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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Software Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Software Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Patterns and Practices, useful libraries, and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being a Software Developer.
 
Next Question with Katie Couric is back for a new season! From big names to big minds and big hearts, Katie sits down (virtually) with some interesting and exciting people — experts who are helping us get to a post-COVID world (can you even imagine?!), as well as actors, authors, politicians and creatives who are trying to work, parent, and survive, this pandemic year. We’ll talk about the tough moments and the trauma of it all, but we’ll find some levity and joy, too, as we inch toward the ...
 
New to networks? Looking into links? Realising the relevance of relationships? Welcome to GraphStuff, your one-stop podcast for all things connected. Join your hosts William Lyon and Lju Lazarevic and guests as they dive into the world of graph databases. They’ll cover everything from how they’re constructed and where they’re used; deep dives to modelling, from first concepts to finished application, from graph-shaped problems, to best-practice graphs. With something new and different each w ...
 
Do you hate working as a lawyer? Are you an unhappy lawyer who wants to leave the law, but isn't sure what to do next? Do your family and friends think you're crazy for wanting to leave the law, or are you too afraid to tell them you don't want to be a lawyer? The Former Lawyer Podcast is for you! Each week, host Sarah Cottrell interviews a different former lawyer who has left the law behind. Hear inspiring stories about how these former lawyers are thriving and found their way to careers an ...
 
Emily Schromm is a trainer, coach, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and entrepreneur. From reality tv to Women's Health Magazine's Next Fitness Star, Emily has worked in the industry for over 9 years helping people learn about movement, mindset, and the power of nutrition. She is the founder of EmFit, which provides online 21-day challenges and 6-week strength programs to help people learn about their body and feel stronger than ever at any level. @emfitchallenge She is the Founder of Evolve ...
 
At the Institute for Ecological Civilization we are working internationally to support systemic approaches to long-term sustainability by developing collaborations among government, business, and religious leaders and among scholars, activists, and policy makers. This podcast provides a glimpse into the kinds of projects and conversations that we regularly take part in. If you enjoy this podcast, you can help support the work that we are doing at EcoCiv by making a donation at ecociv.org. Mu ...
 
Tali Farhadian Weinstein is a candidate to become the next District Attorney of Manhattan. She believes in building a criminal justice system driven by empathy, humility, and accountability. But how? She’ll start by listening.On Hearing, Tali - a veteran of the Obama Justice Department and former General Counsel to the Brooklyn District Attorney - hosts expansive, thoughtful conversations with policy experts, journalists, and community members. Her guests come from a wide range of background ...
 
Public school funding in Pennsylvania has been on the skids for decades now, but today, it’s doing real harm all over the state. And this isn’t by accident. PA’s legislature has created a system where the kids who need the most, get the least, usually because of where they live. So much so that across the Keystone State, 86% of public school students are attending schools that are underfunded. And lots of Pennsylvanians are saying enough is enough. Some of them have gone so far as to take th ...
 
Octex - aka Jernej Marusich Octex's (aka Jernej Marusich musical path started in late 90s, when he fell in love with the sound of old analog synthesizers and started conducting Organic Crackle and Tone EXperiments (Octex).His debut album Idei Laehsna (Tehnika records, 2002) received high praises from both critics and the public and got proclaimed as one of the best post Basic Channel dub-techno releases. But always looking forward his next album Variations (rx:tx, 2005) took his experimentat ...
 
Our House: Est: October 2009 Born in Burnley, Lancashire Horsey & friends want to bring underground house & techno to Burnley every 3/4 months, as cheap as possible for you guys. Our Home: The BASSment @ Barcode, Hammerton Street, Burnley Its the home of Our House. Been some special nights in the BASSment. Lets not kid ourselves. Its not got an extreme lighting system. Its not got props, backgrounds, table service or a VIP area. Theres 2 decks. A mixer. A soundsystem. A bar. Thats it. Stripp ...
 
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Investors have pumped capital into emerging markets since the beginning of civilization. Egyptians explored basic mathematics and used their findings to build larger structures and even granaries to allow merchants to store food and serve larger and larger cities. Greek philosophers expanded on those learnings and applied math to learn the orbits o…
 
Early in 2021 the United Kingdom, along with several other countries, allowed mass gatherings as part of a series of controlled studies aimed at better understanding the role events could play in the pandemic. The goal was to inform policy - however early results have provided limited data on viral transmission. As the Olympic games kick off in Tok…
 
Em and Tiffany talk about this LEO sun, a double full moon in Aquarius, a new kind of courage, and permission to ROAR. Find Tiffany below: https://www.tiffanyrising.com/https://www.instagram.com/__tiffanyrising/Free content, daily: www.platformdaily.comJoin us for full programs, support, and BIRD's nest love!www.platformdaily.com/join…
 
Justin Baldoni is a producer, director and actor who is probably best known for his long-running character on “Jane the Virgin.” Across the show’s five seasons, Justin played Rafael Solano, the sensitive, reformed playboy who fell in love with the titular Jane, a virgin. But the actor, whose acting work tends to embody a certain type of shirtless m…
 
Funding for gun violence research in the US returns after a 20-year federal hiatus, and the glass sponges that can manipulate ocean currents. In this episode: 00:45 Gun violence research is rebooted For 20 years there has been no federally-funded research on gun violence in the US. In 2019, $25 million a year was allocated for this work. We speak t…
 
Have you heard of the Pomodoro Technique? It’s a popular time management and focus strategy and something we’ve been teaching for a long time at Asian Efficiency. One question we get often is how many pomodoros should you do in a day? Or in other words, how many hours of work should you do in a day? We’ll answer that question in today’s episode and…
 
Like you, quitting law did not come easy to me. I distinctly remember sitting on the couch with my laptop in our house, scrolling through Indeed — because that was where jobs were posted back in the day — and having no idea what I wanted to do next. I was miserable and was willing to pay any price to get someone to tell me what to do. Fortunately, …
 
In this episode, Donn talks dives into his favorite software book: Working Effectively with Legacy Code. He talks about one of the introduction level topics: The Legacy Code Change Algorithm You'll learn what it is and how you can use it as the basis for this new series that will be focused on the book, Working Effectively with Legacy Code. Links f…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, Donn talks dives into his favorite software book: Working Effectively with Legacy Code. He talks about one of the introduction level topics: The Legacy Code Change Algorithm You’ll learn what it is and how you can use it as the basis for this new series that will be focused …
 
Author Albert Cory joins the podcast in this episode to talk about his new book, Inventing the Future. Inventing the Future was a breath of fresh air from an inspirational time and person. Other books have told the story of how the big names in computing were able to commercialize many of the innovations that came out of Xerox PARC. But Inventing t…
 
The UK government has announced that virtually all COVID restrictions will be removed in England on Monday 18th July. This will do away with social distancing requirements, allow businesses to re-open to full capacity and remove legal mask mandates. This decision comes, however, amidst soaring infections rates in the country, driven by the delta va…
 
Roy Allen opened his first root beer stand in 1919, in Lodi, California. He’d bought a recipe for root beer and boy, it sure was a hit. He brought in people to help. One was Frank Wright, who would become a partner in the endeavor and they’d change the name to A&W Root Beer, for their names, and open a restaurant in 1923 in Sacramento, California. …
 
Ursula Burns has had an impressive career that is often summarized by an historic achievement: that when she became the CEO of Xerox in 2009 she was the first every Black woman to head a Fortune 500 company. But there is so much more to Ursula’s career and life story, which is movingly detailed in her memoir, “Where You Are is Not Who You Are.” In …
 
Why heat waves disproportionately impact minorities in US cities, and the researcher that critiqued his whole career on Twitter. In this episode: 00:45 How heat waves kill unequally Researchers are beginning to unpick how historic discrimination in city planning is making the recent heat waves in North America more deadly for some than others. News…
 
The Internet is not a simple story to tell. In fact, every sentence here is worthy of an episode if not a few. Many would claim the Internet began back in 1969 when the first node of the ARPAnet went online. That was the year we got the first color pictures of earthen from Apollo 10 and the year Nixon announced the US was leaving Vietnam. It was al…
 
As you know, my podcast and membership, the Collaborative, is all about helping lawyers who feel they want to leave the law determine what they want to do instead, and how to do it. Usually, I share the stories of guests who have left the law already or want to leave the law, they are other “former lawyers” who are ready to share their stories. Now…
 
Today I’m joined by Dan Clark. He’s the CEO of Brain.fm which is an app that offers focus music. I had the opportunity to discuss the science behind focus music, how the brain works, what we can do to focus better, and other ways we can be more productive in our daily lives using scientific principles. Thanks to Indeed for supporting The Productivi…
 
For much of the pandemic, the greatest burden of disease has been felt by older generations. But now, for the first time, vaccine roll outs are starting to skew the average age of those infections towards the young. This has led many researchers to ask what this might mean for the future of the pandemic. In this episode of Coronapod we discuss what…
 
In March 2020, as COVID-19 started to grip the nation, fitness entrepreneur Amanda Kloots was settling into a new city (Los Angeles) with her husband Nick Cordero and their new baby. By July 2020, Amanda would become a very public COVID widow. Some of what happened to Amanda and Nick during those four months played out in incredibly personal posts …
 
NODES 2021 Keynote video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZCs83_iHU8 Neo4j 4.3 blog post: https://neo4j.com/blog/introducing-neo4j-4-3-the-fastest-path-to-graph-productivity/ Neo4j 4.3 release notes: https://neo4j.com/release-notes/neo4j-4-3-0/ Neo4j 4.3 Blog Series: Relationship Indexes: https://neo4j.com/developer-blog/neo4j-4-3-blog-series-rela…
 
Addressing the problem of sudden food scarcity in US cities, and the up-and-coming field of computational social science. In this episode: 00:45 Food shocks Climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic, and geopolitical crises can cause food shortages. To tackle this issue, Alfonso Mejia and colleagues have modelled how to best mitigate these food shocks …
 
Nearly everything is fine in moderation. Plastics exploded as an industry in the post World War II boom of the 50s and on - but goes back far further. A plastic is a category of materials called a polymer. These are materials comprised of long chains of molecules that can be easily found in nature because cellulose, the cellular walls of plants, co…
 
We’re continuing our series on the TEA framework and this time we’re talking about Attention. How do you become more focused? How do you have more attention for what matters? How can you eliminate distractions? We cover all these topics today and more. If you feel like you want to become more focused, this episode is for you. Get an extra 3 months …
 
One of the most common searches I get from lawyers thinking of leaving law is “How bad is it to have a resume gap as a lawyer?” Or what they are really asking, "How bad is it to just quit my job without something else lined up and take that time to figure out what I want next?" To put a rest to most of your concerns, I’d say the answer is a resound…
 
In this episode, Donn talks to software developer Alan Hill about the Growth Mindset and how it applies to software development and life in general. They chat about pull request feedback lifecycle, learning new tech, and how applying a growth mindset can advance you in your career further than you could have imagined. They wrap up by going through …
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, Donn talks to software developer Alan Hill about the Growth Mindset and how it applies to software development and life in general. They chat about pull request feedback lifecycle, learning new tech, and how applying a growth mindset can advance you in your career further th…
 
Since the beginning oft he pandemic, researchers have searched for a biomarker which indicates immune protection from COVID-19 known as a correlate of protection. Now, the team developing the Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine have published the first results of their so-called 'breakthrough study' which indicated puts forwards thresholds of neutr…
 
How do we show up for others in a way that compliments our own tendencies? How can we best hold space for others? How can we stop running out of steam , especially if our job is to hold space for those around? With this BIRD quiz, there is a section in the results that talks about the best medicine to GIVE to others, and the best medicine to RECEIV…
 
If you’re going to have a summer series on memoirs, there is truly no better person to begin with than the boss of memoir herself, Mary Karr. In 1995, Mary Karr published her debut memoir, “The Liar’s Club,” an engrossing, tragicomic telling of her childhood in a poor, industrial East Texas town. “The Liar’s Club” took the publishing world by storm…
 
A historian reflects on the life of Chinese crop scientist Yuan Longping, and the possible influence of geothermal energy production on earthquake aftershocks. In this episode: 00:46 Remembering Yuan Longping Yuan Longping, one of China’s most famous scientists, died in May at the age of 90. Known as the ‘father of hybrid rice’, we reflect on his l…
 
Neo4j Connectors page: neo4j.com/product/connectors Neo4j Connector for Apacha Kafka: neo4j.com/labs/kafka/ Neo4j Connector for Business Intelligence: neo4j.com/bi-connector/ Neo4j Connector for Apache Spark: neo4j.com/product/connectors/apache-spark-connector The Neo4j GraphQL library: neo4j.com/product/graphql-library/ Using Retool with Neo4j Gra…
 
In this episode, Donn talks about the difference between working at a big tech company vs freelancing. There are many pro's and con's for each. What is best for you? Listen to the episode and find out. AndroidJobs.IO Job postings are FREE on AndroidJobs.IO during the early release phase (at the time of this recording). Sign up to get notified of ne…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, Donn talks about the difference between working at a big tech company vs freelancing. There are many pro’s and con’s for each. What is best for you? Listen to the episode and find out. AndroidJobs.IO Job postings are FREE on AndroidJobs.IO during the early release phase (at …
 
We just launched a new personality test for HEALING and today we are digging in to the MOVEMENT of each BIRD!Are you beluga, impala, rattlesnake, or deer? Remember that we are going to be a little of them all, but one or two will be the highest. THAT is what we focus on <3 If you haven't taken the quiz, take it below!www.platformdaily.comFree daily…
 
Do you find that even when you know what you want to do, it just doesn’t happen? Or maybe by the end of the workday you’re feeling so ground down, you don’t feel like doing things with friends or family or working on a side project or hobby. Chances are, it’s not a time problem, it’s an energy problem! In this episode, we’re going to share 3 ways t…
 
A deluge of trials has stress-tested the systems that produce evidence. Around the world, researchers have raced to test therapies to treat COVID-19. The speed and urgency of this task has revealed both the weaknesses in the collection and use of research-based evidence, and how well-run trials have helped save lives. This is an audio version of ou…
 
Rachael Philbin is a legal project manager and former lawyer, who shows us that we don’t have to stray too far from the law if we’re ready to stop being a lawyer. There are many lawyer-adjacent roles that exist in the legal industry. In this episode, Rachael shares with us how she went from litigator to a legal project manager and what to consider …
 
Early vaccine trials did not include pregnant or breastfeeding people which left some people asking whether COVID vaccines are safe and effective for those who are breastfeeding. The latest data suggests that they are and in this episode of Coronapod we dig into the questions scientists have been asking. Could the vaccine make it into breastmilk? C…
 
It’s summer! And here on Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie’s celebrating the shortest season with a fun series on books! But not just any books — memoirs!. Katie just finished writing her own memoir (which comes out this October — stay tuned!), so she wanted to spend time with other people who have shared their stories and put themselves on th…
 
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In this episode, Donn talks about the importance of following code conventions and coding styles in codebases. You'll run into various different coding conventions throughout your career. Sometimes it's as an employee, sometimes it's as a freelancer or consultant or just a small side project. The number of coding "styles" that you'll see will blow …
 
Researchers isolate the protein thought to allow birds to sense magnetic fields, and astronomers pinpoint the stars that could view Earth as an exoplanet. In this episode: 00:45 Homing in on the molecule that helps birds find their way. How migratory birds sense magnetic fields is a long standing mystery in sensory biology. Now researchers have iso…
 
Your browser does not support the audio element. Download In this episode, Donn talks about the importance of following code conventions and coding styles in codebases. You’ll run into various different coding conventions throughout your career. Sometimes it’s as an employee, sometimes it’s as a freelancer or consultant or just a small side project…
 
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