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  1. How the Rolling Jubilee Works | Stuff You Should Know

    Everyone thought it was the pits that banks were bailed out by taxpayers in 2008 while those same people weren’t given any relief by the banks. So some Occupy Wall Street members did something about it.


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  2. P&P Santa Barbara

    This is a recording from my Pints and Parables event in Santa Barbara, May 2017

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  3. 139 - Ian Chang: Making Technology Feel Organic, Drumming With Son Lux, Developing Sunhouse Sensory Percussion - Working Drummer Podcast

    Ian Chang was born in Hong Kong and moved to New Jersey as a teenager to attend boarding school. He had studied classical piano and percussion in Hong Kong, but quickly became interested in all the other genres New York had to offer. He had begun a pre-college classical percussion program at Julliard, and was on track to attend there after high school, but decided against it at the last minute to focus on drumset, jazz, hip hop, and beyond. He is the drummer for Son Lux, an acclaimed trio whose compositions, recordings and performances are a mix of acoustic and electronic mediums. He was one of the beta testers for Sunhouse’s Sensory Percussion, a new electronic percussion system that gives the drummer an unprecedented range of sounds, sensitivity, customization, and improvisational possibilities.

    In this podcast, Ian talks about:

    The process of creating his new solo album “Spiritual Leader”

    Making electronic music sound less “gridded.”

    The development of Sunhouse Sensory Percussion, and what sets it apart from other electronic percussion

    Ways to approach electronics that make them seem less daunting and lower the wall between electric and acoustic

    How Sensory Percussion has changed his approach to coordination, speed, orchestration, etc.

    Some musicians’ preoccupation with sound and timbre rather than groove and melody

    His first exposure to music, an extremely regimented classical program in Hong Kong

    Chinese attitudes toward a career in music, and current music trends in China

    His first years in New York – catching the jazz bug and playing tons of hip hop gigs, and how those both contributed to the drummer he’s become

    The origins of his band Son Lux, and their creative process

    How music’s focus has shifted from melody, harmony and groove, to sound and timbre

    Finding ways to use electronics that make the most sense and are the most inspiring to YOU.


    Ian Chang endorses C&C Drums, Vic Firth Sticks, Istanbul Cymbals, Sunhouse Sensory Percussion, and Roots EQ

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  4. danah boyd: The social media effect | The FT podcast

    Microsoft researcher and Data & Society president danah boyd talks to the FT’s Hannah Kuchler about the effect of everyday technology, such as Facebook, on society and culture.




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  5. Ep 49 – ft. Rob Bell “What is the Bible?” – The Deconstructionists Podcast

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    This week we try to redeem ourselves from our infamous Rob Bell “fanboy” episode and are somewhat successful! We had the pleasure of recording live with Rob in Dayton, Ohio on the last top of his bookstore tour. Rob had a lot of great stuff to say about his brand new bestselling boo

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  6. Ep 44 – Jay Bakker “Grace in the Shadows” – The Deconstructionists Podcast

    Guest Info/Bio:

    This week we welcome Jay “Freakin’” Bakker to the show! Jay is a pastor, author, speaker, and theologian who co-founded Revolution Church back in 1994. We talk about our mutual love of Pete Rollins, the Christian rock festivals of the 90s, and other fun topics.

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  7. Ep 38 – Richard Rohr! – The Deconstructionists Podcast

    This week we fulfill a dream…the dream of all dreams. We talk to THE Father Richard Rohr! Our spiritual guide, hero, and one man quote machine took time out of his busy schedule to drop some serious knowledge on us. We discuss the two halves of life, the spiritual journey, and the Cosmic Christ. You

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  8. Ep 55 – Brian McLaren “The Great Spiritual Migration” – The Deconstructionists Podcast

    Guest Bio:

    This week we speak with Brian McLaren! Brian is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. A former college English teacher and pastor, he is a passionate advocate for “a new kind of Christianity” - just, generous, and working with people of all faiths for the common good. H

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  9. #ModernAgileShow 14 | Interview with David J Bland, Founder & CEO, Precoil

    Episode 14 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with David J Bland, CEO & Founder of Precoil. We discuss optimizing for learning, how your customer determines what is viable in an MVP, how David helps companies experiment and learn rapidly and safely and what is assumption mapping.

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  10. Zeynep Tufekci: We’re building a dystopia just to make people click on ads | TED Talk

    We’re building an artificial intelligence-powered dystopia, one click at a time, says techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci. In an eye-opening talk, she details how the same algorithms companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon use to get you to click on ads are also used to organize your access to political and social information. And the machines aren’t even the real threat. What we need to understand is how the powerful might use AI to control us — and what we can do in response.

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