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Rotoworld Fantasy Basketball Podcast
Waiver Wire, Week 15: Coffey, Kennard, Vincent + Stashes

Rotoworld Fantasy Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 41:04


Matt Stroup, Jonas Nader and Steve Alexander discuss some of the most intriguing waiver wire pickups in fantasy basketball right now, including Amir Coffey, Luke Kennard, Gabe Vincent, and Onyeka Okongwu. We also discuss some pre-trade deadline stashes, with Goga Bitadze, Isaiah Jackson and KJ Martin at the center of the conversation.(2:23) Clippers' supporting cast is stepping up(6:17) Pacers' center rotation(12:43) Okongwu and Capela minutes distribution(18:06) Backups receiving opportunities (21:05) Bucks' backcourt (29:36) Listener questions

Screaming in the Cloud
The Relevancy of Backups with Nancy Wang

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 36:47


About NancyNancy Wang is a global product and technical leader at Amazon Web Services, where she leads P&L, product, engineering, and design for its data protection and governance businesses. Prior to Amazon, she led SaaS product development at Rubrik, the fastest-growing enterprise software unicorn and built healthdata.gov for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Passionate about advancing more women into technical roles, Nancy is the founder & CEO of Advancing Women in Tech, a global 501(c)(3) nonprofit with 16,000+ members worldwide.Nancy is an angel investor in data security and compliance companies, and an LP with several seed- and growth-stage funds such as Operator Collective and IVP. She earned a degree in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania.Links: https://coursera.org/awit Advancing Women in Technology: https://www.advancingwomenintech.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wangnancy/ Advancing Women in Technology LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/advancingwomenintech/ TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Sysdig. Sysdig is the solution for securing DevOps. They have a blog post that went up recently about how an insecure AWS Lambda function could be used as a pivot point to get access into your environment. They've also gone deep in-depth with a bunch of other approaches to how DevOps and security are inextricably linked. To learn more, visit sysdig.com and tell them I sent you. That's S-Y-S-D-I-G dot com. My thanks to them for their continued support of this ridiculous nonsense.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Rising Cloud, which I hadn't heard of before, but they're doing something vaguely interesting here. They are using AI, which is usually where my eyes glaze over and I lose attention, but they're using it to help developers be more efficient by reducing repetitive tasks. So, the idea being that you can run stateless things without having to worry about scaling, placement, et cetera, and the rest. They claim significant cost savings, and they're able to wind up taking what you're running as it is, in AWS, with no changes, and run it inside of their data centers that span multiple regions. I'm somewhat skeptical, but their customers seem to really like them, so that's one of those areas where I really have a hard time being too snarky about it because when you solve a customer's problem, and they get out there in public and say, “We're solving a problem,” it's very hard to snark about that. Multus Medical, Construx.ai, and Stax have seen significant results by using them, and it's worth exploring. So, if you're looking for a smarter, faster, cheaper alternative to EC2, Lambda, or batch, consider checking them out. Visit risingcloud.com/benefits. That's risingcloud.com/benefits, and be sure to tell them that I said you because watching people wince when you mention my name is one of the guilty pleasures of listening to this podcast.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. I've said repeatedly on this show—and I stand by it—that absolutely nobody cares about backups. Because they don't. They do care tremendously about restores, usually right after they really should have been caring about backups.My guest today has more informed opinions on these things than I do, just because I'm bad at computers. But Nancy Wang is someone else entirely. She is AWS's general manager of the AWS Backup service, and heads the Data Protection Team. Nancy, thank you for tolerating me, I appreciate it.Nancy: Hey, no worries because you know, when I heard you say I don't care about backups, I knew I had to come on the show and correct you. [laugh].Corey: It's the sort of thing where there's no one is fanatical as a convert. And every grumpy old sysadmin that is in my cohort either cares a lot about backups or just doesn't even think about it at all. And the question is—the only thing that separates those two groups is have you lost data yet? And once you've lost data and you feel like a heel, you realize, “Wow, this was eminently preventable. What can I do differently to fix this?”And that's when people start preaching the virtues of backups, and you know, this novel ridiculous idea of testing the backups you've made to make sure that it isn't just—yeah, it says it's completing correctly, but if you haven't restored it, you don't really know.Nancy: Yeah. I mean, that's so true, right? And that's why when we're thinking about our holistic data protection strategy, it's less so about, “Hey, make sure that you take backups”—which is albeit a very important part of the data protection hygiene—but is making sure that you can regularly test the things that you're backing up to make sure that, frankly, when you happen to be in a disaster scenario, or someone fat fingers a restore process, that you have good known bits to restore from.Corey: So, people will be forgiven for not, potentially, understanding what AWS Backup is, where it starts and where it stops. I mean, let's be clear, this is sort of the price you as a company get to pay for having 300-some-odd services; not everyone is conversant with every single one of them. I know, I'm as offended as anyone at that fact, but apparently other people have lives. So, what is AWS Backup?Nancy: So, on that note, Corey, I do have to say that I'm probably at a more of an advantage in terms of my name being very descriptive and what it does versus, maybe, Athena or Redshift where it's very clear, hey, we do backups. But actually, if you parse apart the product—and this is why the team itself is called data protection—there are various axes to think about what we do, right? So, to help illustrate, perhaps if you think about axes one as in, what are the different types of application data that we protect, right? There's obviously database data, there's going to be file system data, there's various storage platform data, right? And those are comprised by AWS services that I'm sure you all are very familiar with, love dearly, like RDS, EBS, with EC2, VMs, et cetera, but also, more recently, we added S3, which we'll get to that in just a bit, but because I'd love to talk about, you know, how folks think about S3 and why you might want to back it up, right? So, that's axis number one.Now, if we turn to axis number two, it's about the different platforms where these application data might reside. So there's, of course, in-cloud, and that's the place where most people are familiar with and why they might choose to seek out a first party native data protection provider like AWS Backup. And by the way, we just extended our support to on-premises as well, starting with VMware, which is a thing that a lot of backup admins were super excited to hear about, and all those vExperts out there.And of course, the final axis is we think about how we make sure that we not just protect your data, but we are also able to give you tools like compliance reporting, which we announced in August at re:Inforce, via our CISO, Stephen Schmidt, about, “Hey, once you take your backups, are you monitoring continuously the resource configurations of the application data that you're protecting?” Are your backup plans architected to meet RPO requirements that your organization needs to meet? Are they being, for example, retained for the right amount of times? Is it seven years or is it a month? Many different organizations have widely varying RPO requirements, so making sure that all of that is captured, monitored, and also reportable so when, hey, those, that auditor decides to knock on your door, you have a report ready to say, “Hey, I'm in compliance. And by the way, I'm proactively thinking about how my organization can meet evolving regulations.”Corey: Please tell me you're familiar with AWS Audit Manager, which is, to my understanding, aimed at solving exactly this problem. If the answer is no, this would admittedly not be the first time there I found, “Oh, wow. We have a complete service duplicate hanging out somewhere at AWS.” “Oh, good. How do we make it run in containers?” Being the next obvious question there.Nancy: Sure. Which is actually a great lead-in to, again, another descriptive name of an AWS service, which is AWS Backup Audit Manager. So, if you recall from the re:Inforce keynote, it was one of the slides that was highlighted. The reason being, I'm a firm believer of a managed solution. Because look, we all know that AWS is great at building, I would say, tools or building blocks, or primitives to design end-to-end solutions.Corey: It's the Lego approach to cloud services. “What can I build with this?” “You're only constrained by your imagination.” “Okay, but what can I build?” “Here to talk about that is someone from Netflix.”Great. I want to build Twitter for Pets, which I guess now has to stream video? Yeah, it becomes a very different story. The higher-level service offerings are generally not a common area that AWS has excelled in, but this seems to be a notable exception.Nancy: That's actually where my background is, right? So, previous to AWS, I worked at a not-so-small startup anymore, called Rubrik, down in Silicon Valley, where we spent a lot of time thinking about what is the end-to-end solution for customers. How can customers simply deploy with one click, make sure that they can create policies that are repeatable, that are automated, and go off when you want them to, and make sure that you have reporting, at the end of the day. So, that's really what we focused on, right?But I digress, Corey. To your question about AWS Audit Manager, the name of the service within AWS Backup that handles compliance reporting, and auditing is called AWS Audit Manager, and we certainly didn't pick that name by fluke. The reason being, we wanted AWS Backup, from that managed solution point of view, to be the single central platform where customers come to create data protection policies, where they come to execute those data protection policies, in backup plans, store their backups in encrypted backup vaults, and have the ability to restore them when they want, and finally, report on them. So, it is that single platform.Now, with that said, if, for example, you wanted that reporting to come from AWS Audit Manager, which is a service that does a lot of reporting across many AWS services, you also have that ability. So, depending on what user persona you might be, whether you're from the central compliance office or you're a member of the data protection team within an organization, you might choose to use that functionality separately. And that's the flexibility that my team strived to provide.Corey: One of the most interesting things about AWS Backup is that I did not affirmatively go out of my way to use your service. I did not—to my recollection—wind up saying, “Oh, time to learn about this new thing, and set it up, and be very diligent about it.” But sure enough, I find it showing up on the AWS inventory—which is of course, the bill. And I look at this in a random account I use for various, you know, shitposting extravaganzas, and sure enough, it's last—so far, this month, it is—I'm recording this near the end of the month—it charged me $3.40 to backup 70 gigs of data.Which is first, like on the one hand, there is an argument of, “Now, wait a minute. I didn't opt into this. What gives?” The other side of it though, is how dare you make sure that my data isn't going to be lost, not through your negligence, but through my own, when I get sloppy with an rm -rf. And because I've been using ZFS a fair bit, and it is integrated extraordinarily tightly with that service. It goes super well.It works out when setting this up, unless you go out of your way to disable it, it will set up a backup plan. And first, that is not generally aligned with how AWS thinks about things, which you across the board, generally the philosophy I've gotten is, “Oh, you want to do this thing? That's a different service team. Do it yourself.” But also, it's one of those areas that is the least controversial. If you have to make a decision one way or another, yeah, it's opt people into backups. Was that as hard to get approved as I would suspect it would be, or was that sort of a no-brainer?Nancy: Hopefully you can let me know what your account number is, Corey, so I can make sure it doesn't get marked for fraud—A—but B, going into, you know, our philosophy on protecting data: So, EFS actually was one of our first AWS services that was supported by the AWS Backup service, which is actually quite a fascinating story in itself because the service [AWS Backup] only launched in 2019. Now, AWS has been around for much, much longer than that—Corey: And it feels even three times longer than that. But yes.Nancy: [laugh]. Exactly, right. So, as a central data protection platform for the AWS overall cloud platform, it's quite interesting that from a managed solution perspective, the service is not yet, you know, four years old. We're barely embarking on our third year together. So, with that said, why we started with EFS and a few other services is we wanted to cover the most commonly used stateful data stores for AWS Cloud, EFS being one of them, as the first cloud-native—as Wayne Duso would say—Elastic File System in the cloud.And so what we did is a deeper level integration, what we call our “data plane integration.” So, what does that mean? Customers protecting EFS file systems have the ability to not just restore their entire file system as a file system volume, but also have the ability to specify individual files, folders, that they want to restore from. And so, file level recovery, super, super important. And it's something that we also want to bring for other file systems down the road as well.And so, to your question, Corey, a common design principle that we think about is, how do we make sure that customers are protected? Obviously, in a world where we cannot yet use AI to transcribe every part of a customer's intent when they're looking to protect their data, the closest that we can get is, “Hey, you create a file system. We assume that you want it protected, unless you tell us you don't want to.” And so for certain resources, like EFS, where we have a deeper level integration to our own data plane, we can then say, “Once you create a file system will opt you automatically into AWS Backup protection until you tell us to stop.” And from there, you have all the goodness that comes with AWS Backup, such as file-level restore, such as for example now, WORM [write-once-read-many] lock, which disables the ability to mutate backups from anyone, even someone with admin access.Corey: So, a big announcement in your area at re:Invent, was AWS Backup support for S3. Allow me to set up an intentionally insulting straw man argument here. S3 has vaunted 11 nines of durability, which I think exceeds the likelihood the gravity is going to continue to function. So, are they lying by having AWS Backups supporting it now, or are you just basically selling us something we don't need? Which is it?Nancy: Well, you know, Corey, judging by the hundreds of customers who have been filling up my inbox—and that's why I actually ended up creating a special email alias for the S3 preview—so what we launched at re:Invent was a public preview of the ability to start baking in S3 backup protection—or bucket protection—into their existing data protection workflows, right? And so judging by the hundreds of customers, many of them in highly regulated industries, and FinServ, in healthcare, as well as in the US government, I would say that I think they find it pretty important, and we're not just peddling things they don't need. So, I'm getting ahead of myself. We're actually—we should probably start the conversation—is a deeper dive into how we think about data protection on AWS.And so there's two really core schools of thought, right? One is, you know, focused on data durability, which in itself is a function of technology. So, to your point of 11 nines, right? That is very much true, and that's why S3 increasingly becomes the platform of choice, now, for all of customer's, you know, analytics information, and other stateful stores that they want to keep an S3 buckets for applications, right? But second of all—and this is a part where AWS Backup wants to focus on—is that concept of data resiliency, which itself is a function of external factors. Because, for example, human errors, such as fat-fingering, or miscellaneous entries, could impact for example, how you can access information that's stored in your S3 bucket, or unfortunately, sometimes what we've heard is accidentally deleting an S3 bucket or certain objects in your S3 bucket.Corey: This speaks to the idea of that RAID is not a backup. Sure, you want to make sure a drive failure doesn't lose your data, but you also want to make sure that you overwriting a file that was super important doesn't happen either and RAID, nor data durability and S3, are going to save you from that.Nancy: Yeah. Because for example, we have built in—and this is actually very core to not just AWS Backup, but really how we think about data protection on AWS—is again, that separation of control. So, I encourage you to try to delete, let's say, an EBS volume that is protected by AWS Backup, from the EBS console. You'll likely find a very glaring error in your face that says, “You do not have sufficient privileges to do so.” And the reason we actually make such a separation of control, or our role-based access control—RBAC—so core to our product design is so that, for example, whoever creates that primary volume should not be the same person that deletes it, unless they do happen to be the same person with two different roles.And that prevents, for example, unintended mutations. That also enables the data protection administrator to have the ability to, let's say, do cross-region copies: Having your S3 bucket or objects stored in another region, in another account, that can be completely locked down to anyone, even those with administrator access, right? So, like I said, before, all the platform goodness, AWS Backup, such as version control, WORM locks, having multiple copies of those backups, as well as different protection domains, that's what customers look for when they come to this service.And to your point, especially even with highly durable platforms like S3, there's still external factors that you simply can't control for all the time, right? And having that peace of mind, having that protection that you know is on 24/7, hey, that keeps businesses up, right? And that keeps consumers like you and me able to enjoy all the goodness that those businesses offer.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle HeatWave is a new high-performance query accelerator for the Oracle MySQL Database Service, although I insist on calling it “my squirrel.” While MySQL has long been the worlds most popular open source database, shifting from transacting to analytics required way too much overhead and, ya know, work. With HeatWave you can run your OLAP and OLTP—don't ask me to pronounce those acronyms again—workloads directly from your MySQL database and eliminate the time-consuming data movement and integration work, while also performing 1100X faster than Amazon Aurora and 2.5X faster than Amazon Redshift, at a third of the cost. My thanks again to Oracle Cloud for sponsoring this ridiculous nonsense.Corey: I agree wholeheartedly with everything that you're saying. I had a consulting client where it's coming in optimize the AWS bill, and, “Wow, that sure is a lot of petabytes over in that S3 infrequent access bucket. How about you change the Infrequent Access-One Zone?” “Oh, no, no, no. We lose this data, it basically ends a division of the company.” “Cool. Do you have multi-factor delete turned on?” “No.” “Do you have versioning turned on?” “No.” “Okay. This is why I call it cost optimization, not cost cutting. You should be backing that up somewhere because there is far likelier—by several orders of magnitude—that you or someone on your team intentionally—unlikely—or by accident—very likely, as someone who's extremely accident prone with computers, from my own perspective because I am—is going to accidentally cause data loss there. So yeah, spend more money and back that up.”And they started doing that. So, it's always nice when your recommendations get accepted. But yeah, if data is that important, you absolutely need to have a strategy around that. What I love so far about what I've seen from AWS Backup is—and please don't take this in any way as criticism on it—is that it's so brainless. It just works. Because people don't think about backups until it's too late to have thought about backups.Nancy: Yeah, don't worry, I don't take that as offense, Corey, otherwise I wouldn't be on the show. Absolutely, right? My motto is set it and forget it, right? Just as I want to make it super simple for our mission, for customers to understand our mission, as well as, frankly, the engineers who build the service to understand our mission, it is, “We protect our customers' data on AWS. How? With set-it-and-forget-it data protection policies.”And we try to configure these policies to be fairly comprehensive. You can set everything from, like I mentioned, warm lock, where you want your backup copies created to: Which regions? Which accounts, for example? Which user role do you want to use with these data protection policies? Which services do you want to protect?And even recently, we created the selection ability—or as we call it, AWS Backup Select—so you can include, exclude different resources, even when you have the common union of tags specified on your backup plan. So, the reason we went this comprehensive is so that once you configure a data protection policy, you can really rest assured that, hey, I've done everything in my power to make sure that these resources, this application data that is so critical to my business, is being protected. And oh, by the way, I can see these backups—or as we call in our lexicon, Recovery Points—directly in my console, in my account.Corey: And there's tremendous value to doing that. That is the sort of thing that customers like to see. This is—if you have to move up the stack somewhere, this feels like the place to begin doing it, just because it's so critical to the rest of it. We all have side projects as well. Like, for example, I wind up making insulting parody music videos for people's birthdays when they're not expecting it. You have 80 hours of training content on Coursera. What is that about? Because I don't think it's all about backups.Nancy: No. Although at some point, we should probably get AWS Backup as one of the modules in AWS certification. But I digress. The reason why training is so important to me is one of the ways, actually, that folks find me online is through my presence in the nonprofit world. So, I'm the founder and CEO of a 501(c)(3) organization that's called Advancing Women in Technology, or AWIT, or A-W-I-T for short.The mission of AWIT is really to get more women leaders into visible, into senior tech leadership roles, so frankly and from a selfish perspective, I'm not the only woman in a room many of the times when decisions are being made, right? And that's not just, you know, I'm talking about my current role, but in various roles that I've had throughout the tech industry. So, where does that start? And there's a lot of different amazing organizations that focus on the early career, beginning in the pipeline, which is super important because it is important to get women, underrepresented groups in the door so that they can advance and they can accelerate their careers to becoming leaders, but the areas where AWIT focus is actually in that mid-career.Because once folks, and especially women and underrepresented groups are in the door 10 to 15 years, they're maybe in their first managerial role, or they're in their first leadership role, that's the core time when you want to retain that population, where you want to advance that population, so that in the next, I would say, generation—or hopefully it doesn't even take that long; next 5, 10 years—we see a much more representative leadership room, or board table, right? So, that's really where that goal starts. And so, why do we have 80 hours of training content because part of advancing your career and accelerating your career is having the right skills. Of course having a right network is also very important, and that's something else that we preach, but upskilling yourself, constantly learning about new technologies—I mean, the tech world changes by the minute, right, and so being familiar with new technologies, new frameworks, new ways of thinking about product problems, is really what we focus on. So, we were the first to create the Real-World Product Management Specialization, which you can check out on Coursera. You'll see my mug shot in a lot of those videos.But actually, also of those of some of the best and brightest underrepresented leaders in the industry, such as Sandy Carter, Mai-Lan Tomsen Bukovec, Sabrina Farmer, I mean, the list goes on and on. Including, you know, personal friend who created Coffee Meets Bagel. So hey, for all those connections made out there on that platform, you know, she's also a woman CEO, and used to be a product manager at Amazon.Corey: A dear friend met his partner on Coffee Meets Bagel. I hear good things.Nancy: Oh, awesome.Corey: Fortunately, I was married before it launched, so I've never used the service myself. If I were a reference customer now, that would raise questions.Nancy: [laugh]. Well, let's just say I'm not on the platform, either, so I can't verify or deny that you have a profile. Yeah. So, just having those underrepresented groups and individuals, really stellar rock stars, role models that we would all consider to be super inspirational, as speakers, as instructors on the courses have given so many folks the inspiration, the encouragement that they need to upskill themselves. And so yes, now educated over 20,000 learners worldwide using those courses.And I still receive just amazing notes from them on a daily basis, all over LinkedIn about how they've managed to get promotions from taking these courses, or how they've managed to get jobs in FAANG tech companies as a result of taking these courses. And really, that's the impact that I want to make is one to n, being able to impact a global audience, upskilling a global audience. And so again, in the future, and not so distant future, the leadership room gets so much more representative.Corey: And to complete the trifecta of interesting things you do, you are also an early angel investor and a limited partner in a number of startups. Tell me a little bit about that. It's odd to—at least in my experience—to see folks who are heavily involved in the nonprofit space, the corporate space at a giant tech company, and doing investment all at the same time. It seems like that is not a particularly common combination, at least in the circles in which I travel.Nancy: You could also probably blame it on my extreme ADHD. That's probably very true. Don't worry, I try to control it, most of the time.Corey: I've been struggling to control my own my entire life, which probably explains a lot about why I do the things that I do. I hear you.Nancy: It makes sense, right? From one to another. It honestly makes me better at my job. And I'll explain why. So, if you look at some of the new or joint marketing campaigns that AWS Backup or data protection team has done this past year with various startups—namely Open Raven; there'll be others we're working with in the new year—being able to just get some of that inspiration from founders, so thinking about how can we have a better together story?You specialize in, let's say with the case of Open Raven, in data visibility and let's say scanning S3 buckets for vulnerabilities, for different content. And hey, we specialize in data recovery process, or then that data protection policy creation process. How do we come together to form a really awesome solution for our highly regulated customers, or compliance-minded customers? That's the story that I love to tell, and frankly, I just get so inspired from talking to startup founders. The reason why I have also advised a few venture capitalists—namely Felicis Ventures—on, for example, their investment thesis is I just see so much potential in this environment, right?And there's really that adage, where it's big enough sandbox for a lot of players. Just like, for example, how Snowflake and Redshift have managed to coexist together on the AWS platform, there's a lot of just goodness, too, that exists between the data security world, how they customers think about securing their data, to the data protection world because, hey, you can't protect what you can't see, so you need to be make sure that you have that data visibility angle, along with that protection angle, along with that recovery angle. And hey, all of this needs to be within your data perimeter, within a secure zone, right? How do you securitize your data? So, all of that really comes together in this melding world.And of course, there's also adjacent themes such as, well, once you protect your data, how can you also make sure that the quality of your data is high? And that's where pretty interesting startups in the data observability space, such as Monte Carlo, have come up. Which is, “Hey, I need to rely on my business data to make important decisions that affect my customers, so how can I make sure that what's ever coming out of my data lake or data warehouse is correct, it truly reflects the state of the business?” So, all of that is converging, and that's why, you know, it's just super exciting to be a part of this space, to not only create net new, I would say greenfield opportunities on the AWS platform, but also use this as an opportunity to partner with startup CEOs and various startups in the data space, data infrastructure space, to create more use cases, more solutions for customers who otherwise we'd have to rely on either custom scripts, or simply not having any solutions in this space at all.Corey: There's something to be said for doing the—how do I frame this?—the boring work that's always behind the scenes, that is never top of mind. People don't get excited about things like data protection, about compliance, about cost optimization, about making sure that the fire insurance is paid up on the building before you wind up insulting execs at big companies, et cetera, et cetera. And that—but it is incredibly important—in my case, especially that last one—just because if you don't get that done, there's massive risk, and managing that risk is important. It's nice to see that it's not just the shiny features that are getting the attention. It's the stuff of, “Okay, how do we do this safely and securely?” That is the area that I think is not being particularly well served these days, so it's honestly refreshing to see someone focusing on that as an area of active investment.Nancy: I mean, absolutely. Perhaps one data point I should also share, because I do get questions asked of, “What gets you so excited about compliance, about audit?” Well, I used to work for the US government. So, if that tells you anything—and I used to hold an active secret clearance—that hopefully explains some things about why I'm passionate about the areas I am. But, that's really where, you know, back to your comment that you made on the core tenet or the ethos of the AWS Backup service, which is, “Set it, forget it, make it super simple,” is I want to design systems or solutions that enable customers to focus on developing applications, working on building business logic, whereas we will create the comprehensive data protection policies that protect your data.And especially in the world of ever evolving cyber attacks where the attackers are getting more and more sophisticated, they have more backdoor methods that go undetected for many months, as was the case in attacks over the past recent years, or in the case of pesky ransomware attacks, where certain insurance companies have even stopped paying ransoms, right, and you're wondering, “Well, how do I get my data back?” This is the world that we live in. And so, you know, yes, there might be ever-evolving more, I would say, sophisticated ways to detect vulnerabilities, or attacks, or do pattern matching between known attack patterns, but really what remains core and should be core to a lot of companies' recovery strategies, as per the NIST cybersecurity framework, is actually having a good way to restore. And that goes back to something that you mentioned at the beginning of this recording, Corey, which is making sure that you're regularly testing your backups because as you said, no one cares that you're taking backups, but people do care about the ability to restore. So, having known good bits that exist in a secure vault, that exists maybe in some air gap account or region, where you know that it's going to be there for you, that it's restorable is going to be super key.And we're already seeing that trend in a lot of customers that I speak with. And by the way, these aren't just customers in highly regulated industries. They're really customers that now are increasingly relying on data to make business decisions. Just like, for example, there's that adage that says, you know, “Software is eating the world,” well, now most businesses are data-driven businesses, and so data is core to their business mission. And so protecting that, it should also be core to their business mission.Corey: I really wish that were the case a bit more than it is.Nancy: True that. So, I would have to say, “Hear, hear.” And this is actually what makes my job so, just, fun frankly, is that I get to have these conversations with thought leaders at various different companies, who are my clients or customers of AWS. And these are different, I would say, leaders, ranging from IT leaders, to compliance leaders, to CISOs who I have these conversations with. And oftentimes it does start with this very, I would say, innocuous question, which is, “Well, why should I think about protecting my data?” And then we're able to go into, “Well, this is how you think about tiering your data, this is how you think about different SLAs that you might have for your data, and then finally, this is how you would think about architecting a data protection solution into your environment.”Corey: Nancy, I want to thank you for taking some time out of your day to speak with me. If people want to learn more about what you're up to and how you're viewing these things, where can they find you?Nancy: Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn, whether you have a service that you desperately want AWS Backup to protect—yes, I get a lot of those tweets or LinkedIn posts—absolutely happy to consider them and to prioritize them on the future roadmap. Or if you want to give me a feedback about your experience, more than happy to take those as well. Also, if you're a startup founder and you have a brilliant new idea, and data infrastructure, always happy to grab coffee or drinks and hear about those ideas.And lastly, if you're looking to upskill yourself either product management or cloud tech skills, find us on Coursera at https://www.coursera.org/awit, or on LinkedIn as Advancing Women in Technology. Either way, whether you fit into one or more or all of these buckets, I'd love to hear from you.Corey: And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:32:36]. Thank you so much for speaking with me today. I really appreciate it.Nancy: Well, thank you, Corey. It's always a pleasure, and I'll see you very soon in person in SF.Corey: I look forward to it. Nancy Wang, General Manager of AWS Backup and AWS Data Protection. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an insulting comment that I will then delete because it wasn't backed up.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

LINUX Unplugged
441: Planet Incinerating Technology

LINUX Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 64:43


We make some last-minute changes to our server setup and catch up on a bunch of thought-provoking feedback. Special Guests: Martin Wimpress and Neal Gompa.

Eagle Eye: A Philadelphia Eagles Podcast
Eagles' backups lose … now let's get to the playoffs

Eagle Eye: A Philadelphia Eagles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 33:15


On the latest Eagle Eye podcast, Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro discuss:0:00 - Eagles rest their starters11:00 - Running game is still strong16:00 - Trouble on defense22:55 - A couple new injuries26:15 - JJAW and Reagor disappoint30:00 - Jay Ajayi calls it a careerSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
BGN Instant Reaction Show: Eagles fall to Cowboys, who cares! Eagles backups hung in game with Dallas starters

Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 41:25


Eytan Shander and Jessica Towne Taylor discuss the biggest takeaways from the Eagles meaningless Week 18 loss to the Cowboys, 51-26. Subscribe to the BGN YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/BleedingGreenNationSBN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Starfleet Underground
His Life Was Voided

Starfleet Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 68:37


Into the rift we go - It's a void. It eats photonic flares and a DOT-23 dies screaming. The computer gets emotional, Gray asks Zora to play a game. Saru puts the smack down. Does Book have Daddy issues? And Burnham gets hot when Zora sings. Meanwhile, the whole crew is...Buffering, including Grudge. -Brought to you by Section 31- 00:00 Episode 103 01:00 Welcome to the show 01:12 Are you tweaking? 01:30 Call back to last show - Christmas Special where Dots and Tribbles Sing 02:40 Tea with weird ingredients 03:25 Loud tribute to fallen DOT: Scream for Sto'Vo'Kor 04:12 Disconnecting? We like to Plug It In 04:44 He can make a hat! 05:05 Join our Patreon! Top Tier gets a HAT! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground 06:12 Nine Inches 06:40 Sex in Star Trek update 07:30 Don't call someone a -Censored by Section 31- 07:45 CU Next Tuesday 07:58 Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve, and Talent 08:30 NO KIDS 09:45 News: Discovery's Schedule 10:05 News: Mr. Spock's Ears https://airandspace.si.edu/stories/editorial/iconic-ears-mr-spock 10:15 News: Borg Queen to Come 11:10 Best place to take a Borg Queen 11:17 News: Star Treks leaving Hulu 11:50 The Matrix Erection 13:30 News: Mini Comic-Book Series, starting with Grudge Back Story https://comicbook.com/startrek/news/star-trek-discovery-comic-book-adventures-in-the-32nd-century-grudge/ 14:00 Space Pussy 14:45 News: Anson Mount has kid https://www.dailystartreknews.com/read/anson-mount-announces-the-birth-of-his-daughter-clover-on-december-4th 15:20 Find your own news about Jonathon Frakes 16:30 Star Trek: Discovery S4E6 -"Stormy Weather" 16:55 Death of a DOT...SCREAMING 18:34 Zora's Feelings 18:50 Gray - left alone 19:30 Feeling like a Dunsel 21:30 The Scientifically Impossible, just like Heather's Cooking 22:25 Pinball! 23:11 Act I - "Let's Play Half an Hour in Heaven...Oh wait, I meant The Darkness" 23:20 It's so dark, let's send out a lens flare 24:00 Learning to Delegate 25:00 Is that power in your pocket? 26:00 Detmer's on it. 26:40 Shall we play a game? 28:00 Photonic Flare 28:29 Act II - "Da? Is that You? Let's Play Chess. Anyone want a space-cicle? 29:10 More Science! 29:57 RIP Ensign Cortez 30:24 His life Was Voided 30:45 Double Holy Fuck 31:44 Communing with Mushrooms 33:00 Chief Medical Officer 34:45 Same Sound 35:50 Zora Overwhelmed 36:44 Saru said no. Not a Debate 37:14 The Saru Slam. Now at Denny's? 37:50 The Galactic Barrier. Like a condom 38:40 Act III - "10 Minutes at 281 kHz Makes For A Crispy Crew" 40:10 Brainstorming 40:35 Walk-In Microwave? 41:20 Book's Subconscious 42:40 A Big-Ass Cat and Cool-Ass Spaceship 43:20 Book's Name 43:50 Treating Zora like a member of the crew 44:55 Book's Name means... 45:50 Toxic Male Masculinity 46:10 Betty White on Balls 47:00 Not a Mayberry Moment 47:30 Apologizing to Saru 48:00 Buffering the whole crew 50:20 Not Hypersleep 51:00 Backups on Beam Down? 51:43 How to best please yourself 53:00 They're not really gone? 53:10 Three Difficult Words for men... 53:45 Fire Everywhere - Sparking 55:00 Black Voids Matter 56:30 Act IV - "Overcoming Emotions, Family Trees, and Extra-Galactic Origins" 57:26 Amazing Singing Voice 58:00 She was "Burn"ham 58:55 The Tree 59:15 Origins 1:00:00 Fixing Programmable Matter 1:01:30 But to connect 1:02:16 Wrapping up Thanks for listening! Now on Patreon! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground Email: thecollective@starfleetunderground.com Website: starfleetunderground.com Twitter: twitter.com/StarfleetUnderG Instagram: instagram.com/starfleetunderground Facebook: facebook.com/starfleetunderground YouTube: www.youtube.com/Qtsy16 Explicit

The Personal Computer Radio Show
The Personal Computer Radio Show - 12.29.21

The Personal Computer Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 55:00


" The Personal Computer Show Wednesday December 29th 2021 PRN.fm Streaming On the Internet 6:00 PM Eastern Time IN THE NEWS o The Fragile Infrastructure of Cloud Computing and the Amazon Web Services Outages o Managing Your Email Messages and Its Storage Space o Organizers of CES 2022 Say the Show is Still On o Previews of the Upcoming 2022 Consumer Electronic Show IT Pro Series with Benjamin Rockwell o Backups and Redundancies Are Good From The Tech Corner o Year-End Wrap-Up of Technology Highlights in 2021 Technology Chatter with Benjamin Rockwell and Marty Winston o New Year Resolutions "

IBM Analytics Insights Podcasts
Al and Greg Edwards discuss CryptoStopper, backups, and cybercrime and how it affects your business

IBM Analytics Insights Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 45:19


Want to be featured as a guest on Making Data Simple? Reach out to us at [almartintalksdata@gmail.com] and tell us why you should be next. AbstractMaking Data Simple Podcast is hosted by Al Martin, VP, IBM Expert Services Delivery, where we explore trending technologies, business innovation, and leadership ... while keeping it simple & fun.This week on Making Data Simple, we have Greg Edwards, CEO at Cryptostopper.  Greg has been a technology entrepreneur since 1998. Before Greg founded CryptoStopper, Greg started Axis Backup, a backup and disaster recovery company for the insurance industry. Greg  saw firsthand the rapid increase in the damage cyber criminals were doing with debilitating malware resulting in high financial loss to vulnerable companies. Between 2012 and 2015, one in five of Axis Backup's clients was hit by cybercrime. Greg realized effective cyber security could save businesses from costly downtime and compromised systems. In 2015, Axis Backup was acquired by J2 Global, freeing Greg to create CryptoStopper and focus exclusively on cybersecurity.Show Notes1:29 – Greg's background6:20 – Why the name CryptoStopper?8:06 – How do you define ransomware? 12:18 – 1 in 5 backups were hit by cybercrime?16:05 – How bad is it?24:38 – What does your technology do?29:36 – What makes your product different?33:31 – Ransomware is the # 2 threat to businessesgetcryptostopper.comGreg's email: gedwards@ getcryptostopper.comConnect with the TeamProducer Kate Brown - LinkedIn. Producer Steve Templeton - LinkedIn. Host Al Martin - LinkedIn and Twitter. 

Making Data Simple
Al and Greg Edwards discuss CryptoStopper, backups, and cybercrime and how it affects your business

Making Data Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 45:19


Want to be featured as a guest on Making Data Simple? Reach out to us at [almartintalksdata@gmail.com] and tell us why you should be next. AbstractMaking Data Simple Podcast is hosted by Al Martin, VP, IBM Expert Services Delivery, where we explore trending technologies, business innovation, and leadership ... while keeping it simple & fun.This week on Making Data Simple, we have Greg Edwards, CEO at Cryptostopper.  Greg has been a technology entrepreneur since 1998. Before Greg founded CryptoStopper, Greg started Axis Backup, a backup and disaster recovery company for the insurance industry. Greg  saw firsthand the rapid increase in the damage cyber criminals were doing with debilitating malware resulting in high financial loss to vulnerable companies. Between 2012 and 2015, one in five of Axis Backup's clients was hit by cybercrime. Greg realized effective cyber security could save businesses from costly downtime and compromised systems. In 2015, Axis Backup was acquired by J2 Global, freeing Greg to create CryptoStopper and focus exclusively on cybersecurity.Show Notes1:29 – Greg's background6:20 – Why the name CryptoStopper?8:06 – How do you define ransomware? 12:18 – 1 in 5 backups were hit by cybercrime?16:05 – How bad is it?24:38 – What does your technology do?29:36 – What makes your product different?33:31 – Ransomware is the # 2 threat to businessesgetcryptostopper.comGreg's email: gedwards@ getcryptostopper.comConnect with the TeamProducer Kate Brown - LinkedIn. Producer Steve Templeton - LinkedIn. Host Al Martin - LinkedIn and Twitter. 

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs Kelce, Bolton Niang to Return, RIP John Madden, Standout Backups + Bengals First Look with Matt Derrick

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 27:28


Chiefs Kelce, Bolton Niang to Return, RIP John Madden, Standout Backups + Bengals First Look with Matt Derrick

The Michael Kay Show
Legendary backups: 12/21/21

The Michael Kay Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 84:09


On Tuesday's show, Michael shares his thoughts on the Mets decision to go with Buck Showalter. Plus, would Adam Silver consider pausing the NBA season? And who are the most classic NFL backup QB's of all time?

Bull & Fox
Ross Tucker says Browns' identical offense with backups says more about who they are right now; trending toward 8-9 finish

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 15:45


Ross Tucker talks about the Browns' loss to the Raiders, the inability to close the game out on both sides of the ball, the lack of difference in the offense with backups this week, the most likely finish in the AFC North and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ben Maller Show
Hour 2 - Brownie Backups

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 50:00


Ben Maller breaks down the 2nd of the MNF double header as the Browns lose in the final seconds to the Raiders despite missing many key players to COVID, Maller to the Third Degree, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Backup Central's Restore it All
IT Admin deletes entire datacenter THEN tests his backups!

Backup Central's Restore it All

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 58:39


This week's guest tells the most incredible story we've ever had on the podcast. We've had ransomware restores, disaster recoveries after a hurricane, but we've never had someone who deleted their entire computing environment and then restored it using their backups. (Backups that had never been tested to this degree, BTW.) Paul VanDyke is the IT Supervisor at the Kodiak Island Borough in Alaska, which is the second largest island in the US and has to satisfy its backup and DR needs while staying on the island. Cloud resources are not a possibility due to bandwidth concerns, so he's doing things “old school.” We first talk about the kinds of things they are protecting from, including tsunamis, fires, and strong winds. They are primarily based on tape, and for DR they store copies of all backups in a nearby safe. We discussed ways they could improve their resilience, such as shipping some tapes to a location on the mainland. But the highlight of this episode is the story of when Paul intentionally destroyed his entire environment and then tested his backup system! He learned many valuable lessons, starting with “don't ever do that again!” Luckily, his test was successful, albeit not without some challenges. He wiped the storage arrays on five servers: two domain controllers, an email server, a file server, and an application server and then restored them. (He had his reasons for doing it this way, which he goes into in the podcast.) One big thing he learned was how restores are often slower than backups. So he prioritized critical apps (e.g. email, fileserver, logins) and got them up by Monday morning. Then it took him a few more days to get the application server up and running due to a more complicated restore. We have a really good discussion on how Paul could have done things better, including a really good idea that Prasanna came up with it. Curtis also tells a similar story about the first time he “tested” backups when he actually needed them, versus doing it in advance. We cover a number of topics and questions on this podcast: What was an Exabyte Mammoth (M2) tape drive? What is a helical scan tape drive? What is multiplexing? Why can restores be slower than backups? What happens when you rebuild a RAID array? Should you have a post-mortem after a large incident? How important is recovery testing? How important is it to set expectations in IT, especially when it comes to recovery times?

The Homelab Show
The Homelab Show Ep. 37 – Proxmox Backups

The Homelab Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 33:45


https://thehomelab.show/ The sponsor for today’s episode https://www.linode.com/homelabshow https://lawrencesystems.com/https://www.learnlinux.tv/

Data Protection Gumbo
124: Growing Adoption of Object Storage for Backups - OSNEXUS

Data Protection Gumbo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 35:05


Steven Umbehocker, Founder and CEO of OSNEXUS explains why object storage has the scalability required for companies to manage petabytes of backup data, his views on the open-source Ceph technology, and when to use the public cloud object storage vs private cloud.

TSN 1040: Sekeres & Price
December 13 2021 - John Shannon (Co-Host of the Bob McCown Podcast), Jeff Paterson (Canucks Reporter), Michael Russo (The Athletic)

TSN 1040: Sekeres & Price

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 174:08


The ‘Welcome Matt' addressed the presser with Aquilini and Rutherford and the culture of the Vancouver Canucks. John Shannon joined Matt and Blake in his regular Monday spot. Talked about the kind of guy Rutherford is. Says he is a man of few mistakes. He understands the media business. Talked about how well suited he is to deal with Aquilini after his experience in Carolina. Says he is playing with house money. If it's not going the way he wants, he will just leave. John laughs at the thought JR had that he wouldn't get back in the game. He hired one of the best agents to get him a job. Even when Jimmy is angry, it is a controlled anger. Very dependable and predictable on how he deals with issues. When the world is chaotic, he will take a step back. Thinks most people came away from the presser will say to give him a chance now. He has a great CV and is a people person. Jim and Bruce are on a honeymoon right now. Means we could get a real answer, more than an abrupt answer. Says Travis went to the yups and no's.  The ‘Price is Right' talks about how we in the media want a winning team.  Jeff Paterson joined in his regular spot to break down the Aquilini and Rutherford presser. The guys talked about the state of the team, especially the d-core. Talked more about the game vs Carolina. Talked about Bruce Boudreau comments after the win that JPat says would have been picked apart if it came from the media. Liked the candidness. Says this week has been the perfect storm because of how their opponents have rolled out. Backups and 2nd half of back to back games. Mike Russo joined Matt and Blake to talk about the Bruce Boudreau he covered in Minny. Would rather hang out and chat with beat writers than go back to the locker room after that. Talked about what he is like when things aren't going well. Sure he does, when tension ratchets up. He has had some playoff disappointment. He has a good sense when to turn strict on them. There will be times where he raises his voice. Not always the cartoon character. Talked about the difference with Evason in MIN then they were with Bruce. Can only imagine the way he is salivating with the offensive firepower in Vancouver. Talked about “Bruce there it is”. Never heard of it in MIN but wishes he thought of it. Talked about the different size of media markets between VAN and MIN. Mike said Bruce loves the media. His favourite guys are the insiders. Says he is addicted to NHL Network and TSN. Won't like being hand tied by the Canucks.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Backup Central's Restore it All
ZFS filesystem in the cloud – just for your backups

Backup Central's Restore it All

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 64:11


The founder of rsync.net, John Kozubik, joins us on the podcast this week. It's a unique offering: a ZFS filesystem running in a private cloud – accessible only via SSH – that is designed just for sending your backup data to. They support anything that can run over SSH. Use rsync, scp, etc. to copy your data unencrypted, or something like restic, duplicity, or borg, if you want your backups to be encrypted. (All backups are encrypted in flight, of course, because they are all over SSH.). The servers are completely locked down except for the SSH port, so they're about as secure as they can be for what they are. You can configure ssh to behave the way you want it (e.g. passphrase, MFA, etc.), and the ZFS filesystem automatically creates daily snapshots of the backups you send there. (More complicated schedules can also be created.) You pay by the gigabyte ($.025/GB/mth) for the size of the ZFS filesystem and its associated snapshots, but they urge you to NOT over-provision. Provisioning is easy and non-disruptive, so only add storage when you need it. For an extra fee ($.017/GB/mth), they can also replicate your backups to another region. It's a no-nonsense offering that seems to be unique out there – especially when you add the ZFS features. Check out the website and rsync.net, and you'll see they aren't spending any money on being flashy. They just want to build a rock-solid ZFS syncing destination that is separate from any cloud provides.

Hacker Public Radio
HPR3486: Unleash the true potential of GNU nano text editor

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021


Text editors are highly subjective and highly opinionated commodities. Everyone is aware of infamous rivalry between users of Emacs and Vi/Vim. Every single text editor has its own strengths and weaknesses. At the end of the day it's the question of your personal preferences and muscle memory when it comes to default key-bindings. Both Emacs and Vim have a learning curve. Steepness of that curve depends on the person's background and interests. Hey, but today I'm not here to talk about Emacs and Vim. I'm here to talk about a simple, easy to use and almost ever present text editor called GNU nano. So what exactly is this nano text editor? Well, according to documentation available on GNU nano's website, GNU nano was designed to be a free replacement for the Pico text editor, part of the Pine email suite from The University of Washington. It aimed to "emulate Pico as closely as is reasonable and then include extra functionality". Pico and Pine email suites are still around so what was the need to create nano in the first place? The answer is license. Pico and Pine email suites nowadays are available under Apache-2.0 license but that always wasn't the case and this ambiguity in the original licensing terms of the Pico editor led to the creation of nano. It was first created in 1999 with the name TIP (an acronym for TIP Isn't Pico), by Chris Allegretta. The name was changed to nano on January 10th, 2000 to avoid a naming conflict with the existing Unix utility tip. The name comes from the system of SI prefixes, in which nano is 1000 times larger than pico. In February 2001, nano became a part of the GNU Project. BTW if you want to know more about SI prefixes, I'd highly recommend you to listen to HPR episode 3453 - Engineering notation by Ken Fallon. nano is really small in footprint and is relatively easy to use compared to Emacs and Vim and perhaps this is the reason why you'd invariably find it already installed on almost all GNU/Linux distributions. If you have ever used nano before you might have noticed that it looks kinda boring; there are no line-numbers nor there is any syntax highlighting and spell-checking also seems absent. But this is not true. nano has all of these features and even some more like regex searches, indentation, multiple buffers, available at its disposal. Then why does it come across as a plain Jane? The short answer is, I honestly don't know! For some unknown and obscure reasons many of nano's cool features are disabled by default. This results in nano coming across as a plain Jane little text editor that is uncool. And as I mentioned earlier, that is not true. But worry not! It is so darn easy to unleash the true potential of nano and make it shine. Are you ready? Great! Let's do it together then! First thing we need to to do is create a file with the name .nanorc in the $HOME directory. Open your terminal emulator and run, touch $HOME/.nanorc We'd also need to create a directory called Nano_Backups in our Documents directory. To do so run the following command, mkdir -p $HOME/Documents/Nano_Backups Next open that .nanorc file and simply paste the following content in it, set atblanks set autoindent set backup set backupdir "/home/USERNAME/Documents/Nano_Backups" set boldtext set constantshow set cutfromcursor set indicator set linenumbers set magic set minibar set mouse set showcursor set softwrap set speller "aspell -x -c" set trimblanks set whitespace "»·" set zap set multibuffer set titlecolor bold,lightwhite,blue set promptcolor lightwhite,lightblack set statuscolor bold,lightwhite,green set errorcolor bold,lightwhite,red set spotlightcolor black,lime set selectedcolor lightwhite,magenta set stripecolor ,yellow set scrollercolor cyan set numbercolor cyan set keycolor cyan set functioncolor green include "/usr/share/nano/*.nanorc" bind ^Q exit all bind ^S savefile main bind ^W writeout main bind ^O insert main bind ^H help all bind ^H exit help bind ^F whereis all bind ^G findnext all bind ^B wherewas all bind ^D findprevious all bind ^R replace main bind ^X cut main bind ^C copy main bind ^V paste all bind ^P location main bind ^E execute main bind ^A mark main unbind ^K main unbind ^U all unbind ^N main unbind ^Y all unbind M-J main unbind M-T main bind ^T gotoline main bind ^T gotodir browser bind ^T cutrestoffile execute bind ^L linter execute bind M-U undo main bind M-R redo main bind ^Z undo main bind ^Y redo main You'll have to replace USERNAME in the line number four, set backupdir "/home/USERNAME/Documents/Nano_Backups/" with your actual username and then save this file. Wouldn't it be nice if the colors in nano were different for a normal user and a root user? Yes, for sure. To do so create an empty .nanorc file in the root's directory, sudo touch /root/.nanorc Next create the backup directory Nano_Backups in root's Documents directory. To do so run the following command, sudo mkdir -p /root/Documents/Nano_Backups Open that /root/.nanorcfile and paste this content in it and save the changes, set atblanks set autoindent set backup set backupdir "/root/Documents/Nano_Backups/" set boldtext set constantshow set cutfromcursor set indicator set linenumbers set magic set minibar set mouse set showcursor set softwrap set speller "aspell -x -c" set trimblanks set whitespace "»·" set zap set multibuffer set titlecolor bold,lightwhite,magenta set promptcolor black,yellow set statuscolor bold,lightwhite,magenta set errorcolor bold,lightwhite,red set spotlightcolor black,orange set selectedcolor lightwhite,cyan set stripecolor ,yellow set scrollercolor magenta set numbercolor magenta set keycolor lightmagenta set functioncolor magenta include "/usr/share/nano/*.nanorc" bind ^Q exit all bind ^S savefile main bind ^W writeout main bind ^O insert main bind ^H help all bind ^H exit help bind ^F whereis all bind ^G findnext all bind ^B wherewas all bind ^D findprevious all bind ^R replace main bind ^X cut main bind ^C copy main bind ^V paste all bind ^P location main bind ^E execute main bind ^A mark main unbind ^K main unbind ^U all unbind ^N main unbind ^Y all unbind M-J main unbind M-T main bind ^T gotoline main bind ^T gotodir browser bind ^T cutrestoffile execute bind ^L linter execute bind M-U undo main bind M-R redo main bind ^Z undo main bind ^Y redo main What we have just done is, we have enabled some useful features of nano and changed the default keybindings to the more familiar ones like Ctrl+C for copying, Ctrl+X for cutting, Ctrl+V for pasting and a bunch of other key combinations. We've also enabled automatic backing-up of documents. Backups will get saved in the user's Documents/Nano_Backups directory. Spell checker is enabled in nano via this configuration but to utilize it you'll have to install aspell and aspell-dictionary from your package manager. Kudos! We have turned a timid GNU nano into a powerful wildebeest. Try this configuration and if possible leave your feedback. A word of warning. Package maintainers often ship stripped down versions of nano so one of these features might not be present in your installation and in that case, nano will throw some errors and refuse to start. You have two choices in that scenario; first, disable that feature by deleting the corresponding line from .nanorc file. Your second option is to download the nano source code and compile it yourself with all the features intact. If I were you, I'd go with the second option as compiling nano is really simple and straightforward. Only extra packages that you will need are libncurses-dev and libmagic-dev. I'll leave you guys with a quote from some wise man, Good Things Come in Small Packages.

9to5Mac Happy Hour
iCloud Photos backups, keys in Apple Wallet, AR headset specs

9to5Mac Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 70:33


It's storytime with Zac leading into a discussion about just how hard it can be to keep backups of iCloud Photos. Meanwhile, Apple avoids the Epic deadline, launches hotel keys in Apple Wallet and Ming-Chi Kuo releases some specs for the upcoming AR/VR Apple headset. Sponsored by TextExpander: Visit textexpander.com/podcast and select 9to5Mac Happy Hour to save 20% off your first year! Sponsored by ExpressVPN: Take back your Internet privacy today and get 3 months free with a 1-year package at ExpressVPN.com/HappyHour. Sponsored by Overland: Don't wait another day to slip into something way more comfortable. Get the best, highest-quality sheepskin slippers on the market at Overland.com/HAPPYHOUR. You'll get free shipping and free returns. Follow Zac Hall @apollozac Benjamin Mayo @bzamayo Read More Apple releases updated iOS 15.2 RC and macOS 12.1 RC builds to developers [U] Kuo: Apple's mixed reality headset to have advanced hand gesture detection Apple granted delay in complying with App Store changes required by Epic ruling Apple launches support for keys in Apple Wallet, starting with six Hyatt hotels iOS 15.2 shows a service history of repaired parts in your iPhone Kuo: First Apple AR/VR headset weighs about 350 grams, lighter second-gen model already in development Listen to more Happy Hour Episodes Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Listen to more 9to5 Podcasts Stacktrace Apple @ Work Alphabet Scoop Electrek The Buzz Podcast Space Explored Rapid Unscheduled Discussions Enjoy the podcast? Shop Apple at Amazon to support 9to5Mac Happy Hour or shop 9to5Mac Merch!

Everything's Phine w/ Kyle Pagan
Gardner Minshew Welcome To The Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Backups!

Everything's Phine w/ Kyle Pagan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 83:58


Minshew Mania threw all over MetLife Stadium and Gardner Minshew now enters the most illustrious group in pro sports: The Hall of Backups that have played for the Philadelphia Eagles. Mark & Kyle talked about why it's good for Jalen Hurts, Howie, Sirianni, the Draft, and free agency that Minshew put out some tape from a pocket passer. The Carson Wentz trade was a rare win win, Fireman Ed is a disgrace, jerseys can tell you how much a fanbase sucks, and Kyle's MetLife experience. (00:00 - 38:30) NFC East Round-up: Dabo to the Raiders? Is the Heineking good or mediocre? Geno Smith vs. Mike Glennon for 2013 NFL Draft passing supremacy is one of the best storylines this season. (38:30 - 47:35) Joel Embiid throws more shade at Ben Simmons, Mark will convince you on CJ McCollum for Ben Simmons, and this Sixers season is lacking the juice. (47:35 - 59:04) Finally, Mike Sielski comes on to talk about his new book The Rise: Kobe Bryant and the Pursuit of Immortality to give a look into how Kobe became the Black Mamba from an early age. (59:04 - 1:23:58) If you like what you heard please rate, review, & subscribe so more people can find the show! Follow the podcast on Twitter @evrythingsphine Follow the podcast on Instagram @everythingsphine Follow Kyle on Twitter @kylesphine Follow Mark on Twitter @MarkHenryJr_ SUPPORT THE SPONSORS SUPPORT THE SHOW

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast
December 7, 2021: Nikki Medoro - Worst traffic backups you'll remember forever

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 14:52


With the California and Nevada governors teaming up to alleviate one of the worst highway bottlenecks connecting the two states, the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro talks with callers about their own personal traffic nightmares. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

K12 Tech Talk
Episode 53 - Networked Battery Backups and Parent Complaints

K12 Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 37:47


Cory tells us about his new network attached battery backups. Josh poses two issues emailed to us from anonymous listeners, one about a parent fighting a Chromebook damage fee and the other so wild you have to hear it to believe it. Link to the INVZBL cart Chris talked about - https://invzbl.com/index#products Tweet us we want to hear from you! @k12techtalkpod Email us at k12techtalk@gmail.com, especially if you are a potential sponsor. Lets work something out. BUY A SHIRT AND/OR HOODIE! https://tinyurl.com/k12techtalkGOTSHIRTS Visit our sponsors at: INVZBL somethingcool.com provisionds.com arubanetworks.com

What's Going On Chicago?
Bears can't beat the Ravens backups & head to Detroit to face the Lions on Thanksgiving!

What's Going On Chicago?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 22:54


A sickening loss at Soldier Field.  The Ravens leading rusher, passer, Lamar Jackson, and leading receiver, Marquise Brown, are out for the game, and the Bears still fall short.  Now with Justin Fields out, Nagy possibly coaching his last time for the Bears, and Andy Dalton starting, can the bears stop the loosing streak?  Even though the Lions have not won a game, they won't be easy for this disappointing Bears team!

Ben Davis & Kelly K Show
11/24/2021 The One With The Backups, Dave the Duck and Love In Aisle 8

Ben Davis & Kelly K Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 35:55


In a new #MissedConnections, he thinks the lady fighting with a granny over the last can of yams is hot! Dave the Duck had a condition that needed to be addressed because his girlfriends were exhausted. And in Group Therapy, CeCe discovered her boyfriend has several girls names in his phone with the word "backup" next to them.

Screw The Commute Podcast
520 - These will help you move and respond faster: Tom talks Marketing Tools

Screw The Commute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 44:59


Marketing tools can be powerful ways to increase your business, get more customers and service those customers without pulling your hair out. There's lots to learn here, so take good notes and follow through. Your business can grow if you work smart. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 520 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars See Tom's Stuff – https://linktr.ee/antionandassociates 00:23 Tom's introduction to Marketing Tools 05:17 Audio Stuff 06:59 Video Stuff 10:44 Word Processing 12:35 Graphic Stuff 17:27 Website Stuff 19:26 Live Stuff 21:09 Security Stuff and Backups 23:05 Copywriting and Automation Stuff 27:40 Email Stuff 29:49 Miscellaneous 36:39 Sponsor message 37:47 More Miscellaneous Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/ Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/ College Ripoff Quiz - https://imtcva.org/quiz Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - orders@antion.com Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/ Disabilities Page - https://imtcva.org/disabilities/ Pinterest Now Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/pinterestnow/ Email Tom: Tom@ScrewTheCommute.com Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Related Episodes Shopping Carts - https://screwthecommute.com/10/ Pinterest for Beginners - https://screwthecommute.com/511/ Pinterest for Intermediates - https://screwthecommute.com/514/ Pinterest for Advanced - https://screwthecommute.com/517/ Ask Me a Shopping Cart Question - https://screwthecommute.com/519/ More Entrepreneurial Resources for Home Based Business, Lifestyle Business, Passive Income, Professional Speaking and Online Business I discovered a great new headline / subject line / subheading generator that will actually analyze which headlines and subject lines are best for your market. I negotiated a deal with the developer of this revolutionary and inexpensive software. Oh, and it's good on Mac and PC. Go here: http://jvz1.com/c/41743/183906 The Wordpress Ecourse. Learn how to Make World Class Websites for $20 or less. https://screwthecommute.com/wordpressecourse/ Join our Private Facebook Group! One week trial for only a buck and then $37 a month, or save a ton with one payment of $297 for a year. Click the image to see all the details and sign up or go to https://www.greatinternetmarketing.com/screwthecommute/ After you sign up, check your email for instructions on getting in the group.

The DA Show
Bring To A Boyle: How Could The Lions Have These Trash Backups?

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 44:13


HOUR 2: Would you rather see Tim Boyle or David Blough on Thanksgiving? A sad bear story leaves us truly stunned. Plus, is a pretzel a good weapon of choice? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SveNFL
Week 10 Reactions: The Chiefs Return, Backups Are Backups and the NFC is Wide Open

SveNFL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 91:26


Week 10 is in the books! The Dolphins upset the Ravens! Can they go on a run? The Falcons got mollywhopped! The Chiefs looked good. Are they back? ODB is in LA now. Will that help? Is Detroit Stafford a thing? Did Sean McVay outthink himself? Are all coaches gambling too much? Do we still love Mike A. White? Who are the Real MVPs of the week? Who is the Trash of the week? What shit got learned? What are the scariest teams in the AFC/NFC? Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/svenfl

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts
Cardinals Cover 2 - Is Sunday The Battle Of The Backups?

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 45:14


Ep. 495 - Kyler Murray was on the practice field on Friday, but officially he's listed as questionable to play on Sunday against the Panthers. In other words, he'll be a game-day decision. And like last week, if Murray can't go, then Colt McCoy will get the start. The Panthers will start backup P.J. Walker after putting Sam Darnold on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki break down the matchup, with Jurecki providing his three keys to victory. Also, the guys set the table for what's on tap for the rest of the NFC West and NFC in Week 10.

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts
Cardinals Cover 2 - Is Sunday The Battle Of The Backups?

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 45:14


Ep. 495 - Kyler Murray was on the practice field on Friday, but officially he's listed as questionable to play on Sunday against the Panthers. In other words, he'll be a game-day decision. And like last week, if Murray can't go, then Colt McCoy will get the start. The Panthers will start backup P.J. Walker after putting Sam Darnold on injured reserve with a shoulder injury. Craig Grialou and Mike Jurecki break down the matchup, with Jurecki providing his three keys to victory. Also, the guys set the table for what's on tap for the rest of the NFC West and NFC in Week 10.

L8ist Sh9y Podcast
Why are Backups so Tricky?

L8ist Sh9y Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 45:59


Why are Backups so Tricky? Backups are really, really tricky! We talk through a lot of different things that you have to consider in making successful backups like security, resilience, how you store the data, how you recover the data and rebuild the systems. Basically, we ran the gamut on backup challenges. You really need to think through a lot of the considerations! Our discussion will help make you better at backups. Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/icmWxa0LmLT1Um-uAVWwGFc9Wq4 Photo by Alena Darmel from Pexels [ID 9037305]

Bootleg Football
The NFL is a Destruction Derby of Nonsense

Bootleg Football

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 127:29


TIME STAMPS:Drinks of the day -- 0:01Three Up #1: How the Broncos disrupted Dak -- 3:28Three Up #2: The Titans D-Line is crazy good -- 19:39Three Up #3: Justin Fields has ARRIVED! -- 31:18Three Down #1: RefBall is ruining the sport -- 40:52Three Down #2: The 49ers lost to BACKUPS -- 56:16Three Down #3: Jordan Love vs Patrick Mahomes -- 1:09:21Three Interesting #1: Lamar set even MORE records! -- 1:28:00Three Interesting #2: The NFC South is...good? -- 1:36:21Three Interesting #3: The AFC playoff picture is a mess -- 1:41:20Bootleg Shot of the Week -- 1:49:07Week Ten Watch List -- 1:59:43On this week's show, Brett and E.J. break down perhaps the wildest and weirdest week the NFL has seen in a long time, including all of the crazy upsets and referee shenanigans from Thursday through Monday!And while you're here, follow E.J. and Brett at their respective twitter and instagram handles too:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=60612738Twitter: @BrettKollmann and @thedraftsmanFBInstagram: @brett_kollmannThe Film Room: http://youtube.com/c/brettkollmannSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Super Switch Headz
What to Do When Your Game Consoles Get Stolen - #138

Super Switch Headz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 101:35


Robert Segovia joins this week to talk about his experience having his gaming consoles stolen. We share anecdotes and advice about how to prevent, and what to do when, your video game gear gets stolen. We also cover the recent news and rumors including Nintendo's updated financial information, Sakurai's final Famitsu column, and much more. We close the episode with the games we've been playing. Listen to Super Switch Headz on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube or wherever you enjoy podcasts. 0:00:00 Introduction 0:05:35 Giveaway 0:06:57 News and Rumors 0:40:56 Console Theft 1:18:47 Games We're Playing Discord: https://discord.com/invite/CWbF4gb Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/switchheadz Website: http://www.switchheadz.com/

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast
Backups beat down 49ers

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 64:06


In this episode Chierstin Susel, Johnny Venerable and Frank Sanders break down the shorthanded Cardinals impressive victory over the 49ers and pressure Frank into getting a Kliff Kingsbury tattoo he said he'd get if the Cardinals won. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In Much Less Detail:  The Podcast
NFL 2021 Week #9: Attack Of The Killer Backups

In Much Less Detail: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 180:00


We get to fall back an hour in the U.S. And Dre got to fall way back in the handicapping race with Jay, who gained three more games on him thanks to his 3-12 Week 9. A sizable number of those Ls came when backup QBs and RBs took over and gave some legendary next-man-up outings. The guys discuss a massive news week before picking Week 9's contests, which see a Titans squad without King Henry go to SoFi Sunday night to take on the Rams, a Cards team possibly without Kyler Murray go to Santa Clara to play the 49ers, and the Packers without the great homeopath Aaron Rodgers battle the Chiefs.   Theme music credit: "Spheres" by Robbero   (CC BY 3.0)

Endzones and Timezones
Season 7 Episode 9 - Backups To The Rescue!

Endzones and Timezones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 74:11


Week 8 in the NFL highlighted the fact that sometimes, you're forced to go to your back up plan. The Bigio Brothers know all about that!  On Endzones and Timezones this week, David reels off a bevy of bad performances. Maurice singles out some unlikely stars who contributed to his miserable Sunday, And Victor is so tired of some tiresome trends in the NFL. Plus the trade deadline, some sad, shocking news and more COVID controversy.

Axis of Football
Backups rule the day, Belichick has Herbert's number, Chiefs eke out unimpressive win

Axis of Football

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 76:13


Out of Boundz
Revenge of the Backups! We Remembered the Bridgewater of the Week! LA Rams Still Have Draft Picks To Get Von Miller?! Plus, Injuries Are the Worst...

Out of Boundz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 50:01


Joe and Shawn are back on time to recap all the Week 8 action minus the Monday Night Game in progress. They go through all the crazy action that occurred Sunday while discussing the injuries that happened. Following that they hand out the Bridgewater of the Week! Afterwards, they discuss which injuries are the biggest deals for their teams. Then they discuss the LA Rams trade with Denver to pick up Von Miller. At the end, they discuss the teams that have surprised them the most (good or bad) which leads to somewhat random Mike McCarthy slander. Stay safe where you are and stay healthy! Follow our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2ztKcwf4ShB2zLluSroUCA (YouTube Page) for all our videos! (Be sure to Subscribe to be notified in the future!) Follow Shawn https://twitter.com/sHawInigan23 (@sHawInigan23) & Joe https://twitter.com/JoeMcDonnellOOB (@JoeMcDonnellOOB) on Twitter Follow Out of Boundz on https://www.instagram.com/outofboundzpodcast/ (Instagram) https://www.angrywhitedad.com/podcasts/?utm_source=oob-pod&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=&utm_content=oob-episode&utm_campaign=external-links (AWD's Out of Boundz Page for all episodes) https://linktr.ee/OutOfBoundzPodcast (Linktree) for all content links Out of Boundz Podcast https://www.angrywhitedad.com/podcasts/out-of-boundz-podcast/out-of-boundz-glossary/?utm_source=oob-pod&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode&utm_content=&utm_campaign=episode-link (Glossary of Terms) Out of Boundz Podcast https://www.angrywhitedad.com/podcasts/out-of-boundz-podcast/qb-stock-prices/?utm_source=oob-pod&utm_medium=podcast&utm_term=episode&utm_content=&utm_campaign=episode-link (QB Stock Values) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Support this podcast

Double A Fantasy Football
Week 8 Recap; Backups Dominate!

Double A Fantasy Football

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 72:18


The guys are back to recap week 8 of the NFL slate. They run through every game and discuss the week that was for the backup quarterbacks. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 3: Backups Take Control

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 38:31


Mike Golic Jr. and Chris Canty talk the latest news about Jameis Winston's season ending injury and some backup quarterback's getting it done this weekend.

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
November 1, 2021 - Steve Robertson on Bulldog Backups

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 2:06


Mississippi State insider Steve Robertson joins the show on the Bell's Two Hearted Ale guest line talking Bulldogs football. Steve discusses how impressive some of the "next guy up" players performed with a handful of starters unable to play.

Backup Central's Restore it All
Transfer backups from one product to the next

Backup Central's Restore it All

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 43:24


Every wondered what you're supposed to do with all your old backups, now that you've moved on to another backup product? Simon Brown from StoneRam believes he has the answer to this problem that has plagued backup customers (and vendors) for ages. He's able to transfer backup data out of common backup formats and into your new product, or restore backups from your old product without having to maintain that infrastructure. It's a fascinating approach to this age-old problem. Check them out at https://www.stoneram.com.

NFL Live
Organized Chaos: Beware of The Backups!

NFL Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 49:47


Bart Scott and Rex Ryan join to talk about an incredible Week 8 in the NFL that saw both the Jets and the Cowboys pull off wins without their starting Quarterbacks, Carson Wentz making some of the worst decisions you have ever seen, and a preview about what we could expect for the trade deadline this Tuesday. All that and much more!

Bart and Hahn
Organized Chaos: Beware of The Backups!

Bart and Hahn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 49:47


Bart Scott and Rex Ryan join to talk about an incredible Week 8 in the NFL that saw both the Jets and the Cowboys pull off wins without their starting Quarterbacks, Carson Wentz making some of the worst decisions you have ever seen, and a preview about what we could expect for the trade deadline this Tuesday. All that and much more!

GmiasWorld's Podcast
TEDDY BRIDGEWATER UNABLE TO GET IT DONE VS BROWNS BACKUPS! TNF W7 NFL 2021

GmiasWorld's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 8:01


Today's NFL Podcast goes over the latest NFL news & highlights for the National Football League. If you want more NFL Podcasts from GmiasWorldPodcast… Hit that subscribe button! #NFL #NFLRedzone Become a GmiasWorld Member to get all my emotes and exclusive privileges including your Madden questions answered! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoAZQNN5r7j4Gm80anUuzDg/join Social: Facebook-http://www.facebook.com/GmiasWorld Twitter-https://www.twitter.com/GmiasWorld Donate-http://bit.ly/donategmiasworld Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/GmiasWorld Twitch-http://twitch.tv/GmiasWorld GmiasWorld Merch-https://gmiasworld.myspreadshop.com Beats by @ZaneAlexanderNC TEDDY BRIDGEWATER UNABLE TO GET IT DONE VS BROWNS BACKUPS! TNF W7 NFL 2021 TEDDY BRIDGEWATER UNABLE TO GET IT DONE VS BROWNS BACKUPS! TNF W7 NFL 2021 TEDDY BRIDGEWATER UNABLE TO GET IT DONE VS BROWNS BACKUPS! TNF W7 NFL 2021 nfl,nfl game,nfl news, nfl 2021,gmias world,gmiasworldpodcast,nfl features,nfl franchise,nfl face of the franchise,nfl tips,nfl fantasy tips,nfl tips and tricks,nfl,madden nfl,national football league,nfl changes,nfl gameplay changes,nfl redzone,nfl gameplay news,nfl gameplay

The Ben Maller Show
Hour 2 - Backups Beatdown

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 46:44


Ben Maller talks about what stood out in a Thursday Night Football matchup that saw the Denver Broncos get handled by the Cleveland Browns "B Squad" as they were without much of their starting lineup, Maller to the Third Degree, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The SB Nation NFL Show
NFL Daily Kickoff, Friday- Browns backups run over Broncos, 17-14

The SB Nation NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:17


In today's episode, the Browns get back over .500, Baker Mayfield is more hurt than we thought, and Congress wants a word with the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 13.7: 2021-‘22 Basketball Preview

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 143:59


wsg Matt from Endless Motor. 1 hour and 32 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS), Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, and introducing The View from the Cheap Seats podcast by the Sklars, who will now be joining us for the Hot Takes segments. Please go subscribe and like their podcast, and leave your hot takes about this game in the reviews. 1. The Frontcourt (Fours and Fives) starts at 1:00 Hunter Dickinson was pretty good, awesome in fact, and then just plain awesome as they doubled him and took away his favorite shoulder. He can develop that and/or a three. Moussa Diabate is going to be an IMPACT defender, can play the four, might develop a shot, switchable nightmare. Versatility with Brandon Johns able to play 4 or 5. He was more commanding as a starter, team X factor. Terrance Williams is about to bust out. Will Tschetter: redshirt or instant Wisconsin center? [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. The Backcourt: Wings and Guards starts at 32:24 Caleb Houstan is like bringing in an NBA three-and-D dude. Not going to feel like a freshman, can shoot over anyone 6'5” and lower so he could be the new Chaundee shoots it guy. Backups: all the fours and twos. Eli Brooks is the most important player on the team (no hot take). Kobe Bufkin is going to outplay his rankings—this year he's something in between freshman and sophomore Caris. Could see a jump from Zeb Jackson, or he could fall behind Isaiah Barnes. Not Jace's turn yet. Could be Frankie's turn soon but Devante Jones is your starting PG and could be an upgrade on Smith. 3. Big Ten Basketball Preview starts at 1:06:53 Tier 1: Illinois gets back Kofi and Curbelo, Trent Frazier is a problem for Brooks, who else can play on this team? Purdue brings back everybody, can a sophomore breakout from Ivey and Edey and Newman and Gillis take them all the way? Ohio State replaced its backcourt, waiting to see if Seth Towns can take a big role. Maryland found a center and a PG to go with Ayala and Scott. Tier 2: Indiana is 2015 Michigan football. They'll put four out so TJD can work alone inside, and brought in four transfers/recruits to do it. MSU has a few dudes but can't figure out which and when to play. Iowa and Wisconsin suffered huge losses. Nebraska > Penn State and Northwestern. Are 200 teams better than Minnesota? 4. Hot Takes, and Around the Big Ten, wsg Jamie Mac starts at 1:46:57 Signs of life from future opponents who looked like pushovers, signs of death from objects in the rearview mirror. Indiana has to be a frustrating follow, but not enough that we can wish Jamie luck on fixing that OL. MUSIC: “Silver Dollar”—Sierra Ferrell “Proofs”—Mates of State “In the Stone”—The Goon Sax “Across 110th Street”

Business Straight Up Podcast - Business Help for Creative Entrepreneurs & Photographers
Marketing for Photographers & Small Businesses - Why You Need Backups: It's Good Business {Ep 075}

Business Straight Up Podcast - Business Help for Creative Entrepreneurs & Photographers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 28:26


Full shownotes: https://www.businessstraightup.com/075 Facebook and Instagram went down, the news is CHAOS, right? What if you ONLY had Facebook for your business? What if Instagram is the only way that you can connect with your people? You would be pretty upset with it being down for 7 hours on a Monday! In this episode we are going to talk about another option that you might want to explore - email marketing. WHY do you need email marketing, why do you need a backup at all, instead of relying solely on social media? You might be surprised at some of the statistics! Listen in, then let me know - what is YOUR backup in your marketing efforts, so that you can reach the people that want to work with you?

KQED’s Forum
How Supply Chain Backups Threaten to Leave Store Shelves Bare

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 55:33


What do a bicycle, a living room sofa, spools of copper wire, and a six-pack of Cherry Vanilla Coke Zero have in common? All of them may soon be or currently are in short supply as the global economy experiences a supply chain in disarray that has left few consumer goods and commodities untouched. Ships backed up and waiting to dock in California ports, containers that wait for trucks or trains to deliver them, and warehouses that lack enough labor to unpack those containers – all contribute to the bottlenecks in the supply chain that threaten to leave store shelves empty. With the holidays around the corner, some retailers, like Costco, are hiring their own ships to help deliver goods. We'll look into what is causing these supply chain issues and how they might be resolved in the near- and long-term future.