Media Mining Digest 335 – Apr 13, 2018: 3D Printing in Disaster Zones, 5G and Smart Transportation, Affordable Care Act, AI Uses, Airbnb Co-founder, Alzheimer’s Prevention, Atari Founder, Biden on Russia, Blimps, Blockchain on Farm and Ranch, Chicago Youth Gang Solution, Chief of Staff Effectiveness, Computer Coding by Children, Counterterrorism, Credit Card Privacy, Energy Trends Globally, Envy and Status, Friendship Problems, Gerrymandering, Homeless Women, Information Avoidance, Networks and Hierarchies, Presidential Lessons Learned, Proof of Concept Centers, Recidivism Algorithm Bias, Regulation Capture, Russian Interference, San Quentin Stories, Segregation in U.S., Sex Trafficking Crimes, Sexual Harassment of Five Women, Social Media Bubble Uses, Syrian Issues, Trade with Canada, Walls Around the World, Weinstein, World Economic Trends, World Energy Outlook, Y Combinator Operations

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3D Printing in Disaster Zones 30 mins – “Tom and Tracy reads out a statement by Dr. Eric James of Field Ready to spread the word and get some help for their GoFundMe for those who feel so inclined to donate. It would help the use of 3D printing in disaster zones that Field Ready is working with right now due to the recent hurricanes.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

3D Printing in Gold Liquid 12 mins – “Liquid gold or gold 3D printing can forever change the industry of jewelry design. But are all jewelry designers going to need to go learn CAD? Or will that limit their artistic skills and creative process? Also, you’ve got to have the right printer for these types of designs or you’re not going to get the feedback you need.At the link find the title, “Gold Liquid 3D Printer, “ from the pop-up menu.

3D Printing in Schools 34 mins – “Anyone of our listeners, teachers, educators, or head of the PTA even, anyone who is considering getting 3D printing into schools, this is the one for you. We had a great conversation with Drew Lentz the manager of the MakerBot Learning Team. He shared many helpful and free resources for educators for all kinds of the learning spectrum, whether one is a right brained or a left brained type of learner there’s a program for you to learn 3D modeling. Makerbot has some great events this summer for teachers, hosting Make-A-Thons in major cities across the country.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

3D Printing in Two Colors 43 mins – “Two years ago at CES, we first saw the CEL Robox Dual 3D Printer that promised to 3D print using two colors and two materials. For product designers, this is the solution to single extrusion 3D printers. You can tell that this machine is on a different league right from the label of the box that says “Micro-Manufacturing Platform.” It is recommended that you follow instructions during the hard ware setup, because there will be small inconvenient problems if you don’t. The propriety slicing and printer control software is Automaker, for which operating the functions will take a little getting used to. Learn why this 3D printer is the real deal with its claim to be the game changer of the 3D printing industry.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

3D Printing Museum Sculptures 36 mins – “Today, we’re going to take a deeper dive into scanning, and in particular 3D scanning art, and on an initiative that is really trying to scan the whole world in reality. It’s pretty ambitious. We’ve got Jon Beck on the show. He’s Project Manager at MyMiniFactory for the Scan The World project. It is very cool. It is the idea that they’re going to scan sculptures around the world in hopes of 3D print art preservation and 3D scanned art preservation of course. Also, to really make these 3D scans available to people around the world to be able to print and experience the art when they don’t have the ability to travel to see the original.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

3D Printing Slicing Software 28 mins – “Simplify3D, from my experience and in my opinion, is the best slicing software that I’ve come across so far. It’s not free, but it is well worth it’s price. Simplify3D, not only does it have more capabilities than any other slicing software I’ve used, but it really is a very comprehensive program and it has a well done user interface.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

5G and Smart Transportation 89 mins – “the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings held a forum on smart transportation and discuss a white paper on ‘Smart Transportation in China and the United States.’At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Affordable Care Act 92 mins – “the Brookings Institution’s Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy and the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy co-hosted an event examining where the individual market is today and where it is heading.” At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

AI Uses 39 mins – “At The Intersection Of AI, Governments, And Google – Tim Hwang by ycombinator” At the link find the title, “#11 – At The Intersection Of AI, Governments, And Google – Tim Hwang, Jun, 2017,” right-click “Media files 330465277-ycombinator-11-at-the-intersection-of-ai-governments-and-google-tim-hwang.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Airbnb Co-founder 168 mins – “Joe Gebbia (@jgebbia) is a designer, entrepreneur, and global explorer. He is the co-founder and CPO of Airbnb, which has changed the way the world travels and how people connect in more than 190 countries. In this wide-ranging and hilarious interview, Joe delivers the details on his path to Airbnb, and he shares the decisions, hardship, failures, and successes that prepared him for Airbnb.” At the link find the title, “Joe Gebbia — Co-Founder of Airbnb, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 11e79eb4-52eb-4b06-b114-23ac7961924d.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Alzheimer’s Prevention 57 mins – “Nearly five million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s disease. In 30 years, that number is estimated to be 16 million In today’s episode, Ken and Dawn interview Dr. Stephen Cunnane, a Canadian physiologist whose extensive research into Alzheimer’s disease is showing how ketones can be used as part of a prevention approach that helps delay or slow down the onset of Alzheimer’s. Cunnane is a metabolic physiologist at the University of Sherbrooke in Sherbrooke, Quebec. He is the author of five books, including” Survival of the Fattest: The Key to Human Brain Evolution,” which was published in 2005, and “Human Brain Evolution: Influence of Fresh and Coastal Food Resources,” which was published in 2010.” At the link left click the down-pointing arrow, select “Save File,” and “OK” from the pop-up menu to get the podcast.

American Idol in Somalia 58 mins – “Reality TV may be popular around the world, but it’s also roundly mocked as formulaic and contrived. So, can that kind of fragile fantasy world meaningfully influence reality? We look at the goals and impact of a UN-backed reality show called “Inspire Somalia,” that attempted to model democracy and freedom in a country racked by decades of clan warfare and oppression by extremist groups like al-Shabab.” At the link find the title, “March 16, 2018, The Other Real World Support,” right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Artisanal Product Market 58 mins – “Jane Mosbacher Morris is the Founder and CEO of TO THE MARKET, a socially-inspired business connecting artisan groups around the world with consumers and businesses seeking social impact product. She previously served as the Director of Humanitarian Action for the McCain Institute for International Leadership, where she managed the Institute’s anti-human trafficking program.  She currently serves on the Institute’s Human Trafficking Advisory Council.  Prior to joining the Institute, she worked in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Counterterrorism and in the Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues.   Her written work has been published by platforms ranging from the National Defense University and The Houston Chronicle to Refinery 29 and the Huffington Post.  Her book, Buy the Change You Want to See, will be published by Penguin RandomHouse in October of 2018.  Morris is a member of VF Corporation’s Advisory Council on Responsible Sourcing. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a MBA from Columbia Business School.  She is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations and is married to fellow entrepreneur, Nate Morris of Kentucky.” At the link click left-link, select “Save File” and “OK” to get the podcast.

Atari Founder 53 mins – “Before he turned 40, Nolan Bushnell founded two brands that permanently shaped the way Americans amuse themselves: the iconic video game system Atari, and the frenetic family restaurant Chuck E. Cheese’s. PLUS in our postscript “How You Built That,” an update on H2OPS, a non-alcoholic take on craft-brewed – a fragrant sparkling water made with hops. (Original broadcast date: February 27, 2017)” At the link find the title, “Atari & Chuck E. Cheese’s: Nolan Bushnell, Mar , 2018,” right-click “Media file 20180322_hibt_atari.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Audrey Munson Nudes 26 mins – “All over New York City, there is a woman in various states of undress, so baked into architecture that we barely even notice her. In the public library, she leans against a white horse; at the intersection of 59th and 5th, she perches atop a fountain; on 107th and Broadway, she reclines on a bed; and on top of the Manhattan Municipal Building she stands tall, this time cast in gold. She has gone by many names: Star Maiden, Priestess of Culture, Mourning Victory, and, simply: Niche Figure. But the truth is, all these likenesses were based on a single person: a model by the name of Audrey Munson….” At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, select “Save File” and “OK” from the pop-up menu to get the podcast.

Author Brad Meltzer 21 mins – “Brad Meltzer is known for his conspiratorial political thrillers, but with a new series of historical profiles for kids, he’s finding a rich new way to tell stories. Brad sits down to talk with Chuck about how he finds his stories, and what really scares him about Washington.” At the link find the title, “Author Brad Meltzer: Can political thrillers survive in the age of Donald Trump? Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files b5ae09ec-1997-4c3a-a38a-ebd1d3345f34.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Automation and Demographic Trends 58 mins – “The Robert B. Menschel Economics Symposium generates critical thinking about the consequences of herd mentality behavior in global economics.” At the link find the title, “A Conversation With Google’s Hal Varian, Jan, 2019,” right-click “Media files 20180207 Menschel Symposium Session #1 OTR_MP3_128kbit_44kHz stereo.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Belief Blindness 43 mins – “When was the last time you changed your mind? Are you sure? In this episode we explore new research that suggests for the majority of the mind change we experience, after we update our priors, we delete what we used to believe and then simply forget that we ever thought otherwise. In the show, psychologists Michael Wolfe and Todd Williams, take us though their new research which suggests that because brains so value consistency, and are so determined to avoid the threat of decoherence, we hide the evidence of our belief change. That way, the story we tell ourselves about who we are can remain more or less heroic, with a stable, steadfast protagonist whose convictions rarely waver — or, at least, they don’t waver as much as those of shifty, flip-flopping politicians. This can lead to a skewed perception of the world, one that leads to the assumption that mind change is rare and difficult-to-come-by. And that can lead to our avoiding information that might expand our understanding of the world, because we assume it will have no impact. The truth, say Wolfe and Williams, is that mind change is so prevalent and constant, that the more you expose yourself to counterevidence, the more your worldview will erode, replaced by a better, more accurate one — it’s just that you probably won’t realize it until you look back at old posts on social media and cringe. At the link right-click “Direct download: 124-Belief Change Blindness_2.mp3and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Bias Measurement 49 mins – “A culture of racism can infect us all. On this week’s Radio Replay, we discuss the implicit biases we carry that have been forged by the society around us.” At the link find the title, “Radio Replay: The Mind of the Village, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180316_hiddenbrain radio replay mix-499ded04-2569-49c7-a698-b7384e596db9.mp3” and select “save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Biden on Russia 60 mins – “Coauthors Joe Biden and Michael Carpenter discuss the article, “How to Stand Up to the Kremlin: Defending Democracy Against Its Enemies,” which appears in the January/February issue of Foreign Affairs.” At the link find the title, “Foreign Affairs Issue Launch with Former Vice President Joe Biden, Jan, 2018, “ right-click “Media files 20180123_Biden OTR.mp” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Blimps 21 mins – “They are hulking, but graceful — human-made whales that float in the air. For over a century, lighter-than-air vehicles have captured the public imagination, playing a recurring role in our dreams of alternate realities and futures that might have been. In these visions, cargo and passengers traverse the globe in smoothly gliding aircraft, then dock elegantly at the mooring towers on top of Art Deco skyscrapers. Today, blimps are mostly just PR gimmicks, but for 100 years, lighter-than-air crafts were seriously considered as the perfect design solution for all kinds of problems, at least in theory. And despite setbacks and failures, people just wouldn’t give up on the promise of airships. The most promising (and most opulent) rigid airship of the 1920s era was Britain’s R101 (the R stands for rigid) and its rise and dramatic fall is the primary subject of engineering expert Bill Hammack’s new book about Britain’s last great airship, called Fatal Flight.” At the link find the title, “300- Airships and the Future that Never Was, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 300_Airships and the Future that Never Was pt01.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Blind TVI Toolbox 24 mins – “Blind Abilities presents the TVI Toolbox. Where the collaboration between Teachers, Counselors, Parents, Agencies and the Students themselves help enhance the opportunities for success. Transitioning from high school to college and the workplace is a major step and the beginning of lifetime goals and aspirations. As Devin , this month’s featured interview in the Success Stories portion of this podcast, experienced the workforce through an internship with the Business Enterprise Program (BEP). The BEP Director John Hulet talks about what to expect and how to get involved with BEP. Devin’s mom, Lisa Ferguson, takes us through her experience as a mom of a child with vision loss and working with State Services for the Blind (SSB). Her perspective along with Devin’s gives us a good idea of how Devin became a member of the workforce at age 15. Job experience, resume writing, learning the public transit system as a means of transportation and developing a relationship with a business owner and the Transition Team at SSB gives Devin and Lisa a wealth of experience moving forward.” At the link right-click “Download” nd select ‘save LinkAs’ from the pop-up menu.

Blockchain on Farm and Ranch 37 mins – “Jerod McDaniel is a farmer and cattleman from Texhoma, Oklahoma. He is progressive when it comes to farm-related data, and new technology and practices. He is quite open and excited about the idea behind blockchain and how it would impact farmers like him. Jerod took over his grandfather’s farm in 1995 when he was just 18 years old which has enabled him to acquire the necessary skills for traditional farming as well as learn and integrate new ways to make the different processes involved much more efficient. He is considered one of the agriculture industry’s top Twitter influencers. In this episode, Jerod discusses what farmers like him expect from blockchain technology. He shares some of the issues farmers and ranchers currently face and their current solutions, and how blockchain technology can elevate the systems they already have in place. He also describes the importance of having the right data when it comes to breeding with the right genetics and how it can make an otherwise slow year profitable.” At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow at the sound bar, then select “Save File” and “OK” to get the file.

Chicago Youth Gang Solution 60 mins – “…Brookings Nonresident Senior Fellow and former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan convened a panel of young people from Chicago CRED to discuss their experiences, including problems they’ve faced and challenges they’ve overcome in dealing with gun violence in their communities.At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Chief of Staff Effectiveness 29 mins – “Chris Whipple, author of “The Gatekeepers: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency” joins Chuck to talk about his interviews with 18 former Presidential Chiefs of Staff, and why John Kelly might be in trouble.” At the link find the title, “What makes a bad Chief of Staff? Chris Whipple ranks the best and worst, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 142f9a19-882d-4666-b071-03cde3b743b7.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

China and U.S. Relations 185 mins – “…the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings hosted a three-part event to assess the prospects for U.S.-China relations.” At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Chinese President Term Limit 62 mins – “Speakers discuss the proposed amendment to China’s constitution to eliminate presidential term limits, allowing President Xi Jinping to remain in power indefinitely, and the implications for China’s domestic politics and its relationship with the United States.” At the link find the title, “Unrivaled Power: The Lifting of China’s Presidential Term Limits, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180322_Lifting Chinas Term Limits.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Computer Coding by Children 82 mins – “Welcome to episode 460 of Moving at the Speed of Creativity by Wesley Fryer, from March 13, 2018. This podcast features a series of three recent interviews, and opens with a recommendation to try the newly updated Anchor.fm website and Anchor mobile app for podcast creation and publishing. The first interview is with high school senior Sarah Fryer, who shares her experiences and lessons learned taking concurrent classes from the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) and the Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) as a student in Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS). Sarah took two classes from UCO in fall 2017, including one online course and one face-to-face course at the UCO campus in downtown Oklahoma City. This spring Sarah is taking two concurrent classes from OCCC, again one online and another face-to-face. The second interview is with Eric Ebert (@biggestmeow), the high school computer science teacher at Casady School. Eric shares a little about the growth of the computer science program at Casady, and how he has been using GitHub and GitHub classroom to help his students manage their coding projects. Eric also shared how he’s used audio podcasts created with Garageband and SoundCloud to encourage student reflection during and at the conclusion of coding projects. The third interview is with Shelly Fryer (@sfryer), a 3rd grade teacher at Casady School who has been integrating coding into her language arts lessons and Maker Studio time using the iPad app PBSkids Scratch Junior. Shelly taught an after-school class for 3rd and 4th graders in fall 2017 on coding with PBSkids Scratch Junior, teaching students how to create animations, tell stories, and create simple games. In spring 2018, Shelly has taught the same after-school class on PBSkids Scratch Junior for first and second graders. She has also co-led an after-school coding class using Scratch software for third and fourth graders. She shares stories and lessons learned from these coding classes, and also highlights her recent experiences at a Code.org workshop in San Antonio as one of three coding Ambassadors from Oklahoma. Please refer to the podcast shownotes for links to referenced resources…” At the link find the title,”Podcast460: UCO and OCCC Concurrent Classes, GitHub in CompSci, and Elementary Coding Lessons, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 2018-03-12-speedofcreativity.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Concrete in Rome 49 mins – “Why is it that modern marine concrete structures crumble and corrode within decades, but 2,000-year-old Roman piers and breakwaters endure to this day? …Dr. Marie Jackson, a scientist who has spent the past two decades figuring out the answer to that and other questions about the durability of ancient Roman mortars and concretes. Marie is a research associate professor in the department of geology and geophysics at the University of Utah. She is known for her investigations in pyroclastic volcanism, mineralogy, materials science, and archaeological science that are breaking new ground in understanding the durability and specialty properties in ancient Roman mortars and concretes. She is particularly focused on deciphering Roman methods and materials in the hope of producing innovative, environmentally friendly cementitious masonry products and nuclear waste storage materials that would benefit the modern world. She was the lead principal investigator of a drilling project in the summer of 2017 on the Surtsey Volcano, which is on a small isolated island off the coast of Iceland. The volcano is growing the same mineral cements as Roman marine cement and the drilling project is helping provide extraordinary insights into the materials and processes the Romans used. She is particularly focused on deciphering Roman methods and materials in the hope of producing innovative, environmentally friendly cementitious masonry products and nuclear waste storage materials that would benefit the modern world…. ” At the link left click the down-pointing arrow, select “Save File,” and “OK” from the pop-up menu to get the podcast.

Counterterrorism Strategy 60 mins – “Ambassador Nathan A. Sales discusses U.S. counterterrorism initiatives and developments to the UN Security Council Resolution on Foreign Terrorist Fighters.” At the link find the title, “U.S. Counterterrorism Strategy: Next Steps for the State Department, Jan, 2031,” right-click “Media files 20180205 U.S. Counterterrorism Strategy OTR.mp3” and select ‘Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Credit Card Privacy 60 mins – “This week we discuss Facebook’s latest privacy issues, Microsoft censoring your communication, Google tracking, the latest Offense/Defense, and listener questions.” At the link find the title, “073-This Week In Privacy, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 422376048-user-98066669-073-this-week-in-privacy.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Democratic Strategy 32 mins – “Dan Sena, Executive Director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, joins Chuck to talk about Conor Lamb’s win in PA-18, and what Democrats have to do if they want to win back the House in the 2018 midterms.” At the link find the title, “Democrats plot their 2018 Strategy: DCCC’s Dan Sena, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 3efdc754-bbb8-4874-aba8-faa72019d791.mp3” and select”Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Digital Invisibility 62 mins – “This week we get an inside peek of the people search website industry, and learn some surprising details.” At the link find the title, “071-An Inside Look at People Search Sites, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 414734787-user-98066669-071-an-inside-look-at-people-search-sites.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Digital Transformation 56 mins – “The idea of a 3D printer with one nozzle and four filaments going into it is amazing, and the piece of hardware that comes along it would be as equally amazing because it would be able to print one object with four different and solid colors. This is still a complex area in the world of 3D printing and it would be understandable if the actual printer was not coming out soon. However, at the 3D Printer Display Exhibit at SXSW there was a display of a 3D printers with CMYK printing features. While the display piece itself looks promising the features that it promises at that moment was truly questionable, mainly because perfectly printing every pantone color in CMYK is still not achievable. While most 3D printers came out from kickstarters, it is was a wise choice to keep your eyes open for what you’re going to be getting.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Dual Language Learning Classrooms 62 mins – “Across many early childhood education and care (ECEC) and K-12 school systems in the United States, the diversity of languages spoken, countries of origin, and other characteristics of the young child population is rapidly rising. An increasing number of communities in the United States are experiencing conditions of “superdiversity,” creating learning environments that require different instructional strategies and approaches than those used in more homogeneous or bilingual settings to support Dual Language Learners’ access to high-quality early childhood services that can support their healthy development and future academic success. This webinar marks the release of two research reports that illustrate the challenges and opportunities related to teaching and learning in a superdiverse environment, pointing to promising approaches to work effectively in multilingual, multicultural classrooms. The reports focus on patterns of home language use across different ECEC program types, and the potential of the Sobrato Early Academic Language (SEAL) model to improve instruction and outcomes for Dual Language Learners in superdiverse settings. During the webinar, authors present findings and highlights from their work, and key implications for policy and practice will be discussed.” At the link right-click “Download (Loading)” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Energy Trends Globally 58 mins – “Fatih Birol discusses the newest edition of World Energy Outlook, the prospects for renewable energy, and the outlook for energy markets in the coming year.” At the link find the title, “World Energy Outlook, Dec, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180117 Fatih Birol OTR.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Envy and Status 56 mins – “Envy is one of the most unpleasant of all human emotions. It also turns out to be one of the most difficult for researchers to study. And yet, there’s mounting evidence that envy is a powerful motivator. This week, we explore an emotion that can inspire us to become better people — or to commit unspeakable acts.” At the link find the title, “Counting Other People’s Blessings20180323_pmoney_pmpod671rerun.mp3, Feb, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180226_hiddenbrain_final final final envy podcast_mix.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Friendship Problems 48 mins – “Boys get the message at a young age: don’t show your feelings. Don’t rely on anyone. This week, we take a close look at misguided notions of masculinity in the United States. We explore how those notions create stressed-out romantic relationships, physical health problems, and a growing epidemic of loneliness. Plus, we consider how we might begin to tell a different story about what it means to be a man.” At the link find the title, “The Lonely American Man, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180319_hiddenbrain_hb_friendships-final_mix.mp3” and select {Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Gerrymandering 48 mins – “The way we draw our political districts has a huge effect on U.S. politics, but the process is also greatly misunderstood. Gerrymandering has become a scapegoat for what’s wrong with the polarized American political system, blamed for marginalizing groups and rigging elections, but there’s no simple, one-size-fits-all design solution for drawing fair districts. Drawing districts may be the most important design problem of representative democracy and this week FiveThirtyEight will guide us through the ways different states have tackled this problem….” At the link find the title, “299- Gerrymandering, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 299_Gerrymandering_pt_01.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Growth Team 35 mins – “Scaling Growth – Gustaf Alstromer, Ed Baker, And Josh Elman by ycombinator.” At the link find the title, “#13 – Scaling Growth – Gustaf Alstromer, Ed Baker, And Josh Elman, Jun, 2017,” right-click “Media files 330465467-ycombinator-13-scaling-growth-gustaf-alstromer-ed-baker-and-josh-elman.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Handwashing War 39 mins – “Ignaz Semmelweis made a connection between hand hygiene and the prevention of childbed fever in the 19th century. He wasn’t taken seriously then, but today he’s known as everything from the father of infection control to the conqueror of childbed fever.” At the link find the title, “Ignaz Semmelweis and the War on Handwashing, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files HSW5629574215.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Herd Mentality 56 mins – “The Robert B. Menschel Economics Symposium generates critical thinking about the consequences of herd mentality behavior in global economics.” At the link find the title, “A Conversation With Google’s Hal Varian, Jan, 2019,” right-click “Media files 20180207 Menschel Symposium Session #1 OTR_MP3_128kbit_44kHz_stereo.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Homeless Women 27 mins – “… And how you can help.” At the link find the title, “What Homelessness Looks Like For Women, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files HSW2676916864.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Human Capital and Economic Growth 59 mins – “President of the World Bank Group Jim Yong Kim discusses strategies for promoting sustainable, inclusive economic growth, including the Bank Group’s newest initiative, the Human Capital Project, and how investing in people is imperative to maintaining stability and building equality of opportunity.” At the link find the title, “Human Capital and the Future of Economic Growth and Security, Feb, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180223 Human Capital and the Future of Economic Growth and Security_MP3_128kbit_44kHz_stereo.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Information Avoidance 29 mins – “Little did the champions of the Enlightenment know that once we had access to all the facts…well, reason and rationality wouldn’t just immediately wash across the land in a giant wave of enlightenment thinking. While that may be happening in some ways, the new media ecosystem has also unshackled some of our deepest psychological tendencies, things that enlightenment thinkers didn’t know about, weren’t worried about, or couldn’t have predicted. Many of which we’ve discussed in previous episodes like confirmation bias, selective skepticism, filter bubbles and so on. These things have always been with us, but modern technology has provided them with the perfect environment to flourish. In this episode, we explore another such invasive psychological species called active information avoidance, the act of keeping our senses away from information that might be useful, that we know is out there, that would cost us nothing to obtain, but that we’d still rather not learn. From choosing not to open open bills, visit the doctor, check your bank account, or read the nutrition information on the back of that box of Girl Scout Cookies, we each choose to remain ignorant when we’d rather not feel the anguish of illumination, but that same tendency can also cause great harm both to individuals and whole cultures when it spreads through politics, science, markets, and medicine. In this show, you’ll learn how.” At the link right-click “Direct download: 123-Active Information Avoidance rebroadcast.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Infrastructure Discussion 89 mins – “…Brookings Economic Studies’ Center on Regulation and Markets hosted a discussion on how to create a smarter, more efficient approach to infrastructure At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Internet Access 64 mins – “The online world is no longer a distinct world. It is an extension of our social, economic, and political lives. Internet access, however, is still often considered a luxury good in the United States. Millions of Americans have been priced out of, or entirely excluded from, the reach of modern internet networks. Maria Smith, an affiliate of Berkman Klein and the Cyberlaw Clinic, created a four-part documentary series to highlight these stark divides in connectivity, from Appalachia to San Francisco, and to uncover the complex web of political and economic forces behind them.” At the link click the square with three dots, right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Irish Politics 62 mins – “…Foreign Policy at Brookings hosted Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (Prime Minister of Ireland) for an Alan and Jane Batkin International Leaders Forum. The taoiseach gave an address on Ireland’s role in the world and relations between the European Union and the United States. Taoiseach Varadkar became leader of his party, Fine Gael, and taoiseach of Ireland in June 2017.” At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Israeli National Security 57 mins – “Panelists discuss Israel’s national security strategy, including implications for the Middle East and U.S.-Israel relations.” At the link find the title, “Strategy and Tactics: Examining Israel’s National Security, Jan, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180129 Examining Israel’s National Security OTR.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Janet Yellen 84 mins – “…Dr. Ben Bernanke interviewed Dr. Janet Yellen on her career, her time at the Fed, her observations about the current state of the economy and the challenges that confront us.” At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Korean Conflict 180 mins – “…the Center for East Asia Policy Studies at Brookings hosted leading U.S. experts to explore the possibility of an offensive-minded North Korea and its policy implications, and assess the humanitarian, economic, political, and logistical costs of a military conflict on the Korean peninsula.” At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Larabar Creator 57 mins – “In 2000, Lara Merriken was 32, recently divorced, and without a job when she decided to make energy bars by mixing cherries, dates, and almonds in her Cuisinart. Eventually, she perfected the recipe and launched her company: LÄRABAR. After just two years, the company was bringing in millions in revenue. In 2008, she sold to General Mills, but stayed on to help grow LÄRABAR into one of the biggest energy bar brands in the U.S. Plus, for our postscript “How You Built That”, how two brothers from Guinea, West Africa founded a company that makes Ginjan, a spicy-sweet juice from their boyhood, which mixes pineapple and ginger.” At the link find the title, “LÄRABAR: Lara Merriken, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180316_hibt_larabars.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Leeuwenhoek’s Microscope 30 mins – “Leeuwenhoek wasn’t REALLY a scientist — he had no formal training. But he made dozens of scientific discoveries. He’s credited with discovering microscopic life in a variety of forms, using lenses he ground himself.” At the link find the title, “The Minuscule Science of Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files HSW3483800718.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Linux Secure Systems 43 mins – “This week we wrap up our Linux transition with our guest David Westcott, sponsored by System76.com.” At the link find the title, “072-Switching to Linux-Part 4: Hurdles, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 418350632-user-98066669-072-switching-to-linux-part-4-hurdles.mp3“ and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Martin Luther King and the Media 21 mins – “Andy Lack joins 1947 for a special discussion about a new documentary “Hope and Fury: MLK, The Movement and The Media” – a film that traces how Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other leaders in the civil rights movement used the media to advance their message.” At the link find the title, “NBC News Chairman Andy Lack: MLK and the Media, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 5e24f08c-f107-4cec-8785-c288d35d4902.mp3” right-click “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Medical Simulation 75 mins – “There are obvious challenges with skill practice in medical education. Dr. Sandrijn van Schaik looks at how simulation is used and its limits and challenges. Recorded on 11/15/2017. (#32948)” At the link right-click “Audio MP3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Networks and Hierarchies 51 mins – “Recorded on November 9, 2017 With social networks like Facebook and Twitter in abundance, the effects of networks on society in the twenty-first century are inarguable. However, Niall Ferguson, author of The Square and the Tower, argues that networks are not a new phenomenon and have been impacting human culture from the beginning of history. Niall Ferguson and Peter Robinson discuss networks and hierarchies throughout history in this episode of Uncommon Knowledge. Ferguson breaks down what he means by networks and hierarchies using the imagery of the Piazza Del Campo in Siena, where the Torre del Mangia, representing the hierarchy, casts a long shadow over the Piazza Del Campo, representing the network. Ferguson argues that this powerful imagery invokes the essence of his book and the intertwined nature of networks and hierarchies within society. Ferguson goes on to discuss the importance of networks in social movements throughout history, including Martin Luther and the Reformation, Paul Revere and the American Revolution, Joseph Stalin and the Soviet Union, and social media and Donald Trump. He argues that a networked world is a dangerous world, in that it allows movements and societies to advance in unexpected ways.” At the link find the title, “Niall Ferguson’s The Square and the Tower, Jan, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180124-ferguson.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Pandora’s Picnic Basket 58 mins – “Over the long history of biotech crops and microorganisms Dr. Alan McHughen has been part of the conversation.  His 2000 book Pandora’s Picnic Basket  examined the promise and risk of biotech crops. Since then he has been an important voice in helping others separate fact from fiction, and has been a leader in describing and shaping public policy in this arena.  In this episode from Denver, CO we discuss the modern manifestations of Pandora’s Picnic Basket.  We also sit down with a local woman to listen to her thoughts and concerns about food and farming, simply to understand what people are thinking and who are their central influencers.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Presidential Lessons Learned 54 mins – “Might the Past Inform Our Future? Historian Jon Meacham has written extensively about the presidency, with acclaimed books on Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Franklin Roosevelt, and most recently, George H. W. Bush. He is currently working on a book on James and Dolly Madison. What does his research into these presidents suggest about the nature of the office? What might we learn from the past about the current state of politics, the White House, and perhaps more broadly, democracy in America?” At the link you can listen, but not download; however, a copy is included in the blog archive.

Proof of Concept Centers 19 mins – “In this episode, we continue to look at some of the fascinating and innovative work that researchers are doing in New York State’s Proof of Concept Centers. Hear from two companies that are doing something about the weather by trying to better understand the unique meteorology of cities to improve forecasting and creating more effective and efficient wind turbines. This podcast is made possible by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), PowerBridgeNY, and NEXUS-NY.” At the link left-click “Download this Episode,” select “Save File,” then “OK” to get the podcast.

Recidivism Algorithm Bias 57 mins – “Algorithms for predicting recidivism are commonly used to assess a criminal defendant’s likelihood of committing a crime. Proponents of these systems argue that big data and advanced machine learning make these analyses more accurate and less biased than humans. In this talk researcher Julia Dressel discusses a recent study demonstrating that the widely used commercial risk assessment software COMPAS is no more accurate or fair than predictions made by people with little or no criminal justice expertise.” At the link click the square with three dots, right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Regulation Capture 19 mins – “Two guys from different ends of the political spectrum agree that the economy is rigged. And they think they know who’s responsible.” At the link find the title, “#829: Rigging The Economy, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180309_pmoney_pmpod829v2.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Russian Interference 62 mins – “In the Council Special Report Containing Russia: How to Respond to Moscow’s Intervention in U.S. Democracy and Growing Geopolitical Challenge, Robert D. Blackwill and Philip H. Gordon argue that the U.S. response to Russia’s continued attacks on U.S. democracy and attempts to undermine U.S. power worldwide has been insufficient to deter future attacks.” At the link find the title, “Containing Russia: How to Respond to Moscow’s Intervention in U.S. Democracy and Growing Geopolitical Challenge, Jan, 2024,” right-click “Media files 20180213_CSR Russia OTR edit_MP3 Audio.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Russian Journalism 62 mins – “A panel of Russian independent journalists and founders of digital media startups will provide their perspective on U.S. coverage of the discord between the two countries, and discuss how it relates to their own experiences as online activists and entrepreneurs.” At the link find the title, “Digital Discord: The View From Russia, Jan, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180122 The View From Russia OTR.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

San Quentin Stories 43 mins – ““Firsts” in prison can be especially memorable: the first time you meet your cellie, or leave the prison for medical treatment, or run your first marathon. Alongside these tales, Adnan Khan shares the story of his first visit from his mom, 13 years after he was incarcerated. Thanks to Adnan Khan for sharing his story and Shane, Michael Thompson, Rahsaan Thomas, Jason Jones and Antwan Williams for also sharing their firsts.” At the link find the title, “Firsts, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 201_Firsts_part1.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Saudia Arabia Issues 52 mins – “…Foreign Policy at Brookings hosted the minister of foreign affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, H.E. Adel Al-Jubeir, for an Alan and Jane Batkin International Leaders Forum. In his remarks, the foreign minister provided perspectives on Saudi Arabia’s role as a regional leader for stability and reconstruction.At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Scaleup afer Startup 42 mins – “Sam Altman and Reid Hoffman discuss the key changes founders should think about as they scale their company. The conversation was recorded at The Scaleup Offsite, a private event hosted by Y Combinator Continuity and Greylock Partners in April 2017. Read the transcript: http://blog.ycombinator.com/sam_reidhoffman_scaleupoffsite/At the link find the title, “#9 – Sam Altman And Reid Hoffman – From Startup To Scaleup, Jun, 2017,” right-click “Media files 327316230-ycombinator-9-sam-altman-and-reid-hoffman-from-startup-to-scaleup.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Segregation in U.S. 45 mins – “Recorded on January 25, 2018 Shelby Steele, a Hoover Institution senior fellow and author of Shame: How America’s Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country , joins Peter Robinson to discuss race relations in the United States. Steele tells stories about growing up in segregated Chicago and the fights he and his family went through to end segregation in their neighborhood schools. He draws upon his own experiences facing racism while growing up in order to inform his opinions on current events. Steele and Robinson go on to discuss more recent African-American movements, including Steele’s thoughts on the NFL protests, Black Lives Matter, and recent rumors about Oprah Winfrey running for office.” At the link find the title, “Shelby Steele On “How America’s Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country”, Feb, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180208-steele.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Sex Trafficking Crimes 40 mins – “Sex trafficking crimes are hard to talk about. In this episode, Sara and LA share their individual experiences of being “in the life,” at the same time demonstrating the difficult, yet important work of restorative justice. Thanks to Sara Kruzan and Anthony Avil Scott (aka LA) for sharing their stories and for coming together to talk. You can read more about restorative justice and Sara’s work, here. “ At the link find the title, “Dirty Water, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 202_Dirty_Water_FINAL_A.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Sexual Harassment of Five Women 78 mins – “A different kind of #MeToo story, about several women who worked for the same man. They tell us not only about their troubling encounters with him, but also about their lives beforehand. Who were they when they entered the workplace, and how did their personal histories shape the way they dealt with his harassment?” At the link you can listen and purchase a download. A copy is also included in the blog archive.

Social Biology 33 mins – “Guy Raz and Mindy look at the social structures of different animal species and see how being antisocial might be a good thing … if you’re a marmot! Join Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas as they go hike the Alps all in an effort to understand the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of social biology!” At the link find the title, “Anti-Social Animals, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180319_wow_witw031918.mp3” and select “save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Social Media Bubble Uses 29 mins – “We’ve long heard that the ways the web is tailored for each user—how we search, what we’re shown, who we read and follow— reinforces walls between us. Veronica Belmont investigates how social media can create, and can break our filter bubbles. Megan Phelps-Roper discusses the Westboro Baptist Church, and the bubbles that form both on and offline. B.J. May talks about the bubbles he encountered every day, in his Twitter feed, and tells us how he broke free. Rasmus Nielsen suggests social media isn’t the filter culprit we think it is. And, within the context of a divided America, DeRay McKesson argues that sometimes bubbles are what hold us together.” At the linkf idn the title, “Social Bubble Bath,Mar, 2018,” right-click “Enclosure: https://tracking.feedpress.it/link/17512/8602014/388730c6.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Social Security Number History 21 mins – “How did the social security number become the most important identifier in the United States? And is that even a good idea?” At the link find the title, “#830: XXX-XX-XXXX, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180314_pmoney_pmpod830.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Sugar Cane Syrup 42 mins – “On this episode, Linda welcomes Kat Johnson, HRN’s Communications Director, to share an panel she moderated at the 2018 Charleston Wine + Food festival. Kat welcomed Jerome Dixon and Doc Bill Thomas from Georgia Coastal Gourmet Farms, Chef Sean Brock of Husk, and Glenn Roberts of Anson Mills to talk about the repatriation of Purple Ribbon Sugar Cane to Sapelo Island, home of the Gullah-Gechee community Hog Hammock.” At the link right-click the down-pointing arrow and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Sugar Lobby 21 mins – “What do sugar farmers have against candy? A lot, according to candy manufacturers.” At the link find the title, “#454: The Lollipop War, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180316 pmoney pmpod454rerun.mp3” and select “Save Link As from the pop-up menu.

Syrian Issues 90 mins – “the Foreign Policy program at Brookings hosted a discussion about the ongoing conflict in Syria.At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Tofugu 36 mins – “Our guest this week is Koichi. Koichi started Tofugu, a blog to help people get to Japan and have a good time once they get there, and WaniKani, a kanji learning program that uses mnemonics, SRS, and some morally ambiguous addiction strategies to teach you around 2,000 kanji and 6,000 Japanese vocabulary words up to 10x faster.” At the link left-click the square with three dots, right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Trade with Canada 60 mins – “Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland discusses the ongoing negotiations of NAFTA, and how the future of the trade agreement will influence U.S.-Canada relations.” At the link find the title, “NAFTA and the Future of U.S.-Canada Relations, Jan, 2023,” right-click “Media files 20180131 NAFTA and the Future of U.S. Canada Relations.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Trade with Mexico 48 mins – “Representative Scott Peters (D-CA) discusses the future of international trade policy, the next steps he would like to pursue for the state of California, and his perspective on the role of states in promoting U.S. trade.” At the link find the title, “The View on Trade: From Federal to State Levels, Jan, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180130_ViewOnTrade_OTR_edit_MP3 Audio.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Trump on Trade 87 mins – …the Center for East Asia Policy Studies and the U.S.-Japan Research Institute hosted a panel of experts to assess the drivers and outcomes of Trump’s trade policy in Asia over the first year of his administration. They discussed how Japan and the United States can deepen trade and investment ties despite the American withdrawal from the TPP; the chances of a successful renegotiation of the KORUS FTA and its impact on broader U.S.-South Korea relations; and whether the administration’s condemnation of predatory economics in the region and use of unilateral trade measures will effectively deter Chinese mercantilism or trigger trade friction.At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

Turkish Politics 63 mins – “Speakers provide an update on Turkey’s domestic politics, the challenges the country faces after the coup, and the likely future of Turkey’s foreign and economic polices with the United States.” At the link find the title, “A Look Inside Turkey, Dec, 2018,” right-click “Media file 20180111_Turkey OTR.mp3” and select “Save Lin As” from the pop-up menu.

Turkish Politics 83 mins – “The Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE) hosted a panel discussion on Monday, March 26 on the future of Turkey’s relationship with the West.At the link left-click the down-pointing arrow, right-click “Save File,” then right-click “OK” to get the podcast.

USAID Operations 17 mins – “Dr. Angela Records joins Chris Barbey to discuss the mission of USAID.  USAID is committed to remedies in world food insecurity, with an emphasis on examining current opportunities and meshing new technology and crop biology with the most beneficial impacts in global food security.” At the link right-click “Download” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Walls Around the World 70 mins – “Stories from border walls around the world, where one place ends and another begins. And the strange ecosystems that arise.” At the link you can listen and purchase a download. A copy is also included in the blog archive.

Weinstein 57 mins – “FRONTLINE investigates how Harvey Weinstein allegedly sexually harassed and abused dozens of women over four decades. With allegations going back to Weinstein’s early years, the film examines the elaborate ways he and those around him tried to silence his accusers.” At the link find the title, “Weinstein, Mar, 2018,” right-click “Media files 414128229-frontlinepbs-weinstein.mp3” from the pop-up menu.

World Economic Trends 56 mins – “The World Economic Update highlights the quarter’s most important and emerging trends.” At the link find the title, World Economic Update, Jan, 2026,” right-click “Media files 20180222 WEU OTR_MP3_128kbit_44kHz_stereo.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

World Energy Outlook 56 mins – “Fatih Birol discusses the newest edition of World Energy Outlook, the prospects for renewable energy, and the outlook for energy markets in the coming year.” At the link find the title, “World Energy Outlook, Dec, 2018,” right-click “Media files 20180117 Fatih Birol OTR.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

Ycombinator Operations 36 mins – “Sam Altman interviews Jessica Livingston for a series called How To Build The Future, which you can watch on YC’s YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/ycombinator. Read the transcript here: https://blog.ycombinator.com/jessica-livingston-on-htfbt/At the link find the title, “#7 – Jessica Livingston On How To Build The Future, Jun, 2017,” right-click “Media files 327315827-ycombinator-7-jessica-livingston-on-how-to-build-the-future.mp3” and select “Save Link As” from the pop-up menu.

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