Purser Explores The World

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Purser Explores The World is a journey of discovery fueled entirely by my curiosity.

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http://angrybeanie.com/
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Purser Explores The World is a journey of discovery fueled entirely by my curiosity.
Language
ūüá¨ūüáß English
last modified
2018-01-03 13:34
last episode published
2017-11-04 07:25
publication frequency
44.77 days
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Angry Beanie author  
James owner  
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Number of Episodes
41
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
4.11.2017

Faces of Addiction

For the first episode back I decided on a project called Faces of Addiction by Chris Arnade which focuses on the stories of people living with addiction in the New York neighbourhood of Hunts Point.
4.11.2017

Sex Workers Opera

Just before we get into it, this episode deals with topics of a sexual nature, including sex work and fetishes, if this is not your cup of tea, then I recommend you don't listen. Let us not speak of the time between episodes, but let us glory in the f...
4.11.2017

AusVotes2013

The ausvotes2013.com site is a political blog with a difference. Rather than being blatantly partisan or featuring the usual suspects it provides an opportunity for new writers and voices from all sides of the political spectrum to discuss, debate and ...
4.11.2017

Crowd Funding the Mighty Maggot

Dr Mel Thomson and Dr Michelle Harvey are a Microbiologist and Forensic Entymologist who have combined their powers to launch a new research project into how effective maggots are in debriding the wounds caused by a particularly nasty bacteria called M...
4.11.2017

Bitcoin: What even is it?

I'll be honest, I'm not a great fan of economic theory. The world of the international currency exchange leaves me cold. However, the explosion of the cryptographic digital currency Bitcoin has caught not only my eye but that of the rest of the world. ...
4.11.2017

Right To Silence

The right to silence is one of the most basic rights a person has under the various justice systems that operate in Australia. The central premise is that the state is not allowed to force someone to incriminate themselves, because frankly, that sort o...
4.11.2017

More than human

I've said it before and I'll say it again. We are living in the future. We're living at a time when the first true cybernetics are being developed, when people can realistically say that they have a bio lab in their garage. We're standing on the edge o...
4.11.2017

My Kingdom for a Horse

After a year long investigation, including a number of different disciplines from areas such as archeology, geneology and medical, it was finally confirmed that a body found buried in a carpark in Leicester, England was indeed Richard the third. For th...
4.11.2017

Tomorrows Geek

Inspired by a twitter conversation between Stilgherrian and Mark Newton about this article I thought I would explore what tomorrows geek would be playing at with them and Liz Quilty. Unfortunately a round table discussion wasn't possible but I think th...
4.11.2017

Right To Know

The Open Australia Foundation has been one of the leading lights in the citizen driven Open Government movement in Australia, recently they launched a new project based around the idea of opening up the process of Freedom Of Information requests so I t...
4.11.2017

Small Media

With all of the kerfuffle going on in the world of Big Media, I though I would catch up with a couple of people who are working hard in Small Media. Jane Gilmore of the kingstribune and Jeremy Sear from somthingwonky both tell me why they do what they...
4.11.2017

Super DIY The Second

Well, the show has finally made it to episode 10 and to celebrate we're going to do another Super Do It Yourself episode. This time round we're going to catch up with Stephen Dade from the CanberraUAV team and see how they went in the Outback Challeng...
4.11.2017

Farming The City

I'm a tinkerer in the garden. I have my own little veggie patch and I enjoy getting my hands dirty. For this episode of Purser Explores The World, I'm talking with two people who have taken the idea of Urban Agriculture to the next level. Doug at www...
4.11.2017

Communicating Science

It's National Science Week in Australia so I thought I would have a chat with some communicators of science. Upulie Divisekera, Magdeline Lum and Maia Sauren join me to discuss why they are passionate about science comms, what got them involved, ice c...
4.11.2017

Power to the people

Some people are installing solar hot water heaters, others are powering their houses from renewables, some though are going further and creating whole communities powered in part or full by renewable energy. In this episode I chat with Anya Schoolman ...
4.11.2017

Printing Your New Life

Just as 3D printing is changing the way we look at manufacturing, it's changing the way medicine approaches different problems. In this episode I talk to Scott Summit from Bespoke Innovations about the work his company does  with artificial limbs and ...
4.11.2017

Tech Meets Activism

Over the past five years, activism, like everything else in our lives has been changed by the rise of the Hacker/Maker culture. I have a look at two examples of those who build and use new tools to achieve what they couldn't do only a few years before....
4.11.2017

Ice Hockey In The Land of Sun and Surf

Australia is famous for its sporting prowess. Everyone knows that when it comes to sports such as Cricket, Rugby (of either variety) and Swimming, Australia is up there with the best in the world. However what people may not be aware of is that Austra...
4.11.2017

Crowd Sourcing The Disaster

In this episode we take the spirit of DIY and see how it's being applied to disaster management. First up we chat with Pieter Franken from safecast.org about the work they are doing building and operating a crowd sourced radiation monitoring system in...
4.11.2017

Super DIY

Well I made it to episode 2, this in itself is a victory :) Anyhoo, this episode I'm talking to people who take the concept of DIY out of the house an into the big wide world. First up I chat with Paul Wayper, a Canberra based maker who's working on ...
4.11.2017

Numbats in Space

Finally it's here, the first episode of Purser Explores The World. Today we're looking at Space, particularly the Australian Space Community. I talk with Marco Ostini from Lunar Numbat, Michelle  Clement from the Australian Space Policy Unit and Profe...
26.09.2015

Episode 21: Faces of Addiction

For the first episode back I decided on a project called Faces of Addiction by Chris Arnade which focuses on the stories of people living with addiction in the New York neighbourhood of Hunts Point.
25.09.2015

Episode 21: Faces of Addiction

For the first episode back I decided on a project called Faces of Addiction by Chris Arnade which focuses on the stories of people living with addiction in the New York neighbourhood of Hunts Point.    
14.07.2014

Episode 20: Sex Workers Opera

Just before we get into it, this episode deals with topics of a sexual nature, including sex work and fetishes, if this is not your cup of tea, then I recommend you don't listen.Let us not speak of the time between episodes, but let us glory in the fac...
13.07.2014

Episode 20: Sex Workers Opera

Just before we get into it, this episode deals with topics of a sexual nature, including sex work and fetishes, if this is not your cup of tea, then I recommend you don't listen. Let us not speak of the time between episodes, but let us glory in the fa...
26.05.2013

AusVotes2013

Theausvotes2013.com site is a political blog with a difference. Rather than being blatantly partisan or featuring the usual suspects it provides an opportunity for new writers and voices from all sides of the political spectrum to discuss, debate and e...
26.05.2013

AusVotes2013

The ausvotes2013.com site is a political blog with a difference. Rather than being blatantly partisan or featuring the usual suspects it provides an opportunity for new writers and voices from all sides of the political spectrum to discuss, debate and ...
8.05.2013

Crowd Funding the Mighty Maggot

Dr Mel Thomson and Dr Michelle Harvey are a Microbiologist and Forensic Entymologist who have combined their powers to launch a new research project into how effective maggots are in debriding the wounds caused by a particularly nasty bacteria called M...
7.05.2013

Crowd Funding the Mighty Maggot

Dr Mel Thomson and Dr Michelle Harvey are a Microbiologist and Forensic Entymologist who have combined their powers to launch a new research project into how effective maggots are in debriding the wounds caused by a particularly nasty bacteria called M...
9.04.2013

Bitcoin: What even is it?

I'll be honest, I'm not a great fan of economic theory. The world of the international currency exchange leaves me cold. However, the explosion of the cryptographic digital currency Bitcoin has caught not only my eye but that of the rest of the world. ...
8.04.2013

Bitcoin: What even is it?

I'll be honest, I'm not a great fan of economic theory. The world of the international currency exchange leaves me cold. However, the explosion of the cryptographic digital currency Bitcoin has caught not only my eye but that of the rest of the world. ...
23.03.2013

Right To Silence

The right to silence is one of the most basic rights a person has under the various justice systems that operate in Australia. The central premise is that the state is not allowed to force someone to incriminate themselves, because frankly, that sort o...
23.03.2013

Right To Silence

The right to silence is one of the most basic rights a person has under the various justice systems that operate in Australia. The central premise is that the state is not allowed to force someone to incriminate themselves, because frankly, that sort o...
24.02.2013

More than human

I've said it before and I'll say it again. We are living in the future. We're living at a time when the first true cybernetics are being developed, when people can realistically say that they have a bio lab in their garage. We're standing on the edge o...
24.02.2013

More than human

I've said it before and I'll say it again. We are living in the future. We're living at a time when the first true cybernetics are being developed, when people can realistically say that they have a bio lab in their garage. We're standing on the edge o...
10.02.2013

My Kingdom for a Horse

After a year long investigation, including a number of different disciplines from areas such as archeology, geneology and medical, it was finally confirmed that a body found buried in a carpark in Leicester, England was indeed Richard the third. For th...
10.02.2013

My Kingdom for a Horse

After a year long investigation, including a number of different disciplines from areas such as archeology, geneology and medical, it was finally confirmed that a body found buried in a carpark in Leicester, England was indeed Richard the third. For th...
26.01.2013

Tomorrows Geek

Inspired by a twitter conversation between Stilgherrian and Mark Newton about this article I thought I would explore what tomorrows geek would be playing at with them and Liz Quilty. Unfortunately a round table discussion wasn't possible but I think th...
26.01.2013

Tomorrows Geek

Inspired by a twitter conversation between Stilgherrian and Mark Newton about thisarticle I thought I would explore what tomorrows geek would be playing at with them and Liz Quilty. Unfortunately a round table discussion wasn't possible but I think the...
9.12.2012

Right To Know

The Open Australia Foundation has been one of the leading lights in the citizen driven Open Government movement in Australia, recently they launched a new project based around the idea of opening up the process of Freedom Of Information requests so I t...
9.12.2012

Right To Know

The Open Australia Foundation has been one of the leading lights in the citizen driven Open Government movement in Australia, recently they launched a new project based around the idea of opening up the process of Freedom Of Information requests so I t...