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The Biblical Anarchy Podcast

Libertarian Christian Institute

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The Biblical Anarchy Podcast was created by Jacob Winograd as a project of the Libertarian Christian Institute, with the purpose of making the case for a free society and decentralized governance based on Biblical principles of limited authority and imitating Christ’s example of the leader/servant. If we render unto God what is God’s, we cannot bow down to Caesar or render anything unto him except that which he deserves. The podcast consists of exploring different Bible passages, anarchist t ...
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This podcast is part of the Chaos Group Labs. In this podcast, we talk to our friends, find out what they are doing, talk about what we are doing, and generally look at all things that interest us including CGI, VFX, Design, Rendering, Raytracing, an d any other CG Nerdy stuff.
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Minimum Competence

Andrew and Gina Leahey

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The idea is that this podcast can accompany you on your commute home and will render you minimally competent on the major legal news stories of the day. The transcript is available in the form of a newsletter at www.minimumcomp.com. www.minimumcomp.com
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KP Talks Dollars and Sense helps you learn financial literacy and provides real-time updates on all things housing, finance, and real estate with your host Kevin Peranio. As an owner and C-level executive for 20 plus years in finance, KP is here to serve you with all of his knowledge and experience. Tune in each week for more episodes. Kevin Peranio does not render or offer to render personalized investment or tax advice through KP Talks Dollars and Sense. The information provided is for inf ...
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Render Unto Caesar

Joshua Campbell

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Render Unto Caesar seeks to dissect the connection between religion and the public sphere. This series is originally aired on 91.3 FM Community Radio in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and then transferred to podcast.
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Rendered

Julie Sabatier

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Rendered (formerly Destination DIY) finds stories about getting creative, making meaning, and breaking rules. We are an independent show from the public radio world carefully crafted for an audience of makers, doers, and curious minds. We are proud to be a part of Maximum Fun family of podcasts.
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On this show where we’ll take a deep dive into the various nerd and pop culture topics from Marvel, DC, and Star Wars to movies, video games and so much more. My name is RTG, just a simple nerd, here to help you breakdown, consume, and enjoy your own piece of the Nerd Galaxy. Join the conversation on Nerd Render!
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Mograph Podcast

Dave Koss & Matt Milstead

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Dave Koss & Matt Milstead of Mograph.com discuss the world of Cinema 4D and Motion Graphics. With many regular, big-name guests from the industry. Regular topics are anything from Cinema 4D tips & tricks to features & woes. After Effects, Render Engines like Octane, Redshift and Arnold, or even Hardware configurations. We'll even get into industry discussions like clients, contracts, and work efficiency. Join us each week while we catch up on what we've learned and what we're learning.
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Listen the story behind the science. SciPod boasts a rich reputation of bringing a new, authentic and easy communication style to lovers of science and technology. Best of all, you can listen for free! So what are you waiting for, click play and start enjoying.
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Still Rendering

Mohamed Ali Elseify

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This is a Podcast where we bring on some of your favorite content creators to discuss Social media, Content creation, and The Digital World Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/still-rendering/support
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The Farmers Story features farmers, ranchers, agriculture educators, and more as we seek to advocate for agriculture through the stories and experiences of real-life people. Hear their incredible recounts of the struggles and blessings that working in agriculture brings, and how they fulfill their mission to feed the world.
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Rendering Unconscious Podcast & Trapartisan Radio Support our work at Patreon, where we post exclusive content every week: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Your support is HUGELY appreciated! Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst based in Sweden, who works with people internationally. Dr. Sinclair interviews fellow psychoanalysts, psychologists, creative arts therapists, writers, artists, scholars, poets, philosophers and other intellectuals ab ...
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Bodied

Ashley McLeish

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Bodied is a true crime podcast aimed at bringing awareness of all the despicable crimes that happen while keeping the names of these victims alive and render the justice they deserve
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An orphaned monster and his human embark on a search for his family in this fun-for-all-ages comedy about best friends doing kind things for strangers. ••• Meet Riley and Render. Roommates. Best friends. There's just one small hitch. Riley is a young, career-focused woman with a little bit of burnout and Render... well, he's a monster. When Render admits feelings of sadness over not knowing who he is or where he comes from, Riley makes a bold choice: find his family, whatever the cost. Have ...
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I am dedicated to improve the quality of life worldwide by creating products and services with like-minded individuals with a common purpose to live and work in a prosperous environment that encourages productivity so can improve the quality of service we render to our families, communities, cities and ultimately our nations http://authorwebservices-vip.net/gem/AuthorHouse/760081/
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Osmosis

Osmosis Media

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A science focused podcast bringing together Jamie McMillan (aspiring scientist) and Calum Morris (really good teacher) to breakdown a scientific paper into deliciously digestible morsels.
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COFFEE & VR

Rendered Reality

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A weekly VR PODCAST, where we discuss everything in the world of virtual reality. We typically discuss what is big in VR news, along with new gear, games, and tricks to give you the best VR experience. Our live YouTube show, called COFFEE & VR, is filmed on Saturdays at 11am EST and we encourage everyone to join us. But for all of you who like to listen while at work, driving, or even while playing VR, this audio version is for you. If there's something you'd like us to discuss on next weeks ...
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The Bear Grease Podcast with host Clay Newcomb delivers compelling storytelling through documentary-style episodes exploring the culture, traditions, and history of rural America. He’ll dive in deep with hunters, biologists, anthropologists, and hillbillies to learn about human nature and our ancient connection to the land. Bear Grease explores unique people, topics, and stories that reveal the incredible value of life lived close to the land. Part of the MeatEater Podcast Network.
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An podcast about modern browser technology and the things people build with it. We’re talking WebAssembly, WebRTC, WebGL, WebGPU, WebSockets, WebCodecs, WebTransport, Web-everything.
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Welcome to our daily inspiration program, with Elder Cheryl Monroe, tackling everyday topics that will empower and build you up. This broadcast will render transformation of the mind and heart, while healing open wounds offering practical and spiritual solutions to life journey. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cheryl10/support
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The Queens Supreme Court podcast is the hilarious spinoff of the hit online series “The Queens Supreme Court” with Ts Madison. The premise of the weekly satirical show is to discuss pop culture and all the hot social media trends, topics and gossip THEN try them as cases, render judgements and sentence the crimes accordingly to determine the ultimate fate of each celebrity!
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Play Things: A Theatre Creator Podcast

Gabriel Escobedo & Aeryn Jimenez

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This podcast will go over a new play every episode. In it, We'll be discussing plays of different genres, plots, and formats. In each episode we'll have fun and do our best to point out monologues we think are fun or useful for auditions, possible renderings for costumes, and potential scene design choices. Hosted by Gabriel Escobedo and Aeryn Jimenez.
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AWS Podcast

Amazon Web Services

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The Official AWS Podcast is a podcast for developers and IT professionals looking for the latest news and trends in storage, security, infrastructure, serverless, and more. Join Simon Elisha and Hawn Nguyen-Loughren for regular updates, deep dives, launches, and interviews. Whether you’re training machine learning models, developing open source projects, or building cloud solutions, the Official AWS Podcast has something for you.
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On this Bear Grease Render, Clay Newcomb is joined by Kolby Morehead, of Bear Hunting Magazine, along with Misty Newcomb and Josh “Landbridge” Spielmaker. Clay brings the heat playing his original song “Ballad of Backwoodsman.” The group discusses long-range shooting and bear hunting. Dr. Misty Newcomb takes a deep dive into her field of expertise,…
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Topics discussed: Stadium renderings from the State of Kansas leaked Travis Kelce becomes the highest paid tight end Patrick Mahomes, Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith at WWE Raw Use promo code FARZIN for $20 off SeatGeek for first time customers! Follow Farzin on: Facebook Instagram X/Twitter TikTok Follow The Chiefs Zone on: YouTube Facebook Instagra…
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Discover how AWS Deadline Cloud simplifies rendering for media creators. Former VFX artists Pauline Koh and Sean Wallitsch explain how this service allows rapid cloud render farm deployment, elastic scaling, cost control, and customization - accelerating production for VFX, animation, gaming, architectural viz, and beyond.…
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23rd Mind TV! Episode 16, April 2024.Join us at Patreon where we post exclusive content every week & have a Discord! Carl & Vanessa: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carlRendering Unconscious: https://www.patreon.com/renderingunconsciousWatch 23rd Mind TV at Youtube: https://youtu.be/CUxIfgwtbII?si=WjHKHzZKhlguvgaJJoin Vanessa Thursday, May 2 at Ba…
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Follow-up: John’s iPad Pro (M4) review MKBHD’s magnets reel doesn’t show the rail; it’s on the cover. (via Odin) The iPad Pro can bend, but it’s difficult JerryRigEverything @ 8m40s Quinn’s stunning Pencil Pro observation Sebastian de With Zoom audio for Marco’s town meetings (via Steve J Stutz, among others) Delta gets its first legal challenge Th…
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This Day in Legal History: Act of Toleration Enacted On May 24, 1689, the Parliament of England enacted the Act of Toleration, a pivotal law that granted religious freedom to English Protestants. This legislation marked a significant shift in England's religious landscape, as it allowed non-Anglican Protestants, such as Baptists and Congregationali…
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T Lo look at several stories coming out of the Cannes Film Festival, from Cate Blanchett's mystery gown supposedly supporting Palestine to Kelly Rowland getting mistreated by security in front of worldwide press. Lorenzo reports on all the delusional stars on Tik Tok (including Bethenny Frankel) PLUS: the latest drama and reports coming out of Buck…
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It's time to eat and there's "masked bandit" on the menu. Brent's gonna tell you how to cook one like they do down in Gillett, Arkansas, home of the world-famous Gillett Coon Supper. He's also sharing a listener-submitted story that anyone can enjoy. It's time to get supper ready on MeatEater's This Country Life podcast. Connect with Brent and Meat…
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This Day in Legal History: South Carolina Ratified the US Constitution On May 23, 1788, South Carolina ratified the United States Constitution, marking its official entry as the eighth state in the newly formed union. This significant event took place amidst debates and conventions where federalists and anti-federalists argued over the merits and d…
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Topics discussed: Chiefs OTAs underway Reid and Mahomes respond to recent offseason stories Is the Chiefs schedule THAT bad? Use promo code FARZIN for $20 off SeatGeek for first time customers! Follow Farzin on: Facebook Instagram X/Twitter TikTok Follow The Chiefs Zone on: YouTube Facebook Instagram TikTok…
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This Day in Legal History: Grant Signs the General Amnesty Act On May 22, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed the General Amnesty Act, marking a significant moment in the post-Civil War reconstruction era. This legislation restored voting rights to most former Confederate rebels who had been disenfranchised under the Fourteenth Amendment as a p…
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This Day in Legal History: American Red Cross Founded On this day in legal history, May 21, 1881, Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross. Inspired by her experiences providing care to soldiers during the Civil War and influenced by the International Red Cross in Europe, Barton established the organization to offer emergency assistance, disaste…
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This Day in Legal History: Free Exercise Clause Applies to States On this day, May 20, in 1940, the United States Supreme Court made a landmark decision in the case of Cantwell v. Connecticut, significantly shaping the landscape of religious freedom in America. The Court held that the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment, which guarantees in…
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While most five-year-olds were playing with Legos and Barbies, Junaid Baig was taking his first steps with 3D Max. From this early start, Junaid developed an incredibly in-depth understanding of 3D, lighting, and rendering from working on VFX for movies, including Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Avengers: Endgame, and Venom. Today, Jun…
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The 10-year Treasury yield spread to the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is narrowing. The spread may shift interest rates. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is tightening. $16.9 trillion in total home equity at the end of Q1. $850 billion in tappable Freddie Mac Equity against Freddie Mac First Liens. A staggering $11 trillion in tappable equity up to 8…
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Simon and Jillian cover a raft of updates! New versions of services, GA capabilities, something for everyone!Chapters00:31 Analytics04:13 Application Integration 06:01 Artificial Intelligence13:22 Business Applications13:42 Compute 14:32 Cost Management 15:09 Customer Engagement17:17 Databases19:29 Developer Tools21:08 Front End Web & Mobile23:01 I…
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Jamie McMillan and Calum Morris wrap up the first season of Osmosis with an outlook on what is still to come. We reflect on the first season and highlight future plans: Reflection on the pilot season Seasonal releases Themes for episode content Future plans for the cast Find us where you find your podcasts or on YouTube. If you would like to reques…
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This is a simple test to see how HTML is rendered in different podcast-listening apps (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, etc). Here is a paragraph. This is a sentence in bold. This sentence is italicized. This sentence is in bold and italics. Headline in bold You'll need a microphone, PC or tablet, and audio editing software to record a podcast. Pl…
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This Day in Legal History: Constitution of Norway Signed On this day, May 17, in 1814, the Constitution of Norway was signed, marking a pivotal moment in the country's history. This significant event established Norway as an independent kingdom, following centuries of union with Denmark. The constitution was drafted at Eidsvoll by the Norwegian Con…
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It won't be long before family vacations and interactions with nature increase. Schools are out for most, but for some the real education in the outdoor classroom begins. The temptation of getting that perfect profile picture with a seemingly docile bison can turn a vacation into tragedy. It can happen quicker than you can say, "Where'd Frank go, a…
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This Day in Legal History: President Johnson Acquitted On May 16, 1868, a significant moment in U.S. legal and political history occurred when President Andrew Johnson was acquitted in his impeachment trial. Johnson, who had ascended to the presidency following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, was charged with high crimes and misdemeanors, pri…
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New member special: ATP Neutral: Car Shopping Pre-show: Marco is back in the ScanSnap world Raven scanner (defunct) Fujitsu Ricoh ScanSnap iX1600 Follow-up: Apple apologizes for iPad “Crush” ad Charlie Chapman’s 📱💨 AppleCare+ for educational-discounted products (via Carter Sanderson) Extend your AppleCare+ coverage iPad nano-texture glass Arun Main…
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T Lo take a look at King Charles' highly discussed new portrait and unpack what it's trying to say, followed by a discussion on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's successful Nigerian trip and the British press's nearly rabid response to it. Also: William and Kate are making the same damn mistake all over again. PLUS: Lorenzo's picks for the Tik Tok s…
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This Day in Legal History: Standard Oil Dissolved On this day in legal history, May 15, 1911, the United States Supreme Court delivered a landmark decision that significantly altered the landscape of American business practices. The case in question was Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States, where the Court found Standard Oil guilty of mo…
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Today I reflect on my recent, thought-provoking discussion with Stephen Wolfe, author of "The Case for Christian Nationalism," and my fellow LCI contributor, Alex Bernardo, host of the Protestant Libertarian podcast, where we discussed the complexities of Christian nationalism, libertarianism, and their interplay with biblical teachings and how Chr…
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Once a year in the small farming town of Gillett, Arkansas, people from the local and surrounding communities gather in the gymnasium of the de-commission high school for a fundraiser to provide scholarships for the towns high school seniors. Throughout the decades, this event has also become an epicenter for state and regional politicians to gladh…
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Inflation feels like a wild ride. Is it stuck in high gear, or is it just a temporary phase? Lease and new prices are still down in the 12-month index. ISM services number contradicts to expected numbers of 52 and fell short to 49.4. Only 5,000 jobs created for leisure and hospitality out of 175,000. Are service businesses struggling, or is this a …
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This Day in Legal History: Constitutional Convention Assembles On May 14, 1787, a pivotal moment unfolded in American history as delegates from each state began to gather in Philadelphia for what would be known as the Constitutional Convention. This assembly was critical in shaping the nation's future, aimed at addressing the deficiencies of the Ar…
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Topics discussed: Chiefs vs. Ravens to open up the 2024 NFL season Rashee Rice update Jared Goff's new contract Use promo code FARZIN for $20 off SeatGeek for first time customers! Follow Farzin on: Facebook Instagram X/Twitter TikTok Follow The Chiefs Zone on: YouTube Facebook Instagram TikTokBy Farzin Vousoughian
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This Day in Legal History: Cutting Funding to Segregated Schools On May 13, 1966, a significant moment in the enforcement of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 unfolded, marking a pivotal step in the U.S. government's commitment to desegregation in education. This action targeted twelve segregated Southern school districts, which were found to be in viol…
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