I want to motivate and help others who are having difficulty finding their life purpose.
Wagwan, this is Intricate Idiots; the podcast where we get sophisticated on a specific topic but still have banter because we are just some school kids with immature humour. So if you’re in the mood for a relaxing fun listen click below on one of the episodic podcasts to learn a little and laugh a lot. #teenswithmemes
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In this podcast dedicated to the business of cloud sales and marketing, hosts Michael Pollack and Sarah E. Brown talk to innovators, leaders, and practitioners about all things selling in the cloud. Brought to you by Intricately, the authoritative source of cloud product adoption, usage, and spend data for accelerating cloud sales and marketing.
DevNews is the news show for developers by developers, hosted by Saron Yitbarek, founder of CodeNewbie and Disco, and Josh Puetz, principal engineer at Forem. Each season these experienced devs cover the latest in the world of tech, and speak with diverse guests from a variety of backgrounds to dig deep into meaty topics such as security, the pros and cons of outsourcing your authentication, and the latest bugs and hacks.
Many complexly arranged elements come together in Intricate spaces to provide you with music by alternative artists that will definitely fill all your intricate spaces. Welcome to the Promotional Intricate Spaces Podcast for NetQast.com on iTunes. This Intricate Spaces episode will provide you with a taste of what we have to offer on NetQast.com and features a sampling of the artists and music available for discovery and for sale on our site. If you like what you hear here, join the other av ...
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Welcome to the mind of Highdoven a monthly showcasing of the very finest electronic dance music today. Originally hailing from Latvia, also known as Raivis from Riga aka HIGHDOVEN is based in London since 2004. Coming from the background of DJing he has experienced deep communication between himself and the clubbing audience Worldwide. Doing things for the right reasons and sharing it all with love - Highdoven Music - surrounded by nature and the Spirit above us.
Hello All, and Welcome to my home! I am here to discuss various topics with anyone willing to talk to me. Get comfortable, let me know if you want me to get you a drink! There's no curfew in the Ginger Bread Man's Domain.
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Debugged: A Congressional App Challenge Podcast connects the country’s youth and technology by *debugging* the intricate world of technology. By highlighting trends in the industry, simplifying complex concepts, and introducing high profile guests, Debugged offers an opportunity for its listeners to delve into tech in an analytical but relatable manner. Hosted by Medha Gupta, a Computer Science student at New York University, and the Congressional App Challenge, an annual national programmin ...
This podcast shares inspirational stories from different cultural perspectives. Guests will share their challenges and achievements to give us their unique point of view. It is my pleasure to share this space with amazing folks who are not afraid to make their voices heard. Let us learn and continue to grow together.
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The place where the internal streams of consciousness of Bayyenah are shared with all who will listen.
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An exploration of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights by Mrs. Walden's British Literature Honors class.
Welcome to the Unnecessary Commentary Podcast! Brought to you by Brittany, Juan, and Joseph.
How do films make you feel? We get personal about cinema and TV with actors, directors, cinematographers and other people from the continually evolving world of "content". A podcast from film critic Christopher Hooton See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A selection of oldskool Jungle, House Soul and R'n'B
A new weekly podcast from Cornerstone Church Kingston looking at 26 truths you need to know to help you grow, following the letters of the alphabet.Cornerstone Church Kingston are a family-friendly church in the heart of Kingston-upon-Thames, London. We are a group of people who have come to believe that the truth about Jesus’ life, death and resurrection is the best news this world could ever hear.
Award-winning radio host, Mikhail Tank (KPFK) invites you to enjoy provocative conversations on the subjects of Culture, the Arts, Psychology, and altogether deep conversations. Previous guests have included royalty, Grammy® nominated singers, top-selling and helpful psychologists, television stars, top-tier astrologers, religious and spiritual leaders, authors and artists.
** Interested in subscribing to Rabbi Haim Ovadia's weekday emails on Jewish Law? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, location, and a bit about yourself.** Course Objective- "To understand the historical and social context and identify the message or hidden message". In this series, he analyzes select sections from Midrash. This is the full Academic Course on Midrash and all its facets taught by Rabbi Haim Ovadia in the summer of 2016 at the Academy of Jewis ...
We take a look at the colorful Pakistani practice of turning big transport trucks into wildly bright works of art.By Hannah Bloch
We are involved in one another's business. What we do is what we are, and what happens to Us becomes what we are In. Lets get vague and confusing, tonight on "The Ginger Bread Man". Are we separate from our World? How much distance separates us? What do you want to see in you World? Thankyou so much for your attention and ears, I cannot tell you en…
Max finds a recovery service to help restore his memory of the enlightenment dimension. Credits Jack Strobe: J.R. Willett Max: Tim Ellis Dispatches from the Multiverse is a totally independent operation! Help us continue to create this podcast and get fun insider-only perks like behind-the-scenes raw recordings and extended editions of select episo…
This week we talk about Twitter NFT profile pictures and some stories about US government versus big tech. Then we speak with Ellen Fitzsimmons-Craft, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, about a research paper she co-authored about how the use of chatbots could help prevent and mitigate eating…
Max meets a seemingly stupid version of Jack Strobe. Credits Jack Strobe: J.R. Willett Max: Tim Ellis Dispatches from the Multiverse is a totally independent operation! Help us continue to create this podcast and get fun insider-only perks like behind-the-scenes raw recordings and extended editions of select episodes by supporting us on Patreon! Pr…
Sarah McCammon speaks with comedian Samantha Bee about the seventh season of "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee," which airs on TBS.By Sarah McCammon
We hear another story from Dark Winter Nights, the storytelling show and podcast from Alaska. This week features Ray Smith's story about a late-night ride with some unusual company.By KUOW Staff
Sarah McCammon speaks to Sonia Sodha from 'The Guardian' about the sexual abuse lawsuit against Prince Andrew and its impact on the institution of Britain's royal family.By Sarah McCammon
Sarah McCammon speaks with Mexican singer-songwriter Silvana Estrada about her new album, "Marchita."By Sarah McCammon
In this episode, we talk about Walmart’s plans to get into NFTs and cryptocurrency, telecom operators starting to block Apple’s iCloud Private Relay, and an attack of the Wordle clones. Then we speak with Valentin Vasilyev, co-Founder and CTO at FingerprintJS, whose team spotted a vulnerability in Safari 15’s IndexedDB API. Show Notes Scout APM (De…
In this episode of Debugged, Medha Gupta sits down with Sayan and Sohil Bhatia, co-founders of the organization Start STEM Early, to discuss the creation of their nonprofit and the inspiration for their interest in computer science. Start STEM Early is an organization that provides free STEM education to middle school students in the context of non…
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Anna Eisen, one of the founding members of Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, about what the community experienced during the hostage situation.By Sacha Pfeiffer
Listener Gradie Cartlidge plays the puzzle with puzzlemaster Will Shortz and NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer.By Will Shortz
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks to Dr. Manfred Green of the University of Haifa about what Israel has learned about vaccinations and the new Omicron surge.By Sacha Pfeiffer
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Jabari Asim about his new novel "Yonder." It's about the relationships and experiences of a group of enslaved people in the antebellum South.By Sacha Pfeiffer
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Alex Mumford, who moved to the Isle of Rum in the Scottish Hebrides as a part of the island chain's efforts to boost its population.By Sacha Pfeiffer
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks to Texas musician Jana Horn about her debut folk album, "Optimism."By Sacha Pfeiffer
We are wired to be social creatures, and we often have to consider the effects of our actions through the lense of another. Building off practiced empathy we can begin to make calculations on where we want to place our feet. Have you ever had something that was Too Hot, or Too Cold? Have you ever been going Too Fast or Too Slow? I know I have. This…
In this episode, we talk about a developer who broke around 19-thousand projects by intentionally corrupting his own open source libraries, and how iMessage won in the smartphone battle for favor amongst Gen Z. Then we speak with Dr. Merav Ozair, Leading Blockchain expert and FinTech Professor at Rutgers Business School, about NFTs and the turbulen…
Jack Strobe finds an unusual note in the pocket of his new jacket. Credits Jack Strobe: J.R. Willett Max: Tim Ellis Dispatches from the Multiverse is a totally independent operation! Help us continue to create this podcast and get fun insider-only perks like behind-the-scenes raw recordings and extended editions of select episodes by supporting us …
Ayesha Rascoe speaks to Professor Mark Anthony Neal of Duke University about Sidney Poitier's legacy as a racial justice activist. The actor passed away Thursday at the age of 94.By Ayesha Rascoe
Geoff Carroll recalls an eventful encounter with a polar bear on the sea ice of northern Alaska. It was originally performed for the Alaska storytelling show and podcast "Dark Winter Nights".By KUOW Staff