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  1. Cortex #68: A Noble Profession - Relay FM

    Grey publishes a YouTube video that’s a tad different, Myke has made some changes to his journal, and they both discuss experimenting with new ways of doing things.

    https://www.relay.fm/cortex/3984

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  2. #129 — An Insider’s View of Medicine

    In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Dr. Nina Shapiro about the practice of medicine. They discuss the unique resiliency of children, the importance of second opinions, bad doctors, how medical training has changed in recent years, medical uncertainty, risk perception, vaccine safety, and other topics. You can support the Waking Up Podcast and receive subscriber-only content at SamHarris.org/subscribe.

    http://wakingup.libsyn.com/129-an-insiders-view-of-medicine

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  3. 119: Managing Teams, with Bethany Bongiorno

    Former Apple SW Engineering Director, Bethany Bongiorno, talks about managing teams, the importance of empathy, and having the flexibility to adapt your communication style for different situations. Links:

    @bella_bongiorno on Twitter

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    Thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring this show! Get all-you-can-learn access to over 20,000 courses for 2 months for free!

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    http://vector.libsyn.com/119-managing-teams-with-bethany-bongiorno

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  4. 120: Obscura, with Ben McCarthy

    Designer, photographer, and software developer, Ben McCarthy, talks about the inspiration behind the new version of his camera app: Obscura 2. Links:

    @BenRiceM on Twitter Obsura web site Obscura 2

    Sponsors:

    Thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring this show! Get all-you-can-learn access to over 20,000 courses for 2 months for free!

    Subscribe via:

    Apple Podcasts Overcast Pocket Casts Castro RSS YouTube

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    http://vector.libsyn.com/120-obscura-with-ben-mccarthy

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  5. Fresh Air: André Leon Talley, Former ‘Vogue’ Editor-At-Large

    Talley felt like a misfit growing up — until he stumbled upon a copy of the iconic fashion magazine. Paging through ‘Vogue,’ he says, was like traveling down a "rabbit hole [into] a world of glamour." The fashion titan talks about loneliness, working in Andy Warhol’s Factory, and his signature caftans. Also, linguist Geoff Nunberg considers the future of cursive handwriting, and critic David Edelstein reviews the heist film ‘American Animals.’

    http://freshairnpr.npr.libsynfusion.com/andr-leon-talley-former-vogue-editor-at-large

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  6. Fresh Air: André Leon Talley, Former ‘Vogue’ Editor-At-Large

    Talley felt like a misfit growing up — until he stumbled upon a copy of the iconic fashion magazine. Paging through ‘Vogue,’ he says, was like traveling down a "rabbit hole [into] a world of glamour." The fashion titan talks about loneliness, working in Andy Warhol’s Factory, and his signature caftans. Also, linguist Geoff Nunberg considers the future of cursive handwriting, and critic David Edelstein reviews the heist film ‘American Animals.’

    http://freshairnpr.npr.libsynfusion.com/andr-leon-talley-former-vogue-editor-at-large

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  7. Fresh Air: Nick Offerman

    After making a career playing colorful cranks, like Ron Swanson on ‘Parks and Recreation,’ Offerman plays a different, more nuanced character in ‘Hearts Beat Loud.’ "This is the largest role, by far, I’ve ever had in a film," he says. Also, critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews ‘Cheek to Cheek,’ a compilation of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. 

    http://freshairnpr.npr.libsynfusion.com/nick-offerman

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  8. Fresh Air: Nick Offerman

    After making a career playing colorful cranks, like Ron Swanson on ‘Parks and Recreation,’ Offerman plays a different, more nuanced character in ‘Hearts Beat Loud.’ "This is the largest role, by far, I’ve ever had in a film," he says. Also, critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews ‘Cheek to Cheek,’ a compilation of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. 

    http://freshairnpr.npr.libsynfusion.com/nick-offerman

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  9. Fresh Air: ‘The Powers, Perversions, And Potential Of Heredity’

    Carl Zimmer is a science columnist for the ‘New York Times.’ His new book, ‘She Has Her Mother’s Laugh,’ is about the broader implications of genetic research and testing. Zimmer tells Terry Gross about genetically modified mosquitoes that are resistant to malaria, how genetic testing was used in the Golden State Killer case, and what he learned about his family history from having his entire genome sequenced. Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews two mysteries she thinks would make for terrific summer reading.

    http://freshairnpr.npr.libsynfusion.com/the-powers-perversions-and-potential-of-heredity

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  10. Fresh Air: Paul Schrader & Ethan Hawke On ‘First Reformed’

    Schrader wrote and directed the new film ‘First Reformed,’ which stars Hawke as a pastor having a crisis of faith. Schrader also wrote ‘Taxi Driver’ and ‘Raging Bull.’ "I was intoxicated by action and empathy, sex and violence," Schrader says of his early work. "And these are not [themes] in the transcendental tool kit." He considers his new film to be his first spiritual film. 

    http://freshairnpr.npr.libsynfusion.com/paul-schrader-and-ethan-hawke-on-first-reformed

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