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Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast
Episode 108 - Nerfs, Buffs & Evenlock (feat. therottedzombie)

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 103:38


Welcome to Episode 108 of BORN TO BE WILD, a Wild exclusive Hearthstone podcast where we have fun hanging out with friends, talking about the Wild format of Hearthstone and spotlighting members of the Wild Community! This week Nate & Hydra are joined by a very special guest... 11x Wild Legend, Warlock expert, member of Amber Flight Gaming and writer for the Tempo Storm Wild Meta Snapshot... it's therottedzombie!!! We discuss the recent nerfs and buffs and how they'll impact the Wild Meta and do a deep dive into Even Warlock! Check out our complete show notes on Google Docs, Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OvSPPUA6exEedCMThSjIRYrQ-KT_r1-RnqqUO8Guy6w/edit?usp=sharing Find us online at https://www.borntobewildhs.com/

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast

Welcome to Episode 107 of BORN TO BE WILD, a Wild exclusive Hearthstone podcast where we have fun hanging out with friends, talking about the Wild format of Hearthstone and spotlighting members of the Wild Community! This week Nate, Hydra & Sheep have a casual evening of fun Hearthstone conversation, chatting about all the new features and events just added to the game! Check out our complete show notes on Google Docs, Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/127sa5nMSSixS5Jds4jikHJlOOdefyuXwxrZyTl03Uvk/edit?usp=sharing Find us online at https://www.borntobewildhs.com/

All About Android (MP3)
AAA 578: Google IO 2022 Recap - Pixel 7, Pixel Tablet, Compose for Wear OS, Google Wallet, Predictive Back Gesture

All About Android (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 113:54


What was it like to be Shoreline for Google IO this year? Android 13 Beta 2 released during IO! Here's everything new in Android 13 Beta 2. Migrate an app that uses unsupported back navigation APIs to platform APIs. Android Auto is Getting a Much-Needed Makeover. Google TV is Getting a Neat Picture-in-Picture Mode. Google Adopts 10-Step Skin Tone Scale to Teach Diversity to Its AI. Google unveils new Results About You page, ecosystem-wide Google Account Safety Status. Google Pixel 6a Coming This Summer, 7/7 Pro Likely to Follow This Fall. Google unveils the Pixel Buds Pro with a custom audio chip, future Spatial Audio, and ANC. Google's Pixel Watch is Real, and It's Coming Later This Year. The Google Pixel Watch needs a good chip, but which? Google gives us our first glimpse of the Pixel 7. The Pixel Tablet is coming in 2023. Google Glass's successor teased at I/O. Google Search's futuristic new tools will be able to identify and filter products in the real world. Google Translate adds 24 new languages, including its first indigenous languages of the Americas. Google is updating and optimizing over 20 of its Android apps for tablets. @RonAmadeo: Google's "20+ tablet apps" graphic contains 18 screenshots. It's basically the entire future tablet app lineup. Google Wallet wants to replace your physical wallet (and the old Google Pay app). Google Chrome is getting built-in virtual credit cards. Google Messages will get end-to-end encryption for RCS group chats 'later this year' in beta. RCS has over 500 million active users as Google digs at Apple yet again for ignoring the standard. Google Maps bringing a new 'immersive view' of select cities, Live View's AR for other apps. TL;DR? Google Docs to Include Auto-Generated Summaries. Google is Beta Testing its AI Future. Google I/O 2022: What's new in Android Development Tools. Everything new for developers at Google I/O: Android Studio, Jetpack Compose, and more. Announcing Compose for Wear OS Beta! Android Studio Electric Eel Canary brings Live Edit to the Compose Preview. Live Edit. Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3Pv5O2i Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, Huyen Tue Dao, and Florence Ion Guest: Michael Wolfson Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: drinktrade.com/aaa

All About Android (Video HI)
AAA 578: Google IO 2022 Recap - Pixel 7, Pixel Tablet, Compose for Wear OS, Google Wallet, Predictive Back Gesture

All About Android (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 114:26


What was it like to be Shoreline for Google IO this year? Android 13 Beta 2 released during IO! Here's everything new in Android 13 Beta 2. Migrate an app that uses unsupported back navigation APIs to platform APIs. Android Auto is Getting a Much-Needed Makeover. Google TV is Getting a Neat Picture-in-Picture Mode. Google Adopts 10-Step Skin Tone Scale to Teach Diversity to Its AI. Google unveils new Results About You page, ecosystem-wide Google Account Safety Status. Google Pixel 6a Coming This Summer, 7/7 Pro Likely to Follow This Fall. Google unveils the Pixel Buds Pro with a custom audio chip, future Spatial Audio, and ANC. Google's Pixel Watch is Real, and It's Coming Later This Year. The Google Pixel Watch needs a good chip, but which? Google gives us our first glimpse of the Pixel 7. The Pixel Tablet is coming in 2023. Google Glass's successor teased at I/O. Google Search's futuristic new tools will be able to identify and filter products in the real world. Google Translate adds 24 new languages, including its first indigenous languages of the Americas. Google is updating and optimizing over 20 of its Android apps for tablets. @RonAmadeo: Google's "20+ tablet apps" graphic contains 18 screenshots. It's basically the entire future tablet app lineup. Google Wallet wants to replace your physical wallet (and the old Google Pay app). Google Chrome is getting built-in virtual credit cards. Google Messages will get end-to-end encryption for RCS group chats 'later this year' in beta. RCS has over 500 million active users as Google digs at Apple yet again for ignoring the standard. Google Maps bringing a new 'immersive view' of select cities, Live View's AR for other apps. TL;DR? Google Docs to Include Auto-Generated Summaries. Google is Beta Testing its AI Future. Google I/O 2022: What's new in Android Development Tools. Everything new for developers at Google I/O: Android Studio, Jetpack Compose, and more. Announcing Compose for Wear OS Beta! Android Studio Electric Eel Canary brings Live Edit to the Compose Preview. Live Edit. Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3Pv5O2i Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, Huyen Tue Dao, and Florence Ion Guest: Michael Wolfson Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: drinktrade.com/aaa

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
All About Android 578: Google IO 2022 Recap

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 113:54


What was it like to be Shoreline for Google IO this year? Android 13 Beta 2 released during IO! Here's everything new in Android 13 Beta 2. Migrate an app that uses unsupported back navigation APIs to platform APIs. Android Auto is Getting a Much-Needed Makeover. Google TV is Getting a Neat Picture-in-Picture Mode. Google Adopts 10-Step Skin Tone Scale to Teach Diversity to Its AI. Google unveils new Results About You page, ecosystem-wide Google Account Safety Status. Google Pixel 6a Coming This Summer, 7/7 Pro Likely to Follow This Fall. Google unveils the Pixel Buds Pro with a custom audio chip, future Spatial Audio, and ANC. Google's Pixel Watch is Real, and It's Coming Later This Year. The Google Pixel Watch needs a good chip, but which? Google gives us our first glimpse of the Pixel 7. The Pixel Tablet is coming in 2023. Google Glass's successor teased at I/O. Google Search's futuristic new tools will be able to identify and filter products in the real world. Google Translate adds 24 new languages, including its first indigenous languages of the Americas. Google is updating and optimizing over 20 of its Android apps for tablets. @RonAmadeo: Google's "20+ tablet apps" graphic contains 18 screenshots. It's basically the entire future tablet app lineup. Google Wallet wants to replace your physical wallet (and the old Google Pay app). Google Chrome is getting built-in virtual credit cards. Google Messages will get end-to-end encryption for RCS group chats 'later this year' in beta. RCS has over 500 million active users as Google digs at Apple yet again for ignoring the standard. Google Maps bringing a new 'immersive view' of select cities, Live View's AR for other apps. TL;DR? Google Docs to Include Auto-Generated Summaries. Google is Beta Testing its AI Future. Google I/O 2022: What's new in Android Development Tools. Everything new for developers at Google I/O: Android Studio, Jetpack Compose, and more. Announcing Compose for Wear OS Beta! Android Studio Electric Eel Canary brings Live Edit to the Compose Preview. Live Edit. Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3Pv5O2i Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, Huyen Tue Dao, and Florence Ion Guest: Michael Wolfson Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: drinktrade.com/aaa

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
All About Android 578: Google IO 2022 Recap

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 114:26


What was it like to be Shoreline for Google IO this year? Android 13 Beta 2 released during IO! Here's everything new in Android 13 Beta 2. Migrate an app that uses unsupported back navigation APIs to platform APIs. Android Auto is Getting a Much-Needed Makeover. Google TV is Getting a Neat Picture-in-Picture Mode. Google Adopts 10-Step Skin Tone Scale to Teach Diversity to Its AI. Google unveils new Results About You page, ecosystem-wide Google Account Safety Status. Google Pixel 6a Coming This Summer, 7/7 Pro Likely to Follow This Fall. Google unveils the Pixel Buds Pro with a custom audio chip, future Spatial Audio, and ANC. Google's Pixel Watch is Real, and It's Coming Later This Year. The Google Pixel Watch needs a good chip, but which? Google gives us our first glimpse of the Pixel 7. The Pixel Tablet is coming in 2023. Google Glass's successor teased at I/O. Google Search's futuristic new tools will be able to identify and filter products in the real world. Google Translate adds 24 new languages, including its first indigenous languages of the Americas. Google is updating and optimizing over 20 of its Android apps for tablets. @RonAmadeo: Google's "20+ tablet apps" graphic contains 18 screenshots. It's basically the entire future tablet app lineup. Google Wallet wants to replace your physical wallet (and the old Google Pay app). Google Chrome is getting built-in virtual credit cards. Google Messages will get end-to-end encryption for RCS group chats 'later this year' in beta. RCS has over 500 million active users as Google digs at Apple yet again for ignoring the standard. Google Maps bringing a new 'immersive view' of select cities, Live View's AR for other apps. TL;DR? Google Docs to Include Auto-Generated Summaries. Google is Beta Testing its AI Future. Google I/O 2022: What's new in Android Development Tools. Everything new for developers at Google I/O: Android Studio, Jetpack Compose, and more. Announcing Compose for Wear OS Beta! Android Studio Electric Eel Canary brings Live Edit to the Compose Preview. Live Edit. Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3Pv5O2i Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, Huyen Tue Dao, and Florence Ion Guest: Michael Wolfson Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsor: drinktrade.com/aaa

BOPCAST
Chaz & Natalia Hazlitt - The Celebrity Barber on Co-Authoring a Best-Selling Children's Book with his Daughter

BOPCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 92:59


Chaz 'ceehaz' Hazlitt is a celebrity barber, former hip-hop music manager, and co-owner of the infamous Stache Barber Shop in Union, New Jersey. Chaz and his daughter, Natalia co-authored, "Charlie's first Haircut" together - a children's book detailing the ins and out of getting your first haircut as a kid through the lens of Natalia's brother, and Chaz's son, Charlie. The two had no idea they'd reach the best-seller status on Amazon when they began the project on Google Docs as a way to have fun during the shutdown. We have to thank AK40DEVIN for introducing me to Chaz as well as his cousin, Ariel, the first barber I've ever had on the show. Purchase, "https://www.amazon.com/Charlies-First-Haircut-Chaz-Hazlitt/dp/B09TMYPN7D (Charlie's First Haircut.)" Follow https://www.instagram.com/ceehazthebarber/ (Chaz) Follow their https://www.instagram.com/charliesfirsthaircut/ (IG Page) Book a Cut at https://www.stachebarbers.com/ (Stache Barbers) Thank you for helping us become a top 10% podcast in the world! Previous Guests Include https://open.spotify.com/episode/4GLGc7gqDDDZdRqj4qlmwT?si=3306a470764646d5 (Rob Dyrdek), https://open.spotify.com/episode/2h9bHhMmQmL8WSSYDcj2mf?si=2a61889cb6244fe4 (Samad Savage), https://open.spotify.com/episode/2hudFx2Bh0no9aOpNVAfhL?si=b7f7c14b327f434b (Travis Chappell), https://open.spotify.com/episode/7r7aODbOtia2BjhG5GRcHh?si=ae47b9a90c21405d (Austin Belcak), https://open.spotify.com/episode/2ceJNa3MAyZlk8Lw3rsW1Q?si=e901236209e948f5 (Young Benny), https://open.spotify.com/episode/0qZVBnOGSUcAmt4EFphNcR?si=38763a2013084f6a (Adam Miller), https://open.spotify.com/episode/6lPiZinAXh3yDdSnLShDiA?si=74dc6a03560b4de9 (The Real Johnny Bravo), and more. Please Join Our Email List for Special Offers, Q+A's, Live Podcasts, and More - To Join, https://www.sullybop.com/ (Scroll to the Bottom of This Page) Links Below: _ Watch the Video Version on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5yW2ZNS4Iq7ff_EeKe3HkQ (YouTube) @sullybop on Instagram Search 'BOPCAST' on any platform! (Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube) Visit https://www.sullybop.com/ (SullyBop.com) for more information. Big shouts to the folks who make this possible: Video - https://www.instagram.com/ferrarib98/ (@ferrarib98) Logo - https://www.instagram.com/ryannkelly20/ (@ryannkelly20) Producer - https://www.instagram.com/minishep13/ (@minishep13) Theme Song - https://www.instagram.com/jello.wav/ (@jello.wav)

Everything is Fine
"They Are Trying to Exhaust Us"

Everything is Fine

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 59:52


Instead of stewing in our collective outrage (and fury!) over the recently-leaked Supreme Court decision regarding Roe v Wade, now seems like a good time to talk about action. Our guests today — Rebecca Hart Holder and Jen Bluestein — have spent much of their careers fighting for abortion rights and reproductive equity. Rebecca is the executive director of Reproductive Equity Now and Jen is the former managing director of NARAL Prochoice America and the current senior director of policy and advocacy at the Schusterman family philanthropies. In today's episode, the two explain in simple, straightforward terms where we are with abortion rights now and the best ways to channel our righteous pro-choice rage in order to actually make a difference.Show notes for this episode/resources for protecting and expanding abortion access nationwide:National Network of Abortion FundsReproductive Equity NowIndivisible To find and support local clinics:Abortion Care Network**some listeners found this Google Doc useful as well: How to Show up For Abortion Access See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Хоба!
74. Let me solo her • Коля посмотрел много сериалов и Бэтмена, переживает за музыкальные альбомы и не может купить велосипед • Автоконспекты в гуг

Хоба!

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 35:08


Темы выпуска:— Коля сегодня один, такие дела, личный опыт повспоминаю.— Let me solo herhttps://dtf.ru/games/1162827-kak-igrok-v-elden-ring-s-personazhem-v-trusah-i-s-kuvshinom-na-golove-reshil-pomogat-drugim-ubivat-maleniyu— Коля посмотрел много сериалов и Бэтмена— В Google Docs и чате появится автоконспектированиеhttps://www.engadget.com/google-docs-automatic-summarization-chat-172231959.html— Взлом недели: на Forbes вышла большая статья про историю с Rutubehttps://www.forbes.ru/tekhnologii/465207-servis-poprostu-udalilsa-kak-vzlomali-rutube-i-cto-budet-s-videohostingom-dal-se— Вдогонку: стейблкойн Luna упал ниже плинтусаТвиттер превратил политику конфиденциальности в игруhttps://www.engadget.com/twitter-privacy-game-161550729.html— С производства сняли последний Айподhttps://vc.ru/tech/419059-apple-snyala-s-proizvodstva-ipod-touch-poslednyuyu-model-v-svoey-lineyke-mediaproigryvateley— И вот прямо сейчас идет (или вот только закончилась) конференция Google I/Ohttps://www.theverge.com/2022/5/11/23066583/google-io-2022-biggest-announcements-pixel-watch-6a-buds-tablet***Бустиhttps://boosty.to/hoba/Телеграм-каналhttps://t.me/hoba_channelБот для ваших сообщенийhttps://t.me/hobacast_botПочтаhobacast@gmail.comГруппа ВКhttps://vk.com/hobacast***Участники выпуска— Николай Землянский, https://t.me/shmedia_and_stuff❤️Спасибо нашим патронам!— Ваня— Никита Баранов— Alexander D— Артем Родионов— el_en— Whisper— yuraautsayder— Karhorot— Konstantin Ulyanov— Котов Денис— Sailor Moon— Тот самый хобитатель, меняющий имя— Anton Pimnev— Kujibki— Aleksandr Kudinov— Парик мытой головы— Marianna Kozhevnikova— Alexander Lyan— Antonina Lyubenkova— Dima Girya— unclesocky— Борóвский Богдан— Firdavs Murodov— Vlad Sazonov— Nadiia Maltseva— Evgeny Zvyagin❤️Отдельное спасибо!Аидеза обложки к видео на Ютубеhttps://www.instagram.com/aida_muba/Роме Волковуза дизайн обложки подкастаhttps://instagram.com/romabreauxДенису Малинуза бота, который автоматизирует постинг выпуска в наш телеграмhttps://github.com/skar404/hoba-hoba

Down Cellar Studio Podcast
Episode 232: Tiny Turtles & Splash Pad Prep

Down Cellar Studio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 42:53


Thank you for tuning in to Episode 232 of the Down Cellar Studio Podcast. Full show notes with photos can be found on my website. This week's segments included: Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Brainstorming From the Armchair Knitting in Passing KAL News Events On a Happy Note Quote of the Week Thank you to this episode's sponsors: Sunsoaked Yarns & Fibernymph Dye Works Note- there will be only one episode in May 2022. Talk to you again in June (or join us May 30th for our Splash Pad Virtual Kick Off) Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Mom's Zen Socks  Pattern: OMG Heel by Megan Williams ($5 Knitting Pattern available on Ravelry) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Yarn: Knit Picks Felici in the Zen Colorway Ravelry Project Page 2 Tiny Turtles Pattern: Little Miss Turtle by Diana Moore (free crochet pattern available on Ravelry & on the PinkMouseBoutique website) Yarn: Legacy Fiber Artz Minis in various greens Hook: B 2.25 m  Ravelry Project Page for Turtle 1 Ravelry Project Page for Turtle 2 On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Spinning: Wool of the Andes Unspun Roving. Colorway: Delft Heather (100 grams) 100% Peruvian Highland Wool & Malabrigo Nube. 113 grames Combed Top 100% Merino Wool in Colorway 809 Solis.  Planning to ply these together with Rhapsody Fiber Arts- 2oz 50% Angora/50% merino no colorway- lighter blues. Scrappy Hexagon Blanket Pattern: Basic Crochet Hexagon Pattern & Tips from Make Do and Crew Website & YouTube Tutorial Hook: F (3.75 mm) Yarn: Knit Picks Hawthorne Marl Sock Lab in the Grey White Marl Colorway + fingering weight scraps Ravelry Project Page 3 rounds with yarn held double  75 hexagons completed to date Double Dog Dare Socks Pattern: OMG Heel by Megan Williams ($5 Knitting Pattern available on Ravelry) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Yarn: Knit Picks Felici in the Double Dog Dare Colorway Ravelry Project Page Pumpkin Patch Socks Pattern: OMG Heel by Megan Williams ($5 Knitting Pattern available on Ravelry) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Yarn: Hypnotic Yarn Plush Sock in the Pumpkin Patch colorway (October Yarnable Subscription Box Colorway). Click here for my YouTube Unboxing Video. Curious about Yarnable? Consider checking out my Yarnable Subscription Box Affiliate Link. Use Coupon Code BOSTONJEN for $5 off your first box. 2 recent Unboxing Videos- check out April & May on YouTube. Brainstorming Shawl idea forming. Maybe a new design? Maybe a disaster? Time will tell. From the Armchair The Invisible Kingdom: Reemerging Chronic Illness by Meghan O'Rourke. Bookshop Affiliate Link. Amazon Affiliate Link. One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid (narrated by Julia Whelan) Bookshop Affiliate Link. Amazon Affiliate Link. Note: Some links are listed as Amazon Affiliate Links. If you click those, please know that I am an Amazon Associate and I earn money from qualifying purchases. Knitting in Passing My cousin Gayle gave me an antique darning egg that was her great grandmother's.  It appears to be a vintage white milk glass hand blown darning egg- similar to this one listed on eBay Mom got us matching pink socks with sheep on them for upcoming Wool Festivals! KAL News Link to the 2022 Splash Pad Party Rules.docx Participant Sign Up- Google Form Check out our amazing Sponsors! Click here for the Google doc with their websites and Instagram profiles. Check out the list of available Coupons from our amazing sponsors: Ravelry link Check out the Splash Pad Exclusive Items here Enter your FOs using this Splash Pad Summer Celebration Form to be eligible for prizes (not a Ravelry link). View all the Entries and the Leaderboard here -> Splash Pad Party Player Stats Need help with an entry submission? -> Splash Pad Support Request Form Questions- check out this Ravelry Thread or email Jen. Join our Virtual Kick Off Events Monday May 30th. Click here for a Google Doc with the full schedule. Events Stash Dash (Hosted by The Knit Girllls) will be hosted on Discord again and will be from May 27th-end of August. Discord link: knit girllls discord On a Happy Note Scituate Salt Cave I enjoyed the quiet time & guided meditation. I'm not sure I believe in the benefits of the salt and am especially skeptical that the website sites Dr. Oz as their source. Check out the Maintenance Phase Podcast to hear some behind the scenes details you may not know about Dr. Oz  Morgen's First Communion and A's birthday dinner.  I saw a local production of Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with my cousins, my grandmother & my great aunt Florence as part of her 94th birthday celebration. She's always wanted red leather pants. Her daughter Joanie bought them for her and she rocked them! Savers trip with Mom! Always fun (and funny) My cousin Bella's performance as Fiona in Shrek the Musical Our friend Liz's surprise 30th Birthday- Star Wars Themed Party. The decorations were on point! We have a new nephew- Zachary! Mother's Day at Mom's. My mom, Diane Lassonde, was on Episode 190 of the eBay for Business Podcast. Check it out! Quote of the Week Life will hit you hard in the face, wait for you to get back up just so it can kick you in the stomach. But getting the wind knocked out of you is the only way to remind your lungs how much they like the taste of air.– Sarah Kay Thank you for tuning in! Contact Information: Check out the Down Cellar Studio Patreon! Ravelry: BostonJen & Down Cellar Studio Podcast Ravelry Group Instagram: BostonJen1 YouTube: Down Cellar Studio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/downcellarstudio Sign up for my email newsletter to get the latest on everything happening in the Down Cellar Studio Check out my Down Cellar Studio YouTube Channel Knit Picks Affiliate Link Bookshop Affiliate Link Yarnable Subscription Box Affiliate Link Music -“Soft Orange Glow” by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ Note: Some links are listed as Amazon Affiliate Links. If you click those, please know that I am an Amazon Associate and I earn money from qualifying purchases.

The Choir Director Corner Podcast
065. Should You Limit How Many Singers Are In Your Choir?

The Choir Director Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 28:57


I saw a post on social media recently that prompted this question: "Should You Limit How Many Singers Are In Your Choir? In today's episode I give my two cents on this issue: situations where this could be a beneficial thing to do, as well as reasons why this might not be a practice that is in the best interest of your singers.If you want to dive deeper into topics just like this one, then you should really check out the Choir Director Corner Community Membership!  Inside the membership there are Online Courses, a Resource Library with over 50 PDF's and Google Docs, and Monthly Collaboration Calls where you can ask questions and get feedback on how to tackle your biggest teaching challenges.  And, when you join the membership, you'll also get a FREE copy of my PDF, "The Big Guide to Rehearsal Techniques", which has 75 different choral rehearsal techniques inside sure to add some spice to your choir rehearsals!Leading a choir doesn't have to be a DIY endeavor--it's better when it's done with others!  Come join an awesome online community of choir directors just like you over at:choirdirectorcorner.com/membershipSee you in the Community!

Android Police Podcast
I/O: Cylon Seven

Android Police Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 56:52


Google I/O is always brimming full of nerdy tidbits, but the closest the general enthusiast class gets to learning all about the best of what's going on at the company is with the main keynote. We'll be getting to some of the grittier stuff next week, but this week, the Android Police podcast is covering just some of the shiny objects from the show. 3:59 | Let's talk about the non-Android, non-hardware stuff first. I know, I know. This is why we have timecodes. https://www.androidpolice.com/google-search-local-multisearch-scene-exploration/ (Google Search's recently introduced multisearch feature is about to get way more useful) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-my-ad-center/ (Google will give you more choice over the ads you see with My Ad Center) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-assistant-look-and-talk-nest-hub-max/ (You can now Look and Talk to Google Assistant on your Nest Hub Max) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-announces-ai-powered-document-summaries-in-google-docs/ (Google announces AI-powered document summaries in Google Docs) 17:13 | A few developments in and around Android... https://www.androidpolice.com/android-13-beta-2/ (Android 13 Beta 2 launches today for Pixels and select third-party devices) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-activated-one-billion-new-android-devices/ (Google activated over one billion new Android devices last year) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-updating-20-apps-tablets/ (More than 20 Google apps are getting tablet-centric updates) https://www.androidpolice.com/android-auto-is-almost-ready-for-split-screen-mode-as-streaming-video-apps-come-to-automotive/ (Android Auto is almost ready for split screen mode as streaming video apps come to Automotive) 26:00 | Alright, here's what you've been waiting for. https://www.androidpolice.com/google-pixel-6a-announcement/ (Google Pixel 6a lands in July with Tensor in tow and a $449 price tag) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-pixel-7-io/ (Google teases Pixel 7 & 7 Pro with redesigned cameras, new colors, and fall release date) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-pixel-watch-io-2022/ (The Google Pixel Watch is official, and it's coming ‘this fall' alongside the Pixel 7) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-pixel-buds-pro-announcement/ (Google's Pixel Buds Pro are arriving in July for $199 with ANC, multipoint, and Silent Seal for a perfect fit) https://www.androidpolice.com/tensor-tablet-google-io-2022/ (Google is making a Tensor-powered Android tablet, coming in 2023) https://www.androidpolice.com/google-io-google-glass-reincarnated/ (Google teases standalone AR glasses with an unknown release date) Some family notes: we want to thank Taylor Kerns for helping us launch the pod revival. He's still with Android Police, but has decided to step away from the mic. We're happy, though, to introduce Will Sattelberg as our new, permanent co-host. Meanwhile, Daniel will be off on paternity leave for the next couple of weeks, but we'll keep the seat hot — stay tuned and thanks for subscribing and rating the show, we appreciate it. Find the team on Twitter - https://twitter.com/journeydan (@journeydan) https://twitter.com/arawagco (@AraWagco) https://twitter.com/will_sattelberg (@Will_Sattelberg) https://twitter.com/pointjules (@PointJules) Reach out to us - podcast@androidpolice.com Music - "https://home96.bandcamp.com/track/18 (18)" and "https://home96.bandcamp.com/track/34 (34)" by https://home96.bandcamp.com/ (HOME) licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ (CC BY 3.0)

Book Marketing Simplified
The Best Free Online Tools for Book Marketing

Book Marketing Simplified

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 9:50


We are all looking for ways to save time and money with our marketing. But with so many options, it can be hard to figure out which are best. In this episode Jenn and Marcus share their favorite free online tools that make life easier. Linkshttps://www.canva.com (Canva) https://unsplash.com (Unsplash) https://buffer.com (Buffer) https://later.com (Later) https://docs.google.com (Google Docs) https://airtable.com (Airtable) https://www.mailerlite.com (MailerLite) https://mailchimp.com (Mailchimp) https://www.mixtusmedia.com/podcast/38 ("Newsletter Vs Blog Subscribers - What's the Difference?") https://www.mixtusmedia.com/podcast/32 ("How Authors Can Start Their Newsletter")

Software Defined Talk
Episode 357: Is platform engineer the new thing?

Software Defined Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 57:44


This week we discuss DevOpsDays Austin, the impending (?) economic downturn and advice on migrating your iCloud account when moving abroad. Plus, some thoughts on driving… Rundown DevOpsDays Austin (https://devopsdays.org/events/2022-austin/welcome/) Uber CEO vows to be ‘hardcore about costs,' slow down hiring in memo to employees (https://www.theverge.com/2022/5/9/23063499/uber-ceo-slash-costs-hiring-slowdown-ride-hailing-profit) A cheat sheet for the next tech downturn (https://www.axios.com/2022/05/09/next-tech-downturn-cheat-sheet-recession) Relevant to your Interests Square Enix Says Embracer Acquisitions Allow It to Invest More in the Blockchain, AI, and the Cloud (https://www.ign.com/articles/square-enix-says-embracer-acquisitions-allow-it-to-invest-more-in-the-blockchain-ai-and-the-cloud) Google is raising pay, revamping employee reviews, documents show (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/06/google-says-its-raising-employee-pay-in-performance-review-revamp.html) What you may not know about the Dell-Snowflake deal (https://siliconangle.com/2022/05/07/may-not-know-dell-snowflake-deal/) The Graphic Truth: Twitter doesn't rule the social world (https://www.gzeromedia.com/the-graphic-truth-twitter-doesn-t-rule-the-social-world) I'm not a goblin, I just play one in Google Docs (https://interconnected.org/home/2022/05/05/larping) Apple's Director of Machine Learning Resigns Due to Return to Office Work (https://www.macrumors.com/2022/05/07/apple-director-of-machine-learning-resigns/) Podcast Details (https://therealdeal.com/la/2022/04/12/andreessen-plucks-third-home-along-malibu-beachfront/https://podcastdetails.com/) 3D printing and trackballs: the future of gadgets? (https://overcast.fm/+QN1pbp6qs) Red Hat and General Motors Collaborate to Trailblaze the Future of Software-Defined Vehicles (https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/red-hat-and-general-motors-collaborate-trailblaze-future-software-defined-vehicles?sc_cid=7013a000002pyDRAAY) Docker advances container isolation and workloads with acquisition of Nestybox - Docker (https://www.docker.com/blog/docker-advances-container-isolation-and-workloads-with-acquisition-of-nestybox/) Appian Awarded $2.036 Billion in Damages Against Pegasystems Inc. (https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/appian-awarded-2-036-billion-in-damages-against-pegasystems-inc-301543673.html) 4 new iCloud Keychain features for 2022 (https://www.securemac.com/news/4-new-icloud-keychain-features-for-2022) A Big Bet to Kill the Password for Good (https://www.wired.com/story/fido-alliance-ios-android-password-replacement/) Google Cloud is forming a Web3 product and engineering organization (https://twitter.com/jordannovet/status/1522592192472121345) Google's cloud group forms Web3 team to capitalize on booming popularity of crypto (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/06/googles-cloud-group-forms-web3-product-and-engineering-team.html) Nonsense Marc Andreessen Plucks Third Home Along Malibu Beachfront for $34M (https://therealdeal.com/la/2022/04/12/andreessen-plucks-third-home-along-malibu-beachfront/) Sponsors IT Brew — Tune in to IT Brew's virtual launch event on May 19th at 12pm EST. Register Here! (https://www.itbrew.com/events/it-brew-virtual-launch-event?utm_campaign=itb_sdtvirtualevent_051322&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_source=crosspromo&utm_term=2022-04-26) Conferences THAT Conference comes to Texas (https://that.us/events/tx/2022/), May 23-26, 2022 Discount Codes: Everything Ticket ($75 off): SDTFriends75 3 Day Camper Ticket ($50 off): SDTFriends50 Virtual Ticket ($75 off): SDTFriendsON75 cdCon, June 7 – 8, 2022 Austin, Texas + Virtual (https://events.linuxfoundation.org/cdcon/) Get a 40% disocunt with this code: CdCon22SDPod MongoDB World 2022 (https://www.mongodb.com/world-2022), June 7-9th, 2022 Splunk's ,conf (http://Splunk's> ,conf June 13-16, 2022), June 13-16, 2022 FinOps X (https://events.linuxfoundation.org/finops-x/), June 20-21, 2022 Open Source Summit North America (https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-summit-north-america/), June 21-24, 2022 THAT Conference Wisconsin (https://that.us/call-for-counselors/wi/2022/), July 25, 2022 VMware Explore 2022, August 29 – September 1, 2022 (https://www.vmware.com/explore.html?src=so_623a10693ceb7&cid=7012H000001Kb0hQAC) SpringOne Platform (https://springone.io/?utm_source=cote&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=sdt), SF, December 6–8, 2022. 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Real Horrorshow Podcast
A Million Little Internal Papercuts (Choose or Die)

Real Horrorshow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 52:42


This week we return with a hot new review for the hot new Netflix "original" horror movie 'Choose or Die'. 'Choose or Die' (originally titled 'Curs>r') stars 'Sex Education's Asa Butterfield and newcomer Iola Evans, as they try to solve the mysteries behind a deadly retro game...narrated by the wonderful Robert Englund.  We also discuss the economic status of the 'Euphoria' characters and how they shouldn't be able to afford their lifestyles.    Guest Find Us Online - Website: www.realhorrorshowpodcast.com - Twitter: www.twitter.com/Horrorshowpod - Support: www.realhorrorshow.com/support/ - Submit: www.realhorrorshow.com/submission-guidelines/    Good Things to Support *This episode was recorded two weeks before the leaked Supreme Court Opinion on Roe v. Wade came out. Below is a a link to a Google Doc with resources for those with uteruses who will be affected by the upcoming decision--along with other reasons as we find them. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T-aDTsZXnKhMcrDmtcD35aWs00gw5piocDhaFy5LKDY/mobilebasic https://shoutyourabortion.com/abortion-pills/ https://aidaccess.org/ -----  - Quileute Move to Higher Ground: https://mthg.org/  - Red Canary Song: https://www.redcanarysong.net/ - List of BLM Affiliated Charities: https://bit.ly/3wSMW47   Credits - Host: Samantha Oty. Instagram: @samiswritingstuff, Website: https://samanthaoty.wixsite.com/mysite/ - Host: Stormy Skies. Instagram: @thestormyskies Website: https://stormyskies3.wixsite.com/stormyskies - End Song: 'Creepy Doll' by Jonathan Coulton. Website: www.jonathancoulton.com About Us Sam and Stormy died and they can't get into Heaven until they watch every single horror movie on Netflix. But, like, those movies are constantly changing, so it seems like someone is yanking their chain.

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News
HP broken BIOS, New Nerbian, Konica cure, and more.

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 2:41


A daily look at the relevant information security news from overnight.Episode 237 - 12 May 2022HP broken BIOS - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/hp-fixes-bug-letting-attackers-overwrite-firmware-in-over-200-models/New Nerbian - https://threatpost.com/nerbian-rat-advanced-trick/179600/Bitter at Bangladesh - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/bitter-cyberspies-target-south-asian-govts-with-new-malware/Fake Vanity - https://portswigger.net/daily-swig/box-zoom-google-docs-offer-phishing-boost-with-vanity-url-flawsKonica cure- https://www.securityweek.com/konica-minolta-printers-vulnerable-hacking-physical-accessHi, I'm Paul Torgersen. It's Thursday May 12th, 2022, and this is a look at the information security news from overnight. From BleepingComputer.com:HP has released BIOS updates to fix two 8.8 severity vulnerabilities that would allow code to run with Kernel privileges, and affects over 200 PC and notebook products. The problem appears to be that an SMI handler can be triggered from the OS environment. You can see the details and a couple important links in the article. From ThreatPost.com:A newly discovered and complex remote access trojan dubbed Nerbian RAT, is spreading via malicious email campaigns using COVID-19 as a lure. This multi-feature baddie, including the ability to evade analysis or detection by researchers. The majority of the attacks have been centered in Spain and the United Kingdom. From BleepingComputer.com:APT cyberespionage group Bitter has been found targeting the government of Bangladesh with a new malware with remote file execution capabilities. These messages are sent via spoofed email addresses that appear to come from Pakistani government organizations. This was likely possible by exploiting a flaw in the Zimbra mail server that allows attackers to send messages from a non-existent mail domain. Full details from the Talos research in the article. From PortSwigger.net:Threat actors are enhancing their phishing campaigns by exploiting a failure to validate subdomains within so-called ‘vanity URLs' used in SaaS applications. Apps such as Box, Zoom, and Google Docs validate vanity URLs' URI (the unique sequence of characters at the end of the link), but not its descriptive subdomain, which is the portion preceding the URI. And last today, from SecurityWeek.com:Hundreds of thousands of Konica printers are vulnerable to hacking via ​​physical access. The vendor produced firmware and operating system patches in early 2020, but details are only being disclosed now because in many cases the patches need to be manually installed by a service technician. That was a bit tough in the midst of the Covid shutdowns. That's all for me today. Remember to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE. And as always, until next time, be safe out there.

Uncluttered Office with Catherine Avery
Digital Marketing, the Front Row, and Roller Blades EP 139

Uncluttered Office with Catherine Avery

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 33:02


Jen Lehner, our guest today, will wow you with all things digital marketing. We discuss how to batch content and how to make it short form. Jen explains the best times to use long form content and how to choose the different digital platforms. Jen takes a live case study of my lead magnet and shows how you can build a marketing strategy on Pinterest. We talk about the value of having a virtual admin and all the things that they can take off your plate. And how it comes down to who not how. Nothing will help you grow your business faster than replicating yourself. We wrap with the brilliant simplicity of Google's dictation tool in Google Docs. A Note: We recorded this in March, so apologies for vastly outdated information about March Madness. About Jen Lehner is a digital marketing and systems strategist. She is the founder of the Front Row mastermind and Front Row CEO, a program that shows people how to hire and train their perfect match Virtual Assistants. She lives in Shaker Heights Ohio with her family and enjoys rollerblading and traveling when she's not geeking out on new technologies. Website: Jen Lehner YouTube: Jen Lehner To learn more about your host, Catherine Avery: Productivity by Design To connect with Catherine: Productivity Breakthrough Session 9 *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites at no cost to you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Es una historia del futuro

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 12:11


Off The Hook
Off The Hook - May 11, 2022

Off The Hook

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 56:59


It's illegal to demonstrate outside a Supreme Court justice's house, Russian state TV and financial companies hacked, Russian hackers target ventilators in British hospitals, HOPE update, Google Docs bug crashes documents, Elan Musk would reverse Trump's Twitter ban, controversial Texas social media law allowed to take effect by appeals court.

Off The Hook (low-bitrate)
Off The Hook - May 11, 2022

Off The Hook (low-bitrate)

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 57:07


It's illegal to demonstrate outside a Supreme Court justice's house, Russian state TV and financial companies hacked, Russian hackers target ventilators in British hospitals, HOPE update, Google Docs bug crashes documents, Elan Musk would reverse Trump's Twitter ban, controversial Texas social media law allowed to take effect by appeals court.

Sophos Podcasts
S3 Ep82: Bugs, bugs, bugs (and Colonial Pipeline again)

Sophos Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 25:25


Where does the word "radio" come from? RubyGems supply chain rip-and-replace bug. A weird, weird, weird, weird, weird GoogleDocs bug. Colonial Pipeline back in the cybersecurity news. What about built-in password managers? Original music by Edith Mudge Got questions/suggestions/stories to share? Email tips@sophos.com Twitter @NakedSecurity Instagram @NakedSecurity

Paul's Security Weekly
ASW #196 - Christoph Nagy

Paul's Security Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 73:06


This week, Mike and John kick off the show with an interview of Christoph Nagy, the CEO of SecurityBridge! Then, in the AppSec News: Secure coding practices and smart contracts, lessons from the Heroku breach, Real World Crypto conference highlights, and an entertaining bug in Google Docs, & more! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw196

Product Thinking
Leading a Product Organization with Paul Adams

Product Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:19


Melissa Perri welcomes Paul Adams, Chief Product Officer at Intercom, to this episode of the Product Thinking Podcast. At Intercom since the days when they only had only 13 employees, Paul has helped shape the Product department from the ground up. Paul joins Melissa to talk through his approach to product leadership, what his day to day is like as CPO and why he hasn't been in a product review in years, how to build trust within your organization, and embracing the “messy middle” when it comes to product strategy.  Here are some key points you'll hear Melissa and Paul talk about: Paul talks about his introduction to the field of product management, and how he became the Chief Product Officer at Intercom. [1:55] To have a successful product organization, three teams – product management, product design and research and data science – must work together harmoniously. [4:55] Paul believes that the best way to oversee all the different groups within a product organization is by appointing a trustworthy leader to each group and allowing them to have autonomy over their decisions. [6:51]  Paul cautions that the downfall of most organizations is the lack of trust from team leaders. Paul suggests that the teams have open conversations about “Why are they here? What do they not trust?” in order to build trust in the team. [15:03]  When choosing a new team leader or product manager, you have to build a relationship with them so they can trust you and vice versa. [16:12] For your organization to work in unison, the strategy must be clearly, concisely and accurately translated to the execution level, acknowledging the ever-changing trends. [ 20:25] When the company is reviewing the strategy in Google Docs, they urge employees to label their comments “major, minor or curious” in order of urgency. This creates a smooth-running system that maintains discipline. [25:46] The lines between sales, support, marketing, product, and project management need to be blurred. These teams should deeply collaborate in order to achieve collective success for the company. [27:50] For a company like Intercom to work harmoniously, a feedback loop for each team should be set up, where the problems to be solved for each group are shared so that the service can run as smoothly as possible. This only works if there is a strong relationship in the company. [34:05] Paul believes that surveys would be most beneficial to project managers as they collect and track first-party data, which allows them to send targeted ads/messages. [38:31] Resources  Paul Adams on LinkedIn | Twitter

Application Security Weekly (Audio)
ASW #196 - Christoph Nagy

Application Security Weekly (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 73:06


This week, Mike and John kick off the show with an interview of Christoph Nagy, the CEO of SecurityBridge! Then, in the AppSec News: Secure coding practices and smart contracts, lessons from the Heroku breach, Real World Crypto conference highlights, and an entertaining bug in Google Docs, & more! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw196

Application Security Weekly (Video)
Smart Contract Security, Heroku Breach, & Real World Crypto Highlights - ASW #196

Application Security Weekly (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 36:46


In the AppSec News Mike and John discuss: Secure coding practices and smart contracts, lessons from the Heroku breach, Real World Crypto conference highlights, and an entertaining bug in Google Docs, & more!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw196

Paul's Security Weekly TV
Smart Contract Security, Heroku Breach, & Real World Crypto Highlights - ASW #196

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 36:46


In the AppSec News Mike and John discuss: Secure coding practices and smart contracts, lessons from the Heroku breach, Real World Crypto conference highlights, and an entertaining bug in Google Docs, & more!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw196

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast
Episode 106 - You Take the Bad Cards Out, You Put the Good Cards In (feat. Blutrane)

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 128:59


Welcome to Episode 106 of BORN TO BE WILD, a Wild exclusive Hearthstone podcast where we have fun hanging out with friends, talking about the Wild format of Hearthstone and spotlighting members of the Wild Community! This week Nate, Hydra & Sheep are joined by special guest Blutrane to do a an overview of how to optimize your decks based on data from HSReplay! We also talk about the recently announced Born to be Wild Listener Series Season 5! Check out our complete show notes on Google Docs, Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zDOkucO4JeJOZwortTayW2dW-8Z_eaH0txzghVLcg74/edit?usp=sharing Find us online at https://www.borntobewildhs.com/

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News
Thumbs suck, New NetDooka, And. And. It's gone, and more.

InfoSec Overnights - Daily Security News

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 3:08


A daily look at the relevant information security news from overnight.Episode 234 - 06 May 2022Thumbs suck - https://threatpost.com/usb-malware-targets-windows-installer/179521/New NetDooka - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/new-netdooka-malware-spreads-via-poisoned-search-results/CT swipe - https://portswigger.net/daily-swig/wordpress-sites-getting-hacked-within-seconds-of-tls-certificates-being-issuedAndroid updates - https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/google-fixes-actively-exploited-android-kernel-vulnerability/And. And. It's gone- https://www.zdnet.com/article/weird-bug-made-google-docs-crash-if-you-typed-one-word-five-times/Hi, I'm Paul Torgersen. It's Friday May 6th, 2022, and this is a look at the information security news from overnight. From ThreatPost.com:A new wormable malware called Raspberry Robin has been active since this past September and is delivered onto Windows machines through USB drives. Do people still do that? Remember when you used to go to a conference, and vendors would hand out thumb drives? Then people would go home and actually stick them into their computer? Don't do that. There is more information in the article, but the answer is: don't do that. From BleepingComputer.com:A new malware framework known as NetDooka has been discovered being distributed through the PrivateLoader pay-per-install malware distribution service. The framework features a loader, a dropper, a protection driver, and a powerful RAT component that relies on a custom network communication protocol. Researchers at TrendMicro warn that, while the tool is still in an early development phase, it is already very capable. Link to the research in the article. From PortSwigger.com:Attackers are abusing the Certificate Transparency system to compromise new WordPress sites in the brief window after web admins upload the WordPress files, but before they manage to secure the website with a password. Hackers are evidently monitoring the CT logs because sites are being hacked within minutes, sometimes seconds, of TLS certificates being requested. You know where to find the details. From BleepingComputer.com:Google has released the second part of their May security patch for Android, including a fix for an actively exploited Linux kernel vulnerability. Do note that if you are using Android 9 or older, this patch does not apply to you and you really should upgrade to a more recent Android OS. Also, if you have a Google Pixel, you have some additional patching to do. Get your patch on kids. And last today, from ZDNet.com:An obscure bug is making Google Docs crash after users typed in a simple, repeated word pattern. If you type the word and, with a capital A, and a period and space after it, five times in a row, it would crash your doc. And any attempts to reopen the doc would retrigger the crash. And “and” isn't the only word that triggers this, but not ALL words trigger it. It appears that Google has now fixed the bug, but, but, but but, but beware. That's all for me today. Remember to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE. And as always, until next time, be safe out there.

Cyber and Technology with Mike
06 May 2022 Cyber and Tech News

Cyber and Technology with Mike

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 10:11


1.Google Doc grammar flaw locks document for users 2.Criminals injecting fileless malware into Windows Event logs 3.SHeetJS moves off NPM citing legal, security reasons  4.Ukraine IT Army impacts alcohol distribution in Russia I'd love feedback, feel free to send your comments and feedback to  | cyberandtechwithmike@gmail.com

Freedom Scientific Training Podcast
Prep and Proof Google Documents Using Spelling and Grammar Features with JAWS

Freedom Scientific Training Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 34:34


Do you need to proof Google documents more efficiently with JAWS? Want to learn how to access and navigate the spelling and grammar options? Join Elizabeth Whitaker and Rachel Buchanan as they present, “Prep and Proof Google Documents Using Spelling and Grammar Features with JAWS.” They provide an overview of the spelling and grammar options Google Docs offers, plus they show you how to: Access the spelling and grammar checker using the keyboard and using the Tools menu Navigate spelling options Add a word to your personal dictionary Check spelling one word at a time using the context menu Access the dictionary definition of a word Explore search results for a selected word

The Choir Director Corner Podcast
064. Creating a Productive and Purposeful Choir Council!

The Choir Director Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 23:11


Delegate. Delegate, delegate, DELEGATE my friends. This is one of the secrets to getting everything done and not driving yourself crazy in the process! But in order to make the best use of your time, and make sure that things get done in a timely and productive fashion, you need to have some systematic, repeatable ways of delegating certain tasks. One of the ways you can do this is with a Choir Council!In this episode of the podcast I discuss the objectives of a Choir Council, the different positions that you can choose to create your Council, and the step-by-step process I would suggest for creating your Council.  If you want to take a deeper dive, I also share with you where you can get your hands on the exact handouts and templates that I use in this process!This is just one of the topics that I cover in my "Choir End of the Year Survival Pack", which you can find over at:  choirdirectorcorner.com/shopAnd until May 15th, you can get a FREE copy of this resource when you join the Choir Director Corner Community Membership!  Not only will you get the Survival Pack, but inside the membership there are Online Courses, a Resource Library with over 50 PDF's and Google Docs, and Monthly Collaboration Calls where you can ask questions and get feedback on how to tackle your biggest teaching challenges.  And, when you join the membership, you'll also get a FREE copy of my PDF, "The Big Guide to Rehearsal Techniques", which has 75 different choral rehearsal techniques inside sure to add some spice to your choir rehearsals!Leading a choir doesn't have to be a DIY endeavor--it's better when it's done with others!  Come join an awesome online community of choir directors just like you over at:choirdirectorcorner.com/membershipSee you in the Community!

Real Horrorshow Podcast
So, We're Watching The Originals Now (Real Minishow Ep. 41)

Real Horrorshow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 38:30


We're back from spring break, and we couldn't be more excited to dive into ‘The Originals, the ‘Vampire Diaries spinoff that follows Klaus Mikelson as he prepares to embark on the journey of fatherhood. Oh, and there's also some weird turf war going on with a guy named Marcel who's known Klaus…for a very long time…yeah…The expanded ‘Vampire Diaries universe still has its weird relationship with race.  We also decided on the next movie we're going to review (Choose or Die) and get an update about Sam's big play premiere.    Guest Find Us Online - Website: www.realhorrorshowpodcast.com - Twitter: www.twitter.com/Horrorshowpod - Support: www.realhorrorshow.com/support/ - Submit: www.realhorrorshow.com/submission-guidelines/    Good Things to Support *This episode was recorded two weeks before the leaked Supreme Court Opinion on Roe v. Wade came out. Below is a link to a Google Doc with resources for those with uteruses who will be affected by the upcoming decision--along with other reasons as we find them. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T-aDTsZXnKhMcrDmtcD35aWs00gw5piocDhaFy5LKDY/mobilebasic https://shoutyourabortion.com/abortion-pills/ https://aidaccess.org/ -----  - Quileute Move to Higher Ground: https://mthg.org/  - Red Canary Song: https://www.redcanarysong.net/ - List of BLM Affiliated Charities: https://bit.ly/3wSMW47   Credits - Host: Samantha Oty. Instagram: @samiswritingstuff, Website: https://samanthaoty.wixsite.com/mysite/ - Host: Stormy Skies. Instagram: @thestormyskies Website: https://stormyskies3.wixsite.com/stormyskies - End Song: 'Creepy Doll' by Jonathan Coulton. Website: www.jonathancoulton.com About Us Sam and Stormy died and they can't get into Heaven until they watch every single horror movie on Netflix. But, like, those movies are constantly changing, so it seems like someone is yanking their chain. 

Crucible of Realms
Episode 1 - Aegis

Crucible of Realms

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022


Hosts: Jim, Jon & KentIn this first episode we create Aegis, a fantasy world dominated by the element of Air. Find it in the wiki here!00:00 Introduction00:41 World Concept02:13 Google Documents02:33 Google Christ03:00 Air Theme03:28 Bespin03:44 George Lucas03:55 Holo-Cube04:30 World Rules & Geography08:00 Elementals09:00 Balance of the Elements10:13 Winged People11:33 Hawk People / Flash Gordon11:44 Brian Blessed / Prince Vultan12:05 Harpy12:30 Lizard People12:54 Airborne Jellyfish12:55 Arthur C. Clarke / A Meeting with Medusa13:09 The Beatles13:25 Beholder13:55 Bodies of Water14:50 Poles, Temperature, Day & Night16:17 Huge Water Spout16:58 Up is Bad, Down is Good21:00 The Thing at the Center21:43 Government / Parliaments of Birdfolk / Sultanates of Lizardfolk23:53 History, Magic & Technology27:45 The Opener28:29 D&D / Elemental Plane of Air / Demiplane30:50 Present Day Conflict32:17 Clothing, Population and Biology37:00 Naming Things37:44 Ouroboros38:13 Thesaurus.com38:38 Red Dwarf / "Ouroboros"40:02 Komodo Dragon41:54 Wikipedia / Medusozoa / Scyphozoa45:49 Aegis Shield46:24 Conclusion & OutroDOWNLOAD EPISODE 1 - AEGIS

SuperDataScience
SDS 571: Collaborative, No-Code Machine Learning

SuperDataScience

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 57:39


Einblick co-founder and associate professor at MIT, Tim Kraska, joins Jon Krohn to discuss no-code collaboration tools for data science and uncovers the clever database and machine learning tricks under the hood of the visual data computing platform. In this episode you will learn: • The inspiration behind Einblick [2:45] • Einblick's progressive approximation engine [6:43] • How no-code tools impact productivity [17:18] • The critical steps to become more data-driven as an organization [24:30] • How research universities like MIT support high-risk, long-term research [38:37] • How ML applied to databases enables them to be faster and more efficient [42:03] • How real-time collaboration environments like Google Docs are likely to become more widespread for data science tasks [ 49:24] Additional materials: www.superdatascience.com/571

Your Kickstarter Sucks
Episode 249: He Admit it!

Your Kickstarter Sucks

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 106:05


Whether you're driving in the car, folding your laundry at home, or simply falling asleep and hoping there's not a super loud fart noise piped into the mix from totally out of nowhere, there's no better podcast airing its 249th episode today than Your Kickstarter Sucks. On today's program we lament the passing of Midwest Elvis, 86 our friend Mike Hale, and prove once and for all what the shape of Earth actually is. I think I forgot to say that David sent that Kickstarter in, and I can't really go back and add that into the show, but I wanted to say it here in case David reads the episode descriptions. The problem is that we are using a dark mode extension for Google Docs and it makes basically all the colors but white hard to read. And I put “From David” in a red text, but it showed up really dark red. So that is my bad on that one David and oh yeah by the way, the earth is flat so I shouldn't have done the Kickstarter anyway. Credits Music for YKS is courtesy of Howell Dawdy, Craig Dickman, Mr. Baloney, and Mark Brendle. Additional research by Zeke Golvin. YKS is edited by Producer Dan. Executive Producer lola butt.Did you guys see where a bunch of NFT apes got stolen or sold or faked or something? Something probably happened with the apes, I think? Well, that will NEVER happen when you subscribe to YKS Premium. Last week we talked with the wonderful Zoë Ligon, in a delightful episode many are calling “very pornographic”. This week, who knows, maybe we'll have Elon Musk on! Wouldn't that be funny as hell!This week's YKS is sponsored by these fine brands:Athletic Greens - Energy in the morning? Yes, it's possible, thanks to the fine folks at Athletic Greens and their AG1 vitamin blend. And it tastes pretty good too, unlike “you know what”! Try it for your own self at AthleticGreens.com/YKS and get a free year's supply of Vitamin D and travel packs as well. HelloFresh - You know, in the old days, “getting fresh” with someone was NOT something to be proud of. Nowadays, “getting fresh” food is actually good! My, how times change. So change with them! Get up to 16 free meals plus free shipping when you use the code YourKickstarterSucks16 at HelloFresh! Honey - Coupon codes are truly a double edged sword. The first edge of the sword is the saving money part. But the other edge, which is not as good, is the one where you have to REMEMBER the stinking things. Too hard! Download Honey to day at JoinHoney.com/YKS and kiss the bad edge of your swords goodbye!NordVPN - “

Preventing Grace Podcast – Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd
Preventing Grace Podcast: Impactfulness, Inclusivity Algorithms, and Google Docs

Preventing Grace Podcast – Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022


Anne and Matt discuss new “inclusivity” filters for Google Docs, Elon Musk, and free speech. Download Audio http://media.goodshepherdbinghamton.org/audio/preventinggracepodcastgoogledocs.mp3  

Video Marketing Value Podcast from HEY.com
How To Grow Your Own Community Off YouTube

Video Marketing Value Podcast from HEY.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 49:20


To really grow the business you're generating from YouTube, you're going to have to get your viewers into an off-YouTube community of some sort, like a Facebook group, Discord group, or other options.HOSTS: The Video Marketing Value Podcast is hosted by- Dane Golden of VidiUp.tv | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube- Gwen Miller LinkedIn | Twitter- Shelly Saves The Day ShellySavesTheDay.com | YouTubePRODUCTS MENTIONED:- Shelly Saves The Day's "Buy Me A Coffee"- Dane's Descript Affiliate Link - Descript is a super-simple video editing tool that lets you edit video like a Google Doc.MORE PODCASTS: VideoMarketingValue.com

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast
Episode 105 - Post-Nerf Deck Discussion

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 129:40


Welcome to Episode 105 of BORN TO BE WILD, a Wild exclusive Hearthstone podcast where we have fun hanging out with friends, talking about the Wild format of Hearthstone and spotlighting members of the Wild Community! This week Nate & Hydra are joined by special guest co-host SchmoopieDaddy to answer some listener questions and discuss which decks we think would be good to climb the Wild Ladder post Switcheroo-ban and Kael'thas nerf. Decks discussed include: Pirate Swordfish Rogue, Reno Paladin, Freeze Shudderwock Shaman, Quest Mage, Mech Mage, Mech Paladin. Check out our complete show notes on Google Docs, Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nkP5Ty0V8og5LPqnNDo7Zjgxep_OMPqO89X3anEEKHs/edit?usp=sharing Find us online at https://www.borntobewildhs.com/

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,097 - Google Launches 'Woke' Writing Function Touting 'Inclusive Language'

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 19:43


Google has rolled out a new “inclusive language” function that is intended to steer its users away from what it deems to be politically incorrect words, like “landlord” and “mankind.”Google Docs introduced the “woke” feature this month that shows pop-up warnings to people typing in words or phrases considered to be non-inclusive, such as “policeman,” “fireman” or “housewife.”The online word processor's algorithm will alert them that their chosen terms “may not be inclusive to all readers” and then goes a step further by suggesting alternative, more inclusive words to use.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK

The Choir Director Corner Podcast
063. Nine Tips to Get the Singers in Your Choir to "Buy In"!

The Choir Director Corner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 32:00


I had a coaching call a while back with a middle school/high school choir director who was facing several challenges, with the biggest one being that the members of their concert choir were not “buying in” to this director's way of doing things.  This in turn was affecting not only the choir's performance–as the director was struggling to get the choir to sing out–but also the general atmosphere and attitude of the choir. I've been in this EXACT position in my teaching career, and we talked at great length about some of the issues this director was facing, and what they might try to combat these issues.  In this episode of the podcast, I will share with you nine tips for getting your choir to “buy in”. Whether you are a teacher in a new position, or a 30-year veteran who is trying to raise the level of expectations in your program, these tips will help you increase the “buy in” that you are getting from your singers!If you want to dive deeper into topics just like this one, then you should really check out the Choir Director Corner Community Membership.  Inside the membership there are Online Courses, a Resource Library with over 50 PDF's and Google Docs, and Monthly Collaboration Calls where you can ask questions and get feedback on how to tackle your biggest teaching challenges.  And, when you join the membership, you'll also get a FREE copy of my PDF, "The Big Guide to Rehearsal Techniques", which has 75 different choral rehearsal techniques inside sure to add some spice to your choir rehearsals!Leading a choir doesn't have to be a DIY endeavor--it's better when it's done with others!  Come join an awesome online community of choir directors just like you over at:choirdirectorcorner.com/membershipSee you in the Community!

The Propaganda Report
Narrative Warfare and The Irrelevance of Truth & The Fascinating Case of Ginni Thomas (DNB)

The Propaganda Report

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 47:53


Listen, Subscribe, Share the Show, Donate. Help us keep this train rollin! SHOW LINKS Staring at an image of yourself on Zoom has serious consequences for mental health – especially for women (yahoo.com)   Amber Heard Once Allegedly Had a Threesome With Elon Musk & Cara Delevingne—Here's Who She Dated After Johnny Depp (msn.com)   Twitter says mass deactivations after Musk news were ‘organic' (nbcnews.com)   Democrats willing to weaponize ESG scores to punish Americans | The Hill   Google Workspace Updates: More assistive writing suggestions in Google Docs (googleblog.com)   Google Docs is having some serious issues with its new "inclusive language" warnings (msn.com)   Tucker Carlson's Twitter account is reinstated just hours after Elon Musk purchased the platform | Daily Mail Online   Brain Sensors Stimulate – Defence Technology | Defence Industries (defence-industries.com)   https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/why-being-anti-science-is-now-part-of-many-rural-americans-identity/ https://www.foxnews.com/politics/house-hearing-supreme-court-ethics-clarence-thomas-resign-be-impeached https://www.virginiamercury.com/2020/10/13/packing-the-court-lincoln-and-his-republicans-remade-the-supreme-court-to-fit-their-agenda/ https://ballotpedia.org/Impeachment_of_federal_judges https://www.history.com/news/has-a-u-s-supreme-court-justice-ever-been-impeached https://www.ajournalofmusicalthings.com/ongoing-history-daily-the-history-of-taylor-hawkins-heart/ https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/james-madison-university-softball-star-lauren-bernett-dies-20-rcna26128 https://www.tmz.com/2022/04/25/univ-wisconsin-track-star-sarah-shulze-dead-21/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4547116/ https://thecovidblog.com/2022/04/27/college-athlete-suicide-rate-for-2022-already-shatters-previous-years-as-more-data-tie-suicidal-thoughts-to-mrna-injections/ https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/3202998/amber-heard-elon-musk-date-break-up/ The Propaganda Report on Rokfin The CFR Plots To Shut Up Critically Thinking Americans | Rokfin The Propaganda Report on Patreon Propaganda Report Community (locals.com) The Propaganda Report Store Support Our Sponsors! Donate… If you find value in the content we produce and want to help us keep this train rollin, drop us a donation via Paypal or become a Patreon. (links below) Every little bit helps. Thank you! And thank you to everyone who has and continues to support the show. It's your support that enables us to continue producing shows. Paypal Patreon Subscribe & Leave A 5-Star Review… Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Google Play Music Listen on Google Podcasts Listen on Tunein Listen on Stitcher Follow on Spotify Like and Follow us on Facebook Follow Monica on Twitter Follow Binkley on Twitter Subscribe to Binkley's Youtube Channel https://www.paypal.me/BradBinkley https://www.patreon.com/propagandareport https://twitter.com/freedomactradio https://twitter.com/MonicaPerezShow https://www.youtube.com/bradbinkley https://www.youtube.com/monicaperez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
122 Vanlife With Pets, Portable Grills, Desert of Maine, Chromebooks, Crash Landing, Google Docs

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 35:51


It's like vans ought to come with a dog, but what about a cat? Or bird? Let's take a look so you know what you're getting into. We'll also take a look at two cute portable grills, visit a desert in Maine, and take a look at Chromebooks as well as Google Docs (after we survive a crash landing).  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.)   No more fence! Tech Talk - Portable Grills Cuisinart Venture Cute!  https://amzn.to/3KlzVpq Coleman Fold N Go A lot cheaper and possibly easier to store https://amzn.to/36WLPIE A Place to Visit - Desert of Maine The new owner sound like they're really doing this right - I can't wait to get back! Desert of Maine Product Review - Chromebooks A good, cheap, always backed up computing solution https://amzn.to/3khJuuG Resource Recommendation - Google Docs Try it! It's free and powerful! drive.google.com 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 any way. 

Dave & Ethan's 2000
Episode 156" - Brad Hebert (King of the Spreadsheets)

Dave & Ethan's 2000" Weird Al Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 65:30


Dave and Ethan interview the king of the spreadsheets himself - Brad Hebert! Brad is the Weird Al fan that created the infamous spreadsheet that meticulously catalogued every song played on the 2018 Ridiculously Self-Indulgent Ill-Advised Vanity Tour. On the heels of the new tour, will Brad continue his royal reign in 2022? And just what DOES he have printed on his bedsheets?

Pat Gray Unleashed
Not Sure 2024 | 4/27/22

Pat Gray Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 94:46


Joe Biden is set to phase out incandescent light bulbs in favor of a more eco-friendly option. A man set himself on fire in front of the Supreme Court to raise awareness for climate change. Americans' meat consumption has risen as veganism falters. New intriguing jobs have made an appearance, like at the Penguin Post Office. Margot Robbie is set to star in a new Barbie movie. So, Twitter is for straight white men now? Many Democrats still believe that the 2016 election was stolen. Many other Democrats were not sure. The first black woman to serve on the international space station has just been launched into space. Google to include "inclusive warnings" in Google Docs. Amber Heard's lawyer objects to his own question. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TheBBoost : Le podcast qui booste les entrepreneurs
166. Action vs. réflexion : trouver son équilibre avec Julien Musy

TheBBoost : Le podcast qui booste les entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 41:08


Dans une société où le passage à l'action est glorifié, où on pousse les gens à agir, à passer à l'action (surtout dans le milieu entrepreneurial), il y a aussi tout un mouvement qui prône la réflexion avant l'action.  Pour parler de cet équilibre réflexion/action, j'ai invité aujourd'hui Julien Musy, entrepreneur spécialisé dans l'accompagnement et le coaching des coachs, thérapeutes et experts et consultants avec la promesse de leur faire passer le million. Dans cet épisode, on parle de cet équilibre, de comment Julien le gère dans son propre business et quel est le risque d'être toujours dans l'action. On vous partagera également 3 clés pour trouver le bon équilibre pour soi.   Épisodes recommandés : Episode #125 - Comment développer un business ? Mon plan d'action si je devais tout recommencer de zéro Episode #162 - Trouver l'équilibre entre vie professionnelle et vie personnelle : les conseils de Sarra de Rythme Ton Flow  Retrouvez Julien  : Le site Google Doc de Julien  Son instagram Son podcast   Si vous avez apprécié cet épisode, n'hésitez pas à laisser une note et un commentaire sur iTunes, Apple Podcast ou votre plateforme d'écoute ! Cela aide d'autres entrepreneurs à découvrir le podcast (et en plus j'adore vous lire). ————————————— ✨ Retrouvez les shownotes de ce podcast  ✨ Le plan d'action en 10 étapes pour développer votre business ✨ Me rejoindre sur Instagram

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast
Episode 104 (Part 2) - Switcheroo!

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 60:06


Welcome to Episode 104 of BORN TO BE WILD, a Wild exclusive Hearthstone podcast where we have fun hanging out with friends, talking about the Wild format of Hearthstone and spotlighting members of the Wild Community! This week Nate & Hydra are joined by special guest co-host SchmoopieDaddy and discuss the recently announced balance changes and another Wild Ban! We also discuss identifying the meta and selecting a deck to climb with. Check out our complete show notes on Google Docs. Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N8XGqxIItMDfVq1LGOnYLPE0AIJ9iBkirvztddOC12U/edit?usp=sharing Find us online at https://www.borntobewildhs.com/

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast
Episode 104 (Part 1) - Switcheroo!

Born to be Wild - A Wild Exclusive Hearthstone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 88:11


Welcome to Episode 104 of BORN TO BE WILD, a Wild exclusive Hearthstone podcast where we have fun hanging out with friends, talking about the Wild format of Hearthstone and spotlighting members of the Wild Community! This week Nate & Hydra are joined by special guest co-host SchmoopieDaddy and discuss the recently announced balance changes and another Wild Ban! We also discuss identifying the meta and selecting a deck to climb with. Check out our complete show notes on Google Docs, Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N8XGqxIItMDfVq1LGOnYLPE0AIJ9iBkirvztddOC12U/edit?usp=sharing Find us online at https://www.borntobewildhs.com/

Screaming in the Cloud
Allowing Aspiration to Lead with Tom Totenberg

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 41:50


About TomTom enjoys being a bridge between people and technology. When he's not thinking about ways to make enterprise demos less boring, Tom enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs, reading, and gaming with friends.Links Referenced: LaunchDarkly: https://launchdarkly.com Heidi Waterhouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/wiredferret TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: Couchbase Capella Database-as-a-Service is flexible, full-featured and fully managed with built in access via key-value, SQL, and full-text search. Flexible JSON documents aligned to your applications and workloads. Build faster with blazing fast in-memory performance and automated replication and scaling while reducing cost. Capella has the best price performance of any fully managed document database. Visit couchbase.com/screaminginthecloud to try Capella today for free and be up and running in three minutes with no credit card required. Couchbase Capella: make your data sing.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Revelo. Revelo is the Spanish word of the day, and its spelled R-E-V-E-L-O. It means “I reveal.” Now, have you tried to hire an engineer lately? I assure you it is significantly harder than it sounds. One of the things that Revelo has recognized is something I've been talking about for a while, specifically that while talent is evenly distributed, opportunity is absolutely not. They're exposing a new talent pool to, basically, those of us without a presence in Latin America via their platform. It's the largest tech talent marketplace in Latin America with over a million engineers in their network, which includes—but isn't limited to—talent in Mexico, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Argentina. Now, not only do they wind up spreading all of their talent on English ability, as well as you know, their engineering skills, but they go significantly beyond that. Some of the folks on their platform are hands down the most talented engineers that I've ever spoken to. Let's also not forget that Latin America has high time zone overlap with what we have here in the United States, so you can hire full-time remote engineers who share most of the workday as your team. It's an end-to-end talent service, so you can find and hire engineers in Central and South America without having to worry about, frankly, the colossal pain of cross-border payroll and benefits and compliance because Revelo handles all of it. If you're hiring engineers, check out revelo.io/screaming to get 20% off your first three months. That's R-E-V-E-L-O dot I-O slash screaming.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Today's promoted episode is brought to us by our friends at LaunchDarkly. And it's always interesting when there's a promoted guest episode because they generally tend to send someone who has a story to tell in different ways.Sometimes they send me customers of theirs. Other times they send me executives. And for this episode, they have sent me Tom Totenberg, who's a senior solutions engineer at LaunchDarkly. Tom, thank you for drawing the short straw. It's appreciated.Tom: [laugh]. Anytime. Thank you so much for having me, Corey.Corey: So, you're a senior solutions engineer, which in many different companies is interpreted differently, but one of the recurring themes tends to pop up is often that is a different way of saying sales engineer because if you say sales, everyone hisses and recoils when you enter the conversation. Is that your experience or do you see your role radically differently?Tom: Well, I used to be one of those people who did recoil when I heard the word sales. I was raised in a family where you didn't talk about finances, you know? That's considered to be faux pas, and when you hear the word sales, you immediately think of a car lot. But what I came to realize is that, especially when we talk about cloud software or any sort of community where you start to run into the same people at conferences over and over and over again, turns out the good salespeople are the ones who actually try to form relationships and try to solve problems. And I realized that oh, I like to work with those people. It's pretty exciting. It's nice to be aspirational about what people can do and bring in the technical chops to see if you can actually make it happen. So, that's where I fit in.Corey: The way that I've always approached it has been rather different. Because before I got into tech, I worked in sales a bunch of times and coming up from the—I guess, clawing your way up doing telesales was a polite way of describing—back in the days before there were strong regulations against it, calling people at dinner to sell them credit cards. And what's worse is I was surprisingly effective at it for a kid who, like, you grew up in a family where we didn't talk about money. And it's easy to judge an industry by its worst examples. Another one of these would be recruiting, for example.When everyone talks about how terrible third-party recruiters are because they're referring to the ridiculous spray-and-pray model of just blasting out emails to everything that hold still long enough that meets a keyword. And yeah, I've also met some recruiters that are transformative as far as the conversations you have with them go. But some of that with sales. It's, “Oh, well, you can't be any fun to talk to because I had a really bad experience buying a used car once and my credit was in the toilet.”Tom: Yeah, exactly. And you know, I have a similar experience with recruiters coming to LaunchDarkly. So, not even talking about the product; I was a skeptic, I was happy where I was, but then as I started talking to more and more people here, I'm assuming you've read the book Accelerate; you probably had a hand in influencing part of it.Corey: I can neither confirm nor deny because stealing glory is something I only do very intentionally.Tom: Oh okay, excellent. Well, I will intentionally let you have some of that glory for you then. But as I was reading that book, it reminded me again of part of why I joined LaunchDarkly. I was a skeptic, and they convinced me through everyone that I talked to just what a nice place it is, and the great culture, it's safe to fail, it's safe to try stuff and build stuff. And then if it fails, that's okay. This is the place where that can happen, and we want to be able to continue to grow and try something new.That's again, getting back to the solutions engineer, sales engineer part of it, how can we effectively convey this message and teach people about what it is that we do—LaunchDarkly or not—in a way that makes them excited to see the possibilities of it? So yeah, it's really great when you get to work with those type of people, and it absolutely shouldn't be influenced by the worst of them. Sometimes you need to find the right ones to give you a chance and get in the door to start having those conversations so you can make good decisions on your own, not just try to buy whatever someone's—whatever their initiative is or whatever their priority is, right?Corey: Once upon a time when I first discovered LaunchDarkly, it was pretty easy to describe what you folks did. Feature flags. For longtime listeners of the show, and I mean very longtime listeners of the show, your colleague Heidi Waterhouse was guest number one. So, I've been talking to you folks about a variety of different things in a variety of different ways. But yeah, “LaunchDarkly. Oh, you do feature flags.”And over time that message has changed somewhat into something I have a little bit of difficulty to be perfectly honest with you in pinning down. At the moment we're recording this, if I pull up launchdarkly.com, it says, “Fundamentally change how you deliver software. Innovate faster, deploy fearlessly, and make each release a masterpiece.”And I look at the last release I pushed out, which wound up basically fixing a couple of typos there, and it's like, “Well, shit. Is it going to make me sign my work because I'm kind of embarrassed by a lot of it.” So, it's aspirational, I get it, but it also somehow [occludes 00:05:32] a little bit of meaning. What is it you'd say it is you do here.Tom: Oh, Office Space. Wonderful. Good reference. And also, to take about 30 seconds back, Heidi Waterhouse, what a wonderful human. wiredferret on Twitter. Please, please go look her up. She's got just always such wonderful things to say. So—Corey: If you don't like Heidi Waterhouse, it is a near certainty it is because you've not yet met her. She's wonderful.Tom: Exactly. Yes, she is. So, what is it we'd say we do here? Well, when people think about feature flags—or at this point now, ‘feature management,' which is a broader scope—that's the term that we're using now, it's really talking about that last bit of software delivery, the last mile, the last leg, whatever your—you know, when you're pushing the button, and it's going to production. So, you know, a feature flag, if you ask someone five or ten years ago, they might say, oh, it's a fancy if statement controlled by a config file or controlled by a database.But with a sort of modern architecture, with global delivery, instant response time or fraction of a second response time, it's a lot more fundamental than that. That's why the word fundamental is there: Because it comes down to psychological safety. It comes down to feeling good about your life every day. So, whether it is that you're fixing a couple typos, or if you're radically changing some backend functionality, and trying out some new sort of search algorithm, a new API route that you're not sure if it's going to work at scale, honestly, you shouldn't have to stay up at night, you shouldn't have to think about deploying on a weekend because you should be able to deploy half-baked code to production safely, you should be able to do all of that. And that's honestly what we're all about.Now, there's some extra elements to it: Feedback loops, experimentation, metrics to make sure that your releases are doing well and doing what you anticipated that they would do, but really, that's what it comes down to is just feeling good about your work and making sure that if there is a fire, it's a small fire, and the entire audience isn't going to get part of the splash zone, right? We're making it just a little safer. Does that answer your question? Is that what you're getting at? Or am I still just speaking in the lingo?Corey: That gets it a lot closer. One of the breakthrough moments—of course I picked it up from one of Heidi's talks—is feature flag seems like a front end developer thing, yadda, yadda, yadda. And she said historically, yeah, in some ways, in some cases, that's how it started. But think about it this way. Think about separating out configuration from your deploy process. And what would that mean? What would that entail?And I look at my current things that I have put out there, and there is no staging environment, my feature branches main, and what would that change? In my case, basically nothing. But that's okay. Because I'm an irresponsible lunatic who should not be allowed near anything expensive, which is why I'm better at stateless things because I know better than to take my aura near things like databases.Tom: Yeah. So, I don't know how old you are Corey. But back—Corey: I'm in my mid-30s, which—Tom: Hey—Corey: —enrages my spouse who's slightly older. Because I'm turning 40 in July, but it's like, during the pandemic, as it has for many of us, the middle has expanded.Tom: There you go. Right. Exa—[laugh] exactly. Can neither confirm nor deny. You can only see me from about the mid-torso up, so, you know, you're not going to see whether I've expanded.But when we were in school doing group projects, we didn't have Google Docs. We couldn't see what other people were working on. You'd say, “Hey, we've got to write this paper. Corey, you take the first section, I'll take the second section, and we'll go and write and we'll try to squish it back together afterward.” And it's always a huge pain in the ass, right? It's terrible. Nobody likes group projects.And so the old method of Gitflow, where we're creating these feature branches and trying to squish them back later, and you work on that, and you work on this thing, and we can't see what each other are doing, it all comes down to context switching. It is time away from work that you care about, time away from exciting or productive work that you actually get to see what you're doing and put it into production, try it out. Nobody wants to deal with all the extra administrative overhead. And so yeah, for you, when you've got your own trunk-based development—you know, it's all just main—that's okay. When we're talking about teams of 40, 50, 100, 1000 suddenly becomes a really big deal if you were to start to split off and get away from trunk-based development because there's so much extra work that goes into trying to squish all that work back together, right? So, nobody wants to do all the extra stuff that surrounds getting software out there.Corey: It's toil. It feels consistently like it is never standardized so you always have to wind up rolling your own CI/CD thing for whatever it is. And forget between jobs; between different repositories and building things out, it's, “Oh, great. I get to reinvent the wheel some more.” It's frustrating.Tom: [laugh]. It's either that or find somebody else's wheel that they put together and see if you can figure out where all those spokes lead off to. “Is this secure? I don't know.”Corey: How much stuff do you have running in your personal stuff that has more or less been copied around for a decade or so? During the pandemic, I finally decided, all right, you know what I'm doing? That's right, being productive. We should fix that. I'm going to go ahead and redo my shell config—my zshrc—from scratch because, you know, 15 years of technical debt later, a lot of the things I used to really need it to do don't really apply anymore.Let's make it prettier, and let's make it faster. And that was great and all, but just looking through it, it was almost like going back in time for weird shell aliases that I don't need anymore. It's, well, that was super handy when I ran a Ruby production environment, but I haven't done that in seven years, and I haven't been in this specific scenario that one existed for since 2011. So maybe, maybe I can turn that one off.Tom: Yeah, maybe. Maybe we can get rid of that one. I mean, when's the last time you ran npm install on something you were going to try out here and paid attention to the warnings that came up afterward? “Hey, this one's deprecated. That one's deprecated.” Well, let's see if it works first, and then we'll worry about that later.Corey: Exactly. Security problems? Whatever. It's a Lambda function. What do I care?Tom: Yeah, it's fine. [laugh]. Exactly. Yeah. So, a lot of this is hypothetical for someone in my position, too, because I didn't ever get formal training as a software developer. I can copy and paste from Stack Overflow with the best of them and there's all sorts of resources out there, but really the people that we're talking to are the ones who actually live that day in, day out.And so I try to step into their shoes and try to feel that pain. But it's tough. Like, you have to be able to speak both languages and try to relate to people to see what are they actually running into, and is that something that we can help with? I don't know.Corey: The way that I tend to think about these things—and maybe it's accurate, and maybe it's not—it's just, no one shows up hoping to do a terrible job at work today, but we are constrained by a whole bunch of things that are imposed upon us. In some of the more mature environments, some of that is processes there for damn good reasons. “Well, why can't I just push everything I come up with to production?” “It's because we're a bank, genius. How about you think a little bit before you open your mouth?”Other times, it's because well, I have to go and fight with the CI/CD system, and I'm just going to go ahead and patch this one-line change into production. Better processes, better structure have made that a lot more… they've made it a lot easier to be able to do things the right way. But I would say we're nowhere near its final form, yet. There's so much yak-shaving that has to go into building out anything that it's frustrating, on some level, just all of the stuff you have to do, just to get the scaffolding in place to write nonsense. I mean, back when they announced Lambda functions it was, “In the future, the only code you'll write is business logic.”Yeah, well, I use a crap-ton of Lambda here and it feels like most of the code I write is gluing all of the weird formats and interchanges together in different APIs. Not a lot of business logic in that; and awful lot of JSON finickiness.Tom: Yeah, I'm with you. And especially at scale, I still have a hard time wrapping my mind around how all of that extra translation is possibly going to give the same sort of performance and same sort of long-term usability, as opposed to something that just natively speaks the same language end-to-end. So yeah, I agree, there's still some evolution, some standardization that still needs to happen because otherwise we're going to end up with a lot of cruft at various points in the code to, just like you said, translate and make sure we're speaking the same language.Getting back to process though, I spent a good chunk of my career working with companies that are, I would say, a little more conservative, and talking to things like automotive companies, or medical device manufacturers. Very security-conscious, compliant places. And so agile is a four-letter word for them, right, [laugh] where we're going faster automatically means we're being dangerous because what would the change control board say? And so there's absolutely a mental shift that needs to happen on the business side. And developers are fighting this cultural battle, just to try to say, hey, it's better if we can make small iterative changes, there is less risk if we can make small, more iterative changes, and convincing people who have never been exposed to software or know the ins and outs of what it takes to get something from my laptop to the cloud or production or you know, wherever, then that's a battle that needs to be fought before you can even start thinking about the tooling. Living in the Midwest, there's still a lot of people having that conversation.Corey: So, you are clearly deep in the weeds of building and deploying things into production. You're clearly deep into the world of explaining various solutions to different folks, and clearly you have the obvious background for this. You majored in music. Specifically, you got a master's in it. So, other than the obvious parallel of you continue to sing for your supper, how do you get from there to here?Tom: Luck and [laugh]. Natural curiosity. Corey, right now you are sitting on the desk that is also housing my PC gaming computer, right? I've been building computers just to play video games since I was a teenager. And that natural curiosity really came in handy because when I—like many people—realize that oh, no, the career choice that I made when I was 18 ended up being not the career choice that I wanted to pursue for the rest of my life, you have to be able to make a pivot, right, and start to apply some of the knowledge that you got towards some other industries.So, like many folks who are now solutions engineers, there's no degree for solutions engineering, you can't go to school for it; everyone comes from somewhere else. And so in my case, that just happened to be music theory, which was all pedagogy and teaching and breaking down big complex pieces of music into one node at a time, doing analysis, figuring out what's going on underneath the hood. And all of those are transferable skills that go over to software, right? You open up some giant wall of spaghetti code and you have to start following the path and breaking it down because every piece is easy one note at a time, every bit of code—in theory—is easy one line at a time, or one function at a time, one variable at a time. You can continue to break it down further and further, right?So, it's all just taking the transferable skills that you may not see how they get transferred, but then bringing them over to share your unique perspective, because of your background, to wherever it is you're going. In my case, it was tech support, then training, and then solutions engineering.Corey: There's a lot to be said for blending different disciplines. I think that there was, uh, the naughts at least, and possibly into the teens, there was a bias for hiring people who look alike. And no, I'm not referring to the folks who are the white dudes you and I clearly present as but the people with a similar background of, “Oh, you went to these specific schools”—as long as they're Stanford—“And you majored in a narrow list of things”—as long as they're all computer science. And then you wind up going into the following type of role because this is the pedigree we expect and everything, soup to nuts, is aligned around that background and experience. Where you would find people who would be working in the industry for ten years, and they would bomb the interview because it turns out that most of us don't spend our days implementing quicksort on whiteboards or doing other algorithmic-based problems.We're mostly pushing pixels around a screen hoping to make ourselves slightly happier than we were. Here we are. And that becomes a strange world; it becomes a really, really weird moment, and I don't know what the answer is for fixing any of that.Tom: Yeah, well, if you're not already familiar with a quote, you should be, which is that—and I'm going to paraphrase here—but, “Diverse backgrounds lead to diversity in thought,” right? And that presents additional opportunities, additional angles to solve whatever problems you're encountering. And so you're right, you know, we shouldn't be looking for people who have the specific background that we are looking for. How it's described in Accelerate? Can you tell that I read it recently?Which we should be looking for capabilities, right? Are you capable? Do you have the capacity to do the problem-solving, the logic? And of course, some education or experience to prove that, but are you the sort of person who will be able to tackle this challenge? It doesn't matter, right, if you've handled that specific thing before because if you've handled that specific thing before, you're probably going to implement it the same way, again, even if that's not the appropriate solution, this time.So, scrap that and say, let's find the right people, let's find people who can come up with creative solutions to the problems that we're facing. Think about ways to approach it that haven't been done before. Of course don't throw out everything with the—you know, the bathwater out with a baby or whatever that is, but come in with some fresh perspectives and get it done.Corey: I really wish that there was more of an acceptance for that. I think we're getting there. I really do, but it takes time. And it does pay dividends. I mean, that's something I want to talk to you about.I love the sound of my own voice. I wouldn't have two podcasts if I didn't. The counterargument, though, is that there's an awful lot of things that get, you know, challenging, especially when, unlike in a conference setting, it's most people consider it rude to get up and walk out halfway through. When we're talking and presenting information to people during a pandemic situation, well, that changes a lot. What do you do to retain people's interest?Tom: Sure. So, Covid really did a number on anyone who needs to present information or teach. I mean, just ask the millions of elementary, middle school, and high schoolers out there, even the college kids. Everyone who's still getting their education suddenly had to switch to remote learning.Same thing in the professional world. If you are doing trainings, if you're doing implementation, if you're doing demos, if you're trying to convey information to a new audience, it is so easy to get distracted at the computer. I know this firsthand. I'm one of those people where if I'm sitting in an airport lobby and there's a TV on my eyes are glued to that screen. That's me. I have a hard time looking away.And the same thing happens to anyone who's on the receiving end of any sort of information sharing, right? You got Slack blowing you up, you've got email that's pinging you, and that's bound to be more interesting than whatever the person on the screen is saying. And so I felt that very acutely in my job. And there's a couple of good strategies around it, right, which is, we need to be able to make things interactive. We shouldn't be monologuing like I am doing to you right now, Corey.We shouldn't be [laugh] just going off on tangents that are completely irrelevant to whoever's listening. And there's ways to make it more interactive. I don't know if you are familiar, or how much you've watched Twitch, but in my mind, the same sorts of techniques, the same sorts of interactivity that Twitch streamers are doing, we should absolutely be bringing that to the business world. If they can keep the attention of 12-year-olds for hours at a time, why can we not capture the attention of business professionals for an hour-long meeting, right? There's all sorts of techniques and learnings that we can do there.Corey: The problem I keep running into is, if you go stumbling down that pathway into the Twitch streaming model, I found it awkward the few experiments I've made with it because unless I have a whole presentation ready to go and I'm monologuing the whole time, the interactive part with the delay built in and a lot of ‘um' and ‘ah' and waiting and not really knowing how it's going to play out and going seat of the pants, it gets a little challenging in some respects.Tom: Yeah, that's fair. Sometimes it can be challenging. It's risky, but it's also higher reward. Because if you are monologuing the entire time, who's to say that halfway through the content that you are presenting is content that they want to actually hear, right? Obviously, we need to start from some sort of fundamental place and set the stage, say this is the agenda, but at some point, we need to get feedback—similar to software development—we need to know if the direction that we're going is the direction they also want to go.Otherwise, we start diverging at minute 10 and by minute 60, we have presented nothing at all that they actually want to see or want to learn about. So, it's so critical to get that sort of feedback and be able to incorporate it in some way, right? Whether that way is something that you're prepared to directly address. Or if it's something that says, “Hey, we're not on the same page. Let's make sure this is actually a good use of time instead of [laugh] me pretending and listening to myself talk and not taking you into account.” That's critical, right? And that is just as important, even if it feels worse in the moment.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at ChaosSearch. You could run Elasticsearch or Elastic Cloud—or OpenSearch as they're calling it now—or a self-hosted ELK stack. But why? ChaosSearch gives you the same API you've come to know and tolerate, along with unlimited data retention and no data movement. Just throw your data into S3 and proceed from there as you would expect. This is great for IT operations folks, for app performance monitoring, cybersecurity. If you're using Elasticsearch, consider not running Elasticsearch. They're also available now in the AWS marketplace if you'd prefer not to go direct and have half of whatever you pay them count towards your EDB commitment. Discover what companies like Equifax, Armor Security, and Blackboard already have. To learn more, visit chaossearch.io and tell them I sent you just so you can see them facepalm, yet again.Corey: From where I sit, one of the many, many, many problems confronting us is that there's this belief that everyone is like we are. I think that's something fundamental, where we all learn in different ways. I have never been, for example—this sounds heretical sitting here saying it, but why not—I'm not a big podcast person; I don't listen to them very often, just because it's such a different way of consuming information. I think there are strong accessibility reasons for there to be transcripts of podcasts. That's why every 300-and-however-many-odd episodes that this one winds up being the sequence in, every single one of them has a transcript attached to it done by a human.And there's a reason for that. Not just t