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Best sao tome and principe podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best sao tome and principe podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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CTO at Mission. Formerly, DreamHost, ShootQ, elsewhere. Bourbon enthusiast. Foodie. PGP: C756 2813 F881 06E2 6F1F 547B 003F 530D 3859 B702
 
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Have you thought about how much of your personal computing is done on non-traditional computing devices? You might find your perspectives changing. I sure did! On this episode, I briefly share my thoughts on the changing face of computing, and the impact it will have on my beloved Mac.
 
On this episode of clevercast, Jonathan explains his love for Micro.blog in the wake of the controversial WordPress 5.0 release, and then shares why openness matters. ditchbook – Free yourself from Facebook. futurepub – Scheduled posts, powered by Micropub. micromemories – Create an “On This Day” page for your Micro.blog website. Indiepaper – A rea…
 
In this episode, I catch up from my summer microcasting hiatus! There’s a lot of ground to cover, including IndieWeb Summit 2018 and projects that I’ve worked on for my wife’s Micro.blog website. Here are some links for projects discussed in the show: Indiepaper – my “read later” service built for the IndieWeb ditchbook – my open source toolkit for…
 
In this episode, I talk a bit about building out a location tracking service for my own personal use, and some new features for my website that I built on top of it. This is another dive into the world of “serverless computing,” which I am having a blast with. Some links from today’s show: Swarm Aaron Parecki’s OwnYourSwarm Aaron Parecki’s Overland…
 
Ever had a great idea and not followed through on it? Me too! In this episode, I discuss how I overcame uncertainty to start building new views for my website that take advantage of all the different types of content I publish. Discussed in this episode: My photos page My archive page My overview page I’d love your feedback on what I’ve created so …
 
In this episode, I consider the possibilities for personal websites in the wake of the recent “Day One” outage and privacy snafu. Can personal websites be more than just places for public sharing? Can open standards like Micropub help push app developers to create awesome experiences?
 
Its been over a week since the last episode. I’ve been really busy with work and family and… you know… life! Its been a bit stressful, honestly, and that’s what this episode is all about. Its a big shift from the first few episodes, but this time, I talk a bit about my brain, and my efforts to get more mentally and physically healthy.…
 
This time on clevercast, I discuss my departure from Facebook, including an overview of how I liberated my data from the social giant, and moved it to my own website. Here are some of the tools that I mention in today’s episode: fb-export granary by Ryan Barrett instaLooter OwnYourGram Also check out my On This Day page and my Subscribe page, which…
 
This time, on clevercast, I reminisce about one of my earliest personal websites. What happened to its content? How did I create it? Is there any chance of restoring it back to greatness?
 
This time, on clevercast, I introduce the show, and then talk about a topic that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately: going serverless for my personal website.
 
Meet Mike Hammer, the U.S. Ambassador to Chile. Ambassador Hammer is a career member of the U.S. Senior Foreign Service and entered the diplomatic corps in 1988. He has served abroad in Bolivia, Norway, Iceland and Denmark. Ambassador Hammer has received several awards, including the Department’s Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Public Dipl…
 
Meet Liliana Ayalde, the U.S. Ambassador to Brazil. Ambassador Ayalde first joined the Foreign Service in 1982 and started her international career in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She is a member of the Senior Foreign Service with the rank of Career Minister having been posted in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Colombia, and Washington, D.C. with USAID: goo.g…
 
Meet Cynthia Akuetteh, the U.S. Ambassador to Gabon and the Democratic of Sao Tome and Principe. Ambassador Akuetteh previously served as Director of the Office of Central African Affairs, where she oversaw bilateral relations with ten countries, mostly unstable or in conflict. Before taking up the directorship of Central Africa, she was Deputy Chi…
 
Daniel W. Yohannes is the United States Ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). A former banker from Englewood, Colorado, Mr. Yohannes has more than 30 years of experience in banking and economic development. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Yohannes served for more than four years as the Chief Executive Officer…
 
Meet Ted Osius, the current U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam. Early in his career, Mr. Osius helped open the U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City and was one of the first U.S. diplomats at the U.S. Embassy in Hanoi. For more information on Ambassador Ted Osius, visit: goo.gl/yq0b15.
 
Meet Dana S. Smith the 4th woman in U.S. history to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to Qatar. More information on Dana S. Smith: goo.gl/E6xQuN.
 
Meet Geoffrey Pyatt, the eighth United States Ambassador to serve in Ukraine. More information on Geoffrey Pyatt: goo.gl/A0vByM.
 
Meet Richard Verma, the first Indian American to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to India. Ambassador Verma oversees one of the largest U.S. Missions in the world, including four consulates across India.
 
Who was the first U.S. ambassador? What does it mean to have diplomatic relations with a country and why is it important? These questions and more are answered in our interview with Dr. Stephen Randolph the Historian of the U.S. Department of State.
 
Who are diplomats and what do they do? These are some of the questions we will answer in "Meet the Ambassador" a new podcast series that will introducing the American public to the Department of State employees working on behalf of the U.S. Government in various countries. “Meet the Ambassadors” will feature a series of one-on-one conversations wit…
 
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