by Giulio Carrozzi
Allways listen to your shoe..you challenge our thinking..cheers Giulio Carrozzi ..would love a stubby holder & bottle opener 16 Iandra St Concord West
by Mada Maday
That's a great channel! You should check The Art of Charm Podcast! There's an episode with the Mind Pump guys.Thanks
'Informative and also entertaining '
by William Murphy
This podcast appeared in a Google search for a favorite author.
In podcast #18, Sex with Alpacas, about 40 minutes into the chapter, I heard a very detailed description of the Amazon self-publish marketplace, both its standards and financial dynamics.
This has not been available in any other easily accessible publication. I especially enjoyed thei description of the brutal and often arbitrary Amazon editing process.
Also interesting was the maturity and perspicacity necessary for the authors to adapt to the literary tastes and vagaries.
Kudos and honor due to Chris Sowa for his entertaining professionalism.
Both serendipity and Google led me here, and I liked the trip.
Please keep it up.
'Great Meditations for Daily Life'
by Rena Dubow
I have been listening to Chel Hamilton's besutiful, relaxing meditations for several weeks and they are the best I have found. They have helped me so much with my anxiety and stress. I now make it a point to make them part of my day and look forward to experiencing them.
'Logical and informative'
by Chris Kuhle
Dr Robbins is a real life research astronomer. When he hears the rubbish that some folks come out with online, on late night radio etc. whether its flat earthism, young earth or Planet X he doesn't just get mad, he gets even.
Robbins takes apart the ideas of the lunatics with the same forensic indefatigableness he devotes to his his research work including recording 100s if not 1000s of hours listening and documenting to the kookiness that is late night/early morning talk back radio so you don't have to.
His presentation style is pleasant and meticulous. He takes complex ideas and explains them in a way that even some like myself, who spent high school physics lessons colouring in the line drawings in the text book, can understand.