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The #EduDuctTape Podcast, hosted by Jake Miller, focuses on viewing #edtech as a tool used to meet goals, address learning standards and solve problems in the classroom, much as duct tape is used as a tool that solves a plethora of problems in our lives. In each episode, Jake sits down with a different inspiring guest to share and discuss some awesome ideas for using tech in the classroom! Join us for Educational Duct Tape, every other week on Wednesday!
 
A podcast where I chat with fellow WTf (Women/trans/femme) athletes who are kicking ass and smiling through defeat and victory in their sport. My hope is that this podcast will encourage you to stray outside your comfort zone, to think about the world differently, and to accept people for who they are. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grinandgrindit/support
 
UNLOCK YOUR FREEDOM PODCAST Each episode lasts 45-90 minutes Launched: July 2018 If you’re done feeling enslaved to shame, we empower you to unlock your freedom through sharing people’s stories who’ve owned their truth and overcome shame, AND we surround you with a supportive community who encourages you on your journey. Join the Freedom Family! Kiera's "Unlock Your Freedom" Story... If you’re looking to leave the shackles of shame behind and unlock the freedom that awaits you, you’ve alread ...
 
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If you love video games, working in game development sounds like a dream job — especially since the industry now grosses more than movies and sports combined. But the reality is a lot less… fun than you might think. This week journalist Jason Schreier joins Adam to discuss his latest book Press Reset: Ruin and Recovery in the Video Game Industry. I…
 
Doug Adcock has been writing for thirty years, but published his first Edward Hunter adventure in 2016. He taught English, history, and drama to over 1000 students on four continents. Now retired, he splits his time between Colorado and Vermont. Besides writing, he skis, plays trombone, sings, square dances, bakes bread, and travels extensively. Th…
 
Twitter Spaces just expanded to anyone with > 600 followers, but now what? On this week’s Social Media News Live, Madalyn Sklar takes shares how to use Twitter Spaces to promote your business and expand your following. Find out where to put your time, money, and attention when it comes to Twitter and, as always, new features just added or coming so…
 
Voting rights are under assault around the country. And while we tend to see “democracy" as a big, abstract noun, it’s the smallest, most mundane details that determine whether or not people actually have the right to vote. This week Adam sits down with Tomas Lopez, executive director of Democracy North Carolina, a non-partisan organization that wo…
 
Rachel Dempsey has written and directed over a dozen plays for numerous acclaimed theater organizations such as Imagination Stage and ArtStream. Her prose won first prize in The Colorado Gold Rush Literary Awards and also won the Denver Women’s Press Club Emerging Writers Contest. She holds a BFA in Drama and English from NYU’s Tisch School of the …
 
Brands are investing more of their marketing budgets into influencer marketing campaigns. Is influencer marketing part of your 2021 digital marketing plan? On this week’s Social Media News Live, Neal Schaffer shares the latest influencer marketing strategies driving ROI and sales. Find out how to navigate the influencer landscape, find the right pa…
 
It had to happen eventually: We’re doing an episode about crypto. This week artist and technologist Everest Pipkin joins Adam to discuss Bitcoin, the blockchain, and the dire costs of crypto art, not only on our environment, but on the art community itself. Find Everest Pipkin’s art at https://everest-pipkin.com.…
 
Nylas director of engineering John Jung believes good software development comes from the inner weirdness of developers. That's why he's focused on creating the space needed for his team to find creative ways to solve problems. Learn how you can take a leaf out of his book and reap the benefits in this actionable interview.…
 
Dr. Desiree Alexander of EducatorAlexander.com joins the show to talk about formative assessment with videos in the classroom. Desiree and I discuss Edpuzzle, PlayPosit, Razor Arts, Nearpod, and more! Plus, I’ve got a BIG announcement to share! Show Notes Also Available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-58 Soapbox Moment: We’re in the 25th mile…
 
This time on the podcast, a group interview with the three nominees for Independent Writer of the Year. Andre Gonzalez is the international bestselling author of the Wealth of Time Series. He writes time-travel, thriller, and horror books after spending many years reading and studying the works of Stephen King and Dean Koontz. Keeping readers up la…
 
Facebook pushes dangerous misinformation to billions of people every day. So why can’t it… stop? This week, MIT Technology Review’s Senior AI Reporter, Karen Hao, joins Adam to detail her blockbuster report on how Facebook’s internal AI teams were instructed to stop fighting misinformation because doing so interfered with Facebook’s growth. Read he…
 
The tech talent shortage is fueling a workforce development revolution. With more and more companies unable to find software developers and IT pros to fill open positions, employers are taking radical steps to reskill non-technical talent for these roles. For today’s episode, we’re sharing the audio of recent webinar featuring Don Jones, head of de…
 
Did you know you can live stream to Amazon? Want to expand your audience and grow your revenue at the same time?Jim Fuhs shares how to live stream on Amazon on this week’s Social Media News Live. Listen and learn how to get started with Amazon Live, apply to become an Amazon Live Creator, and grow your business on the world’s largest retail site.…
 
It's Factually's 100th episode! To celebrate, Adam is joined by Full Frontal host Sam Bee to discuss the art of combining fact with farce. They talk the importance (or total unimportance) of informational comedy, consider what lies ahead in their careers, and dunk on sitcoms. Sam Bee's podcast "Full Release" launches May 4th. Listen wherever you ge…
 
Show Notes also available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-bonus-004 In January 2021, I had the opportunity to be on one of my favorite sources of educational technology learning: Kimberly Mattina's YouTube Live + Podcast, The Suite Talk. In this appearance, I share some of my favorite ways to kick off my class periods with smiles and laughs. I focus …
 
This time on the podcast, all about the 2021 edition of the Colorado Gold Rush Literary Awards. The guests are contest co-chairs ZJ Czupor and Sue Hinkin. ZJ Czupor writes mysteries, thrillers, and poetry. His novel excerpts have been winners or finalists in the Freddie Award for Writing Excellence, Southeastern Writers; Whodunit Mystery Writing (M…
 
1.8 billion people use Facebook Groups, and there are tens of millions of groups on Facebook. How is your Group standing out from the crowd? Learn how to grow, manage, and sustain a sense of community online with Lou Mongello. As host and producer of the WDWRadio podcast, Lou shares his strategies for building thriving, meaningful Facebook Groups a…
 
EdTech and Curriculum Consultant and Easy EdTech Podcast host Dr. Monica Burns joins me to identify ways that we can hear from ALL of our students. Her suggestion? Select tools that can give our learners choice and agency in how we hear from them! Tune in to hear what tools she suggests! Show notes also available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episo…
 
There are a lot of causes of the declining global birth rate – education, freedom, and even the decline of subsistence agriculture. But what if one of the biggest factors was … plastic? Epidemiologist and author Dr. Shanna Swan joins Adam this week to break down why phthalates affect our fertility as well as our overall health. They cover her scien…
 
Joy Meredith, who writes as Joy Jarrett, enjoys imagining something creepy in every situation, starting with a fourth-grade theater production when she became convinced a monster lived under the stage. She might not let different foods touch on her plate, yet she's fearless when it comes to mixing love stories and horror in her scary good romances.…
 
Clothes today cost a fraction of what they cost our grandparents — but why, and at what cost? Journalist and author Dana Thomas joins Adam to break down how fast fashion has made the industry explode into a one-trillion dollar industry, how dismal the working conditions are in many overseas factories, and how to shop and dress more sustainably. To …
 
Jeremy Morgan chats with the Director of engineering at Fernish, Kim Burgaard; VP of engineering at Via, Rodney Cox; and Engineering Manager of business solution and implementations at T-Mobile, Axel Robinson. Together, they’ll dive in to help you better understand developer productivity.
 
Amy Drayer grew up a free-range kid on a charming island in the Pacific Northwest, then migrated south to attend Scripps College in California. She later moved to Washington, D.C. where she worked in politics for far too long. Amy is a graduate of the inimitable Lighthouse Writers Workshop Book Project, an enthusiastic member of Rocky Mountain Fict…
 
Control Alt Achieve author Eric Curts joins me to talk about creative projects with Docs, Slides, and Sheets including Stop Motion Animation, Choose Your Own Adventure Activities, Emoji Learning Activities, Rebus Stories, Blackout Poetry, and Pixel Art! We also touch on Canva for Education, Adobe Spark for Education, Google Forms headers, flashcard…
 
We’re flooded with misinformation, and new research shows that cliches about “thinking critically” and “doing your own research” are counterproductive at best. Writer and educator Michael Caulfield joins Adam this week to explain his SIFT method for evaluating misinformation, why expertise is so important, and how we should approach unclear ideas l…
 
Mandy Miller is an attorney and holds a J.D. from Northwestern University, as well as a PhD degree in Psychology. She specializes in the representation of the mentally ill and criminally insane. The first half of her career was spent as a mergers and acquisitions attorney on Wall Street where the clientele was better dressed than her criminal clien…
 
Ever wonder what gives certain ideas, businesses, or careers unstoppable momentum? Are you looking for that spark to turn your small ideas into a huge success? Mark Schaefer talks about his new book, Cumulative Advantage: How to Build Momentum for Your Ideas, Business, and Life Against All Odds on this episode of Social Media News Live.…
 
Why is America's health care system so effed up, and what can be done to fix it? Author, physician, and civil servant Dr. Abdul El-Sayed joins Adam to discuss how we got here, his belief in single-payer healthcare, and why he's hopeful for the road ahead. His book Medicare For All: A Citizen’s Guide is available wherever books are sold.…
 
Karla M. Jay has wanted to write books since she was seven. Originally from the east coast, she makes her home in Salt Lake City. Over the years she has written in several different genres ranging from humor to noir, but currently is focused on historical fiction. When she's not writing, she's reading, gardening, playing with her dog, or traveling …
 
Do you know there are nearly one billion video views every day on Pinterest? Or that Pinterest users are 2.6x more likely to purchase after viewing brand video content on the platform? Alisa Meredith, Pinterest Product Specialist and Marketing Manager at Tailwind, joins us on this week’s Social Media News Live to talk about Pinterest’s newest marke…
 
You can also find these show notes at JakeMiller.net/eduducttape-episode-55 Soapbox Moment: “We Are Michael Jordan Playing Baseball” Contains a quote from this article by Michael Baumann from The Ringer Contains a quote from Terry Francona from Episode VII of The Last Dance Today’s Guest: Natasha Rachell Dr. Natasha Rachell is a former high school …
 
Journalist and author of "Fulfillment", Alec MacGillis, joins Adam this week to discuss how Amazon’s unprecedented and wide-spread growth has reshaped our economy and society. They cover the economic changes that created a vacuum for Amazon to fill; how economic concentration hurts both "winners" and losers; the lack of community and dignity Amazon…
 
NOTE: Apologies for audio issues on the first recording of this conversation. This version is new and clear. Maggie Smith lives in Wisconsin and her debut novel, Truth & Other Lies, will be published by Ten16Press in March 2022. She’s the host of the weekly podcast Hear Us Roar (available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google) where she interviews…
 
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