Interviewing for a new position can be stressful. It's also a balancing act that can take time, and practice, to perfect. When it comes to salary expectations, the pressure increases exponentially. How much will they pay you? How much dare you ask for? What about benefits, and other deciding...
We’ve already discussed the absolutely savage cuts in the budget the resulted from populism beating neoliberalism. In addition to a thorough analysis of those, Dylan Mathews observes that there’s also the classic GOP crackpot magical thinking: In the budget, Trump assumes that real GDP growth will reach 3 percent by 2020 and then stay there. […]
Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 5/20/17 On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Dr. Craig Sawchuk, a Mayo Clinic psychologist, discusses mental health awareness. Also on the program, Dr. Jamie Van Gompel, a Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon, explains how new imaging techniques, including magnetic resonance elastography, are improving neurosurgery. And Dr. Show More Summary
An acclaimed drama series is about to roll out its final season, and to help viewers brace for the return of the show, BBC America is putting on an “Orphan Black” panel discussion. The cable network also released the final...
The acclaimed singer is part of The 501 Jean: Stories of an Original series,which also includes Snoop Dogg, Vince Staples, Kilo Kish, The Shelters, Joyce Manor, and King Tuff.
We also discussed the Red Pill resignation, why God isn't really saving accident victims in photos, and how babies repeating what their religious parents say isn't adorable.
Officials from Europe and America will meet in Brussels to discuss widening the laptop ban, today - just hours after Australia confirmed it's also considering similar sanctions.
Showrunner Ilene Chaiken also discusses the possibility of another death in the final episode. "Life is fleeting in 'Empire' land," she says. read more
In a new interview with The Fader, James Blake discusses his recent collaborations with Frank Ocean (on Blonde and The Colour in Anything) and Kendrick Lamar (on DAMN.) He also talked about his plans to release new music this summer and his forthcoming hip-hop collaborations. Show More Summary
Blogging with multiple contributors is a great way to keep a site full of fresh content, present different viewpoints, and encourage discussion from readers. But it can also feel like nailing jelly to a wall when trying to get all the contributors working together. Show More Summary
The junior Senator from Nebraska spends the first hour of the program today discussing his terrific new book, The Vanishing American Adult, and also the New York Times story on the Comey memo.
Science and technology are essential tools for innovation, and to reap their full potential, we also need to articulate and solve the many aspects of today's global issues that are rooted in the political, cultural, and economic realities of the human world. Show More Summary
It was good to sit down with Lehane to talk about his new psychological thriller--we also discussed film and tv writing, his move from Boston to LA, and where his ideas come from (or don't come from).
Yesterday, Janelle Monáe received an honorary degree from Dillard University, a historically black liberal arts college in New Orleans. She also spoke at the school's commencement ceremony, discussing her role as NASA physicist Mary Jackson in Hidden Figures and exhorting the graduating class to "choose freedom over fear." Watch her address and read her response…
The expansion of the so-called gag rule, which bars aid to health organizations worldwide that provide or discuss abortion services, would also sweep up groups that fight AIDS and malaria.
Trump should use his political capital to address the thorny Kurdish issue, but Europe, authoritarianism, and extradition requests are also on the table.
Via Codrea, Gottlieb outs himself again. “Like it or not,” Gottlieb observed, “the Courts have the final say whether you have gun rights or not.” You can also read a related discussion thread at reddit/r/firearms. Here is the problem. The courts don’t have the final say on whether we have gun rights. I appreciate that […]
We also discussed halal food, circumcision, and a Creationist's lawsuit over "research" in the Grand Canyon.
In the second part of Daan's interview with Image & Form's Brjann Sigurgeirsson, they go deeper into SteamWorld Dig 2 and what players can expect from it! Next to that, the fortunes of the Nintendo Switch are also discussed.
Good friend and fellow sober guy Seth Manter joins the show again to discuss the power of thought, navigating through early sobriety, and also shares why he bought a couch that had been pissed on. The guys also read an email from listener...Show More Summary