The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Watch, TV, Mac, and Apple! Are 32 GB iPhones "slow"? Are intel modems "slow"? And invitations are out for Apple's October MacBook Pro event — whatShow More Summary
Casey Mulligan of the University of Chicago talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about life in Cuba. Mulligan, who recently returned from a trip to Cuba, discusses the economy, the standard of living and some of the peculiarities of...Show More Summary
In this episode, Michele Cushatt and I discuss the topic of accountability in leadership. Most leaders avoid it. Real leaders embrace it. The reason is that taking responsibility for your attitudes, actions, and overall results is tremendously liberating. Show More Summary
A few weeks ago, I gave the FH Gruen lecture, on the topic After reform: the economic policy agenda in the 21st century. Thanks to sound editor Simon Kravis, I now have a version of the podcast with improved audio quality, but unfortunately the part of my tribute to Fred that was drowned out by […]
Dr. Larry LaFontaine is best known to fans of Feast of Fun as the incredible Lola Von Miramar whose first time in drag was in our very first episode of Cooking with Drag Queens where we fried up tostones and smashed them with cha cha...Show More Summary
On the Overthinking It Podcast, we tackle the myths of the old west by looking at Westworld, The Magnificent Seven, and Blazing Saddles. Episode 434: Six Tim Gunns originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
“Your brain has expectations, and it doesn’t want to be wrong. So when it’s wrong, it just makes up the difference.” – Erik Vance Erik Vance (@erikvance) is an award-winning science writer based in California and Mexico City. After working as a scientist on research projects dealing with dolphin intelligence and coastal ecology, he became an […]
In the last few days, we have been pondering the existence of time and its relationship with deep philosophical ideas such as determinism/free will, causality, and idealism. The textbook inspiring such ruminations was Gleick’s Time Travel, and its soundtrack, a bunch of paradoxical bangers that span the space-time continuum with a mix of melancholy and […]
Stock Valuations and ETFs, ETF and Bull & Bear Markets, Bond ETFs, Large Cap ETFs, Technology ETFs Click here to listen to the show
This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to...
Chris Forte talks about experiencing this quote in careers and the meaning behind it. The post It’s Business, Not Personal appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Jeff is the father of two T1D kids and the founder of the coolest wiffle ball tournament in the world. If you want to play wiffle ball with some of the MLBs biggest stars while helping to strike out diabetes… click here to read about SLAMT1D. Here at SLAMT1D we are all about community. As an organization, […]
A discussion of the role that offshore played in Iceland's banking bubble and implosion, plus a high level corruption scandal in Spain.
GM Maurice AshleyPhoto by Daaim Shabazz GM Maurice Ashley was inducted into the U.S. Chess Hall of Fame back in April and thus a culmination to the decades of service rendered to the worldwide chess community. Known to the world primarily as a commentator, Ashley had dabbled in the organization realm by successfully hosting the […]
Our weekly politics podcast tells you everything you need to know about the last seven days in Ottawa The post Maclean’s on the Hill: On CETA’s collapse, Chanie Wenjack, and Trump appeared first on Macleans.ca.
With the announcement of the Nintendo Switch being the actual elephant in the news room this week, we kick off the podcast by talking about the new Nintendo hybrid portable console along with questions we cant answered and some hefty speculation. There's just so many questions with the Switch, it's honestly worse than an episode
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Venezuela has just about every economic advantage a country could ask for: fertile land, good climate, educated population, and oil, lots and lots of oil. So how did it go so wrong?
John August: Hey, this is John. So this is Episode 272 of Scriptnotes. Now usually we go to the Austin Film Festival and we have a big live Scriptnotes show but this year was different because I wasn’t going to be there. So Craig was going to do some little interviews with some individual writers […]
David Axelrod joined me this AM to discuss the very unique circumstance of a sitting president really campaigning hard: The audio: 10-21hhs-axelrod The transcript: HH: David, welcome, good morning, welcome back to the Hugh Hewitt Show. DA:...Show More Summary