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History of Photography Podcasts - Photo History – Class 14 Fall 2013 – The Atomic Age and New Frontiers | Listen via Stitcher Radio On Demand
Listen to History of Photography Podcasts episodes free, on demand. The middle of the 20th century was a time of tremendous change in all areas of the world and especially in the world of photography. This class session looks at the changes that photography experienced during the atomic age through an examination of the cultural, political and artistic climate of the time.
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Ashley Tudor is a Design Strategist with the Spruce Street Institute where she works to create innovations in healthcare for doctors, patients and kids. She has worked with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies on a variety of projects
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Interview with Dave Asprey of BulletProofExec.com [podcast, video] | Fat-Burning Man by Abel James: Real Food, Real Results.
Dave Asprey is my kind of dude. Dave is a Silicon Valley investor, computer security expert, and entrepreneur who spent over 15 years and a quarter
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The Myth of Multi-tasking (mp3) 43Folders.com - "Multi-taskers" are really just splitting their time and attention into smaller slices than you; no one can really do more than one thing at a time. (2:34) read more »
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