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NASA's Curious Universe

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

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Come get curious with NASA. As an official NASA podcast, Curious Universe brings you mind-blowing science and space adventures you won't find anywhere else. Explore the cosmos alongside astronauts, scientists, engineers, and other top NASA experts who are achieving remarkable feats in science, space exploration, and aeronautics. Learn something new about the wild and wonderful universe we share. All you need to get started is a little curiosity. NASA's Curious Universe is an official NASA po ...
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Come Curious

Florence Bark & Reed | QCODE

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Home of the world's most OPEN, HONEST & EXPLICIT conversations! You’ll be hearing all of our juicy sex stories, getting professional sex advice from therapists to dominatrix’s and spilling horny tea with your favorite public figures. Curious f**kers… welcome to COME CURIOUS the podcast. Hosted by award winning sex & relationship content creators, sex educators & p0rn directors: Florence Bark and Reed Amber. Please rate and review if you’ve learnt something from us! C U NEXT THURSDAY CURIOUS ...
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Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Sony Music Entertainment / Jonathan Van Ness

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Join Jonathan Van Ness (Queer Eye) each week as they explore everything under (and sometimes beyond!) the sun with scientists, historians, activists, entertainers, and other brilliant guest experts. New episodes of Getting Curious drop on Wednesdays. On Mondays, join us for Curious Now and Pretty Curious. Curious Now is where we're keeping up with elections, climate change, LGBTQIA+ rights, and other news stories we're following. Pretty Curious is where we're talking all things beauty! Subsc ...
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But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
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Bay Curious

KQED

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Bay Curious is a show about your questions – and the adventures you find when you go looking for the answers. Join host Olivia Allen-Price to explore all aspects of the San Francisco Bay Area – from the debate over "Frisco", to the dinosaurs that once roamed California, to the causes of homelessness. Whether you lived here your whole life, or just arrived, Bay Curious will deepen your understanding of this place you call home.
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Curious Creatures

Lol Tolhurst & Budgie

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Hosts Lol Tolhurst (The Cure) and Budgie (Siouxsie and the Banshees) explore post punk's enduring legacy and contemporary relevance. Lol and Budgie welcome luminaries from all walks of life for revealing, yet relaxed conversation. Audience questions are answered at the end of each episode.
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The Fast and the Curious

Folding Pocket

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Join Greg James, sports presenter Betty Glover, F1 broadcaster – and lifelong fanatic – Christian Hewgill and a rolling cast of drivers and characters from across the grid to take you inside the fascinating world of Formula 1.
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Are you looking for a more interesting way to learn English? English Learning for Curious Minds is a podcast for intermediate-advanced English learners. Learn weird and wonderful things about the world at the same time as improving your English. Every episode comes with an interactive transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary and is spoken at a speed you can understand. Join listeners from 189 countries and discover a more interesting way of improving your English. Find the bonus episodes, in ...
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Want to get better at work? At managing others? Managing yourself? Gayle Allen interviews experts who take your performance to the next level. Each episode features a book with insights to help you achieve your goals.
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Curiously Wise

Laurin Wittig

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Curiously Wise explores the intersection of our human experience and our spiritual experience, focusing on the ways each supports and enhances the other. Ready to explore with me and my amazing guests? Let’s get curious!
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Curious Matter Anthology

Knightsville Workshop

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Curious Matter Anthology is a multi-award winning fiction podcast that adapts stories from the world’s best Sci-fi, and Horror writers into fully immersive audio movies. Strap in and let your ears take you on an adventure to the most imaginative places in the literary universe. Season 3, launching June 18th, is taking a bold leap forward. We're transitioning to a seasonal anthology format, dedicating the entire season to a single epic story titled "The Exile." This audacious adventure will t ...
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Curious & Candid

Quinton

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No editing. No filters. No agendas. Just curious and candid conversations with those, in pursuit of more. Follow us on IG: @curiousandcandidpodcast Holistic training & nutrition coaching: awakentrainingandnutrition.com
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The Splendid Table has always connected people through the common language of food and eating. Now with award-winning food journalist Francis Lam at the helm, we’re bringing forward even more fresh voices and surprising conversations at the intersection of food, people and culture – covering everything from the global appeal of sesame to the impact of Instagram on everyday eating. It’s a food show where everyone is welcome. Produced by American Public Media.
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Meredith for Real: the curious introvert

Meredith Hackwith Edwards

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Less canceling. More curiosity. Each episode explores the questions people think, but don't ask, due to cultural hypnosis or being taboo. The mission here is to inspire curiosity by exploring nuance & breaking free from the bubble of the algorithm. Each conversation is wildly different than the last, so bring your ADD & your earbuds & have a look around! You'll hear subjects like mental health, health & wellness, biohacking, adult friendship, finances, science & technology, true stories, cul ...
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Crime Curious

Crime Curious

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A true crime podcast where two friends journey through true crime cases in a lighthearted and in-depth way. That means we give the details without being boring as hell. Sometimes we cuss, but murderers are dicks.
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What do you wonder about the people, places and culture of Minnesota? Listen to our community-driven reporting project, which invites listeners to ask questions that our newsroom researches and answers.
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Historian David Borys dives deep into the fascinating world of Canadian history in this bi-weekly podcast exploring everything from the wonderful to the weird to the downright dark. Get add free content at Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Curious Girl Diaries

thecuriousgirldiaries.com

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Hi I'm Layla London. I'm just the girl next door who recently decided to explore her sexuality. After a 3.5 year, self imposed, dry spell I woke up one day and said "What the heck am I doing to myself?". Why have I just shut off that side of my sexuality? I need physical contact badly. I decided to stop "wasting the pretty" and get out there! Having set out on my "sexual road trip" I'm scratching things off my sex bucket list. I'm getting laid, exploring "kinks" (a word I really didn't know ...
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A History Podcast for Kids! Parents love us, Teachers love us, and most importantly, kids do too! History can be amazing, inspiring and relevant to anyone. We love to share the stories of Spies, funny foods, George Washington's foibles, early advancements in cartooning and ballooning and much more! A professional music score and important songs accompany nearly every themed episode. Proud Kids Listen Member @pastandcurious
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Introducing the podcast where curiosity meets connection. Join us as we discuss captivating stories and ideas, and engage in thought-provoking conversations. From strange behaviors, odd inventions, and quirky ideas to life-changing stories begging to be shared. We offer our curious listeners answers to the questions they’ve always wanted to ask.
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The Curious Clinicians

The Curious Clinicians

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The Curious Clinicians is a medical podcast that asks "why?". Why do diseases present in certain ways? What are the mechanisms of treatments we use? Why does the human body function as it does? Join us to explore these questions and many more.
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Curious Objects

The Magazine Antiques

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Through interviews with leading figures in the world of fine and decorative arts, Curious Objects—a podcast from The Magazine Antiques—explores the hidden histories, the little-known facts, the intricacies, and the idiosyncrasies that breathe life and energy into historical works of craft and art.
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The Curious Mind

Gabriel Ellis

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'The Curious Mind' is a podcast by psychologist, psychotherapist, and Buddhist scholar Dr. Gabriel Ellis. In essays and interviews we cover a wide range of psychological and social topics with depth and complexity. For more information and therapy requests see https://www.gabriel-ellis.com/
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Climate Curious

TEDxLondon

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Are you Climate Curious? If you care about the world, but find the current conversation about climate change confusing, scary or boring – then this might be the podcast for you. Join TEDxLondon and co-hosts Maryam Pasha and Ben Hurst as we lift the lid on the climate emergency by speaking to the world’s leading and most relatable climate pioneers. Find out why cities are key to the climate fight, why we need to tackle systemic problems (and not just plastic straws), and why we’re all a bit c ...
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The Curious Capitalist

Conscious Business Collaborative

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The Curious Capitalist is a podcast shining a spotlight on conscious business leadership and culture through interviews with authors, academics, policy-makers and entrepreneurs who have shifted their practices to engage employees and other stakeholders in expressing a higher purpose.
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The Curious Builder

Mark Williams

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The Curious Builder is a podcast that gives a voice to Minnesota building industry professionals, providing them a platform to tell their stories about starting and growing their businesses, highlighting challenges and wins, and revealing insights listeners may apply to their own businesses and experiences.
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Curious Apes

Steven Parton

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With skyrocketing rates of depression, increasing rates of poverty, hostile political radicalism, and so much more, it’s obvious that our modern society is failing us. Unfortunately, we’re struggling to navigate these many personal and social challenges because of a culture that promotes binary thinking (us vs them, black vs white, etc) & influences us to undermine our own well-being. Through controversial freethought, philosophical inquiry, and intellectual rigor, we seek to empower individ ...
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Choose to be Curious is a show all about curiosity. We talk about research and theory, but mostly it's conversations about how curiosity shows up in work and life. Now syndicated and available via Pacifica RadioNetwork.
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Mom Curious

Hoff Studios

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Mom Curious is a safe space for those who are interested in parenthood, but may feel too nervous to ask their mom friends the juicy questions and would love to be a fly on the wall for some short, candid conversations between mothers! Follow Daniella Rabbani and the podcast on Instagram! @daniellarabbani @momcuriouspodcast And watch the full episodes on our YouTube!
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Is sugar really more addictive than cocaine? Does intermittent fasting work? Should I buy crypto? We’re all on 24-7 information overload, on our news feeds, in our inboxes, on TikTok… it’s hard to know what is real and what isn’t. Every week on CALL ME CURIOUS, Nikki Boyer (Dying for Sex, The Daily Smile) and friends like Mr. Malone are going to dive into all the things you’ve heard about, but don’t really know about. That’s right - No more nodding along at parties or running into the bathro ...
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Discover and explore nature together. For families, home educators and teachers who want to support children to live in touch with nature. Let's rewild childhood. Hosted by Rachel Mills, educator, animation producer and founder of Buttercup Learning in conversation with our nature-curious guests.
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Our Curious Amalgam

American Bar Association

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Our Curious Amalgam explores topics in antitrust, competition, consumer protection, data protection, and privacy law around the world with leading experts in those areas. It is an amalgam because it is a group of diverse topics all in one place. It is curious because it gets the experts and asks them in-depth questions.
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Alexandra Zapp was a young, vibrant woman that had a love and expertise for sailing and charity work. Paul Leahy was a violent habitual sex offender felon with no future. The chances that the two would ever have met in a social setting were zero- but when Alexandra stops at a rest area to use the bathroom, her life and those who loved her would be …
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Whether it’s a band I’m playing with or an artist I’m making a portrait of, I often get asked how I got connected with them. Yesterday, I did a photoshoot with comedian Mark Normand and I realized it perfectly outlined what I call “The 3 Level Of Access” and how I decide: What I’ll say no to, what I’ll say yes to, and what I want to do. 👉🏻 www.thec…
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Hey there, cuties! 😘🎙️ Dive into today's sizzling episode where my gal pal Kathy Kay, from Strictly Anonymous Podcast, and I dish the dirt on all things sexy and relationships! 💋We're unpacking everything from how chicks hint they're into you to the steamy secrets of what women actually find hot in guys. Plus, we get real about sexual fantasies and…
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A Mind Beyond Words. True Story. Review: This remarkable book, sharing insights into our innate abilities to communicate with each other and other realms of sentience, beyond the limits of space and time, is a timely contribution to our collective and evolutionary potential and emergent journey - Dr Jude Currivan, cosmologist, author and co-founder…
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The familiar image of a stoic Native American chief wearing a headdress is in many ways a core American cultural stereotype. It has been memorialized in films and statutes, as well as exploited to sell cigarettes and motorcycles. But who are these celebrated figures of the past? Mark Boswell joins host Eric Roper to discuss the roles that Native Am…
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Why do lizards have scales? Why are reptiles cold-blooded? Why do lizards have long tongues? How do lizards grow their tails back? Are crocodiles dinosaurs? What’s the difference between an alligator and a crocodile? Why do crocodile eyes look like they have mirrors in the back? How do crocodiles chomp? Why do crocodile teeth stay sharp? Why are cr…
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Taylor Swift's album drops to WNBA salary debates (and Caitlin Clark's big sponsorship deal) to NBA and NHL playoff drama. Plus, the NHL's Arizona Coyotes' are packing up the franchise and heading to Utah. Other episodes you might like: When Worlds Collide: The Fascinating Connection Between Sports and Music From Beckham to Biles: Power Couples Nav…
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Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Pandora This week, it’s the food journeys of two chefs. First, TV Star and author Carla Hall joins us to talk about her latest show, Chasing Flavor. She brings us stories about her filming and travels and the connection between people and their food. She sticks around to answer some…
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👉 "The News Challenge" starts on April 22nd. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3xyUoGC --- Scotland has had a long and complicated relationship with its southern neighbour. But will it ever break free? In this episode, we explore the key arguments for and against Scottish independence and look at whether it will ever become an independent nation. Sco…
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Happy Earth Day! This year, we’re celebrating joy. We speak to our Climate Curious experts about moments of joy that keep them going. Recorded live at TED 2024 in Vancouver, on the shared, unceded, ancestral territories of the səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), and Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) nations. Featuring: Jiaying Zhao Tzepora…
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Christian and Betty preview the 2024 Chinese Grand Prix with a look at how the F1 has changed since the last race there in 2019, and what Zhou Guanyu will be looking to take away from his home race. They also discuss what Fernando Alosno's new contract at Aston Martin means for the 2025 driver line-up and get into some listener questions and feedba…
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Listener Allison Pennell recently saw a museum booklet featuring archival photos of Black residents watching the fire that consumed the city after the 1906. It got her wondering how this specific community fared after the quake, especially given the entrenched racism of the time. Additional Reading: Stunning Archival Photos Of the 1906 Earthquake A…
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Happy Anal Day! April 18th is international anal day so naturally we had to get the anal king, Max Hovey, back on the pod! Max and the girls talk all things anal, from how to prep as well as how to avoid being in a nightmare anal story! Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with @lumedeodorant and get 15% off with promo code COMECURIOUS at LumeDeodorant.com! …
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Intense but Brief! Lisa Gerrard followed by Liz Fraser Peter in Heaven with the Cocteau Twins Artwork for Goth and 4AD - Football is The Key Surely not - Australian rules football of course! Wheeltappers and Shunters Clubs! 3 gigs a night and it all paid off Budgie’s clubland experience leads the way The Essence of Punk was to throw away the rule b…
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The first in a series: looking at a place from multiple perspectives. I call it "A Mile in Their Shoes". We begin with people who have chosen to care for a bit of the Earth, the big-hearted, hard-working, fun-loving Friends of the Mount Vernon Trail. They have found community, purpose and lots to be curious about...Check out Friends of the Mount Ve…
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In this special throwback episode, Benjamin Miller speaks with Ellery Foutch, assistant professor of American studies at Middlebury College, about a “relic Windsor chair” assembled by Henry Sheldon (founder of the Middlebury museum named in his honor) in 1884. This unique piece of furniture was built with fragments of wood salvaged from structures …
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Sabine speaks with Ben Klutsey about political polarization, commonalities between the United States and Canada, and his documentary on the subject entitled "Undivide Us" Episode Notes: The documentary's website with more information, a trailer and the option to request a screening: https://undivideusmovie.com/ Kevin Vallier's "Trust in a Polarized…
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You probably learned about the Founding Fathers in school…or maybe you had a deep Hamilton phase like the rest of us, but what about the lesser known figures like John Hancock? Historian Dr. Brooke Barbier joins Jonathan to fill us in on the man behind the famous signature. From his willingness to publicly change his mind, his ability to find the m…
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The Curious Clinicians answer an early curiosity question: Why do my fingers wrinkle when I take a bath? Watch this episode on our new YouTube channel here, and read the show notes here! Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours), or ABIM MOC Part 2 (0.5 hours). Audio edited by Clair Morgan of…
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I’m sure all our listeners at some point in their lives have encountered an uncomfortable moment when discussing sex and sexuality, and in many places and communities within Canada discussions of sex are still quite taboo. Today, we’re breaking that taboo and asking some real questions about sex in Canada. How has the subject of sex in Canada chang…
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Welcome into a tender conversation with Neeti Nerula who's emerged as a leading voice in the Yoga world. We talk about the push pull of diving into our life's passion while wanting to really invest in parenting as well. Neeti opens up about what brought her to her Yoga and the healing affects her practice has had on her life. We talk in depth about…
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From Earth, the Sun can seem steady and predictable. But when you look at our star close up, there’s a lot going on. Go behind the scenes with NASA’s Moon to Mars Space Weather Analysis Office, a team monitoring space weather—eruptions of radiation and plasma from the Sun that can wreak havoc on spacecraft and pose dangers to astronauts. We’ll also…
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Dr. Jason Brennan is a Flanigan Family professor at Georgetown Business School who agrees that democracies outperform most historical alternatives, but suggests that some form of Epistocracy (meaning the rule of the knowledgeable) could be worth experimenting with. In other words, the more of an informed voter you are, the more weight your vote car…
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On March 21, 2024, the United States Department of Justice and sixteen Attorneys General sued Apple, alleging that “Apple undermines apps, products, and services that would otherwise make users less reliant on the iPhone, promote interoperability, and lower costs for consumers and developers.” In other words, many of the DOJ and AGs’ allegations bo…
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** This is a partnership episode originally recorded in collaboration with ⁠Singularity⁠ ** This week my guest is Jean Twenge, a renowned psychologist, professor, and author who has been one of the world’s leading researchers investigating generational differences and the impacts of technology. This includes her books The Narcissism Epidemic, Gener…
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The doctrine of the not-self is central to Buddhism. Aspects of such a teaching can also be found in Hegel. He even helps us to better understand how healing aspects of the not-self teaching unfold in everyday life and in psychotherapy. Youtube: https://youtu.be/YG1M6MLjXFo Homepage: ⁠https://www.gabriel-ellis.com/therapy e-Mail: therapy@gabriel-el…
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Alex Strenger is a podcast host, culture jammer, and political satirist who lives in Austin, TX. He has driven pedicabs for over a decade and regularly attends city council meetings where he has shown just how far the lines have become blurred in society through a masterclass of satire. You can follow Alex on his social media profiles IG: @showtime…
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At some point, we all get stuck. Maybe it’s in a job or career. Maybe it’s a relationship or business venture.Though it’s something we all experience, when it happens, we can feel alone and out of our depth. Emotions may overwhelm us. Mental traps lure is in. In no time at all, we can’t see a way out.Award-winning professor, researcher, and author,…
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Us this affirmation daily to enter into your day with intention. Speak words of power over yourself and into universe to open yourself up for powerful experiences that lead to you being your best possible self.Khaaliq Thomasliq による
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To anyone who grew up in the 2000s, Martha Stewart is probably more famous for going to jail than for her pumpkin pie. But there’s so much more to her story. And her saga lets us crack into the value of women’s work, the shifting nature of celebrity over the 2000s, and the most American scam of all: obscene wealth. Scamfluencers is a weekly podcast…
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In this episode of the Curious About Nature podcast, host Rachel Mills interviews Julia Bedford, a multifaceted herbalist, artist, and food activist. Julia recounts her move from London to Glastonbury to deepen her connection with nature and discusses her projects at Herbal Brue, aimed at educating people on foraging and herbalism. They reminisce a…
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We’re diving right into the nitty-gritty of construction contracts with legal eagles Tom Priebe and Alana McIntosh. They expertly unpack the essentials of subcontractor responsibilities, the life-saving grace of errors and omissions insurance, and the crucial role of clear communication to steer clear of costly litigations. Our legal gurus leave us…
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Join us for another episode of The Curious Capitalist where we meet Wallingford based CEO Diane Smith and find out more about her impactful work with Capital for Change in Connecticut. Diane Smith LinkedIn Capital for Change Conscious Business Collaborative To find out more about how Capital for Change can help you or your business, give them a cal…
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Episode 91 is about Anne Carrol Moore and The Western Library! Anne Carroll Moore is one of history's most important children's librarians, but not everyone is in love with her legacy. She still changed the world, and mostly for the better. And Louisville, Kentucky's Western Library is the first library in America built for, and staffed by African-…
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