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Oui Are New York
Dr David Luu (Hearty) par Elsa de Saignes: La médecine du futur, connectée, préventive & accessible

Oui Are New York

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 85:18


Le Dr David Luu est chirurgien cardiaque, philanthrope, aventurier humanitaire et avant tout entrepreneur-à-mission. Dans cet épisode, où l'on file la métaphore de la construction, David trace les contours de son parcours atypique. De Nîmes à New York en passant par Ouagadougou ou encore Los Angeles, il s'appuie sur des fondations solides pour bâtir son édifice éthique, brique après brique et recruter les meilleurs ouvriers pour l'accompagner dans l'exécution de son plan. Qui mieux que l'acteur Sean Penn pour porter son projet humanitaire Heart Fund au Festival de Cannes? Que le Dr Frank Lipman, ponte de la médecine holistique intégrative pour apporter son expertise à Hearty Ou encore que Neil Parikh, l'emblématique co-founder de Casper pour le développement produit de sa plateforme connectée? Pas mieux. Ce qu'il faut retenir de cette opération à coeurs ouverts:

Veloropa Podcast
200 Dansker-styrt, Corona-bøvl, DM-optakt, Casper P og Skibby

Veloropa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 108:58


Vi nærmer os Tour-starten i Danmark, men Corona er igen på spil og fik lagt næsten halvdelen af feltet ned i Schweiz. Kasper Asgreen og Michael Valgren måtte også ned at ligge. Valgren misser Touren og Asgreen er sat tilbage i sine forberedelser til enkeltstarten i København. Belgien Rundt startede med Mads P-dominans og sluttede med belgier-ballade, da Yves Lampaert blev diskvalificeret og Mauro Schmid tog den samlede sejr, hundrededele foran Tim Wellens. Vi ser frem mod DM-ugen, har interview med Casper Pedersen fra DSM, der blev ramt af Corona, men kører DM. Og så kan du høre Tour-historier og andre røvere fra Jesper Skibby.

In Clear Focus
In Clear Focus: The Direct To Consumer Playbook with Mike Stevens

In Clear Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 27:15


In Clear Focus: Our guest is Mike Stevens, the author of The Direct To Consumer Playbook: The stories and strategies of the brands that wrote the DTC rules, this month's Bigeye Book Club selection. Reflecting stories from the founders of Tails.com, Huel, and Casper, Mike shares valuable insights about what works in the DTC space today. IN CLEAR FOCUS listeners can claim a 20 percent discount on The Direct To Consumer Playbook at KoganPage.com by using the promo code BIGEYE20 at checkout.

DJ & PK
Bob Casper, Co-Host of Real Golf Radio

DJ & PK

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 13:16


Bob Casper joined DJ & Jake Scott to recap the 2022. U.S. Open as Matt Fitzpatrick won his first major title, giving PK all the more to crow about. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lore
Episode 201: Inescapable

Lore

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 31:51


You can't beat an old classic. And in the world of folklore, there are few types of stories more classic that the good old fashioned ghost story. So today, we take a tour through some of the most chilling and thrilling of the bunch. This episode of Lore was sponsored by: Babbel: Start learning a new language today, and save up to 60% off your subscription when you go to BABBEL.com/LORE.  Casper: From bedding, bed frames, and even a dog bed, Casper has everything to build the dream bedroom—for every kind of sleeper. Visit Casper.com to get $100 off select mattresses by using the offer code HISTORY100. Terms and conditions apply. Squarespace: Build your own powerful, professional website, with free hosting, zero patches or upgrades, and 24/7 award-winning customer support. Start your free trial website today at Squarespace.com/lore, and when you make your first purchase, use offer code LORE to save 10%. Lore Resources:  Episode Music: lorepodcast.com/music  Episode Sources: lorepodcast.com/sources  All the shows from Grim & Mild: www.grimandmild.com ©2022 Aaron Mahnke. All rights reserved. Access premium content!: https://www.patreon.com/lorepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armed Lutheran Radio
Episode 317 - June Online Hangout

Armed Lutheran Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 96:03


This week is our June 2022 Online Hangout with members of the Reformation Gun Club. This month Lloyd is joined by Gun Club members Dan Veldt, William Swenson, and Ed Fuhrmann to discuss life, politics, culture, gun control, world travel, and Father's Day. Armed Lutheran Radio is a listener-supported podcast. If you value the information and entertainment we provide and would like to be a part of future hangouts, consider supporting the show by joining our membership site, The Reformation Gun Club! http://gunclub.armedlutheran.us Thank You to this Week's Members! Katherine from Casper, WY Curtis from Junction City, KS Dan from Enumclaw, WA Brad from Hartford, WI The Disreputable Bartlett Marc from St Paul, MN Dallas from Severance, CO Kenneth from Sugar Land, TX Meet the Cast Lloyd Bailey - http://www.armedlutheran.us/about/ Mia Anstine - http://www.armedlutheran.us/mia/ Sergeant Bill Silvia - http://www.armedlutheran.us/bill/ Pastor John Bennett - http://www.armedlutheran.us/pastor/ Buy the Latest Armed Lutheran Book Available now for Kindle or in paperback! Duty to Defend Prayer of the Week O God, the strength of all those who put their trust in You, mercifully accept our prayers; and because through the weakness of our mortal nature we can do no good thing, grant us the help of Your grace that in keeping Your commandments we may please You both in will and deed; through Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord. Amen. Use these Links to Support Armed Lutheran Radio If you value the information and entertainment we provide, consider supporting the show by joining our membership site, or shopping at your favorite online stores using the links below. Check out the other Great Armed Lutheran Books - http://www.ArmedLutheran.us/Books Shop at Amazon* - http://www.armedlutheran.us/amazon Shop at GunMagWarehouse* - http://www.armedlutheran.us/mags Get Regular Refills Coffee Subscriptions at Dunkin' Donuts* - www.ArmedLutheran.us/Coffee Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network - https://www.armedcitizensnetwork.org Get in Touch Visit our Feedback Page - http://www.armedlutheran.us/feedback Please tell your friends about us, leave an iTunes review, and like us on Facebook Join our Facebook group - http://www.armedlutheran.us/facebook Subscribe to us and follow us on Youtube - http://www.armedlutheran.us/youtube And search for us on Instagram - http://www.armedlutheran.us/instagram Check Out More at our Website- http://www.armedlutheran.us Disclaimer The links above which are indicated with an asterisk (*) are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that I have experience with all of these items, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money on these products unless you feel you need them or that they will help you. Keep Shooting, Keep Praying, We'll Talk to you Next time!

Main protagonist Podcast
Main Protagonist Podcast # 15.5

Main protagonist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 87:20


Hundreds of euros, one box full of games. What's inside? NO CLUE! Today we got an unboxing. Casper purchased a bulk of games (we hope) after a drinking binge and no record remains of what he put in it. It could be a bounty of treasure or a complete waste of money. Check it out on YouTube if audio alone isn't cutting it for you: https://youtu.be/OKVuM8mVHYQ

Medisch Contact
KopCast - Solliciteren

Medisch Contact

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 5:05


In deze aflevering van KopCast zit Casper aan de andere kant van de tafel. Hij is nu degene die gaat solliciteren en moet pitchen. Dat is even wennen.

Farrock på P6 BEAT
Farrock på P6 BEAT - 18. jun 2022

Farrock på P6 BEAT

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 117:00


Casper & Frankie dykker ugenert ned i store følelser og hverdagsliv tilsat gode vibrationer og ustyrlige mængder guitarlir. Så smør dig bare en mad, slå fødderne op og lyt til Farrock - det har du sgu fortjent. Hver uge elsker vi en ny musiker, som får lidt ekstra kærlighed med på vejen. Værter: Goodluck Casper Bach Hegstrup og Frank "Frankie" Ziyanak.

KSL Unrivaled
Bob Casper, Real Golf Radio

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 16:02


Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell are joined by Real Golf Radio's Bob Casper to get an update on the first day of the U.S. Open. Follow UnRivaled onTwitter,InstagramandFacebook for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hans & Scotty G.
Hans & Scotty G - June 16, 2022 - Bob Casper - Real Golf Radio Host

Hans & Scotty G.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 19:03


- Real Golf Radio host Bob Casper See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

95bFM
The Friday Wire w/ Casper: June 17, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


This week on the Friday Wire Casper talked to Auckland city counsellor Pippa Coom about the council's finances and recent controversy around cycleway spending, as well as Dr Murat Üngör from the University of Otago about the latest GDP figures and predicting economic recession. Liam spoke to Auckland Central and Green Party member Chloe Swarbrick about her push to pedestrianise Queen street, as well as Greg Harford from Retail NZ to talk about his concerns.  He also discussed the watergate scandal with University of Canterbury's Peter Field to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the original break-in.

Electronic Beats Podcast
Lichtdesign - von Berghain bis Moderat

Electronic Beats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 39:59


In diesem Electronic Beats Podcast dreht sich alles um die Magie des Lichts. Kein Club, Konzert, Show, Veranstaltung wäre ohne dieses oft unterschätzte Stilmittel denkbar. Licht schafft Atmosphäre, kreiert Stimmungen, hebt hervor oder lässt verschwinden und ist letztlich für die einzigartige Magie eines Ortes verantwortlich. Gesine hat mit zwei Lichtdesignern gesprochen, die die technischen Skills und die Kreativität besitzen, um das ästhetisch dramaturgische Potential von Licht voll auszuschöpfen: Christoph Schneider ist ein Virtuose und setzt Musiker und Bands wie Moderat, Casper oder Marteria ins Rampenlicht. Natalie Heckl trifft man u.a. im Umfeld von Christopher Bauder oder im Berghain, wo sie eine perfekte Symbiose aus Licht und Musik erschafft, für die der Club weltberühmt ist. Beide erzählen von der Vielseitigkeit des Jobs, den Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten durch Licht, ihren Anfängen am Lichtpult, Spannungserzeugungen, von Unterschieden zwischen Club und Live, vom Raumverständnis, von den Vorbereitungen einer Lichtshow, von Zusammenarbeit mit den Künstlern, von dem VLLV, von Equipment und von ihren Lieblingsfarben.

The Ian Furness Show
Furness H2 - Bobby Casper of Real Golf Radio / Texts / Softy joins Ian for cross talk

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 37:31


Bobby Casper of Real Golf Radio joins the show to discuss all things golf, from the LIV Tour to the US Open. Texts react with how much money it would take to sell out. Softy joins Ian for cross talk, in the studio together for the first time in a long time.

The Ian Furness Show
Bobby Casper of Real Golf Radio on LIV Golf, Phil Mickelson, and the US Open

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 12:42


Our True Crime Podcast
170. Long Road To Justice: Lisa Kimmell

Our True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 64:01


Friday, March 25th, 1988, Lisa got in her Honda and headed north. She would take Interstate 25 to Casper, Wyoming, and from there she would take the mostly two-lane US-20/26 to Greybull, where she would then finish the trip at her boyfriend's house in Cody, Wyoming, on US14. She'd planned to stay the night there and make the remaining hour-and-a-half trek to Billings the next morning with her boyfriend in tow. When Lisa Marie didn't arrive at Ed's house in Cody, as planned, he was immediately worried and called her parents. Lisa was nowhere to be found. She had vanished somewhere on her 600-mile journey home.Lisa's case would go cold for 14 years until DNA would link authorities to her killer.Join Cam and Jen as they discuss 'Long Road To Justice: Lisa Kimmell'.Thank you to the folks who help make the OTCP greatListener Discretion by Edward @OctoberpodVHS. You can find him on all your podcast apps or at https://www.youtube.com/c/octoberpodhomevideoProducer and theme music by Nico Vettesewetalkofdreams.comResearched and written by Rett MacPhersonSources:The Murder of Lil Miss: A Mother's Brutal 16-Year Fight for Justiceby Sheila Kimmell https://www.amazon.com/Murder-Lil-Miss-Mothers-16-Year/dp/0976747006/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1X49XOXGA1264&keywords=sheila+kimmell&qid=1655250436&sprefix=sheila+kimmell%2Caps%2C81&sr=8-1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIHEI1el6ssn Unsolved Mysteries Season 1 Episode 12https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5DV-DKhqhA CrimeVaulthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DW0CGco4gc TiffanyKristinaXOhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqtvdTjKLG8 Scary Mysterieshttps://www.strangeoutdoors.com/mysterious-stories-blog/tag/the+Great+Basin+Serial+Killerhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lil%27_Miss_murder https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/8701970/lisa-marie-kimmellhttps://oilcity.news/crime/2022/03/25/convicted-murderer-dale-wayne-eaton-re-sentenced-30-years-after-disappearance-of-lisa-marie-kimmel/https://www.ranker.com/list/lisa-marie-kimmell-facts/rachel-souerbryhttps://www.wyomingpublicmedia.org/news/2013-03-04/authorities-to-investigate-new-leads-in-the-1997-disappearance-of-amy-wroe-bechtel Billings Gazette: https://www.newspapers.com/image/415632475/?terms=Lisa%20Marie%20Kimmell&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/415638597/?terms=Lisa%20Marie%20Kimmell&match=1Billings https://www.newspapers.com/image/352228824/?terms=Ed%20Jaroch%20Kimmell&match=1On The Case with Paul Zahn Season 5: Episode 4 No One To Trusthttps://samplius.com/free-essay-examples/victim-studies-the-murder-of-lil-miss/https://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WMK1NE_Ronald_Ketchum_Natrona_Co_Courthouse_Casper_WYhttps://goldenhistory.pastperfectonline.com/bysearchterm?keyword=Colorado%20State%20Industrial%20Schoolhttps://caselaw.findlaw.com/wy-supreme-court/1438693.html paragraphs 147-170 http://www.dmmserver.com/DialABook/978/078/601/9780786019960.htmlhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/467450900https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/120652068/belynda-may-granthamhttps://charleyproject.org/case/amy-joy-wroe-bechtel!Rivers of Blood (book 2009) by Robert Scotthttps://www.grunge.com/723969/the-mysterious-disappearance-of-amy-bechtel-explained/https://www.runnersworld.com/runners-stories/a21749005/missing/ excellent articlehttps://www.newspapers.com/image/410519069/?terms=scott%20breeden%20dale%20eaton&match=1http://maamodt.asp.radford.edu/Psyc%20405/serial%20killers/Eaton,%20Dale%20Wayne.pdfhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/467451083/?terms=scott%20breeden%20dale%20eaton&match=1https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/trib.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/c/d3/cd31a4b4-1d02-5491-adba-339339461424/54c6d42d89aa8.pdf.pdfhttps://oilcity.news/crime/2022/03/25/convicted-murderer-dale-wayne-eaton-re-sentenced-30-years-after-disappearance-of-lisa-marie-kimmel/https://www.thesheridanpress.com/news/regional-news/kimmell-family-shares-anger-over-change-in-killer-s-sentence/article_bbcfebfe-aeb5-11ec-9cc6-ff733461194c.htmlhttps://www.wyomingnews.com/news/from_the_wire/kimmell-family-shares-anger-over-change-in-killer-s-sentence/article_4ec51114-db8f-51c4-88ad-fc43887c8b6d.htmlhttps://www.cbsnews.com/news/family-torches-painful-memories/https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/canoncitydailyrecord/name/ronnie-kimmell-obituary?id=8850675

Hans & Scotty G.
Hans & Scotty G - June 15, 2022 - Bob Casper - Real Golf Radio Host

Hans & Scotty G.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 17:36


Real Golf Radio host Bob Casper joined the show to preview the 2022 U.S. Open at Brookline. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Around The Reel
Around The Reel - "The Invisible Father" with Therese Casper

Around The Reel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 86:15


On today's show we have the pleasure to speak with filmmaker Therese Casper! Her latest documentary entitled, "The Invisible Father" chronicles her father Piero Heliczer's life, work, relationships and her journey to learn more about the man she never got to know. Piero was one of the original Pop Art Movements establishers. If you know who Andy Warhol is you will relate! It's a powerful film full of heart, sadness and healing! We dive into her documentary, her journey and what she learned making this film. Also, we discuss our experiences with fathers and how our society judges those that are eccentric. Join us for an emotional, heartfelt conversation with the talented Therese Casper!Website:https://www.pieroheliczer.comThe Invisible Father is out now on streaming platforms everywhere!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Entrepreneur Swag Shop! Get your swag! Identity is about being who you are meant to be! Use coupon code AROUNDTHEREEL & save 15%!Support the show

KSL Unrivaled
Bob Casper, Real Golf Radio

KSL Unrivaled

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 13:29


Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell are joined. by Bob Casper of Real Golf Radio to discuss the drama surrounding the U.S. Open this weekend. Follow UnRivaled onTwitter,InstagramandFacebook for more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Real Question
Maternity Leave

The Real Question

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 42:33


Anna had her first child during the pandemic and she found her maternity leave to be really isolating and depressing. It was only once she was able to go back to school and work that she felt like herself again. But now she's pregnant again and starting to get worried about her next maternity leave. What if she feels the same way? With help from the The Bright Field by R.S. Thomas and A Line Above the Sky by Helen Mort, Anna, Casper and Vanessa explore the sacrifices and guilt associated with motherhood. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

De Verdieping met Ruud de Boer | Rijnmond
Leontien van Moorsel: 'De arts had mijn licentie moeten intrekken'

De Verdieping met Ruud de Boer | Rijnmond

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 48:09


In 'De Verdieping' ontvangt gastpresentator Casper van Eijck Leontien van Moorsel. De 'Joekel van Boekel' vertelt over haar missie: het helpen van mensen met een eetstoornis. Ook Leontien zélf heeft tijdens haar wielercarrière geworsteld met haar eetpatroon. Ze vertelt er openhartig over in de studio. Op de vraag wat ze achteraf ánders zou doen, is ze duidelijk: beter luisteren naar haar lichaam. De strijd voor winst tijdens haar wielercarrière ging ten koste van haar gezondheid. "Ik deed mijn lichaam te kort. Mijn sportarts had moeten ingrijpen. Hij had mijn licentie moeten intrekken. Ik dacht: elke kilo die ik minder hoe mee te fietsen is er een. Het is mijn familie die mij uiteindelijk gered heeft". De viervoudig wereldkampioene bewaart haar gouden plakken in de kast. Er is één prestatie waar zij honderduit over spreekt: het pakken van het wereldduurrecord. Die was in handen van voormalig wielrenster Jeannie Longo. "Die was niet altijd even aardig in haar uitspraken over mij. Toen dacht ik wel: linksom of rechtsom: ik ga jouw wereldduurrecord uit de boeken halen". Wat Leontien na twee jaar ook lukte. Het zou logisch zijn om na haar carrière trainingen te gaan geven aan 'de nieuwe generatie'. Maar in één ding vergiste Leontien zich: ze dacht dat iedereen even belastbaar was. "Maar dat is heel individueel. Weet je? Eigenlijk is topsport niet altijd even gezond". Ze stortte zich op het helpen van mensen met een eetstoornis. Met haar 'Leontienhuis' zet ze zich met vele anderen daarvoor in. "Maar eigenlijk moet de overheid veel meer doen om dit probleem aan te pakken. Zullen we anders met z'n tweeën Rutte opzoeken in Den Haag, Casper?". Genoten van het gesprek tussen Casper van Eijck en Leontien van Moorsel? Beluister ook andere verhalen van bijzondere regiogenoten op dit platform "De Verdieping met Ruud de Boer'. Ook kun je iedere vrijdag tussen 18 en 19 uur luisteren via Radio Rijnmond.

Farrock på P6 BEAT
Farrock på P6 BEAT - 11. jun 2022

Farrock på P6 BEAT

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 117:00


Casper & Frankie dykker ugenert ned i store følelser og hverdagsliv tilsat gode vibrationer og ustyrlige mængder guitarlir. Så smør dig bare en mad, slå fødderne op og lyt til Farrock - det har du sgu fortjent. Hver uge elsker vi en ny musiker, som får lidt ekstra kærlighed med på vejen. Værter: Goodluck Casper Bach Hegstrup og Frank "Frankie" Ziyanak.

Open Spaces
Open Spaces June 10, 2022

Open Spaces

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 51:03


Today on the show thousands of people attended Former President Donald Trump's rally in Casper. Attendees want more of Trump's influence in the GOP. We'll hear how a water shortage in Rawlins could be foreshadowing what's to come in many Western communities. New grant funding climate change research at the University of Wyoming will help state residents deal with drought and other effects. Plus a conversation with the Democratic candidate for State Superintendent Sergio Maldonado. Those stories and more...

DJ & PK
Bob Casper, Co-Host of Real Golf Radio

DJ & PK

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 24:07


Bob Casper joined DJ & PK to talk about the threat of the LIV Golf Invitational to the PGA Tour See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

95bFM
City Counselling w/ Shane Henderson: June 10, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022


Phil Goff's last climate budget as Auckland mayor has been passed by the council. Last week Casper discussed this budget with Auckland city councillor Pippa Coom and this week, for his fortnightly interview with councillor Shane Henderson he asked for an update on the budget and its importance. Casper also asked Shane for his perspective on the Ports of Auckland recently scraping its automation project after sinking $65 million dollars into the effort, and what this says about the ports' direction.

95bFM
Veganism and Climate Change w/ Claire Insley: June 10, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022


At an international climate summit in Germany, experts urged the world to transition towards plant-based diets.  IPCC research has shown that an uptake in such plant-based diets having the potential to massively reduce carbon emissions, and could be one of the major lifestyle changes necessary to combat climate change. Casper spoke to Claire Insley, spokesperson for the Vegan Society of Aotearoa, about the impact of our diets on climate change and how it might be possible to reduce emissions by having more people transition to plant-based.

Learning Bayesian Statistics
#62 Bayesian Generative Modeling for Healthcare, with Maria Skoularidou

Learning Bayesian Statistics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 57:05


We talk a lot about generative modeling on this podcast — at least since episode 6, with Michael Betancourt! And an area where this way of modeling is particularly useful is healthcare, as Maria Skoularidou will tell us in this episode. Maria is a final year PhD student at the University of Cambridge. Her thesis is focused on probabilistic machine learning and, more precisely, towards using generative modeling in… you guessed it: healthcare! But her fields of interest are diverse: from theory and methodology of machine intelligence to Bayesian inference; from theoretical computer science to information theory — Maria is knowledgeable in a lot of topics! That's why I also had to ask her about mixture models, a category of models that she uses frequently. Prior to her PhD, Maria studied Computer Science and Statistical Science at Athens University of Economics and Business. She's also invested in several efforts to bring more diversity and accessibility in the data science world. When she's not working on all this, you'll find her playing the ney, trekking or rawing. Our theme music is « Good Bayesian », by Baba Brinkman (feat MC Lars and Mega Ran). Check out his awesome work at https://bababrinkman.com/ (https://bababrinkman.com/) ! Thank you to my Patrons for making this episode possible! Yusuke Saito, Avi Bryant, Ero Carrera, Giuliano Cruz, Tim Gasser, James Wade, Tradd Salvo, Adam Bartonicek, William Benton, Alan O'Donnell, Mark Ormsby, James Ahloy, Robin Taylor, Thomas Wiecki, Chad Scherrer, Nathaniel Neitzke, Zwelithini Tunyiswa, Elea McDonnell Feit, Bertrand Wilden, James Thompson, Stephen Oates, Gian Luca Di Tanna, Jack Wells, Matthew Maldonado, Ian Costley, Ally Salim, Larry Gill, Joshua Duncan, Ian Moran, Paul Oreto, Colin Caprani, George Ho, Colin Carroll, Nathaniel Burbank, Michael Osthege, Rémi Louf, Clive Edelsten, Henri Wallen, Hugo Botha, Vinh Nguyen, Raul Maldonado, Marcin Elantkowski, Adam C. Smith, Will Kurt, Andrew Moskowitz, Hector Munoz, Marco Gorelli, Simon Kessell, Bradley Rode, Patrick Kelley, Rick Anderson, Casper de Bruin, Philippe Labonde, Matthew McAnear, Michael Hankin, Cameron Smith, Luis Iberico, Tomáš Frýda, Ryan Wesslen, Andreas Netti, Riley King, Aaron Jones, Yoshiyuki Hamajima, Sven De Maeyer, Michael DeCrescenzo, Fergal M, Mason Yahr, Naoya Kanai, Steven Rowland, Aubrey Clayton and Jeannine Sue. Visit https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats (https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats) to unlock exclusive Bayesian swag ;) Links from the show: Maria on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skoularidou (https://twitter.com/skoularidou) Maria on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-skoularidou-1289b62a/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-skoularidou-1289b62a/) Maria's webpage: https://www.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/people/in-alphabetical-order/n-to-s/maria-skoularidou/ (https://www.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/people/in-alphabetical-order/n-to-s/maria-skoularidou/) Mixture models in PyMC: https://www.pymc.io/projects/examples/en/latest/gallery.html#mixture-models (https://www.pymc.io/projects/examples/en/latest/gallery.html#mixture-models) LBS #4 Dirichlet Processes and Neurodegenerative Diseases, with Karin Knudson: https://learnbayesstats.com/episode/4-dirichlet-processes-and-neurodegenerative-diseases-with-karin-knudson/ (https://learnbayesstats.com/episode/4-dirichlet-processes-and-neurodegenerative-diseases-with-karin-knudson/) Bayesian mixtures with an unknown number of components: https://rss.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1467-9868.00095 (https://rss.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1467-9868.00095) Markov Chain sampling methods for Dirichlet Processes: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10618600.2000.10474879 (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10618600.2000.10474879) Retrospective Markov chain Monte Carlo methods for Dirichlet process hierarchical models: https://academic.oup.com/biomet/article-abstract/95/1/169/219181...

What’d You Say?
58: Ness Joins a Biker Club

What’d You Say?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 80:09


Jay got a Casper mattress and his crush on Hilary Duff burns hotter than ever. Calvin recaps his first golf outing of the season. Ness gives her favorite highlight of Pride Month. We address your questions sent to Bubba's DMs. What'd You Say? Podcast is brought to you by: @shorethingdetailing_ // mention the podcast for $20 your first service @findthegood // Use Code VanessaSantos15 @fatboysurfclub // Use Code vaaaaaanesssa for 15% off your purchase

Recensörerna
160. Casper Janebrinks svettiga halvår

Recensörerna

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 58:20


Veckans recensioner: 2000-talets psalmbok med eventuellt tjocka sidor, diskmaskiner, Joey Tempest, Upplands Väsby fyller 70 år, Blackbear security, Casper Janebrinks svettiga halvår, "tvätten" av Lillasyster, Nyheter24, narcissism.

Nooit meer slapen
Casper Luckerhof (schrijver)

Nooit meer slapen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 57:43


Casper Luckerhof schreef Rusteloos een waargebeurd verhaal van een persoonlijke zoektocht naar vrijheid en onafhankelijkheid. In 2017 reisde Luckerhof naar Nepal om een boek te schrijven over Boeddha, om hem te ontmaskeren als machtsbeluste sekteleider. Het liep anders hij kreeg een baan aangeboden in s 'werelds grootste boeddhistische bibliotheek. Wanneer zijn vader langskomt om zijn nieuwe leven te zien verloor hij zijn baan. Samen met zijn vader begon hij aan een tocht door de Himalaya. Luckerhof schreef meerdere romans en was lid van het DWDD-boekenpanel. Pieter van der Wielen gaat met Casper Luckerhof in gesprek.

Hold On to Your Racket with Josefina Gurevich and Shravya Pant

Roland Garros has ended and we are here to wrap it up. We discuss some notable headlines, ranging from WTA players speaking out about menstruation to protestors walking on to Court Philippe-Chatrier to fabricated locker room beef. We also chat about Rafa's historic #22 in 2022 and Iga's continued win streak, while highlighting the impressive runs of Coco, Casper, and more. Also catch a glimpse of the latest updates on Josefina's love life ;) Enjoy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/holdontoyourracket/message

Good Up
Casper The Triflin Ghost

Good Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 51:21


Have you ever been ghosted? Have you ever ghosted someone? Is there ever a situation in which ghosting someone without explanation is okay? In this week's episode we discuss the concept of ghosting and share our experiences with being ghosted. We discuss how ghosting affects us, situations where we think ghosting might make sense as well as our thoughts on different excuses people have given for ghosting. Join the conversation using #gooduptuesday or tagging us @gooduppod. Support the show

Go Be Wyoming
Brooke Edwards | Mrs. Cheyenne

Go Be Wyoming

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 25:09


On today's episode of Go Be Wyoming, Aaron was able to grab a quick 30 minute interview with Mrs. Cheyenne, a contestant for the Mrs. Wyoming - Mrs. America pageant, Brooke Edwards, Brooke is a married, mother of two competing for the Mrs. Wyoming crown this June. She talks about the Mrs. America and Miss America Strong pageants and organizations which allow married, mothers, or single mothers to compete in their respective pageants. Brooke also talks about her work in Thankful Thursdays in Cheyenne, WY and her experience with recovery. If you are in Casper, WY on June 25th you can watch this competition at Kelly Walsh High school: Wyoming America Pageants Page: https://www.facebook.com/MrsWyoming/ Book Tickets here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5358930?fbclid=IwAR0UJM02Ciclf0zOd0W045I6lbfVEpZGpVJP1AHxYBZFbPX5tkluvwsmuYM Brooke Edwards: Instagram: @mammaedwrds | https://www.instagram.com/mammaedwrds/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrsCheyenne22?s=20&t=5GHYRfTByOyOEaIEZoWskg This episode is brought to you by DYT Solutions: https://dytsolutionswy.com/ FINE Sight and Sound: https://fssavpro.com/ Fly Sheridan, Sheridan County Airport | Book your direct flight here: https://www.united.com/en/us Connect with us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gobewyo/ | @gobewyo LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/go-be-wyoming Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gobewyo/?__tn__=%2Cd | @gobewyo Twitter: https://twitter.com/gobewyo | @gobewyo Website: https://gobewyo.com/ Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/go-be-wyoming/id1533087160 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7qmApcbAS9rVxjV8k6b7Px?si=bf0bcc2bd0524d9b

8111
John Berton

8111

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 96:37


This week on 8111, John Berton!! John was born in the midwest. His dad was a mathematics professor and his mother was a musician. John loved movies as a kid and, through his dad, had early access to computers. He learned Fortran in high school and was fascinated by the logic of programming. John attended Denison University and studied communications and even had his own radio program. For grad school he attended Ohio State and studied computer graphics with American artist and computer art pioneer Charles Csuri. His interest in film, music, physics, and programming led him down the path that would eventually lead to working in visual effects. After grad school John went to work with Charles Csuri at his new company, Cranston/Csuri in Ohio. They made some of the first early flying logos for HBO, CBS, Cinemax, and many others. John later went to work at Mental Images in Berlin. From there he made the connection to ILM where he came to work in 1989 on Terminator 2. John's ILM credits include; T2, Men in Black, Star Trek VI, Hook, Death Becomes Her, Jurassic Park, The Mask, Casper, Star Wars: A New Hope Special Edition, Deep Rising, The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, and Men in Black 2. Since ILM, he has continued to work on films and television creating visual effects in projects including; I, Robot, Charlotte's Web, Bedtime Stories, Krrish3, Godzilla, 13 Reasons Why, and Deep Water. John taught for a while at Drexel in Philadelphia and left when he had a chance to come work at Lytro developing light-field rendering. Today John is back working in visual effects on a project for Netflix. John was my Visual Effects Supervisor on Deep Rising and The Mummy. Working on John's teams are some of my favorite memories from my time at ILM. He is absolutely brilliant, and  approaches his work with equal parts technological prowess and thoughtful artistry. It was awesome to reconnect with him and hear his amazing story. 

Lore
Episode 200: Up Close

Lore

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 30:50


If the best way to experience something is first-hand, then this 200th episode of Lore is going to have to get a little personal. This episode of Lore was sponsored by: Casper: From bedding, bed frames, and even a dog bed, Casper has everything to build the dream bedroom—for every kind of sleeper. Visit Casper.com to get $100 off select mattresses by using the offer code HISTORY100. Terms and conditions apply. SimpliSafe: Secure your home with 24/7 professional monitoring for just $15 a month. No contracts, no salespeople, just simple and easy security. Visit SimpliSafe.com/Lore to save 20% on your SimpliSafe security system and get your first month free when you sign up for Interactive Monitoring service. Wondrium: Hundreds of topics taught by professors and experts, all in one enormous video library. Get a FREE TRIAL plus 20% off the Annual Plan by going to Wondrium.com/LORE—and don't miss my newest recommendation: Discovering Your Roots: An Introduction to Genealogy. Lore Resources:  Episode Music: lorepodcast.com/music  Episode Sources: lorepodcast.com/sources  All the shows from Grim & Mild: www.grimandmild.com ©2022 Aaron Mahnke. All rights reserved. Access premium content!: https://www.patreon.com/lorepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

That Was Disappointing...
Ghost Hunting

That Was Disappointing...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 45:16


Episode 101 of That Was Disappointing is Live. With the sexiness of Casper the Friendly Ghost and the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man combined… ladies… Today's Topic: Ghost hunting. Some people call it b.s. Others call it absolute horseshiat. What!? They're different levels of bull-hockey! What goes bump in the night? It's probably just the house settling, ya moron. However, the individuals currently keeping the lights on at the Travel Channel would have you believe it's ghosts, demons, Bigfoot or worse yet… your mother-in-law. Dun dun DUN! Join Art and Lex as they try to debunk this pseudoscience and maybe even learn a moral along the way. Like, for instance, the fact that “BBJ” would be useless against the paranormal. Proton-packs-4-life! TWD Tip of the Week: It's plausible to make a bong out of a skull. We're pretty sure you'll be damned, but hey, you're already listening to this podcast. ❤️ See the sketch of the ass-demon here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHEY_TzkXKU

Product Hive
Design Portfolio Review 1 with Tiffany and Carolyn

Product Hive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 77:23


Tiffany Koval—a digital product designer at Casper—and Carolyn Glasser—a UX Design Strategist and Creative Director—review design portfolios from participants. These are mock portfolio review presentations and gives the participants a chance to get real feedback from hiring managers. View images from the Portfolio Review on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXcLlnVu5N0 Check out producthive.org to see the latest events, join our community on Slack, and much more. Thanks to Joakim Karud for our music: soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/keep-on-going

The Psychology Podcast
Mollie West Duffy || Big Feelings

The Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 54:10


Today we welcome Mollie West Duffy who is an expert in organizational design, development, and leadership coaching. She's helped advise and coach leaders and founders at companies including Casper, Google, LinkedIn, Bungalow, and Slack. She's experienced in designing talent processes and systems, as well as organizational structures and behaviors, cultural values, and learning and development programs. Mollie is the author of the Wall Street Journal bestselling book No Hard Feelings. Her most recent book with Liz Fosslien is called Big Feelings: How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay.In this episode, I talk to Mollie West Duffy about how to navigate big feelings. Our emotion-phobic society has a lot of misconceptions about dealing with difficult emotions and what they mean. According to Mollie, big feelings can lead to a deeper understanding of ourselves if we sit with our emotions and work through them. Mollie and I share our personal experiences with depression and anxiety and how we coped. We also touch on the topics of anger, perfectionism, social comparison, burn out, and uncertainty.Website: molliewestduffy.comTwitter: @molliewest Topics01:43 Mollie and Liz's collaborations05:08 How Big Feelings was published08:31 Our emotion-phobic society 12:26 Illustrating emotions15:13 Myths about big feelings18:32 Emotional labor21:14 Anxiety, uncertainty, resilience25:03 Scott's tips to manage anxiety29:48 Separate the “withins” from the “beyonds”32:14 Assess your tolerance of uncertainty36:26 Embrace comparison 43:00 Mollie's tips to manage depression48:30 Translate your anger50:43 Perfectionism isn't as helpful as we think 

Screaming in the Cloud
Conveying Authenticity in Marketing with Sharone Zitzman

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 32:16


About SharoneI'm Sharone Zitzman, a marketing technologist and open source community builder, who likes to work with engineering teams that are building products that developers love. Having built both the DevOps Israel and Cloud Native Israel communities from the ground up, today I spend my time finding the places where technology and people intersect and ensuring that this is an excellent experience. You can find my talks, articles, and employment experience at rtfmplease.dev. Find me on Twitter or Github as @shar1z.Links Referenced: Personal Twitter: https://twitter.com/shar1z Website: https://rtfmplease.dev LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharonez/ @TLVCommunity: https://twitter.com/TLVcommunity @DevOpsDaysTLV: https://twitter.com/devopsdaystlv TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: DoorDash had a problem as their cloud native environment scaled and developers delivered new features, their monitoring system kept breaking down. In an organization where data is used to make better decisions about technology and about the business, losing observability means the entire company loses their competitive edge. With Chronosphere, DoorDash is no longer losing visibility into their applications suite. The key? Chronosphere is an open source compatible, scalable, and reliable observability solution that gives the observability lead at DoorDash business, competence, and peace of mind. Read the full success story at snark.cloud/chronosphere. That's snark.cloud/C-H-R-O-N-O-S-P-H-E-R-E.Corey: The company 0x4447 builds products to increase standardization and security in AWS organizations. They do this with automated pipelines that use well-structured projects to create secure, easy-to-maintain and fail-tolerant solutions, one of which is their VPN product built on top of the popular OpenVPN project which has no license restrictions; you are only limited by the network card in the instance. To learn more visit: snark.cloud/deployandgoCorey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn and I have been remiss by not having today's guest on years ago because back before I started this ridiculous nonsense that, well, whatever it is you'd call what I do for a living, I did other things instead. I did the DevOps, which means I was sad all the time. And the thing that I enjoyed was the chance to go and speak on conference stages. One of those stages, early on in my speaking career, was at DevOpsDays Tel Aviv.My guest today is Sharone Zitzman, who was an organizer of DevOpsDays Tel Aviv, who started convincing me to come back. And today is in fact, in the strong tradition here of making up your own job titles in ways that make people smile, she is the Chief Manual Reader at RTFM Please Ltd. Sharone, thank you for joining me.Sharone: Thank you for having me, Corey. Israelis love the name of my company, but Americans think it has a lot of moxie and chutzpah. [laugh].Corey: It seems a little direct and aggressive. It's like, oh, good, you are familiar with how this is going to go. There's something to be said for telling people what you do on the tin upfront. I've never been a big fan of trying to hide that. I mean, the first iteration of my company was the Quinn Advisory Group because I thought, you know, let's make it look boring and sedate and like I can talk to finance people. And yeah, that didn't last more than ten seconds of people talking to me.Also, in hindsight, the logo of a big stylized Q. Yeah, I would have had to change that anyway, for the whole QAnon nonsense because I don't want to be mistaken for that particular brand of nuts.Sharone: Yeah, I decided to do away with the whole formalities and upfront, just go straight [laugh]. For the core of who we are, Corey; you are very similar in that. So, yes. Being a dev first company, I thought the developers would appreciate such a title and name for my company. And I have to give a shout out here to Avishai Ish-Shalom, who's my friend from the community who you also know from the DevOpsDays community.Corey: Oh, yeah @nukemberg on Twitter—Sharone: Yes exactly.Corey: For those who are not familiar.Sharone: [laugh]. Yep. He coined the name.Corey: The problem that I found is that people when they start companies or they manage their careers, they don't bias for the things that they're really good at. And it took me a long time to realize this, I finally discovered, “Ah, what am I the best at? That's right, getting myself fired for my personality, so why don't I build a business where that stops being a liability?” So, I started my own company. And I can tell this heroic retcon of what happened, but no, it's because I had nowhere else to go at that point.And would you hire me? Think about this for a minute. You, on the other hand, had options. You are someone with a storied history in community building, in marketing to developers without that either coming across as insincere or that marked condescending accent that so many companies love to have of, “Oh, you're a developer. Let me look at you and get down on my hands and knees like we're going camping and tell a story in ways that actively and passively insult you.”No, you have always gotten that pitch-perfect. The world was your oyster. And for some godforsaken reason, you looked around and decided, “Ah, I'm going to go out independently because you know what I love? Worrying.” Because let's face it, running your own company is an exercise in finding new and exciting things to worry about that 20 minutes ago, you didn't know existed. I say this from my own personal experience. Why would you ever do such a thing?Sharone: [laugh]. That's a great question. It was a long one, but a good one. And I do a thing where I hit the mic a lot because I also have. I can't control my hand motions.Corey: I too speak with my hands. It's fine.Sharone: [laugh]. Yeah, so it's interesting because I wanted to be independent for a really long time. And I wasn't sure, you know, if it was something that I could do if I was a responsible enough adult to even run my own company, if I could make it work, if I could find the business, et cetera. And I left the job in December 2020, and it was the first time that I hadn't figured out what I was doing next yet. And I wanted to take some time off.And then immediately, like, maybe a week after I started to get a lot of, like, kind of people reaching out. And I started to interview places and I started to look into possibly being a co-founder at places and I started to look at all these different options. And then just, I was like, “Well…. This is an opportunity, right? Maybe I should finally—that thing that's gnawing at the back of my head to see if, like, you know if I should go for this dream that I've always wanted, maybe now I can just POC it and see if, you know, it'll work.”And it just, like, kind of exploded on me. It was like there was so much demand, like, I just put a little, like, signal out to the world that this is something that I'm interested in doing, and everyone was like, “Ahh, I need that.” [laugh]. I wanted to take a quarter off and I signed my first clients already on February 1st, which was, like, a month after. I left in December and that—it was crazy. And since then, I've been in business. So, yeah. So, and since then, it's also been a really crazy ride; I got to discover some really exciting companies. So.Corey: How did you get into this? I found myself doing marketing-adjacent work almost entirely by accident. I started the newsletter and this podcast, and I was talking to sponsors periodically and they'd come back with, “Here's the thing we want you to talk about in the sponsor read.” And it's, “Okay, you want to give people a URL to go to that has four sub-directories and entire UTM code… okay, have you considered, I don't know, not?” And because so much of what they were talking about did not resonate.Because I have the engineering background, and it was, I don't understand what your company does and you're spending all your time talking about you instead of my painful problem. Because as your target market, I don't give the slightest of shits about you, I care about my problem, so tell me how you're going to solve my problem and suddenly I'm all ears. Spend the whole time talking about you, and I could not possibly care less and I'll fast-forward through the nonsense. That was my path to it. How did you get into it?Sharone: How did I get into it? It's interesting. So, I started my journey in typical marketing, enterprise B2B marketing. And then at GigaSpaces, we kickstarted the open-source project Cloudify, and that's when I found myself leading this project as the open-source community team leader, building, kind of, the community from the ground floor. And I discovered a whole new world of, like, how to build experience into your marketing, kind of making it really experiential and making sure that everyone has a really, really easy and frictionless way of using your product, and that the product—putting the product at the center and letting it speak for itself. And then you discover this whole new world of marketing where it's—and today, you know, it has more of a name and a title, PLG, and people—it has a whole methodology and practice, but then it was like we were—Corey: PLG? I'm unfamiliar with the acronym. I thought tech was bad for acronyms.Sharone: Right? [laugh]. So, product-led growth. But then, you know, like, kind of wasn't solidified yet. And so, a lot of what we were doing was making sure that developers had a really great experience with the product then it kind of sold itself and marketed itself.And then you understood what they wanted to hear and how they wanted to consume the product and how they wanted it to be and to learn about it and to kind of educate themselves and get into it. And so, a lot of the things that I learned in the context of marketing was very guerilla, right, from the ground up and kind of getting in front of people and in the way they wanted to consume it. And that taught me a lot about how developers consume technology, the different channels that they're involved in, and the different tools that they need in order to succeed, and the different, you know, all the peripheral experience, that makes marketing really, really great. And it's not about what you're selling to somebody; it's making your product shine and making the experience shine, making them ensure that it's a really, really easy and frictionless experience. You know, I like how [Donald Bacon 00:08:00] says it; he calls it, like, mean time to hello world, and that to me is the best kind of marketing, right? When you enable people to succeed very, very quickly.Corey: Yeah, there's something to be said for the ring of authenticity and the rest. Periodically I'll promote guest episodes on this, where it's a sponsored episode where people get up and they talk about what they're working on. And they're like, “Great. So, here's the sales pitch I want to give,” and it's no you won't because first, it won't work. And secondly, I'm sorry, whether it's a promoted episode or not, I will not publish something that isn't good because I have a reputation to uphold here.And people run into challenges an awful lot when they're trying to effectively tell their story. If you have a startup that was founded by an engineer, for example, as so many of these technical startups were, the engineer is often so deeply and profoundly in love with this problem space and the solution and the rest, but if they talk about that, no one cares about the how. I mean, I fix AWS bills, and people don't care—as a general rule—how I do that at all if they're in my target market. They don't care if it's through clever optimization, amazing tooling, doing it on-site, or taking hostages in Seattle. They care about their outcome much more than they ever do about the how.The only people who care about the how are engineers who very often are going to want to build it themselves, or work for you, or start a competitor. And it doesn't resonate in quite the same way. It's weird because all these companies are in slightly different spaces; all of them tend to do slightly different things—or very different things—but so many of the challenges that I see in the way that they're articulating what they do to customers rhymes with one another.Sharone: Yeah. So, I agree completely that developers will talk often about how it works. How it works. How does it work under the hood? What are the bits and bytes, you know?Like, nobody cares about how it works. People care about how will this make my life better, right? How will this improve my life? How will this change my life? [laugh]. As an operations engineer, if I'm, you know, crunching through logs, how will this tool change that? What my days look like? What will my on-call rotation look like? What will—you know, how are you changing my life for the better?So, I think that that's the question. When you learn how to crystallize the answer to that question and you hit it right on the mark—you know, and it takes a long time to understand the market, and to understand the buying persona, and t—and there's so much that you have to do in the background, and so much research you have to do to understand who is that person that needs to have that question answered? But once you do and you crystallize that answer, it lands. And that's the fun part about marketing, really trying to understand the person who's going to consume your product and how you can help them understand that you will make their life better.Corey: Back when I was starting out as a consultant myself, I would tell stories that I had seen in the AWS billing environment, and I occasionally had clients reach out to me, “Hey, why don't you tell our story in public?” It's, “Because that wasn't your story. That was something I saw on six different accounts in the same month. It is something that everyone is feeling.” It's, people think that you're talking about them.So, with that particular mindset on this, without naming specific companies, what themes are you seeing emerging? What are companies getting wrong when they are attempting and failing to market effectively to developers?Sharone: So, exactly what we're talking about in terms of the product pitch, in that they're talking at developers from this kind of marketing speak and this business language that, you know, developers often—you know, unless a company does a really, really good job of translating, kind of, the business value—which they should do, by the way—to engineers, but oftentimes, it's a little bit far from them in the chain, and so it's very hard for them to understand the business fluff. If you talk to them in bits and bytes of this is what my day-to-day developer workflow looks like and if we do these things, it'll cut down the time that I'm working on these things, it'll make these things easier, it'll help streamline whatever processes that are difficult, remove these bottlenecks, and help them understand, like I said, how it improves their life.But the things that I've seen breakdown is also in the authenticity, right? So obviously, the world is built on a lot of the same gimmicks and it's just a matter of whether you're doing it right or not, right? So, there's so much content out there and webcasts and webinars, and I don't know what and podcasts and whatever it is, but a lot of the time, people, their most valuable asset is their time. And if you end up wasting their time, without it being, like, really deeply valuable—if you're going to write content, make sure that there is a valuable takeaway; if you're going to create a webinar, make sure that somebody learned something. That if they're investing their time to join your marketing activities, make sure that they come away with something meaningful and then they'll really appreciate you.And it's the same idea behind the whole DevOpsDays movement with the law of mobility and open spaces that people if they find value, they'll join this open space and they'll participate meaningfully and they'll be a part of your event, and they'll come back to your event from year to year. But if you're not going to provide that tangible value that somebody takes away, and it's like, okay, well, I can practically apply this in my specific tech stack without using your tool, without having to have this very deterministic or specific kind of tech stack that they're talking about. You want to give people something—or even if it is, but even how to do it with or without, or giving them, like, kind of practical tools to try it. Or if there's an open-source project that they can check out first, or some kind of lean utility that gives them a good indication of the value that this will give them, that's a lot more valuable, I think. And practically understandable to somebody who wants to eventually consume your product or use your products.Corey: The way that I see things, at least in the past couple of years, the pandemic has sharpened an awful lot of the messaging that needs to happen. Because in most environments, you're sitting at a DevOpsDays in the front row or whatnot, and it's time for the sponsor talks and someone gets up and starts babbling and wasting your time, most people are not going to get up and leave. Okay, they will in Israel, but in most places, they're not going to get up and leave, whereas in pandemic land, it's you are one tab away from something I actually want—Sharone: Exactly.Corey: To be doing, so if you become even slightly boring, it's not going to go well. So, you have to be on message, you have to be on point or no one cares. People are like, “Oh, well what if we say the wrong thing and people wind up yelling about us on Twitter?” It's like unless it is for something horrifying, you should be so lucky because people are then talking about you. The failure mode isn't that people don't like your product, it's no one talks about it.Sharone: Yeah. No such thing as bad publicity [crosstalk 00:14:32] [laugh]—Corey: Oh, there very much is such a thing is bad publicity. Like, “I could be tweeting about your product most days,” is apparently a version of that, according to some folks. But it's a hard problem to solve for. And one of the things that continually surprises me is the things I'm still learning about this entire industry. The reason that people sponsor this show—and the rates they pay, to be direct—have little bearing to the actual size of the audience—as best we can tell; lies, damn lies, and podcast statistics; if you're listening to this, let me know. I'd love to know if anyone listens to this nonsense—but when you see all of that coming out, why are we able to charge the rates that we do?It's because the long-term value of someone who is going to buy a long-term subscription or wind up rolling out something like ChaosSearch or whatnot that is going to be a fundamental tenet of their product, one prospect becoming a customer pays for anything, I can sell a company, it will sponsor—they can pay me to sponsor for the next ten years, as opposed to the typical mass-market audience where well, I'm here to sling Casper mattresses today or something. It's a different audience and there's a different perception there. People are starting to figure out the value of—in an age where tracking is getting harder and harder to do and attribution will drive you nuts, instead of go where your audience is. Go where the people who care about the problem that you have and will experience that problem are going to hang out. And it always is wild to me to see companies missing out on that.It's, “Okay, so you're going to do a $25 million billboard ad in spotted in airports around the world talking about your company… but looking at your billboard, it makes no sense. I don't understand what it's there for.” Even as a brand awareness play, it fails because your logo is tiny in the corner or something. It's you spent that much money on ads, and maybe a buck on messaging because it seems like with all that attention you just bought, you had nothing worthwhile to say. That's the cardinal sin to me at least.Sharone: Yeah. One thing that I found—and back to our community circuit and things that we've done historically—but that's one thing that, you know, as a person comes from community, I've seen so much value, even from the smaller events. I mean, today, like with Covid and the pandemic and everything has changed all the equilibrium and the way things are happening. But some meetups are getting smaller, face-to-face events are getting smaller, but I've had people telling me that even from small, 30 to 40 people events, they'll go up and they'll do a talk and great, okay, a talk; everybody does talks, but it's like, kind of, the hallway track or the networking that you do after the talk and you actually talk to real users and hear their real problems and you tap into the real community. And some people will tell me like, I had four concrete leads from a 30-person meet up just because they didn't even know that this was a real challenge, or they didn't know that there was a tool that solves this problem, or they didn't understand that this can actually be achieved today.Or there's so many interesting technologies and emerging technologies. I'm privileged to be able to be at the forefront of that and discover it all, and I if I could, I would drop names of all of the awesome companies that work for me, that I work with, and just give them a shout out. But really, there's so many amazing companies doing, like, developer metrics, and all kinds of troubleshooting and failure analysis that's, like, deeply intelligent—and you're going to love this one: I have a Git replacement client apropos to your closing keynote of DevOpsDays 2015—and tapping into the communities and tapping into the real users.And sometimes, you know, it's just a matter of really understanding how developers are working, what processes look like, what workflows look like, what teams look like, and being able to architect your products and things around real use cases. And that you can only discover by really getting in front of actual users, or potential users, and learning from them and feedback loops, and that's the little core behind DevRel and developer advocacy is really understanding your actual users and your consumers, and encouraging them to you know, give you feedback and try things, and beta programs and a million things that are a lot more experiential today that help you understand what your users need, eventually, and how to actually architect that into your products. And that's the important part in terms of marketing. And it's a whole different marketing set. It's a whole different skill set. It's not talking at people, it's actually… ingesting and understanding and hearing and implementing and bringing it into your products.Corey: And it takes time. And you have to make yourself synonymous with a painful problem. And those problems are invariably very point-in-time specific. I don't give a crap about log aggregation today, but in two weeks from now, when I'm trying to chase down 18 different Lambdas function trying to figure out what the hell's broken this week, I suddenly will care very much about log aggregation. Who was that company that's in that space that's doing interesting things? And maybe it's Cribl, for example; they do a lot of stuff in that space and they've been a good sponsor. Great.I start thinking about those things in that light because it is—when I started having these problems, it sticks in your head and it resonates. And there's value and validity to that, but you're never going to be able to attribute that either, which is where people often lose their minds. Because for anything even slightly complicated—you're going to be selling things to big bank—great, good on you. Most of those customers are not going to go and spin up a trial in the dead of night. They're going to hear about you somewhere and think, “Ohh, this is interesting.”They're going to talk about a meeting, they're going to get approval, and at that point, you have long since lost any tracking opportunity there. So, the problem is that by saying it like this, as someone who is a publisher, let's be very clear here, it sounds like you're trying to justify your entire business model. I feel like that half the time, but I've been reassured by people who are experts in doing these things, like, oh, yeah, we have data on this; it's working. So, the alternative is either I accept that they're right or I sit here and arrogantly presume I know more about marketing than people who've devoted their entire careers to it. I'm not that bold. I am a white guy in tech, but not that much.Sharone: Yeah, I mean, the DevRel measurement problem is a known problem. We have people like [unintelligible 00:20:21] who have written about it. We have [Sarah Drasner 00:20:23], we have a million people that have written really, really great content about how do you really measure DevRel and the quality. And one of the things that I liked, Philipp Krenn, the dev advocate at Elastic once said in one of his talks that, you know, “If you're measuring your developer advocates on leads, you're a marketing organization. If you're measuring them on revenue, you're a sales organization. It's about reach, engagement, and awareness, and a lot of things that it's much, much harder to measure.”And I can say that, like, once upon a time, I used to try and attribute it at Cloudify. Like, I remember thinking, like, “Okay, maybe I could really track this back to, you know, the first touch that I actually had with this user.” It's really, really difficult, but I do remember, like, when we used to go out into the events and we were really active in the OpenStack community, in the DevOps community, and many other things, and I remember, like, even after events, like, you get all those lead gen emails. All I would say now is, like, “Hey, if you missed us at the booth, you know, and you want still want a t-shirt, you know, reach out and I'll ship it to you.” And some of those eventually, after we continued the relationship, and we, you know, when we were friends and community friends, six months later, when they moved to their next role at their next job, they were like, “Oh, now I have an opportunity to use Cloudify and I'm going to check it out.”And it's very long relationship that you have to cultivate. It has to be, you know, mutual. You have to be, you have to give be giving something and eventually is going to come back to you. Good deeds come back to you. So, I—that's my credo, by the way, good deeds come back to you. I believe in that and I try to live by that.Corey: This episode is sponsored in parts by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on-premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully-managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word. Don't leave managing your database to your cloud vendor because they're too busy launching another half-dozen managed databases to focus on any one of them that they didn't build themselves. Instead, work with the experts over at EnterpriseDB. They can save you time and money, they can even help you migrate legacy applications—including Oracle—to the cloud. To learn more, try BigAnimal for free. Go to biganimal.com/snark, and tell them Corey sent you.Corey: So, I have one last question for you and it is pointed and the reason I buried it this deep in the episode is so that if I open with it, I will get letters and I'm hoping to get fewer of them. But I met you, again, at DevOpsDays Tel Aviv, and it was glorious. And then you said, “This is fun. Come help me organize it next year.”And I, like an idiot said, “Sure, that sounds awesome because I love going to conferences and it's great. So, what's involved?” “Oh, a whole bunch of meetings.” “Okay, great.” “And planning”—things I'm terrible at—“Okay.” And then the big day finally arrives where, “Great, when do we get to get on stage and tell a story?” Like, “That's the neat part. We don't.” So, I have to ask, given that it is all behind-the-scenes work that is fairly thankless unless you really screw it up because then it's very visible, what is the point of being so involved in the community?Sharone: Wow, that's a big question, Corey.Corey: It really is.Sharone: [laugh].Corey: Because you've been involved in community for a long time and you're very good at it.Sharone: It's true. It's true. Appreciate it, thank you. So, for me, first of all, I enjoy, kind of, the people aspect of it, absolutely. And that people aspect of it actually has played out in so many different ways.Corey: Oh, you mean great people, and also me.Sharone: [laugh]. Particularly you, Corey, and we will bring you back. [laugh]. And we will make sure you chop wood and carry water because eventually it'll fill your soul, you'll see. [laugh] one of the things that really I have had the privilege and honor, and having come out of, like, kind of all my community work is really the network I've built and the people that I've met.And I've learned so much and I've grown so much, but I've also had the opportunity to connect people, connect things that you wouldn't imagine, un—seemingly-related things. So, there are so many friends of mine that have grown up with me in this community, it's been already ten years now, and a lot of folks have now been going on to new adventures and are looking to kickstart their new startup and I can connect them to this investor, I can connect them to this other person who is maybe a good, you know, partner for their startup, and hiring opportunities, and something—I've had this, like, privilege of kind of being able to connect Israel to the outer world and other things and the global kind of community, and also bring really intelligent folks into the community. And this has just created this amazing flywheel of opportunity that I'm really happy to be at the center of. And I think I've grown as a person, I think our community has grown, has learned, and there's a lot of value in that, I think, yeah. We got to meet wonderful folks like you, Corey. [laugh].Corey: It has its moments. Again, you're one of those rarities in that it's almost become a trope in VC land where VCs always like, “How may I be useful?” And it's this self-serving transparent thing. Every single time you have deigned to introduce me to someone, it's been a productive conversation and I'm always glad I took the meeting. That is no small thing.A lot of people say, “I'm good at community,” which is sort of cover for, “I'm not good at anything,” but in your case, it—Sharone: [laugh]. [I'm an entrepreneur 00:24:48].—Corey: Is very much not true. Oh, yeah. I'm a big believer that ‘entrepreneur' and ‘hero' and other terms like that are things people call you; you don't call yourself that. It always feels weird for, “Oh, he's an entrepreneur.” It's like, that's a pretty lofty word for shitposting, but okay, we'll roll with it.It doesn't work that way. You've clearly invested long-term in a building reputation for yourself by building a name for yourself in the space, and I know that whenever you reach out to me as a result, you are not there to waste my time or shill some bullshit. It is always something that is going to, even if I don't love every aspect of it or agree with the core of the message you're sending, great, it is never not going to be worth my time, which is why I'm so glad I got the chance to talk to you this show.Sharone: I appreciate that. It's something that I really believe in, I don't want to waste people's time and I really only will connect folks or only really will reach out to someone if I do think that there's something meaningful for both sides. It's never only what's in it for me, also. I also want to make sure that there's something in it for the other person and it's something that makes sense and it's meaningful for both sides. I've had the opportunity of meeting such interesting folks, and sometimes it's just like, “You must meet. [laugh]. You will love each other.” You will have so much to do together or it's so much collaboration opportunity.And so yeah, I really am that type of person. And I'll even say from a personal perspective, you know, I know a lot of people, and I've even been asked from the flip side, “Okay, is this a toxic manager? Or is this a, you know, a good hire? Is this”—and I tried to provide really authentic input so people make the right decisions, or make, you know, the right contacts, or make—and that's something I really value. And I managed to build trust with a lot of really great folks—Corey: And also me—Sharone: —and it's come back to me, also. And—[laugh] and particularly you, again. [laugh].Corey: If people want to learn more about how you see the world and the space and otherwise bask in your wisdom, where's the best place to find you?Sharone: So, I'm on Twitter as @shar1z, which is SharoneZ. Basically, everyone thinks it's such a smart, or I don't know what, like, or an esoteric screen name. And I'm like, no, it's just my name, I just—the O-N-E is… the one. [laugh].So yes, shar1z on Twitter, but also my website, rtfmplease.dev, you can reach out, there's a contact form there. You can find me on the web anywhere—LinkedIn. Reach out, I answer almost all my DMs when I can. It's very rare that I don't answer DMs. Maybe there'll be a slight lag, but I do. And I really do like when folks reach out to me. I do like it when people try and make contact.Corey: And you can also be found, of course, wherever find DevOps products are sold, on stage apparently.Sharone: [laugh]. The DevOps community, that's right. @TLVCommunity, @DevOpsDaysTLV—don't out me. All those are—yes, those are also handles that I run on Twitter, it's true.Corey: Excellent.Sharone: So, when you see them all retweeting the same tweet, yes, it's happening within same five minutes, it's me.Corey: Oh, that would have made it way easier to go viral. My God, I should have just thought of that earlier.Sharone: [laugh].Corey: Thank you so much for your time. I appreciate it.Sharone: Thank you, Corey, for having me. It's been a privilege and honor being on your show and I really do think that you are doing wonderful things in the cloud space. You're teaching us, and we're all learning, and you—keep up the good work.Corey: Well, thank you. I appreciate that.Sharone: I also want to add that on proposed marketing and whatever, I do actually listen to all of your openings of all of your shows because they're not fluffy and I like that you do, like, kind of a deep explanation, a deep technical explanation of what your sponsoring product does, and it gives a lot more insight into why is this important. So, I think you're doing that right. So, anybody who's sponsoring this show, listen. Corey knows what he's doing.Corey: Well, thank you. I appreciate that. Yay, “I know what I'm doing.” That one's going in the testimonial kit. My God.Sharone: [laugh]. That's the name of this episode, “Corey knows what he's doing.”Corey: We're going to roll with it, you know. No take-backsies. Sharone Zitzman, Chief Manual Reader at RTFM Please. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review of your podcast platform of choice, or if it's on the YouTubes smash the like and subscribe buttons, whereas if you've hated this show, exact same thing—five-star review wherever you happen to find it, smash both the buttons—but also leave an insulting comment telling me that I'm completely wrong which then devolves into an 18-page diatribe about exactly how your nonsense, bullshit product is built and works.Sharone: [laugh].Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

The Bechdel Cast

This week, friendly ghosts Caitlin and Jamie discuss Casper and remind you to listen to Jamie's limited series, Ghost Church! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghost-church-by-jamie-loftus/id1619557591 (This episode contains spoilers) For Bechdel bonuses, sign up for our Patreon at patreon.com/bechdelcast. Follow @BechdelCast, @caitlindurante and @jamieloftusHELP on Twitter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Live On 4 Legs: The Live Pearl Jam Experience
Episode 184: Casper, WY - 6/16/1995

Live On 4 Legs: The Live Pearl Jam Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 90:38


For the entire month of June, we are digging in to a collection of shows that may have gotten lost throughout the shuffle over the years. Why? Because it is the only time that Pearl Jam had ever played in the states we're covering. First up is Casper, Wyoming. Not at all a hot bed for music fans. But Pearl Jam on their quest to reject Ticketmaster venues had a limited amount of options to turn to. With the original show being set up in Boise, Idaho, another OTOTO state, Wyoming ended up being the home to the kick off of an incredibly memorable 1995 tour. We'll have some fun with this one. On the YouTube video for this show, there is a section where a guy named James Lane is seen in a van and explains that after the show they're going to be broadcasting a show on pirate radio. This of course is Monkeywrench Radio, something that Ed broadcasted for the entirety of the 1995 tour on the road. We'll talk about that era and why this caused a divide within the band. We'll also get into some of the performances including the live debut of Long Road, Corduroy, Why Go, Not For You, Immortality and Blood. Visit the Concertpedia - http://liveon4legs.com Donate - http://patreon.com/liveon4legs

Two Bland Gays ™
TBG #42 - Oh Girl, That's Poopy...

Two Bland Gays ™

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 53:28


Hi Gay! It's June, so it's officially Pride Month! This week Kevin and Justin discuss all things...GAY. From Pride Parades to kink shaming some kinks, we touch it all. And girl, that's poopy...Tiger King signs a prenup, we call bullshit on Amber Heard and Kevin...SOBERS UP?? Find the mattress to win over the Witcher with CASPER!Use the link below to get FREE SHIPPING on your new favorite mattress! Also save on Sheets, Jammies, Pet Beds & More! You're gonna love it as much as Henry doesJoin the Casper Gang - Click Here to ShopEnjoyed this episode? Don't forget to share with your pals and follow us on Instagram @TwoBlandGaysSupport the show

The Real Question
Stop Motion

The Real Question

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 45:48


Sarah Steinberg is passionate about making stop motion animation. It's so satisfying, she could easily spend hours at a time working a single project. But Sarah also lives with rheumatoid arthritis, which makes her art practice difficult and often quite painful. This worries a lot of her friends, they don't understand why she insists on having a hobby that's so hard on her body. How does Sarah explain to them why it feels worth it?With help from the Lin-Manuel Miranda episode of Song Explorer and an episode of Sherlock, Sarah and Casper explore the balance between passion and pain, and what it means to to love someone with a disability.Check out Sarah's amazing work here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Friendly Competition
Group C Best Ghost

Friendly Competition

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 31:08


Nick and Cody are in charge of rating movies now, we start with the movie from The Ring. Also we teach you how to earn your ghost fathers love and respect. 2. Field of Dreams Ghosts v 15.Casper 7. Beetlejuice v 10. Samara Follow us at: https://www.facebook.com/friendlycomppod/ https://twitter.com/friendlycomppod https://www.instagram.com/friendlycomppod/ https://twitter.com/codynat_20 Email: Friendlycompetitionpodcast@gmail.com

Coaching for Leaders
582: How to Compare Yourself to Others, with Mollie West Duffy

Coaching for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 38:54


Mollie West Duffy: Big Feelings Mollie West Duffy is an expert in organizational design, development, and leadership coaching. She previously was an organizational design lead at global innovation firm IDEO. She's helped advise and coach leaders and founders at companies including Casper, Google, LinkedIn, Bungalow, and Slack. She's experienced in designing talent processes and systems, as well as organizational structures and behaviors, cultural values, and learning and development programs. She's written for Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Quartz, and other digital outlets. She co-founded the Capital Good Fund, Rhode Island's first microfinance fund. She is the co-author with Liz Fosslien of the Wall Street Journal bestseller No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work and now their second book Big Feelings: How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay*. We've all heard the well-intended advice that we should not compare ourselves to others. In this conversation, Mollie and I explore why that almost impossible to do and how we can instead cooperate a bit more with the inevitable and make our comparisons more useful. We highlight some of the key ways that comparison and help us and where leaning in may actually be useful in your own happiness and development. Key Points It's a myth that the less you compare yourself to others, the better. Often, the opposite is true: we don't compare ourselves enough. We tend to compare our weaknesses to other people's strengths. Finding ways to curate our inputs is often much more useful. Shifting from malicious envy to benign envy is helpful. Thoughts such as “I'm inspired by what they've done…” or “I haven't done what they've done…yet,” can move us to a healthier place. We see the best of people on social media. It's helpful to piece together the missing footage by comparing some of the nitty gritty. Compare present you against past you. Resources Mentioned Big Feelings: How To Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay* by Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy How to Manage Your Anger at Work by Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy Interview Notes Download my interview notes in PDF format (free membership required). Related Episodes Four Steps to Get Unstuck and Embrace Change, with Susan David (episode 297) What to Do With Your Feelings, with Lori Gottlieb (episode 438) How to Reduce Burnout, with Jennifer Moss (episode 561) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic.

Athletico Mince
The McClaren Collection Vol. 3

Athletico Mince

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 47:08


Here's more of Steve and Casper's crazy antics from episode 45 to 83… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/athleticomince.

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
Wisdom: Snape's Grudge (Book 3, Chapter 14)

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 48:03


Vanessa and Matt are joined by very special guest Casper ter Kuile to explore the theme of Wisdom in Chapter Fourteen of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban! This week they discuss increased security measures at Hogwarts, a timely piece of sage advice from Hagrid, and the teeny tiny delivery owls. Throughout the episode we consider the question: how can we combine our lived experiences and personal knowledge wisely?Thank you to Madi for this week's voicemail! Next week we're reading Chapter 15, The Quidditch Final, through the theme of Triumph. You can learn more about Casper's new project here! --It's two sickles to join S.P.E.W., and only two dollars to join our Patreon for extra bloopers every week! Please consider helping us fill our Gringotts vault so we can continue to make this show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Lore
Episode 199: Cutting Ties

Lore

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 31:05


One of the most brutal and notorious unsolved murders in American history is also the seed that grew into its own fair share of folklore. How that affected the lives of those who survived is half the story. This episode of Lore was sponsored by: Athletic Greens: Reclaim your health and arm your immune system with convenient, daily nutrition. Receive a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D, and 5 FREE travel packs, with your first purchase, at AthleticGreens.com/LORE. Squarespace: Build your own powerful, professional website, with free hosting, zero patches or upgrades, and 24/7 award-winning customer support. Start your free trial website today at Squarespace.com/lore, and when you make your first purchase, use offer code LORE to save 10%. Casper: From bedding, bed frames, and even a dog bed, Casper has everything to build the dream bedroom—for every kind of sleeper. Visit Casper.com to get $100 off select mattresses by using the offer code HISTORY100. Terms and conditions apply. Lore Resources:  Episode Music: lorepodcast.com/music  Episode Sources: lorepodcast.com/sources  All the shows from Grim & Mild: www.grimandmild.com ©2022 Aaron Mahnke. All rights reserved. Access premium content!: https://www.patreon.com/lorepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
Independence: Gryffindor Versus Ravenclaw (Book 3, Chapter 13)

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 47:56


Vanessa and Matt explore the theme of Independence in Chapter Thirteen of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban! This week they discuss sports(!!!), Neville's exile, and the pros and cons of Hermione's current lack of dependence on the boys. Throughout the episode we consider the question: to what extent does independence truly exist in our interconnected lives and relationships?Thank you to Stephanie for this week's voicemail! Next week we're reading Chapter 14, Snape's Grudge, through the theme of Wisdom - with our ever-so-special guest host Casper ter Kuile!!--It's two sickles to join S.P.E.W., and only two dollars to join our Patreon for extra bloopers every week! Please consider helping us fill our Gringotts vault so we can continue to make this show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Snacks Daily

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