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Best podcasts about eject

Latest podcast episodes about eject

The Jason Smith Show
09/15/2021 - Hour 4 - Eject the Grounds Crew

The Jason Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 47:24


Jason Smith and Mike Harmon share stories from their radio career on the 10-year anniversary of Jason's final show at ESPN. Another night, another moment in baseball that you may have never seen before. The guys preview Thursday Night Football between the Giants and Washington. Mike goes wild on the waivers in Jason and Mike's guillotine league. Plus, Odell Beckham Jr. has completely fallen from stardom. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis
Not hitting the eject button on the 2021 season(but making sure the parachute is in there)

The Nolecast: Florida State football analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 76:20


Tough, heartbreaking loss to a team that FSU should have beat. Not exactly the follow up game you want to see after a competitive game against ND. Bud and Ingram discuss the loss and what lies ahead next week.

TWFS
WWE Threatens to Eject You; Funny Draws Money; Darby Allin Wants You to “Shut Up” | Smackdown’s 3rd Hour 08/06/2021

TWFS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 141:18


Kevin Scampoli and TylaSpida know better on http://twfs.live PPV companions and lost TWFS YouTube videos are on https://subscribestar.com/twfs

Memoirs of an LDS Therapist
Know When To Eject

Memoirs of an LDS Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 7:28


Maurice Harker explains the importance of having a dignified exit when things start to go wrong. He advises that knowing when to "eject" from the situation is crucial in the marriage repair process. To learn more about this topic and others please click on the link below: https://lifechangingservices.online/marriage-repair/

Whetto's World
Whetto's World (On Air) Ep.2 - JoshuaBeingMusic

Whetto's World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 37:12


DON'T hit that EJECT button just yet!! Here on Whetto's World On Air we got us a live one!! @joshuabeingmusic is joining the podcast tonight at @ 8!! We covering all things music, his hustle, where he's headed next, and of course what DoWatiWant means to him! Tune in on all platforms!!! .....Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms and of course like and subscribe to the channel!!Insta: DWiW_ClothingFb: DowatiwantIndustriesYoutube: Whetto's WorldTwitter:ClothingDWiW

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
081 New Van Already? Shore Power Auto Eject, No Cook Meals, Coffee Sacks, Do As I Say, Not As I Do!

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 30:58


Have you noticed that your favorite #vanlife folks don't actually keep their vans very long? Let's explore that... and also enjoy some no-cook meals during these hot days. And lest we drive away while hooked up to a power pole, we'll take a look at auto-eject ports. And find creative uses for old coffee bags. And... I go against a LOT of advice I've given.  FIND US: We're on Facebook (Built to Go Group), Instagram (@collegeofcuriosity), Twitter (@colofcuriosity), and we have a Discord server (invite at top of main page at builttogo.com.)     Product Review - Coffee Bean Bags If you buy in bulk, they're not too expensive and very interesting! https://amzn.to/3jBdBhw Resource Recommendation It's hot! Don't cook. But don't be bored either. 50 No-Cook Meals from Taste of Home Tech Talk Auto-Eject Shore Power Ports They do what it sounds like they do https://firepenny.com/Kussmaul_Standard_Auto_Eject_p/KM-091.htm Some links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything from these links, the show will receive a small fee. This will not impact your price in anyway. 

The Jason Smith Show
06/23/2021 - Hour 3 - Eject That Hat!

The Jason Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 43:12


Jason Smith and Mike Harmon break down the reasons for the Bucks losing Game 1, and tell you why Giannis is not one of them. The New York Islanders close out Nassau Colliseum in the best way possible. Plus, Diego Castillo may be the first to get punished for foreign substances... or at least, his hat may be the first. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
5/20 4-1 EJECT!!!

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 22:19


But not while still on the runway. - Speeding - Frunk - Online Bullying - GTA5 - Jake Paul

The Sean Widmer Podcast
Episode 243. Kicking an old lady. (with Brandon and Tyler)

The Sean Widmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 38:34


Episode 243. The state of "Eject!" (3:30), Brandon and Sean friendship status (5:43), a weekend scavenger hunt (12:00), and would Brandon kick an old woman? (19:22)

BizNews Radio
Flash Briefing: ANC to force transparency on pay; Heineken-Distell takeover; legal action to eject Cubans

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 2:19


* South Africa is finalising legislative changes that aim at narrowing the earnings gap between company executives and the lowest-paid workers, according to Trade and Industry Minister Ebrahim Patel. * Heineken, the world’s second-largest brewer, is in talks about a takeover of South African wine and spirits maker Distell Group Holdings Ltd. * Labour union Solidarity has announced it will serve court papers on the Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation, Lindiwe Sisulu, over the use of Cuban engineers to help fix the country’s water crisis. * Namibia has banned all imports of poultry and poultry products from South Africa after further outbreaks of avian influenza were detected in the neighbouring country, the agriculture ministry said on Monday. * South Africans should expect loadshedding all through winter, says Eskom.

The Atlas Society Presents - The Atlas Society Asks
The Atlas Society Asks Bill Whittle

The Atlas Society Presents - The Atlas Society Asks

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 61:19


Bill Whittle is a writer, film director, political commentator and YouTuber who focuses on America, history, and conservative values. He is the co-host of Bill Whittle Now and Right Angle, in which he and his co-hosts share their thoughts on topics in the news. He is also known for his FIREWALL video essays. His first book, "Silent America: Essays from a Democracy at War," is a collection from his first blog, "Eject! Eject! Eject!," where he wrote personal narratives and long format essays which discussed current events and political philosophy. Whittle is also an instrument-rated pilot of glider and light aircraft.

NOQ Report
If election fraud is fully exposed, here are two Constitutional ways to eject Biden-Harris without the Supreme Court

NOQ Report

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2021 48:38


The massive, widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election appears to be in the process of finally being exposed. Several jurisdictions are making progress towards audits, and while we are not exactly hopeful that anything will come from it, one never knows. If awareness rises and calls come in for Biden-Harris to be replaced, here are two ways that could happen.

SucDePoma
Audiodemo de control de VoiceOver en un dispositivo iOS desde un teclado numérico externo

SucDePoma

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 48:44


En esta audiodemo Jordi Salido, nos muestra como configurar un dispositivo iOS, más concretamente un iPhone en iOS14, para poderlo manejar con un teclado numérico externo, accediendo a los gestos de VoiceOver con pulsaciones de teclas en lugar de gestos en pantalla. Este método de control es ideal para personas con movilidad reducida en las extremidades superiores, o símplemente no queremos usar un teclado qwerty completo. De esta forma disponemos el control de las principales funciones que se realizan en un iPhone o iPad con VoiceOver activado, usando un dispositivo externo pequeño y económico, tal como un teclado numérico Bluetooth, sin tener que sacar el teléfono del bolsillo. En esta audiodemo, la Configuración para el control del dispositivo ha sido probada en un iPhone 11 con iOS 14.4. Pero teóricamente puede hacerse desde iOS 13, donde ya se pueden ajustar los comandos de VoiceOver. La guía principal consiste en el audio del podcast, y este artículo adjunto se proporciona para un mejor seguimiento de la configuración. La correspondencia entre las distintas teclas en el teclado numérico y los gestos que emulan en pantalla y otros comandos puede ser distinta. A continuación se relata la configuración que Jordi considera más apropiada e intuitiva. Pero la configuración se puede adaptar a la que creáis más adecuada a vuestro gusto o necesidades. Lista de correspondencias entre teclas del teclado numérico y acciones en el iPhone o iPad Las teclas 4 y 6 se corresponden a flic izquierda y flic derecha.. Las teclas 8 y 2 se corresponden a flic arriba y flic abajo. La tecla 5 se corresponde a Aceptar o pulsación doble con un dedo. La tecla 0 se corresponde con a pulsación mágica, o pulsación doble con dos dedos. La tecla 7 se corresponde a ir al primer ítem. La tecla 1 se corresponde con ir al último ítem. La tecla 9 se corresponde a avance en el giro del rotor. Es el gesto de giro de compás en sentido horario. La tecla 3 se corresponde a iniciar la lectura de la pantalla, más concretamente al gesto de arrastrar dos dedos de arriba a abajo en la pantalla. La tecla coma “,” se corresponde a parar/reanudar la lectura. Es el gesto de pulsar una vez en la pantalla con dos dedos. La tecla Intro se corresponde con el botón Inicio o Home. La tecla igual “=” se corresponde a etiquetar el ítem, es decir, al gesto de doble pulsación sostenida con dos dedos. La tecla barra “/” se corresponde a copiar en el portapapeles. Es el gesto de cuatro pulsaciones con tres dedos en pantalla. La tecla asterisco “*” se coresponde a la activación del atajo Graba. Permitiendo la grabación de un audio. La tecla guión “-” se corresponde a abrir el centro de control. La tecla más “+”- se corresponde a abrir el centro de notificaciones. Consideraciones previas En primer lugar necesitaremos un teclado completo con tecla “Expulsar”, o “Eject”, tal como un Magic Keyboard de Apple o compatible, para conseguir que se muestre el teclado virtual de forma simultánea al uso del teclado físico. Esta operación nos permitirá el acceso a comandos como dictar o seleccionar los emoji. De otra forma al conectar el teclado numérico bluetooth al iPhone no podremos acceder a algunas de las funciones citadas existentes en el teclado virtual de iOS, ya que de forma convencional el teclado físico conectado oculta el teclado virtual. Esta operación la haremos de lA forma siguiente: Abriremos una aplicación en la que podamos escribir, iremos al campo de texto y activaremos el modo escritura. Cuando estamos editando el campo de texto, presionaremos la tecla "“Comando” y la tecla “Expulsar”. Esta tecla “Expulsar”, o “Eject”, es la tecla situada en la esquina superior derecha del teclado, esta marcada con un triangulo con el vértice hacia arriba y también tiene una línea horizontal en la parte inferior . Estas dos teclas las pulsaremos a la vez, hasta que nos diga teclado visible.

So To Speak w/ Jared Howe
S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 640 | CRT is Code for White Genocide

So To Speak w/ Jared Howe

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 47:42


I wish I was exaggerating but conspiracy theories like Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality, and White Privilege are really just thinly veiled campaigns to dehumanize white people, paving the way for a Bolshevik or Chinese style genocide of said white people, the majority of which offer the only meaningful resistance to communist ideology.  There certainly are a lot of parallels to the Bolshevik Revolution and The Great Leap Forward in the modern day left's agenda:  Disarm political opponents Eject their sympathizers from the military Separate them from their children History doesn't exactly repeat itself, but it often rhymes. Ron Paul was right when he said there would come a time when the machinations of the PATRIOT Act would be used against the very people who were propagandized into supporting it under the false pretense of a War on Terror.  That time is now. This is EPISODE 640 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

Punto de Victoria Podcast
Episodio 93 - Reseñas negativas - V-Commandos - Ginkgopolis - Under Falling Skies

Punto de Victoria Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021


En este episodio hablamos de la dificultad que supone hacer reseñas negativas de los juegos. Luego hablamos de El señor de los Anillos el juego de cartas y Marvel Champions y... Posteriormenete hablamos algo más en profundidad de V-Commandos, Gingkopolis y Under Falling Skies 00:10:30 - Reseñas negativas 00:30:15 - Eject (nueva sección) 00:37:00 - Señor de los anillos y Marvel Champions 00:01:01 - V-Commandos 01:14:06 - Gingkopolis 01:29:15 - Under Falling Skies 01:54:30 - Fast Forward 02:02:56 - Follow y Unfollow MUSIC: Space Invaders – Pornophonique & Look and feel years younger – Brad Sucks

Kritfayle
Shadowrun Episode 35: Safely Eject Soul

Kritfayle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 93:04


Shadowrun is a excellent and clever setting. A mix of Cyberpunk and fantasy in a dark future where life is cheap and technology is expensive. We are using Shadowrun 4th ed for setting information and Genesys for the rules. Part 1 of Counterstroke New parts every Sunday! If you would like to send us a voice message you can do so here https://anchor.fm/kritfayle/message Storyteller: Ghost Terry the Mage: Becca Cipher the Decker: Raveninsane Wren the Thief: Emily https://www.patreon.com/Kritfayle Sounds provided by the excellent Syrinscape. Syrinscape is an indispensable tool for tabletop RPG's allowing the use of ambient and direct sounds and sound FX to help to bring your games to life. its a great tool to have and you can find out more and how to subscribe to them in the link below. https://syrinscape.com/ https://syrinscape.com/attributions/?id=1861&id=47&id=19265&id=9133 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kritfayle/message

Tim Pool Daily Show
S558 - Democrats Are Trying To Eject A Republican Congresswoman To INSTALL A Democrat In INSANE Power Grab

Tim Pool Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 76:59


Democrats Are Trying To Eject A Republican Congresswoman To INSTALL A Democrat In INSANE Power Grab. Democrats are claiming that Rita Hart is the real winner rejected the results of the 2020 house race in Iowa's 2nd district.They say Trump is wrong in his claims but they are right in what many are considering a shocking double standard.  Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the Democrats voted to move forward with a review that could negate the election results in Iowa's second and install a DemocratBeyond the attempted power grab in the House Democrats are actively trying to reignite an FBI probe in Brett Kavanaugh as well as massively change voting laws in the US.Support the show (http://timcast.com/donate)

The Sean Widmer Podcast
Episode 200. EJECT the game.

The Sean Widmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 15:26


Episode 200. Happy 200th episode. My buddies and I made a game.

The Nick and Joe Show
Ep. 143 Part 3 - Federal conservatives eject Derek Sloan from caucus

The Nick and Joe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2021 24:22


Nick and Joe discuss the federal conservative party's vote to expel Derek Sloan from their caucus, possibly setting up a civil war within the party

ATW Marino blogpod
Armed militia in DC to eject and protect

ATW Marino blogpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 2:03


ATW Marino blog podcast

MY U KNOW 咩?
MYSBH | U KNOW 咩?:用完pendrive 不eject,可以直接拔吗?

MY U KNOW 咩?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2021 1:17


用完pendrive 不eject,可以直接拔吗?

What Happened to the World Today
364 – Eject Trump – New Drinking Game – Fire Breathing Drone – Vaccine Rollout Issues

What Happened to the World Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2021


Show Subjects; Eject Trump, it's part of a game but after Wednesday it just needs to be real. Are SUS really modified Teletubbies? Sheldon cooper presents fun with flags, but Chrome has some wild flags for you to check out. Scott modifies an old drinking game to be more current. Lee County vaccine rollout process [...] The post 364 – Eject Trump – New Drinking Game – Fire Breathing Drone – Vaccine Rollout Issues appeared first on What Happened.

The Prepper Broadcasting Network
Reliance - Eject Evil, Repair Ruins

The Prepper Broadcasting Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2020 32:08


Steven Menking returns with another powerful episode of Reliance. These recordings have tremendous power at this time.

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
APG 452 – Godspeed!

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2020 178:58


Our crew today: Hosts Dr. Steph, Miami Rick, Captains Nick and Jeff, Producer/Director Liz. Join us for the latest in aviation news, your feedback, and this week's Plane Tale: "Legend." Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:18] NEWS [00:03:42] Chuck Yeager Flies West [00:04:58] Accident: Air Djibouti B735 at Garowe on Dec 2nd 2020, Gear Collapse on Landing [00:13:36] Accident: Sanga DHC6 at Wobagen on Dec 1st 2020, Runway Excursion [00:17:47] Accident: Calm AT42 at Naujaat on Nov 26th 2020, Runway Excursion on Landing [00:21:37] ‘Impressive zippermerge’: Light Aircraft Makes Night-Time Landing on US Highway [00:25:12] FINAL REPORT: Incident: Scoot B789 Near Perth on Oct 11th 2018, Uncommanded Engine Shut Down in Flight [00:34:27] Fire Engine Needed To Wash Bees Off Vistara A320 [00:39:30] JAL B772 at Okinawa on Dec 4th 2020, Engine Shut Down in Flight After Uncontained Failure, Parts of Engine Cowl Dropped [00:47:12] Pilots Forced to Eject as Super Hornet Jet Emergency Unfolds at RAAF Base Amberley [00:56:48] GETTING TO KNOW US [01:00:04] Steph and Armando Video Clip [01:30:22] COFFEE FUND [01:32:05] FEEDBACK [01:32:15] Sam - More Unlikely Vehicles Towing Aircraft [01:37:08] Greg - Another Flying 727 [01:40:02] Becky - Dreamlifter Lands at Wrong Airport [01:57:06] PLANE TALES - Legend [02:29:18] Micah - Can Rick Talk About the Effort to Move the Covid Vaccine? [02:38:49] Mike - Something Didn't Feel Right [02:40:38] Richard - Cessna 172 Enters Runway Without Permission | Radio Misunderstanding [02:49:12] Robert - Alleged A330-100 VIDEO Don't see the video? Click this to watch it on YouTube! Looking for the older episodes? You can find them by going here: All APG Episodes Feed ABOUT RADIO ROGER “Radio Roger” Stern has been a TV and Radio reporter since he was a teenager. He’s won an Emmy award for his coverage in the New York City Market. Currently you can hear his reporting in New York on radio station 1010 WINS, the number one all-news station in the nation. Nationally you can hear him anchor newscasts on the Fox News Radio Network and on Fox’s Headlines 24-7 service on Sirius XM Radio. In addition Roger is a proud member of and contributor to the APG community. Audible.com Trial Membership Offer - Get your free audio book today! Give us your review in iTunes! I'm "airlinepilotguy" on Facebook, and "airlinepilotguy" on Twitter. feedback@airlinepilotguy.com airlinepilotguy.com "Appify" the Airline Pilot Guy website (http://airlinepilotguy.com) on your phone or tablet! ATC audio from http://LiveATC.net Intro/outro Music, Coffee Fund theme music by Geoff Smith thegeoffsmith.com Dr. Steph's intro music by Nevil Bounds Capt Nick's intro music by Kevin from Norway (aka Kevski) Doh De Oh by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100255 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Copyright © AirlinePilotGuy 2020, All Rights Reserved Airline Pilot Guy Show by Jeff Nielsen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

IE Sports Radio
Episode 19: Chiefs Eject the Jets, Look To Tame Panthers

IE Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2020 59:05


The Guys are joined by Cold Case Skiles in this weeks episode as they discuss the Jets game, the trade deadline, play a game, and look forward to the Panthers!

Apnea - Deep and Chillout music
Episode 43 – Selected & mixed by M-Eject

Apnea - Deep and Chillout music

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2020 3336:52


Episode 43 – Selected & mixed by M-Eject 1.Deemkeyne – No Causality 2.Jen Miras – The Other One 3.Francisco Aguado – Deep Roots 4.George Kostopoulos – Snowooden 5.Aschella – Ice Storm 6.Djalo – Spring 7.Unberg – Plaid 8.Ludowick – Forma 9.Ludowick – Trail 10.Francisco Aguado – Attract

Apnea - Deep and Chillout music
Episode 43 – Selected & mixed by M-Eject

Apnea - Deep and Chillout music

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2020 55:36


Episode 43 – Selected & mixed by M-Eject 1.Deemkeyne – No Causality 2.Jen Miras – The Other One 3.Francisco Aguado – Deep Roots 4.George Kostopoulos – Snowooden 5.Aschella – Ice Storm 6.Djalo – Spring 7.Unberg – Plaid 8.Ludowick – Forma 9.Ludowick – Trail 10.Francisco Aguado – Attract

Marcianos en un Tren
SITGES 2020 🦍 Eject

Marcianos en un Tren

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 3:59


Reseña exprés de la película Eject, estrenada en Sitges 2020. Narra y edita Juan Pablo Deferr. Todos nuestros programas dedicados al Festival de Sitges en: https://www.ivoox.com/festival-sitges_bk_list_7330884_1.html Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Can You Survive This Podcast?
E12: Scott O'Grady

Can You Survive This Podcast?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2020 79:39


Combat pilot, war hero, AMERICAN HERO… Scott O’Grady. Shot down while enforcing the no-fly zone over Bosnia in 1995 and on the run from the enemy for seven days… Scott epitomizes the never-give-up mentality required in any survival situation. You don’t want to miss this episode. Tuesday on Can You Survive This Podcast?

FOJ LIVE
To Reboot, First Eject

FOJ LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2020 96:56


If you’d like to support the show, try the Brave browser for 30 days. Use this link: https://brave.com/fis065  Facebook: www.facebook.com/fojlive Twitter: @livefoj @jerryisntfunny Instagram: @fojlive @jerryisntfunny YouTube: http://bit.ly/FOJLIVETUBE  Bitchute: http://bit.ly/FOJLIVEBIT Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2HGhwnV  Laughable: http://bit.ly/2Ac0zjn  Google Play Music: http://bit.ly/FOJGPlay  Stitcher: http://bit.ly/FOJStitch  Spotify: http://bit.ly/FOJSpot  dLive: www.dlive.tv/FOJLIVE  TuneIn: http://bit.ly/2A9uad0 iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2UHRQ4t Podbean: http://bit.ly/2ULLm4P 

Pancakes and Peacocks
Pancakes and Peacocks | Episode 3 | Introduction to Meditation

Pancakes and Peacocks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 15:19


We live in a world of distraction and disconnection. Before we can move forward in any kind of positive direction, we need to give ourselves the chance to truly listen to what is at play in any given situation. My emotions used to jump up and down and all over the place, with all kinds of different situations triggering my fight or flight defences.The thing that’s allowed me the space to really stabilise and walk in line with myself, is the work I have done (and continue to do) on stillness. That is, the art of just being. The art of connecting to yourself in such a way that you can determine what is for you, and what you need to let pass you by.For me that has meant learning to meditate as the backbone, but that isn’t something that’s static and disconnecting me from the rest of the world. True meditation can happen every moment of your waking life if you let it, by simply living in a connected way. Start small, just a few minutes here and there, and see if you start to feel inspired to do a little more.In this episode I share my journey of learning how to meditate, and even invite you to have a little go with me at the end. Eject at 8.55 mins in if that's not for you, or just skip the 60 second silence and join us again for the closing bars.

Craft Your Own Coffee Podcast
[S2E5] Back Porch Coffee Roasting With My Neighbor Robby

Craft Your Own Coffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2020 25:35


Ride along with me and my neighbor Robby as we roast a batch of green coffee from start to finish on my back porch with my Hottop Roaster. Robby is a "coffee person" but is new to coffee roasting so his insights, takeaways and questions are On Point for anyone who is curious about roasting their own coffee. My Home Roasting Process (as played out in the episode) 1) Preheat ("charge") roaster to 420 degrees (internal temp of roaster) 2) Set final roasting temperature at 374 degrees (temp of bean) 3) Once preheated, add 300g green coffee into roaster (full batch) 4) Turn fan to 100% for 60 seconds once green coffee temp begins to "rise" 5) Reduce fan speed to 10% 6) When internal roaster temp reaches 400 degrees, reduce heat to 90% and increase fan speed to 20% 7) With every additional 10 degree increase in roaster temp, reduce heat by an additional 10% and increase fan speed by an additional 10% 8) Eject beans when bean temperature reaches 374 degrees (assuming first crack is complete and bean color is what I want) 9) Allow to cool in cooling tray for 5 minutes 10) Get rid of as much chaff as possible 11) Lay coffee beans out on cookie sheet for an additional 30-60 minutes 12) Put roasted coffee in mason jar or sealable bag (with one-way release valve) 13) Wait 3-4 days before brewing! Don't forget to take advantage of 15% off your order of Green Coffee at www.sweetmarias.com between now and 3/31/2020 using the code CRAFTCOFFEE Links/Resources mentioned: - Hottop Roaster - Orens Daily Roast - Zabar's Coffee - The Coffee Roaster's Companion book (Scott Rao) - Pew Research Center article about neighbors --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/craftyourowncoffee/message

Denver Orbit
Eject!

Denver Orbit

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 40:25


Hello! Denver Orbit is now Low Orbit. And you’re listening to it. This episode features Joe Coradlo talking about Robert Stanley and his ejection seat factory. You can find the video of the Yankee Egress System here. We also have a poem from the one and only Brice Maiurro. Brice Maiurro is a poet from … Continue reading "Eject!"

Denver Orbit
Eject!

Denver Orbit

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2020 40:25


Hello! Denver Orbit is now Low Orbit. And you’re listening to it. This episode features Joe Coradlo talking about Robert Stanley and his ejection seat factory. You can find the video of the Yankee Egress System here. We also have a poem from the one and only Brice Maiurro. Brice Maiurro is a poet from … Continue reading "Eject!"

Autopod Decepticast: A Weekly Podcast Delivering a Minute-By-Minute Breakdown of the 1986 Transformers Movie.

Demon Swamp!!! Ryan likes animal robots! Autobots cannon fodder!! Insectile chirping (chirping)..! Do better!! Pay more attention!!! Beatle Bali!! Eject the Ravage cassette!! I’m a bwig bwoy I need a bwig bweakfast!!! The Balian Gulch Festival!!! That sawed off nerd, Rumble!! Casual Megatron!! Taste the Lightning!!!!

BitcoinMeister- Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Altcoins
The Beyond Bitcoin Show- Episode 94- Coronavirus, Eric Hoffer, Resentment & doomers, California, Q&A

BitcoinMeister- Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Altcoins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2020 45:39


It's time to go Beyond Bitcoin! Last week's prediction about the president, Coronavirus, Resentment vs Gratitude, new Youtube policy, Californians are moving to Texas, Americans (still) don't save. One can learn a lot from Eric Hoffer! Take risks but avoid ruin! Eject doomers, my last name, health tips, and more! Recorded in El Paso, TX! Watch the show here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fi2eijacqE4 Follow Adam on Twitter- https://twitter.com/TechBalt All of the BitcoinMeister videos are here at http://DisruptMeister.com Financially support the podcast here: https://anchor.fm/bitcoinmeister/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitcoinmeister/support

ShopTalk » Podcast Feed
395: 2020 Don’t Eject!

ShopTalk » Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2020 61:35


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The Left Page
Episode 12 - Halloween Special! Dracula. How do we understand the vampire? W/ the Horror Vanguard

The Left Page

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2019 114:36


In this Spooky Halloween Special we once again team up with Jon and Ash of the Horror Vanguard, as we delve into the darkest crypts of the Vampire Castle and... Find most fun, spooky and interesting readings! It is an incredible discussion on the vampire yesterday and today, and how we can both understand it, and oppose it when necessary. Beyond that, we discuss the rse of capitalism, colonialism, and, evidently, Gothic Marxism! We hope you enjoy this extra long episode to make up for our rushed routine and still make the spooky season valuable and worthwhile! Happy Halloween Comrades!!   Spooky recommendations: Books and Articles> Can the Vampire Speak? Atilla Viragh - https://sci-hub.tw/10.0000/muse.jhu.edu/article/493256 Our Vampires, Ourselves. Nina Auerbach Varney the Vampire Carmilla, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu The Vampyre, John William Polidori The Historian, Elizabeth Kostova Anne Rice's works   Movies and TV Shows> The Omega Man I am Legend Buffy the Vampire Slayer The Strain Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter   Check out the Horror Vanguard! On Twitter @HorrorVanguard SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/user-317910500 And support them on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/horrorvanguard   You can find us on Twitter @leftpagepod Please support our Patreon if you're interested and want to join the Poetry Club! https://www.patreon.com/leftpage  Intro Music: Blood Makes Noise, Suzanne Vega, Solitude Standing: Live at the Barbican, 2012 Outro Music: Bela Lugosi's Dead, Bauhaus, Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape, 1982 ----------- We are a part of the Revolutionary Left Radio Federation so check them out here! @RevLeftRadio https://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/ -----------

CFB Podcast with Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi

Kevin and David wonder if any team will go undefeated (1:40), discuss what David's seeing in the film room ahead of Auburn and Florida (8:49), shares why Tigers LB K.J. Britt is someone you need to keep an eye on (15:11) and where things stand in the Big Ten at the moment (21:40). Plus, Ivan weighs in on California's passage of the "Fair Pay To Play Act", which allows college athletes to profit off of their likeness (24:20) and why Penn State and Iowa are conference contenders not pretenders (36:36).

Campus Conversation
Hit The Eject Button

Campus Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2019 43:41


Kevin and David wonder if any team will go undefeated (1:40), discuss what David's seeing in the film room ahead of Auburn and Florida (8:49), shares why Tigers LB K.J. Britt is someone you need to keep an eye on (15:11) and where things stand in the Big Ten at the moment (21:40). Plus, Ivan weighs in on California's passage of the "Fair Pay To Play Act", which allows college athletes to profit off of their likeness (24:20) and why Penn State and Iowa are conference contenders not pretenders (36:36).

Geek Therapy Radio Podcast
The pilot who ejected @ 47,000 feet into a thunderstorm

Geek Therapy Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2019 29:20


Only July 26, 1959 Lieutenant Colonel William Henry Rankin became the only known human to survive a fall THROUGH a thunderstorm! GeekTherapy@iHeartMedia.com

Shuttlecock Podcast
Arkutec - Episode 069

Shuttlecock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2019 59:18


Tobias Harvey, also known as Arkutec, is a hip-hop producer, graphic designer, and videographer from Topeka, Kansas. Over the years he's released collaborative projects with artists like Stik Figa, Domineko, Dev3n, and others. He's also the founder of the creative agency/blog/clothing line Create/Uplift (a.k.a. CULT). We discussed his past collaborations, the evolution of CULT, his brief stint in Miami, his philosophy on being a Midwestern creative, and his new solo instrumental album, "Eject!" "Eject!" is streaming now on all major platforms. The Shuttlecock Podcast is sponsored by The Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven, located at 76th & Troost in Kansas City. Visit www.7thHeavenKC.com for more info. Follow @ShuttlecockMag on social media and visit www.ShuttlecockMusic.com. Grab a t-shirt, button, or photo zine from the Shuttlecock web store to support the show. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and our feed on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

The Mockingpulpit
Episode 1188: Onesimus & the Eject Button …

The Mockingpulpit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2019


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St. Alban's Sermons
“Onesimus & the Eject Button (you can’t hide from your past)” (13th Sunday after Pentecost)

St. Alban's Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2019


Full Spectrum - Trance, Psytrance, Progressive, Breaks, Bass, EDM - Mixed by frequenZ phaZe

"People are afraid of themselves, of their own reality; their feelings most of all. People talk about how great love is, but that’s bullshit. Love hurts. Feelings are disturbing. People are taught that pain is evil and dangerous. How can they deal with love if they’re afraid to feel? Pain is meant to wake us up. People try to hide their pain. But they’re wrong. Pain is something to carry, like a radio. You feel your strength in the experience of pain. It’s all in how you carry it. That’s what matters. Pain is a feeling. Your feelings are a part of you. Your own reality. If you feel ashamed of them, and hide them, you’re letting society destroy your reality. You should stand up for your right to feel your pain." - Jim Morrison TRACKLIST || 01. ATYSS - Black Snake [Expo] || 02. Echotek - Spirituality Culture [Spiral Trax] || 03. Starlab & Mono Sapiens - Inside The Atom [Dacru] || 04. Phanatic - Mind Control [Bounce] || 05. Animato & Off Limits - Basic Ingredients [Selected] || 06. Spectral Dreams - Apollo 11 [Parabola] || 07. Michael Milov - Until The Time Is Through [Suanda Dark] || 08. Altered Space - Phase Shift [BMSS] || 09. Velocity - Lust (3 Of Life vs Domestic Remake) [Perfecto Fluoro] || 10. Antinomy - A New Dawn [Iboga] Never miss an episode! Subscribe to the Full Spectrum podcast, find the latest releases at http://ffaze.com, or join us on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/frequenZphaZe

ALBandRPshow
The AL-B & Radames Prime Show - Ep 50 - You're The Guy That Hits The Eject Button

ALBandRPshow

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2019 44:53


This week we discuss... When Are You Too Old To Rent A Scooter Off The Street, "Florida Man" Google Searches Come Up With Crazy Stories, YouTube Eyebrow Prank, Rad Gets A Cobra Kai Tattoo (Tramp Stamp?), AL-B Wants To Hire Drone Operators To Watch Him While He's In The Ocean For Protection, 70+ Year old Man Gets To Go On A "Fly-Along", Man Punches Another Man's Eye Out & Then Pops it, 2 Paragliders Slam Into Each Other, Girl In China Goes To Eat A Live Octopus But The Octopus Has Other Things In Mind AND MUCH MORE! Follow us on all things Social @ALBandRPshow Plus, leave us a voicemail! 252-242-0664 It might get played on our show!

On The Island - A Podcast Mostly About 'Survivor'
Hit the Eject Button (Week 9 ‘Survivor: Edge of Extinction’)

On The Island - A Podcast Mostly About 'Survivor'

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2019 50:39


Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons eliminate every potential returning guest for this week's podcast. They cover David's futile efforts to stay alive, the rise of the newbies, Jeff talking about balls, Kelley's immunity idol, THE WARDOG, "Survivor" Season 40, and, of course, basketball analogies. Rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts. Follow @OnTheIslandPod for all the latest updates. Click here for the list of "Survivor" winners eligible for Season 40. Click here for the 'Times Voted Against' "Survivor" statistics.

On The Island - A Podcast Mostly About 'Survivor'
Hit the Eject Button (Week 9 ‘Survivor: Edge of Extinction’)

On The Island - A Podcast Mostly About 'Survivor'

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2019 50:39


Taylor Gaines and Tyler B. Commons eliminate every potential returning guest for this week's podcast. They cover David's futile efforts to stay alive, the rise of the newbies, Jeff talking about balls, Kelley's immunity idol, THE WARDOG, "Survivor" Season 40, and, of course, basketball analogies. Rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts. Follow @OnTheIslandPod for all the latest updates. Click here for the list of "Survivor" winners eligible for Season 40. Click here for the 'Times Voted Against' "Survivor" statistics.

Coach Corey Wayne
Dating: When To Eject

Coach Corey Wayne

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2018 25:56


How to know when you should keep dating a woman and give her the benefit of the doubt that things may get better, or when you need to hit the eject button and move on to find someone else. In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who met a woman who started pursuing him from the moment they met. Everything seemed to be going well and he naturally set a date. The date went great. The following week he called her to set the second date, but she was angry it took him so long to call and tried to give him a “maybe” date. He did not fall for it and set a date for the following week. Things went well on the second date until the end of the date when her behavior became squirrelly. She called him a few days later and he tried to set the third date. Her attitude and response confused him and afterward she blocked him on social media and ghosted him. He asks what went wrong since he feels he did everything textbook. The second email is a series of small success stories and victories a guy has had over the last two years since discovering my work. He talks about how the quality of women he dates has dramatically improved and how he now regularly dates and hooks up with women who he once thought were out of his league.

The freeCodeCamp Podcast
Ep. 24 - How to run a successful development process (even if you're not technical)

The freeCodeCamp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2018 16:48


This episode is for anyone who wants to effectively orchestrate a development process without becoming the butt of their team’s water-cooler jokes. It's more attainable than you think, because it's all about process. Don't be a Bill Lumbergh - be awesome. Written and read by Jonathan Solórzano-Hamilton: https://twitter.com/jhsolor Original article: https://fcc.im/2GW6xFX Learn to code for free at: https://www.freecodecamp.org Intro music by Vangough: https://fcc.im/2APOG02 Transcript: Laurence Peter formulated the principle that “managers rise to the level of their incompetence” in 1969. In particular, non-technical leaders have earned a poor reputation with software developers. Office Space depicts the non-technical manager in Bill Lumbergh, pictured above. Dilbert provides the classic “Pointy-Haired Boss.” This article is for anyone who wants to effectively orchestrate a development process without becoming the butt of your team’s water-cooler jokes. I’ll share what I’ve learned over the years managing development and release processes as a manager and software architect at UCLA and Stanford University. The biggest lesson I’ve learned is that the key to sustaining successful software releases is completely non-technical. It’s about process. Some aspects of a development process benefit from technical know-how, but it’s not required. Successfully releasing software into production is much more a question of robust process architecture than design or code alone. For the purpose of this article, we’ll assume you’ve already agreed to start building something. The product approval pipeline is a different process. Today we’re focusing on getting the agreed-upon product from concept to production. What to build Your team needs to assemble a clear roadmap for their code. Architects and manufacturers use blueprints. You should too. Your roadmap should include a set of schematics which each fulfill a different purpose. These schematics differ for individual applications. A user-interface mock-up, application architecture diagram, and business process model are common. More detailed component diagrams such as Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams and flow models are often useful as well. Technical expertise lets you use these schematics to critique your team’s architecture and ensure they’re on the right track. Even without technical skill, these schematics will be critical. You can use them to drive productive conversations about product completion. No more will you have to draw a “% complete” out of thin air or best-guess from the development team. You can track the status of each item on the diagram to determine how close the app is to completion. You can also project future velocity based on how quickly the team completed prior components. There is no “right” amount of pre-development documentation, but there is one wrong amount: none. Work out with your team what constitutes an acceptable roadmap before they start coding. The first checkpoint in your development process will be to review this documentation and ensure they’ve met this agreement. What not to build Your team can’t build everything. Nor should they. You need to ensure that your developers have a laser focus on what they actually need to build. Why are you building this app in the first place? Define the key differentiation from existing products. 80% of your team’s time should go toward supporting that differentiation. The schematics you should now have will be helpful here. Does your application include a logging component? A sign-up and login process? There are already excellent free, open-source software (FOSS) frameworks in most languages for these components. Some are available under extremely permissive licenses. Tesla provides a great illustration of this concept. Their first key differentiator was to use a lithium-ion battery to make electric cars competitive with gas. Lithium-ion achieved this by reducing battery weight and increasing range. The first Tesla prototype simply converted a pre-existing electric sports car from lead-acid to lithium batteries. Their first production run was mostly a Lotus Elise roadster (a pre-existing sports car) that had a Tesla battery and motor. The lesson for your team is to use what already exists wherever possible. If you can use or adapt a FOSS package, do it. Even if you need to license for-pay code from somewhere else, it’s almost always worth it. Get all the scaffolding in place quickly so you can test your “lithium-ion battery.” Then you can iterate through and replace whatever will help further differentiate your product without stressing about delaying production-readiness. The second checkpoint of your development process is to review the planned architecture with your team and identify what very limited part they intend to build from scratch. If it sounds like something that already exists, and it’s not the core focus of your product, challenge your team to see why they believe they need to re-do it. Don’t just throw it over the wall Once you have identified what pre-built technologies you’ll use, make sure to review these with your production support group. Database and server administrators will need to plan for installing and supporting any new technologies. This is the third checkpoint in your development process: operations readiness. Keeping the production support team in the loop early is 90% of the secret sauce known as “DevOps.” If you haven’t heard of this, DevOps is the idea that software development and production operations teams should unify under common goals. The proposed benefits include much quicker releases, more reliable code, and more time spent developing due to automation. These are all great boons, but they follow from a strong communication process. Automation follows, not replaces, collaboration. Implementation and Testing Now your team writes the code. Collaborate with your implementation team to devise a process for dividing the work among themselves. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, and this is where the “soft skills” of leadership dramatically outweigh any technical skill. Some developers will want to hog all the “interesting” work and ignore any drudge work. They may believe that they’re the smartest person in the room and should get their pick of assignments. Others may resist change and only want to do the same kind of work they’ve done before. Lead your team into an equitable distribution of work. Challenge everyone to grow appropriately and to share and collaborate. One more technical aspect of the implementation is that the code must include sufficient automated tests. These are code-defined tests that a test system can execute. If the code’s going to crash, don’t you want these guys’ resumes to be on the line instead of your own? (public domain: US Government photo) Manual “test scripts” where a human interacts with the code to see if it works are insufficient and reflect technical debt. Your technical team should at least include unit tests. Test-driven development is a popular approach for ensuring that critical code is always tested. You can drive a non-technical conversation with your team about their “test coverage” (the portion of the code that is tested). It’s pretty simple: ask them to list their assumptions. Then ask where and how they test these assumptions. The checkpoint at which the code is believed complete by the developers is referred to in my shop as dev-complete. It means the primary development (dev) process is over, but additional code may be written to address issues that come up in the review process. In an agile development process, you will typically divide the implementation process into multiple checkpoints instead of one all-or-nothing deadline. These are typically called iterations. Refer to the roadmap you defined in the first step. Before starting new component(s), ensure that what you’ve already started is at least dev-complete. This provides you with an accurate view of the speed of development and reduces risk. As you complete the iterations, you can push the code to an environment for “acceptance testing.” This involves pilot or test users (or an internal team playing that role) who interact with the partial product. They test to ensure it meets the design expectations and provide feedback on how it could be better. Acceptance testing is not a substitute for the unit testing mentioned earlier. It serves a different purpose. Letting your development team lean on acceptance testing to catch basic functional bugs is a recipe for disaster. Feedback from the acceptance testers can be incorporated into the next iteration. This is another good reason not to bite off a big chunk of the product all at once. You want to leave room to change course once people start playing with the product. Once you’ve accumulated enough tested code to constitute a sufficient product release, you’re ready to begin the release management process. Looking for bugs in all the right places Your developer or team has reached a point where they believe the code is done. Acceptance testers are satisfied with the way the product is working. The next checkpoint in the process is to validate the belief that you have code ready to become a product. Let’s start reviewing the code! You may not be comfortable or have sufficient technical know-how to review the team’s code yourself. That’s ok! You don’t have to. Your process has to. Work with your team to identify a process for code review that works for them. If you have more than one developer, peer code review works great. If you don’t, are there other developers in your organization outside of your team? Work across team boundaries to establish a peer code review program. If there really is only one developer, then sit down with them and have them walk you through the code. Use your schematics as a reference point, and ask them to tell you how the code accomplishes the schematic’s goals. At the conclusion of the code review process, the developer and reviewer(s) should feel comfortable with being held accountable for the code. The code review is also a good time for reviewing two other critical points: documentation and security. I’ve already written about a sustainable documentation architecture — check it out if you’re interested! Security review should be a part of any code review. In general, this involves taking a second look at the code to spot weaknesses where an attacker could exploit it to reveal private data or gain control of the server. It must be done by a technical person. The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) publishes a free comprehensive guide to security review. Your developer can do this if they’re the only one on the team, even if they just run an automated security code analysis tool. There are free tools for helping with this process which are linked through the OWASP wiki. Eject, eject, eject! The code has passed the review process. It’s ready to become a product. But that doesn’t mean it’s ready for production. The last checkpoint to clear is deployment readiness. Is your code in a state where it’s easy to deploy to production? This should involve as few manual steps as possible. It also means you need to have a plan for reverting the change in case the code doesn’t work as planned. This is called a “rollback plan.” If you have a separate software operations team, this is where they come back into the picture. They should review the deployment and rollback documentation and let you know if it’s sufficient. If you don’t have these personnel you can perform this step yourself. Make sure that there are clear, simple instructions for deploying the product. There should be very few manual steps, as each manual step introduces a chance for human error. There should be a clear, sufficient plan for returning to the prior state of affairs if the deployment doesn’t succeed. This may be as simple as restoring a backup, or it may involve customer communication or data conversion. Whether the plan is sufficient depends on how thoroughly your team tested the code, and how widely the product is being released. Consider also any risks associated with the product or with this particular release. Once you’ve passed this checkpoint, push that code into production! Post-release Succeed or fail, it’s important to circle back and review how the process went. Did your team accurately estimate the effort required to release a product? Did the testing adequately model the production scenario? Revisit the implementation and testing checkpoints, and review how well the team performed. How is the product running in production? It’s a good idea to visit the operations staff and obtain their feedback. This further creates trust between the development and operations teams, and will lead to more DevOps benefits down the road. Where are the remaining gaps in your product? If they’re in third-party code, now’s the time to consider whether to customize your packages or re-implement from scratch. Otherwise, you now have input on what to build for the next release. Above all, hold yourself and your team accountable for the results of your effort. Accountability facilitates independence and promotes individual growth. As your team grows accustomed to being held accountable for each step in this process, they’ll adjust their performance accordingly. Conclusion You don’t have to be the least bit technical to run a successful software release process. Technical skill can help, but it can also become a crutch. The key to successful software release is a well-documented, well-understood process for moving software through the pipeline from idea to product. You now have a starting point for drafting your own software release process. What’s most important is that you participate with your team in filling in the blanks and creating a repeatable process that works for all of you. It doesn’t have to be perfect for anyone, but it does have to be understood by everyone. You also need to ensure that the velocity of your product through these checkpoints matches the demand for the product. None of these items need to be multi-day show-stoppers. It could be a simple one-page checklist. You need to define a process that fits your environment. As with any process, you should also iterate. Just like with the code, your first, untested draft isn’t likely to be perfect. Tune the process on each run-through and you’ll end up with a smooth, predictable software release path. And remember to brush your hair. You don’t want it looking…pointy.