nsmsn / Nick Simson

Communication/web/graphic designer. Caretaker of a mutt named Zelda. Alive and at work in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA.

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  1. Populism in the Time of Trump: A Debate

    With editors of Dissent magazine and American Affairs. At Verso Books in Brooklyn, May 26, 2017.

    After a year of global populist upheaval, the elite consensus that has guided policymaking around the world since the collapse of the Soviet Union is splintering apart. What comes next? Are new political categories required to make sense of politics today, or are the divisions between left and right starker than ever? And what role do intellectuals have in a time of surging populism?

    Dissent editors Sarah Leonard (also of The Nation) and Timothy Shenk will debate these questions with Julius Krein and Gladden Pappin, editors of American Affairs, a new journal the New York Times says “seeks to fill the void left by a conservative intellectual establishment more focused on opposing Mr. Trump than on grappling with the rejection of globalism and free-market dogma that propelled his victory.”

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  2. MAGAnomics And The Quest For Three Percent - 1A

    Speak Freely

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  3. Homemade Sound | WUOT

    On the latest Flipside, George Middlebrooks shares some of his favorite songs recorded in various homes.

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  4. Kevin Abernathy Rocks The Home Front | WUOT

    Kevin Abernathy shares his new record and explores the beauty of Skynyrd.

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  5. Dialogue: The Myths of Modern Appalachia | WUOT

    Appalachia is the place to be these days, at least for reporters and columnists searching for…well, what exactly? The roots of Donald Trump’s appeal? The plight of former coal towns? Explanations for the rise of the alt-right?

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  6. ‘I Was Full Of Rage’: Author Rebecca Stott On Growing Up In A Christian Cult : NPR

    Stott’s memoir, In the Days of Rain, is about her childhood in and out of the Exclusive Brethren, a conservative, separatist cult.

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  7. Episode 12 with Marcy Sutton

    On today’s episode we sit down with Marcy Sutton—a senior front end engineer at Deque Systems, where she works on accessibility.

    We talk about the intersect…

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  8. Episode 8 with Sophie Sheperd of Ushahidi

    This week, we have a brief discussion about how third party ad networks affect performance on news sites before talking with Sophie Shepherd. Sophie is a Sen…

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  9. Fighting Post Truth - Skepticality episode 286

    Fighting post-truth politics, promoting rational thinking and wise decision-making in the political sphere seems like it has become harder in the past couple years or so. Gleb Tsipursky is the founder of Intentional Insights, which unites reason-oriented people to popularize science-based strategies for wise decision-making and rational thinking in politics and other areas. Gleb is a tenure-track professor at Ohio State in the Decision Sciences Collaborative and History Department. In this episode of Skepticality, Derek got to steal some of Gleb’s time to chat more about his work and his “Pro-Truth Pledge,” whose purpose is to change the incentive structure for public figures.

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  10. Spotlight: Robyn Kanner — Responsive Web Design

    Designer and art director Robyn Kanner tells us about developing a resource to help trans people get access to healthcare called MyTransHealth.

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