In an episode that could not be put off any longer, Merlin Mann joins John to unpick the habit of procrastination, how to identify when you’re doing it, why you’re doing it and how to stop yourself from doing it and get yourself back on track.
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Final Fantasy XII - Part 1 The gang gets exposition overload as Final Fantasy XII opens the firehouse of names and places of importance in the world of Ivalice. But that’s not all! Jim got incepted and doesn’t remember a thing from his last playthrough. What are they trying to hide? Other topics discussed include: Kevin Spacey’s punchability, Cardassian shoe lines, levelling down, Vanessa’s theory of ranking and clothes-wearning, The Suite Life of Vaan and Panelo, a varient of the classic raft math problem, John keeps saying Depeche Mode weird, alligator jaw formation, the job system induced anxiety, the glamorous return of the Bullshit Minigame corner, shipping Balthier and Vaan, and so much more! This week: We escape Rabanastre Castle and fight Firemane! Next week: We finish the Lhusu mines. Twitter: @squarerootspod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/486022898258197/ Email: squarerootspodcast (at) gmail (dort) com Our theme song is courtesy of Knight of the Round. Hit up their homepage at: http://knightoftheround.com/ Check them out on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/KOTRmetal/ Check them out on twitter at @KOTRMetal Amazing Rogue Tomato cover art from: http://ultimatemaverickx.newgrounds.com/
Existential Risks, Ecological Economics, and How The Blockchain Will Transform Capitalism with Vinay Gupta - Venture Stories
Erik is joined by Vinay Gupta, CEO of Mattereum, for a wide ranging discussion about crypto, world government, existential risks, science fiction, energy, and much more.
Vinay says that venture capital is a 40-year-old model and that the ICO boom —…
Darren J. Doherty on master plans, Keyline design, carbon farming, dung beetles, and much else (e17) - Making Permaculture Stronger
In this episode you get to be a fly on the wall during a farm consultancy conducted by renowned farm planner and Regrarian Darren J. Doherty. I’m sure I don’t need to spell out the resonance between Darren’s comments about why he no longer does master plans and the current Making Permaculture Stronger inquiry (where…
Vinay Gupta - Waking Up in the Monster Factory (pt. 1) by Emerge: Making Sense of What’s Next • A podcast on Anchor
This episode’s guest is Vinay Gupta (@leashless). Vinay is the founder of Mattereum, the creator of the hexayurt, and part of the team that launched the Ethereum project. Vinay is also a deep spiritual practitioner, and in this two part episode we explore the intersection of awakening, social collapse, and the possibility of human extinction. We talk about Vinay’s esoteric spiritual path and subsequent awakening to the planetary crisis, why we ought to abandon all causes except the avoidance of total human extinction, why our situation is not just a repackaged mythical eschatology, why the victors of global capitalism are becoming the new losers, why we live in a ‘monster factory’, the reality that poverty IS collapse, why love is not enough, why a UBI might be the best thing we can do to escape the worst impacts of collapse, Vinay’s critique of the idea of ‘consciousness revolution’ as a real solution to the problems of a world, the problem with the mindfulness and yoga movements in the West, why anything that’s not leading towards enlightenment is not spiritual practice, why Salvador Dali is a Buddha, what expression of awakening can serve in a planetary crisis, why grace is a form of ‘not giving a fuck’, how to get in touch with the hellish aspect of the world, and why we need to ‘saw off’ the 60s. This is part one of a two part conversation. Outro music by Danny J.
You’re going to love this week’s phenomenal conversation about Starship Troopers (1997) with special guests Mary Robinette Kowal and Max Temkin!
Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion (and very amicable disagreement) about how successfully the film executes its satire of fascist military fantasies. Just what are the possibilities and limits of satire? What can director Paul Verhoeven’s career tell us about this "pointed critique of American imperialism"? And exactly how long will it take Anita to remember the name of the game Spec Ops without Carolyn to help? Timestamps: 0:00 - Introductions (special guests Mary Robinette Kowal and Max Temkin) 1:47 - Pop Culture News Terry Crews is amazing and does not deserve or need any commentary from comedian D.L. Hughley Shout out to the SAG Awards winners we like; no mention of those winners we don’t like 5:39 - Starship Troopers 41:20 What’s Your FREQ Out You Owe Me a Murder Martha Ann Maxwell
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Operation pest patrol, Part III: When the country was figuring out its pest policies, it was also figuring out its immigration policies. And those two
Operation pest patrol, Part II: An insect spreading a deadly citrus disease threatens to wipe out California’s commercial citrus industry. But
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