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The Ultimate explores the life, death, and legacy of Matthias Sindelar. He was arguably the greatest soccer player of his day, leading the Austrian National Team on a historic unbeaten streak in the 20s and 30s. Before Messi, Ronaldo, or even Pele...Matthias Sindelar helped change the game of soccer, earning the nicknames The Mozart of Football and The Paper Man because his small frame deceived defenders and made him a formidable striker. Then suddenly, it all ended. He and his fiancee died ...
 
From Genesis to Revelation è una trasmissione dedicata al rock-progressive: sebbene sporadicamente attiva già da molti anni, a partire dall’estate del 1999 con il consolidamento del palinsesto e della redazione ha iniziato a trasmettere regolarmente un’ora di rock progressivo alla settimana. La redazione è composta da Renato Scuffietti, collaboratore di lunga data di Radio Popolare con un grande passione per il prog canonico dei megagruppi dei seventies e dalla ondata albionica di newprog (M ...
 
Stories of the life of faith at St. Matthias United Methodist Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia. This includes reflections, interviews and Sunday sermons, Your host is our pastor, Rev. Bert Cloud. You can find us at stmatthiasumc.org or on Facebook and Instragram @stmatthiasumc. (C) St. Matthias UMC. All Rights Reserved Cover art photo provided by Nong Vang on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@californong
 
Podcast is a great clinical culture for Knowledge dissemination, constructive arguments & deep discussions. One more way in which the MICCAI community is different from those who we serve. Introducing "AI-ready Healthcare", my podcast to bridge this gap. I invite fellow researchers from both communities to talk about the translational aspects of AI research into clinical care. Often we converse with my co-host Henry Krumb.
 
The Science behind the Wim Hof Method | Dina and Matthias Wittfoth both majored in Psychology and hold PhDs in Neuroscience. They are avid fans of the Wim Hof Method which has helped them to take their lives to a new level both personally as well as professionally. This podcast is for you if you are eager to learn more about the scientific facts behind the Wim Hof Method from an educated and reliable source. Join us and find out why guided breathing, cold exposure, and mental focus are so ex ...
 
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Exploring the space between art and business. Business can learn from art and vice versa! Start to bridge the gap and gain insights from the other side. You will find that these two seemingly different fields have more skills and methods in common than you might have thought...
 
A podcast about finding answers to questions, or finding experts who can answer them. Host: Matthias Bohlen from twolve.it, the platform where questions and answers truly connect. Wonder what "twolve" means? It's a new verb, a combination of "tweet" and "solve", and it describes the new way to solve problems and get the answers to your questions.
 
Apart from live in the club, there is nowhere better to immerse yourself in the sounds of Moon Harbour than on the monthly radio show. It first started in 2010 and since then has been hosted by label manager and artist Dan Drastic, who has now helmed more than 100 episodes. The one hour show is an exclusive window into the label's hottest current, and future, tracks, and often features special guest mixes from close friends and family.
 
The Alternative Investments Club on Clubhouse has access to the world's leading investors, fund managers, finance experts and market wizards. With this podcast we make the Club sessions available to a wider audience as we dive into the exciting world of Alternative Investments - financial assets beyond the traditional equity/income/cash categories, e.g. hedge funds, private equity, venture capital, commodity trading advisors, private debt/alternative credit, CTAs, collectibles, digital asset ...
 
Join director Jacques Audiard (A Prophet, A Beat that my Heart Skipped) and Matthias Schoenaerts (Bullhead) as they discuss their upcoming film ‘Rust and Bone’. After suddenly finding himself in charge of his young son, Ali (Schoenaerts) takes refuge in Antibes where he meets Stephanie (Marion Cotillard), a killer whale trainer. When a performance ends in tragedy for Stephanie, a call to Ali brings them closer together.This critically acclaimed film was a Palme d’Or nominee at the 65th Canne ...
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS is all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 17:30 UTC.
 
Humanity's History certainly knows some great figures- yet not all of those are well known to us. This show aims at introducing and shedding light upon the figures who, without a doubt, were important but are overlooked by "PopHistory". Season 1 deals with August von Gneisenau, an officer who was one of the main forces of resistance against Napoleon in the Kingdom of Prussia and was very heavily involved in the Army Reforms starting in 1806. Season 2 deals with Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., the fou ...
 
Lawyer on Air - where I pour you a glass of wine at my favorite virtual wine bar in Tokyo while you listen to inspirational inside stories from my guests, as we relax and talk about what it’s like in life, and in the law, for women lawyers in Japan.
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS is all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 17:30 UTC.
 
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Matthias Kirshner explains Free Software Foundation Europe's unique and delightful approach to educating government, the public and fellow hackers on the virtues of free software. Kirshner also shares his new book, "Ada & Zangemann: A Tale of Software, Skateboards, and Raspberry Ice Cream." Great discussion with Doc Searls and Simon Phipps on FLOSS…
 
The private sector has a key role to play in investing in climate change adaptation – and yet, currently, only 1.6% of all adaptation funding comes from private investment.Matthias Berninger is the Head of Sustainability and Public Affairs at Bayer, but he’s seen many sides of the food and agriculture space over the course of his career: in the pub…
 
What drives shifts in fertility, parenting styles & women's rights?What explains global heterogeneity and change over time?Culture or economics?Join me as I debate Professor Matthias Doepke at the London School of Economicshttps://www.lse.ac.uk/economics/people/faculty/matthias-doepkeWe discuss:“Love, Money & Parenting” with Fabrizio Zilibottihttps…
 
The last few years have seen an explosion of new investment and startups to serve leading procurement organizations. While procurement is certainly worthy of such attention and enablement, they are also the ‘innovation gateway’ for the company as a whole. Keeping them inspired is a critical job - one that this week’s guest takes personally. Matthia…
 
Jason Griffey of NISO is the guest this week on FLOSS Weekly. Aaron Newcomb and Doc Searls talk with Griffey about all the lessons we should all be learning from the successes, failures and future implications of his LibraryBox project. A great discussion on standards, open hardware and privacy. Hosts: Doc Searls and Aaron Newcomb Guest: Jason Grif…
 
Jason Griffey of NISO is the guest this week on FLOSS Weekly. Aaron Newcomb and Doc Searls talk with Griffey about all the lessons we should all be learning from the successes, failures and future implications of his LibraryBox project. A great discussion on standards, open hardware and privacy. Hosts: Doc Searls and Aaron Newcomb Guest: Jason Grif…
 
Rémy Rioux is chief executive officer of the French Development Agency, or AFD. But before that, in 2015, he worked as chief negotiator on the finance track of the landmark Paris Agreement on climate. Since then the United Nations Conference of the Parties has grown into a behemoth, with COP 27 in Egypt attracting 40,000 people. Devex sat down with…
 
Andrew Janowczyk is an assistant professor at Emory University, USA. Andrew’s research focuses on applying computer vision and machine learning algorithms to digital pathology. His key area of expertise is in leveraging deep learning to build computational models for aiding pathologists in many common tasks, such as disease detection and cancer gra…
 
From Genesis to Revelation è una trasmissione dedicata al rock-progressive: sebbene sporadicamente attiva già da molti anni, a partire dall’estate del 1999 con il consolidamento del palinsesto e della redazione ha iniziato a trasmettere regolarmente un’ora di rock progressivo alla settimana. La redazione è composta da Renato Scuffietti, collaborato…
 
It is not easy to strike a balance between the need for speed, control, and compliance. Get it right and you’ve unlocked the X factor. Get it wrong and the customer experience will suffer. The business wants more convenience but procurement is wired to ensure control. Can procurement satisfy both at the same time? In this session from Mastermind LI…
 
Akiko Araki shows us that in addition to big law there is another way to do law in Japan. Your way. Akiko is the founder and Managing Partner of Araki International IP & Law. We follow her career from her first inspiration to be a lawyer to cleverly setting up her own practice when she transitioned into studying IP law. If you enjoyed this episode …
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
At the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, the calls for the restructuring of multilateral development banks are echoing through the halls, with the hopes that with reforms, finance will flow more readily to lower-income countries to allow them to green their economies and help their populations adapt to the cha…
 
Matthias Kirshner explains Free Software Foundation Europe's unique and delightful approach to educating government, the public and fellow hackers on the virtues of free software. Kirshner also shares his new book, "Ada & Zangemann: A Tale of Software, Skateboards, and Raspberry Ice Cream." Great discussion with Doc Searls and Simon Phipps on FLOSS…
 
In this series, we discuss interesting thoughts from philosophy and how they apply to everyday life, but we do it in small portions that you can listen to during a lunch break or a short commute. Today, we have a look at virtues, as ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle understood them. Virtues like kindness or courage are good properties of characte…
 
The procurement talent landscape has always been complex, and the last few years have accelerated the rate of change and amplified the impact on companies of all sizes. First there was the pandemic, and the transition to working from home. This gave way to the Great Resignation, which saw people leaving their jobs in droves. Some exited the workfor…
 
Surprise Series! #3 of 4. Spanish American Nina Otero-Warren (1881-1965) was a suffragist, Progressive educator, woman's club member, public health and social welfare board member, and writer. She worked for formal and informal mediation between Hispanos, Anglo Americans, and Indians. She was instrumental in the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment,…
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
Extreme weather devastated Sierra Leone’s capital city of Freetown in 2017 when torrential rains led to landslides that killed over 1,000 people. Now the city’s population is grappling with temperature increases and population swells due to people migrating from rural areas as erratic rainfall makes subsistence farming less sustainable. Freetown Ma…
 
This year world leaders have gathered at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Summit, or COP 27, as people around the world grapple with a food security crisis.An estimated 828 million people are chronically food insecure, and 345 million people are at crisis levels or worse. They are in need of food assistance as conflict, climate shocks, and th…
 
Robin Gareus joins Doc Searls and Jonathan Bennett to discuss Ardour Digital Audio Workstation and how open source audio editing is changing across fields ranging from movie-making to podcasting. It's a great look at this open source program on FLOSS Weekly. Hosts: Doc Searls and Jonathan Bennett Guest: Robin Gareus Download or subscribe to this sh…
 
Robin Gareus joins Doc Searls and Jonathan Bennett to discuss Ardour Digital Audio Workstation and how open source audio editing is changing across fields ranging from movie-making to podcasting. It's a great look at this open source program on FLOSS Weekly. Hosts: Doc Searls and Jonathan Bennett Guest: Robin Gareus Download or subscribe to this sh…
 
The Bezos Earth Fund is Jeff Bezos's $10 billion commitment to fund scientists, activists, NGOs, and other actors that will drive climate and nature solutions. In this episode of COPcast, Devex’s President and Editor-in-Chief Raj Kumar sat down with Andrew Steer, the fund’s CEO, to talk about the kind of projects he’s interested in and some misconc…
 
In this series, we discuss interesting thoughts from philosophy and how they apply to everyday life, but we do it in small portions that you can listen to during a lunch break or a short commute. Today, we have a look at emotions. It seems like emotions can always get in the way of our intentions to behave right. Greed, love, anger seem to make mor…
 
Professor Rückert’s field of research is the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning and their application to medicine and healthcare. His research focuses on (1) the development of innovative algorithms for biomedical image acquisition, image analysis and image interpretation – especially in the areas of image reconstruction, reg…
 
In 2009 then President of the Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed, made headlines when he held a cabinet meeting underwater to highlight the risk of global warming for small island states like the Maldives. Projections show that by 2100 the island could be submerged by rising sea levels. Since then Nasheed has been working to ensure that the demands of the m…
 
What does it take to formulate an ambitious vision and then go hands-on to bring it to fruition? Tony Uphoff is a growth advisor, tech mentor, and turn around expert. He was the President and CEO at Thomas (formerly ThomasNet), and personally drove the effort to transform the 100 year old business into a modern media enterprise, what he calls a “12…
 
Surprise Series. Episode #2 of 4. There was once a young, deaf Black man, and I’m not going to tell you his real name because those records are private, so we’ll just call him Levi. Levi lived on a farm in the Hudson Valley region of New York State. According to his patient case file, he was incarcerated at the Matteawan State Hospital because he m…
 
The climate justice movement aims to put people at the center of climate change. And in the last few years, young people have mobilized around the issue, often led by young climate activists. At the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP 27, youth climate activists came together to launch the first children and youth pavilion, which …
 
Maria Abe shows us that anything is possible with a little bit of an adventurous heart and a willingness to try new things even when you are unsure. Maria has navigated the challenges of starting her career during the World Financial Crisis of 2009 and takes us on a fascinating journey of how she came to be a practicing lawyer in Japan. A truly ins…
 
Climate change affects everyone, but for many young people, it represents the risk of a stolen future. According to the World Bank, by the time many of the teenage climate activists of today are in their late 20s, climate change could force an additional 100 million people into extreme poverty.In the fourth episode of COPcast, Devex sat down with J…
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
Around 80% of the farmland in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia is managed by smallholder farmers who provide up to 80% of the food supply in these regions. Extreme weather events fueled by climate change, such as droughts and flooding, are making their livelihoods unsustainable in some parts of the world, driving mass migration and fueling poverty and m…
 
Extreme weather is ravaging countries across the African continent, with historic droughts, floods, and cyclones creating endless loops of humanitarian disasters. The Horn of Africa is on the brink of famine, and Nigeria was hit with the worst floods in over a decade. In the lead-up to the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP 27, i…
 
If you care about Linux and what goes into maintaining the kernel, you know how important Greg Kroah-Hartman is to stable releases and much more. On this can't-miss episode of FLOSS Weekly, Kroah-Hartman gives deep, knowing, and good-humored answers to questions from Doc Searls, Katherine Druckman, and Jonathan Bennett. Hosts: Doc Searls, Jonathan …
 
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