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  1. Presentable #6: It Takes a Village to Build a Website - Relay FM

    Special guest Deepa Subramaniam, Director of Product for the Hillary Clinton campaign, joins the show.

    https://www.relay.fm/presentable/6

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  2. re:publica 2014 - Tim Pritlove: The Podlove Matrix

    Find out more at: http://14.re-publica.de/session/podlove-matrix

    The Podlove Matrix is an open semantic metadata database for audiovisual recordings on the web. It is intended to cover both conferences and university lectures as well as the open podcast landscape, acting as a user-editable global directory of episodal content. Based on Wikibase, the technical foundation of Wikidata, it is both readable and writeable by machines and humans alike. Part of the Podlove project, the Matrix aims to be a viable alternative to current podcast directories.

    Tim Pritlove http://metaebene.me/

    Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Germany (CC BY-SA 3.0 DE)

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  3. Why We Hate Office Jargon So Much

    In this inaugural episode, Rebecca and Francesca talk office jargon—meaningless terms and phrases like synergy, circle back, and touch base that we’re all guilty of using. Where do these words come from? How do they spread? And why do we hate them so much?

    To talk about this workplace pox, Rebecca and Francesca talk to comedian Sara Schaefer. Schaefer spent five years working in a law firm, which inspired her to write the web series Day Job. They discuss lawyer jargon, journalism jargon, comedian jargon, and even Schaefer family jargon. In the end, they learn to accept jargon’s place in their lives.

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    Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/bloomberg-business/why-we-hate-office-jargon-so-much
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  4. 48: Why Do Sports Make Sane People Lose Their (Economic) Minds?

    Police strikes, threats of Zika and a $20 billion tab: Welcome to the 2016 Summer Olympics games in Brazil. But Rio’s position isn’t just matter of bad luck. It was actually self-imposed. Every four years countries vie to be the next host of the summer Olympics, despite cautionary tales of unnecessary stadium spending from places like Montreal and Athens. What is it about sports that make otherwise rational politicians make irrational decisions? To help answer that question, Dan and Kate are joi

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/audio/2016-07-27/48-why-do-sports-make-sane-people-lose-their-economic-minds

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  5. Kommunikation in der Krise

    Transparenz ist die Basis für Demokratie

    http://www.wwwagner.tv/?p=31188

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  6. Roman Mars, Host of the 99% Invisible Podcast | Talks at Google

    Roman Mars is the host and creator of 99% Invisible, a short radio show about design and architecture. With over 40 million downloads, the 99% Invisible podcast is one of the most popular podcasts in the world. Fast Company named him one of 100 Most Creative People in 2013. He was a TED main stage speaker in 2015. His crowd funding campaigns have raised over $1.16 million, making him the highest-funded journalist in Kickstarter history. He is also a co-founder of Radiotopia, a collective of ground-breaking story-driven podcasts.

    Googler Logan Ury conducted this interview.

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  7. AIIC 60th Anniversary Paris 2013: (3) Sign Language

    Cécile Juillet, Vice-présidente de l’AFILS, retrace l’historique de l’Association Française des Interprètes et Traducteurs en Langue des Signes.

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  8. A podcast explains the power of podcasts

    For 72 episodes, What’s Tech has invited guests to explain technology and its cultural periphery — from drones and fan fiction to ASMR and biohacking. We were bound to make a podcast about podcasts eventually. This was inevitable.

    For this momentous occasion, our guest is Alex Goldman, co-host of one of my favorite podcasts, Reply All. After you listen, visit Reply All’s publisher Gimlet Media, which is responsible for a number of the best examples of the podcasting form.

    Subscribe to What’s Tech on iTunes, listen on SoundCloud or Spotify, or subscribe via RSS. And be sure to follow us on Twitter. You can also find the entire collection of What’s Tech stories right here on the The Verge Dot Com.

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    Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/whatstech/a-podcast-explains-the-power-of-podcasts
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  9. Working: How does Cody Keenan, the president’s director of speechwriting, work?

    Listen to this episode of Working with guest Cody Keenan: Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab Slate Plus members: Get your

    http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/working/2016/07/working_how_does_cody_keenan_the_president_s_director_of_speechwriting_work.html

    download

    Tagged with slate

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  10. Ep. 20 - A Luminous Bubble - Nocturne

    The night bus rolls through the city like a small enclosed world. You never know who you’ll meet or what you’ll see. One night, Helen Zaltzman’s bus ride home from the movies took a dark turn.

    http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/nocturne/NOCT_ALuminousBubble.mp3Podcast: Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

    A Luminous Bubble Credits

    Produced, edited and mixed by Vanessa Lowe.

    Thanks to Helen Zaltzman. Check out her highly entertaining podcasts, The Allusionist and Answer Me This.

    Special thanks to Katie Burkart, Herrin Hopper,Heidi Anderson, Neva Moore, Jemma, Artorias Stark, David Green, Rexter Chambers, David Fisher, Hugo Arenivas, Joseph Potter, Robert Shaw, Mary Jo Eyler, Leslie-Ann Case, Camilla Meshiea, Marta Pelrine-Bacon, Kay Challis, Tara, Doug Salamon, Edward Champion.

    Music

    Nocturne theme music by Kent Sparling

    Also by Kent Sparling:

    Air Stars, Leaf Spring

    Myles Boisen:

    Noh Blues; Come Out; Mississippi Fred, Past Present Future

    A Schott in the Dark; Goodbye Day; Graveyard Moan; Blood Red Blues; See That My Grave is Kept Clean, Past Present Future 2

    Jeffrey Foster:

    Quiet Horizon; Lift,  Our Lady of Situations

    Sample and Hold; Stepping By Rock, Unreleased

    Kyron (aka JC Mendizabal) :

    Dance

    Janet Feder and Paul Fowler:

    Picturne; Mine; In the Forest, Leavings

     

    Episode Artwork: Robin Galante

    http://www.nocturnepodcast.org/ep-20-luminous-bubble/

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