Best Leveler podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Drink Culture
Weekly
 
Drink Culture is a movement created by Fabian Rodriguez and Jared Byczko in the crossroads of America; Indianapolis, IN. The focus is to bring awareness to local business owners, thought leaders, and other area personalities who have made the city what it is today. We want to ‘drink in the culture’ of what Indianapolis has to offer and share those stories with you, the listeners. Our mission is to explore the intricacies of the city we call home and share our findings with you. A social leve ...
 
A Sunny Place for Shady People is a music podcast featuring interviews of some of the most interesting up and coming bands -- some local and some on tour. Whether recording in the ASPFSP studios or out on location at shows and festivals, Tommy Dubs, Mike McAfee, Doug Kunnath, and Dylan bring the best in new music by getting away from standard question/answer interviews and give you the opportunity to get to know these talented guests.
 
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We Are Not Saved
Weekly
 
We Are Not Saved discusses religion, politics, the end of the world, science fiction, artificial intelligence, and above all the limits of technology and progress.
 
1369 Blowing Rock Blvd. NW, Lenoir, NC 28645
 
Welcome! Glad you stopped by. Feel free to enjoy a collection of segments I've produced for The Instance, AIE Podcast, Convert to Raid, and The Morning Stream. If you wish to use any of these segments for your own podcast productions, feel free to contact me through the comments. And please Check out my podcast I Remembered it Better.
 
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When's the last time you explored Indianapolis west of the river? Central State is only five minutes from downtown and has the same amenities at affordable prices. Looking to purchase a new home? Derek Naber from Holladay Properties is developing this area into the place to be! Located on the property of the old Central State Hospital, the neig ...…
 
If humans gradually figure out how best to live, then we should give a lot of weight to what has already been figured out over the years. But what if we end up with more humans? Do the behaviors of a billion current people count more than a million historical people? At first glance the answer is an obvious yes, but what if we add in the compli ...…
 
Dr. Carr explores one of the most profound truths in the New Testament; study the word of God with us in Romans 8:35-39. Dr. R.A. Torrey was asked about the most profound concept he had ever learned from the Bible. Without hesitation, Mr. Torrey answered, “The most profound truth I have ever encountered in the word of God is this: Jesus loves m ...…
 
"Art is inquiry." For this week's art piece, we craft prints with Dominic Senibaldi and his not-for-profit Cat Head Press. His studio serves as a print shop and cooperative for local artists to create and sell their art. After moving here from Washington for graduate school, he was surprised that midwestern charm was real and decided he should ...…
 
Dr. Carr analyzes pain as he begins a new series called, “Suffering and the Sovereignty of God”.
 
Dr. Carr continues “Luke: The Gospel for Everyone” Series. In this sermon Dr. Carr explores what happens right after the miraculous Christmas story in Jesus’ family. 1. Consider the Importance of This Text 2. Consider the Irony of this text 3. Consider the Instruction of This Text 1. A Lesson for the Home 2. A Lesson for the Heart…
 
It's the beginning of the year and time to do the annual revisiting of my predictions. Not much has changed in 2018, so I spend much of the episode examining some of the current trends. In particular I think the rise of populism in Europe and America is going to make things interesting for the foreseeable future.…
 
Psalm 100- Dr. Alan Carr expounds on the conclusion of this Psalm (91-100).Prepare to worship as we look at this call to thanksgiving, praise and worship all in one in Psalm 100!
 
Dr. Carr continues his series on “Luke: The Gospel for Everyone” as we look at a magical events the night of Jesus birth. Luke 2:15
 
Some people fall into entrepreneurship and others seek it fearlessly. Jason Price has been an entrepreneur since he could resell popcorn from his booth at Indiana Beach as a teenager. He was always building businesses and often created products ahead of their times, but he and Jason Cooper were able to grow their forward-thinking Covideo servic ...…
 
For your holiday listening enjoyment I have assembled five stories, nay parables to bring enlightenment and edification during these otherwise dark and gloomy months. You may not always agree with the moral, but you will find some (generally me) doing something dumb in all of them. Enjoy!
 
DRNK CLTR and Practice Indie's Shannon and Purvi want you to NamaSLAY in 2019. This episode is a little different because we finished with a live meditation and goal setting session. Shannon and Purvi wine down with us as we pop the cork on their back-stories. Learn about how yoga training is completed in India, how vast yoga is, and how you ca ...…
 
Last month wildfires ravaged California, including the inappropriately named Camp Fire which killed 86. Many people want to blame the fires on global warming and the changing climate, while other's think it could be solved to more logging. More likely it's due to fire suppression efforts which have allowed deadwood to accumulate, meaning that w ...…
 
"You've got to be in the game to win the game." Josh Owen's open mind and desire for continuous learning have made him a star in the Amazon e-commerce game with his company Supply Kick. Josh graduated from Wabash and went on to join the Orr Fellowship with Angie's list where he was presented many opportunities to take risks. And, they paid off. ...…
 
In "The Coddling of the American Mind" Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt discuss the new culture of safety that has developed on campuses around the country, and argue that children and students need challenges and stress and even suffering in their life to develop properly. If we grant their premise, how do we decide how much suffering to intr ...…
 
Need an energy boost? You'll get one from this week's episode because Indy Chamber's CEO, Michael Huber, has an infectious personality. The blooming musician may have an impressive resume - which includes working in both Mayor Ballard and Governor Mitch Daniels administrations - yet his story begins in a small Illinois farm town. Michael's love ...…
 
Milan M. Ćirković's book The Great Silence is a fantastic exploration of the philosophy and importance of Fermi's Paradox. I spend the first half of this episode doing a review of the book and the second half discussing how my own explanation of the paradox fits in to Ćirković's framework.
 
Cartwheel into our episode with Casey Wright, founder of Ninja Zone - an internationally licensed gymnastics, martial arts, and obstacle course activity program for kids. Casey grew up bouncing around her family's gymnastics gym but quit participating as a teenager to begin coaching. By 21 she took over the family business, and by 26 she opened ...…
 
Every time we develop a new technology, we take a risk. Some technologies are dangerous and it may be that sometime in the future we will develop a technology which will mean the end of humanity. In a recent paper Bostrom makes this point by using the analogy of drawing balls from an urn. Progress means drawing balls from the urn, and as a resu ...…
 
“The day will again dawn upon Indiana, when a man can drink what he wants, when personal liberty will be again a citizen’s right.” Indiana City Brewing has restored a piece of our city’s history ninety-one years later by opening a craft brewery in what was once Home Brewing Company’s home until 1922. In this episode, Ram Kamstra pours on the hi ...…
 
I had a discussion with a friend recently who claimed that I other similarly dispassionate blogs (read rationalists) were providing intellectual cover for bad people, in particular men's rights activists and militant incels. I look into that claim, and ultimately find it to be... Listen to the podcast for the dramatic reveal!…
 
Home Sweet Tiny Home. Founder of Try It Tiny, Maggie Daniels, decided to end her career in finance to contribute to the evergrowing "tiny" community after "going tiny" because she rented her home on Airbnb and needed somewhere to stay. She found her tiny home in Idaho and proceeded to tow - for the first time - her tiny home 2,000 miles back to ...…
 
In the 90s there were two theories for the future. Fukuyama's "End of History" and Huntington's "Clash of Civilizations". Now that more than two decades has passed it seems obvious that Huntington was the more prescient. But even Huntington may have insufficiently accounted for the effects of technology on civilizations, particularly it's power ...…
 
If you know the NATO Phonetic Alphabet, you understand the roots of Hotel Tango. The "H" stands for Hillary and "T" for Travis - the couple who started Hotel Tango with four other law school classmates - and the reference exemplifies the foundation of the company: To make spirits that anyone can be proud to serve. Travis, a veteran of the Unite ...…
 
A recent book asks, "What's Wrong with China?" Well perhaps a lot, but for the purposes of this podcast I'm just looking at how very different China is from the US or the West, far different than most people think. Particularly those people who expect China to smoothly transition to something indistinguishable from a modern western democracy.…
 
What was the first craft beer you tried? For many Hoosiers it was an Upland Wheat or Dragonfly. Take a sip of your favorite Upland beer and listen to Episode 83 with Pete Batule and Eli Trinkle from Upland Brewery. After 20 years of brewing, Upland now has six locations (listen to learn about the seventh coming to Indy soon) and many types of b ...…
 
On June 1, 2009 Air France Flight 447 crashed into the mid-atlantic killing all 228 people aboard. In this episode I look at how it happened and whether it provides any larger lessons on the limits of privacy and technology and for the political crisis we're currently facing.
 
As a wise man once said: "We started from the bottom, now we're here." Jennifer Magley's story of becoming a speaker, entrepreneur, coach, professional athlete, and author starts at the "bottom" where she was told that to go to college, she would have to earn an athletic scholarship. Using her tremendous talent and drive, Jennifer played tennis ...…
 
There are a lot of ways to spend our time, money and attention, and all three are limited. How do we decide what to spend them on, how do we decide what to worry about? This is the topic I examine on this episode, using global warming/climate change as one of the big examples. I approach this question with several frameworks in mind including t ...…
 
Where can you participate in a Frankenstein read-a-thon at the Indiana Medical History Museum and learn about the history of LGBTQ in Indiana while on a beer crawl? At an Indiana Humanities event with Keira Amstutz and Leah Nahmias! Indiana Humanities connects people state-wide by facilitating programs to get people thinking and talking about t ...…
 
Age of Em: Work, Love and Life When Robots Rule the Earth is a book about a future where brain emulation becomes commonplace, by Robin Hanson. The future Hanson describes is a mixed bag, and I look at what that says about other transhumanist visions of the future, along with, of course, the very real possibility that none of those visions will ...…
 
Don't be afraid to be bold - The headline to Cassie Stockamp's comeback story where she eventually finds herself developing The Athenaeum into the venue it is today. Cassie grew up in a German family where the work ethic was strong, overcompensating at times for the lack of emotional intelligence. She powered through life until a risky project ...…
 
I have long positioned myself as something of a deficit hawk. A few weeks ago I heard a podcast about Modern Monetary Theory, an economics ideology which declares that debts and deficits don't matter. This is not the first time I have heard someone claim that, and my response was always, "But what about inflation?!?" Well it turns out I was wro ...…
 
90% of food and nutrition services are provided by federal programs maintained by people like Shellye Suttles - the Food Policy and Program Coordinator for Indianapolis' Office of Public Health and Safety. Her master's degree in Agricultural Economics and experience working with livestock in Guatemala while in the Peace Corps provides a unique ...…
 
I decide to add myself to the long list of people talking about the Kavanuagh nomination. But I look at it from the standpoint of what standards a Senator might use to make a decision when it really isn't clear who's telling the truth. Spoiler alert: most of them are self-serving and biased.
 
Fashion is just trendy; this interview has STYLE. Show off your favorite outfit and find your light as Polina Osherov tells the story of Indianapolis' fashion magazine, PATTERN. While we sip on moonshine in her creative space, Polina shares how an industry gets started in a midwestern city. The pages of volume 14 flutter on the walls as she rec ...…
 
Recently I attended the Moral and Ethical Leadership Conference put on by the BYU Management Society, the unofficial theme of which appeared to be civility. I take three speeches from the conference: Senator Jeff Flake, artist Eric Dowdle and columnist McKay Coppins and use them as a jumping off point for a discussion of the current state of ci ...…
 
"Serving others is a privilege," and it shows. From each magical piece of cinnamon toast to The Patachou Foundation that has served nearly 30,000 meals to food-insecure school children this year, Martha Hoover is serving Indianapolis through her empire, Patachou, Inc. Our first course introduces the state of the food scene in Indianapolis when ...…
 
Behind every great business is a strong woman, like Ashley Brooks. After co-founding Milktooth, she focused her efforts towards food insecurity in Indianapolis. Ashley became an ambassador for The Patachou Foundation, founded her hospitality design company - A.Rose - and started one of our favorite festivals, Baby Got Brunch. We recorded with h ...…
 
On a recent episode of the Art of Manliness Professor Benjamin Ginsberg discusses his book The Value of War and makes the claim that war has several positive values which have been recently overlooked? Is this the case? If so what might those positives be?
 
On this week's top news segment, we have the story of Inside INdiana Business' very own Gerry Dick. Gerry's story began with a life of slam dunks and then he fell into an interning role at a TV station and the rest is history! The Emmy-winning reporter and journalist started Grow Indiana Media Ventures in 2000 and is now the face of business ne ...…
 
How will people a thousand years from now view this era? Will they see us as visionaries creating utopia or will they see us as hopelessly naive, ignoring obvious risks in favor of selfish short-term cultural gains? As you might imagine, I'm arguing for the latter. Particularly given that we are doing very little to avoid being selfish, or shor ...…
 
"Whiskey is God blessing us with amazing things." David McIntyre and Blake Jones are quickly becoming owners of the largest whiskey distillery in Indiana, West Fork Whiskey Co. David and Blake are set on ensuring that someone from Indiana will be able to order an Indiana-made whiskey at any bar, even in Kentucky. Take another sip and learn how ...…
 
I just finished reading Conspiracy by Ryan Holiday, which is the story of Gawker being taken down by Peter Thiel. And someone on reddit pointed out that if Gawker was what they claimed to be, they should have been the one's to expose Theranos. But, of course they didn't. What did Gawker prioritize? And what should we be prioritizing in deciding ...…
 
We have discovered how to find the next hit artist before everyone else - by listening to this episode about Josh Baker's journey to developing Fountain Square into a place for young artists to be exposed through his businesses HI-FI Indy, MKOB Presents, and DO317. The music business is unforgiving at times, and Josh talks about the risk of jus ...…
 
There are lots of ways things could go poorly in the future without going catastrophically bad. In this episode I take a recent article by Tyler Cowen where he speaks on this idea and I expand on some of the ideas he mentions in addition to adding one of my own.
 
What if you looked back at your school notes and instead of bullet points and underlines you saw a sketchbook of ideas? Julia Reich used to get in trouble for doodling in the ledgers, but she’s now developed her talent into a job in graphic recording with her company Stone Soup Creative. Grab your gel pens and markers to illustrate this episode ...…
 
A review of the book Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou. I discuss how the many failsafes against this sort of fraud were circumvented by Holmes and her accomplices, and how this parallels my own experience in the start up world.
 
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