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A podcast about podcasting. Learn how to make your own podcast and how to think critically about the podcasts that we listen to. Hosted by Collin Bjork, a lecturer at Massey University in Aotearoa New Zealand. Website: www.collinbjork.com Email: c.bjork@massey.ac.nz Twitter: @collin_bjork
 
Life After Uni is a podcast of 4 friends who met at uni and are experiencing the trials and tribulations life throws at them since finishing uni. Discussing the realities of work, relationships, money and goodness me - SO MUCH MORE!!! instagram.com/ijustfinisheduni/ twitter.com/IJFUPod Joel - twitter.com/JoelRyanB | instagram.com/joelryanb/ Kyra - twitter.com/KyraWills_ | instagram.com/kyrawills/ Jamilla - Robert - twitter.com/RobBruceK | instagram.com/robbrucek/
 
PODCASTS SO GOOD YOU ACTUALLY WANT TO DOWNLOAD THEM. Think of this as the coffee you don't have time for each week ☕️Hosted by Fin Barnett. I'm passionate about sharing stories of awesome young people doing amazing things, so you and I can both learn from them. Loose chat, good vibes, but serious inspiration and value. I'm a company co-founder, uni student, and national sports rep talking about Business, Sports, and a bit of life with guests - sharing stories, learnings, and experiences. Thi ...
 
A collective of individuals from the Southern United States come together to discuss their views and perceptions on what's going on in the world. Topics range from pop culture, music, societal issues, art, to politics, and they don't mince words. Things can go from heated to hilarious in a matter of seconds.
 
Hi, my name is Uni V. Sol and I am an emcee, music artist and voice actor. My mission is to deliver "the flyest vocals and music" to businesses around the world. When I'm not recording or producing for a project, I like to unwind on the mic. Sometimes it's just me and my thoughts. Other times I'm interviewing people I feel have interesting stories. You can find out more of what I do at the following links: website: univsolmc.com services: fiverr.com/univsolmc For licensing, syncs, and bookin ...
 
Mark Lerner, Professional Astrologer, Writer and Publisher of the Great Bear Enterprises website, offers his timely, unconventional and insightful reports -- going back into the past, viewing current events and envisioning the future -- utilizing a unique skill-set of Transpersonal Astrological techniques in service of the Nation, the World and the Cosmos.
 
3 uni students from Toronto talking about entertaining topics . Our podcast aims to have a discussion in a society where discussion is being censored and opposing opinions are looked down upon. To get involved in the conversation email us, shoot us a dm or participate in our weekly instagram polls.
 
Hear inspiring stories leading up to Grandma's Marathon, a 26.2-mile road race along the scenic shores of Lake Superior and finishing in Duluth, Minn. Started in 1977 with only 150 runners, Grandma's Marathon is now the 12th largest marathon in the United States and brings approximately 20,000 participants to northern Minnesota each June. Our podcast is brought to you with the support of Essentia Health. Grandma's Marathon is proudly presented by Toyota, Members Cooperative Credit Union, and ...
 
Follow your spiritual curiosities and uncover a part of you that is waiting to be discovered! As an Intuitive Soul Coach and Spiritual Medium, I take an everyday and relatable approach to our spiritual side that explores our connection to the Other Side, the Universe and our own soul’s growth. Join me for a fun and practical approach on how life is whispering to you to fulfill your highest potential.
 
Deep Learning (DL) has attracted much interest in a wide range of applications such as image recognition, speech recognition and artificial intelligence, both from academia and industry. This lecture introduces the core elements of neural networks and deep learning, it comprises: (multilayer) perceptron, backpropagation, fully connected neural networks loss functions and optimization strategies convolutional neural networks (CNNs) activation functions regularization strategies common practic ...
 
This lecture first supplement the methods of preprocessing presented in Pattern Recognition 1 by some operations useful for image processing. In addition several approaches to image segmentation are shown, like edge detection, recognition of regions and textures and motion computation in image sequences. In the area of speech processing approaches to segmentation of speech signals are discussed as well as vector quantization and the theory of Hidden Markov Models. Accordingly several methods ...
 
What is KOS Kommunity PodClass? * A Place for Brothers & Sistars to Unite!!! * A Place of Divine Principles - Love, Truth Peace, Freedom and Justice * A Place to Meet Ancient Knowledge * A Place for Adeptship and Mastery * From Self-Salvation into Deific Life How is the KOS Kommunity Beneficial? * Gives Ability to Learn the Language of Self * Acquire Tools and Solutions for All Matters * To Make GOD and MAN ONE (UNI) = (Universe)
 
Hi, I am Melisa Caprio – Do you believe in Magic? What if I told you all you had to do was get a little creative, and work a magic spell to bring anything you can imagine into your life? Well, guess what, I’ve got the spell for you…Postcards to the Universe, A Global Movement for Manifestation is A casting magical tool for you to use whenever you want.Join me here with my show Postcards to the Universe with Melisa. I share manifesting, tips, postcards, creativity, abundance, and prosperity. ...
 
Natural Prodcast is a podcast about natural products and the science and scientists of secondary metabolism. Natural products, secondary metabolites, specialized metabolites -- whatever you want to call them, they're the chemicals that make species unique and different from one another, and are incredibly important to medicine, the environment, and human health. Join hosts Dan Udwary and Alison Takemura as they introduce concepts in this exciting field, and talk to the fascinating and entert ...
 
A podcast series in which two old uni friends, Matt Ketchell and Richie Wyatt, attempt to track down and interview as many footballers who featured in the 1997 Merlin Premier League sticker book as they can find. The pair ask players questions football fans have always wanted the answers to, take a nostalgic dribble through the playing career of their guest and stop to focus on the 1996/97 Premier League campaign, a period widely regarded as British football’s sweet spot. See acast.com/priva ...
 
Because powerful things, always come in threes. You can never settle on an argument when there are two - there's something magical about the Power of Three! We three amigos started debating at uni together and when we left we took the debate with us. Now we're inviting you to have a listen and join in! Every episode, one of us take on a topic that we feel is a important part of our lives.
 
Sports fanatic that graduated from Iowa State University in Speech Communications. Current broadcaster and varsity tennis coach. Favorite Teams- Glenwood Rams, Iowa State Cyclones, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Wild, Oakland Raiders, Minnesota Twins
 
Trancendance has been broadcasting from Vancouver, BC since 2001. We favour Psytrance, Hard Trance and Epic Trance, but also play Acid Trance, Deep Trance, Hard Dance and even some Breakbeat. We also love a good Classic Trance Anthem, especially if it's remixed. Current influences include Sander van Doorn, Gareth Emery, Nick Sentience, Ovnimoon, Ace Ventura, Save the Robot, Liquid Soul and Astrix. Older influences include uni on Jack, Carl Cox, Christopher Lawrence, Whoop! Records, Tidy Trax ...
 
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Eliot Clough sits down with Taylor Hogan from UNI Swimming and Diving and Softball. Taylor recently won Missouri Valley Conference Diver of the Week, and the Panthers upset Iowa in Iowa City! You can find Panther Point of View on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/panther-point-of-view/id1192759284 Spotify: https://t.co/j6Cns1UOa…
 
Solidarity 608, 6 October 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 12 to 17. Articles may include:NHS pay: move to formal ballots!Vote Martin Powell-Davies in NEU!UCU victory in LiverpoolDavid Miller and Bristol UniversityCWU to debate Labour linksCouncil pay: campaign for strikesDiary of an engineer: The language they understoodKino Eye: Greek refugee experienceR…
 
After 19 months of being effectively cut off, Australia is less than two weeks away from reopening the border to outbound travellers. NSW is going even further, by allowing returning travellers back in without quarantine, with other states including Victoria potentially following suit weeks later. So how will the end of the travel ban work in pract…
 
Queensland will be open by Christmas to vaccinated travellers from interstate COVID hotspots. A parliamentary inquiry finds deficient safeguards and calls for an overhaul of Australia's Aboriginal heritage laws after the Juukan Gorge destruction.And coalition tensions deepen with no deal yet despite a second day of National Party climate talks, so …
 
Psychics have become a multi-billion dollar industry, despite not being backed by science. But powerful people, like politicians and the police, still rely on them.The Liberal party has come up with its long-awaited plan to get to net zero by 2050. But the government still needs the support of their regional colleagues, the National party, who rema…
 
The global economy is in weirder shape than it's been in a long time. Major economies are emerging from lockdown, a complicated set of dynamics in Europe and Asia is causing energy prices to soar, and there's a new focus on driving down emissions. So do all these things taken together add up to an economic meltdown? Today on The Signal, we're speak…
 
The Catholic Church in Australia – the country’s largest religion – has held the first session of its most important meeting. The Plenary Council is a once-in-a-lifetime event, so it’s a time of hope and anxiety for Australian Catholics. James Carleton and the God Forbid panel examine what’s happened so far, and look forward to what could happen in…
 
Have you ever realised you were dreaming ... while in the middle of a dream?Lucid dreams are a common phenomenon, but many people don't realise that these surreal experiences of slumber can be influenced or controlled.On All in the Mind this week, we explore the world of dreams, hear some of the latest research in the area and learn the best ways t…
 
Can you say all-out transparency? This week things get heated as varying opinions collide about the LGBTQ+ community and support for each other.Download the N4RM app available on iOS and Android platforms! Sponsored by PriveNoire.comThe Winner's Circle: thewinnerscircle.vipwww.instagram.com/almostwokepodcastfacebook.com/pg/almostwokepodcasttwitter.…
 
Overseas holidays are on the cards for people in New South Wales, without quarantine on return, but the new Premier's plan to bring back foreign tourists too has hit a snag.Scott Morrison will attend the Glasgow climate talks after all - we’ll discuss the politics around climate policy with Insiders’ host David Speers.And will bikies with face tatt…
 
On today's show: A camel farmer invents a mobile dairy, the world's oldest rainforest is handed back to its original carers, kids use computers to help combat COVID-19, scientists discover dinosaurs wagged their tails, and we celebrate International Day of the Girl.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What toy did Max use to help design his dairy?2. How old is the Da…
 
Have you ever seen those videos online where someone hears a song, and they’re instantly transported back to a moment? It could be someone with Alzheimers or Dementia, or with a brain injury or trauma that language can’t reach, but music can. Maybe you’ve known someone with autism, who is non verbal but can communicate with song. It’s called music …
 
Tara Chatzakis is an entrepreneur, podcast host, author and a business start-up coach who is passionate about helping women create the confidence, mindset, and know-how to build their own businesses. Tara is here to be your cheerleader, motivator, and butt kicker. Her life purpose is to show the world the best and most effective ways to create what…
 
It's been hard to open a news app this week without running headlong into a story about hydrogen. But for an energy source that seems to be all the rage, it's still pretty hard to come by, which might explain the generalised confusion about what it is, and how it works. Today on The Signal, we explain why everyone seems to be throwing money at hydr…
 
Last week’s discussion of work and worth got a big response from the Bang Fam, and this week we’re digging deeper into how we spend our lives and how to become time millionaires. It’s a thing. A 4 Corners story investigating allegations of toxic work culture and abuse within Sony Music Australia reignites conversations around what’s next. And a GQ …
 
Pharmacists forced to tip vital doses of the Moderna vaccine down the sink, should they be used as booster shots instead?Vaccination rates for indigenous communities continue to lag the rest of Australia, we'll go to Yarrabah in far north Queensland where health workers are going door to door.And organisers of an Australian Facebook event featuring…
 
From online learning, to vaccine mandates, to fewer international students - there's no doubt the university sector has taken a hit due to COVID.We look at how the student experience has changed, and what the revenue shortfall from fewer international students will mean for the sector going forward.Plus, we speak to the Education Minister on why th…
 
As pressure mounts on the Federal Government to deliver a net zero by 2050 target, the Nationals are not being quiet about their resistance to stronger climate action. Plus, will the government’s COVID missteps be forgiven and forgotten by the time the federal election rolls around?SMH/The Age Chief Political Correspondent David Crowe joins PK and …
 
We’ll soon be walking around with them and flashing them to wine, dine and travel – but how easy will it be to spot a legitimate vaccine passport compared to a fake one? We discuss what could have prevented a security flaw and what’s being done about fake vaccine passports. Meanwhile, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia will be using an artificial i…
 
Solidarity 609, 13 October 2021 part 3 of 3 pages 12 to 17. Articles may include:Women's Fightback: Anti-vaxxers harm pregnant peopleIssues behind CWU conferenceMore legal agonies for LabourCroydon goes for mayor-powerSupport Facebook cleaners, 15 OctoberIndian farmers killed on protestsDiary of an engineer: The other side of the blockadeThe black …
 
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