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Coffee and Cases Podcast
E116: Jeannette DePalma

Coffee and Cases Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 61:47


When a young girl goes missing and the police try to say she's a runaway, no one believes them. When she doesn't turn up days, then weeks later, police begin to wonder. When a dog turns up with a severed arm, a search for a missing girl begins. If you would like to start your OWN podcast on Buzzsprout, please consider using our promo code so you can earn a $20 gift card after your second month on a paid plan:https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=709643Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CoffeeAndCases)

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
17.01.2022 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 9:53


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-DateiCorona lässt Kluft zwischen Arm und Reich wachsen Die Corona-Pandemie hat die soziale Ungleichheit rund um den Globus massiv befeuert. Während sich das Vermögen der zehn reichsten Milliardäre seit März 2020 etwa verdoppelt habe, sei die Zahl der Menschen in Armut um rund 160 Millionen Menschen gestiegen, heißt es in einem Bericht der Entwicklungsorganisation Oxfam. Alle Milliardäre zusammen vermehrten demnach ihr Vermögen stärker als in den 14 Jahren vor der Pandemie. An Regierungen weltweit richtete Oxfam den Appell, Konzerne und Superreiche stärker zu besteuern. Auch müsse die Verteilung von Impfstoffen global gerechter erfolgen. Fronten im Ukraine-Konflikt bleiben verhärtet Trotz der jüngsten Krisengespräche über den Ukraine-Konflikt vertreten Russland und der Westen nach Ansicht des Kreml weiterhin "völlig gegensätzliche" Positionen. Dies sei beunruhigend, sagte Kreml-Sprecher Dmitri Peskow dem Sender CNN. Die US-Regierung erklärte, sie sei weiter bereit, nach einer diplomatischen Lösung zu suchen. Zugleich kündigte sie eine - so wörtlich - "robuste Antwort" an, falls Russland die Ukraine angreifen sollte. Inmitten der angespannten Situation reist Bundesaußenministerin Annalena Baerbock an diesem Montag nach Kiew, am Dienstag will sie in Moskau Gespräche führen. Scholz reist zum Antrittsbesuch nach Madrid Bundeskanzler Olaf Scholz bricht an diesem Montag zu seiner ersten Auslandsreise in diesem Jahr nach Spanien auf. In Madrid trifft er sich mit Ministerpräsident Pedro Sánchez, mit dem er unter anderem über den Kampf gegen die Corona-Pandemie sprechen will. Spanien sieht sich derzeit mit deutlich höheren Infektionszahlen konfrontiert als Deutschland - bei einer signifikant höheren Impfquote. Sánchez möchte sein Land zum Vorreiter auf dem Weg in die endemische Phase machen, in der Corona ähnlich wie eine Grippewelle behandelt würde. Vierter Raketentest Nordkoreas seit Neujahr Trotz neuer US-Sanktionen setzt Nordkorea seine Raketentests fort. Am Montag seien zwei Raketen von einem Flughafen nahe der Hauptstadt Pjöngjang in Richtung des Meers abgefeuert worden, teilte der Generalstab der südkoreanischen Streitkräfte mit. Dabei handele es sich vermutlich um ballistische Raketen von kurzer Reichweite. Es war der vierte Raketentest des politisch isolierten Landes seit Jahresbeginn. Am Mittwoch hatte das US-Finanzministerium Strafmaßnahmen gegen fünf Nordkoreaner beschlossen, denen es vorwarf, Güter für die Raketenprogramme ihres Landes zu beschaffen. Flugzeuge erkunden Lage nach Tonga-Vulkanausbruch Zwei Tage nach dem gewaltigen Ausbruch eines Untersee-Vulkans in der Südsee ist das ganze Ausmaß der Schäden im Königreich Tonga noch unklar. Um die aktuelle Lage dort zu erkunden, schickten Australien und Neuseeland Militärflugzeuge in das Gebiet. Insgesamt gehören etwa 170 Inseln zu dem Staat im Südpazifik, 36 davon sind bewohnt. Die Eruption des Vulkans am Samstag war Tausende Kilometer weit zu hören. Sie löste Flutwellen aus und versetzte viele Pazifikländer in Alarmbereitschaft. Tsunami-Wellen wurden nicht nur in Tonga, sondern auch in Neuseeland, Japan, den USA und Südamerika registriert. Chinas Geburtenrate fällt auf Rekordtief Chinas Geburtenrate ist nach amtlichen Angaben im vergangenen Jahr auf ein Rekordtief gefallen. Es seien 7,52 Geburten je 1000 Einwohner verzeichnet worden, gab das Nationale Statistikbüro am Montag bekannt. Dies sei der niedrigste Wert seit dem Beginn der Aufzeichnungen 1949. Im Jahr 2020 betrug die Rate noch 8,52 Geburten je 1000 Einwohner. Damit könnte 2021 der Höchststand der chinesischen Bevölkerung erreicht worden sein. China hatte 2016 die umstrittene Ein-Kind-Politik abgeschafft. Vor allem wegen hoher finanzieller Belastungen für Eltern trug das jedoch kaum zu mehr Geburten bei. Biden bewertet Colleyville-Geiselnahme als Terrorakt US-Präsident Joe Biden hat die Geiselnahme in einer Synagoge im Bundesstaat Texas als "Akt des Terrors" verurteilt. Zugleich lobte er den Polizei-Einsatz in der Kleinstadt Colleyville, bei dem alle Geiseln unverletzt freikamen. Als Täter wurde ein 44 Jahre alter Brite identifiziert. Er kam im Zuge der Geiselbefreiung ums Leben. Wie genau, ließen die Behörden offen. Auch zu den Hintergründen der Tat wurden offiziell noch keine Angaben gemacht. US-Medien hatten berichtet, der Geiselnehmer habe die Pakistanerin Aafia Siddiqui freipressen wollen, die in Texas wegen Terrorvorwürfen inhaftiert ist.

Le Nouvel Esprit Public
Le retour de l'empire russe ? / Le retour du nucléaire / n°228 / 16 janvier 2022

Le Nouvel Esprit Public

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 61:02


Connaissez-vous notre site ? www.lenouvelespritpublic.frUne émission de Philippe Meyer, enregistrée au studio l'Arrière-boutique le 14 janvier 2022.Avec cette semaine :Nicolas Baverez, essayiste et avocat.Akram Belkaïd, journaliste au Monde diplomatique.Béatrice Giblin, directrice de la revue Hérodote et fondatrice de l'Institut Français de Géopolitique.Michaela Wiegel, correspondante à Paris de la Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.LE RETOUR DE L'EMPIRE RUSSE ? Projection de 3 000 hommes au Kazakhstan en 2022, après que des troubles ont éclaté à Almaty, interposition militaire entre Arménie et Azerbaïdjan en 2021, relance de l'union avec la Biélorussie en 2020, déstabilisation de l'Ukraine depuis 2014 ou encore guerre avec la Géorgie en 2008 : la Fédération de Russie réinvestit militairement, économiquement et militairement plusieurs anciennes Républiques Socialistes Soviétiques et entretient des tensions militaires en Baltique via l'enclave de Kaliningrad, en Mer Noire à partir de la Crimée annexée en 2014, dans le Caucase grâce à sa médiation après le nouveau conflit du Haut-Karabakh en 2020. Cependant, la Fédération de Russie ne dispose pas des ressources économiques, militaires et politiques de l'URSS. Économie rentière dépendante des exportations d'hydrocarbures, de minerais et de technologies militaires, la Russie ne maîtrise pas son destin économique, son PIB est inférieur à celui de l'Italie, tandis que son déclin démographique constant réduit sa croissance potentielle.En dépit ou à cause de ce contexte, le 17 décembre, la Fédération de Russie a officialisé son projet de traité avec l'Otan et les États-Unis au sujet de ses « garanties de sécurité ». Poutine a exigé des Américains et des Européens de revenir à la situation de 1997, lorsque l'Alliance atlantique n'avait pas encore accueilli parmi ses membres la Pologne et les autres pays d'Europe centrale et balte. Il a proposé deux projets de traités en ce sens, l'un avec Washington et l'autre avec l'Otan. Moscou réclame l'assurance que l'Otan n'admettra plus aucun membre parmi les anciennes républiques de l'Union soviétique (autrement dit, l'Ukraine et la Géorgie), mais aussi la promesse que l'Alliance va réduire ses activités militaires en Europe centrale et dans les pays Baltes. La Russie exige en outre que les États-Unis ne déploient aucun missile à courte et moyenne portée en Europe. Devant la presse internationale le 23 décembre, Poutine a enjoint aux Occidentaux d'accepter son projet « immédiatement, maintenant». Pour appuyer sa revendication, il a massé des dizaines de milliers de soldats à la frontière de l'Ukraine, plus de 100 000 selon les Américains.Des prétentions jugées « inacceptables » par les Occidentaux, qui refusent a priori toute concession non réciproque. Après deux sommets Poutine-Biden (dont le deuxième, le 7 décembre dernier, par vidéoconférence), la rencontre lundi à Genève entre les vice-ministres des Affaires étrangères russe et américain, Sergueï Riabkov et Wendy Sherman, s'apparentait à une reprise de contact afin d'amorcer une désescalade de la crise ukrainienne. Elle ne semble pas dans l'immédiat avoir permis de faire bouger les lignes. Ces discussions ont été suivies par une réunion Otan-Russie mercredi à Bruxelles, puis une rencontre jeudi à Vienne de l'Organisation pour la sécurité et la coopération en Europe, plateforme de dialogue Est-Ouest issue de la guerre froide. « Je ne crois pas que nous verrons des avancées cette semaine », a déclaré le secrétaire d'État américain, Antony Blinken.***LE RETOUR DU NUCLÉAIRE « Non seulement l'Europe n'est pas près de se passer d'énergie nucléaire, mais elle va même devoir investir massivement dans la modernisation de ses centrales au cours des prochaines décennies » a indiqué dans un entretien au Journal du Dimanche le commissaire européen chargé du marché intérieur, Thierry Breton. Il a chiffré à 500 milliards d'euros le montant des investissements nécessaires d'ici à 2050, pour développer les centrales de nouvelle génération, sans lesquelles l'Europe ne pourrait atteindre son objectif de neutralité carbone d'ici trente ans. D'où la nécessité pour l'industrie nucléaire d'avoir accès aux financements européens aux meilleures conditions possibles. C'est l'enjeu du projet de « taxonomie » dévoilé le 31 décembre par la Commission européenne, qui prévoit d'inclure le nucléaire parmi les sources d'énergie « durables » contribuant à la réduction des émissions de CO2 et pouvant bénéficier, à ce titre, d'investissements publics et privés à taux préférentiel. Cette disposition est soumise à conditions : les nouvelles centrales devront avoir obtenu un permis de construire avant 2045, les travaux permettant de prolonger la durée de vie des centrales existantes devront avoir été autorisés avant 2040. Des garanties en matière de traitement des déchets et de démantèlement des installations nucléaires en fin de vie sont également exigées. La proposition officielle de l'exécutif européen est attendue pour le 18 janvier. Les États membres auront alors quatre mois pour s'opposer au texte. La France compte lancer la construction d'un nouveau parc de réacteurs EPR. Elle a donc mis a mis tout son poids dans la balance à Bruxelles. Elle tire aujourd'hui 70 % de son électricité du nucléaire, mais son parc de 56 réacteurs est vieillissant : 36 d'entre eux ont plus de 35 ans. L'objectif affiché par l'actuel gouvernement est de réduire cette part à 50 % du mix énergétique en 2025. Les nouveaux réacteurs nucléaires que la France envisage de construire pourraient faire l'objet d'un dépôt de dossiers en 2023, pour une mise en service « en 2035-2037 ». EDF propose la construction de six nouveaux réacteurs de type EPR en France sur trois sites, un projet que le groupe évalue à environ 50 milliards d'euros en tenant compte d'une intervention de l'État. Cette semaine, EDF a averti d'un nouveau retard d'au moins 6 mois dans la livraison de l'EPR de Flamanville, initialement prévue en 2012. Ce nouveau retard va engendrer un surcoût supplémentaire de 300 millions d'euros. Au total, un coût multiplié par six, à près de 20 milliards d'euros selon la Cour des comptes qui ne cesse d'alerter sur la nécessité de revoir le chiffrage de cette technologie. Dans son dernier rapport, publié en décembre, elle insistait sur la nécessaire prise en compte de tous les coûts de production avant de décider de choix cruciaux en matière énergétique.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Expedition Arbeit
Expedition Arbeit #92 - kne:buster >> Glauben, Wissen und Schrödingers Kühlschrank

Expedition Arbeit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 16:48


Show Notes Sendung 92 Dies ist eine Auftragsproduktion für Expedition Arbeit und deren Conférencier, Florian Städtler. Bestellt wurde eine kurze Erläuterung, was genau nun Wissenschaft ist. Auf ein ‘so kurz als nötig' kann man sich einigen. Blog-Artikel “Glauben, Wissen und Schrödingers Kühlschrank” https://digitalien.org/knecht/glauben-wissen-esoterik  Kne:buster Blog https://digitalien.org/knebuster-wunderkammern-und-missverstaendnisse/  Stefan Knecht bei LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/knecht/ Stefan Knecht Website https://digitalien.org   kne:buster - ein Podcast-Satelliten-Snackified Content-Experiment mit Stefan Knecht und Alex Jungwirth Expedition Arbeit, das heißt auch: Immer wieder Experimente, mal fast unmerkliche Veränderungen in der Community, mal gewagte Neuheiten, manchmal einfach das kreative Stochern im Nebel oder das lustvolle Ausprobieren dessen, was Spaß und Spannung verspricht.  Stochern, Spaß und Spannung, das wird es bis auf Weiteres donnerstags geben, im Kurz-Podcast-Gesprächs-Format  “kne:buster”. Der Titel enthält den Namen des Gastgebers, Stefan Knecht und die Funktion des “busting”, was irgendetwas zwischen “auf den Arm nehmen”, “Pleite gehen” und “sprengen” bedeutet. Im Kern geht es um die Aufdeckung von Mythen, einem Hobby, dem Stefan Knecht schon seit geraumer Zeit krawallfrei aber messerscharf und wissenschaftlich fundiert auf seiner Seite digitalien.org betreibt. Seit nun schon langer Zeit regelmäßig dabei ist ein weiterer “pragmatischer Skeptiker” namens Alexander Jungwirth. Alex ist den Hörerinnen und Hörern des Mitglieder Radios aus seiner Audio-Kolumne “Linzer Worte” bestens bekannt und fungiert im Duo Jungwirth & Knecht tendenziell als der Fragesteller an den Viel- und Intensiv-Leser Knecht.  Wer beim lustvollen Dekonstruieren lauschen will, ist herzlich eingeladen. 

Inside with Brett Hawke
Strengthen your swim lessons with Swim Angelfish, the global leaders in adaptive swim training

Inside with Brett Hawke

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 29:58


Swim Angelfish is made up of two amazing women, Ailene Tisser (Physical Therapist) and Cindy Freedman (Occupational Therapist). After 10 years as aquatic therapists, they created a comprehensive, online certification program for adaptive swim lessons. The Swim Whisperer course walks you through 20 real-life case studies to teach you the techniques and strategies to service swimmers with autism, anxiety, physical, motor, and sensory conditions. Arm your instructors with the toolbox to overcome obstacles in your very next lesson. There are swimmer's with special needs in every city in the world. Getting certified will open your city, team, or business to serve swimmers of all abilities. Only Alpha Pool Products Down Syndrome Advocacy Program is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping reduce drowning statistics. Their goal is to offer financial support to Swim Instructors, Aquatic Centers and any Swim Program that is striving to improve the quality of programs for diverse populations. They do this by providing funding for swim instructors to get certified in the Swim Whisperers methodology. If you are interested in applying for the Only Alpha Pool Products Down Syndrome Advocacy Program Scholarship, please go here: https://swimangelfish.com/get-certified-as-a-swim-whisperer/#pricing They are dedicated to give financial assistance for ALL instructors looking for comprehensive adaptive swim training to strengthen their special needs swim program and make a difference in their community. Support Our Sponsors: BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! SUPERIOR SWIM TIMING: Run a swim meet with ease from your laptop. SST is fully compatible with Hy-Tek and Team Unify as well as Colorado, Daktronics, and Omega touchpads. Tell them Brett sent you! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD: Big and small digital pace clocks, virtual scoreboards, and live results. Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD Supported by: Fitter & Faster #learntoswim #swimlessons #autism

Know a Little More
About ARM (rerun)

Know a Little More

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 13:23


A brief history and explanation of ARM processors.Featuring Tom Merritt.Link to transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

On Q Performance Therapy Podcast
42. Rotator Cuff Repairs, Why Bench Pressing is Awful for Your Shoulder, and Questioning the Arm Bike with Dr. Ken Kearns, M.D. [Part 2]

On Q Performance Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 44:00


Season 3, Episode 6 | Podcast #42 Today we are joined by Dr. Ken Kearns, a Board Certified, fellowship-trained shoulder and elbow orthopedic surgeon who specializes in arthroscopic surgical procedures, joint replacements, minimally invasive procedures, as well as upper extremity fracture care from the clavicle to the elbow. Dr. Kearns completed his undergraduate studies at Colby College in Maine then onto medical school at The University of Toledo School of Medicine. Next stop, Orthopaedic Residency Program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. While a resident, Dr. Kearns was recognized by several orthopedic organizations for his research and leadership. Last stop, Dr. Kearns didn't go far for his fellowship. He was accepted to the internationally renowned Thomas Jefferson University Hospital/Rothman Institute Shoulder & Elbow Orthopaedic Fellowship Program. Dr. Kearns has been published in numerous specialty medical journals on topics specifically related to rotator cuff tears, shoulder instability, and shoulder replacement. He's been with Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder since 2016. In this episode we cover: 1:10: New research available about shoulder instability stating that shoulder injuries should be repaired after the first injury rather than the third, which was the previous recommendation. 3:15 The two things that keep your shoulder stable - static and dynamic stabilizers 5:00 Make a judgment call on if therapy is the way to go after 4-6 weeks, not 4-6 months 6:00 How a labrum is repaired and normal-tension is recreated 7:50 What does typical recovery look like using Baker Mayfield from Cleveland as an example. 9:50 You have to take into consideration longer-term aspirations to plan ff and when to do a surgery. 10:55 The problem with Sully braces 11:55 The 6 grades of ligament separations 13:30 Grade 3 is the one that people go back and forth on whether surgery is necessary. 14:00 The surgical procedure for shoulder separation repair - arthroscopically assisted repair 20:30 Typically rotator cuff tears are the gray hairs and wrinkles of the shoulder or traumatic cuff tears. 21:50 Story from Dr.Kearns' fellowship with a current hall of fame Hockey player 23:03 Very few professional athletes, besides Kobe Bryant, have come back to play after a cuff repair. 23:57 A case Dr.Kearns saw with a competitive weight lifter in her 40s. Her cuff tear was hanging on by a thread, Dr.Kearns repaired it and won her next international competition, was doing awesome and she is back after 4 years with a similar injury. 28:00 There are so many better exercises you could be doing for your upper body than the bench press. 28:21 There are two terrible things for your shoulders, shoulder press, and bench press 29:10 People get intimidated about seeing a doctor - “My job is to get the person back” 29:40 There are very few things that I will ultimately say “you need to have them fixed” and its usually not a sports injury. 37:45 Dr.Kearns asks “What is the point of the Arm bike” 38:00 Q is anti-machine as a physical therapist. 38:30 Arm bikes don't really make sense and cause more irritation than they help. ------ Dr. Ken Kearns Philadelphia Hand To Shoulder Center

Blathering
Blathering - 212 - Der Stuhlgang nach Canossa

Blathering

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 235:33


Wir reden über ein nur halb geöffnetes Australien, über Coronazahlen im Norden, über unschöne Jahrestage, Zoos, Astronauten und Sterne. Wir stehen zusammen mit Goldfischen im Stau, freuen uns über die nächste VR-Generation, basteln mal zu Abwechselung mit Blech anstatt Plastik und hauen uns das gute Zeug in den Arm.

Power-Wrestling RADIO
AEW Dynamite Review (5.1.22): Hangman-Danielson mit klarem Sieger + Titelwechsel im Main Event!

Power-Wrestling RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 64:49


*** Rund 1500 Podcasts auf Abruf, alle aktuellen Reviews, keine Werbung, 20-30 neue Episoden jeden Monat. Hier anmelden und unterstützen. Jetzt auch Anmeldung per LASTSCHRIFT (neben PAYPAL und KREDITKARTE) möglich: http://www.patreon.com/powerwrestling *** Brandneu und exklusiv für Patreon-Hörer gibt es in dieser Woche exklusive Reviews zu Rampage, den #KOLBCAST und ein brandneues RINGSIDE! mit vielen News (u.a. Entlassungen) aus WWE und AEW! Jetzt anmelden und mehr hören -> http://www.patreon.com/powerwrestlingAEW Dynamite ist mit dem zweiten Match zwischen Bryan Danielson und „Hangman“ Adam Page eröffnet worden. Dieses Mal gab's einen klaren Sieger. Zum Jahresauftakt sind neue Champions gekrönt worden. Der Main Event wurde von einer schweren Verletzung überschattet: Fenix verletzte sich bei einem kranken Chokeslam den Arm.AEW Dynamite vom 5. Jänner 2022 aus Newark, New Jersey. Mit @HerrBruns und @MarcusHolzer. Dynamite schriftlich + Videos: https://www.power-wrestling.de/2022/01/06/aew-dynamite-5-januar-2021-ergebnisse/

Copperplate Podcast
Copperplate Time 383

Copperplate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 92:03


                                   Copperplate Time 383                                  Presented by Alan O'Leary                              www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Bothy Band: Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. London Lasses:  Humours of Castlefinn/Eileen O'Brien's/           The Enchanted Lady.     The Enchanted Lady 3. De Danann: Morrison's/Tailor's Thimble/Wellington's.           The Star Spangled Molly 4. Planxty:Little Musgrave/Paddy Fahy's.The Woman I Loved So Well 5. Niamh Ni Charra:  Flush of Success/The Worn Torn Petticoat/              Tom Billy's Fave.  Donnelly's Arm 6. Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder:          The Liverpool HP/Mullin'Fancy/Boil The Breakfast      Early/Fallon's Delight.   Back in Time 7. Tommy Reck:   Maid in the Cherry Tree/Man of the House.             The Master Pipers Vol 4 8. Paddy Killoran: The Old Dudeen/The Road to Lurgan.              Valuable Treasure 9. Kate Purcell: The Green Hills of Clare. Independent Soul 10. Brian Lennon:   The Laurel Tree/Flowers of Red Hill.               Within A Mile of Kilty 2 11. Brendan McGlinchey: Splendid Isolation/McGlinchey's.              Music of a Champion 12. Paul Brennan: My Bonnie Blue Eyed Lassie. Airs & Graces 13. Carrig:  The Piper's Jig/The Swan Among the Rushes/Behind the Bush in the Garden.    Airs & Graces 14. Aine & Francis O'Connor:   Kiss the Maid Behind the Barrell/  The Ravelled Hank of Yarn.  They Didn't Come Home Till Morning  15.  Noel Hll:  An Phis Fliuch/The Fisherman's Jig.   Live in New York 16. Cherish The Ladies:  Donegal Jig/ Cherish The Ladies.                 Cherish The Ladies17. Johnny Og Connolly:   Ceilúr na Spideoige/Ben's Arrival.                Fear Inis Bearachain 18. Eileen O'Brien & Anne Conroy Burke:                  Down the Hill/The Lane to the Glen.  The Fiddler's Choice 19. Ralph McTell:  Things You Wish Yourself.      Single 20. The Bothy Band:   Green Groves of Erin/Flowers of Red Hill.               After Hours

Just Fly Performance Podcast
288: Joel Smith Q&A on Reflexive Dynamics of Athleticism and Surfing the Force-Velocity Curve

Just Fly Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 60:54


Today's show is a Q&A with Joel Smith.  It's a lot of fun to see the questions you all have, and putting together a list of answers. Some major themes in this show included the dynamics of how an athlete learns and acquires a skill, how to give athletes ideal constraints to learn a skill better (particularly on the level of the arms in sprinting and step-action in jumping), and then questions on training the spectrum of the force velocity curve. There also were a lot of questions and answers that lent to training individualization based on the individual structure of the body and if one is a “power or speed” based athlete, which relates to an athlete's ribcage structure and ISA bias, and of course, a lot of speed oriented questions. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster, Inside Tracker, and Lost Empire Herbs. For 25% off of an Inside Tracker order go to info.insidetracker.com/justflysports For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points 1:15 – The difference in training fascial vs. elastic athletes 7:33 – How to train a “power” sprinter with poor top end speed 13:40 – Thoughts on training at different points on the force-velocity curve 24:06 – Arm action in sprinting, and constraint-driven coaching versus “positional” coaching 34:14 – Structuring a weight training and performance program for speed and acceleration 36:32 – Why some athletes have a long vs. short penultimate step in jumping 40:45 – Thoughts on in-season programming for team sports 46:56 – Dealing with a toe-sprain and learning to feel other parts of the foot 48:30 – Frequency of training with bodyweight iso holds 49:37 – Thoughts on “inside edge” vs. “outside edge” in movement and training 54:35 – Fascial awareness in movement 55:42 – Is concentric power building in the weightroom worthwhile? 57:01 – How to use falling/slipping/stumbling reflexes to our advantage in training About Joel Smith Joel Smith is the founder of Just Fly Sports and is a sports performance coach in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Joel hosts the Just Fly Performance Podcast, has authored several books on athletic performance, and trains numerous clients in the in-person and online space.  Joel was formerly a strength coach for 8 years at UC Berkeley, working with the Swim teams and post-graduate professional swimmers, as well as tennis, water polo, and track and field.  A track coach of 11 years, Joel coached for the Diablo Valley Track and Field Club for 7 years, and also has 6 years of experience coaching sprints, jumps, hurdles, pole vault and multi-events on the collegiate level, working at Wilmington College, and the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse. Joel has coached 2 national champions, multiple All-Americans and school record holders in his time as a track coach. In the realm of strength and conditioning, his programs have assisted 5 athletes to Olympic berths that produced 9 medals and a world record performance at Rio in 2016. In 2011, Joel began Just Fly Sports with Jake Clark as a central platform to promote information for athletes and coaches to reach their highest potential.  In 2016 the first episode of the “Just Fly Performance Podcast” was released, now a leading source of education in the sports performance field.  The evolving mission of Just Fly Sports is focused on teaching athletes to realize their true, innate power, and achieve the highest joy in their training, competition, and in the community.

DioCast - The Open Way of Thinking
Tecnologias para ficarmos de olho em 2022

DioCast - The Open Way of Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 61:47


Inaugurando a Quarta Temporada do Diocast, conversamos sobre como este ano começa cheio de possibilidades: o lançamento do Steam Deck, a corrida por chips ARM e o novo cenário que pode se desenhar no mundo da tecnologia com o fim da dominância do padrão X86. Quais efeitos estas tecnologias podem gerar nas distribuições Linux e no cenário de computadores domésticos? Será que teremos mais opções de computadores ARM para desktop? Também temos diversas novidades para compartilhar com vocês sobre os projetos do Diolinux para 2022! Links relevantes: https://diolinux.com.br/noticias/nvidia-torna-o-nis-open-source.html https://diolinux.com.br/noticias/gnome-melhorado-para-polling-rate.html https://diolinux.com.br/tecnologia/amazon-contratando-engenheiros.html https://diolinux.com.br/noticias/gnome-42-o-que-esperar.html Deixe seu comentário no post do episódio para ser lido no próximo programa: https://diolinux.com.br/podcast/diocast-tecnologias-para-ficarmos-de-olho.html

Guitars and Theology Podcast
Five Points on a Faith Worth Having

Guitars and Theology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 42:35


A faith worth having would...1. Help us find life's deeper meaning2. Make better people3. Stick close to Jesus4. Open our eyes to God's glory in creation5. Arm us with courage to embrace life

Gateway Fellowship
A Faith Worth Having - Five Points

Gateway Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 42:35


A faith worth having would... 1. Help us find life's deeper meaning 2. Make better people 3. Stick close to Jesus 4. Open our eyes to God's glory in creation 5. Arm us with courage to embrace life

Bitcoin verstehen
Episode 86 - Bitcoin: Häufige Fragen #4

Bitcoin verstehen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 22:13


In dieser Episode bespreche ich drei eurer häufig gestellten Fragen. Wieso ist die Aussage, dass es 21 Millionen Bitcoin geben wird im Grunde genommen falsch? Was würde passieren, wenn Satoshi Nakamoto wieder auftauchen und seine 700.000 bis eine Millionen Bitcoins verkaufen würde? Und sind die Bitcoins ungerecht verteilt und kommt es dadurch wieder zu einer Zentralisierung bzw. einer Schere zwischen Arm und Reich? Wenn ihr weitere Fragen zu Bitcoin habt, dann schreibt gerne an fragen@bitcoinverstehen.info Weitere Informationen zu dieser Episode findet ihr unter bitcoinverstehen.info/86 Diese Folge findet ihr ebenfalls im Videoformat auf YouTube unter bitcoinverstehen.info/youtube Ihr möchtet den Podcast unterstützen? Hier findet ihr alle Möglichkeiten bitcoinverstehen.info/unterstuetzen/ Alle weiteren Episoden und Informationen findet ihr unter bitcoinverstehen.info WEITERE LINKS ZUR FOLGE • Warum 21 Millionen Bitcoin? von Blocktrainer (blocktrainer.de/wissen/warum-21-millionen-bitcoin/) • What if Satoshi Nakamoto sold all his Bitcoin today? von Cointelegraph (cointelegraph.com/news/what-if-satoshi-nakamoto-sold-all-his-bitcoin-today) • Bitcoins Distribution was Fair von Dan Held (danhedl.medium.com/bitcoins-distribution-was-fair-e2ef7bbbc892) WAS BESPRECHEN WIR? • Wieso wird es niemals 21 Millionen Bitcoin geben? (03:33) • Was passiert, wenn Satoshi Nakamoto seine Bitcoins verkaufen würde? (06:08) • Sind die Bitcoins auf der Welt gerecht verteilt? (12:25) EMPFOHLENE HARDWAREWALLETS UND APPS ZUM KAUFEN • Hardwarewallet BitBox02 Bitcoin-only Edition* (shiftcrypto.ch/btcverstehen) - Mit dem Code BTCVERSTEHEN (Eingabe während des Kaufprozesses) erhaltet ihr 5 % Rabatt auf die BitBox02 Bitcoin-only Edition von Shift Crypto. • Relai App* (relai.ch/btcverstehen) - Mit dem Referral Code BTCVERSTEHEN (Eingabe während des Kaufprozesses) erhaltet ihr 0,5 % Ersparnis auf die Gebühren bei euren Käufen. • Pocket Bitcoin* (pocketbitcoin.com/bitcoinverstehen) - Wenn ihr über diesen Link bei Pocket Bitcoin einen Sparplan anlegt, unterstützt ihr den Podcast finanziell. • Nuri* (bitcoinverstehen.info/nuri) - Wenn ihr euch über den Link registriert, erhaltet ihr nach dem ersten Kauf (mindestens 30 €) einen 35 € Willkommensbonus. *Die hier aufgeführten Links sind sogenannte Affiliate Links. Kommt über einen solchen Link ein Einkauf zustande, werde ich mit einer Provision beteiligt. Für euch entstehen dabei keine Mehrkosten. MUSIK "No? Yeah!" by LiQWYD soundcloud.com/liqwyd Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Download / Stream: hypeddit.com/track/nwio90

Copperplate Podcast
Copperplate Podcast 267

Copperplate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 71:23


                            Copperplate Podcast 267                              presented by Alan O'Leary                                         January  2022                             www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Danu: The Garsun Who Beat His Father.   All Things Considered 2. Bridge Ceili Band:    Lord McDonald's/The Holly Bush/Finbarr Dwyer's.  Sparks on Flags 3. Angelina Carberry & Laoise Kelly:          Paddy Fahy's/Buck From the Mountain. An Tradisiun Beo 4. Tim Dennehy:          Be Still As You are Beautiful.  Old Boots & Flying Sandals 5. Danu:  The Poor Man's Fortune/The Long Strand/Gan Ainm.   10,000 Miles 6. Mick O'Brien & Terry Crehan: Farewell to Miltown/West Clare Railway/Sporting Molly.  May Morning Dew 7. Eilis Kennedy: The Elk River Dam.   Westward 8. Danny Meehan:          The Dovecot/Doherty's Strathspey. The Navvy on the Shore 9. Patsy Moloney:         The Sweetheart/Farewell to London. The Temple in the Glen 10. Ben, Charlie & Brian Lennon: Down the Broom/The Gatehouse Maid/Molloy's. Within A Mile of Kilty 2 11. John Regan & Paddy Glackin:  The Maid at the Spinning Wheel/ A Visit to Ireland.   Let Down the Blade 12. The Hydes: Rivers Run.  Green & Blue 13. Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder:         Tommy McCarthy's/Wellington's Advance.   Back in Time 14. Donal Clancy:        The Lowlands of Holland.  On The Lonesome Plain 15. Niamh Ní Charra:         Donnelly's Arm/ Pretty Peggy/Julia Delaney's. Donnelly's Arm 16. We Banjo 3:           The Bunch of Green Rushes/Salt Creek.  Live in Galway Copperplate Podcast 267                                  presented by Alan O'Leary                                            January  2022                             www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Danu: The Garsun Who Beat His Father.   All Things Considered 2. Bridge Ceili Band:  Lord McDonald's/The Holly Bush/Finbarr Dwyer's.  Sparks on Flags 3. Angelina Carberry & Laoise Kelly: Paddy Fahy's/Buck From the Mountain. An Tradisiun Beo 4. Tim Dennehy:  Be Still As You are Beautiful.  Old Boots & Flying Sandals 5. Danu: The Poor Man's Fortune/The Long Strand/Gan Ainm.   10,000 Miles 6. Mick O'Brien & Terry Crehan: Farewell to Miltown/West Clare Railway/Sporting Molly.  May Morning Dew 7. Eilis Kennedy: The Elk River Dam.   Westward 8. Danny Meehan: The Dovecot/Doherty's Strathspey. The Navvy on the Shore 9. Patsy Moloney: The Sweetheart/Farewell to London. The Temple in the Glen 10. Ben, Charlie & Brian Lennon: Down the Broom/The Gatehouse Maid/Molloy's. Within A Mile of Kilty 2 11. John Regan & Paddy Glackin:  The Maid at the Spinning Wheel/ A Visit to Ireland.   Let Down the Blade 12. The Hydes: Rivers Run.  Green & Blue 13. Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder: Tommy McCarthy's/Wellington's Advance.   Back in Time 14. Donal Clancy:  The Lowlands of Holland.  On The Lonesome Plain 15. Niamh Ní Charra: Donnelly's Arm/ Pretty Peggy/Julia Delaney's. Donnelly's Arm 16. We Banjo 3:  The Bunch of Green Rushes/Salt Creek.  Live in Galwayv

Vidas en red Spreaker
Especial fin de año 2021 ¡un año de tecnología!

Vidas en red Spreaker

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 21:26


Este año ha sido el año de ARM (MacBook, iPad) pero también lo será en su némesis: la Surface Pro X quien en breve tendrá el emulador de x64 y entonces será cuando despegue de verdad.Hablo de Windows en movilidad, de las dos Surface (Go y Pro), del Fold 2 y de Obsidian, y por último hablo del a buena salud de las Tablets Android gracias a nuestros amados amos: los chinos. Grabadora de sonido Zoom H6: https://amzn.to/3JrXHAFLa Surface Pro 7 es el modelo que aparece en este vídeo: https://amzn.to/3FMhg4JLa Surface Go 3 es la "ultra Surface" un modelo pequeño y ligero para llevar a todos lados, que se desempeña de maravilla con las distintas aplicaciones y que vale apenas 440 Euros: https://amzn.to/33cTtw5

Armário da Bola
Carlos Caszely e a resistência à ditadura no Chile

Armário da Bola

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 62:12


ESTÁ NO AR o último episódio do ano do podcast do Armário da Bola! Aproveitamos os deliciosos ventos da liberdade que sopraram do Chile para falar sobre Carlos Caszely, sobre a ditadura chilena, sobre resistência e luta contra regimes autoritários. O Chile viveu 16 anos de uma ditadura cruel e se livrou com a ajuda de um craque de bola. Trinta anos depois, nossos irmãos se livraram de vez de toda a herança maldita deixada por Pinochet. ====== Esse episódio foi NÃO foi gravado ao vivo em transmissão na Twitch, mas todos os outros são! Quer acompanhar as próximas? Se inscreva nos nossos canais e não perca! Faça parte da nossa comissão técnica: picpay.me/armariodabola Siga o Armário da Bola em todas as redes sociais: Twitter Instagram Youtube TikTok Twitch

Lambda3 Podcast
Lambda3 Podcast 280 – Desenvolvendo .NET no Linux

Lambda3 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 70:44


Neste podcast da Lambda3, vamos falar sobre Desenvolvimento .NET no Linux. Feed do podcast: www.lambda3.com.br/feed/podcast Feed do podcast somente com episódios técnicos: www.lambda3.com.br/feed/podcast-tecnico Feed do podcast somente com episódios não técnicos: www.lambda3.com.br/feed/podcast-nao-tecnico Lambda3 · #280 - Desenvolvendo .NET no Linux Pauta: Qual distro cada um está usando Porque estamos desenvolvendo com .net no linux Antigamente era o Mono.... https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mono_(projeto) Arquiteturas suportadas: x86, SPARC, PowerPC, ARM, S390 (em 32-bit e 64-bit mode), e x86_64, IA64 e SPARC para 64-bit modes Usado para Xamarin e Unity3D Como é a instalação do dotnet no Linux? Utilização de um script shell disponiiblizado pela Microsoft ou pelo gerenciador de pacotes? Opções de instalação: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/install/linux-scripted-manual#manual-install Snap: cannot snap-exec: cannot exec "/snap/dotnet-sdk/141/snap/command-chain/snapcraft-runner": permission denied Possível solução: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2465790 .NET ou .NET Core, qual escolher? https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download Que suporte curto é esse? September 14, 2021 December 03, 2022 https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet Configuração do PATH do dotnet Certificado ssl para https (Dev-Cert) Necessário gerar o certificado Executar comando para que o Linux confiar no certificado Configurar o dotnet para utilizar este certificado ao executar aplicações Aspnet Ferramentas de desenvolvimento (Visual Studio Code, Rider, Vim) Criando um novo projeto sem a interface gráfica do Visual Studio Gestão da organização do projeto (solution folders, agrupamento de arquivos como README, gitignore, ...) Gestão de pacotes do projeto (NuGet) Como é o debug de aplicações? Ferramentas de execução de testes automatizados Não tem o SQL Server localdb que vem no Visual Studio Experiência de utilização do CLI do dotnet Não tem IIS no Linux, como é isso? Precisa saber usar containers para desenvolver dotnet no Linux? O que ainda não é possível desenvolver com dotnet no Linux Trabalhando no mesmo projeto com pessoas do time com Linux e outras com Windows Funciona no windows mas não funciona no Linux  Links Citados: GitHub - junegunn/vim-plug: Minimalist Vim Plugin Manager Instalar o .NET em distribuições do Linux | Microsoft Docs Mono (projeto) – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre (wikipedia.org) Manually install .NET on Linux - .NET | Microsoft Docs [SOLVED] help with .NET snap. Can't run as normal user (ubuntuforums.org) Download .NET (Linux, macOS, and Windows) (microsoft.com)   Participantes: Fernando Okuma Rodrigo Bittencourt André Valenti Lucas Bertin Edição: Compasso Coolab Créditos das músicas usadas neste programa: Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 - creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0

An Arm and a Leg
Our Year in Review, with members of the Arm and a Leg team

An Arm and a Leg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 15:02


An Arm and a Leg wraps up a big year, and some of the team takes a moment to reflect. Consulting Managing Producer Daisy Rosario, Editor Marian Wang, and Associate Producer Emily Pisacreta join host Dan Weissmann in a conversation on why we make the show and what we look forward to doing in 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Luke and Pete Show
Reproducing salmon

The Luke and Pete Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 30:49


Arm-shelving still exists in 2021 and Pete won't stand for it! We are hurtling towards a new, hopefully arm-shelf free, year and the lads are back for one final show.Today we hear about how Luke saw the new Ghostbusters, Pete tells us about salmon semen and we add some new players to the game. It's just another episode of The Luke and Pete Show. Thank you very much for your support throughout 2021. Whether you have sent us an email, left us a review or just listened to an episode you are a major part of The Luke and Pete Show and we value you dearly.We'll be back in 2022 for more fun and batteries, in the meantime feel free to get in touch with the show. Email: hello@lukeandpeteshow.com or you can get in touch on Twitter or Instagram: @lukeandpeteshow. Feel free to give us a follow while you're there! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

This Machine Kills
*Unlocked* – Khan Thought Redux

This Machine Kills

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 97:44


We're taking a break from recording for the holidays. Enjoy this unlocked Patreon episode. As the Federal Trade Commission files suit to block the merger between Nvidia and Arm, we take the opportunity to revisit the excellent and necessary work of the FTC's Chair, Lina Khan. We discuss a recent profile of Khan in the New Yorker. Then dig deeper into a very long, very important paper by Khan making the legal case for reviving the antitrust doctrine of structural separation and applying it to break up platform giants like Amazon, Alphabet, and Facebook. Some stuff we reference ••• The Separation of Platforms and Commerce | Lina Khan https://columbialawreview.org/content/the-separation-of-platforms-and-commerce/ ••• Lina Khan's Battle to Rein in Big Tech | Sheelah Kolhatkar https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/12/06/lina-khans-battle-to-rein-in-big-tech ••• Lina Khan Cashes in Her Chips | David Dayen https://prospect.org/economy/lina-khan-cashes-in-her-chips/ Subscribe to hear more analysis and commentary in our premium episodes every week! patreon.com/thismachinekills Grab fresh new TMK gear: bonfire.com/store/this-machine-kills-podcast/ Hosted by Jathan Sadowski (twitter.com/jathansadowski) and Edward Ongweso Jr. (twitter.com/bigblackjacobin). Production / Music by Jereme Brown (twitter.com/braunestahl)

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com
5 Ways To Lose Money

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 24:57


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29 We all make mistakes and learning from them is a valuable skill. But learning from other people's mistakes well, that's priceless. Today on MoneyWise, we'll go over several mistakes you donotwant to learn the hard way! COSIGNING One of the most common regrets among listeners we hear from is cosigning a loan for someone else. Studies show that in the majority of cases, the cosigner ends up having to pay off the loan. Proverbs 22 warns us, Be not one of those who give pledges, who put up security for debts. If you have nothing with which to pay, why should your bed be taken from under you? Parents are often tempted to cosign for their children or another family member. But the Bible is clear that we shouldn't do it. Instead, look for other options like helping with the down payment, lending the money yourself, or even providing it as a gift. ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGES Another common mistake is taking out an adjustable-rate mortgage or ARM. These seem to make sense when interest rates are low, but when they begin to rise, so do your monthly mortgage payments. You can get a great, low introductory interest rate with most ARMs, but after that you're just gambling that interest rates will stay low. It's always better to go with a fixed rate mortgage for the shortest term you can afford. That means you'll get a lower interest rate on a 15-year mortgage than on a 30-year loan. By the way, if for some reason you have to take equity out of your home, maybe for repairs, the same philosophy applies. You want to take out a fixed rate home equity loan, not a home equity line of credit, or HELOC, which almost always has a variable interest rate. CONSUMER DEBT Another way to lose money is to take on consumer debt. Borrowing for a home, business, or education may make economic sense. The return promises to be greater than the cost. But that's definitely not the case with credit cards, auto loans and other forms of consumer debt. Now, granted, you may have to borrow money for a car, but since it's a depreciating asset, you want to always be saving money for your next car purchase. Your goal should be to eventually pay cash and not borrow at all, whether you buy new or used. While there may be some return on other types of loans, there's no return at all on credit card debt. When you run up a balance, you will pay interest on it at an average rate of 16% or more. It's money down the drain. Ever wonder why credit card issuers are so quick to give you 1% or 2% rewards for using their cards? It's because they know they'll make that back 10 times over if you start carrying a balance. If you want to stop losing money on credit card interest, you've got to get on a budget, live on less than you make, and save up an emergency fund so you don't need credit cards.Sign up with one of our volunteer coaches at MoneyWise.orgif you need help. RISKY INVESTMENTS Another common mistake is making risky investments. Buying cryptocurrencies is all the rage these days and, no doubt, some people have made a lot of money on them. But others have lost just as much. Often, by the time you hear about what a fantastic investment some cryptocurrency is, it's already peaked in value and is on the way down. Proverbs 21:5 tells us that slow and steady plodding brings prosperity, but hasty decisions bring poverty. Instead of looking to make quick money, invest long term with a properly diversified portfolio and avoid the fads. LISTENER QUESTIONS On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ●What is a universal life insurance policy? ●Is the sale of an inherited annuity taxable? ●If your company still offers a pension, should you take it as a lump sum or a monthly payout? ●Should you take money out of a retirement account and place it in a cash account in order to help your children avoid unnecessary taxes upon inheriting the money? Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them toQuestions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website atMoneyWise.orgwhere you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. Like and Follow us on Facebook atMoneyWise Mediafor videos and the very latest discussion!Remember that it's your prayerful and financial support that keeps MoneyWise on the air. Help us continue this outreach by clicking theDonate tab on our websiteor in our app.

Security Voices
Juggling Chainsaws: How Amanda Gorton fought Apple & the DMCA while building Corellium

Security Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 53:22


Your fledgling startup has just been sued by one of the most powerful companies in the world. How do you defend yourself?And keep your company afloat?This was the challenge faced by Amanda Gorton, CEO of Corellium, a company whose virtualization platform enables efficient mobile security research and quality testing across a massive variety of devices. Sued by Apple for both copyright infringement and violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), Amanda was thrust into an exhausting balancing act of defending and running her young business at the same time. In this episode of Security Voices, she shares the details of how she survived and successfully defended her company.Dave and Amanda go beyond the lawsuit and into the tricky territory of companies like Corellium who provide a service whose sales process must be governed by a clear sense of ethics to avoid it falling into the wrong hands. She shares the real world challenges of developing and applying such a policy in a company and while it may be uncomfortable to trust a small company with such a weighty responsibility, they just might be the very best option we have.We explore the complicated nature of DMCA in a world that has changed dramatically since its anti-Napster driven inception back in the late 90s. From the NSA's release of Ghidra to Web3, we muse on the future of the DMCA whose relevance feels to be slipping into the history books.BioAmanda Gorton is co-founder and CEO of Corellium, which provides an Arm-native cloud platform that virtualizes mobile and IoT devices across iOS, Android, and Linux. Corellium enables never-before-possible security research, development, and quality testing of apps, firmware, and hardware on Arm. Previously, Gorton co-founded and was the CEO of security startup Virtual, which was acquired by Citrix in 2014. She earned a degree in classics from Yale University.

Riot Radio
Riot Radio Show #127

Riot Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 85:28


Riot Radio Show #127 Nancy Boi!- i'm getting coal for christmas TALK The Yeasties- night of the demons Kasshuve- spräng lunds universitet Antibodies- surplus Hez- nada que hablar Béton Armé- les poings levés mais les poings liés (L'infanterie Sauvage) Mad Mulligans- with miles left to row Dog Shit- acab Detestados- invasor TALK Dirt Byrds- they shall not pass Los Gueys- beach homies Illiterates- lb scheme Fatal- confirmation bias Indre Krig- s.m.d. Cato Street Conspiracy- listen to me The Runts- emo song Nancy Boi!- spiky eggnog pogo dance TALK Grand Collapse- empty plinths Porvenir Oscuro- policia miserable Slant- stagnation Chain Whip- laguna bleach The Chisel- force fed Violent Way- someone's gonna die (Blitz) Rumkicks- i don't wanna die TALK Special Duties- seven days a week

The St. John's Morning Show from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)

There might be more houses in his Christmas Village than in his own hometown. We chat with a resident of Champney's Arm.

Inside with Brett Hawke
#218 WR holder Kelsi Dahlia talks kicking, butterfly, and Lilly's DQ

Inside with Brett Hawke

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 42:10


Kelsi Dahlia is a professional swimmer from the United States. She has been training at the University of Louisville for the last 10 years. She is a member of the Cali Condors of the International Swimming League. In the ISL Final, Kelsi broke the 100 SCM Fly World Record (54.59). At Louisville, she won the 100 and 200 Fly at NCAA's in back to back years (2015, 2016). Kelsi has been a relay monster for Team USA. In her collection is an Olympic gold medal from Rio and 14 World Championship relay victories. She is the teammate you wish you had. Enjoy! 00:00 Hello Kelsi Dahlia! 06:00 SCY SCM or LCM 09:45 Destro Swim Towers 10:05 Lilly King's DQ 13:52 Kicking underwater 17:00 Training for that last wall 22:11 Aquavolo Drag Sox 23:30 Stronger kick 25:15 Arm pull in butterfly 29:03 Swim Angelfish 36:00 Weight room 38:00 Paris? 41:00 Superior Swim Timing Support Our Sponsors: AQUAVOLO DRAG SOX: Build power and strength in the water with Drag Sox made by AquaVolo. Use code "brett" at checkout and receive 10% off. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! SUPERIOR SWIM TIMING: Run a swim meet with ease from your laptop. SST is fully compatible with Hy-Tek and Team Unify as well as Colorado, Daktronics, and Omega touchpads. Tell them Brett sent you! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD LIVE: Create an interactive heat sheet. Stream your swim meet scoreboard in real time over top your live stream. Turn any tv into a digital scoreboard. Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD Supported by: Fitter & Faster #swimming #swimcoach #iswimleague Photo credit goes to the one and only Mine Kasapoglu! Check her out here on Instagram!

airhacks.fm podcast with adam bien
Java, OpenSource and the Brazilian Christmas

airhacks.fm podcast with adam bien

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 72:00


An airhacks.fm conversation with Bruno Souza (@brjavaman) about: Bruno's first computer episode, JavaOne, questions and answers airhacks.tv show, A Soldering, Agile, Geek Lawyer using Java and Quarkus -- the 78 years young lawyer, Building Clouds for Data Center Providers with Java -- the great Jelastic cloud, working on Brazilian income tax system, the toolscloud devops company, the overcomplicated kubernetes, openshift is the easy to use kubernetes solution, "OpenSource--the ability to choosing again" by Simon Phipps, standards are the opportunity to be lazy, Sun Microsystems Niagara chips were energy efficient, Sun Microsystems could become an interesting ARM company, running Java on ARM and M1, the ability to "sell", Microsoft's Java efforts, the first appearance of Microsoft at JavaOne, Sun Microsystems was like Xerox Parc, the benefits of open source, the license is the trust, the best license for open source, the Apache license is the gift from Apache, Christmas in Brazil, fruit trees as Christmas trees, European advent calendars, participation at the Java Advent calendar, the best developer year, Developer Career Secrets Bruno Souza on twitter: @brjavaman

Windows Weekly (Video HI)
WW 756: The Amish Comic - Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future.

Windows Weekly (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 127:06


Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future. With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Microsoft officially acknowledges Windows 10X isn't happening Microsoft brings Windows to the cloud with Windows 365 and Cloud PC Microsoft to make hybrid meetings work better with new Teams features coming later this year Microsoft talks with Discord end with no buy for now: Report What's Likely for Microsoft in 2022? Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams How Microsoft is looking to MetaOS to make Microsoft 365 a 'whole life' experience What's next for the Microsoft Cloud Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Does Windows on Arm have a future? Microsoft to increase Microsoft 365, Office 365 commercial prices in March 2022 Microsoft to replace its many mail variants with 'One Outlook' News From the Past Week Bingo Was Almost Cortana's Name-O Google Touts Android App Usage on Chrome OS Microsoft to buy Xandr ad marketplace from AT&T Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Check out this incredible documentary about the history of Xbox App pick of the week: Firewatch Enterprise pick of the week: Azure Space adds more partners, functionality Codename pick of the week: Florence Beer pick of the week: Brasserie d'Achouffe N'ice Chouffe Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UserWay.org/twit att.com/activearmor

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 756: The Amish Comic - Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future.

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 126:30


Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future. With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Microsoft officially acknowledges Windows 10X isn't happening Microsoft brings Windows to the cloud with Windows 365 and Cloud PC Microsoft to make hybrid meetings work better with new Teams features coming later this year Microsoft talks with Discord end with no buy for now: Report What's Likely for Microsoft in 2022? Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams How Microsoft is looking to MetaOS to make Microsoft 365 a 'whole life' experience What's next for the Microsoft Cloud Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Does Windows on Arm have a future? Microsoft to increase Microsoft 365, Office 365 commercial prices in March 2022 Microsoft to replace its many mail variants with 'One Outlook' News From the Past Week Bingo Was Almost Cortana's Name-O Google Touts Android App Usage on Chrome OS Microsoft to buy Xandr ad marketplace from AT&T Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Check out this incredible documentary about the history of Xbox App pick of the week: Firewatch Enterprise pick of the week: Azure Space adds more partners, functionality Codename pick of the week: Florence Beer pick of the week: Brasserie d'Achouffe N'ice Chouffe Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UserWay.org/twit att.com/activearmor

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
Windows Weekly 756: The Amish Comic

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 127:06


Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future. With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Microsoft officially acknowledges Windows 10X isn't happening Microsoft brings Windows to the cloud with Windows 365 and Cloud PC Microsoft to make hybrid meetings work better with new Teams features coming later this year Microsoft talks with Discord end with no buy for now: Report What's Likely for Microsoft in 2022? Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams How Microsoft is looking to MetaOS to make Microsoft 365 a 'whole life' experience What's next for the Microsoft Cloud Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Does Windows on Arm have a future? Microsoft to increase Microsoft 365, Office 365 commercial prices in March 2022 Microsoft to replace its many mail variants with 'One Outlook' News From the Past Week Bingo Was Almost Cortana's Name-O Google Touts Android App Usage on Chrome OS Microsoft to buy Xandr ad marketplace from AT&T Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Check out this incredible documentary about the history of Xbox App pick of the week: Firewatch Enterprise pick of the week: Azure Space adds more partners, functionality Codename pick of the week: Florence Beer pick of the week: Brasserie d'Achouffe N'ice Chouffe Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UserWay.org/twit att.com/activearmor

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
Windows Weekly 756: The Amish Comic

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 126:30


Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future. With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Microsoft officially acknowledges Windows 10X isn't happening Microsoft brings Windows to the cloud with Windows 365 and Cloud PC Microsoft to make hybrid meetings work better with new Teams features coming later this year Microsoft talks with Discord end with no buy for now: Report What's Likely for Microsoft in 2022? Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams How Microsoft is looking to MetaOS to make Microsoft 365 a 'whole life' experience What's next for the Microsoft Cloud Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Does Windows on Arm have a future? Microsoft to increase Microsoft 365, Office 365 commercial prices in March 2022 Microsoft to replace its many mail variants with 'One Outlook' News From the Past Week Bingo Was Almost Cortana's Name-O Google Touts Android App Usage on Chrome OS Microsoft to buy Xandr ad marketplace from AT&T Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Check out this incredible documentary about the history of Xbox App pick of the week: Firewatch Enterprise pick of the week: Azure Space adds more partners, functionality Codename pick of the week: Florence Beer pick of the week: Brasserie d'Achouffe N'ice Chouffe Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UserWay.org/twit att.com/activearmor

Radio Leo (Audio)
Windows Weekly 756: The Amish Comic

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 126:30


Revisiting Microsoft's 2021 and looking to the future. With the rollout of 21H2, Microsoft moves Windows 10 to annual updates Microsoft officially acknowledges Windows 10X isn't happening Microsoft brings Windows to the cloud with Windows 365 and Cloud PC Microsoft to make hybrid meetings work better with new Teams features coming later this year Microsoft talks with Discord end with no buy for now: Report What's Likely for Microsoft in 2022? Microsoft to extend its 'enterprise metaverse' strategy with Mesh for Teams How Microsoft is looking to MetaOS to make Microsoft 365 a 'whole life' experience What's next for the Microsoft Cloud Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Does Windows on Arm have a future? Microsoft to increase Microsoft 365, Office 365 commercial prices in March 2022 Microsoft to replace its many mail variants with 'One Outlook' News From the Past Week Bingo Was Almost Cortana's Name-O Google Touts Android App Usage on Chrome OS Microsoft to buy Xandr ad marketplace from AT&T Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Check out this incredible documentary about the history of Xbox App pick of the week: Firewatch Enterprise pick of the week: Azure Space adds more partners, functionality Codename pick of the week: Florence Beer pick of the week: Brasserie d'Achouffe N'ice Chouffe Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UserWay.org/twit att.com/activearmor

The Cloudcast
2021 in Review, 2022 Predictions

The Cloudcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 59:54


Aaron (@aarondelp) and Brian (@bgracely) discuss the biggest trends from 2021, and make bold cloud computing predictions in 2022.SHOW: 577CLOUD NEWS OF THE WEEK - http://bit.ly/cloudcast-cnotwCHECK OUT OUR NEW PODCAST - "CLOUDCAST BASICS"SHOW SPONSORS:CBT Nuggets: Expert IT Training for individuals and teamsSign up for a CBT Nuggets Free Learner accountMegaport - Network as a Service PlatformTry Megaport - Cloud Connectivity SimplifiedSHOW NOTES:PODCAST BUSINESS:Crossed out 11yr anniversary We crossed 500 shows (March '21)Most listens in history, up about 20% from last yearWe launched Cloudcast Basics (4 seasons)We launched the Sunday Perspectives showsWe got named #1 Cloud podcastWe got named top 20 security podcastsListeners in 130 countries | 4200 CitiesIPOs from our guests - $2.678BVC Funding for our guest - $2.516BTRENDS and MAJOR STORIES from 2021:COVID pandemic continued, although some parts of many businesses opened up as vaccines became available. Working from Home seems to be a very real, long-term possibility for many in Tech. 25% of workers changed jobs (via LinkedIn)AWS - $60B, Azure - $68B, GCP - $15BAWS has new leadership. re:Invent felt very different.ARM is making a big push in the cloud (and Mac M1)This idea of “supercloud” or “overlay cloud services” is gaining traction - companies like Red Hat, Snowflake, MongoDB, Confluent, CockroachDB, etc. are growing quickly as SaaS services, even when the cloud has a native service.Cloudflare is making a move to chip away at AWS' profits (egress networking)Digital Ocean is making a bigger push around SMB cloud and developersVMware become independent again (from Dell)Cloud providers still haven't acquired legacy software companies to get into the on-premises data centers. They keep adjusting their offerings (Outposts, Arc, Anthos)Kubernetes keeps growing, but the hype has slowed down and moved to other areas adjacent to Kubernetes (Service Mesh, eBPF, etc.)Software-Supply-Chains and DevSecOps “shift left security” are now heavily funded industry segments. The metaverse, Web3, Crypto, NFTs are all starting to get a lots of hype (and confusion)2022 PREDICTIONS: Our 2020 Predictions from last yearOur 2021 Predictions from last yearAARON's PREDICTIONSZero Trust Models (again…) - Also security has been/will be the hardest part of cloud and hot job market will continueMicrosoft will become top public cloud worldwide, AWS will fall to #2Google will settle into 3rd, 4th, even 5th spot… BRIAN's PREDICTIONS Alphabet/Google decides if they still believe they can get to #2 by 2023We'll start seeing the first generation of ex-AWS people starting new companiesFEEDBACK?Email: show at the cloudcast dot netTwitter: @thecloudcastnet

Hit Play Not Pause
*REBROADCAST* Estrogen Matters with Avrum Bluming, MD & Carol Tavris, PhD (Episode 41)

Hit Play Not Pause

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 96:37


Hormone therapy for menopause is rife with confusion, fear, misunderstanding, and outright misinformation. Even doctors, who are often relying on long debunked research, can be at a loss to help women make educated choices for their health, well-being, and performance during this time. This week's guests, Drs. Avrum Bluming and Carol Tavris, authors of Estrogen Matters go to great lengths to describe the real risks (or lack thereof) and myriad benefits of hormone therapy for women in their menopausal years, as well as how to choose among the various formulations. Their goal: Arm every woman with all the information she needs to make an informed, educated decision for her personal menopausal needs. You can learn more about them and their work and buy their book at estrogenmatters.com. Avrum Bluming, MD, is a hematologist and medical oncologist, and a Master of the American College of Physicians, an award bestowed on fewer than 500 of the 100,000 board-certified internists in the United States. He is Emeritus Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Southern California and a former senior investigator for the National Cancer Institute. Carol Tavris, PhD, is a social psychologist who has written widely about psychological science. Her trade books include Anger; The Mismeasure of Woman; and, with Elliot Aronson, Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me). She has won numerous awards for her science writing and contributions to skepticism and gender equity. **Support the Podcast** InsideTracker: 25% off at insidetracker.com/feisty Nuun Hydration: 30% off at nuunlife.com with the code HITPLAY Previnex: 15% off your first order with code HITPLAY at https://www.previnex.com/ Bonafide: 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product with code HITPLAY at https://hellobonafide.com/

Late Night Linux
Late Night Linux – Episode 156

Late Night Linux

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 29:56


We look back at some of the biggest stories and trends of 2021 including Linux on Mars, gaming, Arm, drama, and NFTs.   2021 Linux year in review Mars Linux has made it to Mars [feb] NASA's Ingenuity helicopter achieves historic powered flight on Mars [apr] NASA's Mars helicopter makes second flight [apr] Ingenuity Mars... Read More

Late Night Linux All Episodes
Late Night Linux – Episode 156

Late Night Linux All Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 29:56


We look back at some of the biggest stories and trends of 2021 including Linux on Mars, gaming, Arm, drama, and NFTs.   2021 Linux year in review Mars Linux has made it to Mars [feb] NASA's Ingenuity helicopter achieves historic powered flight on Mars [apr] NASA's Mars helicopter makes second flight [apr] Ingenuity Mars... Read More

Felger & Massarotti
Gasper & Murray: Gary Tanguay calls in, more Pats/Colts thoughts, Five Questions with Gasper (Hour 3)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 44:07


(0:00) Gary Tanguay joins the show to discuss his new book The Arm and the Fall (15:00) More Pats/Colts thoughts (38:00) Five Questions with Gasper  

Gasper & Murray Podcast
Gasper & Murray: Gary Tanguay calls in, more Pats/Colts thoughts, Five Questions with Gasper (Hour 3)

Gasper & Murray Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 44:07


(0:00) Gary Tanguay joins the show to discuss his new book The Arm and the Fall (15:00) More Pats/Colts thoughts (38:00) Five Questions with Gasper  

EETimes On Air
RISC-V Reaches Adolescence 

EETimes On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 31:16


On the Weekly Briefing podcast:     The RISC-V Summit wrapped up last week. RISC-V technology may not be fully grown just yet, but at the event it demonstrated it is already a strapping young ecosystem, with signs it is likely to mature into a formidable competitor for x86 and Arm. With Tirias Research principal analyst Kevin Krewell.  

Tradeoffs
Presenting An Arm and A Leg: The Insurance Warrior

Tradeoffs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 23:44


Like Tradeoffs, An Arm and a Leg tells stories about our complicated health care system. Host Dan Weissmann tells the story of an engineer, who worked for Boeing for over 30 years. When he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, he needed surgery but his insurance denied the claim. That's when his wife called Laurie Todd, the Insurance Warrior. Check out more of this story.Keep up with all Tradeoffs activity this month.Sign up for our weekly newsletter to see what research health policy experts are reading right now, plus recommendations from our staff.Support this type of journalism today, with a gift.Follow us on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Android Central Podcast
Serious Fixing To Do

Android Central Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 115:56


Harish, Nick, Jerry, and Ara check in on the announcements from the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit. Pixel Watch inches closer to reality, and OPPO is sent to release their first foldable phone. The gang also investigate a week's worth of outages and bugs, including AWS downtime and the inability to dial emergency services. Links: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 mobile platform ushers in a new generation for Qualcomm | Android Central Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is coming to these phones in 2022 | Android Central Qualcomm takes the fight to Intel with new 5nm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 ARM chip | Android Central Qualcomm teams up with Razer for the next evolution of mobile gaming | Android Central This could be our first look at official Google Pixel Watch images | Android Central Google's Pixel Watch looks like the Moto 360 successor I've been waiting for | Android Central OPPO's first foldable phone goes after Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 3 | Android Central Samsung's late Galaxy S21 FE launch could actually be a good thing | Android Central The AWS outage that took down Ring, Alexa, and Disney+ is finally over | Android Central This unbelievable bug is keeping Android phones from calling 911 | Android Central First Android 12L beta is here with better user experience and bug fixes | Android Central Samsung could halt the stable One UI 4 rollout for its foldable phones | Android Central Chromecast with Google TV update fixes some of its worst lingering issues | Android Central The Chromecast with Google TV has a fatal flaw — but it's still my favorite | Android Central Sponsors: Indeed: Choose Indeed and join 3 million companies worldwide who use Indeed to hire great people and help grow their teams faster. Get started right now with a free $75 sponsored job credit at indeed.com/acp. Offer valid through December 31. Terms and conditions apply. Codecademy: Join the millions of people learning to code with Codecademy and see where coding can take you. Get 15% off your Codecademy Pro membership when you go to Codecademy.com and use promo code ANDROID.

This Machine Kills
Patreon Preview – 123. Khan Thought Redux

This Machine Kills

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 6:51


As the Federal Trade Commission files suit to block the merger between Nvidia and Arm, we take the opportunity to revisit the excellent and necessary work of the FTC's Chair, Lina Khan. We discuss a recent profile of Khan in the New Yorker. Then dig deeper into a very long, very important paper by Khan making the legal case for reviving the antitrust doctrine of structural separation and applying it to break up platform giants like Amazon, Alphabet, and Facebook. Some stuff we reference ••• The Separation of Platforms and Commerce | Lina Khan https://columbialawreview.org/content/the-separation-of-platforms-and-commerce/ ••• Lina Khan's Battle to Rein in Big Tech | Sheelah Kolhatkar https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/12/06/lina-khans-battle-to-rein-in-big-tech ••• Lina Khan Cashes in Her Chips | David Dayen https://prospect.org/economy/lina-khan-cashes-in-her-chips/ Subscribe to hear more analysis and commentary in our premium episodes every week! patreon.com/thismachinekills Grab fresh new TMK gear: bonfire.com/store/this-machine-kills-podcast/ Hosted by Jathan Sadowski (twitter.com/jathansadowski) and Edward Ongweso Jr. (twitter.com/bigblackjacobin). Production / Music by Jereme Brown (twitter.com/braunestahl)

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 754: Pleasure Per Gigabyte - Edge default browser, Windows 11 Notepad, Windows on ARM

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 129:42


Edge default browser, Windows 11 Notepad, Windows on ARM Microsoft looks ready to make changing browsers on Windows 11 easier Microsoft Steps Back From the Default Browser Cliff Microsoft Edges Tries to Convince Users Not to Download Chrome Microsoft Releases New Windows 11 Pre-Release Build With Several New Features Microsoft redesigns Notepad for Windows 11 Yep, Microsoft is Redesigning Notepad in Windows 11 Too Microsoft Confirms It Could Update Windows 11 Before October 2022 Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22518 | Windows Insider Blog Windows on ARM Qualcomm Unveils the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 for PCs Microsoft Preps Native OneDrive Clients for Windows on ARM, M1 Macs FTC Sues to Block Sale of Arm to Nvidia Microsoft 365 Microsoft to try to push business customers to longer-term subscriptions via price increases Microsoft is rolling out this new look for Office that tackles 'pain points' in design Xbox Halo Infinite Campaign Preview: Approaching Perfection Microsoft Sees Success with Xbox Touch Controls Report: Sony to Merge PS Now, PS Plus, and Take on Xbox Game Pass Tips and picks Tip of the week: Thinking About Teams Essentials? Don't! App pick of the week: Firefox 95 Enterprise pick of this week: Secured-core servers are here Enterprise pick of the week: EU regulators are digging into Nuance Beer pick of the week: Grimm Super Spruce Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: akamai.com/ww wwt.com/twit andela.com/for-companies

The WAN Show Podcast
The Government is SUING NVIDIA? - WAN Show December 3, 2021

The WAN Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 97:34


Join in TEAMGROUP's Holiday giveaway today at: https://bit.ly/3xmOvI7 Test drive Comet Backup with a 30-day free trial and get $50 in free credit when you signup with code WAN at https://www.cometbackup.com Check out the WAN Show & Podcast Gear: https://lmg.gg/podcastgear Check out the They're Just Movies Podcast: https://lmg.gg/tjmpodcast Timestamps: (Courtesy of NoKi1119 NOTE - Timestamps may be off due to sponsor change) [0:00] Chapters. [1:02] Intro. [1:32] Topic #1: FTC sues Nvidia, stops Arm merging. 5:14 Linus's follow-up video idea. 7:09 Linus rants about Windows, discusses video notes. 11:32 RISC-V vs ARM. [13:32] Topic #2: Pixel 6 refuses to charge via cheap cables. [16:22] LTTStore's sweacket. [17:58] Topic #3: Nvidia's rumored 40XX series in 2022. 21:24 Reported specs & wattage of the series. 22:35 Intel's Arc series rumors. 25:26 "New" microphone arms. [26:31] LTTStore's sweacket shipping & MI newsletter. [29:22] Topic #4: Interesting applicants for LMG. [31:44] Sponsors ft more technical difficulties. 32:14 ID Agent's BullPhish ID agent. 33:23 TEAMGROUP's holiday sales & gaming PC giveaway. 34:06 MSI's MPG Z690 Carbon Wifi motherboard. [35:22] Topic #5: Microsoft Edge's "Zip" payment. 39:06 Financing will not justify debt. [40:12] Topic #6: Floatplane development issues on iOS. [45:29] Topic #7: Halo Infinite release. 46:06 Linus's home work progress. 48:46 Progression system & cosmetics. [52:10] Merch messages. [1:28:44] LTTStore cloth like colors & hair scrunchies. [1:39:04] Outro.

DLC
420: Wil Harris: Playstation Plow, Battlefield shakeup, NVIDIA, Forza Horizon 5, FIFA 22, PGA 2k21, Rocket Lead Sideswipe, Solar Ash, Townscaper, Century: Age of Ashes

DLC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 126:27


Jeff and Christian welcome Wil Harris from the New Scientist podcast to the show this week to discuss Sony combining PS Plus and PS Now... just like Jeff predicted! Also, a big shakeup at the Battlefield franchise, and the FTC steps in with Nvidia and ARM. The Playlist: Forza Horizon 5, FIFA 22, PGA 2k21, Rocket Lead Sideswipe, LEGO Star Wars: Castaways, Solar Ash, Townscaper, Century: Age of Ashes Parting Gifts!

5by5 Master Audio Feed
DLC 420: Wil Harris: Playstation Plow, Battlefield shakeup, NVIDIA, Forza Horizon 5, FIFA 22, PGA 2k21, Rocket Lead Sideswipe, Solar Ash, Townscaper, Century: Age of Ashes

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 126:27


Jeff and Christian welcome Wil Harris from the New Scientist podcast to the show this week to discuss Sony combining PS Plus and PS Now... just like Jeff predicted! Also, a big shakeup at the Battlefield franchise, and the FTC steps in with Nvidia and ARM. The Playlist: Forza Horizon 5, FIFA 22, PGA 2k21, Rocket Lead Sideswipe, LEGO Star Wars: Castaways, Solar Ash, Townscaper, Century: Age of Ashes Parting Gifts!

DLC
420: Wil Harris: Playstation Plow, Battlefield shakeup, NVIDIA, Forza Horizon 5, FIFA 22, PGA 2k21, Rocket Lead Sideswipe, Solar Ash, Townscaper, Century: Age of Ashes

DLC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 126:27


Jeff and Christian welcome Wil Harris from the New Scientist podcast to the show this week to discuss Sony combining PS Plus and PS Now... just like Jeff predicted! Also, a big shakeup at the Battlefield franchise, and the FTC steps in with Nvidia and ARM. The Playlist: Forza Horizon 5, FIFA 22, PGA 2k21, Rocket Lead Sideswipe, LEGO Star Wars: Castaways, Solar Ash, Townscaper, Century: Age of Ashes Parting Gifts!

The Vergecast
Jack Dorsey steps down from Twitter / The future of the blockchain / FTC is suing to block Nvidia's purchase of Arm

The Vergecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 95:38


Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn chat with Alex Heath and Casey Newton about Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO of Twitter and what's going in the world of crypto. Managing editor Alex Cranz stops by to share news that the FTC is suing to block Nvidia's $40 billion purchase of Arm. Stories referenced: Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal replaces Jack Dorsey as CEO Jack steps back  An introduction to Parag Agrawal, Twitter's new CEO Big tech's first generation of founders starts to step aside As tech founders resign, Congress loses its favorite targets Jack Dorsey's Square is changing its name to Block The leader of Facebook's stalled cryptocurrency project is leaving the company Macy's is auctioning off Thanksgiving Day Parade NFTs, including this creepy elf Almost buying a copy of the Constitution is easy, but giving the money back is hard ConstitutionDAO will shut down after losing bid for Constitution Is the music industry's future on the blockchain? US banking regulators are looking to clarify crypto rules in 2022  The FTC is suing to block Nvidia's $40 billion purchase of Arm Qualcomm is updating its Snapdragon branding to try and simplify its chip names Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip is here to power the Android flagships of 2022 Qualcomm's new always-on smartphone camera is a privacy nightmare Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 is its latest attempt to hit a Windows on Arm home run Microsoft's Qualcomm exclusivity deal for Windows on Arm reportedly ending soon Qualcomm's new G3x platform could usher in a new wave of Nintendo Switch-alikes Razer's Qualcomm-powered handheld console leaks Meta ordered to sell Giphy by UK regulator Barnes & Noble announces new Nook GlowLight 4, says it cares for real this time Alex's tablet Tile is selling its Bluetooth tracking business to Life360 for $205 million Elizabeth Holmes admits that she was CEO of Theranos, the company she founded Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Daily Tech News Show
There Can Be Only One Delivery – DTNS 4163

Daily Tech News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021


Instacart plans to launch a 15-minute delivery service in a US city as early as February. Qualcomm also announced the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 and 7c+ Gen 3 platforms for ARM-based PCs, built on the 5-nanometer process. Qualcomm says they will get 5G support for both sub-6 and mmWave service, multi-day battery life. upgraded camera,Continue reading "There Can Be Only One Delivery – DTNS 4163"