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SoA Sounds

The Society of Authors

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SoA Sounds is the podcast channel of the Society of Authors, the UK trade union for all types of writers, illustrators and literary translators. www.societyofauthors.org
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China In Context

SOAS China Institute

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China In Context is a weekly podcast providing expert analysis on politics, culture and international relations, featuring voices from the SOAS China Institute, University of London. The podcast is hosted by Duncan Bartlett.
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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
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Get Plugged In

Society of Actuaries

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Actuaries interview InsurTech start-up executives in the “Get Plugged In” podcast series. They share knowledge on evolving technology and InsurTech, as part of the knowledge exchange partnership with the InsurTech accelerator Plug and Play and the Society of Actuaries.
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SOAS Radio

SOAS Radio

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Independent Radio Station based at SOAS, University of London. Broadcasting music and speech content with a focus on Africa, Asia and the Middle East. London UK · For our full content, go to www.soasradio.org
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Disk Jockey & Producer Boikanyo Shogole (Soul Jam) is a South African artist from Bronkhorstspruit , Gauteng He began creating Electro House & Amapiano music on his laptop during his teen ages whilst Attending the final years Primary School His blend of musical influence comes from The likes of Martin Iveson , Mdu aka Trp, Kabza De Small, jullian Gomes and more… and continues to find ways to enhance his performance to engage the audience. He has Shared Stages And has been making music with q ...
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The SOAS DevTraC Podcast Series offers episodes covering critical conversations in international development, with academics, researchers and practitioners. X: @SOASDevTraC LinkedIn: SOAS DevTraC Website: SOAS DevTraC Podcast Series
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Interarbor Solutions' Briefings Direct: Unique B2B informational podcasts that offer the value of objective perspectives from leading industry analyst Dana Gardner. Briefings Direct delivers actionable knowledge on the latest enterprise IT subjects to those who need to know the most about the business of IT now.
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Audio podcasts of public lectures, seminars and events from the SOAS Department of Economics. The SOAS Department of Economics is a leading centre for economic research. We have a vibrant research culture driven by staff working on a plethora of issues, but we specialise in the study of developing and emerging economies and our work covers an unparalleled range of countries and regions.
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Burmese By Ear (BBE) is a systematically graded foundation course in modern colloquial Burmese. You can download the book that goes along with it at https://www.soas.ac.uk/bbe/file53735.pdf There are many other Burmese language resources on the SOAS website at https://www.soas.ac.uk/sea/burmese/ BBE aims to give you a confident and enjoyable start in speaking Burmese, focussing on what you are most likely to need when you visit Burma: “survival language” for cafés, taxis, shops, and so on, a ...
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The Loosely Coupled Show is where James Hickey and Derek Comartin share their strongly held opinions about topics relating to software architecture and design: HTTP REST design, asynchronous messaging patterns, distributed systems, microservices, SOA, Domain-driven design, etc. From time-to-time, we chat with industry experts who have specific specializations within the field of software development & design.
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Jon and Ken meet each week on The Liquid Courage Show Podcast to crack open a new bourbon or whiskey (and sometimes other spirits and beers) and discuss a television show, episode by episode from pilot to finale. Currently, they are reviewing Kurt Sutter’s “Sons of Anarchy.” They invite you to join them on their Podcast and YouTube Channel and follow along with them as they enjoy some bourbon, have some fun, and break down their favorite episodes.
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Professional Hunting Consultant and TV show host Steve West brings you a podcast that talks about hunting, fishing, shooting, sports, and more. Guests from all walks of life ranging from NFL stars to Hunting Guides join Steve on his show along with SOA hunting consultant Travis Price to talk about the most important issues and give the listeners advice to help them be more successful the next time they go into the field.
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TOP Ag Services is a Beck's Hybrids seed dealer. We are the first to market with the best products and provide the latest, most accurate agronomic information through proven research. TOP Ag Media is an affiliate to TOP Ag Services and Agronomy Moment is a podcast hosted for the purpose of your success in farming!
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Welcome to the Cyber Security Happy Hour Podcast. This podcast is dedicated to discussing a variety of topics in all things Cyber Security.. Each episode features our host Christie Ogubere This is Cyber Security podcast - do not forget to protect your data in transit by using our affiliate link for Nordvpn. GET NORDVPN: https://go.nordvpn.net/aff_c?offer_id=288&aff_id=41574&url_id=11219 USE COUPON CODE: intexcyber USE THE CODE SO YOU CAN GET 70% off 3-year plan + 1 month free Website: https: ...
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dive into a host of genres such as sports, movies, television series, retroactive toys, video games and other worldly events. So, if you love hearing NFL, NBA and MLB discussions, this is the podcast for you!! I'm 46 years old and I believe in the term " Never let go of your childhood. " If you are like me and love talking about your favorite childhood toys, video games and movies... This is surely the podcast for you!!!
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Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast

The Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University

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From the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, the Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast features interviews and conversations with scholars and researchers working in and around Southeast Asia, all of whom have been invited to give a Gatty Lecture at Cornell University. Conversations cover the history, politics, economics, literature, art, and cultures of the region. Interviews are hosted by graduate students at Cornell University, and podcast topics cover the many nations and peoples of Sou ...
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State of Amorica: A Black Crowes Podcast

State of Amorica: A Black Crowes Podcast

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State of Amorica is a podcast hosted by dedicated Black Crowes fans David Hudson and Ian Rice. Why the Black Crowes you say? Because they are one of the greatest rock bands of all time. We hope you will become apart of the State of Amorica and share us with other like minded music fans. Follow us on twitter @stateofamorica Facebook: State of Amorica Podcast Instagram: State of Amorica Podcast
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There’s no doubt that Silicon Valley is THE place for entrepreneurs. Some people choose to grow with external funding, and some choose to self-fund, and they are often called bootstrapper. According to statistics, only 0.4% of all U.S. companies grow past $10 Million in revenue. In this series of interviews, I’m talking to local bootstrappers who have pushed their businesses into that top 0.4%. My hope is that their experiences can inspire others to make a difference in this valley. To read ...
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Former college football player, half-ironman competitor and strength coach Action Alexa, and ex-competitive gymnast, BMX racer and high-performance athlete and coach Jenna Louise talk to people who have achieved incredible athletic feats to find out how fitness saved them when they were at their lowest. They share the stories and practical skills of how they built their physical, mental and emotional fitness and the impact that physical strength and mental toughness had in changing their lif ...
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A conversation about worship between two friends. One has been a leader at his church for nearly 20 years while the other has only been leading his church now for nearly 2 years. But both come with a wealth of worship experience. Join Adam and Sean as they embark into everything worship. They hold no punches as they dive into the nitty gritty of worship planning, music choice, tech, mentoring, and all the challenges and victories thru the years. The added bonus is that these two guys are goo ...
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The Sisterhood of Awesome Podcast

Amye M. Still: Speaker, Business + Brand Strategist, and Online Entrepreneur

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The Sisterhood of Awesome is a dynamic community of Christian female entrepreneurs who are building a business and life they love. Business and Brand Strategist Amye M. Still reveals tips, tricks, and strategies to help you navigate the tough areas of business startup. She interviews women in industries such as bloggers, authors, creatives, coaches, handmade makers, and corporate and nonprofit entrepreneurs. Discover ways to gain confidence around your business idea, create clear business st ...
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We bring you the experts, the insiders, the real SEAL and SWCC operators that live the dream. You’ll learn the insider tips of special warfare training, fitness, motivation, mental toughness, and the application process. The Only Day Was Yesterday is the official U.S. government Navy SEAL and SWCC podcast. The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday is not only the name of our Official Navy SEAL and SWCC podcast, it’s a meme that means everything at Naval Special Warfare.
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China's factories have pumped out so many solar panels that other countries are complaining. Some people are said to be lining their garden fences with the panels, due to a global glut of the product. This is being held up as an example of a new type of "China shock". Previously, China’s economic rise caused a shock to trade and the labour markets.…
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Join Frank Yeager, FSA and Chris Smith, ASA for an insightful discussion about leadership, the future of actuarial consulting, and the value of strong relationships. Frank shares his advice for aspiring and early-career actuaries gleaned over the course of a two-decade long career at Mercer that has culminated in his latest role as US Health Actuar…
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Welcome back to a new episode of State of Amorica! This week, we introduce a new series "Anatomy of a Song," in which we breakdown a classic Crowes track in conversaton with a guest musician. For the first edition, we welcome Steve Gleason to discuss "My Morning Song." Check it out!By State of Amorica: A Black Crowes Podcast
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Shachar Binyamin, CEO and co-founder of Inigo, joins host Priyanka Raghavan to discuss GraphQL security. They begin with a look at the state of adoption of GraphQL and why it's so popular. From there, they consider why GraphQL security is important as they take a deep dive into a range of known security issues that have been exploited in GraphQL, i…
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China's factories have pumped out so many solar panels that other countries are complaining. Some people are said to be lining their garden fences with the panels, due to a global glut of the product. This is being held up as an example of a new type of "China shock". Previously, China’s economic rise caused a shock to trade and the labour markets.…
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China has emphasised its pro-Palestinian stance during the Israel-Gaza war. It has been critical of Washington’s handling of the situation, especially the American policy of arming Israel. In this podcast, Dr Mercy Kuo from Pamir Consulting considers how China’s role in the Middle East has developed since President Xi Jinping came to power. The hos…
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Intro 0:00 Podcast 0:10 TOP Ag Services is a Beck's Hybrids seed dealer. We provide Hybrid Corn Seed, Soybean Seed, and Wheat Seed. Beck's has access to the best genetics and trait technologies from suppliers worldwide. We are the first to market with the best products & provide the latest, most accurate agronomic information through proven researc…
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Welcome to Episode 42 of the Cyber Security Happy Hour Podcast, with your host, Christie. In this gripping episode, I interview Alexander Rogan and Christian Rogan, co-founders of Platinum High Integrity Technologies. They discuss their disruptive Cyber Security solution, a technology that works at ring zero, effectively blocking unauthorised binar…
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Eyal Solomon, CEO and co-founder of Lunar.dev, joins SE Radio’s Kanchan Shringi for a discussion on tooling for API consumption management. The episode starts by examining why API consumption management is an increasingly important topic, and how existing tooling on the provider side can be inadequate for client-side issues. Eyal talks in detail ab…
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China has emphasised its pro-Palestinian stance during the Israel-Gaza war. It has been critical of Washington’s handling of the situation, especially the American policy of arming Israel. In this podcast, Dr Mercy Kuo from Pamir Consulting considers how China’s role in the Middle East has developed since President Xi Jinping came to power. The hos…
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Boreth Ly, an associate professor of Southeast Asian Art History and Visual Culture at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Ly discusses her research on the black and white photographs of the Sultans of Java as well as the Dutch governors from the colonial era. Transitioning to a postcolonial conte…
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Podcast on the industry adoption of emerging data sets across the insurance value chain. The participants include recognized leaders from business, regulation, legal, and innovation. The discussion covers current adoption practices, business opportunity, regulatory and legal considerations.
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Get Plugged In and listen to our new Insurtech episode featuring Guest Jason Alleyne, Managing Director at Asia-Pacific Besurance Corporation. Hosts Arthur da Silva and Blake Hill engage in a captivating conversation with Jason, who talks about his career and life journey which includes a unique and refreshing perspective on a number of various top…
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Building on the discussion of individual decision trees in the prior episode, Shea and Anders shift to one of today’s most popular ensemble models, the Random Forest. At first glance, the algorithm may seem like a brute force approach of simply running hundreds or thousands of decision trees, but it leverages the concept of “bagging” to avoid overf…
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The introduction of advanced surveillance technologies has given the Chinese Communist Party powerful tools. It collects information related to people’s spending habits. It is also able to record how they act at work, and even in their homes. Is the state justified in using these tools to influence people’s behaviour? In this podcast, Professor Min…
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The introduction of advanced surveillance technologies has given the Chinese Communist Party powerful tools. It collects information related to people’s spending habits. It is also able to record how they act at work, and even in their homes. Is the state justified in using these tools to influence people’s behaviour? In this podcast, Professor Min…
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Welcome back to an all-new episode of the State of Amorica Podcast! This week, David and Ian recap the beginning shows of the Happiness Bastards tour before welcoming Jeff Massey and Joe Winters of The Steepwater Band for a great in-depth chat. You won't want to miss it!Visit The Steepwater Band at www.steepwater.com for the latest music, tour date…
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Ines Montani, co-founder and CEO of Explosion, speaks with host Jeremy Jung about solving problems using natural language processing (NLP). They cover generative vs predictive tasks, creating a pipeline and breaking down problems, labeling examples for training, fine-tuning models, using LLMs to label data and build prototypes, and the spaCy NLP li…
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Beck's Hybrids Regional Agronomy Manager Jon Skinner explains what our #1 Priorities are in making practical yet economical decisions in determining what we can work on as it relates to our soil fertility, health, and chemistry. The health of corn and soybeans depends on this complex and delicate makeup of soil balance. Yet, Jon explains this so we…
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Phillip Carter, Principal Product Manager at Honeycomb and open source software developer, talks with host Giovanni Asproni about observability for large language models (LLMs). The episode explores similarities and differences for observability with LLMs versus more conventional systems. Key topics include: how observability helps in testing parts…
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The escalating Houthi attacks in the Red Sea region are creating economic and security concerns globally. The US and UK have responded with airstrikes against Houthi sites in Yemen, in an attempt to prevent the group from endangering freedom of navigation and disrupting trade. The repercussions are also felt in China, a powerful maritime nation. On…
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The escalating Houthi attacks in the Red Sea region are creating economic and security concerns globally. The US and UK have responded with airstrikes against Houthi sites in Yemen, in an attempt to prevent the group from endangering freedom of navigation and disrupting trade. The repercussions are also felt in China, a powerful maritime nation. On…
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Rishi Singh, founder and CEO at Sapient.ai, speaks with SE radio’s Kanchan Shringi about using generative AI to help developers automate test code generation. They start by identifying key problems that developers are looking for in an automated test-generation solution. The discussion explores the capabilities and limitations of today’s large lang…
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Dave Dillion and Bryon Robidoux discuss the book Dare to Lead, which was the Joint Risk Management and Leadership & Development Sections book club selection for December. They discuss what it means for managers to be vulnerable. How to give and receive feedback from both a manager’s perspective and the direct report perspective. The end the podcast…
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Hyrum Wright, Senior Staff Engineer at Google, discusses the book he co-edited, “Software Engineering at Google,” with host Gregory M. Kapfhammer. Wright describes the professional and technical best practices adopted by the software engineers at Google. The wide-ranging conversation investigates an array of topics, including measuring engineering …
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Celena joins me to discuss planting conditions and how to work with risk of cold weather injury on an expensive crop of corn or soybeans. Intro 0:00 Podcast 01:17 TOP Ag Services is a Beck's Hybrids seed dealer. We provide Hybrid Corn Seed, Soybean Seed, and Wheat Seed. Beck's has access to the best genetics and trait technologies from suppliers wo…
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Welcome back to another episode of State of Amorica! This week, we cover Brothers of a Feather's 2007 live album "Live at the Roxy" for the Under Review series with special guests Seth Miller and Trent Johnson from the Brothers From Another Mother of a Feather project!By State of Amorica: A Black Crowes Podcast
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China is quickly amassing weapons and systems to militarily overwhelm Taiwan, according to a senior US admiral. John Aquilino told a recent hearing in Washington that China could be poised to take such an action within the next six years. If conflict breaks out, it would be a grave matter to deal with, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the…
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China is quickly amassing weapons and systems to militarily overwhelm Taiwan, according to a senior US admiral. John Aquilino told a recent hearing in Washington that China could be poised to take such an action within the next six years. If conflict breaks out, it would be a grave matter to deal with, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the…
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Nora Taylor, an Alsdorf Professor of South and Southeast Asian Art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Dr. Taylor discusses her research on contemporary Vietnamese art and the ways in which she has engaged with the paradoxical nature of monuments. She reveals how the Vietnamese public views art p…
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What is professionalism? Is it just following the law? The code/rules of professional conduct? Is it more than both of those? Listen to our podcast where YPAC member Patrick Samborsky, ASA, MAAA discusses professionalism with Charly J Pazdor, FSA retired, who has written about professionalism for The Actuary magazine as well as being a course direc…
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In this final episode, acclaimed playwright, novelist and host of the Adventures in Radio podcast series, Barney Norris, talks to Rhiannon Tise about her radio adaptation of George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss. What of the uniqueness of the radio drama form? What of a writer’s creative freedom when handling a pre-existing work? What of the constra…
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Lane Wagner of Boot.dev speaks with host Philip Winston about Go, the programming language that's popular for web, cloud, devops, networking, and other types of development. In addition to discussing existing features such as structs, interfaces, concurrency, and error handling, Lane and Philip take a deep look at generics, a recent addition to the…
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Shea and Anders dive into tree-based algorithms, starting with the most fundamental variety, the single decision tree. We cover the mechanics of a decision tree and provide a comparison to linear models. A solid understanding of how a decision tree works is critical to fully grasp the nuances of the more powerful ensemble models, the Random Forest …
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The government of Anthony Albanese in Australia has sought to stabilise the relationship with China and avoid heated rhetoric. As a result, China has agreed to relax a 200% tariff on Australian wine, which was imposed during a period of diplomatic strife. Australia's Foreign Minister Penny Wong says: “We seek to cooperate with China where we can, d…
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The government of Anthony Albanese in Australia has sought to stabilise the relationship with China and avoid heated rhetoric. As a result, China has agreed to relax a 200% tariff on Australian wine, which was imposed during a period of diplomatic strife. Australia's Foreign Minister Penny Wong says: “We seek to cooperate with China where we can, d…
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Join host Jackie Lee and guest Colby Schaeffer as they delve into the recent SOA research paper, “Modeling the Impact of the Great Unwinding on State Medicaid Programs.” They explore the model presented in the research paper and discuss the societal and actuarial implications of the Great Unwinding. Tune in to learn more about this important topic.…
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This topic can be fun as it helps us find a simple way to easily assess our fertility levels on the nutrients that are held by the soil's exchange sites. Jon speaks about the value of finding a common sense assessment of what ratios are optimum vs good enough vs a problem in soil fertility. Cation exchange capacity is part of the caculation of figu…
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Join acclaimed playwright, novelist and host of the Adventures in Radio podcast series, Barney Norris, as he talks to Hannah Silva about her radio drama, An Artificially Intelligent Guide to Love. What of the formative role radio has played in Hannah’s life? What of her introduction to the phenomenal potential of sound, language, and voice? What of…
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Hew Wai Weng, a research fellow at the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies, National University of Malaysia. He is currently a visiting fellow at Cornell University under the Fulbright Malaysia Scholar Program. He discusses the rise of right-wing majoritarianism and the popularity of decolonial…
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Welcome to Episode 41 of the Cyber Security Happy Hour Podcast. In this podcast, your host, Christie, explores the critical facet of cyber security vulnerability scanning. Decode the myths, understand what vulnerability scans encompass, and why their role within an organization is of paramount importance. Firstly, begin with an overview of vulnerab…
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John Frandsen, Chief Product officer for Elebase, joins host Jeff Doolittle for an exploration of geospatial technologies. The conversation begins with a discussion of the history of mapping and global information systems (GIS) technologies. John describes the underlying technologies used in location-aware applications and the ways that developers …
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The Chief Executive of Hong Kong, John Lee has been instructed by his superiors in mainland China to enact further strict security legislation in the city without delay. Pro-democracy advocates warn the move will have a detrimental impact on civil liberties. The proposed new laws cover treason, insurrection, incitement and collusion with external f…
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