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Are you looking for unique ways to use “Big Picture” analysis to guide your trading decisions? In this episode, Brent Penfold from indextrader.com.au joins me to share some interesting (and effective) techniques he uses to determine the big picture to guide trading and investing decisions, including: Why the big picture is so important in trading, How technical analysis can fool traders, What are fractals and why they matter, Validating market reactions to specific levels, The Market Ladder that projects support and resistance levels, Using fractals to see the big picture and the simplest fractal pattern there is, Pivot points over multiple timeframes and market expectations around pivots, Examples of market reactions to pivot points, Is it safe to get back into the market? Fractals and pivot points on non-index markets, Dynamic pivot points vs static pivot points, Robustness in old trading ideas, And much more!
Jean Claude Guimberteau is co-founder and scientific director of the Institut Aquitain de la Main, and former President of the French Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (2011-2012) (SOFCPRE). Through his innovative use of video-endoscopy investigating the fascia matrix, Dr Guimberteau has revolutionised our understanding of living human architecture. In this episode we talk about the inspiration and motivation behind bringing his work to the public domain, the relationship between fractal chaos and efficient movement and the non-linear nature of all biological forms!! (A subject dear to my heart!!). Jean Claude also treated us to some philosophical reflections on the deep wisdom that comes when we accept the unpredictable nature of the fascial fibres within us. There is so much gold in this interview, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. https://www.endovivo.com/
Jeanne Lazzarini joins us again to discuss fractals, a way to investigate the roughness that we see in nature, as opposed to the smoothness of standard mathematics. Fractals are built of iterated patterns with zoom similarity. Examples include the Koch Snowflake, which encloses a finite area but has infinite perimeter, and the Sierpinski Triangle, which has no area at all. Fractals have fractional dimension. For example, The Sierpinski Triangle is of dimension 1.585, reflecting its position in the nether world between 1 dimension and 2. Fractals are used in art, medicine, science and technology. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-mathematics/message
Have you ever wondered what your soul is here to do? Or who you really are on a soul level? Understanding your unique soul fractals may be the missing pieces to that puzzle! Today we are discussing: what soul fractals are, how they affect you, and how working with your soul fractals can help you heal trauma, break cycles and uncover your soul purpose! Are you ready to activate your divine dark soul fractals and feel more embodied, abundant and liberated AF? Click HERE to apply for my brand new program, Goetia! Follow Kristen on Instagram & Tiktok: @the_underworld_queen
British singer and songwriter Beth Orton has found distinctive ways to blend her folky acoustic guitar-playing with the sounds of the electronic music world. But her latest record, Weather Alive, settles in a distinctly personal space where genres don't so much collide as fade away, and the basis for the album wasn't guitar, but tracks she recorded on a beat-up, questionably-tuned upright piano she bought at a street market. Orton also says that she got to collaborate with herself - as she produced the record - and with that old piano, which "really spoke to me," (Pitchfork.) Additionally, in keeping with her wide ranging musical circle (she's worked with Chemical Brothers, William Orbit, Nick Cave, Emmylou Harris, Four Tet, to drop a few names), she collaborated remotely on Weather Alive with multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismaily, the Smile drummer Tom Skinner (Sons of Kemet), and guitarist Grey McMurray, and other folks during lockdown. Beth Orton and her band play some of these tunes in-studio. Set list: "Friday Night", "Fractals", "Arms Around a Memory" Weather Alive by Beth Orton
Special note: We're running a special marathon stream on Nov 12th (a week earlier than previously announced) to raise funds to release episodes more regularly and potentially fund new projects! More info – https://www.patreon.com/posts/fundraiser-event-73693008 This episode carries content notes for falling, a doll, hospitalization, long-term medical care, discussion of chronic and critical medical conditions, and hostages. The party […]
Over the last 25 years, Parameswaran Venkataraman has been in design and innovation leadership roles across companies like IDEO, Tata Digital, Fractal.ai, Dr. Reddy's and Sapient. Over the last decade, he has been instrumental in setting up and establishing strategic design capabilities & culture in several organizations. Some of the work Param has led at Studio 5B at Dr. Reddy's is now a featured case study in IDEO U's course on Designing for ChangeParam is passionate about mindfulness and the ‘art of stillness'. At the end of each year, he publishes a toolkit for applying Mindfulness and Design Thinking principles for personal reflections on the year that went past, and to create a vision for the year ahead.We dive into how the more you progress in your career, the more inward you need to look, how coaching and therapy have helped him as a designer, how to think about career milestones, and much much more. ,
It's time for terror! This week we have Darker Projects: Madness #4, We're Alive Chapter 16- Over the Air Waves Part 3, and Dos: After You #9- Fractals! Subscribe scream today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's time for terror! This week we have Darker Projects: Madness #4, We're Alive Chapter 16- Over the Air Waves Part 3, and Dos: After You #9- Fractals! Subscribe scream today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode carries content notes for brief discussion of armed revolution and violence, discussion of food. The Dream Knights arrive at the Mirador for a fancy Dreamshine party. They cross paths with none other than tech mogul Rüstem Demir, trade banter with him and his companion, and then the party takes an unexpected turn. Fractal Spire […]
Belina Raffy, Empress and Improvisation guide, is the director of Maffick Ltd & Applied Improvisation and Thrivability thought-leader, Thrivable World Quest co-founder and global captain.She used to work in London and New York as an Executive for one of the largest global financial institutions, in 13 years, she saw many people struggle with burn-out. She studied improvisation to find out: 1) how these skills help individuals respond to the unexpected, and navigate ambiguity 2) how it can transform our organizations as a whole. She encourages people to explore what happens when we consciously align our work with how nature and people thrive. She believes that our ability to improvise gives us a choice about how to respond to life's challenges. Improvisation helps us develop our creative thinking skills in service of a happier life, and play a vital part in our response to our complex, dynamic world. It is her passion to spread these mindsets and practices and support others discover the power of improvisation.In this sparkling, thought-provoking episode, we explore the differences between stand-up and improv, and how the structures of either and both can allow us to reach past the tribal screaming of our time, to a more gentle, compassionate, connected way of reaching each other. Humour reaches the places that charts, data and stats never will - and Belina has years of experience in creating spaces where people can find what matters most to them, and share it in ways that make us laugh - and care.Belina's website https://www.maffick.com/Belina at Wisdom Together https://www.wisdomtogether.com/belina-raffy-maffick-ltd/Belina's book https://www.maffick.com/#the-bookBelina on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi1EGkh_vzgUpcoming courses1-hour online ‘Compassionate Climate Comedy' on 7 NovAnd next 7-week Sustainable Stand Up course starts 19 JanDetails at https://www.sustainablestandup.com/#coursesInga Foundation http://www.ingafoundation.org/Red Cross Disaster Risk Reduction https://climatecentre.live/courses/participate/ The Frontier Development Lab https://frontierdevelopmentlab.org/ and https://fdleurope.org/ .
This week's guest is Sankar Narayanan, Chief Practice Officer at Fractal. Fractal is a unicorn company focusing on services and solutions in various industries, including financial services. In this episode, we unpack what the post-covid world looks like from a priorities standpoint for financial services leaders. Sankar shares perspectives from across the organizations they're serving at Fractal and what he's seeing amongst leaders in the financial services industries. He also addresses questions of funding, more or less critical problems in the industry, where AI might add value, and more. Discover more AI use-cases, best practice guides, white papers, frameworks, and more - join Emerj Plus: emerj.com/p1.
Special note: We're running a special marathon stream on Nov 19th to raise funds to take the show onto a weekly release schedule! More info here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/fundraiser-event-73693008 This episode carries content notes for violence, discussion of injury and trauma, burning, long-term medical care. Ruth has a hard conversation years in the making. Vik keeps an eye […]
In this episode of the Exploring Art Podcast, we discuss the poem “This Is Just To Say” by William Carlos Williams. We bring up topics about what constitutes something as art, as well as deliberating on a hypothetical scenario revolving around the poem. Join us for a deep dive into the world of art and how art is perceived! Music used in the podcast was a royalty-free synthwave track named Fractals, here is a link to the song. https://youtu.be/YOH7WUGBTIc
Dr. Nathan (Chip) Cohen, founder and CEO of Fractal Antenna Systems, talks with Pat Hindle, Media Director at Microwave Journal, about his newest invention to detect stealth using metasurfaces along with a review of his other inventions from the invisibility cloak to antennas to reflectors for identification of objects. Here is a link to some fractal visuals and referenced figures in the podcast and a link to the cover story on Wideband Cloaking written by Chip for Microwave Journal.
In this podcast, Gerard from Fractal discusses the importance of understanding and knowing what to prioritise when it comes to marketing in the context of your business goals and time frame. Through the lens of Gerard's years of experience in SEO he emphasises the fact that businesses and founders should be validating if investing time and money early into SEO is the right path for them. He advises the importance of utilising other avenues of marketing to confirm this and to optimise your website's relevance and power before considering an SEO expert.
I had a great time talking to my good friend Kal and Peter Hiett, a pastor at The Sanctuary in Denver, Colorado. We talk about the story of creation, Adam being made in God's image, a return to the garden of Eden, and the fractal quality of the scriptures. I highly recommend checking out more of his teachings in the links below. Peter Hiett website: https://relentless-love.org/ youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/PeterHiett podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sanctuary-downtown-relentless-love/id499682116?ign-mpt=uo%3D4&mt=2church website: https://thesanctuarydenver.org/ Kaliya Rivet podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/3d4QlAnRwp51f9psDU04xh https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/universalism-against-the-world/id1537264569 Mentions: Christopher Langan, George MacDonald, Georg Hegel, David Bentley Hart, Jordan Peterson, TS Eliot, Sam Lebens, Bernardo Kastrup, Richard Rohr, Karl Barth, Luke Thompson, Jason Pratt, Julian of Norwich, and more...probably.
Comparing the Bitcoin price actions prior to the midterm elections of 2018 with those of 2022 shows a strikingly similar crypto bear market trend. Independent market analyst Aditya Siddhartha Roy thinks the BTC price will fall into the $12,000-$14,000 range if a similar breakdown occurs. He further notes that the king cryptocurrency (Bitcoin) could bottom out in November or December 2022, just like in 2018. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fractal Encrypt is a pseudonymous artist in the bitcoin space. He first became known for his stunning bitcoin full-node sculpture and has recently release a bitcoin-themed graphic novel, based on the essay 'Bitcoin Astronomy' by Dhruv Bansal, which uses exclusively AI-generated images for all its artwork. It's both a stunning example of the current state of AI technology, as well as an entertaining, educational, and compelling look into a potential future with bitcoin, and timechains like it, at the centre. In order to preserve his privacy, Fractal Encrypt kept his video off in this interview. Enjoy! -- More from Fractal: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/FractalEncrypt More from me: TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2P7PUjA YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/3aBbZxg MEDIUM: http://bit.ly/2Zk0Dex SUBSTACK: Money Messiah If you're in Canada and looking to buy bitcoin at competitive rates, with an emphasis on privacy and security, check out bullbitcoin.com. Once you buy bitcoin, taking custody of it is extremely important, if you want to maximize the benefit of this unique asset. The Coldcard hardware wallet is one of the most popular and trusted devices for doing just that. Visit them at Coinkite.com, to learn more about the great features of this wallet, and the other awesome products they have available for self-sovereign bitcoin enthusiasts. If you (or someone you know) need a little help with setting up your Coldcard / custody solution, visit bitcoinsupport.com to browse packages available for making sure you get set up securely and properly. The Bitcoin 2023 Conference is going down May 18-20 in Miami. Use the promo code 'VALLIS' for 10% off the biggest bitcoin conference in history! See you there! If you're in the US, Swan Bitcoin is a great option. Use this link to get $10 of free bitcoin! http://bit.ly/3rvxVlA
In this episode, we ask: Are dashboard lights flashing red on the economy? What makes the economy go up and down in the first place? What about money? What about saving? What happens when the banks have more funds to lend? What about the changes in interest rates? What about long term decisions? What happens...
Gerard from Fractal goes into great detail explaining the Danny Kruger effect and how this effect seeps into the marketing and business world. He outlines the importance for Founders and Business owners to be proactive and vet so-called “experts” through acknowledging their background and experience rather than trusting what is being said at face value.
Video - https://youtu.be/Zqr63cJRdMMJorge Mesa of Third Eye Edify returns to talk about Western Musical Theory--the good, the bad, and the muddy. We discuss 432hz, the musical zodiac, audio alchemy, octaves, scales, triads, chords, and the mythos of the origins of music theory. And there is way more than that, in this extra-long episode! Best of all, Jorge plays the bass in this one! Join on Rokfin or Patreon for the extended episode!https://www.patreon.com/posts/73066110https://rokfin.com/stream/23837 In the oversized Plus+ Extension, some topics include the pitch, the overtone series and fractals! We riff on modern music and the cultures around genres, frequency warfare, solfeggio, the language of notation, teaching, and musical archetypes. EPISODE LINKSThird Eye Edify - https://youtu.be/XnoQ4CJdI08Outro Music: https://youtu.be/_lcev2C9Wzchttps://www.innerversepodcast.com/season-8/jorge-mesa-music-theory TELEGRAM LINKSInnerVerse Channel - https://t.me/innerversepodcastInnerVerse Group Chat - https://t.me/innerversepodcastchat WORK WITH MESound Healing Therapy: https://www.innerversepodcast.com/sound-healingOracle Card Counseling: https://www.innerversepodcast.com/oracle-cards SUPPORT INNERVERSESpirit Whirled: July's End (Audiobook narrated by Chance) - https://tinyurl.com/2dhsarasPhi'Telas: Sine Curve of Aeons (Audiobook narrated by Chance) - https://tinyurl.com/4sedfdshInnerVerse T-Shirts, Posters & Art Store - https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/TripFlipArt/t-shirts/Buy from Clive de Carle with this link to support InnerVerse with your purchase - https://clivedecarle.ositracker.com/197164/11489The Aquacure AC50 (Use "innerverse" as a coupon code for a 15% discount) - https://eagle-research.com/product/ac5 InnerVerse intro theme by Conspiracy Music Guru - https://www.conspiracymusicguru.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, we ask: What is the average retirement age for many Americans now? Are people retiring later? What is the average income and average net worth of these Americans? How much? What or who is the wizard behind the curtain? Thanks to Tom Woods and the many historians and economists I cite in...
Intro: One More Night – Can 1. Rip It Up – Little Richard & his Band (2:21) 2. Totally Wired (live NYC, 1981) – The Fall (4:08) 3. Big Gold Dream – Fire Engines (3:39) 4. Cubaili Ba – Electric Jalaba (3:49) 5. Triennale – C. Joynes & the Furlong Bray (3:30) 6. Miri it is while Sumer ilast – St George's Canzona, Anon. (2:30) 7. Toumbeliki Toumbeliki – K. Kostis (4.15) 8. Grey Cat on the Tennessee Farm – Highwoods Stringband (3:41) 9. Punto D'Organo – Luigi Lai (8:22) 10. Straight Life – Freddie Hubbard (17:27) 11. Kutchie Dub – Niney the Observer (3:19) 12. Odin's Eye – Jan Allan (4:18) 13. Dreaming of Glenisla – Talisker (4:52) 14. Miroloi – Ross Daly (7:55) 15. Vernal Equinox – Jon Hassell (22:03) 16. Outdoor Museum of Fractals (excerpt) – James Holden & Camilo Tirado Outro: Pogles Walk – Vernon Elliott Ensemble
This episode carries content notes for severe injuries, repetition of trauma, time travel, reference to a sex act, inanimate object transformation, tentacles, earthquakes, and surreal dream imagery Cat shows off some impressive driving skills. Ruth gets back in the game. The dream knights continue dealing with Janet/Siobhan. Fractal Spire is a joint production with Greg's […]
On her first album in six years, “Weather Alive,” English singer/songwriter Beth Orton takes the reins to self-produce and record in her home studio in London. “Fractals” features jazz poet Alabaster dePlume on sax, The Smile drummer Tom Skinner, and multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismally. “Through the writing of these songs and the making of this music, I found my way back to the world around me,” Orton says. “A way to reach nature and the people I love and care about.”
In Acts 3, Peter miraculously heals a man who had been lame for over forty years. When reading stories like this, it's tempting to fixate on the miracle, which can cause us to miss the larger point of story. This week we'll see how this story about a miracle points us to something much bigger.
In this episode of the 5-minute podcasts, Gerard from Fractal explains the challenges when facing social media and trying to stand out from the crowd. Through examples and experience working with start-up companies. Gerard describes the importance of audience engagement and listening to customers, rather than being one of the many businesses who are the loudest with little to no interaction.
In this episode, Amy, Rebecca and I are joined by our fourth host, Kimberly. We talk about Walmart's entry to the metaverse and a headset display that will let you see other people's emotions. Don't worry...we also give an update on our dragons.
This episode carries content notes for catatonia, repetition of trauma, discussion of gross food, food service work, vomiting, car crash, severe injuries, blood, reference to a sex act Cat, Nina, and Vik head into the dream to try to rescue Siobhan's psyche. They trade work stories on a long walk at night and then discover […]
Peter Matthew Bauer made his name as a member of The Walkmen, whose nervy, guitar-driven rock lives in the DNA of Bauer's new album, Flowers. Beth Orton has an even longer recorded legacy that stretches back to her 1996 debut, Trailer Park. Orton's new record, Weather Alive, finds the singer taking control of her own sound — and driving it in new, warmly organic directions. We've also got a new album by Vieux Farka Touré and Khruangbin, who collaborate on interpretations of work by Touré's legendary late father, Ali Farka Touré. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw headlines another album-length collaboration, this one with the versatile strings of Attacca Quartet. And, speaking of versatility, jazz drummer Makaya McCraven rounds out this week's lineup with the help of a small army of players; his new album is titled In These Times. Featured Albums: 1. Peter Matthew Bauer — Flowers Featured Songs: "Chiyoda, Arkansas, Manila," "Flowers" 2. Beth Orton — Weather Alive Featured Songs: "Lonely," "Fractals" 3. Vieux Farka Touré & Khruangbin — Ali Featured Songs: "Mahine Me," "Savanne" 4. Caroline Shaw & Attacca Quartet — Evergreen Featured Songs: "Other Song," "The Evergreen Stem" 5. Makaya McCraven — In These Times Featured Songs: "Dream Another," "The Title" Lightning Round: The Comet Is Coming — Hyper-Dimensional Expansion Beam Young RJ — World Tour Angelica Sanchez Trio — Sparkle Beings Alex G — God Save the Animals Nils Frahm — Music for Animals
Welcome to another episode of Merkaba Chakras. I'm your host, Von Galt. Today, learn how to one doctor's pursuit into wellness and metaphysics lead her to research the healing energies in the Egyptian pyramids, crystals, sound healing frequencies, and even her own near-death experience lead to creating energy healing technology called, Trinfinity 8. She documents her journey in her book, “Fractals of God”. Doctor Kathi Forti, welcome to Merkaba Chakras! For more information on where to locate a Trinfinity 8 practitioner in your areas and to learn about Doctor Kathy Forti's offerings, please visit her website: https://trinfinity8.com/ https://ascension11.com/ http://stackslibraryoftruth.com/ To learn more about Von Galt's metaphysical work: https://merkabachakras.com/ Theme music, "Promised Land" copyrighted by the composer, Olive Musique, and authorized by https://www.premiumbeat.com/ #DrKathyJForti, #atlantis , #energyhealing , #egyptianenergyhealing , #ascension, #trinfinity8 , #ascension11 , #transcendentalmeditation, #5thdimension , #consciousness , #crystalhealing , #starseeds , #tulkuchildren, #reincarnation, #newearth , #lemuriaatlantistechnology , #spiritualawakening, #channeling , #3rddimension, #frequencies , #Buddhism, #psychologyconsultant , #pyramidportals , #aliens , #aliensouls, #angelsouls --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/merkabachakras/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/merkabachakras/support
In this podcast, Gerard from Fractal talks about the importance of properly positioning your company in a way that delivers a concise and direct message towards your customers. He discusses the fluffy style of marketing that has seen recent uptake which in turn has now left customers confused. Leaving them to try to sift through vast amounts of information to piece together what companies actually do. Through clear examples and anecdotal story telling Gerard explains the way to address this problem and encourages that companies be clear with their messaging.
This episode carries content notes for magical disassociation, trauma, chest wound, brief reference to alcohol and torture, divination, and a omen of death. Ruthless and Vik deal with the unexpected reunion and revelation. Vik does some investigation into the officer harassing the owners of Monsieur & Roses. The group assesses Janet/Siobhan's condition and gets rolling […]
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In this episode, we get to know Dylalien, a San Francisco based artist who writes West Psy, a style of dance music born out of the Goa Gil parties in Northern California. As a founding member of the Fractal Cowboys, with his musical partner, Quasar, the two have played around the world on 5 continents and at some of the largest festivals in Europe. Dylalien shares the Fractal Cowboys song "Backdoor Dinosaur," the first West Psy release put out with his musical partner of many years, Quasar. They also listen to and discuss his latest solo creations, "Clocktower" and "Waken and Baken", recently signed with Dome Of Doom Records. He and Greg discuss the hallmarks of this emerging genre as an evolution of Trance music and its influences from traditional Psy Trance and west coast Bass music, as well as Dylalien's personal inspiration from artists like Negativland and from creating "psychedelic propaganda" sound collage art before being introduced to Psy Trance at Burning Man. Dylalien talks about his experience putting on events, from his first time meeting Goa Gil at Burning Man and now touring the world and performing in front of 10,000 plus crowds in South America and Israel. The discussion focuses on the importance of evolving a genre and how that happens and the emerging regional differences in the popularity of Psy Trance, West Psy, and other genres around the world. Dylalien has recently joined the LA-based Record Label Dome of Doom, and is excited about the opportunity to grow a larger audience here at home in California! Check out Dylalien Here: https://linktr.ee/dylalien Check out Dome of Doom Records here: https://www.domeofdoom.org/ Listen to The tracks from the episode: https://open.spotify.com/track/3z6SPG1L6ecmaBz5SUnMhG?si=d3f930b0e4c345a3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“The best marketing tricks you need to know before you start marketing”. In this short 5-minute podcast. Gerard from Fractal discusses the power of Information Gap Theory and how you can best implement this marketing practice into your own copy writing and marketing. From good examples to bad, Gerard goes into depth dissecting Information Gap Theory providing some blueprints on how you could start writing them today.
Just like all thumbs are fingers but, not all fingers are thumbs. All advertising is marketing but, not all marketing is advertising. In this short 5-minute podcast, Gerard from Fractal dissects the crucial details between properly defining what is advertising and what is marketing. Gerard delves into the importance of marketing and not pigeon holing it as just advertising but, a whole range of business practices stemming from branding, messaging, positioning and many more. Gerard tackles the often-common misconceptions perceived by consumers and business owners in order to showcase the pivotal role that marketing plays for each and every business.
The Cincy Brews Traveler & Quick Trip made the trek to Fractal Brewing Project in early June to join them for the kick-off party for their partnership w/ "Vets & Brews"! Upon arriving, they got right into some beer sharing & broke out the podcast equipment & were incredibly lucky to be joined by local Guest Brews Travelers "The Smokey Southerner" & "The Wobbly Goblin".They also sat down w/ the co-owner & head brewer (& the man who made this partnership AND trip happen) Brad "Robo" Robison to talk about his brews, the Huntsville scene, & anything we could think to talk about. It was an amazing trip. Fractal Brewing project was a beautiful brewery, The people they met were awesome & ridiculously friendly, the hospitality was 2nd to none, the city was cool as hell, & the overall experience was one they will never forget.Theme Music: "Shiny Objects" by Highly Likely The Cincy Brews Traveler's Brews: Cantor – Hefeweizen – (5.4%) - 4.5 Guava Mango - Sour - Fruited - (5.1%) – 4.5 Invariant - Amber Ale – (5.3%) - 4.25Quick Trip's Brews: Cantor – Hefeweizen – (5.4%) - 4.5 Danny's Milk Stout - Milk Stout - (5.5%) – ?? Cherry Limeade - Imperial Sour– (7%) - ?? Root Beer - Root Beer - (0.0%) – ??The Smokey Southerner's Brews: The Wobbly Goblin's Brews: Baltic Porter – (9.3%) - 5.0 Belgian Strong Dark Ale - (9.5%) – 4.5 Barleywine – (4.8%) - 5.0Robo's Brews: Valor – Imperial/Double Black IPA (10.5%) - ?? Time Taker - German Pilsner - (4.7%) – ?? Fractoberfest - Marzen - (5.8%) – ??
On today's episode, we welcome back Steven Goldfeder and Harry Kalodner for their second appearance on Bankless. Both times for huge Arbitrum launches! Today, Abritrum is launching Arbitrum Nitro, a 7x improvement to Ethereum's capacity. Hear all about it, Abritrum's potential forthcoming token(?!), Abritrum Oddessey, and of course, so much more. ------ Chainlink | Register for SmartCon 2022 with promo code “BANKLESS” https://bankless.cc/smartcon ------ SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER: https://newsletter.banklesshq.com/ ️ SUBSCRIBE TO PODCAST: http://podcast.banklesshq.com/ ------ BANKLESS SPONSOR TOOLS: LENS | ACCESS CODE: MINTME https://bankless.cc/Lens ROCKET POOL | ETH STAKING https://bankless.cc/RocketPool ️ ARBITRUM | SCALING ETHEREUM https://bankless.cc/Arbitrum BRAVE | THE BROWSER NATIVE WALLET https://bankless.cc/Brave JUNO | BRIDGE FIAT TO LAYER 2 https://bankless.cc/Juno ️ ZKSYNC | THE LAYER 2 SCALING ENDGAME https://bankless.cc/zkSync ----- Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 6:55 Abritrum Nitro Launch Day 10:40 Reflecting on Arbitrum's Last Year 14:57 Abritrum's Rollup 16:57 The Arbitrum Odyssey 26:55 The Secret Sauce Behind Nitro 30:39 Any Trade-Offs Made? 32:18 Scale Restraints 37:38 What's Next? 47:28 Arbitrum Nova 52:53 Fractals 54:55 What Reddit is Building on Arbitrum Nova 1:01:23 zkRollups 1:04:17 The Abritrum App Layer 1:07:11 Abritrum's Hypothetical Ticker 1:09:38 Other Tech Checkboxes 1:11:34 Closing & Disclaimers ----- Resources: Harry Koladner https://twitter.com/hkalodner Steven Goldfeder https://twitter.com/sgoldfed Steven & Harry's First Appearance on Bankless https://youtu.be/W33LtejihY8 ----- Not financial or tax advice. This channel is strictly educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or to make any financial decisions. This video is not tax advice. Talk to your accountant. Do your own research. Disclosure. From time-to-time I may add links in this newsletter to products I use. I may receive commission if you make a purchase through one of these links. Additionally, the Bankless writers hold crypto assets. See our investment disclosures here: https://newsletter.banklesshq.com/p/bankless-disclosures
On the Overthinking It Podcast, we tackle How We Summer Now. Episode 739: Relaxation is Linear. Crankiness is Fractal. originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]