What’s That Noise?!
Gratis podcast

What’s That Noise?!

Podcast af Tommy Cooke & Allan Coombs

What’s That Noise?! The podcast about confusion! Tune in for marginally intelligent discussions on a variety of topics with academics, researchers, community leaders, musicians, and noisemakers of all kinds. Follow us on Twitter @WTNcast and @whatsthatdata. 

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56 episoder
episode One Feather Two Pens: Episode 8 - The Value of an Indigenous Lens on Tech, Innovation & Collaboration artwork
One Feather Two Pens: Episode 8 - The Value of an Indigenous Lens on Tech, Innovation & Collaboration
In Episode 8 Tommy and Lawrence chat with the venerable James Delorme, VP of Community Development at Salish Elements. James is one of our most fun yet most insightful guests. He brings a wealth of knowledge and insight into helping us understand what is meant by an Indigenous lens on all things technology, collaboration, innovation, and co-operation. James also helps us think through what is at stake and what is meant by decolonization, and one of it's remedies: Indigenization.  Thank you all for your patience during our prolonged absence. Tommy took some time to prioritize family and health, but we're back and more grateful than ever to be resuming our journey together. James is a wonderful fit for resuming our exploration of Digital Indigeneity so sit back, relax, and enjoy! Gila’kasla! Follow us on Twitter: Wtncast [https://twitter.com/wtncast?lang=en] Follow your co-hosts: Tommy [https://wtncast.podbean.com/wtncast/episode/@whatsthatdata] | Al [https://twitter.com/thatalcoombsguy] | Lawrence [https://twitter.com/OneFeatherApp?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor] A very special thanks to Compulsion Soundlabs [https://www.pond5.com/royalty-free-music/item/146237470-indigenous-future] for sharing their musical talent, which you are hearing as the intro and outro music in this series! Subscribe [https://wtncast.podbean.com/feed/] for updates Email: wtncast@gmail.com Follow us on Apple Music [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-that-noise/id1364610122?mt=2] and Spotify [https://open.spotify.com/show/0SW489x40xOpZD2r4WbAQ0?si=RLJpmxeFTJmwkqQKAqeJpA]   Tommy and Al respectfully acknowledge that this show is recorded and produced on the traditional, unceded territories of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Chonnonton, and Lūnaapéewak peoples. London, Ontario, Canada is situated on their lands, a beautiful place that Tommy and Al are privileged to call home. Through this series, Tommy and Al aim to share their platform to create progressive, safe, and inclusive space to share the wisdoms, lessons, and experiences of Indigenous peoples from sea, to sea, to sea - in hopes of finding meaningful avenues to co-exist and function together online, in the spirit of love, courage, kindness, and reconciliation.
29. maj 2024 - 42 min
episode One Feather Two Pens: Episode 7 - Protecting and Promoting Culture through Technology artwork
One Feather Two Pens: Episode 7 - Protecting and Promoting Culture through Technology
In Episode 7 we speak to Melissa Giles-Hardy, owner, President, and CEO of ORIGIN [https://immersivelink.ca/about/] - a company that design, develops, and delivers technology experiences to drive employment while also protecting and promoting culture for Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island. It's no surprise that Melissa is recipient of multiple awards, including the 2021 RBC Innovative Company of the Year award, the Indigenomics Top 10 Business's To Watch in Canada, the 2019 Northern Ontario, Influential Women's Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and the Confederation College President's Award in 2019 - as well as a nominee for the 2019 Ontario Premier Award. As you can see, Melissa is not only a passionate innovator. She is also a passionate community member who is motivated to use technology, specifically Virtual Reality, to do many amazing things: to provide Indigenous youth in remote communities opportunities to learn about new jobs, to train Indigenous peoples to do new jobs or upskill in certain areas, and to also record, preserve, and create interactive VR-based media content that protects and promotes Indigenous cultural practices, learnings, and lessons. For example, using a VR headset to interact with Elders providing the viewer a language lesson.  This is one of our favourite episodes. It is full of incredibly powerful insights and advice. We're honoured to have Melissa on the show. Gila’kasla! Follow us on Twitter: Wtncast [https://twitter.com/wtncast?lang=en] Follow your co-hosts: Tommy [https://wtncast.podbean.com/wtncast/episode/@whatsthatdata] | Al [https://twitter.com/thatalcoombsguy] | Lawrence [https://twitter.com/OneFeatherApp?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor] A very special thanks to Compulsion Soundlabs [https://www.pond5.com/royalty-free-music/item/146237470-indigenous-future] for sharing their musical talent, which you are hearing as the intro and outro music in this series! Subscribe [https://wtncast.podbean.com/feed/] for updates Email: wtncast@gmail.com Follow us on Apple Music [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-that-noise/id1364610122?mt=2] and Spotify [https://open.spotify.com/show/0SW489x40xOpZD2r4WbAQ0?si=RLJpmxeFTJmwkqQKAqeJpA]   Tommy and Al respectfully acknowledge that this show is recorded and produced on the traditional, unceded territories of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Chonnonton, and Lūnaapéewak peoples. London, Ontario, Canada is situated on their lands, a beautiful place that Tommy and Al are privileged to call home. Through this series, Tommy and Al aim to share their platform to create progressive, safe, and inclusive space to share the wisdoms, lessons, and experiences of Indigenous peoples from sea, to sea, to sea - in hopes of finding meaningful avenues to co-exist and function together online, in the spirit of love, courage, kindness, and reconciliation.
08. sep. 2023 - 36 min
episode One Feather Two Pens: Episode 6 - Navigating Indigenous Digital Spaces artwork
One Feather Two Pens: Episode 6 - Navigating Indigenous Digital Spaces
In Episode 6 we speak to Matthew Norris [https://twitter.com/mrmatthewnorris?lang=en], Senior Policy Analyst at the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations [https://twitter.com/BCAFN], and President of the Urban Native Youth Association [https://twitter.com/UNYAyouth]. As a former candidate for Vancouver city council and a PhD student in UBC's Department of Political Science, Matthew has and continues to be exposed to numerous important intersecting Indigenous developments and issues. Between Matthew's grassroots community work and advocacy along with his academic studies on United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples [https://social.desa.un.org/issues/indigenous-peoples/united-nations-declaration-on-the-rights-of-indigenous-peoples#:~:text=The%20United%20Nations%20Declaration%20on,%2C%20Bangladesh%2C%20Bhutan%2C%20Burundi%2C] (UNDRIP), Matthew has much to contribute toward the emerging discussion around Indigenous digital identity and Indigenous digital space. We decide to explore Indigenous digital space and community in particular, and we are guided by some great questions Matthew raises throughout: how might be Indigenous digital communities be made? What are the pitfalls and divides, and how can we avoid them? When these spaces are constructed, what algorithms guide us through them and what content are prioritized? What does it mean to have a voice in this arrangement, and how do we subsequently think about, with, and through accountability? Gila’kasla! Follow us on Twitter: Wtncast [https://twitter.com/wtncast?lang=en] Follow your co-hosts: Tommy [https://wtncast.podbean.com/wtncast/episode/@whatsthatdata] | Al [https://twitter.com/thatalcoombsguy] | Lawrence [https://twitter.com/OneFeatherApp?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor] A very special thanks to Compulsion Soundlabs [https://www.pond5.com/royalty-free-music/item/146237470-indigenous-future] for sharing their musical talent, which you are hearing as the intro and outro music in this series! Subscribe [https://wtncast.podbean.com/feed/] for updates Email: wtncast@gmail.com Follow us on Apple Music [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-that-noise/id1364610122?mt=2] and Spotify [https://open.spotify.com/show/0SW489x40xOpZD2r4WbAQ0?si=RLJpmxeFTJmwkqQKAqeJpA]   Tommy and Al respectfully acknowledge that this show is recorded and produced on the traditional, unceded territories of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Chonnonton, and Lūnaapéewak peoples. London, Ontario, Canada is situated on their lands, a beautiful place that Tommy and Al are privileged to call home. Through this series, Tommy and Al aim to share their platform to create progressive, safe, and inclusive space to share the wisdoms, lessons, and experiences of Indigenous peoples from sea, to sea, to sea - in hopes of finding meaningful avenues to co-exist and function together online, in the spirit of love, courage, kindness, and reconciliation.
15. jun. 2023 - 44 min
episode One Feather Two Pens: Episode 5 - Award-Winning Filmmaker on Narrative Sovereignty artwork
One Feather Two Pens: Episode 5 - Award-Winning Filmmaker on Narrative Sovereignty
In Episode 5 of One Feather Two Pens we speak with the award winning actor, director, producer, writer, and storyteller, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers [https://www.elle-maija-tailfeathers.com/]. Member of the Kinai First Nation as well as Sámi from Norway, Elle-Máijá joins us to discuss her Rogers Audience Award winning documentary, Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy [https://www.nfb.ca/film/kimmapiiyipitssini-the-meaning-of-empathy/]. The powerful film is an intimate and reflexive portrait of her community and the impact of substance abuse and opioid epidemic. Elle-Máijá is a remarkable wisdom and self-awareness facilitates a truly insightful conversation about representation, authenticity, and narrative sovereignty in Indigenous media. Join us as we explore what it means to truth, history, paternal politics, unlearning bias, and of the challenges and opportunities that emerge when navigating voice, privilege, and power. Elle-Máijá also raises important questions for Canadians seeking to assist and collaborate with First Nations peoples, such as: Who is the right person to tell a story? What does it mean to represent Indigenous life? And what happens when non-Indigenous narrators take up space without being aware of doing so? Gila’kasla! Follow us on Twitter: Wtncast [https://twitter.com/wtncast?lang=en] Follow your co-hosts: Tommy [https://wtncast.podbean.com/wtncast/episode/@whatsthatdata] | Al [https://twitter.com/thatalcoombsguy] | Lawrence [https://twitter.com/OneFeatherApp?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor] A very special thanks to Compulsion Soundlabs [https://www.pond5.com/royalty-free-music/item/146237470-indigenous-future] for sharing their musical talent, which you are hearing as the intro and outro music in this series! Subscribe [https://wtncast.podbean.com/feed/] for updates Email: wtncast@gmail.com Follow us on Apple Music [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-that-noise/id1364610122?mt=2] and Spotify [https://open.spotify.com/show/0SW489x40xOpZD2r4WbAQ0?si=RLJpmxeFTJmwkqQKAqeJpA]   Tommy and Al respectfully acknowledge that this show is recorded and produced on the traditional, unceded territories of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Chonnonton, and Lūnaapéewak peoples. London, Ontario, Canada is situated on their lands, a beautiful place that Tommy and Al are privileged to call home. Through this series, Tommy and Al aim to share their platform to create progressive, safe, and inclusive space to share the wisdoms, lessons, and experiences of Indigenous peoples from sea, to sea, to sea - in hopes of finding meaningful avenues to co-exist and function together online, in the spirit of love, courage, kindness, and reconciliation.
18. apr. 2023 - 35 min
episode One Feather Two Pens: Episode 4 - Netflix Filmmakers on Indigenous Media artwork
One Feather Two Pens: Episode 4 - Netflix Filmmakers on Indigenous Media
In our latest episode on One Feather, Two Pens we have the privilege and honor to chat with Mary Teegee [https://twitter.com/MaryTeegee] and Matt Smiley [https://twitter.com/mattsmiley?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor], the Directors of For Love [https://forlovefilm.com/] on Netflix. As an Indigenous woman and non-Indigenous man, Mary and Matt have worked closely together since before their powerful piece Highway of Tears [https://highwayoftearsfilm.com/watch]. The two reflect on their journeys, learnings, and discoveries together, which leads to a fascinating and important set of realizations and offerings about the promise of Indigenous media.  Gila’kasla! Follow us on Twitter: Wtncast [https://twitter.com/wtncast?lang=en] Follow your co-hosts: Tommy [https://wtncast.podbean.com/wtncast/episode/@whatsthatdata] | Al [https://twitter.com/thatalcoombsguy] | Lawrence [https://twitter.com/OneFeatherApp?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor] A very special thanks to Compulsion Soundlabs [https://www.pond5.com/royalty-free-music/item/146237470-indigenous-future] for sharing their musical talent, which you are hearing as the intro and outro music in this series! Subscribe [https://wtncast.podbean.com/feed/] for updates Email: wtncast@gmail.com Follow us on Apple Music [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-that-noise/id1364610122?mt=2] and Spotify [https://open.spotify.com/show/0SW489x40xOpZD2r4WbAQ0?si=RLJpmxeFTJmwkqQKAqeJpA]   Tommy and Al respectfully acknowledge that this show is recorded and produced on the traditional, unceded territories of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Chonnonton, and Lūnaapéewak peoples. London, Ontario, Canada is situated on their lands, a beautiful place that Tommy and Al are privileged to call home. Through this series, Tommy and Al aim to share their platform to create progressive, safe, and inclusive space to share the wisdoms, lessons, and experiences of Indigenous peoples from sea, to sea, to sea - in hopes of finding meaningful avenues to co-exist and function together online, in the spirit of love, courage, kindness, and reconciliation.
01. mar. 2023 - 39 min
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