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Host Nono Martínez Alonso and Aziz Barbar on non-fungible tokens (NFTs), blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and digital art. Listen to this episode to learn about non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Note that cryptocurrencies and stock options are highly volatile markets, and you shouldn't make financial decisions based on this episode. Nono hosts the Getting Simple podcast, sketches things that call his attention, writes stories about enjoying a slower life, and records live streams and tutorials on creative coding and machine intelligence. Aziz is an architect and design technologist. He occasionally teaches design courses on computation and the built environment. Favorite quotes 'Beeple is looking at his whole body of work as it's presented on Instagram as a kind of Duchampian readymade' —Noah Davis Links Beeple (@beeple_crap) Christie's Foundation.app - “We're bringing digital creators, crypto natives, and collectors together to move culture forward." R//Motherboard by @maxwellstep Nifty Gateway - Owned by Gemini (Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss) Ethereum “Minting” and “Gas” “Drops” MetaMask Metapurse WalletConnect Beeple: A Visionary Digital Artist at the Forefront of NFTs Jack Dorsey sells his first tweet ever as an NFT for over $2.9 million Vignesh Sundaresan, known as MetaKovan, on paying $69 million for Beeple NFT Cardano Zcash People mentioned Mike Winkelmann @beeple_crap Vignesh Sundaresan @MetaKovan Vitalik Buterin Outline Getting familiar with NFTs. [01:55] The cultural significance of NFTs. [05:22] The $69 million dollar auction that exploded the NFT world. [08:35] NFTs allow for a much clearer history of ownership. [11:44] There are thousands of cryptocurrencies that operate in different ways. [13:54] NFTs are created inside the Ethereum chain. [14:44] Privacy in the blockchain. [16:34] Minting an artwork costs money. [18:23] The environmental impact of crypto transactions. [21:05] Artists make limited drops to build hype around their work. [22:22] Moving from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake. [23:42] Have you bought an NFT yet? [26:02] You're not going to create value out of thin air. [28:04] Wrapping up. [29:41] Submit a question about this or previous episodes. I'd love to hear from you. Join the Discord community. Meet other curious minds. If you enjoy the show, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds and really helps. Show notes, transcripts, and past episodes at gettingsimple.com/podcast. The cover image is a derivative from Imaginibus' picture of a museum frame. Follow Nono Twitter.com/nonoesp Instagram.com/nonoesp Facebook.com/nonomartinezalonso YouTube.com/nonomartinezalonso
In this exciting episode of Beers & Bytes we are joined by Corey Nachreiner, Chief Security Officer for WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. Corey has been on the frontline of cyber security for 16 years, and for nearly a decade has been evaluating and making accurate predictions about information security trends. Beverages:Unholy - https://coppertailbrewing.com/unholyLiquid Escape - https://virginiabeerco.com/Guinness Draught Stout - https://guinness.com/Cheers Mothafuckas 3 - https://localcraftbeer.net/Luponic Distortion - https://www.firestonebeer.com/beer/luponic-distortion-19/Hazy Little Thing - https://sierranevada.com/beer/hazy-little-thing-ipa/More Information:Watchguard - https://www.watchguard.com/Beers & Bytes - https://beersandbytespodcast.comFortify 24x7 - https://fortify24x7.comFluency Security - https://fluencysecurity.comSupport the show (https://beersandbytespodcast.com)
Midway through the month, I will post a brief podcast about a single individual interred or inurned at West Laurel Hill Cemetery. This is in addition to "All Bones Considered: Laurel Hill Stories" in the last week of the month. Alan Calvert was a Philadelphia body-builder who found that available equipment did not meet his needs, so he invented what we now recognize as the modern bar-bell and the science of progressive resistance. His invention has now become a standard around the world.
The iPhone101 Series is growing and now we are adding Quick Bytes to the ever growing series. In this Quick Byte we have 3 quick demos broking into Chapters: Searching in Settings. 00:43 Back Tap – Double and Triple Tap. 02:16 Key Clicks, Lock Sound, System Haptics. 05:12 Searching in Settings. Settings Search Text Field You can search for a topic when you open Settings and type in your query and with the results populating just below, single finger swipe to the right and choose from the options. Let's search for Back Tap from the settings search box. Type in Back Tap, single finger swipe to the right and single finger double tap on Back Tap. Note: You can dictate your search query using Siri as well. While in the Search field, two finger double tap and after the beep, say, Back Tap.” you can single-finger swipe left to right and find the search results just below the search field. Searching from the Settings page allows you to explore quickly and is an easy way to discover more settings options and solutions you may have been looking for. Setting Up Back Tap By tapping the back side of your iPhone with a double tap or a triple tap, you can assign gestures, shortcuts and commands to operate instantaneously. Note: setting down your device can initiate the back tap gesture inadvertently. Myth Buster Alert: The back tap gestures will work through a case. Double Tap Back Tap Settings Accessibility Touch Back Tap Double Tap Triple Tap Back Tap Settings Accessibility Touch Back Tap Triple Tap Turning on Lock Sounds, Keyboard Clicks and System Haptics. Do you like to know that your iPhone locked by hearing a sound of a lock closing? Have you heard the Keyboard Clicks while typing? Is your iPhone vibrating a bit too much when getting feedback? You can toggle these settings on or off and choose what suits you best. Settings Sounds and Haptics Keyboard Clicks Lock Sound System Haptics Contact Your State Services If you reside in Minnesota, and you would like to know more about Transition Services from State Services contact Transition Coordinator Sheila Koenig by email or contact her via phone at 651-539-2361. Contact: You can follow us on Twitter @BlindAbilities On the web at www.BlindAbilities.com Send us an email Get the Free Blind Abilities App on the App Storeand Google Play Store. Give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-9063 we would love to hear from you! Check out the Blind Abilities Communityon Facebook, the Blind Abilities Page, and the Career Resources for the Blind and Visually Impaired group
How confident are you that Florida will beat LSU? What is the conversation like right now between Dan Mullen, Emory Jones and Anthony Richardson. Gator Bytes with Denny and Hacker is brought to you by Southeast Orthopedic Specialists, visit se-ortho.com.
With the Marlins' 2021 season more than a week removed from its conclusion, beat writer Jordan McPherson takes a look at five telling stats from the season that could play a role in the team's offseason plans. Plus an update from the Marlins' prospect development camp and a preview of the Arizona Fall League. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben Maller talks about what will happen to the money meant for Jon Gruden in his Raiders contract now that he has been forced to resign, Cite the Byte, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
It's not easy to bring gaming technologies into the enterprise. From hardware limitations to unreasonable expectations, it's challenging to bring game like learning simulations to the corporate world. Anne Lise Waal has been doing just that at Attensi, and in this episode she shares her experiences in aligning designers, copy writers and developers, managing feature creep, prioritizing an ever changing backlog and managing technical debt.
Arif Hasan (@ArifHasanNFL) from the Athletic joins the show to discuss the Minnesota Vikings and their peculiar 1-3 season thus far. Along with Ryan and Jeremy they break down all there is about the Vikings ahead of the matchup against the Detroit Lions and get you ready for gametime! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Following the recent announcement of Portworx Data Services(PDS), meet up with the two Puritans behind the new Kubernetes Bytes podcast. Technical Marketers Bhavin Shah and Ryan Wallner are the talented hosts of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, which features current cloud native news and industry experts that highlight the challenges managing the wealth of data in today's cloud-native ecosystems. In this episode, we look back at the origin of containers technologies and why Kubernetes has become the most popular. We also discuss the Portworx Data Services announcement, K8s storage challenges, and common questions that customers and users are asking about leveraging containers in production today. To check out the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, go to: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kubernetes-bytes/id1580068566
The Miami Marlins' season has come to an end, a disappointing year ending with a 67-95 record. Jordan McPherson and Andre C. Fernandez recap the year that was, take a glimpse at what the offseason might have in store and make their predictions for the MLB playoffs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us as we talk to Jessica Lachs, VP, Analytics and Data Science at DoorDash, everyone's favorite food delivery app. In this episode, we dive into how data and technology are transforming the food delivery and restaurant industry, the role of data in solving optimization problems that arise from three-sided marketplaces, the steps involved in scaling operations at a startup, data-driven decision making, data analytics, data science, how to switch careers or enter a new industry and more! DoorDash was founded in 2013 by Tony Xu, Andy Fang, Stanley Tang and Evan Moore with a simple mission: to enable every merchant to deliver. The group of Stanford grads emerged triumphant from an industry that continues to become more competitive with a successful IPO last year. So, to what do they owe their success? Was it an industry analysis of the century using Porter's Five Forces or an exquisite blue ocean strategy? But seriously...what are they teaching over there? Asking for a friend *cough, Wharton, cough*. While there's no sole answer as to why companies succeed or fail, could the key to DoorDash's success be data? DoorDash's three-sided marketplace brings consumers, restaurants and dashers together on one platform to gather enough data to make Zuckerberg reel with excitement and jealousy at the same time. But when you're knee deep in data, how do you interpret it, action it and use it to help differentiate from the competition? Well, that's where data experts like Jessica come in! So come join the data revolution and tune in to learn more about what it really means to have a data-driven mindset. Read more about Jessica here: https://whartontechtoks.medium.com/
Blind Abilities is committed to meeting your needs as a listener and a dedicated iDevice user. as a part of our effort to do so, we are fine-tuning our focus on our iPhone 101 series towards addressing real life situations in which you might apply some of the features and techniques we present. We want to help you understand how we might use them in our day to day routines, in hopes that you too will be able to enhance your iPhone or iPad experiences. We are presenting a new series and some mini-series as we travel this journey with you. Jeff just released the iPhone101 QuickBytes series which presents "Byte-sized" features to help you better use your iDevice, and now Pete brings you a new mini-series called “"Getting Your Home Screens Organized." This series will address a few simple but overlooked actions including moving apps, hiding screens and utilizing the App Library. We hope this will allow you to become better organized, help you locate your important apps, set aside those which you don't access as often, and work more quickly and productively. In Part 1 of this mini-series, Pete delves into how to move apps from one location to another on the same screen, from one screen to another, into and out of folders, and how to rename a folder. Buckle-in for this short, fast and informative trip through the process of rearranging apps and beginning the process of organizing your Hone Screens. There are a lot of quick gestures, flicks right and left, and up and down, so enjoy and here are some tips when operating in edit mode: Enter editing mode on your home screen. Flick up and double tap when you hear edit mode. Leave edit mode – from the bottom of the screen, single finger slide up and note that after 10 seconds of inactivity, edit you will leave edit mode. edit mode. Flicking up or down will need to be followed by a single finger double tap to enter that action. Just like when you entered edit mode. Note: Be sure that you can edit apps on home screen by going to Settings, Accessibility, Voiceover, and then Rotor Actions, single finger double tap and toggle on the edit apps on home screen option. Contact Your State Services If you reside in Minnesota, and you would like to know more about Transition Services from State Services contact Transition Coordinator Sheila Koenig by email or contact her via phone at 651-539-2361. Contact: You can follow us on Twitter @BlindAbilities On the web at www.BlindAbilities.com Send us an email Get the Free Blind Abilities App on the App Storeand Google Play Store. Give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-9063 we would love to hear from you! Check out the Blind Abilities Communityon Facebook, the Blind Abilities Page, and the Career Resources for the Blind and Visually Impaired group
In this byte-sized episode, social entrepreneur and international journalist Jensine Larson tells how she founded World Pulse-an online platform dedicated to connecting women and children across the globe-hear how, in the middle of the Amazon, this miracle idea came to her.
Playlist Chamberlin Rhythmate Two Times The Trauma, “Freak Show” from I Fell In Love With An Ocean (2006 Starfly). There is an original Chamberlin Rhythmate at Roth Händle Studios in Stockholm, plus some other precious vintage equipment used in the making of the first album by Two Times The Trauma. Double Bass, Vocals, Magnus Eugensson; Drums, Percussion, Optigan, Mellotron, Tin Whistle, Turntables, Chamberlin Rhythmate, Mattias Olsson; Electric Guitar, Eric Fallope; Mellotron, Orchestron, Tobias Ljungkvist; Tuba, Fredrik Wennström; Vocals, Cecilia Åhlfeldt; Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mattias Eriksson; Xylophone, Daniel Kåse. Recorded at Roth Händle Studios 3 & 4, Stockholm. Mellotron bee tape set used with kind permission from Gaby Stenberg. Yamaha GX-1 used with kind permission from Benny Andersson. Orchestron French Horn disc on 'In Your Eyes' used thanks to Zac Rae. All Optigan, Mellotron and Chamberlin Rhythmate service and maintenance was performed way beyond the call of duty by Markus Resch. Wurlitizer Side Man and Swingin' Rhythm LCD Sound System, “Somebody's Calling Me” from This Is Happening (2010 Parlophone). Somebody's Calling Me; Finger Snaps Snaps, Matt Thornley; Finger Snaps Snaps, Synthesizer Casio MT-68, Wurlitzer Sideman, EMS VCS3 Putney, Korg Poly Ensemble, Bass, Piano Acoustic, Keyboards Roland System 100, Vocals, James Murphy; Mixed By, DS; Trombone, Jason Disu; Written-By, J. Murphy. Glenn Derringer, “The Girl From Ipanema” from Wurlitzer Swingin' Rhythm (1968 Wurlitzer). Glenn Derringer at the Wurlitzer electronic organ, demonstrating the Wurlitzer Electronic Swingin' Rhythm attachment with an unspecified Wurlitzer electronic organ. Each track on this demonstration disc explains the Swingin' Rhythm settings that were used. For “The Girl From Ipanema,” the settings were: “Moderate Bossa Nova. The Swingin' Rhythm was set at Latin, tempo control set to 1 o'clock.” What more can I say? Dick Hyman, “Strobo” from the single Strobo/Lay, Lady, Lay (1969 Command). Dick told me about this track, which was one of his Moog experiments that didn't make it onto his two albums around this time. Normally, he produced his Moog tracks with the help of synthesizer programmer Walter Sear. But in the case of this single, he did all the programming. For “Strobo,” he used a drum machine. It sounds like a Swingin' Rhythm. Jean-Pierre Sabar, “Fool on the Hill” from Super-Danse/Les Orgues Électroniques De Jean Pierre Sabar (1969 Sava). French LP of instrumental cover versions of popular music, all played on the Wurlitzer 4300 electronic organ with integrated Multi-Matic Percussion unit and Swingin' Rhythm, which was also sold as a standalone drum machine. In this case, I'm having a little trouble telling the difference between the drum machine and what sometimes sounds like a drum set with bass and toms. The settings on the organ indicate that the pedals can be used to play “drum” and “cymbal” sounds, and the Swingin' Rhythm unit had buttons for drum, brush, snare, block, and cymbal. Still, I can't account for the tambourine sound but so much of this rhythm section sounds like a drum machine repeating sounds robotically that I must assume that this is a combination of live drummer and drum machine. Jerry Styner And Larry Brown, “Dock of the Bay” from Orbit III (1971 Beverly Hills). Album produced to showcase the sounds of the Wurlitzer Orbit III organ, the “orbit” portion being a a third, two-octave keyboard that was a monophonic synthesizer. The instrument was equipped with the latest Wurlitzer rhythm machine built in. On this track, you not only hear sounds of a drum machine that sounds similar to the Wurlitzer Swingin' Rhythm machine introduced in 1969. Although the liner notes suggest that all of the sounds were created using the organ, there appears to be a regular human drummer playing along (probably percussionist and co-producer Larry Brown). I say this because there is a hit hat heard throughout and although Swingin' Rhythm had setting for a Snare, Brush and Cymbal sounds, as fills for the rhythm settings, they really did not reproduce the hit hat sound that is heard here. That and the miscellaneous drum fills added throughout sound more “played” than mechanized. Anyway, that's my take after examining this recording as compared to the actual sounds of the Swingin' Rhythm unit. Thomas Organ Byron Melcher, “Spanish Flea” from The Entertainers (1966 Thomas Organ Co.). Thomas Organ was one of the leading makers of electronic organs for the home. On this track, you can hear the Playmate rhythm component, a drum machine with 15 preset rhythms. The Thomas organ drum machine, circa mid-1960s. Thomas Organ was another maker of electronic organs for the home market. By 1966 they had created the Playmate rhythm component, a drum machine with 15 preset rhythms and a standalone device called the Band Box that had 10 preset rhythms. These were often sold as part of their Color-Glo line of transistorized organs. Color-Glo helped amateur musicians by lighting up the keys for preprogrammed melodies and chords to guide them along. Lowrey Organ Johnny Kemm “Taboo” from Latin Days (1970 Concert Recording). This album was created using the Lowrey Theater Console Deluxe organ model H25R-2 equipped with the built-in Automatic Rhythm drum machine feature. Not Sure Which Drum Machine Robin Gibb, “Mother and Jack” from the single Saved by the Bell/Mother and Jack (1969 Polydor). There was brief period in 1969 when the Brothers Gibb, otherwise known as the Bee Gees, had a sibling riff and Robin went off on his own to record some solo projects while Barry and Maurice completed a two-man Bee Gee album called Cucumber Castle. Perhaps because he was working along, Robin used a drum machine to mark time while recording various tracks and in the case of a few songs, he kept the mechanical rhythm as part of the finished recording. This might be the earliest purposeful use of a drum machine on a pop hit. I include it hear because it is probably a Swingin' Rhythm, although it might also be a Seeburg Select-A-Rhythm, also available at the time. Bruce Haack “Saint Basil” from The Electronic Record For Children (1969 Dimension 5). Tape composition, drum machine, and synthesis by Bruce Haack; Directed by P. Pandel; Performer, The Children Of Holy Trinity Cathedral School. Bruce used an unidentified drum machine on this album of children's music. Roland (Various) Michael Iceberg, “Mexican Hat Dance” from Does It Live: 100th Week At Walt Disney World (1977 Hihomusic). This album was only sold to tourists as a souvenir at Walt Disney World during the Michael Iceberg residency as a performer at Tomorrowland Terrace during the late 70's through the late 80's. Unknown drum machine, but likely a Roland Rhythm TR-55. Miha Kralj, “Apokalipsa” from Andromeda (1980 PGP). Yugoslavian record from synthesist Miha Kralj features a Roland CompuRhythm CR-78. Composer, producer, Synthesizer, Vocoder, Sequencer, Drum Machine, Effects, Miha Kralj. Gary Numan, “Slowcar To China” from Dance (1981 Atco). Bass , Mick Karn; Percussion, Gary Numan, Tim Steggles; Polymoog, Prophet 5, Roland JP 4, CP30, Claptrap, Electronic Drums Roland CR78, Gary Numan; Viola, Chris Payne. The Noyes Brothers, “Byte to Beat” from Sheep From Goats (1980 Object Music). Synthesizer and electronic drums, Solamar. The Noyes Brothers had two members, Steve Miro and Steve Solamar. They were from the UK and Solamar seems to be the only artist on this track and uses an non-specific Roland drum machine. This track is taken from a double LP, the only record I know of for the Noyes Brothers. Comateens, “Ghosts” from Comateens (1981 Cachalot Records). Here is a group who's unofficial fourth member was a Roland Compu-Rhythm CR-78. The inner notes for the album featured profiles of all of the artists, including Lyn Byrd on synthesizers and vocals, Oliver North on guitar and vocals, Nic North on bass, and vocals and the Roland machine, which was described as having a square black head, no body, with red, blue, and yellow buttons. In addition, the notes state that the Roland drum machine was born in Japan and existed as 3,468 separate pieces before assembled and called upon to serve with the Comateens. Joël Fajerman, “Espace – Oiseaux” from Azimuts (1981 PSA). French record by Fajerman featuring a Roland TR 808 Rhythm composer, and instruments such as the Multimoog, Prophet 5, Korg polyphonic 3100, Clavinet D6, ARP sequencer, Oberheim module. SPK (System Planning Korporation), “Emanation Machine R. Gie 1916” from Information Overload Unit (1981 Side Effects). Australian industrial sounds released in the UK. Guitar, Bass, Tape, Vocals, Mike Wilkins; Synthesizer, Roland Drum Programming, Effects, Vocals, Graeme Revell; Synthesizer, Effects, Dominic Guerin. Rüdiger Lorenz, “Out of the Past” from Invisible Voices (1983 Syncord). This late pharmacist/synthesist from Germany played all the instruments on this album, including Korg Polysix, Formant Synthesizer, Roland Vocoder VC 10, Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer, Moog Sample & Hold, MXR Stereo Chorus, Electro-Harmonix Flanger, PPG Sequencer, Elektor Ringmodulator, and Pearl Vorg Echo-Orbit. Other analog drum machines Bob Hacker, “Careless Hands” from One Man Opry: Bob Hacker Plays The Yamaha Electone D (1980 Yamaha). This album, produced by Yamaha, features some of the wacky analog synth effects it could produce as well as its built-in drum machine. This was a spinet style organ, a small upright keyboard with pedals for the home market. Arthur Brown and Kingdom Come, “Time Captives” from Journey (1973 Polydor). Brown used Bentley drum machine to provide drums on this track. The Bentley was actually a UK version of the Roland TR-77 which was the very first product Roland released under they own name. In the US this same unit was sold by Hammond as the Auto-Vari 64. The unit has 5 faders for Volume, Tempo, Cymbal/HH/Maracas, Guiro, Snare, Bass Drum. The TR-77 has 6 faders for Tempo, Fade Time, Volume, Bass D, Snare D, Guiro & Hi-Hat/Cymbal/Maracas. Bass, Percussion, Vocals, Phil Shutt; Bentley Rhythm Ace, Vocals, Arthur Brown; Electric Guitar, Vocals – Andy Dalby; Mellotron, Synthesizer [Arp 2600, Vcs3], Piano, Theremin, Percussion, Vocals, Victor Peraino. Kraftwerk, “Radioactivity” from Kraftwerk – Radio-Activity (1975 Capitol).Electronics, Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter; Lyrics by Emil Schult, Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter; music by Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter; Electronic Percussion Karl Bartos, Wolfgang Flür; Vocals, Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter. Schoolly D, “P.S.K.-What Does It Mean? (instrumental version)” from P.S.K.-What Does It Mean? / Gucci Time (1986 Schooly D Records). A remix of this track that features only the drum sounds of the The Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer. This drum machine was one of the first Roland instruments to be equipped with MIDI, and was the first analog/digital hybrid machine, combining analog circuits for its drums with digital samples for its cymbal and hi-hat sounds. You can hear how Schooly D isolated the cymbals and drums on this track. Pixie Ninja, “Leng Plateau” from Colours Out Of Space (2020 Apollon Records). Another recording using the Chamberlin Rhythmate in the Roth Händle Studio in Stockholm. Roth Händle studios is run by producer and musician Mattias Olsson who collects, restores, and offers vintage musical gear for use by visiting bands. There is so much to listen to here with Pixie Ninja's hard-driving and somewhat deranged mix of vintage, cranky electronic instruments and modern guitars and synthesizers. You can hear the Chamberlin Rhythmmate in this track, a Bandmaster Powerhouse Drum Machine (the one that used 8-track tapes), and an Electro-Harmonix DRM-16 Drum Machine. Godin Shifter 4 Bass, Korg Krome 61, Korg Volca Keys, Korg Monotribe, Nord Lead A1, Glockenspiel, Polar Circle Bells, Kalimba, Marius Leirånes; Drums, Percussion, Mother Modular System, Mellotron M400, Philicorda Organ, Chamberlin Rhythmate, Fender Rhodes, Hohner Clavinet, Blind Typemachine, EMS VCS3, Casio PT-88, Roland JV-8080, Roland SH-101, Electro-Harmonix DRM-16 Drum Machine, Moog Taurus, Korg MS-10, Optigan, Roland VP-330+, Bandmaster Powerhouse Drum Machine, E-Bow (Bass Gizmotron), Jenco Celeste, Grand Piano, Mattias Olsson; Fender Stratocaster, Gretsch G5320T, TC Electronic AEON Infinite Sustainer, Korg Krome 61, Korg microKORG, Nord Lead A1, Arturia Microbrute, Stylophone 350s, Glockenspiel, Jostein Haugen; Rickenbacker 12 String Electric Guitar, Fender Rhodes, Philicorda Organ, Mellotron M400, Hampus Nordgren-Hemlin. Background Sounds Opening: Negativland, “Side 1, Track 3” from Negativland (1980 Seeland). An unidentified drum box is heard throughout this track. It sounds a lot like the Wurlitzer Swingin' Rhythm. Recorded Dec. 1979-April 1980. This privately release album had a hand-made sleeve made of cut-and-paste artwork assembled with xerox, wallpaper, black construction paper, and magazine photos. Beneath these pasted portions, the cover itself is spray painted and stenciled with parts of the band name, as well as hand-numbered. Synthesizer, edited by, voice, tape, David Wills; Tape, Electronics, drum machine rhythms, Booper (an electronic oscillator), Clarinet, Organ, Viola, Loops, Guitar, Mark Hosler, Richard Lyons. Description of previous way of producing drum sounds: George Wright, “Happy Talk” from Goes South Pacific (1958 HiFi Records). George Wright on the Mighty Wurlitzer theater organ, an electronic organ popular in the 1950s. Introductory dialog: Johnny Kemm “I Say a Little Prayer” from Latin Days (1970 Concert Recording). This album was created using the Lowrey Theater Console Deluxe organ model H25R-2 equipped with the built-in Automatic Rhythm drum machine feature. Description of Chamberlin Rhythmate: Audio track demo of the Chamberlin Rhythmate from the YouTube video posted by instrument collector Dan Hicks (aka Peahix), a collector in California. Description of Wurlitzer Side Man: Audio track demo of the Wurlitzer Side Man from the YouTube video posted by instrument collector Dan Hicks (aka Peahix), a collector in California. Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog Noise and Notations.
Ben Maller talks about the latest comments from Bill Belichick leading up to the Patriots matchup with Tom Brady & the Bucs, Cite the Byte, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
What can we do with the Gospel when it comes to tech? What can we do, starting today, to apply the tech to our lives in faith? Today's conversation gives seven steps every family can take that put the Gospel at the center of our tech lives in practical ways, and that will challenge all of us to trust God more in areas of our lives that can be easy to excuse because they're "not that bad". Let this episode encourage you to see God for all He is, and see the amazing hope and opportunity there is in loving God and using tech.
The iPhone101 Series is growing and now we are adding Quick Bytes to the ever growing series. In this Quick Byte we have 3 quick demos broking into Chapters: Battery Health. 00:44 Seeing AI with Siri Shortcut made easy. 03:55 Threading Apple Mail Messages. 06:06 Battery Health: Settings Battery Battery Health Seeing AI with Siri Shortcut made easy Open Seeing AI Menu Settings Siri Shortcuts Mail Message Threading Settings Mail Organize by Thread (on/off) Contact Your State Services If you reside in Minnesota, and you would like to know more about Transition Services from State Services contact Transition Coordinator Sheila Koenig by email or contact her via phone at 651-539-2361. Contact: You can follow us on Twitter @BlindAbilities On the web at www.BlindAbilities.com Send us an email Get the Free Blind Abilities App on the App Storeand Google Play Store. Give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-9063 we would love to hear from you! Check out the Blind Abilities Communityon Facebook, the Blind Abilities Page, and the Career Resources for the Blind and Visually Impaired group
“Señora Jackie” started the Cultural Bytes INTERACTIVE LANGUAGE PROGRAM to make learning Spanish, French and Mandarin for kids fun and engaging. Actively teaching for over 30 years toddlers to college students she finally settled for elementary school students when she started her program in 2010.Starting off with a few schools for enrichment classes and handful locations for camps we grew our program to teach almost 300 kids per year!With the pandemic, we've quickly and successfully adjusted to ONLINE classes in all three languages. And, now we offer ADULT classes, too. Our kids' ages 4-8 learn better in reduced-size classes. All of them absorb so much more in a small and focused environment. In-person camps in the Los Angeles area with less than ten kids vs Live one-on-one Online classes whenever and wherever… it's so hard to choose…A spiral curriculum sprinkled with fun theme-based activities; rich vocabulary and expressive language cleverly infused; using only the target language along with a variety of cultural aspects interwoven with colorful materials and outstanding teachers are just part of our hidden success over the years.You can find out more about Cultural Bytes here. https://cultural-bytes.org/
(Anything *but* surprising ...). Eric and Jon are both excited about the rain, for different reasons. And a lot of "Security Bites (or Bytes)" tonight. A lock screen bypass, how to go passwordless, Facebook being evil in multiple ways, and an Autodiscover credential leak. For fun we have converting light to matter and a very hopeful look at the cost (or incredible, potential lack thereof) of a rapid transition to renewable energy. And a couple of book references along the way. 0:00 - Intro 11:59 - iPhone Lock Screen Bypass 14:03 - Passwordless Microsoft 17:07 - Facebook Blocking Watchdogs 20:33 - Project Amplify 21:36 - Autodiscover Leak 30:50 - Light to Matter 34:08 - Project Hail Mary 35:15 - The Man Who Solved The Market 38:19 - Oxford Study
They're coming. From bubble.io and webflow through UI Path and Blue Prism, the chances are that someone within your company is already building a departmental system using a "no code" tool. As with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) for CIOs a decade ago, ignoring the problem isn't an option. In this episode, I chat with Colin Earl, Founder & CTO at Agiloft, about how CTOs can evaluate & leverage RPA tools to support "citizen developers" within their companies to reduce the pressure on the core dev team while still getting their departmental needs met.
Saturday marks the five-year anniversary of the death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez. On the latest episode of Fish Bytes, Jordan McPherson and Andre C. Fernandez look back on the pitcher's career, their reaction to the news of his death and how it impacted his legacy. McPherson also interviews Marlins shortstop Miguel Rojas, the last remaining player from that 2016 team still on the Marlins roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Last week, influential British inventor and entrepreneur Clive Sinclair passed away. Sinclair invented some of the first slim calculators, handheld televisions, and digital watches, but he is perhaps best known for being one of the pioneers of the British personal computer industry. In the early 1980s his company, Sinclair Research, developed the hot-selling and widely cloned ZX80, ZX81, and ZX Spectrum computers. In this episode we talk about Clive Sinclair's life and the legacy of the ZX line of personal computers. Show Notes Episode 16: The Personal Computer Revolution Episode 22: Why was the IBM PC a Big Deal? Episode 3: What is a Byte? Clive Sinclair via Wikipedia Micro Men via Wikipedia ZX80 via Wikipedia ZX81 via Wikipedia ZX Spectrum via Wikipedia Sinclair QL via Wikipedia Follow us on Twitter @KopecExplains. Theme “Place on Fire” Copyright 2019 Creo, CC BY 4.0 Find out more at http://kopec.live
As realtors, we use a lot of different materials for marketing and connecting with clients. Sometimes, all we have to do is think “inside” the box and use these existing materials in different and more exciting ways! In this Real Estate Bytes episode, I am going to talk about how you can use common materials or activities, such as “Nice to Meet You!” cards and door-knocking in different ways so you can stand out from the rest. Listen in! [00:01 - 08:14] Think "Inside" the Boxes You Already Have Utilizing the tools that you already have in a different manner Sending “Nice to Meet You!” cards From door-knocking to door-hanging Using neighborhood agent map pins Don't overthink it Here's the link to the products discussed: https://allthingsrealestatestore.com/ Tweetable Quotes: “As realtors and being so busy, you buy a product and you're like, ‘Okay, I bought it to use it for this.', and your mindset is just that's what I'm going to use it for. Take a look at the things that you have around you in your marketing materials, in your signage, and the things that you're doing and try to think about other things that you can do with them.” - Tracey Hicks You can connect with me, Tracey Hicks, on LinkedIn and Facebook. Check out my website, https://allthingsrealestatestore.com, so you can stay up to date on our latest promos and sales as well as find any product you need to get your real estate life together! Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I'd love to hear from you. LEAVE A REVIEW + Share with someone who wants to scale up their real estate skills and reach financial freedom.
Anthony Richardson or Emory Jones?As Richardson's trainer, Denny gives his insight on the QB battle in Gainesville. This edition of Gator Bytes is brought to you by Southeast Orthopedic Specialists, visit se-ortho.com.
For the first installment of our ABB Byte Series, Ben breaks down Batman Beyond Lost Soul, the 4th episode of season 2. We cover the classic sci-fi themes of Lost Soul, old timey horror influence, and how super schway everything looks--in typical Bruce Timm/DCAU fashion. ✅ You can find today's Breakdown Beyond in its original vid form on our YouTube channel. Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw10iUAICFQ&list=PLx98WhpFg6nyYHzgGwLpb0pxGNtR-T_MGsub_confirmation=1 ✅ Subscribe! YouTube.com/aboveandbatmanbeyond Remixed pod theme music by our new editor, Z! Subscribe to the Above and Batman Beyond podcast on Apple, Spotify, and Soundcloud! New episodes drop every Monday. ✅ Subscribe to our podcast for new episodes every Monday! “Above and Batman Beyond” -https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/above-and-batman-beyond/id1252498086 -https://open.spotify.com/show/1lBMxPZNaWjAETYbt2C9fU?si=DHedbrmmTnG4oJz9VAuNjw -https://soundcloud.com/benjamin-david-288828851 Follow us on Instagram @batmanbeyondmedia https://www.instagram.com/batmanbeyondmedia/?hl=en Follow our co-host on Instagram as well, Eli Benson @batman_beyond_fanpage https://www.instagram.com/batman_beyond_fanpage/ Subscribe to our other podcast: “DC Animated Movie Show” You can find the DC Animated Movie Show audio/video byte series on our YouTube channel “Above and Batman Beyond” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw10iUAICFQ&list=PLx98WhpFg6nyYHzgGwLpb0pxGNtR-T_MG -New episodes of the DC Animated Movie Show drop every Thursday. -You can find DCAMS on Apple, Spotify, the Anchor app and wherever you listen to podcasts. -ABB Host/Network Manager: Benjamin David, @benjaminofdavid on Instagram and Facebook, Email: Ben@BenjaminDavidWriting.com -DC Animated Movie Show and Above and Batman Beyond are not official productions of Warner Bros. or DC Entertainment. The thoughts and opinions shared by the participants of this podcast are theirs and theirs alone and therefore do not represent the companies or organizations they happen to work for.
Ben Maller discusses the chances of the Washington Football Team staying afloat in the NFC East with Taylor Heinicke under center, Cite the Byte, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The crew faces off against three robotic combatants for their right to enter the Myriad of Change. But was Arvin's helped hand enough? --- WafflesMapleSyrup present an actual play Starfinder podcast, authentic, uncut, and hilarious from our live stream for your enjoyment! So come join us at our table as we fly by the seat of our pants. The way TTRPGs are intended! Want to say hi? You can catch us on https://twitter.com/wafflesmaple (Twitter) & https://instagram.com/wmspod (Instagram)! For visual reference of our maps, check out our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxeH8-68eeO8WshcF8v1WyA (YouTube). Please accept this formal https://discord.gg/7bNE6fU (invite to our Discord) to join an amazing community of kind hearts! And of course, here's the link to our https://society6.com/wafflesmaplesyrup (Merch Store) to show off those sticky sweet goods, and our https://patreon.com/wafflesmaplesyrup (Patreon)! Your support helps us grow and get more of that sweet content out to you. As always, we want to hear how we're doing. So please make sure to leave a review, subscribe for future episodes, and show us your kind hearts! The best way to help is to tell a friend :) --- Danger Storm by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4985-danger-storm (https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4985-danger-storm) License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license (https://filmmusic.io/standard-license) Addtl. Music and Sound by Syrinscape https://syrinscape.com/?att_wafflesmaplesyrup (https://syrinscape.com/?att_wafflesmaplesyrup) Support this podcast
Kari has known God since she was a child. Hear how her miracle, at the birth of her twins, reminded her that she is beloved, and how deep listening, openness and inviting those we disagree with into our tent will save us all.
The Miami Marlins' season is nearing the end and while the playoffs are out of the picture, there are still individual story lines to follow. On the latest episode of Fish Bytes, Jordan McPherson breaks down the five he is going to follow the closest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben Maller talks about Terrell Owens revealing that he would want to fight Donovan McNabb in a celebrity boxing match and breaks down who would win this hypothetical fight, Cite the Byte, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com