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The Shock World Service is a 100 episode collection of painstakingly assembled audio collages of soundtracks, electronic oddness & spoken word. Started in 2007 by Jon Averill as a way to further explore & expand musical horizons beyond the mainly dance floor-centric music he was playing at the time & as an antidote the cheapening of the mixtape format by the glut of .mp3 mixes online with no track listing, no artwork & no real attention to detail applied to them. "A provider of collage-heavy ...
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In Roundsourcing, we explore how we source practically everything regardless of its origin. Quality, price, convenience, talent, availability and efficiency determine where we buy and use goods and services, not where they were invented or produced. In a globalized world, vast opportunities exist for sourcing goods, services, talent, technology and ideas from anywhere around the globe, at any time. Local borders are powerful and barriers to a truly free world are high, and yet, roundsourcing ...
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During a recent visit to the Bahá’í World Centre, members of Bahá’í communities from various countries joined in conversation with the News Service to explore insights about fostering a pattern of vibrant community life. Guests of the episode included Jorge Guerreiro from Brazil, Nazneen Rowhani from India, Confucius Ikoirere from Papua New Guinea,…
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During a recent visit to the Bahá’í World Centre, Bhavna Anbarasan, member of the Continental Board of Counsellors for Asia, spoke with the Bahá’í World News Service about how Bahá’í community-building endeavors in the villages of Bihar, India, are giving rise to a new culture of equality. Mrs. Anbarasan explained that the movement toward greater e…
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Host Adam Malik chats with Kumar Saha, U.S. vice president and Canadian managing director of global automotive data firm Eucon, about the Vast-Auto and O’Reilly Automotive deal, what it means for the Canadian aftermarket today and the industry going forward. Support the showAutor: Peter Bulmer
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Listen in as Darryl Croft, president of the Electric Vehicle Network and co-owner and vice president of OK Tire (Etobicoke), and Mavrene Brooks, EV consultant at the Electric Vehicle Network, talk about why the network started, how they help consumers get more comfortable with EVs, how they help answer questions from skeptical customers and the fir…
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How do we ensure that our values, our aspirations, and our needs are integrated into the design, development, and use of technology? This was among the questions explored by Matt Weinberg, a technologist from the United States, in this podcast episode recorded during a recent gathering at the Bahá’í World Centre on the development of communities.Fu…
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In this podcast episode from the News Service, we hear from Kessia Ruh, member of the Continental Board of Counsellors for Australasia, sharing stories about some of the efforts of the Bahá’ís of Papua New Guinea (PNG) to contribute to the wellbeing of their society. Mrs. Ruh’s accounts highlight a key principle at the core of Bahá’í social action …
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Here’s more from this year’s Jobber of the Year Winner, Chieftain Auto Parts and its co-owners, the brother and sister team of Trevor Heizne and Jayne Kelly. They discuss the importance of inventory, having good relationships with suppliers and future opportunities. Read more in the November issue of Jobber News and find the expanded feature on aut…
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Automotive repair shop owners skew towards the older age group — and if you’re reading this, you’re probably one of them. So how do you retire and set your shop up for a proper exit? Matt DiFrancesco, principal and financial technician for automotive repair professionals at High Lift Financials, chats with Peter Bulmer in this episode of ASW Conver…
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A new podcast episode from the News Service explores how the Preparation for Social Action (PSA) program, a Bahá’í-inspired educational endeavor, is raising capacity in people to apply scientific knowledge together with spiritual principles for the development of their communities. In this episode, Elisa Cooper, who works closely with a network of …
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In the latest podcast episode from the News Service, a group of young people serving at the Bahá’í World Centre explore the impact of Bahá’í Houses of Worship on community life, sharing their experiences of living near a Bahá’í temple in their local communities. In this episode we hear from Deeba Behrouzi from Canada, Leili Zapata Caldas from Colom…
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During recent consultations at the Bahá’í World Centre on the development of Bahá’í communities, a few attendees who work closely with the Bahá’í Houses of Worship in Uganda and Kenya sat down with the News Service for a podcast episode to explore insights about how these temples are enriching community life. The podcast features Samuel Mwangi, an …
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In the latest podcast episode from the News Service, two representatives of the Bahá’í International Community (BIC) discuss contributions of Bahá’í communities in the Arab region to the discourse on coexistence—a topic that has come to the forefront of public consciousness in recent years.Saba Haddad and Hatem El-Hady, representatives of the Genev…
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Hydrogen has an important role to play in our journey toward decarbonization, especially in the freight and transportation sectors. Brent Hartman, director of standards in the fuels and transportation at CSA Group, joins publisher Peter Bulmer in this episode of Auto Service World Conversations to talk about the use of hydrogen as an alternative fu…
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In this podcast episode, Leslie Stewart, Executive Director of FUNDAEC, sat with the News Service to discuss insights about some of that organization’s initiatives, particularly focusing on the areas of agriculture, food production, and distribution.Ms. Stewart provided a glimpse into ways that the Bahá’í principles of the harmony of science and re…
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Get ready to explore key takeaways from the results of the 2023 Annual Jobber Survey from CARS. Your host and managing editor, Adam Malik, dives into the top concerns jobbers have with the way some shops operate their businesses, how that conflicts with views from the shop owner side, and then highlights other findings that couldn’t fit into the ma…
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Managing editor Adam Malik takes a deeper dive into the results of the Jobber News Annual Shop Survey. While touching on the big change in relationships, he explores how many jobbers stores they want to deal with, their concerns around quality and what they want from their jobber.Support the showAutor: Peter Bulmer
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Adam Malik interviews Kevin FitzPatrick, the senior vicepresident of North America operations with Opus IVS, which provides diagnostics, programming, and live repair guidance. He expands on our conversation regarding EVs and the importance of the automotive aftermarket to get moving on technology sooner than later.Support the show…
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Peter Bulmer hosts a roundtable conversation with Ben Brucado, VP of Engagement at AASA, Ryan Kooiman, Director of Training at SMP, and Michael Campana, Senior Manager of QA at Dorman Products to talk about their efforts in spreading awareness of parts fraud in the automotive aftermarket.Support the show…
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