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January 31 2014

08:20

Dubravka - 360documentaries - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Dubravka is a refugee from Bosnia who is learning English but the politeness of our culture keeps confounding her. http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/360/dubravka/5214680

January 07 2014

18:31

Fred Hahn on Advice Goddess Radio

Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science. I have a rerun for you this week -- but a very good one as well as a very topical one, because a lot of people use January 1st as their start date for getting healthy (and slimmer). On this show, exercise trainer and rehab expert Fred Hahn explains why slow-speed strength training, for just a few minutes a week, will make you healthier than that fitness fanatic who spends hours and hours in the gym. (He lays out fascinating and solid evidence throughout the show.) Fred is co-author, with Dr. Michael Eades and Dr. Mary Dan Eades, whom I greatly respect, of The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution: The Slow-Motion Exercise That Will Change Your Body In 30 Minutes A Week. He will debunk all the myths most of us hold about exercise and fitness, and leave you with a plan for exercise that will make you fitter and healthier, and will only eat 12-15 minutes of your week. This is a not-to-be-missed show. This method of exercise has improved my health and my life and I'm hoping you'll follow my lead. Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, from 7-8 pm Pacific and 10-11 pm Eastern, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon And please buy a copy of my own science-based (and funny) book on why people are rude and how to change things, I SEE RUDE PEOPLE: One woman's battle to beat some manners into impolite society. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon/2013/12/30/fred-hahn-on-science-based-exercise

November 21 2011

22:12

Mondo Diablo Episode 330: A Prayer for the Brutal Death of our Enemies, and Drinking Game

Due to an unfortunate run-in with some proprietary software, this week's playlist is gone. To compensate for this injustice, I have included a fun drinking game. It's very easy to play: just take a drink of your favorite beverage when commanded! Have a fun and safe Thanksgiving!

May 13 2011

14:46

Dear Miss Manners

The social web is now a teenager –awkward, arrogant, snarky, fearless, experimental and open. She is shaking things up and having a major impact on our culture, social dynamics and etiquette. What are the new social dynamics and cultural impacts of all these tools and technologies? This session will explore the emerging etiquette issues of our participatory hyper-connected world. What are the new rules? How are our relationships, culture and business assumptions changing? Do we understand the impact of this new relationship persistance? - Do I have to ask before I post a photo of a friend online? Who has editorial approval? - Am I required to respond to every inbound communication I receive or is “ignoring” an accepted response? - Where is the line between encouraging participation and being just plain annoying? - What are you doing mucking up my activity stream? - What the heck is a “friend” anyway? How do we design, build and manage these new spaces? What are the new rules of the online commons and the associated appropriate etiquette? This participatory session will ask attendees to contribute their own real world examples and will lay out a new framework for a new social contract. It’s our job to decide what we want our web teenager to be when she is all grown-up.
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