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Best Wayfinder Podcast podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Wayfinder Podcast podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Join me - an Entrepreneur, Philosopher, Musician, Writer, Adventurer, Outdoor Enthusiast, and Shamanic Way Finder for discussions, rants, and wild speculation on all kinds of interesting and important topics. We'll dive deep into Ancient Mysteries and Wisdom, Alternative History, Psychedelic Exploration, and the Nature of Reality.Wayfinder Podcast on YouTube, iTunes, SoundCloud, Google Play, Spotify, and InstaGram. Thanks for listening!
 
Wayfinders.Church in Kyle, TX. This podcast stakes messages from our Weekend Worship Experiences and puts them in audio! Series, one off, and more.
 
Science for the People is a long-format interview podcast that explores the connections between science, popular culture, history, and public policy, to help listeners understand the evidence and arguments behind what's in the news and on the shelves. Our hosts sit down with science researchers, writers, authors, journalists, and experts to discuss science from the past, the science that affects our lives today, and how science might change our future.
 
A LOTR Actual Play D&D Podcast: Inspired by the Dagor Dagorath prophecy of J.R.R. Tolkien, the Lord of the Rings, Dungeons & Dragons, and Adventures in Middle Earth.
 
Wayfinders.Church Podcast is all about a conversation to guide people in life. We all have questions, struggles, and issues - so let's work through them together.
 
The Creative Intelligence podcast is a series of conversations about the tools and technologies that inspire creativity. Hosted by Splashlight CEO James Ingram, each episode explores the role of technology in fueling creativity and innovation, and how it can impact on and drive business growth. Through intelligent discussion with thought leaders, academics and industry experts, these conversations look at how data can be utilized as part of the creative process and examines why data is key t ...
 
Welcome to this inspiring podcast for fashion creatives. Through intimate interviews with industry guests and fashion thinkers, Carla van Lunn provides you with inspiring stories and real information about fashion design and creativity. Carla and her guests dig deep into fashion’s purpose and power. Fashion Wayfinder will be your compass … guiding you to create with confidence, spirit and integrity.
 
'Experience Design' (Formerly The XD Podcast) explores how design impacts the way we experience products, brands, services, and our everyday lives. You'll gain actionable insights from host Tony Daussat through thought provoking solo shows, as-well-as interviews with professionals in design, product management, and entrepreneurship. From UX, product, industrial and service design, to career, life, and business design--no stone will be left unturned in this quest to demystify design and inspi ...
 
Podcast by National Network of Schools in Partnership
 
Guest Beer Podcast is a weekly beer podcast where we bring a guest, taste new beers, compare/contrast, and use beer as a veiled backdrop to discussing whatever is on our minds.
 
A podcast focused on those in education who break things that need broken and then build something better. They are the breakers. This is Breaker Society.
 
A podcast about small town Indiana and the weird things that bump in the night. Coming November 2015.(From https://soundcloud.com/aebrownstudios.)
 
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In this episode, we talk to a professor of Geography at the University of Oregon, Mark Fonstad. He happens to be the son of Karen Wynn Fonstad, the cartographer responsible for the Atlas of Middle Earth. We discuss Karen's path into map making and how the idea for the Atlas came about. Mark gives background behind one of the most useful Middle Eart…
 
For our last interview of Part Two, Marco comes back to chat with us about the changes Feredir has gone through. He laments the loss of Anguirel, and discusses this continuation of the Túrin Turambar story. He hints at an explosive ending to Rise of the Mormegil.By Longwinded One
 
In this episode, James speaks to Minda Aguhob, chief people officer and co-founder of Vytality Health, a social app for co-caring. It provides physical and emotional support through personalized communities of support and customized information. The idea was born after Minda was involved in a serious cycling accident that resulted in her living thr…
 
This movie Yo dog, I heard you liked simulations. Server-room LAN rave parties. choosing your simulated period for fun, profit, and lack of complications. Simulation Plato’s shadows on a cave wall. Maybe shadows all the way down, and turtles all the way up! The simulatability of our perceived reality. The argument The simulation argument made disti…
 
Designers will never be the expert in the room. That’s an interesting pill to swallow, but it couldn’t be more true. We are tasked with working in so many different fields. But what we must bring to the table is our ability to extract insights, gain empathy and facilitate co-creation. Join me for an endlessly fascinating conversation with Peter Sma…
 
The last of the in-person session. Apologies for the poor sound quality. The heroes will start the next session against the remaining enemies: Finduilas, Glaurung, and Túrin Turambar (he and Gwarthaur are still stuck in the magic box).By Longwinded One
 
This week we're talking about land and ocean conservation: what it means to protect our land and oceans, the complexities of competing interests and international boundries, and how well Canada is doing at conserving its most important wild areas. Helping us wrap our heads around it are National Parks Program Director Alison Ronson and National Oce…
 
While still fighting the undead associates of Túrin Turambar (aka The Man in Black, aka The Shadow, aka Gwarthaur). Túrin shows up riding his nemesis in life, Glaurung the Deceiver. While engaged in mortal combat, Feredir and Túrin clash the sister swords of Angirel and Anglachel (Gurthang) together. This causes a grand explosion that breaks both b…
 
Mythology Taking a simple mysterious mythology and explaining it for fun and profit*. Meta The original Highlander’s original, surprising success story. Deciding to make a sequel. Budgets and revenues and how did we get here, really? Versions Aliens vs time travel. The clincher: neither actually makes any more sense than the other. People Not only …
 
Stephen is the Head Design Evangelist at InVision, host of The Crazy One podcast, and an international keynote speaker. The amount of gold that drops from Stephen’s mouth in a 30 minute time block blows my mind! Ha! We talk creativity, collaboration, innovation, and staying true to yourself as a design—and person. What an honor it was to have Steph…
 
The group arrives at the Calacirya (The Pass of Light). From there they march up the Hill of Túna toward the great Noldor city of Tirion. Before they arrive, they encounter some long passed associates of Túrin: Finduilas of Nargothrond, Beleg Cúthalion of Doriath, and Mîm the Petty-dwarf. They don't look happy about being brought back to life, for …
 
This week on Science for the People, we're discussing dark personality traits. Everyone has them, and how they manifest themselves depends on your "D" level. We'll be speaking with Ingo Zettler, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Copenhagen and a member of the team of researchers who put forward the theory of the common core of dark per…
 
In this episode, James speaks to Payal Arora, professor and chair of technology, values, and global media cultures at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Payal is also the founder and executive director of Catalyst Lab, an initiative that brings the academic and business world together to engage the public on social issues. As a digital anthropologist, t…
 
No spoilers this week! Just looking at all the scientific discoveries of the past decade and how that has or hasn’t played into the scifi we’ve covered. 1. Privacy & Cyberpunk … and the illusion thereof. Snowden and the shattering of the illusion of privacy in the digital age. The world becoming the less awesome-looking irl version of cyberpunk. Wo…
 
I couldn't think of a better way to kick off the new year and new episodes of Experience Design than with the one and only: Jared Spool. I won't belabor the bio, because the man truly needs no introduction--But, Jared is "Maker of Awesomeness at CenterCentre/UIE. Helping orgs deliver well-designed products & services." In this episode we discuss th…
 
Inside the Workshop of Aulë the group discovers Túrin Turambar, having been possessed by Gwarthaur, just finishing a ritual from the Golden Book. In his hands are the reforged sword, Gurthang, and the newly found silmaril of Maedhros.By Longwinded One
 
It's 2020, but we're looking back. What were the biggest science stories of 2019? Well, it was a big year for lots of things. Black hole pictures, vaping illnesses... and lots and lots of climate change news. Come on a trip down memory lane with us and the writers at Science News magazine as we take a look back at some of the top science stories of…
 
The group arrives on the western shores of Eldamar, near the base of the Pelori Mountains. There they see the entrance to the Workshop of Aulë. Before entering the sky turns to black, and the dead creatures on the beach come to life.By Longwinded One
 
Whoops, a movie review So the movie didn’t put in any cool science things and the only thing left to do is review it and talk about… feelings? Different viewing experiences between opening night and subsequent viewings. Franchises Fan service. Coherent extended story arcs. Reconsidering the prequel triloges in light of the new one. Indie IP ownersh…
 
The sea battle concludes as the heroes try to decide what to do with the regent and his men. They also find out who Ossë has been waiting to see- the huge whale, Uin.By Longwinded One
 
There were some technical difficulties when recording. Therefore, this episode picks up after the 1st half of a sea battle between the Fellowship of Light and the ambushing Teleri from Avallónë- those loyal to the Regent, Escalwathon. In this episode, you learn the true name of the shadow maiar causing all the trouble- Gwarthaur, and you get to see…
 
In this Christmas story, Christopher gets very ill and then we are forced to push back our new Star Wars episode. Sorry! Happy holidays! The post No episode this week – happy holidays! appeared first on Decipher SciFi.By Decipher Media
 
In this interview with Josh, we learn about Raiken's character development through part two of the trilogy. We discuss the difficulty as players and game masters in creating memorable and creative moments. And for the first time in 86 episodes, the interviewer becomes the interviewee.By Longwinded One
 
Antibiotics. You know the drill. You get a bacterial infection, you get an antibiotic, and a few days or a week later, you're all better. But these days, that idyll is under threat as bacteria evolve to work around our drugs. So... where are the new, better antibiotics? Well, it's time to follow the money. We speak with David Shlaes about how the a…
 
Join Spriggz and the game master as they discuss Rise of the Mormegil. Get inside the mind of the original barbarian from the Bastards. Learn about what motivated Burin throughout the campaign, and why this may be the last solo Spriggz interview.By Longwinded One
 
Science…?! Some things are more art than science sometimes. Structures anchored to geostationary orbit “Space antennas” but what kind of signal would benefit from this design? X-Rays? Why would this not be better off in orbit? The structure sure looks a lot like a space elevator. Space elevators and geostationary orbital masses. Falling from space …
 
We've done it, friends. This year you have made 'Experience Design' turn into something beyond my wildest dreams. Your support has been the lifeblood of this podcast. 112 Countries. 1000+ Cities. My mind is BLOWN! Thank you all so very much. There are some amazing things planned for 2020 and I can't wait to share them all with you. During the Holid…
 
Mor-lomin wins riddle competition and is forever called Loremaster in Alqualondë. Tesoro reclaims his title at the drinking competition. Later, the group asks Olwë many questions. They ask him about how to curse Túrin from the possession of the shadow maiar, who he calls Gwarthaur. He also tells them that the silmaril of Maedhros has been found in …
 
The societies we live in are organised around growth, objects, and driving forward a constantly expanding economy as benchmarks of success and prosperity. But this growing consumption at all costs is at odds with our understanding of what our planet can support. How do we lower the environmental impact of economic activity? How do we redefine succe…
 
A few of the Fellowship of Light enter the Birth of Flowers melee competition in Alqualondë. Only Feredir comes away standing. This time, the champion takes away the wine of the Eldar. Where Limpë had granted Eriol unnaturally long life, it grants Feredir relief of his lycanthropy.By Longwinded One
 
In this episode, James is in Paris speaking to John Crowley, section chief of research, policy and foresight at UNESCO’s Sector for Social and Human Sciences. UNESCO is an agency for cooperation and a forum for debate, and John works to mobilise the human sciences to develop knowledge and action capacities for social transformation. He asks what is…
 
VPNs MJ’s VPN advice. VPN advertising on YouTube. Venice How to build a whole city on mud. Transplanting alder forests from on some ground to under some other ground. Hard clay is worse than bedrock. Measuring a sinking city’s rate of subsidence with space-based radar and GPS. Climate change sure isn’t helping any. What value should we place on art…
 
I can't believe we're on episode 50! And what a way to celebrate, then with the incredibly talented Founder of Pitchproof, Ryan Hayward. On this episode we discuss the importance of standing out as a designer and we talk about why it's so important to be unique and lean into your differences as a designer. Ryan also goes over 3 key ways to nail a p…
 
To kick off the Birth of Flowers celebration, the elves hold an Archery and Performance contest, which Tesoro and Okrin both delight in. They also announce that Limpë will be the prize for the melee competition.By Longwinded One
 
Yup, you guessed it... it's Science for the People's annual holiday episode that helps you figure out what sciency books and gifts to get that special nerd on your list. Or maybe you're looking to build up your reading list for the holiday break and a geeky Christmas sweater to wear to an upcoming party. Returning are pop-science power-readers John…
 
Fresh off their adventure at the Stone of the Hapless, the group sails for Alqualondë. There they meet the King of the Teleri, Olwë. The king welcomes the group to Alqualondë for the Birth of Flowers celebration, called Nost-na-Lothion by the Eldar.By Longwinded One
 
Background Looking back after the culmination of all these threads in Endgame. Queen Amidala’s midichlorian magical umbrella. Language Thor knowing All-Tongue, emitting pheromones, and doing the bee dance. The difficutly of universal language or language understanding. Finnishish conlanging. The cultural and linguistic juxtaposition between Scandin…
 
Jacob Cass has spoken at TEDx and been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, and a number of high-profile design books including The Best of Logo Lounge Master Series. Some notable clients include Nike, Disney, Nintendo, and Jerry Seinfeld, as well as iconic locations such as San Francisco, Puerto Rico, and New York’s Digital District. On this week's e…
 
In this, the second part of Dr. Drout's interview, we discuss how Tolkien reversed the epistemic regime by telling the story from the point of view of the least knowledgeable character. We discuss the inevitable chapter 2, Treatise of Tedium, that most of the time plague fantasy and science fiction writers (but not Tolkien). And finally, we play a …
 
Have you heard? Climate change. We did it. And it's bad. It's going to be worse. We are already suffering the effects of it in many ways. How should we TALK about the dangers we are facing, though? Should we get people good and scared? Or give them hope? Or both? Host Bethany Brookshire talks with David Wallace-Wells and Sheril Kirschenbaum to find…
 
In this episode we talk to Professor Michael Drout from Wheaton College. We learn why so many scholars think it is important to talk about how to read Tolkien. We discuss how Tolkien created an "impression of depth" through his vast size and intricate detail in his writings. And we learn about Dr. Drout's first time meeting Tom Shippey. The Tolkien…
 
Western The best genre of Star Wars media? Brandishing yourself. Old west forced sack removal. “Real filmmaking” Werner Herzog’s surprising(?) praise. “Real filmmaking” in the wake of the prequel trilogies. Wooden green-screen acting vs sweet puppets and actual human beings. Unreal Engine LED walls and volumetric projection and camera tracking. Our…
 
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