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Episode #33: Joyee Lin – The Secret to Colleges Admissions, the Current Education System, and More!

Joyee Lin (@ThinquePrep) is a former college application reader and a current College Counselor for Northwestern University. Lin is the founder of Thinque Prep, providing students with admissions counseling, academic tutoring, and college exam prep. He has achieved perfect scored on both the SAT and ACT entrance exams. Joyee hosts a 5 day college admissions workshop each year with the goal of helping students refine their applications alongside college representatives.

 

Episode 32: Dr. Molly Countermine – Being Human…”It’s Not Rocket Science, but It’s Not Always Easy” Part 3

Dr. Molly Susan Countermine (@mollycount) is an Associate Teaching Professor in the department of Human Development and Family Studies and Penn State University, as well as a local musician. She is the author of the upcoming textbook, parenting book, memoir, and self help book, “Being Human”, which releases this December.

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 31: Dr. Molly Countermine – Being Human…”It’s Not Rocket Science, but It’s Not Always Easy” Part 2

Dr. Molly Susan Countermine (@mollycount) is an Associate Teaching Professor in the department of Human Development and Family Studies and Penn State University, as well as a local musician. She is the author of the upcoming textbook, parenting book, memoir, and self help book, “Being Human”, which releases this December.

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 30: Dr. Molly Countermine – Being Human…”It’s Not Rocket Science, but It’s Not Always Easy” Part 1

Dr. Molly Susan Countermine (@mollycount) is an Associate Teaching Professor in the department of Human Development and Family Studies and Penn State University, as well as a local musician. She is the author of the upcoming textbook, parenting book, memoir, and self help book, “Being Human”, which releases this December.

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 29: Phil Rosenberg – Behind the Scenes of the Entertainment Industry, Podcasting, and the Future of Media

Phil Rosenberg (@thephilberg) is a Producer, Writer, Podcaster, and Consultant working in the entertainment industry. Mostly working on live events, awards shows, and specials, he aims to create content that is inspiring, engaging, and most of all entertaining. He is currently Associate Producing The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. Past Credits Include: The Disney Family Singalong, Little Mermaid Live!, #GraduateTogether, and Katy Perry Live: Witness World Wide.

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 28: Eduardo Longoria: Exploring The Power of Biomanufacturing, and Entrepreneurship in Latin America

Eduardo Longoria (@Portunus17) is the Co-Founder of Portunus Biotechnologies. He graduated from UT Austin Eduardo and has taken part in the building of a non-profit laboratory; Prophase Biostudios.

Having an interest in Biomaterials, Eduardo conducted the research that led to the first product of Portunus Biotechnologies; Chitosan for green crop protection. Eduardo continues to research biomaterials as part of his master’s degree at the Federal University of Parana (UFPR). Part of this research is the development of a chitosan hydrogel mask that acts as a detection tool for COVID19.

Now with Portunus Biotechnologies securely installed in the Toledo Biopark; Eduardo and his partners are endeavoring to bring their Chitosan to market and continue developing novel and green solutions to agricultural problems.

 

Enjoy the episode!

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Related Links:

www.Portunus.io

www.Portunus.io/blog/

Contact Emails:

eduardolongoria@portunus.io

isiseich@portunus.io

fabianhernandez@portunus.io

Twitter:

@portunus17

@ieich_

Instagram:

@faalher1116

@ieich

 

 

Episode 27: Moritz Bierling – Exploring Human Agency, the Second Brain, and Holochain

Moritz Bierling (@bierlingm) is an independent researcher, writer, programmer, and open source operative exploring human agency, the second brain, the extended man, and indexing strategies in networked systems. As the owner and principal of Existential Ventures, he helped visionary founders catalyze their projects through strategy, storytelling, and technology, and primarily worked with Holo and Holochain, two sister projects that aim to deliver on the promises the blockchain technology promised but cannot keep.

In his work with learning and problem solving community Exosphere, he has organized a number of educational programs, authored a Primer on the emerging discipline of Alternate Reality Design, and now advises the organization as Senior Strategist. His work has appeared in a plethora of on and offline media outlets such as CoinTelegraph, The Freeman’s Perspective, Bitcoin.com and the School Sucks Project. Having dropped out of university twice by age 21, his path has taken him from the most abstract heights of philosophy to the pragmatic truths of an action-oriented life, the bridge between — and integration of — these two extremes being the focus of his current research and communication efforts. In his most recent work, he researched and presented on the use of memes in the formation of culture and the political struggle.

On this episode of the All Things Interesting Podcast, Moritz Bierling joins the show to share his unique journey that led him on the path to empowering others and helping companies achieve their goals. We deep dive into the depths of the human mind, exploring ideas such as the second brain, extended man, blockchain, human agency, building value through community building, harnessing the power of information, plus a lot more!

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 26: Kim Aava – On 3D Design and Increasing Diversity in the Game Development Industry

Kim Aava (@Kimaava) is a lead 3D artist and the  founder of Gamedevforce which is focused on increasing diversity in the game development industry. She currently working for DICE in Stockholm Sweden and has been in the industry since 2014. Kim has worked on games including Horizon: Zero Dawn, Battlefield 5, and the Solus Project among others.

She studied at Uppsala University, getting her Bachelor’s degree in game design, and received a higher vocational education in game art at Futuregames. While studying at Futuregames she had a remote internship for Teotl Studios, working closely with Hourences at The Solus Project, a survival and exploration experience with VR-support.t

She has returned multiple times to Futuregames and Uppsala University as either a guest lecturer, course teacher or jury. After her work at Guerrilla Games she took some time off, traveling in Asia to later return to Sweden to freelance for Really Interactive AB on on the VR game/demo Toran. Kim continued my adventure of exploring VR development at Fast Travel Games, releasing the VR game Apex Construct for Playstation 4, Oculus Rift and Vive.

Episode 25: Melissa Brennan – On the Climate of the News Industry, Broadcast Journalism, and How We Consume Media Today

Melissa Brennan (@melissabbbrennan) is the Weekday Morning Anchor and Digital Trends Analyst at WLNS-TV 6 in Lansing, Michigan. Melissa graduated from the Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication where she received a bachelors degree in Broadcast Journalism. She then attended the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California where she received a masters in Business, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

She is passionate about the news media industry and how consumption of the news is changing with new technology and social media.

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Facebook

Melissabrennan.com

Twitter

 

 

Episode 24: Vermin Supreme – He’s Running For President With a Boot on His Head. Are you in on the Joke?

“The mission of this campaign is to spread a loud and unapologetic message of free thought, clean smiles, and ponies. Through satire and humor, I present real issues with fantastical context, in-depth analysis, and a dose of much-needed humor in the political sphere. With thought provoking activism, I stand against the tyrannical duopoly, the violent police state, and all forms of overreaching government.” Vermin Supreme

Vermin Supreme (@VerminSupreme) is a performance artist and activist who is currently running as a presidential candidate for the 2020 presidential election. He has run as a candidate in various local, state, and national elections in the United States, including the 2012 presidential election. A signature of his, Vermin is well known for carrying a large toothbrush and wearing a boot as a hat. His platform, although satirical in nature, includes time travel research, a free pony for everyone, zombie apocalypse awareness, and a law requiring people to brush their teeth.

The 2012 documentary, Who is Vermin Supreme? An Outsider Odyssey follows his 2012 presidential campaign run along with his life as a an activist and political satirist.

Episode #33: Joyee Lin – The Secret to Colleges Admissions, the Current Education System, and More!

Joyee Lin (@ThinquePrep) is a former college application reader and a current College Counselor for Northwestern University. Lin is the founder of Thinque Prep, providing students with admissions counseling, academic tutoring, and college exam prep. He has achieved perfect scored on both the SAT and ACT entrance exams. Joyee hosts a 5 day college admissions workshop each year with the goal of helping students refine their applications alongside college representatives.

 

Episode 32: Dr. Molly Countermine – Being Human…”It’s Not Rocket Science, but It’s Not Always Easy” Part 3

Dr. Molly Susan Countermine (@mollycount) is an Associate Teaching Professor in the department of Human Development and Family Studies and Penn State University, as well as a local musician. She is the author of the upcoming textbook, parenting book, memoir, and self help book, “Being Human”, which releases this December.

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 31: Dr. Molly Countermine – Being Human…”It’s Not Rocket Science, but It’s Not Always Easy” Part 2

Dr. Molly Susan Countermine (@mollycount) is an Associate Teaching Professor in the department of Human Development and Family Studies and Penn State University, as well as a local musician. She is the author of the upcoming textbook, parenting book, memoir, and self help book, “Being Human”, which releases this December.

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 30: Dr. Molly Countermine – Being Human…”It’s Not Rocket Science, but It’s Not Always Easy” Part 1

Dr. Molly Susan Countermine (@mollycount) is an Associate Teaching Professor in the department of Human Development and Family Studies and Penn State University, as well as a local musician. She is the author of the upcoming textbook, parenting book, memoir, and self help book, “Being Human”, which releases this December.

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 29: Phil Rosenberg – Behind the Scenes of the Entertainment Industry, Podcasting, and the Future of Media

Phil Rosenberg (@thephilberg) is a Producer, Writer, Podcaster, and Consultant working in the entertainment industry. Mostly working on live events, awards shows, and specials, he aims to create content that is inspiring, engaging, and most of all entertaining. He is currently Associate Producing The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. Past Credits Include: The Disney Family Singalong, Little Mermaid Live!, #GraduateTogether, and Katy Perry Live: Witness World Wide.

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 28: Eduardo Longoria: Exploring The Power of Biomanufacturing, and Entrepreneurship in Latin America

Eduardo Longoria (@Portunus17) is the Co-Founder of Portunus Biotechnologies. He graduated from UT Austin Eduardo and has taken part in the building of a non-profit laboratory; Prophase Biostudios.

Having an interest in Biomaterials, Eduardo conducted the research that led to the first product of Portunus Biotechnologies; Chitosan for green crop protection. Eduardo continues to research biomaterials as part of his master’s degree at the Federal University of Parana (UFPR). Part of this research is the development of a chitosan hydrogel mask that acts as a detection tool for COVID19.

Now with Portunus Biotechnologies securely installed in the Toledo Biopark; Eduardo and his partners are endeavoring to bring their Chitosan to market and continue developing novel and green solutions to agricultural problems.

 

Enjoy the episode!

Return To Podcasts

Related Links:

www.Portunus.io

www.Portunus.io/blog/

Contact Emails:

eduardolongoria@portunus.io

isiseich@portunus.io

fabianhernandez@portunus.io

Twitter:

@portunus17

@ieich_

Instagram:

@faalher1116

@ieich

 

 

Episode 27: Moritz Bierling – Exploring Human Agency, the Second Brain, and Holochain

Moritz Bierling (@bierlingm) is an independent researcher, writer, programmer, and open source operative exploring human agency, the second brain, the extended man, and indexing strategies in networked systems. As the owner and principal of Existential Ventures, he helped visionary founders catalyze their projects through strategy, storytelling, and technology, and primarily worked with Holo and Holochain, two sister projects that aim to deliver on the promises the blockchain technology promised but cannot keep.

In his work with learning and problem solving community Exosphere, he has organized a number of educational programs, authored a Primer on the emerging discipline of Alternate Reality Design, and now advises the organization as Senior Strategist. His work has appeared in a plethora of on and offline media outlets such as CoinTelegraph, The Freeman’s Perspective, Bitcoin.com and the School Sucks Project. Having dropped out of university twice by age 21, his path has taken him from the most abstract heights of philosophy to the pragmatic truths of an action-oriented life, the bridge between — and integration of — these two extremes being the focus of his current research and communication efforts. In his most recent work, he researched and presented on the use of memes in the formation of culture and the political struggle.

On this episode of the All Things Interesting Podcast, Moritz Bierling joins the show to share his unique journey that led him on the path to empowering others and helping companies achieve their goals. We deep dive into the depths of the human mind, exploring ideas such as the second brain, extended man, blockchain, human agency, building value through community building, harnessing the power of information, plus a lot more!

Give it a listen at any of the platforms linked here: https://linktr.ee/allthingsinteresting

Enjoy the episode!

Episode 26: Kim Aava – On 3D Design and Increasing Diversity in the Game Development Industry

Kim Aava (@Kimaava) is a lead 3D artist and the  founder of Gamedevforce which is focused on increasing diversity in the game development industry. She currently working for DICE in Stockholm Sweden and has been in the industry since 2014. Kim has worked on games including Horizon: Zero Dawn, Battlefield 5, and the Solus Project among others.

She studied at Uppsala University, getting her Bachelor’s degree in game design, and received a higher vocational education in game art at Futuregames. While studying at Futuregames she had a remote internship for Teotl Studios, working closely with Hourences at The Solus Project, a survival and exploration experience with VR-support.t

She has returned multiple times to Futuregames and Uppsala University as either a guest lecturer, course teacher or jury. After her work at Guerrilla Games she took some time off, traveling in Asia to later return to Sweden to freelance for Really Interactive AB on on the VR game/demo Toran. Kim continued my adventure of exploring VR development at Fast Travel Games, releasing the VR game Apex Construct for Playstation 4, Oculus Rift and Vive.

Episode 25: Melissa Brennan – On the Climate of the News Industry, Broadcast Journalism, and How We Consume Media Today

Melissa Brennan (@melissabbbrennan) is the Weekday Morning Anchor and Digital Trends Analyst at WLNS-TV 6 in Lansing, Michigan. Melissa graduated from the Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication where she received a bachelors degree in Broadcast Journalism. She then attended the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California where she received a masters in Business, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

She is passionate about the news media industry and how consumption of the news is changing with new technology and social media.

Enjoy the episode!

Return To Podcasts

Related Links:

Social Media:

Facebook

Melissabrennan.com

Twitter

 

 

Episode 24: Vermin Supreme – He’s Running For President With a Boot on His Head. Are you in on the Joke?

“The mission of this campaign is to spread a loud and unapologetic message of free thought, clean smiles, and ponies. Through satire and humor, I present real issues with fantastical context, in-depth analysis, and a dose of much-needed humor in the political sphere. With thought provoking activism, I stand against the tyrannical duopoly, the violent police state, and all forms of overreaching government.” Vermin Supreme

Vermin Supreme (@VerminSupreme) is a performance artist and activist who is currently running as a presidential candidate for the 2020 presidential election. He has run as a candidate in various local, state, and national elections in the United States, including the 2012 presidential election. A signature of his, Vermin is well known for carrying a large toothbrush and wearing a boot as a hat. His platform, although satirical in nature, includes time travel research, a free pony for everyone, zombie apocalypse awareness, and a law requiring people to brush their teeth.

The 2012 documentary, Who is Vermin Supreme? An Outsider Odyssey follows his 2012 presidential campaign run along with his life as a an activist and political satirist.

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