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FRESH MIXES EVERY TUESDAY and WEDSNDAY We are EMMJ. We mix around and stuff. We have friends. Who DJ on this podcast. We are your favorite DJs and we know it. Tell the truth you love us right. RIGHT. That is our preview of the podcast😁 linktr.ee/yourfavoritedjs
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Conversations with founders and thought leaders in the orbit of HBA's robust fashion and lifestyle practice. How are fashion brands conceived, how do they scale, and how do questions of personal style interact with the broader business of fashion? This is a dialogue about creativity and its impact on our lives, hosted by HBA's head of Fashion and Lifestyle and noted fashion law professor, Douglas Hand. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Sit down, have a drink (unless you're driving) and join Susi and Randall as they talk about their crazy lives in these boring times. Every week they will be making a fancy cocktail based off your suggestions. Tune in on Wednesdays for unscripted embarrassing stories, unnecessary life advice, but most importantly a good time.
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The Enigma Machine. The B2 stealth bomber. The poisoned-tipped umbrella. Napoleon’s Briefcase of Secrets. As long as there has been conflict, there have been spies, and as long as there have been spies, there have been incredible gadgets and iconic objects. These are the stories of the tools that power the world of espionage, hosted by Alice Loxton. Hit FOLLOW to get episodes every week. Get episodes early and ad-free with Spyscape+.
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Elevate Your Grind was created by Cannabis LAB (Law, Accounting, & Business) as a way to expand our Cannabis Professional association to the industry as a whole. Each week we interview experts, entrepreneurs, advocates, and other amazing people in Cannabis. We hope you'll join us on our journey through the Cannabis Industry!!
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The NY NOW Podcast brings real-life education, strategies, and ideas to our community through conversations and webinars that are relevant to our industry. NY NOW is a modern wholesale experience for retailers and specialty buyers who are looking for a rich diverse range of new products and exciting new brands. Located in the heart of NYC, the NY NOW tradeshow is a community driving style, success, discovery, innovation and collaboration. Visit us at https://nynow.com to learn more!
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HP Wide Format Print Lab

HP Wide Format Print Lab

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Join us and learn about HP’s amazing technology in large format print. This is where you can find meaningful print solution interviews, useful tips and strategies to streamline and increase productivity for your print business and your customers. Channel innovative ideas and reach a new plane of performance with meaningful print solutions that fit beautifully into your business. Elevate your productivity and provide a sense of pride for all that you do. We will also dive in about how HP Wide ...
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What is life REALLY like for African-Americans living In the Middle? What does In the Middle really mean (class, geography, spirituality, family)? What are OUR stories? And how do we navigate life In the Middle? Join Denesha, Nicole, Carrie, Thea, and Nya as we explore the individual stories that form our collective narrative.
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Unbridled Minds

Conspiracy Theories. Aliens, Government Secrets, Secret Societies, False Flags, Media Bias and More!

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What's possible? What's implausible? Come join us at Unbridled Minds, Where we talk all things related to conspiracy theories and where all things are plausible. We discuss issues such as Alien Existence, Technology, Q, QAnon, Secret Societies, False Flags, Declassified Government Secrets, Mind Control, Mr. Pool, Crypto and all kinds of other related issues. Conspiracy No More!
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Accelerating Autonomy – the AI-Drive Race to the Future. Melbourne Marvels: Majestic Movie Magic Manifests at University. Cinematic Clarity: Sydney’s Cinematographer Shines with Superb 18K Technology. Ad Clicks for Votes: The Power of Social Media in Swinging Elections. Digital Doubles Debate: Decoding Deepfakes with Tech Titans. Supercomputer Sale…
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This Episodes Questions: Guy's Questions: With mothers day around the corner, I plan on knocking out a couple of small jewelry boxes. Mitered corners and book matched grain for a seamless look. 2 questions leading into this project. The first is more likely for Guy. In the past my boxes have been cut to 45.1 degrees to ensure a closed outside corne…
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Blue Batteries for Baby Safety: A Colourful Caution against Coin Cells. Printed Perfection: Pioneering Progress in Polymer Palaces. AI Alert Advances: Saving Lives with Smart Technology. Password Protection Paradigm: UK’s Pioneering Policy. Rapid Rails: Revolutionising US Travel with Speed and Sustainability. Phishing Fiasco: Foiling a Formidable F…
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Scooter Surge: Self-Sailing E-Scooters Set to Simplify City Streets. Smartphone Savvy Tots: Tackling Tech Trends in Tiny Hands. Slope Storing Success: Securing Snow Seasons against Climate Change. Fuel-Efficient Futures: Google Guides Greener Paths. Sunny Shares: A Community's Solar Solution Sprouts in Australia. Tinder’s ‘Share My Date’: A Safer S…
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This Episodes Questions: Brian's Questions: I'm so curious about the Laguna bandsaws that Guy used at work. Long time listeners of this podcast could easily believe that Laguna bandsaw tables are at knee height and unusable. But I have a Laguna 14/12 and the table is at 35", which seems really normal, and I'm pretty tall. All the other Laguna saws …
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Precision Paintball Protection: A Closer Look at AI-Enhanced Home Security. Smart Security: Swann's AI Doorbell Deters Dubious Doorstep Dwellers. Magnetic Marvels: China’s Maglev Might Makes 4,000 km/h Milestone. Batteries Buzzing in Backyards: Power Tools Pivot from Petrol. Step-Powered Purification: Body Static Fuels Water Safety. Griefbots and G…
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Robotic Rendezvous: Apple's Ambitious Automation Ambitions. Masts Multiply, Mobiles Maximised: The 5G Leap for Longer Battery Life. Sydney Scam Storm: Millions of Misleading Messages Mailed. AI Alerts Against Addiction: Battling the Bondage of the Screen. Digital Dexterity: Remembering with AI's Assistance. Autopilot Agony: Tesla Settles After Fata…
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This Episode's Questions: Brian's Questions: Gentlemen, First, I hope you all know that the sounds that pop through occasionally from your families in the background don't make a bad podcast; they make you human and THAT is part of what makes your podcast great. On the subject of families, I have 3 young sons (6, 4, 2 years old) that love "helping"…
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On this episode I am joined by sustainable designer Angel Chang to discuss her process "from seed to button" of garment production, the critical issue of the environmental impact of fashion, and indigenous craftsmanship and traditional knowledge as a solution to climate change. Listen in! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Fibre Optic Feats: Breaking Bandwidth Barriers with Astonishing Speeds. Thermal Thrills: Bentley's Blazing Breakthrough in Night Vision Tech. Paper Planes and Robotic Precision: A Soaring Success. Breath-Powered Batteries: Body Oxygen Fuels Future Implants. Vinyl Victories: Spin Success Stories Surpass CDs Second Year Straight. Artificial Aptitude:…
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Can you ever truly suppress a curious mind? If there was one aim of Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution, it was that. The lauded writer Jung Chang joins Alice Loxton to revisit a childhood characterized by surveillance and prohibition. But even in Communist China – at a time when pins bearing the face of the great leader were worn on every chest – cur…
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Nursebots Navigating: Silicon Valley’s AI Solution to Healthcare. Chess by Thought: Neuralink’s Novel Noggin Navigation. Spintronics Sparks Smarts: A Leap into Brain-like Computing. Fukushima’s Flight: Drones Dive into Decades – Long Debris Dilemma. Solar Spectacle: Smartphone Sleuths Sought for Sun Study. AI Alliances: Advancing against Internatio…
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This Episodes Questions: Brian's Questions: Hey guys I have a kinda lengthy question, so new to woodworking and I’ve been listening to your guys podcast and really like it!! Very helpful! Question #1 is it better to have a good table saw blade over a good saw #2 is it better to have a good table saw over a good incra fence!? Back story I have a del…
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Where does a leader like Fidel Castro place his trust? The answer comes in the form of a box of romantic mementos, carried from Cuba to Russia. Print designer Manya Kullman tells Alice Loxton the story of her grandmother, Galina, a KGB spy who won the affections of a revolutionary leader at the height of the Cold War – and who kept his keepsakes cl…
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Signal Shift: Steering Towards Self-Driving Safety. Vegemite’s Vital Role in Vanquishing Vexing E-Waste Volumes. WindWing Wonders: Revolutionising Shipping with Sails. Creative Carbon: Ballooning the Boundaries of Energy Storage. Remarkable Recycling: Transforming Timber Trash into Trendy Trinkets. Aussie Abodes’ AI Ambition: Supercharging Suburban…
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What would you need to go it alone behind enemy lines? For the agents of the notoriously brave Special Operations Executive in World War II, a select toolkit of spy gadgets represented the difference between life and death. Design Museum CEO Tim Marlow and host Alex Loxton discuss the groundbreaking folding motorcycle that accompanied SEO operative…
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Data on the Drive: Automakers and Insurers Have a Secret Pact. Airbnb Axes Indoor Cameras: A Clear Victory for Visitor Privacy. Digital Doppelgängers: Alexsandrah’s AI Alter Ego Aims for Modelling Marvel. Quantum Quest: Google’s Grand Gamble for Practical Purposes. Pioneering Plastics: Paco Industries Propels PET into Perpetual Recycling. Sensation…
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This Episodes Questions: Brians Questions: Hi guys! Love the podcast, as always. My question for you guys this time is about design. Specifically, it's about design based on that "special" piece of lumber. For example, I purchased a large piece of mahogany in the late 1990's to build electric guitars. I made two guitars from it and was left with a …
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How does the old spy regard himself, when he’s left alone with his thoughts? The answer to this question can be found in the aborted memoir of one of the most notorious traitors in history: Kim Philby. Screenwriter Alexander Cary and host Alice Loxton unpick the inner workings of a complicated spy. From SPYSCAPE, the home of secrets. A Cup And Nuzz…
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Smartwatch Saviours: The Wearable Tech Guarding Lives. Jolly JAX: Xero’s Chatbot Charges into Invoice Chasing. Scam Surge Scare: Telcos Tackle Troublesome Text Regulation. Solar Seas: Illuminating the Depths with Autonomous Underwater Explorers. Self-Driving Surge: Waymo’s Widespread Wheels Win Regulatory Nod. Futuristic Feasts: 3D-Printed Protein …
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#nerdbirds Rachel and Sebastian adjust to economy seating on a Porter Airlines flight to San Francisco, and share highlights from Toronto—where residents are chatty and poutine rules the day. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nerdbirds/message
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If Nijo Jinya’s walls could talk, what story would they tell? World-renowned architect Kengo Kuma joins host Alice Loxton to discuss a still-standing Kyoto guest house where, in Japan’s Edo era, power was bought and sold, and silent ninjas stalked the corridors in search of secrets. From SPYSCAPE, the home of secrets. A Cup And Nuzzle production. S…
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Breathtaking Barbie Buzz: Pink Phones Poised to Provoke. Titanium Transformation: Trailblazing Tech Tackles Tough Tasks. Porcine Pioneers: Gene-Edited Pigs Poised to Prevent PRRS Pandemic. Digital Deities: The Dilemma of AI Afterlives. Doom on the Lawn: Mowing down Hellpawn with Husqvarna’s High-Tech Mower. Swifties’ Streaming Surge: Telstra Tackle…
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This Episodes Questions: Brians Questions I have a question for you about glueing up table aprons. And I’m mostly referring to large dining tables. The aprons I’m making are generally w 8/4 stock roughly 4” width. I can manage to get the legs and the aprons milled and cut square. All my joinery is w dominoes. Whenever I do the glue up everything is…
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On this episode I talk art, fashion and DMV style with Washington Wizards creative collaborator and visual artist Chris Pyrate. We discuss how fashion design can allow consumers personal artistic and sylistic flair, sports team colorways and how they can speak to a city and it's populace and the difference between fashion labeled "street" vs. "urba…
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What’s it like to be the child of a world-famous spy? Gary Powers Jr. takes his name and his inspiration from his father, Francis Gary Powers – the pilot of the U2 spy plane that was shot down over the Soviet Union in 1960, sparking a major Cold War crisis. Here, Powers and host Alice Loxton discuss the legendary U2, and the life of its most famous…
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Synthetic Spectacles: Sora’s Stir in AI Video Generation. Mars Habitat Huddle: Volunteers Wanted for Nasa’s Next Simulation Sojourn. Social Media Showdown: Cities Sue for the Sake of Young Minds. Space Junk Sleuth: Astroscale’s Orbital Odyssey. Current Creations: Diving into the Depths of Tidal Turbine Triumphs. Brilliant Brains behind BioSpine: Pi…
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Tracklist: 1 | JVKE, Twinsick Vs. Castion, Jack & James | Golden Hour (Kastra "Take It Back" Edit) 2 | Rihanna Vs. Feb, KPLR & Nadia Gattas | This Is What You Came For (Andrew Marks "Heaven" Edit) 3 | Post Malone w. Doja Cat x Lucas & Steve & twocolors | I Like You (A Happier Song) [Dark Intensity 'Another Life' Edit] 4 | LISA | Money 5 | Pokemon |…
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Who pays for all the King’s secrets? In between the lines of a tired old accounts ledger, a hidden history of espionage and scandal lies in wait. Antiquarian bookseller Tom Ayling and host Alice Loxton guide us through the secret affairs of King William III – with direct access to the payments that he kept away from prying eyes. From SPYSCAPE, the …
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Robocall Ruckus: FCC Fights AI Fraud Ahead of Elections. Debunking Deepfakes: Google's Gamble on Authenticity Assurance. Frozen Foundations: 3D-Printed Ice Innovates Organ Transplants. Stellar Synthesis: Esa’s Space Station Metal 3D Printer Sets New Frontiers. Sensational Sensors: Prosthetic Provides Phantom Feelings of Hot and Cold. Daring Doors: …
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