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Hanna Hellqvist och David Druid mot Maria Persson Löfgren och David Carlqvist.  

 Vilken vecka vi har haft med politiker i alla kanaler dygnet runt! Annika Lantz och de tävlande lagen Orrarna (stannfåglar) från Morgonpasset och Korrarna (flygande) från Ekots utrikesredaktion tar sig an valplakat och politikernas deviser. Och Annika avslöjar vilken finansman som genom påtryckningar lyckades få Lantzkampen att säsongsstarta mitt i Annikas sommarledighet. Domare som alltid: Sara Lövestam. Tävlande: Hanna Hellqvist och David Druid mot Maria Persson Löfgren och David Carlqvist.

Vilken vecka vi har haft med politiker i alla kanaler dygnet runt! Annika Lantz och de tävlande lagen Orrarna från Morgonpasset och Korrarna från Ekots utrikesredaktion tar sig an valplakat och politikernas deviser. Och Annika avslöjar vilken finansman som genom påtryckningar lyckades få Lantzkampen att säsongsstarta mitt i Annikas sommarledighet. Domare som alltid: Sara Lövestam. Tävlande: Hanna Hellqvist och David Druid mot Maria Persson Löfgren och David Carlqvist.
Eddie Pepitone & Colleen Werthmann  

Liam McEneaney and Constitutional Law Professor Corey Brettschneider. Colleen starts the show with the C word right out of the gate, so there's that. David remembers Gary Shapiro who passed away last week. David talks about whether it's possible to be friends with a Trump supporter. Liam and Colleen pester David about his love life until he finally confesses to a type of sex act. Eddie Pepitone talks about his two dogs Basil and Charlotte and how they lead him down dark dangerous alleys in bad neighborhoods because they want him dead so they can be free to chase squirrels. David defends the impending Writers strike insisting less television getting written is a good thing. Eddie and David try to cheer each other up by comparing their individual states of despair and anxiety. Eddie and David argue over whether or not America ended with a whimper of a bang. Professor Corey Brettschneider lightens things up by telling David that during the past 100 days he has never had more faith in the constitution, even though Donald Trump says he wants to get rid of it. David and Corey talk libel laws, First Amendment issues as well as Sullivan Versus The New York Times.  David reunites with Colleen & Liam to talk about living with someone with tourettes, David learns about GG Allin, David gets interrogated about his love life, Hitler Youth Camps, how to qualify for German citizenship, Jewish re-population in Germany, Brian Kiley’s father lackluster story, comedy writing room bits, Mr. Methane, culinary culture, not being able to discipline your kids, Dick Morris, sabotaging David’s preplanned bits, Trump’s link to the mafia, being influenced by the cultural waves and David’s audience of basement masturbators. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for brand new episodes of our show featuring a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. Check out our new You Tube channel. More about David: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0271017/?ref_=nv_sr_1 David writes for Triumph The Insult Comic Dog's series on Hulu and Maya and Marty on NBC. David has also won three Prime Time Emmys for comedy writing, as well as four Writers Guild Awards. He has also written on ABC's Roseanne, HBO's Dennis Miller Live, HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Academy Awards, The Emmys, and countless roasts on Comedy Central. Get Social With David: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidfeldmancomedy?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Feldman_ Subscribe to his audio podcast: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/david-feldman-show/id321997239 Become a subscriber to our podcast! When you join for only a $5 monthly subscription donation you’ll gain access to the David Feldman Premium Content, featuring bonus material from the funniest comedians who have been guests on the show. We accept all major credit cards. Join today and help support the show!

David Lipsky: 8/4/15  

David Lipsky, the author of Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, the book which has been adapted into a feature film, The End Of The Tour, joins Brian to talk about the accuracy of the late David Foster Wallace’s portrayal in the movie, the lasting personal effects those five days have had on his life, and whether or not meeting Mr. Wallace is the reason he hasn’t published a book of fiction ever since. Plus, Brian and David discuss Jonathan Franzen’s response to Mr. Wallace’s death, the calculated trajectories of great artists such as Quentin Tarantino, and how the real goal of David Foster Wallace’s work was to make people come alive. Please stick around after the show for a bonus segment from Brian’s conversation with David Lipsky. The End of the Tour is now playing in select cities and will open in more theaters across the country on August 7th.   People mentioned: David Lipsky Glenn Kenny James Ponsoldt John Barth John Updike Quentin Tarantino Bonnie Nadell Mary Karr Jonathan Franzen Sam Snead F. Scott Fitzgerald Mark Costello Paul Thomas Anderson Wes Anderson Martin Scorsese Nicole Holofcener Walter Kirn Colin Meloy (The Decemberists) Philip Roth Walt Whitman Sheryl Crow Jesse Eisenberg   Topics mentioned: The End of the Tour Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself by David Lipsky Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace A Movable Feast by Ernest Hemingway What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami Farther Away by Jonathan Franzen The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen Freedom by Jonathan Franzen Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe Best American Short Stories, 1986 by Raymond Carver The Little Red Book by Harvey Penick Robert Rodriguez interviews Quentin Tarantino The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway Max Perkins: Editor of Genius by A. Scott Berg Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs by Chuck Klosterman Men Without Women by Ernest Hemingway The Simpsons Absolutely American by David Lipsky Best American Magazine Writing, 2009 by The American Society of Magazine Editors Bryan Garner's interview on The Moment: 5/18/15 Noma Brian Wilson (Beach Boys) on Sgt. Peppers Reservoir Dogs Pulp Fiction Inglourious Basterds Annie Hall Manhattan The Anxiety of Influence by Harold Blume Me & QT: What's Behind Tarantino Ditching His Leaked 'Hateful Eight' Script? by Brian Koppelman Rounders Knockaround Guys Diner Brief Interviews with Hideous Men by David Foster Wallace People Like That Are The Only People Here by Lorrie Moore 10:04 by Ben Lerner Amadeus A.O. Scott reviews The End of the Tour Letters to Vera by Vladamir Nabakov An Author Asks That You 'Consider the Lobster' by David Lipsky David Lipsky on The Late David Foster Wallace on WNYC's The Takeaway Consider the Lobster by David Foster Wallace Monsters: The 1985 Chicago Bears and the Wild Heart of Football by Rich Cohen The Art Fair by David Lipsky Three Thousand Dollars: Stories by David Lipsky Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again by David Foster Wallace The Deer Park by Norman Mailer Quack This Way by Bryan Garner A Gate at the Stairs by Lorrie Moore Girl With Curious Hair by David Foster Wallace "Blood on the Tracks" by Bob Dylan David Foster Wallace reads on Audible Idiocracy    This episode of the Moment is sponsored by Braintree. If you’re working on a mobile app and searching for a simple payments solution, check out Braintree. With one simple integration, you can offer your customers every way to pay. Period. To learn more, and for your first $50,000 in transactions fee-free, go to braintreepayments.com/moment   Email: themomentbk@gmail.com iTunes: itunes.com/themoment Twitter: @BrianKoppelman

Glasblåsarsvinet Druid, språkvård och bilden av Norrland  

Ibland pratar vi svepande om "Norrland", ofta får vi kommentarer som "vi skiter väl i vad som händer i Stockholm!". I dag kommer journalisten Po Tidholm som gjort serien "Resten av Sverige" till David, Hanna och Martina och förklarar hur filmen Jägarna påverkat bilden av Norrland och varför folk envisas med att bo kvar i glesbygden. Utöver det så får trion baskning för de engelska uttrycken som krupit sig in i deras språk och David Druid återförenas med sitt verk från förra veckans glasblåseri, vilket leder till ett nytt smeknamn: Glasblåsarsvinet Druid

Man Of A Thousand Faces - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 275 - Special Edition  


NEW FOR JANUARY 11, 2016

Man Of A Thousand Faces - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard - Vol. 275 - Special Edition
Now playing a new roles as a heavenly voice. A tribute to David Bowie.

1. Ashes To Ashes (live) - David Bowie Buy From iTunes*
2. Hurt (live) - David Bowie and Trent Reznor
3. Starman - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
4. Life On Mars (live) - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
5. Lady Stardust (early) - David Bowie Buy From iTunes*
6. Lazarus - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
7. Warzawa - David Bowie and Brian Eno Buy From iTunes
8. Heroes (live unplugged) - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
9. The Man Who Sold The World (live) - David Bowie w/ Lulu Buy From iTunes*
10. Penny Lane - David Bowie
11. See Emily Play - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
12. Shapes Of Things - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
13. Hang On To Yourself (early) - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
14. All The Young Dudes - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
15. Aladdin Sane - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
16. This Is Not America - David Bowie, Pat Metheny Group Buy From iTunes
17. Rock 'n Roll Suicide - David Bowie Buy From iTunes
18. Ziggy Stardust (live) - David Bowie Buy From iTunes*


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Finding Your Spoken Voice: How to Become Believable  

Do you talk on podcasts or in video? Want to be more comfortable in front of the microphone? To discover how to improve your spoken presence, I interview David Lawrence. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing. In this episode I interview David H. Lawrence XVII, an actor and voice talent. You may know him as the evil Puppet Master in the Heroes TV show. David has also done extensive voice work for radio, movies and even as the voice for America Online's customer service. David will explore how to find your spoken voice. You'll discover tips to get comfortable speaking on-camera, as well as some of the more common mistakes people make when speaking. Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below. Listen Now You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. How to subscribe on iPhone. Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show: Finding Your Spoken Voice David's background David grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, listening to both local and nearby stations on a little transistor radio hidden under his pillow. "I just fell in love with the idea that one person can sit in a room and talk to millions of people and make each audience member feel as though he or she was the only one the person was talking to," he recalls. Technology, David's other passion, has also run through everything he has done. David recalls his first time on a commercial radio station at WNCI in Columbus, Ohio. At the very end of "Barracuda" by Heart, he came out with "Landshark, candy gram," which was the big bit on Saturday Night Live at the time. From there he played the radio station jingle and headed into his career. After 12 or 13 years as a disk jockey, David's radio station flipped format, and he moved over to talk radio, where he found his stride. From there he went into syndicated radio: SiriusXM. In 2007 David decided that "radio was great, it had its day and I was done with it." It was time to move to on-camera. He says he likes the phrase, "Leap and the net will appear." David just leapt, although he had been preparing and training. Before he did anything on-camera, he learned how the business worked, as well as who the gatekeepers (but not decision-makers) were. That knowledge was helpful when David first started to audition, he says. David booked Heroes within six months of starting the full-on audition process, which is a lot faster than a lot of actors experience with the process. David explains how his one episode of Heroes turned into many. The first day on the set, his character was supposed to get shot and killed. Toward the end of the day, the director gave David new lines. In this newer version, his character had a chair thrown at him and was sent back to prison. "I was new at this and I said, 'Wait a minute. I rehearsed my death scene all weekend. I'm not going to be able to do that?' They responded, 'Do you want to die? Because we talked to your agent and you're in the next eight episodes.'" In addition to all of the legwork and preparation, David says the book, Secrets of Screen Acting (for which he recently finished voicing the audio book version), was also helpful. David also teaches voiceover courses on VO2gogo.com and he created the Rehearsal app. Here's how the app came about. David was in his agent's office and was called to audition across town with little time to prepare. His usual process is to record his lines and his partner's lines. He would then put that recording on iTunes, so he could repeat it until he learned his lines. All he had at his agent's office was his iPhone with voice memo, which did not have a repeat function. When David got to the studio, he learned they decided to write out the part.

FridayFix • NYT bestselling author Kevin Hearne  


Author Kevin Hearne came to San Diego for ComicCon. We baited him into the Lair of Døøm with tacos and Mexican corn. He couldn't resist, then we got him on the mic to talk about his Iron Druid series.

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Cool stuff we talk about:

Eleven characters of first-person present, in one novel? Madness! Pros and cons of Scrivener and MS Word. A 19-year path to stardom. The benefits of age when it comes to writing. The IRON DRUID series as well as Kevin's next epic fantasy series. Tacos (duh).

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Episode 120: Taking a Look at the Man in the Mirror – changes on the way [PODCAST]  

Everyone who is wise will take the time periodically to examine their own desires, wants, and wishes, and who they are in light of those things. They will look at the way they live their lives, at the way they interact with other people, and they will make the changes. This episode is all about changes, particularly the changes that David is making in his own life. Those changes will include some adjustments to the publication and distribution of this podcast so make sure you take a listen so you understand where David is headed with this show. [Tweet "I’m never afraid to change, to #reinvent myself when I need to ~ David T.S. Wood"] Why you need to reassess and make changes in your life. Life throws you curveballs, and the circumstances you face will not always be the same. There's always room and even a need to adjust your thinking and your approach to the circumstances that you face day today. David's life has undergone some significant changes in the last few years and he's entering a new season of life that requires him to make some adjustments. You can hear her David has navigated these changes and what he's looking forward to on this episode. The relationships are what matter. As David’s sons are growing into men he's realizing that the time he has right now as they make that transition is a vital time of importance for him and for them. He's taking a break from many of the things that have consumed his time in recent years to spend more time with them, alongside them, helping them as they express a desire for him to do so. On this episode you'll hear David's heart as a father as he expresses it in relationship to the stage of life his sons are in. [Tweet "When life changes, YOU have to make changes ~ David T.S. Wood"] A desire to be a writer and an upcoming resource for you. As David has considered the places he has gone and the things he has done one of the things that has risen up inside of his own soul is the desire to become a writer. He feels that the experiences and knowledge he has gained in life are meant to be shared and by writing he can share them most effectively. He's currently working on a resource for his faithful listeners and followers to teach them how to create true wealth and their own lives. But he has dreams of many more books to follow. On this episode will get the details about the upcoming book and other projects David has in mind. What will it take for YOU to make the most out of the life you have? Making changes can be a very scary thing and David understands how difficult it can be. But on this episode he encourages you to take the steps necessary to make adjustments that will move your life forward, that will give you the experiences and connections that are vital to being happy. He says this as he enters his own time choices and adjustments to enrich his own life even more. You'll get a lot out of this episode so make sure you take time to listen. [Tweet "You have to truly take a look at the man in the mirror from time to time ~ David T.S. Wood"] Outline of this great episode [0:51] Why David is not sure what’s going to happen on this episode. [1:38] The transitions in David’s life and why he’s including you in the conversation. [3:02] The time to reassess and make changes. [4:32] The busy time David has experienced over the past year and how he discovered that something was not quite right. [11:06] How the story with David’s children is changing currently. [12:34] Why there will be a huge break in this podcast. [15:05] How to take an inventory of yourself and your life. [17:20] The upcoming ebook on wealth creation. [18:53] The golden handcuffs many people experience and how to avoid it. [21:15] David’s new desire and what it will require: to become a writer. [27:38] What will it take for YOU to open up space to accomplish new things? [37:00] Moving in a new direction. [46:02] What people are most afraid of.

111: David Vox 30 Days of Silence  

Operation Self Reset Episode 111: David Vox 30 Days of Silence
Today Jake is talking again with David Vox of Goaly.com.

Jake first talked with David in episode #93 and his story and how Goaly.com began. Now David is back to continue his discussion about his life and his goals.

After working hard for three years, David found himself so exhausted that he needed a chance to get away and relax. He decided to go to a monastery for one month to recharge and figure out where to go from there. David thought he’d find an enlightened teacher who could help him really relax and find clarified truth in his life. Instead, David found a racist, homophobic person who had something bad to say about almost every group of people in the world. So David turned inward, searching for clarity on his own.

To his surprise, David found that clarity he had been looking for. His mind was at complete peace and he was happy and content with his life. He thought it would disappear soon, but that feeling remained and David began to examine it to figure out what it was and where it had come from. David found that when he tried to define himself by what other people wanted him to be he became limited. But when he pushed beyond that he was limitless and could become anything. “Freedom is literally a door that disappears the minute you start searching for it,” David tells us. Only when you let go of all the thoughts in your mind, do you enjoy the moment and find that freedom you’ve been looking for.

Listen in as David continues his story and talks about going beyond limits to the ultimate goal.
Here’s what Jake and David talked about in this episode:

Embracing limitless possibilities
How to separate yourself from the consuming thoughts
The ultimate goal
Story versus goals

Mentioned in this episode:

Episode #93
Goaly.com

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OSR 93: Healing For Heros With David Vox Goaly.com  

Operation Self Reset Episode 93: Goats and Goals With David Vox
In this episode, Jake is talking with David Vox, founder of Goaly.com, a website made of the top coaches around the world to help you enhance your life.

David grew up in a small village in Norway, with an alcoholic mother who dated a violent man. When he was very young, David was put into foster care, which wasn’t much better than the life he had come from. The family treated him terribly and he had no friends except goats. Even after being taken from that family, he still lived with a lot of fear and anxiety. He eventually moved to a family that was kind to him, but David was still so traumatized by everything that had happened to him before that he acted like a goat by head butting things whenever he got angry.

David could have spent his life blaming his childhood for ruining his life and leading him nowhere as an adult. But instead, David didn’t want to spend his life as a victim and going nowhere. In every place where he could act as a victim and focus on his pain, he realized that there were people in the world who had it worse than he did. He was angry about his childhood and that one family made him drink from the toilet—but then he thought about the people in the world who would love to have any water to drink. Thinking about life this way made David move past his own anger and pain to become appreciative and happy about the life he had.

Growing up, David had to have a psychologist twice in his life. As an adult, he realized how helpful it could be to have a coach to help with personal development and goals. Thinking back about his childhood and how his caring foster family helped him to prepare for changes by easing him into them, he realized that was what people needed: someone to help ease them into changes or encourage them to follow certain paths. David decided to try to offer that through his site Goaly.com by getting coaches to offer their advice and encouragement to viewers.

Listen in as David speaks about what led him to wanting to connect people with coaches that haven’t just read books, but have lived these same situations and have advice on how to move forward. David’s story and Goaly.com could lead you to the transformation you need in your own life.
Here’s what Jake and David talked about in this episode:

Life is all about perspective
Sharing our best coaching strategies with each other
“Strategies for doing”
Putting your trust into everything around you

Mentioned in this episode:

Goaly.com
Facebook: Goaly
David book, Goat Boy.

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20 VC 055: David Pakman @ Venrock on The Future Of The Music Industry  

Quote of the Day: 'A great entrepreneur has the ability to bend the world to their will'. David Pakman, 20VC

David Pakman is a Partner at Venrock, having spent the past 12 years as an internet entrepreneur. This includes David's appointment as CEO of eMusic, the world’s leading digital retailer of independent music, second only to iTunes. Prior to joining eMusic, David co-founded Myplay in 1999, which he later sold, in 2001, to Bertelsmann’s ecommerce Group. Before Myplay, he was Vice President at N2K Entertainment, which created the first digital music download service. If that wasn't enough David is also the co-creator of Apple Computer’s Music Group.

In Today's Episode You Will Learn:

How David started his career as an entrepreneur and later made the move to VC? How David found the transition from entrepreneur and CEO to being a VC? What is the main value add that both Venrock and David provides to their investments? What makes a great entrepreneur for David? How long do VCs need to know entrepreneurs before making investments? What 3 tips would David give for best sourcing deals as a VC? What areas does David believe are soon to be disrupted? How does David predict the next big industries to be disrupted? What did David think of Jay Z's launch of Tidal? Who will dominate in the music streaming sector in the coming years?

Items Mentioned in Today's Episode:

David's Fave Book: Mindset by Carole Dweck David's Favourite Blog: Ben Thompson's: Stratechery Dollar Shave Club: Shave Time, Shave Money YouNow Tidal: High Fidelity Music Streaming

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DAVID ALLEN - GETTING THINGS DONE  

David Allen - Getting Things Done.FREE FULL EPISODE: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/david-allen-getting-things-done/David Allen had 35 jobs by the time he was aged 35. What could appear as an erratic career path has seen him work as a performing magician, travel agent and even vitamin salesman. It was in the 80s, though, that David developed his model for increasing productivity and efficiency, one that can be applied on personal and corporate scales. Since then he’s become a leading thinker and author in the field, publishing the bestseller ‘Getting Things Done’ in 2001.David has also invested and founded other businesses, such as Auctioneer and the David Allen Company. It’s the David Allen Company that present seminars across the world on productivity and time management. Aside from being an internationally known management consultant and bestselling writer, David Allen has a keen interest in transcendental meditation and the importance of spiritual practices.In the flurry that is the modern business world, David Allen’s methods have never been more popular or relevant. For those that struggle to bring order to their day or simply find it difficult to get things done, this episode is packed with essential wisdom. We know this week’s show will be worth watching again and again.Chapters:00:00 Trailer.01:04 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.04:14 Brian’s introduction.04:57 David loves global London.05:39 Reasons for moving from America to Amsterdam.11:28 Having a clear space within with nothing on the mind, gives freedom.16:12 Being appropriately engaged with your life so you can be fully present.17:03 Make action decisions when you’re smart so that when you’re dumb you do smart things.19:08 Don’t lose a valuable idea, park it in the right place.20:28 Goal setting, is it running you, or are you managing it.23:33 Decision making using the expansion or contraction theory.25:36 What he blames Mrs Williams in the 4th grade for.27:53 Understanding the methodology gives the freedom to advantageously use new technology.32:49 Ultra-connected world reinforces the need for the methodology.34:10 The art of stress free productivity is a Marshall Art.37:24 The to do list, capturing, clarifying and organising it.39:15 Procrastinators are the most sensitive, intelligent and creative people.40:45 Time is not the issue.43:30 Choosing to create or falling into the reactive email trap.43:55 Freedom to be spontaneous comes from creating a to do list.45:54 Stop, just stop. Temptations of modern technology.48:10 David visualises Twitter as a cocktail party.49:00 Advice to 21 year old just starting to find his place in the world.49:54 Using accountability coaches.50:42 Technique for capturing a task when not possible or proper to use a captive device.52:16 Success secrets.53:41 A crisis that produced a calm that was rare to find because it demanded it.55:26 gtd franchising.58:21 What type of people take to gtd and why.59:56 The value of in person instruction.1:01:24 David’s Marshall Arts history.1:02:53 A real interest in Japanese aesthetics and culture.1:03:30 Phone call to the 20 year old David Allen.1:04:34 Best advice ever received.1:05:34 Advice to the 20 year old who is fascinated by some of these concepts.1:06:25 Brian’s summing up.Show Notes:David Allen on Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Allen_(author)gtdhttp://gettingthingsdone.com/David Allen Ted Talk 2https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHxhjDPKfbYDavid Allen Ted Talk 1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOSFxKaqOm4FULL SHOW NOTES: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/david-allen-getting-things-done/Academy http://www.londonrealacademy.comFacebook http://www.facebook.com/londonrealTwitter http://twitter.com/londonrealtvGoogle+ http://gplus.to/londonrealiTunes  http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/london-real/id474722933Music "Cut & Run" & "The Complex" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Turbo 3 - Un año sin David Bowie: especial directos inolvidables - 10/01/17  

Conmemoramos el primer aniversario de la muerte de David Bowie con un especial dedicado a rescatar algunas de sus mejores grabaciones en directo: desde el Bowie mod de finales de los sesenta hasta el artista del siglo XXI, pasando por sus etapas glam-rock y soul-funk. Playlist: DAVID BOWIE - Rebel, rebel (A Reality Tour, Dublín, 2003), DAVID BOWIE - In the heat of the morning (BBC, John Peel in Top Gear, 1968), DAVID BOWIE - The width of a circle (BBC, The Sunday Show introduced by John Peel, 1970), DAVID BOWIE - The Jean Genie (Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, 1972), DAVID BOWIE - Moonage daydream (Hammersmith Odeon, Londres, 1973), DAVID BOWIE - Rock ’N’ Roll suicide (Hammersmith Odeon, Londres, 1973), DAVID BOWIE - All the young dudes (Tower Theater, Filadelfia, 1974), DAVID BOWIE - 1984 (Tower Theater, Filadelfia, 1974), DAVID BOWIE - Stay (Nassau Coliseum, Nueva York, 1976), DAVID BOWIE - Be my wife (Isolar II World Tour, 1978), DAVID BOWIE - ‘Heroes’ (Isolar II World Tour, 1978), TINA TURNER & DAVID BOWIE - Let’s dance (Concierto de Tina Turner durante Private Dancer Tour, 1985), DAVID BOWIE - Ashes to ashes (A Reality Tour, Dublín, 2003), DAVID BOWIE - New killer star (A Reality Tour, Dublín, 2003).


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20VC: Techstars Founder, David Cohen on Scaling Techstars Ventures and Investing In Uber, Twilio and Sendgrid  

David Cohen is the founder and managing partner at Techstars, so a few amazing stats on techstars first, they have a total of 762 companies of which 90% are active or have been acquired, having raised more than 2bn in funding, as for David he is a serial entrepreneur having founded Pinpoint Technologies which was acquired by ZOLL Medical Corporation in 1999. and David was also the founder and CEO of earFeeder.com, a music service which was sold to SonicSwap.com in 2006.

In Today's Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How David made the transition from Founder to VC with Techstars and Fund I?

2.) Fund I is one of the most successful funds in history; what was the structure with Fund I? Why did David choose a $5m fund size? How did he decide initial to follow on ratio?

3.)  Why was David so valuation sensitive with Fund I? Why was David so rigid on a consistent cheque size on Fund I?

4.)  Why did David decide to expand from being a solo GP fund? What are the challenges and complexities of fund scaling and did David approach this?

5.) Question from Ari Newman: What does David think about uncapped notes? Why does David like big boring companies? Brett Jackson: How did you meet Ryan Graves @ Uber and how did the Uber deal come about? Jason Seats: Where does David still see inefficiencies in the current venture model?

Items Mentioned In Today's Show:

David's Fave Book: The Soul Of Money

David's Fave Blog: Mattermark Daily

As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VCHarry and David on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Snapchat here!

 

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Spécial David Lynch  

Vingt-cinq ans après les saisons originales de Twin Peaks, le “film de David Lynch” est devenu un genre en soi. Alors comment sortir de l’écueil de l’autocitation avec cette troisième saison ? Pour comprendre d’où vient Twin Peaks, retour dans cet épisode spécial sur la carrière et la filmographie de David Lynch, plus complexe que la caricature qu’il a lui même bâti au cours des ans. Animé par Thomas Rozec, Julien Dupuy, Yannick Dahan, Rafik Djoumi et Stéphane Moïssakis. RÉFÉRENCES CITÉES DANS L’ÉMISSION Eraserhead, Labyrinth Man (David Lynch, 1977), Elephant Man (David Lynch, 1980), Dune (David Lynch, 1984), Blue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986), Sailor et Lula (1990), Twin Peaks (David Lynch, 1990), Twin Peaks : Fire Walk with Me (David Lynch, 1992), Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997), Une histoire vraie (David Lynch, 1999), Mulholland Drive (David Lynch, 2001), Inland Empire (David Lynch, 2006), Norman McLaren, Kenneth Anger, L’église de Satan (Anton LaVey), El Topo (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1970), La Montagne sacrée (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1973), La Nuit des morts-vivants (Georges Romero, 1968), John Waters, Freaks (Tod Browning, 1932), Hollywood Babylone (Kenneth Anger, 1959 - 1975), Crimes dans l’extase (Jesùs Franco, 1971), Kill, Baby, Kill (Mario Bava, 1966), eXistenZ (David Cronenberg, 1999), Mars Attacks! (Tim Burton, 1996), Twixt (Francis Ford Coppola, 2012), The Art Life (David Lynch, 2016) , Georges Lucas in Love (Joe Nussbaum, 1999), Do the Right Thing (Spike Lee, 1989). RECOMMANDATIONS ET COUPS DE COEUR RETROUVEZ LES RECOMMANDATIONS FAITES EN FIN D'ÉMISSION sur la page Soundcloud officielle des recommandations de NoCiné >> @nocine-reco

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Not what I'd call "gig ready".  

0:00:00 - 0:17:34 - INTROS, Morgan has never seen Grease, Tucker has write-in question for Morgan and has also never seen Grease, Sean watched a disappointing gay trucker porno.  0:17:35 - 1:41:51 - We discuss Bowie and/or Bowie's music in the following films: The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976), directed by Nicolas Roeg, starring David Bowie, Candy Clark, Rip Torn, Bernie Casey, and Buck Henry.  Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (1983), directed by Nagisa Oshima, starring David Bowie, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Takeshi Kitano, Tom Conti, and Jack Thompson Basquiat (1996), directed by Julian Schnabel, starring Jeffrey Wright, David Bowie, Benicio Del Toro, Dennis Hopper, Gary Oldman, Michael Wincott, and Courtney Love Velvet Goldmine (1998), directed by Todd Haynes, starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Christian Bale, Ewan McGregor, Toni Collette, Eddie Izzard, and Joseph Beattie The Prestige (2006), directed by Christopher Nolan, starring Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, Scarlett Johansson, Michael Caine, David Bowie, Rebecca Hall, and Andy Serkis Mauvais Sang (1986), dir. Leos Carax, starring Michael Piccoli, Denis Lavant, and Juliet Binoche. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004), directed by Wes Anderson, starring Bill Murray, Wes Anderson, Seu Jorge, Cate Blanchett, Anjelica Huston, Jeff Goldblum, Waris Awhulia, Willem Dafoe, Michael Gambon, Bud Cort, Noah Taylor, and Robyn Cohen. A Knight's Tale (2001), directed by Brian Hegeland, starring Heath Ledger, Shannyn Sossamon, Rufus Sewell, Mark Addy, Paul Bettany, Alan Tudyk, Laura Fraser, and James Purefoy.  Inglourious Basterds (2009), directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring Brad Pitt, Christoph Waltz, Melanie Laurent, Diane Kruger, Michael Fassbender, Daniel Bruhl, Denis Menochet, Mike Meyers, Rod Taylor, Til Sweiger, Sylvester Groth, Jackie Ido, BJ Novak, Eli Roth, Paul Rust, Samm Levine, Michael Bacall, Bo Svenson, Lea Seydoux, and Martin Wuttke.  Dogville (2003), directed by Lars Von Trier, starring Nicole Kidman, Paul Bettany, John Hurt, Lauren Bacall, Chloe Sevigny, Stellan Skarsgard, Udo Kier, James Caan, Ben Gazarra, Patricia Clarkson, Shauna Shim, Jeremy Davies, Phillip Baker Hall, Zeljko Ivanek, and Sibohan Fallon. The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), directed by Martin Scorsese, starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Barabara Hershey, Harry Dean Stanton, David Bowie, Irvin Kershner, Verna Bloom, Victor Argo, and John Lurie.  Into the Night (1985), directed by John Landis, starring Jeff Goldblum, David Bowie, Michelle Pfieffer, Bruce McGill, Richard Farnsworth, Vera Miles, Paul Mazursky and a good 100 cameos.  Labyrinth (1986), directed by Jim Henson, starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly.  The Hunger (1983), directed by Tony Scott, starring David Bowie, Susan Sarandon, Catherine Deneuve, and Dan Hedeya. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992), directed by David Lynch, starring Sheryl Lee, Kyle McLachlan, David Bowie, Moira Kelly, Chris Isaak, Keifer Sutherland, Harry Dean Stanton, Ray Wise, Madchen Amchick, Heather Graham, David Lynch, Grace Zabriskie, Jurgen Pronchow, Miguel Ferrer, and Frank Silva.  1:41:52 - 1:48:45 - The final entry in Travis Bickle's featuring of classic episodes of David Brothers' DEACON'S CORNER, ther world's longest running Blade fancast. We were extremely lucky to have these segments blow our show out of the water for the past month.  Next Week: Hail Caesar.  Our outro music this week: "Black Tie White Noise" by David Bowie. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York. This week combined with David Bowie's "Fantastic Voyage". The interstitial music is "Win" by David Bowie. You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from Sean, Tucker, and Morgan.  You can follow the show on twittertumblrletterboxd and facebook. If you like this show, please check out Tucker’s other podcast Comic Books Are Burning In Hell (also located at TFO and 

20 VC 088: David Frankel @ Founder Collective: The Most Founder Friendly VC in Existence  

David Frankel is the Managing Partner at Founder Collective, one of the world's most successful seed funds with investments in the likes of Uber, Hunch, Makerbot and About.me. Prior to Founder Collective, David was the Founder and CEO of Internet Solutions, one of the largest ISP providers in Africa. Following it’s acquisition David made his move into the investing game becoming one of the very first ‘super angels’, following exceptional success in this field, David along with Eric Paley (coming on the show on Wednesday) and Micah Rosenbloom founded Founder Collective, a seed stage venture fund whereby everyone at Founder Collective has started a technology company, they have lived and breathed the founder experience, a true founder friendly venture fund.

In Today's Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How did David make his move into the wonderful world of venture from being a founder and 'super angel'?

2.) Question from Spencer Lazar @ General Catalyst: How has David evolved as an investor over time? Has his strategy and approach altered?

3.) David has experienced some immense cycles both up and down, how has he seen the seed funding environment evolve?

4.) What was it like working with Chris Dixon from a16z? What advice would David give to someone looking to maintain or create a network around them? What other sources of deal flow do you utilize? How do you most like to be approached?

5.) How did FC's investment in Uber come about? What does David make of the regulatory hurdles Uber face with regards to employees or contractors? What is the future for Uber?

6.) What can we expect from Founder Collective? What is David excited about and why?

Items Mentioned In Today's Show:

David's Fave Book: Eating Well For Optimum HealthPlaying The Enemy

David's Fave Blog: Dan Primack, Term Sheet

David's Most Recent Investment: Pillpack

As always you can follow HarryThe Twenty Minute VC and David on Twitter here!

If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session you can follow him on Instagram here! 

081: David Meerman Scott  

David Meerman Scott is a best selling marketing author and speaker and thanks to Jim Stewart who helps keep David at the top of Google with StewArt Media he stopped by to chat with The Blokes on a recent visit to Melbourne. Here is what we learned from David Meerman Scott in this podcast How David became a "accidental marketing strategist" Why David's book "The New Rules of Marketing & PR" became his platform What David has learned travelling to over 100 countries Why David's speaking coach has improved his speaking technique How David prepares to deliver keynotes and speeches for a variety of clients Amazing story involving Steve's fridge and tumble dryers in China Why David is always checking Google News Why Taylor Swift gets a mention and which Bloke is a Swiftie? Got more feedback, please email  sean AT sportsgeekhq.com or tweet @BeersBlokesBiz or @seancallanan. Some insights & links from this podcast Follow David on Twitter @dmscott and on Linkedin David’s Blog - http://www.webinknow.com/ David’s Books - http://www.davidmeermanscott.com/books/ The New Rules of Marketing & PR The New Rules of Sales & Service Marketing the Moon :The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program Real-Time Marketing & PR Newsjacking Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead David follows these two blogs religiously Seth Godin Bob Lefsetz - The Lefsetz Letter How Beko develops products global consumers are eager to buy Taylor Swift tumblr post on Apple and Bob Lefsetz's take The beer we drank was from Atomic Pale from Gage Brewery Related episodes 40 - Public Speaking 22 - PR with Trevor Young 25 - Content Marketing - Tell Your Story 53 - Behind the Book - The Great Fragmentation 56 - Valerie Khoo - Business Storytelling iTunes reviews - 76 listeners have left an iTunes review for the podcast - THANK YOU read them all here  Got a question? Tweet the Blokes or  @BeersBlokesBiz Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @BeersBlokesBiz or on Facebook with your opinion. Connect with these Blokes The blokes on this podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek and SeanCallanan.com, and Sports Geek Podcast @SteveVallas from HONEY and soon to launched business.... @jimboot from StewArt Media David Scott (@dmscott) from DavidMeermanScott.com Thanks for review A fantastic Australian podcast in iTunes by GxJ from Australia I went to their launch recently, and I've listened to their archive, these guys are incredible. I gleaned more wisdom from them in one episode than I did from loads of other business podcasts. It's fantastic. Download it. Now. View and share this review Join the BBB Army Are you on Facebook?  Like BBB here and join the BBB Army Facebook group to chat with guests and listeners. Download episode below but we'd prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud or this feed if you don't use iTunes. Don't forget you can get these show notes via email subscription. Let us know your thoughts in the comments 

341: David Nihill | Comedy Habits to Become a Funnier Speaker  

Humor connects you and your audience.

"There's nobody more judged than a stand-up comedian."-Jerry Seinfeld

The Cheat Sheet: How to have people talking about your speech after it ends, in a good way. 22 hours of work go into 1 minute of a 60-minute stand up comedy set: true or false? Are keynotes dead? The rule of 3 ('tree'): what is it and how to use it. What is rehearsed spontaneity? And so much more...

Have you ever been in the audience for a speech so boring everyone around you stopped listening and starting doing other things? Is it your worst fear that someday YOU will be speaking and will be that dull? David Nihill is here to help us all be better public speakers through comedy.

David is a comedian and public speaker who was once terrified of being in front of an audience! Hear how he went from a terrified public speaker to a stand up comedian killing it on stage, and all the applicable comedy habits he learned along the way. Join us for all of that and more on episode 341 of The Art of Charm.

More About This Show:

For many of us public speaking is our top fear, even greater than our fear dying. As the joke goes "We'd rather be IN the casket than giving the eulogy at a funeral." But if you're wanting to face that, or are in a position where you must face that fear, today's chat with David Nihill will give you some tools you can use to overcome your fear and give a great presentation.

Not long ago David was rubbish at public speaking, he dropped far too many F bombs and was generally a nervous, sweaty mess. When one of his friends suffered a severe spinal cord injury David wanted to help raise funds. He suggested organizing a comedy show with top comedians as a fundraiser and the idea took off. The only glitch? David's friend insisted he give the opening speech, and David was petrified.

Instead of backing down from the challenge, David emulated one of his mentors Tim Ferriss and rose to the occasion. He took a very Tim-like approach to the subjects of comedy and public speaking. He wanted to break down the best speeches and comedic routines to figure out how he could follow in their footsteps. Were there common processes for both? Did the two overlap and if they did, how could he fuse them together to make his opening speech funny and well-received at his friend's fundraiser?

David went through a laborious and intensive study, and it paid off. His opening for the fundraiser was well-received, so much so that he was invited to open for a group of comedians at The Punch Line in San Francisco.

And that opened a new door for him. Today he has performed comedy routines at some of the top comedy clubs in California, he held the first Funny Bizz conference in 2014 and has just published his first book 7 Comedy Habits to Be a Funnier Speaker.

On today's show David explains a few of the many lessons he's learned about public speaking and comedy. The first topic we touch on is how to use humor in your presentations and speeches. Humor is the easiest way for others to relate to you, so use it early on in your speech to connect with your audience. If you're coming to their town learn something about the city you're in and use it humorously to show your audience you care about where they live and what their lives are like there.

Humor also makes your speech or presentation memorable;it accomplishes this by breaking down barriers between you and them. If you can break down those barriers and make people laugh, they will remember you and will be talking about you long after you've finished speaking.

All of that is well and good but how do you make people laugh? Is there a formula or a process we can take from comedy and apply to public speaking? There are several and we go into each of them on this episode; the one we'll discuss here is evaluating your performance. The best public speakers and the best comedians all evaluate themselves.

Yes it's awkward, uncomfortable and unpleasant, but it is how anyone improves anything they do (especially public speaking and stand up comedy). So record yourself and dissect what you do, how you do it. Look at what worked, what didn't work, trim out everything you can and hone in on the good stuff. Get a coach to help you if you can.

David dishes out other ways we can make our speeches and presentations funny and memorable including using the art of the callback and the rule of 3. So tune in to hear all of that and more, then join me in thanking him for the laughs and the learning. He was an awesome guest and you're awesome for listening. Thanks and we'll see you next time!

THANKS DAVID NIHILL!

If you enjoyed this session of The Art of Charm Podcast, let David know by clicking on the link below and sending him a quick shout out on Twitter:

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283 – 10 Simple Ways to Live a Kickass Life  

After pulling an all-nighter with his guy friends David reflects on some of the quotes that he has written that truly help him live a KickAss Life and shares the Top Ten Songs of all time put out by Rolling Stone Magazine. Join David at one of his upcoming events: Perth-Sydney-Belize www.amplifiednetwork.com/events Win Free One on One Coaching with David: Simply write a review on iTunes for either show - The Kickass Life - Amplified Network Marketing Take a screen shot of your review and post it on our Amplified Network Marketing page. Once a month you will have a chance to be picked, as your name will stay in the hat until your chosen Top Ten Songs: Ray Charles – What’d I Say – 1959 Nirvana – Smells like Teen Spirit – 1991 Beatles – Hey Jude – 1968 Chuck Berry – Johnny Be Good – 1958 Beach Boys – Good Vibrations – 1966 Aretha Franklin – Respect – 1965 Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On – 1971 John Lennon – Imagine – 1971 The Rolling Stones – I Can’t Get No Satisfaction – 1965 Bob Dylan – Like a Rolling Stone - 1965 Today's Quotes by David T.S. Wood "Tell the truth all the time with compassion." - David T.S. Wood "Everyone is waiting for someone else to go first." - David T.S. Wood "Every Master was Once a Disaster including Moi!!" - David T.S. Wood "In order to truly succeed in life you have to Stop taking advice from Broke unhappy people" - David T.S. Wood "Drugs, alcohol and tattoos was the way young people used to rebel. Not any more, The 'New Rebellion' for Young People is creating physical and finical freedom for themselves and their families so that they can do more, be more and have more. Do yourself a favor and join the rebellion." -David T.S. Wood "The Definition of the word FEAR is 'The Anticipation of Pain' To Anticipate something is to imagine it being real Our Fear then only exists in our imagination, its a made up story Maybe its time to make up a new story and conquer that FEAR What would you do TODAY if you were not AFRAID??" - David T.S. Wood "The next time someone is negative, rejects or is nasty to you and it slows you down or even worse stops you altogether, imagine that they just threw up all over you and you chose to pick up a spoon and eat it. Success tastes better." - David T.S.Wood "If you want to attract amazing relationships, great people and lots of money into your life then jump in with both feet and believe in what you are doing. It's an uncertain world and people are attracted to certainty." - David T.S. Wood "Certainty is Sexy" - David T. S. Wood "Stop trying to get people in your business. No one likes to be 'GOT' Instead, start really 'getting' who people are, and how you can serve them and watch your business take off." - David T. S. Wood "The foundation of the modern Network Marketing Profession is not based on greed and what’s in it for you, but generosity and how you can help others succeed." - David T.S. Wood

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