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Telefon, Fax, E-Mail, Instant Messenger, Wikipedia, Blogs, Twitter, Unconferences, Bloggercons... die Kanäle, über die Menschen kommunizieren, haben sich im Zuge der Digitalisierung unseres Alltags grundlegend gewandelt. Räumliche und zeitliche Grenzen stehen auf dem Prüfstand; traditionelle Kommunikationsprinzipien und tradierte Vermarktungsansätze erfahren eine Umkehrung; der Kunde bestimmt längst selbst, welche Informationen und Produkte seine Aufmerksamkeit verdienen. Wie kann nun mein U ...
 
Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of true stories, told live and without notes, to standing-room-only crowds worldwide. Moth storytellers stand alone, under a spotlight, with only a microphone and a roomful of strangers. The storyteller and the audience embark on a high-wire act of shared experience which is both terrifying and exhilarating. Since 2008, The Moth podcast has featured many of our favorite stories told live on Moth stages around the country. For informa ...
 
Welcome to the Banana Data Podcast! We're a data science podcast focused on the latest & greatest of the DS ecosystem, sprinkled in with our musings & data science expertise. With topics ranging from ethical AI and transparency to robot pets, our hosts, Christopher Peter Makris & Corey Strausman, are here to keep you up to date on the latest trends, news, and big convos in data. If you're looking to keep the knowledge up, be sure to also subscribe to our weekly Banana Data Newsletter! Regist ...
 
Get an inside look at how top business schools assess MBA applicants. Interviews with MBA Admissions Directors and students from the world's top-ranked MBA programs. Strategies and tips on how to craft a successful MBA application and best present yourself. Straight talk on how to get accepted to MBA programs like Wharton, MIT Sloan, Insead, London Business School, and many, many more.
 
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Two things that can follow a successful revolution: the once popular leaders can become brutal autocrats and they start to eliminate their former fellow-revolutionaries. Both those things are happening in Nicaragua. Linda Mannheim has written in The Nation about how President turned dictator Daniel Ortega has been locking up former comrades who are…
 
This episode of The Moth Radio Hour explores the many mysteries of life: A tree that bears a magical harvest, a hunt for apartment justice, a journalist undercover in North Korea, and more. This episode is hosted by Moth Director Chloe Salmon. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Chloe Sal…
 
President Biden says withdrawal from Afghanistan ends the era of America's "forever wars." But what does that mean? Mark Thompson covers military issues for POGO, The Project on Government Oversight and asks, what will happen to the Pentagon money budgeted for an Afghan Army that no longer exists? And what can "over the horizon" forces like drones …
 
Even being tossed unprepared onto a battlefield in Iraq didn't prepare Matthew Hoh for Afghanistan where his mission for the State Department was undermined by the Afghan security forces and government. The brutality of government troops was overmatched by the corruption and ineptitude of the civilians sent to work with Hoh's Provincial Reconstruct…
 
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we explored data strategy and how humanization can level it up. This week, we discuss the ethical implications of humanizing your data with very special guest and past host Triv…
 
This week, we're observing the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with a touching story from our archive. Hear how our storyteller, Nancy Mahl, reflects on this story 20 years later. This episode is hosted by The Moth’s Senior Curatorial Producer, Suzanne Rust. For years, The Moth’s Community Program worked with the tour guides at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum …
 
Eiszeit FM pflegt seine Traditionen. Und das bedeutet: Es gibt eine Saisonvorschau zu den Adler Mannheim. Natürlich machen wir diese traditionell nicht alleine, sondern haben uns einen Gast eingeladen. Und wer sollte es anderes sein, als Christian Rotter vom Mannheimer Morgen? Zusammen mit ihm blicken wir auf die Neuzugänge, erörtern vermeintliche …
 
A special live edition of The Moth from Tarrytown, New York. Hosted by Ophira Eisenberg, with additional hosting by Jay Allison. A man faces his fear or fatherhood; a daughter revisits difficult memories and her childhood home; and a mother witnesses the impact of her son’s life. To see photos from this week’s episode visit: TheMoth.org The Moth Ra…
 
Wir sind zurück in der Podcast-Welt und haben uns dafür prominente Gäste eingeladen. Zusammen mit Bernd Schwickerath (Shorthanded News, Rheinische Post, FAZ etc.) und Günter Klein (Chefreporter Sport Münchner Merkur) fahren wir vom Norden in den Süden und analysieren dabei alle 14 DEL-Verein. 14?! Ja, denn die Adler Mannheim gibt es wie immer in ei…
 
There goes the neighborhood. Investigative reporter Tony Davis of the Arizona Star and High Country News on how the arrival of a massive CAFO (concentrated animal feeding operations) has dimmed the stars in the sky and devoured water from the ground and brought traffic, dust and manure aromas to rural areas in Arizona and Minnesota. Riverview LLP h…
 
Join our storytellers on this week's Moth Radio Hour as they experience the unexpected twists and turns of life. From a Russian bathhouse in New York City to a lonely road in West Virginia, these stories go places you won't see coming. This episode is hosted by regular Moth host Jon Goode. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison…
 
If America's private security contractors sometimes run out of control, security industry scholar David Isenberg says the reason is, the people who hire them at the Defense Department are happy with the arrangement. He cites recent reports from the Government Accounting Office (the GAO) on all things the Pentagon doesn't know about its PSCs, includ…
 
America living in the shadow of fear. Spencer Ackerman's new book Reign of Terror says anxieties created by the terrorist attacks of 9/11/2001 and stoked by the National Security Industry have changed our country is just the ways President Dwight Eisenhower warned us about. Endless wars beget endless security budgets. And mass tolerance of authorit…
 
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we explored data visualization with Nathan Mannheimer from Tableau. This week, we discuss the ins and outs of data strategy from the individual level all the way up to the enter…
 
When all the 2020 votes were in, substantially more Americans had voted for Democrats running for Congress, but still the Republican Party made important gains in seats in the House. 2 reasons why -- gerrymandering and voter suppression. Journalist-author Dave Daley on how this contradiction could repeat itself only moreso in 2022. When politicians…
 
A woman becomes a stepmother to a dog, a tour guide in Toronto confronts racism, a mother learns the meaning of “Little pitchers have big ears”, and one half of the pop duo Milli Vanilli tells his side of the story. Hosted by The Moth's Senior Producer, Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public M…
 
Polls consistently show that about 80% of the American people support the Endangered Species Act, so why is the Fish and Wildlife Service weakening enforcement of its protections for animals like the red wolf and the Florida panther? Jimmy Tobias has written about these issues for The Intercept and recently in The Nation. The threats to both animal…
 
What will it take to solve the water shortage on the Navajo reservation? The coronavirus pandemic was a cruel reminder of the consequences when you live unable to follow the simplest survival suggestion -- wash your hands. That takes water to do that. Without access to clean, reliable sources of water, hundreds of Native Americans have died. And st…
 
Most applicants get an MBA to step out of their comfort zones. But, what about pursuing your MBA and subsequent five-year marketing career in Hong Kong as an American? Tony DeGennaro, who majored in Political Science and Philosophy at Rutgers, shares his winding journey to the CUHK MBA, one of the top-ranked business schools in Asia, to running a b…
 
Join The Moth Radio Hour for a night out -- with this week’s stories of late night adventures or, should we say, misadventures. This episode is hosted by The Moth's Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness Storytellers: Gary Yimenez, Ot…
 
A too-often neglected part of climate change is that change often involves eradication. Marina Psaros's new book The Atlas of Disappearing Places, looks at 20 places around the planet which could be lost beyond recovery because of rising temperatures and oceanic sea levels. The endangered locales are parts of great cities like New York and Shanghai…
 
Welcome back to our bi-weekly episodes of Season 5 of the Banana Data Podcast! This season, we’re ushering in the notion of humanizing data science. In last week’s episode, we explored the importance of storytelling with data. This week, we discuss data visualization with Nathan Mannheimer, Director of Data Science and Machine Learning at Tableau. …
 
Today on HERE & THERE: For the Catholic Church to lose $415 million on a planned real estate development in London is a catastrophe, no doubt, but is it a crime? Vatican prosecutors think so and they've charged, among others, one of Pope Francis' once-most-trusted Cardinals and the Vatican Bank's two top experts on financial intelligence Jason Berr…
 
Why do so many Americans seem to have no concept of either of the two words, "civic duty?" Amber Northern, director of research for the Thomas B. Fordham Institute says this may be a result of too many states with no, or poorly thought-out standards for teaching US History and Civics in their public schools. The Fordham Institute has been evaluatin…
 
More than a billion dollars a year in economic activity is generated by the Great Salt Lake. But drought and development have reduced the Lake to its lowest water levels ever recorded. Lindsay Whitehurst, based in Salt Lake City for the Associated Press explains the causes and the consequences of unplanned shrinkage. Among species facing serious di…
 
Die Adler sind zurück und wir auch.Beim Eagles-Cup nehmen wir euch mit auf den Golfplatz, haben ein längeres Gespräch mit Neuzugang Tim Wohlgemuth und vielleicht kriegen wir ja auch noch Rückkehrer Borna "The King" Rendulic vor unser Mikro?Wir wünschen euch viel Spaß beim Hören!Eiszeit FM sind Philipp Koehl und Sven Metzger.…
 
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