Best Wolff podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Economic Update is a weekly nationally syndicated radio program produced by Democracy at Work and hosted by Richard D. Wolff. The program explores complex economic issues and empowers listeners with information to analyze their own financial situation as well as the economy at large. By focusing on the economic dimensions of everyday life - wages, jobs, taxes, debts, and profits - the program explores alternative ways to organize markets and government policies.
 
Economic Update is a weekly nationally syndicated radio program produced by Democracy at Work and hosted by Richard D. Wolff. The program explores complex economic issues and empowers listeners with information to analyze their own financial situation as well as the economy at large. By focusing on the economic dimensions of everyday life - wages, jobs, taxes, debts, and profits - the program explores alternative ways to organize markets and government policies.
 
Alec Baldwin brings listeners into the lives of artists, policy makers and performers.
 
The podcast about Python and the people who make it great
 
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React Native Radio
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React Native Radio Podcast
 
Songs, stories, comedy, japes, and jingles!
 
Doing It At Home is a weekly podcast about home birth and our decision to go from a traditional hospital birth with an OBGYN to a natural birth at home with midwives. This is a raw and honest show that explores homebirth from every angle. We talk about the fears and judgements thrown at you when you choose home birth. We share resources that we found tremendously helpful for understanding our birthing options. We confess the magic and craziness in preparing for pregnancy, home birth, motherh ...
 
A podcast for the sane and rational left to discuss important topics relevant and accessible to all.
 
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This Comic's Life
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This podcast follows comedian Daryl Williams aka D. Williams aka Dumb-ass from his very first open mic all the way to the present. Each episode he talks about his stand up routines and invites fellow comedians to talk about their journey too. He also throws in a sketch, a cool flashback, or a poorly executed celebrity impression to shake things up now and then. It's a podcast, it can be whatever he wants! He can even talk about himself in the third person! Subscribe where ever you get podcas ...
 
First-time director Gia Coppola and actors Emma Roberts and Nat Wolff discuss their film Palo Alto. This vibrant and cinematic immersion in the high school experience follows overlapping stories of teens and the adults around them in the titular town.
 
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What inspires birth workers to do what they do? In today’s episode, we’re chatting with Sarah DiMarco, a birth and bereavement doula and a mama of a blended family of 7. She shares both her experience as a doula as well as her birth stories. Following her first birth, which was in a hospital, and then experiencing 2 miscarriages after that, Sar ...…
 
America’s most famous healthcare expert was actually born in Canada! The Vox reporter and all-around policy guru explains how, in a country with entrenched interests similar to ours, progressives managed to win coverage for every Canadian. Plus she gives her take on the remarkable unity in the Democratic Party over "Medicare for All," the polit ...…
 
Summary Python has become one of the dominant languages for data science and data analysis. Wes McKinney has been working for a decade to make tools that are easy and powerful, starting with the creation of Pandas, and eventually leading to his current work on Apache Arrow. In this episode he discusses his motivation for this work, what he sees ...…
 
Updates on International Women's Day, UC to make all research free, Cuomo begs and bribes Amazon again, US denounces UK protectionism, Spain = #1 healthiest country vs US at #35, how Trump/GOP raised taxes and thereby cut refunds. Interview with Eleanor Goldfield, creator and host of Act Out! TV show on political activism today.…
 
Updates on International Women's Day, UC to make all research free, Cuomo begs and bribes Amazon again, US denounces UK protectionism, Spain = #1 healthiest country vs US at #35, how Trump/GOP raised taxes and thereby cut refunds. Interview with Eleanor Goldfield, creator and host of Act Out! TV show on political activism today.…
 
Did anyone create their birth plans before becoming pregnant? In today’s episode, we chat with Bailey Calvin about her birth story with her daughter Riley Jo. Bailey planned to have a home birth before becoming pregnant. She had just always envisioned a home birth for when she had babies. It did take a little while for her husband Taylor to get ...…
 
Summary The current buzz in data science and big data is around the promise of deep learning, especially when working with unstructured data. One of the most popular frameworks for building deep learning applications is PyTorch, in large part because of their focus on ease of use. In this episode Adam Paszke explains how he started the project, ...…
 
[S9 E10] Updates on striking Oakland school teachers, dangers of declining pensions, bank fined for helping clients evade taxes, in tariff war over black olives US vs EU, stagnant real wages in US explain rising inequality. Interview with Larry Williams, Jr., labor union activist and co-founder of UnionBase.org.…
 
[S9 E10] Updates on striking Oakland school teachers, dangers of declining pensions, bank fined for helping clients evade taxes, in tariff war over black olives US vs EU, stagnant real wages in US explain rising inequality. Interview with Larry Williams, Jr., labor union activist and co-founder of UnionBase.org.…
 
Did any naysayers try to convince you that you couldn’t have the birth you wanted? It can be very challenging to process and deal with the feedback we get from people around us, especially care providers. In today’s episode we’re chatting with Ruth Sufrin about her HBAC journey. After an unplanned c-birth with her son Zev, she grieved the natur ...…
 
The legendary violinist talks about his difficult childhood, stricken by polio in the war-torn early days of Israeli statehood -- and laughs about his early success, whisked away to the United States at 13 to perform on the Ed Sullivan Show. Plus, what makes a truly great instrumentalist? What makes a great teacher? Later, his wife Toby Perlman ...…
 
Summary The Redis database recently celebrated its 10th birthday. In that time it has earned a well-earned reputation for speed, reliability, and ease of use. Python developers are fortunate to have a well-built client in the form of redis-py to leverage it in their projects. In this episode Andy McCurdy and Dr. Christoph Zimmerman explain the ...…
 
https://sensiblesocialistcom.files.wordpress.com/2019/03/episode-34-bernie.mp3 In this episode I talk about the man of the hour: Bernie Sanders. Download: .mp3
 
Any mamas out there who have birthed in multiple countries? Today’s guest, Lindsay Wolff shares her two home birth experiences with us. Her first with her daughter Isla was in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and her second daughter Marin was in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Both times Lindsay and her husband Jeremy had to navigate entirely ne ...…
 
Updates on the economics of immigration, France's yellow vests join union-called general strike, demonstrations against Sackler family's profiting from oxycontin, and New York City Council considers giving priority to fast-food workers (majority) over employers (minority). Major discussions of: (1) successful strikes by Mexican workers and thei ...…
 
Updates on the economics of immigration, France's yellow vests join union-called general strike, demonstrations against Sackler family's profiting from oxycontin, and New York City Council considers giving priority to fast-food workers (majority) over employers (minority). Major discussions of: (1) successful strikes by Mexican workers and thei ...…
 
Hey guys! Thanks for tuning in to another great episode of This Comic's Life with me Daryl Williams! Did you miss me? Course you did! On this episode I have the awesome and talented Sasha Sakha to sit down and talk about that beautiful thing called stand up comedy. We also talked about her family, her eating habits, her love for Japanese animat ...…
 
Summary Any time that your program needs to interact with other systems it will have to deal with serializing and deserializing data. To prevent duplicate code and provide validation of the data structures that your application is consuming Steven Loria created the Marshmallow library. In this episode he explains how it is built, how to use it ...…
 
Birth workers: what inspired you to start? Today’s birth story is packed full of awesome conversation. We chatted with Cayla Adkins about her 3 different birth stories: hospital with an epidural to a precipitous hospital birth to a home birth. Cayla walks us through the differences in these experiences as well as her evolution into choosing a h ...…
 
Josh Justice joins us to talk about testing React Native. We discuss everything from unit testing, to integration & end-to-end testing.
 
Russia has glittering towers and a jet-set elite, but grinding rural poverty. It has one of the world’s great literary traditions, but throws dissenters in jail for a blog post. Who is Vladimir Putin, the man who created this new world power through force of will? New York Times’ correspondent Steven Lee Myers unravels some of this question for ...…
 
Summary Chaos engineering is the practice of injecting failures into your production systems in a controlled manner to identify weaknesses in your applications. In order to build, run, and report on chaos experiments Sylvain Hellegouarch created the Chaos Toolkit. In this episode he explains his motivation for creating the toolkit, how to use i ...…
 
https://sensiblesocialistcom.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/episode-33-sam-harris-the-socialist.mp3 In this episode I dive into my critiques of Sam Harris. While there is a lot of bad-faith criticism of Sam, I wanted to try to do so in good faith. Download: .mp3
 
Would you consider having dual care providers for your prenatal and birth prep? In today’s episode we’re chatting with Ruby Pontbriand, who shares with us her birth history and decision to have dual care for her second pregnancy. She attended appointments with her OBGYN as well as visits with her midwife. All while planning to birth at home. Th ...…
 
https://sensiblesocialistcom.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/episode-32-it-doesnt-matter-if-youre-black-or-white-with-delonte-wilkins.mp3 In this episode I talk with Delonte Wilkins, an activist and organizer in the Washington D.C. Area with Link Up. We discuss his experience in the (formerly) Chocolate City and the links between gentrification and ...…
 
Has anyone ever felt like a failure because their birth didn’t go exactly the way they planned? We think this happens far too often. That’s why we’re happy we have conversations like the one we have today on the podcast. Allison Rich joins us to share her birth story. After a false diagnosis of PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) medically mismana ...…
 
Summary Music is a part of every culture around the world and throughout history. Musicology is the study of that music from a structural and sociological perspective. Traditionally this research has been done in a manual and painstaking manner, but the advent of the computer age has enabled an increase of many orders of magnitude in the scope ...…
 
How can Earth Scientists and programmers really make predictions about the climate? What are the ethics of having kids in a warming world? How to combat the disastrous politicization of the issue? Dr. Peter deMenocal is the Dean of Science at Columbia, and a Geologist. As a research scientist, he studies how Earth's climate has changed in the p ...…
 
Summary Software development is a career that attracts people from all backgrounds, and Python in particular helps to make it an approachable occupation. Because of the variety of paths that can be taken it is becoming increasingly common for practitioners to bypass the traditional computer science education. In this episode David Kopec discuss ...…
 
The team from Facebook Marketplace joins us to talk about the challenges behind building one of the largest React Native apps in production in the world.
 
Can birth actually feel like you’re high and running through the jungle?Well, listen in because it can and it did for today’s guest, Becca Coren.Becca shares her journey to home birth - from a miracle pregnancy that brought with it challenges, a job change and move, tantric healing, and the result of an ecstatic home birth experience. She walks ...…
 
Summary As a developer and user of open source code, you interact with software and digital media every day. What is often overlooked are the rights and responsibilities conveyed by the intellectual property that is implicit in all creative works. Software licenses are a complicated legal domain in their own right, and they can often conflict w ...…
 
https://sensiblesocialistcom.files.wordpress.com/2019/01/episode-31-venezuela.mp3 In this episode we talk about developments in Venezuela. On January 23, 2019, the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, Venezuela’s National Assembly President Juan Guaido gave a speech to a crowd during a mass opposition rally again ...…
 
How often do we carry fears from other people’s births into our own?In today’s story, you’ll hear about how you can make birth and motherhood your own unique journey. We’re chatting with our friend Olivia Miller about her 3 births (hospital, home and planned home birth moved to a hospital, in that order).Links:DIAH Shop - https://www.bonfire.co ...…
 
This episode talks about a movie whose premise might be disturbing to some. The Human Centipede wasn't in every multiplex when it came out in 2010, but the film is now firmly a part of American culture, the basis of parodies from South Park to Conan O'Brien. When it was released, the premise was so revolting that many reviewers wouldn't even su ...…
 
Summary As we build software projects, complexity and technical debt are bound to creep into our code. To counteract these tendencies it is necessary to calculate and track metrics that highlight areas of improvement so that they can be acted on. To aid in identifying areas of your application that are breeding grounds for incidental complexity ...…
 
Why would a labor and delivery nurse choose home birth?There are quite a few reasons, at least for today’s guest Corrie Oyinloye. Corrie has been a labor and delivery nurse for 10 years. And two years ago, she chose home birth for the birth of her daughter, Rachel.Corrie’s story also includes creating the space for her husband Gabe to feel conf ...…
 
Summary Computers have found their way into virtually every area of human endeavor, and archaeology is no exception. To aid his students in their exploration of digital archaeology Shawn Graham helped to create an online, digital textbook with accompanying interactive notebooks. In this episode he explains how computational practices are being ...…
 
Evan Bacons comes on the show to talk about everything from AR Core to Legos on this episode of React Native Radio.
 
https://sensiblesocialistcom.files.wordpress.com/2019/01/episode-30-an-honest-conversation-with-stephan-molyneux.mp3 In this episode I present to you a conversation I had with Stephan Molyneux a few years back. Some if it helpful to see the difference, some is a lesson in how not to argue. Either way. Enjoy. Download: .mp3…
 
Ever heard any of these approaches to birth: couples birth, daddy delivery, husband and wife birth?Well today our guest Lynn Griesemer, who is a mother of 6, marriage coach, podcaster and author (among many other things) joins us for a conversation about including your partner in the birth experience. Giving them an active role and making birth ...…
 
What did birth teach you?In today’s episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with personal branding and online business strategist Kimra Luna. She shares a little bit from each of her 3 births, a mix of circumstances and lessons. When she first learned she was going to be a mother, Kimra immersed herself in resources like “Business of Being Bo ...…
 
On January 27th, 2017, Donald Trump issued the travel ban barring visitors and migrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Becca Heller, founder of the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), had seen it coming. She foresaw that it would catch people in planes, turning passengers into undocumented immigrants midair. She prepare ...…
 
Summary Every day there are satellites collecting sensor readings and imagery of our Earth. To help make sense of that information, developers at the meteorological institutes of Sweden and Denmark worked together to build a collection of Python packages that simplify the work of downloading and processing satellite image data. In this episode ...…
 
https://sensiblesocialistcom.files.wordpress.com/2019/01/episode-29-libertarian-socialism.mp3 In this episode we talk about Libertarian Socialism with serious help from Noam Chomsky over the years. DSA Libertarian Socialist Caucus The Libertarian Socialist Thought of Noam Chomsky Download: .mp3
 
Can you believe it’s been 200 episodes of the Doing It At Home podcast?!Today we’re celebrating 200 episodes with our first episode of 2019. And it’s a fun one. We share some really cool things that are going on, things to look forward to in 2019. And we also take a trip down memory lane for some of our highlights…
 
Eric Elliot, the author of Programming JavaScript Applications and Composing Software, joins us to discuss building modern Progroessive Web Apps (PWAs).
 
Summary The web has spawned numerous methods for communicating between applications, including protocols such as SOAP, XML-RPC, and REST. One of the newest entrants is GraphQL which promises a simplified approach to client development and reduced network requests. To make implementing these APIs in Python easier, Syrus Akbary created the Graphe ...…
 
https://sensiblesocialistcom.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/Episode-28-Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez-and-the-Green-New-Deal.mp3 In this episode we discuss Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Green New Deal and discuss the positives and negatives of her approach and the proposal itself. Text of Proposal for Select Committee for a Green New Deal. Download: .mp3…
 
What did you do when people give you unnecessary and negative comments about your birth plan?Today we’re addressing a couple of listener emails, ranging from topics of dealing with comments about the pain of birth, incorporating your spirituality or religious faith into your birth planning and the discussion of costs of home birth.Links:Parents ...…
 
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