Episode 12: Episode 12: Jamie Davis - The Jaded Hearts Club
This week, Ryan McConnell caught up with Jamie Davis from supergroup, The Jaded Hearts Club to discuss how the band formed, playing with Paul McCartney and the time when Jamie met Graham Coxon from Blur in a record shop and convinced him to start a record label with him...
Вокалист Джейми Девис (Jamie Davis) в программе Давида Голощекина "Среда Джаза".
В этом выпуске рассказ о Джейми Девисе (Jamie Davis), одном из величайших джазовых вокалистов США. Автор и ведущий программы - музыкант Давид Голощекин.Все эпизоды подкаста программы доступны по ссылке: https://sj.podster.fm/
Jamie Davis on Facing Hurdles in Your Writing Career
Wish I'd Known Then . . . For Writers
Episode 033 / Fantasy and science fiction author Jamie Davis joins Jami Albright and Sara Rosett this week to talk about those critical times in your author career when you face hurdles and how to get over them. The conversation also touches on tips for new podcasters, the importance of connecting with authors outside your genre, and surveying your readers to understand them better. Come over and say hi to Jami and Sara in the WIKT Facebook group! You can find show notes and links at wishidknownforwriters.com. Intro recap In this podcast episode, you’ll discover: How Jamie wrote his first book during NaNoWriMo and why he participates every year How Jamie’s background as a journalist was a benefit when it came to writing quickly, but he had to discover his own narrative voice What Jamie would do differently if he were publishing his first book now Jamie’s advice for new podcasters and why recording your first podcast is like writing your first draft Facing hurdles in your writing career The importance of connecting with authors outside of your genre How to survey your readers to help you understand your readers and what novels they like Genres discussed include fantasy, science fiction, urban fantasy, and paranormal romance. Links: Jamie Davis Jamie Davis Twitter Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) Booksweeps Bookfunnel
Interview with Jamie Davis and Sam Bradley, AOMD Episode 033
Authors of Mass Destruction
Welcome to the episode number 33 of the Authors of Mass Destruction podcast. My name is Natasha Bajema, aka WMDgirl on Twitter. I’m a fiction author, national security expert and your host for this podcast. If you’re interested in science & technology, in reading good fiction, or want to write fiction based on technology, you’re in the right place. Before we get started, a few notes:The views expressed on this podcast are my own and do not reflect the official policy or position of the National Defense University, the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government.The AOMD podcast is proud to be part of the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network. Check us out at www.authorsontheair.comIf you enjoy my podcast and want me to keep it up, I hope you’ll become a patron for only two dollars a month at Patreon at www.patreon.com – p a t r e o n / natashabajemaPersonal Update: I’m working on planning for my Kickstarter campaign for a dark comedy stage play entitledAmerican Doomsday. I’ve decided on the goal for the campaign—audio drama podcastI have two headlines for this week:The first headline is “Your Philips Hue light bulbs can still be hacked — and until recently, compromise your network” published on theverge.com on February 5.Internet of Things – Smart TVs, Alexa, Smartphones – any electronic device connected to the Internet is vulnerable to hacking or cyberattacks. Oftentimes, the firmware created for these devices are not designed with security in mind.Cyberattacks used to be solely digital – in the future, they will also be “cyberphysical”Four years ago, researchers demonstrated a cyberhack of Philips lightbulbs carried about using a drone. These light bulbs are controlled with the Philips Hue Hub which has firmware that connects to the Internet. Using the drone, a hacker gained access to a light bulb and then the hub which controls the light bulb.Guess what? That vulnerability never got fully fixed. Researchers have now figured out how to leverage vulnerabilities in these lightbulbs to gain access to your computer network. Once in control of the hub, a hacker can install malware to gain access to other internet-connected appliances in your home. If you haven’t installed a patch, then your system is still vulnerable.My second headline is “All the Invasive Ways China Is Using Drones to Address the Coronavirus” published on slate.com on February 4.You’d have to live in a cave not to know about the coronavirus, a virus that started in China and causes a severe respiratory illness. It’s spreading rapidly around the world and could end up turning into a global pandemic. This is scary stuff.Another interesting aspect, the authoritarian power of the Chinese government is on display. Not only did it quarantine tens of millions of its citizens, it is using some extreme measures to contain the disease.This article describes how China is using loudspeakers on drones to communicate with pedestrians who are not wearing masks.Sounds helpful, right?“China has been using drones, some of which are disguised as birds, on a mass scale since 2016 to track down fugitives, catch people making traffic infractions, monitor students taking college entrance exams, and surveil the Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, particularly for illegal border crossings.”The drones are coming…Let’s go to the interview.
Interview with Jamie Davis and Sam Bradley, AOMD Episode 033
Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Dr. Natasha Bajema interviews Jamie Davis and Sam Bradley about their careers as first responders and stories related to major disasters. Jamie Davis is a nurse, retired paramedic, author, and podcaster. He’s a nationally recognized medical educator. Jamie writes LitRPG, GameLit, urban, and contemporary paranormal fantasy stories. Sam Bradley is a paramedic, author, and podcaster. She was one of the federal disaster team responders to ground zero at 9-11 in NY. She’s currently a member of a federal Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) in California. Sam writes romance novels featuring paramedics and firefighters under the pen name, McKenna Sinclair.
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