Best stm 2009 podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
Related podcasts: Stm Continuing Tech Rin E-journals Mycopy Mid-life Crisis Rich Media E-book Reader Publishing On-demand Research4life E-production Stm 2009 E-books E-book Frankfurt Multimedia Innovations Rounds Epub Cne  
Stm 2009 public [search 0]
show episodes
 
STM conference 2009
 
STM Annual conference 2009
 
STM Innovations 2009
 
STM Innovations 2009
 
STM E-Production 2009
 
STM E-Production 2009
 
Lectures and discussions to help meet the continuing education needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals involved in neonatal, cardiology, pediatric, obstetric and maternal-fetal medicine. These podcasts are presented through Pediatrix University by the The Center for Research, Education and Quality.The Grand Rounds forum provides topics in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Educational activities offer a combined slide and audio presentation, as well as mp3, mp4, and a non-audio opti ...
 
Lectures and discussions to help meet the continuing education needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals involved in neonatal, cardiology, pediatric, obstetric and maternal-fetal medicine. These podcasts are presented through Pediatrix University by the The Center for Research, Education and Quality. The Grand Rounds forum provides topics in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Educational activities offer a combined slide and audio presentation, as well as mp3, mp4, and a non-audio opt ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Ken Dyers passed away 10 years ago this year, but the organisation that he spearheaded with his partner Jan Hamilton lives on. In spite of a few parallels, this Australian organisation, called Kenja, has been listed as a suppressive group by the Church of Scientology. Jan claims that Kenja has faced decades of persecution by those who want to b ...…
 
Ugandan cult The Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God was one of the deadliest in world history, with the number of people who died similar to the infamous Jonestown massacre, and some say even more. The mastermind behind this cult? A woman named Credonia Mwerinde, who said she was receiving messages directly from the Vir ...…
 
Item #1 Item #2 Item #3 Item #4 Item #5 Item #6 Item #7 Item #8 Item #9 Item #10 Item #11 Item #12 Item #13 Item #14 Item #15 Item #16 Item #17 Item #18 Item #19 Item #20 Item #21 Item #22 Item #23 Item #24 Item #25
 
Between 1838 and 1841, an enterprising London teenager broke repeatedly into Buckingham Palace, sitting on the throne, eating from the kitchen, and posing a bewildering nuisance to Queen Victoria's courtiers, who couldn't seem to keep him out. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the exploits of Edward Jones -- a ...…
 
Between 1838 and 1841, an enterprising London teenager broke repeatedly into Buckingham Palace, sitting on the throne, eating from the kitchen, and posing a bewildering nuisance to Queen Victoria's courtiers, who couldn't seem to keep him out. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the exploits of Edward Jones -- a ...…
 
Oona King, former member of the British Parliament, currently on leave from the House of Lords, and now Director of Diverse Marketing at YouTube, takes us on a deep dive into the democratization that new internet-based technologies, like YouTube, potentially represent, and we discuss possible applications to the process of re-imagining Judaism. ...…
 
Typically when you think of flooding, you think of water. In this episode we search for stories beyond your normal flood. More than just weather related, we have food floods and gross floods. amzn_assoc_placement = "adunit0";amzn_assoc_search_bar = "true";amzn_assoc_tracking_id = "thecur03-20";amzn_assoc_ad_mode = "manual";amzn_assoc_ad_type = ...…
 
Guy Gabaldon was an untested Marine when he landed on the Pacific island of Saipan during World War II. But he decided to fight the war on his own terms, venturing alone into enemy territory and trying to convince Japanese soldiers to surrender voluntarily. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow Gabaldon's dangerous ...…
 
Guy Gabaldon was an untested Marine when he landed on the Pacific island of Saipan during World War II. But he decided to fight the war on his own terms, venturing alone into enemy territory and trying to convince Japanese soldiers to surrender voluntarily. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow Gabaldon's dangerous ...…
 
When detectives explored the Chicago hotel owned by insurance fraudster H.H. Holmes in 1894, they found a nightmarish warren of blind passageways, trapdoors, hidden chutes, and asphyxiation chambers in which Holmes had killed dozens or perhaps even hundreds of victims. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow the caree ...…
 
When detectives explored the Chicago hotel owned by insurance fraudster H.H. Holmes in 1894, they found a nightmarish warren of blind passageways, trapdoors, hidden chutes, and asphyxiation chambers in which Holmes had killed dozens or perhaps even hundreds of victims. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow the caree ...…
 
Climate change remains one of the biggest threats to humanity and will no doubt change the direction of our economies, cultures, and collective futures. It can be hard, however, to determine the ways in which we can combat such changes given breadth and scale of the changes underway. Thinley Namgyel serves as the Chief Environment Officer for t ...…
 
We're smart and sensible people who don't believe in wacky conspiracy theories. But then again, there are a few that make us think...maybe? This week, we tackle the subject of conspiracy theories we can't dismiss completely even if we don't actually believe them. Unless, of course, that's what we WANT you to believe, and this whole podcast cont ...…
 
Audio: S1E09 Brunei In this week’s episode of 80 Days, we are talking about Brunei, a tiny independent state of just 2,200 square miles, located on the north coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Borneo is a tropical, equatorial island, one of the largest in the world, divided between Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. Brunei borders ex ...…
 
LINK frackulous.com/327 YOUTUBE frackulous.com/327/youtube Sponsors Audible is the premiere provider of audiobooks, with over one hundred and eighty thousand titles to choose from, many read by the author themselves. To start your free 30 day trial of Audible, which includes a free audiobook download, go to frackulous.com/audible littleBits is ...…
 
LINK frackulous.com/327 YOUTUBE frackulous.com/327/youtube Sponsors Audible is the premiere provider of audiobooks, with over one hundred and eighty thousand titles to choose from, many read by the author themselves. To start your free 30 day trial of Audible, which includes a free audiobook download, go to frackulous.com/audible littleBits is ...…
 
LINK frackulous.com/327 YOUTUBE frackulous.com/327/youtube Sponsors Audible is the premiere provider of audiobooks, with over one hundred and eighty thousand titles to choose from, many read by the author themselves. To start your free 30 day trial of Audible, which includes a free audiobook download, go to frackulous.com/audible littleBits is ...…
 
This week’s episode covers a particularly dark topic in contemporary Japan, the case of serial killer Hiroshi Maeue. Driven by his uncontrollable desire to fulfill his lustful murderous fantasies, Maeue would seek out the depressed and suicidal online making them his prey. He would spend months grooming his victims online, convincing them to jo ...…
 
This week’s episode covers a particularly dark topic in contemporary Japan, the case of serial killer Hiroshi Maeue. Driven by his uncontrollable desire to fulfill his lustful murderous fantasies, Maeue would seek out the depressed and suicidal online making them his prey. He would spend months grooming his victims online, convincing them to jo ...…
 
Thousands of young people come to Japan each year to teach English as a second language, for most this is a wonderful chance to experience Japanese culture firsthand. This week’s episode is about one young woman, Lindsay Hawker, who did just that, but her story is not a happy one. Working as an English teacher in 2007, Hawker encountered Tatsuy ...…
 
Thousands of young people come to Japan each year to teach English as a second language, for most this is a wonderful chance to experience Japanese culture firsthand. This week’s episode is about one young woman, Lindsay Hawker, who did just that, but her story is not a happy one. Working as an English teacher in 2007, Hawker encountered Tatsuy ...…
 
Some things seem so obvious. But, just about every week (if not every day) some new “research study” comes out with an end result that any reasonable person with half a brain could have come up with. And we the taxpayers are often paying for these ridiculous things! Some important “findings” include “students who do their homework get higher gr ...…
 
Some things seem so obvious. But, just about every week (if not every day) some new “research study” comes out with an end result that any reasonable person with half a brain could have come up with. And we the taxpayers are often paying for these ridiculous things! Some important “findings” include “students who do their homework get higher gr ...…
 
In 1876 London was riveted by the dramatic poisoning of a young barrister and the sordid revelations that emerged about his household. In today's show we'll review the baffling case of Charles Bravo's murder, which Agatha Christie called "one of the most mysterious poisoning cases ever recorded." We'll also get an update on career possibilities ...…
 
In 1876 London was riveted by the dramatic poisoning of a young barrister and the sordid revelations that emerged about his household. In today's show we'll review the baffling case of Charles Bravo's murder, which Agatha Christie called "one of the most mysterious poisoning cases ever recorded." We'll also get an update on career possibilities ...…
 
The discovery of the gruesome remains of a human body buried in a doctor's cellar shocked London in 1910. In this week's podcast we'll recount the dramatic use of the recently invented wireless telegraph in capturing the main suspect in the crime. We'll also hear a letter that Winston Churchill wrote to Winston Churchill and puzzle over why a s ...…
 
The discovery of the gruesome remains of a human body buried in a doctor's cellar shocked London in 1910. In this week's podcast we'll recount the dramatic use of the recently invented wireless telegraph in capturing the main suspect in the crime. We'll also hear a letter that Winston Churchill wrote to Winston Churchill and puzzle over why a s ...…
 
Episode 015: Games In this episode: We explore what it takes to make educational games enjoyable and beneficial, how the digital and physical worlds are colliding, and what role single player games have in a multi-player world. SUBSCRIBE WITH iTunes • TuneIn • Pocket Casts • RSS Show Notes & Links Intro Benjamin Crowell The Motion of Falling Ob ...…
 
Episode 015: Games In this episode: We explore what it takes to make educational games enjoyable and beneficial, how the digital and physical worlds are colliding, and what role single player games have in a multi-player world. SUBSCRIBE WITH iTunes • TuneIn • Pocket Casts • RSS Show Notes & Links Intro Benjamin Crowell The Motion of Falling Ob ...…
 
Episode 015: Games In this episode: We explore what it takes to make educational games enjoyable and beneficial, how the digital and physical worlds are colliding, and what role single player games have in a multi-player world. SUBSCRIBE WITH iTunes • TuneIn • Pocket Casts • RSS Show Notes & Links Intro Benjamin Crowell The Motion of Falling Ob ...…
 
Andrew drags Ryan out of podcasting midterms to talk about coffee, Apple, storage, Google, Skype, and extreme definition sound. Banter KeurigHack.com Thank you! You helped give $50 million to charity… | Humble Mumble News Jury finds for Apple in iTunes case, throws out billion-dollar lawsuit | Ars Technica The SSD Endurance Experiment: Two frea ...…
 
Ben Anderson is a war journalist and documentary filmmaker. His latest book, The Interpreters, is available free from Vice. "You're surrounded by people who are so poor. Maybe their family members have already been killed. And they still can't leave. So compared to that, I can't really take the idea that I've suffered and that I need stop and g ...…
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login