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  1. Rape survivor Sarah Super ‘Breaks the Silence,’ pitches memorial for sexual assault victims | Minnesota Public Radio News

    Super was attacked in her home in February by an ex-boyfriend. She counts herself lucky that he was later convicted. The majority of rape survivors, Super noted, do not see their perpetrators sentenced.


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  2. The Problem We All Live With | This American Life

    Right now, all sorts of people are trying to rethink and reinvent education, to get poor minority kids performing as well as white kids. But there’s one thing nobody tries anymore, despite lots of evidence that it works: desegregation. Nikole Hannah-Jones looks at a district that, not long ago, accidentally launched a desegregation program.


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  3. I’m So Productive, I Never Get Anything Done

    Make the coffee, check the RSS, groom the avatar, freshen the blog, make nice with the Twitter, now it’s time to … do the same thing again. Meanwhile your job/project/spouse/story sits there, staring at you with big cow eyes and wonders if you will ever leave the grid and do something real, something productive, something that will yield cash money and not just more followers on Twitter. Most of us work alone in a room, armed with a desktop that is more powerful — and distracting — than entire offices a decade ago, and yet the actual throughput of an average day can be negligible. Let’s talk to some people who have actually done things — written books, built businesses, created technology — about their process. Do they have a clear, bright line between consuming media and producing it? Is it best to have multiple streams on one screen or toggle between to stay on task? Do they have a day part when they are off the grid? And why do great ideas come in the shower? Let’s figure out whether the Web is the greatest productivity tool ever invented or a destroyer of initiative and long thoughts.

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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. Team Ico - Cane & Rinse 4 - Cane and Rinse

    These two great stories of four young people: ICO, Yorda, Wander, Mono and the eerie yet beautiful land(s) they live in have been rewarded with a sumptuous HD rerelease on PlayStation 3. What better time for a Cane and Rinse retrospective? Leon, Tony and Jay are joined by devout Team ICO fan Joshua Garrity to discuss both ICO and Shadow of the Colossus; their gameplay, aesthetics and narrative as well as speculating on how the two relate to one another.


    Chapters for this show (.m4a format only) are as follows;








    Box Art






    Shadow of the Colossus










    Round off

    Music used in this show is as follows;

    Track One

    – Castle in the Mist – Michiru Oshima and Pentagon – ICO Soundtrack

    Track Two

    – Prologue: To the Ancient Land – Ko Otani – Shadow of the Colossus soundtrack

    Track Three – Swift Horse – Ko Otani – Shadow of the Colossus soundtrack

    Subscribe here: iTunes (enhanced) – RSS (enhanced) – RSS (MP3)

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:38:52 — 79.2MB)


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  6. flOw, Flower & Journey - Cane & Rinse 31

    Leon, Tony, Josh & Sean review the innovative titles produced during Thatgamecompany's 3 game deal with Sony; flOw, Flower & Journey.


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  7. Red Dead Redemption - Cane & Rinse 18 - The Cane & Rinse podcast

    Leon, Tony, James & Joshua venture back to the wilds of New Austin to discuss their opinions on the cowboy themed opus Red Dead Redemption.


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  8. #5: Mallory Ortberg

     My guest on this episode is Mallory Ortberg, co-founder of The-Toast.net and author of the forthcoming Texts from Jane Eyre. We talk about reading Wodehouse for the first time, getting your Dante confiscated at church camp, being disappointed with a book that everyone else likes, and much more. Thanks to TryAudiobooks.com and to Kobo for sponsoring this episode.


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  9. Mom and Dad Are Fighting: Ferguson, and how much kids cost.

    Listen to Mom and Dad Are Fighting by clicking the arrow on the audio player below: Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙Download ∙ Play in another tab In this week’s edition of Slate’s parenting podcast Mom and Dad Are Fighting, Slate editor Allison Benedikt talks to freelance writer Stacia Brown and Dwayne Betts, author…


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  10. Edward Tufte Wants You to See Better : NPR

    Data scientist Edward Tufte (dubbed the "Galileo of graphics" by BusinessWeek) pioneered the field of data visualization. Tufte discusses what he calls "forever knowledge," and his latest projects: sculpting Richard Feynman’s diagrams, and helping people "see without words."


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