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Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?
Scorned: Love Kills - Desperate Housewife

Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 42:02


A bored housewife gets a job as a stripper and begins a sultry double life. While her husband is working she brings home acquaintances from her new job for sexual escapades. When one of her flings turns more serious, a sinister plan emerges.If you're loving Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry? check out a new podcast from ID, Scorned: Love Kills. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
Episode 319: The Somerton Man Part 1

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 70:58


The Somerton Man case is one that has confounded Australia for almost 75 years now. It all started when an unidentifiable man was found dead on Somerton Beach. The man had no wallet, no form of ID, there was no name written inside of his clothing as would have been typical for the time. And it seemed like all of this was on purpose. Things in the case only got stranger when a tiny rolled up piece of paper was found in a hidden fob pocket in the man's jacket. The words on the paper read “Tamam Shud” and were later determined to have been ripped out of a book of poetry written in the 11th century: The Rubaiyat. In part one we'll dip our toes into the mystery and in part two Ash will be taking everyone to the deep end of the pool for a serious dive into who the heck this man could possibly be and what the heck happened to him. As always, thank you to our sponsors: Native:  Go to Nativedeo.com/morbid, or use promo code morbid at checkout, and get twenty percent off your first order. ShipStation: Sign up using promo code MORBID for a FREE 60-day trial today at ShipStation.com and start saving with every shipment.  That's 2 whole months of discounted shipping, absolutely free! Noom: Start building better habits today. Sign up for your trial at Noom.com/MORBID Notion: Learn more and get started for free at notion.com/morbid Pretty Liter: Go to PrettyLitter.com and use code morbid to save twenty percent on your first order.

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, The babies of the nation are screaming again today because the lack of baby formula nationwide is hitting home

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 11:00


Live from the No Panic Zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America—God Bless You and let's do this! This is the Steve Gruber show— the Ultra MAGA express train to truth! Get on lets roll!   Here are three big things you need to know right now—   ONE— Russia is losing in Ukraine—and they are also running out of soldiers and missiles—depending on who you trust on the matter—   TWO— News today—of yet another Democrat Senator suffering a stroke—that will leave him out of action for at least a week or two—what is going on with so many Dems stroking out?   THREE— The babies of the nation are screaming again today—because the lack of baby formula nationwide is hitting home OR maybe it's because Joe Biden is President which would make most grown men cry—Just not me—it makes me angry— and it makes me steadfast and I want you to embrace the same resolve I have today —because my friends we are not going to take back this country sitting on the damn couch! We must stand up—we must be proud and we must be heard!   Are you with me?   It is time to stand up and be heard my friends—it is time to tell Joe Biden—Bernie Sanders—Nancy Pelosi—Barack Obama—AOC—The squad— and the rest of the Socialists clamoring to put the globalists in charge of the United States—we are not buying it— not one bit—   The laundry list of failures grows by the day—the failing economy—and the soaring inflation—driving average gas prices above $6 a gallon in California—and above $5 dollars a gallon in several more states—   We are truly at a watershed moment my friends and the question you have to ask—is are you going to sit there and run your mouth—and tap out mean messages on social media—or are you going to get into the arena—just like the 26th President of the United States—Teddy Roosevelt talked about—   Are you willing to roll up your sleeves—get dirty—get knocked down and get back up? Because I can guarantee you this—I have been watching the left my entire life—and they never quit—no matter how badly they get crushed in elections like 1994 or 2010—they re-group and they start leaching back into the national conversation again—   Like your favorite leftist whack job and mine—Neil Young told us—Rust Never Sleeps—and neither do socialists—they will be putting together new rent-a-riots for this coming weekend—to declare America a horrible—racist and unfair place—while at the same time rationalizing the dismemberment of full term babies as somehow protected under the Constitution— they will do that for political power—because they have no shame—   It is time my friends to reject the failure of this President and his administration to make sure there is enough formula to feed our nation's children— and enough strength to take this nation back—   It's time—   We must reject gas prices at all time record highs while the socialists are crushing the American energy sector –that should be setting the standard for the rest of the world—   Reject censorship—human trafficking—a dishonest national media—an unchecked invasion at the southern border—   Its time to say we will not allow you to teach our kids to hate each other amy more—we will say no to defunding the police and weak willed George Soros prosecutors—who release violent criminals and step aside as violent crime explodes and blood runs in our streets like never before—   We will not blindly follow you to war in Ukraine, Somalia or anywhere else—we reject the Ministry of Truth and the idea that the government can do anything better than the rest of us—except to build machines to kill—on a mass scale—   We flatly reject government surveillance of our phones, our computers, our cars, our bank accounts and our lives—back off—because we have had enough—   We will not sit here quietly while you destroy the American farm and the American family— we will not be intimidated by your thug tactics or your bogus slogans—or your big lies—   We demand voter ID—poll watchers—and accountability at every level—we will fight back against your insanity—and we will have election integrity—   And we will defend The United States of America—at every turn—no matter what it takes—we will defend the right to free speech—the right to bear arms—the right to be free of government intervention in our lives—and we will treat the Constitution of this nation as it should be treated —as the greatest document for human freedom and liberty in the history of the world—because it is—and we all know that!   We will not stand here and let you divide us anymore—and we will reject those that try—   We are many things—we are black and we are white—we are men and women—short and tall—some are thin and some are not—we come from backroads and back alleys—and we are in this together—   Because my friends—we are Americans—and that means something to me—in fact beyond God and my amazing family—it means everything—   So, I say to you again—are you with me?   Do not allow yourself to get down—I need you now more than ever—I need you to save this nation with me—together we can do this—we can rise above and we can reject the socialists in favor of that shining city on a hill—because that is today—more than ever what America still is—and always will be—BUT we must defend her from those that would tear her down—   Are you with me? Ask yourself— are you with me?  

Move Forth: The Podcast
DAY 98: Read the Bible in a Year

Move Forth: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 26:44


Hello and welcome to Move Forth With Grace!  The podcast where we will read the Bible in a year.  I believe that God has placed this on my heart and I am so excited to see where this takes us this year.  I have prayed for Him to show me how I can be of service to Him alone and I believe that this is one of the ways.  I want to first of all say that I am not an expert in Theology or Church History and I never will claim to be.  I am a 43 year old woman who has been reborn and want to be of service to Him in gratitude for calling me back home.  The version of the Bible that I will be reading from is The Founder's Bible and it is a New American Standard Version and includes historical documents from our founding fathers and how they were inspired by the word of God when they were forming our country.  You can find your copy here if you would like:www.foundersbible.orgI will be using the Five Day Bible Reading Plan:www.fivedaybiblereading.comToday's episode is brought to you by Never Bands.  These are medical freedom bracelets that I created and teamed up with a medical ID company in Texas so that you and your children can band together to preserve freedom and to stand in opposition to the enforcement of these experimental C19 injections.  Order yours here today:www.neverbands.shopThis episode is also brought to you by the Move Forth brand that encompasses freedom, health, and grace.  I was given the words when I enrolled to become a Health and Life Coach in 2017 and they hit my soul deeply and I had no idea why.  "Move Forth Into Your Being and Leave Your Doing Behind."  We are created in God's image perfectly and fearfully and wonderfully.  There is nothing that we need to do to earn that...He simply gives it to us.  I have tips and resources and merchandise available on my website for you here and you can also join the Move Forth with Grace Community:www.move-forth.comThank you for being here....thank you for becoming less like you and more like Jesus.May you Move Forth with Grace today!Connect with me here:https://campsite.bio/moveforthSupport the show

Roast! West Coast
S5:E5 - Ian Nelson, Quality Control & Green Buyer, DOMA Coffee: An Interview

Roast! West Coast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 51:08


In the 5th episode of Season 5, Ian Nelson of DOMA Coffee in Post Falls, ID joins the show to talk about his coffee journey and path to becoming a Q-Grader. Follow @domacoffee on Instagram or head to https://www.domacoffee.com/ to learn more about the company and shop for coffee. Some music courtesy of Ian Nelson and https://kadabraband.bandcamp.com/ Support this show by SUBSCRIBING to the newsletter and choosing the paid subscription at: https://roastwestcoast.substack.com/subscribe Head to www.roastwestcoast.com for show recaps, coffee education, guest list and coffee news. Follow us on Instagram: @RoastWestCoast or Facebook: @RoastWestCoast ROAST! West Coast is a new podcast bringing together a community of coffee lovers in Southern California. Host Ryan Woldt interviews local roastery founders, roasters, coffee shop experts, farmers, green coffee brokers and more about their coffee origin stories, how they've dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, why they love coffee and much more. If you love coffee, entrepreneurship, shopping local and learn how things get made and why things are done a certain way you will love ROAST! West Coast presented by One Wild Life Co. We dive deep into the hyper-local coffee region of Southern California with the help of Industry Legacy Partners including: Ignite Coffee Company, Steady State Roasting, Zumbar Coffee & Tea, Marea Coffee, Mostra Coffee, Cafe LaTerre, First Light Whiskey, Camp Coffee, and Cape Horn Coffee. Plus, Coffee Smarter Experts Chris O'Brien of Coffee Cycle, Siri Simran Khalsa, Executive Director of Lofty Coffee, Jared Hales, Founder and Green Coffee Buyer at Hacea Coffee Source rejoin the show as recurring guests to answer all our coffee questions. Check out NPR's list of humanitarian aid groups supporting the Ukraine here: https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help Support Women's reproductive rights with a donation to the National Network of Abortion Funds here: https://abortionfunds.org/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roastwestcoast/support

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Discovery Institute Podcasts: Origin-of-Life Mystery at the University of Tokyo, Pt. 2

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022


Today's ID the Future is Part 2 of physicist Brian Miller exploring a recent report from the University of Tokyo claiming a big breakthrough in origin-of-life research. Source

Intelligent Design the Future
Origin-of-Life Mystery at the University of Tokyo, Pt. 2

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 16:59


Today's ID the Future is Part 2 of physicist Brian Miller exploring a recent report from the University of Tokyo claiming a big breakthrough in origin-of-life research. As Miller and host Eric Anderson make clear, the university's laboratory work on RNA, detailed in a recent Nature Communications article, involved the intelligent interference of the lab scientists and, despite this intelligent interference, the devolution of RNA rather than the evolution of increasing RNA sophistication. Miller says that it's ironic that Steven Novella, a scientist committed to puncturing science hype, seems to have fallen for the hype surrounding this laboratory work. Miller and Anderson go on to discuss critiques of origin-of-life tall-tale claims, critiques coming Robert Shapiro, James Tour, and others. Life, Read More › Source

Matt & Ramona Off Air
Ramona Wants To Marry Costco!

Matt & Ramona Off Air

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 15:14


On this episode of the Matt & Ramona OFF AIR Podcast, Ramona shares a personal story of another traveling experience that just went completely south for her. She talks about how she lost her ID to travel via Airport but a Costco membership ID came to her rescue! Check out this hilarious story on OFF AIR.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Move Forth: The Podcast
DAY 97: Read the Bible in a Year

Move Forth: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 26:01


Hello and welcome to Move Forth With Grace!  The podcast where we will read the Bible in a year.  I believe that God has placed this on my heart and I am so excited to see where this takes us this year.  I have prayed for Him to show me how I can be of service to Him alone and I believe that this is one of the ways.  I want to first of all say that I am not an expert in Theology or Church History and I never will claim to be.  I am a 43 year old woman who has been reborn and want to be of service to Him in gratitude for calling me back home.  The version of the Bible that I will be reading from is The Founder's Bible and it is a New American Standard Version and includes historical documents from our founding fathers and how they were inspired by the word of God when they were forming our country.  You can find your copy here if you would like:www.foundersbible.orgI will be using the Five Day Bible Reading Plan:www.fivedaybiblereading.comToday's episode is brought to you by Never Bands.  These are medical freedom bracelets that I created and teamed up with a medical ID company in Texas so that you and your children can band together to preserve freedom and to stand in opposition to the enforcement of these experimental C19 injections.  Order yours here today:www.neverbands.shopThis episode is also brought to you by the Move Forth brand that encompasses freedom, health, and grace.  I was given the words when I enrolled to become a Health and Life Coach in 2017 and they hit my soul deeply and I had no idea why.  "Move Forth Into Your Being and Leave Your Doing Behind."  We are created in God's image perfectly and fearfully and wonderfully.  There is nothing that we need to do to earn that...He simply gives it to us.  I have tips and resources and merchandise available on my website for you here and you can also join the Move Forth with Grace Community:www.move-forth.comThank you for being here....thank you for becoming less like you and more like Jesus.May you Move Forth with Grace today!Connect with me here:https://campsite.bio/moveforthSupport the show

Mint Arrow Messages
The Heartbeat in Your Business with Rio Grange

Mint Arrow Messages

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 47:02


Rio Grange lives in the small town of Hailey, ID with her husband and three children, where they appreciate the slower pace and beautiful mountain community. In the spring of 2018, she founded Work + Wonder, where her devotion to God meets her passion for design. Weaving together her roles as a mother, artist, and business owner has been a beautifully chaotic journey—full of countless lessons learned and tender mercies along the way. Today Rio and I get to have a chat all about her “why” behind Work and Wonder, how she feels God nudged her to really start this work, how the gospel has helped her deal with real life challenges, including losing her dad to suicide, and how she's now honoring his memory with a beautiful table book just in time for Father's Day. This interview left me feeling spiritually full to the brim and I hope it does for you, too.   Time Stamps: [00:57] - Rio Grange's two greatest passions are graphic design and the gospel. [03:15] - Rio talks about being nervous to go into business. How did she make her final decision? [06:10] - When you feel compelled to do something, negative narratives may come to disrupt you. [07:52] - How did Rio stick to her idea of starting a magazine? [10:08] - Rio hopes to make the magazine more “community created”.  [11:40] - Things aren't always easy, but it's worth it. [13:46] - Rio says she is grateful for the bond she continues to develop with her community through positivity and vulnerability. [16:02] - What helps Rio be compassionate to other people's stories? [17:36] - Rio recalls a part of her life that is an exercise of vulnerability. [20:00] - You never know who will resonate with the story you share. [22:25] - You don't need to be perfect. Imperfections help connect us. [24:18] - If you're going to chase something, chase the right priorities. [26:25] - The more we trust the Lord, the more the Lord can work in our favor. [28:24] - The power of simple faith. [30:54] - What inspired Rio's table book? [33:38] - Rio talks about remembering the root of God's creation. How did this influence her content? [36:33] - Rio gives a shout out to her sister for helping with the book. [38:14] - What are Rio's thoughts on the connection between God and nature? [40:57] - Corrine expresses her feelings on combining content and spirituality. [42:53] - Never underestimate small efforts. [44:40] - Rio talks about staying connected to the community.   Supporting Resources: IG @work.and.wonder Work and Wonder site

The Earful Tower: Paris
The 10th arrondissement of Paris: The melting pot

The Earful Tower: Paris

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 36:19


The 10th arrondissement feels like the centre of everything. People spill into the streets from the Gare du Nord station, one of the busiest rail terminals in the world, and mingle into a melting pot of old Paris, new Paris, and cultural offerings from around the world. The district also features an intriguing museum of handheld fans, a delightful art nouveau restaurant, and the authentic Paris picnic spot: the Canal Saint-Martin.  The Earful Tower podcast episode This podcast episode on the 10th district of Paris includes an interview with Nico Alary who runs the ever-popular Holybelly restaurants, and Alex Toledano, the art consultant who literally wrote the book on the 10th… and our final ranking on the district out of 100.  Video guide to the 10th arrondissement We'll share our visit, in video format, on our YouTube channel in the coming days. We'll be making one of these travel vlogs every week, so be sure to subscribe (you can do it in one click via this link).  The Earful Tower's guide to the 11th arrondissement Restaurants: Bouillon Julien @bouillinjulienparis  Address: 16 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Holybelly @holybellycafe  Address: 5 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Bakeries: Du Pain et des Idées @dupainetdesidees Address: 34 Rue Yves Toudic, 75010  Sain Boulangerie @sain_boulangerie  Address: 15 Rue Marie et Louise, 75010 DonAntónia Pastelaria @donantonia_pastelaria Address: 8 Rue de la Grange aux Belles, 75010 Drinks/Bars: Le Syndicat @lesyndicat  Address: 51 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Chez Jeanette @chezjeannette  Address: 47 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Divine @bar_divine  Address: 61 Rue d'Hauteville, 75010 Coffee: Ten Belles - Paris 10 @tenbelles Address: 10 Rue de la Grange aux Belles, 75010 More things to find in the 10th: Explore the canal area, have a picnic. Canal Saint Martin Musée de l'Éventail (Fan Museum) @museedeleventail  Address: 2 Bd de Strasbourg, 75010 Porte Saint-Denis Address: Boulevard St Denis, 75010 Porte Saint Martin Address: 18 Bd Saint-Martin, 75010 Music: A Pres Maxson version of "Canal Saint Martin" by Maria Remusat.

AAMVAcast
AAMVAcast - Episode 103 - Lessons from Business Improv

AAMVAcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 30:50


In this episode, we speak with Bob Kulhan, CEO, Senior Faculty & Founder of Business Improv, about how lessons from improvisation can improve communications.  Host: Ian Grossman Producer: Claire Jeffrey & Chelsey Hadwin Music: Gibson Arthur This episode is brought to you by GET Mobile ID by GET Group North America, the smart choice for ID implementations. Put citizens in control with GET Mobile ID. Fully ISO compliant 18013-5 and surpasses AAMVA guidelines. Learn more at getgroupna.com.

Moscow Sermons
Acts #4: Unshakeable Foundation // Adam McElderry // May 15, 2022

Moscow Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:53


Honesty can exist without integrity, but integrity cannot exist without honesty. Real Life is a Christian church reaching the world for Jesus, one person at a time, in Moscow, ID. You can catch our services in-person or online every Sunday at 9 and 11 AM. Watch Live: liferotp.live Online Giving: liferotp.com/give Facebook: facebook.com/liferotp Instagram: instagram.com/liferotp

Move Forth: The Podcast
DAY 96: Read the Bible in a Year

Move Forth: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 23:43


Hello and welcome to Move Forth With Grace!  The podcast where we will read the Bible in a year.  I believe that God has placed this on my heart and I am so excited to see where this takes us this year.  I have prayed for Him to show me how I can be of service to Him alone and I believe that this is one of the ways.  I want to first of all say that I am not an expert in Theology or Church History and I never will claim to be.  I am a 43 year old woman who has been reborn and want to be of service to Him in gratitude for calling me back home.  The version of the Bible that I will be reading from is The Founder's Bible and it is a New American Standard Version and includes historical documents from our founding fathers and how they were inspired by the word of God when they were forming our country.  You can find your copy here if you would like:www.foundersbible.orgI will be using the Five Day Bible Reading Plan:www.fivedaybiblereading.comToday's episode is brought to you by Never Bands.  These are medical freedom bracelets that I created and teamed up with a medical ID company in Texas so that you and your children can band together to preserve freedom and to stand in opposition to the enforcement of these experimental C19 injections.  Order yours here today:www.neverbands.shopThis episode is also brought to you by the Move Forth brand that encompasses freedom, health, and grace.  I was given the words when I enrolled to become a Health and Life Coach in 2017 and they hit my soul deeply and I had no idea why.  "Move Forth Into Your Being and Leave Your Doing Behind."  We are created in God's image perfectly and fearfully and wonderfully.  There is nothing that we need to do to earn that...He simply gives it to us.  I have tips and resources and merchandise available on my website for you here and you can also join the Move Forth with Grace Community:www.move-forth.comThank you for being here....thank you for becoming less like you and more like Jesus.May you Move Forth with Grace today!Connect with me here:https://campsite.bio/moveforthSupport the show

Conservative Business Journal Podcast
My Wife Just Shocked Me

Conservative Business Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 15:12


In this episode of the CBJ Real News Podcast Show, John Di Lemme shares why he was shocked by what his wife told him.   ✅ Want More *Real News* go to... http://www.ConservativeBusinessJournal.com/updateme ✅ How to Bulletproof Your Identity from Thieves The #1 Secret Weapon to Protect Your Identity from Online Scammers (and we use it too!) Yes, it blows away all of the other ID protection programs that you're likely thinking of! Interested in knowing about it? Let us know... Call/Text (561) 847-3467 Right Now and say "ID Theft" ✅ The #1 Secret on How to CANCEL the Cancel Culture is to support Conservative Business Owners and Entrepreneurs by going to www.ConservativeMarketplace.com Thank you for the Support! We are Always Open and WE LOVE PATRIOTS! Plus we offer a Mask Free – Vax Free Shopping Experience. Now go Shop away at over 150 Items in the Conservative Marketplace…www.ConservativeMarketplace.com ✅ Subscribe to John Di Lemme's Clouthub Channel and be notified of all LIVE Shows at https://clouthub.com/c/cbjrealnews ✅ Follow John Di Lemme and the CBJ Real News on Telegram at https://t.me/cbjrealnews ✅ Support Patriot Mike Lindell and Receive Up to 66% Off Your Entire Order… Go to www.MyPillow.com/cbj and use Promo Code CBJ to receive your INSTANT Savings!  

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Discovery Institute Podcasts: Biologist Michael Denton: Paradigm Shifts

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022


On this classic ID the Future from the vault, biologist Michael Denton reflects on paradigm shifts in science he's witnessed in his lifetime and how his own thinking has changed. Source

Intelligent Design the Future
Biologist Michael Denton: Paradigm Shifts

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 13:22


On this classic ID the Future from the vault, biologist Michael Denton reflects on paradigm shifts in science he's witnessed in his lifetime and how his own thinking has changed. He also looks at how these shifts challenge Darwinian evolution in new ways. Denton is the author of the new book The Miracle of Man: The Fine Tuning of Nature for Human Existence. Get a copy today. Source

Nightmare Next Door
Murder 101

Nightmare Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 42:19


Residents are struck with fear when the strangled body of 21-year-old Susan Schumake is found in Carbondale, Illinois. Lack of evidence stumps cops for more than two decades, but new technology leads detectives in a direction they never expected.Season 2, Episode 7 originally aired on ID on 3/25/2012Stream full episodes of Nightmare Next Door on discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/nightmarenextdoor to start your 7-day free trial today. Terms apply. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

United Church of God Sermons
What Do the Animals Teach Us?

United Church of God Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 59:58


By Paul Moody in Clearwater Valley, ID, Kennewick, WA, Kettle Falls, WA, Spokane, WA - May 7, 2022 - All of creation teaches us about God. Various animals have important traits from which we can learn and emulate while other animals can achieve amazing feats with training. The care God takes of the animals also proves His care for us and shows the greatness of our Awesome God.

Made You Think
75: Data & Control: Seeing Like A State

Made You Think

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 104:07


"The despot is not a man. It is the Plan. The correct, realistic, exact plan, the one that will provide your solution once the problem has been posited clearly, in its entirety, in its indispensable harmony. This plan has been drawn up well away from the frenzy in the mayor's office or the town hall, from the cries of the electorate or the laments of society's victims. It has been drawn up by serene and lucid minds. It has taken account of nothing but human truths. It has ignored all current regulations, all existing usages, and channels. It has not considered whether or not it could be carried out with the constitution now in force. It is a biological creation destined for human beings and capable of realization by modern techniques."   Welcome back to another episode of Made You Think! In this episode, Nat and Neil are joined by Adil Majid to discuss their key takeaways from Seeing Like a State by James C. Scott. This book discusses how states seek to make the territory more legible in order to guide its functioning. However, this planned social order often disregards vital features of any real, functioning social order. How do certain schemes to improve the human condition end up failing?   We cover a wide range of topics including: Government's desire for legibility vs. local control and power Infinite coastline paradox The importance of feedback loops and adaptability in a system How high modernism has been implemented and why those implementations have failed Connections between the book and cryptocurrency   And much more. Please enjoy, and make sure to follow Nat, Neil, and Adil on Twitter and share your thoughts on the episode.   Links from the Episode:   Mentioned in the show: High modernism (5:58) Window tax (20:25) The Blind Cafe - San Francisco (35:32) The Infinite Coastline (43:22) Rise Roar Revolt (1:07:14) India's Economy Hinges on the Return of Workers Who Fled to Their Villages (1:14:58) Stepn (1:31:38) Will STEPN Bring Crypto to the Masses? (1:36:23) Slate Star Codex Book Review (1:40:57)  A Big Little Idea Called Legibility (1:42:25) The Intellectual Yet Idiot (1:42:36) Books Mentioned: Seeing Like a State Extreme Ownership (22:31) (Nat's Book Notes) Scale (23:19) (Book Episode) (Nat's Book Notes) Four Thousand Weeks (37:47) Merchants of Doubt (49:49) (Nat's Book Notes) The Fourth Turning (1:08:55) (Book Episode)  The Dictator's Handbook (1:20:43) (Book Episode) (Nat's Book Notes) The Conscience of a Conservative (1:39:43) People Mentioned: Nassim Taleb (9:06) Jocko Willink (22:32) Geoffrey West (23:19) Arthur Hayes (1:26:28) Barry Goldwater (1:39:44)   Show Topics: 1:04 Today we're joined by Adil Majid (previously in episodes #7, #33, #34, #35, #71, #74) to cover Seeing Like a State by James C. Scott. There's often an assumption that it's the fault of the people when planned systems fail, when really it's the fault of the governing body implementing these rigid systems.   5:58 There are a few major concepts in the book. One of these main concepts is legibility. A state needs to understand what's happening on the ground and also needs a way to measure it. Scientific forestry as a way to produce timber more efficiently.   11:56 “Thus, plants that are valued become "crops," the species that compete with them are stigmatized as "weeds," and the insects that ingest them are stigmatized as "pests."”    Scott argues that there's more variables than any of the high modernists can understand. A high modernist cannot acknowledge that there are more variables than they know, and that they are not in full control of those variables. You can't adjust one variable and be able to fully predict all the effects.   15:01 One of the mistakes of the high modernist desire for legibility is confusing the visual external order with internal underlying order and structure. Things can have a deep sensible underlying order that doesn't make sense from the outside. Trees as an example; The distribution of roots, stems, and leaves is efficient in capturing light and water but if a human designed a tree, it may look real different. This same idea can be applied to cities.   17:10 The systemization of last names.    19:48 There are consequences of implementing these rigid systems. Many times, the systems put in place end up changing the exact thing that they're supposed to regulate.    21:31 The government uses legibility to make things easier to understand, and it's how they gain control. The amount of control you have can depend on how many levels are within your system. This ties into Extreme Ownership where the military has different levels of hierarchy, but on the ground, you get a lot of individual freedom to execute the mission. If you try to maintain strict order all the way down, things can go poorly. If you allow things to spread out and have variation at the ends, the system tends to be more resilient.   25:11 Authoritarianism is high modernism without feedback loops and democracy is high modernism with feedback loops. Adil describes metis (local knowledge) and techne (mathematical absolute truths). Things naturally float to the top, and you have to fight to keep the local knowledge at the local level.   29:10 High modernism is suitable for techne. You need to have these slightly chaotic systems where you can experiment and fail in order to better develop. The beauty of the local knowledge is that it's experimental. Feedback loops and being able to adapt.   34:11 How did our five senses evolve to be the way they are? Our visual life is very stimulating. We lock on to things that are bright, surprising, fast-paced. Screens give us so much of that novelty that other things can appear boring to look at.   39:18 The book talks about grouping people, and they lose their individual characteristics by being dropped in the buckets based on non-representative characteristics. The map vs. the terrain.   43:08 The infinite coastline. The more you zoom into it, the more you have to add variations which makes it longer and longer. Theoretically as you zoom into something so deeply, you have an infinitely long coastline. Nat, Neil, and Adil discuss: What are the implications of higher fidelity?   46:30 High modernism works if you can convince people it's the best way forward. The element of authoritarianism; the more you try to force people to go along with an idea the more negative pushback you'll get. The recycling and no smoking movements.   51:37 Complex systems can get wrecked by very small changes. Some systems need every moving part in order to run efficiently, and just the absence of one part can throw the system for a loop.    55:22 Adding chips to farm equipment. What was the efficiency improvement? These highly industrialized systems can be good at increasing output, but one little ding in the system and it can fall apart.   1:03:45 India and their legibility efforts. Neil talks about the national ID card for banking and other purposes. A lot of underground stuff goes on in order for people to avoid getting their ID card. The government has gone as far as banning the largest paper currency note overnight and issuing a new one in hopes to get people to go to a bank to switch it or deposit it.    1:08:58 Would India be a country if the British had never come there? India was originally made up of hundreds of individual states, so there are many regional identities still today.   1:11:17 National languages and global languages: How do they come to be, and is it even possible to change them now that they're established?   1:14:48 During Covid, people in India who moved to cities for jobs ended up moving back to their villages as the cost of living wasn't worth it. Within the village is their support system. This move from a legible system back to an illegible system is a good thing for the individual, but not necessarily for a government that wants more legibility.   1:17:27 Nat summarizes the core ideas of the book. Highly authoritarian states such as China and North Korea and censorship on the internet. How North Korea has been so authoritarian for so long and has been able to keep it that way.   1:21:35 Work-to-rule: This is where employees do just the minimum that is required from them and follow all regulation and safety guidelines. This in turn can lead to a decrease in productivity as workers are no longer working during weekends, breaks, etc.    1:23:31 How does this book tie back into crypto? A lot of the early crypto crowd is inherently anti-legibility.    1:32:42 Stepn is a lifestyle app that encourages its users to “move-to-earn”. Nat shares 3 ways you can tell that it's time to exit the project so you don't lose your investment.    1:39:20 Thanks for listening! Got any book suggestions for a future episode? Hit us up on Twitter!   If you enjoyed this episode, let us know by leaving a review on iTunes and tell a friend. As always, let us know if you have any book recommendations! You can say hi to us on Twitter @TheRealNeilS and @nateliason and share your thoughts on this episode. You can now support Made You Think using the Value-for-Value feature of Podcasting 2.0. This means you can directly tip the co-hosts in BTC with minimal transaction fees. To get started, simply download a podcast app (like Fountain or Breez) that supports Value-for-Value and send some BTC to your in-app wallet. You can then use that to support shows who have opted-in, including Made You Think! We'll be going with this direct support model moving forward, rather than ads. Thanks for listening. See you next time!

Conservative Business Journal Podcast
Faith Plus a Chicken Story

Conservative Business Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 38:43


In this episode of the CBJ Real News Podcast Show, John Di Lemme shares a little bit about Faith for all of the fear plus a Chicken story. Yes, a chicken story!   ✅ Want More *Real News* go to... http://www.ConservativeBusinessJournal.com/updateme ✅ How to Bulletproof Your Identity from Thieves The #1 Secret Weapon to Protect Your Identity from Online Scammers (and we use it too!) Yes, it blows away all of the other ID protection programs that you're likely thinking of! Interested in knowing about it? Let us know... Call/Text (561) 847-3467 Right Now and say "ID Theft" ✅ The #1 Secret on How to CANCEL the Cancel Culture is to support Conservative Business Owners and Entrepreneurs by going to www.ConservativeMarketplace.com Thank you for the Support! We are Always Open and WE LOVE PATRIOTS! Plus we offer a Mask Free – Vax Free Shopping Experience. Now go Shop away at over 150 Items in the Conservative Marketplace…www.ConservativeMarketplace.com ✅ Subscribe to John Di Lemme's Clouthub Channel and be notified of all LIVE Shows at https://clouthub.com/c/cbjrealnews ✅ Follow John Di Lemme and the CBJ Real News on Telegram at https://t.me/cbjrealnews ✅ Support Patriot Mike Lindell and Receive Up to 66% Off Your Entire Order… Go to www.MyPillow.com/cbj and use Promo Code CBJ to receive your INSTANT Savings!

Dream Freedom Beauty with Natalie Ross
Emotional Alchemist Naomi Love on Trauma-Informed Somatic Womb Healing [episode 88]

Dream Freedom Beauty with Natalie Ross

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 99:34


Naomi Love shares about the role of the space holder to be trauma-informed and create a safe environment for healing work to happen. You'll also hear about: What is somatic womb healing?  Creating space for integration  What happens when facilitator training is not trauma-informed  Cultivating resilience to meet what arises  ♥♥♥ Join The Earth Speak Collective Membership! Join like-hearted folks in a sacred container and community where you'll: Connect deeply to yourself, others, nature & spirit Learn to trust your intuition Activate your Earth magic Expand your healing & divination skills Put your intuition into practice in everyday life Stop feeling lonely on your spiritual path Embody & express your creative power & truths Experience safe space without agenda or judgment When you join the Collective, you get access to all of our past workshops, any live workshops happening while you're a member, live weekly energetic reset calls, monthly community rituals, all the secret episodes, member-run meetups to explore magical topics, and a lively members-only forum (that's not on FB!). ▶▶▶ Learn more and sign up for the Collective membership here: https://www.earthspeak.love/collective ***** Naomi Love helps people to track patterns that keep them held in repeating disharmonious cycles in the way they think, feel, experience and relate with life. She guides people home to their true nature and share with the KEY's to setting themselves free from the old paradigms. Learn more and connect with Naomi at the Wise Womb Medicine Path and at www.naomilove.org.    In this episode, we talk about: Living on the diverse lands of Hawaii  What is somatic womb healing and how Naomi developed her teachings  Tracking patterns and trauma within the body Getting out of the mind and into the body  Differentiating between emotion and the ego Learning to receive and relate in healthy ways  The stomach as the most vulnerable aspect of the body The role of the space holder in creating a safe environment for healing work to happen  Why do womb work? Agency vs power over  The miracle of birth and creating life  Healing ancestral trauma  Feeling out of resonance with your truth What happens when facilitator training is not trauma-informed  Creating safety for yourself and others with energic hygiene  Why opening space is different to holding space  Toxic positivity  Cultivating resilience to meet what arises  Getting to the root of your trauma  Bringing the focus back to healing  Creating space for integration  Being in right relationship with your role as a facilitator  Learning to feel safe with touch in a non-sexual way  Feeling connected to the cosmic web of creation  Coming back to your true nature  How Naomi came to study and teach womb work and cacao ceremony  Communing with plants  Honoring the spirit of the medicine of cacao  Ask the Oracle  Getting clear on your offerings  And more! Secret Episodes! Get access to past secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret. 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Disappeared
Flight Risk

Disappeared

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 41:22


On route to the airport, 19-year-old Katelin Akens makes an unexpected stop at a Virginia shopping mall ... and vanishes. Police investigate her loved ones at length and start to suspect that someone close to Katelin may know more than they're saying.Season 8, Episode 10 originally aired on ID on May 7, 2017.Stream full episodes of Disappeared on discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/disappeared to start your 7-day free trial today.**discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Project Resurrection
BHoP#092 Climate Control

Project Resurrection

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 68:10


Dr Koontz and Rev Fisk open the show by discussing Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter and the change the internet has undergone over the last two decades, then discuss climate politics as another example of a strange social movement gaining traction by manipulating the visible and invisible. Book mentioned: The Visible Hand, Alfred Chandler Visit our website -  A Brief History of Power Many thanks to our sponsors, Blessed Sacrament Lutheran Church in Hayden, ID and Our Savior Lutheran Church and School in Pagosa Springs, CO Dr Koontz - Agrarian, Egghead -  Concordia Theological Seminary Fort Wayne Rev Fisk - Author, Fanatic - St Paul Rockford Music thanks to Verny

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Discovery Institute Podcasts: Michael Denton Reads from His New Book, The Miracle of Man

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022


Today's ID the Future spotlights the groundbreaking new book The Miracle of Man: The Fine Tuning of Nature for Human Existence, with author and biologist Michael Denton reading excerpts from the work. Source

Is We Dumb?
Is We Dumb? | Tanning Bed. Riptide. Uber. Holy Sex.

Is We Dumb?

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 84:26


Can you imagine having to wake up at 3am to watch Mrs. Doubtfire for a month straight? Heck. Let's talk about that, having the same conversation with an Uber driving, your brand new car getting swallowed by the ocean, running over a dead body while speeding through an active crime scene, and more on today's episode of Is We Dumb?! New episodes every Wednesday at 12pm PST Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/6FtgBtGMxOASuggestions for segment content: dumb@iswedumb.com Anything else: info@iswedumb.comAll Merch Inquiries: store@badmagicproductions.com Merch:http://badmagicmerch.comIG:https://instagram.com/iswedumb FB:https://facebook.com/iswedumbBadMagic YouTube:http://youtube.com/badmagicproductions Official Website:http://iswedumb.comThreads:http://badmagicmerch.com Custom Music Beds by Zach Cohen Fan Mail:Is We Dumb?PO Box 3891Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816

Best of Columbia On Demand
(AUDIO): Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft discusses photo ID and Missouri's 2022 session on "Wake Up Columbia"

Best of Columbia On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 12:38


The Missouri House approved voter ID legislation earlier this year. The Senate has passed a similar bill but they amended it. If the Missouri House approves the Senate version by Friday, it will go to Governor Parson's desk. Photo ID has been a top priority for Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, who's hopeful it will pass by Friday's 6 pm deadline. The Jefferson City Republican tells 939 the Eagle's "Wake Up Columbia" that voter ID will not stop any registered voter from voting:

Rock Paper Podcast
Episode 975 - Inimical Drive (Hard Rock/Metal)

Rock Paper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:14


The guys of Inimical Drive return!! I caught up with Inimical Drive at their band practice last weekend to talk about some of their brand new music including their new single "Dead On Me", working on the music videos with Jordan Phoenix & JT Ibanez. recording the new music with Matt Appleton & Jack Daniels and much more.  Come see them LIVE June 18 at Diamond Music Hall in St.Peters, MO with Divide The Empire, Lydia's Castle, The Wild & Free and DJ Patrico. Hosted by Lern. Tickets at EventBrite.com On this episode you'll hear: Dead On Me Find more Inimical Drive wherever you get digital music. Follow along on Facebook, Instagram & Tik Tok! Grab some new ID merch at InimicalDrive.com Don't miss Chesterfield Country Fair at Chesterfield Amphitheater May 19-21 with Zach Bryan, Jon Pardi, Chris Young, Warren Zeiders, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band & much more. ChesterfieldCountryFair.com It's officially beard season! There's no better way to grow it out than with Roughneck Beard Company's full line of beard grooming products. Beat the itch, soften, and set the stage for faster and fuller growth. Try their brand new Comeback Kid beard oil blended with lemon, peppermint, black pepper, rosemary & ylang ylang. You can do all that while saving 15 percent with my code RPP15. Stop by the shop in Maplewood, MO or shop 24/7 at RoughneckBeardCompany.com. Also check out my friends at Friendship Brewing Company in Wentzville, MO with over 25 rotating taps for all your craft beer needs. They have a wonderful spot out there and huge patio. Perfect for enjoying a cold beverage with some good friends! Check out their menu with all sorts of delicious food like burgers, nachos, flatbread pizzas and Fish Fry Fridays. Come grab some lunch or dinner, enjoy some live music and have a great time at Friendship Brewing Company! FriendshipBrewCo.com   

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast
An Inside Look at the Instructional Designer and Subject Matter Expert (SME) Partnership

The Dr. Luke Hobson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 57:54


This episode was actually a request from many of the listeners! You asked if I could take you behind the scenes and give you an inside look at what the working relationship is like between an instructional designer and their SME. So, we made it happening! Joining us today is Saeide Mirzaei, serving as the instructional designer, and Dr. Eric James Stephens, serving as the subject matter expert. Together, they've begun creating courses on how to use LinkedIn effectively. Mentioned Links: Connect with Saeide Connect with Eric Check Out Their Courses Connect with me:

Intelligent Design the Future
Michael Denton Reads from His New Book, The Miracle of Man

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 13:24


Today's ID the Future spotlights the groundbreaking new book The Miracle of Man: The Fine Tuning of Nature for Human Existence, with author and biologist Michael Denton reading excerpts from the work. Here Denton, who is also an MD, marvels at the engineering sophistication of the human heart and hands. Then he dives into the heart of his new book, teasing just a small sampling of the many ways nature appears fine tuned for bipedal, intelligent, technology-developing creatures such as ourselves. One or two such examples are interesting. But where the argument gains dramatic force is in the accumulation of many examples, stretching from physics and the characteristics of our sun to chemistry and the ensemble of unique characteristics of Read More › Source

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.
Gobierno de USA crea APPs para identificar ciudadanos. (2/2)

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 5:07


Ya es oficial que en los Estados Unidos se está utilizando, en varios Estados, aplicaciones oficiales gubernamentales para tener acceso a la identificación personal (ID). Siendo esto un adelanto dentro de la trasformación digital, cuales son los retos que podrían enfrentar países como República Dominicana considerando que desde hace varios días se está hablando de la depuración en los cuarteles de policía en menos de 3 horas. Hablamos del tema con nuestro experto en tecnología, ingeniero Patricio Camilo.

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.
Gobierno de USA crea APPs para identificar ciudadanos. (1/2)

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 14:32


Ya es oficial que en los Estados Unidos se está utilizando, en varios Estados, aplicaciones oficiales gubernamentales para tener acceso a la identificación personal (ID). Siendo esto un adelanto dentro de la trasformación digital, cuales son los retos que podrían enfrentar países como República Dominicana considerando que desde hace varios días se está hablando de la depuración en los cuarteles de policía en menos de 3 horas. Hablamos del tema con nuestro experto en tecnología, ingeniero Patricio Camilo.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
11 May 2022 | Lucid Confirm European Launch Date

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 27:20


Show #1463 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Wednesday 11th May, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. ➤ BMW SEES 30% DROP IN BATTERY PRICES TO TAKE ON TESLA  - BMW AG will switch to the next generation of lower-cost batteries for its new electric-vehicle platform from 2025 as carmakers battle rising prices for raw materials. - The change will deliver a 30% drop in costs, according to people familiar with the plans. - The new round cells will be manufactured by BMW's existing partners, the people said, declining to be named discussing internal deliberations. - Last year, carmakers paid an average of $118 for each kilowatt hour of a pure electric vehicle battery pack, according to BloombergNEF - The energy density of the new BMW cells will be higher than Tesla's round cells by at least a low double-digit percentage, the people said, without giving further specifics. Original Source : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-05-10/bmw-sees-30-drop-in-battery-prices-to-take-on-tesla ➤ STELLANTIS CEO CARLOS TAVARES WARNS ABOUT FUTURE ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY SHORTAGE  - The CEO of Jeep maker Stellantis NV on Tuesday joined the chorus of voices in the auto industry warning about a future shortage of electric-vehicle batteries without more production in Europe and the United States, potentially risking the transatlantic automaker's EV commitments. - "We can anticipate that we will have around 2025, 2026, a short supply of batteries," Carlos Tavares said remotely during the Financial Times' Future of the Car summit. "And if there is no short supply of batteries, then there will be a significant dependence of the Western world vis-à-vis Asia." - As a part of its plans to invest $35.5 billion in electrification and software by 2025, Stellantis has announced battery plants in France, Germany and Italy to support European vehicle production and another in Windsor, Ontario, for North America. A second in the United States is expected to be announced in the coming weeks. It plans to have 400 gigawatt hours of total capacity on the two continents by 2030. Original Source : https://eu.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/chrysler/2022/05/10/stellantis-ceo-carlos-tavares-electric-vehicle-battery-shortage-reliance-asia/9713645002 ➤ EV MAKER LUCID TO LAUNCH LUXURY SEDANS IN EUROPE IN LATE 2022  - Lucid Group plans to launch luxury sedans in Europe later this year, as the Tesla rival aims to expand its footprint outside the United States amid strong global demand for electric vehicles. - The company will launch its Lucid Air Dream Edition P and R sedans in limited numbers for customers in Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland and Norway in late 2022, it said in a statement on Tuesday. - Lucid added it would price its Air Dream Edition P/R at about 218,000 euros ($230,208.00) in Germany. - Lucid said on Tuesday it also plans to open its first European retail location in Munich on May 13, adding it aims to open additional studio and service center locations in Europe this year. Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/ev-maker-lucid-launch-luxury-sedans-europe-late-2022-2022-05-10/ ➤ VOLKSWAGEN AERO B SPIED AS A SWOOPY TESLA MODEL 3 COMPETITOR  - Volkswagen's electric vehicle push has already spawned a crossover and a van, but their latest offering is clearly aimed at the car crowd. - Tentatively dubbed the Aero B, the model was previewed by the ID. Vizzion and ID. Vizzion Space concepts. - The automaker hasn't said much about the model but, in 2020, Volkswagen Passenger Cars CEO Ralf Brandstätter confirmed production would begin at their Emden plant in 2023. At the time, he described it as a “new, powerful electric model that will attract a lot of attention around the world.” - Specifications remain a secret, but the ID. Vizzion Space concept featured an 82 kWh battery pack and a rear-mounted electric motor developing 275 hp (205 kW / 279 PS) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque. This setup gave the model a range of up to 590 kilometers in the WLTP cycle and 300 miles in the EPA cycle. Original Source : https://www.carscoops.com/2022/05/volkswagen-aero-b-spied-as-a-swoopy-tesla-model-3-competitor/ ➤ GM FILES TO PATENT EV ASSISTED TOWING CONCEPT  - GM has filed a patent application for an electrically-assisted flatbed trailer that would offset the reduction in range when towing for battery-electric trucks. - The system includes a powered trailer with at least one small electric propulsion unit, which “enhances launch of the BEV and provides an acceleration assist,” to the vehicle. A communication link between the trailer and vehicle would ensure the trailer's electric-assist powertrain would work in unison with the vehicle to optimize range and performance. The trailer would have its own separate battery pack, so in theory, this design would offset some of the range reduction EV drivers experience when towing. - The patent application also describes a dual-motor version of the trailer with opposing electric motors, which would be able to spin each of the trailer's wheels at different speeds when turning, resulting in a tighter turning radius and greater maneuverability Original Source : https://gmauthority.com/blog/2022/05/gm-files-to-patent-ev-assisted-towing-concept/ ➤ FREIGHTLINER UNVEILS NEW ELECTRIC ECASCADIA  - A fully battery electric eCascadia made its debut in 2018 as a proof of concept before swiftly being handed off to demonstration fleets with almost 50 trucking customers running real freight in the real world. To-date, Freightliner electric trucks have logged well over one million miles in day-to-day operations, pulling real loads and making real drops. - Rakesh Aneja, vice president and chief of eMobility at Daimler Truck North America, said the rigorous testing and development cycle resulted in a production-ready model, which was unveiled Monday at the ACT Expo in Long Beach, California, featuring multiple battery and drive axle options and a typical range of 230 miles, depending on vehicle configuration. - The Detroit ePowertrain offers three battery options for a range of sizes and average, zero-to-full charging times starting with 194 kWh (one and a half to three hours), 291 kWh (two to four hours), and 438 kWh (two to six hours). Regenerative braking helps maximize range and across the pilots, the average energy recuperation ratio was 20%-25%, with some drivers achieving even up to 30%. Original Source : https://www.ccjdigital.com/alternative-power/article/15291805/freightliner-unveils-new-electric-ecascadia ➤ MADE-IN-GERMANY TESLA MODEL Y PROVES SURPRISINGLY FUN IN THE NURBURGRING    Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-model-y-germany-nurburgring-fun-video/ ➤ PANASONIC WEIGHS BUILDING NEW U.S. BATTERY PLANT FOR TESLA Original Source : https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Automobiles/Panasonic-weighs-building-new-U.S.-battery-plant-for-Tesla ➤ SEE PLUG-IN ELECTRIC CAR ADOPTION MAP FOR ALL US STATES IN 2021  Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/584760/plugin-electric-car-adoption-map-us-2021/ ➤ WA STATE BUDGET TO INCLUDE $3,500 REBATES FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES, BUT THERE'S A DOWNSIDE  Original Source : https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-05-10/electric-vehicle-tax-and-rebates-announced-by-wa-government/101051936 ➤ FREEWIRE TECHNOLOGIES UNVEILS ITS MOST POWERFUL AND FLEXIBLE EV CHARGER YET  Original Source : https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220510005153/en ➤ SHELL RECHARGE TITLE SPONSORSHIP OF BERLIN E-PRIX  Original Source : https://www.automobilsport.com/race-categories--24,237463,Shell-Recharge-highlights-e-mobility-ambition-via-title-sponsorship-of-Berlin-e-Prix,news.htm ➤ CATL TO UNVEIL QINLIN BATTERY – 13% MORE POWER THAN TESLA 4680  Original Source : https://twitter.com/nbdpress/status/1523878074139308032?s=12&t=3T3DNXaOQpK0rmg6Zi-vVQ ➤ CUPRA AND VWFS LAUNCH SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE FOR ALL-ELECTRIC BORN  Original Source : https://www.cupraofficial.co.uk/cupra-finance/overview/subscription.html ➤ RALEIGH UNVEILS ITS NEW CENTROS WITH THE PROMISE OF 130 MILES ON A SINGLE CHARGE  Original Source : https://www.cyclingweekly.com/products/raleigh-unveils-its-new-centros-with-the-promise-of-130-miles-on-a-single-charge QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM What would you like to see improved in EV charge station design? Email me any feedback to: hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/ OCTOPUS ELECTRIC JUICE - MAKING PUBLIC CHARGING SIMPLE WITH ONE CARD, ONE MAP AND ONE APP MILLBROOKCOTTAGES.CO.UK – 5* LUXURY COTTAGES IN DEVON, JUMP IN THE HOT TUB WHILST YOUR EV CHARGES

Move Forth: The Podcast
DAY 94: Read the Bible in a Year

Move Forth: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:42


Hello and welcome to Move Forth With Grace!  The podcast where we will read the Bible in a year.  I believe that God has placed this on my heart and I am so excited to see where this takes us this year.  I have prayed for Him to show me how I can be of service to Him alone and I believe that this is one of the ways.  I want to first of all say that I am not an expert in Theology or Church History and I never will claim to be.  I am a 43 year old woman who has been reborn and want to be of service to Him in gratitude for calling me back home.  The version of the Bible that I will be reading from is The Founder's Bible and it is a New American Standard Version and includes historical documents from our founding fathers and how they were inspired by the word of God when they were forming our country.  You can find your copy here if you would like:www.foundersbible.orgI will be using the Five Day Bible Reading Plan:www.fivedaybiblereading.comToday's episode is brought to you by Never Bands.  These are medical freedom bracelets that I created and teamed up with a medical ID company in Texas so that you and your children can band together to preserve freedom and to stand in opposition to the enforcement of these experimental C19 injections.  Order yours here today:www.neverbands.shopThis episode is also brought to you by the Move Forth brand that encompasses freedom, health, and grace.  I was given the words when I enrolled to become a Health and Life Coach in 2017 and they hit my soul deeply and I had no idea why.  "Move Forth Into Your Being and Leave Your Doing Behind."  We are created in God's image perfectly and fearfully and wonderfully.  There is nothing that we need to do to earn that...He simply gives it to us.  I have tips and resources and merchandise available on my website for you here and you can also join the Move Forth with Grace Community:www.move-forth.comThank you for being here....thank you for becoming less like you and more like Jesus.May you Move Forth with Grace today!Connect with me here:https://campsite.bio/moveforthSupport the show

Tore Says Show
Tue 10 May: Priming Us - The Odds - CIALSD - Dead Parties - Negative Energy - Massive Reach - Love Hate

Tore Says Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 118:55


The long battle seems never ending because the scope of war is so huge. The odds are stacked, which is why we fight. There's something called a group say, because we're all in this together. Winning is not why we do things. The evil legacy of the McGill Project, and what it says about today. Torture on foreign soil. They can't stop the truth bots. It's not the who or where that makes intel, it's the how. The entire facade of political parties needs to go. There is no reforming the GOP. We follow the candidates that stand for freedom. HSBC and the big early frauds. Make your attack sideways, and never go for the head. Who's ready for racist attacks in Ohio? The digital code is coming with DNA as the ultimate ID. Remember that hate and love both bring passion, but only one has the frequency of hope. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Operation Linebacker launched on May 10, 1972. It marked the first bombing of Hanoi in North Vietnam since the end of Operation Rolling Thunder in November 1968. I was a ground spare, waiting to launch in the even that any of the strike F-4 aircraft from Ubon Royal Thai Air Base aborted, either on the ground or in the air. I sat in my fully armed aircraft and waited for all of the strike aircraft to launch, then conttinued to wait until they had all reached the airborne pre-strike tanker aircraft, then I de-armed and taxied back to the parking revetment. And then I waited for my brothers to return. A few hours later, they all did. ALL of them. The next day, May 11, 1972, was my turn to fly, as Number Two in Dingus Flight. (Later, strike aircraft carried tree call-signs - Maple, Elm, Walnut, etc. - but at this point in the operation we used call signs from the VCSL - Voice Call Sign List.)  During the pre-flight briefing, Wing Commander Colonel Carl Miller made an announcement: “Yesterday, we had a close call. One of our aircraft mis-ID'd an aircraft and fired at one of our aircraft. Lucily, he missed, but we can't have that again. Effective immediately, the Rules of Engagements are changed. All MiGs are silver. You MAY NOT fire at a camouflaged aircraft. If I hear that you fire at a camouflaged airplane I'll ship your ass home the minute you land. Any Questions?” None of us had any questions. It was pretty clear. MiGs are silver. On this day, like the previous day, our Wing Commander would lead the strike. The Commander of the 25th Tactical Fighter Squadron, my squadron, would be the lead of Dingus Flight. I was put in the Number Two position because I was still a fairly new pilot, an “FNG”, and the Number Two position was a place where the flight lead could keep a close watch on the FNG. Our target would be the Bac Mai Airfield. We took off as the sun rose, headed north over Laos for our refueling, and proceeded toward our target. My back-seater was First Lieutenant Johnny Wyatt. Johnny was an “old head”: he had been on the strike over Hanoi the previous day, so he knew what to expect. We ingressed the target area in spread formation, approximately 1000 feet between aircraft. I was on Lead's right. Just as Lead rocked us in to close “fingertip” formation for our bomb run, Johnny screamed at me. “We got a SAM (Surface-to-Air Missile) at four o'clock! Break right!” I had no idea what a SAM looked like in flight, and I didn't see it. “I don't see it.” “It's a f@#cing SAM! BREAK RIGHT!” When easy-going Johnny is screaming, I knew it was serious. I broke hard right. Shortly after that, the SAM exploded right where I would have been. Listen to the podcast for the rest of the story!

The Overnight Trainer Podcast
Networking Better with Networking Coach Christy J. Woods

The Overnight Trainer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 60:03


You know her, you love her....your networking BFF Christy Woods is on today's episode of The Overnight Trainer Podcast!

My Amazon Guy
Quick Tips - Amazon Seller Central FBA - Enable Category Listings Report - Reverse Feed File #shorts

My Amazon Guy

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 0:57


00:00 Quick TIps - Enabling Category Listings Report00:10 Log a case ID with Amazon00:41 Check again on Inventory Reports if the Category Listings Report are enabled

Move Forth: The Podcast
DAY 93: Read the Bible in a Year

Move Forth: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 23:57


Hello and welcome to Move Forth With Grace!  The podcast where we will read the Bible in a year.  I believe that God has placed this on my heart and I am so excited to see where this takes us this year.  I have prayed for Him to show me how I can be of service to Him alone and I believe that this is one of the ways.  I want to first of all say that I am not an expert in Theology or Church History and I never will claim to be.  I am a 43 year old woman who has been reborn and want to be of service to Him in gratitude for calling me back home.  The version of the Bible that I will be reading from is The Founder's Bible and it is a New American Standard Version and includes historical documents from our founding fathers and how they were inspired by the word of God when they were forming our country.  You can find your copy here if you would like:www.foundersbible.orgI will be using the Five Day Bible Reading Plan:www.fivedaybiblereading.comToday's episode is brought to you by Never Bands.  These are medical freedom bracelets that I created and teamed up with a medical ID company in Texas so that you and your children can band together to preserve freedom and to stand in opposition to the enforcement of these experimental C19 injections.  Order yours here today:www.neverbands.shopThis episode is also brought to you by the Move Forth brand that encompasses freedom, health, and grace.  I was given the words when I enrolled to become a Health and Life Coach in 2017 and they hit my soul deeply and I had no idea why.  "Move Forth Into Your Being and Leave Your Doing Behind."  We are created in God's image perfectly and fearfully and wonderfully.  There is nothing that we need to do to earn that...He simply gives it to us.  I have tips and resources and merchandise available on my website for you here and you can also join the Move Forth with Grace Community:www.move-forth.comThank you for being here....thank you for becoming less like you and more like Jesus.May you Move Forth with Grace today!Connect with me here:https://campsite.bio/moveforthSupport the show

Screaming in the Cloud
Serverless Should be Simple with Tomasz Łakomy

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 38:43


About TomaszTomasz is a Frontend Engineer at Stedi, Co-Founder/Head of React at Cloudash, egghead.io instructor with over 200 lessons published, a tech speaker, an AWS Community Hero and a lifelong learner.Links Referenced: Cloudash: https://cloudash.dev/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tlakomy 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: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate. Is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other; which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability: it's more than just hipster monitoring.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: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. It's always a pleasure to talk to people who ask the bold questions. One of those great bold questions is, what if CloudWatch's web page didn't suck? It's a good question. It's one I ask myself all the time.And then I stumbled across a product that wound up solving this for me, and I'm a happy customer. To be clear, they're not sponsoring anything that I do, nor should they. It's one of those bootstrapped, exciting software projects called Cloudash. Today, I'm joined by the Head of React at Cloudash, Tomasz Łakomy. Tomasz, thank you for joining me.Tomasz: It's a pleasure to be here.Corey: So, where did this entire idea come from? Because I sit and I get upset every time I have to go into the CloudWatch dashboard because first, something's broken. In an ideal scenario, I don't have to care about monitoring or observability or anything like that. But then it's quickly overshadowed by the fact that this interface is terrible. And the reason I know it's terrible is that every time I'm in there, I feel dumb.My belief is—for the longest time, I thought that was a problem with me. But no, invariably, when you wind up working with something and consistently finding it a bad—you don't know enough to solve for it, it's not you. It is, in fact, the signs of a poorly designed experience, start to finish. “You should be smarter to use this tool,” is very rarely correct. And there are a bunch of observability tools and monitoring tools for serverless things that have made sense over the years and made this easier, but one of the most—and please don't take this the wrong way—stripped down, bare essentials of just the facts, style of presentation is Cloudash. It's why I continue to pay for it every month with a smile on my face. How did you get here from there?Tomasz: Yeah that's a good question. I would say that. Cloudash was born out of desire for simple things to be simple. So, as you mentioned, Cloudash is basically the monitoring and troubleshooting tool for serverless applications, made for serverless developers because I am very much into serverless space, as is Maciej Winnicki, who is the another half of Cloudash team. And, you know, the whole premise of serverless was things are going to be simpler, right?So, you know, you have a bunch of code, you're going to dump it into a Lambda function, and that's it. You don't have to care about servers, you don't have to care about, you know, provisioning stuff, you don't have to care about maintenance, and so on. And that is not exactly true because why PagerDuty still continues to be [unintelligible 00:02:56] business even in serverless spaces. So, you will get paged every now and then. The problem is—what we kind of found is once you have an incident—you know, PagerDuty always tends to call it in the middle of the night; it's never, like, 11 a.m. during the workday; it's always the middle of the night.Corey: And no one's ever happy when it calls them either. It's, “Ah, hell.” Whatever it rings, it's yeah, the original Call of Duty. PagerDuty hooked up to Nagios. I am old enough to remember those days.Tomasz: [unintelligible 00:03:24] then business, like, imagine paying for something that's going to wake you up in the middle of the night. It doesn't make sense. In any case—Corey: “So, why do you pay for that product? Because it's really going to piss me off.” “Okay, well… does that sound like a good business to you? Well, AWS seems to think so. No one's happy working with that stuff.” “Fair. Fair enough.”Tomasz: So, in any case, like we've established an [unintelligible 00:03:43]. So you wake up, you go to AWS console because you saw a notification that this-and-this API has, you know, this threshold was above it, something was above the threshold. And then you go to the CloudWatch console. And then you see, okay, those are the logs, those are the metrics. I'm going to copy this request ID. I'm going to go over here. I'm going to go to X-Ray.And again, it's 3 a.m. so you don't exactly remember what do you investigate; you have, like, ten minutes. And this is a problem. Like, we've kind of identified that it's not simple to do these kinds of things, too—it's not simple to open something and have an understanding, okay, what exactly is happening in my serverless app at this very moment? Like, what's going on?So, we've built that. So, Cloudash is a desktop app; it lives on your machine, which is a single pane of glass. It's a single pane of glass view into your serverless system. So, if you are using CloudFormation in order to provision something, when you open Cloudash, you're going to see, you know, all of the metrics, all the Lambda functions, all of the API Gateways that you have provisioned. As of yesterday, API Gateway is no longer cool because they did launch the direct integration, so you have—you can call Lambda functions with [crosstalk 00:04:57]—Corey: Yeah, it's the one they released, and then rolled back and somehow never said a word—because that's an AWS messaging story, and then some—right around re:Invent last year. And another quarter goes by and out it goes.Tomasz: It's out yesterday.Corey: Yeah, it's terrific. I love that thing. The only downside to it is, ah, you have to use one of their—you have to use their domain; no custom domain support. Really? Well, you can hook up CloudFront to it, but the pricing model that way makes it more expensive than API Gateway.Okay, so I could use Cloudflare in front of it, and then it becomes free, so I bought a domain just for that purpose. That's right, my serverl—my direct Lambda URLs now live behind the glorious domain of cheapass.cloud because of course. They are. It's a day-one product from AWS, so of course, it's not feature-complete.But one of the things I like about the serverless model, and it's also a challenge when it comes to troubleshooting stuff is that it's very much set it and forget it style because serverless in many cases, at least the way that I tend to use it, is back-office stuff, its back-end things, it's processing on things that are not necessarily always direct front and center. So, these things can run on their own for years until finally, you find a strange bug in a new use case, or you want to go and change something. And then it's how the hell did this ever work? And it's still working, kind of, but what fool built this? Of course, it was me; it's always me.But what happened here? You're basically excavating your own legacy code, trying to understand what's going on. And so, you're already upset then. Cloudash makes this easier to find the things, to navigate through a whole bunch of different accounts. And there are a bunch of decisions that you made while building the app that are so clearly correct, that I get actively annoyed when others don't because oh, it looks at your AWS configuration file in your user home directory. Great, awesome. It's a desktop app, but it still consults that file. Yay, integration between ClickOps and the terminal. Wonderful.But ah, use SSO for a lot of stuff, so that's going to fix your little red wagon. I click on that app, and suddenly, bam, a browser opens asking me to log in and authenticate, allow the request. It works, and then suddenly, it goes back to doing exactly what you'd expect it to. It's really nice. The affordances behind this are glorious.Tomasz: Like I said, one of our kind of design goals when building Cloudash was to make simple things simple again. The whole purpose is to make sure that you can get into the root cause of an issue within, like, five minutes, if not less. And this is kind of the app that you're going to tend to open whenever that—as I said, because some of the systems can be around for, like, ages, literally without any incident whatsoever, then the data is going to change because somebody [unintelligible 00:07:30] got that the year is 2020 and off you go, we have an incident.But what's important about Cloudash is that we don't send logs anywhere. And that's kind of important because you don't pay for [PUT 00:07:42] metric API because we are not sending those logs anywhere. If you install Cloudash on your machine, we are not going to get your logs from the last ten years, put them in into a system, charge you for that, just so you are able to, you know, find out what happened in this particular hour, like, two weeks ago. We genuinely don't care about your logs; we have enough of our own logs at work to, you know, to analyze, to investigate, and so on; we are not storing them anywhere.In fact, you know, whatever happens on your machine stays on the machine. And that is partially why this is a desktop app. Because we don't want to handle your credentials. We don't—absolutely, we don't want you to give us any of your credentials or access keys, you know, whatever. We don't want that.So, that is why you install Cloudash, it's going to run on your machine, it's going to use your local credentials. So, it's… effectively, you could say that this is a much more streamlined and much more laser-focused browser or like, an eye into AWS systems, which live on the serverless side of things.Corey: I got to deal with it in a bit of an interesting way, recently. I have a detector in my company's production AWS org, to detect when ClickOps is afoot. Now, I'm a big proponent of ClickOps, but I also want to know what's going on, so I have a whole thing that [runs detects 00:09:04] when people are doing things in the console versus via API. And it alerts on certain subsets of them. I had to build a special case for the user agent string coming out of Cloudash because no, no, this is an app, this is not technically ClickOps—it is also read-only, which is neither here nor there, to my understanding.But it was, “Oh yeah, this is effectively an Electron app.” It just wraps, effectively, a browser and presents that as an application. And cool. From my perspective, that's an implementation detail. It feels like a native app—because it is—and I can suddenly see the things I care about in a way that is much more straightforward without having to have four different browser tabs open where, okay, here's the CloudTrail log for this thing, here's the metrics next to it. Oh, those are two separate windows already, and so on and so forth. It just makes hunting down to the obnoxious problems so much nicer.It's also, you're one of those rare products where if I don't use it for a month, I don't get the bill at the end of the month and think, “Ooh, that's going to—did I waste the money?” It's no, nice. I had a whole month where I didn't have to mess with this. It's great.Tomasz: Exactly. I feel like, you know, it's one of those systems where, as you said, we send you an email at the end of every month that we're going to charge you X dollars for the month—by the way, we have fixed pricing and then you can cancel anytime—and it's like one of those things that, you know, I didn't have to open this up for a month. This is awesome because I didn't have any incidents. But I know whenever again, PagerDuty is going to decide, “Hey, dude, wake up. You know, if slept for three hours. That is definitely long enough,” then you know that; you know, this app is there and you can use that.We very much care about, you know, building this stuff, not only for our customers, but we also use that on a daily basis. In fact, I… every single time that I have to—I want to investigate something in, like, our serverless systems at Stedi because everything that we do at work, at Stedi, since this incident serverless paradigm. So, I tend to open Cloudash, like, 95% of the time whenever I want to investigate something. And whenever I am not able to do something in Cloudash, this goes, like, straight to the top of our, you know, issue lists or backlog or whatever you want to call it. Because we want to make this product, not only awesome, you know, for customers to buy a [unintelligible 00:11:22] or whatever, but we also want to be able to use that on a daily basis.And so far, I think we've kind of succeeded. But then again, we have quite a long way to go because we have more ideas, than we have the time, definitely, so we have to kind of prioritize what exactly we're going to build. So, [unintelligible 00:11:39] integrations with alarms. So, for instance, we want to be able to see the alarms directly in the Cloudash UI. Secondly, integration with logs insights, and many other ideas. I could probably talk for hours about what we want to build.Corey: I also want to point out that this is still your side gig. You are by day a front-end engineer over at Stedi, which has a borderline disturbing number of engineers with side gigs, generally in the serverless space, doing interesting things like this. Dynobase is another example, a DynamoDB desktop client; very similar in some respects. I pay for that too. Honestly, for a company in Stedi's space, which is designed as basically a giant API for deep, large enterprise business stuff, there's an awful lot of stuff for small-scale coming out of that.Like, I wind up throwing a disturbing amount of money in the general direction of Stedi for not being their customer. But there's something about the culture that you folks have built over there that's just phenomenal.Tomasz: Yeah. For the record, you know, having a side gig is another part of interview process at Stedi. You don't have to have [laugh] a side project, but yeah, you're absolutely right, you know, the amount of kind of side projects, and you know, some of those are monetized, as you mentioned, you know, Cloudash and Dynobase and others. Some of those—because for instance, you talked to Aidan, I think a couple of weeks ago about his shenanigans, whenever you know, AWS is going to announce something he gets in and try to [unintelligible 00:13:06] this in the most amusing ways possible. Yeah, I mean, I could probably talk for ages about why Stedi is by far the best company I've ever worked at, but I'm going to say this: that this is the most talented group of people I've ever met, and myself, honestly.And, you know, the fact that I think we are the second largest, kind of, group of AWS experts outside of AWS because the density of AWS Heroes, or ex-AWS employees, or people who have been doing cloud stuff for years, is frankly, massive, I tend to learn something new about cloud every single day. And not only because of the Last Week in AWS but also from our Slack.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle Cloud. Counting the pennies, but still dreaming of deploying apps instead of “Hello, World” demos? Allow me to introduce you to Oracle's Always Free tier. It provides over 20 free services and infrastructure, networking, databases, observability, management, and security. And—let me be clear here—it's actually free. There's no surprise billing until you intentionally and proactively upgrade your account. This means you can provision a virtual machine instance or spin up an autonomous database that manages itself, all while gaining the networking, load balancing, and storage resources that somehow never quite make it into most free tiers needed to support the application that you want to build. With Always Free, you can do things like run small-scale applications or do proof-of-concept testing without spending a dime. You know that I always like to put asterisks next to the word free? This is actually free, no asterisk. Start now. Visit snark.cloud/oci-free that's snark.cloud/oci-free.Corey: There's something to be said for having colleagues that you learn from. I have never enjoyed environments where I did not actively feel like the dumbest person in the room. That's why I love what I do now. I inherently am. I have to talk about so many different things, that whenever I talk to a subject matter expert, it is a certainty that they know more about the thing than I do, with the admitted and depressing exception of course of the AWS bill because it turns out the reason I had to start becoming the expert in that was because there weren't any. And here we are now.I want to talk as well about some of—your interaction outside of work with AWS. For example, you've been an Egghead instructor for a while with over 200 lessons that you published. You're an AWS Community Hero, which means you have the notable distinction of volunteering for a for-profit company—good work—no, the community is very important. It's helping each other make sense of the nonsense coming out of there. You've been involved within the ecosystem for a very long time. What is it about, I guess—the thing I'm wondering about myself sometimes—what is it about the AWS universe that drew you in, and what keeps you here?Tomasz: So, give you some context, I've started, you know, learning about the cloud and AWS back in early-2019. So, fun fact: Maciej Winnicki—again, the co-founder of Cloudash—was my manager at the time. So, we were—I mean, the company I used to work for at the time, OLX Group, we are in the middle of cloud transformation, so to speak. So, going from, you know, on-premises to AWS. And I was, you know, hired as a senior front-end engineer doing, you know, all kinds of front-end stuff, but I wanted to grow, I wanted to learn more.So, the idea was, okay, maybe you can get AWS Certified because, you know, it's one of those corporate goals that you have to have something to put that checkbox next to it. So, you know, getting certified, there you go, you have a checkbox. And off you go. So, I started, you know, diving in, and I saw this whole ocean of things that, you know, I was not entirely aware of. To be fair, at the time I knew about this S3, I knew that you can put a file in an S3 bucket and then you can access it from the internet. This is, like, the [unintelligible 00:16:02] idea of my AWS experiences.Corey: Ideally, intentionally, but one wonders sometimes.Tomasz: Yeah, exactly. That is why you always put stuff as public, right? Because you didn't have to worry about who [unintelligible 00:16:12] [laugh] public [unintelligible 00:16:15]. No, I'm kidding, of course. But still, I think what's [unintelligible 00:16:20] to AWS is what—because it is this endless ocean of things to learn and things to play with, and, you know, things to teach.I do enjoy teaching. As you said, I have quite a lot of, you know, content, videos, blog posts, conference talks, and a bunch of other stuff, and I do that for two reasons. You know, first of all, I tend to learn the best by teaching, so it helps me very much, kind of like, solidify my own knowledge. Whenever I record—like, I have two courses about CDK, you know, when I was recording those, I definitely—that kind of solidify my, you know, ideas about CDK, I get to play with all those technologies.And secondly, you know, it's helpful for others. And, you know, people have opinions about certificates, and so on and so forth, but I think that for somebody who's trying to get into either the tech industry or, you know, cloud stuff in general, being certified helps massively. And I've heard stories about people who are basically managed to double or triple their salaries by going into tech, you know, with some of those certificates. That is why I strongly believe, by the way, that those certificates should be free. Like, if you can pass the exam, you shouldn't have to worry about this $150 of the fee.Corey: I wrote a blog post a while back, “The Dumbest Dollars a Cloud Provider Can Make,” and it's charging for training and certification because if someone's going to invest that kind of time in learning your platform, you're going to try and make $150 bucks off them? Which in some cases, is going to put people off from even beginning that process. “What cloud provider I'm not going to build a project on?” Obviously, the one I know how to work with and have a familiarity with, in almost every case. And the things you learn in your spare time as an independent learner when you get a job, you tend to think about your work the same way. It matters. It's an early on-ramp that pays off down the road and the term of years.I used to be very anti-cert personally because it felt like I was jumping through hoops, and paying, in some cases, for the privilege. I had a CCNA for a while from Cisco. There were a couple of smaller companies, SaltStack, for example, that I got various certifications from at different times. And that was sort of cheating because I helped write the software, but that's neither here nor there. It's the—and I do have a standing AWS cert that I get a different one every time—mine is about to expire—because it gets me access to lounges at physical events, which is the dumbest of all reasons to get certs, but here you go. I view it as the $150 lounge pass with a really weird entrance questionnaire.But in my case it certs don't add anything to what I do. I am not the common case. I am not early in my career. Because as you progress through your career, things—there needs to be a piece of paper that says you know things, and early on degree or certifications are great at that. In the time it becomes your own list of experience on your resume or CV or LinkedIn or God knows what. Polywork if you're doing it the right way these days.And it shows a history of projects that are similar in scope and scale and impact to the kinds of problems that your prospective employer is going to have to solve themselves. Because the best answer to hear—especially in the ops world—when there's a problem is, “Oh, I've seen this before. Here's how you fix it.” As opposed to, “Well, I don't know. Let me do some research.”There's value to that. And I don't begrudge anyone getting certs… to a point. At least that's where I sit on it. At some point when you have 25 certs, it's when you actually do any work? Because it's taking the tests and learning all of these things, which in many ways does boil down to trivia, it stands in counterbalance to a lot of these things.Tomasz: Yeah. I mean, I definitely, totally agree. I remember, you know, going from zero to—maybe not Hero; I'm not talking about AWS Hero—but going from zero to be certified, there was the Solutions Architect Associate. I think it took me, like, 200 hours. I am not the, you know, the brightest, you know, the sharpest tool in the shed, so it probably took me, kind of, somewhat more.I think it's doable in, like, 100 hours, but I tend to over-prepare for stuff, so I didn't actually take the actual exam until I was able to pass the sample exams with, like, 90% pass, just to be extra sure that I'm actually going to pass it. But still, I think that, you know, at some point, you probably should focus on, you know, getting into the actual stuff because I hold two certificates, you know, one of those is going to expire, and I'm not entirely sure if I want to go through the process again. But still, if AWS were to introduce, like, a serverless specialty exam, I would be more than happy to have that. I genuinely enjoy, kind of, serverless, and you know, the fact that I would be able to solidify my knowledge, I have this kind of established path of the things that I should learn about in order to get this particular certificate, I think this could be interesting. But I am not probably going to chase all the 12 certificates.Maybe if AWS IQ was available in Poland, maybe that would change because I do know that with IQ, those certs do matter. But as of [unintelligible 00:21:26] now, I'm quite happy with my certs that I have right now.Corey: Part of the problem, too, is the more you work with these things, the harder it becomes to pass the exams, which sounds weird and counterintuitive, but let me use myself as an example. When I got the cloud practitioner cert, which I believe has lapsed since then, and I got one of the new associate-level betas—I'll keep moving up the stack until I start failing exams. But I got a question wrong on the cloud practitioner because it was, “How long does it take to restore an RDS database from a snapshot backup?” And I gave the honest answer of what I've seen rather than what it says in the book, and that honest answer can be measured in days or hours. Yeah.And no, that's not the correct answer. Yeah, but it is the real one. Similarly, a lot of the questions get around trivia, syntax of which of these is the correct argument, and which ones did we make up? It's, I can explain in some level of detail, virtually every one of AWS has 300 some-odd services to you. Ask me about any of them, I could tell you what it is, how it works, how it's supposed to work and make a dumb joke about it. Fine, whatever.You'll forgive me if I went down that path, instead of memorizing what is the actual syntax of this YAML construct inside of a CloudFormation template? Yeah, I can get the answer to that question in the real world, with about ten seconds of Googling and we move on. That's the way most of us learn. It's not cramming trivia into our heads. There's something broken about the way that we do certifications, and tech interviews in many cases as well.I look back at some of the questions I used to ask people for Linux sysadmin-style jobs, and I don't remember the answer to a lot of these things. I could definitely get back into it, but if I went through one of these interviews now, I wouldn't get the job. One would argue I shouldn't because of my personality, but that's neither here nor there.Tomasz: [laugh]. I mean, that's why you use CDK, so you'd have to remember random YAML comments. And if you [unintelligible 00:23:26] you don't have YAML anymore. [unintelligible 00:23:27].Corey: Yes, you're quite the CDK fanboy, apparently.Tomasz: I do like CDK, yes. I don't like, you know, mental overhead, I don't like context switching, and the way we kind of work at Stedi is everything is written in TypeScript. So, I am a front-end engineer, so I do stuff in the front-end line in TypeScript, all of our Lambda functions are written in TypeScript, and our [unintelligible 00:23:48] is written in TypeScript. So, I can, you know, open up my Visual Studio Code and jump between all of those files, and the language stays the same, the syntax stays the same, the tools stay the same. And I think this is one of the benefits of CDK that is kind of hard to replicate otherwise.And, you know, people have many opinions about the best to deploy infrastructure in the cloud, you know? The best infrastructure-as-code tool is the one that you use at work or in your private projects, right? Because some people enjoy ClickOps like you do; people—Corey: Oh yeah.Tomasz: Enjoy CloudFormation by hand, which I don't; people are very much into Terraform or Serverless Framework. I'm very much into CDK.Corey: Or the SAM CLI, like, three or four more, and I use—Tomasz: Oh, yeah. [unintelligible 00:24:33]—Corey: —all of these things in various ways in some of my [monstrous 00:24:35] projects to keep up on all these things. I did an exploration with the CDK. Incidentally, I think you just answered why I don't like it.Tomasz: Because?Corey: Because it is very clear that TypeScript is a first-class citizen with the CDK. My language of choice is shitty bash because, grumpy old sysadmin; it happens. And increasingly, that is switching over to terrible Python because I'm very bad at that. And the problem that I run into as I was experimenting with this is, it feels like the Python support is not fully baked, most people who are using the CDK are using a flavor of JavaScript and, let's be very clear here, the every time I have tried to explore front-end, I have come away more confused than I was when I started, part of me really thinks I should be learning some JavaScript just because of its versatility and utility to a whole bunch of different problems. But it does not work the way I think, on some level, that it should because of my own biases and experiences. So, if you're not a JavaScript person, I think that you have a much rockier road with the CDK.Tomasz: I agree. Like I said, I tend to talk about my own experiences and my kind of thoughts about stuff. I'm not going to say that, you know, this tool or that tool is the best tool ever because nothing like that exists. Apart from jQuery, which is the best thing that ever happened to the web since, you know, baked bread, honestly. But you are right about CDK, to the best of my knowledge, kind of, all the other languages that are supported by CDK are effectively transpiled down from TypeScript. So it's, like, first of all, it is written in TypeScript, and then kind of the Python, all of the other languages… kind of come second.You know, and afterwards, I tend to enjoy CDK because as I said, I use TypeScript on a daily basis. And you know, with regards to front-end, you mentioned that you are, every single time you is that you end up being more confused. It never goes away. I've been doing front-end stuff for years, and it's, you know, kind of exactly the same. Fun story, I actually joined Cloudash because, well, Maciej started working on Cloudash alone, and after quite some time, he was so frustrated with the modern front-end landscape that he asked me, “Dude, you need to help me. Like, I genuinely need some help. I am tired of React. I am tired of React hooks. This is way too complex. I want to go back to doing back-end stuff. I want to go back, you know, thinking about how we're going to integrate with all those APIs. I don't want to do UI stuff anymore.”Which was kind of like an interesting shift because I remember at the very beginning of my career, where people were talking about front-end—you know, “Front-end is not real programming. Front-end is, you know, it's easy, it's simple. I can learn CSS in an hour.” And the amount of people who say that CSS is easy, and are good at CSS is exactly zero. Literally, nobody who's actually good at CSS says that, you know, CSS, or front-end, or anything like that is easy because it's not. It's incredibly complex. It's getting probably more and more complex because the expectations of our front-end UIs [unintelligible 00:27:44].Corey: It's challenging, it is difficult, and one of the things I find most admirable about you is not even your technical achievements, it's the fact that you're teaching other people to do this. In fact, this gets to the last point I want to cover on our conversation today. When I was bouncing topic ideas off of you, one of the points you brought up that I'm like, “Oh, we're keeping that and saving that for the end,” is why—to your words—why speaking at tech events gets easier, but never easy. Let's dive into that. Tell me more about it.Tomasz: Basically, I've accidentally kickstarted my career by speaking at meetups which later turned into conferences, which later turned into me publishing courses online, which later turned into me becoming an AWS Hero, and here we are, you know, talking to each other. I do enjoy, you know, going out in public and speaking and being on stage. I think, you know, if somebody has, kind of, the heart, the ability to do that, I do strongly recommend, you know, giving it a shot, not only to give, like, an honestly life-changing experience because the first time you go in front of hundreds of people, this is definitely, you know, something that's going to shake you, while at the same time acknowledging that this is absolutely, definitely not for everyone. But if you are able to do that, I think this is definitely worth your time. But as you said—by quoting me—that it gets easier, so every single time you go on stage, talk at a meetup or at a conference or online conferences—which I'm not exactly a fan of, for the record—it's—Corey: It's too much like work, too much like meetings. There's nothing different about it.Tomasz: Yeah, exactly. Like, there's no journey. There's no adventure in online conferences. I know that, of course, you know, given all of that, you know, we had to kind of switch to online conferences for quite some time where I think we are pretending that Covid is not a thing anymore, so we, you know, we're effectively going back, but kind of the point I wanted to make is that I am a somewhat experienced public speaker—I'd like to say that because I've been doing that for years—but I've been, you know, talking to people who actually get paid to speak at the conferences, to actually kind of do that for a living, and they all say the same thing. It gets simpler, it gets easier, but it's never freaking easy, you know, to go out there, and you know, to share whatever you've learned.Corey: I'm one of those people. I am a paid public speaker fairly often, even ignoring the podcast side, and I've spoken on conference stages a couple hundred times at least. And it does get easier but never easy. That's a great way of framing it. You… I get nervous before every talk I give.There are I think two talks I've given that I did not have an adrenaline hit and nervous energy before I went onstage, and both of those were duds. Because I think that it's part of the process, at least for me. And it's like, “Oh, how do you wind up not being scared for before you go on stage?” You don't. You really don't.But if that appeals to you and you enjoy the adrenaline rush of the rest, do it. If you're one of those people who've used public speaking as, “I would prefer death over that,” people are more scared of public speaking their death, in some cases, great. There are so many ways to build audiences and to reach people that fine, if you don't like doing it on stage, don't force yourself to. I'd say try it once; see how it feels meetups are great for this.Tomasz: Yeah. Meetups are basically the best way to get started. I'm yet to meet a meetup, either, you know, offline or online, who is not looking for speakers. It's always quite the opposite, you know? I was, you know, co-organizing a meetup in my city here in Poznań, Poland, and the story always goes like this: “Okay, we have a date. We have a venue. Where are the speakers?” And then you know, the tumbleweed is going to roll across the road and, “Oh, crap, we don't have any speakers.” So, we're going to try to find some, reach out to people. “Hey, I know that you did this fantastic project at your workplace. Come to us, talk about this.” “No, I don't want to. You know, I'm not an expert. I am, you know, I have on the 50 years of experience as an engineer. This is not enough.” Like I said, I do strongly recommend it, but as you said, if you're more scared of public speaking than, like, literally dying, maybe this is not for you.Corey: Yeah. It comes down to stretching your limits, finding yourself interesting. I find that there are lots of great engineers out there. The ones that I find myself drawn to are the ones who aren't just great at building something, but at storytelling around the thing that they are built of, yes, you build something awesome, but you have to convince me to care about it. You have to show me the thing that got you excited about this.And if you can't inspire that excitement in other people, okay. Are you really excited about it? Or what is the story here? And again, it's a different skill set. It is not for everyone, but it is absolutely a significant career accelerator if it's leveraged right.Tomasz: [crosstalk 00:32:45].Corey: [crosstalk 00:32:46] on it.Tomasz: Yeah, absolutely. I think that we don't talk enough about, kind of, the overlap between engineering and marketing. In the good sense of marketing, not the shady kind of marketing. The kind of marketing that you do for yourself in order to elevate yourself, your projects, your successes to others. Because, you know, try as you might, but if you are kind of like sitting in the corner of an office, you know, just jamming on your keyboard 40 hours per week, you're not exactly likely to be promoted because nobody's going to actively reach out to you to find out about your, you know, recent successes and so on.Which at the same time, I'm not saying that you should go @channel in Slack every single time you push a commit to the main branch, but there's definitely, you know, a way of being, kind of, kind to yourself by letting others know that, “Okay, I'm here. I do exist, I have, you know, those particular skills that you may be interested about. And I'm able to tell a story which is, you know, convincing.” So it's, you know, you can tell a story on stage, but you can also tell your story to your customers by building a future that they're going to use. [unintelligible 00:33:50].Corey: I really want to thank you for taking the time to speak with me today. If people want to learn more, where's the best place to find you?Tomasz: So, the best place to find me is on Twitter. So, my Twitter handle is @tlakomy. So, it's T-L-A-K-O-M-Y. I'm assuming this is going to be in the [show notes 00:34:06] as well.Corey: Oh, it absolutely is. You beat me to it.Tomasz: [laugh]. So, you can find Cloudash at cloudash.dev. You can probably also find my email, but don't email me because I'm terrible, absolutely terrible at email, so the best way to kind of reach out to me is via my Twitter DMs. I'm slightly less bad at those.Corey: Excellent. And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:34:29]. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time. I appreciate it.Tomasz: Thank you. Thank you for having me.Corey: Tomasz Łakomy, Head of React at Cloudash. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. 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