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Laura McLean, Suvani Suri, Thomas Smith, Aasma Tulika and Shareeka Helaluddin: Capture All

Liquid Architecture

How can sound and listening be mobilised for understanding questions of power, capture, and extraction under networked capitalism and data colonialism?Capture All is a multiyear collaboration between Liquid Architecture and Sarai, featuring artists, scholars, and writers based in India and Australia contributing to a series of critical intensives and dialogues, public programs and publications.Capture All curator Laura McLean and artists, Suvani Suri, Thomas Smith, Aasma Tulika, and Shareeka Helaluddin talk through the works developed through Capture All in relation to cross-cultural exchange, scale, and technologies as well as reflecting on the shared experience and learnings that took place.This project is contextualised by Sarai’s pioneering work on media and information, urbanism, infrastructure, media archaeology, data and law, the commons, and the public domain in South Asia, and in Liquid Architecture’s ongoing research projects, including ‘Machine Listening’, a constantly evolving platform investigating the effects of algorithmic, machinic, networked and technologised listening on our social and political lives.Led by research curators Laura McLean (Liquid Architecture) and Mehak Sawhney (Sarai), Capture All considers Australia and India’s complex relationships to coloniality and extraction across physical and digital spaces. A Capture All digital collection has been published in Liquid Architecture’s online journal Disclaimer featuring works from Tom Smith, Shareeka Helaluddin, Uzma Falak, Aasma Tulika, and Suvani Suri. https://disclaimer.org.au/contents/capture-allProduced by Mara Schwerdtfeger. Financial support from patrons at any level has a resounding impact on our work. You can support Liquid Architecture’s weekly podcast and our online journal Disclaimer, for new thinking and writing on listening and sound through a Patreon subscription, for as little as $5 a month. https://www.patreon.com/liquidarchitectureFor the past 20 years, Liquid Architecture has been Australia’s leading organisation for artists working with sound and listening. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.https://liquidarchitecture.org.au/


29 Aug 2022

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Brian Thomas Smith Interview!

Traversing The Stars

Check out this fantastic interview with Brian Thomas Smith! You know him as Zack on the Big Bang Theory. He now plays Freddy on The United States of Al. We discuss all things Chuck Lorre and sitcoms. This is a must-watch episode!


9 May 2022

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No. 023 — Thomas Smith


Hey, friends, welcome back to the show. In today’s episode I talk with Thomas Smith about all sorts of good things. From what gets you into your “natural state,” to how to talk to people you don’t know, owning faults and spontaneous songwriting, we cover a lot of ground. Enjoy the conversation, and have one of your own this week!For photos and more info visit my website: joeltimothy.coOriginal URL: joeltimothy.co/uncommon/023Music created and provided by Maarten SchellekensIntro: Sunday Morning (Mallet Play with Violin and Piano)Outro: Mallet Play

25 Apr 2022

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Ep. 420 - Interview with Thomas Smith, host of "Serious Inquiries Only" and "Opening Arguments"

Friendly Atheist Podcast

In this solo episode (Jessica will be back next week), Hemant interviewed Thomas Smith, host of multiple podcasts that discuss science, atheism, philosophy, and the law. They include "Serious Inquiries Only," a show that goes in-depth on topics concerned science and skepticism, "Opening Arguments," with co-host Andrew Torrez, which takes complex legal issues in the news and breaks them down in an accessible and entertaining way, and "Philosophers in Space," which uncovers and explains the philosophy behind your favorite works of sci-fi. We spoke about the right-ward shift of big-name atheists, why so many skeptics seem to be pushing conservatives arguments, and what the best strategies are to counter that misinformation.  Because we spoke about so many different issues, timestamps were a bit tough to mark, but I hope you find this conversation as worthwhile as I did. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 23mins

1 Apr 2022

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Episode 235: Thomas Smith Interview

Slasher Scotty

Scotty is back with another episode of Slasher Scotty and his guest is Thomas Smith, the director of Valentine Bluffs.  Thomas discusses with Scotty how he learned SFX under the tutelage of Tom Savini, how this film will be different than the cult classic, My Bloody Valentine, some hiccups that happened during production, and much, much more.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherscotty/support


10 Feb 2022

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Exclusive - Thomas Smith and JT from Cold Front Report

Breaking Tables | A Buffalo Bills Podcast

We're joined with JR from the Cold Front Report and Former Buffalo Bills, Thomas Smith (1993 1st Round Draft Pick). We talk Christian Wade, Bills, Fights, Stories, and much much more with a humorous twist! Buckle up and lube your earholes, because we about to BREAK TABLES!


12 Jun 2021

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'Papal Calls to Crusade: Mobilising Support for the Crusader Cause in the Middle Ages' with Dr Thomas Smith

The War & Diplomacy Podcast: From the Centre for War and Diplomacy at Lancaster University

Papal calls to crusade were some of the most influential texts in the medieval West: key messages, crafted at the papal court, that were disseminated and preached across Christendom to mobilise men and women of every level of society to take up the crusading cause. These calls were a dynamic element of a crusading society, in which all Christians were responsible for the fate of the Holy Land and could support the crusading movement by bearing arms or offering prayers. How were these calls crafted? How were they interpreted, reshaped and shared by the people of Christendom? In this episode, Dr Sophie Ambler, Deputy Director of the Centre for War and Diplomacy, talks to Dr Thomas Smith about his work investigating papal calls to crusade – both their production and their later life, once they were released ‘into the wild’. Dr Smith is an expert in ecclesiastical and crusading history in the central Middle Ages. After completing his doctorate at Royal Holloway, he was Scouloudi Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research and then Leverhulme Study Abroad Fellow at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. After two years at Trinity College, Dublin, he was Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Leeds, before joining the History Department at Rugby School in 2019. His early work explored papal policy and financing in relation to the crusading movement, in a number of articles and his first book: Curia and Crusade: Pope Honorius III and the Recovery of the Holy Land, 1216-1227, published with Breopls in 2017. He has since undertaken important work in the forensic investigation of various documents related to the crusades, from papal bulls, to letters and chronicles, published across a host of articles in journals such as Historical Research, Viator, Crusades, and the Journal of Ecclesiastical History. He is currently completing his second monograph, on the Letters of the First Crusade, forthcoming with Boydell and Brewer, as well as working with Dr Susan Edgington on a new edition of a neglected chronicle of the First Crusade, traditionally attributed to Bartolf of Nangis. Select works by Thomas Smith: Curia and Crusade: Pope Honorius III and the Recovery of the Holy Land, 1216–1227 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2017) ‘Audita tremendi and the Call for the Third Crusade Reconsidered, 1187–1188’, Viator, 49.3(2020 for 2018), 63–101 ‘How to Craft a Crusade Call: Pope Innocent III and Quia maior (1213)’, Historical Research, 92(2019), 2–23 ‘The Dynamism of a Crusade Encyclical: Pope Honorius III and Iustus Dominus (1223)’, Deutsches Archiv für Erforschung des Mittelalters, 74 (2018), 111–42 Music credit: Kai Engel, 'Flames of Rome', Calls and Echoes (Southern's City Lab, 2014).


11 Jun 2021

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06: Thomas Smith - VFX Supervisor, On Film Sets, Working in Tech & His Freelancing Masterclass

The Creator Curriculum

Take advice from Thomas. He’s gone from compositor to VFX Supervisor by working at every studio on the bucket list. He’s freelanced around the globe. He’s a teacher at the School of Visual Arts…he even won a Grammy.Timecodes1:36 | From Quake to Compositing26:43 | Learning Scarcity vs. Abundance39:47 | Working in Person vs Remote52:47 | What Makes A Good VFX Supervisor?1:16:08 | Biggest Mistakes On-Set1:25:55 | Compositing Tips for 3D Artists1:32:31 | Working at Apple1:41:37 | SVA Freelancing Pep Talk2:02:32 | Opening Your Own Studio?2:15:27 | The Values of Meditation as a Creative

2hr 26mins

7 Jun 2021

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Where Are They Now: Tiffany Thomas Smith, Esq. Runs for Judgeship

What's Your Legacy?

Yvette continues her conversation with Tiffany Thomas Smith, Esq. as Tiffany discusses her candidacy for Judgeship. In a prior episode of What's Your Legacy? released on December 27, 2018, Tiffany shared her family law practice work – particularly her collaborative approach to divorce. She also talked about her charitable work in Africa. Tiffany is now expanding her commitment to the community in her bid to serve as a Judge on the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.


21 Jan 2021

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Breaking Tables w/ Thomas Smith

Breaking Tables | A Buffalo Bills Podcast

Ever stumble into an empty pub with a Bills jersey on and run into a 1st round draft pick? How about 28th overall in 1993? Thomas Smith joins this epic show with me and fellow enthusiast/STAT guy Neil Buono (LOL)! **DISCLAIMER: We talk about everything from his favorite disney movie (LOL) and oh, how he damaged Darryl Talley's car (WOW). Buckle up and lube your earholes because I'm BREAKING TABLES WITH THOMAS SMITH!Summary: Worse/Best Games as a Buffalo Bill, who was the biggest trash talker, is playoff rust a thing?, favorite disney move (LMAOOO), rookie hazing, and oh, banging up Darryl Talley's car!If you like what you hear, follow me on twitter:@Br8KingTables@b__VanslykeYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt7GBr6awG9B0HrL2MTUh0g Make Sure you also subscribe to the other Buffalo Fanatics Podcasts!Buffalo Fanatics Podcasting Network(apple.co/33c3dBg I spoti.fi/2OIb8Ro)Overreaction Bills w/ Joe Miller (apple.co/30KfmPu  | spoti.fi/3lqTOzm) Bot Talks Bills (apple.co/3d83dbY  | spoti.fi/3d9DCiN)Bills Counterpoint w/ Clay Troia (apple.co/33DUD1q  | spoti.fi/3ntwPFo)The NFL Basement (apple.co/36HTOXk  | spoti.fi/2Gt4H4R)Nap Knows Bills (apple.co/3nu9zan  | spoti.fi/3nuYPIU)BuffCity (apple.co/2SBhg0r  | spoti.fi/2GIHMCe)The Bills Guys (apple.co/3jIAo8m  | spoti.fi/30LGoG7)Chick From The 716(apple.co/3lXQoEA | spoti.fi/2IOSvMs)Don’t forget to check out the blog for great written content!www.TheBuffaloFanatics.com 

1hr 10mins

12 Jan 2021