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In the 1870s, enormous swarms of grasshoppers beset pioneers on the American plains

In the 1870s, new farmsteads on the American plains were beset by enormous swarms of grasshoppers sweeping eastward from the Rocky Mountains. The insects were a disaster for vulnerable farmers, attacking in enormous numbers and devouring everything before them. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the grasshopper plagues and the settlers' struggles against them. We'll also delve into urban legends and puzzle over some vanishing children. Show notes Please suppo...
Tags: Post, Podcast, News, Futility Closet, Rocky Mountains


AS HEARD ON – The Jim Polito Show – WTAG 580 AM: Passwords, Data Collection, Big Tech and more

Welcome! Good morning, everybody. I was on with Mr. Jim Polito this morning and we discussed Passwords, huge databases, data collection by Big Tech and our schools, COPPA  and Google. So, here we go with Mr. Polito. For more tech tips, news, and updates visit – CraigPeterson.com —  Automated Machine Generated Transcript: Craig Now we’ve got the New Mexico Attorney General, who I’m sure will be joined by other attorneys general to file suit on this. We’ve got this children’s online Privacy Protec...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Podcast, Microsoft, America, Sem, Fbi, Macbook, Canada, New Mexico, Worcester, Craig, Don, Jim, Craig Peterson


Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode One Hundred Thirty-Nine

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode One Hundred Thirty NineThere’s never a shortage of anything for Jon and Rob to talk about and for you to sink your teeth into when you listen.  And as usual, the boys set about trying (key word) to understand to understand a world going insane while discussing things rationally…  On this show,  they dissect the football playoffs; the nasty stanch of politics and of Gwyneth Paltrow’s candle (!); the passings of Neil Peart and Buck Henry; the u...
Tags: Food, Art, Books, Podcast, Music, Politics, Television, Film, Theatre, Sports, Cnn, Current Events, Rob, Gwyneth Paltrow, Houston Astros, Popdose


Podcast #587: How to Get More Pleasure and Fulfillment Out of Your Reading

 Do you have a goal of reading more, but any time you start working on that goal, it feels like a chore? The equivalent of eating your broccoli? My guest today argues that the problem is likely due to the fact that you’re trying to read what you think you should be reading, instead of reading what you actually enjoy.  His name is Alan Jacobs. He’s a professor of literature and the author of The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction. At the start of our conversation Alan offers a cri...
Tags: Books, Podcast, Life, Travel & leisure, Classics, Harry Potter, Alan, Cs Lewis, Theodore Roosevelt, Anna Karenina, Adler, Alan Alan, Mortimer Adler, Harold Bloom, Alan Jacobs He, Shakespeare Reading


AS HEARD ON NH Today with Jack Heath WGIR-AM 610: The Technology and Spread of the Coronavirus and More

Welcome, Good Monday morning, everybody. Craig Peterson here. I was on with Jack Heath this morning. We discussed the Coronavirus, Covid-19 and its spread and how Technology is helping and hurting. Here we go with Jack. These and more tech tips, news, and updates visit – CraigPeterson.com —  Automated Machine Generated Transcript: Craig So there we go this morning with Jack Heath Craig Peterson here, and let’s get into it. We talked quite a bit about some different aspects of what’s happening wi...
Tags: Apple, South Korea, Podcast, China, Massachusetts, Samsung, Sem, New Hampshire, Maine, Italy, Amsterdam, Jack, Craig, Don, Ken, Boston Massachusetts


Episode #19: Elsie’s Forever-ish Home Update

Happy Monday! This week, we’re sharing updates from Elsie’s phase one home renovation, which includes all the renovations happening before they move in. You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . This episode is sponsored by our friends at The Home Depot! We’ve worked with them on several projects and love that they have so many options and resources for home DIY...
Tags: Podcast, Home Decor, Nashville, Asa, Joy, Kelly, Emma, Elsie, Lance, Joy Cho, Etsy Here


Equity Monday: Stocks fall, Square earnings, and Capiche raises $1.1M

Good morning friends, and welcome back to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a short-form audio hit to kickstart your week. Regular Equity episodes still drop Friday morning, so if you’ve listened to the show over the years don’t worry — we’re not changing the main show. (Here’s last week’s episode with Danny Crichton if you want to listen; I also just got the pun in the headline.) Starting off this week the news is not very good. I start to prep for Equity Monday on Fridays, keeping tabs of themes ...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Podcast, Podcasts, Tech, United States, Equity, Danny Crichton, Capiche, Austin Smith, Equity podcast, Coronavirus, Credit Karma Intuit, Happy Monday Equity


Podcast: Panicked Over Finances? Why Money Influences our Mental Health

   The rent is due tomorrow; but then you’ll be left with only $10 for the week’s groceries. What do you do? Many people panic over money (or the lack of it), but for those of us with mental illness, it can feel like a life or death situation: It can trigger an even greater anxiety attack and/or depression. Or it may mean not being able to afford the medication that keeps you well enough to work. What can be done? In this Not Crazy episode, Gabe and Jackie discuss how you can gain a ...
Tags: Psychology, Google, Amazon, Podcast, General, Disney, Stress, Mental Health, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Jackie, Mental Health And Wellness, Money And Financial, Judy, Lifehelper, Gabe Howard


What You Should Talk about on Your Podcast, with Tara McMullin

Welcome back to The Copyblogger Podcast, and this week Darrell Vesterfelt speaks with podcasting expert Tara McMullin about the ins... Continue Reading The post What You Should Talk about on Your Podcast, with Tara McMullin appeared first on Copyblogger.
Tags: Podcast, Featured, Blogging, Darrell Vesterfelt, Tara McMullin


2/22 Illegal Curve Hockey Show

Guests: Anthony San Filippo at 28:31, Marty Biron at 52:17and Samanthan Pell at 01:16:25.
Tags: Podcast, Sport, Latest, Winnipeg Jets, Marty Biron, Winnipeg Jets Podcast, NHL Podcast, Hockey Podcast, Anthony San Filippo, Samanthan Pell


Intego Mac Podcast, Episode 123: Switching Default Apps on the iPhone and iPad

Your iPhone or iPad comes with 36 default apps, including Mail, Safari, and Messages. You may want to use other apps for email, for browsing, and for messaging, in part to enhance your security and privacy. While you can't set other apps to replace the defaults, as you can on macOS, you can switch. We explain how.
Tags: Iphone, Security, Ipad, Podcast, Tech, Blogging, Intego Mac


Podcast 79: Content Strategy at Babylon Health, with Rahel Anne Bailie

In this podcast episode, Rahel talks about Babylon Health and her role as Director of Content there. We discuss content strategy, content design, and the issues Babylon Health faces. We also look at... [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
Tags: Podcast, Seo, Content Strategy, Babylon Health, Rahel, Rahel Anne Bailie


Spotify announce the Finalists for the first ever Spotify Awards show

Spotify’s first ever awards show is less than 3 weeks away and they’ve revealed the finalists in the running to win the Spotify Awards 2020. Spotify’s upcoming Awards ceremony decides its nominees and winners a little differently to most. Rather than a board of influencers discussing and deciding on their favourites the selections are all made from user-generated data. The Awards ceremony will take place in Mexico City and will be the first ever Awards presented by the major music strea...
Tags: Spotify, Podcast, Music, Podcasts, US, Mexico City, Music Streaming, Streaming, TNT, Latin America, Digital Music News, Telemundo, Awards Show, Awards Ceremony, Universo, Auditorio Nacional


AS HEARD ON: WGAN Mornings with Ken and Matt: Election and Voting Technology, Phishing and Coronavirus Covid-19

Good morning everybody! I was on with Ken and Matt. We had a good discussion about the upcoming Nevada Caucus and if they will experience some of the same issues as in Iowa. We also discussed the cybercriminal phishing emails being sent out with the warnings about the Coronavirus that if clicked on will infect your machine and network and also why you should delete apps that you do not use to protect your privacy. These and more tech tips, news, and updates visit – CraigPeterson.com — Automated ...
Tags: Podcast, Cdc, West Virginia, Sem, Fbi, Hillary Clinton, Maine, New York Times, Iowa, Secret Service, Nevada, Department Of Homeland Security, Craig, Eastern Europe, Trump, Don


Now with More Regional Sports Network Fees!

In this Marketing Over Coffee: Learn about Smart Speakers, Facial Recognition, BS Cable Fees, and more! Direct Link to File Brought to you by our sponsors: ahrefs and LinkedIn Google Weather Map looking stormy Blocking to win the media scrape battle but losing the smart speaker war Amazon and Google losing ground in the smart speaker war? Not exactly. Buying via Text Message not working yet for WalMart – losing $15k/year/member 7:57 MoC is brought to you by ahrefs – learn why we use a...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Podcast, Marketing, Walmart, Chris, LinkedIn Google, Marketing Over Coffee Newsletter, Coffee Listeners, Smart Speakers Facial Recognition BS Cable Fees


Podcast: Clutter vs Hoarding- How to Live Clutter Free

Are you drowning in clutter? In today’s podcast, decluttering expert Tracy McCubbin identifies the 7 emotional clutter blocks that may be lurking in your psyche and offers tips to overcome each one. For example, do you have a basket full of unopened mail? Do you have an absurd number of name-brand shoes collecting dust in your closet? And what about that expensive candle you’ll light “one” day? Each of these clutter types is rooted in a different emotional clutter block. Is there an are...
Tags: Psychology, Amazon, Facebook, Nordstrom, Podcast, General, Interview, California, China, Habits, Self-help, Tracy, Ohio, Antiques Roadshow, St Louis, Instacart


Spotify have redesigned podcasts with trailers and more

Spotify have updated their app to make it even easier to find podcasts that you love and discover new ones recommended for you. Spotify’s new Podcast Show page makes it simple to know what a podcast is all about. Each page will have a trailer so you can quickly see and hear the essence of that podcast and category tags at the top help you simply use keywords to understand a podcast’s themes and topics. Spotify now have over 700,000 podcasts and that number is quickly growing all the tim...
Tags: Videos, Spotify, Podcast, Music, Podcasts, Streams, Podcasting, Music Streaming, Trailers, Streaming, Streaming Services, Digital Music News


The Geek in Review Ep. 68 – The Innovative Concept of Legal Writing in Plain English

The legal industry relies upon the writings and communications of lawyers, judges, and lawmakers. For the citizens and clients who are subject to these legal writings, understanding the legalese is painfully frustrating. We were asked by a fan of the show (in full disclosure, it was Greg’s sister-in-law Wendy) why lawyers can’t write in plain English. We pulled together a panel of four experts on legal communications and asked them just that. It turns out that writing in plain English is not...
Tags: Podcast, Legal, Writing, Law, Uncategorized, Toronto, Communications, Data Analytics, Wendy, Greg, Myers, Guthrie, Evan Parker, Marlene, Neil Guthrie, O'Melveny


ThinkComputers Podcast #210

This week on the podcast we talk about our reviews of the Corsair A500 and Glorious PC Gaming Race GMMK gaming keyboard, the new RTX 2080 Ti Cyberpunk 2077 Edition, 10th gen Intel leaks and more! The post ThinkComputers Podcast #210 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Podcast, Intel, Tech News, ThinkComputers, ThinkComputers Podcast, Core i9-10900, ModWater, Core i7-10700F, Corsair A500, Gmmk Tenkeyless, Gmmk Tkl, Rtx 2080 Ti Cyberpunk 2077


Tennis Lessons From The Australian Open – Tennis Quick Tips Podcast 181

Let's talk about the Australian Open! Again! I told you I wasn't going to be able to let this go. In my last episode, I gave you all of my tips for making the most of any professional tennis tournament you might attend. But in this episode, I'm giving you some completely different tips. I'm...Read More
Tags: Podcast, Fitness, Sport, Tournaments, Pros, Mental Game, Best Tennis Tips, Grand Slams, The Pros


Podcast #586: The Story of the Skiing Soldiers of WWII

In the winter of 1940, a group of civilian skiers was sitting by a fire in a ski lodge in Vermont shooting the breeze about how the US Army needed an alpine division like the militaries in Europe had. That conversation transformed into a concerted effort to turn their idea into a reality, and the creation of the Army’s 10th Mountain Division — a unit which would play a vital role fighting in the mountains of Italy during World War II. My guest today has written a book on these skiing, snow-bo...
Tags: Europe, Podcast, Life, US, America, Italy, Army, US Army, Vermont, Tommy Caldwell, Maurice, Zoro, Military History, Zicam, 10th Mountain Division, Maurice Isserman


Workplace Revolution with Amy Nelson

Amy Nelson is the founder and CEO of The Riveter. If you’re not familiar with The Riveter, it’s a modern day union of women and their allies. It’s a community, a workspace and resource that supports women in building business and careers. The Riveter has locations all throughout the US and is growing rapidly. I cannot wait for you to this story. Amy Nelson practiced corporate litigation for over a decade in New York City and Seattle and worked in politics under several presidents. But it wasn’t ...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, Entrepreneurship, New York City, Women, US, Startup, Transition, Fear, Mother, Seattle, Gender Gap, Amy, Riveter, chasejarvisLIVE, Amy Nelson


Transcript of Podcast 76: Trends in Technical Communication for 2020 and beyond

Here the transcript of Podcast 76: Trends in Technical Communication for 2020 and beyond. This is the Cherryleaf Podcast. Hello and welcome to the Cherryleaf Podcast. This is episode number 76 and... [[ For the full article, see http://www.cherryleaf.com/blog.htm]]
Tags: Podcast, Trends, Seo, Transcript, Cherryleaf Podcast Hello


Do You Want to Be Famous?

If you want to be famous, you need to build a personal brand. To help you develop that brand, we share five simple questions to ask. We discuss how to achieve fame through personal branding on The BIGG Success Show. Here’s a summary of that discussion. The famous artist, Andy Warhol, famously said, “In the […] The post Do You Want to Be Famous? appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Careers, Fame, Andy Warhol, Professional Development, Famous, Personal Brand, Personal Branding, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, The Professor And Mary-lynn


In 1828, Ann Marten began to have disturbing dreams about her missing stepdaughter's whereabouts

When Maria Marten disappeared from the English village of Polstead in 1827, her lover said that they had married and were living on the Isle of Wight. But Maria's stepmother began having disturbing dreams that hinted at a much grimmer fate. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of the Red Barn, which transfixed Britain in the early 19th century. We'll also encounter an unfortunate copycat and puzzle over some curious births. Show notes Please support us on...
Tags: Post, Podcast, News, Britain, Futility Closet, Maria, Red Barn, Maria Marten, Ann Marten, Polstead


Relationships, romance, and a little hope for the whole world, with Robert Wilder | Spawned Episode 190

Even though Valentine’s Day is over, we can all use a little more romance, relationship advice, and hope, don’t you agree? That’s why we think you’ll enjoy our almost completely live (yes live!) Spawned Parenting podcast episode we recorded on Valentine’s Day. Along with our special return guest, Robert Wilder, author and lead writer of […]
Tags: Podcast, Shopping, Valentine's Day, Valentine, Valentine's Day Gifts, Spawned Podcast, Robert Wilder


AS HEARD ON – The Jim Polito Show – WTAG 580 AM: Apps, tracking, selling info and election security

Welcome! Good morning, everybody. I was on with Mr. Jim Polito this morning and as you know today is Primary Day in New Hampshire it is the Big Day for our State Sport – Politics.  That means it is the day to address voter manipulation, voter fraud, low tech solutions and why apps are not the answer. So, here we go with Mr. Polito. For more tech tips, news, and updates visit – CraigPeterson.com —  Automated Machine Generated Transcript: Craig You’ve got this free little cute little game, isn’t t...
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Google, Facebook, Podcast, New York, Microsoft, West Virginia, Department Of Defense, Sem, Mit, Hillary Clinton, New Hampshire, New York Times, Iowa, Mozilla


Spend Your Privilege (with Brittany Packnett Cunningham) – Episode 37 of Rants & Randomness

My peoples! It’s the first regular episode of Rants and Randomness for the new decade streaming through your headphones! On this episode, I’m feeling good about the splashes of color from Hair Love and Parasite winning in an otherwise monochromatic Oscar ceremony. And I’m feeling really good about writing a piece for The New York Times. I rant about how we need to do better when it comes to being aware of disinformation in our news and online and some steps we can take to keep from spreadin...
Tags: Podcast, Nigeria, Barack Obama, Netflix, New York Times, Humor, Ferguson, Msnbc, Brittany, Cynthia, Matthew A Cherry, Bong Joon Ho, Tonya Rapley, Chicago Recording Company, Rants & Randomness, Harvard s Institute of Politics


Episode #18: Making A Mood Board For Your Entire Home

Hi everyone! This week, we’re diving into how to make a mood board for your entire home in four steps. Defining the look and feel I am going for has been incredibly helpful as I decorate my spaces over time, so today we’re sharing tips for this process! You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . This week’s episode is sponsored by Grove Collaborative. If you foll...
Tags: Podcast, Home Decor, Home Decor 101, Emma


Podcast #585: Inflammation, Saunas, and the New Science of Depression

I’ve dealt with depression in my life. My body temperature also seems to run hot; in fact my wife Kate has nicknamed me “the baked potato.” My guest today says that there may be a connection between those two things. His name is Charles Raison, he’s a psychiatrist, professor of psychiatry, and the co-author of The New Mind-Body Science of Depression. We begin our conversation with why Charles thinks it’s important to ask the question, “Does Major Depression even exist?” and what we do and don...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Emotions, Charles, Kate, Squarespace, Charles Raison