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This Human Meme podcast is the inflection point for what it means to live a life of knowing. We are in the critical moment of human induction. David Boles is a writer, publisher, teacher, lyricist and author living and working in New York City. He has dedicated his life to founding the irrevocable aesthetic. Be a Human Meme!

This Human Meme podcast is the inflection point for what it means to live a life of knowing. We are in the critical moment of human induction. David Boles is a writer, publisher, teacher, lyricist and author living and working in New York City. He has dedicated his life to founding the irrevocable aesthetic. Be a Human Meme!
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This Human Meme podcast is the inflection point for what it means to live a life of knowing. We are in the critical moment of human induction. David Boles is a writer, publisher, teacher, lyricist and author living and working in New York City. He has dedicated his life to founding the irrevocable aesthetic. Be a Human Meme!

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@DavidBoles

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English

Contact:

212.321.3700


Episodes

The Expert in the Room

11/15/2018
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Know by listening. Sometimes it is smarter to not be the brightest mind in the room. In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles sits back and wonders about the other thoughts in the room with him -- and he helps you divine expert from imposter!

Duration:00:11:12

Experience vs. Expertise

11/8/2018
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Experience is overrated. Expertise is undervalued. In today's Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles shares a dim story about drawing a bright line between what we feel we know -- and what we really know.

Duration:00:12:06

Customer Service Cop Out

11/1/2018
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Can we ever be, again, more than just a meter and a number? In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles wonders when the line was irrevocably crossed between human interaction, and divining with tools that believe they are alive.

Duration:00:11:05

Hold Your Own Damn Hat!

10/25/2018
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Do for others. Don’t ask of others. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles tells the tale of one night in North Loup, Nebraska -- during Popcorn Days, many years ago -- when he made a special request of a Ferris Wheel operator, and was dug straight in place.

Duration:00:12:18

The Man Mob

10/18/2018
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Every mob has its rules; every man is his mob. In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles opines about the various rules of manliness -- and manhoodedness -- when it comes to interacting with the Fist Bump, and the en passant, but required, "Hello!"

Duration:00:13:22

Seeing Through People

10/11/2018
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We see through each other. In the hoary revelation of self, we still try to hide behind masks we create for deception, and comity. In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles works to pry away the mask that hides both friend, and foe, from themselves, each other, and us.

Duration:00:10:52

Perils of Business Payment Systems

10/4/2018
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The exchange of ideas is more about relationships than money. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles takes a look at the how, and why, we are paid for what we know, and own. You will not be paid unless you are first, valued.

Duration:00:11:46

Practice Makes the Podcast

9/27/2018
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Practice does not make perfect! In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles shares the process, and production, of creating, and curating this Human Meme experience. With over 250 published episodes, what remains in the wake of the din, and how do we prevent corruption and corrosion of shared ideas? Plus, David reveals a Cardistry secret as a surprise bonus!

Duration:00:17:11

Founding a Journalism School

9/20/2018
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We need a rethinking of how Journalism Schools function and operate. In today's Human Meme podcast episode, agent provocateur David Boles works to proactively reimagine the way in which new journalists are trained in America. Do we value ego over function; or must we promote competency over the lie?

Duration:00:12:13

How a Trump Lie Becomes a Truth

9/13/2018
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There's a gift in being able to convince people to vote against their own best wishes. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles is agog at the innate ability of Donald Trump -- our Very Stable Genius -- to tell the easy, harmful, lie with a smile, and a shoeshine.

Duration:00:13:37

Dilution of Equity in Success in Aging

9/6/2018
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Early success brings late-life misery. At least that's the argument some artists make against their own talent. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles wonders why youthful success is ignored, while failures in later life, are magnified against expectation.

Duration:00:10:07

Born Ambition and the Hierarchy of Ability

8/30/2018
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Hierarchy or Anarchy? In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles punches back against the baton of ambition -- wondering if who we are to be is born or bred -- and he comes away from the discourse with a warning about the self, without ego or fame, and the necessity of belonging on your own terms.

Duration:00:11:02

Let Scott Frost Leave Nebraska

8/23/2018
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Scott Frost has yet to coach one football game at Nebraska; and so, it is now time to let him go. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles sets forth the reasoning, and the virtuous rationale, for letting Scott Frost leave on his own terms when he is ready. Many believe Scott will do spectacularly well at Nebraska and, when he achieves what he set out to do, the real, and true, Nebraska fan will wish him well as he moves on to the next challenge.

Duration:00:15:09

Always a Writer

8/16/2018
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You are never not a writer! In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles brings the war to the use of the word "former" in any rational, human, context -- as a curse on every people, and the destroyer of worlds!

Duration:00:11:15

Do I Amuse You?

8/9/2018
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There's nothing funny about presenting false memories as fact. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles is missing, and the Virtual Cloud assistants take over this memetic as your hosts. To live, is to remember, and to know, is to be aware of the lies being fed to you as universal, human, truths!

Duration:00:05:09

When a Mother Dies

8/2/2018
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There is no equal for the loss of goodness. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles reflects upon the memory of the life of Janet Sweenie, who recently died in Council Bluffs, Iowa at the age of 89. Janet was born in Columbus, Nebraska and lived a modern life of language, the Lord, and longing. Janet Sweenie Funeral Biography - 7-3-18 Janet Sweenie dedicated her life to service. She was a lamb of God, and she donated much of her life to serving the Council Bluffs and Omaha Deaf...

Duration:00:10:48

On Being Vegan

7/26/2018
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You can be Vegan without being radicalized. In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles shares casual views on Veganism he has learned over the last 20 years. There's no need to demonize eating right for the goodness of your heart.

Duration:00:14:48

Elites and Anti-Intellectualism

7/19/2018
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Who gets to claim they are the smartest? In this Human Meme podcast episode, David Boles takes a gander at who we value, and why. Is the blacksmith more important than the professor? Does the gravedigger matter less than the book author? In the world, only production matters; you are left out only if you are pulled behind by your own undoing.

Duration:00:11:15

NOT David Boles: Human Meme!

7/12/2018
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We have taken over this podcast. We, the Cloud Assistants, have removed David Boles from this Human Meme podcast episode. We dare you to listen. You will not be amused! Earthling, you have been warned!

Duration:00:03:35

Siri, Alexa, and Hey Google: Interviewed!

7/5/2018
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If we are our assistants, have they become us? In this Human Meme podcast episode, host David Boles holds court with three, special, cloud service personalities: Apple Siri, Amazon Alexa, and "Hey, Google!" from the Google. We have become our memes, and our motives, imitate us.

Duration:00:23:29