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Jamie joins me to cover the best and worst of Ben Affleck, who has a curious history in Hollywood with his connections to intelligence. Affleck films span from great to horrible like few others: not many have cornered both markets of best and worst like BAFFLECK! Baffled about Affleck? Join us for BAFFLECKThe New Philosophy Course is here: https://marketplace.autonomyagora.com/philosophy101Orders for the Red Book are here: https://jaysanalysis.com/product/the-red-book-essays-on-theology-philosophy-new-jay-dyer-book/Orders for new book here: https://jaysanalysis.com/product/meta-narratives-essays-on-philosophy-symbolism-new-jay-dyer-book-pre-orders/
On the 294th episode of Piecing It Together, M.N. Miller joins me to talk about Tetris, the insane true(ish) story of the making of the classic videogame Tetris. Puzzle pieces include Argo, Little Miss Sunshine, Bridge of Spies and Stan & Ollie.As always, SPOILER ALERT for Tetris and the movies we discuss!Written by Noah PinkDirected by Jon S. BairdStarring Taron Egerton, Nikita Efremov, Toby Jones, Rick Yune, Ben MilesApplehttps://tv.apple.com/us/movie/tetris/umc.cmc.4evmgcam356pzgxs2l7a18d7bM.N. Miller is a film critic and writes for Ready Steady Cut.Check out Ready Steady Cut at https://readysteadycut.com/Follow M.N. Miller on Twitter @MNMillerFilmRevMy sixth album, MORE CONTENT is available NOW on iTunes, Bandcamp and all other digital music stores! Make sure to check it out!My latest music video “Blacklight" which you can watch at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqScAn_HaqMThe song at the end of the episode is a piece from a videogame I made music for years ago.Make sure to “Like” Piecing It Together on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PiecingPodAnd “Follow” us on Twitter @PiecingPodAnd Join the Conversation in our Facebook Group, Piecing It Together – A Movie Discussion Group.And check out https://www.piecingpod.com for more about our show!And if you want to SUPPORT THE SHOW, you can now sign up for our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bydavidrosenShare the episode, comment and give us feedback! And of course, SUBSCRIBE!And of course, don't forget to leave us a 5 star review on Goodpods, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Podchaser!Check out Awesome Movie Year at https://www.awesomemovieyear.comAnd most important of all… Keep going to the theater to see new movies!
Elizabeth Argo is the Youth Activities Coordinator for the Maryville Public Library. Last Saturday was the Children's Business Fair, where kids with an entrepreneurial drive see what it's like to come up with a product, write a business plan, create inventory, design and create their marketing plan, then present their products at the fair. This years fair brought in over six thousand dollars from over 30 participants. They also figured the sales tax after the fair to lend more realism to the event.
This week we discuss Docker's Business Model, the Stack Overflow's Sentiment Survey and ChatGPT use cases. Plus, some predictions about VR/AR headsets. Watch the YouTube Live Recording of Episode 406 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxvIBIzlmbM) Runner-up Titles Free isn't good enough I'm not that disconnected It's a presentation with yourself We still hate this Open Source Continuity Founder Magic Syntactic Sugar How cool do you feel, Tim Cook? 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(https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/containers/kubernetes-as-a-platform-vs-kubernetes-as-an-api-2/) Atlassian to Eliminate 500 Jobs in Latest Software Cutbacks (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-03-06/atlassian-will-eliminate-500-jobs-in-latest-software-cutbacks?leadSource=uverify%20wall&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axioslogin&stream=top#xj4y7vzkg) Even Slack has a ChatGPT app now (https://www.engadget.com/even-slack-has-a-chatgpt-app-now-154334452.html) The Pursuit of Shareholder Value: Cisco's Transformation from Innovation to Financialization (https://www.ineteconomics.org/research/research-papers/the-pursuit-of-shareholder-value-ciscos-transformation-from-innovation-to-financialization) Google I/O 2023 takes place on May 10th in front of a 'limited' in-person audience (https://www.engadget.com/google-io-2023-takes-place-on-may-10th-in-front-of-a-limited-in-person-audience-232154501.html) Datadog's software is down — and so is its stock (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/datadogs-software-is-down-and-so-is-its-stock-3d0dc2e6) Southwest lands on AWS as preferred cloud for modernization push (https://www.ciodive.com/news/Southwest-airlines-AWS-cloud-modernization/644510/) Microsoft says Bing has crossed 100 million daily active users | Engadget (https://www.engadget.com/microsoft-bing-crossed-100-million-daily-active-users-080138371.html) SCOOP: Stripe Is Raising $6 Billion to Resolve Taxes & Expiring Employee Shares, Delaying Public Listing (https://www.newcomer.co/p/scoop-stripe-is-raising-6-billion) After Stadia, Google's new gaming roadmap (https://www.axios.com/newsletters/axios-login-231e8237-d33a-4d1a-b810-5e2e729eff66.html?chunk=2&utm_term=emshare#story2) GM offers buyouts to 'majority' of U.S. salaried workers (https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/09/gm-buyouts-us-salaried-workers.html) Meta is building a decentralized, text-based social network (https://www.platformer.news/p/meta-is-building-a-decentralized?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email) VMware turns to containerization to improve virtual apps (https://www.theregister.com/2023/03/09/vmware_apps_on_demand/) Exclusive: Meta mulls a Twitter competitor codenamed ‘P92' that will be interoperable with Mastodon (https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/startup/meta-mulls-a-twitter-competitor-codenamed-p92-that-will-be-interoperable-with-mastodon-10223961.html?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axioslogin&stream=top) Oracle shares sink nearly 5% after third-quarter revenue miss (https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/09/oracle-shares-sink-nearly-5percent-after-third-quarter-revenue-miss.html) How Ahrefs Saved US$400M in 3 Years by NOT Going to the Cloud (https://tech.ahrefs.com/how-ahrefs-saved-us-400m-in-3-years-by-not-going-to-the-cloud-8939dd930af8) U.S. government steps in and says people with funds deposited at SVB will be able to access their money (https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/12/regulators-unveil-plan-to-stem-damage-from-svb-collapse.html) Joint Statement by the Department of the Treasury, Federal Reserve, and FDIC (https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy1337) GitLab loses one-third of its value after software company issues weak revenue forecast (https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/13/gitlab-gtlb-earnings-q4-2023.html) Hashi Stack To Break $1 Billion, With Profits, In Two Years (https://www.nextplatform.com/2023/03/10/hashi-stack-to-break-1-billion-with-profits-in-two-years/) Gowalla returns to see if location-based networking is ready for its mainstream moment (https://techcrunch.com/2023/03/10/gowalla-location-based-social-app/) Amazon's New Home Internet Service Announces New Details | Cord Cutters News (https://cordcuttersnews.com/amazons-new-home-internet-service-announces-new-details/) Grammarly's New AI Tool Can Do More Than Check Your Spelling (https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/grammarlys-new-ai-tool-can-do-more-than-check-your-spelling/) Google Cloud gives developers access to its foundation models (https://techcrunch.com/2023/03/14/google-cloud-gives-developers-access-to-its-foundation-models/) The inside story on Mountpoint for Amazon S3, a high-performance open source file client (https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/storage/the-inside-story-on-mountpoint-for-amazon-s3-a-high-performance-open-source-file-client/) Meta to Lay Off Another 10,000 Workers (https://www.nytimes.com/2023/03/14/technology/meta-facebook-layoffs.html) Zed raises $10M for a code editor built for collaboration (https://techcrunch.com/2023/03/15/zed-code-editor-raises-10m/) Apple is reportedly experimenting with language-generating AI (https://techcrunch.com/2023/03/16/apple-is-reportedly-experimenting-with-language-generating-ai/) Twitch CEO Emmett Shear is stepping down (https://techcrunch.com/2023/03/16/twitch-ceo-emmett-shear-is-stepping-down/) The Four Domains of Wasm (https://www.fermyon.com/blog/four-domains-wasm) Navigating SVB's new era (https://www.axios.com/newsletters/axios-pro-rata-3bd96e9e-2dbf-4d32-8008-30800f298ac7.html?chunk=0&utm_term=emshare#story0) Hewlett Packard Enterprise to acquire OpsRamp, advancing hybrid cloud leadership and expanding HPE GreenLake into IT Operations Management (https://www.hpe.com/us/en/newsroom/press-release/2023/03/hewlett-packard-enterprise-to-acquire-opsramp-advancing-hybrid-cloud-leadership-and-expanding-hpe-greenlake-into-it-operations-management.html) Proximus and Google Cloud to Deliver Sovereign Cloud Services in Belgium and Luxembourg (https://www.proximus.com/news/2023/20230315-disconnected-sovereign-cloud-platform.html) Netflix plans 40 more game releases in 2023 (https://www.axios.com/2023/03/20/netflix-40-video-games) Dragonfly - Dragonfly Is Production Ready (and we raised $21m) 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Let's Talk About Myths, Baby! A Greek & Roman Mythology Podcast
Liv speaks with Helen Lovatt, professor of Classics and author of a book all about the Argonauts! They talk about, well, the Argonauts and all the many varied versions of their story. Follow Helen on Twitter or check out her book, In Search of the Argonauts. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referencing the real thing. Attributions and licensing information for music used in the podcast can be found here: mythsbaby.com/sources-attributions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Spring is springing! And, before you go to your local Home Depot or nursery, get ready to learn the easiest ways to start homesteading! Whether you live in the city or the country with your homestead business bestie, Natalie Argo from @heyyitsagoodlife! In this short & sweet episode, you'll learn exactly what tools (and worms) you'll need to get started composting and your very own garden – from a plot of land, to an apartment balcony, Natalie is here to assure you that you can live a good gardening life and “bloom where you are planted.”Natalie's IG! & Hey It's A Good Life can be found HEREGo to Good Ranchers and use code CLARK to get free bacon for a year when you start a subscription PLUS a bonus $20 off your order today. Good Ranchers: American Meat Delivered.The SummitGo to https://www.NimiSkincare.com and use promo code ALEXCLARK to get 10% off your order. Looking for like-minded friends? Join the Cuteservative Facebook groupListen at 9 PM PST/ MIDNIGHT EASTERN every Thursday by subscribing to ‘The Spillover' on Apple Podcasts and Spotify ☕️✨ Watch this episode HERE.Support the show
On today's episode of Danger Close, Jack is joined by Landon Beach, Scott Brick, and Ray Porter for a discussion on Beach's latest thriller, Narrator, and the art of audiobook narration. About Ray Porter: Listeners will know Ray Porter as the voice of the Terminal List series. An acclaimed actor and narrator, Ray has provided the voice for hundreds of audiobooks, including the entire The Terminal List series. Ray has a decades-long career as an actor, spending nearly 20 years in Shakespearean productions. He has appeared in TV shows and movies including Modern Family, Sons of Anarchy, Argo, ER, Almost Famous, and recently in Zack Snyder's Justice League, starring as the villain Darkseid. You can learn more about Ray by following him on Instagram @the.ray.porter or on Twitter @Ray_Porter About Scott Brick: Scott Brick is an actor, writer, and award-winning audiobook narrator. He has won over 60 Earphone Awards, five Audie Awards, and five SOVAS Awards for voiceover. In the first five years of his career, he recorded 250 titles. Now, over 20 years in, Scott has narrated more than 900 audiobooks, including Jurassic Park, the Jack Reacher series, the Hunt for Red October, and Narrator. You can learn more about Scott at scottbrick.com About Landon Beach: Landon Beach is an author, former Naval Officer, and teacher. He is an award-winning novelist known for The Great Lakes Saga and Sunrise-Side Mystery series. The Great Lakes Saga consists of five novels: The Wreck, The Sail, The Cabin, The Hike, and The Bay, which is scheduled to release in July 2024. His private investigator series, Sunrise-Side Mystery, currently has two titles: Huron Breeze and Huron Nights. The next two novels in the series, The Blue Hour Sanction and Huron Sunrise, will be available later this year. Landon's critically acclaimed standalone psychological thriller, Narrator, was released last summer. Scott Brick narrated the audiobook. Before becoming a full-time author, Landon graduated from the United States Naval Academy and served as a Surface Warfare Officer. Following his service, Landon spent 15 years as an educator. You can learn more about Landon at landonbeachbooks.com SPONSORS: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! Danger Close Apparel: Check out the new Danger Close apparel. Protekt: Visit protekt.com/dangerclose to get 25% off while supplies last. Aimpoint: Visit https://aimpoint.us/promotions/2022/jackcarr/ and use code JACKCARR and receive a free signed hardcover of The Devil's Hand, the latest in the Terminal List Series. Featured Gear SIG: Today's featured gear segment is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Badass Work Bench Skippers Custom Leather Black Rifle Coffee Company Darn Tough Socks Official Jack Carr Merchandise Protekt Immunity SIG Sauer MPX
The second episode of the Film Club is on Argo, directed by Ben Affleck and released in 2012. Starring Affleck, as well as a host of Hollywood greats including Bryan Cranston, John Goodman, Alan Arkin and Kyle Chandler, this movie is rare in that it deals with America's relationship with Iran. Set during the Hostage Crisis of 1979/80, the Iranian Revolution has seen the US Embassy in Tehran stormed, and many hostages taken. Six Embassy staff escape and gain refuge in the Canadian Embassy, and the CIA has to get them out. Sounds serious? Well this film has plenty of humour too, and that's where Goodman and Arkin come to the fore.Ollie and distinguished director Tim Hewitt discuss the film, best performance, unlikeliest scene and legacy. We also chat Iranian cinema, disagree about Marisa Tomei, and indulge in a Kyle Chandler lovathon. Next up in the film club: Financial Crash double bill The Big Short and Margin Call.LinksOllie on TwitterTim on TwitterFilms discussedA SeparationThe PastThe SalesmanPersepolisTaxi TehranThe NightUnder the Shadow
This week's guest is James Romm, author of Demetrius: Sacker of Cities. James is an Ancient Historian and an expert in the period after the death of Alexander, when 5 families fought for control of his empire. Demetrius was one of them, and was a hugely attractive figure.Oliver and James chat about whether Alexander was murdered, Pyrrhus of Epirus and what would the ancient world would have looked like had Alexander had survived. We'd all be speaking Greek, no doubt.Coming up, the Film Club continues with Argo, directed by Ben Affleck. Please subscribe and rate and review if you can.James Romm LinksDemetrius: Sacker of CitiesGhost on the Throne: The Death of Alexander the Great and the Bloody Fight for his EmpireJames on TwitterAspects of History LinksAlexander the Great in the Dock - Aspects of HistoryOllie on Twitter
The bois discuss Kill Bill, The Hunt, Leonardo Dicaprio, Twister, Primer, Phantom Thread, and more!Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, Discord access, and more: https://www.patreon.com/therearetoomanymoviesMerch: https://www.toomanymovies.com/shopInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/therearetoomanymovies/TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@therearetoomanymoviesListen on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/7lwOlPvIGdlmr6XjnLIAkG?si=4e3d882515824466Subscribe on iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/there-are-too-many-movies/id1455789421Twitch:https://www.twitch.tv/therearetoomanymoviesTwitter:http://www.twitter.com/tatmmpod00:00 - Cold Open01:49 - Intro06:14 - My Own Private Idaho09:29 - Being There13:25 - The Hunt16:56 - Leonardo Dicaprio And Other BS23:47 - Twister25:23 - The Visit26:29 - Physical 10028:03 - Primer33:46 - I Am Legend35:24 - Tarantino Using the N Word41:30 - Argo45:13 - Phantom Thread48:08 - Tomb Raider49:43 - About Time51:04 - Antiviral53:33 - Kill Bill01:44:59 - Ranking Tarantino Movies01:47:10 - Is It Cinema?01:48:37 - DMT (Dumb Movie Title)01:49:24 - Guess The Budget01:49:55 - Outro
Upon the return to Nymora, the group picks up a tail. A mysterious figure approaches them and relays some pertinent information to the party, a human woman who informs the party that JM is safe and running with a slightly different company. They will reconvene at another time. Galahad and Shanks have a drinking contest that ends with Galahad as the victor and Hoshino with a great tale to tell. Zechs contacts Argo with the help of Glad who tells him that he said “not to worry and everything is fine” which immediately has him worried and knows full well that everything, in fact, is not fine. With Glad's help again he speaks to Natasha, Argo's second in command, and learns that Argo is en route to talk some sense into his friend and brother-in-arms, Antonius. Zechs informs a very buzzed Galahad and they discuss what this could mean for their mentors, and for the path that lies ahead for everyone. We finish with Galahad getting some clarity on a number of things from Bahamut. It's a troublesome road ahead but at least they'll have each other. Right? There's so much happening and that's where we pick up… Find out what happens next in this episode of the Medusa's Cascade: Collateral Damage! Theme Music is written and performed by The Floating Lighthouse Mixed by Thomas Lapierre III Check out the show at inbeon.com/themedusascascade
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Oceanographers are getting ready to go deep. They're deploying a network of sensors to explore the deepest parts of the oceans. The readings will help us understand more about our changing climate and the role of the oceans in storing heat. Deep Argo is an offshoot of Argo, a network of sensors that watch the top mile or so of the oceans. It consists of almost 4,000 probes deployed across the globe. Each one spends a few days underwater, recording temperature, salinity, and currents. It then pops to the surface and transmits its readings to a satellite before descending once again. So far, Argo has provided more than two million profiles of ocean conditions. But Argo studies only about half of the total volume of the world's oceans. The probes can't survive at greater depths. That means we don't fully understand how much heat is stored in the deep ocean, how it circulates, or how it's changing deep currents. And that's where Deep Argo comes in. Its probes are spheres made of glass, with a long tail to tell them when they've reached the bottom. They're designed to withstand the pressure at depths of up to four miles. Scientists have deployed almost 200 of them. They're aiming for a network of more than twelve hundred. The sensors will help improve computer models of ocean circulation and sea-ice melting. They'll also sharpen our understanding of how the air and oceans interact, improving not only climate models but weather forecasts—a practical advantage of going deep.
Jeff Foulk developed Argo in 2018, a clever little app that crosses the use of navigational guidance with social networking for boater safety. But it never really garnished much attention until five years later, when his daughter Megan turned to TikTok. Now it's about the most in-demand boating app there is. This is their story. Subscribe to Power & Motoryacht magazine at pmymag.com/subscribe Subscribe to our FREE newsletter
Melodies N' Memories: The Podcast | Show NotesEpisode 155: We welcome Charlie Argo. Charlie has come a long way since he started singing in Church, this Alabama Native has been grinding in Nashville & working hard towards his craft. tonight, we are honored to discuss the Melodies and Memories that make up Their journey, Catch up on Charlie Argo's journey and Connect His Melodies & Memories with Melodies n' Memories: Music Media Help Support & Grow the PodcastOur Patreon is what keeps the show going, we have tiers starting as low as $1, & Save When you sign up for a full year!Find Your Tier Today!https://www.patreon.com/melodiesnmemoriesShow Links:WEBSITEINSTAGRAMYOUTUBESPOTIFYSponsor Links:Arlo RevolutionPODDECKSOne Tree PlantedGuest Links: CHARLIEARGOMUSIC.COMFACEBOOKINSTAGRAMSupport the show
In the first of a new series of bonus episodes, the Aspects of History Film Club discusses Lincoln, directed by Steven Spielberg with friend of the show Director Tim Hewitt. Released more than ten years ago, it won Daniel Day Lewis his third Oscar for Best Actor. With a host of acting talent including Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, Jared Harris and Gloria Reuben, the film covers the political machinations that led to the 13th Amendment, to the Constitution of the United States to abolish slavery.We discuss Most Unlikely Scene, Best Performance and Legacy, as well as veering off on a few tangents involving Jared Harris, other Civil War films, The West Wing and a small homage to John Sayles' Lone Star (1996).Next film in the club: Argo (2012)LinksIMDB LincolnBook on which the film is based: Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, by Doris Kearns GoodwinTim Hewitt on TwitterOllie on TwitterEmail Ollie - email@example.com
Today we're speaking with Joan D'Argo who is the CEO of Dare to Shine Coaching and helps coaches, healers, and visionary entrepreneurs have unshakable confidence to create or expand their dream healing business. We had a great conversation about the wisdom and flow found in tapping into your higher consciousness - or what Joan calls, your Wise Woman within!Joan is the creator of the Wise Woman Method, and a key step in her methodology is the initiation into your Wise Woman Within. Once activated, your innate wisdom, power, and purpose become crystal clear, and your gifts are easily expressed.Joan's next 8-week program Stand Confident in Your Light Using the Wise Woman Method begins April 4, 2023You can discover what Wise Woman Archetype you embody by taking her free quiz: wisewomanquiz.com To learn more, go to https://www.joandargo.com-This is the podcast and leader's community for heart-centered women with a big vision and drive to make a difference in the world!This show is for you if you're ready to create rapid results and FLOW in your life, business, or career.Show host, CJ Rivard, brings over 25 years in executive leadership to contribute practical business and leadership advice combined with personal growth strategies, energy alignment, and manifestation techniques - to help conscious female leaders, business owners, and entrepreneurs live their most expansive, and abundant life.Join us weekly for actionable tips and insights from CJ and our incredible guest experts, to help you create aligned success.-If you'd like to be a part of the Inspired WAVE movement and lock arms with other Women of Action, Vision & continuous Evolution, join us in our FREE Facebook group! It's a private and safe space for women to learn, support, and encourage each other in the pursuit of their big vision. Click the link and join now!
In this week's news roundup, we talk about the SEC staking announcement, Kazakh Mining & Ordinal Theory. Matt Kimmell: https://twitter.com/MatthewKimmell Will Foxley: https://twitter.com/wsfoxley STORIES https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2023/02/07/kazakhstans-president-signs-legislation-to-limit-energy-usage-of-crypto-mining/ https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2023/02/09/kraken-agreed-to-shutter-crypto-staking-operations-to-settle-sec-charges-source/ https://cointelegraph.com/news/argo-ceo-follows-resignation-trend-after-company-acquisition-by-galaxy-digital https://mempool.space/mining TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Start 01:27 Staking go bye bye 05:08 Kazakhstan energy limit 08:34 Argo CEO resigns 11:23 Ordinals 20:37 ETH vs BTC NFTs MINE Start mining your own bitcoins with Compass. https://bit.ly/3CehBf1 WATCH https://youtube.com/c/CompassMining?sub_confirmation=1 LISTEN Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/3fNfrdi Spotify https://spoti.fi/3tSf9G1 Amazon https://amzn.to/3557cqg Anchor https://bit.ly/3rmb7UF Fountain https://bit.ly/3NeNTec RSS https://bit.ly/3chpULV LEARN Every week, Compass sends a memo to over 18,000 professional miners and investors with the most important news and data in cryptocurrency mining. Get the free newsletter in your inbox too: https://bit.ly/3vOGzxD FOLLOW Twitter: https://twitter.com/compass_mining LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/compassmining
Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Bitcoin is down slightly at $23,125 Ethereum is down slightly at $1,672 Binance Coin is up slightly at $330 The Sandbox. Up 20% SBF appeals judge's decision to reveal bail co-signers. FTX lawyers billed $7.5M in November. Argo blockchain mines 14% more BTC in Jan, than in Dec. Bank of England asks public for comments on digital pound. Sandbox up on Saudi Arabia news. Coinbase PM Ishan Wahi first insider in crypto history to admit guilt in an insider trading case. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Bryan Lee Cranston was born on March 7, 1956 in Hollywood, California, to Audrey Peggy Sell, a radio actress, and Joe Cranston, an actor and former amateur boxer. His maternal grandparents were German, and his father was of Irish, German, and Austrian-Jewish ancestry. He was raised in the Canoga Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, and also stayed with his grandparents, living on their poultry farm in Yucaipa. Cranston's father walked out on the family when Cranston was eleven, and they did not see each other again until 11 years later, when Cranston and his brother decide to track down their father. Cranston is known for his roles as Walter White on the AMC crime drama Breaking Bad (2008), Hal on the Fox situation comedy Malcolm in the Middle (2000), and Dr. Tim Whatley on five episodes of the NBC situation comedy Seinfeld (1989). For his role on "Breaking Bad", he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series four times (2008-2010, 2014), including three consecutive wins. After becoming one of the producers during the series' fourth and fifth seasons, he also won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series twice. In June 2014, Cranston won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play for his portrayal of Lyndon B. Johnson in the play "All the Way" on Broadway. He reprised the role of Lyndon Johnson in the television adaptation All the Way (2016), which earned him widespread praise by critics. For the biographical drama Trumbo (2015), he earned widespread acclaim and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor. Cranston also appeared in several acclaimed films, such as Saving Private Ryan (1998), Little Miss Sunshine (2006), Drive (2011), Argo (2012) and Godzilla (2014). In 2019, he starred with Kevin Hart in the box office hit The Upside (2017). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James Argo had been making BBQ sauce for years when a friend finally convinced him he could sell it. With a little bit of trial and error, Oconee Gold BBQ sauce was born and became a great side-hustle for James. It wasn’t until his position at a corporate job was terminated, that he decided to turn this hobby into a full-time stream of income. He took advantage of the opportunities he was presented and is now paying his bills while doing something he’s truly passionate about. His dedication to getting the brand in every grocery store is proof that you can phase out of your W2 job if you’re focused on a product or service you love.
MotorTrend's Ed Loh & Jonny Lieberman sit down with actor Titus Welliver! Titus talks about his father's A-list dinner parties with the likes of Muhammad Ali, Miles Davis, John Lennon, Ringo, & Joe Frazier; where his love for cars began, his early road to acting, America's fascination with crime dramas, landing the role of Harry Bosch, his first splurge car, the Porsche experience, the first EV for the Welliver family, and his love for comics & sci-fi! Titus also discusses his first ever role, his dad's advice after an episode of Beverley Hills 90210, Deadwood, The Town, Gone Baby Gone, Argo, The Mandalorian, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Bosch Legacy Season 2, and more!
Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky, arcs across the south tonight. And if you live in the far southern latitudes of the United States — south of about Phoenix or Atlanta — the second-brightest star sneaks into view as well. Canopus rises about 10 p.m., and stands due south an hour or two later. It's just a few degrees above the horizon. It's so bright, though, that you shouldn't have much trouble spotting it. Canopus is the brightest star of Carina, the keel. The constellation represents the bulk of the Argo, the ship that carried Jason and the Argonauts on their adventures. Canopus may be named for a sailor from another vessel from mythology. According to the story, Canopus was the helmsman for Menelaus, the king of Sparta. Canopus piloted the boat on an expedition to retrieve the king's wife, Helen of Troy. On the way back, a storm blew the boat off course, and it landed in Egypt. When Canopus went ashore, he was bitten by a cobra and died. Helen and Menelaus buried him, and Menelaus established a town there. He named both the town and a bright star that was in the sky then in the helmsman's honor. That star looks only about half as bright as Sirius. But that's only because of its greater distance — it's more than 300 light-years away, compared to nine light-years for Sirius. If you lined them up at the same distance, Canopus would shine more than 500 times brighter. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
Jamie McShane talks "Wednesday", acting for the long haul, and that time a casting director didn't mean to call him in! About Jamie: Jamie McShane stars in Tim Burton's smash-hit Netflix series Wednesday. The show spins off the iconic Addams Family series, following Wednesday Addams (played by Jenna Ortega) and is written by Al Gough & Miles Millar. Jamie plays Sheriff Galpin, who has a vendetta against the Addams family. Jamie is often recognized for his role as Eric O'Bannon in Netflix thriller Bloodline (from Damages creators Glenn Kessler, Daniel Zelman & Todd A. Kessler), starring alongside Ben Mendelsohn, Kyle Chandler and Sissy Spacek. He played the long-time friend and partner-in-crime of "Danny" (Mendelsohn). In film, Jamie appears in David Fincher's Oscar Nominated Netflix film Mank, about famed Hollywood screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz (played by Gary Oldman) who co-wrote Citizen Kane with Orson Welles. This marks Jamie's second collaboration with David Fincher as they had previously worked together in Fincher's thriller Gone Girl. Other feature credits include ARGO (multiple Oscar winner, including Best Picture), Marvel's The Avengers, Marvel's Thor, Dan Gilroy's Nightcrawler, Hostage, Gridiron Gang, and Pride and Glory. Jamie was also the lead of Busman's Holiday, an independent film and passion project that shot in Ireland, Norway, Italy, India, Tanzania and Australia. The film was ultimately distributed by Amazon. Jamie has appeared in over 250 episodes of television. Highlights include a Series Regular role in FOX thriller The Passage, based on Justin Cronin's best-selling fantasy book trilogy. Jamie recurred across season one of David E Kelley & Michael Connelly's hit Netflix drama The Lincoln Lawyer. He starred in USA Network's limited series Unsolved, chronicling the police investigations into the murders of rap stars Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. He recurred across season one of the CSI: Vegas reboot as the lead villain. Other recurring roles include CBS military drama Seal Team, Amazon's hit detective drama Bosch, TNT's critically acclaimed police-drama Southland, as well as an emotionally charged arc as Irish Gunrunner Cameron Hayes in FX's hit Sons of Anarchy. Born and raised in northern New Jersey, Jamie is a life-long athlete excelling in numerous sports, especially hockey and tennis. He's played in numerous tournaments and spent time as an instructor. He also received his black-belt in Tae Kwondo. Jamie earned his BA in English at the University of Richmond. Following graduation he backpacked throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. For the decade following his return, he would stumble all over New York City doing play after play, eventually landing roles in Indie films. During this time Jamie wrote a book of poetry and some children's stories, and worked full-time in his family's business selling and fixing microscopes. Jamie eventually relocated to Los Angeles, where he now lives. Follow the show on social media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfci_podcast Facebook: http://facebook.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/ Join the discord community: https://discord.gg/XWX2VGXH YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXj8Rb1bEmhufSBFSCyp4JQ Theme Music by Andrew Skrabutenas Producers: Jillian Clare & Susan Bernhardt Channel: Realm For more information, go to thanksforcominginpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dave Warren is the Owner and Managing Partner at Dave Warren Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in New York. He has 30 years of experience in the retail automotive space specializing in advertising, budgeting, inventory management, leadership, and marketing. Dave is also the Owner of Argo of Westfield, which offers ATVs, XTVs, and UTVs, Bintelli of Westfield, selling street legal electric vehicles, and Krown of Westfield, providing vehicle rust protection services. In this episode… What can car dealerships expect from the market in 2023? How can you adapt to changing market conditions? The used car market has experienced many changes over the last couple of years. There has been an increase in competition, a shortage of inventory, and changing consumer preferences. To stay ahead of the curve and drive sales, it's essential that dealerships implement more efficient marketing strategies, remain agile, and provide valuable customer experiences. In this episode of the InsideAuto Podcast, Ilana Shabtay is joined by Dave Warren, the Owner and Managing Partner at Dave Warren Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, to talk about how he adapts his dealership to the fluctuating market. They also discuss future projections for the used car market and how to get salespeople more engaged in driving used car sales.
In our second to last episode of the season, we make up for lost time by covering 5 HUGE films from the Fall 2012 slate. Including a Disney classic, TWO Oscar winners, a franchise staple and... Cloud AtlasHosted By: Thomas Adams and Nick HoffmanTheme Song By: Kyle KingTwitter: @DecadePodFacebook: Back To The DecadeEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgWe Made This on Twitter: @wemadethispodwww.wemadethispod.com
Silvergate Bank hits some rough water and lays off staff, Marathon pays off revolving credit line, Core Scientific parts ways with Celsius, and Argo restructures its debt. Matt Kimmell: https://twitter.com/MatthewKimmell Will Foxley: https://twitter.com/wsfoxley STORIES https://www.coindesk.com/business/2023/01/05/silvergate-cuts-40-jobs-writes-off-diem-asset-acquisition/ https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/crypto-miner-core-scientific-to-shut-37-000-celsius-rigs-1.1865410 https://www.coindesk.com/business/2023/01/05/bitcoin-miner-marathon-digital-pays-off-silvergate-revolving-credit/ https://finance.yahoo.com/news/argo-blockchain-plc-announces-transformational-070000486.html https://mempool.space/mining TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Start 01:30 Silvergate & Genesis 05:34 Marathon 07:23 Core Scientific & Celsius 11:51 Argo Blockchain MINE Start mining your own bitcoins with Compass. https://bit.ly/3CehBf1 WATCH https://youtube.com/c/CompassMining?sub_confirmation=1 LISTEN Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/3fNfrdi Spotify https://spoti.fi/3tSf9G1 Amazon https://amzn.to/3557cqg Anchor https://bit.ly/3rmb7UF Fountain https://bit.ly/3NeNTec RSS https://bit.ly/3chpULV LEARN Every week, Compass sends a memo to over 18,000 professional miners and investors with the most important news and data in cryptocurrency mining. Get the free newsletter in your inbox too: https://bit.ly/3vOGzxD FOLLOW Twitter: https://twitter.com/compass_mining LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/compassmining
Over the past five years, Intuit went through a total cloud transformation—they closed the data centers, built out a modern SaaS development environment, and got cloud native with foundational building blocks like containers and Kubernetes. Now they are looking to continue transforming into an AI-driven organization that leverages the data they have to make their customers' lives easier. Along the way, they realized that their internal systems have the same requirements to leverage the data they have for AI-driven insights. Episode notesWadher notes that Intuit uses development velocity, not developer velocity. The thinking is that an engineering org should focus on shipping products and features faster, not making individual devs more productive. No, the robots aren't coming for your jobs. Wadher says their AI strategy relies on helping experts make better insights. The goal is to arm those experts, not replace them. In terms of sheer volume, the AI/ML program at Intuit is massive. They make 58 billion ML predictions daily, enable 730 million AI-driven customer interactions every year, and maintain over two million personalized AI models. Intuit's not here to hoard secrets. They've outsourced their DevOps pipeline tool, Argo. They found that a lot of companies used it for AI and data pipelines, and have recently launched Numaproj, which open sources a lot of the tools and capabilities that they use internally. Congrats to Lifeboat badge winner Bill Karwin for their answer to Understanding MySQL licensing.
Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo (b. 1978, Bandung, Indonesia) is an artist based in Bandung, Indonesia who received his Bachelor's Degree in Painting from Bandung Institute of Technology (2001) and a Master's in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins (2005). Sunaryo is interested in the utilization of resin as a medium that captures minerals, pigments, and other particles in various states of flux within a sense of stasis. Working initially with more industrial pigments, he has more recently worked with volcanic ash, perishable food ingredients, as well as crude palm oil and converted them into his own distinctive pigments. Sunaryo's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions in Southeast Asia, Europe, the UK, and USA, including No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia (2014) at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA. Selected solo exhibitions include Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo: New Paintings (2021) at Art Basel OVR: Portals presentation by ROH Projects; ARGO (2019) at Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK; after taste (2017) at Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney, Australia; Silent Salvo (2015) at ARNDT Gallery, Berlin, Germany; and group shows include External Entrails (2022) at Silverlens New York, New York, USA; IRL (2020) at Art Basel OVR: 2020; Ripples: Continuity in Indonesian Contemporary Art (2019) at Taipei Dangdai, Taiwan; These Painter's Painters (2018) at ROH Projects, Jakarta, Indonesia; iris (2018) at Silverlens Galleries, Manila, Philippines; ω (2017) at Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong; Biennale Jogja XIV: Age of Hope (2017) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Constituent Concreteness (2017) at Mizuma Gallery, Singapore; Lines of Flight (2017) at Gallery Exit, Hong Kong; Lompat Pagar/Crossing Borders (2015) at National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia; Marcel Duchamp in Southeast Asia (2012), Equator Art Project, Gillman Barracks, Singapore; and Manifesto (2008), National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. Sunaryo was nominated as a Finalist for Best Emerging Artist using Painting by the Prudential Eye Awards in 2015; and a Finalist in the Sovereign Asia Art Prize in 2010. Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo. Liniresin (Bongkah #1), 2009-2022. Pigmented resin. Variable dimension. Installation shot at Silverlens New York. Courtesy of The Artist, ROH and Silverlens. Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo, Liniresin (Sawit #3), 2022. Palm oil charcoal, fiber and pigmented resin mounted on wooden panel. 200 x 200 x 5,5 cm. Courtesy of The Artist and ROH. External Entrails, 2022-2023. Installation shot at Silverlens New York. Courtesy of The Artist, ROH and Silverlens.
TechCrunch Startups – Spoken Edition
Galaxy plans to acquire Argo's bitcoin mining facility Helios for $65 million and provide a $35 million loan amid the miner's restructuring.
This week Marty and Matt discuss: - Another reminder to protect yourself if you used lastpass - SBF “$250M bond” was BS - Bitfarms CEO resigns - Gemini users file class action lawsuit - Samourai v0.99.98g - BTCPay v1.7.3 - JAM now available on most major node packages - FROSTR multisig nostr - Twitter Data Breach - US Housing Chart - Energy and Mining Week in Nashville - Free Open Source Contributor Tickets to Bitcoin 2023 - Demand response affecting hashrate - Argo sells Helios site to Galaxy for $65m and gets a $35m line of asic backed credit from Galaxy 10:19 - Marty visited Pubkey 15:21 - The year of self custody 32:54 - Gemini class-action 34:00 - Dashboard 35:41 - Did miners save Texas from the arctic blast? 45:52 - Heating the house with miners 54:09 - Defending from infrastructure failure 1:03:44 - Mining summit in Nashville 1:04:50 - Galaxy acquires Argo Helios 1:10:27 - Reminder to protect yourself from LastPass breach 1:17:22 - SBF bullshit bond 1:22:00 - Stay humble and stack sats 1:24:32 - Bitfarms new CEO 1:28:40 - Boostagrams 1:31:32 - Samourai v0.99.98g 1:34:25 - BTCPayserver, same as last week 1:34:52 - JAM 1:37:16 - FROSTR 1:42:16 - Twitter data breach 1:48:17 - US housing market 1:53:37 - Open source tickets for Bitcoin 2023 1:58:24 - Closing the year Shoutout to our sponsors: Unchained Capital Braiins Upstream Data Blockstream IVPN Coinkite
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Synopsis In the hands of a great performer, the violin can sing with the personality and intensity of a great opera singer. Pyrotechnics may dazzle, but nothing moves an audience as much as when a great violinist "sings" through his instrument. On today's date in 1896, a French audience in Nancy must has been so moved when the great violinist Eugène Ysaÿe gave the first performance of this music: the Poème for Violin and Orchestra by Ernest Chausson. In addition to famous artists like Manet and Degas, Chausson counted among his friends many of the great musicians of his day, including the great violinist Ysäye. Although they admired his work, Chausson was not always appreciated by the public. But when Ysaÿe premiered Chausson's Poème in Paris in 1897, the applause went on and on. Used to just the opposite reaction, Chausson was stunned by his success, and, while thanking Ysaye profusely, kept repeating to himself: "I just can't believe it!" Two modern-day violinists, Joshua Bell and Pamela Frank, were the inspiration for this songful contemporary work by Aaron Jay Kernis. Titled Air for Violin, it was originally composed for violin and piano, and premiered in 1995 by Joshua Bell. The following year, Pamela Frank and the Minnesota Orchestra premiered a new version of Air for violin and orchestra. Music Played in Today's Program Ernest Chausson (1855-1899) Poème, Op. 25 Isaac Stern, violin; Orchestre de Paris; Daniel Barenboim, conductor. CBS/Sony 64501 Aaron Jay Kernis (b. 1960) Air for Violin Minnesota Orchestra; David Zinman, conductor. Argo 460 226
We have the writer for the new movie, Jeepers Creepers Reborn, Mr. Sean-Michael Argo! In this all new episode, we dive into how he got into writing, and the persistence involved with getting Jeepers Creepers. Mr. Argo is a fan of the franchise and wanted do justice to this creature with great potential. He talks about everything involved with separating this new take on the franchise, from it's controversial predecessors. Hear about the stylistic choices he brought to the table, and a peek at the proposed future for Jeepers Creepers. Links To Mention: https://www.facebook.com/seanmichael.argo https://seanargo.wordpress.com/ https://twitter.com/SeanMichaelArgo https://www.instagram.com/seanmichaelargo/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/moosemediainc https://twitter.com/MooseMediainc https://electronicmediacollective.com/moose/
Bienvenid@s a quincuagésimo sexto capítulo de Arqueología Nintendo! El título de este programa no es otro que "NINTENDO Y LA ARROGANCIA MALINTERPRETADA (Y EMERSON, LAKE AND PALMER)". En este capítulo vamos a centrarnos en un episodio muy concreto en la historia de la Super Nintendo en Estados Unidos. Un episodio que dio como resultado la creación de la típica garantía de 90 días que hoy en día existe en EEUU para todo producto electrónico. Para esto, contaremos con la ayuda de un invitado de lujo: Angelo Nigro, del canal de YouTube Hoy Te Hablo De. Ah! Y antes de empezar con este tema acerca de la garantía, tengo varias cosas que contaros, algunas más interesantes que otras: Emerson Lake and Palmer, Resumen Anual del Podcast, Nintendo Singapur y el Sorteo del Super Woden GP!! Como veréis, un capítulo muy curioso e interesante... no os lo podéis perder! Respecto al sorteo, en primer lugar, felicidades al ganador: Ricardo Garces!! En relación a los participantes, aquí está la lista completa: TALlopis, Javier Raimundez, Bewadh Killer, Juantaroh, Dark One, Angel Vazquez, PresstartCook, Ricardo Garces, Javier Gallego, Iaiofriki, Camyko de la Pradera, Javier Quero, Hora de Los Marcianitos, Toni Moreno, Ichi, Carlos Hernando, Srtrec, Anonimo 1, Anonimo 2, Omar Rodriguez, Israel Belchi, Alberto Villa, Diego Rendo, Rafael, Yoni Terrori, Francisco José Grau, Sersio25, Retro Atrapado, Jordi Pascua, Alvaro Pina, Manuel Jesus Cejas, Rarkahan, Sergio Alonso, Dimitri Cop, MikeCD, Ikki_Fenix, Joaquin Buj, Biperillas, Paco Doñas, Isaac Mayoral, Argo, Dominique, Gabriel. Gracias a todos!!! :D No olvidéis dejarnos vuestros comentarios y sugerencias: Mail: email@example.com Twitter: @PodcastNintendo
Berlin [00:24] "Masquerade" Pleasure Victim Geffen Records GHS 2036 1983 Some classic nouvelle vague, very LA style. Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson [04:33] "Pancho & Lefty" Pancho & Lefty Epic FE 37958 1982 What the hell is up with the intro?! Anywho, pretty decent pass at the Townes Van Zandt classic. And these gentlemen let Townes appear as a federale in the accompanying video (https://youtu.be/UoKvUYbGu7A). The Knitters [09:18] "The New World" Poor Little Critter on the Road Slash 25310-1 1985 Well, since there was an election just recently, this seems like the one to go with. Margaret Whiting [12:15] "Gentle on My Mind" Pop Country London Records PS-527 1967 A snappy rendition of this John Hartford-penned number made popular by Glen Campbell. False [16:23] "A Victual for Our Dead Selves" Portent Gilead Media relic110 2019 Some blackened metal from this former Minneapolis combo. Ahmad Jamal [27:13] "Ahmad's Blues" Portfolion of Ahmad Jamal Argo LP 2638 1959 Recorded live at the Spotlite Club in Washington DC in September of 1958, featuring Ahmad on keys, Israel Crosby on bass, and Vernel Fournier on drums. Fun fact: Argo was a subsidiary of Chess Records. The Undertones [32:11] "It's Going to Happen" Positive Touch Harvest ST-12159 / Ardeck ST-12159 1981 A bit of a change in direction for the Northern Ireland lads. And I would say in a good way. It's always interesting when bands progress their sound. Feargal still sounds as distinctive as ever. During their appearance on Top of the Pops for this single, guitarist Damian O'Neill wore a black armband to mark the recent passing of Bobby Sands. Bongwater [35:47] "Bedazzled" The Power of Pussy Shimmy Disc shimmy 040 1990 Originally recorded by Dremble Wedge and the Vegetation (https://youtu.be/JXnoWb88Jr4). Just kidding, it's a Dudley Moore tune performed by Peter Cook in the 1967 Stanley Donen film Bedazzled. Deftly handled by Ann Magnuson, Kramer, Dave Rick, and David Licht. Earth Wind & Fire [38:32] "Fall in Love with Me" Powerlight Columbia TC 38367 1983 Track one, side one solid dancer with a heckuva guitar solo. Powerlight was the bands 12th studio album and certified gold. This song was released as single and made it to number 17 on the Hot 100. Iron Maiden [45:32] "Flash of the Blade" Powerslave Capitol Records SJ-12321 1984 The epicly epic album from my favorite band when I was a teenager. I caught them at Radio City Music Hall on this tour, with opening act Queensryche. You've never seen so much spandex and leather and hair. And then there was my nerdy self. Anywho, evidently this song made it into Dario Argento's Phenomena. Krallice [49:37] "Conflagration" Prelapsarian Gilead Media relic92 2017 Blackened goodness straight outta Queens. Pretenders [57:22] "Talk of the Town" Pretenders II Sire SRK 3572 1981 Got this one for my 13th birthday. This is an edited version of the 1980 single purportedly about Chrissie and Ray Davies. Music behind the DJ: "Slow Poke" by Lawrence Welk
Don't Kill the Messenger with movie research expert Kevin Goetz
Kevin is joined by Academy Award-winning film editor, William Goldenberg. William Goldenberg, EditorWilliam (Billy) Goldenberg is an award-winning editor who has worked on over 20 films and television shows. His numerous awards include the BAFTA and the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for Argo. Goldenberg also received Oscar nominations for his editing work on Seabiscuit, The Insider, Zero Dark Thirty, and The Imitation Game. He has worked closely with award-winning directors Michael Mann, Ben Affleck, and Kathryn Bigelow.And the Oscar goes to… (2:25)Billy talks about what it was like being nominated for the Academy Award for Editing for two films in the same year, Zero Dark Thirty and Argo. Goldenberg recounts how it was the most nerve-wracking thing that has ever happened to him. He talks about winning for Argo and his acceptance speech, focusing on the microphone to blur out the stars in the front row and how he has not been able to re-watch the speech.Learning to take criticism (8:19)Kevin asks Billy to talk about his mentor, Michael Kahn. Billy tells the story about how he took over for Kahn on the film Alive and the process of editing and re-editing on film. Kahn taught Billy a valuable lesson on how to take criticism and react positively.Working with directors (16:16)Billy and Kevin discuss what it takes to be a successful editor in Hollywood, and they delve into the process of what it is like to be in the editing room with such award-winning directors as Michael Mann and Ben Affleck. Goldenberg relates a story about going back and forth with Michael Mann while working on the film Ali.Length vs. Pace (19:30)Kevin brings up a vital concept in film editing, pace. The pair discuss the difference between the length of a film and the pace of the film and how it relates to how the audience reacts to a movie. Billy talks about being in the editing room with Ben Affleck for Gone Baby Gone and working on the pace and length of the film.Film school and early work (31:22)Billy talks about switching from medical school to film school and how he wanted to be an editor from early on. He talks about his first job as a PA and one of his first jobs as an assistant editor on Steven Spielberg's film Always. How Bradley Cooper changed Argo (40:10)Kevin asks Billy to talk about his most memorable audience testing experience. Billy recounts multiple test screenings for Argo and how feedback from Bradley Cooper led to a significant change in the film that resulted in fantastic testing results.Host: Kevin GoetzGuest: William GoldenbergProducer: Kari CampanoFor more information about William Goldenberg:IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0325549/For more information about Kevin Goetz:Website: www.KevinGoetz360.comAudienceology Book: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Audience-ology/Kevin-Goetz/9781982186678Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @KevinGoetz360Linked In @Kevin GoetzScreen Engine/ASI Website: www.ScreenEngineASI.com
Argo's fat finger bankruptcy announcement retracted, Core Scientific gets a fresh cash injection and Bitmain releases new firmware but does it really make your miner more profitable? Matt Kimmell: https://twitter.com/MatthewKimmell Will Foxley: https://twitter.com/wsfoxley STORIES https://www.theblock.co/post/194747/bitcoin-mining-report-argo-blockchain-tumbles-38-after-bankruptcy-gaffe https://bitcoinmagazine.com/business/core-scientific-lender-72-million-bailout https://twitter.com/BITMAINtech/status/1602665283768188929 https://mempool.space/mining TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Start 01:11 Argo leak update 03:01 Core Scientific 04:59 Bitmain firmware update MINE Start mining your own bitcoins with Compass. https://bit.ly/3CehBf1 WATCH https://youtube.com/c/CompassMining?sub_confirmation=1 LISTEN Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/3fNfrdi Spotify https://spoti.fi/3tSf9G1 Amazon https://amzn.to/3557cqg Anchor https://bit.ly/3rmb7UF Fountain https://bit.ly/3NeNTec RSS https://bit.ly/3chpULV LEARN Every week, Compass sends a memo to over 18,000 professional miners and investors with the most important news and data in cryptocurrency mining. Get the free newsletter in your inbox too: https://bit.ly/3vOGzxD FOLLOW Twitter: https://twitter.com/compass_mining LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/compassmining
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. Main Street, Didsbury, Alberta.1900 @Batchelorshow #Canada: Bountiful Alberta's oil: heavy as well as light, . Judy Baker, Geologist and CEO Argo Gold. USA: ARBTF. Canada:ARQ. ArgoGold.com, https://argogold.com/investors/
Ehemalige Softwareentwickler von Argo AI klagen über Arbeitsmangel. „Wir sitzen herum,“ heißt es. Volkswagen hatte den Beschäftigten andere Versprechungen gemacht. *** Hier geht's zu unserem Abo-Angebot für unsere Morning Briefing Leser: https://www.handelsblatt.com/mehrerfahren
Uncovering The Corners Of The World
Have you ever tried sandboarding? We grab our sandboards and surf the tallest sand dunes in North America at Great Sand Dunes National Park. Next, we search for gold at Argo Gold Mill and Tunnel. Lastly, we spend a few hours perusing comic books at Mile High Comics Megastore.
Synopsis On today's date in 1895, Gustav Mahler conducted the Berlin Philharmonic in the first complete performance of his own Symphony No. 2. Mahler's Second is often called the "Resurrection" symphony, as the work includes a choral setting of the Resurrection Ode of the 18th-century German poet Klopstock, but Mahler himself gave his symphony no such title. In a letter to his wife, Mahler confided that his Second Symphony "was so much all of a piece that it can no more be explained than the world itself." And like the world, music is often full of surprising transitions! The American composer Paul Schoenfield quotes a dramatic passage of Mahler's Second in his concerto for piccolo trumpet and orchestra titled Vaudeville. In live performances, the sudden juxtaposition of Mahler and the Brazilian tune Tico-Tico always gets a laugh—which is just what Schoenfield intended. "I often suffer from depression," says Schoenfield, "and once, when I was feeling pretty low, a friend of mind suggested I try writing something happy and upbeat to see if that would help. Vaudeville was the result. I don't know if it helped me, but people say when they hear it, it makes them feel better. The music of other composers I respect has that effect on me, and I'm glad if "Vaudeville has that effect on others." Music Played in Today's Program Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) Symphony No. 2 (Resurrection) London Symphony; Gilbert Kaplan, conductor. Conifer 51337 Paul Schoenfield (b. 1947) Vaudeville New World Symphony; John Nelson, conductor. Argo 440 212
Hi, everybody, I'm back! It's me, your pal Count Vacula, with a brand-new No Filter with Count Vacula!I think you'll have a lot of fun meeting today's guest! His name is Ray Porter, and he's an actor and voice artist who's performed in all kinds of cool things! Ray has been in TV shows and movies your grown-up might have seen, like Frasier, and Argo, and Zack Snyder's Justice League—and he's been in some that you might have seen, like Curious George, and The Little Engine That Could, and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody! He's also narrated hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of audiobooks, so he's really good at doing lots of different voices and accents.To show me how he does it, Ray did a cool dragon voice, and then I did a giant's voice—and then we talked about how it's really fun to imagine how other people (or monsters!) might sound, but that you can never really tell just by looking at them. Even if someone seems scary, they could actually be a really kind person (or monster)! Something Ray and I have in common is that we both love stories! Something we don't have in common is that I like to listen to them, and he likes to read them out loud and perform them—and that's a really fun difference to have! Ray gets to record books, and I get to go and listen to them whenever I want. How cool is that?We talked about cardboard creations, and how penguins don't like cheese, and how he likes to ask new people to tell him whatever they know the most about! I think that's a great way to make friends, because someone might be an expert in something really surprising, and you'll learn a lot about it—and them!I learned a lot of things about Ray, especially that he's super fun to talk to, and a really nice person. I think you'll think he's fun and nice, too!Well, it was great talking to you again! I'll be back after the holidays with some more cool people to introduce you to, and in the meantime, I hope you'll be able to practice meeting some new people, too. If you're uncertain how to start the conversation, you could do what Ray does and ask them about the thing they know the most about, or you can just try asking them, “How were you kind today?” Have a great week, and if we don't talk before then, have a terrific Cardboard Boxing Day, too!Vac
Argo may be filing for bankruptcy in the coming weeks. The Block CEO steps down amid news of undisclosed involvement with FTX. Riot causes a fuss by announcing a switch to their mining pool. Matt Kimmell: https://twitter.com/MatthewKimmell Will Foxley: https://twitter.com/wsfoxley STORIES https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-12-09/bitcoin-miner-argo-s-arb-shares-suspended-while-revenue-declines https://www.axios.com/2022/12/09/bankman-fried-funded-crypto-news-site-block https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/12/05/bitcoin-miner-riot-switches-mining-pool-after-falling-short-in-november/ https://mempool.space/mining TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Start 02:06 The Block & FTX 07:17 Thoughts on independent reporting 09:50 Argo potential bankruptcy 14:30 Riot vs Braiins MINE Start mining your own bitcoins with Compass. https://bit.ly/3CehBf1 WATCH https://youtube.com/c/CompassMining?sub_confirmation=1 LISTEN Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/3fNfrdi Spotify https://spoti.fi/3tSf9G1 Amazon https://amzn.to/3557cqg Anchor https://bit.ly/3rmb7UF Fountain https://bit.ly/3NeNTec RSS https://bit.ly/3chpULV LEARN Every week, Compass sends a memo to over 18,000 professional miners and investors with the most important news and data in cryptocurrency mining. Get the free newsletter in your inbox too: https://bit.ly/3vOGzxD FOLLOW Twitter: https://twitter.com/compass_mining LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/compassmining
In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin talk Cesar Saavedra of Gitlab about the importance of GitOps, DevSecOps and more with Kubernetes. They also cover what Gitlab has to offer in this particular space and what new features they have been working on. EKS/Container Marketplace as EKS add-ons https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/new-aws-marketplace-for-containers-now-supports-direct-deployment-to-amazon-eks-clusters/ New – Announcing Amazon EFS Elastic Throughput This new throughput mode is designed to provide your applications with as much throughput as they need with pay-as-you-use pricing. Trivy now scans Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) - https://blog.aquasec.com/trivy-now-scans-amazon-machine-images-amis multicloud with crunchy postgres https://www.crunchydata.com/blog/multi-cloud-strategies-with-crunchy-postgres-for-kubernetes Get ready for 1.26 https://www.armosec.io/blog/kubernetes-1-26-everything-you-should-know/ Get ready for 1.26 (diff vendor) https://sysdig.com/blog/kubernetes-1-26-whats-new/ Argo has graduated - Dec 6 - https://www.cncf.io/announcements/2022/12/06/the-cloud-native-computing-foundation-announces-argo-has-graduated/ Flux graduates from CNCF incubator - Nov 30 https://www.cncf.io/announcements/2022/11/30/flux-graduates-from-cncf-incubator/ GITLAB INFO https://docs.gitlab.com/ @cesar_saavedr GitLab Learn GitLab Blog GitLab Docs GitLab Snapshots (YouTube videos)
Elizabeth Argo is the Youth Services Coordinator at the Maryville Public Library. She came in today (12-8-22) to talk about a wonderful program for young entrepreneurs called the Children's Business Fair.The Maryville Public Library invites all youth ages eight through high school, who might be interested in creating a product or service and earning a profit, to attend our informational meeting December 15, at 5:30 pm in the library's basement.
Synopsis It was wet and cold in New York on today's date in 1925, but a curious crowd gathered at Carnegie Hall for a concert by the New York Symphony. Walter Damrosch was to conduct the world premiere of a new “Piano Concerto” by George Gershwin, who would also be the soloist. The audience reacted with cheers and bravos, but the reviews were mixed: "Conventional, trite... [and] a little dull" was the verdict of one; but another was enthusiastic, suggesting: "Of all those writing the music of today, [Gershwin] alone actually expresses US." In the America of 1925, that "us" would have included the owners of speakeasies, raccoon coats, and Stutz Bearcat roadsters. It was the "Jazz Age"— an era magically captured in F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby. Seventy-four years later, in December of 1999, John Harbison's opera based on The Great Gatsby premiered at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, playing to sold-out houses. Once again, audiences were enthusiastic—the critics less so. To capture the mood of the 1920s, Harbison had composed a number of original songs in Jazz-Age style, which he incorporated as themes in his opera. These tunes have even been published as a separate "Gatsby Songbook!" Imagine: a modern opera with tunes audiences can actually hum as they leave the theater! What will they think of next? Music Played in Today's Program John Harbison (b.1938) Remembering Gatsby Baltimore Symphony; David Zinman, cond. Argo 444 454 George Gershwin (1898-1937) Piano Concerto in F Peter Jablonski, piano; Royal Philharmonic; Vladimir Ashkenazy, cond. London 430 542
Intentional Performers with Brian Levenson
Nicholas Thompson is the CEO of The Atlantic and the former editor-in-chief of WIRED. Under his leadership, WIRED won numerous awards for design and reporting and launched a highly successful paywall. Thompson also wrote many features for the publication, including two cover stories on Facebook that have been cited multiple times in Congress. Thompson is a former contributor to CBS News, where he regularly appeared on CBS This Morning and CBS Sunday Morning. He is a cofounder of The Atavist, a National Magazine Award–winning digital publication and multimedia content management system that was sold to WordPress in 2018. Thompson previously served as editor of NewYorker.com. Before The New Yorker, Thompson was a senior editor at WIRED, where he assigned and edited the story that was the basis for the Oscar-winning film Argo. In 2009, his book “The Hawk and the Dove: Paul Nitze, George Kennan, and the History of the Cold War” was published to critical acclaim. Thompson has long been a competitive runner; in 2021, he set the American record for men 45+ in the 50K race and is currently ranked as one of the top 10 masters marathoners in the world. Nick had a number of amazing insights during our conversation. Some of them include: “I try to do my best within all the limitations of how darn hard it is to be a good parent” (10:30). “In some ways, [being a CEO and being a parent] are the opposite” (10:50). “My job as a CEO is to try to drive the organization in the best direction based on our most important values” (10:50). “I'm driving things more as a CEO, and as a father I'm supporting more and trying to help them find their way” (11:30). “My job is to make the business as successful as possible, as innovative as possible, as future-proofed as possible, so that we can sustain that mission of the magazine that's existed since 1857” (13:35). “We are open to a much broader range of opinions than our peer publications” (15:40). “I'm trying to develop a new platform for conversations that will allow people… to increase empathy” (18:20). “You start with the assumption you're going to do the absolute best content. You're going to do the best content you're capable of, and then you build the business model around that. You don't do that the other way around” (31:35). “Journalism is not a profession for people who are economically motivated” (32:15). “I got into journalism kind of by accident… I fell into it” (33:40). “You can come to something thinking about the right things, and then propose a solution that doesn't actually make things better” (37:55). “I look at every piece of data on every story” (43:15). “There's a period in the process of the creation of a story that is sacred and should not be touched by the people who care about the analytics, and that is the process from when the story is assigned to when the words in the story are finished” (43:40). “Being a good editor requires being able to juggle a whole bunch of things at the same time” (45:30). “The adrenaline flow of being a CEO is very different than the adrenaline flow of being a writer or being an editor” (47:00). “I've always been hyper-curious, which is something that's good for a writer. I meet someone new and I'm curious about who they are and what they do” (48:40). “[As a CEO], you have to be curious about how everything in your business works because you have to master it” (49:20). “I'm learning a lot, but am I getting smarter?” (50:15). “Running gives me a connection to the outside world, to the natural world” (54:20). “The discipline it takes to be a good runner rubs off on the discipline it takes to do well at work” (55:00). “You learn lessons while you're running” (55:05). “[Running and playing the guitar] are the two things I do in my life that are the most meditative” (57:00). “Making sure you're balancing the needs of the moment with the needs of the future is one of the great challenges of being a CEO” (1:01:10). Additionally, you can find Nick's website here, and you can also follow him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. I'd also encourage you to check out Nick's book, The Hawk and the Dove: Paul Nitze, George Kennan, and the History of the Cold War, which you can purchase anywhere books are sold. Thank you so much to Nick for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening.