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  1. Identifying the Wedge and Wim Hof Method at Aspen Brain Lab

    In 2011 I had no idea that my meeting with Wim Hof was going to transform my life. I figured he would just be another charlatan guru on the make for his millions. Now, 7 years into my journey with the Wim Hof method I’ve begun to dissect some of the underlying principles for how our nervous system works. Where the WHM revolves around breathing and cold, you can use The Wedge to gain resilience to any environmental stimulus. By putting our intentions in between an environmental condition and a pre-programmed response you can flip your neurological script and do some pretty amazing things.

    In this video I talk about the underlying processes, but you’ll learn a lot more about it when my book "The Wedge" comes out in 2019.

    In the meanwhile, check out What Doesn’t Kill Us if you haven’t read it already. I read the audiobook myself: http://scottcarney.com/audible

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  2. Malice—Moldbug

    MENCIUS MOLDBUG http://graymirror.substack.com

    http://malice.locals.com/

    Order THE NEW RIGHT here: https://amzn.to/2IFFCCu Order "Dear Reader: the Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il" here: https://amzn.to/2KFYHDy

    http://twitter.com/MichaelMalice http://instagram.com/MichaelMalice

    TIP JAR http://michaelmalice.com/contribute

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  3. /128/ BACKLASCH! ft. Anna Khachiyan

    On culturally conservative critics of capitalism. 

    Neoliberalism’s fragmentary and atomising tendencies have gone too far. In response, some right-wingers have turned against the market. At the same time, there’s a (marginal) tendency on the left turni

    https://aufhebungabunga.podbean.com/e/128-backlasch-ft-anna-khachiyan/

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  4. David Travis - The 7 deadly sins of user research - #NUX3 - @userfocus

    NUX3 - UX & Design Conference

    Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester ~ 10th Nov 2014 ~ 9.00am-5.30pm ~ http://nux3.co.uk/

    David Travis - The 7 deadly sins of user research

    Synopsis The job of the user researcher bears more than a passing resemblance to the job of an investigative journalist. Both are looking for buried treasure — stories that capture a particular individual’s goals, motivations and struggles while simultaneously resonating with a much larger audience. Both are trying to find the truth behind what people say when the truth is hidden in a Rashomon-like web of contradictory narratives from different people. And both are dealing with unreliable witnesses: people who do not understand why they are doing the things they are doing, or don’t want to tell you, or don’t tell you the whole truth.

    But many design teams continue to approach user research naively: for example, they ask people what they want (and believe the answers). Or they approach research projects with a hidden agenda: they cherry pick the findings and tell senior management what they want to hear. Or they allow just one person to become the repository of user research knowledge and fail to build a user-centred culture.

    In this presentation, I’ll talk about these and other common sins of user research. I’ve seen…

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  5. Nick Currie aka Momus interviewed by Lucrecia Dalt

    Lucrecia tracks down the Scottish art-pop sensation, music scribe, and Japan enthusiast to create a map of his life in music.

    Momus is the artist name of Nick Currie, a Scot who lives in Osaka. Since the 1980s he’s released more than 30 LPs on labels like Creation, Cherry Red, and 4AD. In the 21st century he’s diversified into writing speculative fiction and making performance art. The Guardian has called him “the David Bowie of the art-pop underground”. For this month’s edition of Pli Lucrecia sits down with Momus to discuss his wide-ranging influences, from The Man Who Fell to Earth, to the radio plays of Rainer Werner Fassbinder and George Bataille’s cruel visions.

    Curated and engineered by Lucrecia Dalt Interview Lucrecia Dalt Producer Julian Brimmers

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/lucreciadalt/pli_momus?fbclid=IwAR22aCtXV5kQNqRurGKGLZPXJJG2B0eAP5Y8DUbXgIC4-5NYGa5wV0A8aTo
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  6. “Do You Believe Tara Reade?” (w/ Michael Tracey)

    Aimee and Oliver are joined by Michael Tracey to discuss his piece, "Do You Believe Tara Reade?" They talk the allegations made by Tara Reade, #metoo and the discourse of "believing women", and the political contradictions the left loves papering over.

    Read Michael’s article here: https://spectator.us/believe-tara-reade-joe-biden/

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/whatisleftpod/do-you-believe-tara-reade-w-michael-tracey
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  7. #5 After The Storm: Life after lockdown with Rory Sutherland

    Original video: https://behindthespine.podbean.com/e/rory-sutherland
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  8. Episode 109: Self-Help Culture and the Rise of Corporate Happiness Monitoring

    How can one achieve happiness? It’s the eternal question. From Aristotle to Al-Ghazali, Thomas Aquinas to Arthur Schopenhauer. The answer, we’re told, is to look within. These days, we’re told repeatedly by our modern philosophers, Oprah Winfrey, Srikumar Rao, Tony Robbins, Eckhart Tolle and Deepak Chopra and other corporate happiness monitors that prosperity and fulfillment come through deep introspection and mindfulness—just pay for more inspiring books, videos, retreats, seminars, and classes!

    These prescriptions, while ostensibly useful in the short term for answering personal questions or alleviating stress, all fall within the genre of self-help. The trouble is, on the whole, they’re not very helpful at all. The self-help industry is predicated on the ever-American and thoroughly capitalist concepts of rugged individualism and personal responsibility, arguing that if you have a problem, it’s invariably up to you, and only you, to fix it. Meanwhile, it imparts the appearance of virtue and legitimacy with hollow, cherry-picked references to Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, and psychology.

    In recent years, there’s rightfully been a new crop of criticism leveled against the self-help industry, with books offering “anti-self-…

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/citationsneeded/episode-109-self-help-culture-and-the-rise-of-corporate-happiness-monitoring
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  9. Quentin Crisp Collection on Letterman, 1982–83

    By request: All of Quentin Crisp’s appearances on Late Night: 1. March 3, 1982 2. April 5, 1982 3. August 24, 1982 4. July 20, 1983

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  10. What is a resilient website? (with Jeremy Keith) | A Question of Code

    How can we make the web work well for everybody?

    https://aquestionofcode.com/60-what-is-a-resilient-website-jeremy-keith/

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