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Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon dare to take on a subject that others won't touch: are comic superheroes plausible? Are some more plausible than others?
What are the chances now or in the future that we will see anyone with the powers of:
Batman / Green Arrow
The Fantastic Four
Thor / Green Lantern
Are there technologies -- current, emerging, or that we may see someday -- that would make it possible for human beings to possess and leverage the same kinds of amazing powers these fictional people do?
Tune in and explore.
Looking at the differences between many of our favorite superheroes. Who we like better DC or Marvel and are they the only choices.
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This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
Sure, Wonder Woman's going to be a part of Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Black Widow's been in several of the Marvel movies, but what about other superheroines getting their own movies? We'll talk about the 10 comic book superheroines who each deserve a movie of their own. Yes, Wonder Woman and Black Widow are on this list. When time permits, we'll have other things to talk about.
Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Tim is the Tokusatsu Master. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. MikeBoyens is our video game wizard. We'll also have appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
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Episode 1: Product Superheroes with Bob Schoenthal. Bob talks with product development, design and management superheroes in the San Francisco/Silicon Valley area.
Case Sandberg started off his development and design career by turning frequent freelancing into a full time web agency. When he moved to the Bay Area he started working for one of his longest running clients and eventually the company was acquired by Shutterfly. He is currently still with Shutterfly working as a front end engineer, as well as frequently hosting hack-a-thons and working on an innovative startup idea. @casesandberg
Host, Bob Schoenthal is an experienced product manager, tech and passionate product enthusiast. His focus is on mid-sized companies in the Hawaii real estate sector and Bay Area B2B and B2C startups and early stage companies. He's an avid tech conference and winning hackathon participant. Bob organizes Startup Product Talks Silicon Valley and is heading up the Product Camp San Francisco team. @mightybobarian
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Are you a superhero? Are you the dependable one that rushes to the rescue during a crisis? Do you often play multiple roles simultaneously? If so, this show is for you. Join us as we discuss the good, bad and ugly of those who often play this role. We'll discuss things such as how to live a more balanced life, the critical role of self care, & how to draw on your strength while avoid feeling overloaded and taken for granted. Join us for an empowering conversation!
Jennifer Flynn helps establish balance when you find life is living you. When you find that you are never enough, overwhelmed with work, coming in behind all others at home with no time for yourself, she brings the map and flashlight to get you back on track toward to destination of a joyful existence. With specific tools and resources, you will have vision, clarity and relief after just a few sessions. You can contact her for a free discovery session at jenniferflynnlifecoach.com.
Danica Trebel (danicatrebel.com) is a professional writer and Family Dynamics and Life Coach. She specializes in helping bridge the communication gap between parents and their teens, empowering each generation to live in their purpose and their authenticity.
Trina Ramsey is a career and life coach, specializing in personal transformation and career transition. With 20 years of experience in business and management, Trina's is a "people person" and a change agent. Trina started Perspectives Plus Coaching in 2009 after spending 15 years as a nonprofit fundraiser and experience running her own interior decorating business. For more on Trina visit trinaramsey.com
ReCap and additional inforamalamadingdangdong on the events of this that then now soon very busy weekend. For those who missed the previous two shows, you have no excuse, it's all archived and linkable.
Who is Desert Poets Moving Company? Their name says it all. Two artists, Megan McDonald and Frankie Commans, from the Arizona desert whose greatest desire is to move their listeners. Formed in early 2013 they have released seven singles with 6 more currently in production and signed and released their debut album this year. Everything you see and hear is their own work, from the writing/ and performing through production and marketing. DPMC’s hope is to combine their efforts with a label who will allow them to express the music inside, while still giving guidance to produce the highest art form possible: Music that Moves! To Die or Not to Die for a Green Card! The eternal comedy that is the immigration system, brought to life! The movie that ridicules the phony L.A. scene and the bitches that celebrate it! Come feel the rage! It's a real-life story; an immigration fairy-tale! When Helena needs to get her passport to take on a lucrative modeling job in Paris, she goes to her shady mobster pals to help. But will the Feds catch on? Will her lone friend, the renegade pizza-guy-rock star Auto, be able to save the day? Or will he lose his mind having to deal with the bullshit L.A. lifestyle? Thus is the premise of the 2013 Audience NIYY Award comedy/drama film, L.A. Superheroes, written, produced, co-directed and starring Yelena Popovic. Yelena’s story is not the typical one we think of when it comes to immigrants, however she faced many of the same issue that are being debated today and her film gives a different perspective on the subject. Yelena lives in Beverly Hills with her husband, Alexandros Potter and their daughter
Rob considers himself an average guy, who just happens to be able to hear, feel, sense and communicate with Earth-bound ghosts and spirits who have passed on. Because he's still developing his abilities, he considers himself a "medium rare." He’s not a medium that makes appointments, because the messages “come when they come,” but when they do, he shares them to help others in their grief.
Rob is a meteorologist by trade and uses science to explain ghosts and spirits, how they energize to communicate and the difference between them. As a teenager, he realized he had the ability to communicate with them. Rob feels that the most rewarding thing about communicating with those who passed is to share messages with their loved ones left on Earth, to provide comfort that life goes on after our time on Earth, and that our loved ones are still with us.
Rob and his partner enjoy activities with their dogs, work with dog rescues, take ghost walks in various cities and visit historic houses and sites to see who is still lingering behind. He belongs to the Inspired Ghost Tracking group. Rob enjoys exercise, a good cup of coffee, paperback mysteries, talking about ghosts and spirits, weather, superheroes and still reads and collects comic books. In fact, since he was a boy, one of his favorite superheroes has always been the ghostly avenger created in the 1940s called "The Spectre."
THAT NERD SHOW TONIGHT - LIVE @ 10PM cst: Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith and Guest Hosts Daniel Granat and Allison Costa on That Nerd Show for Superhero Week Part 1. Tonight we will be discussing the underrated superheroes and which superheroes deserve a TV show or a Movie. Also be willbe discussing which is better, DC or Marvel Comics?