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6 | En samtale om konstruktiv kritik... Hvordan er det lige man håndterer det?  

Velkommen til episode 6 af Coffee & Kale. Denne gang læser vi nogle af de konstruktive og de mindre konstruktive kommentarer op, som vi har fået gennem tiden - og svarer tilbage på dem. Kontakt os her: coffeeandkalepodcast@gmail.com Find os også på instagram: www.instagram.com/stonemuse/ og www.instagram.com/danicachloedk/ Husk hashtagget #coffeeandkale

Sawbones: Detox  

Before you start your next juice cleanse or coffee enema, we beg of you: Let Dr. Sydnee and Justin reassure you of the amazing detoxification powers of the human body.

Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers

26-02-2017: De Sandwich  

Uur 1 1. Love is the sweetest thing ? Mel Torme 2. Als ik aan vader denk ? Henk Elsink 3. Paris in the rain ? Sarah McKenzie 4. None of us are free ? Solomon Burke 5. Malaika ? Miriam Makeba 6. Into pieces ? Matt Winson 7. Heilige Antonius ? Rowwen Heze 8. Every soul?s a sailor ? Stephen Fearing 9. Syracus ? Henri Salvador 10. Un Mexicain ? Les Compagnons de la Chanson 11. Gewoon weer gelukkig ? Carolina Mout 12. Mad about the boy ? Caro Emerald & Jools Holland 13. I scare myself ? Thomas Dolby Uur 2 1. The right thing to do ? Carly Simon 2. Kleine man in de maan ? The Ramblers 3. Green lights ? Sarah Jarosz 4. Sozinho ? Fernando Lameirinhas & Frank Boeijen 5. Homeward bound ? Simon & Garfunkel 6. Who do you think you are ? Lorren 7. I?ll write a song for you ? Earth Wind & Fire 8. Jerome ? Generale Klank Maatschappij 9. You?re the cream in my coffee ? Ruth Etting 10. The best things in life are free ? Trijntje Oosterhuis 11. Wat is er mis met luisteren ? Ge Reinders & Syb van der Ploeg 12. Everywhere ? Fleetwood Mac 13. Lucky ? Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat 14. Yo te quiero ? TenTemPies 15. I miss you baby ? Marv Johnson 16. Latin satin ? Tony Hatch Orchestra

Jay Pasachoff - The 2017 Annular Eclipse and a Post-Pluto Spacecraft Mission  

Description: Preparation for the annular solar eclipse in Patagonia, the southern part of Argentina and Chile, on February 26. Today boasts an eclipse of the Sun, but you have to go to the southern part of South America to see the Moon go entirely in front of the Sun.  The Moon is a little smaller than average today, so it doesn't completely block the Sun, leaving a ring--an "annulus"--of everyday sunlight.  Such an annular eclipse occurs somewhere in the world about every 18 months.

Maps are linked to my website http://eclipses.info

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Travelers in the Night - Eps. 265 & 266 - Dancing With Earth & Colliding Planets  

Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006.

Today's 2 topics:

- The PanStarrs group discovered 185' diameter 2016 HO3, which co-orbits with Earth as we orbit around the Sun.

- Dr. Elisa Quintana of NASA Ames has run huge computer model simulations of planetary collisions in our solar system and exoplanetary systems.

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The Frank Skinner Show - Bag of Gold  

Frank Skinner's on Absolute Radio every Saturday morning and you can enjoy the show's podcast right here. Radio Academy Award winning Frank, Emily and Alun bring you a show which is like joining your mates for a coffee... So, put the kettle on, sit down and enjoy UK commercial radio's most popular podcast. Frank is joined by the Cockerel and the Devine Miss Em and the team have much to discuss from the Brits. Frank went to Brighton again and the team talk pie-gate.

Gist: George Saunders’ American Ghosts  

George Saunders’ first novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, is a bit of a head trip. Half of it takes place in the liminal phase between life and death. It’s about Abraham Lincoln’s son, Willie, who died at the age of 11, but we almost never hear from him. And it takes about four to five chapters to understand what’s going on. “My goal is the early difficulty pays off later,” says Saunders. “Once the book teaches you how to read it, it takes you to places you couldn’t have gone otherwise.” Saunders talks to Mike about Lincoln, research, and his recent nonfiction work for the New Yorker.

In the Spiel, why CPAC has come around on Trump. (Hint: It’s because he’s the president.) 

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George Saunders’ American Ghosts  

George Saunders’ first novel, Lincoln in the Bardo, is a bit of a head trip. Half of it takes place in the liminal phase between life and death. It’s about Abraham Lincoln’s son, Willie, who died at the age of 11, but we almost never hear from him. And it takes about four to five chapters to understand what’s going on. “My goal is the early difficulty pays off later,” says Saunders. “Once the book teaches you how to read it, it takes you to places you couldn’t have gone otherwise.” Saunders talks to Mike about Lincoln, research, and his recent nonfiction work for the New Yorker.

In the Spiel, why CPAC has come around on Trump. (Hint: It’s because he’s the president.) 

Today’s sponsors:

Tripping.com. Tripping.com gives you access to millions of vacation properties all in one place. Visit Tripping.com/gist to find your perfect vacation rental today.

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Ep. 11 - Gen Pop's 2017 Oscar Episode (GUEST: Richard Roeper from HDNet)  

Joanna and David discuss this year's Oscars race, talk about famous snubs that still hurt, and make predictions for who will win this weekend. Film critic Richard Roeper joins us for this episode. Check out Richard Roeper's "And the Oscar Goes" to program on HDNet. Find local listings at hdnetmovies.com/subscribe. Follow Richard on Twitter: https://twitter.com/richardroeper Shownotes: (0:15) Intro (14:00) Richard Roeper joins us (53:15) Pop Culture recommendations Subscribe to this show via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=1183001461&mt=2&ls=1 Subscribe to this show via RSS: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:272776774/sounds.rss Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/genpopshow Email us at genpopshow@gmail.com All music is used under Creative Commons from freemusicarchive.org: Intro music - "RSPN" by Blank Kytt from the album "Heavy, Crazy, Serious" Interval music - "I'm Going for a Coffee" by Lee Rosevere from the album "Music for Podcasts 3" Ending music - "Enthusiast" by Tours from the album "Enthusiast"

259 - Stuck on You  

00:00:00 - Kelly has a new paper out! It's about wasps being parasites within other parasites right on campus where she works, so that's about as nifty as it gets. You can watch a video about the study here, and read the open access paper here.

00:20:15 - Nothing like thinking about having your brain infected by parasites to make you want a drink, right? Joe thinks he's being original but doesn't realize he's just Jacob because they both thought it would be cool to drink Soylent on the show. Joe's is chocolate flavored instead of coffee, so there's that. Ryan feels cheated with his supposedly 'Scandanavian' Cider that's actually made in Estonia. Not cool!

00:29:16 - Frog tongues, how do they work? Part of the answer is in their selectively stick spit. Also, they swallow with their eyes somehow? That's weird. Frogs are weird. But that doesn't mean you should steal them. Listen to Chunk and don't take amphibians that aren't yours. Joe also reminds us of dirty misspellings and makes puns, feel free voice your disapproval directly to him.

00:50:12 - PaleoPOWs are a lot like frog's swallowing; they both involve more moving parts than you'd expect. Kelly begins with a donation from Eric W. who wanted to thank us for getting him through some tough times. You're welcome and thank you for supporting the show! Joe has more to say about frogs thanks to an e-mail about American Bullfrogs invading Canada as researched by Hans C. And Ryan wraps up with a new 5-star iTunes review (our favorite kind!). 

Thanks for listening and be sure to check out the Brachiolope Media Network for more great science podcasts!

Music for this week's show:
Smile Like You Mean It - The Killers
The Sporting Life - The Decemberists
Speaking In Tongues - The Eagles of Death Metal

BFT – Weekly Wrap-Up 17-08  

For our weekly wrap-up, we bring you the wit and wisdom of Chuck Woolery as he distills the latest news in short segments of sarcasm, as heard this week on radio stations across the country. This week: Women’s Pay, Men’s Privilege, Ivanka’s Brand, Victim Party and Black Rifle Coffee.

Weekly Space Hangout - Feb 17: Space News Roundup and Samuel Mason of the Tesla Science Foundation  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbkQHJAvdkQ

Streamed live on Feb 17, 2017.

Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )
Special Guest: No special guest this week, just space news! No, wait! We do have a special guest after all! It's is Samuel Mason, the Director of the Tesla Science Foundation, NJ Chapter. The mission of the Tesla Science Foundation is to establish and promote the recognition and awareness of Nikola Tesla's inventions, patents, theories, philosophies, lectures, and innovations.

Regular guests:

Morgan Rehnberg ( http://cosmicchatter.org/ & @MorganRehnberg )

Kimberly Cartier ( http://KimberlyCartier.org & @AstroKimCartier )

This week's stories:

- Are humans going back to space?

- When will the SLS be launching?

- Our special guest shows up!

- How do you fix the Big Bang's lithium problem?

- Congress is told that NASA's exploration plans aren't sustainable.

- Homegrown organic materials found on Ceres!

- Building a computer that can survive on Venus.

- Exomoons, exomoons, exomoons!

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Sweater by Jane Hirshfield | Friday, February 24, 2017 | The Writer's Almanac with Garrison Keillor  

What is asked of one is not what is asked of another. A sweater takes on the shape of its wearer, a coffee cup sits to the left or the right of the workspace, making its pale Saturn rings of now and before. Lucky the one who rises to sit at a table, day after... Read more »

Organic material discovered on Ceres - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 20 Episode 15  

Stream Episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com or www.spacetimewithstuartgary.com (both mobile friendly) *Organic material discovered on Ceres Evidence of organic material has been found on the dwarf planet Ceres. A report in the journal science claims the detection by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft adds to a growing list of solar system bodies found to contain organic materials which are key building blocks for life as we know it. *NASA's Europa Flyby Mission Moves into Design Phase A mission to examine the habitability of Jupiter's ocean-bearing moon Europa is taking one step closer to the launch pad, with the completion of a major NASA review. The Europa mission spacecraft would launch in the 2020's, arriving in the Jupiter system several years later. *How to stop when we reach Alpha Centauri Scientists have worked out a way to slowdown and stop once spacecraft finally reach our nearest interstellar neighbour Alpha Centauri. In April last year, Russian physicist and billionaire Yuri Milner together with British scientist Steven Hawking announced the Breakthrough Starshot Initiative to fly a swarm of tiny spacecraft to the Alpha Centauri star system -- 4.37 light years away -- with in our lifetimes. *Ariane 5’s first launch this year The first Ariane 5 launch for 2017 has successfully blasted into orbit carrying two new telecommunications satellites. Arianespace flight VA235 launched from the European Space Agency’s Kourou spaceport in French Guiana into cloudy skies. For Enhanced Show Notes, including photos to accompany this episode: http://www.bitesz.com/spacetime-show-notes Subscribe, rate and review SpaceTime at all good podcasting apps…including iTunes, audioBoom, Stitcher, Pocketcasts, Podbean, Radio Public, Tunein Radio, google play, etc. RSS feed: https://audioboom.com/channels/4642443.rss NEW: The SpaceTime with Stuart Gary merchandise shop. Get your T-Shirts, Coffee Cups, badges, tote bag + more and help support the show. Check out the range: http://www.cafepress.com/spacetime Thank you. NEW: Help support SpaceTime and get a free audio book of your choice, plus 30 days free access from audible.com. Just visit www.audibletrial.com/spacetime or click on the banner link at www.spacetimewithstuartgary.com Email: SpaceTime@bitesz.com Join our mailing list at http://www.bitesz.com/join-our-mailing-list For more, follow SpaceTime on Facebook, twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, Google+ and Clammr: Facebook: @spacetimewithstuartgary twitter: @stuartgary Tumblr: http://spacetimewithstuartgary.tumblr.com/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/2/collection/cabtNB YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhpBkuHSLfIRnliLB12HoC1QE0rwr8qRS Clammr: http://www.clammr.com/app/spacetime If you're enjoying SpaceTime, please help out by sharing and telling your friends. The best recommendation I can get is one from you. Thank you... #astronomy #space #science #technology #news #astrophysics #NASA

An Experiment to Save Local News in Nevada  

Jon Ralston has decades of experience covering politics in Nevada, as a columnist for both major Las Vegas newspapers and a host on local TV. But as the major news outlets have cut their politics coverage, Ralston has launched an experiment to save local political news: a nonprofit site called The Nevada Independent. Ralston is also a contributing editor to Politico.

In the Spiel: Republican lawmakers face their constituents. It’s not going well for the lawmakers. 

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Seincast 128 - The Friars Club  

"That might be the stupidest thing you've ever said. No, the stupidest thing you ever said was when you said Steve Kroft from 60 Minutes is the same guy from Seals & Croft."

Vinnie & Matt discuss "The Friars Club", the eighteenth episode of season seven, as well as...the passing of Warren Frost, our blurb in Entertainment Weekly, and good urinal acting.

Links from our discussion:

RIP Warren Frost Our EW blurb! - 15 Podcasts That'll Give You A Break From Reality The Flying Karamazov Brothers Head of Friars Club: "I have no idea why the Feds raided us." Rob Schneider
Twitter IMDB Be sure to check out listener Maarten Bouw's weekly artwork Season 7 bloopers RSVP for some Seinfeld Trivia in NYC (hosted by Matt) W 3/8 at Stone Creek Tavern M 3/13 at Slattery's Midtown Pub T 3/21 at Tavern on Third Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Bob Einstein - "Unusable On The Internet" Christoph Waltz - "Champagne, Cigars, and Pancake Batter" Lewis Black - "At What Point Am I Out From Under?" Cedric the Entertainer - "Dictators, Comics, And Preachers" Norm MacDonald - "A Rusty Car In The Rain" Kristen Wiig - "The Volvo-ness" Season 9 Trailer

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Vinnie's Top 20

The Opposite The Contest The Outing The Junior Mint The Implant The Opera The Cheever Letters The Marine Biologist The Hamptons The Bubble Boy The Label Maker The Hot Tub The Couch The Movie The Airport The Lip Reader The Jimmy The Fusilli Jerry The Rye The Doll

Matt's Top 20

The Boyfriend The Pilot The Hamptons The Cheever Letters The Outing  The Library The Pen The Contest The Label Maker The Marine Biologist The Implant The Doorman The Hot Tub The Fusilli Jerry The Sponge The Alternate Side The Doll The Seven The Kiss Hello The Shower Head
SET PIECE MENU Episode 12  

Welcome to the latest edition of Set Piece Menu - the football podcast where four friends share their love of the game over food. The talking point: Football's lost art of defending. The food: cinnamon swirls, pain au chocolat, a selection of berries and (after a late night & early morning) coffee, lots of coffee.

Jason Lewin - Don't Get Eclipsed By Time  

Jason Lewin, Director of Marketing for American Paper Optics ( http://www.eclipseglasses.com/ / @EclipseGuys ), talks about eclipse viewing safety. APO sells the red/blue type and other 3D glasses as well as solar viewing glasses. He talks with John Jerit, the company's CEO, founder & Owner.

 

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Ep. 15 - Tiny Tweaks That Give You BIG Boosts  

Where there’s a will, there’s a way. True or false?

FALSE!

Willpower (like gas in a tank) is a finite resource. You can do powerful things with willpower, but sometimes willpower fails or you simply run out of it.

Jay Papasan, co-author of The ONE Thing, is back to share what our team discovered about the willpower myth so that you can be more productive.

 

In this episode you will learn...

[1:00] What willpower is… and what it isn’t. [2:10] Why your willpower is never unlimited. [3:30] How to refuel your cognitive stamina. [4:38] ONE little trick to keep you focused (without a coffee break). [5:33] AH-HA Moment: When you should focus on your most important work. [7:26] Why you should make important decisions when you have more willpower. [8:21] Why being extraordinary is a cumulative process. [11:45] How you can create a positive halo effect in your life by doing this for just 15 minutes a day. [14:20] How this big misconception about The ONE Thing holds you back. [14:42] The ONE thing to implement from this episode.

 

The ONE Thing to Implement From This Episode:

The ONE Thing isn’t about picking the right ONE thing – it’s about picking something. Pick something that you can do for yourself or your business, first thing in the morning, that will give you positive momentum. It can be as simple as making your bed or working for your first 15 minutes in the office… just give yourself a WIN!

 

Links & Tools From This Episode

“Do You Believe These Six Productivity Myths?”

 

AWESOME FREE RESOURCES FOR YOU!

Make the most out of your willpower with our cheat sheet! Form your first power habit with your 66 Day Challenge Calendar Check out our awesome blog! [FREE Training] How to Start Time Blocking TODAY!

 

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