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With Crowd Expedition Martijn explores the developments in the collaborative (platform/crowd) economy by interviewing 150 entrepreneurs and experts in the field a year. Everywhere in the world. To find out WHAT is happening, WHO the stakeholders are, HOW to interpreter and WHAT has to happen to get the full potential out of this developments and how to transform this into a sustainable model. Martijn and his team are recording almost all interviews on video (www.youtube.com/crowdexpedition). ...
 
‘Fresh AiR’ is a podcast, hosted by Joe, Martijn and Dave, and has taken over as the main podcast on Answers in Reason. Fresh AiR hopes to bring a fresh perspective on a number of topics you might hear from the atheist community. Philosophy, Psychology and Science are our primary topics but these cross over into the realms of religion, pseudoscience, and conspiracy theories too. About Answers in Reason Our readers & listeners are usually those who like to think about and question everything. ...
 
Project Body Love podcast from Women’s Health is a 30 day programme designed to help you improve your relationship with your body. With only 6% of women describing themselves as body confident, it is clear that image concerns and negative body image holds women back from living fuller lives. This November, Women’s Health have set out to change this, with evidence based research, and science backed exercises to help you unpick these negative narratives, hosted by body confidence advocate Jada ...
 
Brief chats that go beyond the daily headlines discussing global events, recent reports, and the latest analysis from HCSS experts. HCSS is a data driven, independent think tank that provides strategic advice and policy relevant solutions for governments, NGOs and the private sector on global trends, security and geo-economics. All rights reserved.
 
Deep house mixes from Baker Street Recordings. Leeds based record label Baker Street Recordings have earned their reputation as one of the most exciting House music labels to emerge from the UK in recent years, thanks to a hard work ethic and consistently quality music. Producers at the forefront of the ‘underground’ house scene have featured on Baker Street releases; names such as Moodymanc, Sei A, Sasse, Lee Mortimer, Demarkus Lewis, Lil’ Mark and Justin Harris of Freaks, alongside up and ...
 
Stories, debates and advice. Austin Knight, a designer at Google (formerly HubSpot), sits down with friends from around the world to discuss User Experience and Growth tactics. This show is entirely non-profit and independent, to ensure that the content is always of the highest quality. It does not have ads, is not associated with any business or organization, and does not accept donations. It is privately funded by the host. To learn more, visit us at www.austinknight.com/podcast
 
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Our guest this week is Brutus bassist Peter Mulders. We discuss the band's first live album, Live In Ghent (out October 23), how the recording wasn't initially meant for fans to hear, the organic process of how songs evolve after playing them live, the energy of getting to record a show in his hometown, and the painstaking process of obtaining visa…
 
Todd Grimm has been working in AM and 3D Printing for 30 years. He has done a lot of work for Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), and is a frequent guest speaker at conferences. So, naturally, we spoke about the conferences in the COVID-19 era. As a team, we even developed an exciting new conference idea. We also looked at the past of the in…
 
Amelie vertelt over discussiëren met woke publiek, tijdens Werchter op en neer rijden om 's ochtends vroeg een show te doen, slechte MC's, het publiek uitschijten en slecht eten backstage. Meer over Amelie vind je op www.ameliealbrecht.be Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmedewerker, stagehand, technicus of jongerenwerker Tina zorg je dat Elektra…
 
Elize Ryd of Amaranthe is our guest this week! We discuss the band's upcoming album, Manifest (October 2), how the mental reality of the pandemic affected the recording of the record, the importance of making a fun and positive record during this time, and the story behind the guest artists on the album. Elize also tells us about why creating music…
 
In this episode, Max and I spoke with Eric Pallarés of BCN3D. BCN3D is a Barcelona-based material extrusion 3D printing company. Having started on the desktop, BCN3D now is moving toward enterprise and the factory floor. The company is working on developing an ecosystem of tools including software, settings, and machine. The firm’s new Epsilon 3D p…
 
Erik vertelt over naakt optreden op een middelbare school, publiek dat in een half uur exact nul keer lacht, Drs. P die maar niet van het podium gaat, darten op je medespelers en een TV-programma opnemen dat nog helemaal niet af is. Meer over Erik vind je op www.erikvanmuiswinkel.nl Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmedewerker, stagehand, technic…
 
Enslaved's Ivar Bjørnson is our guest this week. We discuss the band's new album, Utgard, and the concept behind it, the shorter songs therein compared to their previous three albums, the experience of the band's recently completed virtual tour, and what new drummer Iver Sandøy brings to the band both behind the kit and vocally. We also talk about …
 
Najib vertelt over optreden in Uden tijdens carnaval, het presenteren van een melkpromotietour met 2Unlimited, hoe hij Thomas Acda beledigde tijdens zijn auditie bij Comedytrain, over doorgesnoven TV-opnames en die keer dat hij iemand met rare schoenen het podium optrok. Deze show is in augustus 2020 opgenomen voor publiek. De originele audio ging …
 
Richard vertelt over een dronken man die bij hem op het podium klimt, optreden met Karin Bloemen voor een zaal nul aandacht heeft, jezelf naar een avondvullende voorstelling bluffen en een programmeur die minder wil betalen omdat hij speciale koekjes heeft laten maken. Meer over Richard vind je op www.richardgroenendijk.nl Word lid van de Elektracr…
 
The Ocean mastermind Robin Staps is back on the show to discuss the band's new album, Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic|Cenozoic. Robin discusses how the two Phanerozoic albums sound completely different despite being recorded at the same time, Jonas from Katatonia's guest appearance, the difficultly in finding fossils for the box set version of the album, …
 
Political Ethics: Legislation Our penultimate episode on political ethics covers legislation, what it means, how we do it and a number of other topics. We also have discussions about weird laws, psychopaths, going psychotic and other random segues What is Legislation? What is law? Constitutions. Amendments. Who can see this? Weird laws! Insanity/Te…
 
I’ve known Alexander Oster a long time now. He joined FIT at 16 to work on making a printer and later writing code for the leading service bureau. This eventually resulted in one of the first online price quoting tools. He then wrote one of the first software packages for creating lattices. This effort, in turn, morphed into Netfabb which was later…
 
Wilko geeft zijn horroroptredens graag namen en dus vertelt hij o.a. over Rondje Pontje, Ivanhoe, Tolkien en Arie Ribbens. Meer over Wilko vind je op www.wilkoterwijn.nl Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmedewerker, stagehand, technicus of jongerenwerker Tina zorg je dat Elektra blijft bestaan. Lid worden kan al vanaf €1 per maand op petje.af/ele…
 
Kataklysm frontman Maurizio Iacono is our guest this week. We discuss the band's latest album, Unconquered, how anxiety has driven his career and having to readjust during this time, how delaying releasing a record right now is not “metal," and whether he plans to start writing a new album right away because the band can't tour. Iacono also discuss…
 
Vincent vertelt vol enthousiasme over de knullige afkondiging door Ivo Niehe, die keer dat hij van het podium viel, mensen die met een slaande deur de zaal verlieten en natuurlijk de voorronde van zijn allereerste cabaretfestival in wegrestaurant Afrit De Meern.Meer over Vincent vind je op http://www.vincentbijlo.nl Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als…
 
What is Freedom? Types of Freedom – Political – Personal Is freedom a natural right or a political right? Primary definitions of (political) freedom Freedom From (religion, violence, government interference) Freedom to (be religious, masturbate, get an education) Freedom of (speech, movement, expression, choice) Satrean Freedom is apolitical – “phy…
 
Barney Greenway of Napalm Death is our guest this week. We discuss the band's first new album in five years, Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism, how he and bassist Shane Embury always argue about the sequence of songs on their records, and the non-metal bands that heavily influence Napalm Death. Barney also talks about how the world has changed…
 
Johnny Trash vertelt waarom je beter af kan gaan met een band dan in je eentje, over spelen in een zaal van 2000 man waar er maar vier inzitten en over een tournee langs Vlaamse gevangenissen waarbij het liedje 'Mooie meisjes zijn dooie meisjes' iets teveel herkenning opwekt. Meer over Johnny vind je op http://www.johnnytrash.be Word lid van de Ele…
 
Our guest this week is Kamelot and Seventh Wonder vocalist Tommy Karevik. We discuss all the preparation that went into creating the new Kamelot live album/DVD, I Am The Empire - Live From The 013, getting every special guest that they went after, his childhood love of Michael Jackson, transitioning from being a fan of pop to heavy metal, how the t…
 
Martijn vertelt over backstage gaan achter een struik op Vlieland, keihard kapot gaan in het Efteling Theater, optreden terwijl er in de zaal wordt getimmerd en een technicus die uit het theater weggaat om een volleybalwedstrijd te fluiten. Bij deze show is bijna een half uur bonusmateriaal dat alleen te beluisteren is door crewmembers van Elektra.…
 
What is Justice? (e.g. is it simply fairness?) Cardinal Virtue / First Virtue of Social institutions Kantian Justice – The preservation of human dignity, respecting a person as ends in themselves rather than a means to an end. Rawlsian Justice (aka Distributive Justice) – The fair and equal distribution of goods This includes more than just physica…
 
Black Crown Initiate guitarist Andy Thomas is our guest this week! We discuss the recording the band's new album during modern times, the return of guitarist Ethan McKenna, finding motivation, channeling the lowest points in his life into the record, avoiding the hatred of daily contemporary culture, trends in social media, the hard compromise of t…
 
Tuan is known universally by his first name alone. Like Madonna and Beyonce, everyone knows hi by just that one name. In Tuan’s case his fame is 3D printing specific and stems from his long history in 3D printing. Tuan has been working in our industry for over 17 years. Having started at color binder jetting company ZCorp, he later worked for 3D Sy…
 
Avatar vocalist Johannes Eckerström is our guest this week. We discuss how being controversial in metal is extremely hard work because of how far the genre has already pushed the edge, his band’s relationship with one visual director for over a decade, the realization that we have arrived in the dystopian world art has envisioned for ages, his jour…
 
What is Legitimacy In simplest terms this is a justification of validity, but how does that apply to politics? Theories of Legitimacy There is no legitimacy: political Legitimacy implies the right to use violence and the idea that some are worth more than others. This is immoral and untrue and thus itself illegitimate. Legitimacy by force and power…
 
Twikit is a mass customization startup that hopes to make many things parametric. With their software, companies can let consumers customize electronics, car parts or orthotics to their liking or fit. Martijn Joris is one of the co-founders of the Belgian firm. We spoke to him about mass customization, including the applications that have a high de…
 
Stuart tells about not being allowed to talk about cocaine when the only thing you know about the crowd is that they're clearly using a lot of cocaine, bombing as a TV warm-up in front of your comedyheroes, the trials and tribulations of a starting streetperformer and allowing yourself to take a break on stage, take a deep breath and carry on. Find…
 
Dee Snider is back on the show! This time we discuss his new live Blu Ray/DVD, For The Love of Metal Live, how the album's sole new track, "Prove me Wrong," is a statement to his fans, why a live DVD is what every music fan should embrace these days, and the immediate connection the songs from his latest solo album had with fans. We also tackle ple…
 
Obligation – Political Philosophy Chapter 2 We continue our second multi-chapter epiosode with a walk down Obligation. At the start we say we are going to be covering legitimacy and obligation, however we ran out of time, so will be covering off legitimacy next week. So what’s in this weeks episode? The key aspects, but not the entite conversation,…
 
What is Political Ethics? We ask the question tonight, ‘What is Political Ethics’ and discuss topics such as: Why is Morality important (to all parties) Legitimacy (covered in a later chapter) Perception of Voters Do all parties act in accordance with their moral compass at all times? We also cover off our what chapters to expect in the future, whi…
 
The Acacia Strain guitarist Devin Shidaker is our guest this week. We discuss releasing two albums in one year and the choice to surprise-release It Comes In Waves, why they need to take chances to keep their sound fresh instead of repeating past formats that worked, how streams are more important to the band than actual album sales, and the honor …
 
John Barnes is a key figure in industrializing 3D printing for aerospace. His career had him at key roles at key times for 3D printing at Honeywell, Lockheed, and Arconic. Now, with his own firm, The Barnes Group Advisors, Barnes wants to aid companies in the qualification of parts, manufacture using 3D printing, as well as implement the technology…
 
Jens vertelt over de show waar de voorzitter opende met 'Dames en heren, helaas konden we vandaag niet meer annuleren', die keer dat hij op het podium een epilepsieaanval kreeg en de show waarbij de organisatie een oude draaimolen had ingericht als podium. Meer over Jens vind je op https://jensdendoncker.be/ Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmede…
 
Subjective? Objective? Something Else? It is common to hear many reduce morality to it either being subjective or objective, but how accurate is that? Are people defining these terms properly? Are there correct definitions for the context? If one part of morality is subjective, does that make it all subjective? Well, tonight these two atheists, dis…
 
Witch Taint's Lance the King of Black Metal and Matthias Backwards, aka Dave Hill and Phil Costello, join the show this week. We discuss the origin of the band’s name, how they constantly have to prove how metal they are, how the slang words for "taint" differ by region, their ongoing beef with death metal, why worshipping Satan in your sleep is vi…
 
Thijs vertelt over gevraagd om te komen spelen verkleed als clown, de Zwarte Cross, een tour langs terrassen en natuurlijk over die keer dat de vrouw die het evenement organiseerde zijn microfoon afpakte om het buffet te openen. Meer over Thijs vind je op http://www.thijskemperink.nl Word lid van de Elektracrew! Als barmedewerker, stagehand, techni…
 
Phil Reeves is a very knowledgeable 3D printing consultant with strong opinions. He’s spent over 25 years working in additive manufacturing and, in that time, has conducted many significant, groundbreaking projects in the space. Reeves has done work on data, characterizing new 3D printing materials, industrializing new technologies, and bringing ne…
 
Free Will Having discussed moral theories at length over the past few weeks we chosen (seemingly) to do a post on free will, and are determined to work out if it truly exists or not, as well as the impact it has on morality. Our Discussion on Free Well includes (but is not limited to): What is Free Will? What other definitions are of free will? Wha…
 
Voivod guitarist Daniel “Chewy” Mongrain is our guest this week. We discuss the Canadian perspective on the recent protests inspired by the murder of George Floyd and his country's response to the pandemic, he looks back on Voivod's most recent studio album, The Wake, tells us about how Voivod got invited to play the Montreal International Jazz Fes…
 
Claudia de Breij vertelt over háár ervaringen met jongerencentrum Elektra, hoe optreden voor een stugge zaal vergelijkbaar is met sex en over die keer dat zij zichzelf in Maastricht na drie trappistenbiertjes hilarisch vond maar het publiek haar adviseerde om eens te gaan kijken bij tonpraters.Meer over Claudia vind je op http://www.claudiadebreij.…
 
Nietzsche’s Critique of Morality To finish our conversations walking through the various moral theories in the last 11 chapters, we felt we should provide Nietzsche’s Critique of Morality, largely from his book ‘On the Genealogy of Morality‘ We Discuss: Morality through power struggle. Whether different types of people need different standards of m…
 
Volumes vocalist Michael Barr is our guest this week. We talk about his journey from exiting Volumes to eventually returning to the band, and we get an update on the band's next album. Michaels tells us about their recently-released standalone single, "Pixelate," its message about the dangers of growing up staring at a computer screen, the digital …
 
Tonight we embark on our last chapter of specific moral theories and our penultimate chapter of episode 2. Moral Subjectivism and Relativism We discuss a number of topics around subjective and relative morality. What these terms actually mean. What it would mean if morality was wholly subjective or wholly relative. Common misconceptions folks have …
 
The Sword axeman Kyle Shutt is our guest this week. We discuss the recent release of two rarity, b-side and live compilations, Chronology 2006-2018 and Conquest of Kingdoms, the difference between the two, and the effects of taking a hiatus as a band after 15 years. We also discuss how Primus brought the band back together, how the death of Neil Pe…
 
In this episode of 3DPOD, Max and I were joined by Ramon Pastor, Interim President, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP inc. He is responsible for HP’s 3D Multi Jet Fusion business and heads up HP’s Barcelona Campus, as well. We interviewed Pastor previously about adding value with AM and he wrote an article for 3DPrint.com about making the w…
 
Legendary thrash metal vocalist Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth (Overkill) is our guest this week. We discuss his supergroup cover band, BPMD (featuring Mike Portnoy, Phill Demmel, and Mark Menghi), we break down their album track by track as he shares his memories of seeing the songs performed live in the 1970s, learn how Saturday Night Special and bustin…
 
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