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The Nano segment of craft brewing is growing fast with the majority of new breweries opening up falling into this small-scale, hyper-local segment working on brewing systems five barrels or under. Each month on this podcast learn the business, marketing, and brewing strategies targeted for this smaller-scale sized brewery needs. From strategies to maximizing taproom sales to forecasting brewery budgets to brewing great beer in small spaces, you'll learn from craft beer experts and fellow Nan ...
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Dive into the exhilarating world of Dinghy Cruising with NanoCruising, where each episode sets sail on a voyage of adventure, exploration, and maritime tales. From nautical insights to firsthand experiences, come aboard for a podcast that fuels the spirit of independent seafaring and the pursuit of unforgettable journeys. Join us as we navigate the open waters, uncover hidden coves, and share the stories of intrepid sailors who embrace the thrill of small boat voyages. www.nanocruising.com
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Nano-Nano Podcast

Farah Nabilah

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Podcast ini ditujukan untuk membuat media pembelajaran untuk anak SD. Tapi, ada episode yang tidak berkaitan dengan anak SD, melainkan mengenai edukasi umum lainnya. Pokoknya episode-episodenya bakalan nano-nano.
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The Nanocast

Shawn Livingston

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Nanocast exists to educate people about the crypto-currency Nano. Led by a driven team, this fast, zero-fee and scalable digital currency has quickly inspired thousands to build a robust ecosystem of apps and services.
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Sustainable Nano

Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, Elfy Chiang

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Curious about nanotechnology, sustainability, and life in science? The Sustainable Nano podcast is produced by the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, a chemistry research center funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation.
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#Gezondheid begint bij kennis is de podcast van gezondheidsplatform NanoMineralen. In deze podcast interviewt Terah uiteenlopende gasten over prikkelende onderwerpen met de intentie de luisteraar aan het denken te zetten, te inspireren en te motiveren om de regie over de eigen gezondheid te nemen. Ervaar meer op www.nanomineralen.nl
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Auf dem Gebiet der Nanotechnologien hat sich die Empa als führendes Schweizer Forschungsinstitut etabliert. Sie entwickelt innovative Lösungen für nachhaltige Energietechnologien und erarbeitet neue Materialien und Konzepte für die Mikro- und Nanoelektronik. Ausserdem untersucht die Empa die Risiken, die diese Schlüsseltechnologie für Mensch und Umwelt bergen kann.
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Two Dutch fans of Red Dwarf make a podcast about Red Dwarf. Leonard and Dedan-Jah introduce themselves and discuss seminal scifi influences and find tenuous connections to Red Dwarf.
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In each episode, Digest News will guide you through the latest technology news, give you insight into some of the challenges we see in research and bring perspectives from relevant professional sources in the industry and business. Read more about DTU Nanolab at: nanolab.dtu.dk/ or at instagram: @dtuanolab
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Café com Nano

Café com Nano

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O Café com nano é o local onde você encontra notícias e conhecimento sobre Nanotecnologia, Ciência em geral e Empreendedorismo científico. Sente-se à nossa mesa, escolha seu pedido e saboreie! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cafecomnano/support
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The Nano Tank Podcast

thenanotankpodcast

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We will be discussing a variety of topics related to the aquarium hobby. From keeping and breeding fish to opening and running a fish store, and much more. Subscribe to join our community!
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With years of experience in electronics, networking, and programming, get ready for your podcast about practical advice for producers, engineers, makers, hobbyists, crafters and many more enthusiasts. Discover how you can apply these concepts to your hobbies, projects, and products. Juditova, founder of techzorro.com, offers valuable insights into servers, switches, routers, microcontrollers, microprocessors, and programming languages. He shares his passion for DIY electronics, coding projec ...
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Nanovation

Michael Filler

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Nanotechnology is a more precise way of doing everything — making things, assembling things, measuring things, sorting things, etc. From construction and energy to health and information technology, few industries will be immune to its influence. The Nanovation podcast is a forum to address the big questions, challenges, and opportunities of nanotechnology. Topics lie at the intersection of nanoscience, manufacturing, technology, business, and society. The podcast is conversational in format ...
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A 14 years-old Electro/House Dj/Producer from Thailand! Subscribe & enjoy the one, full hour w/ present hottest EDM tracks from the Biggest DJ & Producers! listen to my older Episode on Mixcloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/nanovationmusic/playlists/nanovations-teratape-podcast-mix/
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Nano Nagle Place is a beautiful heritage oasis in the heart of Cork city, comprising three centuries of buildings and gardens. Here is where Venerable Nano Nagle began her work to educate and care for the poor in 18th-century Cork. Here we tell the story of Nano Nagle and the work of the order of sisters she founded who followed her path of education and empowerment, the Presentation Sisters. Here too Nano Nagle's work continues through the community education projects The Lantern and Cork M ...
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Stichting NANOEK, opgericht in juni 2020 met Anouk Beugels als initiator en artistiek leider, richt zich op het ontwikkelen van nieuwe eigentijdse en relevante musicals. Het doel is meer ruimte creëren voor experiment binnen dit genre en hierbij jonge componisten en schrijvers te betrekken en ondersteunen. In deze podcasts hoor je in alle transparantie van alles over onze voorstellingen door Making of's, interviews en een aantal voorstellingen komen zelfs deels of in z’n geheel op dit kanaal ...
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Solutions for NanoAnalysis

Bruker Nano Analytics

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Welcome to our Solutions for NanoAnalysis podcast brought to you by Bruker Nano Analytics. We look forward to bringing you a new podcast regularly. Every session we will focus on a different problem that our colleagues face in the lab and in the field. Some of the solutions will be a variation of ideas you may have heard before or even worked with. We will bring you these topics in a new and interesting way and introduce you to updated and thought-provoking results. We will talk about how th ...
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The Prisoner of NaNoWriMo

Craig Robertson on Podiobooks.com

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Piers Langland is a mild mannered paint salesman with one burning passion. He aspires to be a famous author. Each November he looks forward to entering The National Novel Writer Month competition. To be a winner in NaNoWriMo he must write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days, a tall order for any writer. Turns out, it is an especially tall order for our hero. Join Piers as he struggles to choose a topic for his novel before he can begin his epic task. Vampires or space opera, romance or pulp ficti ...
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How To Win NaNo: A Writing Podcast

Kristina Horner & Liz Leo

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How To Win NaNo is a no-nonsense guide to writing a novel in 30 days. November ticks closer every day, but don't worry — your hosts are here for you! Kristina Horner and Liz Leo are NaNoWriMo experts (and lifelong writing friends) with a passion for helping people tackle National Novel Writing Month. Join them each week as they share their personal tips, tricks and other things they've learned over a decade of consecutive NaNoWriMo wins.
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Malt is the workhorse of every beer, but it doesn’t always get the close attention it deserves. I’ll talk with two people who are intimately involved in malt production and education, on both the large scale and the craft side. We’re talking about malt, both industrial and craft on this episode. From examining trends to learning about continuing ed…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode of NanoCruising, we chat with Spiro, an adventurous sailor who undertook an incredible journey from Montreal to Quebec City aboard his trusty CL16, also known as a Wayfarer. Spiro shares his experiences, challenges, and unforgettable moments from this remarkable voyage. Discover what inspired him to set sail …
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Send us a Text Message. In this week’s episode of NanoCruising, we have the pleasure of interviewing Lorne Kelly, an adventurous sailor and master boat-builder. Lorne constructed a unique RowCruiser from Angus Boats, a small vessel reminiscent of a kayak but with the added comfort of an enclosed sleeping area. Join us as Lorne shares his incredible…
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Send us a Text Message. Embark on a voyage of discovery with Paul from Sailing Kate Louise in our latest episode of NanoCruising! In "Charting Your Course," Paul shares his expert tips, tricks, and essential gear recommendations to help you navigate the waters and set sail with confidence. From mastering the art of anchoring to optimizing your gall…
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Keeping an eye on the bottom line has never been more important. From rising ingredient costs to a shift in consumer spending. On this episode of the BYO Nano Podcast we spend some time talking about best practices for your brewery’s ledger. Then will visit to South Dakota to hear from a nano brewer building a community through neighbor connections…
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Send us a Text Message. Join us for an exciting new episode of NanoCruising as we sit down with Paul from the popular YouTube Channel, Sailing Kate Louise. In this interview, we dive into Paul's background in sailing, his journey to selecting the perfect boat, and the incredible cruising grounds he explores with Kate Louise. From the tranquil water…
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Send us a Text Message. In the latest episode of NanoCruising, we're delving into the world of covered dinghies, where comfort meets adventure on the open water. Join us as we explore some of the most popular options for sailors seeking shelter and convenience during their voyages. From the timeless elegance of the Montgomery 15 to the innovative d…
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Let’s take an exploration into yeast. From fermentation through history, to unlocking new secrets and strains, a world-renowned expert is here on this episode to share his insight and knowledge to give us all a better understanding of beer. Dr. Martin Zarnkow is the Head of Research and Development at the Research Center at Weihenstephan for Brewin…
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Send us a Text Message. Embark on a thrilling voyage of exploration with NanoCruising as we delve into the world of open dinghies perfectly suited for cruising adventures. In this episode, we'll navigate the vast array of options available to sailors seeking the ultimate vessel for their next maritime escapade. From sleek and nimble craft to sturdy…
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Send us a Text Message. In this captivating episode of NanoCruising, we embark on a thrilling journey into the annals of maritime history, exploring the remarkable exploits of some of history's most courageous dinghy explorers. From the daring expedition of Lewis and Clark along the untamed waters of the Missouri River to John Wesley Powell's epic …
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Professor Mike Curry of the North Carolina Agricultural & Technological State University (NCAT) is a scientist, inventor, mentor, and advocate with a passion for bringing attention to the great research that happens at Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). In this episode we share an interview between Dr. Curry and Dr. Bob Hamers, Dir…
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Events are a great way to bring regulars and new comers into your taproom. On this episode we talkk with three brewers who are working to bring new and exciting experiences to their breweries. From celebrations around new events, to yoga, live music, crafts, and working with charities, events are commonplace again four years since the start of the …
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Send us a Text Message. Embark on a captivating journey through maritime history as we explore the origins of dinghy cruising in Episode 2 of NanoCruising. From the humble beginnings of the word "dinghy" to the earliest forms of small boats crafted by ancient civilizations, and the evolution of sailing techniques that have shaped the art of navigat…
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Send us a Text Message. Join us for the maiden voyage of NanoCruising, where we hoist the sails and embark on an exhilarating journey into the world of dinghy cruising. In this inaugural episode, your host Stephan Marceau welcomes you aboard and sets the course for the adventures that lie ahead. Discover the allure of small boat voyages, hear capti…
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Human Resources might not be the most exciting topic for brewery owners, but it’s important and there are enthusiastic individuals ready to tackle that part of the business. Having the right person in your corner can only help your business operate on solid ground. Emily Cripe, the Senior Director of Human Resources of Chicago’s Half Acre Beer Co. …
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Send us a Text Message. In a world where the sea meets the sky, where freedom takes the shape of billowing sails, and every journey is a chance to discover the extraordinary – welcome to the NanoCruising Podcast. Join us as we embark on a voyage beyond the ordinary, where small boats lead to big adventures. I'm Stephan Marceau, your fellow sailor a…
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There are multiple ways to build a community around your brewery, and one way is through membership clubs and offering your beer through community supported agriculture-type programs. Two brewers embracing that model are here to discuss their initiatives. January and February can be tough months for brewery taprooms. The collective societal hangove…
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Early in the COVID pandemic, then-graduate student Safia Jilani became Twitter buddies with the Chief Editor of the prestigious journal Nature Chemistry, Dr. Stuart Cantrill. Dr. Jilani is now a Postdoctoral Fellow with the NSF Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, and Dr. Cantrill is now the Editorial Director for all of Nature's physics and chem…
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The end of a year is a good time to look back, take stock, and to plan for what is to come. For professional brewers and drinkers 2023 is going to be remembered for a number of reasons. There’s a lot of strong feelings and a lot of realities coming to roost, but so much of that rests on the numbers. Bart Watson, the chief economist for the Brewers …
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Do you want to make your future self the happiest writer in the world? Then leave yourself a note at the end of NaNoWriMo! Because listen, we get it. November is over and you've earned a break. But now is the best time to set your future self up for success. In this final episode of the season, hosts Kristina and Liz give tips for the best things t…
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It's the LAST DAY of NaNoWriMo, which means... well, either you're already celebrating your win or you're still still furiously writing. Either way, we all know the best part of succeeding at NaNoWriMo (aside from the feeling of a job well done) is the WINNER GOODIES! In today's episode, your hosts Kristina & Liz take it a bit easy, discussing thei…
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The end November approaches... and for some, that could mean getting to the end of your novel! But... what does that mean? How do you finish such a huge project? In today's episode, your hosts Kristina and Liz discuss some tips and strategies for ending strong, from resolution to twists to cliffhangers. Enjoy the show? Like this episode, give a thu…
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Have you ever been totally stuck on your writing project and had no idea what to do next? Maybe you need a trip to the white room! And just what is this mythical 'white room' you ask? In today's episode, hosts Liz and Kristina interview guest speaker Katrina Hamilton on what the white room is, how to use it a a writing tool, and all the ways it can…
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As we head into a cozy season of gathering with family and friends and our attention turns to big meals shared together, we have a trio of brewers here to talk about their food programs. From pairings to working with food trucks, this episode is stuffed with practical tips and insight from nano brewers, for nano brewers. From food trucks to in-hous…
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What is "voice" when it comes to writing and how do you develop your own? Can it change over time, and do you need one at all? In this week's episode, hosts Kristina and Liz discuss why voice is important, define the difference between character voice and author voice, and share some of their favorite voice-y authors. Enjoy the show? Like this epis…
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Thore Jahn GitHub chaos.social YouTube (User) Twitter Twitch Flickr Instagram Guten Morgen und herzlich Willkommen zu NanoPlay! Dem kleinen Videospiel Magazin. 00:00:00.000 Intro 00:00:12.130 Begrüßung 00:03:11.844 Bewerten nichrt vergessen! https://bsky.app/profile/kurzgedanke.bsky.social https://chaos.social/deck/@kurzgedanke https://www.youtube.…
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Five years after our first interview, we catch up with Dr. Jason White about chemistry at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station and how nanoscience can benefit agriculture and global food security. Graduate student Beza Tuga interviews Jason about his new role as Director of CAES and exciting research collaborations between CAES and the N…
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It's November 1st! Happy NaNoWriMo! Now... where on earth do you START? The good news is, the only wrong way is to not start at all. In today's episode, best friends and hosts Kristina and LIz discuss some strategies for starting your NaNo novel, how to hook your reader, how to write a killer opening line, and more! Enjoy the show? Like this episod…
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Do you have limited time to write this November? Are you going on vacation, or just know there will be days you wont be able to focus on writing? Are you worried you wont have the full thirty days to spend on this? You're not alone! In this week's episode, best friends Kristina and Liz discuss some strategies and tips for finishing NaNoWriMo early,…
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Last season we covered our survival kits for Planners and Pantsers, but there's another category of NaNo participant we wanted to make sure was represented on the podcast. In this week's episode, your hosts Kristina Horner and Liz Leo welcome guest host Katrina Hamilton to talk about what it takes to be a Plantser. Enjoy the show? Like this episode…
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This is as good a month as any to be thinking about your brewery’s finances - both long term and short term - and the best practices for a check in or to get your money situation in order. Most brewers don’t open a brewery to get into finance, but managing cash flow is a necessary part of the job. Our guest on this episode is Kary Shumway, CPA, for…
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We’re delighted to launch Nano Nagle Place’s latest temporary exhibition, Branching Out – Presentation Convents 1775 – 1828. This year’s exhibition explores the spread of the Presentation Sisters across Ireland in the period before Catholic Emancipation. This interview explores the early foundations of the Presentation Convents in Kerry with Sr Bri…
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Have you ever wanted to take part in a writing retreat, but don't know how? What if we told you it could be as easy as setting one up yourself? In this week's episode, best friends Kristina and Liz are joined by their good friend Katrina Hamilton to talk all things writing retreats. We discuss what they are, why they can be such a big help to write…
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Do you listen to music when you write? Does music inspire ideas for your writing? In this week's episode, best friends Kristina and Liz talk about the many varying ways music can help or hinder us as writers, and delve into a plethora of strategies for using music to your advantage this November! Enjoy the show? Like this episode, give a thumbs up,…
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Do you have an idea for a series? Are you planning a novel you know will have multiple installments, or maybe you've already written book one and you're ready to tackle book two for this year's NaNoWriMo? In this week's episode, best friends Kristina and Liz talk about what it takes to write a series and how to use NaNoWriMo to acheive your goals. …
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We’re delighted to launch Nano Nagle Place’s latest temporary exhibition, Branching Out – Presentation Convents 1775 – 1828. This year’s exhibition explores the spread of the Presentation Sisters across Ireland in the period before Catholic Emancipation. This interview explores the Presentation Convent in Clonmel with the Clonmel Convent Community …
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We’re delighted to launch Nano Nagle Place’s latest temporary exhibition, Branching Out – Presentation Convents 1775 – 1828. This year’s exhibition explores the spread of the Presentation Sisters across Ireland in the period before Catholic Emancipation. This interview explores the Presentation Convent in Wexford with Sr Imelda Wickham, interviewed…
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We’re delighted to launch Nano Nagle Place’s latest temporary exhibition, Branching Out – Presentation Convents 1775 – 1828. This year’s exhibition explores the spread of the Presentation Sisters across Ireland in the period before Catholic Emancipation. This interview explores the Presentation Convent in Rahan with Sr Mary McDermott, interviewed b…
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We’re delighted to launch Nano Nagle Place’s latest temporary exhibition, Branching Out – Presentation Convents 1775 – 1828. This year’s exhibition explores the spread of the Presentation Sisters across Ireland in the period before Catholic Emancipation. This interview explores the Presentation Convent in George's Hill with Sr Marie Therese King, i…
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We’re delighted to launch Nano Nagle Place’s latest temporary exhibition, Branching Out – Presentation Convents 1775 – 1828. This year’s exhibition explores the spread of the Presentation Sisters across Ireland in the period before Catholic Emancipation. This interview explores the Presentation Convent in Thurles with Sr Evelyn Russell, interviewd …
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Lots of novels have more than one author, but how do they make that work? What's the writing process like? And is it at all feasible during NaNoWriMo? In this week's episode, best friends Kristina and Liz talk about what it takes to co-write a novel with another person. Enjoy the show? Like this episode, give a thumbs up, or better yet - leave a re…
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This month we are talking about distribution. Every brewery owner needs to decide if it’s right for their business and to weigh the pros and cons between a distribution partner, self distribution, or keeping your beer sales solely in house. First we’ll hear from Laura Lodge the Owner of Customized Craft Beer Programs, Start a Brewery and author of …
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Having a hard time deciding what to work on for NaNoWriMo this year? Are you flirting with the idea of starting a brand new, shiny project while your older ideas give you side eye from the shelf? In this week's episode, best friends Kristina and Liz talk about the pros and cons of going either direction. Enjoy the show? Like this episode, give a th…
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Another season of NaNoWriMo is upon us, and what better way to celebrate that than with the advent of our fifth season of this podcast? It's hard to believe how long we've been doing this, and couldn't be more grateful for your support. In today's episode, best friends Liz and Kristina look at what's coming in Season 5, and take a moment to discuss…
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