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  1. Sindhu Vee - The Mended Heart (Part 1) | The Moon Under Water on Acast

    The humble pub is a place that is celebrated the world over. Whether it be an alehouse in Adelaide or a tavern in Tallinn each country seems to have it’s own publy traditions and styles that date back hundreds of years. Our guest this week is someone that has lived in a whole host of countries around the globe and, as a result, has experienced many different types of drinking establishment. It’s comedian, writer and actor Sindhu Vee. Despite only taking up stand-up 10 years ago Sindhu has become one of the big players in the comedy game. She’s appeared on Mock The Week, Would I Lie To You?, Have I Got News For You, Starstruck and Sex Education - all whilst touring around the world. She’s also a serial pub-goer who has indulged in her fair share of sessions. But what shape will her dream pub take? Join us at The Moon Under Water to find out. Want to hear an extended version of this episode, gain access to our bonus podcast ‘Behind The Cellar Door’ and support the upkeep of the pub? If so, head to moonunderpod.com and sign up to our Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    https://play.acast.com/s/the-moon-under-water/sindhu-vee-the-mended-heart-part-1

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  2. Sindhu Vee - The Mended Heart (Part 2) | The Moon Under Water on Acast

    This is part 2 of Sindhu Vee’s episode. Though you are free to listen in whichever order you so desire we really do recommend listening to part 1 first or things might be slightly confusing The humble pub is a place that is celebrated the world over. Whether it be an alehouse in Adelaide or a tavern in Tallinn each country seems to have it’s own publy traditions and styles that date back hundreds of years. Our guest this week is someone that has lived in a whole host of countries around the globe and, as a result, has experienced many different types of drinking establishment. It’s comedian, writer and actor Sindhu Vee. Despite only taking up stand-up 10 years ago Sindhu has become one of the big players in the comedy game. She’s appeared on Mock The Week, Would I Lie To You?, Have I Got News For You, Starstruck and Sex Education - all whilst touring around the world. She’s also a serial pub-goer who has indulged in her fair share of sessions. But what shape will her dream pub take? Join us at The Moon Under Water to find out. Want to hear an extended version of this episode, gain access to our bonus podcast ‘Behind The Cellar Door’ and support the upkeep of the pub? If so, head to moonunderpod.com and sign up to our Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    https://play.acast.com/s/the-moon-under-water/sindhu-vee-the-mended-heart-part-2

    —Huffduffed by kevinmarks

  3. How We Got Here: On the History of the Web — Postlight — Digital Strategy, Design and Engineering

    What is Web3, and why should we care about it? Will it be the digital revolution that brings the internet back to its decentralized and democratic roots? This week, internet expert (and Postlight CEO) Gina Trapani joins Rich and Paul to chat about their experiences with different iterations of the web and break down how it ended up so siloed, control-driven, and centralized. Will Web3 save us? Stay tuned. …

    https://postlight.com/podcast/how-we-got-here-on-the-history-of-the-web

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  4. Episode Three: Larissa Suzuki

    A fascinating insight into how AI will influence how cities operate in the future and the ethics of collecting big data.Larissa Suzuki is a polymath – she’s a computer scientist, engineer, entrepreneur, writer, inventor, and philanthropist. She was awarded the Engineer of the Year at the Engineering Talent Awards 2021 and the Royal Engineering Society’s Rooke Award and she made The Guardian’s Top 50 Women in Engineering.She has one foot in academia and the other in industry – she’s an Honorary Associate Professor at University College London and she’s a Data Scientist at Google working on Artificial Intelligence for Smart Cities and the Interplanetary Internet – that involves connecting devices and satellites to ensure we have connectivity to provide services to the international space station and remote planets.La…

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  5. The War on Cars - You’re Wrong About Bikes with Michael Hobbes

    What does bikelash have in common with moral panics? Has Paris really descended into anarchy because of all the cyclists? Are e-bikes and scooters the biggest threats to pedestrians on the mean streets — and sidewalks — of New York? What happens when reporters misunderstand statistics and rely on anecdotes to paint a picture of an urban transportation landscape that’s spinning out of control? To answer these questions and more, we’re joined by journalist Michael Hobbes, the co-host of the podcasts Maintenance Phase and You’re Wrong About. Michael explains what a moral panic is and helps us debunk some commonly held misconceptions about what happens when cities make streets for people, not cars.

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  6. Ex Urbe Ad Astra Bonus Ep. 2: Manga for non-manga readers

    This will probably become a series of occasional bonus episodes in which Ada Palmer and Jo Walton discuss manga and anime with an eye to its innovations, cultural norms, and wider implications for the media landscape.

    • Gender and age marketing categories in manga.

    • Translation of Japanese onomatopoeia (sound-effect words).

    • The influence of organized communities of fandom on a medium.

    • A story-formula and set of character archetypes called "moe" (MO-ay).

    • Moe’s reliable merchandising profit, resulting in more moe.

    • Availability of manga on devices both broadening and narrowing market categories.

    And more!

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