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Technology is everywhere, and we're here to talk about it. Tednologic is a podcast hosted by Ted Kritsonis that dives into the impact tech has in this world we live in. The best part? You don't need to be tech-savvy to understand the topic of every episode, but even if you do know your stuff, you may come away learning something new. Ted has been covering the tech industry for the last 20 years, and contributed to various publications, including the Globe and Mail, CBC.ca, Digital Trends, An ...
 
The Tom Barnard Show features local and national guests and is heavily focused on humor. Tom Barnard, host of the #1 local morning show in the United States since 1986, created the podcast with the goal of a show with more creativity and flexibility than radio. Tom hosts the show along with his wife Kathryn, daughter Alex, and son Andy. It airs live central time, Monday-Friday 11 AM to 1 PM CST. You can stream it live at www.tombarnardshow.com, seen in live HD video on Youtube, reached via i ...
 
AIB Market Talk features a weekly discussion including our Economists and Treasury experts, providing you with specialist insight into the prevailing topics impacting Financial Markets. Our full legal disclaimer can be viewed here https://aib.ie/fxcentre/podcast-disclaimer You can subscribe to the series or download individual episodes via iTunes, Android and Soundcloud.
 
Welcome to the beat-Beat Central Podcast. Each episode is harmoniously & continuously mixed and mashed from start to finish with a daring flare of art, a touch of skill, and passion for mixing music. I’ve deejayed professionally but, now I DJ just for fun. I enjoy making mashups and remixes of my favorite songs for myself to listen to while I work, play, and make art. I decided to share these mixes with the rest of the world. I add the element of harmonic mixing for beautiful sound atmospher ...
 
These podcast are designed for people living in the Central Valley of California. Physician educating the general public on interesting healthcare topics that you don't necessarily want to visit a doctor to be educated. Topics include anything from Allergies to Migraines to Toddler Nutrition to Liver Disease. The Podcast are launched weekly on Wednesday “Wednesday Wellness” and can be found on iTunes, Android and at FMMS.org. Podcast are produced by Fresno Madera Medical Society. The mission ...
 
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This week, we cover AI sentience, midrange smartphones, our thoughts on Prime Day, and more. Links: Can Google's LaMDA chatbot actually be sentient? | Android Central TCL Stylus 5G Review: Not the Note you're looking for | Android Central Moto G Stylus 5G (2022) review: Finally, a Motorola phone I can recommend | Android Central The Galaxy S22 FE m…
 
Up to now, we hadn't done any stories from Season 18 shy of Logopolis and we were missing out! This time we look at The Leisure Hive and while it starts with a bit of a slow-burn murder mystery it soon cranks up the bonkers with some of the greatest cliffhangers we've ever seen, a completely WTF ending, and a race of aliens who die when they've los…
 
WE ARE READY TO TRANSMIT! WE ARE READY TO TRANSMIT! This month our #RoadtoHellier pulls off to the side of the road to listen in to the Subspace Radio Network as we talk about the late Rev. Robert Short and his experiences channeling the Space Intelligence Korton! As wild as the story may seem, we do recognize that similar elements of Short's story…
 
Minnesota House Republican Pat Garofolo and Democratic House Ryan Winkler join us to talk politics. These guys are actually aligned on more issues than one would think. We learn the THC gummies legislation passed in the last session under the radar and will be legal tomorrow (July 1) in Minnesota. We also talk about legalization of sports gambling …
 
The Beach Boys are one of those bands that absolutely everyone in America knows about, regardless of background. On the surface, it seems silly. A bunch of boys singing about surfing and going to the beach? As it turns out, if you have a strong enough talent behind it, you can basically sing about anything and become legendary. And let's not forget…
 
Haskell's has been around since prohibition got axed, which is longer than almost everyone reading this. That officially makes it a Minnesota institution. July 4th is also a Minnesota institution. Why not combine the two? Wine and fireworks - from a safe distance, of course. Plus, wine already comes in two of the three colors of the American flag. …
 
It's the Fourth of July. You've got a plate of hot dogs. How many do you eat? Two, maybe three? How about 76? With buns. If that sounds humanly impossible, we have proof that it's not. To be fair, only one person has ever done it. His name is Joey Chestnut, and you may say that he has an unfair advantage because even his name is food, but Geoffrey …
 
If Kristyn sounds strange today, it's because she's not Kristyn. She's Lauren. In a lot of ways, Lauren is the anti-Kristyn. Kristyn is on the west coast, Lauren is on the east. And...I guess that's about it. She's not even really the anti-Tom either, because she agrees that movies are too long, including Top Gun: Maverick. Is there anyone she does…
 
Have you heard about the almost supernatural bond twins have? Real twins, not The Twins. There's nothing supernatural about what they do. I'm talking about the fact that they seem to be able to communicate without even speaking. Apparently this ability crosses the boundary between our world and the next. At least, if Elvis is to be believed. And sp…
 
Peter Borne, owner of the world's only floating recording studio stops by to plug his summer concert series and in the meantime, cut a commercial live, on the air for Walser Automotive. We breifly turn to electric cars but spend more time talking about an all original 1956 Hammond B3 organ that hadn't been played in 4 decades. See omnystudio.com/li…
 
The world is ending. We're all going to die. To be more specific, right wing people are potentially going to be allowed to say whatever they want on Twitter. Dancing is just harmless fun, right? Wrong. Dancing will put you in a nursing home at the age of 30. You know, GOOD TIMES right!? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
There are some foods that can only be described as "polarizing". Things like gefilte fish, Marmite, and salty licorice. About 95% of people won't touch it, the other 5% can't live without it. But there's a classification below that. It's not quite controversial, but it still inspires revulsion in at least some people. Mayonnaise and Velveeta are tw…
 
Depending on your age, MAD could mean a few different things. In the 50s, it was a magazine. In the 60s and 70s, it was Mutual Assured Destruction. Now there's a new acronym in town: Massive Attacks of Disruption. We've seen a few just in the past few years. Pandemics, riots, and the chip shortage have caused some of the biggest disruptions in the …
 
Are we still in the space age? It depends on who you ask. Officially, yes. But NASA hasn't launched a shuttle in over a decade. We haven't set foot on a non-earth object in 50 years. So what's so spacey about the current age? Privatization, for one. Everyone's upset at the ultra wealthy multi-billionaires that seem so common these days, but a lot o…
 
People like comfort zones. This has become exponentially more true as social media has gotten more popular. Now you can literally surround yourself with like-minded sycophants at the push of a button. No longer do you have to suffer the slings and arrows of polite disagreement. And while that may seem nice for a while, it's not a constructive way t…
 
America has a problem with mind-altering substances. Alcohol, fentanyl, weed. We want it all so we don't have to think too hard about the real world. This isn't a good thing. But who's to blame? Shadowy corporations getting us all hooked? Humanity's proclivity for escapism? Or maybe it's reality's fault for being so crappy. Lucky for you, there's a…
 
Every day, we're all flooded with negativity. At least, those of us who watch the news or use social media are. How do we cope? Tia suggests that you Arrive At Happy. Yes, happiness is a choice, but it's not a literal choice. You don't just decide to be happy one day. What you do decide is to increase the positivity in your life. For example, stop …
 
Every generation thinks they've got parenting all figured out. The one before them was old-fashioned and lacking in scientific method. The one after them is too new-age and experimental. Of course, in reality, no generation has parenting all figured out. We probably never will. There are some universal truths about childhood that we've learned over…
 
It's that time again: time to fix all of the world's issues. Today we're solving human stupidity. Ideally, it will no longer exist once this episode is over. Yes, it's a tall order, but if anyone can solve a fundamental problem with the human species, it's us. Next time we'll tackle messiah complexes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Benevolence is a good thing. It means making the world a better place just because you can. The past few years have reminded us that benevolence is the exception, not the rule. But it does exist. Ari's book catalogues a few such examples. Even something as simple as being friendly can improve the world to a small degree, and it takes virtually no e…
 
There's a word you're not allowed to say. Actually, there are several, but you probably guessed the one I'm talking about. And if you're a Soundcloud rapper, you probably think you're immune to this rule. No longer. Reverend Christopher has demanded an end to it. And it makes sense. A word can't be horribly offensive and casually flung around at th…
 
Fourteen years ago today! Midnight premiered and gave us an episode that, at the time, we weren't all that impressed by. And now, in 2022, we revisit Midnight and are pleasantly surprised to say that we were totally wrong with our initial impressions back in 2008. Midnight is really good and, frankly, the paranoia and mob mentality hits a little st…
 
Everyone loves dinosaurs. Why? Nobody knows. It could be the mystique of something that no longer exists. It could be because they're big, and that's cool. It could be because Winston tastes good like a cigarette should. Whatever the reason, they've captivated humanity, and Steve is helping them do it by digging up their bones. Hey, skeletons are c…
 
Apparently Tim Lammers isn't actually Tom Cruise's biggest fan. That honor goes to Mike Bryant, and he didn't even know it. It took a non-believer like Kathryn for him to figure it out. He's been a fan since the early 80s. And speaking of a million years ago, one of Tom's co-workers from well before the KQ years calls in out of the blue. You've hea…
 
Basketball has changed over the years. These days, basketball players are 11 feet tall and can throw a basketball at the speed of sound. Or something like that. In years gone by, it was much more methodical. You had a designated shooter, and players listened to the coach. That coach was Ray Scott. He's still got his finger on the pulse of the game,…
 
In the wake of Apple's WWDC 2022, we have many thoughts and questions as Android users. We also ponder what's going on in the AR space with Google, Apple, and others. Links: 10 things iOS 16 'stole' from Android | Android Central AR isn't ready for the real world yet, and Apple's WWDC conference proved it | Android Central iPadOS 16 and Stage Manag…
 
Remember the days you could laugh at Groucho and not feel guilty about it or when you could leave your house and not worry about texts, emails and phone calls! Just leaving the front door, you were immediately off the grid. Well reminisce with us today on the Best Of The Family, completely free of charge! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Today we see the final battle between the forces of light and darkness. Okay, maybe not darkness. Crabbiness, perhaps. Alicia believes in staying positive whenever possible. Tom...doesn't. But before you start cheering for Tom converted to the side of puppies and unicorns, remember that yang always needs yin. Without balance, the whole universe cou…
 
Dracula is one of the most enduring characters in the horror genre, and for good reason. Before him, most monsters were powerful yet not particularly intelligent. A giant lion is scary, sure, but you can always outsmart it. Not so with Dracula. He's not only more powerful than you but smarter as well. How do you defeat that? Maybe you don't. If the…
 
Shruti Shekar and Nick Sutrich sit down with Carl Pei to discuss his journey from OnePlus to Nothing, creating meaningful products, and everything in between. Links: Nothing phone (1) launch date officially confirmed — RSVP now for the big reveal | Android Central Sponsors: Indeed: Choose Indeed and join 3 million companies worldwide who use Indeed…
 
Everyone has a strong negative memory of the first time a movie really freaked them out. This is an evolutionary mechanism to make it so you avoid bad things in the future. Apparently horror movies have somehow managed to defeat this mechanism, because people love them. They love being scared. Dean is not only scared, but he's Scared & Alone, Satur…
 
Sixty five million years ago, something happened that changed the world forever. It was called Dragnet, and apparently people are still watching it. Well, one person anyway. The rest of us are watching dinosaurs roam the earth through the magic of computer generated imagery. And maybe rubber costumes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Have you ever been called a sissy? How about in a positive way? If you're wondering how that's possible, it's because Landyn is taking the word in a different direction. You know how "bad" used to mean "good"? It's kind of like that. He even made a song about it with Donny West, and he's debuting it right here. So for all you sissy boys out there, …
 
There's a paradox in America right now. Every boss can't find employees, and every unemployed person can't find a job. Clearly, there's an issue somewhere in the hiring process. Gene has identified at least one of them: bad resumés. You already know to avoid typos, grammatical mistakes, that sort of thing. But did you think about your email address…
 
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