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The Podcast Resurgence: Your Definitive Listening Guide SOME OF YOU might have no idea what a podcast is. Some of you may have listened to them back in 2005, when they were declared the future of radio, and then stopped in 2008, when they clearly weren’t the future of radio. Many of you probably listen to “Serial,” not realizing that other amazing podcasts exist. (They do!) But no matter where you stand on the podcast-consuming spectrum, we’re going to repeat what folks said back in 2005 because it’s for real now: Podcasts are awesome. You should listen to some. Best free courses & lectures Updated June 29, 2012 Not every teacher is a great teacher. Not every course is a great course. So, this list is my effort to help you separate the winners from the losers. This list of the best academic podcasts and webcasts is a work-in-progress.

Atelier Bow-Wow - Four Boxes Gallery, Krabbesholm College, Skive, Denmark Photo: Anders Sune Berg Four Boxes Gallery is a building that is quintessentially Japanese, yet also strangely oversized and villa-like, as it extends the built vocabulary of the school with its clear-cut concrete edges. The Four Boxes Gallery is located on the green lawn of Krabbesholm Collage, between the white-washed facades of the Craftsmen's School and the red brick Idé-Pro factory. The Radioactive Orchestra What is the Radioactive Orchestra? The Radioactive Orchestra is a “scientific musical translator” based on our current knowledge of the structure of atomic nuclei in nuclear physics. Using the Radioactive Orchestra, you can make melodies that are based on the nuclear energy levels and gamma radiation observed in experiments at accelerator laboratories around the world. Detailed information from thousands of different nuclei across the “chart of the nuclides” is available in the Radioactive Orchestra database. Some of this radiation is found due to natural radioactivity, which is present in the environment and in our bodies.

Podcast Directory The LearnOutLoud.com Podcast Directory offers over 2000 audio & video podcasts you can learn from. We've screened thousands of podcasts to find the ones of the highest quality that you will instruct, entertain, and inspire you. Listen to or watch podcasts through our site or download them directly to your computer without any software needed. We also link to most of these podcasts on iTunes if you want to subscribe there, and we provide the RSS feeds of the podcast if you want to subscribe with other podcast applications. Sort by Creative Thinking Skills - 13 Creative Ideas worth Remembering Last weekend’s Wall Street Journal “Review” section teemed with wonderful reminders of creative ideas. These reminders were helpful for providing a handy creative thinking skills refresher on ideas that can become easy to overlook. Check out these thirteen creative ideas pulled from three of the Wall Street Journal “Review” articles.

Psychologist shows why we “choke” under pressure – and how to avoid it A star golfer misses a critical putt; a brilliant student fails to ace a test; a savvy salesperson blows a key presentation. Each of these people has suffered the same bump in mental processing: They have just choked under pressure. It's tempting to dismiss such failures as "just nerves." But to University of Chicago psychologist Sian Beilock, they are preventable results of information logjams in the brain. By studying how the brain works when we are doing our best - and when we choke - Beilock has formulated practical ideas about how to overcome performance lapses at critical moments. Beilock's research is the basis of her new book, Choke: What the Secrets of the Brain Reveal About Getting it Right When You Have To, published Sept. 21 by Simon and Schuster, Free Press.

MPM Liquid Demo Check out my blog! E-mail: kotsoft@gmail.com Fluid Instructions: You can drag the fluid around with your mouse and adjust the sliders at the top to change the properties of the fluid in real-time. Please check out this video if you're having trouble figuring out what the sliders do. rollingstone Ricky Gervais is the voice that launched a thousand comedy podcasts. The Ricky Gervais Show was a Velvet Underground-like lodestar of inspiration that also managed to put up Bieber/Gaga numbers. But when it debuted in 2005, TRGS was the only game in town. Six years later, the crowded field of comedy podcasting is now teeming with competitors. With hundreds of laugh care providers to choose from, it might be difficult to figure out which ones are worthy heirs to the erstwhile Podfather's throne.

How to Give a TEDx Talk - Your Idea Worth Spreading by Scott Meyer on 10/14/14 You have an idea worth spreading. The challenge is convincing others they should care. SCOTT BROWN & VENTURI - MUSEO DENISE SCOTT BROWN & ROBERT VENTURIInterview by Adam Marcus. . . venturi, scott brown and associates, inc., learning from las vegas studio, 1968, photograph (courtesy of venturi, scott brown and associates, inc.) "Is not Main Street almost all right?" asked Robert Venturi at the end of his 1966 manifesto, Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture, thereby sending modern architecture into a state of turmoil from which it has never really recovered. Venturi, his partner Denise Scott Brown, and their long-time collaborator Steven Izenour answered this provocative question with their 1972 opus, Learning from Las Vegas, which used lessons from the everyday American automobile city to critique the status quo of postwar modernist architecture. The book is often credited—or blamed, depending on who you ask—for opening the floodgates of postmodernist architecture that defined the 1970s and 80s.

Calorie Calculator - Daily Caloric Needs <div class="alert">Hey! You have JavaScript disabled on your browser. The calculator will not work. 20 podcasts you need to hear in 2015 “Did you listen to this week’s Serial?” That’s been the question on everyone’s lips the past three months. The podcast, which reexamined the 1999 murder case of a Baltimore teenager, become morning Gchat convo—and launched a thousand think pieces declaring 2014 “The Golden Age of Podcasts.” While individual podcasts have previously broken through the cultural consciousness—like comedian Marc Maron’s WTF in 2009—the genre has generally been a niche interest since it hit iTunes in 2005. That year, there were only about 3,000 podcasts up and running.

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