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In this podcast, we talk to Sir Wade, a 3D character animator who worked for Dream Works as a 3D trainer. Now he is an educator on YouTube, teaching 3D animation. We discuss how acting is an essential component of animation and what Blender can improve to be a competitor to Maya. Sir Wade's Links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/sirwadefx Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/SirWadeFX/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SirWadeFX Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SirWadeFX/ Links discussed in podcast: Illusion of Life: https://a.co/d/9NWiLa5 Game Anim: https://www.amazon.com/Game-Anim-Video-Animation-Explained/dp/1138094870 Signup to Poliigon: https://www.poliigon.com/?utm_campaign=andrewprice-pod&utm_source=desc&utm_medium=youtube&utm_content=ep-25 Chapter Markers: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:26 - Podcast Start 00:03:04 - The difference between the 3D animator and modeling communities 00:05:46 - How long does it take to animate a 3 second production shot 00:08:18 - How animators keep animation consistency throughout a film 00:13:01 - What animation shortcuts a T.V. shows take vs a film production 00:16:53 - Why animators don't interpolate frames 00:19:20 - What is the future of 3D animation 00:32:45 - Where a beginners should start when learning animation 00:44:49 - Poliigon Ad 00:45:44 - How acting can affect communication in animation 00:50:00 - Myths and misconceptions about animation 00:56:17 - The best resources for animation 00:59:04 - Difference between film and game animation 01:03:35 - How games use motion capture and animation together 01:08:58 - Why the animation in Polar Express was janky 01:15:36 - Why nobody wants to be a rigger in animation 01:19:30 - Why it's important to have multiple skills in animation 01:26:42 - Sir Wade's favorite examples of great animation 01:34:33 - What Blender needs to do to replace Maya Send in your video question: https://www.blenderguru.com/podcastquestion Listen to The Andrew Price Podcast: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3iQrZmxF18bDcou2ZpN0R9 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-andrew-price-podcast/id1543110518 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8zYTk2NDM3OC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Anchor: https://anchor.fm/andrew-price-podcast Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-andrew-price-podcast Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/g63tah31 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-andrew-price-podcast-8QQnak ----------------------------------------------- Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewpprice Instagram: http://instagram.com/andrewpprice Facebook: http://facebook.com/blenderguru ArtStation: http://artstation.com/artist/andrewprice Blender Guru: http://www.blenderguru.com Poliigon: http://www.poliigon.com
This week, grandmas everywhere need to watch their backs, we make the world's worst smoothie, Melanie wants to go to Branson, Beth dodges a bullet at Great Wolf Lodge, Alyson has a family mole, Karen imparts Thanksgiving advice, and Riley's dad is a menace.Content warnings: cancer, excessive/delayed diagnostic testing, hospice, terminal agitation, extensive discussion of grief, vague mentions of mid-term pregnancy loss.
Interview by MikalaTV https://www.instagram.com/_mikalatv_/ Recently we sat down with Chicago's Z Money for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about dropping his new project ‘Back 2 the Blender', explains why its his first project since 2019, growing up in Chicago, jumping off the porch when he was 15, explains why he moved to Atlanta, a judge following him on IG & locking him up, how his trip to Miami when he was 18 inspired him to start rapping, being inspired by Gucci Mane, receiving a lot of fan mail when he was locked up, opening up a soul food restaurant, signing to Gucci & 1017, explains why he decided to go back independent, working with Juice Wrld, his relationship with A$AP Yams, his sound & flow, being compared to Valee, his relationship with Key Glock, putting 24 songs on his new album, and much more!
Today on Too Opinionated we sit down with singer Aubrey O'Day!!! Aubrey O'Day is an American singer and reality television personality, best known for being a member of the girl group Danity Kane. Danity Kane reunited in 2018 as a trio, she has also performed in the duo Dumblonde with former Danity Kane bandmate Shannon Bex since 2015. O'Day has modeled for magazines such as Blender and Playboy, and performed on Broadway in Hairspray. In 2011, she signed a solo record deal with SRC/Universal Motown Records, and released her debut EP Between Two Evils in 2013. Additionally, O'Day has made appearances on reality television shows, including the fifth season of “Celebrity Apprentice,” “Famously Single,” “Ex on the Beach,” and the “British Celebrity Big Brother 18.” DOUBLE PLATINUM RECORDING ARTIST, AUBREY O'DAY DROPS NEW SINGLE & VIDEO “COUPLE GOALS” & LAUNCHES ONLF FANS PAGE! APPLE MUSIC SONG LINK HERE : https://music.apple.com/us/album/couple-goals-single/1654330231 ONLY FANS MUSIC VIDEO HERE: https://onlyfans.com/aubreyodayof You can watch on YouTube at Meisterkhan Pod. https://youtu.be/hwLRCbPaG7w You can listen at Meisterkhan.com or on your favorite podcasting app. http://sites.libsyn.com/153731/aubrey-oday Reaching fans in 75 countries, Too Opinionated is your next obsession! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aubreyoday/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AubreyODay Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe)
Polk makes a couple of trips to the Blender to see a Zion-less Pelicans dismantle the Grizzlies and Bulls. Do we have any concerns about how good the Pels look without their young superstar!? It's a lot of fun seeing Trey Murphy develop more, and it's official: Jose Alvarado is GOOD. The Saints stink, Dennis Allen is gone (right?), and let's just see what Jameis can do with it. LaToya goes clothes shopping, and Lee Zurik goes deep undercover!
Are you a leader who is looking to show up with more vulnerability? Did you know that vulnerability and impact go hand in hand, and can transform not only how you show up, but how your team shows up each day? Today's
In this podcast, we talk about the future of Blender with the founder of Blender Ton Roosendaal and UIX, Design & Communication artist Pablo Vazquez. Pablo Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/pablovazquez_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pablovazquez.art/?hl=en Ton's Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonroosendaal?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Blender: blender.org Signup to Poliigon: https://www.poliigon.com/?utm_campaign=andrewprice-pod&utm_source=desc&utm_medium=youtube&utm_content=ep-25 Chapter Markers: 00:00:00 - Podcast Start 00:00:57 - What is Blender's focus in the film production pipeline 00:09:32 - Biggest problem with Universal Scene Description 00:15:11 - Why Ton decided to make Blender open source 00:21:30 - What is Blender Labs and is Blender changing completely 00:34:15 - Poliigon Ad 00:35:10 - How companies have to change with emerging technology 00:39:17 - Pablo background working with Blender 00:48:07 - What it's like working at Blender 01:03:58 - Pablo's reaction to Blender skyrocketing user base 01:14:50 - Does Blender needs to be more user friendly 01:17:48 - When is Blender new texture paint coming out 01:22:10 - How it's like balancing Poliigon and Blender Guru 01:28:33 - Pablo's thought on NFTs Send in your video question: https://www.blenderguru.com/podcastquestion Listen to The Andrew Price Podcast: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3iQrZmxF18bDcou2ZpN0R9 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-andrew-price-podcast/id1543110518 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8zYTk2NDM3OC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Anchor: https://anchor.fm/andrew-price-podcast Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-andrew-price-podcast Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/g63tah31 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-andrew-price-podcast-8QQnak ----------------------------------------------- Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewpprice Instagram: http://instagram.com/andrewpprice Facebook: http://facebook.com/blenderguru ArtStation: http://artstation.com/artist/andrewprice Blender Guru: http://www.blenderguru.com Poliigon: http://www.poliigon.com
Episode 252 Show Notes Topic of the show: On this week's show, we discuss a pilot's decision to go missed on an instrument approach to avoid a midair collision. What did the pilot do right and what could they have done to help avoid the situation. We also discuss Class Delta transition clearances, passive flight following, and more of your aviation questions and feedback. This show is 100% Patron supported and this episode is composed entirely of Patron feedback. Thank you for supporting the show! Timely Feedback: 1. SGAC Patron KNG sent some kind words about the show. Thank you! 2. Patron JRP would like to file an official complaint. #horns 3. Patron MK shares some first hand experience with pilots struggling to enter controlled traffic patterns. Feedback Patron SW asked about the best way to get flight following with an odd route and Class D clearances. Patron CC is listening and helping ATC but not really getting true flight following. Patron TG sent audio and asked about MSAW processing for aerobatic flights. Have a great week and thanks for listening! Visit our website at OpposingBases.com You can support our show using Patreon or visiting our support page on the website. Keep the feedback coming, it drives the show! Don't be shy, use the “Send Audio to AG and RH” button on the website and record an audio message. Or you can send us comments or questions to email@example.com. Find us on twitter @opposing_bases. Music by audionautix.com. Third party audio provided by liveatc.net. Friends of the show and maker of bags to protect your ATC headset from dust and germs: ATCSaks.com. Keep the gunk and funk away from your most valuable pilot gear: https://pilotsaks.com/. Legal Notice The hosts of Opposing Bases Air Traffic Talk podcast are speaking on behalf of Opposing Bases, LLC. Opposing Bases, LLC does not represent the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation, or the National Air Traffic Controllers Association. All opinions expressed in the show are for entertainment purposes only. There is no nexus between Opposing Bases, LLC and the FAA or NATCA. All episodes are the property of Opposing Bases, LLC and shall not be recorded or transcribed without express written consent. For official guidance on laws and regulations, refer to your local Flight Standards District Office or Certified Flight Instructor. Opposing Bases, LLC offers this podcast to promote aviation safety and enhance the knowledge of its listeners but makes no guarantees to listeners regarding accuracy or legal applications.
Thursday's final hour of The Matt McClearin Show began with Nick Kelly, Alabama reporter for The Tuscaloosa News, looking back at the win over Mississippi State and saying how the team will prepare for LSU. 19:12 - Start, Sit, Cut! Matt plays Start, Sit, Cut and is forced to make some tough decisions. 35:04 - Matt helps you make some money this weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On tonight's show we have a new episode of an ongoing segment of what Brian likes to call “Inside Fred's Head” with Fred Hanna. Fred is a well-known pipe collector, author, and speaker at pipe shows. He has a PhD. in psychology and teaches the same at the Chicago Campus at Adler University. He is also author of the book, “The Perfect Smoke”. This is the 12th in the series with a long form discussion. Tonight, the guys will discuss the future of pipes. In Pipe Parts, we will have an Ask the Tobacco Blender segment with Jeremy Reeves. Jeremy is the Head Blender at Cornell & Diehl, which is one of the most popular boutique pipe tobacco companies in the USA.
New Orleans nearly came back from 17 points down in its home opener. Christian and Adam discuss Zion's defensive struggles, his scary fall, the lineup that got the Pelicans back into the game, and the incredible atmosphere at The Blender. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This chat is with Planetary Science Video Producer and Animator, James Tralie, who shares how he took a u-turn from geophysics into animation. Throughout his career he's also worked with clients like Facebook, Taco Bell, MIT, Marshmello, and Fiji Water - and on top of this he also runs a YouTube channel teaching Blender. Tune in to Ibele and Tralie to hear: *How Tralie broke into the industry with a degree in geophysics *What Tralie has done to grow his Instagram to 145K followers *What being a NASA animator is like ~[SPONSORED MESSAGE]~ Use code AIPDomestika40 for 40% off any Domestika course until March 31, 2023. Visit https://www.domestika.org/ This episode is sponsored by Domestika, a leader in online creative teaching since 2002. Domestika offers over 2,000 courses on a variety of topics like After Effects, Instagram Brand Strategy, Watercolour Illustration, Time Management for Creatives, and of course, every type of animation you can imagine. For a list of all of their courses, visit https://www.domestika.org/ ~~~ Social Links: *Check out Tralie's website: https://www.jamestralie.com/ *Follow Tralie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/james_films/ *Follow Tralie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jamestralie *Watch Tralie's Blender Tutorials on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JamesTralieFilms/videos
This episode Noah and Steve discuss building a NAS, audio room correction, Dustin writes back in to say he got his church bank access working, and what do you need to get a law office up and running? It's a packed episode! -- During The Show -- 01:00 Remote Access to OpenMediaVault - Cory Computer provides more control TailScale (https://tailscale.com/) Tinc Mesh VPN (https://tinc-vpn.org/) WireGuard (https://www.wireguard.com/) Site to Site VPN Overlay network Nebula (https://github.com/slackhq/nebula) HeadScale (https://github.com/juanfont/headscale) SyncThing (https://syncthing.net/) 12:00 Bradly from mumble DNS Issue use DIG Check your DNS Route DNS config needs to add the new VPN Client Subnet as ALLOWED 17:30 DIY Digital Room Correction with Linux - Charlie DIY Digital Room Correction (https://th0ma5w.github.io/DIY-Room-Correction/) Calibrated Measurement Microphone (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ADR2B84) Discussion Thread (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=33053485) 19:30 Tiny from Mumble Hosted email Encrypted Email only helps when both ends are using encrypted email ProtonMail has a good track record Vote with your wallet Proton Mail Bridge 29:15 News Wire Linux 6.1 RC Linux Today (https://www.linuxtoday.com/news/linus-torvalds-announces-first-linux-kernel-6-1-release-candidate/) The Register (https://www.theregister.com/2022/10/14/kernel_61_will_contain_fixes/) Phoronix PPC (https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-6.1-PowerPC) Phoronix Xen (https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-6.1-Xen) Amiga Updates ARS Technica (https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022/10/37-year-old-amiga-platform-gets-updates-to-linux-kernel-amigaos-sdk/) Virtual Box 7.0 Make Use Of (https://www.makeuseof.com/virtualbox-70-boasts-linux-secure-boot-support/) Ardour 7.0 Linux Today (https://www.linuxtoday.com/news/ardour-7-0-open-source-daw-released-with-clip-launching/) Libre Office 7.4.2 9 to 5 Linux (https://9to5linux.com/libreoffice-7-4-2-office-suite-released-with-80-bug-fixes-download-now) Blender 3.4 Blender (https://wiki.blender.org/wiki/Reference/Release_Notes/3.4) Plasma 5.26 KDE (https://kde.org/announcements/plasma/5/5.26.0/) KDE Plasma 5.26 is out. Tails 5.5 Neo Win (https://www.neowin.net/news/tails-55-issued-but-includes-worrying-linux-kernel-bug/) Euro Linux Euro Linux (https://en.euro-linux.com/blog/eurolinux-desktop/) Juno Tablet The Register (https://www.theregister.com/2022/10/17/juno_tablet/) Linux OS Market Value Fortune Business Insights (https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/linux-operating-system-market-103037) CISA RedEye Help Net Security (https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2022/10/17/cisa-redeye-open-source-analytic-tool/) 31:10 Dustin Updates Us About Church and Bank - Dustin YouTube is great till they aren't Provider embed vs another service Streaming Faith (http://streamingfaith.com/) 34:40 Tech for a New Law Office? - Elise File Server Heavy Duty Laser Printer IP Phone / Voxtelsys (http://www.voxtelesys.com/asknoah) Sophos Hardware (Avoid the software) (https://www.ebay.com/itm/295271867668) Print Job Tracking Protectli (https://protectli.com/) The "Big Vendors" do loose data 47:00 Signal Removes SMS Signal (https://signal.org/blog/sms-removal-android/) Signal's reasons SMS is insecure Unexpected messaging bills Clear experience SMS is lowest common denominator Signal is "Moxie's Baby" JMP.chat and Matrix RCS -- The Extra Credit Section -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! This Episode's Podcast Dashboard (http://podcast.asknoahshow.com/308) Phone Systems for Ask Noah provided by Voxtelesys (http://www.voxtelesys.com/asknoah) Join us in our dedicated chatroom #GeekLab:linuxdelta.com on Matrix (https://element.linuxdelta.com/#/room/#geeklab:linuxdelta.com) -- Stay In Touch -- Find all the resources for this show on the Ask Noah Dashboard Ask Noah Dashboard (http://www.asknoahshow.com) Need more help than a radio show can offer? Altispeed provides commercial IT services and they're excited to offer you a great deal for listening to the Ask Noah Show. Call today and ask about the discount for listeners of the Ask Noah Show! Altispeed Technologies (http://www.altispeed.com/) Contact Noah live [at] asknoahshow.com -- Twitter -- Noah - Kernellinux (https://twitter.com/kernellinux) Ask Noah Show (https://twitter.com/asknoahshow) Altispeed Technologies (https://twitter.com/altispeed)
How to get organized even when you're super busy… AND how to lose belly fat and gain in self-esteem through self-care and smoothies! An interview with Tarashaun Hausner. Due to being sick in bed with COVID I'm takin' it easy this week… This show is a replay of a 2020 interview I did with Tarashaun Hauser, a former model turned blender/smoothie enthusiast and now wellness coach focusing on healthy body image and weight loss. She really learned how to overcome the negative messages of the media and more about ‘right' sizes… I LOVED our conversation! Tarashaun really understands what it takes to overcome our negative views of our bodies. Mainly because she overcame emotional eating and an eating disorder to find health and happiness. Another other things, we talked about: Her interesting story and how she got started How and why we develop eating disorders What is body dysmorphia? A great exercise for appreciating your body again The importance of self-care in body image How you can tell if you are an emotional eater Why smoothies work so well nutritionally Getting started with smoothies How to get your kids to smoothie into veggies…without being green! Lots to learn and savor here, friends! I hope you enjoy it like I did… RESOURCES Kashi Ananda's Yoga Tarashaun Hausner's Blender Babes Tarashaun's Meal Planning Tool Recipe ideas for blender food Blender comparisons OUR GUEST Tarashaun is the founder of Blender Babes with a long held passion to help people live a Healthier Lifestyle in our chaotic and stress-heavy world. It took many moons to find this path – and she is very excited to share what she has learned and help people around the world more easily and quickly prepare healthy meals at home!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion part 1 was so frustrating I barely made it to Real Housewives of Salt Lake City; HOWEVER, Whitney Rose is so drunk and hilarious and chaotic that it's actually worth the wait. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/therealityispod/message
On today's episode we have a glass of Crown Royal Reserve. This bottle came out of a visit with the Queen to Canada to show that England still cared for its Red Headed Step Child. The episode was recorded before Queen Elizabeth Passed away so there isn't any reference to that, but rest in peace. Crown has certainly stepped up their game and i'm glad we have gone back to talk more about them! All that and more on today's episode of Whiskey Chasers! Be sure to Like us on Facebook and follow us on instagram, as well as rate and review the show wherever you are listening, it really helps us out.Our Website is www.whiskeychaserspod.com, check us out! Thanks, and enjoy the show!Be sure to show some love for the company that brought you today's bottle!https://www.crownroyal.com/canadian-whisky/crown-royal-reserve/ Intro: -We have now had two Crown Royal bottles on this podcast, but we haven't talked about the history of the company before.History: In 1939, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth made history when they became the first reigning monarchs to visit Canada, arriving by boat and traveling the vast North American distance by train.-this was to show that britain cared about their canadian dominion before WW2 to hel them not get bombed-Upon hearing the historic news, a Canadian spirits entrepreneur set out to craft a whisky suited for the Royal Couple. He meticulously tried more than 600 blends before outfitting the final product in a cut-glass decanter and regal purple bag with gold stitching. The whisky he presented to the King and Queen was an exquisitely smooth blend of roughly fifty whiskies which became known, fittingly, as Crown Royal.Their process: -Five different recipes (mash bills) and twelve distillation columns produce the individual whiskies that comprise our blends, which are then aged for varying periods of time in either new or re-use charred oak barrels. Once the whiskies have been aged to our blenders' satisfaction, they are meticulously blended to create the signature rich Bottle:-Our Master Blender hand selects less than 1% of our exceptionally aged whiskies, creating a blend that is aged longer than most for the perfect balance of flavor and depth. This whiskey is our Blender's gift to Crown Royal enthusiasts: a creamy, rich, reserve-grade blend, with a velvety long lasting finish.-This was first released in 1992 as "Special Reserve", but has recently been dropped to just "Reserve".
This is the last, for now, of the shows recorded on location from the Pacific Northwest. It was recorded at Von Ebert Brewing's Glendoveer location, on the far edges of Portland, Oregon and situated on a golf course. Von Ebert is a brewery that has been crushing it since the start. Making great IPAs and Lagers as well as boasting a terrific blending program – in fact we discuss some of those beers on this show to illustrate ingredients and process. A brewery with a diverse portfolio that executes on the highest of levels always has something to explore, and prior to the show Jeff Alworth, the writer, author, and podcast host, had been driving me around Oregon and trying to dissect Von Ebert. Since it was such a conundrum, I invited him to co-host this episode. Happily it goes off the rails at points. Our guests keep us on track and they are: Sam Pecoraro, the Head Brewer who has been brewing around Portland for 11 years at various breweries, including Burnside Brewing, The Commons Brewery and Breakside Brewery before joining Von Ebert at their inception in 2018. As Head Brewer, Sam leads the Pearl District and Glendoveer Brewing teams in all quests related to IPA variants, German-inspired lagers and mixed culture beers. And Jason Hansen, the Lead Brewer and Blender who Started homebrewing right after college, and ended up getting a job at Seven Bridges Organic Homebrew Supply in Santa Cruz, CA. before moving to Sante Adairius Rustic Ales where he eventually became head brewer. He was then Lead Fermentationist at Garden Path Fermentation in Burlington, before joining Von Ebert in 2018. It's a crowded table that grows a bit more when we're joined later in the show by Madeleine McCarthy, who was then a brewer at Von Ebert but has since started working at 10 Barrel Brewing. There is a lot to unpack on this rollicking show recorded just off the practice green at the course with a an audience putting a dent into the lager taps. -John HollThis episode is sponsored by: Jack's Abby BrewingGuatemala, the land of eternal spring, rich agriculture, and affinity for fantastic food and coffee. Craft beer is a fledgling movement in the country, but it's being led by our friends from El Zapote Brewing. Our conversation with them inspired us to create a unique coffee golden lager with imported beans from Finca Retana family farm in Antigua, Guatemala. We believe this beer will have a true taste of the country and we hope you enjoy this unique lager inspired by culture, colors, and conversation.For more Drink Beer, Think Beer check out All About Beer. Hosts: John Holl and Jeff Alworth Guests: Sam Pecoraro, Jason Hansen, Madeleine McCarthy Sponsors: Jack's Abby, The Craft Brewery Cookbook, All About Beer Tags: Beer, Brewing, Hops, Recipes, Growth, Oregon, IPA, Lager, Mixed Fermentation
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Episode Notes:Solana Spaces founder and CEO Vibhu Norby sits down with Brian Friel to talk about creating crypto's first interactive retail experience that aims to onboard the next wave of users to web3.Show Notes:Brian Friel (00:06):Hey everyone and welcome to the Zeitgeist. The show where we highlight the founders, developers, and designers for pushing the Web3 space. I'm Brian Friel, Developer Relations at Phantom. I'm super excited to introduce our guest, Vibhu Norby. Vibhu is The founder and CEO of Solana Spaces. The first in real life crypto retail experience. Vibhu, welcome to the show.Vibhu Norby (00:27):Thanks Brian.Brian Friel (00:28):Real excited to talk to you today. I think of all our guests, you have some of the most unique backgrounds of somebody who's now full-time in crypto. If you don't mind, could you walk us through a little bit about who you are and your journey to what is now launching Solana Spaces?Vibhu Norby (00:41):Yeah, I definitely do. Our team is a different type of team from what you mostly see. I used to be a respectable tech entrepreneur raising VC from tier one firms and building cool companies, writing code for Google. And then sometime over the last two years, like everybody else, I became a degenerate crypto guy. Pretty much my whole life, I have been writing code since I was a kid, and my first job was at Roblox. Funnily enough, I built their collectable system back in 2009.Brian Friel (01:08):Wow.Vibhu Norby (01:08):This was a long time ago.Brian Friel (01:09):Sneak peak to NFTs.Vibhu Norby (01:11):Yeah. I worked at MySpace. My big break came when I joined a startup called Nest, which was the smart learning thermostat company that Google acquired while I was there, and I was still writing code there, but I kind of got interested in what we were doing with retail. I got exposed to a couple of projects that the company Google was doing to build out an experience inside a Best Buy and Target an Apple stores and so on. And I fell in love with the idea of building a physical store for hardware products.Vibhu Norby (01:43):So I left Google with a bunch of other people, and directly prior to Solana Spaces for seven years, I built this national retail chain called B8ta. We opened stores all over the country. Japan, Middle East, at some point we owned Toys R Us for a good six months, which was a very interesting project.Vibhu Norby (02:00):And then a lot of people during Covid started getting interested in crypto. First Ethereum and then Solana, and at some point B8ta, this was a physical retailer that was super affected by Covid. So I started thinking about what I want to do next and I was pretty convinced that I want to get into this space. And I tossed around a bunch of software ideas. I'm not really, by my nature, a physical retail person, but by chance, met Raj in November last year. Although we had talked a long time prior to that, at that moment we connected around building a IRL Solana store. Both thought it was an interesting enough and weird idea that had a very small chance of being important, and those are kind of the best ideas to build. So between November and March we figured out a deal with the Solana Foundation and created Solana Spaces.Brian Friel (02:53):That's awesome. If I'm not mistaken, it looks like you guys are already live in New York. You're planning a store in Miami, is that correct?Vibhu Norby (03:00):Yeah. We opened Solana Spaces at Hudson Yards at the end of July and that was our first store, and the next location opens the first or second week of October in Miami. And these are two very different spaces. The first one is a 1500 square foot retail space, very much a store in a major shopping mall. The location in Miami, we call the Solana Embassy, because it is the craziest store on planet Earth I believe. It is a store, it's a coworking lounge, it's a nightclub, it's the best events venue in Wynwood, and it's all dedicated to teaching people about Solana.Brian Friel (03:38):That's awesome. So like me as an end user, let's say I was walking through Hudson Yards, I see this store, can you paint a picture and walk us through what can I expect when I walk into one of these stores?Vibhu Norby (03:48):The store is modeled around being your first crypto friend. That was how we designed it. And we asked for ourselves, how do people get crypto pilled in the first place? And pretty much everyone will share a story of someone in their life or someone they knew that got them a Phantom wallet and gave them NFT or gave them some tokens. So we wanted to build that kind of experience for people that maybe don't have a crypto friend yet.Vibhu Norby (04:13):So when you walk in, first of all, the space looks unlike anything you've seen in a typical shopping center because it's full of NFT artwork. And we have this crazy immersion screen that shows you what's happening on Solana in real time. And then we've got amazing merch products everywhere. So it's got this stunning welcoming look. And when you come in, there's two paths you take.Vibhu Norby (04:37):One path is, you can come and learn about how blockchains work, if you have more time. If you have less time, which is the average person, your first step is going into the Phantom Seed Phrase booth, which is a privacy pod where in three minutes you learn about how to keep your seed phrase safe and you get little cards you can write it down on, and then we drop you a PO App for completing that. And after you exit the seed phrase booth, you can walk around the store and scan your phone at all these different tutorial displays, and each one of those will open the DApp Browser in Phantom Mobile, and walk you through a tutorial about Orca, about Step'n, about MetaPlex, about Degenerate Ape Academy, about Form Function, or any number of our other partners. And once you've completed those learning materials, we give you another NFT. It's all gas list, no transaction fees.Vibhu Norby (05:30):Once you've collected enough of those badges, you show our store ambassador and we'll give you USDC. So basically we are paying people to learn about crypto in the store. And this is literally a micro version of what a good friend is supposed to do, right? Give you their wallet, give you some NFTs, give you some money.Brian Friel (05:49):Right.Vibhu Norby (05:50):And of course if you want to, if you're a degenerate like me, you can also spend that money immediately on the merch in the store.Brian Friel (05:56):The shoes. I want the Solana shoes. I see those on Twitter and I'm pretty jealous.Vibhu Norby (06:01):Yeah. We've got the Solana shoes, we've got the best socks in crypto, we've got hats and designer wear. And everything in the store is something that we designed and is exclusively available there, so you can only get it in the store. So it's kind of worth your time to come out of your way and try this.Brian Friel (06:17):That's super cool. And was there anything in particular from your experience founding B8ta, that impacted this vision that you had for Solana stores?Vibhu Norby (06:24):Yeah. If you know what we kind of did at B8ta, this is in many ways a direct descendant. It's a more fleshed out version of some of the big ideas that we were on to. B8ta was a... and my team hates that I'm always talking about it, but it was important part of my life. I started it when I was 27 and kind of grew up with it. We raised a hundred million dollars of venture capital, we opened stores everywhere and we had quite a large team and made a big impact on industry. We were the National Retail Federations retailer of the year. And the thing that made B8ta very innovative at the time was we had re-engineered the store business model to basically run auctions on top of space, like physical space, and we'd sell the space to the highest bidder. And so it was a more accessible way for newer brands to enter into a store.Vibhu Norby (07:07):And what we did here was we fixed a bunch of the things that we didn't like about that model, and benefit from everything from the rewards layer that crypto can offer companies to some very, very wild things that we're doing that we have not announced yet that we will soon. But in fact, the whole business model of this company we have not revealed yet to the public. And that business model is going to blow people's minds. That is probably the thing that is the most built on top of the learnings of my previous venture, and it's really a big idea on how quickly could you grow a retail business.Brian Friel (07:42):That's really cool. That's quite the cliff hanger. I'm tempted to press you on that but I won't because we have a ton of stuff to get through already on this. But I am curious, switching back to, you show up to this store, you walk in for the first time. I'm sure you're seeing both people are completely new to crypto who just think this store is interesting and they want to walk in, then you know have the crypto native degenerates like yourself, me and people listening to this podcast. But for the folks who are new to crypto specifically and they're coming into the spaces, what do you find that is resonating with them the most and maybe what is giving them the most friction about this crypto experience?Vibhu Norby (08:13):I think the hardest part has been teaching people about how the blockchain works. I think I was a bit more optimistic that people will be interested in the technology, but what clearly resonates to me is without a doubt, NFTs is one thing to kind of read the news about NFTs and write them off as write click saving, why would you need this? I'll just save this image to my computer. But it's another thing for someone to open up a wallet and see that this is something that's theirs. Even if it's a worthless NFT, people connect with those. And there's something called the endowment effect in retail, which is why most stores are loosely optimized around getting you to put your hands on the products, because once you feel a shirt in an apparel store or you pick up a video game, and nobody buys video games in real life anymore, but at GameStop, there's like a little part of your brain that doesn't want to give it back.Vibhu Norby (09:11):So our job in the space is give you things, tell you that you own them and get that endowment effect started. We've had some really cool experiences that have been shared with us. We had a guy that came from Ethereum and he walked into the store, this was a couple weeks ago, and he maybe had heard about it, but he didn't have any of the Solana tooling and didn't have a Solana wallet, and all of a sudden he was telling us on Twitter that he was investigating all the NFT projects and Solana and he had applied for y00t lists, and I feel like he was fully down the rabbit hole, right?Brian Friel (09:45):One of us. Yeah, that's awesome.Vibhu Norby (09:47):That story we've heard a bunch of times. So I think NFTs and then the merch, I cannot tell you how surprised we were how much people love merch. I don't know, it doesn't matter whether you know about crypto or not, you know about Solana or not, people are coming in and buying the gear. And that's a beautiful thing because I think what it says to me is crypto is really a community building tool, and one of the ways to be part of the community is to wear the stuff that community wears, and that's another way to kind of participate. So we really do focus on making high quality stuff that people want that's eye catching and interesting. And if you walked in and you didn't understand the crypto stuff but you like the products, that's a win. We'll take it.Brian Friel (10:30):Yeah, that's cool. And I guess taking that a little bit further, the store is really highlighting the whole Solana ecosystem, but for a given crypto project, say there's a crypto project that's building on Solana right now listening to the podcast, should they be thinking about in real life retail experiences? I think this is something that has been basically on no one's radar in the crypto space for a really long time and you're showing that there might actually be a reason for individual projects to pay attention to this.Vibhu Norby (10:53):I think there has been a lot of theory. I mean we can talk about payments for example. Payments are theoretically the very best use case of crypto, whether that's like remittances or that's paying a vendor, and not to shill Solana, but I do love me Solana.Brian Friel (11:10):I will note real quick, you're not actually part of Solana even though it's called Solana Spaces, it's a separate organization. Just to make that clear.Vibhu Norby (11:18):Yes. But we did call the company Solana Spaces and it's pretty hard to go back at this point.Brian Friel (11:22):Yeah, right.Vibhu Norby (11:24):Yeah, I think Solana particularly should be an awesome tool for payments because the fees are basically zero and that certainly isn't true with even credit cards. So I think that was a hypothesis, but making that come to life for somebody and building a mental model for other businesses has yet to happen. So I think if you're a store or you're a cafe, you absolutely should be looking at Solana pay. The question on that side is, how does it benefit the consumer and how do you overcome that acquisition cost and time of getting someone to download Phantom and fund it and swap it over to USDC and all that kind of stuff. It's a lot of steps today.Vibhu Norby (12:00):The two areas I think that are interesting, one is merch, and I have to talk about that, but I think every NFT community should be thinking very hard about what experiences they can build that represent and amplify their brand and their ethos.Vibhu Norby (12:14):If the first month of the store taught us anything, it was that there's an intense passion for these projects and I would love to see that problem space explored. In the Embassy, we have a Degenerate Ape Cafe, and it's an NFT coffee shop. We'll serve you hot coffee. It's all a roast made by a community member and it's got the monolith designer coffee bags and-Brian Friel (12:35):Nice.Vibhu Norby (12:35):... it's designed out of crates. And we have these cool branded cups. I don't know if this made it into production, but at the bottom of the cup there was going to be a QR code that you could scan and get a proof of caffeine NFT.Brian Friel (12:47):Oh, that's a cool little Easter egg. Yeah, finish your drink and get that.Vibhu Norby (12:50):It kind of starts that way, but then you can imagine that maybe you can take your proof of caffeine badge and next time you come back you get a discount on it. So you start to build the rails of loyalty. I was sitting there waiting for NFT collections to break into IRO experiences, but at this point, we're just going to build all of them for the Solana community. Whatever they want to build, IRL, they need to come talk to us because we are very much interested in setting examples for what this space will look like in the future.Brian Friel (13:19):So thinking five to 10 years out, I know that's a really big ask in crypto, but how do you see these two worlds converging? Right now, I'd say that most of crypto culture lives on Twitter and you guys are making really big inroads into the retail space. Do you see you guys really catalyzing that and most projects going through you? Do you see individual NFT collections spinning up their own entities to handle in real life venues? How do you see about five, 10 years out in the retail space playing out?Vibhu Norby (13:48):I'm going to confess, I'm pretty much a token MAXI. And I don't think it's a stretch to say that every IRL business in... Five or 10 years is way too short. But if you fast forward it a hundred years, I think every IRL business, every fashion brand that matters, every coffee shop, it will have started digitally and we'll start with digital assets. Why not five to 10 years? Because everything physically just takes forever to be disrupted. It's just not even possible to move that fast. But over a long period of time, I do think that it's inevitable. The reason being, that every talented creative person on earth right now is either exploring NFTs, creating them, dabbling in them, and maybe it can extend to not just NFTs, but I think NFTs and token AMEX and all of the kind of interesting combinations of those things. Crypto is an incredible creative sandbox for entrepreneurs. And it's also the most accessible way for entrepreneurs to get started. The composability of the ecosystem and the tooling.Vibhu Norby (14:50):Great entrepreneurs are attracted to things that are accessible because it's so hard to build a business in the first place, that if someone else is out there offering a tool that makes life easy or makes it easier to monetize, they're going to find it. So you're seeing it right now. I think digital art... What's happening right now with NFTs on Solana is a historical thing. It is mind blowing how many NFTs are minted every day on Solana. It's actually crazy. And that's coming from still a very small audience. We're at a hundred-thousand plus a day. I think there was a day the other week that was like 300K in a single day. So not a stretch of the imagination to say that the next great coffee entrepreneur, the next great fashion designer, the next great retail entrepreneur, is going to start with an NFT collection, with digital art, with digital assets.Vibhu Norby (15:40):And what happens when you have a sandbox that's accessible to the greatest entrepreneurs, things are going to come out of that that are incredibly disruptive. Of course the hit rate will be very small, but there aren't that many massive businesses in the world. And so I think it's pretty likely that we're going to start seeing crypto companies picking off certain use cases and industries, obviously creating new ones as well. And you're going to see this fastest in the things that are most simple on the sensory side, that's why I think art. Art has already been massively disruptive. I've dabbled in traditional art collecting and that whole world has been turned over in the last two years completely. And to me, it makes sense that that was the first thing to go because I think from a form perspective, it's the simplest to represent digitally. I think the latest adopting things will be hard physical assets, things like commercial office buildings in real estate, these things are very, very difficult to bring on chain, but it will happen and there are smart entrepreneurs working on it today.Vibhu Norby (16:42):So I think if you think five to 10 years... Maybe it will happen faster than we think. But the whole tree of ideas around IRL is going to be explored in that time period. The question is just, how long does it take for those things to become very meaningful and very large. I think that's a much longer process. Starbucks was in obscurity for 20 years before they figured out the formula for scaling. So maybe Solana Spaces, is that right? You never know over a long enough period of time. But I just think that the greatest creatives are working in crypto. So I'm just very excited to see what kinds of ideas these people create and how we can support them.Brian Friel (17:17):That's awesome. Yeah, this is a very exciting future you paint. And you say you are a Token MAXI. I'm curious though, do you have any contrarian views on the current state of crypto?Vibhu Norby (17:27):Yes.Brian Friel (17:28):Do you have anything in particular that you think the space should be focusing on that it's not?Vibhu Norby (17:33):How many people do I want to offend?Brian Friel (17:37):I'd say go big.Vibhu Norby (17:38):This is going to piss everybody off that listens to this show, but so be it. I think token going up and going down is very bad. I think if Solana... We never talk about price by the way. We never talk about it as an investment vehicle and I very much think that that's caused a lot of problems. But I think if Solana never changed where it was, I think if it became a USDC level of stability, this would be the greatest boon for the ecosystem. Because I think that you have within every interesting crypto project, it's flooded with speculation from the very get go, and these teams get obsessed with the price instead of the experience. And in the earliest days of a company, you just want the founders to be obsessively focused on the product and just making the product really good.Vibhu Norby (18:21):And I've seen a lot of communities, they won't say it necessarily, but I think I've seen a lot of projects get focused on how these things perform as an investment, not just as a product experience. So stability in this arena would be very good. People will be mad at that because obviously everyone wants the tokens to go up, but the best companies will be built when the founders are able to focus on building great things only. So that's one thought there.Vibhu Norby (18:45):I think some of the ideas we've shared around fashion are kind of contrarian. I think it's the next thing to go. I think after art, because the fashion world effectively was built for NFTs. You have limited supply items, you have great design wins, you have provenance, you have intense loyalty and identity formed around fashion products, products from runway level stuff to the things that make into Macy's. You see the same thing with collections. They do collection one, becomes very expensive, they do collection two, they do collection three, and it becomes more accessible over time. That's basically how the fashion world works.Vibhu Norby (19:19):And we tweeted recently that fashion designers today, they don't go to the fabric store and select fabrics and then go home and put them in front of a sewing machine. They open up Blender, they open up 3D modeling software and build the fashion that way. So by default, the fashion world is already moving to a 3D and digitally native format. Definitely in the next five or 10 years, that category is going to be completely disrupted by NFTs. What I see and what the ecosystem talks about as merch, this is not merch, this is actually about modern fashion and it's about people connecting with the things that they own in a deeper sense. And so crypto merch is going to take over the world. Merch is how a hundred, 200 million people are going to find out about Web3. And we're not going to call it merch, it's just going to be fashion. I really believe that and I'm seeing that on the ground level in the store every day to be honest.Brian Friel (20:12):That's super cool. One last question we ask all our guests. You paint a great picture here of the future blending in real life experiences with crypto, how crypto and entities are taking over the art scene and then soon to be fashion. But looking ahead, I guess one last question we ask everyone is, who is a builder that you admire in the Salona ecosystem?Vibhu Norby (20:33):I don't know if this is a unique answer, I'm going to give you two people that are totally different ends of the spectrum. One is. I'm obsessed with Frank DeGods.Brian Friel (20:41):DeGods. Yeah.Vibhu Norby (20:42):I just don't think there's another person like him, like another entrepreneur out there like him. He's just a unique marketing machine that the world has never seen before. He basically broke the Twitter algorithm for millions of people for two weeks straight. And it's not unintentional. He's maniacal about understanding how people are going to react to things. And I know he's been taking a break recently, but I'm definitely a Frank Maxi. I don't own DeGods by the way. I don't have any financial interest in it. I just think that he's an awesome builder. I wish more people in crypto would be thinking about marketing the way he is because it is making a real impact. His fervor single handedly brought over so many people for me to take a look at Solana.Brian Friel (21:25):The y00t list has passed, so we know this is a genuine recommendation. There's nothing at stake here.Vibhu Norby (21:31):No, no, nothing at stake. No y00t list. And then number two is Akshay BD from Superteam.Brian Friel (21:37):Yeah, Superteam.Vibhu Norby (21:38):He's brilliant, but I don't think anybody else thinks like him. I've been observing how he's building Superteam Dow and very closely because, well I can't really share why I'm looking at that, but they are building the first truly decentralized entity. Every detail of how they built that company is just different from a typical company. To how you get employed, how they pay people, where the people are, I think is a much bigger deal than they get credit for. I'll give an example, they just launched this product called Earn the other day, and I posted a bounty on there and I swear, I had 25 people who just did the work and sent it to me without even asking. That's pretty dope. And I'm a big fan of his. He knows that.Brian Friel (22:19):Yeah, we saw something similar. Just to plug that if it's further. When I was first getting started on Solana, we started this Solana cookbook to help engineers share resources and Superteam Dow just took that and ran with it. And I'd say most of the heavy contributors were tied into that in some way. And it's really cool to see them organizing and leveling up the whole space. I couldn't agree more.Vibhu Norby (22:37):Both he and Frank, they're both cult leaders of different flavors. Akshay much more understated but true visionary, and Frank, completely the opposite. More obviously cult leader. But yeah, thanks for the question.Brian Friel (22:50):Yeah, that's awesome. Well Vibhu, this has been an awesome discussion. Really appreciate you taking the time to jump on, share your background and also your vision for the future of crypto and in real life experiences. If people want to learn more about Solana Spaces, where can they go?Vibhu Norby (23:04):You already know, at Solana Spaces on Twitter. It's the best Twitter account in Solana, if I do say so myself.Brian Friel (23:10):Beautiful. Yeah, I actually spent more than I'd like to share on Sunday trying to figure out your seed phrase like crossword puzzle. That was awesome that you guys did.Vibhu Norby (23:18):We do it every week. I have another one dropping this Sunday. I have another one dropping Sunday after. We're going to do a crossword pretty soon. Yeah, Sunday puzzles.Brian Friel (23:26):Super cool. Well keep us posted on when you guys are opening a store on the west coast. I'm pretty jealous of all our east coast friends who get to do what you're doing. But thanks for coming on. Definitely want to have you back at some point.Vibhu Norby (23:36):Thanks Brian.
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This week, Linux Out Loud chats about content creation going open source. Welcome to episode 32 of Linux Out Loud. We fired up our mics, connected those headphones as we searched the community for themes to expound upon. We kept the banter friendly, the conversation somewhat on topic, and had fun doing it. 00:00:00 Introduction 00:01:47 Portable Monitor 00:07:13 Backup Phone 00:16:41 Maybe Fixed 00:29:52 Funding Funday 00:48:53 Coop "Remodel" 00:56:58 Pi Build Hat 01:06:38 Close Join in the chat on the Discourse forum here: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/funding-funday-linux-out-loud-32/5498 Wendy - Raspberry Pi Build Hat - https://www.raspberrypi.com/products/build-hat/ - Battery Pack - https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/pi-go-x-ways-powering-raspberry-pi-portable-projects/ - Spike Prime parts - https://education.lego.com/en-us/shop/all?productLines=SPIKE%E2%84%A2+Prime+Set Matt - Blu Bold N2 - https://www.gsmarena.com/bluboldn2-11757.php - Game of the Week - The Journeyman Project 1-3 - https://www.gog.com/game/journeymanproject1pegasusprimethe - https://www.gog.com/game/journeymanproject2 - https://www.gog.com/en/game/journeymanproject_3 Our sponsors: - Digital Ocean - http://do.co/tux2022 - Bitwarden - http://bitwarden.com/tux Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattGameSphere) Wendy (Mastodon @WendyDLN) Nate (Website CubicleNate.com)
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Our featured interview tonight is with pipe maker Jason Patrick. Jason is from the Chicago area, and he started making pipes in 2019. Some of his earliest memories are of his grandfather smoking a pipe. He started pipe smoking in his early 20's, and soon decided that he wanted to make them. He started with standard shapes, and then branched out into Danish-style freehand designs. He likes to listen to our show while kayaking. In Pipe Parts, we will have an Ask the Tobacco Blender segment with Jeremy Reeves. Jeremy is the Head Blender at Cornell & Diehl, which is one of the most popular boutique pipe tobacco companies in the USA.
In this episode, Anna (https://twitter.com/annarrose) explores the topic of the recent OFAC sanctions against Tornado Cash with 2 interviews: One is with TuongVy Le (https://twitter.com/TuongvyLe12), Head of Regulatory and Policy at Bain Capital Crypto (https://twitter.com/baincapcrypto), who previously worked at the SEC and the other is with Michael Mosier (https://twitter.com/M_Mosier_), General Council at Espresso Systems (https://twitter.com/EspressoSys), who used to work at the Treasury, within FinCen and at OFAC itself. For some context: On August 8th 2022, OFAC, a US government department issued sanctions against Tornado Cash, a privacy protocol that uses zero knowledge proofs to provide on-chain privacy. It was the first time that OFAC had sanctioned a set of smart contracts and a decentralized entity for which there's no clear ownership. This is an event which has had a ripple effect throughout the zk ecosystem and will be the topic explored in a series with different members of the community. In these two initial interviews, Anna explores what actually happened legally, what a sanction is, what kind of a tool is this, why it may have been issued and what problem arose from the way it was issued and how this might impact future understanding of zero knowledge tech through a legal lens. _NOTE: Since our recording OFAC has released an FAQ to clarify some of the legal questions raised in our interviews: https://home.treasury.gov/taxonomy/term/1546 _ Here are some additional links for this episode: * Episode 111: Mixers with Tornado.cash (https://zeroknowledge.fm/111-2/) * Episode 166: Coin Center's Peter Van Valkenburgh on regulation (https://zeroknowledge.fm/166-2/) * Episode 191: ZKPs & the Dichotomy of Privacy vs Transparency with Josh & Jill (https://zeroknowledge.fm/191-2/) * Chainanalysis: Crypto Mixer Usage Reaches All-time Highs in 2022, With Nation State Actors and Cybercriminals Contributing Significant Volume (https://blog.chainalysis.com/reports/crypto-mixer-criminal-volume-2022/) * Circle and Coinbase Restrict Movement of USDC Funds From Tornado Cash Addresses Following Sanctions (https://crypto.news/circle-and-coinbase-restrict-movement-of-usdc-funds-from-tornado-cash-addresses-following-sanctions/) * Rep. Emmer demands an explanation of OFAC's Tornado Cash sanction from Sec. Yellen (https://cointelegraph.com/news/rep-emmer-demands-an-explanation-of-ofac-s-tornado-cash-sanction-from-sec-yellen) * What is OFAC? (https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/office-of-foreign-assets-control-sanctions-programs-and-information) * OFAC Press Release on Tornado Cash (https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy0916) * OFAC Identifies Associated Digital Currency Addresses for the First Time (https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm556) * Treasury Sanctions Russia-Based Hydra (https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy0701) * Blender.io Sanctions (https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy0768#:~:text=WASHINGTON%20%E2%80%93%20Today%2C%20the%20U.S.%20Department,laundering%20of%20stolen%20virtual%20currency.) * The Bank Secrecy Act (https://www.fincen.gov/resources/statutes-and-regulations/bank-secrecy-act) * 311 Patriot Act (https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/terrorism-and-illicit-finance/311-actions) * FinCEN: Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (https://www.fincen.gov/) * Application of FinCEN's Regulations to Certain Business Models Involving Convertible Virtual Currencies (https://www.fincen.gov/sites/default/files/2019-05/FinCEN%20Guidance%20CVC%20FINAL%20508.pdf) ZK Whiteboard Sessions (https://zkhack.dev/whiteboard/) – as part of ZK Hack and powered by Polygon – a new series of educational videos that will help you get onboarded into the concepts and terms that we talk about on the ZK front. ZK Jobs Board (https://jobsboard.zeroknowledge.fm/) has a fresh batch of open roles from ZK-focused projects. Find your next opportunity working in ZK! Today's episode is sponsored by Polygon (https://polygon.technology/). Introducing Polygon zkEVM. Polygon's vision for zkEVM is simple: developers can deploy any Ethereum smart contract to a Layer 2 and benefit from the scaling power of ZK proofs. Public testnet is coming soon! If you'd like to learn more about Polygon zkEVM and stay updated on the latest - fill out the form here. (https://polygon.technology/buildonzkevm) If you like what we do: * Find all our links here! @ZeroKnowledge | Linktree (https://linktr.ee/zeroknowledge) * Subscribe to our podcast newsletter (https://zeroknowledge.substack.com) * Follow us on Twitter @zeroknowledgefm (https://twitter.com/zeroknowledgefm) * Join us on Telegram (https://zeroknowledge.fm/telegram) * Catch us on Youtube (https://zeroknowledge.fm/) * Head to the ZK Community Forum (https://community.zeroknowledge.fm/) * Support our Gitcoin Grant (https://zeroknowledge.fm/gitcoin-grant-329-zkp-2)
Our 100th episode! To help us celebrate this milestone, Skip and Jason are joined this week by friends of the show Nels Cline (Wilco), Barry Grzebik (Grez Guitars), Jesse Quitslund (Acme), Steve Melkisethian (Angela Instruments), and Colleen Fazio (Fazio Electric). We tackle a few amp questions, get the first-ever ambient remix of our podcast, catch up, and announce the winners of our 100th episode giveaways. This week's episode is sponsored by Calton Cases, Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. You can also use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% off your Izotope purchase. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Some of the topics discussed this week: 4:48 'California Burning' book (Amazon link) 7:05 Special guest: Nels Cline: Daybreak Seaweed Flakes (link) 8:26 Our TAVA 100 Giveaways: A Grez Mendocino Junior; a Skip-modded SF Fender champ; a Madsen Amplification GE Boost (use the discount code TAVA 20 at madsenamps.com); a FirstCoast Amplification-modified Masco-turned-5F2A Princeton (FirstCoast's Reverb store); Eric Daw's new book 'Solid Sound: 23 Schematics for Wiring Vintage and Modern Single-Coil, Solid-Body Guitars' (order link) 11:01 Special guest: Barry from Grez Guitars 11:23 Special guest: Jesse Quitslund (Acmeverb.com) 17:55 Special guest: Steve Melkisethian (Angela Instruments), a rough tomato season, the Angela SSE amp project 21:52 Special guest: Colleen Fazio (fazioelectric.com) 26:35 Marty from the Oregon Coast 28:05 Carlsbro amps, haunted amps 33:38 What does a wattage rating really mean? 38:29 Derek the Cruise Ship Guy's ambient TAVA remix; increasing the tremolo on old Fender amps, pulling the tremolo pre-amp tube to increase gain, McGohan PA amps 48:14 Building the Angela SSE amp (link to the catalog/schematic) 53:35 Favorite speakers for black panel Fenders, Colleen's test cabinet 56:26 A philosophical question: What if the modded vintage amp you bought was modded by a genius?; homemade hot sauce, mica caps, replacement Fender Silverface pilot light washers 1:07:19 The amp that Barry at Grez puts all his guitars through 1:09:06 Was the Vox AC-30 circuit inspired by a Gibson design? EL34s in early AC-30s 1:12:19 Music recommendation: Billy Jack Wills' Crazy Man Crazy (YouTube link), Bob Wills' 1941 Martin D-45 (catch Jason in this Emerald City Guitars' YouTube video) 1:13:54 How to tell a tube's origin from its appearance? 1:18:06 Thoughts on putting a vintage transformer in a Champ kit; single-ended Hammond output transformers (125 BSE, ESE, etc); 5932 tubes 1:33:52 TAVA's most boring or brilliant moments; laptop-to-tube-amp connections (speaker-driven line out from a headphone jack?) 1:36:22 The differences found in top boost and bright switches 1:39:22 The Coriolis effect on electrons in a pre-amp tube in the Southern hemisphere, the Goldentone amp book (link) 1:40:51 Grid leak bias amps and giving an amp more headroom 1:46:57 Barry describes the Grez Mendocino Junior that we're giving away 1:48:08 Special guest Nels Cline joins us, again! Nels' touring amp with Wilco, eating on the road, Standels, hot sauce, and more 2:00:39 Homemade coconut rice; Hank Mobley's 'Roll Call' or 'Soul Station;' Dexter Gordon; Wynton Kelly's Piano with Kenny Burrell; the best progression for a Champ clone to a Filmosound; 'Norman Blake/Tut Taylor/Sam Bush/Butch Robins/Vassar Clements/David Holland/Jethro Burns'; Fripp & Eno; Bill Evans' 'Live at the Village Vanguard' 2:08:23 More advice for those wanting to build a Champ 2:10:15 Adding a speaker jack to a Tweed Champ; balanced power? homemade hot sauce 2:13:53 One last "giveaway" Submit your amp questions, recipes and life hacks to the podcast via firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to share the show with friends on social media.
Jerry Brito, executive director of Coin Center, talks about Tornado Cash, why it was sanctioned, and what this means for privacy in crypto. Show highlights: what Blender.io is and how it relates to Tornado Cash how hackers have used Tornado Cash to launder money whether the Office of Foreign Assets Control made a mistake, according to Jerry how Americans were affected by the sanctions why Jerry believes OFAC should have done an analysis to estimate how many people would be impacted by its decision whether the sanctions should have been aimed at North Koren wallets and not the protocol whether the sanctions are unconstitutional and whether Coin Center will litigate this how Jerry believes Circle freezing USDC complicated everything what the famous people who received 0.1 ETH from random accounts via Tornado Cash should do what would happen if someone forked the Tornado Cash code and deployed a copycat smart contract to a new address whether the sanctions signal the beginning of a privacy war on crypto how regulators are applying the same traditional rules with crypto as they use with centralized entities Thank you to our sponsors! 1inch: https://1inch.io/ Crypto.com: https://crypto.onelink.me/J9Lg/unconfirmedcardearnfeb2021 Jerry Twitter: https://twitter.com/jerrybrito Tornado Cash Tornado Cash Sanctioned: https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/08/08/crypto-mixing-service-tornado-cash-blacklisted-by-us-treasury/ Coin Center's article authored by Jerry Brito and Peter Van Valkenburgh: https://www.coincenter.org/u-s-treasury-sanction-of-privacy-tools-places-sweeping-restrictions-on-all-americans/ Circle freezes USDC in sanctioned wallets: https://www.theblock.co/post/162172/circle-freezes-usdc-funds-in-tornado-cashs-us-treasury-sanctioned-wallets Crypto exchange dYdX blocked accounts that received funds from Tornado Cash: https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/08/11/crypto-exchange-dydx-blocked-accounts-that-received-even-small-amounts-from-tornado-cash/ The possibility of forking Tornado Cash: https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2022/08/10/cloning-tornado-cash-would-be-easy-but-risky/ What the sanctions mean for privacy coins: https://www.coindesk.com/layer2/2022/08/09/what-the-tornado-cash-sanction-means-for-privacy-coins/ Tornado Cash laundered $1.5 billion, according to Elliptic: https://hub.elliptic.co/analysis/tornado-cash-mixer-sanctioned-after-laundering-over-1-5-billion/ Celebrities get Dusted: https://decrypt.co/es/107090/tornado-cash-dusts-public-wallets-jimmy-fallon-brian-armstrong-steve-aoki-logan-paul Hacks linked to Tornado Cash Ronin: https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/15/ronin-hack-north-korea-linked-to-615-million-crypto-heist-us-says.html Harmony: https://decrypt.co/104138/north-korean-attackers-behind-100m-harmony-hack-report Crypto.com: https://www.wired.com/story/crypto-hack-nso-group-security-news/ Nomad: https://decrypt.co/106459/crypto-bridge-nomad-exploited-190m-frenzied-free-for-all Previous Coverage of Unchained: Will the Nomad Mass Looting Change How Law Enforcement Treats DeFi Hacks?: https://unchainedpodcast.com/will-the-nomad-mass-looting-change-how-law-enforcement-treats-defi-hacks-ep-382/