Episode 9. One in a MillionA story about moving at your own pace.
The Critical Path
The Critical Path is a talk show contemplating the causality of success and failure in the evolving story of mobile computing and related industries. Using Apple as a lens to look at existing and emerging tech markets, we try to understand what it means to be great.
Hosted by Horace Dediu, Anders
Brownworth, and Judd Rubin.
Twenty years ago, Steve Jobs had an idea: he wanted to build an Apple store. Something sleek and iconic and unlike anything else in retail. But he had no idea how to do it. So he called someone who might: retail genius Ron Johnson. Ron tells Alex the story of what it was like to work with Steve and help transform Apple into a household name. And Ron talks about life after Apple—which included a huge and humbling failure.
Includes passage from T.H. White. Please join us in welcoming author, lecturer, & religious leader Rabbi David Wolpe to this week’s episode of DENtalks Podcast! Rabbi Wolpe has been named the Most Influential Rabbi in America by Newsweek, and one of the 50 Most Influential Jews in the world by the Jerusalem Post, what a man! In this episode, we dive into both finding and losing faith, the difference between religion and spirituality, and the common thread that runs between belief systems around the world. Rabbi Wolpe humbly shares insights and perspectives that stem from both his experience supporting others through death and hardship, to his very personal battle with cancer. And while he and Tal discuss the many depths, perspectives and diverging viewpoints spirituality can open up, Rabbi Wolpe never lets us forget just how little we ultimately know.
Nihilism in the 21st Century: A Conversation with Pankaj Mishra, Shruti Kapila and David Priestland | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures
Pankaj Mishra, Shruti Kapila and David Priestland speak at St Antony’s College on 3 May 2017
Pick up a femur, order a moon sandwich, and always remember to bring your space helmet with you! On its 50th anniversary, we’re discussing Stanley Kubrick’s classic “2001: A Space Odyssey.” What is the Monolith’s purpose? When and why does HAL become murderous? And why is there so much solarized stock footage of landscapes? Watch out for cheetahs!
Tom Boger is Sr. Director of Mac Product Marketing at Apple, talks new MacBook Air, new Mac mini, the design goals, how to choose the right Mac for you, and the future of the Mac.
Do we still experience religious emotion? - from live interview following Ep 3
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SACRED TIME: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE JEWISH HOLIDAYS, a new series exploring how Jewish foods and festivals, rituals and holidays, illuminate the Jewish meaning of life. New episodes will be released throughout the Jewish year—on the honey of Rosh Hashanah and the repentance of Yom Kippur, on the palm frond of Sukkot and the miracles of Hanukkah, on the costumes of Purim and the new festivals of modern Israel.
The Sacred Time series has been generously sponsored by the Rosenthal family in honor of the contribution of Roger Hertog and the Tikvah Fund to Jewish continuity.
RABBI DR. MEIR Y. SOLOVEICHIK is one of the leading contemporary voices on faith in America,…
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Ken Case of the Omni Group, Greg Scown of Smile, and Dave Teare of Agile Bits join David and Katie to talk about the state of development for Mac and iOS and life as an Apple Developer.
UC Irvine psychologist Dan Hoffman explains how there really is no spoon.
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