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  1. Mark Blyth - Why People Vote for Those Who Work Against Their Best Interests

    Recorded 10/11/2017 Mark Blyth’s best seller Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea Mark Blyth is a British political scientist from Scotland and a professor of international political economy at Brown University.

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  2. Matt Hancock Broke The Law: The Full Story

    A high court judge has ruled Matt Hancock acted unlawfully by not revealing the details of contracts signed during the pandemic. But this is a scandal - uncovered by the work of the Good Law Project - which says so much more: about where £12.5bn worth of public money has gone, about our government, and about British society in 2021.

    To explain what it all means, we’re joined by The Good Law Project’s Jolyon Maugham and Open Democracy’s Peter Geoghegan. A must watch.

    Please like, subscribe - and help us take on the right-wing media:

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  3. A parent and a young patient share their experience with Vivid Vision

    Welcome to the Vivid Vision spotlights podcast. Rebekah Nault joins us to share her and her son’s experience using Vivid Vision.

    Show Notes:

    1:00 How did Rebekah find out about her son’s binocular vision issues?

    2:30 How Rebekah found about virtual reality vision therapy.

    3:40 Conversations around the age of Rebekah’s and Vivid Vision.

    4:30 What changes has Rebekah noticed about her son since beginning VR vision therapy.

    6:00 Was giving Vivid Vision a try a difficult decision?

    7:30 How Vivid Vision impacted life at school and at home.

    8:30 How can Vivid Vision improve in the future?

    11:00 A young patient’s perspective on Vivid Vision.

    13:00 Why Ring Runner is Ben’s favorite game.

    12:30 What is Ben’s least favorite Ben

    14:00 What would be a dream game for Ben?

    Thanks for listening.

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    Tagged with vivid vision

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  4. Cabel Sasser, Panic - XOXO Festival (2013)

    Ostensibly, Panic makes Apple software, like the award-winning Transmit, Coda, and Status Board. But how many Apple software developers team up with the creator of Katamari Damacy to print and sell their official t-shirts, or manufacture a series of deadly accurate Atari 2600 boxes for non-existent games? Cofounder Cabel Sasser shares the unique story of how Panic stayed independent at all costs, as well as some of the challenges along the way.

    Recorded in September 2013 at XOXO, an arts and technology festival in Portland, Oregon celebrating independent artists using the Internet to make a living doing what they love. For more, visit

    Video thumbnail by Ian Linkletter:

    Intro Music: Broke for Free, "Breakfast with Tiffany"

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  5. How Unmesh Dinda Got 1.5 Million Subscribers On YouTube

    He started using photoshop at 8. Since then he’s amassed an incredible following by teaching others Photoshop. All of this is done from his bedroom in Mumbai. Incredible story. Chris interviews Unmesh Dinda at Max

    Unmesh 1:15 - How did Unmesh get started? 3:10 - How to get excited about photoshop? 5:14 - Why Unmesh wanted to teach on YouTube? 6:53 - He got very little subscribers even after 100 videos 8:17 - How did you grow your channel? 10:55 - How did you become successful, living in Mumbai? People feel like you need to be in the US. 16:46 - How do you know what you’re good at? Gifts vs Talents 19:40 - What makes a good teacher? 20:30 - How do you balance quantity and quality videos? 26:30 - What is your video making process? 27:30 - Are high-quality videos essential for YouTube? 31:00 - Unmesh’s workflow 37:00 - What advice do you have for creators?

    PixImperfect w Unmesh Dinda

    👉Subscribe: 👉See our Academy Channel:

    Want a deeper dive? Typography, Lettering, Sales & Marketing, Social Media and The Business of Design courses available here:

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    Tagged with education

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  6. Tom Blomfield - Banking APIs - A Threat or an Opportunity?

    APIs are disrupting industries from the inside and from the outside. These software interfaces enable current Enterprises and Startups to be more agile and more open to create multiple kind of business or innovative ecosystems. APIdays London next 23-24th of September will focus on APIs in the Banking and Fintech industries for delivering state of the art business cases and technical best practices to upgrade models and legacy software with APIs, with worlwide expert from the banking and fintech industry that are actually working on this topic. API Days is a series of international and open events about APIs, the programmable web and the Platform Economy with chapters in Paris, London, San Francisco, Berlin, Barcelona, Moscow, Sydney. For more information, please visit our website at

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