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Weekly sermons from Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at the University of Nebraska. At RUF we believe that you're never so bad that you're beyond the reach of God's grace and at the same time you're never so good that you're beyond the need of God's grace.
 
The podcast From Nowhere to No Here is for University of Virginia Alumni who were members of the IMP Society. This show helps alumni get caught up in a “where are they now” interview format. Do you ever stop and wonder to yourself, “what ever happened to that person?” Of course you do! Now you’re going to be able to get caught up with some of your most dynamic UVA classmates- the IMP Fossils. Tune into From Nowhere, to Now Here…Incarnate Memorials Prevail…to get a quick audio catch-up of whe ...
 
A weekly podcast covering the Cleveland Browns, the NFL & other sports and culture news. Join the Kuhn brothers, and their grandfather, as they breakdown the week that was for the Cleveland Browns and look forward to the week ahead, pick the lines and breakdown the outlook in the AFC North. No one becomes a Browns fan by choice, it's a cruel legacy passed down for generations. One day though, it will all be worth it. email: sinofourfathers@gmail.com twitter: @sinofourfathers
 
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SFF Addicts

Adrian M. Gibson & FanFiAddict.com

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SFF Addicts is a bi-weekly panel podcast about sci-fi, fantasy and speculative fiction, as well as the occasional jaunt into the wider SFF industry. Join host Adrian M. Gibson and guest authors, publishing industry professionals, podcasters, bloggers and more for discussions about all things SFF: the speculative fiction market, writing craft, TV, movies, and why we're addicted to SFF. Plus, interviews with authors, TV and Film Club bonus episodes and more. The full episode archive, as well a ...
 
The Sports Performance Radio Show offers insights into Mind Performance Coaching and how many sports individuals are now using it to improve their game. Join us as we talk to top athletes such as 2010 Commonwealth champion Louise Hazel and Olympic champion Sanya Richards Ross. Mind Performance Coaching can be used in sport & fitness, business, education, career management & personal improvement. Check out our blog for further insight about our guests and the topics we cover http://budurl.com ...
 
Christians Engaging Culture (CEC) exists to equip the members of St Thomas’ (and other churches) to give faithful answers in everyday cultural conversations and to turn those conversations to the gospel. The aim of this podcast is to start conversations around our church community, so please encourage everyone at church to subscribe (and show them how to!) and when you see people, ask them what they thought of this week's episode.
 
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Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning author Aliette de Bodard for a chat about her new book The Red Scholar's Wake, books in translation, Vietnamese history and language, her Universe of Xuya series, worldbuilding, childbirth, sentient spaceships, sapphic romance, family, food as memory and much more. RESOURCES MENTIONED: - Aliette's recipe…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors Daniel H. Wilson, Ada Hoffmann, Emma Mieko Candon and I. S. Lee as they program the virtual realities of robots and artificial intelligence. During the panel they discuss why robots & AI are so captivating, the dialogue between science and sci-fi, humanist thinking, debates around intelligence and consciousnes…
 
Current Location: Charlottesville, VA Hometown: Roanoke, VA Email: pfedmonds3@gmail.com Phone: (917) 327-5565 Family: Frank (BA ‘91, JD/MBA ‘96), Holland, Allie (‘24), Spicer IMP Tapping: 1990 Facebook: Pam Edmonds Twitter: @pfedmonds Other places you'll see her name: https://retolduva.com/profile/pamela-feinour-edmonds-and-allie-edmonds-mother-dau…
 
Steve joins Tom and Justin to talk about his love for racing starting as a kid at Catamount, why he sold his car and left halfway through his first season, dominating at Airborne, battling with Jim Cilley and why he's back and racing on the dirt... From going fast in Canada to going to the bars in Plattsburgh, all that and more on this episode of U…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning editors/authors Sheree Renée Thomas, Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki and Zelda Knight for a chat about their new anthology Africa Risen: A New Era of Speculative Fiction, as well as the evolution and meaning of the anthology's title, the story selection process, offering a platform for new African and diaspor…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors Andrea Stewart, RJ Barker and Joshua Phillip Johnson as they sail the high seas of nautical fantasy. During the panel they discuss why the ocean is so captivating (and terrifying), why it blends well with fantasy stories, nautical worldbuilding, character development, maritime battles, magic systems, deep sea …
 
Fourth-generation racer Bobby Hackel joins Tom and Justin to discuss growing up in dirt racing, learning hard lessons as a young racer, winning races and championships, stepping up the ladder, and quite literally building his future in the sport... From his early days in karts to almost joining the ACT Tour, all that and more on this episode of Unc…
 
In this final installment of a four episode series, I take a look at criticisms of Thomas Kuhn's idea of incommensurable scientific paradigms. Kuhn makes use of a vague notion of seeing that allows him to say some surprising things about how people see the world. For example, Kuhn theorizes that 18th century scientists Joseph Priestley and Antoine …
 
W̶i̶n̶t̶e̶r̶ ̶i̶s̶ Dragons are coming! Join host Adrian M. Gibson and actor Miltos Yerolemou (aka Syrio Forel in Game of Thrones), as well as authors M.J. Kuhn and Liam Quane, as they review season one of House of the Dragon. During the panel they discuss their personal relationships with Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire, Miltos' experien…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning author and editor Lavie Tidhar for a chat about his new releases Neom and The Best of World SF Vol. 2, growing up in Israel, writing about the Middle East, international sci-fi, tackling challenging themes with humor, robots and Asimov's 'Three Laws of Robotics', L. Ron Hubbard, messiahs and much more. E…
 
The 2022 Pro All Stars Series champion joins Tom and Justin to talk about the role iRacing played in his racing career, finding early success in karts, transitioning to the ACT Tour after winning a championship at Seekonk Speedway and how consistency helped him surprise everyone this season... From winning the pole at the Milk Bowl to making money …
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors Robert Jackson Bennett, Leslye Penelope, M.J. Kuhn and Jonathan Nevair as they crack open heists and capers. During the panel they discuss why heists and capers are so damn cool, the fundamental elements of heists, incorporating heist narratives into sci-fi and fantasy worlds, character building, dream heist t…
 
The former Thunder Road Tiger Champion joins the show to talk about how he felt when his father brought his first race car home, how his relationship with Tucker Williams drove him to new heights, racing for a championship with Dwayne Lanphear, and why his rivalry with Brendan Moodie is personal. From sweeping the Milk Bowl in the Tigers to winning…
 
Fly, you fools! Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors P. Djèlí Clark (aka the Disgruntled Haradrim), Connor M. Caplan and Fiction Fans podcast co-host Sara Carothers as they review season one of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. During the panel they discuss their personal relationships with the LOTR franchise, its status as a pop culture…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and award-winning author Mary Robinette Kowal for a chat about her new novel The Spare Man, her Glamourist Histories and The Lady Astronaut series, the modern space race, building off of Dashiell Hammett's book The Thin Man (and its movie adaptations), what makes a good mystery, committed couples, compelling characters, d…
 
1976 NASCAR Winston West Champion, 1986 & 1990 Oxford 250 Winner, 990 NASCAR Busch Series Champion and one of America's Favorite Drivers Chuck Bown joins Tom and Justin to talk about how he got his start, why he moved East after success out west, his sponsorship with Skoal and his famous poster from Thunder Road... From his terrible crash at Pocono…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors Mary Robinette Kowal, Sylvain Neuvel, Nia "N. E." Davenport, James Kennedy and Jane Gilmartin as they unpack the structure and suspense of sci-fi thrillers. During the panel they discuss the essential elements of thrillers, melding thrillers with science fiction, willful transgressions and inciting incidents, …
 
A little changeup this week as Tom and Justin check in with racing media members Jarrad Wakefield and J.A. Ackley for a discussion about how racing is changing and why it is or isn't attracting young fans and how it could change. Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/uncommondeeds Twitter- https://twitter.com/uncommondeeds Instagram- https://www.insta…
 
In this episode, Eric Hsu and Louis Everuss have a chat about David Beer's article in New Media & Society, titled, 'Power through the Algorithm'. Beer helps us better understand how our lives have come to be consituted by digitally networked technologies that are driven by algorithms, and what might be distinct about how power is expressed in the c…
 
Tom and Justin talk to Jason about his record setting basketball career, starting in 4-Cylinders, why he prefers dirt racing, how coaching relates to his race team and why he felt he had to leave Bear Ridge for a few years... From long drives to New York to finally winning a championship at his home track, all that and more on this episode of Uncom…
 
In this episode, Eric Hsu and Louis Everuss explore sociological understandings of race by examining Matthew Desmond and Mustafa Emirbayer's article on 'What is Racial Domination? ' in the Du Bois Review. Desmond and Emirbayer articulate how race structures and affects people’s experience and they theorize how race informs power relations. To expla…
 
In this third installment of a four part series on Thomas Kuhn and the allegedly incommensurable revolutions of science, I look at the idea of epistemic incommensurability. Last episode, I looked at semantic incommensurability - a more intuitively easier idea to get your head around. Semantic incommensurability is the idea that a shift in intension…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and friends of the show Sara Carothers and Lilly Ellison (co-hosts of Fiction Fans podcast) and author Connor M. Caplan as they explore what makes fictional characters so memorable. During the panel they discuss the difference between 'favorite' and 'memorable' characters, the waxing and waning popularity of character-dri…
 
Tom and Justin look back fondly at their first live show, what went wrong, what went right and if they're looking forward to doing another... Plus we get to know Eric Monaco, whose Monaco Racing jumped on board to help sponsor Uncommon Deeds Live. Enjoy the episode and we hope to see you all at the next Uncommon Deeds Live Show!…
 
In this episode, Eric Hsu and Louis Everuss have an in-depth chat about Shoshana's Zuboff's theory of 'surveillance capitalism', which postulates the existence of a new variant of capitalism that significantly involves the digital monitoring of people's behaviours. Eric and Louis mainly base their discussion on Zuboff's 2015 article in the Journal …
 
In this episode, Eric Hsu and Louis Everuss consider George Ritzer and Nathan Jurgenson's theory of prosumer capitalism as articulated in their article in the Journal of Consumer Culture. Ritzer and Jurgenson investigate how there might be something novel and unique about prosumption in the digital world, which signals a shift in the way capitalism…
 
Current Location: Miami, Florida Hometown: Spring Lake, NJ Email: john.crotty@avisonyoung.com Phone: 305-447-7865 Family: Kara (Wife, UVA), Cassie (UVA) & Connor (UVA) IMP Tapping Year: I think ’89 but maybe ‘90 Company Bio: https://www.avisonyoung.us/web/miami/professionals/-/ayp/view/john-k-crotty-ccim LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johncr…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors Chelsea Abdullah, Dyrk Ashton, Zamil Akhtar and Gabriela Houston as they delve into the ancient mysteries of gods, mythologies and folklore. During the panel they discuss mythology as a concept, how culture and curiosity brought mythology into their lives, incorporating gods, mythologies and folklore into thei…
 
Multi-Time Champion at Bear Ridge Speedway, Canaan Dirt and Asphalt, 2013 Lucas Oil POWRi Outlaw Midget Series Champion and 2022 DIRTcar Sportsman Modified & USAC Dirt Midget Association Winner Josh Sunn talks about winning 32 features in a season, being told he needs to move up, winning at Loudon, dealing with serious injuries and contemplating re…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors/SPSFC founders Hugh Howey and Duncan Swan, along with SPSFC 1 finalists Patrice Fitzgerald, T. A. Bruno, Cameron Coral, G. M. Nair, Ben Roberts, Jack Lyster and KT Belt, for a chat about the first year of the competition, lessons learned and how they'll apply that to SPSFC 2, book pitches from the finalists, t…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and authors Malka Older, T. R. Napper, Lincoln Michel and Craig Lea Gordon as they decode the (virtual) realities of cyberpunk's past, present and future. During the panel they discuss what attracts them to cyberpunk, the genre's origins in noir, the contrast between cities and apocalyptic landscapes, worn out cyberpunk t…
 
In this second episode of a four part series on the work of Thomas Kuhn, I look at his idea of semantic incommensurability. Semantic incommensurability as applied to science for Kuhn centers around the fact that the meaning of particular scientific terms change over time. These changes become radically different as scientific paradigms shift. 'Bile…
 
The second winningest driver in the history of Airborne Speedway joins Tom and Justin to talk about growing up in a racing family, starting out in the Tigers, the hard learning curve that came with the Late Models, winning his first title on the ACT Tiger Tour, finally conquering Airborne after returning to the Tigers and why he left racing at the …
 
In this episode, Eric Hsu and Louis Everuss examine the concept of 'philanthrocapitalism' by considering a sociological critique of it by Linsey McGoey in Poetics. Philanthrocapitalism is a portmanteau of philanthropy and capitalism and it describes how the these two phenomena are thought to be increasingly linked to good effect in the contemporary…
 
Join host Adrian M. Gibson and bestselling author Claire North for a chat about her new book Ithaca, her young career beginnings, pen names and passing on your creativity to readers, the power of stories, history, mythology, badass women wielding weapons and much more. And, of course, writing a story about Ithaca, you may wonder, has Claire ever vi…
 
From humble Street Stock beginnings on the high banks of Thunder Road to a multi-time champion at Claremont, Monadnock and Hudson Speedway as well as the 2-time reigning defending NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Division II National Champion, David Greenslit joins Tom and Justin to share his journey on this episode of Uncommon Deeds!…
 
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