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048 - Evan Corneil



Evan Corneil is now both a member of the Waterloo Region's music scene, and recently resident of the Waterloo Region. I was able to meet this nice feller at the Rhapsody Barrell Bar open-mic in DTK, he went up on stage and rocked his original material, and then he was also a sweet SOB to chat with. Having him over ended up with a few hours of hanging out, and then trying to rush this podcast... but that was still fun too. Enjoy this chat, including a trio of acoustic live-off-the-floor Evan Corneil tunes.
We talked about his small-town upbringing and musical influences, which unlike the rock n’ roll cliché, leads into some interesting stories of coercing people to play bass, dumping bands and coming up with intentionally stupid-but-awesome bandnames... and we could riff on that. Anyway, as I already said, sweet dude.
Included with Evan's original material, is some more music, by the amazing Amy Rola, and L.A.'s Jonah Ray. Please, if you enjoy any of the music you hear on this episode, go find the albums and support the artists!!! Nothing beats the real thing : D

Songs:
Amy Rola - Missing PieceJonah Ray - Reptilicus (New Wave)
Evan Corneil - Farther To Fall [Live on TDS]
Evan Corneil - Don't Look Down [Live on TDS]
Evan Corneil - (I Know You Like) The Night Sky [Live on TDS]

Tata! Love - Me.
GUESTS: EVAN CORNEIL

Todd Donald

047 - Brittany Pyatt



I met comedian Brittany Pyatt at an open-mic at The Rich Uncle Tavern in Kitchener, and through a few more chats at local-live-music we made this podcast episode happen. Now, I would typically see a friend in pain and slow my roll as a goofball for the podcast to match, and we DID talk about a recent pain in the life of this stand-up act, but I still tried to use what I could as a springboard to zing the status quo, and make myself laugh. With understanding and resilience, it didn't affect our chat. Brittany is a funny and offbeat gal, who like many, is just trying to navigate the constantly under-construction, minefield of dating/relationships, which is not unlike trying to drive around a certain region I know... We also talked about movies!
Here's the first posting in our new Thursday time-slot! Such has always been based on my work schedule, being that as much work as this takes, it's still the passion project and not the income generator, but you know this already. Featuring music by CityWide Panic, Jessie T, Mike Todd, Kristina Stapelfeld and Carly & Mark.
Please, if you enjoyed hearing the tunes... SUPPORT THE MOTHERFUCKING ARTISTS/BANDS1. CityWide Panic - "High Hopes" (from 'Johnny's Garage' - EP, 2018)2. Jessie T - "La La Love" (from 'Reckless Heart', 2016)3. Mike Todd - "Feedin' You" (from 'Good Man', 2016)4. Kristina Stapelfeld - "Hemisphere" (from 'Kristina Stapelfeld', 2016)5. Carly and Mark - "Morning Light Praying" (from 'New City Morning', 2008)
Tata! Love - Me.
GUESTS: BRITTANY PYATT

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 11: The Election, Climate Change, and Oktoberfest


Farwell and Pope Podcast

Episode 063 - The "Bear" Necessities

The reining OHL Coach of the Year joins us to talk about the colour he refuses to wear, how he got the nickname Bear, and being the victim of practical jokes. Also, a 7-0 start may not be all it seems and NHL Central Scouting may not be watching one player closely enough with its 'Players to Watch' list for the 2020 NHL draft.

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 10: Bullying, Fake News, and Music Therapy

The opening monologue (0:56); 'Everyone failed my son': Mother of slain Hamilton teen speaks out about bullying (21:52); What is 'fake news' and how can you spot it? (44:36); Amy Di Nino, Music Therapist joins us in Studio (1:06:23); Idea Exchange says no to Cambridge council request (1:27:47); The Flip Side: What song puts you in a good mood? (1:47:20)

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 9: Wilmot Gravel Pit, Landfills, and Kitchener-Conestoga All Candidates Forum

The opening monologue (0:56); Wilmot residents ready to fight against gravel pit (22:23); Kitchener-Conestoga All Candidates Panel (43:52); Energy from trash? What's next for Waterloo's landfill (1:27:27); What's on Wednesday! (1:47:03)

Full Stack Radio

125: Rob Walling - Choosing the Right Product Idea

In this episode, Adam talks to Rob Walling about choosing, validating, and marketing a viable software product.

Topics include:

  • Brainstorming ideas vs. paying attention to your own problems
  • Why it's smart to start with a product that might never make a million dollars a year
  • Should you avoid markets with competition?
  • Why it's a good idea to build something for fewer people
  • Strategies for figuring out how many people have the problem you're trying to solve
  • Why you should start marketing before you start building
  • When should you start charging money for your product?
  • Why getting 1,000 customers is extremely hard and how that affects your pricing
  • Why you don't need an audience to build a software product

Sponsors:

  • Cloudinary, sign up and get 300,000 images/videos, 10GB of storage and 20GB of monthly bandwidth for free
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Links:

  • Rob's website
  • Startups for the Rest of Us, Rob's podcast
  • Drip, the last software business Rob built
  • TinySeed, Rob's startup accelerator for bootstrappers
  • MicroConf, the conference Rob organizes
  • "The Stairstep Approach to Bootstrapping"
  • "Why You Should Start Marketing the Day You Start Coding"
  • "Traction" by Gabriel Weinberg
  • "SaaS Marketing Essentials" by Ryan Battles
  • "Start Small, Stay Small", Rob's book

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 8: The Debate, Feminism, and Oktoberfest

The opening monologue (0:56); Flurry of attacks but no knockouts in chaotic federal leaders' debate (4:32); Regional candidates asked about reproductive rights, femicide, Islamophobia in survey (44:10); Pride-Toberfest raises funds for Tri-Pride (1:04:34); As Quebec sets sights on bilingual greeting, Montrealer plans to open Café Bonjour/Hi (1:26:56); Mental Health monthly segment (1:48:19)

KW Linux User Group(KWLUG)

2019-10: Syncthing, Blockchains

Sandeep Johri tells us about Syncthing and how he uses it. Gheorghe Curelet-Balan discusses Bitcoin and blockchains. See kwlug.org/node/1177 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials. Note that this audio has had silences clipped.

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 7: Trudeau, The Debate, and Jewelry Thief Apologizes

The opening monologue (0:56); Trudeau won't remove Jaime Battiste from Liberal roster for racist, sexist social-media posts (20:40); Six federa lparty leaders gather in Ottawa ahead of the debate (43:15); Elmira jewelry store gets letter of apology for theft from the 1970s (1:05:05); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:26:49)

On Wisdom Podcast

22: The Epistemic Tightrope: Walking The Line of Doubt (with Scott Lilienfeld)

Patients always receive treatment in agreement with the best scientific evidence available, right? Well, no. Not really. Clinical practitioners seem to suffer from many of the cognitive biases that affect the rest of us, and treatment decisions are often much less science-based that we might like to think. Scott Lilienfeld joins Igor and Charles to discuss evidence-based practice in psychotherapy, the importance of doubting, clinical psychology’s dirty little secret, Scarlett Johansson’s brain, confirmation bias, how science really works, and why people just can’t let go of the idea that a full moon triggers werewolf-style behaviour. Igor reveals he learnt his English from TV detective ‘Columbo’, Scott discusses the fine art of planting seeds of doubt in conversations, and Charles learns from Abraham Lincoln that intellectual humility can ultimately be a path to earned intellectual confidence. Welcome to Episode 22.

Special Guest: Scott Lilienfeld.

Links:

  • The Bias Blind Spot: Perceptions of Bias in Self Versus Others - Emily Pronin, Daniel Y. Lin, Lee Ross, 2002
  • The Psychology of Intellectual Humility - Leary
  • Are Self-Report Cognitive Empathy Ratings Valid Proxies for Cognitive Empathy Ability? Negligible Meta-Analytic Relations With Behavioral Task Performance - Murphy & Lilienfeld (2019)
  • Evidence-Based Practice: The Misunderstandings Continue | Psychology Today
  • Epistemic Humility: An Overarching Educational Philosophy for Clinical Psychology Programs - Lilienfeld, Lynn, O'Donohue, Latzman (2017)
  • Intellectual humility: the importance of knowing you might be wrong - Vox
  • 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology: Shattering Widespread Misconceptions about Human Behavior | Introduction to Psychology | Psychology | Subjects | Wiley
  • Frontiers | Fifty psychological and psychiatric terms to avoid: a list of inaccurate, misleading, misused, ambiguous, and logically confused words and phrases | Psychology
  • Lucy TRAILER 1 (2014) - Luc Besson, Scarlett Johansson Movie HD - YouTube
  • Elizabeth F. Loftus – UCI School of Social Ecology
  • Scott Lilienfeld: The Search for Successful Psychopathy - YouTube
  • Evidence at Emory - Psychology - YouTube
  • Bright Scientists, Dim Notions - The New York Times (2007)

First Baptist Church Sermons

Making Sense of Submission - 1 Peter 2:11-17

Charlie Lyons from Leading Influence Ministries shares in our morning service.

The Devil's Cut Podcast

S04E04: "Mysterious Jays"

Our annual Jays episode is back! Although the Jays didn't make the playoffs this year, this episode should tide you over until next spring break.

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 4: Bus Rides, Distracted Driving, and Election Debates

The opening monologue (0:56); Waterloo parent frustrated with length of school bus rides (22:02); Distracted driving is putting all Canadians at risk (44:02); The Coach's Show w/ Jay McKee (1:03:29); An Evening in Space (1:16:11); The Friday Four Panel. Topics: Is a potential strike by education workers a sign of trouble ahead between the province and teacher's unions? / Does the region need more dog parks? / Was the University of Guelph's student association and a campus union right to cancel an election debate when a People's Party Candidate wanted to attend? / Should 'None of the Above' be an option on our federal election ballot? (1:27:23)

Farwell and Pope Podcast

Episode 062 - So Soo Us!

Everybody knows which OHL team had the MOST grads on NHL rosters to start the season this week but we break down the Top 5 graduating clubs. Speaking of which, we also look at who we think will be the Top 5 OHL'ers to be taken in next June's NHL draft…and we may have already watched, live, the name at the top of that list. All of that, plus Hounds head coach John Dean on working with a legend, living in the north, and carving out a career in the old Central League.

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 3: CUPE Strike, Election Debates, and Fast Food

The opening monologue (0:56); Local Catholic board says schools will be closed as of Monday if strike begins (22:41); Region's paramedics support proposed changes to ambulance rules (44:26); U of G student association and union cancel debate rather than include PPC candidate (1:04:53); Drivers, cyclists, transit users and pedestrians must share the road (1:27:59); The Flip Side: What fast food meal can you NOT resist (1:48:53)

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 2: Protest Votes, Dog Parks, and the Cost of Poverty

The opening monologue (0:56); Why protest votes don't count - even if you drink your ballot (22:11); 'It's just terrible': Dog owners lament lack of parks, but help could soon be on the way (44:11); Paris truck convoy for Special Olympics (1:06:07); Poverty costs Ontario up to $33B annually, new report says (1:28:18); What’s on Wednesday! (1:48:11)

Mike Farwell Show

Oct 1: Ask the Chief, Fighting Gun Violence, and Essential Outdoor Play

Ask the Chief! (1:22); Kitchener facing $227M infrastructure funding gap in 2029; report (43:08); Liberals pledge additional $250 million to fight gun violence (1:12:01); Outdoor play essential for kids, so get them out there (1:27:49); Music and your Mental Health (1:48:03)Ask the Chief! (1:22); Kitchener facing $227M infrastructure funding gap in 2029; report (43:08); Liberals pledge additional $250 million to fight gun violence (1:12:01); Outdoor play essential for kids, so get them out there (1:27:49); Music and your Mental Health (1:48:03)

Todd Donald

Todd Donald & Carrie Humphries on Rogers Daytime

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Mud Dive

MOVED

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Mike Farwell Show

Sep 30: Laurier Homecoming, Climate Strike, and The Bicycle Mayor

The opening monologue (0:56); Police estimate fewer attendees at Laurier Homecoming 2019 (21:06); Youth rally around the world in global climate strike (42:57); Meet Ontario's first-ever 'bicycle mayor' (1:03:19); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:26:33)

First Baptist Church Sermons

Mark Sheldrake from Precept Ministries Canada

Mark Sheldrake from Precept Ministries Canada share in our morning service.

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 27: Climate Strike, Education, and Winter Tires

The opening monologue (0:56); Ontario to lose more than 10,000 teachers by 2023-24, financial watchdog reports (2:18); Global Climate Strike taking over globe and Waterloo Region Friday (21:08); Should winter tires be mandatory in Ontario? (42:55); The Coach's Show (1:00:00); New study says... (1:02:58); The Friday Four Panel. Topics: Should the Region of Waterloo have ads on the inside and outside of transit vehicles? / Should Ontario expand the speed pilot project to 400 series highways that go through Waterloo Region? / Is the City of Waterloo taking the right approach to Homecoming weekend? / Should food security and affordability be a bigger election issue than what it is? (1:25:40)

Farwell and Pope Podcast

Episode 061 - Stan The Man

Merkley is moved, and he changes teams on the cheap. Dellandrea is back and we debate when -- or if -- you move him. A casual and entertaining conversation with North Bay's head coach and Director of Hockey Operations, Stan Butler, on still having passion for the game and how he became friends with Sidney Crosby. Plus, the debut of Two Line Pass, a look at every team in the league in two lines or less (and, to be honest, sometimes more). If you're a fan of the OHL, this is your must-listen.

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 26: Racial Profiling, Auston Matthews, and First World Problems

The opening monologue (0:56); Canadians want to stop climate change - but half don't want to pay an extra cent: Ipsos poll (7:44); Head of chiefs of police responds to report on eliminating racial profiling (20:27); Is the Auston Matthews situation really that important? (43:26); Alberta man who fired warning shot at suspected thief facing lawsuit (1:03:40); The Ford Factor: Ontario premier more likely than any other to have an impact on federal vote in his province (1:26:31); The Flip Side: What's your biggest First World problem? (1:46:58)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 25: Plastic Pollution, Politicians, and Speed Limits

The opening monologue (0:56); Should we pay politicians more? (20:14); Dental hygienist branded a 'sexual abuser' for treating wife (42:43); Citizen science could help address Canada's plastic pollution problem (1:04:40); Highway speed limits jump to 110 km/h in pilot project (1:25:21); What's on Wednesday! (1:46:52)

Full Stack Radio

124: Leslie Cohn-Wein & Rafael Conde - Designing the User Interface at Netlify

In this episode, Adam talks to Leslie Cohn-Wein and Rafael Conde about designing and implementing new UI features at Netlify.

Topics include:

  • Creating pixel-perfect mockups in advance vs. designing and implementing in tandem
  • Working with existing JS libraries for interactive UI features vs. hand-rolling a custom implementation from scratch
  • How design systems play into the design process at Netlify, and how mockups aren't meant to implemented pixel-for-pixel
  • What tools Netlify uses to design new features and manage the design process
  • What technologies Netlify uses to keep their UI consistent
  • Using modern CSS features like CSS grid

Sponsors:

  • DigitalOcean, get your free $50 credit at do.co/fullstack
  • Cloudinary, sign up and get 300,000 images/videos, 10GB of storage and 20GB of monthly bandwidth for free

Links:

  • Netlify Analytics
  • Highcharts
  • Abstract
  • Sketch
  • PostCSS
  • postcss-nested
  • postcss-each

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 24: Noise Bylaws, Guns, and Andrew Scheer

The opening monologue (0:56); Waterloo City Council amends Public Nuisance Bylaw ahead of Homecoming weekend (22:07); Lack of gun data 'a big problem,' Toronto Mayor John Tory says (44:08); Uptown Waterloo's 'anticafe' aims to cater to nomadic workers (1:04:54); Worst-case Ontario: How to prepare for climate-change disasters (1:27:53); Andrew Scheer's campaign passes through Waterloo Region (1:49:24)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 23: Should Transit Vehicles Be Covered in Advertisements

The opening monologue (0:56); Cambridge Fire adopts new policy on Narcan administration (21:25); Grand River Transit bus ads divide Region of Waterloo council (43:57); HopeSpring seeks community feedback (1:04:45); Rant or Rave:You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:27:08)

First Baptist Church Sermons

The Searching Man - John 2:23 - John 3:16

Pastor Gary shares his message titled "The Searching Man" from John 2:23 - John 3:16.

Farwell and Pope Podcast

Episode 060 - It's Go Time

With the regular season underway, we take a close look at the pre-season favourites from Saginaw and hear from a head coach that sounds hungry for redemption. Plus, we analyze the Rangers off-season…and tell you who you should NOT be sleeping on in the West.

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 20: Trudeau Blackface Scandal, Journalism, and The Kitchener Rangers

The opening monologue (0:56); This is why we need journalists of colour covering politics (22:35); Rangers open season at home against Saginaw (44:09); The Kitchener Rangers Coach's Show Returns! (1:05:18); The Friday Four Panel. Topics: Should "re-elect" be allowed on election signs if you are NOT the incumbent? / Is it enough that Justin Trudeau has apologized for wearing brownface? (1:27:29)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 19: Blackface Scandal, Vaccine, and Cannabis Tourism

Video shows Trudeau in blackface in 3rd instance of racist makeup (0:56); Don't allow vaccine exemptions because of religious or philosophical objections, Ontario urged (44:50); National Drive Electric week (1:03:21); Why cannabis tourism isn't flying high in Canada (1:07:06); Video shows Trudeau in blackface in 3rd instance of racist makeup (1:46:33)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 19: Blackface Scandal, Vaccine, and Cannabis Tourism

Video shows Trudeau in blackface in 3rd instance of racist makeup (0:56); Don't allow vaccine exemptions because of religious or philosophical objections, Ontario urged (44:50); National Drive Electric week (1:03:21); Why cannabis tourism isn't flying high in Canada (1:07:06); Video shows Trudeau in blackface in 3rd instance of racist makeup (1:46:33)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 18: Electoral Reform, Panhandlers, and The Guelph Library

The opening monologue (0:56); Burlington wants to ticket drivers who give money to panhandlers (22:10); Guelph City Council endorses new $67 million library (43:54); 6th annual 'Waffles in the Warehouse' today (1:04:09); Is there a different way Canada could run it's elections? (1:26:29); What's on Wednesday! (1:47:37)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 17: Federal Election, Education, and Vaping

The opening monologue (0:56); Kitchener candidate using 're-elect' signs despite not being the incumbent (22:11); Education workers vote overwhelmingly in favour of strike (43:44); Meet the man who made the viral catch at the Blue Jays game (1:04:58); Vaping is illegal for under-19s in Ontario, so why are so many able to buy products? (1:27:52); LISPOP Symposium on public opinion polls (1:48:56)

Todd Donald

046 - Beware of HopeFest



With the manic-energy of a Sam Raimi film, Jerelle Fisher (MC) and Sofia Monaro (DJ/Keys) and their BEWARE brand, take the stage, leaving only rubble in the wake of their amazing live show. Personally, I’m of the cruising and blasting sort, either way there’s satisfaction to be had. Raw talent, raw expression, exquisite tracks, and you’re being taken on a journey, that’s all. As guests, I’ve never had an easier time moving through a recorded discussion and maintaining energy than with this twosome. Recently they rocked the Belmont Village Bestival in Waterloo, and they’ll be back in Waterloo for HopeFest THIS COMING SATURDAY… find out more on that in the episode.
I also managed to get KW’s Scene Dad Kyle Wappler of Have Hope over, mid-Beware-session, to hangout and instead of adding a solo-tag, I extended the outro into a full 2nd chat-record, with Kyle, talking all about HopeFest 2019, the scene, Have Hope and we even reminisced briefly on the legendary 519Punk era. In another life I would have been somewhere between my three guests in age, and we would be hanging out all the time, I fucking love’m all. Please listen and get the info. Obviously!
Please, if you enjoyed hearing the tunes…SUPPORT THE MOTHERFUCKING ARTISTS/BANDS1. Jerelle - “Look No Further” (feat. Raven J) (online single 2019)2. Kali Kazoo - “Delete My History” (from ‘Bleed Darker & Deeper Than The Seas Of Hell’, 2019)3. Jerelle - “Don’t Miss” (online single 2019)4. Jerelle - “Blue Flame” (feat. KVNE) (online single 2019)5. Jonah Ray - “Welcome To (Amish) Paradise” (from ‘You Can’t Call Me Al', 2019)
Tata! Love - Me.
GUESTS: JERELLE FISHER, SOFIA MONARO & KYLE WAPPLER

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 16: Justin Trudeau, Housing, and Conestoga College

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau makes campaign stop in Kitchener (0:56); Is there a student housing crisis in Waterloo? (21:24); Kitchener's Conestoga College teaches a hard lesson about 'insane' traffic (43:41); Chef D pop up Dinner (1:04:51); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:27:14)

First Baptist Church Sermons

God Uses Kids & Young People

Pastor Gary shares his message titled "God Uses Kids & Young People".

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 13: The Debate, The Federal Election, and Homeless Shelters

The opening monologue (0:56); As Trudeau skips first debate, May and Singh take aim at Scheer (21:57); With moving Cambridge's the Bridges 'not a priority', Anne Tinker dispels 'assumptions' (43:04); Federation of Canadian Municipalities releases its wishlist ahead of the federal election (1:03:45); Friday Four Panel. Topics: What do you expect in the 2019 Federal election campaign? / Should we make transit free for students and teachers using the system for curriculum-based programs? / Can we end the Ezra Avenue unsanctioned street parties? / How can we make our roads safer? (1:25:27)

Farwell and Pope Podcast

Episode 059 - Shattered Ice

Kitchener's Steve Seftel was a second round pick and on his way to The Show. But he was also battling demons he couldn't name at the time. Now, he's opening up about his mental illness in hopes of helping others and reminding them that they're never alone, especially in hockey.

On Wisdom Podcast

21: The Art and Science of Knowing You Don't Know (with Mark Alfano)

We live in confusing times. Politics is polarizing. Opinions clash on many topics leading to heated discussions. Take environmental change and what to do about it, the best ways to achieve prosperity, or the threats and opportunities of our globalized economy. Are we ready to admit that we often actually don’t understand what’s going on? Mark Alfano joins Igor and Charles to discuss the importance of ‘intellectual humility’ when seeking a more accurate grasp of reality, the perils of poorly designed virtue education programmes, Nietzsche and his take on the intellectual virtues, and the training of machine-learning algorithms to mine our digital footprints for signs of virtuous behaviour. Igor raises concerns that embracing uncertainty may hobble vital action, Mark talks of the dangers of creaking open your social media newsfeed too wide, and Charles learns that fostering contempt for oneself and one’s group may be essential on the path to truth. Welcome to Episode 21.

Special Guest: Mark Alfano.

Links:

  • Mark Alfano's Website
  • I Know You Are, But What Am I?: Anti-Individualism in the Development of Intellectual Humility and Wu-Wei - Robinson & Alfano (2016)
  • Nietzsche's Moral Psychology : Mark Alfano (author) : 9781107074156 : Blackwell's
  • Development and validation of a multidimensional measure of intellectual humility - Alfano et al (2017)
  • A cross-cultural assessment of the semantic dimensions of intellectual humility - Christen, Alfano, Robinson (2017)
  • How ‘Intellectual Humility’ Can Make You a Better Person -- Science of Us
  • Wisdom in Context - Igor Grossmann (2017)
  • The Strengths of Wisdom Provide Unique Contributions to Improved Leadership, Sustainability, Inequality, Gross National Happiness, and Civic Discourse in the Face of Contemporary World Problems - Grossmann & Brienza (2018)
  • Wisdom, bias, and balance: Toward a process-sensitive measurement of wisdom-related cognition - Brienza, Kung, Santos, Bobocel, Grossmann (2018) — Preprint available at psyarxiv.com/p25c2
  • Situation-Based Contingencies Underlying Wisdom-Content Manifestations: Examining Intellectual Humility in Daily Life | The Journals of Gerontology: Series B | Oxford Academic - Zachry, Phan, Blackie, Jayawickreme (2018)
  • Constructing and Validating a Scale of Intellectual Humility @ The Intellectual Humility Capstone Conference (2015) - YouTube
  • Online Personalization Creates Echo Chamber to Affirm Biases - The New York Times
  • Alessandra Tanesini – Philosopher, Sailor, Wine buff
  • The Puzzle of Humility and Disparity (2020) | Daniel Howard-Snyder, Dennis Whitcomb, and Heather Battaly - (2020)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 12: Essential Services, Safe Streets, and Restaurants You Miss

The opening monologue (0:56); Streets built for people: Kitchener's new 'complete streets' rules would narrow driving lanes, slow traffic (21:35); Make broadband an essential service, rural community leader urges province (43:26); Green Party leader calls for decriminalization of drugs across Canada (1:04;35); Charges laid after on-ice violence at Alberta youth hockey tournament (1:27:33); The Flip Side: Local Restaurants you miss (1:48:02)

Mike Farwell Show

Sep 11: SIS Sites, Federal Election, and September 11th Anniversary

The opening monologue (0:56); Interim drug site slated to open in a month (21:26); Federal election campaign to officially kick off Wednesday (44:32); Air Traffic controller from Gander reflects on 9/11 (1;05:33); Frequent government sick days are an unhealthy development (1:27:49); What's on Wednesday! (1:48:22)

Full Stack Radio

123: Ian Landsman - Marketing and Positioning a New Tailwind CSS Product

In this episode, Adam gets some advice from Ian Landsman of Userscape on marketing and positioning a new Tailwind CSS components directory project he's working on with Steve Schoger.

Topics include:

  • Building website templates vs. a UI kit
  • Should the product be positioned as a UI library or an educational resource?
  • One-time purchase pricing vs. subscription pricing vs. some combination of the two
  • Why marketing features can sometimes be better than marketing benefits
  • "Dribbble but with code"

Sponsors:

  • Cloudinary, sign up and get 300,000 images/videos, 10GB of storage and 20GB of monthly bandwidth for free
  • DigitalOcean, get your free $50 credit at do.co/fullstack

Links:

  • Tailwind CSS
  • Tweet previewing the Tailwind component directory
  • Article on Sketch pricing model
  • MegaMaker Club
  • Thermostat, the NPS survey software Ian is working on

Pull the Plug

PTP 322 - September 11, 2019 - Old Mom's, Sucks to Suck, We're Really Angry, and Coffee Opinions

Opening

- Want an actual parenting podcast?

Part of Me (Cover) by Jaclyn VanHappen

70yr Old Mother

- Story from Gizmodo

Riptide (Cover) by Connor Graham feat. Maya Graham and Justin Briner

We’re Really Angry

I Will by Mike Vial

Sucks to Suck

- Man arrested for giving a wet willy

- Burglar breaks into home to make breakfast

- $10K reward offered for Canuck the Crow

Trying to Explain by Mark Martyre

Buzzfeed - Would You Rather?

- Coffee Opinions

Wagon Wheel (Cover) by Jake Brenneman - for Jordan Leitch!

Recommendations/Closing

- The Right Stuff book

- No Man’s Land album

- Tales from No Man’s Land podcast

- Mindhunter Season 2

- The Murder Squad podcast

- Yes Please book


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Mike Farwell Show

Sep 10: Road Safety, Street Parties, and The Greenbelt

The opening monologue (0:56); Do we need to make our streets safer for everyone? (21:32); Pilot initiatives planned for WLU Homecoming (44:02); Paving over the Greenbelt still on the Premier's to-do list (1:27:31); Mental Health monthly segment (1:47:09)

Todd Donald

045 - Sarah Lexia



Quite a while ago, I started chatting about pop-culture with an Aussie on instagram. This conversation ultimately lead-to a "PLEASE be on the podcast". Now Sarah Lexia, an evolving internet personality, has allot in her own right to bring to the table and chat about, from professional dancing, to modelling and brand ambassador-ing... but you'll see here that we kept a loving focus, on Australia, and the wonderful performing talent that has emerged from there over the years. I really enjoyed the hangout, Sarah's personality shines and enabled me to be extra goofy.. and thanks to the flippin' Coffee Lodge Sarnia for letting me record there!!!
After that, I catch you up on tings such as I dunno, my article in The Community Edition!? Then I show you what my latest internet word-game attempt yielded... It's an experience that i've finally decided to round out, by implementing the "5 song rule" in which through the course of listening to the show, you'll hear 5 songs intros and all , whether or not 1-3 of them are performed by a musical guest live-off-the-floor.
The ongoing Todd Donald show's coffee shop playlist this week...1. Harriet Nauer - The Island (off Standing At The Heavenly Gates, 2014)2. Vienna D'Amato Hall - Surrender (off Long Stay Hotel, 2019)3. Stephen Trothen - Leaves (off Learns To Knit, 2008)4. Sue Passmore - 10 & 2 (off 87 Miles, 2006)5. The Lo-Fi Mind - So Bad (off 04/20/2014, 2014)+ Down Under - Men At Work (cover by Bailey Pelkman)
Website update soon! Tata! Love - Me.
GUEST: SARAH LEXIA

Todd Donald

IN THE COMMUNITY EDITION

THE TODD DONALD SHOW
BRINGS GOOD CHATS OVER GOOD COFFEE♦read the original article at communityedition.caArticle by Kaitlyn SeverinPhoto by Lucia Liu
For over a decade, Todd Donald has worked to make his voice heard in Waterloo Region. Now, as the host of the local podcast, The Coffeehouse Crowd, Donald is ready to evolve with the renaming of his show, The Todd Donald Show.
The Todd Donald Show is a weekly podcast that features local artists, musicians and community advocates based within Kitchener-Waterloo and is hosted, of course, by Donald. What was originally an un-branding of a podcast Donald had participated in before, The Coffeehouse Crowd, has been posting their episodes to listeners for over a year.
While it doesn’t take place in a coffee shop itself, the idea surrounding the podcast originally stemmed from the atmosphere of a local cafe, where individuals can talk freely and openly about art, music and community events. “I wanted to recreate the experience of chatting with other artists and hearing them play at a coffee house,” Donald said. “Cafes have a thing where people who don’t feel like they fit in [can go in to] have intellectual conversations about art.”
Now, Donald is renaming The Coffeehouse Crowd podcast to the “Todd Donald Show.” While the show is going through the rebrand, Donald notes that the Todd Donald Show will continue on as The Coffeehouse Crowd — it will include some of the same guests, touch on the same themes and will be relevant in KW.
“I would consider the renaming of the show almost like an un-branding,” said Donald.
“It forces me, as someone who’s not good at branding, to keep evolving what I do.”
In the mid-to-late-2000’s, Donald attended Conestoga College to specialize in radio broadcasting. While attending, Donald took over the college radio program “The British Invasion,” which he rebranded from a punk rock radio show to an indie rock show. Being a singer/songwriter, Donald invited his fellow musician friends to come on the show to play their music, promote their work or just goof off.
After moving on from Conestoga College, Donald has shifted his creative side and passion for broadcasting to the world of digital podcasting, hence the conception of The Coffeehouse Crowd.
Since its first episode in September 2018, Donald has interviewed a variety of fellow podcasters, artists and musicians in the Region, many of whom are close friends and colleagues on his podcast. He has brought on the hosts of fellow KW podcast Ape Audio, as well as the hosts of the KW feminist podcast FemWaves, Wendy Huenul and Kate Schlitt, to The Coffeehouse Crowd. They have discussed everything from the local music scene, to growing up in the ever-changing Waterloo Region.
“We all find people interesting on social media from a distance, [but it’s great] to actually have a genuine relationship that exist in two hours,” said Donald.
“[Having a podcast has] informed me a lot about myself and how others analyze what they’re trying to do creatively and how candid one is. You deal with people who have prepared things to say and people who do not.”
While the podcast is currently in the midst of changes, Donald still wants his listeners to believe they’re not just listening in on a conversation, but rather they are being comforted by familiar and new voices that make up the Region.
“I also feel that the greatest podcast will always be the most entertaining ones, the most interesting ones rich with giving you an experience and have no agenda,” Donald concluded.
“My desire for the listener is they feel like they’re hanging out with people.”