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We will discuss the practical implementations of AI embedded in future products, then take a look at FTX's books and have a few highlights to share. Plus, we lay out the PMC warfare theory, which might explain what bloated tech companies have coming.
We dig into Shufflecake, a tool that lets Linux users hide data with plausible deniability, then let our live stream SSH into our server and see if they can discover our secret data. Plus, we follow up on Brent's never-ending desktop distro search and Chris' new Linux rig.
Are the long-timers holding Linux back? Lennart Poettering argues we are and proposes a new Microsoft-blessed way to secure Linux. Plus, our thoughts on the slow decline of mailing lists in open-source development. Special Guest: Neal Gompa.
Hosted by Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney, and this week with special guests Doctor Bernice Murphy and Joey Keogh, The 250 is a weekly trip through some of the best (and worst) movies ever made, as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users. New episodes are released Saturdays at 6pm GMT. So this week, a Halloween treat: Chris Fisher's S. Darko. Several years following the death of her older brother, Samantha Darko finds herself drifting across the United States. Her adventures take her to a small town with several deeply-concealed dark secrets, and a countdown to the apocalypse that Samantha can only stop with the help of her eerie dreams and a little time travel. At time of recording, it was not ranked on the list of the worst movies of all time on the Internet Movie Database.
Thunder television play-by-play announcer Chris Fisher joins the TBU crew to look back on the Thunder home opener and share their takeaways from the first weekend of games this season. Also, Thunder Director of Guest Relations & Safety, Joy Joslin, stops by for our “In the Know” segment to talk about what her job encompasses and the team-effort that arena staff put in during each game night. The Thunder Basketball Universe is presented by COOP Ale Works.
042 Finding Life After The Badge With Mike The Cop | Nick Koumalatsos Mike spent 11 years as a cop and then officially ended his law enforcement career. During all those years, if he wanted even to try to get ahead, he had to rely on the next overtime slot, the next traffic detail, the next extra job, etc... For years he was sacrificing time with family for politicians and supervisors who didn't appreciate it and who would be quick to toss him under the bus, no matter how hard he worked... That was until his friend and mentor Chris Fisher told him that because of his experience in policing, he was now equipped to kill it in the real estate game. As a former cop himself who had to walk away after an injury, he convinced him to get his real estate license and follow his lead. Fast forward a couple of years, and both of them had successfully followed a pattern of how to grow their businesses, relying on skills they had developed as first responders. While enjoying some bourbon (shocker), they came up with the crazy idea of wanting to help teach what they had learned to other cops...a thousand of them, to get specific. So, they started the Ten 7 Project. After several months of seeing dozens of cops change their lives, a firefighter asked if they could help him. Although the Ten 7 Project only allowed cops, they couldn't think of a good reason to tell him no. they decided to expand the project to allow all first responders, public safety professionals, and veterans to participate. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nick-koumalatsos/support
Paris Lawson, Nick Gallo, Michael Cage and Chris Fisher hosted Thunder players and Coach Daigneault on set during Media Day 2022 at Paycom Center. Listen in to what the players and head coach had to say about their offseasons, along with the excitement surrounding the upcoming season. The Thunder Basketball Universe is presented by COOP Ale Works.