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Ranking (and debating) our favorite things! Each episode of List It features an author, writer, expert, or celebrity ranking their favorite things from different aspects of pop culture. Hosted by writer, producer, and podcaster Jesse Carey, List It breaks down everything from our guests’ favorite albums, movies, and books to the most fascinating Wikipedia rabbit holes, internet trends, travel destinations, and more. List It … making “arguing” on the internet fun again! From the Ironclad Cont ...
 
Join us on this journey to share stories, tips, and information about all things camping, hiking, and living! We are Christopher Hiller, camping supply store owner and all around camping expert, and Nate Harrington, avid hiker and outdoor enthusiast, and together we've got the experience and enthusiasm to guide you to get out there too!
 
State of the Hack is hosted by FireEye's Christopher Glyer (@cglyer) and Nick Carr (@itsreallynick), that discusses the latest in information security, digital forensics, incident response, cyber espionage, APT attack trends, and tales from the front lines of significant targeted intrusions.
 
Welcome to Look Hughes Talking. We're two Los Angeles based comedians, Tim and Anthony, and we want to talk to you about Hughes...John Hughes! Join the two of us, weekly, as we travel through Hughes' angst filled body of work. We'll cover everything he's written or directed, from classics like Pretty in Pink, to forgotten adventures like Nate and Hayes. Spoilers will run rampant, so be sure to watch the movies along with us, or don't! Just remember, life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop ...
 
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Public art projects present many technical and aesthetic challenges including, first and foremost, how the artist conveys her concept to a broad swath of the general public. When considering the Multnomah County Central Courthouse in Portland, Oregon, Lynn Basa took on the challenge of translating the principles of hope for users of the new buildin…
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “for.” We talk about this data generating macro, …
 
This week, we go back in time, for a story that wouldn't even be possible, today. He was born in 1926, lived through the depression by learning to gamble, at a young age. He joined the Navy for WWII, but only because his choice was the military, or jail. He ended up in military jail, though, due to his constant violence & disappearing. His wild lif…
 
Jon and Scoop interview science fiction author and attorney Christopher Brown about his latest book, Failed State, his second “dystopian lawyer” novel. The book is set just after the Second American Revolution. Protagonist Donny Kimoe, a good lawyer in a bad time, looks for a kidnap victim while trying to broker a truce between bright green rebels …
 
In a time of darkness, Julie Conway relies upon her studio practice for survival, but also as a means of sharing sparkle, beauty and light with the rest of the world. A glass artist and lighting designer, she founded Illuminata Art Glass Design LLC to offer bespoke, luxurious custom lighting designed to amplify molten glass and its abilities to ref…
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “sort and sort-by.” We lay out a list of ways to …
 
This week, we dive back into the "brain damage sports" with a boxer who had plenty. Plenty of fights, plenty of accolades, plenty of money, plenty of brain damage, plenty of cocaine, and definitely plenty of arrests. He was an intelligent, big afro wearing, own clothes making gourmet chef, and heavyweight champ of the world, as well. But his true l…
 
Maggie and Scoop interview Jeanne Mozier, a popular astrologer and speaker. Her understanding of both politics and astrology inform her wide-ranging predictions. Jeanne holds degrees in political science from Cornell and Columbia universities. Her professional background includes research, planning and electoral politics. She has worked through the…
 
With Tenet finally in theaters, this week on List It, Jesse is joined by his good friend, RELEVANT Senior Editor Tyler Huckabee to rank the movies of Christopher Nolan. Queue up the Hans Zimmer, we’re doing a deep dive into some of our favorite epics like Dunkirk, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Interstellar, Inception, and more!…
 
Bandhu Dunham: Exploring the Intersection of Self and the Natural World The 1950s and ‘60s marked the heyday of kinetic sculpture with Alexander Calder’s mobiles and Jean Tinguely’s junk machine that destroyed itself in the sculpture garden of the Museum of Modern Art. But to glass lovers, Bandhu Dunham put himself on the same map with his 2016 Rub…
 
This week, we go somewhere we don't normally go, to discuss the utterly sad, and truly sorry story of an Olympic Figure Skater. She began skating at the age of 3, and rebelled pretty much ever since. She smoked, fought, went out to party, and did all the things that perfect little figure skaters aren't supposed to do... Which is fine, until you get…
 
Eliza Evans experiments with sculpture, print, video, and textiles to identify disconnections and absurdities in social, economic, and ecological systems. She carefully researches initial parameters of each work, which evolve as a result of interaction with people, time, and weather. Her latest environmental art project, “All the Way to Hell,” has …
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “partition-by and group-by.” We get a handle on b…
 
This week, author, podcaster, and all around amazing person Annie F. Downs joins Jesse, as they rank their favorite HGTV and Food Network Shows. It's double the list for the same price! Come for the ridiculous banter and stay for the surprisingly sentimental reflections about life in quarantine.By Ironclad Content Network
 
This week, we transport back to the 70s to look at a man who had it all, talent, ability, style... and a rip roarin' drug habit that consumed all in its path. So much so, that he went from being the first Black starting quarterback in the post-merger NFL era & being on the cover of Sports Illustrated, all the way down to a ton of arrests, including…
 
In this episode, we talk about e-Patients, participatory medicine, and Covid-19. We also talk about “long haulers,” people who have Covid-19 as more of a chronic condition. Their symptoms extend long after recovery. Our guests are e-Patient Dave deBronkart and Dr. Marge Benham-Hutchins. Dave is a cancer survivor and international speaker on healthc…
 
Each week on List It, podcaster and writer Jesse Carey breaks down a list of his guests’ favorite items in pop culture category or topic. On today’s episode, we hear from writer, speaker, and podcaster ‘Science Mike’ McHargue about his three favorite “Big Ideas” in science technology. Like anything Mike’s involved with, it’s a mind-blowing ride! To…
 
Christina Bothwell: Transforming Symbols into Spirits of Creation Exploring themes of birth, death, animal-human relationships and parallel worlds suggests that Christina Bothwell is a magical realist. Her work conjures scenes from fables or children’s stories in which something impossible is happening quite naturally and spontaneously. Bothwell sa…
 
Joseph Rowe joins Scoop and Jon in a discussion of spiritual community, evolution, and awakening. Joseph is a musician, composer, writer, storyteller. He is also an author and translator, and a meditator and teacher. He performs sacred music and conducts workshop with Catherine Braslavsky. Before our session, Joseph wrote in an email “I have this n…
 
This week, we check on a man who was supposed to be the greatest player, ever in his sport. He was even told that by the actual greatest player to ever play his sport. The possibilities were endless, but life in Brazil was hard, considering the kidnapping of his mother, by a man they call "Brazilian Bin Laden". None of that seemed to give him any r…
 
Each episode of List It features an author, writer, expert, or celebrity ranking their favorite things from different aspects of pop culture. Hosted by writer, producer, and podcaster Jesse Carey, List It breaks down everything from our guests’ favorite albums, movies, and books to the most fascinating Wikipedia rabbit holes, internet trends, trave…
 
Renshin Bunce is a hospice chaplain and Zen priest. She was ordained at San Francisco Zen Center in 2003, and received dharma transmission in April of 2013. She later began training as a chaplain at the Sati Center’s Buddhist Chaplaincy Training in Redwood City in 2007. A one year hospital residency in Clinical Pastoral Education followed. She move…
 
This week, we look at a man who had all the size & ability to be an all time NBA great, but seemed to lack in the desire department. He did show a desire for getting arrested, as he had many more trips to jail, than the all-star game. He punches people in bars, gets accused of worse, all white referring to himself in the third person & blowing $91 …
 
Creating under the pseudonym 2-Stroke since 2013, Christopher McElroy constructs one-of-a-kind pipes and rigs adorned with his colorful, psychedelic, textile-inspired patterning technique known as Heliocoileh. His current body of work includes polychromatic water pipes, dry pipes, cups, marbles, and beads, created with the philosophy that the ornam…
 
This week, we check out a story that starts with a man, born without the usual physical gifts bestowed upon our subjects. He overcame huge odds to make it to the Olympics, as a disabled person. While this was all happening, an ego was building inside of him. Everything comes to a head one night, when he fires four shots through his bathroom door, l…
 
Mark Frauenfelder, Research Director of Institute for the Future, discusses his life as editor, blogger, maker, and influencer. Mark has been a vital part of the mainstreaming of the Internet. He was associate editor of Wired Magazine, and he was editor-in-chief at Wired.com and Make Magazine. He was aslo founder of the popular boingboing zine and …
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “filter, filterv, remove, keep, and keep-indexed.…
 
This week, we travel down the path of a sad, twisty story of a man who started with such promise. He came from a very abusive family, putting his toughness on display with a championship boxing career. The problem is, he also couldn't stop getting arrested. Find out why he said he father "made Hitler look like a choir boy", and just what the Gambin…
 
Nate Wilcox is host of “Let It Roll,” a podcast with a series of in-depth interviews with music writers. Nate and his collaborators are assembling a history of popular music in America with a focus on the social, technological and business forces that drive the culture. Rock journalist Ed Ward’s History of Rock and Roll inspired the podcast, and Ed…
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “first, second, key, and val.” We talk about posi…
 
Nathan Watson: Achieving Equity through Community Building and Art Making Investigating a range of issues from equity and privilege to materiality and labor, Nathan Watson’s artwork addresses complex social issues through a combination of monochromatic glass and compelling form. After directing San Francisco State University’s small glass program f…
 
This week, we explore the life of a man who went from the tobacco fields of Cuba, to Yankee Stadium, and nearly pitching a no hitter. But after a lengthy, yet mediocre baseball career, he embarked on several enterprises, such as making cigars, and being involved in the drug trade. Known for dressing up in elaborate cowboy outfits, and always carryi…
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “apply.” We take time to unroll some examples of …
 
Robert Matney is Managing Director of Government Affairs at Yonder. Yonder is a company that discovers who controls and amplifies narratives across the internet. It uses AI to identify influential groups, called factions, making them visible to Yonder’s clients. Rob has his finger on the pulse of emerging online narratives, which puts him in a grea…
 
This week, we look at a man who came to America, in search of a better life... and apparently to be a jerk. His NFL career was long, but so is his criminal record. Even with his attempts to try to pass himself off as an innocent foreigner, it's pretty obvious that he k new what he was doing. The fighting, the drinking, the GHB, more fighting, more …
 
This week, we bring you one of the most anticipated episodes. One that you've all been asking for. He was considered extra crazy, in a time & business where crazy was the currency. In wrestling, his violence was unparalleled, including using staple guns, a Nintendo, or anything else that could be considered an implement of violence. Sometimes, this…
 
Jasmina Tešanović is a Feminist and political activist, originally from Serbia. She is also author of 15 books, a journalist, musician, translator and film director. More recently, she was one of the founders of Casa Jasmina, smart home of the future, in Turin, Italy. She is the author of the manifesto and movement “Internet of Women Things.” She w…
 
Early exploration of flameworking and its applications play out in Elliott Todd’s diverse body of work that ranges from functional glass pipes to glass drawings to breakthrough video presentations on Instagram, such as the 2019 demonstration of musical instruments made at his torch. For his BFA show at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylva…
 
This week, we travel back in time for a super swingin', cocaine snortin', late 70's/early 80's good time! He overcame some odds with his immense talent, but hit a major stumbling block with drugs. He partook in everything the New York lifestyle had to offer. He had all the women, partied at Studio 54 & Plato's Retreat, and snorted millions of dolla…
 
Jon and Scoop discuss the state of the news industry with Emily Gertz. Emily is a New York-based journalist, and Senior Editor at Drilled News. We consider what’s working and what’s not, especially with Internet-based journalism and news organizations. We also discuss the question of authority in a world of proliferating sources of news and claims …
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “comp.” We create a whole episode by combining ex…
 
Alicia Lomné: Reinventing Pâte de Verre A process that involves creating a model, pouring a mould, and carefully applying very thin layers of powdered glass within that mould, pâte de verre has historically been associated with the matt/frosted, translucent vessel forms of Lalique and Daum. Enter Alicia Lomné, who has not simply redefined the techn…
 
Gary Gach returns to the Plutopia Podcast to discuss mindfulness and joy in the era of Covid-19. Our conversation was inspired in part by Gary’s March Lion’s Roar essay, “Practicing Equanimity in a State of Emergency.” Excerpt: To flex your mindfulness muscle, you might try this brief exercise. Visualize the now-familiar COVID-19 virus for a moment…
 
This week, we take a look at a story that is unlike any we've ever told. A man pops out of nowhere, with a full bank account, and desire to build, and drive for the best racing team in Europe. He bought the hot cars, and lived the life... until it comes to light that he's not exactly who he says he is. As a matter of fact, he's not at all who he sa…
 
Honoria Starbuck is a professor of practice in the School of Design and Creative Technologies in the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas. She’s also an artist known for her vibrant watercolors, and especially for her Zen Chicken series. Honoria studied art and art history at the University of Texas. She holds an interdisciplinary PhD in…
 
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