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    This Week in Startups - Audio
    $DIS earnings, Disney vs Netflix & streaming strategies with Lon Harris + Ephemeral Tattoos | E1532

    This Week in Startups - Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 89:52 Very Popular


    Lon Harris joins the show for a full streaming industry breakdown, including $DIS earnings, $WBD drama, streaming strategies, and more! (1:59) Then, Molly interviews Ephemeral CEO Jeff Liu on building a high-quality temporary tattoo solution. (1:09:00) 0:00 Jason tees up today's segments! 1:59 Jason welcome Lon Harris to talk misaligned media incentives and Trump coverage 12:45 MicroAcquire - Sell your business with no fees at https://try.microacquire.com/twist 14:05 Hulu's new film Prey is its largest streaming debut to date 27:18 Vanta - Get $1,000 off automating your SOC 2 at https://vanta.com/twist 28:29 Why the Predator franchise is valuable IP for Disney, how streaming platforms should handle "auteurs" 35:41 OpenPhone - Get an extra 20% off any plan for your first 6 months at https://openphone.com/twist 37:14 $DIS earnings, how Disney's streaming platforms overtook Netflix in terms of subscribers 46:52 Breaking down $WBD and how it should handle various IP, streaming residuals upheaval 51:25 Disney vs Netflix BOTE Math, Ezra Miller situation, strategies for Zaslav to take advantage of $WBD IP 1:09:00 Molly interviews Ephemeral CEO Jeff Liu

    Franck Ferrand raconte...
    Le docteur Gachet

    Franck Ferrand raconte...

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 23:26


    Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

    MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth
    How to Avoid or Resolve IP Disputes -- Michelle Seiler Tucker // Seiler Tucker Inc.

    MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 14:09


    For this episode, Michelle talks about how to handle and avoid IP disputes as a marketer. She also talked about ways you can look at resolutions, how important it is to have lawyer specializing in IP upfront and then asking for different opinions. Show NotesConnect With:Michelle Seiler Tucker: Website // LinkedInThe MarTech Podcast: Email // Newsletter // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn // TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
    274. Ashur cofounder Lazy Lion: Why It's good to be a King

    NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 55:07


    Today, Brian welcomes the co-founder of Lazy Lions NFT, Ashur. It's the 1-year anniversary of the Lazy Lions NFT project, one of the most recognizable, energetic, and dynamic projects in the Web3 space.  Ashur looks back at the origins of the LL project and how the team grew and evolved over the past year. Building community has been a journey of growth and a process of experimenting and testing ideas (ie. community-led social audio, trait groups). The learning curve of being a founder was also touched upon, as was a discussion of IP rights. Lazy Lions One Year Anniversary stats:

    Paul's Security Weekly
    ESW #284 - Ryan Fried & Joseph Carson

    Paul's Security Weekly

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 125:29


    This week, we start off the show by welcoming Ryan Fried to discuss how Security analysts can move past traditional Indicators of Compromise from threat intel like domains, hashes, URLs, and IP addresses. These indicators typically aren't valid shortly after the incidents happen. Modern threat hunting by doing things like reading recent and relevant security articles, pull out behaviors that attackers are doing like commands such as net group "domain admins" or RDPing from workstation to workstation and translating those to threat hunting queries. Then, Joeseph Carson joins to discuss following in the footsteps of an attacker and uncovering their digital footprints, this episode will uncover an attacker's techniques used and how they went from zero to full domain admin compromise, which resulted in a nasty ransomware incident. It will also cover general lessons learned from Ransomware Incident Response. Finally, in the Enterprise Security News, Normalyze and Flow Security raise money to protect data, Axio and Lumu raise money to assess risk, Bitsight intends to acquire ThirdPartyTrust, Flashpoint acquires Echosec Systems, ZeroFox goes public, Rumble rebrands as runZero, Trusting Amazon with medical records, Taking cryptocurrency off the (payment) menu, AWS's CISO tells us why AWS is so much better than their competitors, and an ancient dial-up Internet service returns! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Segment Resources: https://www.scythe.io/library/operationalizing-red-canarys-2022-threat-detection-report https://www.itbrew.com/stories/2022/05/09/quantum-ransomware-can-now-move-from-entry-to-encryption-in-under-four-hours?utm_campaign=itb&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_source=morning_brew&mid=1e3360a49c0b72a4c0e4550356ffee54 https://www.cisa.gov/uscert/ncas/alerts/aa22-181a Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw287

    Enterprise Security Weekly (Audio)
    ESW #284 - Ryan Fried & Joseph Carson

    Enterprise Security Weekly (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 125:29


    This week, we start off the show by welcoming Ryan Fried to discuss how Security analysts can move past traditional Indicators of Compromise from threat intel like domains, hashes, URLs, and IP addresses. These indicators typically aren't valid shortly after the incidents happen. Modern threat hunting by doing things like reading recent and relevant security articles, pull out behaviors that attackers are doing like commands such as net group "domain admins" or RDPing from workstation to workstation and translating those to threat hunting queries. Then, Joeseph Carson joins to discuss following in the footsteps of an attacker and uncovering their digital footprints, this episode will uncover an attacker's techniques used and how they went from zero to full domain admin compromise, which resulted in a nasty ransomware incident. It will also cover general lessons learned from Ransomware Incident Response. Finally, in the Enterprise Security News, Normalyze and Flow Security raise money to protect data, Axio and Lumu raise money to assess risk, Bitsight intends to acquire ThirdPartyTrust, Flashpoint acquires Echosec Systems, ZeroFox goes public, Rumble rebrands as runZero, Trusting Amazon with medical records, Taking cryptocurrency off the (payment) menu, AWS's CISO tells us why AWS is so much better than their competitors, and an ancient dial-up Internet service returns! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Segment Resources: https://www.scythe.io/library/operationalizing-red-canarys-2022-threat-detection-report https://www.itbrew.com/stories/2022/05/09/quantum-ransomware-can-now-move-from-entry-to-encryption-in-under-four-hours?utm_campaign=itb&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_source=morning_brew&mid=1e3360a49c0b72a4c0e4550356ffee54 https://www.cisa.gov/uscert/ncas/alerts/aa22-181a Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw287

    The Joe Pomp Show
    #107 Dan Porter On Overtime's Growth, Raising A $100 Million Series D, Building Premium IP, And More

    The Joe Pomp Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 43:26


    Today's guest is Dan Porter, the co-founder and CEO of Overtime. Dan and I chat about how the company has expanded over the last six years, why he believes premium IP ownership is so important, and what might be next for the $500 million-plus company. Enjoy!

    Musicals with Cheese Podcast
    BONUS: Bridgerton, Christian Hamilton, and Copyright (feat. Emily Clark)

    Musicals with Cheese Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 40:45


    Jess sits down with Emily Clark to talk about IP's and Musical theatre, with a focus on the Bridgerton controversy and the Christian Hamilton Lawsuit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast
    12 singles sink White Sox & Jose Abreu vs Royals

    CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 58:18 Very Popular


    The Chicago White Sox fell for the third time in four games to the Kansas City Royals Thursday afternoon. Dylan Cease was excellent again, pitching 6 innings while giving up just one run. He extended his streak of 6+ IP and 1 earned run or less to 14-straight starts. Yasmani Grandal and Andrew Vaughn homered in support of Cease, but it wasn't enough as the bullpen was once again ineffective. Join Vinnie Duber, Herb Lawrence, and Sean Anderson to recap the loss on the CHGO White Sox Live Postgame Show. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH:  chgolocker.com  FOLLOW ON SOCIAL:  Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports GET OUR FREE NEWSLETTER:  http://www.allchgo.com/newsletter Visit https://bit.ly/3sE8RMe or download the PointsBet App, make a deposit and use code “CHGO” to get 2 Risk Free Bets up to $2000, an annual CHGO membership and a free shirt!  Check out FOCO for merch and collectibles here https://foco.vegb.net/CHGO and use promo code “CHGO” for 10% off your order on all non Pre Order items. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://athleticgreens.com/CHGOSox Visit https://weberinc.sjv.io/CHGO_Traveler to get yourself the best grill for tailgating from Weber Grills! Visit https://bit.ly/3Ntstuo to get 20% off OWYN products and use promo code ‘CHGO20' #WhiteSox #ChicagoWhiteSox Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Franck Ferrand raconte...
    Prokofiev: retour en URSS

    Franck Ferrand raconte...

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 24:41


    L'accueil triomphal reçu lors de ses derniers séjours en URSS comme la volonté de rompre avec « une existence nomade de concertiste en tournée » inciteront Serge Prokofiev à plier bagage pour Moscou en 1936. Le compositeur est bien loin d'imaginer que la porte de l'Occident lui sera bientôt fermée, et qu'il lui faudra aliéner sa liberté pour goûter aux charmes du paradis soviétique. Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

    The Cloud Pod
    176: The Cloud Pod Earnings Continue To Be Steady

    The Cloud Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 67:15


    On The Cloud Pod this week, the team discusses why Ryan's yelling all day (hint: he's learning). Plus: Peter misses the all-important cloud earnings, AWS Skill Builder subscriptions are now available, and Google Eventarc connects SaaS platforms.  A big thanks to this week's sponsor, Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. This week's highlights

    B.O. Boys (Movie Box Office)
    Weekend Preview: The Summer Doldrums begin as we make our predictions for Bodies Bodies Bodies, Mack & Rita, Fall and ET's 40th Anniversary IMAX re-release

    B.O. Boys (Movie Box Office)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 53:31


    The B.O. may be slowing down, but The Boys never will! In this week's preview episode, we talk about the ET 40th Anniversary IMAX release being bait for Spielberg, whether or not Bodies Bodies Bodies is the Gen Z Scream, and can Mack & Rita be a hit despite the smell of Gravitas Ventures. Plus, is the Fall going to make Air as strong of an IP as Fire or Water?   E-mail us: theboboyspodcast@gmail.com Subscribe: https://theboboys.substack.com

    PumaPodcast
    Taking climate action cues from indigenous people | A Better Normal

    PumaPodcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 26:00


    With centuries worth of experience passed down from generation to generation, indigenous people are the guardians of our planet. Yet they are underrepresented in talks about climate change. Hear from former Ifugao representative Teddy Baguilat and indigenous rights expert Atty. Ice Baguilat on what we can adapt from IP's relationship with the earth. From the "A Better Normal" podcast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    一百趴沈
    「夢幻遊戲、灌籃高手、少女革命...我們的老動漫回憶錄。」✿沈嬤玩意兒EP32

    一百趴沈

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 85:17 Very Popular


    你的年少時期曾經獲得動漫的力量嗎?長大後的你是否還能想起那些作品裡的角色與故事? 本集是再度登場的話當年路線,這次幾位叔叔阿姨們將專攻那些年我們看過的老動漫,希望和我們一樣年紀的聽眾們也能在這個過程中,尋回自己的記憶。(年輕的聽眾也許就當成一堆新動漫IP介紹來收聽吧?) Powered by Firstory Hosting

    Longbox Heroes
    Longbox Heroes Episode 618: Four Staples

    Longbox Heroes

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 86:31 Very Popular


    Could a long time comics company be done? Again? And if so, who will pick up their IP? And is Gold Key part of the Silver Age? Follow ups regarding mask policies at Emerald City Comic Con, the cast of Batgirl getting paid and David Zaslav's 10 year plan. Will it work this time? And […] The post Longbox Heroes Episode 618: Four Staples appeared first on Longbox Heroes.

    Castle Super Beast
    CSB 179: You Can't Pretend North America Doesn't Look Like a Dragon Dinosaur

    Castle Super Beast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 246:51 Very Popular


    Download for Mobile | Podcast Preview | Full Timestamps North America Looks Like a Dragon Dinosaur Evo 2022 part 1: Fighting Games Are Going to be OK! Evo 2022 part 2: …Except for GBVS Exoprimal Quitters Lab Smart, Not Hard You can watch us record the podcast live on twitch.tv/castlesuperbeast Go to http://greenchef.com/superbeast135 and use code superbeast135 to get $135 off across five boxes—and your first box ships free! Go to http://expressvpn.com/superbeast to get an extra 3 months free. Go to http://bombas.com/superbeast to get 20% off your first purchase. Go to http://buyraycon.com/superbeast to get 15% off your order. EVO 2022 Announcements: Marvel vs. Capcom 2 meets Arcade1UP Persona 4 Arena Ultimax rollback netcode update drops Umbral Core trailer Guilty Gear Strive shipped 1 million worldwide  Rollback for Samurai Shodown Crossplay for King of Fighters 15 Marie is coming to Skullgirls Dragon Ball FighterZ is getting rollback netcode on current gen ports Team Samurai and first Season 2 characters announced for KOF15 A new Fatal Fury game is coming New Tekken project in the works and Tekken 7 receives more support Kimberly and Juri revealed for Street Fighter 6 Tasty Steve and James Chen were also revealed to be among the in-game commentators Bridget is out in Guilty Gear Strive Granblue Fantasy: Versus set for $15,000 global community tournament after EVO 2022 Arc System Works is  actively pushing to collaborate with new IP owners  Super Punch-Out has a 2 player mode that went undiscovered for 28 years Pac-Man live-action movie is in development THEY NERFED BLOODHOUND STEP Elden Ring Patch 1.06 Sonic 3 confirmed for christmas 2024

    Mooroo Podcast
    Hassan Bin Rizwan

    Mooroo Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 76:54


    Founder and Director of Moonshot Animations and Co-Founder and CEO of SABAQ. At Moonshot Animations, we produce new media and animated content for our customers across the globe. Moonshot is a spinoff of our extensive experience in producing children's content and animation. With its head office in the U.S., we work closely with content producers, production houses, startups and small & medium businesses to produce their IP for the digital platforms. Our production pipeline is being expanded to Maya-Unreal mixed pipeline in addition to the traditional Maya-Redshift pipeline. Investing in training junior artists, we are growing our production capacity to deliver client's projects faster. At SABAQ, we have been experimenting in the edtech space with low-cost, high-impact solutions to develop the young minds in Pakistan with knowledge and skills needed to thrive in the knowledge economy. Our focus has been on the young kids, mostly K-5 space, and we have produced Pakistan's leading cartoon and story-based animated content library that is fully in line with the national curriculum. With successful integration and continued use in over 1,500 schools across Pakistan, SABAQ's solutions are the most widely used blended learning products in the K-5 space. We are trusted partners of federal and provincial governments for blended learning solutions. Follow him here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hassanbinrizwan/

    Franck Ferrand raconte...
    Henri de Kleist, le météore du romantisme allemand

    Franck Ferrand raconte...

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 21:47


    Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

    Triangle Squared: A Playstation Podcast
    Square Enix and the Crystal Cannibals | Triangle Squared Ep. 272

    Triangle Squared: A Playstation Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 117:16


    As we all know, Square Enix recently announced it's plans to sell Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal and much of it's western development studios and IP to Embracer Group. Many assumed that this was due to a mix of Marvel's Avengers underperforming combined with an assumed effort to trim the fat to better prime the remainder of the company to an interested party, with Sony at the forefront of that assumed list. Well, recently it was reported that Square Enix feared that these studios were "cannibalizing" sales from their rest of their studios and that by selling them they could be more efficient with their capital. Could that still mean that Square is looking to sell, or does their renewed interest in doubling down on their very successful Japanese games and developers show that they may be looking to remain independant? We share our thoughts on this, Multiversus' first season pass, Modern Warfare II's beta dates and early access, Marvel's Midnight Sun delaying in what is likely response to God of War: Ragnarok and The Last of Us Part I, Lara Croft's next adventure sounding surprisingly dirty from its vague synopsis and more! Join us on Triangle Square: A PlayStation Podcast! New episodes posts every Monday at 12PM CST/10AM PSTThis show is possible thanks to the support of our Patrons. Consider becoming one today at www.patreon.com/nartechDiscord Server: discord.gg/cEvKzqmTwitch: www.twitch.tv/nartechgamingEmail/Tweet us your thoughts and/or suggestions:Twitter: twitter.com/TriangleSqrdEmail: trianglesquaredpodcast@gmail.comPSN ID's: Add us! Brett - Chaimera086, Sol - MeteoricDemise, Chris - Figz21k#PlayStation #PlayStationPodcast #TriangleSquared

    Joe Dalton
    Billion Dollar IP Strategy Raymond J. Hegarty

    Joe Dalton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 53:47


    Raymond Hegarty is an IP strategist and IP coach.In the past 2 decades, he has managed billions of dollars' worth of IP transactions in both patents and trademarks.He is know as one of the world's “Top IP Strategists” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth
    6 Pillars of IP -- Michelle Seiler Tucker // Seiler Tucker Inc.

    MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 16:02


    For this episode, Michelle talks about the six pillars of intellectual property including IP real estate which is the most relevant for marketers. She also talked about the difference of patent and trademark, the valuation of databases, and the common mistake in contracts. Show NotesConnect With:Michelle Seiler Tucker: Website // LinkedInThe MarTech Podcast: Email // Newsletter // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn // TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Sixteen:Nine
    Thomas Philippart de Foy, Appspace

    Sixteen:Nine

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 39:21


    The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Appspace has now been active in this industry for 20 years, and through much of that time the software company was one of the larger players in a crowd of companies all chasing the general business opportunity of digital signage. But in the last few years the company has pivoted, in a big way, to the well-defined vertical of workplace. The company now describes itself as a workplace experience platform for both physical and digital workplaces. Digital signage is still a main component of what Appspace does, but just one of several in a unified platform. I caught up with Thomas Philippart de Foy, who has been with Appspace for a decade and is now the EVP of Product Innovation. In our chat, we get into what took Appspace down the workplace path, and then how it all works within an organization. The company has a PILE of users and says its software is in place at roughly 200 of the companies listed in the Fortune 500. But it also offers free accounts to smaller users, drafting off the well-used concept of freemium software - allowing people to try before they buy. If you are looking at workplace - either as a vendor or as an HR, IT or ops person, listen and learn. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Thomas, thank you for joining me. You've been with Appspace for a very long time, right?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Just celebrating 10 years in September!  Oh, okay, and we first met a number of years ago in Dubai, but then you moved to Costa Rica, which was a bit of a pivot, but now you're in Belgium for a holiday, right? Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's correct. I relocated to Costa Rica to get closer to the US time zone while still enjoying tropical weather. You don't get tropical weather in Antwerp or wherever you're in Belgium?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Rarely, once a year in the summer, there's a good day, and then the rest is rainy.  And you don't like that?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Once a year, maybe.  So Appspace, that's a company that's been around for a very long time. When I first got to know Appspace, it was very much a general digital signage CMS platform, you know, “What are you doing? We can help you out!” And you were, at that time I believe, working pretty closely with Cisco, but in the last few years you could, you very much seem to have become a company that's all about workplace experience and digital signage is one of your outputs as opposed to being a pure digital signage company.  Is that a fair assessment?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Absolutely. We're celebrating our 20 years anniversary this month, so such a big milestone, and the firs 15-16 years was really building a cloud-based CMS for digital signage. We had some mission statements. We wanted to be hardware agnostic, OS agnostic. We wanted to be cloud first, and then a few years back, we started expanding our offering and went into the room scheduling worlds, where a lot of other companies were playing, and just added that as a feature. Then just two years ago, Summer 2020, one of our biggest customers on the West Coast came over to us and said, “Hey, we're looking to return to the office after the pandemic. We need help in providing our users with an app that would allow them to reserve workspaces, comply with security policies and so forth.” And we decided to get onto that journey and build a product, and six months later we launched. So January 2021 and 30 days later, we signed one of the biggest tech companies as a customer, and from there it's been quite a ride.  Did the company go towards workplace because it looked like an opportune vertical to be in, or was it what the customers who you touching or asking for and it pulled you that way? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, in the last 10 years, I spent a lot of time meeting with customers and trying to understand their challenges and see where Appspace could help them. In this scenario, the customer came over and they had a real challenge, which we saw many other companies would have, and there was really no one in the market that had an answer for it two years ago. So we thought that's an opportunity in which we could really put some focus, leverage our existing enterprise grade platform, cloud-first experience and credibility in our large enterprise customer base to just go and expand the use case.  Really, we also see that there is a correlation happening with workplace communication and workplace management. It's not gonna be two different things, it's actually gonna be one, and we thought we could come from our workplace communication expertise and go that direction while probably some more workplace management products would probably start moving towards workplace communication, and there would be a consolidation. You also acquired a company called Beezy, which was all about the workplace as well, right?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, when we entered workplace management, we also launched our employee app, and from there, we got a lot of requests from customers to focus on employee communication in the app itself, and we met with Beezy, they had a very similar company culture, they had a good size and they had a product which was very modern, very forward looking and built on Microsoft SharePoint, and we thought that would nicely align with our product platform and our vision, so that's been a very fun journey, onboarding them into the Appspace world for the last few months.  Now is Beezy still a brand, or is it that their IP and their capabilities are rolled into Appspace?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: We're rolling them into Appspace step by step. The brands are consolidating under a single brand. Now, it's the Appspace Modern Internet by Beezy, but we are clearly focusing on aligning all the different teams under a single organization, and also the brand and the product will be one.  We definitely don't wanna run two separate products. We've always had that philosophy that with Appspace, it was one platform and features and not multiple point products so we're gonna continue doing that.  There are digital science CMSs that say that the workplace is one of the verticals that they're in, and then there are companies that just do room booking software, and maybe the displays hardware as well, they blend those together. There are hot desk companies and everything else. I'm thinking, like in a lot of other vertical markets, that the end user really doesn't wanna have to cobble together an overall solution that features all these different components and different companies doing them, they'd rather just have one company doing it all. Is that a fair statement? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yes, and the pandemic has accelerated the need for platforms versus point products.  Pre-pandemic on the workplace management, you had the IWMS to manage all your assets, you had room booking solutions for the room scaling panels, you had visitor management solutions to bring visitors into the office. There were all point products, and then on the workplace comm, you had digital signage that was a point product, you had kiosks often very close to digital signage, and then you had email publishing, you had intranet. All of those were point products as well. I think what we're seeing now is they're unifying on both sides. So you're starting to see vendors who offer room booking, hot desking, visitor management, and then on the other side, you've got companies who are starting to consolidate and acquire, and they're doing digital signage, employee app, intranet, email publishing, and what we're doing is both at the same time, which is probably our biggest unique differentiator. We believe, if you have an employee app, it's not only about employee communication or workplace management, it's the two combined. So a single app on users' devices versus multiple apps. And I assume that resonates well with the business communicators and the IT people within a company, because they don't wanna have to deal with all these different logins and back in and out stuff?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: I guess there's two sides to it. There's certainly the administrative side to it, but there's also the user adoption. A big part of the return to the office is implementing new tools for employees to reserve access into a building, reserve a meeting room or a desk, and comply with formalities, that's for sure. But the other side of it is how do you communicate with those employees? How do you let them know what are the new rules in place? What are the new policies? How do you communicate what are the new benefits in the office, the new technology available?  So being able to communicate in the same app that you're actually gonna reserve your workspace, invite your visitors, makes a lot of sense, and I think that's what HR and Corp comms are really liking with our story is that one app will do it all and it will of course integrate with all their backend systems and so forth. So if I am a business communicator at a large corporation and I want to address these issues, what can you do for them and how does it work?  Are they buying an enterprise license? Is it cloud based or are they installing something on prem, and how does it all come together? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, it's a great question and it's a big one and there's two sides to it. Once again on one side, you've got the admin, the console is fully cloud based, you don't need to install any software on your desktop, and you can start by just going on Appspace.com, create a free account and you get a full featured Appspace environment. We don't monetize features, we monetize users and devices. So even with a free account, you'll have all the features of Appspace, but you'll be limited in the number of users that can log into the app and the number of devices that you can register back. So it's the whole idea of Freemium?  I just wanted to ask because “free” is intriguing to me. You don't see that very much in digital science anymore, unless it's entry level super limited in what it does and so on, but you're doing free with the idea of onboarding people, getting them used to the system and them realizing, I like this and I'm willing to pay for it?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, so what we think is that in order to be successful with Freemium, you need to have a platform that's really self-service, and I think that's what we focused a lot over the last 10 years is simplifying the product to the point where someone who just goes on our website, creates a free account, in 30 seconds is in the Appspace account, able to register a device, create some awesome content, publish it to the device and it's working, and we were able to do that for digital signage, but then we were able to expand that into all the digital communication channels and also for workplace management.  So we maintained Freemium when a lot of other companies started thinking, “That doesn't work for us, let's go back to a trial account with someone hand holding you.” We don't need that with Appspace, you can get started, and so we have a huge amount of customers that create free accounts every month, and then when they're ready to expend, they just need to click on the link and they get in contact with a Sales rep and they can just either swipe their credit card or work through one of our partners to buy a subscription. Is that a huge amount of free signups every month? Are there no maintenance until they actually contact a Sales rep and say, “I'm interested in paying for this”?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's correct. They're touchless most of the time.  We have very large organizations that will have a lot of different free accounts, different departments, different team members who will create free accounts and get started, and then when they're ready to move and they want to do the security assessment and they want to talk contract and large scale deployments, they reach out to us.  So I guess your sales people might look at big tech company, X and see that they have five different free accounts in different departments, and the salesperson could go to them and say, “Guys, you're using a lot of this now, do you wanna harmonize it?”  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah. Our sales team, for sure, we also have a big marketing organization now. The product is also supported, so when you log into Appspace, you will have certain steps to follow to register a device, create content. It's the system that is holding your hand, not users. And then along the way, you will have opportunities to get help, to talk to people. You can go to the knowledge center. Our Sales reps are already really there to help customers get to the next level, which makes it nice because when our Account Executives talk to customers, they already have a good understanding of what the customer has been doing with Appspace and they can really jump right into it.  What happens when you have potential new customers who already have some sort of a room booking system and scheduling system, and they like them.  Do you have APIs where you can just continue to work with them or do they have to abandon that and go entirely with Appspace? Thomas Philippart de Foy: No, so we have open APIs, fully documented and online for every feature of our product. So we're happy to integrate with existing solutions that the customer may have still under contract or they're happy with it. What we're seeing though is very quickly customers consolidate because they see an opportunity for cost savings, for ease of management. And then, you know the story of a unified platform, if you have an integration with an emergency system or your building management system and the fire alarm goes on, you can broadcast that message to a digital sign, to a visitor management kiosk, to a room scheduling panel inside the room on the video device, and that can be done really easily when you're using a platform. It's much harder to achieve when you're using point products, because you need to integrate each point product with a security system and many don't even support that concept of broadcast.  So what we're seeing is when customers onboard Appspace for one use case, they very quickly start seeing the opportunity to save money, ease operations, and then benefit from the platform features and capabilities.  Are you able to provide analytics?  I've heard about this in the past where you start to get a sense of how a workplace is being used and where people are dwelling and how often rooms actually get booked and how many people are in the rooms, and it helps to size and maybe rethink some of the meeting spaces that a company may have. Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, so analytics and reporting is huge, and it's actually for the two sides of the product: for the workplace communication, understanding how users are interacting with content, whether it's on the app, on their phone, on their desktop, whether it's on a kiosk.  We have this concept of a corporate Netflix. We've had that for yours where users can actually browse content on demand, very much like you browse your video content on Netflix. You do that with the remote control, with a touch panel, whatever the interaction you want to use. We track all of that, and that gives a lot of analytics on how content is being consumed, the success of a campaign and so forth. And then on the workplace management, we have the analytics of what are the most active users, what type of workspace they book? How long do they sit at a desk? How long do they use a meeting room? If the meeting room for 10 people was booked, but used by two people, we have that data, so you can size your resources accordingly based on demand.  And then you can visualize everything inside Appspace, but we also created integrations into Tableau, into Power BI. So customers can actually export the data and visualize it in their preferred data visualization tool.  And in a workplace, the Power BI and Tableau stuff is interesting. I'm curious, are workplaces now much more sophisticated to where they see digital signage and visual communications as doing a lot more than congratulating somebody on their birthday or their 20th year with the company or whatever it may be. They're getting into visualizing KPIs in real time and that sort of thing? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Oh, yes, for sure. The number of customers that display building analytics when you enter the building, when you get on the first floor, where you can see the floor plan, you can see the heat maps, you can see the air quality, you can see the average temperature of the neighborhood. That certainly is a very common use case nowadays, providing building insights to users on digital signs is becoming really exciting.  I think what we're seeing is a huge opportunity of combining workplace management and workplace communication is when you now have context to where digital signage can help, and you know that in the retail world, there's been a bunch of vendors who've monitored gender, age, ethnicity in order to manage communication campaign to those audience and measure also. In workplace management, you don't really care about age or gender. But what you do care is which user is sitting where, and when you've got a majority of salespeople sitting in a neighborhood, can you actually change the content to relate to those people? And that's been something that we've done a lot over the last year and a half is creating that context of digital signage experience, where even though I'm going back into an office where it's a hot desking hotel, the content still speaks to me, because the system is aware that I'm gonna be sitting there, and I think that's huge, because in those days you used to know exactly where people were sitting so you were planning your content for the sales team based on where people were sitting. Now, the system will automate that process based on the data they get from their workplace management feature. And they're not using computer vision or things like that? Because when I come in to work at an office, I have to book a specific desk, and that's how you know that I'm there, right?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Either because you're booking a specific desk or you're sitting at a specific desk, and when you're actually sitting, we are able to identify who you are, and therefore dynamically say what's interesting to you is more sales data or more product marketing data, and therefore we mush multiple channels of content together to provide a perfect playlist that matches the audience.  But how do you know I'm at that desk?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's where workplace technology comes, whether it's smart docking stations, whether it's physically connecting into the network and passing the user identity, whether it's those new video devices that we see popping left and right on the desks. It could be when you have a desk puck, which is similar to a room scheduling panel, you arrive and you will scan the QR code with your phone and authenticate and check into a desk and say, this is now my desk. So we have a lot of different tools that allows us to identify the user and therefore to get that data that we need to personalize the workspace environment.  Through the pandemic, particularly in the first months, there was all kinds of discussion about how the workplace was gonna change, because those workplaces were being hollowed out through lockdowns and so on, and there's been all kinds of discussions and debate and everything else, particularly in the last six months or so, is where workplaces have started to repopulate as to whether it really did change all that much, and whether everybody's just working from home or everybody's into a hybrid thing.  You're on the ground, so to speak, you're dealing with companies who are implementing this stuff. What's your sense of what's actually happening?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: I think companies are worried that people are not coming back to the office as quickly as they had hoped they would, and although many companies during the pandemic said that they would not require employees to go back to the office. It's very different two years later, we realize how the workplace culture is important, and having people, if not every day, at least a few days a week, come into the office and meet their teammates and so forth. So we're now seeing a sense of urgency from many customers to find ways to convince people to go back to the office and that comes with offering a new experience, offering new services.  The new experience is making sure that regardless of where I sit in the building, I have the building talking to me, the building is aware that I'm there and being able to personalize that experience, and I think that's where digital signage is playing such a critical role. But then in the employee app, when I'm booking a room or when I'm booking a desk, I may need different types of services, maybe I need different technology, or maybe I want catering services. I should be able to do that from the app and reserve this ahead of time, and we're seeing a lot of demand around those new experiences where employees will get more benefits when they come to the office, not only benefits of a better physical workplace, but also benefits in terms of the services that are offered, and that will incentivize them to come back into the office, and then naturally, as people will come back to the office, they will meet their teammates again, and they will see why it's so important to meet in person, and that will create a dynamic, and at some point I think we'll get back to somewhat a normal situation where most people will go to the office more regularly. Did the pandemic accelerate something that, from your perspective, was going to happen anyways and just speed it up out of necessity, or were there a lot of companies that weren't really thinking about changing how their workplaces were experienced?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's a great question. I actually think the pandemic gave the opportunity for large organizations to make a cultural change in the workplace that was planned, but maybe seen as a 5-10 years initiative, and they were able to do it in 2 years.  Hot-desking in hotels is an example. We've been talking about hotels and hot-desking for years, but no one was able to implement it. It was such a big cultural change. The pandemic gave the opportunity for companies to take the decision, to reduce real estate and implement hot-desking in hotels, and they had a good reason for that, and for employees, it was like a natural thing that was happening. It would have taken years to get there otherwise. That's why no one was really focusing on the technology for it.  I also think that the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of apps, like Microsoft Teams. Many companies were still using Skype for Business and other tools and they were struggling to unify under a modern app like Microsoft Teams or Slack or WebEx, and this gave them the opportunity to do that, and by doing that, all employees now have one common app on their personal device, whether it's a phone or a desktop, they're able to communicate, chat, exchange files, and we've just launched our embedded app for Teams. So now you have Appspace embedded in Teams, which means users don't need to download a new app to reserve their workspaces or receive team communication. They have all of it inside one app, and I think that's an acceleration that's a result of the pandemic.  We obviously saw how Zoom and Microsoft and WebEx grew from that. That has also helped in the adoption of new technology, like workplace management and employee comms.  Yeah, I was curious about that because if you have all these other workplace tools, the next logical thing to integrate into there would be video conferencing, but that's that's an entirely different business and pretty damn complicated. So the easier path would be to integrate with something like Teams, right? Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's correct. I think Teams offer the framework to embed an app fully into Teams, handle the authentication for the user, and then from there, we have so much insights on what the user needs that we're really able to personalize the experience. The Teams embedded app is a huge win for customers because if you think of a very large service organization with 200,000 desk workers, rolling out a new app for communication and for workplace management is a big challenge. Getting users to download the app or deploying the app to their personal device, enabling user authentication, tracking how users are actually logging in the app. This is no longer a challenge when you are embedded in Teams, because one morning you wake up and on your sidebar, you've got a new button, you click on it and that's where you reserve your workspace, that's where you see your workplace communication, all of it in an app that you were already logging in every morning.  So I'm a CTO at a very large tech company, and if I'm a CTO, the company's going down, but regardless of that, if I'm sitting across from you and I say, “okay, this is interesting, make me comfortable that this is secure.” What do you tell me?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: We obviously work with close to two hundred of the Fortune 500 companies, so we're used to working with very large organizations that have very strict security requirements, and our product (the cloud service) is already approved by IT, by Security and enabled whether it's for digital signage or room booking or visitor for one of the features.  Enabling suddenly to turn on the other features doesn't require any more security assessment because the product has been approved. We also have only one app, whether you are running our app on a system on a chip display, on a kiosk, on an iPad, it's the same app in a different container. And this means that once you have your app approved for one of the use cases, your app is actually approved for all the other use cases. That's again been strengths on our side is trying to keep it single simple platform that allows you to really very quickly scale this across your organization. One thing that's come up a lot in the last couple years is digital science companies who addressed some of the ideas of remote work by having, in effect, a network screensaver, something that would push out to home based workers and pop messaging on a screen and all that. Are you doing that sort of thing, and if so, is it widely adopted?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, it's a little bit what we started doing five years ago inside meeting rooms on video devices. When the video device is not used for video conferencing, pop up a screensaver and its Appspace, it's running natively on the client and it will display all the important communication. In the case of a meeting room, we're targeting a wider audience.  Now, when you run our UWP app on a Windows device, we obviously know who is the owner of that device, so we're able to personalize the content. Now, I see this as an interesting use case for screensavers. Although I've never seen someone sitting in front of his laptop watching a screensaver as they do a digital sign, drinking a coffee, but I do like the experience of: you're running the Appspace app on the desktop, it's in screensaver mode. When you plug in your laptop in the office or at home, it pops up the experience where as a user, you can say, “Hey, I'm working from home” or “I'm in the office”, and that then trickles into a whole series of events that makes your colleagues, your teammates aware of where you are working from today, are you in the office and so forth.  So screensaver for just pure content playlist, that's really easy to achieve, but I don't know that this is a huge benefit and a huge win, but coupling that with workplace management can be really interesting. Yeah, I do like the idea of being able to instant message somebody in a way, other than an email, but you're right. If I was working for a large company and I was sitting at home and there was something steadily popping up on the screen telling me about Millie's birthday or Bob's retirement or whatever, I'd be looking very hard to figure out some way to disable it.  Thomas Philippart de Foy: One thing we did though, is we worked with a big law firm in Canada, and the CIO managed to convince the partners to move from a physically assigned office to a hot office, if you will. Very challenging, because lawyers and partners are very conventional. They like their workspace environment. They want their corner office. And what the CIO was able to convince is there would be new sacrifice in the personal experience and to do that, they put in every office, a digital sign, 55 inch display coupled with video or not, depending on the office profile. Outside the office, there is an office scheduling panel.  The partner from home is able to reserve on their Appspace app, “Hey, I need an office from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and these are the amenities I need.” They reserve that workspace, and when they come into the office, they actually check on the panel outside or on their phone and the digital sign instantly switches to their personal channel. They have potentially their practice news, maybe their preferred sports news, and also their family pictures that they want, and they've just personalized that office with content for the partners and that made them really excited because now they had a big 55 inch display showing their practice news or their family pictures instead of those little frames on the desk that would take the dust. I think when technology really increases the user experience and doesn't sacrifice anything, I think this works really well as a home office as well. If you have an extra display and you can use that real estate, that makes sense, but let's not be mistaken, people care about themselves primarily, they want information that's relevant to them. If I'm at home, I don't know that I want this birthday of a colleague, but I wouldn't mind having pictures of a year ago from my family and kids that I celebrated, maybe that's more useful for me.  We haven't talked about back of house and all the discussions around being workplace, as it relates to an office, are you doing work in production areas and industrial areas and so on? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah. So if you remember, we acquired a company called The Marlin Company a couple of years ago, and their main focus was industrial. A very large amount of customers in that space, and we've been working a lot with those customers in transitioning from digital signage, which was a normal evolution of printed posters to digital content and focus a lot around safety and workplace wellbeing and so forth to communicate on personal devices.  Now, frontline workers typically don't have a company email address. So how do they log into the app? So we combine digital signage with the employee app. Digital signage will say, “Hey, there's a new employee app. To access the app, scan this QR code!” User scans the QR code on their phone, enters an employee ID and a phone number and a few seconds later, they get a one time password to create their credentials and they are now logged into the same app as the desk workers with different feature sets, but it's the same app, and now they also have the ability to have employee communication, team communication. They can chat, they can react socially and comment on the content the same way anyone else.  This is breaking the barrier between the desk workers and the frontline workers where really the frontline workers who didn't have a lot of the technology stack because they didn't have a company email address, where everyone has a smartphone so why wouldn't they have the same benefits? And that one time password, no email login has been huge win for us and for our customers in making sure every employee is aligned and has access to the same capabilities.  Last question, this conversation flew by. What's the installed footprint for Appspace at this point?  Thomas Philippart de Foy: It's always hard to say because we count users. We evaluate that around 10 million users benefit from Appspace around workplace management and workplace communication today. We have around 2,500 customers, two hundred of the Fortune 500, and deployments that will scale on the screen size between 50 screens and 10,000 screens for a single customer. And on the user side, our largest deployment is 175,000 users logging into our app to receive team communication or reserve workspaces. So very large deployments. We like to focus on large customers, but with the Marlin acquisition, we were able to really get into the industrial segment where you have a lot of smaller organizations, maybe not always smaller in terms of number of workers, but maybe smaller in terms of number of physical workspaces. Yeah. All right, this was great. I learned a lot, which is, I guess the point. Thomas Philippart de Foy: That was great. Thank you so much for giving us the time. 

    5 Second Rule
    #35 NHSN Case Studies: Level Up Your Surveillance

    5 Second Rule

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:15


    NHSN training is a key first step to becoming a competent infection preventionist. In this episode we talk to Marc Wright, clinical science liaison for the central region at PDI, on the history of the AJIC/NHSN Case Studies, the important role they play in IP competency development, and how to make them work for you. Hosted by: Marie Wilson, MSN, RN, CIC, interim host of the 5 Second Rule podcast About our Guests: Marc-Oliver Wright, MT(ASCP), MS, CIC, FAPIC, Clinical Science Liaison, Central Region, PDI Marc-Oliver Wright, MT (ASCP), MS, CIC, FAPIC, is the clinical science liaison for the central region at PDI, Inc. He has an extensive work history in infection prevention including as an infection preventionist at the University of Wisconsin University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin and as the corporate director of infection control and quality improvement for NorthShore University HealthSystem in Evanston, Illinois. His educational background includes a bachelors of sciences in clinical laboratory sciences, a master's of science in epidemiology and advanced training in public health informatics-all from the University of Illinois – Chicago. He is board certified in infection prevention, a Fellow of APIC and was the 2019 recipient of the President's Distinguished Service Award (in honor of Pat Lynch). Marc-Oliver previously served on the Board of Directors at APIC as well as an officer as Treasurer. He has over 60 publications in the American Journal of Infection Control, Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, Emerging Infectious Diseases, among others and served as an editorial board member and section editor for the American Journal of Infection Control from 2009-2019.

    Free Zone Frontier
    The Importance Of Intangible Assets, with Keegan Caldwell

    Free Zone Frontier

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 29:50


    In this constantly changing political and economic landscape, entrepreneurs can benefit greatly from understanding intellectual property. Dan Sullivan and Steve Krein continue their discussion with Keegan Caldwell, founder of one of the fastest-growing IP firms in the world, about what entrepreneurs should know when it comes to their IP.

    Free Time with Jenny Blake
    117: Tiny Marketing Actions with Pamela Slim

    Free Time with Jenny Blake

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 55:12


    Do you shy away from marketing and metrics, or have trouble figuring out more of your ideal clients? If so, this conversation will give you just the boost you need! Join me and longtime friendtor Pamela Slim (the one who gave me the courage and encouragement to leave my comfy corporate life back in 2011) as we discuss shifting out of empire culture toward ecosystem culture, identifying watering holes for your ideal community members, working with “PB&J partners,” being the weirdo in the room, and prioritizing outreach even if you're introverted. More About Pam: Pamela Slim is an award-winning author, speaker and business coach who works with small business owners ready to scale their businesses and IP. She is the author of Escape from Cubicle Nation, Body of Work, and The Widest Net: Unlock Untapped Markets and Discover New Customers Right in Front of You, and TEDx speaker on Finding Purpose in the New World of Work. She also hosts The Widest Net podcast where she shares the many ways entrepreneurs and small business owners can build a thriving business.

    The Metacast
    StriderDAO : Community-Driven IP Creation - Crypto Corner

    The Metacast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 43:28


    (Apologies for Mic Quality issues in the last 2 minutes!) On this week's Crypto Corner, StriderDAO cofounder and CEO Andrew Green joins your host Nico Vereecke for a deep dive into Strider -  a web3 platform and toolset that helps harness the creative power of communities to build new game and entertainment IP.If you would like us to discuss any other blockchain gaming-related topics, do reach out at nicolas@naavik.co or metacast@naavik.co. We'd love to hear your general thoughts and feedback too! And as always, if you like the episode, you can help others find us by leaving a rating or review!TLDListen?: Episode summaryWatch the episode: YouTube video Join the discussion: Naavik DiscordRead more: Naavik DigestWatch more: YouTube channelGo premium: Naavik ProFollow us: Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | WebsiteSound design by Gavin Mc Gabe.

    Reel Connections
    109 - Is Hollywood Out of Original Ideas

    Reel Connections

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 24:36


    It feels like there aren't any original ideas because so many shows or movies we're watching is based on something else. This week, Khadesia joins the show to breakdown her favorite and ones she dispites. Plus, we brainstorm an actor whose filmography doesn't have an existing IP (intellectual property) think about it. Follow us on Instagram and on Twitter.

    Hey Babe! Med Silvany Bricen og Hedda Brodtkorb
    Episode 127 - Veien til et sunnere liv med helsecoach Katrine van Wyk

    Hey Babe! Med Silvany Bricen og Hedda Brodtkorb

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 46:28


    Holistisk helsecoach Katrine van Wyk gjester Hey Babe! og forteller om sin begynnende helsetransformasjon fra tiden som ung modell i New York, og gir oss noen enkle og gode nøkkeltips på hvordan vi kan innføre litt bedre og sunnere kostholdsvaner uten å ofre for mye.Bli bedre kjent med Katrine her: www.katrinevanwyk.com Episoden kan inneholde målrettet reklame, basert på din IP-adresse, enhet og posisjon. Se smartpod.no/personvern for informasjon og dine valg om deling av data.

    Franck Ferrand raconte...
    Le dernier été de Coligny

    Franck Ferrand raconte...

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 23:48


    En 1571, l'amiral de Coligny, chef protestant, reparaît à la cour après des années de guerre. Pas sûr qu'il soit aussi bienvenu qu'on aimerait le lui faire croire… Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

    Dungeon Master of None
    228 - Dragonlance with Meaghan J.

    Dungeon Master of None

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 67:43 Very Popular


    DMs Matt and Rob are joined by special Krynn correspondent Meaghan J., host of the The Dragonlance Canticle podcast. We discuss all things Dragonlance: the history of the IP, why you should run a game using this campaign setting, what's coming down the pike for Dragonlance 5e, and how to deal with some of the problematic elements in Krynn. Follow Meaghan's RPG Creations Listen to the Dragonlance Canticle podcast The Dragonlance Nexus website Tasselhoff's Pouches of Everything, the free unofficial guide to Dragonlance for 5e players and DMs  

    No Jumper
    T-Rell with Dizaster & Lush One on the Math Hoffa Fight, Geechi Gotti & More

    No Jumper

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 76:03 Very Popular


    T-Rell literally takes over the God Tier podcast, turns the table on them, and asks a gang of questions about battle rap! ----- 00:00 Intro 1:45 T-Rell says Diz and Lush only have battle rap guests so no other hosts felt like coming on their show 2:38 T-Rell has been watching a lot of battle rap lately, T-Rell was blown away by Dizaster battles 5:25 Dizaster tries to explain past beef with Math Hoffa?? 8:50 The beef got bigger when they did Total Slaughter battle TV show, they were living in the same house 12:50 Why the battle go left, Diz also says that everyone knew it would go left and promoters acted surprised 15:30 Hoffa got super confident around the time he was hanging out with crips 16:39 The fans definitely added fuel to the fire for years for this beef to keep going 19:35 T-Rell says Diz and Daylite fighting on camera was the lamest sh*t 22:05 T-Rell thinks because battle rappers are underpaid, it frustrates them into fighting each other 24:24 Diz says it was a toxic environment in retrospect, fans are entertained by shenanigans 29:33 T-Rell says Diz and Lush should be the point guards of battle rap, react to some battles and give their take 30:40 Dizaster vs Geechie, T-Rell says Geechie is crazy and asks Diz if he can hang with Geechie 34:40 Diz was the face of the west coast for years, Geechie is the new face 39:26 Diz exposed a battle rapper who bought bars to use during a battle 41:19 Canibus pulling out his notebook was one of the saddest moments in hiphop history 45:55 Canibus was one of the first major names to step into the arena, even since then, no one dared to battle 46:34 Drake hosting Diz battle in 2011, Diz and Lush say it kinda took battle rap to a different level, there wasn't much going on until then 49:05 People think Drake just popped out in the battle rap scene just recently 52:40 T-Rell asks how to make battle lucrative 54:45 Diz says there's no real formula to make it into battle rap, but to make it lucrative, you have to build a brand, IP, sponsors etc 57:53 Knowing your value as a battle rapper, and knowing the business just as much as your craft 1:08:10 Different hosts get a different kind of convo even from the same guest, plus wish list of artists they wanna have on ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! nojumper.com SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz  Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Nats Chat
    Game 110: Shredded & Swept

    Nats Chat

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 39:55 Very Popular


    The Nats were crushed 13-1 in Philadelphia that capped a four game sweep by the home team. Al & Tim try to make sense of the miserable weekend, which was low lighted by noncompetitive starting pitching. Cory Abbott on Sunday allowed four homers and seven runs in fewer than four frames; while issuing five walks. (20:10) Luis Garcia committed an egregious throwing error in the 8th inning on Sunday. C.J. Abrams spent the weekend at SS for Rochester, which begs the question of when will Abrams get called up? It seems like Garcia's days at SS are coming to an end in the near future. (26:10) Luke Voit had six hits in his first series as a National. He seems to have settled in already to the third spot in the batting lineup. (30:30) Answering listener emails, and the conversation steers towards the possibility of promoting Cade Cavalli. He started on Sunday in Columbus and had a decent outing (5 IP, 2 R, 6 H). Could he face the Padres next weekend? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    The Infinity Podcast
    BATGIRL AND THE SANDMAN: DISCOVERY BUST

    The Infinity Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 65:06


    Dreams and nightmares abound on The Infinity Podcast! This week: Scott and Rachel break down the Batgirl shenanigans and Netflix's first two THE SANDMAN installments, going deep on the latter's trans allegories, the insanity of HBO Max being “male skewing,” and if visionary directors are the new IP. It's al here and more on BATGIRL AND THE SANDMAN: DISCOVERY BUST

    Franck Ferrand raconte...

    Son nom est à lui seul une évocation de Dunkerque et de l'épopée des corsaires : Jean Bart – un des plus grands marins du XVIIe siècle. Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

    The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief
    The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief, ep. 213

    The Caixin-Sinica Business Brief

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 14:46


    This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: Sino-U.S. relations continue to suffer in the aftermath of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's controversial trip to Taiwan; the U.S. expands its ban on the sale of semiconductor design equipment to China; Chinese electric vehicle battery maker CATL sues a rival over alleged IP infringement; troubled property developer Evergrande abandons plans to build a massive soccer stadium in Southern China; and China's two largest online game publishers see zero new titles approved in the latest government list.In addition, we speak with Caixin Global's Nandini Venkata about Alibaba's turbulent ride in the U.S. as it faces a potential delisting over the ongoing audit controversy.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Rolando Solo
    Rolando Solo du 08/08/2022

    Rolando Solo

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 56:46


    Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

    Thrilling Tales of Modern Capitalism
    What Next TBD: The Monkeypox Vaccine Monopoly

    Thrilling Tales of Modern Capitalism

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:45 Very Popular


    It makes intuitive sense for companies that develop a technology to hold its intellectual property rights. But in the case of vaccines and medical treatments, IP laws slow down manufacturing and distribution and give private companies the power to make huge decisions that affect public health globally. Guest: Zain Rizvi, researcher for advocacy group Public Citizen, specializing in pharmaceutical innovation and access to medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    What Next | Daily News and Analysis
    TBD | The Monkeypox Vaccine Monopoly

    What Next | Daily News and Analysis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:45 Very Popular


    It makes intuitive sense for companies that develop a technology to hold its intellectual property rights. But in the case of vaccines and medical treatments, IP laws slow down manufacturing and distribution and give private companies the power to make huge decisions that affect public health globally. Guest: Zain Rizvi, researcher for advocacy group Public Citizen, specializing in pharmaceutical innovation and access to medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Trumpcast
    What Next TBD: The Monkeypox Vaccine Monopoly

    Trumpcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:45


    It makes intuitive sense for companies that develop a technology to hold its intellectual property rights. But in the case of vaccines and medical treatments, IP laws slow down manufacturing and distribution and give private companies the power to make huge decisions that affect public health globally. Guest: Zain Rizvi, researcher for advocacy group Public Citizen, specializing in pharmaceutical innovation and access to medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Slate Daily Feed
    What Next TBD: The Monkeypox Vaccine Monopoly

    Slate Daily Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:45


    It makes intuitive sense for companies that develop a technology to hold its intellectual property rights. But in the case of vaccines and medical treatments, IP laws slow down manufacturing and distribution and give private companies the power to make huge decisions that affect public health globally. Guest: Zain Rizvi, researcher for advocacy group Public Citizen, specializing in pharmaceutical innovation and access to medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    If Then | News on technology, Silicon Valley, politics, and tech policy

    It makes intuitive sense for companies that develop a technology to hold its intellectual property rights. But in the case of vaccines and medical treatments, IP laws slow down manufacturing and distribution and give private companies the power to make huge decisions that affect public health globally. Guest: Zain Rizvi, researcher for advocacy group Public Citizen, specializing in pharmaceutical innovation and access to medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Adafruit Industries
    a first test of circuitpython on ESP32 web workflow!

    Adafruit Industries

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 1:17


    scott and dan just merged in Web (WiFi) Workflow for circuitpython and ESP32 (https://github.com/adafruit/circuitpython/pull/6685) which means that it's incredibly easy to start working with chips like the ESP32 which have excellent WiFi networking but do not have USB mass-storage. we want to have CircuitPython run on these chips but of course we ALSO want to have a great user experience for beginners, and being able to pop open a serial terminal or upload files via a browser's drag-n-drop capabilities would be sweeeeet. we pulled out an odroid go (https://www.hardkernel.com/shop/odroid-go/) which was a popular ESP32 WROVER-based game console, and uploaded the code with esp32 loader (https://espressif.github.io/esptool-js/) . then we configured the AP and SSID password (https://docs.circuitpython.org/en/latest/docs/workflows.html) - this will be done more automatically in the future, for now its done manually with some REPL commands. Now when we visit the IP address displayed on the odroid's screen, it will let us immediately go to the built-in serial console that is also web-compatible! any repl commands are echoed on the display as well. next up we will try uploading files. Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ ----------------------------------------- #adafruit #circuitpython #esp32

    The Secret History of the Future
    What Next TBD: The Monkeypox Vaccine Monopoly

    The Secret History of the Future

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 28:45


    It makes intuitive sense for companies that develop a technology to hold its intellectual property rights. But in the case of vaccines and medical treatments, IP laws slow down manufacturing and distribution and give private companies the power to make huge decisions that affect public health globally. Guest: Zain Rizvi, researcher for advocacy group Public Citizen, specializing in pharmaceutical innovation and access to medicine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Ultra 64
    Splatoon

    Ultra 64

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 52:23


    Prepare to get splatted, because this week we're playing SPLATOON, the most successful original IP on the Wii U! We're talking all about the history of this squid-filled delight, and how Nintendo brought their own unique spin to the arena shooter genre!  Hosted by Steve Guntli and Woody Ciskowski  Logo by Corinne Kempen  Theme song: "Truck" by The Octopus Project (theoctopusproject.com)  ultra64podcast.com  Twitter: @ultra64podcast  Email: ultra64podcast@gmail.com  Instagram: @ultra64podcast Patreon: patreon.com/ultra64pod  Next week's episode: Family Party 30 Great Games Obstacle Arcade / Wii Party U 

    Misjonen med Antonsen og Golden
    Destillert: Stian Blipp - Jazz - Duk

    Misjonen med Antonsen og Golden

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 30:28


    Da Atle danset ved siden av Stian Blipp - Misjonen er Jazz på iTunes - Hva er poenget med Duk? Episoden kan inneholde målrettet reklame, basert på din IP-adresse, enhet og posisjon. Se smartpod.no/personvern for informasjon og dine valg om deling av data.

    Daily News Brief
    Daily News Brief for Friday, August 5th, 2022

    Daily News Brief

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:40


    This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, August 5th, 2022. Today, we’ll hear about a private school excluding white families from a back-to-school event, China fires missiles into Taiwanese waters’ calling them training exercises. CNN’s ratings are continuing to fall, Amazon’s new Lord of the Rings looks like a woke dumpster fire, and more… but first: Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com Let’s start with our friends over at CNN… what’s going on?! https://thepostmillennial.com/cnn-ratings-collapse-as-network-looks-for-new-revenue-including-extending-the-brand-in-china?utm_campaign=64487 CNN ratings collapse as network looks for 'new revenue'—including 'extending' the brand in China Over at CNN the "hunt is on for new revenue" as the news network's "ratings plummet" and "profits slump" below nearly $1 billion. On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that CNN's yearly profitability is expected to decline to $956.8 according to projections from S&P Global Market Intelligence. CNN's annual profits haven't sunk below $1 billion since 2016, the year Donald Trump beat Hilary Clinton in the presidential election and subsequently became a prominent figure in their commentary. "Ratings are down from their Trump-era heights across cable news, but declines at CNN are particularly pronounced," the Times noted. CNN viewership is about 639,000 in the prime time hours slot, which is down 27 percent from last year. More people on average watch MSNBC, whose viewership is down 23 percent, and Fox wins over both networks and is up about a percentage point in overall viewers. Fox's ascension in rating while MSNBC and CNN decline is the continuation of a stark pattern reported in 2021 which saw Fox News on top averaging 1.3 million in total day viewers, compared to 919,000 at MSNBC and 787,000 watching CNN. CNN's entropic ratings is a continuing trend. "It's becoming increasingly apparent that the vast majority of Americans are rejecting fake news," The Post Millennial, reported in June as CNN recorded their worst weekend ratings since 1993. To recoup losses generated by CNN, parent company Warner Bros. Discovery is looking to sell programming created for some of its other services, such as HBO Max. They're also broadly cracking down on expenses such as spending money on work celebrations. CNN brought on Chris Marlin, a lawyer with no cable news experience, who suggested "striking advertising deals with major tech companies like Microsoft," "selling sponsorships to corporate underwriters," and "extending CNN’s brand in China." Well that’s some good news, but file this next article under things that would make one lose faith in humanity: https://thepostmillennial.com/80-year-old-granny-banned-from-ymca-after-demanding-biological-male-leave-womens-locker-room-where-little-girls-were-undressing?utm_campaign=64487 80-year-old granny banned from YMCA after demanding biological male leave women's locker room where little girls were undressing An 80-year-old Washington state woman has been banned from using her local YMCA's public pool after she expressed discomfort with a biological male in the women’s locker room as young girls were undressing. She was in the shower when she heard a male voice and peeked out to find a biological male in a women's swimsuit engaging with little girls who were undressing. The biological male was reportedly with girls from the day camp, overseeing their bathroom activities. Jaman said that she had been showering after her July 26 swim at the pool, when she heard "a man’s voice in the women’s dressing area." She said that she saw "a man in a women’s swimsuit, watching little girls pull down their bathing suits in order to use the toilets in the dressing room." In an email from the YMCA’s Marketing and Communications Manager to The Post Millennial, they said that the staff member was not "engaging" with these girls, but rather escorting them to the dressing room. According to the Port Townsend Free Press, Jaman, who had been in the shower when she realized what was happening, hidden behind thin, sheer shower curtains, asked this person, revealed to go by the name Clementine Adams, "Do you have a penis?" "None of your business," Adams reportedly responded. "Get out of here, right now," Jaman replied. "You’re discriminating and you can’t use the pool anymore and I’m calling the police," YMCA aquatics manager Rowen DeLuna told Jaman after she requested that Adams leave the room, according to the Port Townsend Free Press. In an email from the YMCA’s Marketing and Communications Manager, they said that Jaman was not permanently suspended for this incident alone, but rather due to "repeatedly violating the Olympic Peninsula YMCA code of conduct, specifically, using disrespectful words or gestures towards YMCA staff or others; and abusive, harassing and/or obscene language or gestures towards YMCA staff or others." Per Washington state law, "All covered entities shall allow individuals the use of gender-segregated facilities, such as restrooms, locker rooms, dressing rooms, and homeless or emergency shelters, that are consistent with that individual's gender expression or gender identity." "The Y has not provided any dressing, shower room options for women who do not want to be exposed to men who identify as women," Jaman added. The state of Washington strikes again… But let’s allow Conneticut get in on the action! https://www.nationalreview.com/news/connecticut-private-school-excludes-white-families-from-back-to-school-event/ Connecticut Private School Excludes White Families from Back-to-School Event Greenwich Country Day School (GCDS), a private school in Greenwich, Conn., sent a letter to the families of students on Monday inviting them to a back-to-school event, so long as they identify as a racial minority. “The annual Cider and Donuts event is open to GCDS families who identify as Black, Asian, Latinx, multi-racial, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, and/or people of color,” read the letter, which was obtained by National Review. The letter was addressed to “GCDS families” and was signed by the director and associate director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). Above the description of the event, scheduled for October 8, it mentioned the importance of “building an inclusive, just and equitable community reflecting the multitude of human identities and perspectives in our world.” The school’s DEI website states that its mission is to “nurture meaningful learning through interactions and collaborations between people of diverse and intersecting identities,” including “race and ethnicity,” and its annual tuition ranges between $37,150 and $48,500. Let’s shift our eyes overseas https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-china-fires-ballistic-missiles-into-taiwanese-waters China Fires Ballistic Missiles Into Taiwanese Waters On Thursday, Taiwan said that Communist China fired a number of Dongfeng series ballistic missiles into waters by Taiwan’s northeast and southwest. Other reports said the Taiwanese government asserted that Communist China had fired two missiles from the nearby Matsu Islands. Further reports stated that roughly ten Chinese navy ships crossed the Taiwan Strait median line. Meanwhile, President Biden’s administration reportedly has been lobbying against a bill that would support Taiwan by naming it a major non-NATO ally, according to people familiar with the matter. The bill would give $4.5 billion in security aid and support its presence in international organizations. Before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan this week, China’s foreign ministry issued a protest to the United States, threatening that a visit “seriously infringes upon China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.” China’s defense ministry said it would launch “targeted military operations,” France 24 reported, adding, “The Chinese military announced joint air and sea drills near Taiwan starting on Tuesday night and test launch of conventional missiles in the sea east of Taiwan, with Chinese state news agency Xinhua describing live-fire drills and other exercises around Taiwan from Thursday to Sunday.” Last Thursday, according to the Chinese Embassy in Washington, Chinese leader Xi Jinping threatened the U.S. in a conversation with President Joe Biden about America’s ties to Taiwan. “Those who play with fire will perish by it. It is hoped that the U.S. will be clear-eyed about this,” the Chinese statement said Xi warned. https://news.usni.org/2022/08/02/chinese-and-russian-ships-sailing-near-japanese-mod-says Chinese and Russian Ships Sailing Near Japan, Japanese MoD Says People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) and Russian Navy warships have made independent transits around Japan over the past few days, the Japanese Ministry of Defense said this week. Japan spotted a Russian Navy corvette on Friday at 6 p.m. sailing east in an area 50 kilometers from Cape Soya, according to one of three new releases issued by the Joint Staff Office (JSO) of the Ministry of Defense Monday. Now, we take a dive into the world of entertainment, or at least Amazon’s view of entertainment: https://boundingintocomics.com/2022/08/03/the-lord-of-the-rings-the-rings-of-power-actress-nazanin-boniadi-says-her-character-is-an-activist-credits-prime-video-writers-for-giving-female-characters-agency/ ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power’ Actress Nazanin Boniadi Says Her Character Is An Activist, Credits Prime Video Writers For Giving Female Characters Agency Actress Nazanin Boniadi, who plays Bronwyn in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, recently described her character as an activist while also crediting the Prime Video writers of the show for giving female characters agency. Boniadi appeared at San Diego Comic-Con at the end of July where she talked to the media and specifically praised the writers on the show for giving female characters agency. Boniadi said, “What I love about the writers on this show is that they have given every woman on the show, every female character, such agency.” “We don’t serve the men around us, we have a storyline and our own right,” she added. The actress also stated at San Diego Comic-Con, “For Bronwyn, she is a healer. But she taps into her inner lioness and I as an activist, as a longtime human rights activist from my homeland, Iran… I tapped into what I believe women are doing for my homeland.” “And playing with character in sort of liberating and redeeming the Southlanders who back you know, in her ancestors’ days, chose evil over good,” she added. https://twitter.com/i/status/1551302209299591170 - Play Video Can I just add that her character doesn’t exist in the books? Or anywhere in Middle Earth’s lore? Because there weren’t enough characters right? This show is going to be a massive disaster. https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/08/03/trans-cyclist-blasts-usa-cycling-banning-him-competition-revoking-medal/ Guys lets end this week on a positive note here by talking about the topic that I love… sports! Trans Cyclist Blasts USA Cycling for Banning Him from Competition, Revoking Medal A transgender cyclist claims that a representative from USA Cycling informed him that he would no longer be allowed to compete in the women’s division and that his spot on the IP (individual pursuit) podium had been revoked. Leia Genis, a 25-year-old man who identifies as a woman, was reportedly stripped of the silver medal he won in the women’s division of USA Cycling and barred from competing in any additional events at the 2022 Junior & Elite Track National Championships. “USA Cycling updated its press release Friday by deleting a reference to Genis and elevating third-place finisher Skyler Espinoza to the runner-up slot,” the Washington Times reported. “Cyclist Elizabeth Stevenson, who placed fourth in the Wednesday competition, was credited as the bronze medalist.” Genis had won silver after finishing second at the Elite Individual Pursuit competition. The transgender cyclist wrote on Instagram, “…as I was preparing for the mass start races, a USA Cycling official informed me that I was no longer allowed to compete and that my place on the IP podium was to be revoked on account of my trans identity. . “6 weeks ago, I was eligible for competition at UCI C1 and C2 races held at the same velodrome and overseen by the same technical director. Yet 6 weeks later, now that I am doing well at nationals, I am suddenly ineligible to compete.” . Genis added, “The transphobia is so blatant it’s almost laughable.” The reason why Genis is unable to compete is due to the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) changing the testosterone requirements in their transgender policy. According to the new rules put forth on July 1, those declaring themselves to be female must keep their testosterone in serum below 2.5 nanomoles/Liter for at least two years. Previously, the requirement had been twice that high, at 5.0 nanomoles/Liter. And athletes only had to maintain those levels for one year. In other words, legally, racing as a trans cyclist got a lot tougher over the last six weeks. Genis went on to rail about how “frustrating” it is to be a trans competitor in cycling. Though, one might imagine it’s even more frustrating for the female riders who lose to cyclists who are actually men. Still, Genis’ removal from women’s competition is a significant victory for women’s sports. The case involving Genis is just one of many examples showing that sports leagues have begun to stand for women’s rights. Earlier this summer, FINA, the international governing body that presides over competitive swimming, banned males who have undergone puberty from competing in their events. Thanks for tuning into this episode of the CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, go ahead and share it would ya? If you want to sign up for a club membership, our conference, or for a magazine subscription, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com… and as always, if you want to send me a news story, ask me about our conference, or talk about corporate sponsorships with CrossPolitic, email me at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic news, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.

    Franck Ferrand raconte...
    La dame de Cavillon

    Franck Ferrand raconte...

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 21:52


    Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.