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  • 01:27

    #14 The Rabbit Hole Podcast, African Liberation Day - Akubundu Amazu

    in Entertainment

    Akubundu has been an adjunct professor at San Jose State University for the past seven years in the African-American Studies Department. He has taught classes on The African/Black Family, Economic Issues in the African-American Community, MLK and the Civil Rights Movement, Urban Policy and Inner City Residents, and more. Additionally, he has been a guest speaker on numerous university campuses throughout California. 

  • 00:12

    Rabbit Hole Mysteries

    in Spirituality

    What is the universe revealing to us? How do we understand our place in the universe? What or Who Is God? Is Quantum Physics eliminating our need for God? These are some of the questions we will explore in the Rabbit Hole Spiritual Mastery Series. This episode introduces some of these questions and answers from Dr. Darnise Martin, America's Life Coach.

  • 01:32

    #8 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, Dynamic Women in Hollywood

    in Entertainment

    #8 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, Dynamic Women in Hollywood - We are interviewed Heidi McGowen, she is a Production Manager on one of the most successful comedy's on network television today, Black-ish.  Listen in and hear about her prospective of what it takes to be successful in as a Production Manager.

  • 01:00

    #4 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, Innovations in Internet Networking

    in Business

    Internet Technologies


    The guest of the Rabbit Hole Podcast was Tim R. a Product Developement Engineer for a Telecommunication company. He had great insight into leveled networked technologies and the future or virtual networks. Listen in to hear what he had to say.
     

  • 01:41

    Building Modern Matriarchies - Yeshe Matthews

    in Spirituality

    Oracle, ritualist, initiator, Yeshe Mathews, author of The Way of the Rabbit, Priestess in the Oakland Temple of Aphrodite and host of Tea and Chanting Sangha will discuss Building Modern Matriarchies.  We'll hear Yeshe's ideas on why a matriarchy is better than a patriarchal system of community, how one can go about building a matriarchy, how men and gender fluid individuals can participate in matriarchy and she'll tell us why matriarchy isn't just patriarchy in the reverse.  Yeshe will tell us what it means for Goddess devotees to live in matriarchal communities and  the challenges that arise.

  • 01:26

    Down the Rabbit Hole

    in Current Events

    In this episode we talk about the combining of Politics and Religion. From the history of the Revolutionary War to today.


    What is really happening to our state, to our country and to our world? Will there be an economic collapse? Will our educational system continue to dumb down our children?  Will America become George Orwell’s “1984?”


    Are you ready to look behind the curtain, to know the truth, to pierce the veil? Then prepare to go “Down the Rabbit Hole” with Ed and Bill. Politics, Economics, Religion, Culture and History will be just some of the topics to be explored as we peel back the layers to find the answers to all we seek.


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  • 01:03

    #1 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, Women in Cloud Computing

    in Education

    Greeting,


    Special Guest Leah McGowen Hare, is a Master Technical Instructor at Saleforce.com. In the Podcast we discussed education, careers in technology, and the futue of the cloud computig.  Enjoy and let me know what you think. All feedback is welcome. Contact me if you are interested in being a guest on The Rabbit Hole Podcast!


    Peace,


    Shane

  • 01:24

    #12 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, Boxing Shape with Paul Vasquez

    in Entertainment

    Paul Vasquez is a Professional light heavyweight Boxer and we'll be talking to him about his career as a Professional Boxer. What's unique about Paul and his career in boxing is that whenever he fights he donates 100 percent of his fight purse to the local Childrens Hospital of the city he competes in.  Paul is a gracious professional athlete with a heart of a lion.  Listen to this wonderful interview and learn more about Paul.


    You can also support your local children hospital by going to the link below:


    Go to the Childrens Miracle Network Hospital and donate today! https://donations.childrensmiraclenetworkhospitals.org/

  • 00:53

    Session #1 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, Women in Technology

    in Education

    Special Guest Leah McGowen Hare, is a Master Technical Instructor at Saleforce.com. In the Podcast we discussed education, careers in technology, and the futue of the cloud computig.  Enjoy and let me know what you think. All feedback is welcome. Contact me if you are interested in being a guest on The Rabbit Hole Podcast!


    Peace,


    Shane

  • 01:16

    Down the Rabbit Hole

    in Current Events

    What is really happening to our state, to our country and to our world? Will there be an economic collapse? Will our educational system continue to dumb down our children?  Will America become George Orwell’s “1984?”


    Are you ready to look behind the curtain, to know the truth, to pierce the veil? Then prepare to go “Down the Rabbit Hole” with Ed and Bill. Politics, Economics, Religion, Culture and History will be just some of the topics to be explored as we peel back the layers to find the answers to all we seek.


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  • 01:31

    #11 - Rabbit Hole Podcast, Future Thought with Dr. Brooks

    in Education

    Lonny J Avi Brooks is an Assistant professor in the Communication Department at California State University, East Bay. His current manuscript is Playing@Foresight: Communicating the Future of Digital Culture (in review at MIT Press). His research of long term thinking of  is part of a larger study of how organizations (especially forecasting think tanks), interaction designers, and college youth envision the future of media and information technologies. This research brings together his interests in the social and cultural impacts of new media and the distribution of societal stories we invent to forward, mitigate, or restrain technological and scientific invention. He looks at futurist think tanks worldwide to investigate the metaphors employed in future scenarios of computing as they interact with historical, sociocultural memories, and present-day realities.  As part of his research on emergent trends in social computing and user experience research, he investigates how long term thinking can be implemented in higher education. Professor Brooks is a member of the research group, Gaming as a Lens for Learning project to investigate gaming as a platform for understanding how gaming can provide students with immersive experiences in learning about media theory and practice. Professor Brooks received his PhD in Communication at UC San Diego and an MA in Library and Information Science at UCLA. He is currently Chair of the Communication And The Future (CATF) division of the National Communication Association.