Freakonomics Radio Podcast

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    Freakonomics Radio - How to Be More Productive

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    Freakonomics - How to Be More Productive

    It's Self-Improvement Month at Freakonomics Radio. We begin with a topic that seems to be on

    everyone's mind: how to get more done in less time. First, however, a warning: there's a big

    difference between being busy and being productive.

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    Freakonomics Radio - The Economics of Sleep, Part 1

    46:41

    Could a lack of sleep help explain why some people get much sicker than others?

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    Freakonomics Radio - Is the World Ready for a Guaranted Basic Income?

    37:17

    A lot of full-time jobs in the modern economy simply don't pay a living wage. And even those

    jobs may be obliterated by new technologies. What's to be done so that financially vulnerable

    people aren't just crushed? It may finally be time for an idea that economists have promoted

    for decades.

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    Trevor Noah Has a Lot to Say - Freakonomics Radio

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    Freakonomics Radio episode is called “Trevor Noah Has a Lot to Say” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    The Daily Show host grew up as a poor, mixed-race South African kid going to three churches every Sunday. So he has a sui generis view of America — especially on race, politics, and religion — and he’s not afraid to speak his mind.

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    Freakonomics Radio - January 25, 2017 - Did China Eat America’s Jobs?

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    Freakonomics Radio - January 25, 2017 - Did China Eat America’s Jobs?

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    Freakonomics Radio - Are Payday Loans Really as Evil as People Say?

    49:41

    Critics -- including President Obama -- say short-term, high-interest loans are predatory,

    trapping borrowers in a cycle of debt. But some economists see them as a useful financial

    instrument for people who need them. As the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau promotes new

    regulation, we ask: who's right?

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    Freakonomics Radio - The Economics of Sleep, Part 2

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    People who sleep better earn more money. Now all we have to do is teach everyone to sleep

    better.

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    Why Uber Is an Economist’s Dream

    39:54

    To you, it’s just a ride-sharing app that gets you where you’re going. But to an economist, Uber is a massive repository of moment-by-moment data that is helping answer some of the field’s most elusive questions.

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    My Favorite Podcast: Freakonomics Radio - Authentic Leader™ - 16111

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    Freakonomics Radio - Professor Hendryx vs. Big Coal

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    Freakonomics Radio - Professor Hendryx vs. Big Coal

    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “Professor Hendryx vs. Big Coal” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    What happens when a public-health researcher deep in coal country argues that mountaintop mining endangers the entire community? Hint: it doesn’t go very well.
    Below is a transcript of the episode, modified for your reading pleasure. For more information on the people and ideas in the episode, see the links at the bottom of this post. And you’ll find credits for the music in the episode noted within the transcript.

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    Freakonomics Radio - Why Is My Life So Hard?

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    Freakonomics Radio - Why Is My Life So Hard?

    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “Why is My Life so Hard?” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    Most of us feel we face more headwinds and obstacles than everyone else — which breeds resentment. We also undervalue the tailwinds that help us — which leaves us ungrateful and unhappy. How can we avoid this trap?

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    Freakonomics Podcast & Stone Skipping

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    In May, the Freakonomics podcast interviewed Tom Whipple about his book How to Win Games & Beat People. I had one chapter in this (very funny) book. [see my photos for the text]. During the broadcast I was fortunate enough to be mentioned :-) I'm posting the audio for the stone skip portion here -- the video is a montage to go along with Whipple's (enthusiastic!) discussion. [Gift to the World! lol] Coolest mention since I made the Harper's number-page.

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    Freakonomics Radio - No Hollywood Ending for the Visual-Effects Industry

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    Freakonomics Radio - No Hollywood Ending for the Visual-Effects Industry
    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “No Hollywood Ending for the Visual-Effects Industry” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    In their chase for a global audience, American movie studios spend billions to make their films look amazing. But almost none of those dollars stay in America. What would it take to bring those jobs back — and would it be worth it?

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    Freakonomics Radio - The Taboo Trifecta

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    Freakonomics Radio - The Taboo Trifecta

    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “The Taboo Trifecta” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.
    Serial entrepreneur Miki Agrawal loves to talk about the bodily functions that make most people flinch. That’s why she’s building a business around the three P’s: periods, pee, and poop.
    Below is a transcript of the episode, modified for your reading pleasure. For more information on the people and ideas in the episode, see the links at the bottom of this post. And you’ll find credits for the music in the episode noted within the transcript.

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    Discovering Interesting Data with Freakonomics Co-Author Stephen Dubner #JOINData 2016

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    Hear Part 1 of Stephen Dubner's Keynote session at #JOINData 2016

    Stephen J. Dubner is an award-winning author, journalist, and radio and TV personality. He is best-known as co-author of the books in the Freakonomics series, including Freakonomics, SuperFreakonomics, Think Like a Freak and When to Rob a Bank. They have sold more than 7 million copies in more than 40 countries. Dubner is also the host of the Freakonomics Radio podcast, which gets 5 million downloads a month.

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    APL007: Eine Podcast-Empfehlung für Problemlöser – Freakonomics Radio

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    Podcast Abenteuer Problemlösen, Hier auf iTunes abonnieren: Weitere Infos:

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    Freakonomics radio - An Egghead’s Guide to the Super Bowl

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    freakonomics radio - An Egghead’s Guide to the Super Bowl

    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “An Egghead’s Guide to the Super Bowl.” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    We assembled a panel of smart dudes—a two-time Super Bowl champ; a couple of NFL linemen, including one who’s getting a math Ph.D at MIT, and our resident economist—to tell you what to watch for, whether you’re a football fanatic or a total newbie.
    Below is a transcript of the episode, modified for your reading pleasure. For more information on the people and ideas in the episode, see the links at the bottom of this post. And you’ll find credits for the music in the episode noted within the transcript.

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    Podcast for English Freakonomics

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    Freakonomics Radio Mar 22,2017 - How Safe is Your Job?

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    Freakonomics Radio Mar 22,2017 - How Safe is Your Job? (Rebroadcast)

    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “How Safe Is Your Job? (Rebroadcast).” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    Economists preach the gospel of “creative destruction,” whereby new industries — and jobs — replace the old ones. But has creative destruction become too destructive?

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    Solving Problems with Data - Freakonomics Co-Author Stephen Dubner #JOINData 2016

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    Hear Part 3 of Stephen Dubner's Keynote session at #JOINData 2016

    Stephen J. Dubner is an award-winning author, journalist, and radio and TV personality. He is best-known as co-author of the books in the Freakonomics series, including Freakonomics, SuperFreakonomics, Think Like a Freak and When to Rob a Bank. They have sold more than 7 million copies in more than 40 countries. Dubner is also the host of the Freakonomics Radio podcast, which gets 5 million downloads a month.

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    H.I. #7: Sorry, Language Teachers

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    Subscribe to the Podcast:

    Levitation toy:

    Grey and Brady discuss Pi Day, death by airplane and should foreign languages be required in school.

    CGP Grey in Brady's house:

    Average Is Over:

    Reddit change my view:

    r/Freebooting:

    Anti-Pi Rant, 3/14/14:

    Professor Phil Moiarty talks about Tau on Numberphile:

    The Wire:

    How to make the US into two time zones:

    Pragmatic: Cause and Effect:

    Q&A with Grey video:

    Is Learning a Foreign Language Really Worth It?:

    Grey:

    Brady:

    Discussion:

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    Freakonomics Podcast: Marijuana or Alcohol

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    A video on the dangers of marijuana compared to alcohol by Arthur Lee and Jerry Jen

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    Freakonomics: Why Would You Want To Start A Podcast?

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    Stephen Dubner & Steven Levitt discuss the merits of starting up a new podcast with Ira Glass, host of the very successful This American Life podcast. (24/02/2010)

    iTunes Description: Ira Glass gives us some radio advice, and helps preview our upcoming episode about the underbelly of fat -- a.k.a., Is It Time for a Cheeseburger Tax?

    Dubner and Levitt wrote the best-selling, non-fiction book Freakonomics and the follow-up Superfreakonomics. They composed this podcast with nytimes.com and you can subscribe to it on iTunes.

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    Freakonomics Podcast

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    Nicole Poitras, Period 6
    A podcast which works to answer the question: What motivates a kid to take music class in school - and why should they?

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    Podcast / Radio / Music Player

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    Free iTunes Podcasts / Radio FM / Music Player on your Android
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    With hundreds of thousands of free podcasts and radio at your fingertips, it’s easy to find and enjoy your next favorite podcast radio on your Android.

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    3. TED Radio Hour - NPR
    4. Stuff You Should Know - HowStuffWorks.com
    5. Radiolab - WNYC Studios
    6. Fresh Air - NPR
    7. Stuff You Missed in History Class - HowStuffWorks.com
    8. Freakonomics Radio - Stephen J. Dubner and WNYC Studios
    9. Criminal - Criminal
    10. Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! - NPR

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    Has the U.S. Presidency Become a Dictatorship?

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    Sure, we all pay lip service to the Madisonian system of checks and balances. But as one legal scholar argues, presidents have been running roughshod over the system for decades. The result? An accumulation of power that’s turned the presidency into a position the Founders wouldn’t have recognized.

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    2-Year-Old Freakonomics Fan

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    Liam is two. He's also a big fan of the Freakonomics Radio podcast.

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    Freakonomics Radio - Chuck E. Cheese’s: Where a Kid Can Learn Price Theory

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    Freakonomics Radio - Chuck E. Cheese’s: Where a Kid Can Learn Price Theory

    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “Chuck E. Cheese’s: Where a Kid Can Learn Price Theory.” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    The pizza-and-gaming emporium prides itself on affordability, which means its arcade games are really cheap to play. Does that lead to kids hogging the best games — and parents starting those infamous YouTube brawls?

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    Things My Podcasts Tell Me

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    Illustrated quotes from the podcasts that accompany me
    on the bus.

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    Names

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    Top 1000 US first names over time INTERACTIVE:

    surname geographical distribution INTERACTIVE:

    Dolphins using names:

    Mental Floss VIDEO: things you didn't know had names:

    US ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child:




    Freakonomics How Much Does Your Name Matter?:

    Story of two children named Winner and Loser:

    auto-antonyms:

    Most common surnames:

    LONGEST NAME:

    Adolf Hitler Campbell:

    endonym vs. exonym:

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    Dads_Secret tweet:

    Legally mononymous people:

    Name-letter Effect:

    Quirkology:

    Quirology on names:

    US State denonyms:

    New Zealand name laws:

    hierarchy of disagreement:

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    Super English Podcast - English listening helper

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    Super English Podcast is a fantastic tool to help you practice English listening every time and everywhere.
    Multiple English resources: BBC Learning English, VOA Learning English, Freakonomics Radio, Spotlight English, Npr.
    Special features:
    - Transcript Auto Tracking - easy to tracking audio and transcript.
    - Multiple language dictionaries - translate every language.
    - Download to listen when offline.
    - And more features.
    Get it on Google Play

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    12 Native English Podcasts for Learning English

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    See more:
    1) This American Life
    2) Global News
    3) Scientific American Podcast: 60-Second Science
    4) Freakonomics Radio
    5) Here’s the Thing
    6) NPR
    7) Stuff You Should Know
    8) The Nerdist
    9) Entrepreneur on Fire
    10) Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast
    11) Stuff You Missed in History Class
    12) Stuff to Blow Your Mind

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    Learning by Disrupting with Data - Stephen Dubner, Co-Author Freakonomics #JOINData 2016

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    Hear Part 2 of Stephen Dubner's Keynote session at #JOINData 2016

    Stephen J. Dubner is an award-winning author, journalist, and radio and TV personality. He is best-known as co-author of the books in the Freakonomics series, including Freakonomics, SuperFreakonomics, Think Like a Freak and When to Rob a Bank. They have sold more than 7 million copies in more than 40 countries. Dubner is also the host of the Freakonomics Radio podcast, which gets 5 million downloads a month.

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    ..what podcasts do you listen to I get Guardian Science Weekly, 7 Day Sunday and Freakonomics Radio

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    Freakonomics Radio - How to Get More Grit in Your Life

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    Freakonomics Radio - How to Get More Grit in Your Life (Rebroadcast)

    Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “How to Get More Grit in Your Life (Rebroadcast).” (You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
    The psychologist Angela Duckworth argues that a person’s level of stick-to-itiveness is directly related to their level of success. No big surprise there. But grit, she says, isn’t something you’re born with — it can be learned. Here’s how.
    Below is a transcript of the episode, modified for your reading pleasure. For more information on the people and ideas in the episode, see the links at the bottom of this post. And you’ll find credits for the music in the episode noted within the transcript.

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    Como entender inglês falado mais facilmente? | Amigo Gringo Responde #12

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    Acesse agora e pratique 5 aulas free:


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    Os vídeos do nosso Amigo Gringo são tão curiosos que acabam levantando várias dúvidas dos brasileiros. Para isso, ele responde todas as perguntas aqui nessa playlist! Já fez a sua?

    Podcasts da NPR, WNYC e mais:

    A vida nos Estados Unidos (jornalismo de primeira): This American Life,

    Conversas sobre NY e o mundo: The Brian Lehrer Show,

    Economia para todos. São muito divertidos, prometo: Planet Money, e Freakonomics,

    Filhas entrevistam mães, amigos entrevistam amigos, etc. (Vai chorar): StoryCorps,

    Cultura popular e as artes: Studio 360:

    Música: All Songs Considered,

    Ciencia: Science Friday,

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    VLOG: Im a Freak

    4:45

    To become great at anything takes deliberate practice or perfect practice. Doing the same thing for 20 years is not a recipe for growth and improvement.

    Freakonomics Radio:

    Paulk Plans:

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    WNYC Studios, podcasts for all your personalities

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    WNYC Studios is the premier producer of on-demand and broadcast audio.

    Born from the team that created some of the most critically acclaimed and popular podcasts of the last decade, WNYC Studios is leading the new golden age in audio with high quality storytelling that informs, inspires and delights millions of intellectually curious and highly engaged listeners across digital, mobile and broadcast platforms.

    WNYC Studios creates some of the most acclaimed and beloved audio series, including Radiolab, Freakonomics Radio, On the Media, Death, Sex & Money and Here's the Thing with Alec Baldwin. Our programs include personal narratives, deep journalism, interviews that reveal, and smart entertainment as varied and intimate as the human voice itself.

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    Freakonomics Response

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    In response to this post:

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    10 Facts That Can Get You Fired

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    Jay Fayza of TheRebel.media challenges censorship by telling some politically incorrect truths.

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    Geek-Sofa #5: Podcast-Special!

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    Männerrunde auf dem Sofa: Jürg, Reto und Peter sprechen über ihre liebsten Podcasts und werweissen, ob es wohl sinnvoll wäre, Spoiler in Podcasts mit Hilfe einer Ziege anzukündigen (Antwort: ja, sicher). Ausserdem erzählt Reto von seinem neusten Bastelprojekt, einem digitalen Bierbrauapparat.
    Inhaltsverzeichnis inkl. Liste der besprochenen Podcasts folgt!

    00:25 Begrüssung zum Stammtisch: Wir sprechen über Podcasts und Bier
    02:02 Antwort auf die Frage: Warum gibt es das Geek-Sofa (noch) nicht als Podcast?
    04:55 Beste Podcast-Apps: Antenna-Pod (Android), Pocket-Casts (Android), Beyond Pod (Android), Castro (iOS)
    06:12 Peter zu seinen Podcasts: Ether Review (Arthur Falls) und The Inquiry (BBC)
    10:30 Wie kann man im Audio-Podcast die Spoiler-Fahne akustisch umsetzen?
    11:45 Reto zu seinen Podcasts: SRF Sendungen und Pessimists Archive
    18:05 Wie kann man im Geek-Sofa Audio-Podcast die Spoiler-Fahne akustisch umsetzen?
    20:07 Jürg zu seinen Podcasts: Alles NPR, Planet Money, This American Live, Freekonomics
    23:03 Wie viel bleibt von einem Podcast im Gedächtnis?
    23:34 Meldung aus dem Publikum: No Such Thing as a Fish
    25:05 Wann hört Ihr Podcast?
    26:52 Jürg zu seinen Podcasts: Twenty Thousand Hertz, Reply All mokiert sich über PizzaGate
    32:55 Peter zu Planet Money: Bericht über die Geschichte des Fondues in der Schweiz
    34:01 Peter zu seinen Podcasts: The Axe Files
    35:15 Jürg zu seinen Podcasts: WTF Podcast, Off Camera
    36:51 Hört Ihr Euch Podcasts in erhöhter Geschwindigkeit an? Wie die Fernseh-Serien? Meldet Euch! Reaktionen.
    42:40 Peter zu seinen Podcasts: WDR 5 Dok 5 - Das Feature
    43:50 Reto zu seinen Podasts: WDR 1LIVE Reportage
    44:05 Jürg zu seinen Podcasts: Surprisingly Awesome
    45:00 Schlussrunde Podcasts: Peter fasst zusammen
    45:43 Was ist ein Podcast?
    46:36 Reto fasst zusammen
    47:30 Jürg fasst zusammen
    49:53 Retos Bierbrau-Automat

    Links auf unsere Lieblings-Podcasts:
    The Ether Review
    The Inquiry
    The Pessimists Archive
    Planet Money
    This American Live
    Freakonomics Radio
    No Such Thing as a Fish
    Twenty Thousand Hertz
    Reply All
    BuzzFeed's Internet Explorer:
    The Axe Files
    WTF Pod
    Fresh Air
    Off Camera with Sam Jones
    WDR 5 Dok 5 Das Feature
    WDR 1Live
    99% Invisible
    Song Exploder songexploder.net/
    Surprisingly Awesome

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    Joe Rogan Experience #801 - Gary Johnson

    2:33:09

    Gary Johnson is the Honorary Chairman of the Our America Initiative, two-term Governor of New Mexico, and 2016 Libertarian candidate for President.

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    Gender Bias in Hiring

    9:20

    Freakonomics Radio did a provocative podcast on this subject called, What Are Gender Barriers Made Of.

    I summarize a few of the points but go listen to it on your own.

    Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a career coach and recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.

    Follow him at The Big Game Hunter, Inc. on LinkedIn for more articles, videos and podcasts than what are offered here and jobs he is recruiting for.

    Visit TheBigGameHunter.us. There's a lot more advice there.

    Connect with me on LinkedIn

    Subscribe to TheBigGameHunterTV on YouTube for advice about job hunting and hiring. Like videos, share and comment.

    Trying to hire someone? Email me at JeffAltman@TheBigGameHunter.us

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    Is the Gender Pay Gap Real?

    5:58

    In which John examines the complex and tangled question of the gender wage gap, and looks at some of the reasons why women who work full time are paid less than men who work full time.

    Sources:

    The pay gap increases as workers age, and there is a pay gap across all education and experience levels and in almost all professions. Also, the pay gap is larger for women of color, across all education and experience levels:

    The size of the gender pay gap depends on how you calculate it, but discrimination is a big factor in the pay gap: and

    The gender wage gap for MBA graduates increases over time:

    Women's pay goes down on average relative to men once there are kids in a family; men's pay goes up.

    A really interesting, nuanced interview with an economist who studies the gender pay gap:

    The wage gap won't close at this rate until 2056:

    An analysis of the role race plays in the gender wage gap:

    The gender wage gap is 10 cents in New Zealand, and 37 cents in South Korea:

    The exhaustive and at times exhausting wikipedia article about the gender wage gap:

    In the U.S. (and most countries), most unpaid work is done by women:

    There's a pay gap among librarians, and male librarians are disproportionately likely to become directors: and

    Great overall information (if a limited data set) from payscale:


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    Stephen Dubner - Eating Hot Dogs Like a Freak

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    Stephen J. Dubner is an award-winning author, journalist, and radio and TV personality. He is best-known as co-author of the books in the Freakonomics series, including Freakonomics, SuperFreakonomics, Think Like a Freak and When to Rob a Bank. They have sold more than 7 million copies in more than 40 countries. Dubner is also the host of the Freakonomics Radio podcast, which gets 5 million downloads a month.

    Dubner maintains the popular Freakonomics blog, which has been called “the most readable economics blog in the universe.” He has appeared widely on television, including as a regular contributor to ABC News and as host of the Emmy-nominated NFL Network program, Football Freakonomics.

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    5 Reasons Why You Should Start Listening to Podcasts

    2:41

    This week, Adler tells you why he loves podcasts and why you should as well.

    (Part of Kevin McCreary's 48 video challenge.)

    Podcasts I listen to:




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    CEM#04 Filhos: singular ou plural?

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    Quando se pensa em ter filhos, é sempre no plural? E quem opta por ter um só? Quais questionamentos vêm à tona?

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    Surround yourself with smarter people

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    So here is the link to the freakonomics podcast episode I was listening to:


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