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  1. 1957-1958: Little Rock through Children of Thalidomide (WDSTF Series, TSB056)

    If you’re hearing this episode around the time it comes out, it means I’m taking some time off after the birth of my son. I’ve recorded these ahead of time and most likely will not be available on social media for the next few weeks, but you’ll still get The Story Behind twice a week if you’re subscribed to the podcast. Consider this series to be like a substitute teacher. We won’t go as in-depth as in previous episodes, but we’ll briefly touch of a number of different topics in each episode. This series focuses on Billy Joel’s song “We Didn’t Start the Fire” and the headline-making events and people he mentions. Some content may not be suitable for all listeners. I’m your host, Emily Prokop, and this is The Story Behind We Didn’t Start The Fire: 1957-1958. In this episode:

    Little Rock Pasternak Mickey Mantle Kerouac Sputnik Zhou Enlai Bridge On The River Kwai Lebanon Charles de Gaulle California baseball Starkweather Homicide Children of Thalidomide

    Follow The Story Behind: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website Check out #PodernFamily on Twitter to find other great indie podcasts like this one. If you enjoy podcasts about history, literature, archeology, and the arts, check out the hashtag #HumanitiesPodcasts on Twitter to find more podcasts like this one. Click here to support this podcast on Patreon. Media: Music for Makers

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  2. Conference Speaking and Diverse Perspectives with Carina C. Zona and Mark Yoon

    Want to start speaking at conferences? We go over how to get your first conference acceptance, then how to become a better speaker over time. For conference organizers, we also discuss how to find the best speakers from a diverse set of backgrounds and experiences. Carina C. Zona (@cczona) and Mark Yoon (@wimyoon) join Noel Rappin (@noelrap) on this episode of Tech Done Right.

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  3. 97 | Calling Bullshit with Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West – Data Stories


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    In this episode we have Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West, two professors at the University of Washington, who talk about a fantastic new course they have designed called “Calling Bullshit“. The course aims to teach students what bullshit is, how to spot it, and how to deal with it. Needless to say, it’s timely. It’s also gotten a lot of attention lately.

    Of course there are plenty of bullshit examples in data analysis and visualization. Carl and Jevin discuss many of them in their course.

    On the show we talk about how they developed the course, what bullshit actually is and what distinguishes it from other types of misinformation, how to recognize examples of bullshit, and how to ‘call bullshit’ in an ethical way.

    Enjoy this “bullshitty” episode! 🙂

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    Video series of the course

    Carl Bergstrom

    Jevin West

    Feynman on “not fooling yourself“

    Harry Frankfurt’s definition of bullshit

    Two case studies of bullshit: Caffeine Free and Foodstamp Fraud

    The Fine Art of Baloney Detection

    How to Spot Fake News

    Brandolini’s Bullshit Asymmetry Principle

    Help us fund Data Stories by donating on Patreon! We’re counting on you to switch to a crowdfunding model. Please visit our Patreon page for more details!

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  4. Dara O’Briain - “Live at The Theater Royal” (Dara O’ Briain Live 2006 Stand Up Full)

    Dara O’Briain - "Live At The Theater Royal" (Dara O’ Briain Live 2006 Stand Up Full)

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    Irish comic/presenter captured live at the Theatre Royal in London. Dara O’Briain is the Irish comic seemingly omnipresent on the panel show circuit including ‘Mock The Week’ and the chaotic improv rodeo ‘Whose Line is it Anyway’. The acerbic wit and massive intelligence he’s known for there are on full display in his stand up show.

    Gamertag(s): - Xbox Live: The Draaagon - PSN: The_Draaagon - Steam: The Draaagon

    YouTube Channels: - British Sitcoms: - Green Day HD: - Henryyy:

    Social Media: - Twitter: @TheDraaagon

    Computer Specs: - Intel Core I5 4460 3.2Ghz Quad Core CPU Processor BX80646I54460 - 2TB Hard Drive / 16GB DDR3 RAM / 24 x DVDRW Drive - NVIDIA GTX 970 4GB DDR5 HDMI Graphics Card - Corsair VS450W Power Supply

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    Tagged with comedy

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  5. Polderblick-Podcast #1 mit Alexandra Kleijn von buurtaal - Das deutsch-niederländische Blog

    Die erste Folge des Polderblick-Podcasts, zu Gast Alexandra Kleijn vom Buurtaal-Blog. Wir plaudern über Sprache, Nachbarschaft und Kultur.

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  6. Fake sign language interpreter inspires new theatre production

    Writer Sophie Woolley says the hiring of fake interpreters is an ongoing problem and this play shines a light on the challenges.

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  7. Können Bekleidungsvorschriften neutral sein?

    Arbeitgeber dürfen Musliminnen untersagen, Kopftücher am Arbeitsplatz zu tragen - aus Neutralitätsgründen. Aber wie neutral ist dieses Gebot, wenn es Minderheiten gibt, die um die Anerkennung ihres Lebensstils ständig kämpfen müssen? Der Journalist Fabian Köhler über die Arroganz der Mehrheitsgesellschaft.

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  8. Adam Curry – The PodFather | Podcast Legends

    This guest needs almost no introduction. Without him and Dave Winer, the podcasting space as we know it would not exist. An idea turned into a vision that led to an action that has changed the way millions of people consume media today.

    This is Adam’s story, as no one else can tell it. He is co-host of the Best Podcast in the Universe, No Agenda, and co-founder of the new startup, Small Batch Audio, with an upcoming Kickstarter that I am hopeful the podcasting community will get behind.

    As a heads up – there will be some terms used on in the show today that may seem out of context or confusing if you’ve never listened to No Agenda. Enjoy the podcast!

    Show Links:Curry.comNo Agenda – The Best Podcast in the UniverseSmallBatch Audio

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More

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  9. David Foster Wallace interview (03/1997)

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    Q. "I’m trying to think of a way so that this will have anything to do with what we’ve talked about before. Imagine you’re a hyper-educated avant-gardist in grad school learning to write. Okay. The screen gets all fuzzy now as the viewer is invited to imagine this. Uhm. Coming out of an avant-garde tradition, I get to this grad school and the grad school, turns out all the teachers are realists. They’re not at all interested in post-, post-modern avant-garde stuff. Now there’s an interesting delusion going on here. They, so they don’t like my stuff. I believe that it’s not because my stuff isn’t good, but because they just don’t happen to like this kind of aesthetic. In fact, known to them but unknown to me, the stuff was bad. It was indeed bad. So in the middle of all this, hating the teachers but hating them for exactly the wrong reason, uh — this was spring of 1986, I remember, I remember who I went to see the movie with — "Blue Velvet" comes out. Uhm. "Blue Velvet" comes out. "Blue Velvet" is, uhm a type of surrealism. It may have some it may have debts: there’s a deb…

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  10. Interpreters and competition law

    FTC vs AIIC is now part of our history. Here’s how AIIC made a case for a professional body’s right to set reasonable working conditions to assure quality for clients and safeguard interpreters’ long-term health.

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    Tagged with education

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