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"slate studios" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"You've probably used dropbox at some point while working on a project maybe just to share and store files but did you know that dropbox is also a great tool for collaboration at work for all kinds of teams take filmmaking for instance the ultimate team sport when we see a great film we tend to give most of the credit to actors and directors but it takes a team to make it behind every film. There's an army of coordinators technicians and designers from all over the world. And they've got to stay on the same page. Is They work together? Behind the scenes this year drop boxes honoring the crews of makeup artists grips production designers and so many others who work tirelessly to make great films possible. Many of these teams choose dropbox to be. They're smart workspace because it offers a suite of collaborative tools that make it easy to keep everybody in sink. In fact for four years and counting more than sixty two percent of sundance films were developed using dropbox. You can learn more about how your team can use dropbox to bring great ideas to life at dropbox dot com slash film. This episode of Studio Three Sixty is brought to you by the relentless a new podcast from slate studios and century twenty one real estate the relentless is about successful people and the mindsets and behaviors. That drive them to achieve success. Join host and doctor of clinical psychology. Julie Gerner she talks to people like entrepreneur and author of radical candor. Kim Scott in venture capitalist arlan Hamilton about the qualities that set them apart and how they view success differently. You'll hear about what they've learned from their triumphs and how they've grown from rejection and how they're continuing to evolve listen and subscribe to the relentless today. Wherever you get your podcasts. Today on studio three sixty are super special all star Finale episode new matter anyway our last which kind of wondering how are you supposed to finish a long running show is usually sort of a world? Change someone's hired someone's fired. Somebody's moving something gets a new job. The end of an era finale. Right yes exactly. It's like this time together is ending. Dave Mandel Warren light the makers of veep and law and order and other hit TV series share their expertise of some classic finales in some even more famous show business friends of the show. Come back for a last round a fellow talk show host. I am Crestfallen that. You're not doing this anymore grammy-winning singer-songwriter you have led me. And many millions of people to lots of places we would never have gone. That's all ahead on the final studio three sixty four all time right after this. This is studio three sixty everything out. The show is but it can give me a new way of looking at electing art into context. I guess I would say serendipitous book. We sort of try to be a reverend seems unexpected. Because you're always trying to tell stories about someone else but in the end you find yourself go anywhere. Anything could happen. That's all folks. Welcome to episode one thousand eight our very last episode. This show has been on the air since two thousand almost twenty years which is hard for me to get my head around and so many memories are now flowing around.
"slate studios" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence
"Of a new podcast called how to raise apparent from slate studios and dairy pure how to raise a parent asks one simple question what can parents learn from their kids Yeah I've been talking with parents and experts about how we can take kids I view as adults and it's gotten me thinking back to my own childhood so much has changed since then but I remember feeling the same joy and curiosity that I see in my son miles today like how he loves posting about his favorite shows or pretending to be his favourite youtubers so how do you like to be creative in virtual life I used animation APP to make animations and in the reality life I draw simple as that or I just play so when I was a kid with my sisters we would write and perform parodies of our favorite television shows we also acted out local news reports we had a bowling show one of my favorite Ritz was set in a hospital so we would put aunt Alexa in the laundry basket she was a little baby we would put her in a laundry basket we'd be like okay it's an emergency gotta get the patient in the an early video camera and he would fill for hours it was like we were TV stars we loved creating the same types of things but technology has made it so much simpler for kids today it's a good reminder that it's never been easier to make your dreams a reality sharing childhood stories with my kids is one of the ways my family create special moments of pure joy in connection for more stories like these listening subscribe to how to raise a parent wherever you get your podcasts this episode of Your Prudence sponsored by modern fertility knowledge is power and when you know more you can make better decisions for your body for your health and for your future many questions bigger than having a child but for many people there Tilleke is a big question mark if you want information about your ability to get pregnant you can use modern fertility modern fertility a quick and easy hormone tasks that you could take it home whether you're thinking of trying for a baby now or you want to.
"slate studios" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"Work more productively Last week in impeachment that letter is an astonishing document Mary the White House wrote a letter saying cooperation was not an option in terms of an impeachment process that requires accommodation it is as a starting posture we're not accommodating anyone about anything suck it could giving congress the finger save the president you know the way read this letter was almost as if they were like amputating a leg sorta so basically you may hobble them but me save the patient in the end yeah pretty much thing so jeremy last week impeachment I mean do you remember last week and Richman I don't remember Tuesday Impeach Me Mary Jeremy Stall is a senior editor at slate this week he'll be impeachment guide I will try will do my best to remember Tuesday impeachment I'll say that he says the surprising thing about the last couple of days is the long line of federal employees who are ignoring last week's orders despite instructions from both the White House in that letter and from the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a previous letter to say that they would not be allowed or authorized to testify without White House counsel or or State Department Council president you know what they testified without the council president and they seem to be just fine Fiona Hill testified before lawmakers for more than nine hours yesterday Fiona Hill plan to tell lawmakers that the president's outside lawyer Rudy Giuliani sidestepped official channels to run a shadow foreign policy in Ukraine day diplomat named George Ken testifying before behind closed doors there was an official traditional diplomat track when it came to Ukraine and then there was an unofficial back channel that's right we have just gotten the prepared testimony that ambassador someone is going to be delivering under oath to the house today and Stephanie it paints a damning picture of today on the show the two witnesses you need to pay especially close attention to Fiona Hill and Gordon Sunland and with a subpoena deadline looming will the White House given or keep fighting back I'm Mary Harris you're listening to what next stick with us this episode of Wet next is sponsored by how to raise a parent podcast from dairy pure in collaboration with slate studios dairypure believes the world would be a better place if we reconnected to what's pure and innocent and ourselves and each other that's how to raise a parent is all about learning how to shift your perspective as a parent to reconnect with the imagination and openness that comes so naturally to kids join host Mallory Kasdan she talks to parents and experts about what makes kids so fearless creative and good at making friends and what we as adults can learn from them. The podcast explores the fun messy confusing and delightful aspects of being a parent through personal stories and broader insights from relevant experts. Sure listen and subscribe to how to raise a parent wherever you get your podcasts.
"slate studios" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"Is an editor at PROPUBLICA works on the trump INC podcast with WNYC and back in the summer he started noticing these stories stories in the New York Times in buzzfeed stories about Rudy Giuliani pushing to get Ukraine's help securing Donald Trump's reelection. I remember reading get on and looking at it just like my honest thing. I'll say on the one hand had this internal voice being like wait. This is a big deal because it's I think it's the the president's lawyer suborning foreign policy for political interests I think but not everybody is saying that's I I'm missing something here and like Oh look. There's another tab. There's another story I gotta go to that. Okay and you are an investigative editor. How long have you been doing bliss. I've been doing it a long time. When Eric says he's been doing this a long time. He means twenty plus years and still he'd look at these stories and think think in trump's Washington. Is this a big deal but this early reporting it was undoubtedly the first draft of the story. We all can't stop talking about now all the story of a president who seems to be enlisting a foreign government to interfere in domestic politics looking back. It's hard not to wonder what made the whistle blowers version of the story so much stickier. I think it's like some weird. Combination of this is simpler to understand. It's an accretion of things it happened at the moment also people in power which is to say political power and say Pelosi Z. and then I think people in the media and top decided it was a scandal this was the thing and then it gets elevated and then we're like Holy Shit look at the thing and at that point all the facts that we're sort of like in the air and that we were vaguely knew about in quite understand you stand you then see them in this new prism of understanding okay. This is the scandal I'm supposed to pay attention to and you. You realize oh it's all out there but like we just couldn't process it today on the show. What happens when bad behavior rob is hiding in plain sight. Eric and I are going to talk about why it feels like even journalists who had the Ukraine story missed the CREIGHTON story. I'm Mary Harris. You're listening to what next stick with us. Hey Listener one one more thing before we get the rest of the show started. Do you want to meet up sometime because next month. I am hosting a very special live show at the Bell House in Brooklyn. I'm going to be talking to slates. Slates amazing crew of female journalists about the upcoming election Virginia Heffernan is GonNa be there from trump cast. Dolly Olympic from amicus is going to be there too so Nicole Perkins from First Aid Kit and I'm also hoping that you are going to be there so mark your calendar Wednesday November twentieth at seven PM and go get your tickets go to slate dot com slash live live and I will see you there. This episode of Wet next is sponsored by how to raise a parent and new podcast from dairy pure in collaboration with slate studios dairypure belief the world would be a better place if we reconnected to what's pure and innocent and ourselves and each other. That's what how to raise. A parent is all about out learn how to shift your perspective as a parent to reconnect with the imagination and openness that comes so naturally to kids join host Mallory Kasdan as she talks to parents and experts experts about what makes kids so fearless creative and good at making friends and what we as adults can learn from them. The podcast explores the fun messy confusing using an delightful aspects of being a parent through personal stories and broader insights from relevant experts. Make sure listen subscribe to how to raise a parent wherever you get your podcasts.
"slate studios" Discussed on Lexicon Valley
"From new york city. This is lexicon conduct a podcast about language. I'm john mccain order and our topic. This time is going to be something that i've always assumed. I didn't episode assode about but apparently i haven't. It's something that i think any of you who like this podcast would like to know and probably need to know. We need to explore floor. The whole concept of dialect people often ask what is the difference between a language and a dialect and it's a very messy question question to which there really is no answer. It's one of those things nevertheless we all have certain folk conceptions of what distinguishes a language from a dialect including linguists linguists. I certainly have a sense of what a dialect is as opposed to a language despite that i know formally that the whole question is ultimately meaningless but from what we're taught the world has a whole bunch of languages and then also a whole bunch of dialects and we have a sense that there are dialects of a language but where do you draw the line what are talking about. What is the technical truth. This episode of lexicon valley is sponsored by how to raise a parent a new podcast from dairy peer collaboration with slate studios dairy pure believe that the world will be a better place if we reconnected to what's pure and innocent and ourselves and and each other that's what host mallory cast and explores in how to raise a parent throughout the series she talks to parents and experts about how our kids can teach us to shift our perspectives conquer our fears and become more open to all the exciting things the world has to offer make sure to listen and subscribe to how to raise a parent wherever you get your podcasts <music>.
"slate studios" Discussed on Slate's Working
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"Two. This episode of studio. Three sixty is brought to you by the relentless, which is a new podcast from slate studios and century twenty one real estate. The relentless is about extrordinary people and mindsets. And behaviors that drive them to achieve inspiring things. Join host and doctor of clinical psychology, Julie Gerner she talks to business leaders across industries about what sets them apart and how they view success differently. You'll hear about what they've learned from their successes and failures and how they're continuing to evolve. Listen and subscribe to the relentless today wherever you get your podcasts. This is new three sixteen. I'm courteous. I'm Josh Allen Gonzalez from studio. Three sixty. We're back with another installment of this woman's work. A series of stories from classic Elba, Sundays and studio. Three. Sixty classic album. Sundays is a program of community listening events, founded by Coline, Cosmo Murphy, where fans listened to essential albums uninterrupted on state of the art sound systems for this woman's work were highlighting classic albums by female artists women who have made a lasting impact on music and pop culture. This time lady sings the blues by jazz singer, Billie holiday. It was released in nineteen fifty six to coincide with her autobiography of the same name by this point in her career when she was just in her early forties. Holiday's voice was sounding fragile and warn the toll of a life marked by hardship and addiction. Although the more energetic sound of her earlier records is muted here, holiday still delivers wise and moving performances in this collection of emotional, jazz tunes, many of the songs here became synonymous with her unique sound and persona. Here's colleen. Billie holiday remains one of the greatest jazz, voices of all time and is still easily recognizable to music fans from all generations. She's got them. The musicians and clubs of New York City were integral to the development of jazz in the nineteen forties. Bebop was born in the Big Apple with artists like Charlie Parker bologna, smoke and Dizzy, Gillespie. The nineteen fifties saw the development of hard bop with Sonny Rollins and our Blakey the cool jazz of miles Davis and later, the free jazz of Ornette Coleman, and later John Coltrane explored in downtown, Manhattan venues, like the five spot. But vocal innovator and world-famous Billie holiday with unable to perform these notable. Jaaz clubs in the nineteen fifties as her cabaret card had been revoked due to narcotics charges. So instead, she brought jazz to the mainstream by performing it a major concert venue Carnegie Hall in nineteen fifty six. Nothing. On nothing. She wants said of her style. If I'm going to sing like someone else, then I don't need to sing at all in nineteen fifty eight Frank Sinatra told ebony magazine with few exceptions, every major pop singer in the US during her generation has been touched in some way by her genius. It is Billie holiday who was and still remains the greatest single musical influence on me. She also had a profound impact on contemporary artists, including Jose James, a singer, who is beautifully bridge, the world of jazz, and hip hop for over a decade since the release of his debut album, the dreamer. Ver- dream. Series. In two thousand fifteen chamber quarter tribute album to Billie holiday covering his favorite songs on the album yesterday. I had the blues the music of Billie holiday for the legendary blue note records. When I phoned Billie holiday, it really matched. My teenage angst in a deep way, not in a superficial way. You know, not in like, I'm a loner and against the world. But she showed me that there was a way to feel pain and to transform it into art. You don't have to know anything about our life to feel the kind of pain and tragedy that embodies her music. Holy likewise, British singer. Actress and former cabaret act. Paloma faith rates lady day as one of the most influential artists in her own upbringing on always dry bridge, and this will work out, but lately Acton, just no go. Maybe we'll Noel. Maybe we're not. We got us to relate. How Billy was a unifying force at one of my classic album. Sunday's events might mother and father is taste was always really convicting just the hell relationship, but. But. But this is the one person I listen to in both households. I would say that for me that she was the holy grail of how I wanted to be able to sing. I didn't realize as the young person so of trying to copies the econ- thing that entail sim batches happy. The show mother spray. Track to love. Nah.
"slate studios" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Hi, I'm Sarah. Every now, I know I'm not the voice you're used to hearing at the beginning of culture gab fest. But I'm here to bring you something special in episode of life affects a podcast about health from Teva pharmaceuticals and slate studios at times, the health care industry can feel aloof this season, we're focusing on what's really important the people by exploring all kinds of health conditions through the lens of the patient will give our listeners a firsthand look at what healthcare can do when it puts people. First today's episode is all about caregivers. What happens when people who step up to care for sick family members end up neglecting their own health? We'll tell the story of how today's caregivers are becoming tomorrow's patients. If you like what you hear today. You can subscribe or listen, anywhere. You get your podcasts. This paid podcast is produced by slate studios and Teva pharmaceuticals. From slate studios and Teva pharmaceuticals, this is life effects a podcast about health. I'm Sarah if your host in this season where exploring health, conditions and trends through the lens of the patient. We look at what they experienced now. And I couldn't even begin to think of how we were going to get through the next six months to a year. It was like how do I get through this next hour, and we bring experts into the conversation who can map out what the future might hold in general. I am optimistic that we're moving foward in this country. Even though we do roll back and as women have a greater and greater voice. I think we will do better today we enter the world of caregivers the relatives and friends who step up when sick family members need our attention. Most of that attention is full time. Some of it is round the clock. It's not surprising these caregivers end up neglecting their own health and needs. What happens when they also have young kids at home that they have to look after. How soon will today's caregivers become tomorrow's patients. These are questions that Kate struck knows all too. Well. Here's Kate's story. Couple of days ago, my son, and I took a John out to peak's island in. There was this cavernous concrete structure, and there were young people just walking through the tunnels. I heard this young man's voice. He started saying I feel like singing, and he started breaking into the Skoll spol-. Tune. And he was with three other young women, and they joined in and my son who's like emotion constantly stopped in his tracks. And I looked up. There was a slogan someone had painted and it said trust your struggle. We all have to go through it. And maybe we can go through it with some grace. Been a recording and performing artists for several decades. What was actually in the studio when I discovered that I was expecting a child. I was forty one. It was relationship. There wasn't a commitment there. So I was looking at single mom done from the get-go. And I started an interior house painting business it brought money in. And it was enabled me to be home. My mom just showed up online doorstep with her bags. She's unmoving in with you. And I'm going to be here until you have this baby. And she seemed really up for it felt like a good idea time. My son was his in his second year. And my mom started falling. We were living in an old house. And we were kind of on top of each other. My son was getting more mobile, and I remember friend came to visit Chihuahua yours sandwich. My mom wasn't balancing out of it. Another surgery, another recovery immobility, she had medical costs. And we we were even unsure about how much this is going to cost a started taking out cash advances from credit cards just to get through. And I couldn't even begin to think of how we were going to get through the next six months to a year. It was like how do I get through this next hour. I felt really helpless, and I could see her losing her own sense of hope.
"slate studios" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"And change the complexion of the way the the whole debate happens rather than playing in specifically to the trump voters worst desires all right we'll we'll offer that advice for nancy pelosi i'm sure she's listening but we get to our second topic i just wanna teas are flaked plus topic today jack and jamal are going to come up with some excellent food and cooking advice for me and for you to sleigh plus all kinds of things that i don't have time to figure out myself they are going to figure it out for us and i also wanted to remind our listeners that the gap fest has alive show coming up on may second at seven thirty pm in saint louis special guest jason candor at the sheldon concert hall so go to slate dot com slash live for tickets we hope to see you there the guy festive sponsored by ford in two thousand sixteen the ford girls fast track races gave girl scouts chance to race wooden cars for the first time ever now you can follow their journey on a new podcast it's called life on the fast track produced by slate studios in collaboration with ford if you listen you'll get to meet girl scouts faith bryn and erin and go through the ups and downs of designing building and racing the wooden cars that they made you can share them on as they put the steam principles of science technology engineering art and math to the test and learn a lot about themselves along the way you'll hear about these girls inspirations their quirky inventions and of course you'll be at the finish line to see how it all shakes out spoiler alert there will be power tools involved so download and subscribe to life on the fast track wherever you get your podcasts are second topic so we have this news story this week about john donald trump's first wild lawyer offering to pardon manafort and flynn it's took me reading this news which i should say the dow denied that it seems at once totally bizarre not normal and yet also i could imagine trump.
"slate studios" Discussed on Showstopper
"Again we talk about how things sometimes can just happen and it's magic it's like it's almost magic like when you have something really great and we i think we all truly believe that this was a really really special show when when things come together in a way that all of a sudden things start happening and you didn't mean them to happen but they do you're like oh how did that okay just leave that alone that will just sit right there and be perfect you know so yeah that was just that was a magical accident throughout twists and turns of the series music is the grounding element you can get lost in this show and we tried to use music to to get you lost and then also bring you back and that that really was the balance between using score for that and using songs for that as well to hear the music from this episode and more check out the official legion playlist right here only on spotify showstopper is produced by spotify studios in collaboration with slate studios with production by fan eko produces are fanny cohen morgan head special thanks to natalie tele leah campbell sharon wong and michelle siegel theme song is produced by my homie prince maestro from spotify i'm exhibitor jernigan keep listening.
"slate studios" Discussed on Showstopper
"This podcast was produced by slate studios in partnership with spotify studio today's episode of showstopper is presented by ball in the family and all new show only on facebook watch head to facebook dot com slash bald in the family to catch up and watch new episodes every sunday these stories were just so insane i mean these guys were more gnarly than any motley crue rock and roll people have ever heard of i mean they're actually like going to jail for murder and all kinds of craziness and i just love the music from spotify studios this is show stopper the podcast that takes you inside the playlist of your favorite tv shows and films i'm your host executor jernigan head of shows in editor oriel for north america's spotify today we're talking about tales from the tour bus but the show's creator mike judge he's the guy who gave us beavis and butthead king of the hill in silicon valley tales from the tour buses in animated documentary series on cinemax that recounts country music's most outrageous backstage stories each episode digs into one of outlaw country's most infamous from johnny paycheck and waylon jennings to george jones and tammy wynette as they criss crossed america their lives on and offstage enter twine sometimes they wrote songs together other times they tried to kill each other is the bandmates why's and roadies who who live to tell their tales from the row yeah people really opened up to us because it's a cartoon they.
"slate studios" Discussed on Showstopper
"Bean like flawed the von thank you so much for joining us i really appreciate you thank you so as ex raphael thank you so much for calmly thank you guys care thank you so much man you allege in in your all right your legend in make a man thank you so much for taking his time to bring us into the world of insecure and he put these songs together man thank you please thanks for listening to show stopper check got the official insecure playlist bright here only on spotify show stoppers produced by spotify studios in collaboration with slate studios with production by sandy kozel our produces are fanny call one in morgan hacked special thanks to natalie tela leah campbell sharon wong embassy l siegel our theme song is produced by my whole me rents maestro from spotify i'm eggs of your journey keep listening today's episode of showstopper is presented by the army national guard discover how you can make a difference serving part time in the army national guard by visiting goal army dot com slash army guard and discover more episodes of showstopper only on spotify.
"slate studios" Discussed on Showstopper
"This paid podcast was produced by slate studios in partnership with spotify studio today's episode of showstopper is presented by ball in the family and all do show only on facebook watch heads of facebookcom ball in the family to catch up and watch new episodes every sunday the one of the songs of everett in my tire life and you know i got collaborate with a great friend as well to make it happen and as i always say like you know it's only on the show like this is us we're in indian guy from jersey could end up writing from spotify studio this is showstopper the podcast that takes you inside the playlist of your favorite tv shows and films i'm your host eggs of your journey head of shows an editorial for north america's spotify today we're talking about the music of this is us with composer said dortha khosla siddhartha has my full name that's kind of what appears unlike the credits that people call me sit on time in usac supervisor jennifer pikine and i oversee all the songs that are licensed and songs that a recorded for the show now in its second season on nbc it's the number one drama on network television the series follows the pearson family across three generations when the 1970s to the present day and it all plays out and at times structure that's not totally linear through flashbacks and flash forwards we get to see every characters life on ford and i think they shall assess special it's come at a time in a lot of things are going on in this world and a lot of like dark things are going on and the show as just kind of negative light but it actually is family oriented and the first step is so we meet jack and rebecca as she's about to give birth to triplets tragically one of the babies dies but after a series.
"slate studios" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"The tipple except vest is brought to you by life on the fast track a brand new podcast from slate studios in collaboration with ford sheron on three girl scouts as they design build and race their own wooden cars in the ford girls fast track races you'll meet their families unpacked some power tools and hear what happens when girls are empowered to put steam principles to the test gun load and subscribe to life on the fast track wherever you get your podcasts the following podcast contains explicit language welcome to the double excaptives for thursday february twenty second the will porn be banned in the may tricky i'm had arisen host of npr's if it's bill ya new york studios we have june thomas managing producer sleep podcasts hydrogen hey home akinori malone of near magazine high norian i hannah before we get started today i just want to thank you for all your skin care tips and suggestions there were people listeners throwing out like tips for june because she's not into skin care and just like sisterly padding naureen on the back like you don't have to wash your face he's totally good it was amazing and then we had one listener who was like this is the most boring sex it's that i've ever heard but most of you really into skin care so thank you for sharing didn't you guys appreciates getting little tips in your inbox every day from our listeners i did and i also didn't might be next either because they think okay yeah he treats his main was kenya exam.
"slate studios" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"The duplex confessed is brought to you by life on the fast track a brand new podcast from slate studios in collaboration with ford cheer on three girl scouts as they design build and race their own wooden cars in the ford girls fast track races you'll meet their families unpacked some power tools and hear what happens when girls are empowered to put steam principles to the test download and subscribe to life on the fast track wherever you get your podcasts the following podcast contains explicit language welcome to the double x fast for thursday february eighth edition on arisen his ben paris failure in the near studios we have g thomas manager for the serbs sleep podcasts hi jim avon of and marine loan of new york magazine hina rain i hannah so before we get going i have three things to tell you and i'll tell them to quickly one is that we recording in a slightly different way because my kid is sick so i recording from home and because i have you know diy radio skills i am recording myself so might sound a little bit different but will go back to the regular way next time second we need a new intern are awesome an amazing daniels trader it's time to let him loose and fly free in his life and do bigger and wonderful things but daniel can you tell us what is required of a double acts in turn jump in from an yes sure things so the normal things are judged you collect um.
"slate studios" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"The clark howard podcast is brought to you by life on the fast track a brand new podcast from slate studios in collaboration with four huron three girl scouts as they design build and raced thrown wooden cars in the four girls fast track races you'll meet their families unpacked some power tools and hear what happens when girls were power to quit steam principles to the test downloaded subscribe to life on the fast track wherever you get your podcasts bearing it's great to have you here on the clark howard show words about your empowerment with knowledge so that you can take more control of that wallet of yours ultimately i hope you learn ways to keep more of what you've made clark dot coms our main website you can follow me facebookcom clark howard remember what i said in power you would knowledge that's what this is about and there are times when you'll hear me answer a question or talk about something in the news or give an opinion the you feel i miss the mark that i came up short that i fail to serve and i need to know that i don't want you just to go way angry i want you to help me improve and that's why we have clark stinks on clark dot com it's where you can post to correct something factually or to disagree with an opinion of mine and others can see it others can comment on it and our producer christa goes through your posts weekly.
"slate studios" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"The duplex confessed is brought to you by life on the fast track a brand new podcast from slate studios in collaboration with ford cheer on three girl scouts as they design build and raced their own wooden cars in the ford girls fast track races you'll meet their families unpacked some power tools and hear what happens when girls are empowered to put steam principles to the test download and subscribe to life on the fast track wherever you get your podcasts the following podcast contains explicit language welcome to the double excamp vest for thursday january 25th the babe dot net versus disease i'm sorry addition i'm han arisen host of in pearson his bill yeah and in the near studios we have jeanthomas thomas managing producer of sleep podcasts hydrogen hey kiana an naureen loan of new york magazine high norian i hannah high so before we get started i just wanna say we are not ending the show is not servings the apocalypse has not come to the double skept as it was this very confusing thing where we were saying goodbye to the double ex slate section um and had this whole discussion but a couple of you loyal listeners wrote to say no don't end ending even though it was kind of a failure of communication on our part to not make it clear that we weren't any i still enjoyed getting the emails and the tweets because it did make me feel wanted that i was going to buy like a three people well flush.
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