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Welcome to the first Tallinn University podcast where amazing things happen. The TLU Student Podcast is part of Tallinn University's LIFE project in which students create a podcast with a variety of interesting and relevant subjects for their community.
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Apart from the city news, neither the discussions nor interviews in this podcast series reflect Tallinn City’s official position. The podcast serves as a platform for members of the international community of Tallinn to share their thoughts. We are happy to offer our international residents an opportunity to touch upon subjects that they consider to be important, both from the point of raising awareness and the from the desire to contribute to the development of the city of Tallinn.
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Steve Hsu is Professor of Theoretical Physics and Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University. Join him for wide-ranging conversations with leading writers, scientists, technologists, academics, entrepreneurs, investors, and more.
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This podcast series, produced by Byta/ byta.com, is based on our monthly online, live and free event of the same name. This series of interviews is designed to deliver the knowledge to enable tomorrow’s artists, their teams and industry leaders to better manoeuvre their way through the music ecosystem. Each episode features an in-depth one-on-one conversation with someone with extensive experience with the business of music. #HowWeListen Live: In Conversation is hosted by Byta’s founder, Mar ...
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The ScreenME Podcast is all about entrepreneurship, particularly within the creative and media industry. Through her accessible, easy-to-understand approach, the host, Ulrike Rohn, engages in captivating conversations with individuals who bring inspiration and knowledge to the world of entrepreneurship, including start-up entrepreneurs and those dedicated to teaching the entrepreneurial mindset. Hailing from Tallinn University, where Ulrike Rohn is Professor of Media Management and Media Eco ...
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The Logan Bartlett Show

by Redpoint Ventures

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Logan Bartlett is a Software Investor at Redpoint Ventures - a Silicon Valley-based VC with $6B AUM and investments in Snowflake, DraftKings, Twilio, Netflix. In each episode, Logan goes behind the scenes with world-class entrepreneurs and investors. If you're interested in the real inside baseball of tech, entrepreneurship, and start-up investing, tune in every Friday for new episodes.
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Banned Voices preserves the stories of authors, editors, and publishers who have experienced censorship or persecution. We strive to be politically neutral, giving a platform for all kinds of thinkers from around the world and across the political spectrum to tell their own personal stories from their own perspectives. We are the official podcast of the Banned Books Museum, a museum in Tallinn, Estonia that preserves and exhibits banned, censored, and burned books from around the world.
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The Estonian Experience

The Estonian Experience

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Welcome to ‘The Estonian Experience’, a Podcast about life as a foreigner in Estonia. Recorded in Richter Studio. www.richterstudio.ee in Tallinn, Estonia. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theestonianexperience/support
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Cyber Focus

The McCrary Institute

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Cyber Focus, from the McCrary Institute, explores the people and ideas that shape and protect our digital world. Each week our host, Frank Cilluffo, speaks with the leading voices in cybersecurity, and brings to light what steps public and private organizations need to be taking to keep our country secure.
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Our guide to the world of food, drink and entertaining, The Menu serves up interviews with the world’s most creative chefs, introduces the makers behind the scenes and the ingredients that will soon be landing on your restaurant table.
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LIFT99 launched the LIFTOFF podcast as a continuation of their mission to spread the incredible Stories of Startup Founders in Eastern Europe and by doing so, inspire others to shoot for the moon. Most LIFTOFF shows are recorded live at LIFT99 Tallinn Hub, the birthplace of #EstonianMafia Wall of Fame and home of Estonian startup culture. But not all of them! The road might take us to wherever we find inspiring founders with stories worth sharing. LIFTOFF was launched in collaboration with L ...
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Would you like to gain new insights into sustainable management in extractives and deepen your knowledge in this field? Join moderator Tony Hand in our podcast “Sustainable Management in the Extractive Sector: Navigating Challenges and Forging New Paths” to explore the main challenges faced by the extractive sector, including environmental impact, social responsibility, legal compliance, and stakeholder engagement. Our podcast also discusses the role of public authorities in addressing these ...
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The SuperSwell Podcast

The SuperSwell Collective

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Welcome to the SuperSwell Podcast. Each time you join us, we will be talking to guests about life, work, and the human condition, covering themes about music, the arts, philosophy, medicine, religion, business and all the things we love. Thank you for listening. We record these episodes just....for......you!
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Before the written word, the people of Estonia handed down their stories and traditions orally. History of Estonia Podcast attempts to catalog the History of Estonia starting with the land that was settled and moving along a defined timeline. Once we reach modernity, we will go back in time once again and dig into more detail and dwell on the places, events and stories that deserve to be told more thoroughly.
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🗓️ Booking requests: DM In 2016, I embarked on an electrifying journey into the world of music, setting my heart and soul on the pulsating rhythms of tech house. As I dove deeper into the music scene, my repertoire expanded to encompass a vibrant spectrum of styles including Deep House, House, Tech House, Techno, and Melodic House & Techno. Driven by a passion for both underground beats and melodic harmonies, my sets are a unique blend of energy and emotion, designed to create unforgettable ...
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Work in Estonia Talk aims to give an insight to expats working in Estonia. We cover two sides of the story; one expat guest working in Estonia, and one of their local co-workers. Recruitment process, adapting to a new country and how does Estonia compare to different cultures are among the diverse topics covered in the podcast. Work in Estonia Talk podcast is ideal for: - People who wish to get an insight into the experience of living and working in Estonia as an expat - Employers who wish t ...
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https://linktr.ee/gagarinproject Live Love Create ! Magic people, welcome to my music space on SC , music is my life and passion. You will find here my mixes, original tracks and remixes. If you wish, you can support my art: SUBSCRIBE PATREON => http://bit.ly/gagarin-patreon DONATE PAYPAL => https://bit.ly/gagarin-paypal VISIT NEXT EVENTS => http://bit.ly/gagarin-events live love create - let's enjoy every moment of our life and let's be kind to each other - we are one booking : gagarin _at_ ...
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In the latest episode of Wiki Update, we had the pleasure of speaking with Abigail Afi Gbadago, a software engineer and dedicated open source contributor. Abigail shared her inspiring journey within the Wikimedia movement, detailing how she got started, the key projects she has worked on, and the challenges she has faced along the way. She also pro…
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In this episode of Cyber Focus, host Frank Cilluffo sits down with Tanel Sepp, Estonia’s Ambassador at Large for Cyber Diplomacy. They explore how Estonia emerged as a cyber superpower despite its small size, the significance of the Tallinn Mechanism in cyber defense, and the evolving role of cyber in warfare. Tanel shares personal insights from hi…
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Andrea Chierici lives and works in Bologna, Italy and loves his city! He tells Brent about the amazing food including lasagna with green noodles, ragu alla Bolognese, and a crispy treat called Crescentina. Plus, why you need to forget stereotypes and try Lambrusco! [Ep 294] Show Notes: Support Destination Eat Drink Taste Bologna website Mercato del…
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Earlier episode, Harvard Veritas: https://www.manifold1.com/episodes/harvard-veritas-interview-with-a-recent-graduate-anonymous-18 Chapter markers: (00:00) - Introduction and Guest Welcome (02:12) - Campus Protests and Media Perception (06:29) - Student Political Views and Academic Freedom (21:44) - Intellectual History of Wokeism (35:46) - STEM vs…
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In this episode of Cyber Focus, Frank Cilluffo explores the evolving landscape of cyber insurance with Matt McCabe. McCabe shares the history, current state, and future challenges of cyber insurance, emphasizing its critical role in national resilience against cyber threats. The discussion covers the fundamental coverage aspects of cyber insurance,…
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We have a responsibility to go out and make a difference in our lives, to the people around us. Jesus encouraged us to go compel and urge people to "come", so that His house is filled. You represent Jesus, tell them your story, and invite them to church. This is to be done with love, as we show love to others and tell them about Jesus.…
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This week, we switch on for a show dedicated to food on screen. We sit down with Lionel Boyce from hit Hulu television drama ‘The Bear’ to discuss how he channels the pace and perfectionism required in the kitchen and where acting and cooking intertwine. Also on the programme: we speak to acclaimed chef René Redzepi of Noma in Copenhagen and produc…
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Eric Glyman (CEO, Ramp) shared his operating playbook for leading one of the fastest-growing startups on his second appearance on the podcast. We also explored the unique ways Ramp leverages AI internally, strategies for startups to build moats in AI, and the concept of self-driving money. We concluded with one of the most profound and thoughtful d…
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Monica Eng is an award winning journalist from Chicago who has worked at the Chicago Sun Times, Chicago Tribune, WBEZ radio, and now, Axois. She took on the story of this year’s so-called Cicadapalooza, and has written stories about why this year’s Cicada emergence, going as far as frying and eating the noisy little insects. Then, she tells Brent w…
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In this episode of Cyber Focus, Frank Cilluffo sits down with Sue Gordon, a distinguished figure in the intelligence community. The discussion delves into her vast experiences, particularly focusing on the intersection of intelligence, national security, and cyber threats. Sue shares insights on the importance of public-private partnerships in cybe…
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New Zealand’s capital, Wellington, might not be the first place that you think of when you’re looking for a culinary escape – but its award-winning restaurants, booming coffee culture and focus on seasonal ingredients make it well worth a visit. Here, Monocle’s Flynn Symonds takes us on a tour of his hometown.…
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Brent visits Seville, Spain to learn about buying cakes from nuns. Then, we’re enjoying an ice cream from New Zealand called Hokey Pokey, the state cookie of New Mexico, and how to eat a cupcake in Seattle! [Ep 292] Show Notes: Support Destination Eat Drink Darley Newman’s website Pilar Rubio’s Instagram Frugal Travellers YouTube Channel Rated V Yo…
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Steve talks about AI in light of his recent travels to SF, Singapore, Manila, Berkeley, and Silicon Valley. Chapters: (00:00) - Overview: SF, Singapore, Manila, Berkeley (01:48) - The AI Bubble in Silicon Valley (04:00) - Scaling Laws and AGI (23:36) - Global AI: Singapore, Philippines, real Enterprise applications (34:59) - AGI: Manhattan Project?…
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There’s no denying that Rome is a well-trodden and well-travelled culinary hotspot. From carbonara and cacio e pepe to gelato, you’ve probably tasted its famous delights. But even among the most touristy spots, family run eateries continue to supply authentic produce to its residents. Gabi di Vita, founder of Di Vita Experience, a tour company spec…
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The "Go" the Lord call us to, is mostly followed by the word "Home". Yes, we are to go into all the world and tell them about Jesus -- but we start at home, the people in our influence, and then go out to the world. As Jesus said before he went back to heaven, "Go tell everyone in Jerusalem, Judaea, Samaria, and the world." You have a story of what…
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Klarna CEO Sebastian Siemiatkowski led the rise from a profitable business to their peak $50 billion valuation, in which they were burning $150 million a month. In my latest episode, Sebastian shares how he turned Klarna back to profitability and discusses Klarna’s ongoing pursuit of creating a digital financial assistant. He also reflects on their…
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Mexico City’s urban islands of Xochimilco have fed the city for centuries. Victor Gamboa, an environmentalist and tour guide from Culinary Backstreets, is trying to preserve Xochimilco and the farmer’s traditional way of life. Victor tells Brent about how the islands were constructed and how visitors can see this amazing part of Mexico City that’s …
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I think PR today is more of a content coordinator or content facilitator because content right now is so fragmented across so many different mediums. Our job is really to generate awareness for what our clients are doing. Today’s guest on #HowWeListen Live: In Conversation, in Nancy Lu a seasoned New York-based publicist with over a decade of exper…
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This week we sit down with Abby Lee, head chef and founder of Mambow in East London which champions the fiery food of Malaysia. Also on the programme, we raise a glass of bubbly with Dan Roznov at his Champagne & Friends event in Zürich and we grab a seat at New York restaurant, L’abeille, which brings together Japanese and French cuisine.…
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Brent talks with Anastassia from Discover Estonia about the city of Tallinn and its unique cuisine. We’ll down Estonian Jagermeister, answer a sandwich dilemma, and learn about edible Christmas trees. Plus, chocolate covered cheese curds and a great market in Tallinn. [Ep 290] Show Notes: Support Destination Eat Drink on Buy Me a Coffee Discover Es…
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Philippe Lemoine is a PhD candidate at Cornell University in philosophy and a widely-read public intellectual. We discuss philosophy, the scientific research used to justify COVID lockdowns, and the Russia-Ukraine war. Philippe’s writing: philippelemoine.com Philippe on X: https://twitter.com/phl43 (00:00) - Introduction and Guest Background (00:54…
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In this episode Frank Cilluffo engages with two distinguished former intelligence officials, Teresa Shea and Glenn Gaffney, to dissect the multifaceted world of artificial intelligence (AI) in the realm of cybersecurity and intelligence gathering. They delve into the definitions, applications, and implications of AI, focusing on its role in enhanci…
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This episode of the ScreenME Podcast features Christian Hoffmeister, founder and CEO of DCI Institute, strategic advisor on Web 2 and Web 3 business models and author of multiple books, including Google Unser and the first NFT-connected book Tokenized. In his chat with the ScreenME Podcast host Ulrike Rohn, Christian Hoffmeister discusses the signi…
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Olivier Pomel built Datadog into a $40B company while burning only $25M in capital. In our conversation, he shares the fundraising lessons, operating principles, and core insights that made this possible. He also discusses the pros and cons of building a tech company in NYC, how early-career professionals should approach learning AI tools, how Data…
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Brent visits with Margot and Alex, the founders of Walk With Us Tours in Berlin about their vibrant and diverse city. How vibrant? Well, there’s great food like Kettwurst and German Meatballs in Caper Sauce and delicious craft beer. Exciting neighborhoods like Prenzlauder Berg and Friedrichshain. And, we even talk a little German Punk Rock! [Ep 289…
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Episode Overview In this episode of Cyber Focus, host Frank Cilluffo engages with Todd Conklin, the Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cyber at the Department of Treasury. They delve into recent advancements and initiatives the Treasury has been involved in, focusing on the integration of AI and cybersecurity w…
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In the latest episode of Wiki Update, we had the honor of speaking with Pamela Ofori Boateng, who provided an insightful update on her project, the Open Inclusive Initiative, and its significant impact on the Wikimedia movement. Pamela discussed her professional journey, her involvement in the Wikimedia community, and the objectives and achievement…
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Steve Kaufer led Tripadvisor to multi-billion dollar success over a 20+ year run as CEO. He discusses getting acquired and spun out from IAC, becoming a public company CEO, and his biggest operating lessons from his decades-long journey. Steve also shares behind-the-scenes of his new venture, Give Freely, and reflects on his entrepreneurial path. (…
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Brent searches for the best pasta shape for pesto with NYT bestselling author Katie Parla, tries the stuffed pasta native to Piedmont, is enchanted by a pasta named for a musical instrument, and learns about Croatia rediscovering its pasta heritage. [Ep 288] Show Notes: Support Destination Eat Drink Katie Parla’s website Katie’s book Food of the It…
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Dr John Seo is co-founder and a managing director at Fermat Capital Management, LLC. He has over 30 years’ experience in fixed income bond and derivatives trading and has been active in the Insurance-Linked Securities (“ILS”) market for over 25 years. Prior to forming Fermat with his brother Nelson in 2001, Dr Seo was senior trader in the Insurance…
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Today Frank Cilluffo sits down with Christopher Porter, former National Intelligence Officer for cyber matters and current executive at Google. They delve into the complexities of cybersecurity during government transitions, the critical role of intelligence briefings, and the impact of emerging technologies on national security. Drawing from his e…
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