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Couch Company Podcast
67. Billy Bob's VR Stair Experience

Couch Company Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 113:24


This week: Jon and Tyler bridge the gap between self-gratification and baseball while discussing the latest TV shows and video games. (00:00:53) Coming to Our Senses (00:04:00) Pure Evil Essay Request (00:08:36) Rings of Power and House of the Dragon (00:15:07) IMDB Movie List (00:19:46) She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (00:22:08) Cyberpunk: Edgerunners (00:43:48) Jon's Dreamy Baseball Story (00:52:23) Tyler's League of Legends Career (00:53:58) Jon's War on Chipmunks (and Farmers) (01:00:10) Sex on Stairs (01:04:44) iPhone 14 Pro and the Evolution of Everything (01:13:23) Keyboard Update: Norse and Blurple (01:16:01) Steam Deck (01:20:07) Google Stadia Shutting Down (01:21:18) Treating Orcs Poorly (01:27:40) Cheaper by the Dozen's Tom Welling (01:31:15) Game: Splatoon 3 (01:44:08) Game: Survivor.io (01:46:22) Game: Tinykin (01:49:09) Game: Mothergunship: Forge

Valuetainment Podcast
Elon Musk Exposing NASA - Why Entrepreneurs Do It Better, Cheaper & Faster

Valuetainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 5:04


In today's video, Patrick Bet-David discusses the power of capitalism and why private enterprise is far better than government agencies. Check out the new home for all things Valuetainment! https://valuetainment.com Recommended Video: 10 Reasons To Love Capitalism: https://youtu.be/Al-B8ZMz4DM To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: info@valuetainment.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/valuetainment/support

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
125. First Planetary Defense Test, Faster Cheaper Gene Sequencing, United Airlines' $1 Billion Bet

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 34:50


Show Notes: Google Fiber Revs Up Its Multi-Gig Speeds to 20Gbps in Newest Field Test |  CNET (01:29)  Google Fiber CEO Dinni Jain announced Tuesday via blog post that 20 gigs is coming, The company achieved a 20.2Gbps download speed in a field test in Kansas City Google Fiber currently offers two plan options: 1-gigabit download speeds for $70 per month and a 2-gig plan for $100 monthly.  cheapest 2Gbps plan among major internet providers CNET reached out to a Google Fiber spokesperson, and was told that more information will be on the way in the coming weeks. No word yet on pricing or when to expect the plan to be available to customers. A 25Gbps speed tier from EPB costs around $1,500 per month According to Google Fiber's CEO this is just the beginning: “In the coming months, we'll have announcements to dramatically expand our multi-gigabit tiers. These will be critical milestones on our journey to 100 Gig symmetrical internet." NASA crashes DART spacecraft into asteroid in world's 1st planetary defense test | Space.com (06:45) For the first time in history, a spacecraft from Earth has crashed into an asteroid to test a way to save our planet from extinction.  Spacecraft: NASA's Double Asteroid Rendezvous Test (DART) probe Asteroid: Dimorphos, 7 million miles (11 million kilometers) from Earth The goal of the mission was to change the orbit of the space rock around its larger asteroid parent Didymos . Trying to test if humanity could deflect a dangerous asteroid if one was headed for Earth. Elena Adams, DART's mission systems engineer, said that “our first planetary defense test was a success”   The golf cart-sized DART (1,320 pounds) spacecraft slammed into the asteroid at 14,000 mph. Would be enough to move the 534-foot-wide (163 meters) Dimorphos a bit faster (10 minutes faster) in its orbit around its parent.  Poses no risk of changing the binary system's orbit to come anywhere near Earth.  The DART mission is the first demonstration of what NASA calls a "kinetic impactor" for planetary defense: crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid to change its orbit. Basic method to protect the Earth if a potentially dangerous asteroid were spotted five or 10 years before a prospective impact.  Angela Stickle, the leader of DART's impact working group, said the team's simulations and models suggest the spacecraft would likely create a crater up to 65 feet (20 m) wide.  Images Show Huge Plume of Debris as NASA Probe Smashes Asteroid  A vast network of ground-based telescopes were trained on the event and will be following the binary Didymos-Dimorphos system over time to see how much faster Dimorphos is now moving in its orbit.  The Era of Fast, Cheap Genome Sequencing Is Here | WIRED (13:35) At an industry event in San Diego today, genomics behemoth Illumina unveiled what it calls its fastest, most cost-efficient sequencing machines yet, the NovaSeq X series. Illumina controls around 80 percent of the DNA sequencing market globally The company believes its new technology will slash the cost to just $200 per human genome while providing a readout at twice the speed. Currently costs $600 for scientists to perform sequencing Sequence 20,000 genomes per year; its current machines can do about 7,500 Francis deSouza, Illumina's CEO, states:  “As we look to the next decade, we believe we're entering the era of genomic medicine going mainstream. To do that requires the next generation of sequencers … We need price points to keep coming down to make genomic medicine and genomic tests available much more broadly.” Stacey Gabriel, chief genomics officer at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, states they have been “waiting for this for a long time.” She continues to talk about the benefits of the new tech: “With greatly reduced costs and greatly increased speed of sequencing, we can sequence way more samples.” A major benefit of cheaper and more efficiency sequencing is increasing the diversity of genomic datasets. Different populations might have different disease-causing genetic variations that are more or less prevalent.  Additionally, by sequencing more genes you can compare and contrast the genetic sequences of a healthy individual and a disordered individual. Allows researchers to see the nuances in their genetic makeup.  Illumina's new system will cost around $1 million, about the same as its existing machines.  The high price tag is a key reason they're not yet common in smaller labs and hospitals, or in rural regions. Startup Says It Can Store 100TB in Nintendo-Like Cartridges | Futurism (20:24) A startup called Folio Photonics is attempting to take over the archival storage market, one Nintendo-ish cartridge at a time. Storage types like tapes, and hard disks are favored by enterprise-scale archiving purposes. Folio claims to offer a cost-effective, incredibly high-performing optical alternative to tapes, hard disks, and DNA storage Just one of their oddly-shaped, multi-layered cartridges can allegedly fit 100 terabytes of data.  100,000 gigabytes, which is nearly three times the storage of the densest Blu-Ray disk CEO Steven Santamaria explains how their tech can hold this much data: “Traditional Blu-ray discs are three or four layers and have been for 20 years (the Archival disc achieves 6 layers by having 3-layers on both sides) ... Our first product will be 8 layers per side, meaning we will have a 16 layer double sided disc." Additionally, the company claims their storage device, unlike hard drive and tape storage,  is "impervious" to electromagnetic disruption, damage from radiation or saltwater, and extreme temperatures  We will end off with more of the CEO talking about the tech: “Our talented engineering team has pioneered a fresh approach to optical storage that overcomes historical constraints and puts unheard of cost, cybersecurity and sustainability benefits within reach … With these advantages, Folio Photonics is poised to reshape the trajectory of archive storage." Why United Airlines is betting $1 billion on flying cars | Emerging Tech Brew (25:12) Investors, startups, and aviation bigwigs have all put billions of dollars toward making that vision a reality with electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) ventures. United Airlines being one of them The company has been an investor in California-based Archer Aviation since the startup was preparing to go public via SPAC in 2021 and also reached a $1 billion deal to buy Archer's eVTOLs last February. An option to purchase an additional $500 million of aircraft.  Archer is building a four-passenger electric aircraft and aims to get it certified by the FAA for use in the US by the end of 2024. This past September, United agreed to buy 200 eVTOL aircraft from Eve Air Mobility. Why are they doing this? Mike Leskinen, president of United Airlines Ventures, told Emerging Tech Brew: “It's about making our airline the airline that customers choose to fly  … A) We want to innovate. And we want to provide that to our customers first B) We have the footprint—the geographic footprint—that makes us the right player C) It decarbonizes that trip to the airport. This is not taking regional aircraft out of the skies, but it is taking cars off the road, many of which will be burning gasoline” eVTOLs could change the way we travel in the long term, with the nearer-term use case of replacing helicopters and serving as a way to get from an urban center to an airport faster. CEO Leskinen talks on the pricing of these eVTOL rides: “They're going to be expensive at first … As you build this product, as you certify this product, there are going to be massive economies of scale. And the cost is going to come down rapidly, to the point where I see a world where—because you get so much more utility out of the aircraft—the cost is no more than using an Uber X. But initially it's going to look like an Uber Black.” The challenging part will be building the infrastructure for air taxis, the “vertiports, ” which could  resemble helipads with charging stations.

The DYOJO Podcast
They Hired a Cheaper Contractor?!

The DYOJO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 4:50


What Contractor Isn't Familiar With This Frustrating Story... A contractor takes a call for service from a new client. After a brief conversation, they set up a time to inspect the customer's home. The contractor drives to the worksite (30 minutes*). While onsite the contractor spends 30-60 minutes* discussing the project with the customer, performing a detailed inspection of the conditions, taking measurements, documenting scope items, and listening to what the customer wants to have completed. The contractor drives back to their shop (30 minutes*). The contractor spends at least 30-60 minutes* researching products, creating an estimate with sufficient scope and cost details to reflect the vision of the customer and sends that to them for review. After a day or two the contractor follows up with the customer, there is a delay in response, and finally the customer notifies them that while they appreciate all of the details the contractor provided they were able to hire someone who could do the work for significantly cheaper. Is this just a "cost of doing business" or is there a BETTER WAY? Episode 91 of The DYOJO Podcast will be part 2 of a discussion that we started in Episode 90 on whether contractors should charge for their estimates. For Episode 91 we will continue to review various approaches by construction professionals including providing FREE estimates, getting contracts signed prior to dispatch, using a Letter of Intent (LOI), or other means. At the end of the day, the contractor does well to develop and consistently follow a thorough screening process for all new clients so that they know what they are committing themselves to. If the contractor does not value their own time, NO ONE ELSE WILL. In this video promo for Episode 91 of The DYOJO Podcast: 0:00 Customers using a contractor's estimate to hire someone cheaper 0:50 Using a Letter of Intent (LOI) to screen customers 1:40 The 4 Modes of Profitability for Contractors (C&R Magazine) 2:35 Pricing feedback for restoration contractors (Cleanfax video clip) - this is a standalone video that will NOT be in the podcast episode. Watch the full 5 minute video on the ISSA Media / Cleanfax Magazine Take 5 with Jeff Cross platform 3:55 A breakdown of the cost of wasted time for contractors Thursdays are for The DYOJO Podcast - helping contractors shorten their DANG learning curve for personal and professional development. Thank You To Our Sponsors: The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is a professional certification and standard-development non-profit organization for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries. Advocate Claim Service was founded to provide policyholders, brokers, and attorneys with a dedicated claim professional to develop a comprehensive claim presentation strategy. Read David Princeton's column, Dear David, in C&R Magazine. Author Jon Isaacson, The Intentional Restorer, shares his two decades of professional experience to help anyone involved with, or interested in, the art of estimating to shorten their DANG learning curve for improvement. How To Suck Less At Estimating: Habits For Better Project Outcomes.

The Howie Severino Podcast
"No longer any debate that solar energy is cheaper than coal." – 29-year-old entrepreneur Leandro Leviste

The Howie Severino Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 27:55


The son of prominent politicians, Leviste dropped out of Yale University to pursue a dream: to make solar compete with fossil fuels in the Philippines. Now he wants to build the biggest solar farm in the world and make coal obsolete.

The Howie Severino Podcast
"No longer any debate that solar energy is cheaper than coal." – 29-year-old entrepreneur Leandro Leviste

The Howie Severino Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 27:55


The son of prominent politicians, Leviste dropped out of Yale University to pursue a dream: to make solar compete with fossil fuels in the Philippines. Now he wants to build the biggest solar farm in the world and make coal obsolete.

Tailosive EV Streams
Rising Supercharger Cost: Are EVs Cheaper to Roadtrip With?

Tailosive EV Streams

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 103:33


Tailosive EV Streamed: September 28th, 2022

The Flying Frisby
The end of cheap money: is this finally it for UK house prices?

The Flying Frisby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 6:26


Back in 2007 comedian Susan Murray phoned me up with a question.She was just arranging a new mortgage and she wanted to know where I thought interest rates were going. Should she get a fixed or a variable rate mortgage?I couldn't make that decision for her, of course. But I could see there were underlying problems with the economy – quite serious ones – so the safest option, if there was affordable, seemed to be a fixed-rate mortgage. In the event something goes seriously wrong in the broader economy, at least she was protected against spiralling interest rates.Susan went and fixed her mortgage at 6%. Turns out it was pretty much the top of the market for mortgage rates. They duly plunged as central banks slashed rates and then printed money following the financial crisis. She's never forgiven me. “Cost me a ruddy fortune that bloke” she always complains whenever my name comes up.Cheaper mortgages mean more expensive housesI may have seen 2008 coming – I was such a gold bug at the time – but I did not  foresee quantitative easing nor the extent to which interest rates would fall. Money got so cheap.By September 2021, barely a year ago, you could get a five-year fixed rate deal for 1.3%. It seems inconceivable today that money could be so cheap. To be fair, it seemed almost inconceivable at the time. No wonder everyone levered themselves up the eyeballs.I have long argued that, more than anything, it is cheap money that has driven up house prices. Everywhere you look the standard solution to unaffordable housing is that we need to build more, especially in and around London. But London has been a building site for a decade or more. Goodness knows how many new build flats there now are, but all that new build hasn't brought prices down. As I'm forever quoting: between 1997 and 2007 the housing stock grew by 10%, but the population only grew by 5%. If house prices were a function of supply and demand, they should have fallen slightly over this period. They didn't. They rose by more than 300%.Then you see that mortgage lending over the same period went up by 370% and you quickly realise it was newly created money that pushed up prices in a decade of loose lending, which gave birth to the national obsession that is house prices. Houses were no longer places to live, but financial assets. If you introduce new debt into a market, the higher prices will go. Look at student loans.Mortgage lending doubled again in the ten years from 2009 to 2019 and house prices rose by over 50%.Cut off the tap that is cheap money, and house prices will quickly come to levels concomitant with earnings. The two have long since been distant friends.In 1995 the house price to income ratio was below three – even in London it was only just above. Now it's seven. The average house is seven times average income. In London it's 11. And we wonder why families have got so small.Are interest rates only going one way from here?With inflation spiralling, bond rates rising and the US dollar spiking, money is suddenly not so cheap any more. And it's getting more and more expensive. The UK is not alone in this, by any means, but the problem is more acute here because our economy is so geared to house prices.The Bank of England has made an absolute mess of protecting the currency, declaring it will not hesitate, while hesitating. Rather like the way it broadcast its gold sales to the market between 1999 and 2002, thereby sending the gold price to all time lows around $250/oz, so it is now broadcasting its gilt sales and quantitative tightening – and it has sent that particular market plunging too. The announcement sparked the sharp sell-off in gilts that began the day before Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-Budget. It's as though the two departments – the Treasury and the Bank of England – don't coordinate.The trigger may have been the Bank of England's announcement, or Kwarteng's budget. Whatever. The cause is over ten years of QE, zero interest policies and all the rest of it.It's interesting through. At the first signs of panic, they started printing again. That tells us where they will go. Yesterday morning I would have said that interest rates can only going to go one way, and that means the cheap money taps that drive house prices to such unaffordable levels are now being turned off. Lenders clearly felt the same way. I gather over 900 mortgage products were removed from the market in under 24 hours. Smashing the record around 400 set during the Covid panic.But then the Bank of England started printing again.The UK housing market, particularly in and around London, has been an irrational, insatiable monster for decades. Anyone who calls the top has ended up with egg on their face. But we are levered up to the eyeballs. It's not just a matter of no more cheap money coming in. There is also the other side of the coin, something I remember from 1989-1993. People can't make their interest payments, so they start to sell. If house prices come down 10% or 15%, it's often the case that the house becomes less valuable than the debt – negative equity strikes. I really like Kwarteng's Budget. I think he has made the right choices. Cutting taxes is good. But a falling housing market, no matter how much growth there is elsewhere, will see the Tories kicked out at the next election. How do they prop up the housing market without cheap money? I'm sure they'll find a way. They always do. Or will they?If you are worried about what is going on and want to buy physical gold or silver, my recommended bullion dealer is the Pure Gold Company with whom I have an affiliation deal. More here. My guide to buying bitcoin is here:Thank you to all those who came to my lecture with funny bits, How Heavy?, last night. What a great evening. Next West End show is November 23 at Crazy Coqs - that's not a lecture, but me and the band with lots of unacceptable songs. Tickets here.The Flying Frisby is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.This article first appeared at Moneyweek. This is a public episode. 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Sleepover Cinema
Cheaper By the Dozen

Sleepover Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 50:19


A massive family utterly derailed by one man's dedication to football, “Cheaper by the Dozen” is a fever dream including a ton of white children, a barely-there yet somehow glamorous Hilary Duff, and a lot of unmitigated parental horniness.  Watch the video version of this episode here! Join our Discord server here!  We are continuing to support the National Network of Abortion Funds to support abortion-seekers in your state. If you're in Ohio, you can make a donation here. We're also linking here to The Yellowhammer Fund, servicing Alabama, Mississippi, and the deep south. Check out our merch shop here!  Follow Sleepover Cinema on Instagram here! Follow Hannah and Audrey on Instagram here! Sleepover Cinema TikTok Sleepover Cinema Facebook Sleepover Cinema Twitter More about Too Pink Productions For more details on this episode, go to www.evergreenpodcasts.com/sleepover-cinema! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Highlights from Lunchtime Live
Cheaper rent and higher salaries make emigrating 'more attractive'

Highlights from Lunchtime Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 12:41


Despite all the doom and gloom about the cost of living in Ireland, the number of Irish people returning to the Emerald Isle is at its highest level since 2007. On the other hand, there is an almost equal number of Irish people emigrating in search of a better life, with 28,300 leaving during the same period. Andrea was joined by Rebecca Roche who recently moved to New York, Patricia who moved home to Ireland after living in France and Denise, who is making the move Australia soon..

WIRED Business – Spoken Edition
California Voted for Cheaper Uber Rides. It May Have Hurt Drivers

WIRED Business – Spoken Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 9:12 Very Popular


Uber and Lyft spent millions promoting a controversial ballot measure. A new study suggests it has lowered driver wages.

Marketplace Morning Report
A part of Medicare for seniors actually gets … cheaper?

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 7:40


We try to explain why some Medicare premiums are actually going down. Explosions on the Nord Stream pipeline have some suspecting sabotage. We check in on the state of the SNAP program as the White House talks hunger and nutrition today.

Alan Jones Daily Comments
Sydneysiders flock to cheaper servos as price hike looms

Alan Jones Daily Comments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 4:25


The temporary cut to the fuel excise has come to an end with warnings petrol prices are about to rise.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marketplace All-in-One
A part of Medicare for seniors actually gets … cheaper?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 7:40


We try to explain why some Medicare premiums are actually going down. Explosions on the Nord Stream pipeline have some suspecting sabotage. We check in on the state of the SNAP program as the White House talks hunger and nutrition today.

Ben Fordham: Highlights
Sydneysiders flock to cheaper servos as price hike looms

Ben Fordham: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 4:25


The temporary cut to the fuel excise has come to an end with warnings petrol prices are about to rise.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Food Heals
387: How to Reverse Baldness Naturally with a Hair Transplant: It's Cheaper and Easier Than You Think with Solopreneur Hour Host Michael O'Neal

Food Heals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 62:03


For many of us, our hair is an integral part of our identity. Imagine a drummer who was a member of hair bands in his youth facing rapid hair loss in his early 50's. That was Solopreneur Hour Host's Michael O'Neals' story before he flew all the way to Turkey to have a hair transplant.   While pharmaceutical solutions for hair loss do exist, they can have debilitating side effects such as erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, swelling in face, arms, hands, legs, or feet, dizziness,headaches, skin rashes, hives, and even male breast cancer   Hair transplantation on the other hand uses your own hair follicles to regrow hair on your scalp in combination with techniques like PRP (platelet-rich plasma) which uses your bodys' own own healing system to repair itself.   In today's episode of Food heald we will hear the riveting story of Michael's trip to Istanbul and a natural way to regrow hair using your own hair follicles - without drugs without harsh side effects and how you can go from balding to a beautiful head of new hair too!   Dr. Emrah Cinik: EmrahCinik.com Watch the Youtube video of Michael's experience. Check out The Solopreneur Hour Podcast at SolopreneurHour.com Check out Michael's  course, The Art of the Interview at  www.ArtofTheInterview.co. Follow Michael On Instagram at @SoloHour   Thank You to Our Sponsors!   Thrive Causemetics Thrive Causemetics was born out of a friendship. Makeup artist and product developer, Karissa Bodnar, lost her dear friend Kristy to cancer at just 24 years old. Kristy's compassionate and vivacious spirit inspired Karissa to establish Thrive Causemetics, a beauty brand and philosophy that goes beyond skin deep by empowering women. No parabens, sulfates, or phthalates. Certified 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Right now, you can get 15% off your first order when you visit ThriveCausemetics.com/FOODHEALS   Organifi Organifi, is a line of organic superfood blends that offers plant based nutrition made with high quality ingredients. Organifi takes pride in offering the best tasting superfood products on the market at a price that works out to less than $3 a day. You can experience Organifi's high quality superfoods without breaking the bank. Go to www.organifi.com/foodheals and use code foodheals for 20% off your order.   True Leaf Market Since 1974 True Leaf Market has been the choice of over a million growers for Heirloom and Organic garden seeds. True Leaf Market offers a great selection of cover crop seeds, including their all purpose garden cover crop mix: their most popular cover crop seeds for home gardeners. Order Online at TrueLeafMarket.com, use promo code FH15 to save 15% on cover crop seeds.   Sambucol Sambucol is made from premium European black elderberries which are natural sources of powerful antioxidants and key vitamins like A, C, and E. They really are Nature's superberries and help support a healthy immune system! They have syrups, gummies, chewable tablets, drink powders, capsules, and more. All of their products are vegan - except their throat lozenges which contain honey – they are all gluten free, dairy free, nut and soy free, with no artificial colors or flavors. Use my code FOODHEALS15 at SambucolUSA.com to get 15% off your order of $9.99 or more.    

On The Market
37: Cheaper, Faster, and Better for Investors: Modular Homes Make a Comeback

On The Market

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 43:07 Very Popular


Modular homes don't have the same market sentiment that traditional housing does. For many people, the thought of building a home in a factory only comes with anxiety. Decades ago, modular homes were built using cheap materials with virtually zero energy efficiency. Now, thanks to companies like Vantem, you can buy modular homes almost indistinguishable from the one built on-site right next door. But, these two home builds operate on a much different budget.To go over all the fine details, Vantem's CEO, Chris Anderson, joins us in this episode. He started building factory-finished homes after seeing how inefficient the modern-day homebuilding process was. With the help of an expert team, Vantem dramatically reduced not only material but labor costs when building these almost indestructible, massively energy-efficient homes. But modular homes seem to be the gift that keeps on giving. Even with a cheaper sales price, homeowners and landlords can see ridiculous cost savings over the life of their investment, with energy costs hitting rock bottom and environmental efficiency being so high that it's almost unheard of. Whatever your preconceived notions were about modular homes, prepare to have them changed in this episode.In This Episode We CoverMassive time and cost savings from building modular vs. traditional homesEnergy efficiency and why Vantem's modular homes are net zero almost immediately after manufacturingThe evolution of modular homes and why today's builds beat regular rental properties Why lenders, local government, and insurance companies are so pro-modular home buildingHow factory-built homes stay almost indestructible against natural disasters And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave's BiggerPockets ProfileDave's InstagramKathy's BiggerPockets ProfileKathy's InstagramBiggerPockets Podcast 593On The Market Podcast 29Learn More About Modular HomesWill 3D Printed Houses Solve the US Housing Crisis?What are the Differences Between Manufactured, Modular, and Mobile Homes?Connect with Chris:Chris' websiteCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/on-the-market-37Interested in learning more about today's sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Nicole's New and Now
NN&N - Cheaper Parking

Nicole's New and Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 0:35


Some changes are being made to Newark Internal Liberty Airport that will save you money. Listen now:

Marketing Expedition Podcast with Rhea Allen, Peppershock Media
Mentoring Youth One Talent at a Time with Sandie Jae | Marketing Expedition Podcast

Marketing Expedition Podcast with Rhea Allen, Peppershock Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 38:25


Sandie Jae is a Writer & Chief executive officer at Its All About You Talent Services. She has over 10 years of experience in writing compelling symbolic stories and books. Her role in creating more written content will add value to an audience, including assisting with screenplays and directing productions. In addition to her drive to create and connect, Sandie also heads special projects, and will further help develop and coordinate more events for creators for future collaborations. 00:00 - 00:35 “Say, Noah... Hey, Noah…” 00:36 - 00:54 Welcome to Peppershock Media's Marketing Expedition Podcast 00:55 - 02:01 Ms. Sandie Jae's background 02:02 - 09:20 Marketing Essentials Moment: Marketing Audit Process 09:21 - 11:21 Ms. Sandie Jae welcome to the show! 11:22 - 14:50 Sharing her screenwriting and film production journey 14:51 - 16:07 The challenges she fronts onto in film production 16:08 - 18:40 "Cheaper is not always better." — Ms. Sandie Jae 18:41 - 20:49 Inspiring books and poetry for the youth 20:50 - 24:26 How Ms. Sandie Jae managed to publish her books on popular platforms 24:27 - 25:16 Awesome, affordable outfits delivered to your doorstep each month from Nadine West! 25:17 - 28:41 Realizing the value of marketing strategy for her business 28:42 - 31:10 To connect and educate people 31:11 - 32:20 Helping others and walking them through the trials and tribulations 32:21 - 34:07 Reach out to Ms. Sandie 34:08 - 36:00 Ms. Sandie Jae talks about her upcoming film production, It's all about you a High School Musical 36:01 - 37:38 Thank you so much, Ms. Sandie Jae! Enjoy your Marketing journey! 37:39 - 38:25 Join The Marketing Expedition Community today! #creativity #art #creative #artist #inspiration #youthmentorship #mentoring #mentorship #filmproduction #filmmaking #filmmaker #marketingstrategies #marketing #marketingtips #advertising #branding #allaboutyoutalentservices

What Bitcoin Did
Mining Bitcoin with Nuclear Energy with Ryan MacLeod

What Bitcoin Did

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 80:11 Very Popular


“Bitcoin mining can be plugged into the existing nuclear fleet as it and shore up the economics right now, because a lot of the reactors that are being shut down are because they're not economically competitive on a grid that has a large share of wind and solar.”— Ryan MacLeodRyan MacLeod is a Bitcoiner working in the reactor research and safety programs at Canadian Nuclear Labs. In this interview, we discuss the importance and safety of nuclear energy, and how Ryan is trying to orange pill the nuclear industry by showing how Bitcoin aids the economic case. - - - - The growing consensus is that nuclear energy needs to play a critical part in providing society's energy needs. It is both a low-carbon energy source, energy-dense, and (dependent upon operation) reliable. And yet, nuclear only provides 10% of the world's energy needs, down from 18% in 1996. Whilst the IAEA forecasts only a 12% contribution by 2050 in its high-case projection.The issue to date has been the safety concerns regarding nuclear energy. High-profile accidents have clouded the public's perception of the nuclear industry and influenced anti-nuclear policies in numerous countries. The build-out of new nuclear capacity dropped significantly after Chernobyl, an accident that some feared had come close to making half of Europe uninhabitable. The reality is that Chernobyl was an accident unlike any other, which indicated the malaise of a waning superpower, rather than an industry that was inherently dangerous. Since then, reactor technology and the treatment of waste have continued to improve. We are now on the cusp of countries being able to roll out Small Modular Reactors that are cheaper, safer and more scalable than existing designs. It has the potential to revolutionize nuclear power just when we need it.And yet, the economics of nuclear energy are still challenging. High capital costs mean that nuclear facilities need to have a high capacity to make the investment worthwhile. Cheaper energy from solar and wind are adding to the complexity of the issue. There are other uses for nuclear energy that can be monetised, but these have their own specific infrastructure and operational requirements. This is where Bitcoin mining could provide a bridge. It eliminates the concept of surplus baseload generation, bolstering the economic bottom line of both old and new reactors. And it can do this from day one. So, could Bitcoin mining be the catalyst for a renaissance of the nuclear industry? If so, it will be young professionals such as Ryan MacLeod who are helping to lead the change.- - - - This episode's sponsors:Gemini - Buy Bitcoin instantlyLedn - Financial services for Bitcoin hodlersBitcasino - The Future of Gaming is herePacific Bitcoin - Bitcoin‑only event, Nov 10 & 11, 2022Ledger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware walletWasabi Wallet - Privacy by defaultTexas Blockchain Summit - Nov 17-18, 2022 | Austin, TexasBCB Group - Global digital financial Services-----WBD557 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.

Construction Brothers
Training In The 21st Century (feat. Jordan Smith)

Construction Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 43:01


If you need to learn a construction skill or train an employee on a specific skill, Jordan Smith has you covered. Jordan is the Head of Education of MT Copeland (in addition to owning and operating his own design/build firm). MT Copeland provides affordable, professional-grade video courses for specific construction skills. Jordan does several of the videos, but a whole array of specialized instructors also share what they've learned in their many years on the job.    Jordan shares how the craziness of COVID led him to head to the shed. He proceeded to turn that shed into a small custom video studio and record construction tutorials. Eventually, Jordan was hired to structure the curriculum of MT Copeland's construction videos. Now MT Copeland has over 70 hours of video instruction on their website. The content ranges from more big-picture  commercial principles to the mechanics of doing a good paint job.   Jordan has come to see that the process of training has two parts: head-knowledge insights and hands-on training. The video content that he and MT Copeland offer is designed to help with the head knowledge. Most trainees then work with practicing local contractors to get the necessary hands-on experience.     Here are some other things you'll hear in our conversation with Jordan: A discussion about one remodeler who has his crew earn “digital passports” for training on specific tasks such as properly hanging a door.  A story about a cynical Irish guy at a trade show A surprise connection between the novel Cheaper by the Dozen (the novel, not the movie) and efficiency in masonry.  Connections between proper training and employee retention–as well as some thoughts about how to deal with employees to take off after you've invested in training them.    Jordan's Megaphone moment: If you're having a hard time finding good people, it's time to be the person who produces good people. (He actually said “the onus is on you.” Yes, that is a real word, and yes, he used it properly. Check it out here if you're interested in working it into your next chat with your employees.)  Learn more about Jordan and MT Copeland: MTCopeland.com - Jordan's design-build company, Smith House, - Jordan's LinkedIn - MTCopelandmarketing: teams@mtcopeland    Find Us Online: BrosPodcast.com - LinkedIn - Instagram - Facebook - Eddie's LinkedIn - Tyler's LinkedIn If you enjoy the podcast, please rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to us! Thanks for listening! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Property Profits Real Estate Podcast
Housing Is Actually Cheaper Than You Think with Jason Hartman

Property Profits Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 28:49


People here and there are freaking out these days, saying housing is so expensive nowadays. Well yes, they're right, if we compare it with how things have been in the past recent years, but when you compare it to a longer point of history, you'll actually be surprised at how cheaper it really is! That's exactly what this episode is about, with today's guest explaining the statistics behind that. Join us as we dive into the numbers that prove housing isn't as expensive as you think! Jason Hartman is the CEO of Empowered Investor and Real Estate Tools. He started a career in real estate when he was still in college, investing in his own portfolio while brokering properties for clients. Through creativity, persistence, and hard work, he soon joined the ranks of the top one-percent of Realtors in the US, which then led to him being involved in several thousand real estate transactions, owning income properties in 11 states and 17 cities today. Jason's companies help people achieve The American Dream of financial freedom by purchasing income property in prudent markets nationwide. In this episode, Jason goes through the detailed explanation on why housing is actually cheaper than you think, with his points revolving around the data in St. Louis Federal Reserve's chart, going through the history of interest rates, mortgage payment, and the market. Checkout: Raising Capital Without Rejection Full-Day Workshop (Online): https://investorattractionworkshop.com/ What you'll learn in just 29 minutes from today's episode: Understand the reason why people think housing is so expensive Find out what's going on nationally with the real estate market through data explained from St. Louis Federal Reserve's chart Discover how housing is actually cheaper than what you think, through an actual calculation of the cost per square foot, per month, adjusted for inflation Resources/Links: Check out Jason's slide deck and get your own copy by going to https://www.jasonhartman.com/slides Visit the Shadow Government Statistics and have access to the analysis behind and beyond government economic reporting. Just go to http://www.shadowstats.com/ Learn more about the work Jason does by visiting his website: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Topics Covered: 02:41 – What's going on nationally with the real estate market 05:06 – Mortgage data shown on the chart of the St. Louis Federal Reserve 08:17 – The reason why people think housing is so expensive 10:32 – Then and Now: Calculating the Consumer Price Index (CPI) the way the government does it 14:39 – The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a complete fraud 15:32 – Difference in typical homes back then and today, then connecting it to the data in chart 17:43 – Calculating the cost per square foot, per month, adjusted for inflation 19:40 – The increase in house inventory in line with the rising interest rates 22:51 – Two more things you need to consider, according to Jason Hartman 27:17 – Go to https://www.jasonhartman.com/slides for the slides Key Takeaways: "Real estate is really quite a bit cheaper than people think, believe it or not. And remember, nobody really buys a house on the price of a house; they buy it on the payment of the house.” – Jason Hartman “When everybody's screaming about housing – ‘So expensive!' – they're right if you compare it to 18 months ago, but they're not right if you compare it to a longer point of history.” – Jason Hartman “Here's why everybody thinks housing is so expensive – it's because of something called hedonic adaptation. We, as humans, just keep raising our expectations. We are never content. That's the nature of human psychology. No matter what we get, we want more; we want better. And that's exactly what we're doing here; we're just expecting more.” – Jason Hartman “Those dollars are worthless. It's not really that the mortgage payment has gone up; it's that the value of the dollar has gone down.” – Jason Hartman “Inventory tells the picture.” – Jason Hartman “The market is reacting to the current interest rates; it's not reacting to the future interest rates.” – Jason Hartman “You've got to understand that investing is not about appreciation; that's just the icing on the cake. The icing has been fantastic the last couple of years; no one will deny that. But what we got to remember is that investing is about yield, and yield comes from cash flow, and rents are skyrocketing. Rents always lag prices by about two to three years. So, rents have gone up already, but they are going up a whole heck of a lot more; they are going to be higher in the next few years. So that's the other reason that I don't think investors should be very worried about the market – because they're investing for yield, not for appreciation, hopefully, and that's why that matters.” – Jason Hartman Connect with Jason Hartman: Website: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpGNsrLsGR1viGHoEbSCabA Podcast: https://www.jasonhartman.com/podcast/ Connect with Dave Dubeau: Podcast: http://www.propertyprofitspodcast.com/ Website: https://davedubeau.com/home Investor Attraction Workshop: http://www.investorattractionworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedavedubeau LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/davedubeau  

E-Commerce with Coffee?!
39. Cheaper, Quicker, Easier, and More Joyful Product Search with Thomas Vosper, CEO of Aisle 3

E-Commerce with Coffee?!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 33:44


Cheaper, Quicker, Easier, and More Joyful Product Search In this episode of E-Commerce with Coffee?!, we have Thomas Vosper, co-founder, and CEO of Aisle 3, joining host Nate Svoboda to discuss the universal view of shopping. Throughout the interview, Will shares his views on shopping experiences, shopping data, and more. Ready to learn more about a new way of thinking about the shopping experience and how much of an impact it can have on your business? Grab your favorite brew and enjoy! ➡️ Timestamps: 0:00-0:27 Intro 0:28-0:51 Introducing Thomas 0:52-1:56 How Thomas takes his coffee 1:57-3:19 Thomas' background 3:20-4:46 What Aisle 3 does 4:47-6:28 What consumers look for in a shopping experience 6:29-9:06 Why content may not be displayed by retailers 9:07-11:40 Discussion about authenticity of and transparency in product reviews 11:41-13:33 Value of niche marketplaces to consumers 13:34-17:05 Effectiveness of algorithms behind ad platforms 17:06-19:09 Tools Thomas recommends 19:10-20:48 What a universal view of shopping means 20:49-21:50 What retailers and manufacturers must do to support a universal view of shopping 21:51-24:37 Expectations for the next five years 24:38-27:08 Thomas' experience launching Aisle 3 27:09-30:55 Biggest challenge launching Aisle 3 30:56-32:26 Other key considerations for the shopping experience 32:27-33:22 How to contact Thomas 33:23-33:44 Outro

The MongoDB Podcast
Ep 129 Why 7 Clusters are cheaper than 1

The MongoDB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 23:58


In this episode we're talking about all things sizing - clusters, sharing, indexing and we're joined by Jan Srniček of Global Logic. We first came across Jan via his talk from MongoDB world, where he spoke about the journey he and his team took in understanding how to reduce usage & cost - all the while keeping performance and responsiveness high. In this episode, Jan talks about his journey with MongoDB, moving from Cosmo DB to MongoDB. Initially they stood up their own on-prem MongoDB database to learn more, but then soon realised that moving to Atlas was key, particularly as they could host on Azure.For Global Logic's client, Catalina, Jan manages everything from small clusters with a few hundred records all the way up to a system of 7 clusters with over 5Billion data records!So he know's all about scaling - and teaches us some lessons he's learnt along the way. He illustrates that if you only scale one large cluster (e.g with Autoscaling on), your database never gets a break! However, if you have smaller clusters, all autoscaling, along with predictable traffic patterns visualised by using Atlas metrics UI and performance advisor, you can analyse usage and re-organise structure appropriately.Ultimately, understanding the workloads in your application and dividing those across clusters all working together is key to application performance.Ján Srniček - https://www.linkedin.com/in/j%C3%A1n-srni%C4%8Dek-4a3b826bGlobal Logic - https://www.globallogic.com/Catalina - https://www.catalina.com/ MongoDB - https://www.mongodb.com/

Bright Side
Why Airport Parking Can't Be Cheaper

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 11:15


Have you ever asked yourself why airport parking costs you nearly as much as an actual plane ticket? Well, airport parking lots are a business just like any other. The land on which they're built, the construction of the lot itself, the maintenance of the whole thing once it's already in operation — all that costs a handsome amount of money. And yes, it's super comfortable and saves you a good amount of time, so it might be worth the money. If you don't think so, better take a cab or public transportation to the airport. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Kevins Little Podcast
Cheaper then a pack of wraps

Kevins Little Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:31


What's up Lil 1s, I talk about my Cowboys even tho I don't want to after that week 1 performance, make my NFL picks and just talk my nonsense as I usually do. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kevin-daniel-little-jr/support

Engadget Morning Edition
Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass

Engadget Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:54


Twitter shareholders vote to approve Elon Musk's $44 billion acquisition, but it all depends on a trial, Nintendo's ' Zelda: Breath of the Wild'' sequel has a release date (and a name), Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass to your soundbar.

Engadget
Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass

Engadget

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:54


Twitter shareholders vote to approve Elon Musk's $44 billion acquisition, but it all depends on a trial, Nintendo's ' Zelda: Breath of the Wild'' sequel has a release date (and a name), Sonos' $429 Sub Mini is a smaller and cheaper way to add bass to your soundbar.

The Hairdresser Strong Show
Insurance: What You Need To Know, NOW! | Sloane Skellion | Insurance + Financial Service Specialist | State Farm Agent | DC+MD+VA

The Hairdresser Strong Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 39:21


Tune in to hear Sloane Skellion tell us all about insurance and why it is so important. KEY TAKEAWAYS: -- Insurance is a must-have for anyone wanting to secure their future! -- Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Insurance is a MUST HAVE for stylists! -- Multiple types of Short-Term disability, do your homework! -- Short-Term Coverage: 0 days-3 years (depending on insurance) -- Long-Term Coverage - 1 year - age 65 -- Docs. needed for Disability Insurance: -- Medical History -- Income Proof to determine how much $$ you will get -- A physical + blood work will be required -- The less money you want to be paid out, the cheaper insurance is. -- Making sure you have enough coverage to pay your bills is SMART! -- Some Insurance Policies provided by employers do not transfer when you leave the salon or company! -- The sooner you get insurance, the CHEAPER it is! -- 1099 & Salon Owners!: Protect your brand and tools w/ Business Insurance in the event you harm someone MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE: Reach out to Sloane with questions or needs: https://sloaneinsurance.com/ Follow Sloane Skellion - State Farm Agent on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sloaneskellion/ We deliver curated resources, coaching, advice, and first-hand experience so you may become a well-rounded, self-sufficient, business-savvy, and strong individual ready to transition or transform yourself and the industry. We won't stop until we are all: Hairdresser Strong.

XoneBros: A Positive Gaming & Xbox One Community
Xbox Announces New, Cheaper Version Of The Elite Series 2 Controller & We Could Not Be More Excited!

XoneBros: A Positive Gaming & Xbox One Community

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 62:08 Very Popular


Xbox announced a new improved Elite Series 2 Core controller and we discuss why we love this move! Whether you like your video games on the Xbox Game Pass, Game Pass for PC, or Game Pass Ultimate, this podcast is for you. Who are the XoneBros? We are your exclusive Xbox Series X & Game Pass weekly podcast. We are more than just a podcast though, we are a positive gaming and Xbox community. We are a group of friends who love gaming, comics, fantasizing about superpowers, and making lame jokes. We strive to bring you news, informative discussion, and rocking good times on a weekly basis all while discussing the world that is Xbox. We are the brothers you never had and the sisters you always wanted... we are the XoneBros. If you are looking for a positive gaming environment, you are always welcome here! Support Us On YouTube Join our Discord

Creating Richer Lives
Stocks Are Cheaper Than You Think

Creating Richer Lives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 20:04


On this episode, Karl Eggerss discusses that even though stocks have fallen, they are actually even cheaper than most people realize. Plus, the pendulum continues to swing as emotional investors continue to buy and sell.

Camerosity
Episode 32: The Nerdiest Film Photography Podcast

Camerosity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 93:30


We're back!  The gang and I are fresh off a mandatory 28 day rehab cleanse from all our GAS afflictions! To help us get back on the wagon, we only invited one guest to catch up on what we've all been up to since our last episode.  From Fort Dodge, Iowa, Mike Novak returns to discuss what he's been up to, what his favorite Rolleiflex is, and a whole bunch of tips and tricks about in-home developing. In this episode, Mike shares a bunch of new cameras he's working on reviews for, things Paul is about to put for sale in his shop, and Theo's newest Father's Day pickup.  We spend a great deal of time talking about Mamiya and their zillions of lens mounts they've made for 35mm cameras, an uncommon 24mm x 24mm square format 35mm camera, and different ways to make double exposures. As always, the topics we discuss are decided by you.  The guys and I rarely know where each episode is going to go until it happens, so if you'd like to join us on a future episode, be sure to look out for our show announcements on our Camerosity Podcast Facebook page, and right here on mikeeckman.com.  We record every other Monday and announcements, along with the Zoom link are typically shared 2-3 days in advance. So stay tuned, and if you'd like to ask us a question or give us some topics to discuss, look for our show announcement for Episode 33, which we will record on Monday, September 19th! This Week's Episode Theo Goes on the Negative Positives Podcast / The Nerdiest Film Photography Podcast / LOMO LC-A Wide Paul Picks up a Praktina FX with Biotar / Miranda G / PX625 Battery Voltage / Wein Cells Paul Has a Leica M4-P Coming That He REALLY Needs to Test / Rolleiflex 2.8D Rolleiflexes Can Be Difficult to Differentiate Between Models / Mike Should Review more Rolleis / Novak Recommends a First Rolleiflex Japanese Rollei Copies Sometimes Improve Things / Fujicaflex Automat TLR / Rolleimagic is the Weirdest Rolleiflex Rolleicord Multiple Exposure Project with Pixels and Grain / The Art of Intentional Double Exposures Double Exposing on Both Sides of the Film / Cameras Best Suited for Double Exposures / Canon EOS 300 / Ben Felton Does Double Exposures of Portraits Novak Loves Pyrocat HD / C41 Developing Has Far Fewer Variables / There's a Ton of Black and White Developers and Processes Novak's Tips for Controlling Grain, Contrast, and Detail / Stand Developing / Standard vs Staining Developers How Do Lighten the Base Layer or Get Rid of Base Fog? / HC-110 Lasts Forever / New Formula HC-110 vs Old Formula C41 Unicolor Kits Are Mike's Favorite / C41 vs ECN-2 Kits / Kodak Vision3 Cinema Film and Removing Remjet Developing ECN2 Film in C41 Chemicals Works But the Colors Will Be Off / Seattle Filmworks / Tungsten vs Daylight Balance That Cinestill "Glow" is Due to a Missing Anti-Halation Layer The Mamiya Sketch is a Really Cool 24x24 Square Format Rangefinder / Mamiya Had More 35mm SLR Mounts Than Anyone Mamiya Prismat V-90 (Prismat PH) / Mamiya ZE-X / Crossover Exposure Mode / Dealers Loved Mamiya and Ricoh What Are Some Cameras that would be Perfect, Except for One Thing? / Konica III / Voss Diax IIa / Alpa 11e / Nikon N80 / Fuji GS690W / Futura S Theo Gets a Leotax Model K and Nikon CoolPix 995 for Father's Day / Leotax vs Nicca Mike's Upcoming Reviews for Zenobia 35 / Adox 300 / Magazine Back 35mm Cameras Anthony Gets His First Argus C3 / Sandmar Lenses and Argus Viewfinders / Kodak Medalist vs Mamiya 7 Do Boring Cameras Make Boring Photos? / The More a Camera Appeals to You, The More Fun You'll Have Shooting It The Konica Autoreflex TC and the Hexanon 40mm f/1.8 Lens / Some Lenses are Cheaper to Buy Attached to a Body than By Itself Teraoka Auto Terra Super / More About the Mamiya Prismat V-90 Show Notes If you would like to offer feedback or contact us with questions or ideas for future episodes, please contact us in the Comments Section below, our Camerosity Facebook Group or Instagram page, or email us at camerosity.podcast@gmail.com. The Official Camerosity Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/camerositypodcast Camerosity Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/camerosity_podcast/ Camerosity Twitter - https://twitter.com/CamerosityPod Negative Positives Podcast # 391 - https://www.podbean.com/media/share/dir-hi389-14b78501 Mike Novak - https://www.flickr.com/photos/greyscale3/ Theo Panagopoulos - https://www.photothinking.com/ Paul Rybolt - https://www.ebay.com/usr/paulkris Anthony Rue - https://www.instagram.com/kino_pravda/ and https://www.facebook.com/VoltaGNV/

Make Every Day An Adventure Travel Podcast
Fort Lauderdale Canals Yacht Dinner Cruise - Cheaper Than You Think

Make Every Day An Adventure Travel Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 3:56 Transcription Available


Ft Lauderdale is an amazing vacation getaway for people that want to enjoy some sunny beach time, and that's where most of the people goes, the beach, but Fort Lauderdale have many other great places and activities to do. Like a yacht party on the canals!In today's podcast, I'm going to be talking about renting a yacht in Fort Lauderdale for a party and a tour on the canals, I'll let you know prices, and a lot of useful information.Key PointsPrice comparisonTypes of yachtAreas of the yachtFort Lauderdale canals tourCanal cruise tour prices DISCOVER  365 Days of Adventure from YOUR Backyard to the Global Playground - Get your FREE LIST HERE and Make Everyday An Adventure About Marina 'Travel Experta'I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler,  Expat Mama and WifeI have been an expat for over 20 years raising 2 trilingual sonsMy family and I have traveled to over 40 countries and counting …I'm here to inspire you to travel, move internationally, have fun with your family and so much more!Did you enjoy the podcast?Leave a review on Apple Podcast! They are one of THE most important factors for podcasts, and it's super easy to do: Click on “View in iTunes” on the left-hand side under the picture. Leave an honest review.Thanks, you're super!

Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing
GM announces release of new all electric SUV with a cheaper price tag

Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 3:59


GM plans to introduce a new electric SUV with a more affordable price tag as it tests out the market. For more, KCBS Radio news anchor Holly Quan spoke with Bloomberg News reporter David Welch.

AP Audio Stories
Cheaper electric vehicles coming despite high battery costs

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 0:56


AP correspondent Ed Donahue on Affordable Electric Vehicles.

TreasuryCast
Making Hedging with Uncollaterallised OTC Derivatives Cheaper

TreasuryCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 20:49


"We don't have a silver bullet, but we certainly have a concept worth talking about" says Eurex's Clive D'Souza, speaking about why getting ahead of hedging risk is essential for treasurers to avoid the price of capital increasing. Listen to this podcast, hosted by TMI's Eleanor Hill, and find out how corporates can mitigate rising hedging costs in an environment characterised by high inflation by using uncollateralised OTC derivatives.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Turks a lightweight, cheaper answer for NZ back country huts

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 5:24


A lightweight plastic mountain hut that can withstand extreme conditions and be choppered to remote locations could be the future of back country accommodation and beyond. The huts, called Turks, are built from 26,000 litre plastic water tanks. There are currently six in use - five between Treble Cone and Coronet Peak. They are built by volunteers and are cheaper than some of the traditional mountain huts, according to adventurer and designer Erik Bradshaw. He talks to Lisa Owen.

CISO Tradecraft
#94 - Easier, Better, Faster, & Cheaper Software

CISO Tradecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 23:28


Hello, and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft, the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cybersecurity leader.  My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today we're going to try to balance the impossible equation of better, faster, and cheaper.  As always, please follow us on LinkedIn, and subscribe if you have not already done so. Shigeo Shingo, who lived from 1909-1990, helped to improve efficiency at Toyota by teaching thousands of engineers the Toyota Production System, and even influenced the creation of Kaizen.  He wrote, "There are four purposes for improvement: easier, better, faster, cheaper. These four goals appear in order of priority." Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, stated that, “Every company is a software company.  You have to start thinking and operating like a digital company.  It's no longer just about procuring one solution and deploying one solution… It's really you yourself thinking of your own future as a digital company, building out what we refer to as systems of intelligence.” The first time I heard this I didn't really fully understand it.  But after reflection it makes a ton of sense.  For example, let's say your company couldn't send email.  How much would that hurt the business?  What if your company couldn't use Salesforce to look up customer information?  How might that impact future sales?  What if your core financial systems had database integrity issues?  Any of these examples would greatly impact most businesses.  So, getting high-quality software applications that enable the business is a huge win. If every company is a software or digital company, then the CISO has a rare opportunity.  That is, we can create one of the largest competitive advantages for our businesses. What if we could create an organization that builds software cheaper, faster, and better than all of our competitors? Sounds good right?  That is the focus of today's show, and we are going to teach you how to excel in creating a world class organization through a focused program in Secure Software Development.  Now if you like the sound of better, faster, cheaper, as most executives do, you might be thinking, where can I buy that?  Let's start at the back and work our way forward. We can make our software development costs cheaper by increasing productivity from developers. We can make our software development practices faster by increasing convenience and reducing waste. We can make our software better by increasing security. Let's first look at increasing productivity.  To increase productivity, we need to under    stand the Resistance Pyramid.  If you know how to change people and the culture within an organization, then you can significantly increase your productivity.  However, people and culture are difficult to change, and different people require different management approaches. At the bottom of the pyramid are people who are unknowing.  These individuals Don't know what to do.  You can think of the interns in your company.  They just got to your company, but don't understand what practices and processes to follow.  If you want to change the interns, then you need to communicate what is best practice and what is expected from their performance.  Utilize an inquiry approach to decrease fear of not knowing, for example, "do you know to whom I should speak about such-and-such?" or "do you know how we do such-and-such here?"  An answer of "no" allows you to inform them of the missing knowledge in a conversational rather than a directional manner. The middle part of the pyramid is people who believe they are unable to adapt to change.  These are individuals that don't know how to do the task at hand.  Here, communications are important, but also skills training.  Compare your team members here to an unskilled labor force -- they're willing to work but need an education to move forward.  If you give them that, then the unskilled can become skilled. However, if you never invest in them, then you will not increase your company's productivity and lowers your costs. At the Top of the resistance pyramid are the people who are unwilling.  These individuals Don't Want to Change.  We might call these folks the curmudgeons that say we tried it before, and it doesn't work.  Or I'm too old to learn that.  If you want to change these individuals and the culture of an organization, then you need to create motivation. As leaders, our focus to stimulate change will be to focus on communicating, educating, and motivating.  The first thing that we need to communicate is the Why.  Why is Secure Software Development important?  The answer is money.  There are a variety of studies that have found that when software vulnerabilities get detected in the early development processes, they are cheaper than later in the production phases.  Research from the Ponemon Institute in 2017 found that the average cost to address a defect in the development phase was $80, in the build phase was $240, in the QA/Test Phase was $960, and in the Production phase was $7,600.  Think of that difference.  $80 is about 1% of $7,600.  So if a developer finds bugs in the development code then they don't just save their time, they save the time of second developer who doesn't have to do a failed code review, they save the time of an infrastructure engineer who has to put the failed code on a server, they save the time of another tester who has to create regression tests which fail, they save the time of a wasted change approval board on a failed release, and they save the customer representatives time who will respond to customers when the software is detected as having issues.  As you see there's a lot of time to be saved by increasing productivity, as well as a 99% cost savings for what has to be done anyway.  Saving their own time is something that will directly appeal to every development team member. To do this we need to do something called Shift Left Testing.  The term shift left refers to finding vulnerabilities earlier in development.  To properly shift left we need to create two secure software development programs. The first program needs to focus on is the processes that an organization needs to follow to build software the right way.  This is something you have to build in house.  For example, think about how you want software to create a network diagram that architects can look at in your organization.  Think about the proper way to register an application into a Configuration Management Database so that there is a POC who can answer questions when an application is down.  Think about how a developer needs to get a DNS entry created for new websites.  Think about how someone needs to get a website into the various security scanning tools that your organization requires (SAST, DAST, Vuln Management, Container Scanning, etc.)  Think about how developers should retire servers at the end of life.  These practices are unique to your company.  They may require a help desk ticket to make something happen or if you don't have a ticketing system, an email.  We need to document all of these into one place where they can be communicated to the staff members who will be following the processes.  Then our employee has a checklist of activities they can follow.  Remember if it's not in the checklist, then it won't get done.  If it doesn't get done, then bad security outcomes are more likely happen.  So, work with your architects and security gurus to document all of the required practices for Secure Software Development in your company.  You can place this knowledge into a Wikipedia article, a SharePoint site, a Confluence Page, or some kind of website.  Make sure to communicate this frequently.  For example, have the CIO or CISO share it at the IT All Hands meeting.  Send it out in monthly newsletters.  Refer to it in security discussions and architecture review boards.  The more it's communicated the more unknowing employees will hear about it and change their behavior. The second program that you should consider building is a secure code training platform.  You can think of things such as Secure Code Warrior, HackEDU (now known as Security Journey), or Checkmarx Code Bashing.  These secure code training solutions are usually bought by organizations instead of being created in-house.  They teach developers how to write more secure code.  For example, "How do I write JavaScript code that validates user input, sanitizes database queries, and avoids risky program calls that could create vulnerabilities in an application?"  If developers gain an education in secure programming, then they are less likely to introduce vulnerabilities into their code.  Make these types of training programs available to every developer in your company. Lastly, we need to find a way to motivate the curmudgeons.  One way to do that is the following:Let's say you pick one secure coding platform and create an initial launch.  The first two hundred people in the organization that pass the secure developer training get a one-time bonus of $200.  This perk might get a lot of people interested in the platform.  You might even get 10-20% of your organization taking the training in the first quarter of the program.  The second quarter your organization announces that during performance reviews anyone who passed the secure software training will be viewed more favorable than their peers.  Guess what?  You will see more and more people taking the training class.  Perhaps you see that 50% of your developer population becomes certified.  Then the following year you say since so many developers are now certified, to achieve the rank of Senior Developer within the organization, it is now expected to pass this training.  It becomes something HR folks look for during promotion panels.  This gradual approach to move the ball in training can work and has been proven to increase the secure developer knowledgebase. Here's a pro tip:  Be sure to create some kind of badges or digital certificates that employees can share.  You might even hand out stickers upon completion that developers can proudly place on their laptops.  Simple things like this can increase visibility.  They can also motivate people you didn't think would change. Now that we have increased productivity from the two development programs (building software the right way and a secure code training platform), it's time to increase convenience and reduce waste.  Do you know what developers hate?  Well, other than last-minute change requests.  They hate inefficiencies.  Imagine if you get a vulnerability that says you have a bug on line 242 in your code.  So you go to the code, and find there really isn't a bug, it's just a false positive in the tool.  This false bug detection really, well, bugs developers.  So, when your organization picks a new SAST, DAST, or IAST tool, be sure to test the true and false positive rates of the tool.  One way to do this is to run the tools you are considering against the OWASP Benchmark.  (We have a link to the OWASP Benchmark in our show notes.)  The OWASP Benchmark allows companies to test tools against a deliberately vulnerable website with vulnerable code.  In reality, testing tools find both good code and bad code.  These results should be compared against the ground truth data to determine how many true/false positives were found.  For example, if the tool you choose has a 90% True Positive Rate and a 90% False Positive Rate then that means the tool pretty much reports everything is vulnerable.  This means valuable developer time is wasted and they will hate the tool despite its value.  If the tool has a 50% True Positive Rate and a 50% False positive rate, then the tool is essentially reporting randomly.  Once again, this results in lost developer confidence in the tool.  You really want tools that have high True Positive Rates and low False Positive Rates.  Optimize accordingly. Another developer inefficiency is the amount of tools developers need to leverage.  If a developer has to log into multiple tools such as Checkmarx for SAST findings, Qualys for Vulnerability Management findings, Web Inspect for DAST findings, Prisma for Container Findings, Truffle Hog for Secrets scanning, it becomes a burden.  If ten systems require two minutes of logging in and setup each that's twenty minutes of unproductive time.  Multiply that time the number of developers in your organization and you can see just how much time is lost by your team just to get setup to perform security checks.  Let's provide convenience and make development faster.  We can do that by centralizing the security scanning results into one tool.  We recommend putting all the security findings into a Source Code Repository such as GitHub  or GitLab.  This allows a developer to log into GitHub every day and see code scanning vulnerabilities, dependency vulnerabilities, and secret findings in one place.  This means that they are more likely to make those fixes since they actually see them.  You can provide this type of view to developers by buying tools such as GitHub Advanced Security.  Now this won't provide all of your security tools in one place by itself.  You still might need to show container or cloud findings which are not in GitHub Advanced Security.  But this is where you can leverage your Source Code Repository's native CI/CD tooling.  GitHub has Actions and GitLab has Runners.  With this CI/CD function developers don't need to go to Jenkins and other security tools.  They can use a GitHub Actions to integrate Container and Cloud findings from a tool like Prisma.  This means that developers have even fewer tools from CI/CD perspectives as well less logging into security tools.  Therefore, convenience improves.  Now look at it from a longer perspective.  If we get all of our developers integrating with these tools in one place, then we can look in our GitHub repositories to determine what vulnerabilities a new software release will introduce.  This could be reviewed at Change Approval Board.  You could also fast track developer who are coding securely.  If a developer has zero findings observed in GitHub, then that code can be auto approved for the Change Approval.  However, if you have high/critical findings then you need manager approvals first.  These approvals can be codified using GitHub code scanning, which has subsumed the tool Looks Good To Me (LGTM), which stopped accepting new user sign-ups last week (31 August 2022).  This process can be streamlined into DevSecOps pipelines that improve speed and convenience when folks can skip change approval meetings. Another key way we can make software faster is by performing value stream mapping exercises.  Here's an example of how that reduces waste.  Let's say from the time Nessus finds a vulnerability there's actually fifteen steps that need to occur within an organization to fix the vulnerability.  For example, the vulnerability needs to be assigned to the right team, the team needs to look at the vulnerability to confirm it's a legitimate finding, a patch needs to be available, a patch needs to be tested, a change window needs to be available, etc.  Each of these fifteen steps take time and often require different handoffs between teams.  These activities often mean that things sit in queues.  This can result in waste and inefficiencies.  Have your team meet with the various stakeholders and identify two time durations.  One is the best-case time for how long something should go through in an optimal process.  The second is the average time it takes things to go through in the current process.  At the end of it you might see that the optimal case is that it takes twenty days to complete the fifteen activities whereas the average case takes ninety days.  This insight can show you where you are inefficient.  You can identify ways to speed up from ninety to twenty days.  If you can do this faster, then developer time is gained.  Now, developers don't have to wait for things to happen.  Making it convenient and less wasteful through value stream mapping exercises allows your teams to deploy faster, patch faster, and perform faster. OK last but not least is making software better by increasing security.   At the end of the day, there are many software activities that we do which provide zero value to the business.  For example, patching operating systems on servers does not increase sales.  What makes the sales team sell more products?  The answer is more features on a website such as product recommendations, more analysis of the data to better target consumers, and more recommendations from the reporting to identify better widgets to sell.  Now, I know you are thinking, did CISO Tradecraft just say to not patch your operating systems?  No, we did not.  We are saying patching operating systems is not a value-add exercise.  Here's what we do recommend.  Ask every development team to identify what ike patching.  Systems that have a plethora of maintenance activities are wasteful and should be shortlisted for replacement.  You know the ones: solutions still running via on-premises VMWare software, software needing monthly java patching, and software if the wind blows the wrong way you have an unknown error.  These systems are ripe for replacement.  It can also be a compelling sell to executives.  For example, imagine going to the CIO and CEO of Acme corporation.  You highlight the Acme app is run by a staff of ten developers which fully loaded cost us about $250K each.  Therefore, developing, debugging, and maintaining that app costs our organization roughly $2,500,000 in developer time alone plus hosting fees.  You have analyzed this application and found that roughly 80% of the time, or $2,000,000, is spent on maintenance activities such as patching. You believe if the team were to rewrite the application in a modern programming language using a serverless technology approach the team could lower maintenance activities from 80% to 30%.  This means that the maintenance costs would decrease from $2 million to $750K each year.  Therefore, you can build a financial case that leadership fund a $1.25 million initiative to rewrite the application in a more supportable language and environment, which will pay for itself at the end of the second year.  No, I didn't get my math wrong -- don't forget that you're still paying the old costs while developing the new system.) Now if you just did a lift and shift to AWS and ran the servers on EC-2 or ECS, then you still have to patch the instance operating systems, middle ware, and software -- all of which is a non-value add.  This means that you won't reduce the maintenance activities from 80% to 30%.  Don't waste developer time on these expensive transition activities; you're not going to come out ahead.  Now let's instead look at how to make that maintenance go away by switching to a serverless approach.  Imagine if the organization rewrote the VMware application to run on either: A third party hosted SaaS platform such as Salesforce or Office 365 or A serverless AWS application consisting of Amazon S3 buckets to handle front-end code, an Amazon API Gateway to make REST API calls to endpoints, AWS Lambda to run code to retrieve information from a Database, and Dynamo DB to store data by the application This new software shift to a serverless architecture means you no longer have to worry about patching operating systems or middleware.  It also means developers don't spend time fixing misconfigurations and vulnerabilities at the operating system or middleware level.  This means you made the software more secure and gave the developers more time to write new software features which can impact the business profitability.  This serverless approach truly is better and more secure.  There's a great story from Capital One you can look up in our show notes that discusses how they moved from EC-2 Servers to Lambda for their Credit Offers Application Interface.  The executive summary states that the switch to serverless resulted in 70% performance gains, 90% cost savings, and increased team velocity by 30% since time was not spent patching, fixing, and taking care of servers.  Capital One uses this newfound developer time to innovate, create, and expand on business requirements.  So, if you want to make cheaper, faster, and better software, then focus on reducing maintenance activities that don't add value to the business. Let's recap.  World class CISOs create a world class software development organization.  They do this by focusing on cheaper, faster, and better software. To perform this function CISOs increase productivity from developers by creating documentation that teaches developers how to build software the right way as well as creating a training program that promotes secure coding practices.  World Class CISOs increase the convenience to developers by bringing high-confidence vulnerability lists to developers which means time savings in not weeding out false positives.  Developers live in Source Code Repositories such as GitHub or GitLab, not the ten different software security tools that security organizations police.  World Class CISOs remove waste by performing value stream exercises to lean out processes and make it easier for developers to be more efficient.  Finally, World Class CISOs make software better by changing the legacy architecture with expensive maintenance activities to something that is a winnable game.  These CISOs partner with the business to focus on finding systems that when re-architected to become serverless increase performance gains, promote cost savings, and increase developer velocity. We appreciate your time listening to today's episode.  If this sparks a new idea in your head. please write it down, share it on LinkedIn and tag CISO Tradecraft in the comment.  We would love to see how you are taking these cyber lessons into your organization to make better software for all of us. Thanks again for listening to CISO Tradecraft.  This is G. Mark Hardy, and until next time, stay safe out there. References https://www.sixsigmadaily.com/who-was-shigeo-shingo-and-why-is-he-important-to-process-improvement/ https://news.microsoft.com/speeches/satya-nadella-and-chris-capossela-envision-2016/  Galpin, T.J. (1996).  The Human Side of Change: A Practical Guide to Organization Redesign.  Jossey-Bass  https://www.businesscoaching.co.uk/news/blog/how-to-break-down-barriers-to-change  Ponemon Institute and IBM. 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Today with Claire Byrne
Netflix to launch cheaper ad-supported subscription in November

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 7:04


Ciara O'Brien, Technology Journalist with the Irish Times

The Sanctuary Live!
Live! "Pine is Cheaper"

The Sanctuary Live!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 30:21


Pastor Bland

5 Live
Strange Things Are Afoot at the Circle K - Thursday, September 1, 2022

5 Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 54:14


Today on 5 Live: It's hot. Circle K gas. Cheaper vasectomies. Jobs listing salaries. Fit teens vape more. Elephant ears. Don't flush goldfish. 'Purple Rain' trademark. Beagles up for adoption. Crypto refund good. And more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Friday Night Movie by @pancake4table
Mom and Dad: the Movies that Made our Family

Friday Night Movie by @pancake4table

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 54:17


The most requested and beloved FNM guests - our Mom and Dad - return to roast their children and chat about the movies that made our family. We take a walk down memory lane and break down the quintessential movies we watched with our mom (Cheaper by the Dozen, Snatched, Bridesmaids, Love Story, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days) and dad (Open Range, An Inspector Calls, Magnificent Seven, Silverado, Die Hard, Predator, Lethal Weapon). We also review, Everything Everywhere All at Once which we watched all together all at once (almost). Don't miss this special episode recorded in the Canary islands featuring the original five Kormans.  Sign up for the Friday Night Movie Newsletter for giveaways, curated episode playlists from the hosts and guests (including our mom), and at MOST one email per month (and probably fewer).  Closed captions for this episode are available via the player on the official Friday Night Movie homepage, the Podbean app and website, and YouTube.  The Friday Night Movie Family supports the following organizations: the DC Abortion Fund, HIAS, NAACP Legal Defense Fund | Equal Justice Initiative | Asian American Journalists Association. Subscribe, rate and review us on your favorite podcast platform, including iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | Podbean | Overcast. Catch up on all the Friday Night Movie SXSW special coverage in this playlist, including featured interviews from SXSW Wonder House hosted by the University of Arizona.  Play along with Friday Night Movie at home! Read the FNM Glossary to learn the about our signature bits (e.g., Buy/Rent/Meh, I Told You Shows, Tradesies, etc.) and then head on over to our merch store your very own official FNM t-shirt.  Send us your recommendations and your tradesies! We'll watch them and report back on the show! Email us at pancake@pancake4table.com or tweet @FriNightMovie, @pancake4table, @chichiKgomez, and/or  @paperBKprincess.  Follow our creations and zany Instagram stories @frinightmovie and @pancake4table. Follow us on Letterboxd (@pancake4table) where we're rating every movie we've EVER watched.  Subscribe to our quarterly newsletter for exclusive giveaways and news! Theme music by What Does It Eat.  Subscribe and leave a review on IOS or Android at fridaynightmoviepod.com.

SYSTEMIZE YOUR LIFE WITH CHELSI JO
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SYSTEMIZE YOUR LIFE WITH CHELSI JO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 8:13 Very Popular


Surprise!!! It sounds bad, but it's actually good! The Systemize Your Life Academy is going away!

Finshots Daily
Will airline tickets get cheaper?

Finshots Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:16


In today's episode for 1st September 2022, we talk about the government's plan to remove airline price caps and see what impact it may have on consumers.

The John Batchelor Show
#Europe: Energy equities after Glasgow COP 26; and cheaper cappuccino. Simon Constable, Barron's.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 11:02


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Europe: Energy equities after Glasgow COP 26; and cheaper cappuccino. Simon Constable, Barron's. https://www.barrons.com/articles/glencores-stock-looks-set-to-climb-on-strong-demand-for-coal-51660844865

CEO Spotlight
A new FDA ruling should make it cheaper to hear

CEO Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 11:14


Jason Kidd, President & COO, Lucid Hearing joins KRLD's David Johnson on this episode of CEO Spotlight.

TechLinked
Steam Deck 2, GPUs even CHEAPER, Oktapus hack + more!

TechLinked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 7:17 Very Popular


0:00 We don't even know what we do 0:19 New versions of Steam Deck? 1:18 GPU prices down, console up 2:29 Oktapus cyberattack 3:28 Epidemic Sound 4:04 QUICK BITS 4:12 Starlink v2 to cell phones 4:52 New Meta headset in October 5:24 Google brings back Duo 6:01 Microsoft saves ChromeOS 6:28 Corsair Xeneon OLED monitor News Sources: https://lmg.gg/Q0Fc9

Electrek
Podcast: cheaper Tesla Model Y, FSD price hike, Kia EV9, and more

Electrek

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 63:00 Very Popular


This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy. This week, Tesla launching a cheaper Tesla Model Y in Europe, FSD getting a price hike, new Kia EV9 images, and more. The show is live every Friday at 4 p.m. ET on Electrek's YouTube channel. As a reminder, we'll have an accompanying post, like this one, on the site with an embedded link to the live stream. Head to the YouTube channel to get your questions and comments in. After the show ends at around 5 p.m. ET, the video will be archived on YouTube and the audio on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast Pocket Casts Castro RSS We now have a Patreon if you want to help us to avoid more ads and invest more in our content. We have some awesome gifts for our Patreons and more coming. Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast: Tesla (TSLA) launches cheaper Model Y in Europe Tesla releases new software update with cloud-based driver profiles and a bunch of goodies Tesla sends cease and desist to billionaire running smear campaign Tesla FSD 10.69 update rolls out with $3k price hike, but is it worth it? Elon Musk tells early Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta testers not to complain Tesla dominates charging experience satisfaction, and that's a problem now that it's going public Tesla is doubling Supercharger design team in Canada, pushing to build more charging stations Direct-to-satellite Starlink coming to Tesla vehicles, but not in the way you'd expect Kia teases new EV9 images, its answer to the Rivian R1S with AWD, 3rd row, and more Ford reopens Mach-e orderbank, pricing, colors, and range updates Mercedes-Benz rolls first EQS SUVs roll off US assembly line – will it still qualify for tax credits? Here's the live stream for today's episode starting at 4 p.m. ET (or the video after 5 p.m. ET): https://youtu.be/wFmmgNotPvs var postYoutubePlayer;function onYouTubeIframeAPIReady() { postYoutubePlayer = new YT.Player( "post-youtube-video" ); }

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
8/19 5-1 Cheaper Chicken Wings

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 22:22


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Nobody Told Me!
Tonya Harris: ...that detoxifying your home is faster, cheaper, and easier that you'd think

Nobody Told Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 33:19


Many of us would like to have a healthier, more environmentally-friendly lifestyle, but don't know where to start. Our guest on this episode, Tonya Harris, can help. Tonya is an award-winning environmental toxin specialist who is board-certified in Holistic Nutrition. Tonya is the author of the book, "The Slightly Greener Method: Detoxifying Your Home is Easier, Faster and Less Expensive Than You Think".  Her website is https://slightlygreener.com/ Note: This episode was previously aired. Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! Ora Organic's Trust Your Gut probiotic and prebiotic supplement contains some of the world's most powerful probiotic strains, along with prebiotics to help the good bacteria thrive in your gut so your probiotics work smarter, not harder. Trust Your Gut helps optimize your digestion and support common gut health issues like constipation and bloating. A healthy mix of probiotics in your gut has also been linked to having a strong immune system and can even impact your mood! Trust Your Gut is available in a capsule or powder format. With its variety of products, Ora is your one stop shop for clean, quality, plant-based nutrition that works! You have nothing to lose. Try Ora's products and if you're not happy for any reason within 60 days, get a full refund. No questions asked. Get 30% off your first subscription when you text TOLD to 64000. (sixty-four thousand). https://www.ora.organic/ Policygenius is an insurance marketplace that makes it easy to compare quotes from top companies like AIG and Prudential in one place to find your lowest price on life insurance. You could save 50% or more on life insurance by comparing quotes with Policygenius. Options start at just $17 per month for $500,000 of coverage. Just head to Policygenius.com to get personalized quotes in minutes and find the right policy for your needs. The licensed agents at Policygenius work for you, not the insurance companies. They're on hand through the entire process to help you understand your options so you can make decisions with confidence. Policygenius has options that offer coverage in as little as a week and avoid unnecessary medical exams. Policygenius has thousands of five-star reviews across Google and Trustpilot and they've helped more than 30 million people shop for insurance since 2014. Head to policygenius.com to get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices