This podcast deals heavily with the subject of mental illness and fighting stigma. We have two interviews on tap for you in this episode. First, we talk with Michael B. Solomon who is the subject and one of the authors of “It Comes from Within: Living with Bipolar Illness.” The book was co-written with Gloria Hochman. Second, we talk with Kay Raga representing the NAMI (National Association on Mental Illness) organization.
This podcast is an interview with Jeff "SKI" Kinsey from Agile Audio Dashboards about custom Alexa skills and the overall importance of voice in the very near future regarding how we interact with the internet. The episode is geared for B2B, however, the basic concepts of what is coming in terms of technology should be of interest to almost everyone.
This podcast is an interview with Dorothy Rosby. Dorothy is the author of “I Used to Think I Was Not that Bad and Then I Got to Know Me Better,” who refers to the book as the book for people who read self-improvement books and never get any better. She also is the author of “I Didn’t Know You Could Make Birthday Cake from Scratch, Parenting Blunders from Cradle to Empty Nest.”
This podcast has commentary about the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple on religious grounds and analysis of a Dallas woman who allegedly shot her husband because he was beating her cat.
This podcast is an interview with Brian Kiley who is the author of, "The Astounding Misadventures of Rory Collins." Brian has been a staff writer for Conan O’Brien for 23 years and been nominated for 16 Emmy Awards one of which he won in 2007. He has appeared numerous times on the David Letterman show, Late Night with Conan and four times on the Tonight Show.
This podcast is an interview with Cathy Sikorski, the author of "Who Moved My Teeth?" Cathy infuses the right amount of humor and lightheartedness into such topics as powers of attorney, advanced directives, managing medical bills and many other subjects.