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Do you want a hot, juicy sex life? Are you a great lover? Do you know how to get the sex you want? Can you drive your woman wild? Let us help you turn up the heat in your relationship. Dr. Lori Buckley, ASSECT Certified Sex Therapist and Doctor of Psychology, answers questions from listeners and talks about men's sexual issues in an educational and entertaining format. You'll hear how to create passion and intimacy, uncover your lover's sexual fantasies, turn on and satisfy your partner, enh ...
 
Art of the Drink TV is an educational web video series starring professional Bar Instructor and Bar Chef Anthony Caporale. In each episode you'll be treated to a new drink recipe including step-by-step instructions on how it's prepared, and each month you'll be treated to a new Drinkart Girl as co-host! Collect all the episodes and compile your own free bartending library!http://www.artofthedrink.compodcast@artofthedrink.com
 
The World of UX podcast, hosted by UX and experience design veteran, educator, and conference speaker, Darren Hood, is dedicated to presenting topics covering and addressing all things UX. We'll cover every UX-related method, discipline trend, career advancement and challenges, education recommendations, UX maturity levels, and maturity level management, and much much more. If you'd like to stay informed about UX, The World of UX is for you!
 
Throughout the 1920s the Common University provided a free and ready source of education to the working classes of England through various lecture series and the distribution of educative pamphlets in the East End. At the time it renowned as a philanthropic exercise noted more for its good intentions than its practice of asking for lecturers' credentials. In the mid 1930s it shut down amid a small furore over the nonsense it was teaching. It was assumed by all involved that that would be the ...
 
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How to measure soil carbon, influence soil carbon, and influence others to care about soil carbon has motivated Peter Donovan for nearly three decades now. He locates himself squarely between the social worlds of science and practice and has worked to foster the relationship between knowing and doing with a passion that is unusual in our culture. I…
 
The hottest segment of today's UX job market is that of UX research (UXR). While many are eager to get into the field, as with UX as a whole, many are over-focused on the work and are unaware of the associated nuances, putting them and their organizations at a disadvantage. In this episode, Darren provides a brief overview of UXR and shares info ab…
 
Free association, transference—the Oedipus Complex. When he invented psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud also developed therapeutic techniques and concepts that, a hundred years later, are still part of our language. His analysis of dreams as wish fulfillment and his studies of repression led him to develop his theory of the unconscious and his concepts …
 
In an inaugural segment of "Talkin' Shop," Darren welcomes Eric Shumake and Michelle Pakron as the group spends time talking about eye-openers, challenges, their biggest surprises, and general tips associated with job seeking in the world of UX. Tune in today for this special extended episode. #ux #uxhiring #uxjobseekers #uxhiringdysfunction #exper…
 
Professor Emeritus Stanley Temple explores Aldo Leopold's pioneering land ethic and shares some of Leopold's little-known radio shows from "College of the Air" from the 1930s. For a story about Leopold's radio talks and the search for his missing recordings, go to https://www.aldoleopold.org/post/still-searching-leopolds-voice/…
 
Microbial source tracking has gained accuracy in the last decade, and a multidisciplinary team at University of Idaho recently used MST methods to help US Forest Service managers identify causes of contamination of a stream listed by regulatory authorities for high bacteria. This is the first of a two-part episode with Eric Winford, Associate Direc…
 
This week, Darren continues the presentation on overlooked factors associated with the UX hiring process, specifically focusing on issues associated with job candidates. The topics covered range from poorly constructed resumes to failing to prepare properly for interviews and from neglecting to interview the company to the danger of false hopes (de…
 
In another extended episode of The World of UX, Darren takes time to address several critical problems at-large in today's world of UX hiring. Topic examples include realistic expectations for ROI, impact of UX maturity levels, candidate competencies, critical thinking, academic thinking, overemphasis of UX design tools and design processes, misapp…
 
Microbial source tracking has gained accuracy in the last decade, and a multidisciplinary team at University of Idaho recently used MST methods to help US Forest Service managers identify causes of contamination of a stream listed by regulatory authorities for high bacteria. This is the first of a two-part episode with Eric Winford, Associate Direc…
 
In this special edition of The World of UX, Darren holds a conversation with his special guest Chantel Botha, Managing Director at Brand Love world class CX practitioner, and a new member of the CX of M Radio Network. Chantel discusses such things as the goals for her new podcast, defines CX, talks about the challenges in CX today, strategies for a…
 
At the end of World War II, a variety of political and civic virtues helped make it possible for the United States to move decisively in just a few years to turn a defeated Japan into a self-sufficient country compatible with American interests. How much did Japanese civilians know about the outcome of the war? And how did the Japanese receive the …
 
This week, Darren concludes this round of "UX potpourri" focusing on such topics as the importance of hearing viable voices in UX, distinguishing between valid and invalid resources, his recent resignation from the UXPA Board of Directors, human-computer interaction (HCI), the dangers of rampant misinformation and non-authoritative sources, ethics …
 
Grazing managers of any kind and in any place must answer the questions of what is and what is not possible and how to manage toward meaningful landscape change. LandPKS was developed to make basic rangeland site data available to anyone and enable time-efficient long-term monitoring based on the rangeland health principles. Jeff Herrick has been w…
 
This week, Darren continues sharing "UX potpourri," discussing a concept referred to as "baby bird syndrome" and elaborating on the infighting and hostile behavior that's becoming all too common in UX circles. Tune in today for downloads on these topics and how they can impact you. #ux #uxuncensored #babybirdsyndrome #uxvolatility #uxhostility #rea…
 
When Hitler came to power, he was quick to apply his anti-Semitic policies to music, getting Jewish musicians removed from German orchestras. The process was so abrupt that conductor Wilhelm Steinberg had his baton taken from him by Nazi thugs who entered the opera house where he was rehearsing. We’ll find out how Wilhelm Steinberg left Germany and…
 
In this week's episode, serving as a segue between series, Darren spends time discussing a very busy week on social media, addressing three specific topics: 1) The paradox of UX job opportunities; 2) The importance of learning to optimize reviewing of UX job postings and 3) The volatile nature of many social media interactions in the world of UX. T…
 
The future ain't what it used to be: there are more price risks and stressors on cattle markets than ever, and the predictability of cattle markets is at an all-time low. Livestock insurance is not new but is recently gaining adoption as a reliable risk tool to prevent catastrophic financial losses and prepare for uncertainties such as drought. Lis…
 
In the finale of this 3-part series, Darren shares a recap of the 7 key contributing factors to today's dysfunction in the world of UX, along with methods that can be used to overcome their operation and impact. He also issues a milestone personal challenge for all listeners and the UX community-at-large. Listen today to hear and accept the challen…
 
Russia is entirely dependent on oil and gas revenues, and desperate for foreign investment, and yet it continues to loom as a major competitor and a threat to US interests. How valid are those concerns? UW-Madison Russia expert David McDonald will fill us in on Russia's current status on the world stage.…
 
In Part 2 of this 3-part series, Darren spends time identifying 7 key contributing factors for dysfunction in the world of UX today, providing a means of examining the UX operation of our organizations, our teams, and our personal states. Tune in for more details. #ux #uxuncensored #uxdysfunction #realuxtalk #theworldofuserexperience #righttheship…
 
Pima County owns and leases large tracts of land for working landscapes and biological conservation. Vanessa Prileson manages the range program which ensures this arrangement is successful and has good advice for other organizations selecting lessees/operators who need to be able to manage toward conservation goals and as well as economic and produ…
 
UX is a beautiful and valuable thing, but the current world of UX is operating in a cycle of dysfunction. Overcoming it requires knowledge of its traits and contributing factors. In the first segment of a 3-part series, Darren will provide insights about UX's storied history, laying the foundation to explain what went wrong and what we'll need to d…
 
This week, Darren completes his exposé of UX bootcamps, examining their operation from critical angles and addressing different topics one should consider when selecting an educational resource. Specific topics covered in this finale include bias infusion, pedagogy, value propositions, ethics, and impact upon the discipline. As always, tune in for …
 
UX bootcamps are all the rage for many today. Is the hype real? Can they really help a person to get a start in the discipline? Are they worth the money? Do they offer a delightful learner experience? Can they really help a person get a job? Are there job-related guarantees? In this episode, Darren bears all by providing a high-level review and exp…
 
This episode highlights questions presented from attendees at a talk Darren delivered for the folks at UserWizard, an organization that specializes in mentoring services for people transitioning into UX from other disciplines. Tune in to hear coverage about such topics as UX education, apprenticeships, and specific UX learning resources. You can le…
 
Ted Turner started buying ranch land in the early 1990s as both an investment and to conserve habitat for imperiled species at a spatial scale that would be meaningful. Today, Turner Enterprises owns nearly 2 million acres of land across the Western United States. Mark Kossler manages the ranching operations on these 15 properties, all of which inc…
 
Are you familiar with the challenge and frustration of constantly being brought into projects at the last minute? Do you wonder how you're going to achieve an optimal design without the time to conduct research? Do you know how it feels to scratch and claw about ways to bring value in the face of such challenges? This week, Darren talks about earni…
 
Have you ever seen or completed a design that you felt good about just because of how it looked? Of course, you have. Considering the fact that UX's focus on aesthetics is minimal, we must make sure to evaluate the work based on an entirely different plane. This week, Darren talks about a little-used method to help optimize our design efforts and t…
 
Spring 2021 arrived with a large percentage of the Western U.S. exhibiting below-average precipitation, in some places a lot below the 15-year mean. Matt Reeves discusses current conditions and potential ecological responses, and Shannon Neibergs analyzes livestock management options, including current cattle markets, hay supply, and herd managemen…
 
In this episode, Darren presents a metaphor comparing the assembly of vehicles and the associated commonalities with the personal development and maturity of a UX professional. Just as each vehicle may have a particular target audience, sets of vehicles still have common denominators that drive their productivity, consistency, and value. Tune in to…
 
This week, Darren spends time addressing the wealth of UX design tools on the market with the express purpose of diffusing their supposed and perceived importance. He lists several tools, as well as provides the means of how to evaluate them to select the best one for your organization's needs. As always, tune in for the deets. #ux #uxuncensored #u…
 
Ashley Hibbard may seem an unlikely rancher, but she may do more to change minds about ranching than most who seem more likely advocates. Ashley, who astute listeners will remember from the Women in Ranching Forum from SRM's 2020 annual meeting, runs an artist-in-residency program on the Sieben Live Stock Company home place in central Montana. Good…
 
In the finale of the series covering UX and the Age of Misinformation, Darren takes time to focus on how to overcome the associated challenges and thrive in light of the aforementioned stumbling blocks. Tune in to learn (or be reminded) about critical steps for the advancement and maintenance of one's personal UX maturity and how to develop a healt…
 
This installment of the current series focuses on one of the most overlooked sources of UX misinformation — the employment process. It's one thing for job descriptions to be written poorly, but there are lots of unintended consequences. When people can't get interviews and don't get hired, they assume something is wrong with them and they fix thing…
 
Gus Hormay worked with the Sieben Live Stock Company in the 1970s and 80s to help him understand rotation grazing principles. Chase and Cooper have adapted these ideas, centered on extended rest, to their context and needs. This approach has worked especially well on public lands managed for elk habitat. They received the National Cattlemen's Beef …
 
This week, Darren continues to cover dangers and examples associated with rampant misinformation in today's UX landscape, as well as a base remedy for protecting one's self against the associated threat. Tune it today to hear the deets, as well as a frightening example of misinformation and how it spreads among those who might truly want to excel i…
 
In Part Two of the series on UX and The Age of Misinformation, Darren continues providing obvious and not so obvious examples of misinformation, highlighted by the results of a faux poll used to illustrate the pulse of misinformation in today's UX spaces and addressing the dangers and risks associated with the indifference that plagues the discipli…
 
"Big ranches mean big risks", says Chase Hibbard. Large lands and lots of cattle doesn't equal guaranteed success in the economically unforgiving world of family ranching. The Sieben Live Stock Company has been around for 6 generations and has both awards and scars to show for their perseverance. All good stories have tension and dark threads in th…
 
The landscape of UX today is quite active. With information serving as a key to helping people grow and develop, one would think all of the resources being provided would be helpful, but it's anything but. Many of the resources presented today are chock full or obstacles in the form of misinformation that are adding to the seemingly ambiguous space…
 
In this extended episode, Darren and Julia (co-founder of Students of UXD) complete the special UX Q and A session. This week, we address such topics as transitioning into UX, options for learning as one transitions into the discipline, UX education paths, why or why not one might pursue a degree in user experience, learning how to communicate with…
 
Farmer and rancher mental health has been in the news the past few years, with farmer suicide rates alarmingly high. Farmers and ranchers are often seen as the embodiment of the American ideal -- the rugged individualist who is self-sufficient, doesn't need help, lives on the land, doesn't have problems . . . but the stresses of modern farming, esp…
 
In this episode, Darren presents Part 1 of a special UX Q and A session featuring Julia Fernandez, a co-founder of the Students of UXD (www.studentsofuxd.com). We start by addressing the advent of a popular and successful company into the world of UX education (and its associated risks and problems) and continue by delving into questions submitted …
 
During this continuation of UX Q & A, Darren takes on such topics as being a UXer for a startup company, the reasons for imbalanced knowledge in today's UX landscape, and realistic expectations associated with free and no-cost UX learning resources. Tune in to this special episode to hear all the deets. #ux #uxeducation #startups #uxlearningresourc…
 
Americans often refer to electric fence as "New Zealand" fence, and many other grazing innovations seem to have origins in this relative small island in the southern hemisphere. Thomas Maxwell, a pasture scholar from Lincoln University in NZ, provides an overview of the history of indigenous land use, European settlement, and domesticated grazing a…
 
As we continue the UX Q and A series, Darren tackles the following query: "If you could implement one single thing to combat some of the dilution we've had within the UX market over the years, what would it be?" Tune in to this extended session which includes coverage of what one might consider to be THE silver bullet of UX operation. #ux #uxuncens…
 
In this episode of the UX Q & A series, Darren responds to a question about managing measurement effect during observation-based research methods, identifying the methods and sharing strategies for how to optimize engagement during the initiatives. Tune in for more details #ux #measurementeffect #uxresearch #uxstrategy #darrenhood #theworldofuserex…
 
Americans are vaguely aware of pastoralism as a term connoting a lifestyle that revolves around animal raising, but most of us don't have much more understanding than a loose attempt at a definition. Fiona Flintan has spent much of her career with the International Livestock Research Institute working with pastoralist cultures in Africa, helping se…
 
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