Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com) presents our amazing Fall Season Premiere! We know you missed us for the rest of the summer but we are back to entertain you, our fans! BTB's own Al Sotto attended Fan Expo Chicago https://fanexpohq.com/fanexpochicago/ and we are happy to present an amazing interview with actor Paul Walter Hauser! Paul is known for his roles in Cobra Kai, Black KKKlansman, I Tonya, Richard Jewell and in his Emmy nominated role in Black Bird! We talk to Paul about his career and his early struggles working in the industry. Don't miss this interview! In addition we present an amazing interview with Arielle Raycene who portrayed Skipper the pornstar in Peacock's Bupkis starring Pete Davidson. We talk to Arielle about portraying the adualt film star that Pete pleasures himself to in the premiere episode! In addition Arielle talks about working opposite Nick Stahl in the film Confidential Informant starring Mel Gibson and Kate Bosworth! BTB's host with the most Al Sotto brings to you another entertaining program! For our fall season premiere the panel will be comprised of actor and Sith Lord Darth Paul Wallis and Kenny "Ninkendo" Hopkins from the "That Was Disappointing" podcast. We also discuss our recap of Star Wars "Ahsoka", DC's Blue Beetle film our WWE "Payback" picks! Song Credits: Classic Cut - Cyrpress Hill "Ain't Going Out Like That"
Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com) presents an exclusive interview from Fan Expo Chicago fanexpohq.com/fanexpochicago/ with actor Paul Walter Hauser! Paul is known for his roles in Cobra Kai, Black KKKlansman, I Tonya, Richard Jewell and in his Emmy nominated role in Black Bird! BTB's own Al Sotto talks to Paul about his career and his early struggles working in the industry. We also talk about his experience on set of Cobra Kai, his thoughts on being nominated for an Emmy award in Black Bird, and what fandom would he love to work on in a film or television role! Don't miss this interview to find out!
A harbinger of sorrow and tragedy not unlike a fan favorite from Point Pleasant. That's right it's the Soviet Union's answer to the Mothman, the Black Bird of Chernobyl. The most terrifying BBC of all.Please vote for us in the Irish Podcast Awards, check the link below, and be sure to confirm your vote via your email inbox!Link:https://www.theirishpodcastawards.ie/votingSupport the pod:www.patreon.com/monsterfuzzCheck out our merch:https://monster-fuzz.creator-spring.comEverything else!www.linktr.ee/monsterfuzz
Did you ever think The Beatles' Blackbird and The Police's Every Breath You Take had a dark side? This episode will leave you chuckling and enlightened! As we swap anecdotes of our wrestling days and share some behind-the-scenes stories, you'll be transported back to the nostalgic 90s. We reminisce about Fire Pro Wrestling, the highs and lows of setting up for shows and the results of Backbreaker Wrestling On The Ropes show . James Banks, the newest co-host, joins in the banter while our dear friend Lynn Marie is off exploring the galaxy.We talk about Indy wrestlers, such as King Bishop, whose Jerry Garcia Crosby vibe influenced an entire wrestling scene. We also unveil the dark meanings hidden deep within some of your favorite tunes. You'll be shocked to hear the real stories behind Blackbird, Slide, Brown Sugar, Every Breath You Take and Tom Jones' Delilah. Join us on this wild ride through nostalgia, wrestling and music!Thank you for joining us on today's show, as always, we appreciate each and every one of you! Talk to you soon
Join the witches this week as Scarlet tells Blackbird all about the Headless Rite she performed. Learn about the great goddess and force of Nuit (Nut) and all of her dominion! As always, the witches bring their own flavor to rituals they create, and this is no exception. Inspired by the class both the witches are currently taking through the Blackthorne School, Scarlet wrote this version of the rite that speaks more directly to her own brand of witchcraft. Join us for all the fantastic surprises that happened during this ritual!
The Mach 3+ SR-71 Blackbird is one of the most famous aircraft to come out of the Lockheed Skunkworks. We discuss this amazing aircraft with USAF RSO Phil Soucy. Phil is a graduate of the United States Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base and he served 20 years with the Air Force in a wide range of operational and technology positions. As a rated navigator he has over 2000 hours of flight experience in over 30 different aircraft ranging from the F-4 Phantom to the amazing Mach 3+ SR-71 Blackbird. “SocialFlight Live!” is a live broadcast dedicated to supporting General Aviation pilots and enthusiasts during these challenging times. Register at SocialFlightLive.com to join the live broadcast every Tuesday evening at 8pm ET (be sure to join early because attendance is limited for the live broadcasts).
Winner of the PEN/Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction delves into her debut novel, Moonrise Over New Jessup, with Story Made Project podcast host Matt Sawyer.Jamila Minnicks: Jamila Minnicks' novel Moonrise Over New Jessup (Algonquin Books, 2023) won the 2021 PEN/Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction. In 2022, she was awarded a Tennessee Williams scholarship for the Sewanee Writers' Conference, and she also earned a residency at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her short fiction and essays have been published in CRAFT, Catapult, Blackbird, The Write Launch, and elsewhere. Her piece, Politics of Distraction, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Minnicks is a graduate of the University of Michigan, the Howard University School of Law, and the Georgetown University Law Center. She lives in Washington, DC.HostMatt Sawyer: Matt is an educator, podcaster, writer, and hip-hop artist based in Macon County, North Carolina. He is the creator of the Story Made Project, an exploration for and of stories that make a difference in our world. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Darklings, this week your favorite goths are taking a bit of a break - but still remaining adjacent - to their travels in the Hail Hekate series being offered by The Blackthorne School and Jack Grayle. They've written a ritual to a very powerful hypercosmic goddess together, and Blackbird has written and performed some baneful magic that she can't wait to share with you. Learn about some ancient Egyptian deities, travel to faraway lands, hear some blood-curdling words of malevolence...this episode has it all! Grab a sack full of olives and enjoy!
Tonight I welcome Canadian Icon Todd Kerns Todd Kerns live in studio talking the brand new Blackbird Angels album he put out today with TRACII GUNS Johnny Martin Sam Bam Koltun and Adam Hamilton some Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, Bruce Kulick, and probably a good hour about how KISS Asylum is the best thing the band put out post Dynasty.......
The ladies pop a poetry pill with guest Lynn Emanuel in part one of the interview.Support Breaking Form!Review the show on Apple Podcasts here. Buy our books: Aaron's STOP LYING is available from the Pitt Poetry Series. Publisher's Weekly calls the book "visceral, tender, and compassionate. James's ROMANTIC COMEDY is available from Four Way Books. Writing in Lit Hub, Rebecca Morgan Frank says the poems have "a gift for telling stories . . . in acts of queer survival." Please consider buying your books from Bluestockings Cooperative, a feminist and queer indie bookselling cooperative.Lynn Emanuel is the author of six books of poetry: Hotel Fiesta, The Dig, Then, Suddenly—, Noose and Hook, The Nerve of It: New and Selected Poems, and most recently Transcript of the Disappearance, Exact and Diminishing. She is Profosser Emerita of English at the University of Pittsburgh. Her work has been featured many times in the Pushcart Prize Anthology and Best American Poetry and is included in The Oxford Book of American Poetry. She has been a poetry editor for the Pushcart Prize Anthology, a member of the Literature Panel for the National Endowment for the Arts, and a judge for the National Book Awards. She has been, as well, the recipient of numerous awards including the Eric Matthieu King Award from The Academy of American Poets, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a fellowship from the Ranieri Foundation and the National Poetry Series. When Fernando Pessoa died in 1935, he left a huge body of work under his own name and under the name of other poets--men he not only invented but provided with separate and distinct personalities, personal histories and biographies, religious beliefs, political points of view, and aesthetic styles. There were three major heteronyms: Alberto Cairo, Alvaro de Campos, and Ricardo Reis. Pessoa explained: “Pseudonymous works are by the author in his own person, except in the name he signs; heteronymous works are by the author outside his own person. They proceed from a full-fledged individual created by him, like the lines spoken by a character in a drama he might write.” For more about Pessoa and his heteronyms, read this fabulous essay in Lit Hub or watch this 30-min BBC Radio 3 profile of the author here. Read this interview with Lynn conducted by Mathias Svalina in Blackbird.Watch Lynn Emanuel read with Lucia LoTempio and Lauren Russell for the Hudson Valley Writers' Center (90 min).
Todd Kerns is best known as the bass player with Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. Todd has a new band called Blackbird Angles and features L.A. Guns guitarist Tracii Guns and drummer Adam Hamilton. The debut release, "Solsorte", will be out September 8th, 2023. Follow and subscribe:YouTube - @RNRcoffeeshowInstagram - @RNRcoffeeshowFacebook - @RNRcoffeeshowWeb - http://www.RNRcoffeeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rnrcoffeeshow/support
Doing an equity crowdfunding campaign is a more straightforward process than you might think. Don't take my word for it though, just listen to today's story! In this episode of the Crowdfunding Demystified podcast, Salvador Briggman speaks to the CEO of Blackbird Foods, Emanuel Storch, about the step-by-step process to raising a $2 million campaign on WeFunder! You'll discover: What goes behind the scenes of a Reg D raise How to schedule meetings with potential investors How to find the right investors for your particular niche …and much more! Enjoy the listen! Book a Coaching Call with Sal Sponsors: Fulfillrite: Kickstarter and crowdfunding reward fulfillment services. They come highly recommended! Download their free shipping and fulfillment checklist.
We chat with Vince Allen from SunDrive, a Sydney-based startup on a mission to transform Australia into a solar manufacturing powerhouse. In 2021, SunDrive made headlines by developing the world's most efficient commercial-sized solar cell. Not only that - by swapping silver with copper as the conductive material their products could be lower cost too. With over $30 million in funding from high-profile investors like Blackbird, Mike Cannon-Brookes, Main Sequence Ventures, Malcolm Turnbull, and CEFC/Virescent Ventures, they're a force to be reckoned with. We loved this chat and especially Vince's love of solar, passion for Australia's great opportunity and also his toast analogy to explain how a solar panel actually works. We are proudly supported by Bank Australia (www.bankaust.com.au). ** Don't miss out on future episodes—hit that follow button! Your reviews and ratings on Apple and Spotify really help us reach more listeners, so we'd love your support. You can sign up to our mailing list, say firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us at www.instagram.com/apositiveclimatepodcast and https://au.linkedin.com/company/a-positive-climate. ** Chapters Intro: Nick and Alex set the scene (Bonus: Nick's Rant) (6:17): The Unstoppable March of Solar Energy (10:34): The SunDrive Origin Story, Vince's Love Affair with Solar (14:27): The Toast Analogy: Where SunDrive Fits in the Solar Ecosystem (23:49): What's Next for SunDrive (25:49): Making the Case for Australian Solar Manufacturing (31:39): Australia's Competitive Edge in Solar (39:01): The Transformative Potential of Low-Cost Solar *** About the podcast A Positive Climate is an uplifting podcast about tackling climate change. An entertaining look at the products, people and technologies making a real difference. Hosted by Australian climate technology experts Alex McIntosh and Nick Zeltzer, two friends on a mission to find the solutions to keep our existential crises at bay. Previous guests have included innovators from JET Charge, 5B, Amazon, Zoomo, V2Food, All G Foods, Vow, Sea Forest, Great Wrap, Infravision, Zero Co, Hysata, Sicona, OneSmallStep, Tenacious Ventures, CarsGuide, AMSL Aero, Nori, EnergyLab, MicroTau and many more. Music by the late, great Nick Weaver Production by our hero Mark Spencer from Here.Media Social Media, Comms and PR by Alistair Perkins See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nick Crocker is a general partner at Blackbird Venture Capital, former CEO of Startmate and founder or co-founder of numerous companies. From accelerators to the Giants program, Mark and Nick explore how Blackbird is shaping the startup landscape in 2023. Understand the challenges of finding the right founder and the realities of entrepreneurship. They explore the Australian VC scene's potential, the relationship with the government, and superfunds in funding innovation. You can subscribe to the newsletter here: https://lnkd.in/e7C8akgj. Join the Facebook Group. Follow Mark Bouris on Instagram, LinkedIn & YouTube. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
En nuestro Ep. 269 Vanesthy, Gabriel y El Watcher comparten su "First Reaction" de las películas "Gran Turismo" (2023) y "Strays" (2023) y conversan sobre el atraso de "Dune: Part Two" (2024) y las últimas Noticias, Películas y Series de Televisión que han visto en el segmento "Wachin' con Wacho", dialogan sobre "Yellowjackets" (2021), "Black Bird" (2022) y "Andor" (2022) en el segmento "Awards Spotlight" y conversan sobre todo lo relacionado a el estreno de la película "Blue Beetle" (2023). ¡Subscríbete a nuestro canal de YouTube! Visita: https://www.youtube.com/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos y Suscríbete a nuestro canal de Twitch! Visita: https://www.twitch.tv/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Instagram! Visita: https://www.instagram.com/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Facebook! Visita: https://www.facebook.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Síguenos en Twitter! Visita: https://twitter.com/CultSecuencial ¡Apoya nuestro contenido uniéndote a nuestro Patreon! Visita: https://www.patreon.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Apoya a William mientras le gana al cancer con tu donativo aquí: tinyurl.com/GoWillyGo ! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/culturasecuencial/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/culturasecuencial/support
This week's podcast episode features our special guest harrison.ai, CEO and Co-Founder, Aengus Tran. harrison.ai started with the problem statement of healthcare capacity. According to Aengus, one of the biggest problems of our time is how to look after such a huge population with increased health needs. harrison.ai is looking to scale the global capacity of healthcare by building automation with AI systems and providing clinicians with superpowers of scale. Aengus says, "of all the things being done in in healthcare, scale will be the solution of quality healthcare globally." After moving to Australia from Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, Aengus was one of very few Vietnamese students at an English-speaking Australian school so quite quickly had to learn the English language. After school Aengus went on to study medicine at university after advice from none other than Paul Ramsay of Ramsay Healthcare - a company that has gone on to invest in harrison.ai. While working through his medical degree, Aengus realised how much in terms of scale was missing from medicine. During his final years of training, Aengus was involved in a research project building technology along with Vertex Health to select human embryo; opening his eyes to the capabilities of AI systems and how they can scale. After starting out in Australia and New Zealand, harrison.ai's radiology arm is regulated with FDA clearance in 38 countries with 1 million live touches and one in four radiologists using their technology in Australia alone. Their north star is to touch 1 million lives per day with their technology. harrison.ai has gone on to raise $US120M in series A and series B with investments from Skip Capital, Blackbird, Horizon Ventures and specialist, strategic, corporate investors Sonic Healthcare and Ramsay Healthcare. Quickfire Round: Book: Prediction Machines, The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence, Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans, Avi Goldfarb Podcast: Lex Fridman on YouTube News Source: Medium, mainstream news App: VS Code, Rise Productivity Tool: very basic reminders app and keeping notes, Slack Favourite CEO: Mark Zuckerberg TV Show: House TEDTalk Topic: The health equality and impact that is possible through the scalability of AI harrison.ai are continuously hiring in their AI teams. If you'd like to learn more or are you're curious about the tool, reach out to harrison.ai. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The 2019 drama, Blackbird, stars Kate Winslet, Susan Sarandon, and Rainn Wilson amongst a very talented cast. This moving film focuses on one weekend of a family grappling with their mother's choice to end her life as she faces a debilitating terminal illness. Posed as an emotional think piece, we both cried big tears watching this movie. Tune in to hear how Blackbird ranks out of all 46 Kate Winslet movies! WebsiteInstagramMerch Support the show
We are diving deep into sorcerous devotion this week! Blackbird and Scarlet continue their journey through the course being offered on Hekate by Jack Grayle through The Blackthorne School. This week, the witches learn more epithets than they knew before, and learn how to prepare for magic working in the context of this series of classes. It's a fun ride through late antiquity, and the witches are so glad you will join them!
Travis, Joey, Todd, and Shawn riverdance into the shop to watch "Blackbird", produced, written, directed, and starring Michael "Lord of the Dance" Flatley. Does this cavalcade of jaunty hats and awkward touches hold up? Does Flatley have a future in film? Join us and find out!
The Apple TV+ series Black Bird is cinematographer Natalie Kingston's first experience shooting a television show. As the sole DP for the 6-episode series, she enjoyed the ability to create the look of Black Bird from scratch and maintain it throughout the nearly 100 day shoot. Her hard work has paid off with an Outstanding Cinematography Emmy nomination for the episode, “Hand to Mouth.” Black Bird is based on a true story about Jimmy Keene, who is sentenced to 10 years in a high-security prison on drug dealing charges. He's given a chance of a fully commuted sentence and a clean record if he can befriend and obtain a confession from convicted serial killer and rapist Larry Hall. Acclaimed crime writer Dennis Lehane wrote all the scripts for Black Bird, and he allowed the actors and crew some creative freedom with their lines and storytelling. With multiple directors, Natalie was responsible for maintaining the integrity of the visual language in Black Bird. She chose to keep the camera work visceral, grounded and non-judgemental, with only purposeful camera movement. On other projects, she had always operated the camera as well, but because of the scope and hours of material to shoot, Natalie found it was more efficient for her to step back and allow the camera operators to handle the bulk of the camera work. It was a completely new way of working to stay behind the monitor, but it became a collaborative effort with the rest of the camera crew. Natalie grew up in Louisiana, making up her own home movies with her parent's camcorder and checking out children's stage play books from the library. She knew she definitely wanted to do something in the movies. Cinematography specifically became her passion because she enjoyed being on set and in charge of making someone think and feel a certain way. After college, she got a job at a local TV station, where she created her own documentary show, learning how to shoot, edit and build the fundamentals of telling a story. After that, Natalie began working on small local productions to pay the bills, building up to documentary films and features in Louisiana. Find Natalie Kingston: www.nataliekingston.com Instagram: @nataliekingston Black Bird is currently on AppleTV+ Sponsored by Hot Rod Cameras: www.hotrodcameras.com Sponsored by ARRI: https://www.arri.com/en The Cinematography Podcast website: www.camnoir.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheCinematographyPodcast Facebook: @cinepod Instagram: @thecinepod Twitter: @ShortEndz
Natasha and Deana have famed hospitality-tech entrepreneur Ben Leventhal on the podcast, founder of Blackbird, a loyalty and membership platform for restaurants. Natasha and Deana talk to Ben about this very real-world application of web3, and about how to bring value to both restauranteurs and diners. Interoperability, loyalty perks beyond discounting, and the restaurant industry's response to a blockchain app are themes. They close out the episode with a Selena Gomez-themed draft tweets session. Boys Club is proudly supported by Kraken. Kraken is a crypto exchange for everyone.
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The witches hope you are on board for this journey into the depths and heights of their' minds as they continue their discussion on the Forked Path Hekate series offered by the Blackthorne School. In a dizzying display of esoteric shower thoughts, Blackbird reacts to her first taste of this lecture series, while Scarlet shares not only her takeaways but also her poetic interpretation skills. It's a fun one, and the witches hope you have as much mind-blowing fun as they did!
Paul Walter Hauser (Black Bird, Richard Jewell) joins us this week to share how he mentally prepares for his transformative character roles in projects like Richard Jewell and Blackbird, while also being present, hilarious, and able to do a mean Gilbert Gottfried impression. Paul opens on the dualities he's faced throughout his life and how he's been able to rewrite his narrative of destructive self-talk. We also talk about our shared connection to Clint Eastwood, why Chris Farley was his hero, and how he treats acting like sport. Thank you to our sponsors: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/inside
Claire joins us to discuss utilizing Tarot, research, and the friendship between Remedios Vera and Leonora Carrington. Get your copy here: https://bookshop.org/a/5676/9781668006559 Help support our podcast, buy us a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/winewomenwordspodcast
Some birds woo a mate by building the best nest. Males of many weaverbird species construct a series of intricately woven nests to impress a prospective partner. A male Red-winged Blackbird can even attract multiple mates if he controls prime breeding territory. Adélie Penguins construct their nests on mounds of stones, and partners often exchange stone gifts during the course of construction.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
Oh ho ho hohohohhho witches, have we got something for you in the coming weeks! Scarlet and Blackbird are about to get schooled in all things Hekate. Embark on this epic journey with the ladies as they dive into the excitement of a course offered by the Blackthorne School on Hekate by none other than the author of The Hekataeon, Jack Grayle. The witches have discussed this book several times, but Scarlet signed up for the course first and wanted Blackbird's hot takes on everything she learned in the first of 13 weeks (spoiler alert - Blackbird signs up for the course immediately after recording this episode!) Get ready for your mind to be expanded by at least 3 if not 18 times.
Starting in 2020, the newsletter Blackbird Spy Plane has served readers what's billed as “unbeatable recon” on style and culture. Journalist Jonah Weiner and design scout Erin Wylie have amassed a cult following for their takes on everything from why you should “Tuck All Tops” to what “Democratizing” fashion really means. The duo provides recommendations on apparel, housewares and even art that celebrates beauty, singularity and unapologetic swagger. We talk with the creators about the newsletter, whether there is a Bay Area style, and how to create your own fashion mindset. Guests: Jonah Weiner, co-founder, "Blackbird Spyplane," a newsletter about Bay Area style and culture Erin Wylie, design scout; co-founder, "Blackbird Spyplane"
In this podcast episode, Brian Nichols, the founder of Angel Squad, shares his background and experiences working at companies like Lyft, Zoox, and Blackbird. He talks about his first angel investment and how he identifies the right opportunities. Brian also discusses the number of startups to invest in for a diversified portfolio and the process of deal sourcing and syndicate investing. Brian discusses his journey with Angel Squad, the decision-making process within the community, and the training and mentorship they offer. He reflects on his experience in angel investing and starting Angel Squad, mentioning the importance of creating a complete framework for investment decisions, and much more!Timestamps[00:00:21] Brian discusses his experience with Reward Tag, an internet lost and found project that was eventually acquired by an Australian luggage company.[00:03:30] Brian talks about the strategies Lyft used to compete with Uber, including incentive programs for drivers and focusing on events like Coachella.[00:08:25] Brian shares his transition from operating roles to investing, starting the Lyft alumni syndicate and his role at On Deck.[00:11:48] Brian talks about the minimum number of startups one should invest in to build a diversified portfolio and the investment size involved.[00:17:01] Brian gives advice on how to source deals and build a network as an angel investor, and how to run an angel syndicate. [00:18:27] Brian explains how deal sourcing works in the angel investing ecosystem and the importance of sharing high-quality deals with others.[00:19:21] Brian discusses the additional work involved in the syndicate piece of angel investing, including running a Kickstarter campaign for the invested company and the minimum amount required for pooling funds.[00:23:00] Brian explains how to invest alongside tier one VCs, including being brought into the deal by the tier one VC and leveraging their involvement to attract other investors.[00:33:30] Discusses the value of operator angels and emerging managers in venture-backed companies and the democratization of investing.[00:36:16] Explains how Hustle Fund and its founders, Elizabeth Yin and Eric Bahn, have built their brand through authentic and transparent content on social media. [00:37:22] Building a Brand vs. Building a Product Brian discusses the importance of building a product that people want and are willing to pay for before focusing on building a brand.Brian's LinksLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/briannichols11/Website: https://hustlefund.vc/squad My Links Podcast: https://lifeselfmastery.com/itunes YouTube: lifeselfmastery Twitter: rohitmal
In this episode we discuss:[00:37:00] Who is an angel investor?[00:01:39] What is the average investment check size for angel investors these days?[00:02:40] How is angel investing different from venture capital?[00:04:07] Why has angel investing historically been concentrated in the U.S.?[00:06:40] How has the angel investing landscape evolved, and what trends do you see?[00:10:52] What are the advantages and disadvantages of being part of a syndicate or doing angel investing individually?[00:13:20] How do you see technology and tools shaping the future of angel investing?[00:15:22] What challenges are angel investors facing right now?[00:17:46] When is the right time for an angel investor to make investments in startups?[00:19:30] What types of companies should angel investors consider investing in?[00:21:58] What are the misconceptions about angel investing?[00:22:35] How can individuals decide if angel investing is right for them?[00:24:33] What advice would you give to angel investors to be successful?[00:28:25] What Is angel squad? Is it similar to a syndicate?[00:31:38] How do you approach due diligence for investments in areas where you lack expertise?[00:34:33] How do you negotiate investments and win allocation?[00:36:50] How do you manage risk and approach making follow-on investments?[00:41:47] How important is it to stay informed about emerging tech trends?[00:44:44] What advice would you give for new angel investors?[00:47:20] Why angel invest despite the high risk?[00:50:56] Why are you passionate about angel investing and educating other people about Angel Investing? AboutBrian Nichols is the founder of Angel Squad, a program affiliated with the early-stage VC firm Hustle Fund. This initiative provides a unique opportunity to delve into the realm of angel investing, enabling you to both learn about and participate in investments alongside Hustle Fund in its portfolio companies. By joining Angel Squad, you not only gain access to a vibrant community of fellow angel investors and operators but also unlock a wealth of valuable resources pertaining to angel investing.Brian's notable career highlights include pivotal contributions to the achievements of Lyft, Zoox, BlackBird, and others. In 2019, he partnered with Ann Miura-Ko to establish Uplyft, a syndicate catering to Lyft alumni. This endeavor attracted over 300 initial employees of Lyft, who collectively injected more than $30 million into the initiative. Brian's commendable reputation as a guiding figure in the realm of alumni syndicates further propelled him to share his expertise with renowned companies like Airbnb, Stripe, Pinterest, and DoorDash.
Randy and Matt discuss all of the movies and shows they've been watching for the past month. Randy's List - Oppenheimer - Barbie - Silo - Shrinking - Stephen Curry: Underrated Matt's List - Oppenheimer - Blackbird - The Deepest Breath - Somebody Somewhere - A Few Good Men New Episodes the first Thursday of every month. Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/trinity/thunder License code: CHS8R4HPKVEAML6C --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/randyforcier/support
Gear up for an electrifying Season 1 finale recap of TWD: Dead City, joined by special guest host Renee Hansen from Undead Walking! Emotions run high as Maggie and Negan engage in an explosive face-off, revealing shocking truths and lingering tensions. Hershel's reunion with Maggie takes an unexpected turn, delving into the complexities of parenthood in a post-apocalyptic world. Amidst the chaos, dark agendas unfold, with Dama's master plan for Negan taking center stage. Perlie's loyalty comes into play as he maneuvers to protect Negan from looming threats. Join us as we dissect the thrilling action, strategic alliances, and powerful character dynamics in this heart-stopping finale. Don't miss this dynamic discussion as we answer the question of the day - What is the perfect theme song for this gripping episode?
Blackbird.AI helps organizations detect and respond to threats that cause reputational and financial harm. Powered by their AI-Driven Narrative & Risk Intelligence Constellation Platform, organizations can proactively understand risks and threats to their reputation in real-time. The company recently announced its $20M Series B round of funding led by Ten Eleven Ventures. In this episode of our podcast, we cover: * A deep discussion about how quickly AI is developing and if it should be regulated. * How Wasim started as an entrepreneur as a sophomore in college and has been building startups since. * The history of misinformation dating back to 1835. * How he started to focus on AI back in 2017 and how being early to market as an AI first company has ultimately been a competitive advantage. * All the details on Blackbird.AI and how their platform is helping enterprises, plus growth plans ahead. * And so much more. It's hard to believe that we have over 300 episodes of The VentureFizz Podcast. We have built up an amazing catalog of inspirational stories around building companies and every episode includes lots of great advice to follow, as well. If you haven't checked out our past interviews, go to venturefizz.com/podcast for the complete list. Oh, and one ask - please share The VentureFizz Podcast with your friends and colleagues in the industry. I appreciate your support!
This week we'll be coming out of retirement to put a stop to something, while also possibly saving the world, and falling in love - all accomplished while carrying the cumbersome burden of a charm so disarming that no hat will be able to sit at flat angle.Yes, it's Blackbird.Joining me to say Flatley my dear, we don't river dance is Sarah Morgan and Seamas O'Reilly. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/smershpod. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week we'll be coming out of retirement to put a stop to something, while also possibly saving the world, and falling in love - all accomplished while carrying the cumbersome burden of a charm so disarming that no hat will be able to sit at flat angle.Yes, it's Blackbird.Joining me to say Flatley my dear, we don't river dance is Sarah Morgan and Séamas O'Reilly. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/smershpod. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Get ready to learn about more spoooooky plants! This week Blackbird goes in deep with henbane, the witch's favorite plant! Long associated with flying, visions, necromancy and love magic, you are bound to learn a fact or two you may not already know. Come sit in our deadly garden with us and enjoy the shade while the world is literally its hottest. While you wait for a breeze, enjoy listening!
This week on The Don't Touch My Sasquatch podcast, we cover one of the biggest names in the cryptid world as we search the skies for a sign of The Mothman. We discuss Point Pleasant, Brad Paisley, Seven Nation Confederacy, Cornstalk's Curse, AC/DC, Mothman sightings, College Football references, Mothman dust, Indrid Cold, prophetic warnings, The Freiburg Shrieker, The Blackbird of Chernobyl, Ultra-Terrestrials and, Box Tops. Join us this week as we explore the world's introduction of the Mothman as he appeared and seemed to terrorize the locals of a small town that would soon be struck by tragedy.Found everywhere podcasts are availableYouTube: https://rebrand.ly/2auvcje Patreon: https://urlgeni.us/patreon/m1jQSocialsFacebook: https://urlgeni.us/facebook/9JnQ Instagram: https://urlgeni.us/instagram/pJcM Websitehttps://www.donttouchmysasquatch.com/Referenceshttps://maps.roadtrippers.com/us/west-columbia-wv/points-of-interest/mothman-tnt-area https://themothman.fandom.com/wiki/The_Mothman_Timeline#November_16th_1966: https://dailyyonder.com/woodrow-derenberger-and-the-legend-of-indrid-cold/2021/12/03/ https://themothman.fandom.com/wiki/John_Keel https://www.americanhauntingsink.com/cornstalk/https://1428elm.com/2017/12/28/point-pleasant-silver-bridge-collapse-and-the-mothman-50-years-later/https://www.wboy.com/only-on-wboy-com/paranormal-w-va/the-legend-of-mothman-paranormal-w-va/Stock Media provided by TheDoctorCaptain / Pond5 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of Michael Moore's podcast, he's trying to enjoy the bliss of summer — but solar storms, boiling oceans and RFK, Jr.'s conspiracy theories keep getting in the way. Pour yourself a nice tall lemonade and enjoy! ******************** Episode Music: 1) "Daddy Yankee - Havana (Remix)" — Camila Cabello 2) "Blackbird" — performed by Emma Stevens ******************** Episode Underwriters: 1) Shopify — Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at https://www.shopify.com/rumble [all lowercase] and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. 2) Moink — Moink brings additive-free, farm-fresh meat right to your door, and supports independent family farmers in the process. Go to https://www.MoinkBox.com/RUMBLE right now and get FREE bacon in your first box. ******************** Write to Mike: email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rumble-with-michael-moore/message
As the cofounder of online restaurant watchdog and chronicler Eater, as well as reservations booker Resy, Ben Leventhal has been at the center of all things dining out for nearly 20 years. On this episode we catch up with Ben about his latest company, Blackbird, a restaurant loyalty program that is rethinking the way hospitality and online culture converge. We talk about the founding of Blackbird and how restaurants are rapidly changing the way they make money through CPG and brand extension. We also discuss the early days of Eater, the future of controversial Los Angeles restaurant Horses, and the biggest story that nobody is covering. It's great catching up with Ben!Also on the show we catch up with Food & Wine's super talented Senior Drinks Editor Oset Babür-Winter. We talk about summer drinking, New York City restaurants, and what is exciting her in the world of spirits, wine, and cocktails. More From Ben Leventhal and Oset Babür-Winter:He Started Resy: Now He Wants You to Take Restaurant NFTs Seriously [EaterThis Is TASTE 64: Ben Leventhal [TASTE]Why Is Everyone Drinking Chartreuse This Summer? [F&W]We're Calling It Now, the Espresso Tonic Is the Drink of the Summer [F&W]FOLLOW, FOLLOW, FOLLOW:instagram.com/benleventhalinstagram.com/baburosetinstagram.com/mattrodbardinstagram.com/taste
Thanks for tuning into another episode of "Fisheries Gone Wild" with CCA NC. This week we are in Wilmington NC where we sit down with Captain Judson Brock of Eastern Angling and Captain Cameron Pappas of Blackbird guideservice to talk about thier guide buisnesses here in the Cape Fear region of our state. We discuss how their summer guide season has been so far this year and both Cameron and Judson talk about the changes they are seeing in their local Red Drum fishery. They both have noted a decrease in thier local red drum populations this year, what could be the root cause of this issue?? More people on the water? Technology changing the way we fish? Weather Patterns? Overall pressure on the resource??? Youll have to listen in to find out. One thing is certain, thier are more anlgers enjoying our coastal resources today than ever before. As anglers we all have an impact on the overall health and abundance of our local fisheries and we also all have an obligation to to promote a sutainable fishery that will be here for future generations to enjoy. We hope you enjoy this podcast! To learn more about how to get involved in the Local CCA NC Cape Fear Chapter, please contact Matthew Wallin at 757-508-3980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org CCA NC will be kicking off the 5th annual STATEWIDE Inshore Open fishing tournament August 25th- September 29th. To register for this statewide tournament click here: https://ccanc.org/product/inshoreopen2023/ The local Cape Fear Chapter will also be bringing back thier annual banquet the night of August 25th at The Warehouse on the Water, downtown Wilmington. If you register to fish the tournament that also covers your entry into the banquet. If your company is intersted in supporting the Cape Fear Chapter banquet you can purchase a table to the event here: https://ccanc.org/product/cape-fear-banquet/
Sophia is a talented and multifaceted actress currently creeping up the stage as Marlow in the hit Broadway show, “Grey House”. She talks about her role as Marlow, the complexities of her character, and her deep appreciation for the creative freedom provided by the playwright, Levi Holloway, the open-ended nature of the play being open to interpretation. With her innate ability to tap into the dark side partnered with her empathic nature, it's no surprise that she's able to perform and connect to both her character and the audience. She shares how she embraces curiosity as a driving force and how this allows her to explore different emotions, and the importance of balance between her personal life and maintaining a healthy separation from the characters she plays. She also delves into generational differences and why she's a fan of Gen Zs despite the bad rap they get. Apart from acting, she unveils her love for painting which she considers as a meditative practice that keeps her aligned. Despite the chaos the industry brings sometimes, curiosity has been a driving force for Sophia, and this curiosity is what keeps her going. Sophia Anne Caruso is a talented actress with tv and film credits such as the Netflix hit feature, “The School for Good and Evil”, "37", "Jack of the Red Hearts", "I Am Number Four", CBS' “Evil”, and the NBC's hit series “Smash” among others. Her stage credits include "Beetlejuice", "Lazarus", "Runaways", "Blackbird", "The Nether", and "The Sound of Music Live!". She's currently playing as Marlow in the hit Broadway show, “Grey House”. Connect with Sophia: Instagram: @sophiaannecaruso Twitter: @sophiaannecaruso Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Paul Walter Hauser takes his shoes off to discuss comedy, drama and do bits with Rick... Listen -- you know we don't like writing descriptions right? So here is an excerpt on Paul from Wikipedia: "Paul Walter Hauser (born October 15, 1986) is an American actor and comedian. He is known for his supporting roles in the films I, Tonya (2017), BlacKkKlansman (2018), Late Night (2019), Da 5 Bloods (2020), and Cruella (2021). In 2019, Hauser had his breakout performance as the title character in the Clint Eastwood film Richard Jewell, earning the National Board of Review Award for Best Breakthrough Performance. He starred as suspected serial killer Larry Hall in the 2022 miniseries Black Bird, and was also seen in the TV show Kingdom. For his role in Black Bird, he won a Critics' Choice Television Award and a Golden Globe Award."Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/takeyourshoesoff
On this episode of Our American Stories, in 1966, an SR-71 "Blackbird" disintegrated at 78,000 feet. The pilot's first thought was "No one could live through what just happened". Therefore, I must be dead." Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What would you do if you picked up the phone and heard the voice of a relative begging you for help while kidnappers held them ransom? As AI technology becomes more sophisticated, more people around the world are falling prey to such scams. In the United States alone, $2.6 billion was lost in imposter scams last year. As AI technology continues to develop, experts warn such scams are getting easier to produce. So what can be done to stop them? In this episode: Wasim Khaled, (@wasimkhal) CEO and co-founder, Blackbird.AI Episode credits: This episode was produced by Ashish Malhotra and Fahrinisa Campana with our host Natasha Del Toro, in for Malika Bilal. Miranda Lin fact-checked this episode. Our sound designer is Alex Roldan. Our lead of audience development and engagement is Aya Elmileik. Munera Al Dosari and Adam Abou-Gad are our engagement producers. Alexandra Locke is The Take's executive producer, and Ney Alvarez is Al Jazeera's head of audio. Connect with us: @AJEPodcasts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook
Weird mutant fish body. Real Housewives of Utah Island. Building a Shaq sized strawman. Total Seinfeld Moment! She"quille O'Neal." She Thumbs Up'd me, thinking that was enough! Let's Go Get Tired. The answer is Bud Light. 3.6% of people had no antibodies, no COVID-19 and no Lt Yar. Being Tall Doesn't Make You Good at Basketball. TMS: We knew you'd be back. Kayak Payback. Blackbird stealing fruit in the dead of niiiiight. Henderson is a bad Pokemon. Covid, Clout Chasers & Con-Crud with Bobby and more on this episode of The Morning Stream. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices