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  • California's Tax-Limiting Prop. 13 Survives Yet Another Attack | Gary Galles
    Mises Institute
    07:21
    Podcast
    519

    Prop. 15’s attempt to undermine California Prop. 13’s property tax protections for businesses has apparently failed. This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

  • TTMIK Level 10 Lesson 6 - Advanced Idiomatic Expressions 13 / 일 (Work)
    TalkToMeInKorean
    19:28
    64

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  • Hormonal Contraception and severe asthma exacerbation: Is there a link?
    BMJ talk medicine
    10:36
    Science
    347

    In this podcast, the effect of hormonal contraception on the impact of severe asthma exacerbation in women of reproductive age is discussed. Multimedia Editor of Thorax, Rachael Moses, interviews Dr Nwaru, Associate Professor of epidemiology, Krefting Research Centre, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, author of the longest longitudinal study investigating this impact in women with established asthma. [LINK]

  • TTMIK Level 10 Lesson 7 - Listing Possible Scenarios / -거나, -(ㄴ/는)다거나
    TalkToMeInKorean
    11:35
    66

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  • PEL Presents (sub)Text: The American Dream in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby"
    Partially Examined Life
    01:23:24
    61

    We all know this story, in part because it captures a period that will always have a special place in the American imagination. Prosperous and boozy, the Jazz Age seemed like one great party, held to celebrate the end of a terrible world war; the liberating promise of newly ubiquitous technologies, including electricity, the telephone, and the automobile; and a certain image of success as carefree, inexhaustibly gratifying, and available to all who try. And yet perhaps this fantasy is rooted in disillusionment, and a denial of inescapable social realities, including the impossibility of genuine social mobility. What do we mean when we talk about the American Dream? Is it realistic? Wes & Erin discuss F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby.” Subscribe: won’t always be in the PEL feed, so please subscribe to us directly: | | | Bonus content: The conversation continues on our after-show . Get this and other bonus content at by subscribing at . Follow (sub)Text: | | Thanks to Tyler Hislop for the audio editing on this episode.

  • Both Theory and Praxis: Rothbard's Plan for Laissez-Faire Activism | Ryan McMaken
    Mises Institute
    12:45
    podcast
    511

    It should be self-evident that a just and moral political regime can only exist in the long term if a sufficiently large number of people actually believe in it. Original article: https://mises.org/wire/both-theory-and-praxis-rothbards-plan-laissez-faire-activism This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Millian Quinteros.

  • Intrapreneurship 2.0: Crucial Details to Launch Your Dream
    YaleUniversity
    42:30
    73

    In this episode, guests Jeff Hoffman (co-founder, Priceline.com) and Ilana Fass (US Fintech Platform Lead, Barclays) guide our students through best practices for dreaming up internal innovations, as well as the details required to bring those dreams to life. Meanwhile, Tsai CITY specialist Matt Hooper offers tips for structuring your creativity and incentivizing your colleagues.

  • A Special Dharma Talk from Hoitsu Suzuki Roshi
    San Francisco Zen Center
    57:31
    50

    In his first ever Zoom talk, Hoitsu Suzuki Roshi speaks on zazen, Sandokai, and his father Shunryu Suzuki Roshi; Yuki Kobiyama translates.

  • Deutsch lernen (B2/C1) | Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten vom 16.11.2020
    DW Deutsch lernen
    10:01
    Deutsch lernen
    1,049

    Klickt hier, um zum Manuskript zu gelangen: http://bit.ly/Deutschlernen_Langsam-gesprochene-Nachrichten_16112020 Täglich von Montag bis Samstag findet ihr hier aktuelle Tagesnachrichten der DW – langsam und verständlich gesprochen. Neben der Audio-Datei gibt es auch den vollständigen Text zum Mitlesen. Hier geht's zur Übersichtsseite: dw.com/langsamenachrichten

  • Going back to Cali, Doing things that don't scale, and more: Our October 2020 Income Report!
    EOFire
    32:07
    105

    Every month we put together an income report to share a behind-the-scenes look at the ups and downs of running a 7-figure business. In full transparency, it’s not easy – but it IS possible. Through hearing about our mistakes, lessons learned, and our wins, we hope to inspire and motivate you to take action in your business with just one step forward every single day. For our full income report, visit , and IGNITE! October 2020 Income At-A-Glance Gross Income for October: $139,557 Total Expenses for October: $28,487 Total Net Profit for October: $111,070 Difference b/t Oct & Sept: -$107,596 % of net profit to overall gross revenue: 80% Sponsors: : Let ZipRecruiter take hiring off your plate so you can focus on growing your business. Try ZipRecruiter for free at ! : Join Thinkific’s first ever 5-day Course Challenge and walk away with a complete blueprint for your online course that you’ll be ready to put into action! Sign-up for this FREE challenge today at !

  • TDYR 399 - The Genius of a Ceiling-Mounted Greenscreen
    DanYork
    13:33
    Technology
    49

    With two hooks in the ceiling, I made the single biggest home office improvement for Zoom calls and live streaming! In this episode I talk about how useful a ceiling-mounted green screen can be, and how green screens in general can help improve the quality of your video calls or live streaming...

  • Episode 66: Thai Protests, and Bhutan's Pursuit of Happiness
    Chatham House
    01:00:10
    78

    Undercurrents returns with two new interviews! Since highly contentious elections in 2019, citizens across Thailand have engaged in largescale protests to call for constitutional reform. Ben speaks to about what the mass movement has demanded, and how the Thai government is responding so far. Then Ben is joined by to discuss how Bhutan started a global debate on gross national happiness. They discuss how Bhutan has influenced the sustainable development agenda at the United Nations and beyond, and consider what this means for small states more broadly.  Read the International Affairs article:

  • Sex Tech: Deep nudes, mating apps, and more
    Dr. Laurie Betito
    43:37
    218
  • Vaccine in Multiple Sclerosis
    BMJ talk medicine
    18:51
    Science
    1,038

    In the return of the Practical Neurology Podcast, Dr Tom Hughes interviews Dr Saúl Reyes, Consultant Neurologist at the Blizard Institute, and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, UK. They discuss the important issues regarding what vaccinations people with MS should have, and when they should have them in relation to their immunosuppressant drugs. Read the accompanying paper on the Practical Neurology's November issue and online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/practneurol-2020-002527 Please subscribe via all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify.

  • Psychosexual Morbidity in Women with Ovarian Cancer with Julia Pugh and Chloe Logue
    BMJ talk medicine
    33:48
    413

    In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Drs. Julia Pugh and Chloe Logue to discuss psychosexual morbidity in women with ovarian cancer. Dr. Julia Pugh is a Gynaecology Clinical Nurse Specialist and psychosexual therapist based at The Christie Hospital in Manchester, UK. Dr. Pugh completed her Advanced Nursing Practice Masters at the University of Manchester and offers support for psychosexual concerns of men and women with cancer. Dr. Chloe Logue is a practicing junior doctor in Manchester. She completed her academic foundation at the Christie Cancer Hospital in Gynaecological Oncology, supervised by Prof Gordon Jayson. Highlights: - 75% of women with ovarian cancer experience psychosexual morbidity, exceeding published general population values. - Key potential risk factors are: younger age, premenopausal status at diagnosis, extensive surgery, more courses of chemotherapy, cardiovascular co-morbidities and anxiety and depression. - Common presenting symptoms include: vaginal dryness (81-87%) and pain (77%), amongst reduced sexual desire and activity, impaired orgasm, diminished perceived body image and reduced partner intimacy. - The review identified that psychosexual issues are not routinely discussed nor adequately managed by clinicians. Psychosexual problems remain a priority for many women with ovarian cancer, many symptoms could be addressed by discussing their concerns and simple physical measures.

  • "Swinging Bowls" by Ayo The Producer (2020)
    Orlando Museum of Art
    12:05
    Ambient
    6

    Soundscapes for Orlando Museum of Art's fall 2020 exhibition "JEFRË: Points of Connection" produced by Grammy award-winning artist Ayo the Producer.

  • TTMIK Level 10 Lesson 4 - Suggesting Choices / -(이)나, -(이)라도
    TalkToMeInKorean
    13:31
    79

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  • Climate Adaptation Talks | Episode 3 with Caroline Mwongera
    ECDPM
    17:40
    Learning
    107

    In this podcast series, which features episodes in English and French, we want to explore the strategies that different countries are using to adapt to an increasingly volatile climate. In each episode – up until the run-up to the first-ever Climate Adaptation Summit in 2021 – one of our experts will talk to a guest about their projects and ideas to maximise the potential of climate adaptation. In our third episode, Paulina Bizzotto Molina, policy officer in ECDPM’s Sustainable food systems team, talks to Caroline Mwongera, Global Leader for Policies and Institutions for Climate Action at the Alliance of Biodiversity International and the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture, and a farming systems and climate change expert. The two discuss adaptation in food systems and how digital solutions can bridge the gap between science and farmers and the most vulnerable communities.

  • Get better at managing patients with syncope
    BMJ talk medicine
    38:30
    Science
    2,190

    In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Boon Lim from Imperial College syncope service. They discuss all aspects of this common condition. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and computer. Also, please consider leaving us a review at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/heart-podcast/id445358212?mt=2 Links https://stopfainting.com/ ESC syncope guidelines - https://academic.oup.com/eurheartj/article/39/21/1883/4939241

  • 1557-Caller-Bart-Can-Of-Corn
    A Way with Words
    05:01
    199

    A longtime baseball umpire wonders why the slang phrase can of corn refers to "an easily caught pop fly ball." Another term for "a high fly ball" is rainmaker, suggesting that the ball goes up so far that it's capable of causing a cloudburst. http://waywordradio.org