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Oxytude
Hebdoxytude 286, l'actualité de la semaine en technologies et accessibilité

Oxytude

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 56:19


Dans l'actu des nouvelles technologies et de l'accessibilité cette semaine : Du côté des applications et du web NVDA 2022.3 est disponible pour tous. Découvrez les nouvelles voix de Google. Le navigateur Brave va ajouter une option “refuser les cookies de tous les sites”. site officiel du navigateur Brave. Un bug avec Jaws et les navigateurs web qui utilisent Chromium 106. Le reste de l'actu RealSAM Pocket, un nouveau téléphone adapté. Un programmeur logiciels développe des lunettes d'assistance pour les aveugles et les malvoyants. Home design for all, une initiative germanique pour l'accessibilité de l'électroménager et de la maison connectée. Le site HomeDesign. L'UE veut réglementer la sécurité des objets connectés et garantir les mises à jour. Le coup de coeur de Philippe LA MAUDINERIe, ne nouvelle chaine Youtube qui propose des livres audio. Remerciements Cette semaine, nous remercions Carlos, Christian et Michel pour nous avoir fait un don ou transmis des infos. Si vous souhaitez vous aussi faire un don c'est sur la page "Soutenir Oxytude et pour les infos,, passez par le formulaire de contact. Pour animer cet épisode Alain, Pascale et Philippe.

Salad With a Side of Fries
Nutrition Nugget: Chromium

Salad With a Side of Fries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 11:24


Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks, and approachable science. This week, Jenn's talking about Chromium, an essential trace mineral that helps regulate insulin and blood sugar in our bodies. Although chromium is naturally found in most foods, it is a small amount. If we do not consume enough whole foods such as fruit, vegetables, and minimally processed foods, then a chromium supplement might be necessary. Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full-length episodes; new releases every Wednesday.  Have an idea for a nutrition nugget?  Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/   RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramJenn's Favorite Products with ChromiumSelf-Made U WebsiteSelf-Made U FacebookSelf-Made U Private Facebook Group - The Student UnionTracy Pleschourt Instagram

Hack Naked News (Video)
Bruce Willis, Comm100, Cyber month, Chromium, ProxyNotShell, & Cobalt Strike - SWN #244

Hack Naked News (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 29:51


This week, Dr. Doug talks: Bruce Willis, Deepfake and Deepcake, comm100, cyber month, Chromium, Proxynotshell, fake Proxynotshell, Cobalt Strike, and Jason Wood on the Security Weekly News!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn244

Hack Naked News (Audio)
SWN #244 - Bruce Willis, Comm100, Cyber month, Chromium, ProxyNotShell, & Cobalt Strike

Hack Naked News (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 29:42


This week, Dr. Doug talks: Bruce Willis, Deepfake and Deepcake, comm100, cyber month, Chromium, Proxynotshell, fake Proxynotshell, Cobalt Strike, and Jason Wood on the Security Weekly News!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn244

Paul's Security Weekly
SWN #244 - Bruce Willis, Comm100, Cyber month, Chromium, ProxyNotShell, & Cobalt Strike

Paul's Security Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 29:42


This week, Dr. Doug talks: Bruce Willis, Deepfake and Deepcake, comm100, cyber month, Chromium, Proxynotshell, fake Proxynotshell, Cobalt Strike, and Jason Wood on the Security Weekly News!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/swn for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn244

En Liten Podd Om It
ELPOIT #384 - Världen är lite ömtålig helt enkelt

En Liten Podd Om It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 68:22


Om Shownotes ser konstiga ut (exempelvis om alla länkar saknas. Det ska finnas MASSOR med länkar) så finns de på webben här också: https://www.enlitenpoddomit.se    Avsnitt 384 spelades in den 20 septermber och därför så handlar dagens avsnitt om: INTRO: - Alla har haft en vecka... Johan har gjort nått coolt, och varit på afterwork och sprungit på Stannich, och dessutom sprungit Stockholm halvmara. David har haft en bra vecka, han har spenderat hela helgen i en musikstudio. Björn har Klippt grässet, fixat i trädgården, och haft kräftskiva.  FEEDBACK AND BACKLOG: - Detta blir vårt 100:e avsnitt i spellistan "Veckoavsnitt" på Youtube    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkKSkXow87QYGRYtQCPLCYU768THEhGnP  - fråga till lyssnarna! Hur borde vi fira avsnitt 400?   Berätta i vår discord hur du tycker vi borde göra! ALLMÄNT NYTT - Ford har gjort en cool grej   https://techcrunch.com/2022/09/19/ford-drivers-could-get-alerts-from-nearby-pedestrians-phones/  - Funderingar med Chromium och rättstavning   https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/google-microsoft-can-get-your-passwords-via-web-browsers-spellcheck/  - Tile goes low tech   https://techcrunch.com/2022/09/19/tile-rolls-out-lost-and-found-qr-code-stickers-to-complement-its-hardware-lineup/  - Uber hackades I veckan   https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/uber-hacked-internal-systems-breached-and-vulnerability-reports-stolen/    https://www.theverge.com/2022/9/16/23356880/uber-hack-no-evidence-personal-information-breach  - Revolut hade också problem i veckan   https://techcrunch.com/2022/09/20/revolut-cyberattack-thousands-exposed/  - Spotify får ljudböcker   https://www.engadget.com/spotify-audiobooks-us-130051256.html  MICROSOFT - Microsoft hede otur i MS Teams   https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/microsoft-teams-stores-auth-tokens-as-cleartext-in-windows-linux-macs/    https://www.androidpolice.com/microsoft-teams-desktop-keeps-auth-tokens-in-plaintext/    https://www.thurrott.com/cloud/microsoft-365/273122/microsoft-sees-no-need-to-fix-new-teams-vulnerability  - Microsoft bygger ut sina satelittjänster   https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-expands-its-azure-space-satellite-connectivity-options/  - Windows Terminal for teman   https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/windows-terminal-gets-support-for-creating-custom-themes/  - Blur i Teams när man kör Citrix / VMware VDI   https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=97952  APPLE - Låter kameran på din nya iPhone   https://9to5mac.com/2022/09/19/iphone-14-camera-shake-bug-fix/  - Apple släpper iOS 16.1 Beta med nya features (remove Wallet app)   https://www.macrumors.com/2022/09/14/everything-new-ios-16-1-beta-1/  - Lättare att byta glas på baksidan   https://www.macrumors.com/2022/09/15/iphone-14-removable-back-glass/  GOOGLE: - Google får lite böter av EU   https://www.thurrott.com/google/272973/google-suffers-major-defeat-in-eu-android-antitrust-case  - Google är på gång med en ny WiFi router   https://www.androidpolice.com/nest-wifi-pro-mesh-router-google-all-but-confirmed/    - BONUSLÄNK: https://cloud.withgoogle.com/next  - Google rullar ut svar I messages   https://www.androidpolice.com/google-messages-replies-preview/  - Incognito får Biometriskt lås   https://www.androidpolice.com/google-chrome-105-protect-incognito-tabs-biometrics/  EXTRA NYHETER:  - Amazon släpper en ny Kindle!   https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022/09/amazons-new-kindle-offers-twice-the-storage-a-sharper-screen-and-usb-c-for-100/  - Relativitetsteorin funkar fortfarande   https://www.cnet.com/science/space/einsteins-mind-bending-theory-of-relativity-passes-yet-another-huge-test/  TIPS: - David tipsar:   https://www.whatismytenantid.com/  PRYLLISTA - Björn:  "Tänk om … 2" https://www.bokus.com/bok/9789179650575/tank-om-2-nya-vetenskapliga-svar-pa-absurda-hypotetiska-fragor/  - David: https://www.webhallen.com/se/product/352871-LEGO-Speed-Champions-Mercedes-AMG-F1-W12-E-Performance-Mercedes-AMG-Project-One-76909  - Johan:  https://9to5google.com/2022/09/20/carsifi-android-auto-review/  EGNA LÄNKAR - En Liten Podd Om IT på webben,      http://enlitenpoddomit.se/  - En Liten Podd Om IT på Facebook,      https://www.facebook.com/EnLitenPoddOmIt/  - En Liten Podd Om IT på Youtube,      https://www.youtube.com/enlitenpoddomit  - Ge oss gärna en recension    - https://podcasts.apple.com/se/podcast/en-liten-podd-om-it/id946204577?mt=2#see-all/reviews      - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/en-liten-podd-om-it-158069  LÄNKAR TILL VART MAN HITTAR PODDEN FÖR ATT LYSSNA: - Apple Podcaster (iTunes), https://itunes.apple.com/se/podcast/en-liten-podd-om-it/id946204577  - Overcast, https://overcast.fm/itunes946204577/en-liten-podd-om-it  - Acast, https://www.acast.com/enlitenpoddomit  - Spotify, https://open.spotify.com/show/2e8wX1O4FbD6M2ocJdXBW7?si=HFFErR8YRlKrELsUD--Ujg%20  - Stitcher, https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-nerd-herd/en-liten-podd-om-it  - YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/enlitenpoddomit  LÄNK TILL DISCORD DÄR MAN HITTAR LIVE STREAM + CHATT - http://discord.enlitenpoddomit.se  (Och glöm inte att maila bjorn@enlitenpoddomit.se  om du vill ha klistermärken, skicka med en postadress bara. :) 

מדברים סייבר
תוכנת מוזיקה, כרום כותב לקליפבורד, טסלה החדשה, ומחקר סימנטק שחושף עולמות חבויים

מדברים סייבר

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 47:37


השבוע בסייבר עם חברים אירחנו את מי ברוקס-קמפלר שהיא סגנית מנהל אבטחת מידע בבנק WIO BANK מייסדת של חברת HELENA אשר מתמחה במודעות של אבטחת מיידע ומנהל קהילת Think Safe Cyber בפייסבוק.עברנו על אירועי השבוע: הוצאה של גרסה חדשה לנגן הוותיק winamp שאר כוללת תמיכה מלאה בחלונות 11 ותמיכה בסטרימים מוצפנים.סקרנו חולשה בכלל דפדפנים שמבוסים על Chromium שבהם הכתיבה ל clipboard נעשית בעת גלישה לאתרים מסוימים ללא אישור של המשתמש עצמו, מי רוצה להתנסות מוזמן לגשת ללינק:https://madebyevan.com/clipboard-testהטסלה החדשה שעושה מ ס-100 ב 2.1 שניות, עדכון חדש לחלונות 11 בהם יש מספר לא קטן של חידושים, דלף מידע של 55 גיגה מחברת סיסקו העולמית: האם נלקח קוד או חומר סודי אחר?קבוצות תקיפה עוברות לשיטת הצפנה חזקה ומהירה יותר, עדכון חשוב של חברת HP אשר מתקנת ליקוי אבטחה חמור- רוצו לעדכן!!בתחום הפרטיות הוגשה תביעת ענק נגד קופת חולים כללית אשר מתקשרים למוקד יכולים להיחשף למידע רגיש אישי של כולנו, אפל משחרר מערוכת הפעלה חדשה ועדכון של 9 פגיעויות Zero-Day.לבסוף מחקר חדש של חברת סימנטק אשר מצאה פריצה ב 1800 אפליקציות אשר משתמשות באותם מפתחות ציבוריים גלויים לשירותי AWS שדרכם ניתן להגיע למקומות שאנחנו לא רוצים שמי שאין לו הרשאה מתאימה יכנס.מגיש רותם בר -@Rotem Barמשתתפת מאי קמפלר ברוקס-קמפלרעורך בועז פירסט - @Boaz Furstמוזמנים להמשיך לעקוב אחרינו בכל הפלטפורמות

Besin Piramidi
Bölüm 437: Chromium Picolinate

Besin Piramidi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 14:58


Krom mineralinin bir formu olan ve beslenme desteği şeklinde satılan bu ürünün kilo vermeyi hızlandırdığı doğru mu?

Cyber Security with Bob G
Avast News Companion

Cyber Security with Bob G

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:22


Video - https://youtu.be/jefDwaGtpOY Don't be fooled by fake news sources. Quickly check media source bias and factual reporting on supported sites. Available for the Avast Secure Browser and all other Chromium based Browsers. https://platform.avast.com/innovation/news-companion --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norbert-gostischa/support

The Robert Scott Bell Show
The RSB Show 9-7-22 - Health research fraud, Sherry Neill, Absolute Wellness Center, Naturopathy

The Robert Scott Bell Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 129:56


The RSB Show 9-7-22 - Health research fraud, Sherry Neill, Absolute Wellness Center, Naturopathy, Missing Link, Chromium, Healthy detox, Cannabis vs Pharma

Man Behind The Machine
AstroBot and the Metaverse Mutants

Man Behind The Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 40:18


On this episode: No one driving: AstroBot and the Metaverse Temptations, Microsoft, Chromium, anti-virus stuff and windows defender / Hackers are using the James Webb Telescope's first image to push malware and voicemails from Detroit

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Fenómenos paranormales tecnológicos

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 13:16


¿Hubo trampas en el mayor torneo de ajedrez? / ¿Realmente fue hackeado ayer TikTok? / ¿Está Spotify haciendo trampas en sus rankings? / ¿Estaba el atacante de la VP argentina en Rouzed? Patrocinador: Volvo ha presentado un nuevo podcast de tan solo tres episodios, pero muy interesantes sobre sostenibilidad. Se titula Un Futuro Muy Volvo, y es fantásticamente didáctico. Escúchalo en Spotify. ¿Hubo trampas en el mayor torneo de ajedrez? / ¿Realmente fue hackeado ayer TikTok? / ¿Está Spotify haciendo trampas en sus rankings? / ¿Estaba el atacante de la VP argentina en Rouzed? ♟️ ¿Han hecho trampas en uno de los mayores campeonatos de ajedrez? Magnus Carlsen, el mejor jugador desde hace años, abandonó por sorpresa el torneo de Saint Louis con un enigmático tweet implicando que su último rival hizo trampas. — Un histórico rival de Magnus, Hikaru Nakamura, también implica que hubo trampas.

Slowing down the inevitable embarrassment of growing old
Electrolytes - potassium, magnesium, selenium, chromium, calcium…

Slowing down the inevitable embarrassment of growing old

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 7:55


You probably won't get enough of those if you don't eat your vegetables!

Adafruit Industries
Pi SSD Media Server

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 1:33


Build your own media server using #RaspberryPi 4 and an external SSD. Stream live TV and movies with Plex using the Chromium web browser. Learn guide https://learn.adafruit.com/pi-ssd-media-server/ Raspberry Pi 4 https://www.adafruit.com/product/4295 1.9in TFT Display https://www.adafruit.com/product/5394 Pimoroni Nano HAT https://www.adafruit.com/product/3577 Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

3D Printing Projects
Pi SSD Media Server

3D Printing Projects

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 1:33


Build your own media server using #RaspberryPi 4 and an external SSD. Stream live TV and movies with Plex using the Chromium web browser. Learn guide https://learn.adafruit.com/pi-ssd-media-server/ Raspberry Pi 4 https://www.adafruit.com/product/4295 1.9in TFT Display https://www.adafruit.com/product/5394 Pimoroni Nano HAT https://www.adafruit.com/product/3577 Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

Going Linux
Going Linux #429 · Using Open Source Software to get a new job

Going Linux

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 35:06


Bill reveals his personal experiences using only Open Source software to get a new job. From resume and application through providing ID and other documents, he uses only open source software on Linux. He also provides some tips for job seekers. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #429 · Using Open Source Software to get a new job 02:52 Open source operating system(s) 04:12 Open source applications 04:36 Online resources 05:02 Quirks with Firefox, not with Chromium 09:32 No FAX required 10:50 Comparison of Linux vs. Windows or macOS experience 12:13 LibreOffice 16:58 MS Office Online is crippled 18:56 Paid vs. free Office apps 22:59 GIMP to crop and straighten pictures of ID and other cards 27:09 Tips for job seekers 28:53 Summary 34:08 goinglinux.com, goinglinux@gmail.com, +1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe 35:06 End

Security Architecture Podcast
Island (Browser Security) - Season 04/05 - Episode #42

Security Architecture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 34:56


Our guest for the show is Brian Kenyon, Brian serves as the Chief Strategy Officer at Island, a hot start-up that recently emerged from stealth to deliver the industry's first Enterprise Browser. Season 4 KickOff episode with Chase https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWB05cb7XRQ Demo: https://www.island.io/contact-us Whitepaper: https://connect.island.io/hubfs/White%20Papers/whitepaper%20013122_c.pdf About Island: Island is the developer of the Enterprise Browser – the ideal enterprise workplace, where work flows freely while remaining fundamentally secure. With the core needs of the enterprise naturally embedded in the browser itself, Island gives organizations complete control, visibility and governance over the last mile, while delivering the same smooth Chromium-based browser experience users expect. Led by experienced leaders of the enterprise security and browser technology space and backed by leading venture funds – Insight Partners, Sequoia Capital, Cyberstarts and Stripes – Island is redefining the future of work for some of the largest, most respected enterprises in the world. Island is based in Dallas with research and development in Tel Aviv About Brian: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianmkenyon Brian comes from more than 20 years of experience driving product strategy, growth initiatives and go-to-market for organizations across all stages. Currently, Brian serves as the Chief Strategy Officer at Island, a hot start up that recently emerged from stealth to deliver the industry's first Enterprise Browser. As a founding team member of Island, Brian was essential in driving in establishing Island's product and go-to-market strategies, as well as part of the leadership team that secured over $100 million in financing from leading early-stage investors including Insight Partners, Sequoia Capital, Cyberstarts and Stripes. In addition to being a crucial member of Island's early stage success, Brian also served as Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at Blue Coat Systems (which was acquired by Symantec in 2016 where he held the same position), as well as chief architect at Foundstone, which McAfee acquired in 2004, where he played an integral role in designing and developing the company's cutting-edge hardware and software solutions. Upon joining McAfee, he served in a variety of roles including Chief Technology Officer as well as Chief Technical Strategist. Throughout Brian's career he has been responsible for the strategy engagements of these major company success stories and has the right experience to help entrepreneurs navigate the challenges, successes and roadblocks of early-stage growth.

Coder Radio
479: Apple's Mob Move

Coder Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 55:18


New leaks reveal how hollow Apple's claims of fighting for user privacy are. We discuss their scheme to monetize the downturn. Plus, why we've never seen an App blow it as severely as Telegram is right now, and Electron's Flash moment.

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Eryn Knight | Understanding Post Prandial Glucose & How To Lower Blood Sugar Naturally With These EASY Tips KKP: 449

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 46:05


In this episode we bring on the vice president of Good Idea, Eryn Knight.  GOOD IDEA is a clean, functional beverage containing five essential amino acids, chromium picolinate, zinc, and potassium for better hydration. No artificial anything, no sweetener, no caffeine; it's all top quality ingredients and a clean label. Its sparkling but it's really mild so you can chug it without burping like normal carbonated water. It is also slightly more alkaline than typical sparkling water.  There are actually 11 clinical trials and over 2 decades of research behind GOOD IDEA. The discovery is the specific ratio of amino acids and chromium picolinate. At first, they discovered pairing the chromium with the 5 amino acids was dropping post-meal blood sugar by about 10% while keeping insulin levels at the same rate as placebo; after perfecting the ratio, it improved to reduce post-meal blood sugar by20-30% or more for some people.  Purchase Good Idea here: https://www.goodidea.us/discount/KETOKAMP use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 10% off your order. Here's what we discussed in this episode... 1. It is good for post-workout recovery and to help sustain performance. Plus, many of the BCAA drinks on the market contain artificial ingredients and sweeteners. This is clean; it's quality, with no sweeteners, calories, or junk. 2. It helps keep blood sugar numbers more stable, which in turn provides more consistent energy 3. It energizes with no caffeine, which, as we know, caffeine can increase cortisol for some people making it harder to shed fat. 3. It's good for breaking an extended fast and keeping blood sugar from spiking. 4. Chromium has been studied for its ability to reduce cravings as well. & more! Follow Good Idea: Website: https://www.goodidea.us/discount/KETOKAMP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodideaus/ Follow Danielle Hamilton: https://www.instagram.com/daniellehamiltonhealth/ Register for my upcoming 90 day detox program: http://www.ketokampdetox.com  / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Magnesium Electrolyte, Magensium Supplement & more: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KK15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list.  *Some Links Are Affiliates* Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list.  // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸clubhouse | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.

The Hexdrinkers Podcast
Ep 74: Where are they now? A Deckbuilding and Playgroup Progression Discussion - the Hexdrinkers Podcast

The Hexdrinkers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 88:10


The boys take a deep dive into how some of the staple decks of their playgroups came about, morphing due to changing tastes, playgroup power levels, and card availability. We covering everyone from Maelstrom Wanderer to Kozilek, Chromium to The Ur-Dragon! Use our TCGplayer affiliate link to buy cards: https://bit.ly/3qWntVa Support us on Patreon and get full access and plenty more benefits https://www.patreon.com/hexdrinkers Check out articles, deck techs, and more at https://hexdrinkers.com/ Talk Magic with us at https://twitter.com/hexdrinkers or https://www.instagram.com/hexdrinkers/ All our decklists can be found at https://www.moxfield.com/users/The_Hexdrinkers Catch us on stream on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/the_hexdrinkers Catch gameplay, replays, highlights, and other videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8VvyNf8K3etyuLptQzBiYA Questions, comments, or business ventures can be directed to hexdrinkers@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Think BIG Bodybuilding
Muscle Minds 129 Clen + Yohimbine Synergy

Think BIG Bodybuilding

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 83:41


Why does clenbuterol and yohimbine work so well together? Plus the other popular fat burners in bodybuilding explained. Scott Stevenson explains plus Deca Only discussed and more QA TIME STAMPS BELOW ✅ Check out Scott's book "Be Your Own Bodybuilding Coach" : http://www.byobbcoach.com

Invite Health Podcast
Diabetics should know this supplement

Invite Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 23:14


One supplement every diabetic should be taken is Coenzyme Q10. This supplement is extremely beneficial for a diabetics health. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting http://www.invitehealth.com/podcast. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, as well as a complete transcript of the audio, click here

Caffe 2.0
2513 Chromium ungoogled non supporta le estensioni anche per Android

Caffe 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 8:10


Perche' togliere uno strumento indispensabile ?Ecco perche' le versioni ungoogle sono velocissime, ma non personalizzabili.Ecco il sito citato: https://chromium.woolyss.com/

XenTegra - IGEL Weekly
IGEL Weekly: How to: IGEL OS with Chromium Guide

XenTegra - IGEL Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 41:23 Transcription Available


Recently, in the IGEL Community, Leon Beitsch, IGEL Community VIP, released a white paper detailing how to configure IGEL OS with Chromium. This is a hot topic, and Leon does a great job sharing the fine details on installing and configuring Chromium with IGEL OS. Host: Andy WhitesideCo-host: Chris FeeneyCo-host: Patrick Toner

PING
Making the Internet QUICer

PING

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 47:55


In this episode, APNIC's Chief Scientist, Geoff Huston joins us to discuss a new measurement project that he and his APNIC Labs colleague Joao Damas have established to measure the use and performance of the QUIC protocol (RFC 9000). Although QUIC has only recently been standardized by the IETF (May 2021), it has been around since 2012 with an initial public release included in Chromium version 29, in August 2013. After nine years, how widely is it being used and is it living up to its billing and improving the reliability, security and speed of the Internet? The views expressed by the featured speakers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of APNIC.

Linux User Space
Episode 3:02: The Utopic Tale of Ubuntu

Linux User Space

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 111:30


Coming up in this episode 1. The origins of the shirts 2. Ubuntu's history 3. And some thoughts on 22.04 Video version https://youtu.be/PCM-h_0Rqbc Support us on Patreon (https://patreon.com/linuxuserspace)! Audio Timestamps 0:00 Cold Open 1:30 The Origin of the Shirts 6:43 Lubuntu's in the Backporting Biz 9:45 Ubuntu's History 11:30 2004 17:01 2005 20:11 2006 24:01 2007 29:55 2008 36:39 2009 40:16 2010 47:52 2011 55:05 2012 1:02:35 2013 1:10:03 2014 1:15:00 2015 1:20:19 2016 1:25:26 2017 1:28:49 2018 1:31:17 2019 1:33:49 2020 1:35:55 2021 1:37:19 2022 1:39:43 A Couple Thoughts on Ubuntu 1:48:13 A New Distro, and a Thanks! 1:50:26 Stinger Banter Dan's Shirt (https://southeastlinuxfest.org) Leo's Shirt (https://ubuntu.com/blog/build-a-raspberry-pi-desktop-with-an-ubuntu-heart) Lubuntu Backports are coming! (https://lubuntu.me/jammy-backports-22-04-1-cft/) Announcements Give us a sub on YouTube (https://linuxuserspace.show/youtube) You can watch us live on Twitch (https://linuxuserspace.show/twitch) the day after an episode drops.(not this episode but normally.) Want to have a topic covered or have some feedback? - send us an email, contact@linuxuserspace.show Ubuntu The Saga Some fast links: Main Web Page (https://ubuntu.com) Ubuntu Forums (https://ubuntuforums.org) AskUbuntu (https://askubuntu.com) Ubuntu Discourse (https://discourse.ubuntu.com) Launchpad (https://launchpad.net) Official Flavours (https://ubuntu.com/desktop/flavours) Wiki (https://wiki.ubuntu.com) There are way too many links to get them all! We gathered a great deal from the official Ubuntu Blog (https://ubuntu.com/blog/) The Inception (https://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1186095&seqNum=3) Bug #1 (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/1) October 20, 2004 Warty Warthog 4.10 was the first release. Shipit came about the same time (https://web.archive.org/web/20041210114946/http://shipit.ubuntu.com/) Hoary Hedgehog, 5.04, is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-5-04-released) adding KDE and the Kubuntu flavor. Ubuntu Foundation is Created (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-ubuntu-foundation-announced) Warty's 18 months are up (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-4-10-end-of-support-cycle) Dapper Drake, 6.06, is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-6-06-lts-released). To date the only release that was late. Also, Xubuntu joined the family with the Xfce desktop. Scott James Remnant dubbed it the Late To Ship release (https://netsplit.com/posts/happy-10th-birthday-ubuntu/) Edgy Eft, 6.10 is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-launches-new-ubuntu-release-for-desktops-and-servers), now with more Upstart (https://upstart.ubuntu.com/) Launch Pad 1.0 Beta released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/launchpad-1-0-beta-released) Dell offers Ubuntu 7.04 (https://ubuntu.com/blog/dell-to-offer-ubuntu) on select devices in the US (https://web.archive.org/web/20070503024310/http://direct2dell.com/one2one/archive/2007/05/01/13147.aspx) first release of Ubuntu Studio (https://launchpad.net/ubuntustudio/+milestone/feisty-7.04-release) Gutsy Gibbon, 7.10 Desktop, is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-7-10-desktop-edition-released). Mythubuntu and Gobuntu appear here. Launchpad is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-announces-launch-of-launchpad-personal-package-archive-service-for-developers) System76 joined the fray (https://ubuntu.com/blog/system76-announces-servers-with-ubuntu-7-10-and-canonical-support-services) Landscape, system management and monitoring tools for Ubuntu, launches (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-announces-general-availability-of-systems-management-and-monitoring-tool-landscape-launches-with-free-trial) Hardy Heron, 8.04 LTS, released for Desktop (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-8-04-lts-desktop-edition-released). Wubi is also released. Gobuntu has been made redundant (https://web.archive.org/web/20110929075747/https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/gobuntu-devel/2008-June/000795.html) Launchpad 2.0 released (https://news.softpedia.com/news/Canonical-Presents-Launchpad-2-0-91019.shtml) Canonical open sources Launchpad (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-releases-source-code-for-launchpad) Karmic Koala, 9.10 (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KarmicKoala/HumanReleaseNotes), is relased and so is Ubuntu One (https://launchpad.net/ubuntuone/) Lucid Lynx, 10.04, released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/reasons-to-celebrate-29th-april-2010) and the first hints of Lubuntu, though not official yet. Unity announced (https://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/383) Ubuntu and Canonical sites get a facelift (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-ubuntu-and-canonical-sites). See it here (https://web.archive.org/web/20100601092326/http://www.ubuntu.com/) Canonical announces Ubuntu Advantage (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-canonical-services-help-businesses-get-ahead-with-ubuntu-server-and-ubuntu-desktop) Unity shows lots of improvement (https://ubuntu.com/blog/introduction-to-unity-launcher), but it's NOT A DOCK! (See it in action) (https://vimeo.com/12818039) Quitter talk - Blog post (https://ubuntu.com/blog/quit) Shipit comes to an end (https://ubuntu.com/blog/shipit-comes-to-an-end) Oneiric Ocelot, 11.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OneiricOcelot/ReleaseNotes?action=show&redirect=OneiricOcelot%2FTechnicalOverview) and Lubuntu becomes official. The HUD is introduced. (https://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/939) Precise Pangolin, 12.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PrecisePangolin/ReleaseNotes/UbuntuDesktop/UbuntuDesktop-12.04) Includes the Heads Up Display (https://web.archive.org/web/20120125082058/https://people.canonical.com/~ories/HUD.m4v) Favorable reviews of Ubuntu as a whole, but also Unity (https://www.techrepublic.com/article/ubuntu-unity-making-the-desktop-seriously-efficient-again/) The traditional installer/live CD is dead (https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/09/its-official-the-ubuntu-livecd-is-dead). Ubuntu comes to the phone (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-comes-to-the-phone-with-a-beautifully-distilled-interface-and-a-unique-full-pc-capability-when-docked) Raring Ringtail, 13.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/ReleaseNotes) focus on mobile (https://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1195) ahead of the 14.04 release Wubi has unresolved bugs (https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2013-April/036993.html) Ubuntu Kylin was born Ubuntu Edge Announced. (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-edge) Edge fails (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-edge-thank-you) to meet its goal (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ubuntu-edge#/) Ubuntu Kylin hits 1.3m downloads (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-kylin-booms-in-china-with-over-1300000-downloads-in-less-than) Ubuntu One's file services are being shut down (https://ubuntu.com/blog/shutting-down-ubuntu-one-file-services) Ubuntu Mate Remix is announced (https://ubuntu-mate.org/blog/ubuntu-mate-remix-inception/) Mark Shuttleworth announces "Snappy Ubuntu" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlcTDz9ogug) The BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu edition is available (https://ubuntu.com/blog/bqs-new-aquaris-e4-5-ubuntu-edition-the-smartphone-that-puts-content-and-services-at-your-fingertips) "Snappy Ubuntu Core" on Raspberry Pi 2 (https://ubuntu.com/blog/snappy-ubuntu-core-on-raspberry-pi-2) Vivid Vervet 15.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VividVervet/ReleaseNotes) Ubuntu MATE, nearly called Mubuntu (https://ubuntu-mate.community/t/why-not-mubuntu/7279/5), gets its first "official flavor" release Snapcraft is announced and Snappy Apps are being called Snaps now (https://ubuntu.com/blog/java-on-snappy) ZFS is coming to Ubuntu (https://ubuntu.com/blog/zfs-licensing-and-linux) Acknowledgement (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-app-developer-blog-announcing-new-snap-desktop-launchers) that Snaps don't quite look right a lot of times. Mark Shuttleworth announces that Ubuntu's Unity experiement has failed (https://ubuntu.com/blog/growing-ubuntu-for-cloud-and-iot-rather-than-phone-and-convergence) and Gnome, not Unity8 will be the default session in Ubuntu 18.04. This also marks the end of Ubuntu Phone. The next day, however, Marius Gripsgard of UBPorts stepped up to take the reins. (https://fossbytes.com/unity-8-ubuntu-touch-ubports/) Zesty Zappus, 17.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ZestyZapus/ReleaseNotes) and with it Ubuntu Budgie becomes an official flavor. Ubuntu 16.04 shows up in the Windows Store (https://ubuntu.com/blog/windows-10-loves-ubuntu-loveislove), for the Windows Subsystem for Linux. Canonical joins (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-joins-gnome-foundation-advisory-board) the Gnome Foundation Advisory Board ahead of the 18.04 release. Bionic Beaver, 18.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BionicBeaver/ReleaseNotes) and Gnome is the default DE again. Bryan Quigley, looks to drop 32-bit hardware support (https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-discuss/2018-May/018004.html) Cosmic Cuttlefish, 18.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CosmicCuttlefish/ReleaseNotes) 32-bit support is now in consideration to be removed, so upgrades from 18.04 are forbidden on 32-bit installs. Lubuntu Switches to LXQt from LXDE (https://lubuntu.me/cosmic-released/) Mir 1.0 is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/iot-graphics-mir-release-1-0) Disco Dingo, 19.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiscoDingo/ReleaseNotes) No more 32bit isos, long live 32bit. Ubuntu for WSL2 (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-announces-support-for-ubuntu-on-windows-subsystem-for-linux-2) i386 architecture, or rather 32-bit support, will be dropped (https://web.archive.org/web/20190625190907/https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2019-June/001261.html) i386 architecture will not be dropped (https://ubuntu.com/blog/statement-on-32-bit-i386-packages-for-ubuntu-19-10-and-20-04-lts) Eoan Ermine 19.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EoanErmine/ReleaseNotes) Experimental ZFS support on installation is available Chromium is snap-only (https://ubuntu.com/blog/chromium-in-ubuntu-deb-to-snap-transition) Rocco Interviews Mark Shuttleworth on Linux Spotlight (https://youtu.be/UDHL3youjIY) Ubuntu in Pop Culture (https://ubuntu.com/blog/2004-to-20-04-lts-ubuntu-in-popular-culture) Focal Fossa, 20.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FocalFossa/ReleaseNotes) Hardware enablement is on by default on the desktop. The Snap Store tags in for Ubuntu Software Groovy Gorilla 20.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GroovyGorilla/ReleaseNotes) Active Directory support gets added to the installer (https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Ubuntu-20.10-Active-Directory) Snaps get faster (https://forum.snapcraft.io/t/how-to-switch-your-snap-to-use-lzo-compression/21714) Another lurch forward for snap theming. (https://ubuntu.com/blog/snaps-and-themes-on-the-path-to-seamless-desktop-integration) The Ubuntu installer is being rewritten (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/refreshing-the-ubuntu-desktop-installer/20659) in Flutter. Impish Indri, 21.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ImpishIndri/ReleaseNotes) Firefox follows Chromium and switches from a deb to a snap (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/feature-freeze-exception-seeding-the-official-firefox-snap-in-ubuntu-desktop/24210) - Only for main Ubuntu, not the flavors... yet. Ubuntu gets their shiny new logo (https://ubuntu.com/blog/a-new-look-for-the-circle-of-friends) Jammy Jellyfish, 22.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JammyJellyfish/ReleaseNotes) Better Active Directory integration (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-active-directory-integration-features-in-ubuntu-22-04-part-1) Flavors follow main Ubuntu and switch to the snap of Firefox. A big push to improve Firefox snap performance (https://ubuntu.com/blog/how-are-we-improving-firefox-snap-performance-part-1) The push to improve Firefox continues (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-ubuntu-core-22-is-now-available-optimised-for-iot-and-embedded-devices) Housekeeping Catch these and other great topics as they unfold on our Subreddit or our News channel on Discord. * Linux User Space subreddit (https://linuxuserspace.show/reddit) * Linux User Space Discord Server (https://linuxuserspace.show/discord) * Linux User Space Telegram (https://linuxuserspace.show/telegram) * Linux User Space Matrix (https://linuxuserspace.show/matrix) Next Time Our next show will be a topic show. Our next distro is Endeavour OS (https://endeavouros.com) Come back in two weeks for more Linux User Space Stay tuned and interact with us on Twitter, Mastodon, Telegram, Matrix, Discord whatever. Give us your suggestions on our subreddit r/LinuxUserSpace Join the conversation. Talk to us, and give us more ideas. All the links in the show notes and on linuxuserspace.show. We would like to acknowledge our top patrons. Thank you for your support! Producer Bruno John Josh Co-Producer Johnny Contributor Advait CubicleNate Eduardo Jill and Steve LiNuXsys666 Nicholas Paul sleepyeyesvince

Desde el reloj
E0386: Flashear Tasmota desde un navegador web

Desde el reloj

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 6:06


Web Serial es la tecnología que usan los navegadores basados en Chromium para hacer funcionar la web de Tasmota de la que os hablo esta tarde. No vamos a necesitar ni descargarnos el firmware de GitHub para flashear nuestros dispositivos domóticos.

Invite Health Podcast
Is A Powdered Multivitamin beneficial?

Invite Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 20:45


A Multivitamin is for all age groups with research suggests a multitude of reduced risk factors to specific disease states. Multivitamins and mineral are consumed by thousands of individuals learn more about why a powder form maybe more beneficial for your needs. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting http://www.invitehealth.com/podcast. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, as well as a complete transcript of the audio, click here 

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News
OpenSea Makes Waves, XFiles XPands, Dangling Chromium, and more.

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 3:00


A daily look at the relevant information security news from overnight - 30 June, 2022Episode 255 - 30 June 2022OpenSea Makes Waves- https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/30/nft-opensea-data-breach/ XFiles XPands - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/xfiles-info-stealing-malware-adds-support-for-follina-delivery/8220 Miner Upgrade- https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-warning-this-malware-that-targets-linux-just-got-a-big-update/Brocade Broken - https://www.securityweek.com/brocade-vulnerabilities-could-impact-storage-solutions-several-major-companiesAstraLocker Attack - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/astralocker-20-infects-users-directly-from-word-attachments/Dangling Chromium - https://portswigger.net/daily-swig/chromium-browsers-vulnerable-to-dangling-markup-injectionHi, I'm Paul Torgersen. It's Thursday June 30th 2022, happy birthday Jayden, and this is a look at the information security news from overnight. From TechCrunch.comNFT marketplace OpenSea, has suffered a massive data breach. It seems a staffer at their vendor Customer.io shared the entire email database with a third party. If you have shared your email with OpenSea at any time in the past, you should assume you were impacted. Be on the lookout for targeted phishing emails coming your way. From BleepingComputer.com:These next two are quick hits on malware strains upgrading their exploits. The XFiles info-stealer has added a delivery module that exploits the Windows Follina vulnerability. On a side note, XFiles has also recruited new members recently and is launching new products. Details in the article. From ZDNet.com:Along those same lines, Microsoft is warning about notable updates to malware targeting Linux servers to install cryptominers and IRC bots. The 8220 gang has added new functionality to exploit the recent Confluence vulnerability, as well as an old 2019 WebLogic bug. Details in the article. From SecurityWeek.com:Broadcom revealed that the Brocade SANnav storage area network is affected by nine vulnerabilities, some of which could impact the products of their partner companies, such as HPE, NetApp, Oracle, Dell, Fujitsu, IBM, Lenovo and others. There is no evidence as of yet that these have been exploited in the wild, but get your patch on kids. From BleepingComputer.comThe ransomware strain called AstraLocker has recently released its second major version that drops its payload directly from email attachments. Specifically Word docs. Obviously this smash and grab type of attack is looking for quick payouts and not trying for persistence or lateral movement. Full write up in the article. And last today, from PortSwigger.netA recently-patched security hole in Chromium browsers allowed attackers to bypass safeguards against dangling markup injection, and extract sensitive information from webpages. While dangling markup injection is well-known and -addressed in Chrome, the new attack took advantage of an unaddressed case in how the browser upgrades unsafe HTTP connections. You know where to find the details. That's all for me today. Have a great rest of your day. Like and subscribe, and until tomorrow, be safe out there.

Starseed Radio Academy
Starseed Essences: Alchemy from the Avatars

Starseed Radio Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 83:00


Sandra Recchione is an alchemist who has been guided by Yeshua, Mary Magdalene, Archangel Michael and St. Germain in creating her Starseed Essences.  She also received the calling to become ordained in the Order of Melchizedek, working with Master Melchizedek in the higher realms.  It was St. Germain who appeared to her deep state transcendental meditation and told her to create these Essences using her collection of Crystal Andaras. These Andara essences carry the frequency of the Masters, angels and cosmic universal beings of light. The monatomic Andara Crystals were discovered by Nellie, a half-Choctaw Indian Medicine Woman, who was also a powerful shaman and healer. In 1967 a mineral deposit in Mount Shasta, the High Sierra Mountains of northern California, was discovered with monatomic minerals. We can find Gold, Silver, Iridium, Rhodium, Chromium, and Platinum in these minerals. This mineral complex can strengthen the energetic field of the human body, and it can restore health and bring balance to your whole being.  Sandra recently became certified in DDEH which stands for Divine Dragon Energy Healing accredited by the IICT International Institute of Complementary Therapists.  The Divine Dragon Energy Healing™ system offers you pristine, high-vibrational frequencies and practical protocols: true Dragon alchemy of magic and earthed, heart-loving embodiment of higher dimensional frequencies from the Divine Dragon Realm.  Her website has much to offer: https://starseedessenceshoppe.com/ At the top of the show, it's Anastasia's Starseed News with topics of interest and hope for starseeds. We have had some spots open for the August 12-15 Starseed Quest, so claim your spot now by writing to crystals at starseedhotline dot com!

Your Weight Loss Journey with Dr. Brian Yeung
Chromium For Weight Loss - Weight Loss Supplements

Your Weight Loss Journey with Dr. Brian Yeung

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 5:51


How can taking chromium picolinate help with weight loss? Does the form of chromium matter? Let's look at the benefits of chromium picolinate, potential side effects, and how you can effectively use it for weight loss.

El podcast de HardwareAdictos
Soy un "Linuxero" malo malote: Microsoft Edge en Fedora 36

El podcast de HardwareAdictos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 13:52


Pues eso, ni mas ni menos, he decidido probar Microsoft Edge, navegador que llevo usando desde su lanzamiento con base Chromium, en Fedora y la verdad, estoy gratamente sorprendido con los resultados obtenidos.

Choses à Savoir TECH
Internet Explorer, c'est fini.

Choses à Savoir TECH

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 2:54


C'est l'un des navigateurs les plus iconiques de l'histoire d'internet qui s'apprête à tirer définitivement sa révérence : Internet Explorer s'arrêtera définitivement de fonctionner le 15 juin prochain. Un clap de fin auquel ses utilisateurs se préparent depuis 2015 et qui a été accéléré ces dernières années par l'arrivée de son successeur Microsoft Edge. Mais que les plus attristés d'entre vous sèchent leurs larmes, Internet Explorer ne devrait pas disparaître totalement. Il ne vous aura pas échappé ces dernières années que les nouveaux ordinateurs fonctionnant sous Windows ne proposent plus Internet Explorer comme navigateur par défaut, mais Microsoft Edge. Depuis 2019, Edge utilise la structure Chromium pour fonctionner, soit la même que Google Chrome, plus rapide et sécurisée que celle d'Explorer. C'est notamment en raison des lacunes d'Internet Explorer dans ces deux domaines, sécurité et rapidité, que Microsoft a décidé de supprimer progressivement son vieux navigateur âgé de 27 ans à partir du 15 juin. Dans le détail, cette suppression concernera les systèmes fonctionnant sous Windows 10 20H2 et toutes les versions ultérieures. Les personnes utilisant Windows 8.1 ne seront quant à elle pas concernées. Mais si vous utilisez Windows 10, voir Windows 11 et que cette nouvelle vous rend déjà nostalgique d'une époque révolue d'internet, celle des années 2000, rassurez-vous, Explorer continuera d'exister à travers Edge grâce à une version dite « virtuelle » et plus sécurisée. En clair, il faudra simplement se rendre dans l'onglet « navigateur par défaut » dans les paramètres et sélectionner Internet Explorer. Je le répète, il s'agira d'une simple interface. Car en réalité, c'est bien Edge qui s'exécutera mais avec le visuel d'Internet Explorer. Une option qui aura de quoi ravir les fans jusqu'en 2029 à en croire le calendrier annoncé par Microsoft. Dès lors, vous êtes en droit de vous demander pourquoi Microsoft supprime l'application Internet Explorer mais offre tout de même une option pour celles et ceux qui souhaiteraient l'utiliser à travers Edge ? Et bien tout simplement pour faire gagner Microsoft Edge en popularité ! En effet, une grande majorité des utilisateurs Windows optent aujourd'hui pour Google Chrome, sans compter la montée en puissance des navigateurs alternatifs comme Brave, misant sur la sécurité et la protection des données des utilisateurs. En ajoutant la corde nostalgie et vintage d'Internet Explorer à son arc, Edge compte bien rapatrier certains utilisateurs et tenter de contester l'hégémonie de Chrome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Health Connection Radio
Chromium, Insulin Resistance and Its Use in Type 1 and Type2 Diabetes

Health Connection Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 15:34


Chromium has a long history of research and articles published in peer-reviews medical journals. In over 1000 of these articles, the vast majority indicate that chromium supplementation can prevent and treat insulin resistance, Type 2 diabetes, hypoglycemia and even several articles that indicate it may help in Type 1 diabetes. There is no question that chromium is required for normal insulin function. The only question is why more endocrinologists and medical doctors are not aware of this. Nutritional Biochemist Jay Foster reviews these articles and presents the information in easy to understand terms.

Feed Room Chemist: An Equine Nutrition Podcast
96 | Heat Stress Dr. Kopp, Part 2

Feed Room Chemist: An Equine Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 25:21


Veterinarian, Dr. Ken Kopp, joins Dr. Nichols for a 2-part episode on heat stress in horses. If you missed part 1 (episode 95) stop, and go start there! You can now follow @drjyme on Facebook and Instagram! Please tell your friends how #feedroomchemist has made you an #empoweredhorseowner! Show Notes: · Register for 2022 EquiSUMMIT: http://attendequisummit.com/ · Article by The Horse: When the rider is hot, the horse is hotter. · Travel Paste: https://strideanimalhealth.com/travel-paste/ - to encourage drinking, cellular hydration, muscle fatigue, and support the immune system. · Butyric Acid: Research on Protective Effects of Butyric Acid and Zinc on Equine Intestinal Cell Function Under Hypoxic Conditions, https://tinyurl.com/4supan6f · Chromium: https://bluebonnetfeeds.com/chromium/ …. If you have a topic or question you would like addressed on a future episode please email info@acbluebonnet.com Dr. Jyme Nichols is Director of Nutrition for Bluebonnet Feeds and Stride Animal Health. For more information on these brands or a free virtual nutrition consult from our team just visit bluebonnetfeeds.com/nutrition-consult --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/feedroomchemist/message

Feed Room Chemist: An Equine Nutrition Podcast
95 | Heat Stress Dr. Kopp, Part 1

Feed Room Chemist: An Equine Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 36:41 Very Popular


Veterinarian, Dr. Ken Kopp, joins Dr. Nichols for a 2-part episode on heat stress in horses. There are all kinds of goodies in this one! Stay tuned for part 2 (episode 96) next week. You can now follow @drjyme on Facebook and Instagram! Please tell your friends how #feedroomchemist has made you an #empoweredhorseowner! Show Notes: · Register for 2022 EquiSUMMIT: http://attendequisummit.com/ · Article by The Horse: When the rider is hot, the horse is hotter. · Travel Paste: https://strideanimalhealth.com/travel-paste/ - to encourage drinking, cellular hydration, muscle fatigue, and support the immune system. · Butyric Acid: Research on Protective Effects of Butyric Acid and Zinc on Equine Intestinal Cell Function Under Hypoxic Conditions, https://tinyurl.com/4supan6f · Chromium: https://bluebonnetfeeds.com/chromium/ …. If you have a topic or question you would like addressed on a future episode please email info@acbluebonnet.com Dr. Jyme Nichols is Director of Nutrition for Bluebonnet Feeds and Stride Animal Health. For more information on these brands or a free virtual nutrition consult from our team just visit bluebonnetfeeds.com/nutrition-consult --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/feedroomchemist/message

Nutrition Science
the Power of Chromium

Nutrition Science

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 5:41


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Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
What is the Most Private Browser?

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 62:18


Security isn't a big differentiator today when choosing a web browser. First of all, 3 of the top 5 browsers all use the same engine - Chrome, Edge and Opera are all based on Chromium. Second, there's no real conflict of interest between browser makers and browser users when it comes to security - it's a win-win situation. Also, most browsers today are plenty fast enough and come with similar user features. So to me, the real differentiator when choosing a web browser is privacy. Today I'll give you my top choices for the most privacy-respecting web browser. (Spoiler alert: Chrome didn't make the list.) NOTE: I'm giving away TEN free subscriptions to ProtonMail plus! All you have to do to enter is sign up for a free ProtonMail account here and then shoot me an email from your new account (send it to proton at firewallsdontstopdragons.com)! That's it! Do it by 11:59AM Eastern Time on May 6th. In other news: The US and 60 other countries have signed an aspiration Declaration for the Future of the Internet; in a twist of fate, Russia is now the target of global hacking; another nasty Java zero-day bug has been found; leaked Cellebrite documents detail which iPhones they can hack into; Amazon and third parties are mining your Alexa requests for personal data; Microsoft is going to add a free VPN to its Edge browser; Facebook is pulling detailed user data from the US college financial aid site FAFSA; and apparently Facebook has no clue how to tell the source of all the data it collects (making it impossible to comply with privacy regulations); Google is now giving you a way to remove some person info from its searches; and Brave and DuckDuckGo are both blocking Google "AMP" links which collect data about the sites you visit. Article Links EFF Statement on the Declaration for the Future of the Internet https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2022/04/eff-statement-declaration-future-internet Declaration for the Future of the Internet: https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Declaration-for-the-Future-for-the-Internet_Launch-Event-Signing-Version_FINAL.pdf Russia Is Being Hacked at an Unprecedented Scale https://www.wired.co.uk/article/russia-hacked-attacks Java Cryptography Implementation Mistake Allows Digital-Signature Forgeries https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2022/04/java-cryptography-implementation-mistake-allows-digital-signature-forgeries.html Cellebrite iPhone cracking: Here's which models the kit can unlock and access, and how to protect your data https://9to5mac.com/2022/04/29/cellebrite-iphone-cracking/ Report: Amazon and third parties use Alexa voice data for ads while Siri respects privacy https://9to5mac.com/2022/04/29/amazon-alexa-voice-data-used-for-ads/ Microsoft Is Adding a Free VPN to the Edge Browser https://www.pcmag.com/news/microsoft-is-adding-a-free-vpn-to-the-edge-browser Go read this exposé on how FAFSA got caught sending personal info to Facebook https://www.theverge.com/2022/4/29/23048305/fafsa-facebook-department-of-education-us-student-financial-aid-meta-tracking-pixel Applied for Student Aid Online? Facebook Saw You https://themarkup.org/pixel-hunt/2022/04/28/applied-for-student-aid-online-facebook-saw-you Facebook doesn't know what most of its user data is used for https://appleinsider.com/articles/22/04/27/facebook-doesnt-know-what-most-of-its-user-data-is-used-for You can now ask Google to remove your phone number from search https://www.androidauthority.com/google-search-remove-phone-number-3158456/ Google request site: https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/9673730 Brave, DuckDuckGo updates target Google AMP sites in privacy push https://www.macworld.com/article/633804/brave-duckduckgo-updates-target-google-amp-sites-in-privacy-push.html Which Is the Most Private Browser? https://firewallsdontstopdragons.com/which-is-the-most-private-browser/  Further Info Subscribe to the newsletter: https://firewallsdontstopdragons.

Answers from the Lab
Chromium and Cobalt: Paul Jannetto, Ph.D.

Answers from the Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 7:49


(0:58) Could you tell us a bit about yourself and your background? (01:47) Could you provide us some background on cobalt and chromium testing, and when these tests are used in patient care?(03:16) You recently completed a study comparing the sensitivity and specificity of cobalt and chromium testing to detect adverse local tissue reactions using synovial fluid versus whole blood samples. Could you tell us more about the study and the results?(06:12) What is your recommendation to physicians treating symptomatic patients with metal-on-metal implants for measuring metal ion levels?(06:44) Could you provide some details on the cobalt and chromium synovial fluid tests available at Mayo Clinic Laboratories? 

Healthy Information
Natural Blood Sugar Support and Chromium

Healthy Information

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 8:50


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The 443 - Security Simplified
Patch Management Lag

The 443 - Security Simplified

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 35:30


This week on the podcast we discuss one of the most rampant yet easily resolved risks facing many organizations today, not installing vendor-supplied security fixes. We'll cover some of the reasons why organizations might fall behind on patching as well as the potentially serious consequences. After that, we cover the latest 0-day Chromium vulnerability before a quick chat about the latest in US cybersecurity legislation.

Nutrition Nerd
Micronutrient Spotlight, Chromium

Nutrition Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 1:52


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Adverse Reactions
Toxicology Is a Wise Choice: One Health, Many Ecosystems

Adverse Reactions

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 24:06 Transcription Available


Studying the effects of metals in whales and alligators, among other species, can offer immense insight into human health, John P. Wise Sr. tells Adverse Reactions co-hosts Anne Chappelle and David Faulkner. Dr. Wise also discusses research on chromosome instability and how you can help people everywhere make connections to the importance of environmental health. About the GuestJohn P. Wise Sr., PhD, is head of the Wise Laboratory of Environmental and Genetic Toxicology and Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Distinguished University Scholar, and Chair of the Center for Environmental and Occupational Health in the University of Louisville School of Medicine. His formal education includes a bachelor's degree in biology with high distinction and recognition from George Mason University and a PhD in pharmacology from the George Washington University. Dr. Wise's postdoctoral training focused on molecular epidemiology under Curtis Harris at the National Cancer Institute, followed by experience with occupational health and risk assessment as a Senior Toxicologist at Jonathan Borak and Company. He served on the faculty of the Yale University School of Medicine and the University of Southern Maine School of Public Health before joining the faculty at the University of Louisville.Dr. Wise's research focuses on understanding how environmental toxicants affect health and cause cancer from a “One Environmental Health” perspective, considering cellular and molecular mechanisms in both humans and wildlife. He has earned over $14 million in extramural support and published over 130 peer-reviewed research papers. His work has been featured in numerous articles in local, national, and international press and social media sites, including short documentaries with Alexandra Cousteau and Miles O'Brien.Dr. Wise has mentored and trained over 200 faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and students in biomedical and environmental health research. He fosters a diverse, supportive, multi-layered mentoring environment and is supported by an engaging and active team of faculty, staff, and students from a diverse array of backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives. For his mentoring efforts, he was awarded the 2022 SOT Toxicologist Mentoring Award. His students have won numerous local, national, and international awards and grants and have gone onto successful careers in academia, government, industry, and nongovernmental organizations. Dr. Wise also has earned the Metals Career Achievement Award from the SOT Metals Specialty Section and education awards from both SOT and the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society (EMGS).

Josh's Brew
Judy Cho on the Carnivore Cure: how a Meat-Based Ketogenic Diet healed her depression and eating disorder (and the role of Organs + Fruit on a carnivore diet)

Josh's Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022


Judy Cho is board certified in holistic nutrition and a certified nutritional therapy practitioner and the author of Carnivore Cure, Meat-Based Nutrition and the ultimate elimination diet for optimal health. She holds a Psychology and Communications degree, from the University of California, Berkeley. Judy has a private practice, focusing on root-cause healing and gut health with Carnivore Cure's meat-only elimination diet. Animal-based foods gave Judy a second chance at life and she is passionate to give back, healing the world one steak at a time.We dived into the following topics and more:- Judy's backstory and how she found the healing power of a meat-based carnivore diet- Eating disorders and moderation vs abstinence- The spiritual side of carnivore- Organs vs fruits (and the controversy in the carnivore community)- Buying local- Copper-Electrolytes and supplements- Uric AcidYou can view the full transcript here: Judy's Story and website: https://nutritionwithjudy.com/why-i-started-carnivore-my-3-year-before-and-after-story/...Did you enjoy this? You might enjoy my weekly newsletter that goes out to a few hundred people each week. Join my tribe: https://joshsnyman.com/weeklybrewListen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2sdTsgC...Awaken Your Inner-Shaman. Join Josh as he explores the power of healing the body-mind through meat (diet), movement (fitness) & mindfulness (consciousness). A podcast covering many topics on human healing. #KetoCarnivore #Consciousness #Mindfulness #MostlyMeat #KetoDiet #KetoCarnivore #Ketovore #Fasting #IntermittentFasting #SelfDiscipline #SeedOils #JudyCho #JRE #PUFAs #EatingDisorders #CarnivoreCure #Carnivoor #Carnivorish #Depression #MoodDisordersFull Transcript:Thanks, Judy. go whoa, God, thanks so much for coming on. Really appreciate it. 00:31Well, thanks for having me. 00:33Yeah, no, it's good. I've been following your content for a long, long time. I really love your style, and just your whole message that you're sending to the world. And I've read your book. Such good stuff. And I'm really excited to just dive into a topic that I'm really passionate about. And I think you're doing some amazing stuff in the world. So yeah, I really appreciate your time. 00:58Thank you. I appreciate that. 01:01So I thought I'd maybe start with your your backstory, and how often fascinated by how people end up 01:11in the meat-based realm, you know, how do people actually make a design thing? So many people have different stories of how they got there. But 01:20what how did you end up? You know, be fascinated with the meat based-diet and speaking about it and 01:27maybe get it from your perspective? Sure. 01:31So I was plant based for about 12 years, I had occasional fish. So I guess the technical term is that I was pescetarian. On most days, I didn't eat fish, though. So I did a lot of the Boca burgers back then. And a lot of big bowl salad and stuff like that. And, and then in that time, I started struggling with an eating disorder. So behind closed door, sure I lost weight. And people said, Oh, you're so healthy because you're clapping. And behind closed doors I was struggling with Oh, but I'm always hungry. And I want all the fat and other things. And so at night, I would start bingeing. And it just turned into this really, really big monster of a disordered eating, eating disorder. And when I had my first child, everything just kind of came crashing, I ended up in the hospital, I was forced to stop nursing, I was put on psychiatric meds, lots of stuff, I was still using behaviours, still plant based, was trying to nurse my son. And they recommended that I went to an eating disorder intensive facility. So I did that. And I tried all the things they recommended the intuitive eating the mindful eating, trying to just focus on no food is off the limits and moderation is key and, and it worked for bits and my Y was bigger. So my son was a big reason to not use behaviours, but I was still struggling. And in that facility, I remembered that my face was completely honoured. So I didn't want to eat meat, I wasn't asked to me. But if I said I was low carb, because someone else was low carb, I remember that back then. They're like, that's an eating disorder. So they were not allowed to skip the breads, skip the pizzas and things like that. And I think while I was just trying to get better, and then my second son was coming along, I just started looking into nutrition. My psychologist back then said, You were born with like mild depression, you have to take antidepressants for the rest of your life. There's nothing wrong with that. And I believe that so I started taking it, it wasn't really working. Within three months, I was on the highest dose. And I didn't feel like the biggest lows, but I didn't really feel any higher. So my emotions and personality was very muted. And I would still start struggling with eating disorders and ended up finding keto I, that helped a lot. But again, that a little amount of carbs, again, made me triggered me then on bad days that that became a binge. And so I had a friend online that's recommended. There's this crazy diet called a carnivore diet. And why don't we try it because it seems like that little amount of carbohydrates is causing you to struggle every once in a while. So I said, Okay, I don't eat me, but because I did keto, even non meat based as well. And I said screw it, like I want to get healthier. I have two kids now and I need to stop eating behaviours. And so I thought, maybe it's carbs, we're just not on the table, it would be that much easier. And I tried a meat only diet for the thought was just two weeks. And then now it's almost five years, and I'm on zero medication. I do not struggle with depression and I am actually upset that they told me I would have to take antidepressants for the rest of my life that I just had mild depression. I don't struggle with depression whatsoever. Sure, there's days that are lower moods, but it's not at all what I struggled with, and I don't have any Even just sort of behaviour. Sure there's days where in my mind, I'm like, Oh, I kind of ate a lot, maybe I should eat a little less at dinner. But that's the extent of it. It's not what I used to struggle with. And, and so now it would become an advocate. I wanted to understand why did my mental health heal? Why did my physical symptoms? Why do I just feel better eating meat after 12 years, and as I dug into the science, I just got really angry because I learned that everything I knew about nutrition was wrong. limiting thoughts was wrong. And and it took a good 15 years of my life away where I was isolating, self harming and all these things. And now I hope that no one goes through what I went through. And so it's like, become an advocate. 05:46It's amazing. There's so many different directions, I can scan over that. Yeah, my mom actually, specifically, she's been on Audible now as well, that basically heal arthritis. And she was a vegetarian for 30 years before that anorexic binge binge eating bulimia and things like that. So it's amazing to see just the healing power of it. And I mean, you mentioned you mentioned kids, you mentioned, you know, going keto first. So I think I'm gonna start with the the progression that people go on. So like a lot of people that ask, so to speak. So I give an example, I, in 2014, I was, I was about 90 pounds heavier than I was. And I just decided to lose weight. And I started with a low carb, traditional low carb diet, and lots of new pages and keto foods, as I'm sure you know. And then I sort of progress, progress progress, then I found, you know, Shaun Baker and Joe Rogan, I was like, Hey, this is interesting. Can you try this? That works? You know, one thing leads to another carnivore. So I don't know if you could speak to this progression is a lot of people ask me, so better Latin to just jump into meat based diet for what the standard American diet is? You know, what do you think about that? Is it okay to go your own sort of progression off? Or how, however you want to tackle that question? Sure. 07:20So the most of my clients are, they're ketogenic or decrease. So I don't think I have a good sense of the general population. But what I would tell you is, it's really hard to go from eating a standard American diet, maybe having 300 grammes of carbohydrates every day to then going ketogenic there. Sometimes it's easier to do a step down approach, meaning that you lower your carbs every week or so. And that will definitely be easier on the body, your body won't have as much of a shock on the system, you're not asking your body to tap into fatty acid stores for energy instead of all of a sudden switching from glycogen to fat. So from a physical perspective, it makes sense. The part I'm struggling is that the emotional side, I know, I could have never done it where I would go, okay, like this week, I'm going to eat 50 grammes less and then the next week because if I was not good at it, I probably wouldn't have ever had an eating disorder, I probably wouldn't have had binge tendencies. So for a lot of my clients that struggle with things like that, to say, well, let's dwindle down your carbs. For some people, that's portress. And that's where I think understanding somebody's mindset is super important, as well as knowing where they come from. Maybe the maybe the approach is what you did is do low carb first where you're minimising as many carbs but still include veggies and eat more real foods. And then you switch to a ketogenic which is a lot more restriction on the carbohydrates. And then maybe you go carnivore, because I think the switch from eating basically everything you can that's labelled as food, and then to go to only meat sounds like such a huge jump. But as you do that progression, you know that parts are less and less and less, and then it becomes Oh, that I just need to cut some of the veggies or seasoning. And then it becomes a lot more palatable, I think from that perspective. But people need to just be very mindful of their personalities where they're coming from their illnesses. My mom, she was diabetic, had all the metabolic syndrome issues. I had her switch from her hide car, birdie lifestyle to keto and she struggled a lot. So even with my care, I stayed with her for two months. I had her transition test blood ketones, but she she was diabetic. So for the first couple weeks, she was sleeping most of the time, and I wasn't as familiar with electrolytes and she did take some salt but maybe she would have done better with that. But she was just really tired. And I wonder if the transition was A little bit slower for her. So maybe 100 grammes to 50. And she never struggled with disordered eating. Maybe it would have been a little easier on her body. But I mean, fast forward time, like yes, she struggled the first month. But now she's keto carnivore for like, three and a half years and no medications, not diabetic. So I don't know, like, what is it better to just put a bandaid in the beginning? Or and just try it and say, I'm going to give it three months? Even if it's hard in the beginning? Or am I a person that needs like a step down approach? Because going all in is quite scary? 10:35Absolutely, um, you mentioned so many different things, they end the one was mindset, I think, I don't know if it's an Instagram post you did, or something I can't recall. But it depends the type of person you are at the end of the day, because I feel, I feel like I feel like if I had known what I'd known in 2014, what I do now, I probably would have just jumped straight into the new phase where he probably would have made things much smoother. But there was kind of the slide, there was kind of this amazing appreciation, I guess, for the journey, you know, that I had been on. So when I reached that point on going the pace, it really everything just seemed to kick for me if that makes sense. And yeah, you mentioned your you mentioned your kids and things and what I love about your your content and about the user person is that you've got so much skin in the game, you know, you are among you are living a real life, doing real things you didn't even appreciable love to go to Costa Rica and decide to do certain things. That's awesome. You know, it's really an element of realism to what you do. And and that's what I love. So, obviously, being a big family and stuff, I would imagine, you know, things get a bit expensive. Kind of on a budget. How do you how do you budget for Carnival? How do you make it accessible to everyone? The general population? 12:03Yes. Before I touched that, I just wanted to touch on the abstainer Moderator personality. So I think if the people that are listening and watching to your content, if people understand that the world functions in a moderator type of world where you are not well if you live on the fringes, or you live on the edges, and so everything is about moderation. And that's where I think doing low carb seems more realistic for people where it's like, okay, so I can have a Snickers, but maybe I just have a little less about it. And so understanding that some of us are just not wired that way, though. And that's the thing that I learned along my journey, which has been huge, is I always knew I was extreme, like I was either black or white, or I went to these extremes. And, and I always try to fit myself in this moderator type of world where, okay, I'm going to buy a chocolate bar. And I'm just going to have two pieces everyday. And that's the allocation I made myself. And until I fixed that, then I'm not here. That's what they used to say, in the eating disorder facility. Well, I learned that I'm an abstainer, which means that the amount of the little allotment and making that decision of should I do veggies, or should I do a chocolate is so much harder for somebody like me and the way that I'm wired. Versus if I were to just say, carbs are not on the table. And so it's a non food, and then there's no decision making there. So at night when my body's exhausted, and my mental health is exhausted from making so many decisions throughout the day, saying no, I can't eat this, or I'm going to be healthy. But then by night, where I don't have that power anymore. If I just say carbs are off the table, there's no decision making. And so maybe I have some pork rinds, but even that gets tiring after a while. And it just becomes that you don't want it and when that decision making is not even there, it gives you back the power to say, I'm an abstainer. I don't even looked at carb this food, while I'm now resisting a lot of my binge tendencies. And that's the power for a lot of people with the mental health aspect of a carnivore diet. So I think when it comes to any types of tendencies, habits, addictions, if you are an all or nothing, then that's something really to think about. Because when there's an alcoholic who don't say, well, you're true, you're really healed from your alcoholism, if you have one little drip of alcohol every day. No, like I am not an alcoholic. So if I wanted to have a little bit of alcohol, I know it doesn't affect me. So maybe for me, that's fine. But for somebody that ever struggled with alcoholism, it's not at all normal to say have some everyday and test yourself to see if you're truly healed because then it doesn't work that way doesn't work with our dopamine and and so if you ever have a struggle with food, and relationships and turning to food for comfort and coping, for celebration for anger, then you may actually do better by abstaining. And that's not something that's really talked about in the general audience. So just the tip, in terms of 14:59and so on. I will, I will, I will add because I'm that just sort of sprang something update, but definitely. And thank you, thank you for saying that because that that was what I actually made when you when you say that and often I actually think that for me certainly as somebody who is attention to carnival going carnival The case was sort of spiritual. And I'll tell you why it's because for the first time in my life, I wasn't I could I could not show my negative emotions with. So it actually allowed the, when I really dived into it full time, this was just before lockdown. And, you know, it's all for Final Four. But it was the first time where I was processing my emotions without food. And it was an amazing experience. I think that's something similar. It's it's really that abstain and moderation mindset. So who are you and what's going to work for you? So? So yeah, so thanks for that. I enjoyed that. 16:00And that's the power of a carnivore diet as well is what since you don't have food as a source of comfort or a source of numbing, then what right so then you have to dig deeper and realise, oh, I didn't realise I use food to comfort myself to just deal with life. Well, now you're forced to deal with your life and maybe just maybe you'll have a better life because now you're dealing with the real things that are causing some duress in your life. And most people will never realise that if they always have like soon as a drug in their life. 16:36I couldn't agree more. 16:38Okay, so in terms of the family, so I do believe in the US at least, if you buy from your local farmer like meaning you really go to the ranch and you get some meat or you get some eggs, they are compensated the most compared to if you buy just from the grocery store, the grocery store still is a collection of all the meats from all the farmers but they don't get as much of the money so that's where I do like to support and from a financial perspective is a lot more economical if I'm trying to buy grass fed grass finished pasteurised, all of those are much more economical when you have someone local now I live in Texas, so there's a lot more ranchers and farmers and maybe somewhere else. So I do have that and so I do a split. Generally we will go to the grocery store and we'll buy meat there. And then we also will get like quarter steer, we'll get the eggs there. It really depends on just convenience, timing and availability, in terms of financial so I went to school in nutritional therapy school and it was all about me to buy grass fed grass finished pasteurised. And I understand that from a I guess an environmental perspective. So if you do regenerative farming, you will support healing the Earth more than let's say a CFO, CFO, but, and then maybe in terms of just the ethical pneus of treating animals. But other than that, just from a nutrient density perspective, there's not really much difference, even the hormone arguments. A lot of those just don't hold weight when you do a lot of the research. So hormones, the levels of oestrogen is really nowhere near what people think compared to like if you ate like a ounce of tofu, for example, the levels of oestrogen. And so our family, sometimes we will buy like the five pound ground beef and it really comes down to about two to $3 a pound. And then if you were to buy like a dozen eggs, and you buy the most conventional, it's maybe $1.50. So a family can absolutely eat that way and remove all the other stuff like you're not really snacking anymore, you're not having all these other like seasonings and figuring out how to make these lavish meals I mean it when it's mostly meat based and you just get to the bare basics. It's actually very, very affordable. And so I think that the average person that lives in standard cares level of food and dietary guidelines, if they were to just switch to just ground beef, eggs, bacon and the meats that they enjoy. And don't worry about the labels just make sure there's not really anything added to the meats you will be far greater in health than if you were to eat just like the standard American diet and adding other things so it's very possible to eat economical we like to buy in bulk we buy when there's a lot of sales so we have a chest freezer in the garage and when a meats on sale when you buy the quarter sphere we will stock up and so when the meat that there's no sales or everything's just kind of getting expensive like like we like lately, we will just you know go into our reserves and and a lot of things that are easy again is that we don't really snack and so We save a lot of money on those things. And we drink mostly water and sparkling water. And so again, that's even economic growth. 20:06Wow. Yeah, I agree it's been, it's been interesting for myself, because I've just recently moved to Amsterdam, I've been living here for almost all of the ground beef that you buy at the supermarkets have some real preservative in it. It's so strange, and I can taste it, I can taste the difference. So I try and buy local when I can. But yeah, I use he is trying to find that happy medium, you know, when you can buy the grass fed or grain fed or whatever, from local viewers, but also need to think about budgets. So when you can go to the store, get get the sales and all of that good stuff. So I mean, we dived a bit into the budgets and the new face diets. What are your thoughts around, you know, all limbs? One or three minutes? And then I'm going to put those into a you can answer it how you like, because you and I both know, now this, obviously the this debate or controversy within the community, about, you know, whether we need organs when we need foods. So I would love to hear from your perspective, and you can tackle them, however you like. Yeah, it's, it's very, very interesting. 21:24So what in nutritional therapy, we talked about organs and nutrient density? And so there's no question that organs are the most nutrient dense foods. But it gets a lot more nuanced than that. So as I work with clients, and some of them are doing here, minerals, and basically, that allows you to see the mineral status within your cellular function, not just in your blood. So these markers are a much more, I guess, an average of a, I think it's like three months. And so I started seeing some odd things like I started seeing copper was really high and Chromium is high. And people were starting to see they have joint pain, and they're just not feeling well. And as I dug through it, I ran into grant generous work, which he basically talks about vitamin A toxicity. And I know they go to the opposite end where they say that you don't need vitamin A at all. And I'm not necessary, like I didn't go into that level of research. So I'm not even saying that, I just started looking at the vitamin content. So from my understanding, it's always been that vitamins, fat soluble vitamins always work in balance, they work together. And when you look at the nutrient density of like organ meats, especially beef liver, chicken liver, the level of vitamin A, I think, for three ounces is 500% of your daily value, versus the D and K are not even at 50%. I think it's like 10 20%. So my first thought was like that balance is not even there. So you would be required to eat fish or something that has more vitamin D. But fish like fatty fish, salmon also has vitamin A. So then that was one thing I started looking into. And then when I looked at the copper content for that TV sliver of three ounces, which is about 100 grammes, the copper content is 1000 something percent of your daily value. And it's sort of making sense why started seeing that, and then Chromium is also high on liver. So I started putting everything together. And then I was always doing more research, there's a lot of studies. And I interviewed Dr. Garrett Smith, about vitamin A toxicity, he shares a lot more. So when I first thought this up, people were mad because I am now bringing up this like holy grail of food in the carnivore community. And now I am putting a stigma against it. And so people were upset and, and I knew that they would be but and I was honestly very hesitant of sharing this content, but I knew that it was the right thing to do. So I decided to share it anyway. And and the biggest reason I shared it is because for a young child that's under three, we have tolerable upper limits, where the government says if you eat more than this consistently you can get unwell. And for a child that's under three, if they eat more, if they eat even one ounce of liver, they are risking, they are past that upper limit. And I know for myself with my child I sent him liver Patay which the fat also in the liver cutting makes the vitamin A more absorbable that I knew I was possibly hurting my child. And so I just thought as a service to the community since I was such an advocate of doing chicken liver pet ks and these Taipei's to just get the food in that I should also now tell them my new science and it's just that depending on where you are in your situation with your liver health, and with your young child, maybe you should have a little bit more hesitation with eating these foods. And so I felt that duty just because cuz I bought up eating liver patty and stuff. And I think it's risky for a child under three that their livers not fully developed. And then on top of that, again, one ounce is above the tolerable limit. And then if you're doing it everyday, because you're like, first foods help super healthy, let's feed them all the liver while you're burdening that liver, because the liver has to store any excess fat soluble vitamins. And it's just with all the studies, I know that there were some advocates in the space that said, Oh, that's nonsense. It's only the E. coli very liver and with other things, they also said, it's only with synthetic vitamins. Well, a lot of the studies we cited with Dr. Garrett Smith, and all the studies are listed in the show notes, we shared that it was more than just synthetic vitamins that actually, if you took some type of retinol medication, if you took Accutane, if you eat these vitamin A's, even if you get it from beta carotene from carrots, and you're eating with that all of these end up in the body converting to vitamin E in one form or another, your body is not going to know that if it's a vitamin A synthetic form versus the form that's in foods. And a lot of the vitamin A in the supplements are the animal based forms. So again, it was just I, the part that was a little shocking to me was I understand the average person being upset because this is a, you know, a whole food, it's real, how can you say that there is a risk of sometimes over eating these things. But when some of the advocates went against it, that was a part that I didn't understand, because you just shared the studies, we shared all this stuff. And they were upset. And you know, I know that that some of these people have financial reasons for that. But maybe they and so my logic was maybe they just really believe that it's just the synthetic vitamins, I don't know. But I just think that all my goal was was so that people would be concerned about eating too much liver. And I do believe in our biofeedback, I believe that our bodies have any wisdom, but you smell something wrong, your body's going to have this scowl on your face, your stomach kind of feels weird. When you eat too much liver, you might be able to feel that and that's a really good thing. But when we start taking supplements and liver chips and other ways that bypass our body's innate wisdom, that's where it gets kind of scary. So when we sprinkle it into our child eggs, and they don't realise it's there, it's just how do we know the harm that we're doing when he can't really tell liver health unless you do a biopsy. And how many people are going to do that, if you check your vitamin A in blood, it's not a good measure, because again, it's in the liver. And the only way again, is going to do a biopsy. So I think what's happened in the past year, though, is since it's been about a year since I shared it, I've heard some of the advocates, when it first came out said there's no limit that you have, you can consume or didn't use. And now I heard him say, or some of the people say, you should limit it to maybe four ounces. And then I've heard too and supposedly now they're saying half. So I'm like good like, as long as like, I don't care whether I get the credit or if I bought VASHAUN for that. As long as there's a little bit of a hesitation that people aren't like you're not feeling better on carnivore liver harder, do more organ meats. As long as that's not the mantra, then what I wanted was my, my goal has succeeded. It's just maybe it is the liver. And that's all I wanted for the community is you figure out your own situation, if you came to the carnivore diet was for liver health, it's probably not a good idea to be eating that much vitamin A, if you've taken vitamin A retinoids retinol Accutane in the past, a lot of the vitamin E is likely stored in your system, if you ate a lot of carrots and sweet potatoes and a lot of beta carotene from plant based foods. And then you're trying to now eat vitamin A like two three ounce or liver to three ounces a day is probably not a good idea. And maybe in the future as you're eating carnivore long term and your liver is super healthy. Maybe you can enjoy it on occasion have it in your pets. But I think it was really, really critical to bring this up. So that so that's just the vitamin part. And then recently, I started noticing with some of my clients that they were getting gout slurs, even on a carnivore diet. So then I started looking into that. And Gout is primarily triggered from fructose hearings and then alcohol. So alcohol and fructose pretty much breakdown the same one in the body. And then purines are the other one. So that's why a lot of doctors will say don't eat red meat, red meat have a lot of hearings, it causes gout. Well, yeah, the real issue is fructose. So it's the fructose that's in high fructose corn syrup, and it's what's in honey and it wasn't fruits. Now I know that we all think that's just super healthy and it can be in moderation. Maybe once a day, but when you are eating mostly meats and then adding a lot of fruits or honey then it becomes a little bit of a concern. So I just brought up that pickerings can behind ready Eat. So if you look at the actual period list of red meat, steaks, chicken, pork, none of those are super high, the muscle meats aren't that high, where it gets high, are delivered the organ meats, and there's some and I'm about to release a graphic suit that will show the different organs that have most attorneys. They are like four times the amount per serving then muscle meat. So if you struggle with gout, or you struggle with love, liver or kidney imbalances, and they're not functioning really well, you want to be careful of the Korean content. And unfortunately, this also confirmed 30:38it also affects sardine so sardines are also hiring parents. So if you think about these foods, and then you're adding fructose you're adding, you're basically really stimulating that uric acid cycle and it's the uric acid cycle that then triggers gout. So if you struggle with any kidney imbalances, liver imbalances, you want to be careful with the content of periods in your diet. And you also want to be mindful of the fructose. And so I interviewed Dr. Richard Johnson not too long ago. And we talked about fructose. And when he first said, fruits are healthy, that's fine. And I said, really? Is it healthy, like if you have a lots of grapes, lots of raisins. And if you were to just say, that's your primary carbohydrate source, that you're always having some steak with liver and adding the honey and a little bit of fruit at the end? And then he said, Yeah, that can actually make the load higher. So I think the recommendation is about 20 grammes of fructose a day, well, eating one mango would bypass that level already. So that's where you just have to be really mindful of the level of fruit, maybe an apple with the skim on the fibre protecting you from the fructose load, not that the food actually beneficial, that may help you but then if you're also adding the high level of periods, it's just exacerbates that cycle. And a lot of Dr. David Perlmutter his new work, Dr. Richard Johnson, they talk about how a lot of that uric acid cycle that we don't really look at. But if you get your bloodwork done, and you get your uric acid marker, and if it's above maybe 678, and depending on context, that is another big indicator of metabolic syndrome. And it's just the fact that organ meats with their high period content, maybe some uncertainties, and then adding fructose, so all types of fruit, honey is more fructose and glucose, and then even glucose can break down also into fructose as well. But if you eat these foods, Andrew uric acid levels are going up, and you are doing harm or you're risking the chances of getting more metabolic syndrome. So that's where now there's so much more content about the organ meats just than the hypervitaminosis. It's also that there's a lot of curing and if you struggle from gout again, and if you have hyper Yersinia, you probably want to reduce those as they're probably contributing to obesity, and metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance. 33:08But yeah, definitely. And I notice specifically when I was sort of being a bit about any experiment myself, I'm very active I trained a few CrossFit like six times a week. And I just thought I'd give it a go and I wear my aura ring. And and I notice in the mornings, my aura ring, I couldn't get it off my finger was the best. My fingers were probably like sweating. Yeah, just from the honey. I couldn't believe it. And I think I've found quite a happy medium now with with my with my I don't do honey, I do occasionally have like, a little bit of berries for desserts or a little bit of aggro. But I suppose you've always said it all along. It's like, context matters. I think some people will look at certain people, certain advocates in the community. And they're like, oh, no, let me latch on to this health period and do exactly what they do. Even if I'm not feeling good. Let me do a day because they must be doing something right because they look, you know, they look good. They spending all day doing doing supplies, but I'm not so sure it's something that they something they do use right. Even that goes back to what you were saying about the organs and things aside, we have this innate wisdom within within us. And I notice when I eat, you eat chicken livers eat too much. You very quickly get as weird metallic taste in your mouth. It's hard to describe. It's like your body just saying. He's open anymore, like my body. And then, you know, it kind of reminds me as a kid. You know, the reason why we didn't like innovation was is because kids had that innate wisdom within it, but they don't want to eat vegetables because clearly your body just doesn't want to have to do anything. thing to do with that. So, yeah, I think there's so much. 35:04Yeah. And one thing I'll say is, so whenever about brought up that argument about the vegetables or the young kids and don't think other people will say, Well, kids love sugar, does that mean that we should be giving them sugar? And I think that's from an evolutionary perspective, sugar is the most easiest form of energy, it gives you that immediate energy. And so I think that's why we like sugar, right? It not only hits our neurotransmitters, but also, if from a survival perspective, it's going to let us survive one extra day. And so I think that's why kids tend to really like sugar. It's not that they're meant to be eating that much sugar. Yeah, I think with the organ meats and the fruit, it's the, the biggest thing I've noticed is that a lot of these advocates, they've never really been sick, like they've never really been sick, and they don't work with individual patients. So it's hard for them to really get a pulse on what really happens. And what are the ramifications of their advice, right? If we have people that talk to us through social media, most people will share back to us what we want to hear, right. So as a person on the internet, I may put out some content, and someone will say, Oh, my gosh, I feel the same way. And so to me, that's validating level care without the content. But that's like maybe 10 people compared to 1000s of people that just don't respond, or the people that it didn't work for that will say, I'm just going to move on, and they don't talk to you about it. And so we live in a very siloed experience online. And so we think that's reality. And your reality check is when you start working with individuals in a clinical setting that you hear, and I tried to honey, I try the cards at night, and I don't feel as good. And then everything you believe through evidence based research through your books through all that other good stuff, you get challenged because you meet clients, and patients that really challenge your thinking. And you realise, okay, there are actually exceptions to this, right. And that's when you start digging into other areas. And that's how I found organs. Otherwise, I would probably still be singing my first book is all about us to be origins and why so good for you. And I mean, I have to change that part of my book, because that's not where I stand anymore. And a big reason is because my clients weren't feeling well. And I had to go search. Why, like, I know that this meat only carnivore diet is so powerful. Why are my clients feeling worse, and when I noticed the Gout with the periods, or the fact that, that maybe they're having too much food after their meals, and they're not as active as you right, so for them, maybe that's the berries, the dose was to my train. And, and then in terms of the liver, it's just not always eat more liver, there's just, there's nuances and complex for each person. And, and we didn't have that in our space. And that's where I just wanted people to understand, it's not even about hypervitaminosis A, it's about everything, we can over nutrient nutrition, it's an absolute thing, there are certain colorable upper limits for vitamins and minerals. And some of them, they don't have it, like there's some, I think it's some B vitamins, I can't remember, I might have been potassium as well, but they don't have upper limits. So maybe those are a little bit safer. But most nutrients have upper limits, meaning that the the, the scientific world has determined that in excess of this consistently, you can actually get sick, and vitamin E is one of them. And there's again, a lot of studies that show that and then now with the Pieris a carnivore person will generally eat a lot more pairings than the average person. And then when you also then add ordinates then absolute, you may just the in the biggest way people will know is if they feel that they're regressing or stalling on a carnivore diet. And it's the best thing to do is try and test your own body. 38:54Yeah, absolutely. And I actually think that's a great segue to I'm gonna say electrolytes. reason I'm saying this because I know I messaged you a few months ago I really want to have you on but I know you're having a social media breaks. Appreciate that. Maybe we can get into that at the end. But you said something which which actually prompted me to do what I did. He said, maybe you are playing napkins with your electrolytes and your supplements and things like that. Because at the time when I had started carnivore, I hadn't. I had firmly in my head. I was good constipated. For the first time in my life. I was losing weight instead of putting on weight which has never happened to me and that's part of the reason why I raised some funds. And in my mind, I was like okay, now I have to have magnesium. So I was having I was having magnesium citrate in the morning and magnesium bicarbonate in the evening. I was mixing it up. I was mashing it up and I was just having a lot of magnesium. And I just I still wasn't feeling it. Good luck. I wasn't sleeping well, about a project. I cut out organs definitely made a difference. I also had my hair mineral analysis done my copper was like through the roof. But I threw your advice actually, I was like, Okay, let me just let me just come up magnesium and the woven in, you know, my body fibres getting our resin constipated. But what are your thoughts on that on pain that kindess electrolytes? IV on its acrobats? 40:36Yeah. So minerals are really finely balanced in our system, it's true that our food are so whether in our soil, so whether it's the cow that's eating the grass, or whether it's the plants that we're you know, crop harvesting, all of them are lower in minerals than they used to be. So in some aspects, we may need to doing a hair mineral test is obviously a good sense of figuring out what may be imbalanced. But generally, I do see that, you know, magnesium has become this Godsend recently, and I feel like vitamin D as well, and, but the main minerals are calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium. And so those four really need to be in balance. And, yes, our food affects the balances, but a lot that affects it is our stress levels. So when we are stressed, we will start losing our potassium. When our potassium starts dropping, the sodium tries to balance that out, when the sodium and potassium are both dropping, then magnesium and calcium start in balancing to so you start bleeding out more magnesium, and then your calcium, if you're really stressed, and you're like building up this internal wall of I need to get things done, and I'm just going to run 100 miles an hour, then your calcium may be really, really high. And you just if you think about, like scum on the water of the windows, and it's like this calcium buildup, that's kind of what's happening inside our bodies with a lot of that stress, if you see your calcium rolling on that hair mineral test. So if we understand that minerals all need to be in fine balance, and when they're not imbalanced. Minerals are spark plugs into our body. So we require them to have activation of things in the body. And so they're really, really important. But a lot of vitamins especially, or a lot of supplements, especially if they're you know, just from the grocery store, let's say and it's like a quality, you don't know what type of like you said magnesium glycinate, or magnesium or magnesium citrate versus glycinate versus bicarbonate, they all function slightly differently. And your body may not tolerate it as much. You don't know what time you're absorbing more than the other. But we are, like you said, playing Mad Chemist and just constantly taking the same. But it's like our sleep our diet, our hunger is not the same every day. So how do we know that our minerals should be the same every day. And then the biggest thing I don't like is when people just supplement magnesium Because oftentimes, it's a lot of other things. When I do a lot of experimental tests, I'd say only half of them I would recommend supplementing magnesium. And I firstly use topical magnesium spray since it absorbs better through the body. And sometimes it's just they need a little bit more potassium. Or sometimes they need just a little bit more like saline water, which is unrefined salts. And when you soak it, the minerals are a little bit more unbound. So it's like trace minerals, and you just drink a little bit of that. So that's where I normally have people start is just do a little bit of salt water in the morning and see how they feel if they are getting like the leg cramps, on the chest beating the heart beating, the heart pops, and they're like muscles still kind of having maybe they need a little bit more of the magnesium, potassium, and you want to maybe you can try some of the basic electrolytes that has their own balance. If that doesn't make you feel well then I would consider a hair mineral test. But sometimes it's not even electrolytes, it could just be that you might need more omega threes, it might be something else. And so that's where I think again on the internet. You know, we we follow people that are really healthy. And so we think that their advocates, patient is what's right for us, but they're not metabolically unbalanced. Maybe their stress levels are different than and maybe their minerals are different. Or even if you are really in tune with the hair mineral test, maybe they're a different type of oxidizer than us, right. So maybe they burned through minerals way faster than me who burns through and slower. So that's where the I guess wellness online becomes difficult because it's everything is very nuanced. Everything really is it depends. So there are some people that really need magnesium, right? Without magnesium, you can have a heart attack, but it's in context. So if you only use magnesium then you could deplete yourself of the other factor minerals. And when your body has less of a named mineral and even the micro minerals like the trace minerals of boron and other types of minerals, your body Then use some of the heavy metals, if they're the same weight and size to do some of that sparkplug action. So it may intentionally hold on to some heavy metals to balance because you're missing some type of good mineral that your body needs. And so that's where, even from a heavy metal perspective, I kind of like to balance the other minerals first, before even thinking of detoxing heavy metals, because they might just be there because your body has to use them. And think of this trace. Think of the table of elements. All minerals are on a level, and it's like based on weight and size. And so you can see how, for example, if we're deficient in iodine, we might just be holding more bromide and chloride because they're all on the same table of elements. And so it's just all these nuanced things. And we don't put we hear and mining is good. So let's magnesium harder, right, but it's not always the case. 45:55Yeah, definitely. And I know you mentioned the, the soul works. Which I don't I don't I so I'm pretty lazy. I just wake up and I'll put some table to some just really thin integrating salt and water in the morning. And I trinkets like, Is that fine? And so yeah, 46:16I think it's fine to if you feel fine, then I wouldn't worry about it. But the reason why I like having the so they water is like if you just had a big jar, and you made it one time, so maybe you put half a cup of like the Himalayan salt in there, and you just filled it with water. And then every morning, instead of having the salt, just use a tablespoon of that water and put it in your regular water. Why I like that is because a lot of the trace minerals are a lot more unbound when you're consuming it. Versus when you're eating the salt with some of the minerals in it as it goes through your digestive process. If it doesn't unbind then you are not absorbing it. So that's the reason. 46:55Okay, thanks. That's actually super helpful. I really want to try that. And then I mean, I want to be respectful of your time. This has been so much fun I thought in with recently, I mean, you spoke to embora have a podcast. And you're talking about, you know, ownership plus consistency. I love that because this is a it's a long term, you know, probably decades to damage yourself. And it's not going to things often happen overnight. I don't know if you can maybe end on my thought because I love that. Yeah. 47:31Yeah. So I think the blessing of me struggling with the mental health aspect of illness really helps me to understand that a lot of times we judge a person by their outside, right, so if someone's thin enough, then we're like, oh, they're they're healthy. They're doing everything, right. But I struggled with an eating disorder behind closed doors, and it was very, very hard and dark. And then when you see someone obese, if they're eating something unhealthy, they're like, Yeah, that's why they're unhealthy. Right? And, and the thing is, there's a lot more to a person than how they look outside. So that's one. But what we want to do is, if we understand that aspect, that we can't just judge by the outside cover, then when we are also taking advice online, I mean, we are living in a period where there is so much free content, and so many people that are experts and advocates for things, and the more people are popular in terms of follower count, they seem more convincing. And the thing is to do well, on social media, you have to have a little bit of entertainment, you can be a great actor. And so just because someone has followers or they're influential does not mean that that answer is right for you. So if you decide to follow a path, 48:50generally understand the diet, do a little bit of that research in advance, don't just say the next day, I'm going to start a carnivore diet, because that gets really difficult. Instead of your environment, find the meats that you enjoy, do the things that you are mentally and emotionally ready to get started. And then once you get started, I think sometimes it's better to not listen to a lot of nutritional content. And I know that's like what I do that kind of stuff. But the reason is because there's always someone selling something, whether it's figuratively or really selling, but it becomes a lot and it's in your moments where you're not feeling well. You're going to think oh my gosh, I do need carbs for thyroid. I do need this for something healthy. And that's why I'm not feeling well. And then those little thoughts become chatter in our head. We have like 60,000 thoughts in our head. We might know maybe 10% of it. And but that negativity it stays. And then when we're struggling, we lean on those things to basically self sabotage. Right? So we may try the honey we may try the fruits. And then we say, well, I feel better even if it's an hour I feel better honey shirts a stimulant right? like drug is a stimulant to caffeine is a stimulant. But what if in three months, you realise, oh man, this was a long route, what if you just didn't listen to some of that content, and you just stuck through the three months. And for most people eating in sufficient calories, eating enough fat on their carnivore diet, or meat only diet, and then if you want to add some veggies, I'm totally supportive of that. Then if you feel better than it was good that you don't have to go through these other journeys. I think, taking ownership of just don't loosely take in information, it's really easy to get sucked in. Right lately, through the pandemic, we all know that there are so many different sides to who was right with the science of the vaccine or the pandemic and all the other things. Well, we know now that depending on which scientists you follow, they will have the right answer. And so if you know that then in terms of Diet and Wellness, that people will always have a different answer as well, depending on who you're following. So if you know your sort of diet, and things aren't working, maybe you want to look that up. But otherwise, just enjoy your life. Have the community that you know, will support you get through this, focus on having a safe environment, meaning maybe no junk food in your house for a while until you can pass this hurdle. Maybe you say I'm not going to go to happy hours for a little bit. But the golden is taking ownership saying, I'm not going to listen to people that may make me stumble for now, I may have to go out less for now. And I really want to dig in because I want to change my life because I know how my life feels right now. And I know how unwell I am and I'm happy. But I want to change that. So if carnivore meat on the B or some other diet is my ticket to that I'm going to go all in and give yourself that grace of it may not be perfect, but be consistent. Not once a week. It's okay, this isn't working. Maybe meat isn't good for me. And then that self doubt, I'm telling you guys, it's it is what causes so many people to fall, those thoughts that we don't think are pervasive once we hear it. And once we start doubting the diet, and when the guy gets hard with all diets, they're hard. The easiest thing people are gonna say is Yeah, your diet, like that's a crazy diet, and then it's easy to fall off. And then you realise Well, my old guy couldn't work now too, and you're struggling again and you're back at square one. And all you're doing is like spinning your wheels and the first week or two or month of carnivore. But if you just were to stay consistent, eat the meat you want don't care if it's bacon all the time and eggs that's that's still very nutritious. And and then you can explore further as you progress. But it's just figuring out what will allow you to stay consistent and take ownership because no one cares about your health as much as you 52:44Yeah, I couldn't have been better even if I tried. Thank you so much for your time. I really, really appreciate it. And so much so much value in the conversation. Yeah, I know you're busy person, so I appreciate it. Well, thank 52:58you for having married during this conversation. Thank you so much God for my son

The Equine Connection Podcast
What's the Deal with Chromium?

The Equine Connection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 21:54


Chromium is one of the latest "hot topics' in horse nutrition. Many companies are now promoting chromium to horse owners and this week we tackle this latest trend. We answer what exactly chromium is, how it is utilized by the horse, and how it can potentially be beneficial to your horse. However, caution is advised as certain types of horses can be potentially harmed if they are fed chromium. We also discuss what the latest research is and just how much chromium you should feed per day. Since chromium is so important in insulin regulation, we do address it, and a previous episode related to insulin regulation and metabolic syndrome can be accessed HERE You can learn more about these topics by visiting our expertise page HERE If you have any questions or concerns about your own horse, please contact us HERE This podcast was brought to you by Tribute Superior Equine Nutrition      

Enterprise Security Weekly (Video)
The 1000th Unicorn, Island Browser, Optiv For Sale, & Polar Bear Takeover - ESW #259

Enterprise Security Weekly (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 51:32


Finally, in the Enterprise Security News, Island raises $100M to introduce a new Chromium-based web browser, designed for the enterprise, Plextrac rasies a $70M Series B, HackerOne raises a $49M Series E, Tenable acquires BAS vendor Cymptom, Orca swallows up RapidSec (sorry, had to), Cybereason confidentially files for IPO, KKR looks to offload Optiv, Cybersecurity startup trends of 2022, 1000 Unicorns, Infosec Startup Buzzword Bingo, We've got fundings, IPOs, acquisitions, take privates, a $3B seed round, legislation that makes sense - all kinds of exciting stuff today, on this episode of Enterprise Security Weekly!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw259

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NEWS: Протест разработчика faker.js и colors.js. Антивирус Norton 360 майнит крипту на компьютерах юзеров. Платный браузер SideKick на движке Chromium

Pi Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 31:13


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#04 The Vault From The Dungeon Radio (Chromium Edition)

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 73:44


This is a podcast called From the Dungeon where we play unsigned bands and catch an interview here and there. And The Vault is our underground radio station. 1. Horseburner - Replenishment 2. Point 4 Hope - Legalize 3. AndroidSpace - Retrieve Our Bones 4. Psilocybe - Trash Can Kitty 5. Lazy Gents - I Do What I Want 6. Hoodless - My Style 7. Kofre - El Muerto 8. Kraig Marshall - Ghost in Blood 9. D.R.C. Rugged - Dog Fight 10. MC Randumb & Jewish Dave - It's Murda ! https://horseburner.bandcamp.com https://www.facebook.com/androidspacemusic/ https://www.facebook.com/Psilocybernetix/ https://www.facebook.com/hoodlessrocks/ https://www.facebook.com/Kofre-184993804896497/ http://www.kraigmarshall.com https://www.facebook.com/mcrandumbjewishdave/ https://www.facebook.com/thelunatiques/ (Podcast to check out) https://www.facebook.com/RattTalk/ https://www.facebook.com/humpcast/ (Special Mention ) https://www.facebook.com/skribbalmusic/ (Instgram Pages) https://www.instagram.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/skribbalofficial/ https://www.instagram.com/ratt_talk/ https://www.instagram.com/humpcast/ Hosted by - Mark Bernardo , Dee Rotten , A W https://www.instagram.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO3ys2ePJ3zi9yUFV97ScKw?view_as=subscriber https://soundcloud.com/fromthedungeonpodcast https://twitter.com/FTDPodcast (T-Shirt Merch) https://tonethreads.com/fromthedungeonpodcast/merch all music is owned by the artist. and played with the artist consent

Fredrickson Health SHOW
Autophagy, Building Muscle while Fasting, Mineral Deficiencies, and more! Siim Land FHS #22

Fredrickson Health SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 48:29


Ever wondered about how to maximize autophagy? Or how to maintain and build muscle while still doing fasting? Curious about mineral depletion and how it can impact your health? If so, this episode with Siim Land is for you! Siim Land is a best-selling author, public speaker, and consultant from Estonia. By education, he's an anthropologist. Siim teaches people about the art and science of optimizing their health and performance. He's written many books about nutrition and biohacking and speaks at the world's largest biohacking conferences. Tune in to episode 22 of the Fredrickson Health Show to learn more about Siim and the awesome health-related content that he produces. 0:00 Intro 0:31 Guest intro 1:09 How did start for Siim 2:20 Biohacking in Estonia 3:13 Military Background 4:26 Siim's biohacking journey 6:10 Biohacking Lessons 7:46 Siim intermittent sched 8:44 Intermittent Strategy for muscle mass 10:45 Fitness goal 11:44 Protein talk 15:43 Fasting for health reasons 17:29 Siim's Books 19:21 How long does it take to write a book 21:45 How to stay focus while writing a book 24:00 Journey in writing his latest book (the mineral fix)https://www.amazon.com/Mineral-Fix-Optimize-Longevity-Immunity/dp/B08XXZX695 27:19 mineral optimization 30:27 Nothing is boring with Boron (boron has been proven to be an important trace mineral because it (1) is essential for the growth and maintenance of bone; (2) greatly improves wound healing; (3) beneficially impacts the body's use of estrogen, testosterone, and vitamin D; (4) boosts magnesium absorption) 32:19 Chromium 34:22 Depletes or competes mineral absorption 38:00 Mineral learnings that I wish i would've known sooner 39:13 Vitamin / mineral testing 41:00 Siim's supplement routine 43:19 What health-related tool would you bring on a deserted island? 44:44 The Billboard Question 45:40 Siim's Future endeavor 46:26 Where to connect with Siim Land If you like this episode, please subscribe to my and Siim's channel and also share this episode with a friend or family member! Follow Dr. Robert on social media with the various links below: Instagram: Dr.Robert Fredrickson Instagram Business: FredricksonHealthSolutions TikTok: FredricksonHealth

Flutter 101 Podcast
Dart in the Cloud, Backend, Command Line, and Shelf with Kevin Moore

Flutter 101 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 44:56


My guest in this episode is Kevin Moore. Kevin is a Product Manager at Google working on Dart and Flutter.In one of the last episodes of the Flutter 101 podcast, I talked to Ryan Knell, the author of the Alfred package. Kevin, who works as Product Manager at Google, listened to the episode. He then shared on Twitter, that he would love to come on and explain more about his thoughts on pkg:shelf and Dart on the server and CLI. Of course, I invited him immediately!Most people know Dart as the language behind Flutter. Flutter code is powered by the world-class Dart platform, which enables compilation to 32-bit and 64-bit ARM machine code for iOS and Android, as well as JavaScript for the web and Intel x64 for desktop devices.Dart is also used for tooling, as command-line apps, running web servers, and more. pub.dev is also running on Dart and it's serving millions! It's a great match as a backend language for teams and developers who already write Flutter. If your Flutter app needs a backend or you need to glue some services together, Dart is a great match.We talked about how you can run Dart in the cloud today. You can use Cloud Run's container support, combined with Dart's Docker images, to run server-side Dart code.We briefly talked about the Functions Framework that makes it easy to write Dart functions instead of server applications for handling web requests. Using the framework, you can create functions that handle HTTP requests and CloudEvents and deploy your Dart functions to Google Cloud.Lastly, we also talked about command-line apps, and Kevin shared his tips on which packages can improve your development experience while writing and using Dart on the command line.Guest: Kevin MooreTwitter @kevmooGitHub @kevmooLinkedIn linkedin.com/in/kevmooReddit @kevmooMedium @kevmooHost: Vince VargaTwitter @vincevargadevGitHub @vincevargadevLinkedIn @vincevargadevWeb vincevarga.devMost relevant past episodes from Flutter 101Dart Server Framework Alfred with Ryan Knell (Episode 11): Ryan Knell is the author of the performant, Express.js-like Dart server framework Alfred. We talked about the state of full-stack Dart, ORMs, backend frameworks, Flutter, and many more!Dart on AWS Lambda and Serverless Computing with Sebastian Döll (Episode 6): We talked to Sebastian Döll (GitHub Microsoft, previously Solutions Architect at AWS) about serverless computing, the state of serverless Dart, and how he implemented a custom AWS Lambda Runtime for Dart.Backend and Frontend Web with Dart with Jermaine Oppong (Episode 7): We talked about backend and frontend Dart with Web Developer and YouTuber Jermaine Oppong. Shelf, Alfred, Aqueduct, Angel, AngularDart, and more.Mentioned packagespub.dev/packages/shelf: A model for web server middleware that encourages composition and easy reusepub.dev/packages/functions_framework: FaaS (Function as a service) framework for writing portable Dart functionspub.dev/packages/shelf_router: A convenient request router for the shelf web framework, with support for URL parameters, nested routers, and routers generated from source annotationspub.dev/packages/args: Library for defining parsers for parsing raw command-line arguments into a set of options and values using GNU and POSIX style optionspub.dev/packages/build_cli: Parse command-line arguments directly into an annotation class using the power of build_runner and source_genpub.dev/packages/completion: A package to add shell command completion to your Dart applicationOther ResourcesPop, Pop, Win! + source code: demonstration app for the open-source Dart project from Google: an implementation of Minesweeper in DartThe Chromium ProjectsArs Technica: Google has released Dartium, a Chromium build with a Dart VM (2012)Fandom Google Wiki: Dartium: "Dartium is a modified version of Chromium that is designed to support the Dart language."Dart News and Updates: The new AdWords UI uses Dart - we asked why (2016)Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't by Jim C. CollinsRack: a Ruby Webserver InterfaceAnnouncing Dart 2.13: (...) Official Docker support and Dart on Google CloudDockerDocker Official ImagesDart Docker Official ImagesKubernetes - Production-grade container orchestrationDart Docs - Google Cloud (Cloud Run, Functions, Kubernetes, Compute Engine, App Engine)Announcing Dart support for GitHub ActionsIt's All Widgets! hosted by Hillel Coren: Kevin MooreYouTube Kevin Moore: Code generation with the Dart build systemYouTube Google IO Q&A: Cloud, Dart, and full-stack Flutter