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  1. BG 128: Peter Fenner: Entering into Natural Meditation

    This week, I speak with non-dual teacher and former Tibetan monk, Peter Fenner. Peter was a monk for nearly a decade before he disrobed, realizing that the Buddhist practices he was engaged in weren’t leading him to what he was looking for. He then looked to Western psychotherapeutic technologies, and in the process developed a non-dual teaching that relates in part to Madhyamika, Advaita Vedanta, and Western psychology. He calls this approach Radiant Mind, and in this episode we speak with him about the various aspects of his teaching, from a type of deconstructive inquiry based on dialoguing with him, to the formless "practice" of natural meditation. Listen in to hear more about this type of "fruition or results" based spiritual path.

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  2. 2009-11-08 Meditation: Falling Awake

    Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn knows that meditation is natural but not easy to master, exotic yet essential to healthful living. He is the founding director of the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, which is celebrating its 30th year. Brother Satyananda came to yoga and meditation to sort himself out and after 35 years as a monk in the Self Realisation Fellowship, he lectures worldwide on the benefits of yoga meditation.

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  3. Stackoverflow #43

    "This is the 43rd episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and Jeff discuss dealing with incompetent programmers, whether salaries should be public, dealing with technical debt, and programming for small businesses." From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/02/podcast-43/

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  4. Evernote Podcast #15

    http://blog.evernote.com/2010/02/22/evernote-podcast-15-partner-month-windows-3-5-walt-mossberg-ipad/

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  5. Philosophers’ Notes: Episode 74 - 99% Is a Bitch; 100% Is a Breeze

    “Successful people adhere to the “no exceptions rule” when it comes to their daily disciplines. Once you make a 100% commitment to something, there are no exceptions. It’s a done deal. Nonnegotiable. Case closed! Over and out.” ~ Jack Canfield from The Success Principles (http://personallifemedia.com/podcasts/503-philosophers-notes)

    Philosophy in bite-sized pieces … surprisingly helpful in daily life.

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  6. TWiT 236: Leave It To Molly

    Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech. Join Leo Laporte, John C. Dvorak, Patrick Norton, and other tech luminaries in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech. Winner of "Best Video Podcast" in the 2009 People’s Choice Podcast Awards. Released every Sunday at midnight Pacific. Bandwidth is provided by AOL Music, Spinner.com, and Cachefly.

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    Tagged with laporte tech

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  7. SitePoint Podcast #23: Web Fonts with Jeff Veen

    Kevin Yank (@sentience) has a one-on-one chat with Jeff Veen (@veen), one of the bright minds behind Typekit.

    Transcript at http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/08/15/podcast-23-web-fonts-with-jeff-veen/

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  8. The Vision Board: The Secret to an Extraordinary Life

    Find out who you are and achieve what you most want in life with The Vision Board. Through the exercises and inspirational success stories included in this book, you can clarify your true vision and create a personal vision board. Learn the five secrets to living the life of your dreams.

    Joyce Schwarz, JCOM

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  9. To Get Press, Teach. Don’t Sell. — Jason Calacanis

    If you show them something and you deny the market, you’re going to get caught. Journalists are smart. So when we launched Mahalo Answers, the first thing I did is say: "Here are the top 5 Answer sites out there. Here’s Yahoo! Answers. Here’s wiki.answers.com. And here’s Naver.com that you might not know about. They’re in Korea. Here’s the competitive landscape. Here’s everything I learned about knowledge exchanges.

    "Here’s what we’re doing that’s different. We realize that knowledge exchanges exist. We realize they’ve been a tremendous success in terms of traffic. We realize that they haven’t been a tremendous success in terms of quality. So we want to make something that’s a lot higher quality.

    "Here’s how we’re doing that. We have a virtual currency. Nobody’s ever done that. We have multi-media-style answers. Where you could put in images and videos and audio files. And we have a curation team that deletes bad answers or obnoxious answers, 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. We pay them $10 per hour. They work from home. And so the best way to make the quality of a site go up is to get rid of the misspellings and the bad stuff."

    And what I just told you in 30 seconds is exactly what I told people over a 20-minute session—with examples. Showing not telling. I don’t have the ability to show you right now. I would if we were sitting in front of a computer. That same process hold true with a journalist.

    And have something of significance. If you don’t have something of significance, you don’t want to waste their time.

    http://mixergy.com/calacanis-press/

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  10. Podcast « Evernote Blogcast

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