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  1. Plagues, Pathogens, and Panic - Open Source with Christopher Lydon

    Stuff we’re all learning in coronavirus time: the word miasma, for example, meaning noxious bad air; that we touch our faces 23 times an hour; that sanitizers like Purell were made to kill bacteria, not …


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  2. Bibi limps to election ‘victory.’ But he didn’t win - Haaretz - Omny.fm

    Two days after Israel’s three-peat election, and with 99.8 percent of the votes counted, Israel appears no closer to a functioning government than it was when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dissolved the Knesset in December 2018.

    Joining host Simon Spungin for a confusion-busting episode of Haaretz Weekly are Noa Landau, Anshel Pfeffer, Judy Maltz and Allison Kaplan Sommer.


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  3. Why Going In-house Is Often the Worst Decision a Good Attorney Can Ever Make | BCGSearch.com

    Learn why the belief that going in-house is a good career move is completely wrong and what going in-house actually does to your legal career.


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  4. People of the Pod: Peace Plan, Historic Auschwitz Visit, Last Stop: Auschwitz | AJC

    On this week’s episode of People of the Pod, we talk to Dr. Einat Wilf, a member of Israel’s Knesset until 2013, about the Israeli-Palestinian peace plan proposed by President Trump and what it means for the future of Israel. Then, Rabbi David Rosen, AJC Director of International Interreligious Affairs, joins us to discuss the historic visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau by Muslim World League Secretary General Dr. Mohammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa and a group of Islamic religious leaders, organized by AJC and accompanied by the organization’s leadership. Finally, we hear from Melcher de Wind, the son of author Eddy de Wind, about his father’s book, “Last Stop: Auschwitz,” the only novel written inside the death camp in the days following its liberation, 75 years ago this week.


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  5. Panic Pantscast

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  6. Most memorable anthem rendition in Hawks history


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  7. rian johnson


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  8. 149  |  xkcd or the art of data storytelling with web cartoons – Data Stories

    Randall Munroe is the mastermind behind the xkcd webcomics which have zillions of fans around the globe. In his stick figure cartoons and hilarious mini-stories, he comments on complicated scientific issues. Over the years, Randall has also created a number of data-heavy visualizations. Some of them tackle pressing issues such as climate change, while others mock conventions of visualization such as map projections or chart types.


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  9. Special Edition Un-making A Murderer, Exclusive interview with Brendan Dassey and Laura Nirider


    Steven Drizin is a Clinical Professor of Law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law where he has been on the faculty since 1991. He served as the Legal Director of the Clinic’s renowned Center on Wrongful Convictions from March 2005 to September 2013. At the Center, Professor Drizin’s research interests involve the study of false confessions and his policy work focuses on supporting efforts around the country to require law enforcement agencies to electronically record custodial interrogations.

    Laura Nirider is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Law and Project Director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth (CWCY) at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Nirider represents individuals who were wrongfully convicted of crimes when they were children or teenagers. Her clients have included Brendan Dassey, whose case was profiled in the Netflix Global series Making a Murderer, and Damien Echols of the West Memphis Three, whose case was profiled in the documentary West of Memphis.


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  10. recycle


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