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Best Missing Link Studios podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Missing Link Studios podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. This Anthro Life brings you smart conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds to make sense of it all. We dig into truth and hope in our creative potential through design, culture, and technology. ...
 
Fitness is getting more and more complicated. And as you know - that really doesn't help matters. It doesn't help you, because the last thing you need is more complication in your life. Simplification is the key to your success... This podcast is where I open the door to a whole new way to approach your fitness, your wellness and your overall quality of life, not just for now - but for years and years to come. I present this all in the way that I've embodied, not just personally, but also in ...
 
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Ever wonder why certain new ideas stick while others don’t? We often hear a lot about innovation when it comes to new ideas, but really that’s only part of the equation. Psychology, marketing, neuroscience - and yes - anthropology can help us make sense of why some new ideas stick while others fall flat. On this episode Adam Gamwell talks with neur…
 
What is it about coffee and tea - two simple drinks - that both transcends culture and is intimately bound up by it? In this episode, Adam talks with Independent documentary filmmaker and coffee anthropologist Brooke Bierhaus about her film "The Connected Cup" which explores the heart of coffee and tea as global human connectors across cultures and…
 
Today we talk with Voltage Control president Douglas Ferguson and we're taking you beyond the prototype. If you ever run a design sprint, or even if you simply sat down at your desk to think through a really cool idea for a product or a new podcast or how do we improve something in your neighborhood. You started the design process. The question is,…
 
The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) is a next-generation observatory currently under development that has created a watershed moment for the scientific community and Hawaiian society. This is because of its planned location on Mauna Kea… the most sacred mountain in the Hawaiian religion. But the case of TMT and Mauna Kea is not an outlier because moun…
 
Produced in collaboration with Experience by Design. We are witnessing a moment in our lifetimes that we will hopefully never see again. The world is gripped in a pandemic of a scale unseen for a century. Beyond the human toll, we are seeing how healthcare systems people once had trust in crumble before their eyes. In this episode, Adam and Gary ta…
 
Gigaom CEO, publisher and author of "The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers, and the Future of Humanity" stops by virtually to chat with Adam and guest host Astrid Countee to help us make sense of just what Artificial Intelligence is, what are its promises and limits, and what this means for the possibilities of conscious computing and s…
 
The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) is a next-generation observatory currently under development that has created a watershed moment for the scientific community and Hawaiian society. This is because of its planned location on Mauna Kea… the most sacred mountain in the Hawaiian religion. Dr. Mindshare been studying this issue from their perspective as…
 
Bill Fleming stops by to chat with Adam about branding, marketing and design. Bill is a Boston-based Independent Brand & Marketing Strategist, and Business Consultant for Designers. On this episode we talk about what brands are, how the cultural work of branding has changed in recent decades with the advent of new and easier to use technologies, an…
 
A happy New Years! Enjoy this mini-episode with Adam and Dr. Ryan Collins exploring happiness and the good life according the Aztecs. New Years is a great time to reflect on where we've been, where we're going, and what's it all for. We find some answers and surprising wisdom with the Aztecs. Purcell - The Aztecs on Happiness Carrasco - Daily Life …
 
Special guest podcast! - Adam Gamwell guests on Trending in Education with Mike Palmer. For this week’s extra, Mike is joined by Design Anthropologist and Podcaster, Dr Adam Gamwell, to explore how robots, science fiction, and anthropology are interrelated. In a free flowing and imaginative conversation, we explore how the narratives and secular my…
 
Why More Security Never Feels like Enough Storyslamming Anthropology Series, Story 3. Written and Performed by Astrid Countee In recent years, the terms Public and Anthropology have been paired with more frequency. Yet, what this seemingly suspect partnership is, how it could function, and what goals it could have are still in relative formation. T…
 
Episode #26 of “The Fitness Whisperer Podcast”: 5 Critical Breakthroughs Needed for Personal Fitness Success with Dr Kendall Ritz Meet Dr Kendall… She’s a wife, busy mom and functional medicine doctor with a focus on helping women become “Hot, Healthy and Happy” and I’ve had the pleasure of personally coaching her for the last 6 months. Click play,…
 
in this episode, Adam and guest host Leslie Walker talk with visual anthropologist and film producer Chris Chan, producer of the 100 Years of Beauty series on YouTube. If you haven't seen this series (or some of the spinoffs from companies like Vogue and Allure, definitely take a few minutes to enjoy). As an ethnographer, he also makes a wonderful …
 
Join Charlotte D Blignaut as she leads a round table panel discussion at the 2019 EduTech conference in Sandton with Shirley Lloyd, a recently retired Director from the NQF Directorate for the Department of Higher Education, Jill Lithgow, the Educations Solutions lead for Johnson and Johnson in South Africa, and Gershom Aitchison, co-founder and he…
 
At long last we are back! In this episode host Adam Gamwell talks with Design Researcher and Strategist Amy Santee. This is one of these conversations that's a few years in the making. Adam has been following Amy's work for a while now both on her blog anthropologizing.com where she writes about anthropology in industry, design and business, on Lin…
 
When anything becomes more complicated it becomes more of a problem… And when something becomes a problem, we avoid it, move away from it, or try to forget it… But when it comes to our health, wellness and longevity – avoiding our habits of fitness leads to even bigger, life-altering problems. The key lies in the opposite of complication – which is…
 
In this episode Nikki Bush (human potential and parenting speaker and author) and Gershom and Jacqueline Aitchison (founders, headmaster and director of Education Incorporated Boutique School) talk to host Gavin Kennedy about Nikki's new book, Future Proof your child for the 2020's and Beyond, and how this dovetails with the educational philosophy …
 
In this special interview, TAL's Ryan Collins talks with scholar, activist and artist Jason de Leon about the ongoing humanitarian crisis at the US-Mexico border. In addition to these roles, de Leon is a MacArthur Fellow and National Geographic Explorer. He uses his platforms to create public dialogue, exhibitions, and media about undocumented migr…
 
The Fitness Whisperer Podcast Episode #24: Cindi’s Healthy Weight-Loss Success Story Part 1: The Missing Link In this podcast episode, I interview one of my long-distance 1-on-1 personal health coaching clients, Cindi. With one of her main goals being weight-loss, we take you through the mind-shift she has experienced in the first 3.5 months of her…
 
In this episode Adam Gamwell talks with Alex Limpaecher and LaiYee Ho, co-Founders of Delve. While Delve is a qualitative research suite, to help code transcripts, find insight, and pull actionable insights from data, the conversation takes focus on the subject of research. Specifically, the driving question is: how can qualitative and quantitative…
 
For this episode, we're doing something a little different. I'll be your guest. I got interviewed by the wonderful Sarah Dunigan on her podcast Anthro Dish, a weekly podcast about food identity and culture about design anthropology and some of the research I did on quinoa production and conservation in Peru for my PhD. I'll let Sarah intro the epis…
 
In this episode, Adam and Aneil reflect on Aneil’s fieldwork in climate finance. Climate finance is an area of finance focused on mobilizing investment for climate change solutions, namely infrastructure that is sustainable. Aneil’s research is centered on the growth of the green bond market within climate finance. Green bonds are debt instruments …
 
Storyslamming Anthropology Series, Story 2. Written and Performed by Taylor Genovese In recent years, the terms Public and Anthropology have been paired with more frequency. Yet, what this seemingly suspect partnership is, how it could function, and what goals it could have are still in relative formation. Today, public anthropology might mean seve…
 
Welcome to This Anthro Life x EPIC 2019. This is the first episode in our 2019 collaboration with the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Community or EPIC. EPIC is a professional organization that brings together ethnographers and social science practitioners across fields like user experience research and design, marketing, computer science, academia…
 
Join us as Richard Mulholland talks to the children, and staff, at Education Incorporated school in Fourways about the value of being a confident and effective presenter. He also shares life advice (on tattoos and motorbikes) and answers some interesting questions from the children. Connect with the amazing Richard Mulholland click here Want to see…
 
Adam sits down (in a cafe, so this is live, people) with Jay Hasbrouck, Founder and Principal of Filament Insight and Innovation and author of Ethnographic Thinking: From Method to Mindset, a how-to guide for anyone looking to better understand and apply many of the methods ethnographers learn to their own businesses and practices. We talk through …
 
Adam and Andrea continue the conversation with Julie Lesnik, author of Edible Insects and Human Evolution, but this time they’re going prehistoric. Oh, and they’re talking about gorillas and chimpanzees too. Learn how to fish for termites, why we wish we had more baskets, and why any of those things matter to understanding human evolution. Edible I…
 
Think you could eat a cricket? What about a spider? In this episode of TAL Adam Gamwell and guest host Andrea Eller are chatting with Julie Lesnik about her new book, Edible Insects and Human Evolution. Listen in as they discuss why Americans tend to be so grossed out by bugs, and if it’s always been that way. Edible Insects, part 2 We know many of…
 
Today Gershom Aitchison (Headmaster : EduInc Boutique school in Fourways) and Tamin-Lee Connolly (Regional Manager : World Challenge) talk about the benefits of travel for high school pupils. They explain how World Challenge works, from planning, to fund-raising, to departing and making a difference somewhere else in the world. They also elaborate …
 
The Fitness Whisperer Podcast Episode #23: PART 2 of How I Ended My Emotional Eating and Stopped Abusing Myself with Alcohol In this podcast episode, I’ve created the “rough draft” audio version of a written piece I’m working on, to create something a little heftier, maybe a short book – to help others navigate a very challenging part of being huma…
 
Part 2 of The Social Life of Robots, with Emma Backe. In this episode hosts Adam Gamwell, Ryan Collins and Emma Backe tackle sex and gender norms underlying digital voice assistants like Siri, Cortana and Alexa, the history and gendering of science and technology studies (STS) and what this means in an era of AI and robots, and third, theories of r…
 
The Fitness Whisperer Podcast Episode #22: Bad Diets, Dangerous Weight-Loss, Fat-Loss Scams, Health Breakthroughs, I’m Turning 49 In 3 Weeks This is a “Shoot from the hip, candid style, hit record and GO” episode of the podcast. A little different than what I’ve done previously, a little rough around the edges at some points – but still some VALUAB…
 
Welcome to CultureMade: Heritage Enterprise in a World on the Move, an audio collaboration between the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the American Anthropological Association, and This Anthro Life Podcast. In this fifth and final episode, Adam Gamwell, Leslie Walker, and Ryan Collins focus on cultural survival, a complex subject framed by migration…
 
The Fitness Whisperer Podcast Episode #21: Former Athlete Takes On Life with a New Fitness Plan and Powerful Home Gym System Jordan Gerding was a wrestler in high school. At the time of this interview Jordan is 29 years old, but shows the wisdom of someone a bit older… For the demands of wrestling, he went through all the grueling training, the ext…
 
In the pop culture imagination, perceptions of robots and AI occupy a space of mystery and intrigue that gravitates between harbingers of impending societal collapse and bringers of mythical salvation. However, where does contemporary science and technology stand? Moreover, how do the social experiences of the past and in the present color our unde…
 
The Fitness Whisperer Podcast Episode #20: How I Beat My Toughest Food Addictions and Cured My Emotional Eating Problem After seeing how much positive feedback, thank you’s, and coaching inquiries I received after posting the blog article version of this episode here: How I Beat My Toughest Food Addictions and Cured My Emotional Eating Problem (if …
 
Welcome to CultureMade: Heritage Enterprise in a World on the Move , an audio collaboration from the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, the American Anthropological Association and This Anthro Life PodcastIn the US, fashion has been relegated to large impersonal retail spaces and increasingly online stores. Fashion in the US, as many know all too well,…
 
The Fitness Whisperer Podcast Episode #19: 5 Personal Fitness and Wellness Breakthroughs with Coaching Client Dr. Lee Anne Dr. Lee Anne is a client in my current Small-Group Personal Fitness & Wellness Coaching Program… As a retired physician, Dr. Lee Anne was ready to start taking proper care of herself after years of “on and off” attempts at doin…
 
“I hope that more people will listen to more music outside of their own little comfort zone. I think that we enrich ourselves, we are better human beings when you open up your heart to other cultures, other music, to other worlds to other points of view. Because ultimately, as I said in the very beginning, we’re all the same. We’re all humans, and …
 
Our guests Andee Deverell (head of Organisation Design, Change and HR Communications at Nedbank) and Gershom Aitchison (headmaster at Education Incorporated, a Private Boutique school in Fourways) talk about Teachers, Teamwork and the Future World of Work. Show notes are available at SolidGoldStudios.co.za/eduthink…
 
This Anthro Life is opening the conversation with EPIC (the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Community) on the theme of Evidence. Taking center stage at this year's Annual EPIC Conference. “Evidence” is a subject of increasing social importance in today’s political climate. What constitutes evidence and when it is found to be credible all have far-r…
 
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