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The Welltech Podcast

SHEMMA | Welltech Ventures

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Welcome to "The Welltech Podcast", where we talk about Wellness - the active pursuit of activities, choices and lifestyles that lead to a state of holistic health; about the technology being developed in this field; and the industry and community growing around it. Hosted by Galit Horovitz & Amir Alroy, Co-founders of Welltech Ventures. Come visit our website - https://www.welltechventures.com/
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With Dr. Yali Nativ and Iris Lana. Each episode offers an extensive perspective on Israeli dance works in relation to a specific theme through conversations with choreographers, artists and scholars - עם ד"ר ילי נתיב ואיריס לנה. כל פרק מציע מבט רחב על יצירות מחול סביב נושא מרכזי ומארח לשיחה כוריאוגרפים.יות אמנים, חוקרים ואנשי רוח
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SWIMM UPSTREAM

SWIMM / Tom Ahi Dror

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The Swimm Upstream Podcast is a collection of conversations about knowledge sharing, code documentation, change management, scaling dev teams and more. Our guests come from all over the tech world, with some really interesting insights, stories, and… coffee hacks. Join Tom Ahi Dror, Co-Founder of Swimm (a Continuous Documentation platform that streamlines onboarding and knowledge sharing within software engineering teams), as he talks with some of the most inspiring engineering and dev team ...
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Getting hardware teams from designs to manufactured products. In this interview series, we host hardware manufacturing professionals, hardware founders, and engineers to talk about the journeys of people who build products, product design principles, DFM guidelines, new materials and processes, working with manufacturers, common mistakes, and much more!
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Two neighbors in Tel Aviv meet for the first time on October 7th and start recording that night. Join Amy Sapan & Dor Komet as they traverse complex emotions and navigate life during wartime in a new surreal reality. (FKA "October 7: Emotionally Raw Coverage") Season 1: Episodes 1-31 Step into the wild and unfiltered world of Season 1, where emotions ran high, voices sang, tears flowed, and hearts bared. From heartfelt conversations to moments of raw vulnerability, Amy and Dor guide listener ...
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"We’re trying to die young as old as possible" say Victor & Lynne Brick, the visionary co-founders shaping the landscape of health and wellness. Together, this dynamic duo helms Ohana Growth Partners, a major owner and operator of Planet Fitness franchises with over 100 clubs in the U.S. and Australia. In this capacity, they oversee and interact wi…
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What happens when a tech guru, a podcast duo, and the future of humanity collide? In our final episode before an indefinite hiatus, join us for an enlightening conversation with special guest Ariel Jalali, CEO of Paragon Technology Solutions. Ariel, a tech visionary, shares his thoughts on AI, digital transformation, and the human experience. It's …
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Join hosts Amy and Dor on a candid journey through the highs and lows of podcasting in our latest episode. As they confront the sudden halt of sponsorship, likened to the closing of a faucet, they delve into the unpredictable world of content creation with raw authenticity. As the episode unfolds, we're treated to a colorful array of stories that p…
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Dor's wish comes true; Amy and Dor are back! In the style of Season One, join them for a heartfelt exploration of personal struggles against the backdrop of a society teetering on the brink. Delve into candid discussions ranging from the haunting beauty of Israeli fiction, including Yaakov Shabtai's 'Past Continuous,' to the controversial Oscars, w…
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Plunge into the depths of thought with Dr. Jeremy Fogel, an enigmatic philosopher and poet who embodies the spirit of inquiry, in our latest episode, where a casual swim leads to profound insights on art of living through crisis and the poetry of existence. Tune in for an episode that's as incidentally raunchy as it is refreshing, intertwining the …
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Amidst municipal elections, Amy reunites with the insightful Matthew Schultz, marking his return since Episode 34: "Rockets and Revelations: Happy New Year?" Together, they explore hot-button topics such as Barbra Streisand’s recent lifetime achievement award at the SAG Awards, cancel culture, and recent calls to ban Israel from Eurovision and the …
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In this episode, Blake Flayton, a writer, student, and activist, welcomes us into his Tel Aviv world. Blake made Aliyah from NYC a year and a half ago, immersing himself in Hebrew and joining protests against the Netanyahu government. His journey is a compelling narrative of growth and resilience. Blake explores personal impacts of antisemitism and…
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בהשתתפות עמוס חץ, ענת שמגר, ד״ר ליאור אביצור, משה שכטר אבשלום, זהר פרנק, דיאנה שואף, ליסה נלסון לייב בפני קהל, סלון בן דוסא יפו (22 בדצמבר 2023) https://www.tightsdancethought.com/ep-39By ילי נתיב ואיריס לנה
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Explore the world of Dr. Adam Lee Goldstein, Head of Trauma Surgery at Wolfson Medical Center and Co-Director of Operating Together. From his roots in Washington DC to a dedicated medical career in Israel, Dr. Goldstein shares his compelling story. In this episode, we delve into the remarkable efforts in trauma care, humanitarian projects, and coll…
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Step into the vibrant world of Chaya Lev, a 50-year-old goddess reclaiming life on her terms with infectious energy and a wild spirit. In this episode, Chaya, a comedian, dancer, and activist, brings a unique blend of humor and heart, inspiring others to embrace their wildness amidst the chaos of the world. Discover the power of connection, laughte…
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Step into the whirlwind life of Rabbi Mordechai Yosef Ben Avraham, a man whose past is as rich and colorful as his present is devout and dedicated. From rubbing shoulders with A-list celebrities to the sacred streets of Jerusalem, Rabbi Mordechai shares firsthand accounts of his unique experiences, reflecting on the role of Jews in the entertainmen…
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In our latest podcast episode, we engage in a riveting conversation with Samuel Hyde, a distinguished writer and researcher whose profound expertise in the region brings a fresh and provocative perspective to the age-old struggle between Israelis and Palestinians. More than just a podcast, this episode serves as a masterclass in Middle Eastern poli…
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In this week’s episode, we had the privilege of hosting Ben Gleib, comedian, actor, satirist, writer, former presidential candidate, lead anchor on The Young Turks – the longest-running online news and politics talk show – and man of many talents. Ben brought with him a suitcase full of humor, a heart full of empathy and a keen eye for truth as he …
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The weaponization of violence against women in war in human history is excruciatingly long, the purpose of which is to torture and terrorize the individual woman as much as to harm and humiliate the entire nation. The world witnessed one of the modern era’s worst examples of mass rape and violence against women on October 7th by Hamas, with Israeli…
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Special guest, Matthew Schultz, a writer and rabbinical student, engages in a riveting conversation at the start of a new year marked by a barrage of rockets from Hamas at the stroke of midnight and a hotly anticipated ruling from the Israeli Supreme Court on New Year’s Day regarding the controversial reasonableness law. Schultz's unique insights s…
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In this riveting Christmas special, Amy and Dor are joined by Jotam Confino, a seasoned freelance correspondent with a diverse background in print, radio and TV across Danish, British, and U.S. media. From his role as the foreign editor of Jewish News to recent contributions on BBC, The Times radio, Talk TV, and CBS News, Confino brings a wealth of…
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Special guest, Dr. Alexandra Ewenczyk, board-certified Adult and Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, joins Amy and Dor for an eye-opening exploration of the intricate web surrounding the use of illicit substances by Hamas in the ongoing war. Offering a deep dive into the intersection of geopolitics, history, and psychiatry, they discuss Captagon, a sy…
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This week, as the war rages on, Amy and Dor explore life in abeyance and the interconnectedness of emotions, evolution, and artificial intelligence. In an episode saturated with sentiment Amy and Dor relate to a string of tangential signifiers from tarot cards to Elon Musk’s fondness for the letter x, the Hebrew word for truth (emet), and even the …
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As the truce unravels and the war drums echo again on the eve of Hanukkah, Amy and Dor chart a new path forward through pointlessness and the unexpected, inviting newness, on the edge of transformation. Amy gets caught in the rain and an air raid siren, and reports of Hamas drugging hostages lead them to ask whether life is perhaps imitating art, o…
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In the midst of a precarious truce, Amy and Dor ride the waves of a particularly tumultuous week, marked by the terror attack in Jerusalem that morning, heartwarming reunions and the tense, piece-meal release of some hostages. As Hanukkah approaches, they unpack the stark contrasts of violence and poignancy, darkness and light. The hosts delve into…
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With bated breath, Amy and Dor navigate the tense truce in the ongoing war, eagerly anticipating the return of the kidnapped amid Hamas' psychological warfare. They candidly unpack a recent heated argument about the podcast's future and reflect on the overwhelming impact of being trapped in a relentless news cycle, expressing a desire to break free…
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Bursting with gratitude and holiday cheer, Amy and Dor triumph over technical mishaps in this zany Thanksgiving special. Dor reveals details about his ideal type in response to a question posed by a loyal listener and Amy reflects on how a supportive environment is the real flex. This celebration of liberty and realness, brimming with unexpected tw…
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Buckle up for a wild ride as Amy and Dor dive into the future, the present and the not-so-distant past. From ChatGPT to DVDs and VHS, Kanye West’s latest dance with antisemitism, Jonah Hill’s movie “You People” to White House National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby’s recent comments on the use of the word genocide by anti-Israel activists…
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Amy and Dor ride the wacky wave of weekend news with Osama Bin Laden’s letter trending on TikTok amongst Western youth, Elon Musk controversy, smoke bombs and Palestinian flags at the Leaning Tower of Pisa and something about Coldplay. The catchiness of protest chants, the Dresden Defense, U.S. foreign policy conundrums, media misspeak, and even th…
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Amy and Dor leave Tel Aviv and head north for Givat Nili, taking Jonathan Gal up on his offer to visit this moshav (farming community) in Israel’s central-North where he and his family live. Against the backdrop of a picturesque countryside, Jonathan describes his community’s response to October 7. Conversation turns to the history of Givat Nili, s…
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Amy and Dor passionately dissect John Oliver's portrayal of the Israel-Hamas War in Last Week Tonight (S10, E17). Amid a thunderstorm, they critique Oliver's biased segment, challenging omissions and inaccuracies, urging for a more nuanced understanding. Continuing from Episode 22’s discussion of the photojournalists who rode along with Hamas terro…
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Back from hiatus, Amy and Dor dive into updates on personal matters, the podcast, and the ongoing war. Amy moves back into her apartment, the Houthis initiate the first space war, and an expose by Honest Reporting on the photojournalists who rode along with Hamas terrorists on the morning of October 7 raises questions about journalistic ethics. Dor…
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Jam-packed with carefully curated highlights from the first month (Episodes 1-20), this compilation offers listeners the chance to discover anew the wild, unfiltered journey embarked on by Amy and Dor since their chance meeting on October 7, as they grapple with the complex emotions of living in Israel in the midst of the War. Thanks for tuning in!…
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סדרת ׳כוריאוגרפים מדברים׳ עם ארקדי זיידס, כוריאוגרף (בלרוס, ישראל, צרפת) מגיבה: ד״ר עפרי כנעני, אמנית וחוקרתהשיחה נערכה בספטמבר 2023 לייב בבסלון בן דוסא, יפוהתגובה הוקלטה בנובמבר 2023 https://www.tightsdancethought.com/creaturesofdance-podcast-hebrew-episodesBy חיות מחול
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Join Amy and special recurring guest Jonathan Gal for a spirited discussion that explores quixotic anti-Israel stances, responses from the feminist camp, and the dynamics of economies of outrage. Underdogs, white savior complexes, guilt shticks, hot girl energy, and even the movie Rudy come up in conversation as Amy and Jonathan attempt to unpack t…
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Special guest host Jonathan Gal drops in to playfully take Amy to task for canceling his recap segment. In a cheeky nod to recent statements by Israeli leadership, Amy emphasizes that it's not the time to talk about responsibility. They delve into dreams, nightmares, and even reference the Coen brothers' film, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. In the m…
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The heartbreaking news of Shani Louk’s passing sets the stage for a reflective conversation weaving through the recent Torah portion, Amy’s proposal for a second Jewish State, and the meaning of ‘Israel.’ Amy shares perspectives from historical figures such as Baruch Spinoza, John Lennon, and Yoko Ono, as well as some surprising insights about Theo…
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Step into the emotional crucible, from the sacred halls of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre to the echo chambers of the battleground of belief. As the ground invasion gets underway, Amy and Dor’s courageous emotional excavation proceeds. Moral high grounds and the virtue signaling folk perched upon them come under scrutiny, exposing the pitfalls of…
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From Jewfros to Jew hatred, Amy and Dor plunge into the weight of history amid distractions and news updates. Casual banter about personal style morphs into a raw reckoning with intergenerational trauma, and the pressure for Jews to be 'good victims’ and ‘just get over it.’ Amy questions if history repeats itself, and finds solace in Haskel Lookste…
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Dor's wild night sparks a fiery debate when he asks Amy and special guest host Jonathan Gal “Are we the bad guys?” No punches are pulled in this emotionally charged heart-to-heart as Jonathan and Amy lay bare their pain, confusion, and even resentment over being vilified for defending their home. In a raw exchange, the hosts share their struggles w…
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Embark on a transatlantic journey through time as special guest Jonathan Gal, the voice of recaps (Episodes 5-13), joins Amy in a captivating conversation. They navigate personal anxieties, delve into historical movements, and reflect on the enduring Jewish experience of being "on the run" from oppression for millennia. Jonathan candidly shares his…
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Traversing the unpredictable currents of the present landscape, Amy and Dor formally introduce themselves to the audience, sharing personal desires, political aspirations, and offering a resilient vision for the uncertain road ahead. Against the backdrop of the looming threat of targeted missiles from Lebanon, Amy opens a window into her pragmatica…
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Amy and Dor delve into a myriad of topics, from patriotism to PTSD to the wait for the messiah, weaving in humorous musings on linguistic improvements, and even pondering the function of coat check. Inspired by listener feedback, Amy reflects on survival, expressing a yearning to move beyond mere existence and embrace the fullness of living. They e…
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In the wake of President Biden's visit to Tel Aviv, Amy and Dor navigate the complex terrain of celebrity statements and silence, drugs, and gridlock, and ask whether it’s still okay to dream. Amy follows up on a hot tip that some of the terrorists were possibly hopped up on an illicit synthetic methamphetamine called Captagon, inspiring Dor to pon…
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Embark on a profound exploration of identity as Amy, an Israeli-American of Hungarian descent, invites listeners into her world as she reflects on her childhood in in the late 80s and early 90s in New York City—a time when cross-cultural friendships and diverse experiences shaped her understanding of belonging. However, the joy of those formative y…
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Immersed in the enormity of the ongoing war and dumbfounded by the frenetic energy sweeping U.S. college campuses, Amy and Dor explore the contagion of joy, the limits of understanding, and potential paths through a hyper-fragmented world. Drawing parallels to historical events like the Manhattan Project, Amy muses on the impossibility of comprehen…
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Amidst air raid sirens, Amy and Dor confront the complexities of family dynamics burdened by intergenerational and collective trauma, the harsh persistence of Jew hate, and the disturbing silence and equivocation from so-called allies. They delve into unsettling obsessions with body counts and the incomprehensible denial of the October 7 atrocities…
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Amy and Dor unpack the weekend's emotional rollercoaster, with anecdotes from their travels. Dor recounts the surreal mix of mourning and celebration at Keshet's funeral in the south and Amy pulls through a weekend traveling within, navigating the haunting specter of trauma in a time laden with triggers. As more details of the gruesome atrocities c…
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In this poignant episode dedicated to Keshet (Hebrew for “rainbow”), Amy and Dor wrestle with the barbarism of the Re’im music festival massacre. Ahead of driving south for his funeral, Dor recounts the story of Keshet, a vibrant young man who was one of the 364 civilians murdered at the Nova Festival. They remark on the stark disparity between the…
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