Andrew is the Headmaster at Dune Analytics. We talk the modular stack ‒ Andrew gives an accessible overview of account abstraction and intents, the potential for intents as protocol moats, where censorship and centralization might become a risk, and what the future of interacting onchain might look like. - - (00:00) Intro (02:07) Modular Stack (04:00) What is account abstraction? (08:28) What are intents? (14:00) Future of Intents (21:30) Are intents centralized? (24:30) Intents and censorship (29:00) Why is everyone sick of intents? (31:20) Intents as Protocol Moats (35:36) Front-ends as Distribution (43:32) Front-end Moats (45:03) The Back-End of the Modular Stack (47:15) Wrapping Up - - Follow Andrew: https://twitter.com/andrewhong5297 Follow Chase: https://twitter.com/chaserchapman Follow On the Other Side: https://twitter.com/ontheOSpod Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pJInKm Subscribe on Apple: https://apple.co/3M7wHbP Subscribe on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3pMRbiM - - Disclaimer: Nothing said on On The Other Side is a recommendation to buy or sell securities or tokens. This podcast is for informational purposes only, and any views expressed by anyone on the show are solely our opinions, not financial advice. Chase and our guests may hold positions in the companies, funds, or projects discussed.
This week, Cindy Juyong Ok talks with Cathy Park Hong, who has published three volumes of poetry and the collection of essays Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Hong introduces us to a new selection from “Spring and All,” featured in the September 2023 issue of Poetry. She discusses how feeling like a “shit mom” during the early days of the pandemic has influenced her new writing, as did the work of other artists and writers who address “failing” at motherhood, like that of visual artist Tala Madani and her “Shit Moms” series.
Some days we can feel bogged down with the struggles that come with having an ADHD brain, but that's when I want you to remind yourself of the ways your brain learns differently and how you can respond to that difference to potentially enjoy something you once found boring. You are very cabable of doing anything you set your mind to, but you just may need to find an alternate route to get there! In this episode, you will hear from fellow author Sivan Hong, who has written a series of children's books called "The Super Fun Day Series" geared towards kiddos up through about 3rd grade. This series covers a variety of topics around navigating how neurodivergent kids overcome challenges they are faced with, like going to school on Monday morning!! Such a relatable series that you should check out and share with your child's school too. Sivan shares her story and how she personally faced the challenge of reading and spelling as a child, but through investigating different ways her brain learned best (reading audio books) she discovered a newfound love for reading, later becoming a college professor!! Her message is simple...you CAN do ANYTHING when you put the right tools and strategies in place that work best for YOUR brilliant brain!! You can find Sivan on IG @sivan_hong_author or on her website at www.sivanhong.com. You can also visit my website www.katelynmabry.com for more resources, to get my children's book, chech out coaching opportunities with me, or to stay connected via social media platforms. Have a wonderful week! Love you all!
Steve Hong of Kingdom Rice, with co-host DJ Chuang, really get into the hefty topic of shame and honor cultures, the value of our origin stories, how God reverses our shame and elevates us to a place of honor, and much more. We can't cover everything in 30 minutes, but we sure covered more about shame and honor than the average episode, with plenty of bibliographical citations sprinkled throughout. Level up for this meaty conversation about honor and shame. Show notes at https://erasingshame.com/reversing-shame-and-receiving-honor/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/erasingshame/message
So, what's your brand? Answer that question, and you'll likely mention your color palette, tagline, logo, and perhaps a descriptor or two (We're playful! But also very professional!). Done and done, right? Not so fast. Your brand can and should be so much more than that.
This week on Heroes Three podcast we are closing out our summer of G with the beginning of the Reiwa era! Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi bring to us their take on Godzilla with 2016's Shin Godzilla! Full cast and credits at Wikizilla. Find us online - https://linktr.ee/Heroes3Podcast Email us! - firstname.lastname@example.org Check out some H3 art and merch! - https://www.teepublic.com/user/kf_carlito Full blogpost here! - https://heroes3podcast.blogspot.com/2023/09/115-shin-godzilla.html Great Disasters podcast covers the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami and the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. Animatronic Shin Goji Clip Kaiju Masterclass Talks Godzilla Redacted, a History of Military Oversight in Kaiju Film! Timestamps (0:00) Intro (1:09) Why Shin Godzilla (11:38) Marty's thoughts (17:00) The movie is divisive (31:50) Back of the VHS (32:38) Movie recap (1:35:00) Thoughts on whole Godzilla Arc (1:43:22) Plugs and training for next week
14 films into Hong's filmography, has ABBA finally seen a great film, or are they still all "eh-to-yup-pretty-good"? Will B let sniffling stop her from talking too much? Is ABBA seriously going to Europe next month? The answer to one of these questions is no.
You big mad, aren't you? Aren't you? Are you? Am I? Do you even know if you're mad or not? Do you know if repressed anger might be holding you back from capturing all of the abundance that should in fact be coming your way? In this episode, I have the pleasure of talking with Po Hong Yu all about how to get into your body and use it as a guide to pinpoint how to release repressed anger that repressed anger that is keeping you from reaching your fullest potential. If you think that you have more to do and capture and live and experience in life than what you are being blocked from right now, then, my friend, this episode is for you. Key Topics [00:02:04] Radical authenticity and rebirth in entrepreneurship [00:11:49] Po-Hong shares stories of abandonment wounds, body disassociation, rape, trauma, and her healing journey [00:13:45] Seeking therapy, struggling with numbness and sexual issues [00:16:54] How Po-Hong overcame addiction and increased aliveness [00:29:28] Po-Hong's Taoist somatic techniques for using Yin energy to alchemize and clear anger [00:32:05] How to recognize if your unconscious anger is causing you mental, physical, and financial harm [00:43:17] The importance of understanding different manifestations of anger About Po-Hong Yu Po-Hong Yu is an Emotional Alchemist, Somatic Healer, Medicine Woman, and the host of the Tao of Po Podcast. She guides women in their rebirthing journey and expanding their capacity to love, trust, receive, and be expressed. The foundation of her teachings is based in Taoism, energetics, and the practice of surrendering to the human experience and divine flow of nature. Her experience as an acupuncturist brings a holistic approach to her work where she integrates the physical, emotional, mental, and energetic realms. Her offerings range from group programs to in-person deep dives to VIP immersions. All of Po-Hong's work is devoted to the remembrance of who we are and living from that place. You can learn more about her and her work at www.taoofpo.com. Where to Find Po-Hong Yu Website: www.taoofpo.com RIP Resentment Group Program: https://www.taoofpo.com/rip-resentment-course Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pohong.yu/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pohong.yu/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pohongyu/ About Aleya Harris Aleya Harris, CPCE is the spark for your spark (TM). She is a powerhouse StoryBrand Certified Guide, BioEnergetic Business Consultant, empire-building CEO of The Evolution Collective Inc., host of the Radical Rebirth Retreat, LLC, host of the award-winning Flourishing Entrepreneur Podcast, and international award-winning speaker. She's committed to helping entrepreneurs, executives, leadership teams, and thought leaders differentiate themselves through radically authentic strategy, coaching, and training. Get Your Recalibration Guide There is a lot of information in this episode that will help you get into greater energetic alignment to boost your glow and cash flow... but it doesn't even scratch the surface. To dive in, download the 25+ page Recalibration Guide at www.aleyaharris.com/recalibrate Connect with Aleya Harris Speaking & Media: www.aleyaharris.com The Evolution Collective Inc.: www.evolutioncollective.com Radical Rebirth Retreat, LLC: www.radicalrebirthretreat.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aleyaharris/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aleyaharris/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thealeyaharris
The Chapter 38 poetry review of Hong lou meng (Dream of the Red Chamber, Story of the Stone) continues!Note: as indicated in the episode, some “creative” post-production editing was performed in order to improve upon and to correct elements of our original commentary.Also note: The Greek painter whose name escapes Kevin in the episode is Parrhasius!Final note: The Leonard Cohen song briefly in question is "Tower of Song."
HashKey cryptocurrency exchange is a Hong Kong-based exchange that was founded in 2018. It is a regulated exchange, which means that it has been authorized by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) of Hong Kong to operate.In August 2023, HashKey announced that it would be launching Bitcoin and Ether trading services for retail clients. This is a significant milestone for the exchange, as it is the first crypto exchange in Hong Kong to gain regulatory approval for extending crypto trading services to retail investors.The other tradable tokens on HashKey Exchange include Polygon ($MATIC) and Avalanche ($AVAX). These are both popular altcoins that have been growing in popularity in recent months.HashKey Exchange's decision to launch retail trading services is a sign of the growing acceptance of cryptocurrencies in Hong Kong. The SFC has been gradually warming up to cryptocurrencies in recent years, and this move by HashKey is likely to further legitimize the industry in the eyes of regulators and investors.Here are some other details about HashKey Exchange's retail trading services:The minimum investment amount is HK$10,000.Investors will only be allowed to invest up to 30% of their net worth into cryptocurrencies.The exchange will offer a variety of features to help investors manage their risk, such as stop-loss orders and margin trading.HashKey Exchange will also provide educational resources to help investors learn about cryptocurrencies.The launch of retail trading services by HashKey Exchange is a positive development for the cryptocurrency industry in Hong Kong. It is a sign that the regulatory environment is becoming more supportive of cryptocurrencies, and it is likely to attract more investors to the market.
COVID cases nationwide and in California are increasing at summer's end. The state's positivity rate from PCR tests is almost 12% as of mid-August, and wastewater data indicate that the new omicron subvariant, EG.5, is on the rise. But reported case rates are still far below peaks from last winter; UCSF's Dr. Peter Chin-Hong told the San Francisco Chronicle, “people should not be worried but should not tune out.” We'll learn more with Dr. Chin-Hong and hear about the new fall booster and the latest research into long COVID and take your COVID questions. Guests: Dr. Peter Chin-Hong M.D., infectious disease specialist, UCSF Medical Center
It's 2D CON TIME! Come help Evan celebrate with 2 past guests from the best local (to the MegaDads) game show around. KinnikuMao and Howard Hong are back to join Evan and MegaDad Will to talk Final Fantasy 16, Cursed To Golf, Pretty Pretty Dictator and con child care. End Music Credit: Cursed to Golf Soundtrack - A Fore-tuitous Meeting (Scottsman Theme)
This week on Heroes Three podcast we are making our way into the Millennium series of Godzilla films with Shusuke Kaneko's vengeful take on the big G, Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidora: Giant Monster's All-Out Attack! Full cast and credits at Wikizilla. Find us online - https://linktr.ee/Heroes3Podcast Email us! - email@example.comDownload the episode here! Check out some H3 art and merch! - https://www.teepublic.com/user/kf_carlito Full blog post with gifs! Kaiju Masterclass Interviews Shusuke Kaneko! Gamera 2 Trailer(the best) Timestamps (0:00) Intro (1:13) Why GMK (5:05) Godzilla '98 (6:40) Japan response (10:20) Biollante is Jurassic Park, GMK is Anaconda (11:25) Sets and CG (14:42) Back of the VHS (15:33) Movie recap (1:26:38) Final thoughts (1:31:07) Plugs and training for next week
In Passionate Work: Endurance after the Good Life (Duke UP, 2022), Renyi Hong theorizes the notion of being "passionate about your work" as an affective project that encourages people to endure economically trying situations like unemployment, job change, repetitive and menial labor, and freelancing. Not simply a subject of aspiration, passion has been deployed as a means to build resilience and mend disappointments with our experiences of work. Tracking the rise of passion in nineteenth-century management to trends like gamification, coworking, and unemployment insurance, Hong demonstrates how passion can emerge in instances that would not typically be understood as passionate. Gamification numbs crippling boredom by keeping call center workers in an unthinking, suspensive state, pursuing even the most banal tasks in hope of career advancement. Coworking spaces marketed toward freelancers combat loneliness and disconnection at the precise moment when middle-class sureties are profoundly threatened. Ultimately, Hong argues, the ideal of passionate work sustains a condition of cruel optimism in which passion is offered as the solution for the injustices of contemporary capitalism. Hong is assistant professor in the Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore. He is interested in labor and its relationships with affect, technology and capitalism. His works can be found in Social Text, New Media & Society, European Journal of Cultural Studies, among others. Tom Discenna is Professor of Communication at Oakland University whose work examines issues of academic labor and communicative labor more broadly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Occidental College's Dr. Jane Hong is working on a new book that uses the history of Asian American evangelicals as a lens to explore the intersections of race, religion, and politics since the 1970s. The fact that I came of age on the West Coast during this period as an Asian American evangelical pastor, leader, and seminary adjunct made me keenly interested to pick Dr. Hong's brain.