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1. Bayou Way - Beat Driven Insomnia https://youtu.be/mZn6yckYjW0

Bayou Way - Beat Driven Insomnia https://youtu.be/mZn6yckYjW0

https://youtu.be/mZn6yckYjW0 Deep South dark techno meets Hard Electro, An original club track, free to download and if you feel the love please tweet, comment, share, repost... For more please C http://soundcloud.com/memimo-media or http://memimomedia.bandcamp.com/ #memimomedia Download for free on The Artist Union

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2. Heresy - Beat Driven Insomnia - youtu.be/P2e6bGJzW18

Heresy - Beat Driven Insomnia - youtu.be/P2e6bGJzW18

https://youtu.be/P2e6bGJzW18 Dark and heavy, a trippy industrial track from Beat Driven Insomnia Free to download and if you feel the love please tweet, comment, share, repost... For more please C http://soundcloud.com/memimo-media or http://memimomedia.bandcamp.com/ #memimomedia Download for free on The Artist Union

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3. Shadows In Dark Light - Beat Driven Insomnia - https://youtu.be/TG61LvSciSw

Shadows In Dark Light - Beat Driven Insomnia - https://youtu.be/TG61LvSciSw

https://youtu.be/TG61LvSciSw A dark winter blues, from electro-industrial project Beat Driven Insomnia, free to download and if you feel the love please tweet, comment, share, repost... For more please C http://soundcloud.com/memimo-media or http://memimomedia.bandcamp.com/ #memimomedia For more Beat Driven Insomnia see https://soundcloud.com/beat-driven-insomnia Download for free on The Artist Union

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4. Beat Driven Insomnia - Imperfections

Beat Driven Insomnia - Imperfections

Imperfections is the debut album of Beat Driven Insomnia, a music project of Michel Moalem (Memimo Media) exploring the darker moods of musical compositions. A mashup of dark ambient, blues and electronic dance beats with industrial feel, this album is journey best experienced loud and in the dark. Now available on our Bandcamp page and most other stores Google https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Beat_Driven_Insomnia_Imperfections?id=Bumvg4xa6oap4vwqrl62zo5ryju Itunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/imperfections/id1046382372?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/5Q7FXfSc2lN0kSs3s7WGUf Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0165YU8YW Deezer http://www.deezer.com/album/11347180

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5. Overdrive: Cars, Transport and Culture

Overdrive: Cars, Transport and Culture

An informed, humorous and irreverent look at motoring and transport from Australia and overseas. Featuring motoring & transport news, road tests, feature interviews & quirky stories. Overdrive is not just for 'rev heads' but covers subjects in a manner that reflects on our everyday transport experiences as well as our dreams and aspirations for more exotic transport. Presented by motoring broadcaster David Brown with regular contributors Errol Smith, David Campbell, Brian Smith and Paul Murrell. Overdrive can also be heard across Australia on the community radio network, via podcast on iTunes or via the website at drivenmedia.com.au

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6. The Future of (Food) Media Is Conversational & AI Driven

The Future of (Food) Media Is Conversational & AI Driven

As the cofounder of CNET and Whiskey Media, Shelby Bonnie has consistently proven his ability to predict future media trends. His latest bet? A conversational media company that utilizes AI-powered voice assistants and chatbots to create media properties that power content delivery in vertical interest areas such as food and cooking. The company, called Pylon AI, is creating an platform agnostic publishing system that works with any voice assistant or chatbot to enable conversational consumer content experiences. If you are an appliance maker, food brand or any company that touches the consumer, you'll want to listen to this podcast to get an understanding of the future of consumer media.

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7. What It Means to Be Data-Driven in the Media Industry

What It Means to Be Data-Driven in the Media Industry

In a recent episode of the O’Reilly Media Podcast, David Hsieh, senior vice president of marketing at Qubole, sat down with John Slocum, vice president of MediaMath’s data management platform (DMP), to discuss DataOps in the media industry. “DataOps” refers to the promotion of communication between formerly siloed data, teams, and systems. As discussed in "Creating a Data-Driven Enterprise with DataOps," a report published by Qubole and O’Reilly in 2016, DataOps leverages process change, organizational realignment, and technology to facilitate relationships between everyone who handles data: developers, data engineers, data scientists, analysts, and business users. As a programmatic advertising platform, MediaMath has a unique lens into the shifting business models across the media industry, and how DataOps is playing a role in those shifts. During the podcast, Hsieh and Slocum discussed how data has transformed the culture and overall goals of organizations in the media industry in the past 10 years, and shared some best practices for companies that are just embarking on their journey toward becoming data driven.

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8. Sir Jack Brabham - Reminiscing on a Great Australian

Sir Jack Brabham - Reminiscing on a Great Australian

It's been a few weeks now since Jack Brabham died. We haven't had a chance to talk about him but of course we must. He is one of the best known Australian sportspersons. And he is known for all the right reasons. Successful in his chosen sport as a driver and constructor, supportive of those around him, positive in his memories and a genuine family man. To reminisce about this great Australian, let's talk to Brent Davison from the Newcastle Herald and the Illawarra Mercury. • I've listened to a lot of his interviews and the one thing is that he is never negative. His first years of formula 1 racing were in Coopers that did even have the full capacity engines yet he never bemoans that. It was a fact of life. • Racing for Coopers, a small English company, that did not have the backing of a large manufacturer. He was competing against Ferrari, Maserati, Mercedes. • He pushed his car over the line in a few cases. In 1957, Brabham drove mid-engined Cooper, again only fitted with a 2-litre engine, at the Monaco Grand Prix. He avoided a large crash at the first corner and was running third towards the end of the race when the fuel pump mount failed. In the last race of the 1959 season. Three people could have won the championship in the last race (In the United States). He ran out of petrol and pushed the car over the line for fourth place. • He started as a mechanic for midget speedway cars but after the driver had a few crashes and his wife made him stop, Jack stepped into the driver's seat. These were cars where it is hard to have a standout vehicle. He won his third race. • He took five mechanics to a Grand Prix to work on two cars. Now each wheel has more people assigned to that. • He was supported by his father and by the Redex fuel additive company, although his commercially aware approach—including the title RedeX Special painted on the side of his Cooper-Bristol—did not go down well with the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS), which banned the advertisement. • He retired at the end of 1970 not because he was too old to race (he was 44) but because he wanted to give his boys a chance to have a family life and maybe not get involved in racing. • He famously said that he wanted to win races in the slowest possible time. He was also known as the safest driver to drive on public roads to and from race meetings. • He has a mischievous nature. Peter McKay from Fairfax media said it best when he noted that Sir Jack would have a twinkle in his eye as he told some of his stories. Sir Jack once told me that the greatest moment in his life was after he won the 1959 Monaco Grand Prix. On the victory dais he got to kiss Princess Grace of Monaco!

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9. Overdrive Quirky News: An Offbeat Look at Cars and Transport

Overdrive Quirky News: An Offbeat Look at Cars and Transport

Overdrive's discussion of humorous, unusual, odd, weird or just plain 'out there' stories about Cars, Transport & Culture. This is an extended version of the Quirky News segment from the full Overdrive program. Presented by motoring broadcaster David Brown with regular contributors Brian Smith, Errol Smith and David Campbell. For past programs visit drivenmedia.com.au

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10. Orange is the New Black's Nick Sandow and the Rise of Female-Driven TV

Orange is the New Black's Nick Sandow and the Rise of Female-Driven TV

Nick Sandow (aka Joe Caputo on “Orange is the New Black”) joins Gazelle and Margaret for an in-depth conversation about the evolution of his role on the hit Netflix series, which just wrapped filming of season 4. Plus: a discussion of the female-friendly trends in scripted television, of which Orange is a big part. This episode is sponsored by “Making a Murderer” on Netflix. Spoilers for “Orange is the New Black” throughout!

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11. Shareero Music at Somali Bantu Harvest Party

Shareero Music at Somali Bantu Harvest Party

Intervale Farms in New Gloucester, Maine hosted a Somali Bantu harvest party. After lunch, a shareero player played this music as people danced.

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12. Will Autonomous vehicles be all their claimed to be?

Will Autonomous vehicles be all their claimed to be?

Over the last few years we've seen a flood of talk about autonomous vehicles. Many people seem to think we are heading for motoring utopia where we will have door-to-door travel without any difficulties. It might be a little delayed, but of course you can work in the car. I don't think it's that easy. Nor does consulting firm MRCagney who have done some research on autonomous vehicles. They've just released a report and I'm fortunate to be talking with Lesley Carter their Managing Director.

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13. Overdrive: Fords Business Plan; Hyundai Kona SUV; Bathurst 1000; Jamie Olivers Custom SUV

Overdrive: Fords Business Plan; Hyundai Kona SUV; Bathurst 1000; Jamie Olivers Custom SUV

News including Ford's new business plan, Boeing's self-driving planes, Tesla's woes and the Mercedes X class. We attend the launch of the Hyundai Kona small SUV. We discuss how a dedicated revhead should watch the Bathurst 1000. And in our quirky news segment we discuss Jamie Oliver's custom Land Rover portable kitchen, and how it compares to the first kitchen on wheels - the VW Kombi. Originally broadcast 14th October 2017. For past programs and extended versions of segments like the road tests, feature interviews and quirky news, visit drivenmedia.com.au

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14. Dr Bridie Scott-Parker: Uni Sunshine Coast: a new way to look at teaching the young to drive

Dr Bridie Scott-Parker: Uni Sunshine Coast: a new way to look at teaching the young to drive

David Brown speaks with Dr Bridie Scott-Parker from the University of the Sunshine Coast who is the leader of the Adolescent Risk Research Unit. She has been doing a research project titled "Do parents and learner drivers see the same road?" It goes to the very core of what we need to understand about effective interaction (not just one way communication) if we are to teach our children well. Originally aired on 11 June 2016. For past programs and individual segments visit www.drivenmedia.com.au

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15. 2017 Audi S4 – As good as a fictional space ship

2017 Audi S4 – As good as a fictional space ship

Great performance, wonderful instruments and a modern interior At a glance The new Audi S4 and the new Audi S4 Avant Engine - Newly developed 3.0 TFSI with turbocharging and direct injection: peak power of 260kW, peak torque of 500Nm at a low 1370 rpm - 15kW more power and 60Nm more torque compared to the previous model - Sports car performance: from 0 to 100km/h in 4.7 seconds (Sedan), 4.9 seconds (Avant) - Top efficiency: Audi S4 Sedan consumes just 7.7 litres of fuel per 100 kilometre and emits 175 grams CO2 per km (Avant: 7.8 l/100km and 178 g/km) Drivetrain - Eight- speed tiptronic with fuel First broadcast on 8 July 2017. For past programs and individual segments visit www.drivenmedia.com.au

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16. Prof Corinne Mulley: How do public transport fares affect travel behaviour?

Prof Corinne Mulley: How do public transport fares affect travel behaviour?

David Brown speaks with Professor Corinne Mulley from the University of Sydney's Institute of Transport & Logistics Studies. Everyone seems to have an opinion about public transport fares. Most think they should be lower and some even suggest they should be free. But does it matter that much? And what are the consequences of different prices not just in the short term as who decides to get a bus or a train rather than use your car, but also in the long term which includes where we chose to live and work and the resultant impact on the shape of the city that develops. Originally aired on 4 June 2016. For past programs and individual segments visit www.drivenmedia.com.au

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17. Planning in Sydney – leading up to and including the 1909 Royal Commission

Planning in Sydney – leading up to and including the 1909 Royal Commission

Distinguished planner Bob Meyer reflects on the causes and effects of plans and the lack of them Royal CommissioWhen Governor Phillip started European settlement in Sydney, he thought about more than just a penal colony; he saw an opportunity to build a great city. Later Governor Macquarie also had a grand vision for a thriving city. But for all the ideals, few aspects of a grand plan were ever implemented. By the turn of the 20th century, Sydney had large slum areas and health was a big issue especially after we had an outbreak of the bubonic plague. But Town Planning was an emerging profession. The NSW Government held a Royal Commission for “The Improvement of the City of Sydney and its Suburbs” Bob Meyer is the head of planning for Cox Architecture and is an avid historian of planning and its effect on our lives. He has reviewed the report of the Royal Commission and all the other major planning documents from then to the present day. In this first interview with David Brown, they discuss the transport impacts on the early colony, the life and times of Sydney that lead to and carried out the Royal Commission of Inquiry.

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18. F - Type Jaguar - A car for its time

F - Type Jaguar - A car for its time

The E-Type is a hard act to follow. They stopped making the E-type in 1975 and rather than try to replace it, Jaguar had a series of larger sporty grand tourers - firstly with the XJS and then with the XK. They waited another 38 years before they launched their next roadster, the F-type, in 2013. The design of the new F-Type has cues that reflect the E-Type. The curvaceous bulge over the rear wheels, the bonnet bulge, the grille and the rear tail lights that go back to the Series one E-Type. So is the new car a pail copy or a car in its right. To help answer that question I have on the line Brent Davison from the Newcastle Herald and the Illawarra Mercury. • A good looking car - even if you know nothing about the E-Type • Beautiful sound • Three engine configurations • Handles very well • Not a lot of room inside • Ridiculous boot

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