This week, Federico and John look back at the origins of clipboard apps on iOS, how they’ve evolved, and the apps they’re currently using on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac to save snippets of information for use elsewhere.
Love makes us do crazy things. But not this crazy. This week for Valentine’s Day we have stories of people going to extremes as they fall in love, chase love down, and try to make sense of it—including a teenager who falls for an undercover cop, and epic tales of snooping.
A special episode speaks with Professor Hilary Pinnock to examine the current evidence and advice for patients with asthma and clinicians caring for them.
“1000 too Many: The Homeless Memorial”
Rev. Stephen Milton
Jan 17, 2020
Hello, and welcome to the Lawrence Park Community Church Podcast for the week of January
12th, 2020. My name is Rev. Stephen Milton. In this week’s podcast, I want to take you along on
a journey I made…
I first met Christena Cleveland across the street from a conference where, later that day, she would speak on issues of race and the long road towards unity among Christians. Her presentation was 3 minutes long.What I left that conference with was’t just what I heard Dr. Cleveland present in her few minutes.. but I left eyes somewhat newly opened to a system/culture that was comfortable nodding towards that which was non-white or non-male, but far less interested in fully investing. I also left with an awareness of my complicity. Since then, I’ve paid attention to Dr. Clevelands work as an author, blogger speaker and culture creator. I’ve looked forward to this interview for quite a while..Which brings me to this somewhat unfortunate and somewhat comical production note: My 2 year old has developed an interest in all my electronics and had her way with the input controls just a few moments before I go Dr. Cleveland on the line. You’ll year my voice peak off and on throughout the conversation. That said.. Dr. Clevelands voice is clear as day and full of wisdom for this moment. Check it out.
Music for this episode is by Podington Bear.
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A toast to the groom! To the bride! To knowing you’ll always regret the sacrifice you made for your sister! NOW ON PATREON Strong Songs now has a Patreon! If you liked this episode (or, you know, any of them), we hope you’ll consider supporting the show. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/strongsongs NEVER BEEN SATISFIED Kirk takes an overdue dive into Lin-Manuel Miranda’s epic Broadway musical Hamilton, focusing on Renée Elise Goldsberry’s first act showstopper, "Satisfied." Regret tinges an otherwise joyous day as Angelica Schuyler remembers the night she met Alexander Hamilton, fell in love with him, and quickly realized they could never be together. It’s a heady mix of complex rhyme schemes, powerhouse vocals, and musical character motifs so densely interwoven that it’s hard to keep track of them all. Artist: Renée Elise Goldsberry, Lin-Manuel Miranda Album: Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording), 2015 Composed by: Lin-Manuel Miranda Listen/Buy: Apple Music |
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Episode 35: Today’s episode of the Social Work Podcast I speak with University of Pittsburgh Social Work professor Dr. Christina Newhill. She defines client violence, talks about why social workers should be concerned with client violence and identifies which social workers are at greater risk for violence.
She discusses some ways to assess a client’s potential for violence, how to intervene with a violent or potentially violent client, and identifies some strategies for increasing worker safety.
We end our interview with information about existing research and resources for social work educators.
This week’s challenge: draw a diary comic.
The fight over the Trump administration’s questionable efforts to add a citizenship question to the census has reached the Supreme Court, and a decision looms. In this episode of Boom! Lawyered, Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy explain the case and how a bad decision could cement inequality for generations.
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