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How do we design for less waste in digital? How can digital designers, developers and content professionals create a more environmentally friendly digital? One that uses less energy and creates less waste. One where reuse is at the core of thinking. One where the Earth Experience is central. Gerry McGovern will talk to designers who are pioneering green digital thinking and methods.
 
It's nuts out there! It's nuts everywhere! It's always gonna be nuts. So here be short silly sketches to help you laugh at the world's nuts. And their balls. Me, Fartist. Me need laugh. Don't you? Allergy Warning: May contain political incorrectness and jokes, you hypersensitive nut sack! No, not you. The other nut sack.
 
Cali's ✯ HouseNation Radio (CHNR) is a 2 Hour Mix Show based out of Southern California (San Diego) playing you the best in House & Dance music on the planet. Hour 1 is a brand episode of CHNR mixing everything house and dance. Hour 2 is changed weekly. They consist of the DJ MORE Selection, and the Guest Mix. We are broadcasted world wide through HRD.FM in London every Friday from 16.00 to 18.00 London Time, 8AM to 10AM Southern California time. Hour 1: New Episode's of CHNR hosted and mixe ...
 
Life and Faith in the Round. The church is strongest as people in a community living side-by-side, centered around Christ, and going out to always widen the circle and bless the world. Our logo reflects this vision with the “C” in the middle representing Chapel as a community centered in Christ and radiating outward with compassion and creativity.
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
Welcome to the Hayes and Jarvis podcast bringing you traveller’s tales and unique insight into fascinating destinations around the world. We’d like to inspire you by presenting the stories and sounds from some of your favourite destinations to get you dreaming of your next holiday. The podcast will help you explore the four corners of the world by bringing distant cultures, fascinating foods and paradise locations directly to the comfort of your own armchair – so sit back, relax and let us i ...
 
We curate on beatport and soundcloud of the best EPS and DJSETS from House, Club House, Tribal, Progressive House and other strands that will potentially be played on our circuit parties world-wide. Use the #BestCircuitMusic hashtag to get to know your EP, LABEL or DJ SET Every month we will do our ''Circuit Box'', a curator of the best tracks released during the month. soundcloud.com/bestcircuitmusic
 
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The tour is a deep dive podcast that takes a look at a piece of pop culture art/media and examines its history, creation, meaning and legacy in order to better understand it and therefore better appreciate it.
 
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When COVID-19 hit, many governments reverted to a panic publishing approach, getting as much content up on their websites as quickly as possible. Structure, organization, testing, it all got shoved aside in the rush to publish. Sarah explains how this sort of panic publishing culture can be avoided in the future because panicking serves nobody. Sar…
 
From Monday night, the Indian capital will be under a strict lockdown for six days, amid growing Covid-19 concerns. These include a lack of hospital beds and medical supplies to treat the growing number of people with coronavirus. Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a public statement that healthcare services were at breaking point. He w…
 
Pakistan’s interior minister has confirmed that 11 police officers who were taken hostage by Islamist radicals during violent anti-France demonstrations last weekend have been released but more talks are needed to resolve issues. In a series of video messages published on Monday, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said that the “first round of t…
 
The Chinese foreign ministry has blasted the US and Japan, criticizing their own historical human rights record, after the two nations issued a joint statement pledging a new partnership and slamming China’s behavior. Speaking on Monday, foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin denounced the joint statement made by Washington and Tokyo, which claimed…
 
Multiple shooting victims have presented at hospitals in the Shreveport area of Louisiana, after a gun battle in a city parking lot. Media say five are in hospital, two of whom are critically injured. Late on Sunday evening, shots were fired in the city, with media outlets reporting that five individuals had shown up at local hospitals with injurie…
 
We review the fourth episode of Marvel’s series, The Falcon and Winter Solider on Disney +. This episode was an emotional roller coast ending with a gut punch and possibly changing our views on Captain America. Stay tuned to the end of the episode for the Dad Joke Challenge. See if you are able to not to laugh at our silly jokes and who wins this c…
 
Spanish police have seized weapons, including a replica assault rifle and explosives, in a raid on what has been called the first illegal 3D-printed weapons workshop in Spain, capable of producing weapon parts in minutes. Law enforcement officers raided a facility in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in Spain's Canary Islands and arrested its owner, whose ide…
 
The Syrian parliament has announced that presidential elections will be held in the country next month. Would-be candidates can file documents from April 19 onwards. Syrians who live in government-controlled areas will cast their votes on May 26, the speaker of the parliament, Hammouda Sabbagh, announced on Sunday. Those who live outside the countr…
 
A packed passenger train has derailed in Egypt, with social media footage showing rail tracks damaged and several carriages overturned. There are reports of dozens of casualties as emergency teams respond. The train, which was said to be traveling from Cairo to Mansoura, derailed outside the city of Benha on Sunday afternoon. At least 11 people die…
 
The studio behind Minecraft has said that it hopes to raise awareness about racial and environmental issues through its video game, doubling down on the company’s previous efforts to promote social justice. Speaking during an online event, Corporate Vice President of Minecraft at Mojang, Helen Chiang, said that her studio wanted to “extend its infl…
 
Australia is in “no hurry” to lift its international travel restrictions, PM Scott Morrison has said. There may be an easing of the rules on “essential travel” in the second half of the year, but that option is still under review. Australia’s external borders have already been closed for over a year, with any non-citizens and non-residents barred f…
 
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged Western nations to prosecute hatred against Muslims with the “same standards” it applies to Holocaust denial, amid a wave of anti-French riots in his own country. Writing on Twitter, Khan urged Western governments “who have outlawed any negative comment on the Holocaust to use the same standards to pena…
 
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), the successor to Hubble, could detect signs of life on other planets within the next five to 10 years, according to Caprice Phillips, a PhD student at the Ohio State University. Due to launch in October 2021 after years of delays, the new cutting-edge telescope could allow humanity to detect life signs on d…
 
The massive outage affecting Twitter continues, with users around the world getting error messages saying “something went wrong” and being unable to log in. Twitter’s team says it’s investigating a “possible system irregularity.” Twitter users first experienced problems logging in and loading tweets on Friday night. Amid tens of thousands of error …
 
Iran has warned Kiev against making unsubstantiated claims about the downing of a Ukrainian airliner last year, after its security chief suggested Tehran had attacked the plane on purpose. Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said in a statement that it was regrettable that Ukrainian officials continue to make “vague political remarks” abou…
 
Really Happy to have a member of Melodic Groove on the Guest Mix! Straight out of Orange County, It's DJ AV on the Guest Mix. For more information visit: https://www.instagram.com/deejayavoc/ https://youtube.com/user/trnwrck282 Deejay Av is based out of Orange County, Deejay Av is an open format dj but you will find him doing his thing playing his …
 
Hello C✯HNR Family! I apologize for being a little tardy on this Friday evening. I've been battling with a cold and allergies, and it kinda took me out all week. But we are here back with another episode! Started off with Afro House Vibes. Then make our way into house and Tech House vibes. Hour number 2 we have a member of the Melodic Groove Radio …
 
Canada's Ontario province is setting up checkpoints at its borders with neighboring Manitoba and Quebec to turn away non-essential travelers, further curtailing personal freedoms in the name of fighting the spread of Covid-19. The new travel restrictions will take effect on April 19, and only people who need to enter Ontario to work, receive medica…
 
Cuban Communist Party leader Raul Castro has announced that he is stepping down and handing leadership to a younger generation "full of passion and anti-imperialist spirit." The Castro family has led the party since 1961. “As I live I will be ready with my foot in the stirrups to defend the fatherland, the revolution and socialism," Castro told par…
 
Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on MPs to pass legislation giving the federal government power to impose Covid restrictions on Germany’s states, after officials criticized the slow response of some regions to soaring cases. Speaking to parliamentarians on Friday, the German leader declared that “the situation is serious, very serious, and we ne…
 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has received her first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine against Covid-19 just days after her government agreed a new age limit on the beleaguered jab over blood clot concerns. The chancellor, 66, received the British-Swedish company’s jab on Friday in a vaccination center in Berlin’s former Tempelhof airport. Kanzleri…
 
The Chilean Ministry of Health has released real-world data from its use of the Covid-19 vaccine, developed by Chinese pharmaceutical firm Sinovac, which suggests the jab is less effective than its peers. In a briefing and infographic published on Friday, the ministry said its data proved the CoronaVac jab to be 67% effective in preventing symptoma…
 
The head of an inquiry into the now-defunct Cypriot citizenship by investment program has said that more than half of all the passports doled out by the government in Nicosia were illegal under EU law. Speaking to reporters on Friday, Myron Nicolatos, who chaired the inquiry, said the interim report had been handed to Attorney-General Giorgos Savvi…
 
France’s minister for industry has said she thinks it will be highly unlikely that the EU will seek new contracts with AstraZeneca and J&J for their Covid vaccines, but says discussions with Pfizer and Moderna have already begun. Speaking on Friday to BFMTV, Minister for Industry Agnes Pannier-Runacher gave a frank assessment of the EU’s attitude t…
 
A prominent businessman and media tycoon has been jailed for one year by Chinese authorities for organizing and taking part in the unauthorized demonstrations which swept across Hong Kong in 2019 and 2020. On Friday, Jimmy Lai, a Hong Kong billionaire and media tycoon was sentenced to one year in prison. The 73-year-old was one of nine in court on …
 
Iran has produced 60%-enriched uranium at its Natanz nuclear facility, country’s senior officials have said. The facility was hit by an “act of sabotage” that Tehran blamed on Israel just a few days ago. The news was broken by the speaker of the Iranian parliament, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, on Friday. “I am proud to announce that at 00:40 … Iranian…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has rubbished US suggestions that Beijing isn’t doing enough to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, insisting that Washington has yet to make a proper contribution to combat climate change. Speaking on Friday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that the US was not in a position to criticize Beijin…
 
Google could be forced to pay millions in compensation after an Australian court ruled in a landmark case that the company deceived users about how it collects personal data on Android mobile devices. The federal court sided with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), which sued Google in October 2019, alleging that the tech gia…
 
The Pakistani government has blocked access to social media and instant messaging platforms, after violent anti-France protests over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed left at least four policemen dead and hundreds wounded. On Friday, the Interior Ministry ordered the telecommunications authority to “completely” cut off access to Twitter, Facebook, W…
 
President Moon Jae-in has undertaken sweeping changes to his cabinet, replacing the country’s PM and other ministers. The major reshuffle follows the crushing defeat his ruling party suffered in recent local elections. At the cabinet overhaul, announced on Friday, Moon appointed veteran lawmaker and former interior minister Kim Boo-kyum as his new …
 
New Zealand is currently mulling a series of proposals aimed at eliminating smoking in the country, including a radical initiative that would prohibit the sale of tobacco to an entire generation. Under the country’s Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan, New Zealand hopes to gradually increase the legal smoking age and ultimately prohibit cigarette s…
 
Amid some concerns over the efficacy of the vaccines in use, Beijing has put more than 180 million Covid-19 shots into the arms of its citizens, in an effort to immunize the nation against the virus. In a daily update on Friday, China’s National Health Commission announced that 183.55 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine had been administered across t…
 
French lawmakers have adopted a law cracking down on sex with children and incest, following a social media firestorm touched off by allegations of incestuous abuse against a prominent intellectual earlier this year. The Assemblee Nationale voted unanimously on Thursday to set the age of consent at 15, classifying sex with children under that age –…
 
Your weekly news hit of what's going on in your neck of the woods. Sign up for the newsletter sent on the first Friday of each month: jamesmackay.com/newsletter Follow on Facebook: facebook.com/westbne Watch the video of this podcast: https://youtu.be/4rH-CbsK5bg
 
A press conference by the Turkish and Greek foreign ministers after a key meeting on Thursday quickly descended into an exchange of mutual accusations, suggesting the two states still have plenty of issues to settle. Tensions have been running particularly high between the two NATO members since last August, when Ankara sent a research vessel into …
 
Riot police and protesters have clashed in Berlin following a ruling by Germany's constitutional court that the capital's state government could not impose a controversial rent freeze due to existing federal legislation. As many as 10,000 people took to the city's streets on Thursday, local paper Berliner Zeitung reported, with many banging pan lid…
 
An act of sabotage at the Natanz nuclear facility and earlier incidents reveal Iran’s exposure to security violations, an adviser to the country’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, calling for swift system changes. “The country has been widely exposed to security violations,” Momeen Rezaei, the secretary of the Expediency Discernment Coun…
 
A Paris court has sentenced two Ivorian men and a Belarusian mercenary to life in prison over a bombing in the Ivory Coast almost a decade ago that killed nine French peacekeepers and a US aid worker. The trio were convicted of being behind a bomb attack which struck near the Ivory Coast city of Bouake on November 6, 2004. France swiftly responded …
 
The Institute of Public Health in Norway has recommended that the government stop using the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after a lengthy review of the jab. Oslo suspended its use on March 11. In a press release on Thursday, the agency said that after considering, in collaboration with external experts, the continued use of the heavily-scruti…
 
The Irish government has said it is considering whether to space out the administering of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine in order to reach more people with a first dose as the country looks to open up from tough restrictions. Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland on Thursday, the Irish deputy prime minister, Leo Varadkar, said it would make sense to space o…
 
Japan’s government has scrapped a mascot promoting the plan to dump contaminated Fukushima wastewaters into the ocean just a day after its release, after the cute character received an extremely poor reception from the public. The mascot, called ‘Little Mr. Tritium’, was withdrawn by the authorities for redesign on Wednesday. “Since the theme of ra…
 
The French parliament has passed a controversial bill on “global security” and its heavily criticized provision on penalizing the malicious dissemination of images of the police, after deputies voted in its favor. On Thursday, the National Assembly gave the government’s global security bill the green light, passing the motion with 75 votes for and …
 
Using advanced language analysis techniques, researchers in Spain have found that Twitter posts with negative sentiments are more likely to go viral than their positive counterparts, once all external factors are controlled for. Researchers from the SINAI Department of Computer Science, CEATIC and Universidad de Jaen conducted an analysis of Twitte…
 
The Danish authorities have charged three members of an Iranian separatist group for financing terrorist activity in Iran in collaboration with Saudi Arabian intelligence services. The three men could face 12 years in prison. On Thursday, Denmark’s public prosecutor Lise-Lotte Nilas said that charges had been brought against three members of the Ar…
 
The Chinese capital has been engulfed by dust, accompanied by rain and thunder, with the Beijing Meteorological Observatory predicting the weather phenomenon could continue for a few more days. Beijing residents have spoken of the deeply unpleasant mix of rain, thunder and sand which hit the capital on Thursday afternoon following a perfectly sunny…
 
Some 37 people in Denmark are requesting compensation over adverse effects they say were suffered after getting a Covid-19 jab. Most of the cases are related to AstraZeneca’s vaccine, which the country has stopped using. A total of 29 people have applied for compensation for side effects believed to be linked to the Swedish-British jab – which was …
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has called on politicians in Tokyo to use Fukushima’s wastewater for drinking, cooking, washing clothes, or irrigation in order to prove it is safe enough to be discharged into the ocean. Speaking on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian reinforced Beijing’s opposition to Tokyo’s decision to dump more…
 
India is scrambling to counter a new hybrid of coronavirus detected in the country, as medical professionals warn that the new strain could be resilient against the domestically produced Covishield vaccine. Classified as ‘B.1.617’, the “new double mutant strain” is suspected of fueling a rise in new cases of the disease in India. Dubbed the ‘India’…
 
The French embassy in Pakistan has told its citizens to temporarily leave the country amid increasing anti-French sentiment and action by a now-banned radical Islamist group over the showing of Prophet Mohammed cartoons. “Due to the serious threats to French interests in Pakistan, French nationals and French companies are recommended to temporarily…
 
Taiwan is “very willing” to work with the US and other “like-minded countries” to deter China, the island’s president has said, as she met an unofficial delegation from Washington sent as a “personal signal” by Joe Biden. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen met a delegation of former US officials, including former Senator Chris Dodd and former Deputy Sec…
 
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