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Does living in a well-designed city make you healthier? How can surfing increase your creativity? Have you ever wondered why hospitals are so ugly? Bon Ku is a physician and an avid fan of design, food, surfboarding and Medicine. In each episode of DESIGN LAB, Bon and his guests tell stories about how the worlds of design, art, science and health intersect. Listen and learn new insights, hacks and design principles that you can apply to your own life.
 
Hackaday Editors take a look at all of the interesting uses of technology that pop up on the internet each week. Topics cover a wide range like bending consumer electronics to your will, designing circuit boards, building robots, writing software, 3D printing interesting objects, and using machine tools. Get your fix of geeky goodness from new episodes every Friday morning.
 
Design Futurecast is Maria Lorena Lehman's journey through design explorations and experiments ― where breakthrough questions intersect with expansive design thinking to shift your own creative path toward more innovative heights. Imagine yourself in the future, asking questions about a design solution you are creating today. With elements of visionary time-travel...Every episode examines cutting-edge investigations from a new perspective ― exploring the design experiment and its result in t ...
 
Join us Between the Worlds as we discuss tarot, psychology, mythology, pop culture, witchcraft, magic, art, and history with host Amanda Yates Garcia and a series of special guests. Music and production by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs. (Looking for the podcast Strange Magic? You can find those episodes here as well. Just scroll down, Strange Magic episodes begin with the acronym SM. If you'd like to read our statement on the end of that podcast, please see the show notes of episode BTW 28: Ace ...
 
Between Worlds is a technology podcast that takes you over the horizon and beyond borders, to bring you the global thinkers, innovators and troublemakers whose ideas challenge the world as we know it. From a courtyard cafe in Paris, to a busy sidewalk in Tokyo - each week futurist and global nomad, Mike Walsh, will share his personal conversations with some of the most fascinating people on the planet, recorded live in the field.
 
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Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys look back on a great week of hardware hacking. What a time to be alive when you can use open source tools to decode signals from a probe that has long since left our solar system! We admire two dirt-cheap builds, one to measure current draw in mains power, another to mill small parts with great preci…
 
Pentacles are about solutions, and this card is all about dealing with the enormity, sensuality, eroticism, ripeness, and the full glory of our presence. So says our special guest today, the grown ass witch, Angela Mary Magick. This card appears when we’re ready to admit wild truths about ourselves, when we need to get big enough to hold the pointy…
 
Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson is a pediatrician, mom to two boys, and the Chief Medical Officer for SpoonfulONE. She is an author, a prominent advocate of evidence-based medicine, and has devoted her career to pediatric prevention efforts. Dr. Swanson was the founder and Chief of Digital Innovation at Seattle Children’s Hospital and has continued to be an …
 
Dr Gyles Morrison is a Clinical User Experience Specialist and Digital Health Consultant, improving the usability, accessibility and satisfaction people have with healthcare technology. He uses knowledge and experience of behaviour change to improve the way technology is successfully used in healthcare. He has worked with the NHS and a variety of h…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Tom Nardi go over the best stories and hacks from the previous week, covering everything from sidestepping rockets to homebrew OLED displays. We'll cover an incredible attempt to really emulate the Nintendo Game Boy, low-cost injection molding of rubbery parts, a tube full of hypersonic shockwaves, and how a hacked …
 
Today we’re talking about the 8 of Pentacles, all about mastering your craft and makin’ those coins. When the 8 of Pents comes up, you’re being called to know your craft so well, to be so confident in it, that you can innovate. You’re not checking to see what other people are doing or if you’re getting it right. You’re paying attention to the mater…
 
Daniel Burka is a product manager and designer who focuses on solving complex global health problems in simple ways. He is the director of product and design at the not-for-profit Resolve to Save Lives, where he spends the majority of my time on the open source project, Simple.org. Simple is used by thousands of hospitals in India, Bangladesh, and …
 
Johan is an extroverted, loving , family guy. When Johan turned 33 years old his world was turned upside down. Before his illness, Johan felt like he was on top of the world. He had a successful career, had just bought a house, and was planning a wedding with the love of his life. Then, on April 18th, 2019, he woke up and the world was spinning. Hi…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys are joined by contributing editor Jenny List to talk about her adventure at Born Hack last week. We also discuss the many capacitor values that go into regen receivers, the quest for a Raspberry Pi handheld that includes a slide-out keyboard, and how capacitive touch might make mice (mouses?) and tou…
 
Dear Listeners we’re so excited to dive with you into this episode with one of our favorite and dear guests, Chiron Armand. Chiron is is a shamanic practitioner holding initiations in Haitian Vodou, Brazilian Quimbanda, and is a trained hoodoo root doctor in the Southern Conjure tradition. He’s also the author of Deliverance!: Hoodoo Spells of Uncr…
 
Dr. Ankita Sagar is an Internist, Primary Care Physician. She is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. She is the Director of Ambulatory Quality for the Medicine Service Line and currently serves as the Director for the COVID Ambulatory Resource Support Program at Northwell Health. She a member of…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams wade into a week of wonderful hacks. There's an acrylic lens that hides images in the network of caustics: the light rays that shine through it. Boston Dynamics is finally showing the good stuff; people wrenching on 'bots, and all kinds of high-end equipment failure, along with some epic successes. C…
 
When the 7 of Pentacles comes up in a reading it's a sign that we’re worried about all the ways we might fail. But the 7 of Pentacles offers us an opportunity to turn failure into an act of rebellion and … pleasure. In this episode we discuss the relationship between the 7 of Pentacles and the Chariot card; its correspondence to Saturn in Taurus; h…
 
Juhan Sonin specializes in healthcare design and system engineering. He is the director of GoInvo (goinvo.com). The studio’s designs helped 700,000 Massachusetts residents receive food benefits, are used by Wikipedia to explain complex health concepts, and help manage care plans for 150 million US residents. His work has been recognized by the New …
 
Rob Andrews is an Associate Professor at the University of Exeter, an Honorary Consultant Physician at Musgrove Park Hospital Taunton and a Danish Diabetes Academy visiting Professor. At the University Rob he leads a group that conducts clinical trials to determine how best to help people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to improve their diets, incr…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys debate the great mysteries of the hacking universe. On tap this week is news that Sam Zeloof has refined his home lab chip fabrication process and it's incredible! We see a clever seismometer built from plastic pipe, a laser, and a computer mouse. There's a 3D printed fabric that turns into a hard sh…
 
Many tarotologists say the 6 of Pentacles is one of the most complicated cards in the Minor Arcana. It's a card about exchange, giving and receiving, but as we know all too well, that shizz can bring up a lot for people! In this episode we talk about knowing your value (and how if you're over giving, you probably don't); guilt and being of service;…
 
Leah Barrett is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Master’s Level Nutritionist and has been Private Practice for 25 years. She also has worked in medical settings, specifically oncology as well as consulting for nonprofits and teaching at Colorado State University’s School of Social Work. Most recently, Leah has been living with advanced breast …
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams recount the past week in hardware hacking. There's a new Tamagochi hack that runs the original ROM on plain old microcontrollers like the STM32. Did you know you can blast the Bayer filter off a camera sensor using a powerful laser and the sensor will still work? We didn't. There was a lot of debate …
 
Circe is the first witch mentioned in the literature of the classical world. Daughter of the Sun, and the ocean nymph Perse, Circe is the Lady of the Beasts, wielder of wands, knower of plants, both poisonous and medicinal, and is queer AF. She's a goddess of secrets and necromancy (she can communicate with the dead). Her familiar is the hawk, so i…
 
Inga Saffron has been the Philadelphia Inquirer’s architecture critic since 1999. Her work has been recognized with numerous awards, including the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism and a Loeb Fellowship from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. In June 2020, Rutgers University Press published a selection of her columns, "Becoming Philade…
 
For Rebecca Trahan, the art of communication is a subtle one. Her clean designs communicate client messages clearly, with a simple elegance. In 1994 she established her award-winning communications firm Barking Dog Design, along with her not-so-silent partner, Wilma the Weimaraner. Rebecca particularly enjoys working with clients who provide servic…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys get charged up on the best hacks the week had to offer. The 3D printer design gods were good to us, delivering an upside-down FDM printer and a hack that can automatically swap out heated beds for continuous printing. We look at a drone design that builds vertical wings into the frame of a quadcopter…
 
This episode is sponsored by a new film created for the Tarot reading community from The Theatre Company in Portland, Oregon. Claire Willett's The Broken Heart Spread is a deep dive into the world of modern tarot card reading. Over the course of a single day, we meet seven women at seven different personal thresholds, all looking to the wisdom of t…
 
Hillary Stires received her BS in behavioral neuroscience from Lehigh University and her PhD in endocrinology and animal biosciences from Rutgers University, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in tumor biology at Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. Her research focused on tumor development and drug resistance in breas…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams have found a critical mass of projects this week that wouldn't be possible without 3D printers. There's an absolutely astounding model roller coaster that is true to the mechanisms and physics of the original (and beholden to hours of sanding and painting). Adding sheet material to the printing proce…
 
The 4 of Pentacles is about creating stability, economic security, a healthy body, a cozy home, or anything else that nourishes and sustains us. But if security is something that MOST of us long to have, then why does the 4 of Pentacles seem like such a crabby card? When we pull the 4 of Pentacles, Tarot is coming to us like a close friend, putting…
 
Dr. Neel Shah, MD, MPP is an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School (part-time), and Chief Medical Officer of Maven Clinic, the largest virtual clinic for women's and family health. As an obstetrician-gynecologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Neel cares for patients at …
 
Dr. Cooper’s bio is extensive, but can be summarized into 3 words: Mind… Body… Business The mind? He holds a PhD in Performance Psychology, was a national columnist for 20+ years, had his research published in peer reviewed journals internationally, written 5 books, and spoken professionally in all 50 states plus multiple times in Europe. The body?…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys bubble sort the best hardware hacks so you don't miss 'em. This week we're smitten by the perfection of a telephone tape loop message announcer. We enjoyed seeing Blender's ray tracing to design mirrors, and a webcam and computer monitor to stand in for triple-projector-based fractal fun. There's a b…
 
On today’s episode we’re talking with Tyson Yunkaporta, author of “Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World.” Tyson is a senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University in Melbourne and is a member of the Apalech clan in Queensland, Australia. "Sand Talk" explains how the teachings of aboriginal culture can help us imagin…
 
Kati Peditto, PhD is an environmental psychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at the U.S. Air Force Academy. She received her PhD in Human Behavior and Design from Cornell University and completed postdoctoral training under Dr. Mardelle Shepley. Her research focuses on providing equitable health…
 
Chris spent approximately 25 years working for himself in the lady’s garment industry. During that time, he helped create a multi-million-pound business from scratch. During 2007 Chris was diagnosed with incurable cancer. But has survived the extreme treatments and side effects, to become one of the most respected voices in the subject across the w…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams help you get caught up on a week of wonder hacks. We don't remember seeing a floppy drive headline the demoscene, but sure enough, there's a C64 demo that performs after the computer is disconnected. What causes bench tools to have unreliable measurements? Sometimes a poor crystal choice lets AC ruin…
 
The 3 of Pentacles is an invitation and a reminder to create spaces that are a celebration of what you hold sacred in life and attending to the details of maintaining them. When the 3 of Pentacles comes up, we know that we are being directed to get quiet and recognize what is sacred TO US, in our own hearts, and then we are being called to build it…
 
A 2nd generation prostate cancer survivor and advocate on proactive prostate cancer health. President and co-founder of the Prostate Cancer Awareness Alliance-DMV (PCAA-DMV) – a non-profit focused on helping men to – Get a GRIP on Prostate Cancer – through educational and informational interactive sessions highlighting prostate cancer treatment cen…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys dive into a week of exceptional hacks. Tip-top of the list has to be the precision measuring instrument that uses a cable spooling mechanism. There's news that the Starlink base station firmware has been dumped and includes interesting things like geofencing for the developer modes. We saw a garage r…
 
The 2 of Pentacles is all about being able to handle, and even enjoy (gasp!) complexity. In this episode, Amanda breaks down the card and discusses the history of jugglers, shaman, and court jesters; the infinity symbol; Jupiter in Capricorn; how to make multi-tasking work for you (and if we're anti-capitalist should we even be doing that?)... and …
 
Wenora Johnson is a 3x Cancer survivor, Research/Patient Advocate and Navy Veteran. Wenora began working closely with the organization Fight Colorectal Cancer (FightCRC) as a Research Advocate following her diagnosis of stage 3b colon cancer in 2011.As a Lynch Syndrome patient, Wenora also advocates for genetic testing and awareness. She serves on …
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams look through the most interesting hacks of the week. We spent ample time in adulation of the automatons built by François Junod; wizard-level watchmaking wrapped in endless levels of artistic detail. A couple projects stuffed into old cellphones turned Elliot's head. We got to see what happens if you…
 
In this episode, Amanda tells the folktale of Tannhauser, a 13th century knight and writer of erotic poetry. (This episode is steamy!). Though the story takes place in Germany, it was a variation of a tale common throughout Europe over a thousand year period while European culture was transitioning from animist paganism to Christianity. It tells th…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys marvel at the dangerous projects on display this week, including glass etching with hydrofluoric acid and pumping 200,000 A into a 5,000 A fuse. A new board that turns the Raspberry Pi into an SDR shows off the power of the secondary memory interface (SMI) present in those Broadcom chips. We also dis…
 
Between the Worlds returns with Season 4! Today we’re talking about the ACE of Pentacles. The Ace represents the suit in its purest form. Pentacles represents the element of earth. We talk about the history of the suit, deep time, the Orphic Egg, how coins may have made civilization possible (for better or worse), the difference between an amulet a…
 
Rama Gheerawo is the director of The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art in London. Rama is an international figure within design. He won a Design Week ‘Hall of Fame’ award in 2019 and was named a 2018 Creative Leader by Creative Review alongside Paul Smith and Björk. He uses design to address diversity through age, ability, …
 
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