the US gov…
 
***** THIS IS A RECORDING DONE ON TWO LAPTOPS IN AUSTRIA PLEASE FORGIVE SOUND QUALITY****** International wine superstar and pizza empresaria Amanda Smeltz came on the pod after being on a bizarre Austrian wine bender with Duck for like 10 days. I absolutely did not edit this besides adding the song. Sorry it's unhinged, Kevin and I are spending ou…
 
NM speaks with Kevin Driscoll, author of The Modem World: A Pre-history of Social Media (Yale Univ. Press, 2022), which examines the physical — and social — technology that underpinned the DIY side of networked technology’s evolution in the ‘80s and ‘90s.Parallel to institutional network culture were the proto-dark-forest communities of BBS network…
 
Before the Internet changed the way we experienced movies, dark theaters, and late night tv were the sole venues where sci-fi and horror fans could get a regular fix of cheap movie thrills. This time, on the Plutopia podcast, Jon, Scoop and Maggie discuss their favorite classic films, from the golden age of sci-fi and horror. Jon: They had Kid Show…
 
Modern technology has opened unprecedented opportunities while at the same time created once-unthinkable perils. Nowhere is this dynamic felt more than with the social media revolution. The effects of hyper-connectivity on the mental, emotional, and relational health of people is only recently being fully explored. But, one thing is for sure: the u…
 
I told James he could do whatever he wanted this week. I haven't listened yet, but he and Jahde are way smarter than us, so, fuck, looks like it's probably better than normal. Please buy wine from Jahde's killer portfolio, By The Hand, and DM James all your weirdest questions and buy his maps. Wines: Paul Cherrier, Sancerre Blanc 2020 A Los Viñater…
 
Philosopher Charles Herrman interviews Michael Webb, an advocate for the practice of meditative inquiry. They discuss interviewing and questioning, stillness, truth, centering, and much more. Michael Webb: Truth isn’t necessarily instrumental. A lot of people might think that, ‘I want to know something because I want to use it in order to achieve s…
 
In the fourth part of our Business Supports Series we speak to Arran O’Driscoll , Chair at Clonakilty Credit Union. We chat about the differences between credit unions and banks, the importance to the credit union of building relationships with members and welcoming them in, how credit unions can help business to manage their day to day finances an…
 
If pressed to locate countries like Kazakhstan or Tajikistan on a map, most Americans would have trouble. The region of Central Asia is for the most part unfamiliar territory for the majority of people in the West. This region though has thousands of years of rich cultural history. Whether it's the critical role it had in the development of the Sil…
 
In this episode, Jon and Scoop talk to Alexandra Alvarez about her new company “Love x Alex,” her activity supporting the “Free Britney” movement, which was seeking an end to Britney Spears’ court-ordered guardianship. The movement helped jump-start her line of fashion and pop culture goodies. We talk about her move from major studio casting to ind…
 
In this episode we speak to Peter Walsh , Chairman of Brookpark Business Centre in Dunmanway. Brookpark is an advanced technology business centre featuring Conference, Training, Board Room, Offices, Co-Working and Hot Desk facilities. Peter tells us the story of how Brookpark came about, what Brookpark can offer local businesses, the importance of …
 
By most accounts, the church in the Middle East is growing at a rate not seen for generations. Reports continue to come out of nearly every country in the region describing how the church is multiplying. With this growth comes an increasing need for relevant training and theological education for emerging leaders. That's where the ministry of the A…
 
Jon and Scoop do a deep dive into the land of free speech, which is what this country’s supposed to be – land of the free, home of the brave. We discuss current issues of free speech in the Internet/post-Truth era. Jon: Should you be able to ban people from a system like Twitter? Which is supposedly set up for conversation, and has increasingly had…
 
I wish Ryan Looper was my real dad, but he's not but sometimes he comes on the podcast. He came on to talk about Piedmont via the lens of Connor Roy. Please subscribe to Looper Tuesday on instagram and buy many wines from De Maison East. ////LIST/// Mongioia, Moscato d'asti, 'Crivella,' 2016/// Cascina degli Ulivi, Gavi Filagnotti Bianco Valfaccend…
 
Scholar of media studies and Chernobyl expert Svitlana Matviyenko joins us from Kamyanets Podilskyi, Ukraine to discuss critical infrastructure security and the imminence of cyberwarfare.On this episode, Svitlana, who is also the co-author of Cyberwar & Revolution: Digital Subterfuge of Global Capitalism (U. Minnesota Press, 2020) gives an expanded…
 
We begin a new series this week entitled "The Gospel and the Muslim World," in which we'll explore the ways the Gospel is moving within the regions and communities that are majority Muslim. Islam accounts for over 1.8 billion people in our world and represents a vast diversity of cultures and geographic areas. Needless to say, understanding this in…
 
In the second part of our Business Supports series, we chat to Fiona Ryan, the Start Up & Entrepreneurship Manager in the Ludgate Hub in Skibbereen about her insights for post covid trends for business, how the Ludgate is shaping its own path from those trends and how it facilitates and supports local business and the wider community across the gen…
 
In this episode of the Plutopia podcast, AKMA Adam discusses his path to the priesthood, faith, interpretation and belief, doctrine, rock and roll, and postmodern thought. My work is interpreting the Bible and not teaching doctrine, and when I say this – my wife was a theologian – I’m envisioning her saying, “No, that’s not the way it is.” So I’m t…
 
The boys are joined by Justine from Kalche wines to discuss feet stuff, types of kisses and of course Piedmont wine via the lens of Roman Roy. This is officially a silly episode, but holy shit do the wines rule. Bizarre alt Piedmont shit is, unsurprisingly, our jam. Another thing that is our jam, of course, is Kalche wine, a totally rad wine cooper…
 
Writer and researcher Sam Moore speaks about his new book, with Alex Roberts, THE RISE of ECOFASCISM: CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE FAR RIGHT (Polity, 2022), which finds, in the dissolution of pre-millennial frameworks for climate, capital, and governance, conditions that are ripe for the re-emergence of fascist formulations of power.We talk to Sam about …
 
We wrap up our series on disciple making in everyday life this week with our guest Phil Alessi. Phil serves on a catalyze team with the missions organization Novo, which seeks to equip and encourage disciple making movements around the world. Phil has an extensive background in ministry having served as a pastor, church planter, and denominational …
 
The boys are joined by Kilolo Strobert, the owner of Fermented Grapes in Brooklyn New York, to discuss how Piedmont can be seen through the lens of Shiv Roy. It’s 3 episodes in and I gotta be honest this concept is really working for me, I think Kevin is a genius. We got great new mics too, so uh, thanks Patreons sorry we still have terrible voices…
 
Kevin Curran from the Local Enterprise Office joins us to tell us why the LEO should be the first port of call for any new business and any business that wants to expand. He simplifies business plans, shares what he believes are the biggest mistakes business’ make and discusses the importance of having an online presence-all with a few interesting …
 
There are 151,000 sports clubs in the UK, with each club having an average of 141 adult members. Culturally, sports is one of the most common forms of community involvement around the world. Few activities offer the kind of relational open doors for the Gospel than sport. Today we welcome Eric Duey to our conversation about Disciple Making in Every…
 
Author and futurist Jamais Cascio joins the Plutopia podcast as we explore the future of a world undergoing chaotic change. Selected by Foreign Policy magazine as one of their top 100 global thinkers, Jamais helps us understand a world in chaos – rapid global disruptions – climate change – and scenarios about the future, often with an environmental…
 
One of the great millennial club demons, DJ and producer Dances With White Girls (aka Frog) talks to NM about the ever evolving relationship between artists and platforms, from Hollerboard to TikTok. We also talk how AI music software is changing the game, pop-up scenes, and PLUR black tie. Plus: Frog’s 12 Rules for Club Life.…
 
Keara Driscoll returns with dreamy newcomer Patrick Kattner to wreak havock in Duck's v cute home. I think we talked about Kendall Roy and the concept of 'new piedmont,' but we drank like 4 bottles of 15% alcohol wine so basically derangement happened. I am not apologizing we did nothing wrong. Patrick is amazing and Keara is unknowable and they bo…
 
In the second installment of this series, we talk with Lisandro Montenegro, who serves as the Costa Rican Team Leader for the missions organization Singular. Lisandro shares his experience in mobilizing individuals from Latin America to serve in disciple making ministry across the region. He has wonderful insight into Jesus's pattern of discipleshi…
 
This time on the Plutopia podcast, maker, writer and former editorial director of Make Media Gareth Branwyn joins Jon and Scoop for a wide-ranging discussion about makers and making. We examine small town life, the maker movement, makers on YouTube, and Gareth’s new book, “Tales and Tips from the Workshop, Volume 2.” Gareth is a freelance writer an…
 
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