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This podcast investigates the curious history of invention and innovation. Did Thomas Edison take credit for things he didn’t actually invent? What everyday items have surprising origins? And would man have ever got to the moon without… the bra? Each episode host Dallas Campbell dives into stories of flukey discoveries, erased individuals and merky marketing ploys with the help of experts, scientists and historians. Expect new episodes every Wednesday and Sunday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.c ...
 
Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs. Every week I read a biography of an entrepreneur and find ideas you can use in your work. This quote explains why: "There are thousands of years of history in which lots and lots of very smart people worked very hard and ran all types of experiments on how to create new businesses, invent new technology, new ways to manage etc. They ran these experiments throughout their entire lives. At some point, somebody put these lessons down in a book. For v ...
 
ParentData makes sense of the latest data about pregnancy and parenting, and, sometimes, COVID-19. It offers numbers and decision-making tools, spreadsheets, statistics, and phrases I claim to invent like “Safety Turducken” and “Situational Fluency.” If this is your jam, you’re in the right place. And I hope that, by listening, you’ll feel more empowered to make your own pregnancy and parenting choices. You can subscribe to the ParentData newsletter at emilyoster.substack.com.
 
In “The Remnant," Jonah Goldberg enlists a “Cannonball Run”-style cast of stars, has-beens, and never-weres to address the most pressing issues of the day. Is America doomed? Has liberalism failed? And will mankind ever invent something better than ‘90s-era “Simpsons?” Mixing political history, pop culture, rank punditry, and shameless book-plugging, Goldberg and guests will have the kinds of conversations we wish they featured on TV. And the nudity will (almost) always be tasteful. Brace yo ...
 
Every day business and technology move forward at a rapid rate, it becomes increasingly important to explore new ways to adapt and grow for the future. Being up to date on the latest technology is important but not enough for you to get the future you want; more important is understanding and anticipating what’s coming next. Future Sight is your guide to that journey. We bring industry-leading experts together to unpack a new way of thinking around the challenges we're facing today that will ...
 
Conversations with Creative minds in the areas of music, art, writing, design and any other creative medium. Creativity is sharing ideas and concepts with great conversation and how the guest applies their muse to express, solve, assist or invent. Weekday episodes are hosted by Author, Artist and Observer of Humans, V (Vincent Kustush) and Saturday Nights LIVE with the VaJ, V is joined by co-host Jason Clarke.
 
We have travelled around the world dreaming of playing sport professionally... and we never made it. However, if if there is one skill we have acquired across that journey it is the art of being a great team-mate. We discuss anything that seems topical this week, we invent our own radio style segments and we never let an opportunity for a pun pass by! That we can guarantee. We know life gets busy, so this is our way of telling stories and having a chat with one another. So grab a beer, coffe ...
 
Lucy Wow is a brilliant 11-year old tinkerer and maker driven by the question “what if?” as she designs and makes cool mechanical inventions with her sidekick Kapow, a mechanical pigmy goat. Some of Lucy's inventions are epic...others are epic fails! But she never stops trying. Lucy Wow, part of the GoKidGo universe of shows for kids, is written and directed by NY Times bestselling children's author Patrick Carman, starring Michaela Dietz (Steven Universe), Daniel Cohen (Lego City Adventures ...
 
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Product Startup

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Product Startup

Kevin Mako of Mako Design + Invent

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The hardware product development industry's #1 podcast. From invention idea to getting onto store shelves, and everything in between. Hear how inventors, product startups, & small manufacturers created their inventions and launched their physical product businesses. Learn from the industry's top industrial designers, mechanical engineers, PCB designers, consumer product managers, manufacturers, patent attorneys, hardware investors, and more. Learn about industrial design / product design, pr ...
 
Unmask secrets of amazing inventors, investors, politicians, startups, athletes and celebrities. Eliances is the destination "Where Entrepreneurs Align," and the Heroes Show reveals the keys. Treasured discussions , superpowers and opportunities of Eliances Heroes in business are yours as interviewed by celebrity host David Cogan, the founder of Eliances, a serial entrepreneur, community trailblazer, master of ceremonies for events, tv and radio.
 
The inventor of facial recognition software was years ahead of the competition but never got credit for his work because it was kept secret by the CIA. The first VR glove was a groundbreaking piece of tech that would eventually become one of the gaming industry's biggest flops. And when Kodak execs were shown an early prototype of the first digital camera, they flat out rejected the idea. In each episode of Ahead of Its Time, you'll explore the forgotten origins of today’s most transformativ ...
 
Sarah Wilson chats wild ideas for a fired up life. The multi-New York Times bestselling author, activist, minimalist and former news journalist who founded the global phenomenon ‘I Quit Sugar’ travelled the world for 10 years (living out of one bag) to explore the freshest ways to live fully…and to save this one wild and precious life we have together. She riffs with philosophers, creatives, poets, scientists (and at least one nun!) on the Big Questions that haunt us. What goes through the m ...
 
Define your digital roadmap. Weekly podcasts featuring specialists from 451 Research and other areas of S&P Global Market Intelligence help you take a deep look at industries and companies as they invent and implement digital infrastructure. To learn more, visit: www.spglobal.com/451-research
 
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Tech For Change

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Tech For Change

Radio One - HT Smartcast

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Very often technology is used for both, good and bad things. There is a constant flux between these two which can cause you to lose faith in technology. Tech for change will aim to restore that faith. Radio One radio host, Kay will introduce you to some innovative companies and go-getters who have used technology for the social good, social change and impact. Tune in to this podcast to find out how tech is changing the world for the better. This is a Radio One production, brought to you by H ...
 
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Here, Make This...

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Here, Make This...

Andrew Jackman and Matthew Larkin

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"Here, Make This..." the podcast jam-packed full of explosive ideas by two guys too lazy to bring them to reality. Ideas for products, services, movies and TV shows. From the downright absurd to the mildly plausible. Tune in each episode as our hosts Andrew Jackman and Matt Larkin discuss and critique ideas, present some sketches and bring their fake products to life.
 
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Who invented aliens? We did. Each age invents its own. When we invented robots, aliens became robotic beings. In the Cold War, intergalactic peacemakers appear. Aliens came to abduct us in a decade when the news was full of kidnappings. In this episode Dallas discovers when we first started to think about alien life and explores how our ideas about…
 
Max Pearson presents a collection of this week's Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. Malaysia's Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim, recounts being put on trial for sodomy and corruption. Our guest is the BBC's South East Asia correspondent, Jonathan Head, who tells us about Malaysian political history. Iran's first women's minister desc…
 
In 1934, the late Percy Shaw almost crashed while driving home from the pub on a foggy night in West Yorkshire, in England. He was saved when his headlights were reflected in the eyes of a cat and it gave him a brilliant idea. He invented reflective studs for the road and called them cat’s eyes. Rachel Naylor speaks to Percy's great-niece, Glenda S…
 
One of the biggest challenges for businesses that utilise physical manufacturing is unexpected breakdowns and failures. The failure of one small bearing could take an entire production offline and stop a business dead in its tracks. This has led to many businesses to pivot away from one-point sales and towards the use of intelligent products and se…
 
Yvon was just a kid who loved to play outside, but by using the Power of Invention and Hard Work he was able to turn that love into a company that doesn’t just make money, and cool clothes, but makes the world a better place too! Tune in to hear all about the creation of Patagonia outdoor clothing and gear.…
 
In the US, the 1960s were a crucible of culture -- college students, veterans, the disadvantaged and activists across the country sought to overthrow the status quo and build their own vision of a better world. This period in time produced some of the most influential art, music and prose in recent history, and introduced LSD to the mainstream. So …
 
Mr. Four Bits joins to discuss his journey selling custom electronics in person and online. Apologies for the rattling - "live radio" one might sayTOC0:00 Mr. Four Bits Joins7:10 Is Mr. Four Bits being evicted, or going to Maker Faire Orlando?18:00 Mr. Four Bits rifles around in his lab/inventory area19:15 Ghost detector is not a PKE meter28:25 Twi…
 
Mike Morton was an Industrial Design Senior Principal at Dell for many years, and before that similar roles at HP and SunBeam, along with working with many physical consumer product inventors and startups along the way. He has also been a mentor at Capital Factory and Techstars, in addition to working with Mako Design too. Today Mike is going to sh…
 
Included in this episode:1. Forget Electric Cars, The Future of Battery Technology is in Airplanes 2. Column: What Climate Change Is Already Doing to Children's Brains 3. How to Stay Safe From COVID-19 During the 2022 Holiday Season 4. COVID-19 Is Still Upending Holiday Plans—and Inspiring Some Families to Make New Ones .…
 
Today, time travel fiction is everywhere – and we understand the cosmos enough to even speculate what is and isn’t possible. But how old is the notion of travel through time? What sorts of attitudes and ideas concerning the nature of time were seemingly necessary before humans first imagined firing up a time machine? (originally published 12/14/202…
 
In part one of this two-part series, a question from a fellow Conspiracy Realist led the gang to explore the idea of 'dangerous' prisoners -- in this follow-up, Ben, Matt and Noel explore the most fascinating part of this question: Why do so many governments consider people dangerous not for their actions... but for their ideas? They don’t want you…
 
Included in this episode:1. COVID-19 Is Still Upending Holiday Plans—and Inspiring Some Families to Make New Ones2. Elon Musk Says He Will Grant ‘Amnesty’ to Suspended Twitter Accounts 3. Column: Yes, Tech Can Be Toxic. A Whale Showed Me It Can Bring Us Closer to Nature, Too 4. 5 Ways to Survive the Holidays if You’re a Scrooge .…
 
This THANKSGIVING WEEKEND...KISS Album by Album PART 2 UNMASKED premieres @ 6am. Join V from Creativity Talkin' and Pat from The Beard Speaks Podcast as they crossover to discuss the original Kiss band from Kiss, Lick it Up to Kiss, Monster! Don't forget to SHOUT IT OUT LOUD! Please like share and subscribe! Enjoy the day! CreatiVity Talkin https:/…
 
Just now i have imagined the topic because some of the people now days they are really gone a frustrated from his job. but in this podcast trying to give new way to them . #bhayodisha #job #dreams #frustration #happiness #batch. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: …
 
A fellow Conspiracy Realist asks whether Google is propping up Mozilla to disguise their search engine monopoly. The Driver asks for more details on secret technology from the Vietnam War. Mologato gets Ben on a rant about how the US became so car-centric, prompting a far-reaching conversation about the past, present and future of transit. All this…
 
Hey, it's us, your pals Ben, Noel and Max from Ridiculous History. We figured the holidays can be stressful for everyone, and we're pretty sure you've heard the history of Thanksgiving countless times. So instead of telling you that story, we decided to celebrate by exploring the weird history of TV dinners and microwave meals -- none of which woul…
 
On 20 September 1998, the former deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Anwar Ibrahim, was arrested and charged on suspicion of committing fraud and sodomy. Homosexuality is illegal in Malaysia but charges are rare and the case was internationally condemned as being political motivated. Anwar believed that he was being framed by his former boss, the Pr…
 
Unlike other cities and towns in the Midwest, food co-ops never really caught on in Chicago. But with grocery chain mega mergers and the sky-high price of food, there's been a big uptick in interest for co-ops. We'll tell you the history behind co-ops, take you inside some that are already operating and tell you about several that are in the works.…
 
Unearthed from the ruins of ancient cities in modern-day Iraq, the reconstruction of the epic from fragments of clay tablets has been a labour of love for scholars of ancient Mesopotamia. This painstaking work has brought to life a sophisticated story of adventure, heroism and friendship, as well as a reflection on the human condition.Today, expert…
 
Mitch has this recurring bad dream... where he goes to school nude. It's the first time we have ever heard of it, and he also hasn't had to go to school for about 8 years but sometimes nightmares are just too real. Gode also tees off about cricket a lot in this episode! Here is how it went... 1:12 Who is Who 2:10 Mitch’s Piss Poor Planning 6:10 Her…
 
It's no secret that the world's prison systems have tons of serious, fundamental problems -- yet most people can agree some criminals simply cannot be allowed into the public. When a question from a fellow Conspiracy Realist leads Ben, Matt and Noel into a rabbit hole, they ask: Who are the world's most dangerous prisoners? Perhaps more importantly…
 
Ben is an ambitious guy, a great listener, and has an excellent work ethic and high integrity. Clients give high marks to his communication style; in contrast to many other practitioners, he explains in this episode of The Health and Wealth Podcast Show. www.thehealthandwealthpodcastshow.com
 
Today on our show, we’re diving even deeper into the world of corporate ventures for the Next Economy. To do this we’re listening in to a conversation with three experts in this space: frog’s own Ethan Imboden, VP of Design and Global Head of Ventures, Susana Jurado, Head of Telefónica’s Wayra Builder and Sohaila Ouffata, Managing Director of BMW i…
 
Included in this episode:1. Senate Democrats’ Campaign Chief Explains How Trump Helped His Party Hold the Senate 2. At the World Cup, Wearing a Rainbow Flag Could Get You in Trouble 3. Exclusive: MLB Execs Say There’s no Collusion in Aaron Judge Free Agency 4. Column: Don’t Let FTX Executives Off the Hook Like Bankers in 2008 .…
 
In September 1967, all Swedish traffic had to change the habit of decades and swap to driving on the right-hand side of the road. It brought them into line with most of the rest of Europe except for Britain and Ireland but caused a day of chaos. In 2016, Ashley Byrne spoke to Bjorn Sylven who remembered that day.(Photo: First day of driving on the …
 
Michael Solomon is a Marketing Professor at Saint Joseph’s University, has written over 30 books, and teaches the Engage marketing course on Teachable. He is also a fellow writer with me at Forbes Magazine. Today Michael is going to share some valuable knowledge for inventors, startups, and small manufacturers on what the AIDA marketing method is, …
 
Last year, Remnant regular Matt Ridley published Viral: The Search for the Origin of COVID-19, which explored the theory that the virus leaked from a laboratory. Today, he’s back on the program to discuss how things have changed since the book’s publication with a suitably COVID-addled Jonah. Has the lab-leak theory become more persuasive? Did the …
 
The world’s first Loop-the-Loop roller coaster gave so many people whiplash that they kept a medical team on the payroll. Find out where roller coasters began; why your hands sweat when you’re on them; and how long it takes the human brain to realise that it’s fallen to its death (perhaps). Dallas’s guest today is the world’s only thrill engineer B…
 
For members of the mob, the plot to kidnap J. Paul Getty's grandson was a home run -- after all, what's a few million to a literal billionaire? Yet, as it turns out... the mob didn't know who they were messing with. In the second part of this two-part series, Ben, Noel and Max explore a series of terrifying events that led to one of most ridiculous…
 
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