Best spatial podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Isn't That Spatial
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Isn't That Spatial is a podcast dedicated to casual geography and the spatial component of whatever.
 
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Kirill Spatial
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Welcome ;)
 
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Spatial@UNCP
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An introduction to spatial concepts and geospatial technologies and how they might be used in the classroom, research, and service.
 
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Spatial Mind
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In this podcast weekly i will present the best of electronic dance music. You can suscribe to hear the latest releases and hits of the edm. Visit my social networks and find out more. Sello: www.csfrecords.com Web: www.facebook.com/soutamusic Twitter: www.twitter.com/miguelon_aburto Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/miguelonaburto
 
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Archipel - Prospective de l'exploration spatiale
 
Extraits
 
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Conference – VerySpatial
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Discussions on Geography and geospatial technologies
 
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VerySpatial TV - iPod Version
 
Video podcast about Geography and geospatial technologies. VerySpatial TV, Geography...In Motion.
 
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Directions Magazine - Audio Podcasts
 
Directions Magazine is a news-focused, information technology publication. We publish articles and news on geospatial information technologies such as geographic information systems software, GPS, digital cartography, geographical data and associated services that includes feature articles, editorials, applications, industry news, commentary and product news, product reviews and resources for the geospatial professional.
 
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Podcast - Rachel Ní Chuinn
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Sound is a physical form. Sound waves have physical dimensions and interact dramatically with architectural structures. The ear hears sound as vibrations brush against small hairs inside our heads. This tactile dimension to sound makes it inherently sculptural; it exists in space in a concrete way. A meandering line traces the parallel development of music and our built environment. Did our neolithic ancestors implement acoustic design 5500 years ago? Architects outline the physics of acoust ...
 
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Landsploitation
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The LANDSPLOITATION Podcast hosts experimental video and audio documenting the social experience of the human landscape, including but not limited to the spaces of the built environment, vernacular architecture, proxemics, human interaction, and political boundaries. Submissions from independent scholars, photographers, and filmmakers are welcome. To submit, please insure that sound or video is hosted on a public server (such as archive.org) and email the link together with a brief descripti ...
 
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GIS and Location Technology
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Commentary on the latest trends and interesting applications in the GIS and Spatial Information Management
 
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Hangouts with James Fee
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Mostly weekly podcast covering the world of spatial. GIS, CAD, BIM, databases, coding, scripting, data analysis, visualization are all covered.
 
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Workplace Matters
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For many people, the workplace is taken for granted. It’s time ‘workplace’ was given more intelligent and considered attention. Workplace Matters provides fresh perspectives on the cultural, spatial and technological aspects of our workplaces, through thought-provoking conversations with fascinating folk who design, create, manage and work in them. Our aim is to get people thinking differently about the workplace. We’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with us @wpmpodcast or leave a review ...
 
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Sasi Podcast
Weekly
 
This podcast is an audio archive of recorded lectures, talks and radio clips from members of the of the Social and Spatial Research Group at the Department of Geography (University of Sheffield) in the United Kingdom. Subscribe to this audio feed to get all latest recordings delivered to your computer or mp3 player. For further information about us and our research, please visit our website:http://sasi.group.shef.ac.uk/
 
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Geometric Kinesthetic Level 3
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Ricky Smith Signs a variety of shapes and groups of shapes for illustrating spatial referencing and location identification. This is a dynamic new resource for ASL teachers and students. Watch the shape in the video clip of Ricky, then draw the shape. Remember that when drawing the shape it should be from the signers perspective i.e. when you watch Ricky sign the shape you are seeing it backwards! Once you have drawn the shape, you can check your work against the graphic of the shape(s) that ...
 
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Basak Senova (curator) LAPSES, artists: Banu Cennetoglu, Ahmet Ögüt - Pavilion of Turkey 53rd International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia,
 
The "Lapses" project, developed for the Pavilion of Turkey, consists of projects that demonstrate how the perception of "occurring events" can vary and lead to the differing narrations of history because of lapses in collective memory. The project has been realized through works by two artists: Banu Cennetoglu's "CATALOG" and Ahmet Ögüt's "Exploded City". Both projects reveal the possibility for diverse memory formations or diverse narratives, conceivable through lapses.The project is accomp ...
 
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Workplace Matters
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The workplace, for many people, is a taken for granted part of their lives. We believe that it’s time ‘the workplace’ was given more intelligent and considered attention. Workplace Matters explores our workplaces through conversations with fascinating people that design, create, manage and work in them. It provides fresh perspectives on the cultural, spatial and technological aspects of workplace, through thought-provoking interviews and discussions. Our goal is to encourage people to think ...
 
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Isn't That Spatial is a podcast dedicated to casual geography and the spatial component of whatever. On this episode, we're exploring the spatial component of the oldest profession in the world - sex work! You can view the show notes and related content on our website at IsntThatSpatial.net!
 
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Interrobang with Travis and Tybee
 
Warning: Strong language through out as well, Drug and Alcohol use discussed at 22:00 Discussed in this episode: Singled Out, Mean Teachers, Great Teachers, Traveling With A Baby, Spatial Awareness, Stroller/Wheelchair Maneuvering, Dad Gender Roles, Service Industry Difficulties, Gym Etiquette Music courtesy of www.bensound.com…
 
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Accidental Tech Podcast
 
Follow-up: Serenity Caldwell on the new iPad Body size comparison Screen size comparison Typing to Siri Ryan Jones makes some observations New lock & power off behavior "Offload"ing unused apps Springboard treatment Steve Troughton-Smith makes some observations Spaces persistence Spatial Finder Document-based apps' launch UI FaceTime capture of ...…
 
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Accidental Tech Podcast
 
Follow-up: Serenity Caldwell on the new iPad Body size comparison Screen size comparison Typing to Siri Ryan Jones makes some observations New lock & power off behavior "Offload"ing unused apps Springboard treatment Steve Troughton-Smith makes some observations Spaces persistence Spatial Finder Document-based apps' launch UI FaceTime capture of ...…
 
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Accidental Tech Podcast
 
Follow-up: Serenity Caldwell on the new iPad Body size comparison Screen size comparison Typing to Siri Ryan Jones makes some observations New lock & power off behavior "Offload"ing unused apps Springboard treatment Steve Troughton-Smith makes some observations Spaces persistence Spatial Finder Document-based apps' launch UI FaceTime capture of ...…
 
BikeMaps.org is a project that collects reports about cycling collisions and related data and presents the information on an interactive online map and through visualized data (bar charts). More importantly, it also provides information about near-misses, hazards, and bicycle thefts.What makes BikeMaps.org so interesting is that in addition to ...…
 
“Let no one deceive you in any way. For that day will not arrive until the rebellion [apostasia] comes and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction.” (2 Thess 2:3 NET) In this episode, I first explained the larger context to the question of what is the apostasia (“apostasy”). Then I surveyed four views on the identification of ...…
 
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The Biblical Prophecy Program with Alan Kurschner | Christian Theology / Eschatology
 
“Let no one deceive you in any way. For that day will not arrive until the rebellion [apostasia] comes and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction.” (2 Thess 2:3 NET) In this episode, I first explained the larger context to the question of what is the apostasia (“apostasy”). Then I surveyed four views on the identification of ...…
 
This video takes you to a former ice rink in the city of Münster in Germany. For the art exhibition Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017, the artist Pierre Huyghe has created the piece “After ALife Ahead”, an installation that consists both of bio- and media-technology and architectural de- and recornstruction. Pierre Huyghe: After ALife Ahead / Skul ...…
 
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landscape conversations
 
Gabion wall at Ballast Point Park. Image: McGregor Coxall Subscribe via iTunes podcast episodes RSS Today’s guest on Landscape Conversations is the Sydney based Landscape Architect, Philip Coxall from the firm McGregor Coxall. Philip has more than 20 years experience working on projects in England, Asia and Australia. These range from broad sca ...…
 
Three witches casting spells, a lost Shakespeare play that can open spatial portals, and a mad man in a blue box. Martha may come to regret her quick trip in the Tardis. Join us as we discuss Episode 302: The Shakespeare Code The Doctor takes Martha to the Globe Theatre where they meet William Shakespeare. A trio of witches is making sure Love’ ...…
 
Episode 40 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast. What would happen if we designed art exhibitions around social justice community organizing principles? How can collaboration between artists, curators, scholars, and participants generate a radical art making experience? In Episode 40 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast, host Cathy Hannabach interviews ...…
 
In Episode 2 of Herpetological highlights we delve into the world of frogs and how they deal with noisy environments. Followed up by a pair of radiotelemetry studies giving us a glimpse into the lives of two North American snakes. We have two Species of the Bi-week, a ghostly snake from Madagascar and a rediscovered Monitor Lizard from the dist ...…
 
Learn American English with EnglishClass101.com! Prepositions are an essential part of the English language because they identify the spatial (space), directional, and temporal (time) relationships between things and people. In this series, you will learn the subtle differences in usage between the different prepositions. You’ll be sounding lik ...…
 
Learn American English with EnglishClass101.com! Prepositions are an essential part of the English language because they identify the spatial (space), directional, and temporal (time) relationships between things and people. In this series, you will learn the subtle differences in usage between the different prepositions. You’ll be sounding lik ...…
 
CLICK HERE TO MEET GONCALO AT THE LONDON CONFERENCE In this episode of Truth About FX, Walter and Goncalo Moreira from FXStreet talk about how this special guest’s artistic touch gave him a unique perspective in trading. They dig deeper into technical analysis and how human nature relates into price actions and market patterns. Goncalo also sha ...…
 
Special guest Cillian Dwyer returns to That Old Pod to share his thoughts on this week's WWDC conference. Conversation dives into how Apple's announcement positions them relative to their competitors, what surprised us, and how we see the tools and advancements announced this week impacting the future. Longer discussion around the impacts of Ap ...…
 
What happens when you die? Is there an intermediate state? What does the bible teach about the dead before resurrection? These questions are important for our study of the kingdom of God. If you go straight to heaven when you die, you’re not going to care very much about what happens when Jesus returns. You may find it marginally interesting, b ...…
 
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iOSDocked Podcast - The TEKSide Network
 
iOSDocked Show Notes Episode #: 117 Date: 06/06/17 Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Danny Tammaro Keynote Highlights tvOS Amazon Prime watchOS Named watchOS 4 Siri watch face (machine learning) Kaleidoscope faces Toy Story watch faces Achievement progress and monthly challenges with new celebration animations Updated workout app with autom ...…
 
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iOSDocked Podcast - The TEKSide Network
 
iOSDocked Show Notes Episode #: 117 Date: 06/06/17 Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Danny Tammaro Keynote Highlights tvOS Amazon Prime watchOS Named watchOS 4 Siri watch face (machine learning) Kaleidoscope faces Toy Story watch faces Achievement progress and monthly challenges with new celebration animations Updated workout app with autom ...…
 
@TinDogPodcast review The Pyramid at the End of the World was the seventh episode of the tenth series of Doctor Who produced by BBC Wales. The episode saw Bill make a deal with the Monks to help the Twelfth Doctor regain his eyesight, having been blind since TV: Oxygen, in which he was exposed to the vacuum of space. CONTENTS[show] SYNOPSIS edi ...…
 
@TinDogPodcast review The Pyramid at the End of the World was the seventh episode of the tenth series of Doctor Who produced by BBC Wales. The episode saw Bill make a deal with the Monks to help the Twelfth Doctor regain his eyesight, having been blind since TV: Oxygen, in which he was exposed to the vacuum of space. CONTENTS[show] SYNOPSIS edi ...…
 
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What We Think About When We Think About Code
 
In this episode I interview Rafael about how he thinks about code. Rafael turns out to be a spatial and visual thinking, imagining code interacting as shapes fitting together. He also thinks about code as a person when he doesn't understand it.
 
Greetings!! Here in the United States, we are just beginning to ease into the summer months which include the end of the academic year in schools, the beginning of summer travel, and Trinity Sunday. (I remember that was the day we always sang “Holy, Holy, Holy” in worship when I was a kid – most likely because the Trinity is explicitly mentione ...…
 
We raise our girls to fight stereotypes and pursue their dreams, but we don’t do the same for our boys.By CLAIRE CAIN MILLERWe’re now more likely to tell our daughters they can be anything they want to be — an astronaut and a mother, a tomboy and a girlie girl. But we don’t do the same for our sons.Even as we’ve given girls more choices for the ...…
 
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Tech News Today (Video-HD)
 
Apple held its annual Worldwide Developer's Conference keynote where they announced the HomePod, the rumored Siri speaker that will be available in December. Apple pushed the sound quality of the device with its seven-speaker array of tweeters and real-time acoustic spatial awareness that will determine the room its in and play music accordingl ...…
 
In this episode, Ruth Mostern reflects on graduate training – including her own and various influences – and her earlier projects related to Song dynasty gazetteers. She then discusses her more recent work on large-scale and long-term spatial histories, including the massive Yellow River project (an environmental history spanning 5,000 years of ...…
 
Hillit Meidar-Alfi has been challenging the status quo for as long as she can remember. From being labeled a devil’s advocate in high school to a contrarian in college, she refused to go with the flow or accept things as they are. Delving into and exploring what others take for granted, Hillit thrivde when creating innovative, logical, and eleg ...…
 
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Floorr Artist Interviews
 
"Geometry allows me the freedom to channel a myriad of different material. It removes the potential chaos of having too many subject options, yet remains open to sensory or poetic influence." Could you tell us a bit about yourself. How long have you been a practising artist and where did you study? I live and work in London and have been a prac ...…
 
"Les défis du métier d'astronaute", par M. Jean-François CLERVOY, spationaute de l'Agence Spatiale Européenne et Président de la société NOVESPACE.By ihedn.
 
Isn't That Spatial is a podcast dedicated to casual geography and the spatial component of whatever. On this episode, we're looking at some of the great toxic oddities turned achievements in environmental justice. You can view the Show Notes for this episode at IsntThatSpatial.net!
 
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From 0-1 Studio Sessions
 
Episode 106 with C.7evenTracklist:01 Planetary Assault Systems – Interlude 1 / Ostgut Ton02 Phil Kieran, Jochem Paap – Paint and Chemicals / Electric Deluxe03 Edit Select – 12 / Android Muziq04 Ricky Cross – Triangular / Labrynth05 Altstadt Echo – The Descent (Evigt Mörker Remix) / Modern Cathedrals06 Reggy Van Oers – Ingrained (Acronym Spatial ...…
 
Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University. Professor Greene is world-renowned for his groundbreaking discoveries in the field of superstring theory, including the co-discovery of mirror symmetry and the discovery of spatial topology change. He is the director of ...…
 
Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University. Professor Greene is world-renowned for his groundbreaking discoveries in the field of superstring theory, including the co-discovery of mirror symmetry and the discovery of spatial topology change. He is the director of ...…
 
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The Academic Citizen
 
South African universities suffer from serious traffic congestion, lack of parking spaces and high pollution levels. Even though many staff and students aspire to own a car, arguably the bicycle offers huge potential to transform the environment and culture of campuses. In this episode Dr Mehita Iqani and Dr Njogu Morgan, a post-doctoral resear ...…
 
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