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Some recent installments in the FIRE (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education) podcast series So To Speak, hosted by Nico Perrino: Bob Corn-Revere on “censorship: the bastard child of technology”; Flemming Rose of Cato, formerly with Denmark’s Jyllands-Posten; Sam Gedge of the Institute for Justice on campaign finance laws and the First Amendment; the “heckler’s […] FIRE #podcasts on free speech is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal read more...

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Bef#ore people got all smartypants and started talking about atoms and neurons and Newtonian physics, the great storytellers understood how the #world worked--because gods, yo. And though mythology is still used as source material, there's something unique about how it approaches the world in its basic form. Or so Tim and Nick surmise as they examine the subject and insert gratuitous references to "Till We Have Faces." Then, after another Bit of Story, they introduce yet another new segment, "Previously On...", where they revisit topics covered in podcasts of ages past. In this case, they add read more...

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iTunes Connect Resources and Help for apps, books, movies, music, podcasts, and TV. Find your answers quickly by searching helpful guides, FAQ, videos, and read more...

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iTunes Connect Resources and Help for apps, books, movies, music, podcasts, and TV. Find your answers quickly by searching helpful guides, FAQ, videos, and read more...

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Accessing valuable resources and #information has become easier with smartphones, as well as mobile and desktop apps. One of the best ways to obtain information and learn from others is through #podcasts. It?s convenient, easy to access, and can be listened to at your own convenience. Today, you can find plenty of podcasts surrounding the topic of #ecommerce on iTunes and other podcast apps. In this post, we?ve compiled a… The post 15 eCommerce Podcasts That’ll Make You An ecommerce Whiz appeared first on read more...

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Accessing valuable resources and #information has become easier with smartphones, as well as mobile and desktop apps. One of the best ways to obtain information and learn from others is through #podcasts. It?s convenient, easy to access, and can be listened to at your own convenience. Today, you can find plenty of podcasts surrounding the topic of #ecommerce on iTunes and other podcast apps. In this post, we?ve compiled a… The post 15 eCommerce Podcasts That’ll Make You An ecommerce Whiz appeared first on read more...

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There isn?t a NewFronts equivalent for podcasting (just yet), but at its presentation this morning, The New York Times shone a massive spotlight on its audio hit The Daily -- which has accrued 25 million listens since its debut last February alongside launch sponsor BMW. The presentation kicked off with The Daily host (and Times journalist) Michael Barbaro describing how #the podcast ultimately sought to determine what The New York Times ?should sound like." The Daily has helped readers connect with the Times journalists behind their bylines, Barbaro said, and has also helped give the read more...

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By 8 a.m. every #morning, chances are pretty good your inbox is flooded with emails about #content #marketing. There are so many great tips, tricks, and guidelines in the marketplace that it?s hard to know where to begin short of deleting everything and starting from square one?and we doubt you want to go to that extreme. One alternative to the morning onslaught of emails is to curate those same best practices, insights, and expert commentaries into a format even more portable than email. We?re talking, of course, about podcasts. Sure, you can?t pop your headphones in during a meeting, but you read more...

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After six years and almost one hundred and thirty episodes, the Three Percent Podcast is expanding to include new weekly ?Two Month Review? mini-episodes. Each ?season? of the Two Month Review #podcasts will highlight a different Open Letter #book, reading it slowly over the course of eight to nine episodes. Featuring a rotating set of literary guests, from authors (Jonathan Lethem is scheduled for the episode airing 6/29) to booksellers, critics, and translators, the individual episodes will recap a short section of the book and use that as a springboard to talk about literature in a read more...

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I?m a podcast addict. There, I admitted it. I have a long drive to work every day, and #listening to a podcast makes that trip shorter and more enjoyable. I listen to everything from crime mystery (Serial is nothing short of incredible) to interview format (Marc Maron?s WTF sets the standard) and all things in... The post 6 Marketing Podcasts You Should Listen To appeared first on Multi-Channel Marketing | read more...

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I?m a podcast addict. There, I admitted it. I have a long drive to work every day, and #listening to a podcast makes that trip shorter and more enjoyable. I listen to everything from crime mystery (Serial is nothing short of incredible) to interview format (Marc Maron?s WTF sets the standard) and all things in... The post 6 Marketing Podcasts You Should Listen To appeared first on Multi-Channel Marketing | read more...

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The SecondShift Podcast Episode 31 Mike and Eric are #finally joined by? well? me. After a bunch of years I finally sat down in front of a microphone and polluted your ears for an hour, or so! Who am I? Guess you?ll have to listen to find out. Anyway, there is much more going on in the show. We talked about a couple real issues then dropped our top 5 list of childhood technology. So, download this #episode from your favorite purveyor of podcasts, and rate and review so your friends can find us, too.    RSS Feed read more...

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Want to get an editor’s attention? Start with the subject line in an email. Whitney Henry-Lester at KUOW seriously piqued my interest with this: “Why I will never make another episode of ‘How’s Your Day?’ podcast (and it isn’t even out yet).” That’s #good, right? I immediately wanted to know more. In addition to a good subject line, Whitney suggested I talk to Arwen Nicks, one of the creators and producers of How’s Your Day? And, cleverly, she included a focus for the interview: When pitching podcasts “don’t come with an read more...

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Psychedelic pop group The Zombies wrote some of the most iconic #songs of the 1960s. While songs like ?She?s Not There? and ?Time of the Season? were sound#tracks to the 60s, the band?s tunes have found a place in 21st century pop culture as #soundtracks to podcasts. As Pitchfork pointed out, the read more...

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Psychedelic pop group The Zombies wrote some of the most iconic #songs of the 1960s. While songs like ?She?s Not There? and ?Time of the Season? were sound#tracks to the 60s, the band?s tunes have found a place in 21st century pop culture as #soundtracks to podcasts. As Pitchfork pointed out, the read more...

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Psychedelic pop group The Zombies wrote some of the most iconic #songs of the 1960s. While songs like ?She?s Not There? and ?Time of the Season? were sound#tracks to the 60s, the band?s tunes have found a place in 21st century pop culture as #soundtracks to podcasts. As Pitchfork pointed out, the read more...

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Psychedelic pop group The Zombies wrote some of the most iconic #songs of the 1960s. While songs like ?She?s Not There? and ?Time of the Season? were sound#tracks to the 60s, the band?s tunes have found a place in 21st century pop culture as #soundtracks to podcasts. As Pitchfork pointed out, the read more...

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Psychedelic pop group The Zombies wrote some of the most iconic #songs of the 1960s. While songs like ?She?s Not There? and ?Time of the Season? were sound#tracks to the 60s, the band?s tunes have found a place in 21st century pop culture as #soundtracks to podcasts. As Pitchfork pointed out, the read more...

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Psychedelic pop group The Zombies wrote some of the most iconic #songs of the 1960s. While songs like ?She?s Not There? and ?Time of the Season? were sound#tracks to the 60s, the band?s tunes have found a place in 21st century pop culture as #soundtracks to podcasts. As Pitchfork pointed out, the read more...

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Psychedelic pop group The Zombies wrote some of the most iconic #songs of the 1960s. While songs like ?She?s Not There? and ?Time of the Season? were sound#tracks to the 60s, the band?s tunes have found a place in 21st century pop culture as #soundtracks to podcasts. As Pitchfork pointed out, the read more...

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