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Throwing Fits
Top of the Pole with Myha'la Herrold

Throwing Fits

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 59:37


Buy the fit, short the drip. This week, the boys are Zooming in the star of their favorite show, HBO's Industry, and the new movie Bodies Bodies Bodies, Myha'la Herrold. Myha'la is coming to us all the way from London to advise on slides that look like the Grinch's penis, rocking pajamas, which of our homies and Industry co-creators—Mickey Down or Konrad Kay—has better swag, painting the town red with her co-star Marisa Abela, British slang inception, prepping for Industry season 2 and why she thinks it's already off to a rip-roaring start, getting recognized by and becoming a hero to banker bros, whether or not she's good with money IRL, the emotional trauma party that was filming Bodies Bodies Bodies, her favorite strip club in Brooklyn, dream projects, auditioning for Euphoria, manifesting red carpet looks, her boyfriend's wardrobe, Virgil Abloh's Industry standom, the worst first date she's ever been on, hall passes and much more on this rich and rowdy episode of The Only Podcast That Matters™. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Billfish Radio
EP68 Becoming a Mate NOW FT.Bryan Austin

Billfish Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 45:09


In today's podcast, we're joined by Bryan Austin. Bryan talks about how he started fishing as a mate, and how it was to get a job as a mate now compared to then. Aswell as the progression of fishing in Virginia and his own Company for fishing Lures.If you like the podcast, please support us by checking out some of our latest products, especially the Performance Pants, onCheck out our gear at https://billfishgear.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=poddescription&utm_campaign=stateofsportfishing&utm_id=stateofsportfishingBillfish Group specializes in enhancing human outdoor performance through technical products. We create products, in all forms, which enhance the outdoor experience both on and off the water. We felt there was a need for true performance wear, as the elements get harsher, it's up to us to become better. Billfish was created by fishermen, for fishermen with the goal of building a community of outdoors enthusiasts around the globe. We do this through engaging with our community on social media platforms and IRL events.

It's Super Effective: A Pokémon Podcast
Victini Distribution / 2022 World Championships

It's Super Effective: A Pokémon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 98:47 Very Popular


Lots of in-game events and IRL events surrounding the 2022 Pokémon World Championships this weekend. All trainers will be able to get Victini in Pokémon Sword and Shield this weekend. A special Pikachu and event is coming to Pokémon GO. Pokémon UNITE is still celebrating their 1 year anniversary, and Masters EX is about to celebrate year 3. BBC x Pokémon do a collaboration which sold out in 15 mins. Finally, we get price and details about the BOOster Packs! 00:00:20 - Introduction00:06:30 - Free Victini00:12:40 - Pokémon GO x World Championships00:16:00 - Netflix Arceus Show00:20:00 - TCG Lost Origin00:36:10 - Break00:38:30 - Grimmsnarl Raids00:42:00 - Build-a-Bear Pikachu Plush00:43:30 - BBC x Pokémon00:49:20 - Pokémon UNITE Emblems 01:07:40 - Pokémon Masters EX Update 01:10:30 - BOOster Packs01:28:10 - Question of the Week01:32:40 - Pokémon of the Week01:38:00 - Post Credits

IRL - Online Life Is Real Life

An aerial picture can tell a thousand stories. But who gets to tell them? From above the clouds, our world is surveilled and datafied. Those who control the data, control the narratives. We explore the spatial legacy of apartheid in South Africa's townships, and hear from people around the world who are reclaiming power over their own maps.Raesetje Sefala is mapping the legacy of spatial apartheid in South Africa as a computer vision researcher with Timnit Gebru's Distributed AI Research Institute (DAIR).Astha Kapoor researches how communities and organizations can be ‘stewards' of data about people and places as co-founder of the Aapti Institute in India.Michael Running Wolf is the founder of Indigenous in AI. He is working on speech recognition and immersive spatial experiences with augmented and virtual reality in Canada.Denise McKenzie is a location data expert who works with the global mapping organization PLACE to empower governments and communities to use advanced spatial data.IRL is an original podcast from Mozilla, the non-profit behind Firefox. In Season 6, host Bridget Todd shares stories of people who make AI more trustworthy in real life. This season doubles as Mozilla's 2022 Internet Health Report.  Go to the report for show notes, transcripts, and more.

Sermons - The Potter's House
Violence Does Solve Problems by Pastor Rick Martinez | INSTANT CLASSIC MONDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 42:21


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

They Talk Sex
The Spirituality and Sexuality Episode

They Talk Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022


A former pastor speaks to her experiences in the church, and how it shaped her current online pornmaking and coaching businesses she's growing today. Meet Nikole Mitchell and learn about her very public coming-outs.2:00 women were not allowed to lead5:00 coming out during the pandemic8:00 no shame in divorce here11:00 the gateway selfie and website15:00 creating spaces of sexuality and/or spirituality 18:00 no churchy photo shoots yet21:00 shame can be passed down w/o church25:00 i dont want to pass my shame to my kids28:00 sexual energy IRL or online31:00 dirty, awkward, clumsy, rushed34:00 on interacting with pregnant clients36:00 on the vilification of Christians 38:00 Orange County is effed, but lovely 42:00 her previous sex life45:00 purity-poster-child50:00 purity balls are cringe 52:00 how the purity movement traumatized people55:00 other Californians and culture shame about sex1:03:00 I also love lattes1:05:00 orgasm shame

Secure the Gag
74. Betsy Helmer

Secure the Gag

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 47:33


A history making episode of Secure The Gag! For the first time in drag race herstory,  I mean, in Secure The gag lore, there has never been an episode recorded IRL. And with great honor comes great responsibility and that's why this episode's guest is none other than comedian and actor, Betsy Helmer (UCB, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, FBI: Most Wanted)!!! And the fun continues as this podcast celebrates online comedy and Betsy has no social media. She won't even be able to promote the episode so truly one for the books. Nathan and Betsy talk about her relationship to social media apps and online comedy, Betsy's come up at UCB and love of improv, and taking improv to dramatic work. Betsy also teaches yoga and shares the link between comedy and yoga (not farting apparently). Tune in as two friends catch up and celebrate love, life, and accidentally eating candles. Secure The Gag is a queer comedy podcast hosted by comedian and writer, Nathan Pearson. Tune in every Monday as Nathan interviews funny queers about their infamous online videos, bits, and success.  Nathan Pearson is a comedian, actor, writer, and host of Secure The Gag based in Brooklyn, NY by way of Atlanta, GA. Recently, he was featured on HBOMax's Humans By Orientation platform and on the UCB Character's Welcome where his “Guy F**ks His Bully's Dad” sketch became a viral sensation. Online, Nathan has amassed a following on TikTok and has been featured in Vulture, Instinct, Queerty, Logo's NewNowNext, and more.  Secure The Gag is part of the WUSSY Podcast Network hosted by WUSSY Mag @wussymag Hosted by Nathan Pearson @nathankpearson Produced by Jon Dean @jondeanphoto Edited by Ryan Andrews @rtayrews Podcast Art created by Beardy Glasses @beardy.glasses Podcast Music by DJ Helix @1djhelix  Follow @SecureTheGag

Sermons - The Potter's House
Rejecting Relevance, Receiving Reverence by Pastor Adam Dragoon | VBPH SUNDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 42:03


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

Dirty Little Horror
Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022)

Dirty Little Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 98:46


In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Reed (@reedblackcomics) discuss Bodies, Bodies, Bodies (2022), Russell The Ghost, the absolute gall Lee Pace has being so tall and handsome, and IRL hurricane parties.  Follow us: Socials & Email dirtylittlehorrorpodcast@gmail.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Dirty Little Horror is an LGBT Horror podcast where we try to find the gay subtext and make spooky dick jokes!   Opening instrumental: Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio  

Pokémon GO Podcast
Pokémon GO Podcast Ep 307 – “Bless You With Shinies”

Pokémon GO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 65:45


The title is brought to you by thewfproffesor Welcome to Pokémon GO Podcast! Charles and Joe are back with another amazing episode! Charles has been super busy with IRL madness, but Joe has been busy in game nabbing shinies and raiding away. Special shoutout to ThunderMuffin for the invites that got Joe a couple of shiny Braviary. It seems like we've been talking about GO Fest most of the year and this episode is continuing that trend. Sapporo has wrapped up and the finale is coming up at the end of the month. We are currently surround by bugs and the world championships are also upcoming. It will be interesting to see the coverage for the world championship and how well it is received by the community. All of that incredible content, and of course your feedback and comments! Thanks to our awesome Patrons we will keep producing and improving the Pokémon GO Podcast. With your help everyone “catch ‘em all,” and you can start by going to patreon.com/pokemongopodcast and growing your community! We thank you all, for your support, and we hope you can help us serve you better as the show continues to grow and evolve. Thanks to ALL of our awesome listeners, especially our Patrons. Due to their generous Patronage, we will continue building this great community! [Discussion] What Pokémon would your favorite video game character have? The Community Ambassador Program – Pokémon GO Pokémon GO Fest: Sapporo—Global Challenge and Ultra Unlock! Thank you for coming to Pokémon GO Fest: Sapporo! Pokémon GO Fest 2022: Finale event details revealed—Ultra Beasts, Sky Forme Shaymin, and much, much more! The Bug Out! event returns, bringing Mega Scizor and a new Pokémon debut – Pokémon GO [Infographic] Bug Out! Event Celebrate the 2022 Pokémon World Championships in Pokémon GO! Follow Pokémon GO Podcast on Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, Reddit, YouTube, and PokémonGoPodcast.com Hosts: Charles McFall and Joseph Ard --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pokemongopodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pokemongopodcast/support

Sermons - The Potter's House
Emotional Disorientation by Pastor Andy Cota | NEXT-GEN FRIDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 42:00


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

The Betches Sup Podcast
The Betches Sup Live!

The Betches Sup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 66:26


Hosts: Milly, Alise, Kaitlin, Sami, Amanda The group chat meets IRL for stand-up performances from Milly Tamarez and Alise Morales, a “Supples Therapy” standoff where we actually debate issues we disagree on, and a game called “Am I A Bad Feminist If,” where our audience was *very* honest about their feminist conundrums. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Future Commerce  - A Retail Strategy Podcast
There's Nothing New Under the Sun: IRL experiences are enabled digitally by web3 (feat. Seyi Taylor)

Future Commerce - A Retail Strategy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 59:57


“Digital is gaining the experiences we've had all along IRL” — today we sit down with Seyi Taylor to chat about the online experiences we take for granted, the actual capabilities of web3, and how commerce gives us emotional resonance. Tune in now!“Third-Party Cookies Be Damned”The ability to have control is attractive to brands, and that's one thing web3-based loyalty platforms provide, which creates incentives for merchants and brands to be more experimental.Regarding whether web3 is anything new or novel: “What it's actually enabling is more modalities to come into the digital space that we're accustomed to having in real life.” -PhillipThe way we use tokens right now isn't going to stay this way. Right now tokens are all the hype, but soon they will become a way to get stuff done.Pokemon Go is back on the craze, even though it's a blast from past of six years ago. The question is, will we get engrossed in AR examples that are layered over top of a reality we already cohabitate in?“We've spent the last phase of the internet in this situation where people really didn't care as to where the data was, but we've started to see that shift of “where is my data?”'- SeyiRegarding the growth of browser plugins and blockchain analysis: “Third-party cookies be damned. All the work is done for you because we can attribute anything, theoretically.” -PhillipIf the medium is the blockchain, what is the message? “The thing that's happened on the Internet is it's been a great access revolution without a lot of ownership.” -SeyiAssociated Links:Learn more about Seyi Taylor and ShopthruThe Medium is the Massage by Marshall McLuhanPokemon Go CrazeSubscribe to Insiders and Senses to read more of our hot takes! Download VISIONS 2022 NOW! Listen to our other episodes of Future CommerceCheck out Decoded, our newest limited seriesHave any questions or comments about the show? Let us know on Futurecommerce.fm, or reach out to us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn. We love hearing from our listeners!

Season Quest
PUPPETS (Ep. 10): Moby Dick is Not A Fish

Season Quest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 51:48


'Tis the tenth titillating tepisode! Caesar Canvas, Mister Greyscale, and Poppy Mâché think they're close to solving the mystery but Tom's sure to have twists and turns aplenty. Will the gang be playing virtually or IRL? Will there be a lot of puzzles to solve? And where oh where is Almer? Find out this week on... SEASON QUEST!The PUPPETS season of Season Quest has been written and will be run by Tom Collins. Episodes are released weekly on Fridays' (8am in NZ) wherever podcasts can be found, and on the SPLITelevision Productions YouTube channel soon after.Follow the @SeasonQuestPod page on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter so that you can keep up to date with our adventures! Plus be sure to use #SeasonQuestPod in your posts if you want to chat with us, share some fanart, or show your support because we would love to interact with our listeners!STARRING: Charlie Leeming as Caesar Canvas Lucy Jones as Poppy Mâché Tom Collins as Game Master & NPC's Troy J Malcolm as Mister Greyscale CREATOR/PRODUCER: Lucy JonesWRITER: Tom CollinsSOUND RECORDISTS: Lucy JonesEDITORS: Lucy Jones & Tom CollinsLOGO/BANNER ART: Emii WilsonMUSIC: "Craftastrophe" by Tegan NottEQUIPMENT: Lucy Jones & Troy J MalcolmSTUDIO: SPLITelevision Productions

Satsang with Shambhavi
Modesty Is Realistic

Satsang with Shambhavi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 15:22 Very Popular


We can just be who we are without advertising ourselves or medicating ourselves with stories of our accomplishments. A podcast from Satsang with Shambhavi Curious to find out more about spiritual life, Trika Shaivism, and Shambhavi? Want to know how you can attend live and livestreamed teachings or get started practicing? Visit jayakula.org for lots more media, instruction in mantra and meditation, and a full calendar of IRL teachings with Shambhavi. You can also find us on FB and instagram @jayakula. Ask to join the private Jaya Kula News FB group to get access to the zoom link for satsang. And if you'd like to support these teachings, please rate and review this podcast as it helps others find us. You can also make a donation at jayakula.org/giving Thanks for listening! And much love to you, wherever and however you are.

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
272. Danielle Petty, 90s Babes: NFT Projects Delivering Value During a Slow Burn

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:54


Today, we have 90's Babes NFT founder Danielle Petty, on the podcast! Danielle is the definition of a 90s Boss Babe. She's worked at Google in their Google Ads department and currently holds the title COO at a digital marketing agency. Helping to guide the creative direction and execution of the 90s Babes, she's hoping to build a strong community of individuals around the same mission — to open doors for women. Our Guest Danielle Petty: Danielle Petty is a force to be reckoned with! No stranger to the Web3 and NFT space, she is co-founder of the successful 90s Babes, an NFT collection that celebrates history as agents of change with the goal of guiding more female rebels into this most exciting phase of the digital revolution. Her recent initiative is the Self Love Club, which promotes wellness practices in web3 to help each other thrive. Danielle's Twitter: https://twitter.com/pettycash777 90's Babes Twitter: https://twitter.com/90sbabesnft 90's Babes Web: https://90sbabesnft.com/ Self Love Club: https://twitter.com/selfloveclub 0.00: Fanzo opens the show with Crypto Business Conference, 90's Babes NFT, and intro to Danielle Petty. 5:41: Danielle Joins the show 7:40: Fanzo shares he holds 10 90's Babes NFT 11:01 Danielle shares about launching the collection during some stressful times, but powering through and continuing to mint to help team members in Ukraine. 14:51: Danielle explains the reasoning behind some of the assets and art. 15:31 The team announces that every holder that owns roller skates in the art will have access to claim IRL roller skates with a partnership made with the 90s Babes team. 27:10 Fanzo discusses how great the experience was at the IRL events 90's Babes organized with Unstoppable Domains in NYC 2022 29:30 Danielle shared her struggles with balance 32:02 The story of leaving Google to get involved in web3 34:01 Danielle shares about how you have to prioritize your health to build web3 in a sustainable way. 35:49 Self Love Club 41:12 Importance of women-led projects collaborating in web3 46:01 Donating self-love MOM books (10k copies) and onboard new wallet users with education and a NFT. 49:21 Wrapping up the interview with Danielle Discover the latest Web3 strategies to improve your business at the upcoming Crypto Business Conference in San Diego, October 9th-11th 2022 https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/nft365 ______________________________________________________________ Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast

Brian Breaks Character
#75 The Official 2022 Actor Survival Guide vol2 - Part 1

Brian Breaks Character

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 64:38


Run, Don't Walk To Get the Survival Guide that accompanies this very special 2-part episode: https://www.actorsurvivalguide.com/ Does PUTTING DOWN your to-do list spark anxiety? ← if so, you're not alone. After 2½ years hunkered down staring at Zoom screens, and doing at-alone self-tapes, you might feel like sitting in front of your computer is what it means to live a creative life.  SPOILER ALERT: It's not. I reached out to the crème de la crème of coaches for actors – the über-experts who wholeheartedly devote themselves to your fulfillment & success in this wild career – and when I told them about our ‘productivity predicament' …  ALLLLLLL SIX OF THEM showed up for a very special 2-Part Episode:  Jodie Bentley's answer to the branding black hole will knock your polka-dotted socks off!  IRL networking make you wanna cringe? Tony Rossi & Amy McNabb outline the steps to make it fun.  Shannon Bills uses mindset magic to transform fear into ambition & Nzinga Moore draws us a hot bubble bath with her incredible “one thing” strategy.  Wendy Braun sums up this episode best: “As a culture, we're taught that taking massive action is the solution – but when you shift the inner game, the outer circumstances shift." Don't leave home without these essentials to get more auditions and define your own version of success during this IRL renaissance! #YouWonBreakMySoul Thank you for tuning in to this episode of Brian Breaks Character! If you loved this episode, please subscribe and leave an honest review. Your review helps boost the show and gives us the chance to help more creatives get out of suffering for their art and into action. Be sure to leave your IG handle when you do so I can send a VIP episode to say thank you.   CONNECT WITH AMY Instagram https://www.instagram.com/actorsencouraged/ Website http://actorsencouraged.com/   CONNECT WITH JODIE Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jodiebentley/ Website http://www.jodiebentleycareercoach.com/   CONNECT WITH NZINGA Instagram https://www.instagram.com/iamempoweredtoact/ Website https://empoweredtoact.com/   CONNECT WITH SHANNON Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shannonbillscoaching/ Website https://shannonbills.com/   CONNECT WITH TONY Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tony.rossi/ Website https://www.tonyrossicoaching.com/   CONNECT WITH WENDY Instagram https://www.instagram.com/actorinspirit/ Website http://actorinspiration.com/   Subscribe To The Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1570747490   Watch The Uncut Behind-the-scenes Video Of This Episode On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/brianpatacca   Get the Survival Guide that accompanies this very special 2-part episode: https://www.actorsurvivalguide.com/   Follow Me On Instagram For A First-look At Our Guests And Upcoming Episodes! https://www.instagram.com/briansaysthat   Episode Transcript https://brianbreakscharacter.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/Ep.+75+-+The+Official+2022+Actor+Survival+Guide+vol2+Part+1+-+Transcript+.pdf 

This Is Rad!
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

This Is Rad!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 152:49


The boys are back in town! The boys are back in town! Burnside is back from Ohio and Kyle is back from out of town comedy shows and the first episode back is IRL baby! If that wasn't enough, they're joined by two of our favorite guests Ed Greer and Klee Wiggins to chat about new Star Trek, old Star Trek and future Star Trek. But first everybody has some catching up to do since the boys haven't recorded an episode since mid-June. It's good to be back and even better to be chatting with Klee and Ed about Star Trek.   Weekly Rads: Kyle – All That Jazz (movie) Burnside – Going to a real drive-in (activity) Klee - Secretary (movie)  Bonus Rads – Tubi (streaming service)    Get Kyle Clark's I'm a Person: Director's Cut which is out TODAY! You can go to kyleclarkcomedy.bandcamp.com and pay what you want for the full uncut set from “I'm a Person” which includes 20 mins of unheard material, plus an additional 15 minutes of never released bonus live recordings!   GO CHECK OUT LAURA'S Summer of Rad 2022 POSTER AND SHIRT DESIGN! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/this-is-rad?ref_id=4772&utm_campaign=4772&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=this%2Bis%2Brad  Celebrate your endless summer of rad!   Send Us Stuff! We have a PO Box! This Is Rad! / Kyle Clark PO Box #198 2470 Stearns St Simi Valley, CA 93063   Tales from an Analog Future issue 1 (Early Access Edition) Get it HERE: https://gumroad.com/analogfuturecomic   Get Kyle's album "Absolute Terror" here: https://smarturl.it/absoluteterror     Go to www.Patreon.com/thisisrad and subscribe to send in questions for our Listener Questions episodes, to get exclusive bonus episodes, extra content, and access to the This Is Rad Discord server!   Check out our merch! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/this-is-rad      Also! Check out march for Kyle's record label Radland Records https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/4109261-radland-logo      Also! Laura started an online store for her art! Go buy all of her stuff!!! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/lmknight?utm_campaign=8178&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=lmknight   Follow us on social media or whatever! Instagram: @thisisradpodcast @kyleclarkisrad @lmknightart @8armedspidey (Frank Gillen TIR's social media!)  @thearcknight (techno lord Adam Cross)    Twitter: @ThisIsRadPod @kyleclarkisrad @MatthewBurnside @LMKnightArt

XOXO with Jessica Szohr
S2E16 You've Got Yale! with Laura Breckenridge

XOXO with Jessica Szohr

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 70:47


What happens when a small-town teacher from Iowa shows up to Constance and gets in Blair's way? That's what Laura Breckenridge, who plays Miss Rachel Carr, joins Jessica to talk about! Laura gets into Blair ad libbing on set, what it's like to get into an Ivy League, and how IRL, she's way more of a rule follower than Miss Carr.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hashtag Single
EP 75: MEETING IRL, INTENTIONALLY

Hashtag Single

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 59:07


If you're still feeling like you need to shake things up a bit with your IRL dating game, enter Maxine Waters, an incredible entrepreneur and visionary whose BRAND NEW - as in, they literally hosted their very first event six months ago - speed dating company We Met IRL is completely changing the game. Frustrated after attending a speed dating event that she felt wasn't very diverse, Maxine decided to do the thing that many of us talk about and never execute: if she couldn't find speed dating events that were specifically for women of color, she would make one.  We Met IRL is a safe space specifically and intentionally made for people of color to meet, get to know one another in a post-pandemic world, and possibly even fall in love. Join us to learn how Maxine took her idea to a company that is fielding partnership requests, going on tour around the USA, and being featured in the NY Times - all in under a year.  We love a badass female entrepreneur and we love anyone who's making change for good in the dating game!   Curious and want to attend? Sign up here.

Sermons - The Potter's House
Harvest of the Gentiles by Pastor Wayman Mitchell | WAYMAN WEDNESDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 41:09


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

Billfish Radio
EP67 Subtle Art of Fishing FT. Harry Hindmarsh

Billfish Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 52:21


In today's podcast, we're joined by Harry Hindmarsh. Harry Hindmarsh is a spectacular photographer with covers in all types of magazines, His work is displayed in all types of stores, and restaurants. We talk about how he combined his passions to do what he loves and how much it takes to take his pictures.If you like the podcast, please support us by checking out some of our latest products, especially the Performance Pants, onCheck out our gear at https://billfishgear.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=poddescription&utm_campaign=stateofsportfishing&utm_id=stateofsportfishingBillfish Group specializes in enhancing human outdoor performance through technical products. We create products, in all forms, which enhance the outdoor experience both on and off the water. We felt there was a need for true performance wear, as the elements get harsher, it's up to us to become better. Billfish was created by fishermen, for fishermen with the goal of building a community of outdoors enthusiasts around the globe. We do this through engaging with our community on social media platforms and IRL events.

Ventures
How NFTs and DAOs changed entrepreneurship forever :: with Prof. Yanto Chandra

Ventures

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 39:35


In this episode of Ventures, my guest Prof. Yanto Chandra (https://twitter.com/yanefted) and I talk about the implications of Web3 for global entrepreneurship. We discuss his background PhD work in rapidly growing international businesses, his professorship in Hong Kong teaching entrepreneurship, his thoughts about how NFTs and DAOs are changing the venture-building game around the world, and why smart and thoughtful regulation is vitally important for the future of the space.Visit https://satchel.works/@wclittle/ventures-episode-109 for detailed notes and links to resources (videos, articles, etc…) mentioned. You can watch this episode via video here. 1:36 - Tee-up for the episode, emphasis on this show for Web3 and why it matters for the world.2:06 - Yanto intro, professor in Hong Kong, PhD background, how he got into Web35:55 - Yanto's background and passion for entrepreneurship9:52 - Where are the intersections of Web3 and entrepreneurship that are so exciting for Yanto?15:40 - Yantos take on DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) - as a professor of entrepreneurship.17:50 - Story of the brewery that used NFTs and went global, other impact stories from other projects, bounty hunters, etc..21:20 - New ways that Web3 enables and changes entrepreneurship (including nefarious “entrepreneurship”) 26:22 - How does Yanto view NFTs as it relates to how founders/entrepreneurs should think about them? (all goods will have an NFT associated with them….good story of a how NFTs can be associated with bicycles to prevent stealing the IRL bike, since they wouldn't be able to be resold without the NFT)32:39 - Final thoughts / projects / ideas from Yanto – thoughts on regulation and the importance of making the Web3 space legitimate. 37:40 - Best way to follow up w/ Yanto and read his work? → https://twitter.com/yanefted // https://sites.google.com/view/yantochandra/home 

Overpriced JPEGs
Ashley Benson Talks Fame, Hollywood, & her new NFT Movie | Overpriced JPEGs #46

Overpriced JPEGs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 64:19


✨ SUBSCRIBE TO THE OVERPRICED JPEGS CHANNEL ✨ https://bankless.cc/jpegs  SHOP 18 and Over NFTs here https://www.niftygateway.com/collections/18-and-over  Available through Friday, August 12th On today's episode, Carly is joined by director Jimmy Giannoupolous, entrepreneur Vincent Harrison, and (drumroll) actress Ashley Benson! – best known for her role starring in the hit series Pretty Little Liars – to talk about their latest film 18 and Over, which is being released first to 18 and Over NFT holders only. In this first-of-its-kind episode Carly attempts to speak not only to her NFT-native audience, but also our friends outside the NFT industry. The four talk about why NFTs matter, social media's impact on Hollywood and Ashley's career, how the media get it wrong (whether about celebrities or crypto!), and how 18 and Over is trying to build a new model for film development and movie collectibles! Plus, Carly and Vincent nerd out about why NFTs are a perfect fit for the film industry, how Vincent and team are trying to bring back the digital version of “DVD director's cuts,” and the clever “rebate” program Vincent has implemented to additionally reward NFT holders. Enjoy! ------

Carl Her Mommy Motherhood As We Know It
Social Media Consumption & Content Creation

Carl Her Mommy Motherhood As We Know It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 67:11


This week Gracie & Sammy of @Supportingchaos join Carlie for a candid conversation about what its like to be content creators in the motherhood space. This conversation covers discerning what social media resonates with you, to the importance of a support system/friends to lean on whether virtually or IRL, and behind the scenes of what it feels like to put yourself out there on social media. If you enjoy the episode please rate/review/subscribe and follow along for more on social media Instagram/TikTok @CarlHerMommy

From The Blockchain
Year of the Woman Founder Yasmin Shima on Building a Bridge for Traditional Art to Join Web3 #Women.NFT

From The Blockchain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:02


Traditional art has made a new place in the digital world. More artists are recognizing the opportunities in Web 3.0 and are creating phenomenal collections. As a traditional painter, Yasmin Shima joined the digital art world and later Web3 after a procedure that kept her from standing at her easel to do her traditional art. She stared off with her Ride or Die collection minted on OpenSea. She then launched her Year of the Woman project after getting fully onboarded into the Web3 world. Yasmin loves to champion women in her artwork. She's most well-known for her Chinese Zodiac collection which she coins the Year of the Woman.  On the podcast, she discusses her journey in the space and the opportunities to champion women in NFTs. Listen to Yasmin share her story and discuss the state of Web3 for artists and creators. The pandemic of 2020 encouraged her to go all in on her art. She is now full time in the digital art world and is focused on onboarding new people into this blossoming space. Her network with her core team has been instrumental in growing a foundation for the business behind her project. Yasmin recommends an artist combine the traditional with the digital as an artist by providing an IRL piece of artwork alongside the NFT purchased / minted. The utility of an artists NFT could be that simple.ResourcesTo learn more about Fame Lady Squad and our NFT project, visit our website. Have a question, comment, or guest suggestion? Fill out this formSubscribe to our podcast newsletter for news and updates. Follow Fame Lady Squad on Discord Follow Ashley “Bored Becky” on Twitter Follow Danielle “NFTIgnition” on TwitterLearn more about Year of the Woman Follow Yasmin on Twitter or InstagramJoin the Year of the Woman community on Discord 

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
270. The NFTs Have A Business Model Problem Preventing Mass Adoption

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:18


If an NFT project isn't providing royalties to its holders yet is massively overdelivering in value to the point non of the holders want to sell the project will fail for both the NFT project creator and the NFT owners!  If an NFT project has 99% unique wallets holding NFTs, it will create less revenue for the project team to operate than a project that holds at at 50-70% unique wallets threshold aka more wallets holding more than 1, leading to higher sales volume.  Now, this isn't the case for all business models with NFTs such as NFT access, collectibles, IRL experiences, and brand rewards.  Although, for many NFT projects the idea of relying on secondary creator percentages to continue to fund the project has become the norm but predicting that and/or preparing for a bear market can be near impossible.  On the flip side for a loyal NFT holder of a blue chip project worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, that value can only be valued when you sell that beloved NFT and now lose access to the utility and value that excited you to join.  In this episode, Brian breaks down his thoughts on some of these issues and challenges all listeners to think about these problems and together we can come up with better solutions, more dynamic business plans, and hopefully thousands of use-cases to help push us towards mass growth adoption. Featured NFT from the #mint365 collection: NiceClubNFT https://twitter.com/iSocialFanz/status/1546539448061534209?s=20&t=qOyKJAKM34vRwfBkiOptUg Discover the latest Web3 strategies to improve your business at the upcoming Crypto Business Conference in San Diego, October 9th-11th 2022  https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/nft365 ______________________________________________________________ Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast

Sermons - The Potter's House
Passion for Souls by Pastor Paul Campo (2015) | INSTANT CLASSIC MONDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 55:25


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

Nintendo Tonight
Would You Lose A Finger For Nintendo!? - Episode 33

Nintendo Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 51:44


Tonight, we discussed our initial impressions when meeting IRL, went all in with this episode's budget by introducing props to the show, and shared a few spicy takes in an interactive game of Would You Rather. All that and more in the thirty-third episode of Nintendo Tonight!

Sermons - The Potter's House
Whose Fan Are You? by Pastor Adam Dragoon | VBPH SUNDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 41:08


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

Sermons - The Potter's House
Time by Evangelist Sho Kishimoto | NEXT-GEN FRIDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 32:58


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

Blocked and Reported
Episode 126: Helen Lewis And The Stonewall Conspiracy

Blocked and Reported

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 71:44 Very Popular


Jesse Singal has disappeared off the face of the Earth. Trace’s investigation leads straight to “Stonewall,” a shadowy LGBT charity that is said to have infiltrated the highest levels of the British government. Katie leaks the news to Gawker Media, resulting in deadly riots erupting across New York over remaining supplies of Blocked And Reported. In an attempt to quell the chaos spreading across the nation, President Biden invites Katie to join him on a nationwide broadcast to announce that strategic reserves of Blocked And Reported have been deployed. (He then forgot to show up.)Just when all seems lost, an old friend of the pod makes a triumphant return. Can Helen Lewis provide the nation with its weekly dose of internet insanity before it’s too late? Or has the Pax Americana finally come to an end?Links:Helen Lewis:Lewis’ Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fightshttps://www.amazon.com/Difficult-Women-History-Feminism-Fights-ebook/dp/B07WVXHFM9/https://www.amazon.co.uk/Difficult-Women-History-Feminism-Fights/dp/1784709735/Lewis on the TikTok Tourette’s epidemic:https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/02/social-media-illness-teen-girls/622916/We did an episode on this!More B&R lore: the time Watch Dogs: Legion got a little too meta and canceled Lewis both IRL and in-game:Her article ushering in Trans Issues Week:https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2013/01/introducing-trans-issues-weekSarah Ditum on Laverne Cox: “A hot woman on a magazine cover” [ARCHIVE]:https://web.archive.org/web/20140629035908/https://sarahditum.com/2014/06/24/a-hot-woman-on-a-magazine-cover/Lewis’ article on trans women in prisons:https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2016/01/deciding-which-jail-send-trans-prisoner-isn-t-always-clear-cut-and-accusationsWould you let your child change their gender?https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/uk-politics/2016/10/would-you-let-your-child-change-their-genderHelen Lewis vs. Jordan Peterson:https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/helen-lewis-jordan-petersonWhat happened to Jordan Peterson?https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/04/what-happened-to-jordan-peterson/618082/The judgment in Allison Bailey’s case against Stonewall:https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Bailey-judgment.pdfThe Cass Review’s interim report on treating trans children in England:https://cass.independent-review.uk/publications/interim-report/Just how much influence does Stonewall have in the UK?https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09yjp0dImage: LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - 2022/01/08: Protestors seen holding placards during the demonstration. Organized by Trans Activism UK, transgender rights supporters gathered outside BBC's office at Portland Place to protest against the news corporation's queerphobic agenda. Earlier in October 2021, the BBC published an article titled 'We're being pressured into sex by some trans women', which sparked widespread outrage among the transgender community. The group gathered to condemn BBC for spreading hatred and discrimination against the transgender population. (Photo by Belinda Jiao/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe

Note to Self
The Not-So-Secret to TikTok, with Jaci Marie Smith

Note to Self

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:48


#53. In this episode, long-time influencer and "What We Said" podcast host, Jaci Marie Smith, is talking about the *secret* to success on TikTok and her content-creation process. Payton & Jaci, your favorite Capricorns alive, discuss setting boundaries IRL & online, and their significant others' opinions of their online personas.     FOLLOW NOTE TO SELF: https://instagram.com/ntsbyps & https://tiktok.com/@notetoselfpod   FOLLOW PAYTON: https://instagram.com/paytonsartain      YouTube video: https://youtu.be/FPVs10QWwVw     SUBMIT TO NOTE TO SELF:   → Ask P: Advice Column: https://forms.gle/avvSu4ibYygZP5rq8   → Simple Pleasures: https://forms.gle/PFmEU9BFRtyE7Dt57    → Your ICKS: https://forms.gle/pgcr9LhmyyvyAyVk7   → Most Embarrassing Stories: https://forms.gle/qpZBp9bxdcH77Utf8   → Little Acts of Love: https://forms.gle/ReEoo6HBoC4QspQs   → Juicy Confessions: https://forms.gle/Uuz5KdUkC4c3NnFw5     Produced by Dear Media

Ask an Enneagram Coach
Using the Enneagram in Therapy as a Client

Ask an Enneagram Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 32:11


Welcome back to Enneagram IRL, the weekly podcast where we go beyond Enneagram theory and dive into practical understanding, new clarity, and fresh insight.This week's bonus episode is about Using the Enneagram in Therapy as a Client.Resources mentioned in this episode:Typing Interview: https://ninetypes.co/typing-sessionBook a Discovery Call https://ninetypes.co/coachingFollow on IG @ninetypesco Email me! hello@ninetypes.coWant to keep the conversation going? Join me on Instagram @ninetypesco to keep learning and chatting about how our types show up IRL!Communication Clarity: The Enneagram Lover's Guide to Relating with EaseIt's going to be Saturday, August 13th 8am-1pm PST or 11am-4pm US Eastern time.This fun, relaxing, reflective retreat will equip you in incredibly practical ways with your nerdiest Enneagram friends.You can learn more and save your seat at enneagramirl.com/communication but don't wait! This one time event is coming soon, and you don't wanna miss it.

Screaming in the Cloud
Empathy Driven Management and Engagement with Tim Banks

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:25


About TimTim's tech career spans over 20 years through various sectors. Tim's initial journey into tech started as a US Marine. Later, he left government contracting for the private sector, working both in large corporate environments and in small startups. While working in the private sector, he honed his skills in systems administration and operations for large Unix-based datastores.Today, Tim leverages his years in operations, DevOps, and Site Reliability Engineering to advise and consult with clients in his current role. Tim is also a father of five children, as well as a competitive Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. Currently, he is the reigning American National and 3-time Pan American Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champion in his division.Links Referenced:Twitter: https://twitter.com/elchefe TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate. Is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other; which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability: it's more than just hipster monitoring.Corey: I come bearing ill tidings. Developers are responsible for more than ever these days. Not just the code that they write, but also the containers and the cloud infrastructure that their apps run on. Because serverless means it's still somebody's problem. And a big part of that responsibility is app security from code to cloud. And that's where our friend Snyk comes in. Snyk is a frictionless security platform that meets developers where they are - Finding and fixing vulnerabilities right from the CLI, IDEs, Repos, and Pipelines. Snyk integrates seamlessly with AWS offerings like code pipeline, EKS, ECR, and more! As well as things you're actually likely to be using. Deploy on AWS, secure with Snyk. Learn more at Snyk.co/scream That's S-N-Y-K.co/screamCorey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. A bit of a sad episode Today. I am joined by Duckbill Group principal cloud economist, Tim Banks, but by the time this publishes, he will have left the Duckbill nest, as it were. Tim, thank you for joining me, and can I just start by saying, this is sad?Tim: It is. I have really enjoyed being with Duckbill and I will never forget that message you sent me. It's like, “Hey, would you like to do this?” And I was like, “Boy would I.” It's been a fantastic ride and I have enjoyed working with a friend. And I'm glad that we remain friends to this day and always will be, so far as I can tell.Corey: Yes, yes. What you can't see while recording this, I'm actually sitting in the same room as Tim with a weapon pointed at him to make sure that he stays exactly on message. Yeah, I kid. There's been a lot that's happened over the last year. We only got to spend time together in person once at re:Invent. I think because re:Invent is such a blur for me, I don't remember who the hell I talk to.Someone can walk up and say, “Oh yeah, we met at re:Invent,” and I'll nod and say, “Oh yeah,” and I will have no recollection of that whatsoever. But you don't argue with people. But I do distinctly remember hanging out with you there. But since then, it's been a purely distributed company, purely distributed work.Tim: Yeah, that's the only time I've seen you since I've worked here. It's the only time I met Mike. But it's weird because it's like, someone you work with you see every day virtually and talk to, and then you actually get to, like, IRL them and like, “Oh, wow. I had all these, kind of, conceptions of, you know, what you are or who you are as a person, and then you get to, like, check yourself. Was I right? Was I wrong?” I was like, “Oh, you're taller than I thought; you're shorter than I thought,” you know, whatever it was.But I think the fun part about it was we all end up being so close by the nature of how we work that it was just like going back and seeing family after a while; you already know who they are and how they are and about them. So, it felt good, but it felt familiar. That's a great feeling to have. To me, that's a sign of a very successful distributed culture.Corey: Yeah, it's weird the kinds of friendships we've built during the pandemic. When I was in New York for the summit, I got to meet Linda Haviv at AWS for the first time, despite spending the past year or so talking to her repeatedly. As I referred to her the entire time I was in New York, this is Linda, my new old friend because that is exactly how it felt. It's the idea of meeting someone in person that you've had a long-term ongoing friendship with. It's just a really—it's a strange way Everything's new but it's not, all at the same time.It reminds me of the early days of the internet culture where I had more friends online than off, which in my case was not hard. And finally meeting them, some people were exactly like they were described and others were nothing at all like they presented. Now that we have Zoom and this constant level of Slack chatter and whatnot, it's become a lot easier to get a read on what someone is like, I think.Tim: I think so too, you know, we've gotten away—and I think largely because of the pandemic—of just talking about work at work, right? The idea of embracing, you know, almost a cliche of the whole person. But it's become a very necessary thing as people have dealt with pandemic, social upheaval, political climates, and whatever, while they're working from home. You can't compartmentalize that safely in perpetuity, right? So, you do end up getting to know people very well, especially in what their concerns are, what their anxieties are, what makes them happy, what makes them sad, things that go on in their lives.You bring all that to your distributed culture because it's not like you leave it at the door, when you walk out. You're not walking out anymore; you're walking to another room, and it's hard to walk away from those things in this day and age. And we shouldn't have to, right? I feel like for a successful and nurturing culture—whatever it is, whether it's tech culture, whether it's whatever kind of work culture—you can't say, “I only want your productivity and nothing else about you,” and expect people to sustain that. So, you see these companies are, like, you know, “We don't have political discussions. We don't have personal discussions. We're just about the work.” I'm like, “All right, well, that's not going to last.” A person cannot just be an automaton in perpetuity and expect them to grow and thrive.Corey: And this is why you're leaving. And I want to give that a little context because without, sounds absolutely freaking horrifying. You've been a strong advocate for an awful lot of bringing the human to work, on your philosophy around leadership, around management. And you've often been acting in that capacity throughout, I would say, the majority of your career. But here at The Duckbill Group, we don't have a scale of team where you being the director of the team or leader of the team is going to happen in anything approaching the near or mid-term.And so, much of your philosophy is great and all because it's easy to sit here at a small company and start talking about, “Oh, this is how you should be doing it.” You have the opportunity to wind up making a much deeper impact on a lot more people from a management perspective, but you do in fact, need a team to manage as opposed to sitting around there, “Oh, yeah. Who do you manage?” “This one person and I'm doing all of these things to make their life and job awesome.” It's like, “Yeah, how many hours a week are you spending in one-on-ones?” “20 to 25.”Okay, maybe you need a slightly larger team so you can diffuse that out a little bit. And we are definitely sad to be losing you; super excited to see where you wind up going next. This has been a long time coming where there are things that you have absolutely knocked out of the park here at The Duckbill Group, but you also have that growing—from what I picked up on anyway—need to set a good management example. And lord knows this industry needs more of those. So first, sad to lose you. Secondly, very excited for where you wind up next and what they're in for, even though it has a strong likelihood that they don't know the half of it yet.Tim: One of the things that I like about The Duckbill Group and how my time here has been is the first thing that I was asked in the interview was very sincere, like, “Well, what's your next job?” And I was very clear. It's like, “After this, I want to be a director or VP of engineering because I would like to be a force multiplier, right?” I would like to make engineering orgs better. I would like to make engineering practices better. I want to make the engineers better, right?And not by driving KPIs and not by management, right, not administrative functions. I want to do it via leadership. I want to do it by setting examples, making safe places for people, making people feel like they're important and invested in, nurturing them, right? I've said this before I—this analogy was getting me somewhere else and I love, it's like, if I plant a tree and I want it to grow apples, right, I'm not going to sit there and put a number down of apples it's expected to produce, and then put it on a performance plan if it doesn't get that number of apples, right? I need to nurture the tree, I need to fertilize it, I need to protect it, I need to keep it safe, I need to keep it safe from the elements, I need to make sure that it doesn't have parasites, I need to take care of that tree.And if that tree grows and it's healthy and it's thriving, it will produce, right? But I'm not—I can't just expect apples if I'm not taking care of the tree. Now, people are not trees, but you still have to take care of the people if you want them to do things. And if you can't take care of the people, if you can't manage the environment that they're in to make it safe, if you can't give them the things they need to be successful, then you're just going to be holding numbers over someone and expecting to hit them.And that doesn't work. That's not something that's sustainable. And it doesn't really—it's not even about how much you pay them. You must pay them well, right, but it has to be more than just that if you want people to succeed. And that doesn't necessarily mean—like, one thing is at the Duckbill Group I love, succeeding doesn't necessarily mean that I'm going to stay at—or your engineer is going to stay at one place in perpetuity. If you mentor and train and coach and give an engineer opportunity to grow and thrive and what they do is they go to another job for a title increase and a pay increase or something like that, you did your job.Corey: A lot of companies love to tell that lie and they almost convince themselves of it where I look at your resume, and great you have not generally crossed the two-year mark at companies for the last decade. I never did until I started at this place. But we magically always liked to pretend in job interviews that, “Oh yeah, this is my forever job—” like you're a rescue dog getting adopted or something, “—and I'm going to work here for 25 years and get a gold watch and a pension at the end of it.” It's lunacy. I have never seen the value in lying to ourselves like that, which is why we start our interviews with, “What's the job after this and how do we help you get there?”It's important that we ask those questions and acknowledge that reality. And the downside to it—if you can call it a downside—is you've got to live by it. It's not just words, you can slop onto an interview questionnaire; you actually have to mean it. People can see through insincerity.Tim: And it's one of the things, like, if you run an org and you grow your people and you don't have a place for them to grow into, you should expect and encourage them to find those opportunities elsewhere. It is not reasonable, I feel like, as a leader for you expect people to stay in a place where they have grown past or grown out of. You need to either need to give them a new pot to grow into or you need to let them move elsewhere and thrive and grow. And moving elsewhere—like, if you have a retention problem where you can't retain anybody, that's a problem, but if you have your junior engineers who become senior engineers at other places, right, and everyone leaves on good terms, and they got the role and you gave them a great recommendation and they give glowing recommendations to you, there's nothing wrong with that. That's not a failure; that's success.Corey: One bit of I would say pushback that I suspect you might get when talking to people about what's next is that, “Well, you are just a consultant, on some level, for a year.” You always know that someone is really arguing in good faith when they describe what you did with the word ‘just,' but we'll skip past that part. And it's, “You're just a consultant. What would you possibly know about team management and team dynamics?” And there is a little bit of truth to that insofar as the worst place in the world to get management advice is very clearly on Twitter.It turns out that most interpersonal scenarios are, one, far too personal to wind up tweeting about, and two, do not lend themselves to easy solutions that succinctly fit within 280 characters. Imagine that. The counter-argument though, is that you have—correctly from where I sit—identified a number of recurring dynamics on teams that you have encountered and worked with deeply as a large number of engagements. And these are recurring things, I want to be clear. So, I'm not talking about one particular client. If you're one of our clients and listen to this thinking that we're somehow subtweeting you with our voices—I don't know what that is; subwoofing, maybe?Tim: [crosstalk 00:12:05]—Corey: Is that what a subwoofer is? I'm not an audio person.Tim: Throwing shade, we'll just say—call it throwing shade.Corey: Yeah, we're not throwing shade at any one person, team, or group in particular; these are recurring things. Tim, what have you seen?Tim: And so, I think the biggest thing I see is folks that are on the precipice of a big technological change, right, and there is an extraordinary amount of anxiety, right? I've seen a number of customers through our engagements that, “We are moving away from this legacy platform,” or from this thing that we have been doing for X amount of time. And everyone has staked the other domains, staked out their areas of expertise and control and we're going to change that. And the solution to that is not a technical solution. You don't fix that by Helm charts, or Terraform, or CloudFormation. You fix that by conversations, and you fix that by listening. You fix that by finding ways to reassure folks and giving them confidence in their ability to adjust and thrive in a new environment.If you take somebody who's been, you know, an Oracle admin for 20 years, and you going to say, “Great. Now, you're going to learn, you're going to do this an RDS,” that's a whole new animal, and folks feel like, well, you know, I can't learn something new like that? Well, yeah you can. If you can learn Oracle, you can learn anything. I firmly believe that.But that's one of the conversations we have, it's never, almost never a technical problem folks have. We need to reassure people, right? And so, folks who reach out to us, it's typically folks who are trying to get their organizations in that direction. Another thing we see sometimes is that we find that there's a disconnect between leadership and the engineers. They have either different priorities or different understandings of what's going on. And we come in to solve a problem, which may be cost but that's not the problem we actually solve. The problem we actually solve is fixing this communication bridges between management and leadership.And that's almost an every time occurred. At some point or another, there's some disconnect there. And that's the best part of the job. Like, the reason I do this consulting gig is not because I want to bang away at code. If I've had to do that, that's an anomaly for sure because I want to have these conversations.And people want to have these conversations; they want to get these problems solved and sometimes they don't know how to. And that is the common thing, I think, through all of our customers. Like, we need some amount of expertise to help us find solutions to these things that aren't necessarily technical problems. And I think that's where we run into problems as an industry, right, where we think a lot of things are technical problems or have technical solutions, and they don't. There are people problems. They're—Corey: Here at The Duckbill Group, we're basically marriage counseling for engineering and finance in many cases.Tim: We really are.Corey: This is why were people not software.Tim: Yeah. And I will say this very firmly and you can quote me on this: like, you cannot replace us. You cannot replace the kind of engagements we do with software. You can't. Can't be done, right? Software is not empathetic.Corey: There are a whole series of questions we ask our clients at the start of an engagement and the answers to those questions change what we ask them going forward. In fact, even the level-setting in the conversation that we have at the start of that changes the nature of those. We're not reading from a list; we're trying to build an understanding. There is a process around what we do, but it's not process that can ever be scoped down to the point where it's just a list of questions or a questionnaire that isn't maddening for people to fill out because it's so deeply and clearly misses the mark around context of what they're actually doing.Tim: Mm-hm. Our engaged with their conversations. That's all they are. They're really in-depth conversations where we're going to start asking questions and we're going to ask questions about those answers. We're start pulling out strings and kicking over rocks and seeing what we find.And that's the kind of thing that, you know, you would expect anyone to do who's coming in and saying, “Okay, we have a problem. Now, let's figure it out.” Right? Well, you can't just look at something on the surface, and say, “Oh, I know what this is.” Right? You know, for someone to say, “Oh, I know how to fix this,” when they walk in is the surest way to know that someone doesn't know what they're talking about, right?Corey: Oh, easiest thing in the world is to walk in and say, “This is broken and wrong.” That can translate directly to, “Hi, I am very junior. Please feed my own ass to me.” Because no one shows up at work thinking they're going to do a crap job today on purpose. There's a reason things are the way that they are.Tim: Mm-hm. And that's the biggest piece of context we get from our customers is we can understand what the best practices are. You can go Google them right now and say, “This is the ten things you're supposed to do all the time,” right? And we would be really, really crappy consultants if we just read off that list, right? We need to have context: does this thing make sense? Is this the best practice? Maybe, but we want to know why you did it this way.And after you tell us that way, I'm like, “You know what? I would do it the exact same way for this use case.” And that's great. We can say like, “This is the best way to do that. Good job.” It's atypical; it's unusual, but it solves the problems that you need solving.And that's where I think a lot of people miss. Like, you know, you can go—and not to throw shade at AWS's Trusted Advisor, but we're going to throw shade at AWS's Trusted Advisor—and the fact that it will give you—Corey: It is Plausible Advisor at absolute best.Tim: [laugh]. It will give you suggestions that have no context. And a lot of the automated AI things that will recommend that you do this and this and this and this are pretty much all the same. And they have no context because they don't understand what you're trying to do. And that's what makes the difference between people. There's these people problems.And so, one of the things that I think is really interesting is that we have moved into doing a shorter engagement style that is very short. It's very quick, it's very kind of almost tactical, but we go in, we look at your bill, we ask you some questions, and we're going to give you a list of suggestions that are going to save you a significant amount of money right away, right? So, a lot of times, folks when they need quick wins, or they don't really need us to deep-dive into all their DynamoDB access patterns, right? They just want like, “Hey, what are the five things we can do to save us some money?” And we're like, “Well, here they are. And here's what we think they're going to save you.” And folks who really enjoyed that type of engagement. And it's one of my favorite ones to do.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by LaunchDarkly. Take a look at what it takes to get your code into production. I'm going to just guess that it's awful because it's always awful. No one loves their deployment process. What if launching new features didn't require you to do a full-on code and possibly infrastructure deploy? What if you could test on a small subset of users and then roll it back immediately if results aren't what you expect? LaunchDarkly does exactly this. To learn more, visit launchdarkly.com and tell them Corey sent you, and watch for the wince.Corey: I can also predict that people are going to have questions for you—probably inane—of, well, you were a consultant, how are your actual technical chops? And I love answering these questions with data. So, I have here pulled up the last six months of The Duckbill Group's AWS bills. And for those who are unaware, every cloud economist has their own dedicated test account for testing out strange things that we come across. And again, can the correct answer in many consulting engagements is, “I don't know, but I'll find out.”Well, this is how we find out. We run tests and learn these things ourselves. I suppose we could extend this benefit, if you want to call it that, to people who aren't cloud economists but I'm not entirely sure what, I don't know, an audio engineer is going to do with an AWS account that isn't, you know, kind of horrifying. To the audio engineer that is editing this podcast, my condolences if you take that as a slight, and if there is something you would use an AWS account for, please let me know. We'll come talk about it here.But back to topic, looking at the last six months of your bill for your account—that's right, a ritualistic shaming of the AWS bill—in January you spent $16.06. In February, you spent 44 cents. And you realized that was too high, so back in March, you then spent 19 cents. And then $3.01 back in April. May wound up $10.02, and now you're $9.84 as of June. July has not yet finalized as of this recording.And what I want to highlight—and what that tells me when I look at these types of bills—and I assure you as the world's leading self-described expert in AWS billing, I'm right; listening to me is a best practice on these things—that shows the exact opposite of a steady-state workload. There's a lot of dynamism to those giant swings because we don't have cloud economists who are going to just run these things steady-state for the rest of our lives. Those are experiments of building and testing out new and exciting things in a whole bunch of very weird, very strange ways. Whenever I wind up talking to someone in one of the overarching AWS services at AWS and I pull up my account, a common refrain is, “Wow, you use an awful lot of services.” Right. I'm not just sitting here run and EC2 instances forever. Imagine that. And your account is a perfect microcosm of that entire philosophy.Tim: Well, I don't know all the answers, right? And I will never profess all the answers. And before I say, “You should do this—” or maybe I will say, “You might be able to do this. Let me go save as possible.” [laugh]. Right? And so, just let me just see, can you do this? Does this work? No, I guess it doesn't. Or AWS docu—especially, “The AWS documentation says this. Let me see if that's actually the case.”Corey: I don't believe that they intend to lie, but—Tim: No.Corey: —they also certainly don't get it correct all the time.Tim: And to be fair, they have, what, 728 services by this point, and that's a lot of documentation you're not going to get—Corey: Three more have launched since the start of this recording.Tim: I—yeah, actually—well, by the time this hits, they're probably going to have 22. But we'll [laugh] see. But yeah, no. And that's fine. And they're not going to have every use case, and every edge, kind of like, concern handled, and so that's why we need to kick the tires a little bit.And what I think more than anything else is, you know, sometimes we just do things out of convenience. Like, “Well, I don't want to run this on this; let me just fire it up because it's not my money.” [laugh]. But we also want to be fairly concerned about you know, how we do things. You don't want to run a fleet of z1ds, obviously.But there is a certain amount of tire-kicking and infrastructure spinning up that you have to do in order to maintain freshness, right? And it's not a thing where I'm going to say, “Oh, I know YAML off the top of my head, and I need to do—you know, I'm up to speed on every single possible API call that you can make.” No. My technical prowess has always been in architecture and operations. So, I think when we have these conversations, folks mostly tend to be impressed by not only business acumen and strategy, but also being able to get down to the weeds and talking with the developers and the engineers about the minutia. And you will have seen you know, the feedback that I've gotten about my technical prowess has always been good. You know, I can hang with anybody, I feel like.Corey: I would agree wholeheartedly. It's been really interesting watching you in conversations, internally and with our clients, where you will just idly bust out something fricking brilliant out of left field. And most of the time, I don't think you even realize it. It's just one of those things that makes intuitive and instinctive sense to you. And you basically just leave people stunned and their scribbling notes and trying to wrap their heads around what you just said.And it's adorable because sometimes you wind up almost, like, looking embarrassed, like, “Did I say something rude and not realize it? Like, I wasn't trying to be insulting.” It's like, “Nope, nope. You're just doing your thing, Tim. Just keep on doing it. That's fine.”Tim: Yeah, it's funny because, like you, one of the things that I've really enjoyed about it is, like, we'll just start bouncing ideas off of each other and come up with something brilliant. “Yeah, let's do that.” And then, “Okay, this is now a thing.” And it's like, you know, there's something to be said about being around smart people. So, it's not just me coming up with something brilliant; these are almost always fruits of a conversation and discussion being had, and then you formulate something great in your head.But again, this is why I love the aspect of talking and having conversations with people, so that way you can come up with something kind of brilliant. None of this is done in a silo. Like we're not really, really good at what we do because we don't rely or talk to or have conversations with other people.Corey: One thing that you did that I think is one of the most transformative things that has happened in company history in some respects has been when you started, and for the first half of your tenure here, we had two engagement types that we would wind up giving our consulting clients. There's contract negotiation, where we help companies negotiate their long-term commitment contracts with AWS—and we're effective at it and that's fun; that's basically what you would more or less expected to be—and the other is our cost optimization project engagements. And those tend to look six to eight weeks where we wind up going in deep-dives into the intricacies of an organization's AWS accounts, bills, strategy, growth plan, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera, to an exhaustive level of detail. And in an interest of being probably overly transparent here, I didn't like working on those engagements myself. I like coming in, finding the big things that will be transformative to reduce the bills—it's like solving a puzzle—and then the relatively in-depth analysis for things that are a relatively paltry portion of the AWS bill does not really lead me to enjoying the work very much.And I beat my head against that one for years. And you busted out one day with an idea that became our third type of engagement, which is the first pass, where we charge significantly less for the engagement and it essentially distills down into you get us to talk to your engineering teams for a day. Bring us any questions, give us access in advance to these things, and we will basically go on a whirlwind guided tour and lay waste to your AWS bill and highlight different opportunities that we see to optimize these things. And it has been an absolute smash success. People love the engagements.Very often, it leads to that second full-bore engagement that I was describing earlier, but it also aligns very well with the way that I like to think about these things. I'm a great consultant, specifically because once I've delivered the value, I like to leave. Whereas as an employee, I just sort of linger around, and then I go cause problems and other people's departments—ideally, not on purpose, but you know, I am me—and this really emphasizes that and keeps me moving quickly. I really, really like that engagement style and I have you to thank for coming up with the idea and finding a way to do it that didn't either not resonate with the market—in which case, we're not selling a damn thing—or wound up completely eviscerating the value of the longer-term deep-dive engagements, and you threaded that needle perfectly.Tim: I thank you; I appreciate that. There was this kind of vacuum that I saw where, both from a cost and from a resource point where six to eight weeks is a long time for an engineering org to dedicate to any one thing, especially if that one thing isn't directly making money. But engineering orgs are also very interested in saving money. But it's especially in smaller orgs where that velocity is very important, they don't have six to eight weeks for that. They can't dedicate the resources to those deep-dives all the time, and all the conversations we—and when we do a COP, it is exhaustive. We are exploring every avenue to almost an absurd level, right?And that's not the right engagement for a lot of orgs, right? So, coming in and saying, “Hey, you know, this is a quick one; these are the things that you can do. This is 90% of the savings you're going to realize. These things: bam, bam, bam, bam, bam.” Right?And then we give it to the folks and we let them work on it, and then they're like, “Hey, we need this because we want to negotiate EDP,” or, “We need this because, you know, we're just trying to make sure that our costs are in line so we can be more agile, so we can do this project, or whatever.” Right? And then there are a lot of other orgs that do need that exhaustive kind of thing, larger orgs especially, right? Larger, more complex orgs, orgs that are trying to maybe—like, if you're trying to make a play to get acquired, you want to get this very, very in-depth study so you know all your liabilities and all your assets, so that way you can fix those problems and make it very attractive for someone to buy you, right? Or orgs that just have, like, we are not having an impending EDP; we have a lot of time to be able to focus on these things, and we can build this into the roadmap, right?Then we can do a very exhaustive study of those things. But for a lot of times, people are just like, “Look, I just need to save X amount of money on my AWS bill and can you do that?” Well, sure. We can go in there and have those conversations and give you a lot of savings. And I'm very much in the camp of, you know, ‘perfect is the enemy of good.' I don't have to save down to the nth penny on your DynamoDB bill. But if I can, shave—cut it in half, that's great. Most people are very happy about those kinds of things. And that's a very routine finding for us.Corey: One other aspect that I really liked about it, too, is that it let us move down market a bit, away from companies that are spending millions of dollars a month. Because yeah, the ROI for those customers is a slam dunk on virtually any engagement that we could put together, but what about the smaller companies, the ones that are not spending that much money, yet? They've never felt great talk to them and say, “Oh, just go screw up your AWS bill some more. Then, then you will absolutely be able to generate some value. Maybe turn off MFA and post your credentials to GitHub or something. That'll speed up the process nicely.”That's terrible advice and we can't do it. But this enables us to move down to smaller companies that are earlier in their cloud estate build-out or are growing organically rather than trying to do a giant migration as sort of greenfield growth approach. I really, really like our ability to help companies that are a bit earlier in their cloud journey, as well as in smaller environments, just because I guess, on some level, for me, at least, when you see enormous multimillion-dollar levels of spend, the misconfigurations are generally less fun to find; they're less exciting. Because, yeah at a small scale, you can screw up and your Managed NAT Gateway bill is a third of your spend. When you're spending $80 million a year, you're not wasting that kind of money on Managed NAT Gateways because that misconfiguration becomes visible from frickin' orbit.So, someone has already found that stuff. And it's always then it's almost certainly EC2, RDS, and storage. Great. Then there's some weird data transfer stuff and it starts to look a lot more identical. Smaller accounts, at least from my perspective, tend to have a lot more of interesting things to learn hiding in the shadows.Tim: Oh, absolutely. And I think the impact that you make for the future for small companies much higher, right? You go in there and you have an engagement, you can say, “Okay, I understand the business reason why you did this here, but if you make these changes—bam, bam, bam—12 to 18 months and on, right, this is going to make a huge difference in your business. You're going to save a tremendous amount of money and you're going to be much more agile.”You did this thing because it worked for the POC, it worked for the MVP, right? That's great, but before it gets too big and becomes load-bearing technical debt, let's make some changes to put you in a better position, both for cost optimization and an architectural future that you don't have to then break a bone that's already set to try and fix it. So, getting in there before there's a tremendous load on their architecture—or rather on their infrastructure, it's super, super fun because you know that when you've done this, you have given that company more runway, or you've given them the things they need to actually be more successful, and so they can focus their time and efforts on growth and not on trying to stop the bleeding with their AWS bill.Corey: Tim, it's been an absolute pleasure to work with you. I'm going to miss working with you, but we are definitely going to remain in touch. Where can people find you to follow along with your continuing adventures?Tim: The best way to find me is on Twitter, I am @elchefe—E-L-C-H-E-F-E. And yeah, I will definitely keep in touch with you, Corey. Again, you have been a tremendous friend and I really appreciate you, your insights, and your honesty. Our partners are friends with each other and I do not think that they will let us ever drift too far apart. So.Corey: No, I think it is pretty clear that we are basically going to be both of their plus-ones forever.Tim: [laugh]. I think so.Corey: I'm just waiting for them when they pulled the prank of dressing us the exact same way because our styles are somewhat different, and I'm pretty sure that there's not a whole lot of convergence where we both wind up looking great. So, it's going to be hilarious regardless of what direction it goes in.Tim: Well, you do have velour tracksuits too, right?Corey: Not yet, but please don't tell that to Bethany.Tim: [laugh].Corey: Tim, it has been an absolute pleasure.Tim: The pleasure has been all mine, Corey. I really appreciate it.Corey: Tim Banks, for one last time, principal cloud economist at The Duckbill Group. I am Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice and an insulting comment that says that we are completely wrong in our approach to management and the real answer is as follows, making sure to keep that answer less than 280 characters.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 52:50


All the peeps are included in today's episode: the humble podcast producers, Sarah Nicole Landry AKA The Birds Papaya, and DJ Jizz Face AKA Blake Horstmann (if you know, you know). First up, Kaitlyn and her producers give their LukeWarm (debatably ice cold) Thoughts (LWT) on this week's episode of The Bachelorette(s), dive into a very important comment on KB's Instagram, and give the lowdown of what happened at their live OTV watch parties. Then, it's time for Sarah Nicole Landry at the Toronto live podcast – a very special treat for the earholes of those Vinos who weren't able to attend IRL! They catch up and get real about everything from friendship to intimacy to relationships, and give some sexy confessions. Thank you to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the Vinos: HYUNDAI - Learn more at HyundaiUSA.com.

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 157:51


Joining the table tonight, Blake Blossom! Blake is an open book in this tell all interview. Blake covers topics like  her thoughts on dating celebrities including an insight to how many have slid into her DMs. From there Blake  tells Matt Slayer about some wild camming experiences. Blake also talks about a few of her dream scenes she wants to shoot, one including a “fat Santa”. Scandalous stories as Blake  tells about dudes lying about sleeping with her! She discusses her struggles with body dysmorphia is very open about the procedures she's had.  Blake candidly talks about her positions on Sugar Daddies, feature dancing and escorting. Blake and Matt also give a short anatomy lesson and talk about IRL relationships, Blake discusses STD's and industry considerations, Most importantly Blake will go through your phone! All this and more on And Now We Drink!

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Invisibility, Intimacy, and the Way Things Are

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 20:49 Very Popular


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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 92:57 Very Popular


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The Money with Katie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 55:05 Very Popular


I sold my car in March 2021 and have (mostly) never looked back as part of a one-car couple, but my husband and I have been dabbling with the idea of getting a new car this year. Unfortunately, 2022 is…not a great time to buy a vehicle, as anyone who's perused the used car market knows.  It inspired this episode in which we break down the lease vs. buy decision in today's car market with guest Jorge Diaz, author of Car Leasing Done Right (https://www.leasecosts.ca/en/book).  As part of the episode, I wanted to do an IRL lease vs. buy comparison with a luxury car—so I reached out to a Porsche dealership to pull numbers on a 2023 Macan. What I wasn't expecting as part of my number-crunching journey: being immediately plunged into an inferior sense of class consciousness as a result of the interaction. That's…a fun bonus in the episode.

Under the Covers
Casually Chatting About 5 Dudes Ra*ling 1 Chick with Lindsey

Under the Covers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 42:39


This week, I chat with Lindsey (@bookbestielindsey) who is now officially MY book bestie Lindsey and the rest of you can just get in line. We chatted all about the Twisted Sisters, @carolinepeckham and @susanne_valenti, and tried (poorly) to stay on topic with the Harlequin Crew series, but clearly we are obsessed with all things written by this dynamic sister duo and a few of their others may have slipped in there MANY times. We also chatted about our love for a pregnancy trope, what IRL trope she is, the ideal harem number, and how our friendship almost ended before it started because SOMEONE might be on the wrong Twilight team (for shame). Crack My Spine: The Do-Over by TL Swan: https://amzn.to/3d4d46P Under the Covers: Harlequin Crew by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti: https://amzn.to/3BFDWnQ Other Links: Ruthless Boys of the Zodiac by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti: https://amzn.to/3oTRjt8 Lindsey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bookbestielindsey/ Lindsey's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lindsromero_04 Your Fav Author PA: https://www.instagram.com/yourfavauthorpa/ Follow Under the Covers' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/underthecoverspod/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/underthecoverspodcast/message

Sermons - The Potter's House
Supernatural Impact by Pastor Wayman Mitchell (2015) | WAYMAN WEDNESDAY

Sermons - The Potter's House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 37:08


Support World Evangelism by becoming a subscriber to the DAILY PREMIUM AD-FREE SERMON PODCAST using the links below: Subscribe to the premium podcast for only $3/month at Supercast: https://vbph-sermons.supercast.tech/ Subscribe to the premium version of this podcast in Apple Podcasts for $4.99/month: https://apple.co/3dix1mC ALL PROCEEDS GO TO WORLD EVANGELISM --- We need five-star reviews! Tell the world what you think about this podcast at: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3dix1mC Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/vbph-sermon-podcast-43369 Join our bible reading plan: https://bible.com/p/37105438/98d214149e0115fd6b7114ad30095ebf Want to receive text updates from our church? Send the keyword VBPH to 844-990-3380. Please let us know how this message has influenced you by connecting with us using one of these options: Email: pastor@vbph.org Voicemail: https://anchor.fm/vbph-sermons/message Facebook: https://facebook.com/vbph.church Instagram: https://instagram.com/vbph.church Twitter: https://twitter.com/vbph_church Website: https://vbph.church Are you in Hampton Roads and want to visit our church? Come join us IRL: 1045 Lynnhaven Pkwy., Virginia Beach, VA 23452 ---

Beginner Mom Boss- Strategies to Start a Profitable Amazon Store or Etsy Shop
Should you cold dm people? Here's what visionary entrepreneurs do to attract customers with ease

Beginner Mom Boss- Strategies to Start a Profitable Amazon Store or Etsy Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 12:44


Is hitting send on a cold DM the best strategy to find your ideal customers?   How many hours of cold lead research did it take for you to find these random folks?   And when you were researching people to send cold messaging to, did you fall into an hour-long Instagram scrolling hole? Ok, more like 2 hours.   Being the equivalent of a traveling salesman, knocking on the door in the middle of dinner time is not the vibe.   And that's what cold dming is like IRL!    You started a business because you're a visionary entrepreneur, and there's a MUCH better way!   Welcome to episode 212 of Organic Marketing Queen! In this episode, I'm giving you all the reasons why cold dming won't take your business to the next level, and how the statistics are stacked against you.   I'm giving you the antidote to this ineffective cold marketing method: starting a podcast!    Launching a podcast is the best tool entrepreneurs have right now to get all the warm leads their little heart's desire! It's palm trees and tiny drink umbrellas here on successful podcast island.   And here's the good news: I can help you with your podcast setup AND podcast strategy! But, here's the thing, I won't have to come KNOCK KNOCK KNOCKing at your door, because it's all attraction marketing over here.   Hit me up! I can help you map out the podcast marketing strategy of your dreams!   Honestly, I can't wait! I'm saving a frosty drink with a tiny paper umbrella in it just for you!    Let's do this!   With love, Juliana   Let's connect!!! IG: @juliana.barbati Want my magic touch in starting or growing your podcast? Check this out:  http://julianabarbati.com/hello

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
“Back Burner Situation”

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 38:07


This week Moshe and Natasha discuss their upcoming trip to San Francisco; Moshe for stand up and Natasha to host an event at Outside Lands. They figure out who on the musical lineup Natasha has heard of and how to pronounce SZA. They give advice to one caller whose boyfriend is mad at her IRL for things she does in his dreams and another whose friend is flirting with her despite being with someone else.  Join our new Patreon for ad-free episodes, extended Secret Dumps, Zoom dinner parties, and so much more! https://www.patreon.com/endlesshoneymoon Submit your deepest secrets to the Endless Honeymoon Secrets Hotline: (213) 222-8608 and ask Natasha and Moshe for relationship advice: endlesshoneymoonpod@gmail.com.   Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEH​​  Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/endlesshoneymoonpod/

Billfish Radio
EP66 Fishing Preparation, Traveling & Refitting

Billfish Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 51:24


In today's podcast, There are no guests it is just Nick Carullo & Anthony Pino talking about their trips, Experiences of preparation when traveling to a different place with the boat. As well as talk some about the last bout Nick has had to do some Refitting on.If you like the podcast, please support us by checking out some of our latest products, especially the Performance Pants, onCheck out our gear at https://billfishgear.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=poddescription&utm_campaign=stateofsportfishing&utm_id=stateofsportfishingBillfish Group specializes in enhancing human outdoor performance through technical products. We create products, in all forms, which enhance the outdoor experience both on and off the water. We felt there was a need for true performance wear, as the elements get harsher, it's up to us to become better. Billfish was created by fishermen, for fishermen with the goal of building a community of outdoors enthusiasts around the globe. We do this through engaging with our community on social media platforms and IRL events.

IRL - Online Life Is Real Life
When an Algorithm is Your Boss

IRL - Online Life Is Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 20:23 Very Popular


Gig workers around the world report directly to algorithms in precarious jobs created by secretive corporations. We take you to the streets of Quito, Ecuador where delivery workers are protesting against artificial intelligence, and we hear solutions from people in several countries on how to audit the algorithms and reclaim rights.Eduardo Meneses is gearing up with allies to ‘audit the algorithms' of delivery platforms in Ecuador as the Global Head of Social Change at Thoughtworks.Dan Calacci at the MIT Media Lab is developing open source tools and systems that empower workers to take control of their data.Aída Ponce Del Castillo is working on AI regulation to protect the rights of platform workers as a lawyer with the European Trade Union Institute in Brussels.Yuly Ramirez is the general secretary of a coalition of digital platform workers in Ecuador and José Gonzalez is a delivery driver in Quito, Ecuador.IRL is an original podcast from Mozilla, the non-profit behind Firefox. In Season 6, host Bridget Todd shares stories of people who make AI more trustworthy in real life. This season doubles as Mozilla's 2022 Internet Health Report. Go to the report for show notes, transcripts, and more. 

Diz Runs Radio: Running, Life, & Everything In Between
1070 Shelby Schmidt Is Unapologetically Herself In All Aspects Of Life

Diz Runs Radio: Running, Life, & Everything In Between

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 66:53


Shelby Schmidt loves being a part of the running community. Online or IRL, being around other runners and encouraging them is something she just can get enough of. Check out the full show notes for today's episode at http://DizRuns.com/1070. Are you ready to take your running to the next level by working with a coach? Check out http://DizRuns.com/coaching for details on the various levels of coaching that I have available. Love the show? Check out the support page for ways you can help keep the Diz Runs Radio going strong! http://dizruns.com/support Become a Patron of the Show! Visit http://Patreon.com/DizRuns to find out how. Get Your Diz Runs Radio Swag! http://dizruns.com/magnet Subscribe to the Diz Runs Radio Find Me on an Apple Device http://dizruns.com/itunes Find Me on an Android http://dizruns.com/stitcher Find Me on SoundCloud http://dizruns.com/soundcloud Please Take the Diz Runs Radio Listener Survey http://dizruns.com/survey Win a Free 16-Week Training Plan Enter at http://dizruns.com/giveaway Join The Tribe If you'd like to stay up to date with everything going on in the Diz Runs world, become a member of the tribe! The tribe gets a weekly email where I share running tips and stories about running and/or things going on in my life. To get the emails, just sign up at http://dizruns.com/join-the-tribe The tribe also has an open group on Facebook, where tribe members can join each other to talk about running, life, and anything in between. Check out the group and join the tribe at https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedizrunstribe/

Reveal: The Revenue Intelligence Podcast
3 market trends impacting every sales team today

Reveal: The Revenue Intelligence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 21:30


In this Celebrate session replay, Sheena sits down IRL with Juniper's VP of Global Revenue Enablement Hang Black, and Sequoia Capital Partner Carl Eschenbach to explore their perspectives on the market trends sales leaders need to know.The best-of-the-best sales leaders are already adjusting their strategies to account for these trends. Because the world is changing, fast. From a market downturn to layoffs, to hiring freezes, the current market poses a lot of challenges. This is how to prepare for what's ahead.

No Jumper
Fanum on Growing Up in The Bronx, Joining AMP, YouTube Hustle & More

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 62:00 Very Popular


JustFanum speaks on his rise to content success, being from the Bronx, finding different ways to be successful, AMP, Youtube, Twitch police, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 0:50 - Creating 2 different channels, toxic 2k community, people playing for 18hrs a day 2:57 - Started off trying to talk like the YouTubers he was watching, getting on his Bronx sh*t and things took off 5:45 - Starting to go hard on YouTube, starting his IRL streams, getting demonetized all the time at first 7:28 - Getting 800k views on videos, getting a strike for showing kids fighting 10:47 - Says black creators are watched by YouTube and Twitch police 12:42 - Flakko wants to know his biggest check, making 6 figures a month 18:24 - Not crossing lines with his pranks 19:22 - Says cancel culture isn't real 21:31 - Always holding on to his roots, keeping his Honda Accord 22:02 - His Mom doesn't understand Youtube, his parents have PhDs 22:40 - Uses to take pictures of school books coz he couldn't afford them, dropping out to do YouTube 26:02 - Being obsessed with what he does, being consistent 35:10 - Not letting negative comments get to you, more love than trolls 38:35 - Team10 vs Cloutgang beef, love Jake and Logan Paul new career trajectories 40:05 - AMP Rico is now living in Atlanta, difference between there and LA and New York 42:22 - When Teanna Trump came to the crib, pulling up in the Porsche, being proud of Kai Cenat 47:42 - Feeling like a lot of rappers are just custies, popping pills and doing dr*gs 49:36 - NYC mayor Eric Adams trying to stop Drill music from being played on radio 50:47 - Feeling safe when he's in the hood, seeing guy get s___ on the corner, not being phased by it 53:36 - YouTubers vs Rappers 54:30 - YouTube groupies, not talking about famous chicks he's smashed 55:39 - Asian Doll can do whatever she wants but she's not the queen of the Bronx 57:19 - Bronx dudes get money and could afford to pay Asian Doll $10k ----- 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

LadyGang
LG Quickie: Chris Knight

LadyGang

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 29:27 Very Popular


Keltie's husband, Chris, is in the hot seat as Becca, Jac and Keltie ask him some questions IRL. Fid out his favorite memories since marrying Keltie and if he'd ever manger the hot new group, Ginger Bell. Check out our amazing sponsors!!! Hyundai: Learn more about the 2022 TUCSON and SANTA FE Plug-in Hybrid EVs at HyundaiUSA.com Progressive: Quote at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive! Huggies: We Got You, Baby! Learn more on Huggies.com