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Voted #1 in Vue weekly Magazine , Metro Magazine , nominated 8th in the world against Adam corolla , Artie Lange and Dan Savage in the mature category & Winners of Monkeys Fighting Robots peoples choice award in the amateur podcast awards The Awesome Hour is a SOCAN licensed podcast on all things awesome from pop culture to strange news to bad life choices with a music bed of tasty tunes. From top40 to heavy metal and everything in between. The awesome hour is just that Alec , Ivan and Corbo ...
 
A weekly film review podcast hosted by a couple of nerdy college students that's only sometimes pretentious. They will be reviewing some classics from the Criterion Collection, and an occasional Disney, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO or even Showtime film. Our esteemed reviewers will also spend some time discussing new movies that they are excited about and any other exciting industry news they happen across.
 
The Super Fantastic Nerd Hour is a podcast dedicated to all the things that nerds love. We explore science fiction, fantasy, comic books, TV shows, movies, video games, and sometimes action figures. During the INFINITE CROSSOVER CHAMBER we mashup our favorite characters against each other to see who would win (because that’s what nerds do when they get together). Each episode also includes cool recommendations for stuff you might like. Hosted by Ali Mattu and H.A. Conrad.
 
Join Esther Boykin and Erica Turner, two licensed marriage & family therapists who run Therapy is Not a Dirty Word- a collection of workshops, retreats, happy hours, and other awesome ways to bring people and therapists together in real life. We bring professional expertise into beautiful, fun, and inspiring settings to make the wisdom of therapy more accessible to everyone. With that being said… let’s start the podcast! |Psst... podcasts aren't therapy. Please consult a health professional ...
 
Science is awesome. It’s fascinating, it sparks curiosity, and it’s the reason most of us are alive today. Sometimes, it sucks... from applying for funding, to spending hours in the lab, to lack of representation in many science fields. The show is hosted by Ive Velikova, a Master's candidate in science communication at Laurentian University. Each week, we talk about the ins and outs of scientific research and how it impacts our lives. Welcome to Science Sucks! Support this podcast: https:// ...
 
If baseball isn't your cup of tea, Rounding Third is your half-caff, double-skinny, cinnamon dolce latte with a twist! Written for people who are surrounded by overzealous baseball fans (like us) that want to know JUST enough about what's going on to keep up with the conversation, but don't want to watch David Ortiz spit on his hands for nine hours. It's like "The Daily Show" for baseball, except we don't have Jon Stewart, and it's only once a week. Factual first, funny second, 100% awesome.
 
That Marketing Dude was founded by me, Luke Benjamin Thomas, a world traveler, digital nomad and motor mouth. I help digital nomads and location independent entrepreneurs, and those aspiring to become either, to build businesses that allow them to focus more on travel. I started this podcast because I was sick of listening to the same type of shows... So I created something different. I bring on guests as "co-hosts", not to interrogate them. I publish 3 shows a month talking about a specific ...
 
The OnSpot Fitness podcast is dedicated to helping you to win in the areas of living a fit, healthy and whole life. I am saddened every time I hear a story of someone trying so hard and never getting anywhere when it comes to building a healthy lifestyle. So many people diet like crazy, workout like mad people, work too many hours a week and sacrifice way too much of life, never reaching that goal they have set. There becomes a time where one just gives up being that gerbil in the wheel of l ...
 
GayVoice Podcast is a podcast that focuses on all the sh*t you have no time to. So if you wanna catch up with all the mess going on in the world, but don’t want to spend hours down clickbait articles, gossip instagrams and youtube rabbit holes, GayVoice delivers all the hottest topics in a one to two hour podcast, with a gay twist. We’re your gay best friends who you’re not sure really like you but always have your best interests in mind. We’re also your black bitter aunties who you love spe ...
 
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As analysts, we often have unique knowledge of the data, specialized responsibilities for data-related deliverables, and an expectation that we’ll be at the ready to dive into high priority requests. What happens, then, when we’re out of the office, be that for a planned vacation, for an unexpected illness, or for bringing a new human being into th…
 
You know that sinking feeling: the automated report went out first thing Monday morning, and your Slack messages have been blowing up ever since because revenue flatlined on Saturday afternoon! You frantically start digging in (spilling your coffee in the process!) while you’re torn between hoping that it’s “just a data issue” (which would be good …
 
As we put the awfulness of 2020 in the rearview mirror, we thought it might be fun to look back to another bleak period: the 2007-2008 financial crisis! Why? Because Tim hasn’t stopped talking about Subprime Attention Crisis—the Tim Hwang book that draws a parallel between the digital advertising ecosystem and the subprime lending crisis from a dec…
 
Google bought Urchin in 2005 and, virtually overnight, made digital analytics available to all companies, no matter how large or how small. Optimizely was founded in January 2010 and had a similar (but lesser) impact on the world of A/B testing. What can we learn from ruminating on the past, the present, and the future (server-side testing! sample …
 
As unlikely as it seemed at many times throughout the year, 2020 actually IS finally drawing to a close, and that means it’s time for our annual look back on the year: what happened with the podcast, what happened with the industry, and what happened as the entire world caught fire by way of wood-fuelled, climate-assisted combustion and by virus-in…
 
It’s the holiday season and, despite Tim’s 27-slide deck making a case for why we should do an Airing of Grievances-themed show, we went in another direction. On this episode, we explore a delightful tale that exists at the intersection of “Giving Back to the Community” and “Growing the Analytics Talent Pool.” Rob Jackson joined the gang to be pepp…
 
Cookies are getting aggressively expired or blocked outright. Referring site information is getting stripped. Adoption of Brave as a browser is on the rise! Yet, marketers still need to quantify the impact of their investments. What is an analyst to do? Does the answer lie in server-side technical solutions? Well, it’s not a bad idea to consider th…
 
We didn’t want to have a discussion about Netflix’s The Social Dilemma, but, somehow, we just felt compelled to do so. It was almost like we had a generally unlikable character from a TV series about advertisers’ attempts to manipulate consumer behavior in the 1950s and 1960s transplanted in triplicate into an AI that was optimizing Netflix’s reach…
 
Do you know someone who works remotely? Wait. What’s that? Oh. It’s 2020. I guess a better question would be: do you know any analysts who are NOT working remotely? But, that’s not the question we ask on this episode. Some companies—and we’re thinking agencies and consultancies here just to have a little focus—were corporate office-less from their …
 
What is data culture? And, more importantly, what is the optimal ratio of agar and the ideal temperature of the corporate petri dish to make a data culture thrive? Moe, Michael, and Tim put their various experiences under the organizational microscope and examined various solutions in the name of (data) scientific discovery! If only organizations w…
 
This week Devren, Kelso & Carlx discuss the audacity of the Trump administration, J.K Rowling's Transphobia, and THE Ungodly Hour.Check out Norm for yourself:Normnyc.comDice Drinks N Drama Youtube & Twitch:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-sDSA1yY_fZd21XjmnULPwhttps://www.twitch.tv/search?term=dice%20drinks%20n%20drama…
 
In the chaos of our current shitty state of the nation Devren, Kelso & Carlx do an EXTREMELY DEEP dive into Lady Gaga's Chromatica. This is the Mother Monster of reviews. This is GayVoice.Dice Drinks N Drama Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-sDSA1yY_fZd21XjmnULPwDice Drinks N Drama Twitch:https://www.twitch.tv/dicedrinksndramaGet your abse…
 
Devren & Kelso discuss systematic racism, how we have been handling things and reform. This is GayVoice. To those of you risking your lives to protest the injustice in our country, we thank you. Thank you for facing racism head on. Thank you.Time Magazine's Article with organizations you can donate to:https://time.com/5849721/how-to-help-black-live…
 
Let's get our art on with science artist and PhD researcher Amanda Durkin (she/her) is a PhD candidate at Laurentian University studying a new anti-inflammatory compound. She also creates beautiful anatomical art in her Etsy shop, Amandatomical Art! -- Why we do a land acknowledgement: — Land acknowledgments at Canadian universities and colleges — …
 
Adam Fortais (he/him) is a PhD candidate studying the physics of soft matter at McMaster University. Adam co-hosts the AlmaMac, a weekly radio show. Each week, hosts Adam, Shawn, and Matt talk to a researcher about their work — what inspires, excites, and makes them curious. If you’re curious about physics, biology, and everything in between, strap…
 
Dr. Lisa Buckley (she/her) is part paleontologist, part glamourous bird. Lisa is a vertebrate Palaeontologist and Ichnologist who worked as a Curator & Collections Manager, so she has the tea on what it’s like to work at a museum. Now, Lisa is an independent paleontologist, taking on various jobs and science communication initiatives. This includes…
 
We're putting together a special quarantine edition of Sam and Ross Like things and need your help. If you're willing, please fire up your voice memos application and record your first name, location, and a thing that you like. Email the clips to samandrosslikethings@gmail.com. I'll start editing them together this weekend. We really appreciate it.…
 
Dr. Michèle Minor-Corriveau (she/her) is a speech-language pathologist and professor, specializing in written language. Michèle busts some myths about language! We talk code-switching, children ruining the language, and how to make classrooms more accessible to ALL kids, regardless of ability. -- Check out the detailed Wet’suwet’en Supporter Toolki…
 
In this episode of "With That Being Said", Esther and Erica share about the importance of setting AND communicating your boundaries with others. No relationship is without boundaries, so Esther and Erica discuss how you can communicate your boundaries even when it's difficult, and why they believe boundaries are actually necessary to form meaningfu…
 
In this episode of "With That Being Said", Esther and Erica talk with special guest James Bland! James is a content creator, film maker, actor, writer, producer, and director. He is the creator, show runner and star of the award winning digital drama, Giants. Esther, Erica and James discuss the stigma around mental health, especially in communities…
 
In this episode of "With That Being Said", Esther and Erica discuss how to set realistic expectations for therapy and answer the frequently asked question from clients - "How long is this going to take?" (spoiler: you probably won't like the answer). Esther and Erica also share how things like doing the work between sessions, consistency, and being…
 
On this episode of "With That Being Said", Esther and Erica discuss the times when technology is actually getting in the way of our relationships with others. Don't worry, this isn't like a lecture from your mom about how your cellphone is going to kill you. Esther and Erica take the stance that in general technology can assist relationships, but t…
 
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