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#127: Meg Jayanth and Games Writing

This week, Dirk and David chat with Meg Jayanth to talk about her experiences as a writer in the games industry....

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#126: Collaboration

Dirk, David, and Rob get together to confirm that no person is an island, especially when it comes to game design....

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# 109: Susan McKinley Ross and Idea Duck

Dirk and David are joined by game designer Susan McKinley Ross, creator of Qwirkle and other well-received board...

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Episode 1 - What Freedom Means To You

In this episode we discuss what Freedom means to us, and how its now possible to become geographically free so you're...

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Working mem: Episodic buffer, V-S sketchpad & Phonological loop - VCE Psych

The functionality of the episodic buffer, visuo-spatial sketchpad & episodic buffer is covered in this podcast.

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Working memory: central executive - VCE Psychology

The role of the central executive is addressed in this podcast, a future podcast will examine the functionality of...

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Working memory: central executive - VCE Psychology

The role of the central executive is addressed in this podcast, a future podcast will examine the functionality of...

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Shifting Gears

Shifting GearsLength: 00:51:33Synopsis: We've just wrapped up the COSMOS Tarot...

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Wife, Mom of 4, AND Owner of Multiple Businesses- DeQuita Means on Keeping it All Together

She's a wife, mother of 4, home-school mom, and owns multiple businesses. How in the world does she keep it...

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033: Proclamation of Persistence: The Busy Professionals Guide to Triumph & Success with Christin Collins

Christin Collins is the System Director Health and Wellness Strategic Business Partner for Lee Memorial Health...

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Working: The "How Does a Forensic Anthropologist Work?" Edition

WNYC’s Arun Venugopal talks to Dr. Bradley Adams, a forensic anthropologist for the city of New York. Dr. Adams talks...

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PWQ: Attitudes Toward Women’s Work and Family Roles in the United States, 1976–2013

Psychology of Women Quarterly Editor Mary Brabeck and article co-author Jean Twenge discuss time period and...

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Working: The "How Does a Male Dominatrix Work?" Edition

In New York City’s Lower East Side there’s a dungeon with whips, swords, and a slave in chains where Conrad, a male...

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UFOs, Aliens, and the Supernatural from a Biblical View

In this episode, Jim and Bob pull the curtain back to expose the subject of UFOs, aliens, Nephilim, and the...

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039: Proclamation of Persistence: The Busy Professionals' Guide to Triumph & Success with Nellie Akalp

Nellie Akalp is a serial entrepreneur, small business advocate, speaker and author. Through the various...

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Working Out and Summer Travels

Brad and Jeff talk about their summer travels and how much working out sucks.

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041: Proclamation of Persistence: The Busy Professionals' Guide to Triumph & Success

Gretchen Strait is a multifaceted professional of many talents who currently resides in sunny...

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Working: The "How Does a Realtor Work?" Edition

In the final episode for this season of Working, Slate’s L.V. Anderson talks with Vanessa Pollock a Realtor for...

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