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Jenna Chia is a trauma-informed life and business coach who consults people on all things that assist them on living their authentic path. She spends her free time creating value for her community of subscribers, doing sessions with clients and painting! The Chia Podcasts addresses all different topics that elicit critical thinking and deeper empathy and understanding towards the zeitgeist of our time. It's a wild world out there! The Chia Podcast aims to educate and empower on the topics of ...
 
Struggling with your tech? Don't understand what's going on in social media? Just want to use your phone, tablet, laptop, or even your TV without losing your grip? We're here to help you out! Our team of inspirational technology writers are ready with words of encouragement to help you through any problem you're facing with your PC, social media account, home theater, whatever! Want to get to grips with your tech? Hit play!
 
Expert insights on the science of mind, meditation, productivity, and mental health. Liam McClintock, the Founder of FitMind, talks with leaders in their fields, from neuroscientists and psychologists to Buddhist monks and professional athletes. At FitMind, we believe that the next great human frontier is the mind. FitMind combines ancient techniques with western psychology to provide mental fitness training that is taught at Fortune 500 companies, addiction centers, schools, government orga ...
 
The Clark and Miller English podcast is a fun, innovative and exciting way to learn English. Join us and see English in ways you've never seen English before. Follow Gabriel's English "hot takes" and really FEEL English naturally and comfortably. Listen to interviews with some of the world's best teachers. Get involved and join the community ... and have a laugh while you're doing it.
 
A podcast interviewing entrepreneurs and business leaders in the emerging market of East Africa. Host Sam Floy showcases companies operating across Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. Find conversations with companies ranging from solar power and food production to smoothies and toothpicks.
 
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The headlines this week: – We ranked crypto companies with Glassdoor — it opened a rabbit hole – Giant PS4 farm stole $250K power a month to ‘mine’ FIFA — not Ethereum – Swede gets 15 years in prison for $16M crypto Ponzi that lasted a decade See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
You've heard of the Nintendo Switch, but what is the Nintendo Switch OLED? And why is Valve launching the Steam Deck portable gaming PC? Ths week's show looks at these two very different developments in mobile gaming, considers the rationale behind both, their potential strengths and weaknesses, and asks: which one would you buy? This week we discu…
 
Dr. Lustig is an endocrinologist, professor emeritus of pediatrics at UCSF, and bestselling author of Fat Chance. He also wrote The Hacking of the American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains. Dr. Lustig holds a BS from MIT, an MD from Cornell, and a Masters of Studies in Law from UC Hastings College of Law. We …
 
The headlines this week: – Mr. Goxx is a crypto trading hamster — and he’s only slightly underwater – TikTok bans crypto ads but some fear it won’t stop shitcoin shilling – UK ad watchdog gets ‘proactive’ in crypto scam crackdown – REvil goes dark as Biden pressures Putin over ransomware attacks See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
When open-source software projects are bought by profit-driven software publishers, it's never an easy ride. With the introduction of telemtry to digital audio workstation Audacity, recently, its new owners have discovered just how tenuous a grip on their audience they really have. But what is all the fuss about? What is telemetry, anyway? This wee…
 
The headlines: – Esports influencer fired for pumping and dumping ‘Save The Kids’ crypto – Inside Decentraland, where users can’t drink but they can buy blunts – Binance ‘Chutes and Ladders’ ends where it started: Hong Kong – China murders ‘Cat Coin’ company, mounts head in latest crypto warning See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
Ransomware is huge in 2021, taking down businesses, government departments, gas pipelines, and worse to come. Now is the time to familiarise yourself with ransomware, the risks, how it gets onto your system, what happens to your data if you don't pay, and the risks of actually paying the ransomware. These are the links we used for this week's Reall…
 
Dr. Roger Walsh has a unique background that makes him one of the world's leading experts on the mind. He graduated from Australia's Queensland University with degrees in psychology, physiology, neuroscience, and medicine and then came to the US as a Fullbright Scholar. He's now a professor of psychiatry, philosophy, and anthropology at the Univers…
 
The headlines this week: – Binance blackballed in UK, ousted from Ontario, jabbed again in Japan – Craig Wright wins Bitcoin white paper copyright suit by default – ‘Never before seen’ footage of John McAfee on the run goes unsold – Bitcoin mining stocks are doing better than Bitcoin in 2021 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information…
 
In this episode we hear from the speakers at our upcoming TDSIG PCE. Uniquely, this year the event will be held after the main IATEFL conference, and it promises to be a great day with Divya Madhavan, Michael Stout, Elena Ončevska Ager and Nermine Abd Elkader providing the talks. Listen to learn more about their presentations, and we’ll see you on …
 
This week we take a look at some of the best DIY tech builds and fixes featured so far on the Really Useful Podcast. Featuring contributions from Christian Cawley, Ian Buckley, Gavin Phillips, and Ben Stegner Here are those all-important reference links for this week's show. Build Your Own HDTV Antenna DIY Computer Desk Projects to Save Money Fix a…
 
In this interview, I discuss pragmatics and pragmatic competence with Andreas Grundtvig, author of "English is Context," a new book for teachers and learners about English pragmatics.This is a big one! And we talk about a lot of amazing topics, including:- how gamers now, the gay community in the early twentieth century and London Cockneys evolved …
 
The headlines: – Is unvaccinated sperm really the next Bitcoin? – Kim Kardashian shilling EthereumMax warned us crypto would collapse. – Judge spits T.I. lyrics to dismiss ICO case, rapper’s lawyer approves. – Free speech activists defy China by porting Apple Daily to the blockchain. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Are you safe online? Security software is expensive, but you don't have to spend money on it if you follow some straightforward, simple, computer and internet usage tips. This week's Really Useful Podcast looks at link checkers and other easy, "soft" online security tips that you can use to develop safer habits and behaviors online. In this week's …
 
The headlines this week: – Elon Musk missed the cut, won’t hold sway on Bitcoin Mining Council. – Tether attracts mainstream media scrutiny over its commercial paper. – ‘British FBI’ deputy director spooked by luxury assets sold for Bitcoin. – Margaret Thatcher and swine flu: Failed Bitcoin ship Satoshi has seen it all. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
Windows 11 is coming - but what can you expect from it? Is there really any need to replace Windows 10? This podcast looks at the coming Windows 11, what we know, what we can guess at, and what probably won't happen. This week's podcast features these stories: Windows 10 Support Ends in 2025 Windows Start Up Sounds Slo-fi Remix Eduard Khill Trololo…
 
Dr. Adam Gazzaley is a neuroscientist, author, photographer, entrepreneur, and inventor. He's the Founder and Executive Director of Neuroscape, a lab that bridges technology and neuroscience to enhance brain function. His team invented the first video game approved by the FDA as a medical treatment. Dr. Gazzaley is also the David Dolby Distinguishe…
 
The headlines this week: – SSD maker sets data limit after Chia miners ruin drives, exploit warranties. – Victims of $3.6B crypto Ponzi still believe they’ll get their money back. – El Salvador Bitcoin scheme could torpedo $1.3B IMF loan, analysts warn. – What happened to the Lifeboat Foundation’s Bitcoin Endowment Fund? See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
Most new cars feature integration with a smartphone. While Apple iPhones are typically compatible, it's more than likely that you're using an Android phone. Android Auto is a useful handsfree in-car app from Google, designed to integrate your phone's apps with your automobile's entertainment system. You can also make calls using the digital assista…
 
The headlines this week: – Soulja Boy tweets $24K pay-to-play deal with SafeMoon clone — then deletes it. – Crypto traders in China flock to OTC desks despite scrutiny, report. – The NFT market bubble has popped and we’ve got the charts to prove it. – Binance Smart Chain hackers made $167M with flash loans, exploits in May. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
Here's why your English learning journey is just like the Beatles' career.Except without the millions of dollars.Sorry about that! :)In this episode, we look at how the Beatles changed during their ten-year career, how those changes are just like the changes you experience when learning English, and what you need to do to sound mature and wise in E…
 
In this episode, James is joined by TDSIG coordinator Tyson Seburn and Katherine Bilsborough from MAWSIG to discuss online conferences. They talk about what they’ve missed about face-to-face events, the advantages of going online and how they think it will be in the future when we return to normality. Plus Tyson and Kath tell us all about their PCE…
 
Using technology daily means that the keyboard, mouse, computer screen, earphones, etc., are going to get dirty. Knowing how to clean them doesn't just protect you from infections, it helps to prolong your tech's usable lifespan. In this week's show, we take a look at some of our best tech cleaning tips. This week you'll need to refer to the follow…
 
The headlines this week: – US Senator urges OCC to rescind bank charters of 3 crypto companies. – BitTorrent founder’s Chia crypto listed this month. Now it wants an IPO. – Block.one sunk $150M into Voice — now it’s an unfinished NFT platform. – Dark web marketplace Hydra has now processed $3.2B in crypto. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-…
 
The age old question: do Nintendo, Sony, or Microsoft produce the best console? Well, we're bypassing that and declaring the Nintendo Switch the winner. After all, it's lightweight, flexible, and designed with multiplayer in mind from the ground up. You might not get to enjoy intense single player or some AAA online multiplayer titles, but it is im…
 
The headlines this week: – Chia crypto triggers HDD stock rally as Western Digital, Seagate surge. – Sony patent outlines Bitcoin betting system for esports tournaments. – Take-Two CEO: Crypto and the metaverse probably won’t matter in 5 years. – Bitcoin crash wiped $22B from crypto billionaires — here’s who lost the most. See acast.com/privacy for…
 
The world of cryptocurrency just doesn't seem to stop changing. With over 5000 different cryptocoins in circulation, new digital units of value need to stand out from the crowd in order to generate any sort of traction. In this week's show, we take a look at the resurgent Dogecoin (and learn how to pronounce it) and try to work out if Chia is reall…
 
The headlines this week: – SEC chief: Crypto exchanges need a regulator for market manipulation. – Hacker crew hungry for Bitcoin says it regrets cyberattack on US fuel lines. – NFT collector shares sad videos of Christie’s $17M CryptoPunk auction. – Microsoft cans Azure Blockchain, pushes users to Ethereum’s ConsenSys. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
Vegan headphones might sound like the name of an indie band, but they're real. Headphones made without leather and using sustainable materials are just one of the ways in which using technology responsibly is becoming more important. This week, we take a look at sustainability in technology, and how things might change going forward. Shownotes This…
 
The headlines: – A history of Bitcoin Fog, the crypto mixer that washed 6% of BTC’s supply. – Coinbase to handle Bitcoin and Ether for Sotheby’s $3M Banksy auction. – BitTorrent creator’s new crypto Chia collapsed 50% on launch. – Bitcoin miners flock to upstate NY — this Senate bill would stop that. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
An interview with the awesome Krisia Justesen from Lightning English on how you can change your learning mindset.OK, OK ... I know that sounds like abstract advice.But here's the thing: Krisia will talk you through the steps you need to take to start thinking in a way that'll get you learning English more comfortably and more naturally.In this epis…
 
Dashcams might seem an expensive addition to your vehicle, but they are worth their weight in gold. In this week's podcast we look at dashcams, covering everything from looking at the best current models to the reasons to use a dashcam. We also consider the various steps you should take when installing a dashcam for the first time, and how you can …
 
The headlines this week: – Dutch police seized $10M in crypto in 2020 — 650% more than 2019. – Musk accused of pump and dump as Bitcoin sale boosts Tesla earnings. – Coinbase hits back at rumors of insiders dumping all their stock. – International manhunt continues over alleged $2B crypto exchange fraud. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Unbound, Blurb... the opportunities for crowdfunding campaigns are massive these days. But if you've never backed a project on Kickstarter and don't really know what crowdfunding is - or if you have concerns over their reliability - we're here to help you out. Shownotes Here are this week's links for everything we discuss in…
 
Dr. Robynne Chutkan is the Founder of Gutbliss, an integrative gastroenterologist, microbiome expert, and bestselling author. She did her undergrad pre-Med at Yale and went on to get an M.D. from Columbia. Here we dive deep into a relatively recent discovery and surprising area of mental fitness—your second brain, the gut. Dr. Chutkan describes the…
 
The headlines this week: – The UK arrives fashionably late to the CBDC conversation. – Facebook’s Diem is closer but it’s still a boring stablecoin. – Binance US hires ex-Coinbase exec to compete with Coinbase. – Billion-dollar crypto exit scam labelled ‘biggest fraud’ in Turkish history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
You've seen the ads, online and on TV. Courses for learning to code, build mobile apps, even start designing video games. But how easy is it really to learn to code? To find out, Ian Buckley - a man with a bit of programing experience under his belt - is here to explain if you should learn to code, where to find good resources, and whether or not y…
 
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