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The show talks about specialty coffee that will help the average Joe, home, and professional baristas. Will learn how to dial your grind settings and sizes, recipes, roasting, different brewing styles, preparing coffee drinks, water temperatures, maintaining your brewer clean, and the history of coffee and how it evolved in pop culture and everyone lives.
 
Industry experts Frank Cifaldi and Kelsey Lewin, co-Directors of the Video Game History Foundation, bring on fellow content creators, game developers, video game historians, and storytellers to teach us a little bit about video game history. Our casual, “chatting over coffee” style interviews let us see the true life of a researcher: bang-your-head-against-a-wall dead-ends, “I can’t believe no one’s told this story before” moments, the thrill of sharing incredible history with the world, and ...
 
The best stories come out of our history! Historia Maxima is the place where You will find cool, intriguing facts and stories from history. We have started out as a small Youtube channel and want to expand in podcasting space to reach out to wider audience. Feel free to check us out at https://www.youtube.com/c/HistoriaMaxima. If you'd like to support us, please buy us a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/historiamaxima
 
We are high school teachers who want to uncover the main facts and arguments of topics taught in the history class. Our aim is to connect with passionate and knowledgeable people to enrich and extend the learning experience. We are based in Pretoria, South Africa and teach at a private school. Please post comments and questions on twitter @WilliamHPalk or @C_duPlessis or email us at highschoolhistoryrecap@gmail.com. If you have enjoyed listening, please consider buying us a coffee. Just clic ...
 
Welcome to Drunk Sports History. Shea in Irving is gonna have a few drinks and discuss the degenerates of sports. The gamblers, the addicts, the womanizers. The type of guys that drinks beer and smokes weed til they get to the stadium and then leveled off with some uppers, coffee, and a cigarette to do their job. Will look at the players, teams, and games throughout history that make it all worth watching and gamble on. Subscribe. Get it In. Y’all.
 
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Finn Ronne makes ready for his return to Stonington Island, getting away late, in debt and with morale already fraying at the edges. My apologies to anyone who downloaded the place holder episode used to keep this place held while I finished editing episode 113. Here's the real deal.
 
Damian Rogers from Japan’s Game Preservation Society joins us this week to talk about their new documentary series: Geimu. Born out of necessity during the pandemic to replace their annual in-person summer event, Geimu episodes highlight well-deserving Japanese game developers who might not normally get as much media attention. Episode one, 芸夢 [gei…
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9zw8iTpGYE The actual history, the real story of the Rise & Fall of the Indus Valley Civilization (Harappa and Mohenjo Daro) is buried under the sands of time. Quite literally. While we have unearthed some fascinating artefacts and tried to piece together their lives and stories, a lot, of course, is still sp…
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oz6uANtQt5Y The Pompeii volcano eruption in 79 AD is one of the most unusual events in history. It happened near the lost city of Pompeii on 24 August 79 AD was the fateful incident that the world will never forget. How exactly did things happen the day the volcano from Mount Vesuvius erupted unexpectedly on t…
 
We uncover lost stories of the never released Power-Up Baseball, sometimes referred to as “MLB Jam,” with then programer, now arcade game developer, Brian Smolik. Back in those days, Smolik lived the life only a young 25 year old could: programming and testing until 6 a.m. while riding a sugar high brought on by giant Slurpees. This breakneck paced…
 
In this second episode with archaeologist Dr Tim Forssman of the University of Pretoria, we take a closer look at his excavations at Little Muck and Dzombo and how the findings are shedding new light on the social relations between the San hunter-gatherers and early farmers of southern Africa. William finds out more about the "Kalahari debate" and …
 
Iain Simons from The National Videogame Museum, UK joins us to discuss their current project: Animal Crossing Diaries. We learn how the museum evolved itself into being over the years, ponder what video games mean, ask, “how do we preserve that meaning through history,” and learn how Animal Crossing may be the perfect vehicle to set that example. T…
 
In this episode of HSHR, Dr Nisa Paleker from The Department of Historical and Heritage Studies at the University of Pretoria, talks to us about the value of film in the study of History. Dr Paleker sheds some light on how film can be used in historical study by focusing on film as a source of history, film as history and film in history. Our discu…
 
In this episode of HSHR, Colin speaks to American military historian and Chair of War Studies at the US Army War College, Michael Neiberg. Michael specialises in 20th-century military history and has written numerous award-winning books including the acclaimed 2018 The Treaty of Versailles: A Concise History. So it seemed only appropriate that the …
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMMOkTOneis Weird historical practices by people across cultures is what is about. Crazy rituals, beliefs and practices that people in history thought were perfectly normal, but from our 21st-century eyes, they seem certifiably insane! Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/historiamaxima)…
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQytb7_tEhE&t=133s Many ancient animals are extinct from our planet, but some thankfully so. Pre-historic life was not easy. These pre-historic, ancient animals were very large and very dangerous. So let's be grateful our worst fear is a cockroach now. These are the top 5 largest extinct ancient animals that y…
 
In his recent video, WorkBoy: Lost Game Boy Add-on FOUND After 28 Years - Game History Secrets, Liam Robertson not only found possibly the only WorkBoy left in existence, but also got it working! This version is certainly a step up from our cardboard cut-out version we had on display at PRG in 2019 (you thought it was real, didn’t you? Gotcha!) If …
 
Video referenced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOFWu2EN5xo Is our civilization collapsing? Why do civilizations collapse at all? In this animated history documentary, let's take a look at why ancient civilizations collapsed and are there any parallels between them and us? In other words, is our civilisation collapsing? Support the show (https://…
 
The story of India Pakistan Partition and fall of the British Empire - the real reason, the real story behind these. In 1947, the British Empire in India gave India its independence from the British Raj but through the partition of India and Pakistan. So how and why did Partition of India and Pakistan even happen and how it affected the Indian subc…
 
THE speedrun historian and world’s fastest Mike Tyson’s Punch-out!! record holder, Summoning Salt, gives us an inside look at the niche, but expanding, world of competitive speedruns. His newest video, The History of Super Mario Bros. 2 World Records, depicts one of many yet unfinished dramatic battles for first place on the leaderboard. We learn h…
 
In this episode, William talks to archaeologist Dr Tim Forssman about the early history of southern Africa. Tim is a senior lecturer at the University of Pretoria and hosts his own YouTube channel Bones and Stones. Tim helps us define archaeology and explains why Indiana Jones is probably not the best example of what it means to be an archaeologist…
 
In this episode Colin speaks to foreign relations expert and author of Bitter Fruit: The Story of the American Coup in Guatemala, about the CIA-backed overthrow of Jacobo Arbenz , the democratically elected leader of Guatemala. Was this episode merely a Cold War incident or was there more to it than fears of communist insurrection? Was this a spont…
 
This introductory episode purpose is to spreads out the idea of the show. On the world of specialty coffee and the different area that I will expose every episode and is listed below: Coffee Drinks: (Espresso, Americano, Latte, Cappuccino, Flat White, Affocato, and Turkish-Greek-Arabic) Brewing styles: (Pour-Over/Drippers, Percolation, Vacuuming, B…
 
Alex Smith, author of They Create Worlds: The Story of the People and Companies That Shaped the Video Game Industry, Vol. 1: 1971-1982 and fellow podcaster, joins us to discuss the North American console crash of the early 80’s: its causes, its effects, and the lessons we’ve learned since then. See more from Alex Smith: Book: https://www.routledge.…
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHBDCwPoUBs Enjoy this biography of the life of Akbar, the 3rd Mughal emperor. Also known as Akbar the Great, coz he...kinda was! From his birth when his father Humayun was on the run to the magnificent empire that he ended up building, Akbar has been a legend then and now. FURTHER READING: Smith, Vincent. Akb…
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFaMCXeGfiI How did this chapter of Indian history, and British history, even start? Let's go back to that day in 1599 in England that started the whole story of how did the British conquer India. That's when this long story of British Raj / British Empire's colonisation of India started. And it's a fascinatin…
 
Chicken owner and gaming historian, Kevin Bunch, joins us to share some of the lessons he’s learned by living the history of the Atari VCS by playing each game released in its chronological order. The Atari Archive gives the exact context needed to truly appreciate each game for what it really was at the time of its introduction. See more from Kevi…
 
A new year, and a new exciting season of High School History Recap! We kick off the year with a conversation with Kelly Chase of the History Detective podcast. Why did this history teacher venture into podcasting? We discuss the importance of creating a detective mindset to counter all the misinformation and conspiracy theories out there. Kelly als…
 
Video: Part 4: Life of Akbar - YouTube So yeah, this is the real history/biography of the 3rd Mughal emperor, Akbar. Part 1 and 2 are on this channel. If you haven't watched them yet, go explore. Akbar, the Great Mughal / Moghul, the third Mughal emperor. The Mughal empire was the biggest and the richest empire in the 16th and the 17th centuries in…
 
Video: The most chilling case of family murder in Indian history | Murder of Rana Kumbha of Mewar - YouTube People will do anything for power, right? Including killing their own father. That's how Rana Kumbha of Mewar was murdered in medieval India (in the 1460s to be precise)... Details in the video For any fact, you can't digest, direct abuses at…
 
This is Part 2 of the story of Stoicism with Donald J Robertson. We discuss Socrates's uncomplicated take on the truth. How did the Stoic philosophy of Socrates differ from that of Marcus Aurelius? We look at how Stoicism (and beards) became popular in Rome. Some of the Stoics we talk about include Cato the Younger, Epictetus, . How did Roman (or M…
 
With a hundred meg of storage in my name and a lot of audio snippets with nothing better to do I give you the bits episode. Mind the neck bolts. This episode features the first competition I've run in a long time. As usual it's biased in favour of early listeners who are old and who are me. Voices from the past. Voices I hope will feature in the fu…
 
Frank and Kelsey close out the year 2020 by answering your burning questions. We touch on topics of policy, found oddities, white whales, what we’ve accomplished this year, and what we’re looking forward to in the year to come. Thank you to everyone for all your support of the podcast, for sending in your questions, and for the amazing love and sup…
 
Video: How & Why did Vedic Astrology Begin? | Origins & History of Astrology | Ancient India |Hindi w Eng - YouTube Where, when, how and why did astrology and zodiac signs begin and how did those guys back then get so good at astronomy (without needing millions of dollars for telescopes and stuff)? Well, here, we answer this. Support the show (http…
 
Video: (Part 3) Life of Akbar - YouTube Akbar, the Great Mughal / Moghul, the third Mughal emperor. The Mughal empire was the biggest and the richest empire in the 16th and the 17th centuries in the world. This short documentary is a biography - a story of the life of Akbar. As the grandson of Babur and a descendant of Tamerlane and Genghis Khan, A…
 
In this episode, I explore the story of Stoicism with Donald Robertson. It takes us all the way back to Socrates, who is considered to be the godfather of Stoicism. Donald tells a number of stories related to the emergence of this school of philosophy. Did you know that Plato's Academy was only one of many gymnasia in ancient Greece? We talk about …
 
Penguin sex gets the attention it deserves after Murray Levick deprived the world of his observations due to his prudish Victorian era sensibilities. Professor Lloyd Spencer Davis gives you the good oil on the oily birds getting it on (early birds only get worms). Extended and diminished visibility and lights in the sky at high latitudes receive so…
 
Today’s episode features the bizarre origins of SimRefinery as well as other Sim titles which never came to be. Phil Salvador joins the Video Game History Hour to discuss a branch of Maxis, Business Simulations Division, which gives us a glimpse into a path-not-taken, alternate reality where Maxis might have only made a name for themselves in the w…
 
In this episode Ayanda and I discuss a number of issues related to South African history. Ayanda is the founder of the Ilibo Group - a Village Comcast initiative aimed at "telling South African stories the South African way". If you want to watch the interview, please follow this link. Find Ayanda on twitter @restored_80 or subscribe to her YouTube…
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yyN4nKOl38 Real-life history, a historical biography of Akbar, the 3rd Mughal emperor of the empire that rules most of India in the medieval times. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/historiamaxima)Reema & Martins による
 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaxnkTaoshQ ndia's ancestors, the Aryans, remain a mystery and a topic of huge debate till now. The damn guys left so much unanswered, so yeah, obviously. But from the Rig Veda, we can sieve out some cool facts about our Aryans. And in this video @Historia Maxima - History Documentaries takes you through them.…
 
Much the way we all set our status to not show when we’re in a game, the Game and Watch was originally created to allow Japanese sallarymen to play games at work while their boss was none the wiser. This week we’re joined by Matt Alt as he discusses his article, “How Gunpei Yokoi Reinvented Nintendo,” which is pulled from a chapter in his new book …
 
Video referenced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUrHmTU2MzY Akbar, the Great Mughal / Moghul, the third Mughal emperor. The Mughal empire was the biggest and the richest empire in the 16th and the 17th centuries in the world. This short documentary is a biography - a story of the life of Akbar. As the grandson of Babur and a descendant of Tamerla…
 
Video referenced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmUY0pVth9E Your own internet history can be a grave you are digging for yourself because digital espionage by China, Russia, USA and basically everyone have reached a point where George Orwell warned us against. Internet war, or information war, has begun and you might be a soldier for the other si…
 
In his documentary, Insert Coin, Josh Tsui explored the good, the bad, and the ugly of Midway Games' Studio from varying management styles and their resulting culture to the magic formula for sequel games. Listen in with the guy who knows where all the skeletons are buried and learn how the NBA may owe much of its current popularity to NBA Jam. See…
 
Video referenced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sp4OPgQC-6o Who were the Aryans? Which one is true - the out-of-india theory or the Aryan migration theory? Where do Indians come from? A lot has been discussed, a lot about the Aryans, their Steppe pastoralist origins and culture, the origins of South Indian Dravids, the Indus Valley Civilization e…
 
Video referenced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnJwR85UGZ0&t=169s Life in ancient Egypt was more than just building pyramids. From beer to emmer wheat to wigs, this audio will tell you fun and weird facts about life in ancient Egypt, how ancient Egyptians lived their everyday life and what was the daily civilisation like. What they ate, their we…
 
In this turn-based interview, Sid Meier takes us from zero to 255 and brings the show nuclear! Well, at least that’s the rumor. Sid opens up his lifelong dev notes to discuss how he got started in games, why he decided to write his recent book, Sid Meier’s Memoir!, and how he’s better at Red Baron than an actual fighter pilot. On a personal note, w…
 
Garry Kitchen joins the podcast to discuss his lifelong career in gaming and how spending his summer of 1982 porting Nintendo’s Donkey Kong over to the Atari 2600 was tedious, but worth it. He’d also like you to know he’s a hell of a good ROM hacker, Mario’s eye is just a void, and you’re darn right he slanted those ramps. See more from Garry Kitch…
 
Youtube video referenced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHeG-0pn4Y0 This is the real, the true history of who really built the Great Pyramids of Egypt .. and how did they build the pyramids? You might have heard theories that ancient aliens built the pyramids but the fact is, there is clear evidence to find out exactly how the Egyptian pyramids w…
 
Spoiler Alert: It’s a monkey wrench! You find a banana to put on the metronome to hypnotize the monkey to put in your pocket to take to the waterfall to use on the valve as a “monkey wrench.” *puff, puff* Oh, you don’t have monkey wrenches in your country? Mm okay, that may throw a spanner into the works… Pete Armour and Frank get pretty far into t…
 
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