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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Summers. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Summers, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Summers. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Summers, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 4 - Dr Tim Summers - Video games as musical instruments

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Episode 4 of the Seminar Sessions podcast is here! Dr Tim Summers from the Department of Music joins hosts Summer and Greg to discuss his top video game scores (musical, not points), reveals the exotic side of Tetris, and persuades them that playing a video game is not all that different from practising a musical instrument.

Jan 24 2020 · 26mins
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21: View from the Provinces: how sub-national politics fuel transnational networks - Tim Summers

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Breaking from a dominant focus on national and international scales, Dr. Tim Summers discusses how the Belt and Road works through sub-national institutions, builds upon regional scale development models, and uses provincial trade and political networks within China to expand abroad. Dr. Tim Summers is faculty at the Chinese University of Hong Kong's Centre for China Studies.

Check out Tim's articles on the Belt and Road:
1. China’s ‘New Silk Roads’: sub-national regions and networks of global political economy
2. The Belt and Road Initiative in Southwest China: responses from Yunnan province

And our recommendations this week:
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Yan XueTong's new book, "Leadership and the Rise of Great Powers."

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American Factory: a 2019 American documentary film about Chinese company Fuyao’s factory in Moraine, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio, that occupies a shuttered General Motors plant.

Also check out Dr. Summers' books: China’s Hong Kong: the Politics of a Global City (2019), China’s Regions in an Era of Globalization (2018) and Yunnan – A Chinese Bridgehead to Asia (2013), and journal articles on subjects including the belt and road initiative (BRI), China’s maritime disputes, China and global governance, and Hong Kong.

Nov 14 2019 · 38mins

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Ep. 16: Talking video game music: interview with Dr Tim Summers

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In this episode, we're exploring the wonderful world of video game music with Dr Tim Summers, Lecturer in Music at Royal Holloway, University of London. Tim specialises in the academic study of video game music and ludomusicology, the study of music via games and play. In this interview, we discussed many different facets of video game music including:

- the role of music in game design and production.
- the mechanics of gaming for the player but also the idea of the player as a listener.
- the challenges of categorising game music as high art versus low art, terms that are problematic in themselves.
- the influence of classical music and opera on video games.
- how one analyses video game music from, for instance, the perspective of a gamer, a music analyst, and a ludomusicologist.
- the influence of video games on musical interfaces.

Listen to BBC Radio 3's Afternoon Concert of video game music (available for a limited time on iPlayer) - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0006fkj.
A link to the "Seaboard" and musical software from ROLI I referred to towards the end of the interview - https://roli.com/.

Podcast published on 30 July 2019. Interview recorded on 3 July 2019 at the Royal Opera House, London.

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Jul 30 2019 · 49mins
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Chris Conway and Tim Summers 6/23/2019- Jehovah Jireh

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Chris Conway and Tim Summers talks about God and how He provides. Power of One.

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Jun 26 2019 · 28mins

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Karl Marx 200th birthday: discussion with Tim Summers & consultation on drones

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Last Saturday, 5th May, was the 200th anniversary of the birth of the German philosopher Karl Marx whose writings paved the way for the development of Communism. Over the past week, some commentators have praised his work as accurately predicting the s...
May 11 2018 · 21mins
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161 Tim Summers, On Understanding How Hackers Think

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A hacker, professor, and consultation expert, Dr. Tim Summers is a cyber and risk strategist specializing in identifying cyber risks and sensitivities within public and private organizations. He is a specialist in understanding the relationship between human cognitive psychology and socio-technical systems. He has served as an Executive Advisor for one of the world’s oldest multinational strategic management firms.

He has also been a consultant for Fortune 500 companies worldwide and is a regularly invited speaker. He’s the CEO of Summers & Company,  Founder of WikiBreach, and the Director of Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Engagement in the iSchool at the University of Maryland, College Park. Dr. Summers is one of the world’s leading experts in understanding How Hackers Think.

Tim’s Challenge; Identify seven people and seek a unique way to inspire and empower them. Ways to empower include; Smile, be positive, encourage creativity, challenge others, and connect.

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If you liked this interview, check out episode 95 with Dennis Mortensen where we discuss artificial intelligence, smart assistants, and entrepreneurship.

Nov 29 2016 · 34mins