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    Vegan ultra-athlete & bestselling author Rich Roll talks with professional triathlete Terenzo Bozzone about as he preps for the Ironman 70.3 World

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  2. Travis Macy & The Ultra Mindset - Ultra Runner Podcast

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  3. Head over heels - Radiolab

    Diane Van Deren is one of the best ultra-runners in the world, and it all started with a seizure.

    For Diane, a charming mother of three, daily life is a struggle. But as soon as she steps outdoors, she’s capable of amazing feats. She can run for days on end with no sleep, covering hundreds of miles in extreme conditions. Diane explains how her disability gave rise to such an extraordinary ability, and reporter Mark Phillips heads to Colorado to get to know Diane, and try to figure out what makes her so unstoppable.

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  4. Andrea Fella: Anxiety Worry and Fear

    Dharma talk given by Andrea Fella at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. Recorded on 2011-08-18

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  5. Charlie Knoles

    Best-selling author/athlete Rich Roll talks with Vedic Meditation master Charlie Knoles about the transformative power of meditation

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  6. With Maggie Delano | Just Talking Podcast

    Featuring Maggie Delano and a conversation about Quantified Self, tracking concussion symptoms, and more. Listen Now.

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  7. Neil Gaiman - How Stories Last by Long Now | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Stream Neil Gaiman - How Stories Last by Long Now from desktop or your mobile device

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  8. ES - Interview with Nick Zadrozny of - Elasticsearch at Scale: Interviews - Exploring Elasticsearch

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  9. Interview with the Github Elasticsearch Team

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  10. It’s Been 25 Years Since World Wide Web Debuted : NPR

    Since then it’s transformed daily life. To look back at how far the web has evolved and where it may be headed in the next 25 years, Renee Montagne talks to Kevin Kelly, a founder of Wired magazine.

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