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Kinks and Beats is a daily look at two of the greatest musical acts of all time. Every day, host Tony Frye will tackle one song from The Beatles or The Kinks and discuss aspects related to music theory, cultural impact, or just his own thoughts about the song. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the show and leave a voicemail about their favorite/least favorite tracks for inclusion in future episodes.
 
Free World Theory — it’s the podcast you’re not supposed to listen to. The 30-minute pilot episode is a collage of amazing ideas. Step right up, ladies and gentlemen — fly in the cognitron, a futuristic ship built to navigate The American Dream, meet the cannibals who want to boil you in a pot in the swamps of Washington D.C., hear the great genius, Aldous Huxley, himself, author of Brave New World and The Doors of Perception demonstrate how you — yes, you — are under mind control… And a lot ...
 
Gesa Ziemer - COMPLICITY A COLLECTIVE ACTION IN ARTS AND DAILY LIFEThuesday, February, 9th, 2010 at 7.00 p.m.Cankarjev dom, M1Complices are partners that jointly decide to plan and execute a crime. Yet complicities are also a legal practice among artists, entrepreneurs and scientists. Complicity is a temporary and yet obliging and intensive form of collaboration. Using images and texts, this contribution calls for an artistic mode of research in which dance, music, business and science are t ...
 
Urbane D.A.B. is a platform for trap epistemology which is branch of Philosophy concerned with the theory of “street” knowledge. What’s Trap? “Trap” is a subculture of Urban society used to exhibit agency and harmony within the cultural significance it derives from! D.A.B. with a purpose 🙏🏾
 
Published in 1920, Slosson’s Easy Lessons in Einstein is one of the first popularizations of Einstein’s theory of relativity. This book is meant to convey to the general reader the ideas of relativity in non-mathematical terms, by the use of thought experiements and pop-cultural references of the day. This edition also includes a short article by Einstein on Time, Space and Gravitation. (Summary by JoeD)
 
The Youth Development Podcast Series showcases staff from the University of Minnesota Extension, Center for Youth Development. Youth professionals discuss research, theory and best practices in youth development. Topics include: youth programs, youth issues, volunteer development, citizenship and leadership, program quality, program evaluation, cultural diversity and social and emotional learning.
 
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Why is it that we can make impressive progress in science but we make zero progress in politics? It’s because science and politics are complete opposites. This episode explains why science can be used to create technologies that makes our lives easier, and why it’s not possible to do so in politics. This episode also begins to explanation of the sc…
 
4,500 years ago in a Mesopotamian city called Lagash, the first use of the word “freedom” appeared. Someone in that ancient and long-dead city state wrote the word down because the city was having the very same problems we have today in modern America. This episodes explains why, for thousands of years, civilization has made no progress towards act…
 
This episode explains the central reason why there is so much political turmoil around the world today. Because of the rise of digital technology, the organization of society is changing from political dominance to network dominance. Everybody senses that political systems are failing worldwide. They are failing because they have become out of date…
 
There are only two ways people can be organized, through hierarchies or networks. There are no other possibilities. Thousands of years ago when nomadic wanderers first settled into agricultural communities, the first hierarchical rulers muscled in. According to historian, Will Durant, it was probably the first viscious killer to attack an agricultu…
 
Football has transformed from a grassroots game people played in the streets with a pig bladder, to an international, multi-billion-dollar game operating under a multi-national organisation. It's slick, it's corporate, but it's also grassroots and gritty. In the many meanings of the game, some of them seem to contradict, yet are still considered va…
 
Free World Theory, Episode 3. The rise of technology is causing society to be more and more decentralized. Governments would like to stop it, but — as Alvin Toffler predicted decades ago — it’s an irreversable trend. To illustrate the huge revolutionary power of this trend, Chas Holloway continues to explain the history of money from its beginnings…
 
Marquise Richards (also known as @MarquiseDavon) is an Activist, Educator and Multi-Media Practitioner and in this episode, we talk through his creative reasoning, why he does what he does and how he pairs his work with his political activism. Find Marquise on Instagram, DearRDG, Rational Anger Podcast and This is We. Find ME and the podcast on soc…
 
On March 31st, 2021, the UK government published a report which claimed institutional racism no longer existed in British Society. Interested by this bold conclusion, I reviewed the report, uncovering a bubbling disdain for academic rigour, qualitative data and the people who the report researches. In this episode, I go through my findings of the r…
 
Todays episode will be centered around Max Weber and his book The Protestant Ethics and The Spirit of Capitalism. But before we get to that, we will be talking about his term ideal types, which is a way to bring order to the world. In The Protestant Ethics and The Spirit of Capitalism, Weber creates two ideal types. That of protestantism, and that …
 
The Youth in Agriculture Series continues with Part 2: communicating with Gen Z on the Farm! Samantha, Joe and Kari explore how farmers/producers can communicate with, set expectations, give parameters for social media use, open a feedback loop and establish norms between a youth employee and employer. Samantha shares conversations she’s had with p…
 
In the early 20th century, there were two great dystopian novels that warned of a future age of tyranny, two models of how the U.S. and the western world would end — Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and George Orwell’s 1984. Most people feared the 1984 scenario, a takeover by a brutal police state. But the real threat, the real events happening now,…
 
The Youth Development Podcast Season 4 kicks off with a Youth in Agriculture Series! Samantha, Joe and Kari give an introduction to the topic, a conversation about current trends in Ag and how Generation Z youth will impact the workforce. Using research data intermixed with fun personal stories, Samantha describes the characteristics of Gen Z (born…
 
Neoliberalism is a socio-economic model that exists everywhere, but what happens when it exists inside a media text that is set in a world that has been destroyed by nuclear war? Well, I go to town explaining what that's a thing and how it's a problem because lets be honest, we treat money like it's magical. Find ME and the podcast on socials: Twit…
 
THE ESSAY THAT STARTED THIS PODCAST: R.W. Connell's* theory of Hegemonic Masculinity argues that men exert their power in society through the expression of patriarchy to control the people through ideology. I take this argument, support it with Stuart Hall's Decoding principal and argue that it's so influential as an ideology, that when feminist wo…
 
Another of Paul's solo efforts within the Beatles is a simple folk song recorded on the same sessions as an abandoned Harrison track, an abandoned McCartney track, and one of the worst tracks on The White Album. Join our Facebook group and chat with other fans of rock's two greatest bands! And follow us on Twitter, too! ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
Clubhouse is a new, invite and audio-only social media platform that was popularised by celebrities and media professionals who flocked to the platform as it went into a beta-release. Featuring on Twitter daily for the shenanigans people get themselves into this episode talks about my findings and experiences on the app so far. Having gotten access…
 
George Harrison may have been new to songwriting but it didn't take him long to establish several signature moves. Also, listen to the end of this one, please. Join our Facebook group and chat with other fans of rock's two greatest bands! And follow us on Twitter, too! ★ Support this podcast ★저자 Hero Habit
 
One could argue, as I have, that this track as well as the album that bears its name is the greatest assemblage of musicians on any solo Beatles album. Join our Facebook group and chat with other fans of rock's two greatest bands! And follow us on Twitter, too! ★ Support this podcast ★저자 Hero Habit
 
Going through the archive this week, I've come good on a promise to share with you a previously unreleased, juicy portion of content by Eeds Mckenzie, Co-Host of Don't Alert the Stans Podcast and Host of AndWithTech, UX/UI Designer and overall tech fanatic. We talk about Tiktok, social media and surveillance, Ruha Benjamin's Race After Technology a…
 
This is a rare occurrence of The Beatles recording a song in two separate sections for editing later even though the whole thing was done in one evening session. Join our Facebook group and chat with other fans of rock's two greatest bands! And follow us on Twitter, too! ★ Support this podcast ★저자 Hero Habit
 
Thank you to everyone who's listened over the past eight months. This episode reacts to the Spotify Unwrapped News, Warns you about Porn Bots and tells you what episodes are to come throughout December and January. Music by Amine Maxwell: Lovely Shared under Creative Commons 3.0 licencing agreement. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/om…
 
On Wednesday I was inspired by a wave of overflowing nostalgia felt by a Twitter thread talking about the social media that got us into social media. For myself and many others, Habbo Hotel was the platform who deserved that title and in response I've made this episode, reminiscing on the character building, bank account emptying time I got scammed…
 
In this podcast, Quincy Powe, 4-H Alumni, shares his perspective of how to address racial justice through youth voice. Based on his experience as a youth and now his work as a young adult, Quincy provides insight of how to encourage youth to believe in their own voice, have youth create their own table (rather than inviting them to the "adult table…
 
DISCOURSE is the show that looks at media texts and talks about them but without all the media theory. This week, I crack open a small conversation into Fallout 4's Factions: The Institue, The Brotherhood of Steel, The Railroad and The Minutemen to ask; what do they have in common, what sets them apart and what can I take from my own presence withi…
 
What can we learn from young people who are talking about racial injustice in their community? In this podcast, we will hear from two Hmong-American youth who participated in 4-H programs this past summer that provided a safe space to discuss racial injustice. They share how it changed the way they think about these issues and has motivated them to…
 
DISCOURSE is the media show that talks about media. It's low budget, rambly and all about talking about talking. This episode is all about Netflix's Snowpiercer; a socio-political commentary that looks at the world through a dystopian class struggle, but undoes all of the important socialist commentary to advocate for authoritarianism ...FOR CONTEN…
 
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