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Code for America COO Minnie Ingersoll on how her organization is strengthening the social safety net
With so many hungry and malnourished people across the globe, there’s a growing need to transform our food systems to become more nutritious, more equitable and more sustainable. But how do we do this? FAO asks Dr Lawrence Haddad, World Food Prize Laureate (2018) and Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), where he thinks we should make a start.
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Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. We spend a lot of time talking and thinking about financial technologies and products. Almost all of them have been developed by private companies — fintechs and incumbents alike. But there is a vibrant - and growing — open source movement in finance. One that probably doesn't get enough daylight. My guest today on the show is Gabriele Columbro, the executive director of FINOS — the Fintech Open Source Foundation. Gabrielle has a lot to share about the work being done behind the scenes to create standards, ecosystems, and open developer platforms. He's is an old hat in the open source world and geared up over the potential for innovation in the financial industry. Before we jump into the interview — If you get value out of this podcast, we'd appreciate a review wherever you get your podcasts. We do this for you and reviews are the fuel that make this podcast go and help others to discover it. Here's my interview with Gabriele. You can get this episode and access our archives at www.tearsheet.co
More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/new-golden-age-television. They called it a “vast wasteland” in the 1960s, but TV is very different today. Freedom from the broadcast schedule means TV makers can create longer, more complex, more philosophical stories, while binge-watching and on-demand viewing have changed the way we see those stories. Josh and Ken talk to philosophers and others about television's new golden age. • Alexander Nehemas on serious watching • Katherine Tullmann on Game of Thrones • Jorah Dannenberg on Westworld Pamela Hieronymi on The Good Place (for which she worked as a philosophical consultant!) Plus suggestions from listeners like you.
Elena Shih and Andrew Crane join Thomas Thurston to discuss critiques and observations on contemporary solutions to human trafficking.
In this week's episode, Natalie talks anxiety and intuition, and why we're bound to feel anxious in any situations where we've routinely ignored our intuition and pretended to be something we're not. Email: [email protected] Instagram: instagram.com/natlue Show notes: www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/107 Blog: www.baggagereclaim.com Workshops: www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/workshops Membership: www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/membership Twitter: twitter.com/baggagereclaim
Globally, people are living longer. What are the most compelling ways to ensure a sustainably healthy life? In this exciting live-streamed event, world-renowned author and speaker, Deepak Chopra, discussed the important connections between mind, immunity, genes and body. Dr. Chopra explored how chronic stress and inflammation can undermine immunity and health, ultimately seeking to empower people who wish to nurture their wellbeing over their lifetimes. He also discussed how these insights play out within public health, particularly as individuals and societies cope with epidemics, environmental threats, superbugs, aging and other challenges. He included takeaways from his new book, The Healing Self: A Revolutionary New Plan to Supercharge Your Immunity and Stay Well for Life, co-authored with esteemed Harvard neurology professor Rudolph Tanzi. This special Forum presentation featured Dr. Chopra in conversation with The World’s Carol Hills, following some brief remarks. Dr. Michelle Williams, Dean of the Harvard Chan School, welcomed the audience and introduced the speaker. This Forum event was presented jointly with PRI's The World & WGBH on September 12, 2018. Watch the entire Forum series: https://theforum.sph.harvard.edu/
Have you ever asked yourself the question: I wonder if we’d be better off with someone else in my role? In this podcast, a listener, Kent Cavender-Bares from Rowbot comes to Jerry with a question a similar question about his superpower: “What if my deep integrity, my commitment to simply telling how it is, is the reason we’re unable to fundraise? Do I even have a Superpower? Wouldn’t Rowbot, be further along if someone else was leading?” Jerry and Kent explore the double edge of a superpower, and how the path through his challenges may lie in a new set of questions: How can I be even more like Kent? How can I embrace my superpower? How can I believe in myself? And why is that so damned important? Links Rowbot - https://www.rowbot.com Kent Cavender-Bares on Twitter - https://twitter.com/kbares Leave us a review on Itunes! Follow our step by step guides: - How To: Leave a Review on Your Computer: www.reboot.io/leave-itunes-review-via-computer/ - How To: Leave a Review on Your iPhone: www.reboot.io/leave-itunes-review-via-iphone/ Never miss an episode! Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on all our episode releases. www.reboot.io/signup/
Welcome to the Tearsheet Podcast. I'm Zack Miller. In today's financial world. we talk a lot about data, APIs, digitization. As more of the largest financial organizations continue to partner with fintechs, data aggregation, access, and connectivity become paramount to delivering an awesome user experience. Finicity is one of those companies working behind the scenes and powering the trend towards financial APIs. What began as a personal financial management tool, the firm is working with some of the largest financial institutions to help them take a major step toward digitization. The firm's co-founder and CEO, Steve Smith, joins us on the podcast today. Before we jump into the interview — If you get value out of this podcast, we'd appreciate a review wherever you get your podcasts. We do this for you and reviews are the fuel that make this podcast go and help others to discover it. You can listen to this episode, as well as access all our archives, at http://www.tearsheet.co Here's my interview with Steve.
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Robert P. Kolker, emeritus professor, department of English, University of Maryland, and adjunct professor of media studies, University of Virginia. Stanley Kubrick’s films have occasionally been criticized as seeming cold or distant. The images and the stories they tell, however, speak another narrative of deeply held, ironically expressed passion, a level of feeling that the viewer has to seek out and be open to. In this lecture held at the National Gallery of Art on September 2, 2018, acclaimed film scholar Robert P. Kolker illustrates, through numerous clips, that Kubrick’s films often reference specific works of art. The presentation celebrates Kolker’s publication of The Extraordinary Image: Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, and the Reimagining of Cinema, an exploration of how movies work, what they mean, and why they bring us so much pleasure. Reflecting on a lifetime of teaching and writing on these filmmakers, in The Extraordinary Image Kolker offers a deeply personal set of insights on three artists who have changed the way he understands movies.
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John McPhee, a master of telling nonfiction stories, became a teacher by accident 43 years ago when Princeton University needed a last-minute replacement. He has steered the course ever since, each spring when he takes breaks from writing books or pieces for The New Yorker, and it has become legendary in journalism circles. The list of his alumni include some of today’s most well-known writers: David Remnick (now editor of The New Yorker), Eric Schlosser (author of Fast Food Nation), Tim Ferriss (author of the bestselling “4-Hour Workweek”), and so on. McPhee lays out his course in his latest book, Draft No. 4: On the Writing Process, and I was eager to talk to him about his craftsmanship as a teacher. To my surprise, though, he downplayed his impact in the classroom, and even suggested that you can’t really teach the kind of writing that he, in fact, teaches.