Stories about the people transforming technology from the command line up.
Command Line TV is a video podcast to help you learn and master the Unix shell. Informally, ‘Unix’ refers to a family of operating systems that includes GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD. Operating a computer via the command line gives you tremendous power and flexibility, but it’s not easy to learn. We’re here to help! We start from the beginning, but also try to include some tips suitable for intermediate users. Each video is about 20 minutes long, and we aim to release a new episode every ...
Fire Engineering Magazine's been devoted to the training interests of firefighters since 1877. Listen to our lineup of podcasts featuring hosts from around the fire service.
Features stories about life on the front lines in Afghanistan, created by the military men and women who serve. Provided by ISAF Joint Command.
Nightlife with Phil Clark and Indira Naidoo has everything you need to get you through the night, seven nights a week.
A video game development podcast by John R. Diaz, a kid born to emigrants from the Dominican Republic in New York City, raised with lots of love, off of food stamps & welfare, where English was not his native language, who got lucky enough to find his passion in developing video games. It took him years in college before figuring out that video game development was something he could learn and do. It wasn't until 2007 when he got his lucky 1 in a million chance to get his foot in the door, w ...
“The Memoir of my Aunt, Jane Austen, has been received with more favour than I had ventured to expect. The notices taken of it in the periodical press, as well as letters addressed to me by many with whom I am not personally acquainted, show that an unabated interest is still taken in every particular that can be told about her. I am thus encouraged not only to offer a Second Edition of the Memoir, but also to enlarge it with some additional matter which I might have scrupled to intrude on t ...
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who make the world go around. Listen to the maritime professionals sharing their passion for shipping and how they see the future.
1995 laid the groundwork for a truly global World Wide Web. But not every country took the same path to connecting to the internet. Some resisted, wanting to create their own version. Others had to fight for access, not wanting to be left behind. And while we made huge strides in connecting the world in those early years, we still have a long way t…
CJH loves the musical feel-good of In The Heights, the comedy Physical, though great, should really be read as a drama, and Blindspotting...is...well...a wait and see.
How has the USA proved that vaccination is the way back to normal? And how has their travel industry slowly gotten back onto its feet?
Anthony Kastros and company discuss leadership, incident command, and other issues. Sponsored by the TenCate Made for Life podcast: https://us.tencatefabrics.com/podcast/由fireengineering
An in depth discussion about an important men's health issue
In episode 11 of Out of Play Area the Game Dev podcast, Grant Shonkwiler, a freelance game developer aboard his own company Shonkventures, talks about being an audio programmer, to a game designer, and finally a producer at ID on Rage, and for Epic Games on Fornite. We also discuss dealing with burnout, how to negotiate your salary and the power of…
Concussion and what we have come to understand with head knocks on the sporting field has come a long way.
China officially declared war on the United States, Britain, Germany, France and Japan 121 years ago this week.
On the playground of the Riviera, Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc is as glamourous as it sounds.
Jim Burneka talks to Diane Cotter about how she became aware of “forever” chemicals and her ongoing fight to remove these chemicals from our fire gear. Sponsored by UniMac: UniMac.com/virtual由fireengineering
Niche items that are collectables from a journey overseas can bring back memories of a sojourn far away, but do you buy items for memories or to be practical when you return home?
Dave McGlynn discussing networking and leadership lessons learned for the fire service. Sponsored by UniMac: UniMac.com/virtual由fireengineering
What was your favourite toy as a child? A farmyard set, spinning top or a particular doll you adored.
Countless books have revealed the Vietnam War conflicts, but John O’Halloran has finally decided to tell his own story.
We are approaching June 25th, 2021, and celebrating the Day of the Seafarer, which is a way to recognise the invaluable contribution seafarers make to international trade and the world economy, often at high personal cost to themselves and their families. In episode 165, you meet Frank Coles, currently on gardening leave from Wallem, and get to lis…
Hosts Rick Lasky and Terry McGrath are joined by Scott Thompson and Bobby Halton for a discussion with Chief Eric Greaser of the Flower Mound (TX) Fire Department about a recent shooting at a fire station his department experienced. Sponsored by UniMac: UniMac.com/virtual由fireengineering
Toby’s got all the details on the new Landcruiser and he also reveals which vehicles are going to be in short supply for the rest of the year due to a world-wide shortage in semiconductors.
Host Doug Cline and Chris Naum talk benchmarking and other topics with Chief Billy Dillon of Howe Springs (SC) Fire Department. Sponsored by UniMac: UniMac.com/virtual由fireengineering
We’re diving into one of the fastest growing industries in Australia: Aquaculture and seafood farming.
Danny Sheridan talks fireground strategy and tactics LIVE with his callers. You can call in at (760) 454-8852. Sponsored by UniMac: UniMac.com/virtual由fireengineering
Lawyer, Brian Herd, talks us through all the essential information you need to be aware of when dealing with ageing parents.
NASA probes, the Ring of Fire Annular Eclipse and a whale who swallowed a man...
Alex reckons The Mole Agent is a moving documentary, Bloodlands a tight, fast and smart drama, and Lisey's Story should, as the sum of it's parts promises, be more than it is!
Host Robbie Fisher talks with Ben Fleagle, president of the Fraternal Order of Leatherheads (F.O.O.L.S.) International. Sponsored by UniMac: UniMac.com/virtual由fireengineering
What exactly is it and how does one develop it?
Australia does coastal walks like no other. Travel writer Kendall Hall recently did the epic urban hike from Bondi Beach to Manly and joined Phil Clark to share his adventure.
When thousands of Australian troops were captured on the Malayan peninsula and made Prisoners of War by the Japanese during World War II, the conditions they faced were beyond grim.
Emily Wilding Davison fought for votes for women in Britain in the early twentieth century with the suffrage movement.
Overlooking the glorious Megalong Valley, the Hydro Majestic in the Blue Mountains is as infamous as its magnificent views. Suzanne Hill was joined by Perri Prince, Director of the documentary "The Jewel of The Mountains" with a look at the hotel's history. It is also the story of one of the most fascinating and eclectic people in Australian histor…
Kanishka Raffel started life as a Buddhist and converted as a young man to Christianity. He now finds himself heading the NSW Anglican church.
In this show on extrication and vehicle rescue, Dave Dalrymple addresses the return of live hands-on training, rally operations, and more. Sponsored by the TenCate Made for Life podcast: https://us.tencatefabrics.com/podcast/由fireengineering
Comedian Akwasi Osei-Tutu explores the unique quirks of his culture as an Australian and someone who identifies strongly with his African roots.
Whistler’s Mother is an iconic painting by James McNeill Whistler, a bohemian who rejected the conventional.
In this #FirefightingFridays session, Jeff Shupe and the team from Strategic Fire take a closer look at some of the fundamental tools of engine company work. Sponsored by the TenCate Made for Life podcast: https://us.tencatefabrics.com/podcast/由fireengineering
Gossip may be a favourite pastime for many, catching up for a bit of 'goss' but is it proper social interaction?
We're celebrating the 100th birthday of Ginger Meggs, the skinny kid with red hair created by Jimmy Bancks in 1921.
The outstanding canals of the world are maritime highways used by enormous ships to transport goods around the globe.
Hosts Mike Dugan and Bill Gustin talk with Bobby Halton and guests Steve Robertson of the Columbus (OH) Division of Fire and Patrick Brown from the Chicago Fire Department. Sponsored by the TenCate Made for Life podcast: https://us.tencatefabrics.com/podcast/由fireengineering
We delve into the world of crime writing with one of the best crime writers around, Candice Fox.
Most volunteer fire departments are struggling to fill the ranks but this can often lead to a focus on quantity over quality when it comes to recruiting new members. And even if we are successfully getting new members to join, we still need to keep them. A strong focus on recruitment with little effort directed at retention can lead to a dwindling …