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  1. HeadGum // Punch Up The Jam: “The Call” by Backstreet Boys (w/ Brian David Gilbert)

    Hello? It’s Brian David Gilbert (@briamgilbert - Polygon Producer) it’s the BACKSTREET BOYS and our batteries are anything but LOW BABY!!!! If you don’t know the song, you’re going to want to. And don’t forget these lips are for god and my sandwiches (this might make sense once you listen, or it won’t and I’m just very very sick). UNPUNCHABLE JAMS: "Liquid Dreams" by Manganas Garden and "Jealous Guy" (John Lennon Cover) by Donny Hathaway. Want more Punch Up The Jam? Become a Patron today! You’ll support the show plus perks like:DOWNLOAD the punch-upsEARLY ACCESS to upcoming songsLIVESTREAMS twice a monthSECRET SPOTIFY MIXTAPES curated by Miel every monthMORE BABY!!!!!!!!!!Check it all out at www.patreon.com/punchupthejam.


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  2. Originality #30: The XOXO Episode - Relay FM

    Conferences are essential places to meet new people and expand your creative community, so in this episode Tempest and Aleen talk about their recent experiences at XOXO and why creating intentional community spaces at conferences like it matters.


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  3. For The Record: Lizzo album


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  4. 5by5 | After Dark #530: After Back to Work 424

    Merlin and Dan talk about Game of Thrones S08E03. Spoilers abound.


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  5. Indigo (Entry 634.GE0913) | Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

    In which Sir Isaac Newton adds an extra color to the rainbow to make his mystical, musical math come out right, and John has strong feelings about Satan’s marital status. Certificate #26015.


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  6. Lawrence Levy: Beating Burnout by Just Being

    Feeling burnt out does not make you a failure. That’s the first thing Buddhist teacher and former tech executive Lawrence Levy would want you to know. Burnout, Levy says, is a healthy response when our human needs aren’t being met. As the former Chief Financial Officer of Pixar, Levy knows what it means to have a demanding job. But it was during his many years practicing in the Gelug lineage of Tibetan Buddhism that Levy began to find a way to apply Buddhist principles to the difficulties that we face in our everyday lives, leading him to co-found Juniper, an organization devoted to making meditation and the dharma accessible in a modern context.

    Here, Tricycle Editor and Publisher James Shaheen talks to Levy about the importance of continuous self-care in a mutually supportive environment and how meditation, learning, and connection can help us tend to the conditions that lead to burnout.

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/tricyclemag/lawrence-levy-beating-burnout-by-just-being
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 06:34:04 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  7. Waypoint: Into The Breach

    Subset Games tactical mech title entranced a number of Waypoint staffers this year, and we can’t really stop.


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  8. How to Rise Above Social Anxiety: Ellen Hendriksen - Good Life Project

    Social anxiety. #ugh! It’s that constant voice of judgment and inadequacy that leaves you terrified of being "found out," and stops you from sharing the real you. Guess what? You’re not alone.

    DR. ELLEN HENDRIKSEN (http://ellenhendriksen.com/)is a clinical psychologist who helps millions calm their social anxiety and be their authentic selves. How? Through her award-winning podcast, Savvy Psychologist (https://goo.gl/uKh7U7), in the clinic at Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CARD). And, now through her groundbreaking book, HOW TO BE YOURSELF (https://amzn.to/2OqLUJ7).

    Hendriksen earned her Ph.D. at UCLA and completed her training at Harvard Medical School. Her scientifically-based, zero-judgment approach has been featured in New York Magazine, The Observer, The Verge, Vice, Vox, Psychology Today, Scientific American, Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution, and many other media outlets. Savvy

    Today, we dive into her personal journey with social anxiety, how an aspiring architect foun


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  9. Understanding the state of American democracy with Ta-Nehisi Coates: podcast & transcript

    Understanding the state of American democracy with Ta-Nehisi Coates: podcast & transcript


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  10. Slack chief product officer April Underwood

    April Underwood, the chief product officer at workplace collaboration platform Slack, talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher about her career, diversity in Silicon Valley and the future of work.

    In this episode:02:06 - How Underwood got from Texas to tech05:36 - Moving to Oregon to work for Intel, and back to Texas07:09 - What does a product manager actually do?09:32 - Organizing content at Google11:01 - Why she left Google for Twitter15:50 - Why Slack is better than email20:02 - AOL at Work and the danger of outages24:15 - Slack’s growing valuation and staying independent27:55 - How Slack works and how it integrates with other services32:34 - Security and innovation35:43 - The biggest obstacles Slack faces40:45 - The features users are asking for the most45:45 - #Angels and “the gap table"49:55 - How does Slack fare on diversity?51:22 - Is Silicon Valley getting better at diversity and inclusion?53:13 - “Where we are now is the dark timeline"56:52 - What would Underwood do if she were running Twitter?58:43 - The future of work


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