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  1. Stretching - Before, After…or Never? : 55 Min Phys

    In this short version of #55MinPhy I talk about the physiology of how stretching works, which type is best, the difference between dynamic & static, and some other fun little stretching tricks.

    Enjoy!

    ◾ I’d appreciate support on patreon: https://www.patreon.com/andygalpin

    ◾ More information at: http://www.andygalpin.com/

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    ◾ Twitter: @drandygalpin

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    Tagged with education

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  2. Accidental Clicking

    John Siracusa joins me to discuss RSI in depth, drawing on both of our experiences we look at what works, what doesn’t and why you should care. Keyboards, trackpads, trackballs, mice, chairs, we cover it all.

    https://engineered.network/pragmatic/episode-50-accidental-clicking/

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  3. EP34: Cole Kuchna on Kayne West’s “Yeezus” | Maximum Fun

    Show: 

    Heat Rocks

    Guests: 

    Coke Kuchna

    The album: Kanye West: Yeezus (2013)

    Comprehensive analysis.

    Two words that describe Cole Cuchna’s extraordinary podcast, DISSECT, which dedicates a season to unpacking one album, one song (per episode) at a time.

    His subterranean exploration of Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy is one of the reasons we were thrilled to have him join us to discuss Kanye West’s 6th album, Yeezus.

    We covered Yeezy the persona vs. Kanye the person, problematic lyrics, ego reckoning, and the 2009 VMA’s - a turning point in his career and a moment that will forever be a part of pop culture history. We also spent some time delving into the mindset of Yeezy, but full disclaimer:

    we taped this episode before Kanye’s infamous twitter torrent and TMZ brouhaha.

    About Cole Kuchna:

    Cole Cuchna, Prince of the podcast

    Cole’s socials: IG: turangalila_

    TW: @dissectpodcast

    About Dissect:

    This Podcast Host Is Spending Hundreds of Hours to Dissect the Genius of Kanye West

    More on Yeezus

    Pitchfork review of Yeezus by Ryan Dombal

    Yeezy on Yeezus:

    Behind Kanye’s Mask by Jon Caramonica

    Show Tracklist (all songs from Yeezus unless indicated otherwise):

    “On Sight”

    “Hold My Liquor”

    “Guilt Trip”

    “Blood on the Leaves”

    “Bound 2”

    “New Slaves”

    “I Am A God”

    Nina Simone: Pastel Blues “Strange Fruit”

    “Black Skinhead”

    “I’m In It”

    Daniel Caesar: Pilgrim’s Paradise “Streetcar”

    If you’re not already subscribed to Heat Rocks in Apple Podcasts, do it here!

    https://www.maximumfun.org/heat-rocks/ep34-cole-kuchna-kayne-wests-yeezus

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  4. EP85: Moby on Joy Division’s “Closer” (1980) | Maximum Fun

    Show: 

    Heat Rocks

    Guests: 

    Moby

    The Album: Joy Division Closer (1980)

    Moby has been in the game for over three decades, making punk, electronic, alt-rock, dance, and everything in between. When we heard he was coming on Heat Rocks, we had no idea what album he’d pick, but we knew it was going to be some absolute fire.

    Joy Division were pioneers, blending genres and helping create and popularize the sound that would become post-punk. Unfortunately, Closer would be Joy Division’s final album. On May 18th 1980, just weeks before Joy Division’s first tour in America, lead singer Ian Curtis took his own life. Factory Records released the album a few months later, and the remaining members would go on to form New Order.

    We sat down with Moby to talk about post-punk, the wildly varied music scene on the East coast in the 80s, and the shift from Joy Division to New Order. We chat about Ian’s deteriorating mental wellness and Moby’s own experiences playing with New Order and covering Joy Division songs. Grab a chair, this conversation goes deep.

    Moby’s new book, "Then It Fell Apart" is out now. Cop it at your local bookstore.

    More on Moby

    Moby’s new memoir "Then It Fell Apart"

    For Moby, Using Music as a Coping Mechanism(Wall Street Journal)

    Twitter | Instagram

    More on Closer

    My Favourite album: Closer by Joy Division (The Guardian)

    Rewind: Joy Division’s Closer" (Read TIDAL)

    Show Tracklisting (all songs from Closer unless indicated otherwise):

    Twenty Four Hours

    Moby: Natural Blues

    Heart and Soul

    Joy Division: Wilderness

    Decades

    Atrocity Exhibition

    Nolan Porter: Keep On Keepin’ On

    Joy Division: Interzone

    The Eternal

    Moby: New Dawn Fades

    Atrocity Exhibition

    Twenty Four Hours

    Isolation

    Atrocity Exhibition

    The Nonce: Mix Tapes

    Elliott Smith: No Name No. 5

    Here is the

    Spotify playlist

    of as many songs as we can find on there.

    If you’re not already subscribed to Heat Rocks in Apple Podcasts, do it here!

    https://www.maximumfun.org/heat-rocks/ep83-moby-joy-divisions-closer-1980

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  5. Making Sense Podcast #165 - Journey into Wokeness | Sam Harris

    In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Caitlin Flanagan about her work as a writer. They discuss controversies on social media, the contradictions within feminism, media bias, #MeToo, the new norms of sexuality, the wokeness of academia, affirmative action, college admissions, HR departments, sexual harassment, and other topics.

    https://samharris.org/podcasts/165-journey-wokeness/

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  6. How Do Influencers Make Money? | Ringer PhD | The Ringer

    In 2018 the industry of "influencing" was valued at $1 billion, and it’s projected to balloon to $10 billion in 2020. From Kim Kardashian selling protein shakes to YouTubers making millions off a boxing match, the influencer economy has changed the way that companies try to reach people online and the way that young entrepreneurs make cash. But who are these people and how exactly do they make money? We investigate on this episode of ‘Ringer PhD,’ written by Alyssa Bereznak and narrated by Mallory Rubin.

    Get your official Ringer gear at the web store: https://theringer.com/shop

    CONNECT Website: http://theringer.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ringer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ringer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ringer YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT83YP07yVuaH9J19YABhlw

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  7. Boards of Canada Societas X Tape (FULL TAPE)

    Here’s the full stream from NTS live aired on 6/23/19 as part of Warp’s 30 year anniversary and weekend takeover of NTS radio.

    2 of the songs here have been removed from the actual audio because they are blocked in certain countries. Those songs can be found here: https://youtu.be/MKoj8zv_EHI "Jardim De Prazeres - Egberto Gismonti" https://youtu.be/drebRbrwSz4 "Srimannarayan Raga Bhowli M S Subbulakshmi - M.S.Subbulakshmi | Radha Viswanathan(Vocal Support)"

    I will update this description with a tracklisting and timestamps later.

    0:00 ? (Shortwave Radio Scans) 0:41 Jasper Van’t Hof - Associations 3:39 Col - This Flat Earth 6:28 Heldon - Une Drole de Journee 7:19 ? 9:27 Killing Joke - Unspeakable (Outtake Cassette Version) 11:57 Dolphins Into The Future - Untitled (A3) 13:58 Victrola - Maritime Tatami 18:18 George Duke - Vulcan Mind Probe 21:02 Flayer - Wanna Get Back Your Love 24:38 ? 25:21 Doxa Sinistra - The Other Stranger 28:35 Vignette (‘Your Choice is Five’) 28:53 Paul Hart - Prospect 31:54 Esplendor Geometrico - Regeneración 34:18 Vignette ("Get A Shot… The Swine Flu Shot") 34:45 Slave To The Rhythm / Just an Illusion / Aquarius - Boards of Canada Edit 39:05 Jupiter Prophet - 35,000 Feet (Challenger’s Theme) 40:28 ? 42:39 Instrumental cover of Francis Lai - Un homme et une femme (with Mi…

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    Tagged with music

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  8. Vox Interviews Sam Harris and Things Get Interesting

    Source - https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/5/8/18536100/sam-harris-making-sense-recode-decode-kara-swisher-podcast-interview-islam-sri-lanka-new-zealand

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    For more information about Sam Harris: https://www.samharris.org

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  9. Download #105: Live From WWDC: Dark Mode People - Relay FM

    From Apple’s podcast studio within its Worldwide Developer Conference, we’re joined by John Siracusa and Shelly Brisbin to discuss iPadOS, iOS, Catalyst, SwiftUI, and Apple’s new pro hardware.

    https://www.relay.fm/download/105

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  10. Inheritance Tracks: Alan Partridge

    Norfolk-based broadcasting legend Alan Partridge chooses Who Put The Bomp by Barry Mann and the theme from Grandstand by Keith Mansfield.

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