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  1. Podcast #482: The Power of Penmanship | The Art of Manliness

    In the 21st century, most of our written communication is done through typing on a computer or tapping digital buttons on a smartphone screen. But my guest today argues that we can increase our sense of humanity and our connection to the physical world and to other people by rediscovering the lost art of putting a real …

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  2. Podcast #481: Building Financial Independence Beyond the Stock Market | The Art of Manliness

    Financial independence is a goal for a lot of folks. But what does it take to get there? My guest today explores that question on his website, Financial Samurai. His name is Sam Dogen, and before writing about money online, he worked in finance. We begin our conversation discussing how his career in equities shaped his personal …

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  3. Podcast #467: 3 Big Questions to Help Frantic Families Get on Track | The Art of Manliness

    Does your family life feel frantic? Does it seem like every week you and your wife are scrambling to manage all the stuff that’s going on like school and community activities, extracurriculars, social engagements, and home maintenance? Perhaps what you need to do is apply some of the strategies that help businesses get organized to …

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  4. Podcast #464: What’s Causing the Sex Recession? | The Art of Manliness

    Studies show that people, especially young people, are having less sex than past generations did. While many may celebrate this decline as a good thing, the reasons behind the drop in sex may not all be so positive. A decline in physical intimacy may potentially speak to a decline in emotional intimacy, and a struggle modern …

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  5. Podcast #455: How to Create the Perfect Morning Routine | The Art of Manliness

    How you start something is often how you finish it, and that couldn’t be truer than for the trajectory of each of your days. When your mornings feel chaotic, rushed, and fragmented, the rest of your day often does too. But when you start off with a centering, invigorating morning routine, that feeling follows you …


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  6. Eyes In The Skies | Flash Forward

    Computers are getting smaller and smaller. But what if we had sensors the size of dust, that could float through the air undetected, talk to one another, gather information, and transmit that information back down to a central place? This is the concept behind smart dust, and it’s more plausible than you might think.


    Amy Webb, quantitative futurist and founder of the Future Today Institute

    Faine Greenwood, journalist and drone expert

    Stacey Higginbotham, journalist, co-host of the Internet of Things podcast

    Further Reading:

    Future Today Institute Tech Trends Report 2018

    Smart Dust Is Coming, Are You Ready?

    Two-photon direct laser writing of ultracompact multi-lens objectives

    3D printing enables the smalles complex micro-objectives

    Smart Dust Is Coming: New Camera Is the Size of a Grain of Salt

    Smart Dust and Sensory Swarms and OpenWSN (Kris Pister talk at UC Berkeley)

    DTIC ADA464105: Dynamic Resource Allocation for a Sensor Network

    Paper from Bombas advertisement: Spray-On Socks: Ethics, Agency, and the Design of Product-Service Systems by Damon Taylor

    Flash Forward is produced by me, Rose Eveleth. The intro music is by Asura and the outtro music is by Hussalonia. The episode art is by Matt Lubchansky.

    If you want to suggest a future we should take on, send us a note on Twitter, Facebook or by email at We love hearing your ideas! And if you think you’ve spotted one of the little references I’ve hidden in the episode, email us there too. If you’re right, I’ll send you something cool.

    And if you want to support the show, there are a few ways you can do that too! Head to for more about how to give. But if that’s not in the cards for you, you can head to iTunes and leave us a nice review or just tell your friends about us. Those things really do help.

    That’s all for this future, come back next time and we’ll travel to a new one.



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    October 8th, 2018 by Rose

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  7. Shardcast: Unity - Shardcast - 17th Shard, the Official Brandon Sanderson Fansite

    Ladies and gentlemen my name is Eric and we’re here to ask and answer one simple question: WTF is Unity?  What is Dalinar? Honor’s Perpendicularity and why it has to move, and also, for good measure, Odium’s Perpendicularity. Spren genocide, strange warmths, all manner of weirdness is discussed here. Obviously, Oathbringer spoilers, and some Mistborn Era 1 spoilers too.

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  8. Erotic Awakening Podcast : EA364 - Polyamory with Multiamory

    This week on the Erotic Awakening Podcast, Dan & dawn talk with the crew from the Multiamory on Polyamory; they talk about rules, race, and more!

    Plus, post PXS coma, tentacle backpacks, and more! Tags? Oh yea we got tags. #pxs2015 #polyamory #droolingcats

    Don’t miss an episode! Click here to subscribe via iTunes or here for any other method

    Part of the Erotic Awakening Podcast Network

    Click the banner above for other great shows spanning the realm of BDSM, Sacred Sexuality, Tantra, and simply fun kink!

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  9. Dropcam was only the beginning

    In the wake of Quirky spinning off Wink and Nest announcing its developer program, we talk to a 60-year-old company that’s working with both Nest and Apple’s HomeKit about how it chooses its partners.

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  10. Creating the Plex Software Ecosystem with Elan Feingold on the Hanselminutes Technology Podcast: Fresh Air for Developers

    The Hanselminutes Podcast by Scott Hanselman

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