What defines you? Is it your past? How you look? I doubt it. It’s the course we chart from dawn to dusk that makes us who we are. Seventeen years ago, Sean O’Neill – artist athlete and big brother to pro climber Timmy O’Neill – lost the use of his legs after jumping from a bridge into the Mississippi River. Show More Summary
Great outdoor writing lacks ego. When listener Andy Guinigundo’s email appeared in the inbox on a rainy spring day, I read through it, read it again and thought “Damn, I wish I could have been there.? That’s because no matter where you ski, whether it’s the Alaskan steeps or a local hill in Southeast Indiana, a powder day is a magical thing. Show More Summary
In spring of 1991, Tom Broxson survived a 200-foot fall – a full rope length -- off the top of Yosemite Valley’s Washington Column. To this day, Tom, his climbing partner Pat and the rescuers who saved his life aren’t exactly sure what happened. Show More Summary
The Weather Channel’s Local on the 8’s. NOAA. Surf cams. We’ve all been there – staring at the places we would like to be through a computer or television screen. We shut our eyes at our desks and try to imagine the feel of cutting through...Show More Summary
Today marks the first anniversary of the Dirtbag Diaries. Along the way, hundreds of you have written in offering words of encouragement, story ideas and suggestions for improvement. Some of you have even offered to donate money, which is so very kind, but totally unnecessary. Show More Summary
In the summer of 2007, kayaker and blogger Shane Robinson found himself paddling down Peru’s isolated Apurimac River, one of the Amazon’s five major tributaries. Ahead of him lay the Abysmo – a deep, daunting gash in the earth. Thousand foot cliffs rose from the river bottom. Show More Summary
“You don't have to be a fantastic hero to do certain things -- to compete. You can be just an ordinary chap, sufficiently motivated to reach challenging goals." -- Sir Edmund Hillary There is nothing more fulfilling than grabbing an idea out of the air, giving it shape and realizing it. Show More Summary
There was nothing exceptional about how Ryan Utz and Micah Helser became friends. After nodding at each other in the office hallways for weeks, they happened to discover that they shared an interest in sustainable building. They got to talking and pretty soon found that they both shared a love for climbing and the great outdoors. Show More Summary
Click here to listen to Memories of Didima (Swami Muktananda Giri), Mother of Anandamayi Ma if you do not see the player above. The podcast length is 16:55 minutes. Swami Muktananda Giri, the mother of Anandamayi Ma In America before...Show More Summary
Django Django’s new album ‘Born Under Saturn’ is a heavy hitter, spoiling us with endless thrills and spills that are mostly redolent of the great synth pop songs that emerged in the 1980’s. Production has improved since back then and this album really fills the space that is blood soaked between the left and right earbuds. Show More Summary
Listen to the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring interviews with Shaka Hislop and Raphael Gellar. During the interview with Shaka Hislop, the ESPN soccer analyst discusses West Ham United’s form this season, whether he has faith in Slaven Bilic, as well as his memories of playing with […]
Quick recap: John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular is a parody of an ebook by an obnoxious bigot who is obsessed with me, and I said (full details here) that if people raised $2,500 for Con or Bust, which funds science fiction convention memberships for people of color, […]
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This weekend is PAX in Seattle, and this podcast was recorded live from my hotel room, using my headphones' in-line microphone sooo... Audio quality is just alright at best. Either way, we talk about the phenomenon that is PAX pin trading, another Oculus Rift demo, yet another Apple TV gaming rumor, and a few iOS
In this week's address, the President spoke about his upcoming trip to Alaska, during which he will view the effects of climate change firsthand. Alaskans are already living with the impact of climate change, with glaciers melting faster, and temperatures projected to rise between six and twelve degrees by the end of the century. Show More Summary
There's more to London's cemeteries than meets the eye.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee joined me today: Audio: 08-28hhs-huckabee Transcript: HH: Pleased to welcome back Governor Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, star of Fox News Channel. Governor, welcome, it’s always a pleasure to talk to you. MH: Hugh, it’s a pleasure to be back, thank you, sir. HH: You must be happy. Show More Summary
PSYCHOLOGY NOT POLITICS HONEST ASSESSMENT OF HOW MY 'SPIRIT' WAS CHANGED TODAY BY THE EXTERNAL FORCES OF 'BLACK SELF-COLONIZATION'This Is An Honest Representation Of How My SPIRITUAL DISPOSITION Was Changed Today IN THE OFFICE - EARLY AFTERNOON Compassionate, Empathetic. Show More Summary
Patty McCord helped create a workplace at Netflix that runs more like a professional sports team than a family. If you're not up to scratch, you're off the team. Is this the future of work?
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