chrisaldrich / collective

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  1. The Blarney Pilgrims Podcast Episode 58: Kevin Crawford Interview (Flute, whistle)

    Playing old tunes. Records on the wall. The art and laughter of Michael Grinter. The Teetotalers. That Gort Tape. Birmingham Irish music in the 80s. Living in America. The birth of Lúnasa. And the Crucible Snooker as an analogy for Irish music. Gold.

    https://blarneypilgrims.fireside.fm/58

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  2. Facebook Password Hashing & Authentication

    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

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    —Huffduffed by snarfed

  3. Big Changes

    An update about my gaming adventures and some life changing news.

    https://blog.hollyhoneychurch.com/2020/07/13/big-changes.html

    —Huffduffed by mrhenko

  4. The Latest in Cyber Attacks

    From business email compromise to SIM ports, cyberattacks have shifted from networks to you. And it’s been an incredibly profitable pivot. How can you protec…

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    —Huffduffed by snarfed

  5. David Kaiser - The Shifting Terrain of Scientific Inquiry

    Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/edgefoundationinc/david-kaiser-the-shifting-terrain-of-legitimate-inquiry
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  6. Thomas Chatterton Williams On Debate, Criticism And The Letter In ‘Harper’s Magazine’

    —Huffduffed by smokler

  7. After 20 Years, Basement Bhangra Says Bye to New York | WNYC | New York Public Radio, Podcasts, Live Streaming Radio, News

    What started as a monthly party in 1997 became an institution, providing the city’s emerging South Asian creative class with a …

    https://www.wnyc.org/story/after-20-years-new-york-says-bye-basement-bhangra/

    —Huffduffed by AndrewHazlett

  8. 100 Years of Radio: Part 2 - Ongoing History of New Music - Omny.fm

    One of the most robust creatures on the planet is the cockroach…gross things, but you have to admire ability to survive…I mean, they’ve been around for 280 million years…

    Not only can a cockroach hold its breath for 40 minutes, live for a month without food and run up to three miles per hour, but one can live for up to a week without its head…I repeat: without its head!

    Impressive, but there’s a tiny creature known as a tartigrade that’s even toucher…one of these things are about half millimeter long, but they’re almost impossible to kill…

    They can survive temperatures of -273.15 Celsius, which is absolute zero…you physically can’t get colder than this…that means a tartidgrade can survive in the vacuum of space and will get back to business if you warm them up…

    At the under end of the spectrum, a tardigrade can handle pressures six times greater than what you find at the bottom of the ocean…that’s about 30,000 time more than the atmosphere around us…

    You can even boil one of these little buggers in alcohol and it’ll be fine…and if things dry up, a tardigrade will shrivel into a little ball and can stay that way without water for years…

    This is the only creature to survive all five of earth’s great extinctions…

    So why am I going on about tardigrades and cockroaches?…because we’re about to get into more of the history of the longest-living electronic media we’ve ever known…many attempts have been made it kill it, but yet it’s still here…this is 100 years of radio, part two…

    https://omny.fm/shows/ongoing-history-of-new-music/100-years-of-radio-part-2?in_playlist=ongoing-history-of-new-music!podcast-1

    —Huffduffed by mrkrndvs

  9. 100 Years of Radio: Part 1 - Ongoing History of New Music - Omny.fm

    This episode begins shortly after 9 am on the Saturday I turned 6…for reasons that will forever remain mysterious, the present from my grandmother was a Lloyds portable transistor radio…model tr-62…made in Taiwan…built with 6 transistors…

    This thing revealed a wider world to me…I grew up in a small town with three tv stations (one of which was in French) and the only radio I heard was what mom and dad listened in the kitchen or in the car…

    But now that I had my own radio, I discovered that there were many, many, many other stations out there…and in the wintertime, when the atmosphere turned into a giant reflector for distant am signals, I started to listen to stations from Minneapolis, Denver, Chicago, Louisville, and many others…

    At some point, I decided that I wanted to be part of this world of news and information and entertainment and music…and to make a long story short, here I am….

    ‘course, you may be listening to this as an internet stream or a podcast…but the original construction of the program was for traditional, terrestrial over-the-air FM radio…

    Radio is everywhere:  the clock radio, the kitchen, the stereo in the living room, the car, the office, the gym, the store…in fact, there are so many radios that they outnumber people in North America…there are thousands of FM stations and thousands of am stations….

    But because radio is so ubiquitous, most people don’t give it much thought…it’s always been there, and it’s always been free and it’s so easy to use…radio has become so tightly integrated in our lives that we don’t notice it perhaps as much as we should…

    And then there are those who maintain that radio is dead and that no one listens anymore…that’s rubbish, of course…I could cite you all kinds of all kinds of statistics to prove that radio is still very popular, powerful, and profitable—like almost 90% of the population listens to radio over the course of a week—but just take my word for it…

    But radio is in a period of transition as new technologies come into play…however, the radio industry is very aware of what’s going on…

    These are all reasons why I want to talk about radio….plus this will give me an excuse to play some great songs about the medium…

    Oh—did I mention that radio has now officially been around for 100 years?….yes…yes, it has—and here’s its story…

    https://omny.fm/shows/ongoing-history-of-new-music/100-years-of-radio-part-1

    —Huffduffed by mrkrndvs

  10. The urgency of intersectionality | Kimberlé Crenshaw

    Now more than ever, it’s important to look boldly at the reality of race and gender bias — and understand how the two can combine to create even more harm. …

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    Original video: https://www.ted.com/talks/kimberle_crenshaw_the_urgency_of_intersectionality#t-173089
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    —Huffduffed by mrkrndvs

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