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Emprendete Podcast
Introduciendo DE PELOS

Emprendete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 3:30


Un día luego de que su gata preguntara por un micrófono que estaba sobre la mesa, a Mateo se le ocurre hacer un podcast junto a sus mascotas Bruno y Agatha. Un perro despistado y una gata engreída, que sí, son como el agua y el aceite, pero que con sus ocurrencias son capaces de hacer reír a cualquiera. Junto a Mateo, Bruno y Agatha, cada miércoles, descubriremos que tener peludos es más que salir al parque, recoger popó y comprar comida, pues en sus mentes, está la magia de este show. ¡Acompañen a Mateo, Bruno y Agatha en este podcast lleno de pelos!¡De Pelos! es un podcast de Laika y Naranja Media.

Rules of the Frame
Frankenweenie

Rules of the Frame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 64:22


Connor & Jon get spooked out by Tim Burton's claymation adaptation of his short film: Frankenweenie. Jon gets freaked out by the teeth, Connor is frustrated by the Laika-esque animation, and the two just can't seem to agree on whether this film is a rip-off or a remake.WARNING: Major spoilers for Frankenweenie and Frankenstein Follow us:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rulesoftheframe/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rulesoftheframe  Twitter: https://twitter.com/RulesOfTheFrame  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCII7_Fevn8na1ZkXyfUeTQA/featured Films mentioned in this episode:---------------------------------Frankenweenie (2012) | Dir. Tim BurtonEdward Scissorhands (1990) | Dir. Tim BurtonFrankenstein (1931) | Dir. James WhaleThe Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) | Dir. Henry SelickJames and the Giant (1996) | Dir. Henry SelickCorpse Bride (2005) | Dir. Tim BurtonE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) | Dir. Steven SpielbergVincent (1982) | Dir. Tim BurtonFrankenweenie (1984) | Dir. Tim BurtonPinocchio (1940) | Dir. Norman FergusonBatman Returns (1992) | Dir. Tim BurtonBeetlejuice (1988) | Dir. Tim BurtonSweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) | Dir. Tim BurtonYoung Frankenstein (1974) | Dir. Mel BrooksThe Son of Frankenstein (1939) | Dir. Rowland V. LeeReady Player One (2018) | Dir. Steven SpielbergWinnie the Pooh (2011) | Dir. Stephen J. Anderson & Don HallCoraline (2009) | Dir. Henry SelickParaNorman (2012) | Dir. Chris Butler & Sam FellBoxtrolls (2014) | Dir. Graham Annable & Anthony StacchiBig Fish (2003) | Dir. Tim BurtonAlice in Wonderland (2010) | Dir. Tim BurtonPlanet of the Apes (2001) | Dir. Tim BurtonDark Shadows (2012) | Dir. Tim BurtonJohn Carter (2012) | Dir. Andrew StantonSuper 8 (2011) | Dir. J.J. AbramsKubo and the Two Strings (2016) | Dir. Travis KnightBlade Runner 2049 (2017) | Dir. Denis VilleneuveThe Batman (2022) | Dir. Matt Reeves

History Daily
Laika, the Space Dog

History Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 20:12


November 3, 1957. In the midst of the Space Race, a stray Russian mutt named Laika rides a rocket into history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WDR ZeitZeichen
Die Hündin Laika wird ins All geschossen (am 3.11.1957)

WDR ZeitZeichen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 14:47


Heute vor 65 Jahren wurde die Hündin Laika weltberühmt: Mit der Kapsel "Sputnik 2" schoss die Sowjetunion das Tier ins All. Der Tag ihres Ruhms wurde zugleich ihr Todestag. Autor: Thomas Klug Von Thomas Klug.

Tree Talkin' Time
46. The Hunting Laika Authority

Tree Talkin' Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 50:30


In this episode I visited the authority on hunting Laikas Mr. Vladimir Beregovoy. Vladimir was very generous to allow me to visit while traveling through his area. We talk about the history of Laikas and how they are kept in their native homeland of Siberia. Vladimir has first hand knowledge and was kind enough to share a little with me. If you are interested in learning more the link for his book is below.    https://www.amazon.com/Hunting-Breeds-Russia-Vladimir-Beregovoy/dp/1644266962  https://www.patreon.com/treetalkintime https://www.facebook.com/treetalkinmedia https://www.instagram.com/treetalkinmedia

Imagine This Podcast
LoCo+: Leveraging the Business of Creative w/ Kate Atwood and Megan Matousek

Imagine This Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 45:07


In this episode of the pod, we re-introduce the show as “Creative MKE.” Moving forward, episodes will feature a shorter format, have a focus on the creative economy of Milwaukee -- and will be sponsored by the https://shepherdexpress.com/ (Shepherd Express).   This episode finds Elisabeth in conversation with the Co-Founders of LoCo+, Kate Atwood and Megan Matousek. LoCo+ is a streaming platform that seeks to engage creators in specific communities (Atlanta, Denver, and now, Milwaukee) and enable them to leverage their intellectual property in a more direct way. Unlike models of streaming like YouTube and Spotify, LoCo+ offers artists the opportunity to host and merchandise their work through paywalls, ticketing, and more. It also gives the artist access to the data of fans and followers who engage with them. Through LoCo+, unlike all other streaming services, users can seek content through the lens of location. Matousek describes the LoCo+ UX experience as Netflix on the front end, and YouTube on the back end.  Throughout the discussion, the group touches on art as a form of storytelling — and a vehicle for human connection and growth, Milwaukee's position as an under-the-radar hub for arts and culture production, the disempowerment that artists face when attempting to build fan and patron bases everywhere at once, and the concept of the LoCo+ platform being a mechanism to “teach emerging creators to fish” for their long-term financial success through leveraging technological tools.   https://www.golocoplus.com/ (LoCo+) is hosting a https://www.eventbrite.com/e/loco-mke-creator-launch-mimosa-mixer-tickets-418034772257 (Creator Launch Mimosa Mixer) on Saturday, Oct 29, at NO Studios in conjunction with NEWwaukee and MKE LAX.  Bio Links:   https://www.newaukee.com/ (NEWaukee)   http://mke-lax.org/ (MKE LAX)  https://www.nostudios.com/production-services?gclid=CjwKCAjw79iaBhAJEiwAPYwoCFYO9AdAA-5AAks87KBdB4UqVz74DGH7U5rH0B4d0qfwZ7lt_1zmaRoCdboQAvD_BwE (NO Studios)  https://www.linkedin.com/in/kateatwood (Kate Atwood)  https://katesclub.org/ (Kate's Club)  https://www.chooseatl.com/ (Choose ATL)  https://www.linkedin.com/in/meganmatousek/ (Megan Matousek)  https://www.laika.com/ (LAIKA)  https://www.lucasfilm.com/ (Lucasfilm Ltd)  https://www.ilm.com/ (Industrial Light & Magic)   https://www.americansforthearts.org/by-program/reports-and-data/research-studies-publications/arts-economic-prosperity-6 (AEP6 from Americans for the Arts) https://www.golocoplus.com/video/video__52394eaa-4564-4510-9f79-1c2ca93ba22d (Nesha Nycee)  

The Numlock Podcast
Numlock Sunday: Eric Vilas-Boas on the crisis in animation

The Numlock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 31:00


By Walt HickeyWelcome to the Numlock Sunday edition.This week, I spoke to Eric Vilas-Boas who wrote If Rotoscoping Isn't Animation, Nothing Is for Vulture. Here's what I wrote about it:This year director Richard Linklater released the film Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood, which is animated through rotoscoping. Essentially, live-action footage is painstakingly animated over using a technique that harkens back to the dawn of animation, a process that required a suite of about 200 2D animators for costs upwards of $20 million. The animated film, however, has been rejected by the animation committee of the Academy Awards, arguing it relies on live-action footage even though the film clearly surpasses the requirement 75 percent of running time must be animated. Linklater and company are ticked off, claiming that the branch has been captured by corporations and aimed at children, with 19 of the past 21 awards for Best Animated Feature going to CG-animated kids movies, and with just two independent studies winning.Eric is brilliant on the topic of animation, he was one of the founders of The Dot and Line animation blog and is one of the most plugged-in writers on the topic these days. We spoke about why the awards scene around animated film is chaotic, why it's a demoralizing moment to be in the field, and how streaming has upended the industry. Eric can be found at @e_vb_ and at Vulture.This interview has been condensed and edited. You wrote a really fascinating story about a new film that's coming out from director Richard Linklater. Before we dive into the whole concept of rotoscoping and whatnot, do you want to tell folks a little about your history with animation? You're currently at Vulture, you've got a long history of working in this space. What's been your journey in covering animation so far?I've been interested in this area of coverage for a long time. I always wanted to be an entertainment journalist. I always wanted to angle my career in that direction. A buddy of mine and I looked around at the space of magazine journalism a few years ago and we noticed, "Oh, there's no The New Yorker for animation coverage." No one covers cartoons with what we thought was a level of both consistency and seriousness.We started this website called The Dot and Line based off an iconic Chuck Jones short cartoon; that was in 2016. My friend and I, John Maher, started that site. That site was just our way of covering animation from a fan perspective and a magaziney perspective, a bloggy perspective, and also covering the business through the same lens.We never made any money. The Dot and Line shut down, we gave it a viking funeral in 2020, in the beginning of the pandemic, very lovingly.I always really loved cartoons and animation. I wanted to cover it more deeply and make sure that it had a place in the media ecosystem that I was working in. These days I've parleyed that experience into writing about animation for Vulture, for Thrillist in the past, for Hyperallergic, for The Observer. Now I'm currently in Vulture where I edit most of our streaming coverage, and then also work on the occasional animation and cartoons piece, which brings me to this topic today.I just wanted to make sure that we got that set up, because there's this idea that you've always been reporting on how there's tension in animation, how there aren't a lot of people who treat it seriously, that there's a tremendous amount of effort and art that goes into it but that mainstream sources oftentimes don't necessarily understand what some of the power and appeal of it is. That all really comes to a head in the story. Do you want to talk a little bit about Apollo 10 ½ and how it was made?It definitely hits a lot of points for me. Apollo 10 ½ is a rotoscoped movie directed by Richard Linklater, a very well-regarded indie filmmaker who has done both animated movies like A Scanner Darkly and Waking Life as well as live-action movies like the Before trilogy and Dazed and Confused, and a few other things that you might have seen before. Apollo 10 ½ is basically his latest animated effort. It was made by a large team of around 200 animators through a studio called Minnow Mountain, based in Austin, Texas, where Richard Linklater is also based. Apollo 10 ½ is essentially a coming-of-age fantasy story about a kid who gets to experience sitting in a NASA space mission.The opening hook of the movie is like, "Oh, we made the space capsule too small and now this preteen child must be signed up for a NASA mission." And it's a fantasy. It's meant to be fantastical in a way that live action can't be. Richard Linklater has talked about this, so that's all well and good. Apollo 10 ½ was released on Netflix earlier this year, over the summer. It was also submitted for Academy Award consideration for Best Animated Feature.Best Animated Feature is an interesting category and we can get into why. But long story short, the film was rejected from consideration over the summer on the grounds that it "did not meet the definition of animation" according to the Academy's feature animation committee.That's ticked a lot of folks off, because it is animated with a technique used called rotoscoping which as you wrote, goes back to some of the earliest days of not just animation but film, period. Do you want to talk about what the controversy is there?To give just a definition, rotoscoping is essentially you'll film something in live action. The tool that was invented was literally called the rotoscope, and it was invented by this animator Max Fleischer, who people might know from the Superman cartoons. These old 1940 Superman cartoons are some of the best cartoons of their kind even to this day; they're very well respected. He invented this thing in 1915 called the rotoscope. What the rotoscope is is essentially a multi-plane camera on steroids that allows you to film something in live action, and then to trace the images of what's been filmed into an animated form — to trace the outlines of something and create art out of it, essentially.The Fleischer brothers used this on a number of their animated cartoons. They had this series called Out of the Inkwell: They traced Cab Calloway, the jazz musician, dancing and doing some awesome moves in some of their cartoons. The upshot of all this is that it looks really good. It's an easy way to capture fluidity and a certain level of realism, without having to draw every single thing from nothing, essentially. It's a technique that's been used for decades upon decades by not just the Fleischers but also animators at Disney. Snow White heavily referenced a performer named Marge Belcher using similar techniques.It goes all the way to Ralph Bakshi's 1970s Lord of the Rings film, which famously uses rotoscoping. You can argue one way or another over whether Ralph Bakshi's rotoscoping looks good or not. I think a lot of it looks really good. Lord of the Rings is not a very good-looking movie, but it's interesting, I think.People feel a lot of different ways about rotoscoping. Part of the mystique of animation is that something is artistic and being delivered in front of you, in a moving way that literally tricks you to think that these images that are just layered on top of each other very, very fast are actually moving. That's the point. I think that it takes an element of the mystique out of it, or the artistry out of it, to hear later on, "Oh, that was traced," or something like that. But the reality is this is just a tool, it's just a technique that a lot of animators and a lot of your favorite movies have actually deployed over the years. A lot of movies that you might know.The crux here is that the animated film division of the Academy came to the determination that this wasn't an animated film, because it required rotoscoping as much as it did. And it's got a lot of people ticked off for a lot of different reasons.2D animators obviously have had a hell of a time just continuing their craft. Just in general, the category as you wrote has been really dominated by fairly colossal corporate interest for a while. Do you want to talk a little bit about what specifically this tempest is all about?I think it's really frustrating to anybody who knows about the history of animation to call a decades-old technique used in animation not animation. So that's one side of that argument.Another side of this argument is the corporate aspect of the specific animated feature award. It's not Best Picture, which has been around for forever. It's not as clear-cut as Best Actor or Best Actress or something like that. Best Animated Feature has been around since the year 2001, so it's newer. Ever since 2001, it's always been largely dominated by either 3D CGI movies and/or films that are owned or have been distributed by Disney-Pixar. To pull out some examples, I think Shrek won the first year, and last year Encanto won.I don't have the history in front of me, but every year it's an ongoing joke in the animation community like, "Oh, another CGI movie is going to win." And it's very rare that, number one, a 2D film wins, even more rare I think than that a film that's not owned by a large mega-conglomerate, either Disney or Dreamworks, wins.They've all been Disney, Pixar, Dreamworks, Sony, with the exception of one Aardman picture, and then Spirited Away.Two independent studios have won over the past 20 years, which is like, I personally don't like those numbers. A lot of folks can say otherwise.And then there's this other side of the argument, and I think the animator Phil Lord got into this a little bit when he tweeted last year and a lot of people tweeted: The larger cultural understanding of the animated feature category is that it's made for children. That animation is just for kids, and that this is a juvenile pursuit. I think that the presenters at last year's Academy Awards leaned into that.It was really patronizing, if I recall.Yeah. The tone of that is very patronizing. You look at the animator Richard Williams who passed away a few years ago, this is a person who is known for a hyper-realistic, very, very fluid animated style. He's the reason that Who Framed Roger Rabbit looks as good as it does, because he impressed upon his animators, "You have to make sure the eyelines match up between the cartoon characters and the actors on stage."You look at artists on his level or on a Miyazaki level, or to go back even further a Chuck Jones level, and to say that they are making stuff that's only for kids is, if it were me, if I were in their shoes, I would find it very offensive. I would find it very patronizing.It's an interesting category for a lot of reasons. I looked at it last year because I'm obsessed with the Oscars, and Pixar usually gets a bid, Disney usually gets a bid, Dreamworks usually gets a bid, one of the other biggies gets a bid. And then they'll usually get an international feature or one of the Ghibli, Aardman worlds.It's weird that there's clearly a degree to which the animators within the division have enough clout to get those nominees for those international features and those smaller indie features, but it does seem that the branch is dominated by the kind of folks who just want to give it to Pixar, Disney or Dreamworks.That's the story the numbers seem to tell us. I think one of the frustrations, and I understand why it has to be this way, is that you do want to know how these voting bodies work, but it raises a wide variety of complications if we knew exactly how everybody voted, but a lot of the stuff happens in a very opaque way. Richard Linklater, in my story, when I interviewed him for this Apollo 10 ½ thing, his words I think were, "We really just don't know who's behind this decision making." The only way that he can conceive of it is that like, they must have something against rotoscoping, or, against us, "us" speaking for the independent animators that he works with.To him, to them, it feels like a David and Goliath situation where I'm sure a film like the latest Disney-Pixar thing that is made for $150 or $200 million or whatever it is, they would probably have no trouble getting nominated for anything, for clearing through any of the rules that are stipulated. This film, which is made for $20 million and there's definitely an outsider feeling there on the part of him and his animators, they're running into trouble.It's a challenging category because again, the work is really fairly incredible coming out of even the larger houses, not to diminish any of that. It is just weird.That's the thing too. No value judgment, it's not an artistic judgment on the artistry of a film like Encanto or Turning Red which are stunning, beautiful animated movies. I cried during Encanto not quite like I'd cried in any movie that year that it came out. But I think the tension is really like, "Oh, why is animation only this?" I think that's the question that is on some of these other animators' minds and on Linklater's mind.It's almost entirely 3D animated stuff. Again, I'm a LAIKA stan, and it's just shocking to me that they occasionally get the nominations, but it's a little evident that the body is just going to be predisposed toward 3D computer-animated graphic stuff instead of the 2D stuff, instead of the anime stuff, instead of the rotoscoping and stop-motion stuff.Yeah. LAIKA is a perfect example; just everything that they put out is amazing, it just looks stunning and it feels like if they get a nomination, it's a good year.You also cover a lot about just how the business of animation and streaming has really fundamentally changed; a lot of that, whether it's Crunchyroll merging with Funimation, whether it's all these streaming services jumping directly into the world of animation and then some of them getting cold feet and then getting the hell out. It's been an interesting couple of years for the business itself. Do you maybe want to talk a little bit about streaming and how that's changed some of the math for animated stuff?I'm glad you asked about that because we're in this moment right now, this sense in the animated world that this idea that animation and animators are playing second fiddle constantly to the world of live action. It shouldn't really be that way. These movies and shows take a lot of effort to produce and they do connect with kids and with adults in very, very profound ways. But we're in this moment where it's like, "Oh, you have this corner of the entertainment industry that is doing all this stuff but it feels like it's not getting recognized."Even within that side of the entertainment industry, you have these aspects of it that are, like anything else, it feels like the big dogs are running the show, like the indie animators are doing their own thing, doing something different but then maybe they're being shut out of awards consideration.The same is happening on a macro level. In terms of what I've been covering, to take the streaming wars for example, part of the larger capitalist world in which we operate — for example, Warner Brothers Discovery, the company removed I think 36 titles off of HBO Max without warning over the summer as they were trying to carve down on overhead and slash $3 billion worth of debt which the merged company had inherited.A big part of that was animated shows. A lot of animated shows were in that mix. A few of them, like Infinity Train for example, an amazing show, a brilliant genius show, very not of the same mold as other programming like it, Infinity Train was spiked from the service and all their social media accounts were eliminated. I think the music on Apple Music was removed. This all happened within a span of a few days to a week.I don't know the status of Infinity Train's physical media, but the sense of it was that this show had disappeared off the internet, completely disappeared. And as a fan, you're kind of like, "What the f**k?" As a fan, you're like, "What just happened here?" Offhandedly, I talked to people who worked on the show, and they were also just confused like, "What's going on?" I think that they were all blindsided. The creator of the show, Owen Dennis, wrote a very good Substack post on that exact thing, that feeling of blindsidedness.You've got all these things going on and it's not helping. Animators, or people who are fans of animation, it doesn't help them that some movies are being treated with seemingly a different set of rules as other movies, debatable on whether those rules should exist or not as they pertain to the Academy Awards. It feels like they're being devalued by some of these large companies that own some of the titles that they worked on, either to slash them to just offload debt or to eliminate them entirely for no reason. It seems like the reason is money, which to me doesn't really seem a good reason at all.Then at the same time, something like the Academy Awards, and the award is presented, are we then going to be treated to some hacky line from the last year's best supporting actress or whatever saying, "Oh, animation is so good for kids. It's so great to watch when you grow up, this is what you do when you're a child, and that sense of wonder" or whatever.I don't know, man. If all this stuff is happening to you and you're an animator and you're already baseline underpaid, because everybody's underpaid in Hollywood or anywhere in media, you learn that your work is being devalued by the company you work for. You learn that, an opportunity that I have to go on stage and accept this award is being seen as this purely juvenile pursuit that only appeals to children. Again, we're speaking hypotheticals for all of this, but the multinational company worth billions upon billions of dollars that happens to have billions upon billions of dollars in debt, essentially disappears your cartoon from the service that it was running on?I would be demoralized. I'd be very demoralized.Demoralized is a really good word. It's also fascinating because it's objectively wrong. Adult animation, it's really hit a stride recently; demand is only going up.I alluded to Crunchyroll earlier, but again we've seen demand for anime go through the roof. It seems like it's very much a dated mentality that animated programming is exclusively for kids. It is just a separate art form in a way.You've written a lot in particular about how creatively we've been in a bit of a renaissance when it comes to what one can do with animation and who animation can be for.Yes, absolutely. I don't know, some of the best action filmmaking that I have ever seen has come from Genndy Tartakovsky, director and creator of Primal and Samurai Jack and Dexter's Laboratory. I interviewed him a few years ago and I can't remember the exact quote, I've got to pull it up in my notes. I think I asked him something on the level of, "Would you want to direct a live-action film?" or something like that. And for him, it's not about that. It's not about "graduating" from animation into live action. I can't remember the exact quote, but he told me, basically, it's all about filmmaking. It's all about composing shots, creating storyboards, getting the timing, getting the action and putting a film together.I just saw a tweet today, it's Steven Spielberg getting interviewed about something 30 or 40 years ago. He talks about how animation is the father of live-action filmmaking. The quote is like, "They need to know how a chipmunk rolls into a bank of snow or whatever, because they need to paint every motion of that chipmunk rolling over and over and over across 12 cells per second." This is Steven Spielberg. Steven Spielberg gets it. Why can't anybody else get it?I talk to folks in the comics world who say very similar things, where it's just, they're not trying to storyboard Marvel movies 10 years from now. They're trying to do something in a format that you can uniquely only accomplish in that. You can do things in animation that you cannot do in live action and that's what makes it very cool.It's not for nothing, but the conversations that are happening in the film and TV animated world are probably also happening at the same time in the VFX animation world. We're hearing a lot about these video effects workers on these Marvel movies talking about their labor issues, everything from increased workload leading to overly demanding schedules, and so the product resulting in it looking bad, the product looking not what a movie should look like and not adhering to some of these basic rules of filmmaking, framing and making sure what the stakes are. I think we're just in an interesting period where a lot of these big productions are coming out, you've got Star Wars, you've got all these Marvel movies, you've got the DC Extended Universe. All those require intense special effects like animators. And these two practices are very closely linked, even if they're not going after the same goals.Where can folks find you, Eric? Where can folks find your work and what are you working on these days?Yeah, I'm at Vulture. My Twitter handle is @e_vb_, and anything I write these days typically winds up at vulture.com.If you have anything you'd like to see in this Sunday special, shoot me an email. Comment below! Thanks for reading, and thanks so much for supporting Numlock.Thank you so much for becoming a paid subscriber! Send links to me on Twitter at @WaltHickey or email me with numbers, tips, or feedback at walt@numlock.news.  Get full access to Numlock News at www.numlock.com/subscribe

Cosmopunk: A Starfinder Podcast
Cosmopunk 60 - Cabinet Catastrophe (Theatre of the Mind)

Cosmopunk: A Starfinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 85:59


With Baphomet away on her own quest, the three remaining members of the Laika-7 crew return to the Minigun Bar, listless and apprehensive about returning to their old lives of scrapping abandoned spacehulks... Luckily for Radar, Vee and Ryder - adventure (and misadventure) are never in short supply on Outpost Zed! Like what you hear? Cosmopunk is a comedy sci-fi-fantasy podcast set in Paizo's Starfinder universe and releasing every two weeks! Subscribe to us on ITUNES, SPOTIFY, PODBEAN or wherever you listen to your podcasts! www.cosmopunk.carrd.co Intro and Outro music : Reformat - Vectrex (www.reformat.bandcamp.com) Theatre of the Mind Theme music : Reformat - Kosmos (www.reformat.bandcamp.com) DragonRollPunchMaster5000 retro game music : Jeremy Blake - Powerup! (https://youtu.be/l7SwiFWOQqM)

Startupeable
091. Manuela Sanchez, Laika | Validación de Mercado, Crecimiento y Expansión Internacional en E-Commerce

Startupeable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 55:26


La competencia en e-commerce ha aumentado rápidamente en los últimos años y cada vez es más difícil diferenciarse solamente con buenos productos, se necesita algo más.Laika empezó como una tienda online de comida de mascotas y se ha expandido a servicios como veterinaria, hospedaje y entrenadores, además de seguros y una membresía, convirtiéndose en una tienda online todo en uno para mascotas.Hoy conversamos con su cofundadora y Directora de Growth Manuela Sanchez. Laika atiende a más de 300 mil dueños de mascotas en México, Colombia y Chile, y ha levantado más de 60 millones de dólares de inversión.Hablamos sobre cómo validaron la idea de Laika, las estrategias de crecimiento que utilizaron y las múltiples líneas de negocio que han desarrollado. También, Manuela nos contó por qué cree que es necesario que un fundador lidere la expansión internacional y sus aprendizajes abriendo el mercado mexicano.La manera más sencilla de ayudarnos es dejando una reseña en Apple Podcasts: https://ratethispodcast.com/startupeableEste episodio es presentado por:• Jeeves, la plataforma de crédito corporativo sin costo y con hasta 3% de cashback. Aplica y accede en https://bit.ly/3EsYcZfNotas del episodio: https://startupeable.com/whitepaper/Síguenos en:• Página Web: https://startupeable.com/ • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startupeable/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/startupeable • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/startupeable/ • Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3qwjyPI• TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@startupeable_podcast

Fine Tooning
Fine Tooning with Drew Taylor - Episode 191: October brings a coast-to-coast Laika celebration

Fine Tooning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 31:29


 Drew Taylor & Jim Hill start off this week's show with an update on the Warner Bros Discovery situation. They then talk about Jodie Benson's new memoir, “Part of My World” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network
Fine Tooning with Drew Taylor - Episode 191: October brings a coast-to-coast Laika celebration

The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 31:29


 Drew Taylor & Jim Hill start off this week's show with an update on the Warner Bros Discovery situation. They then talk about Jodie Benson's new memoir, “Part of My World” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CRÓNICAS APASIONADAS
CRÓNICAS APASIONADAS T04C008 Historias bien cantadas 4ª parte (02/10/2022)

CRÓNICAS APASIONADAS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 53:58


Grandes y pequeñas historias resumidas en una canción, como las de Curro el Palmo, Juan sin Tierra, el Jinete, la perrita Laika y Gloria Swanson.

Comics Who Love Comic Books
Dahmer Comic and More - Ep 111

Comics Who Love Comic Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 40:22


This week Brett makes some reading and movie recommendations including My Friend Dahmer by Derf Backderf, Laika by Nick Abadzis, and more! What comics are good for non comic book readers? Are there comics that are hard for non comic book readers to enjoy? What is Tom King's Rorschach about? When did Punisher become Ghost Rider? What was Frankencastle about? Why does Brett think you shouldn't read the 2015 Secret Wars? What was wrong with Batman RIP? How much did Brett love the graphic novel Laika? How is Stranger Things like Akira? What big exciting news is there about Deadpool 3? Why won't they release the Batgirl movie? Will the Flash movie ever get released? What's the deal with Ezra Miller? Why does Brett feel good about Ms. Marvel? What prediction did Brett make that was totally wrong? Which does Brett prefer, Spider-Man or Spider-Man 2? Reading tips: Killing Joke; Dark Knight Returns; Snelson - Comedy is Dying; Frank Miller Daredevil; Just Imagine... Stan Lee Creates the DC Universe; My Friend Dahmer; Laika; Mark Gruenwald Captain America; Akira

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
Houndsman XP - The Russian Bear Hound: The Laika

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 90:21


Heath chats with Alex Kurashev about a unique dog that Alex runs on bear, the Laika. One of four different dogs within the breed. Alex tells about the origination of the Laika and the purpose behind the breed. Alex takes us through his love for hunting and how he ended up with the Laika. Heath has Alex tell about how he trained his pack without any help or mentors. The Laika is an interesting breed, they bring a different perspective to a long history of using a hound. Alex has shown two Laikas and determination and you can catch bear just like the rest of us. It's all about the Journey.www.houndsmanxp.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Houndsman XP - The Russian Bear Hound: The Laika

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 91:51


Heath chats with Alex Kurashev about a unique dog that Alex runs on bear, the Laika. One of four different dogs within the breed. Alex tells about the origination of the Laika and the purpose behind the breed. Alex takes us through his love for hunting and how he ended up with the Laika. Heath has Alex tell about how he trained his pack without any help or mentors. The Laika is an interesting breed, they bring a different perspective to a long history of using a hound. Alex has shown two Laikas and determination and you can catch bear just like the rest of us. It's all about the Journey. www.houndsmanxp.com SPONSORS: Cajun Lights Havoc Hunting Supply Go Wild Old South Dog Boxes Joy Dog Food Briar Creek Kennel dogsRtreed Freedom Hunters Rough Cut Company Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Houndsman XP
The Russian Bear Hound: The Laika

Houndsman XP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 90:21


Heath chats with Alex Kurashev about a unique dog that Alex runs on bear, the Laika. One of four different dogs within the breed. Alex tells about the origination of the Laika and the purpose behind the breed. Alex takes us through his love for hunting and how he ended up with the Laika. Heath has Alex tell about how he trained his pack without any help or mentors. The Laika is an interesting breed, they bring a different perspective to a long history of using a hound. Alex has shown two Laikas and determination and you can catch bear just like the rest of us. It's all about the Journey.www.houndsmanxp.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company

Animation Action Hour Podcast
#11: "I Bought a Candle!" We Review Paranorman!

Animation Action Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 90:22


Hello and welcome to The Animation Action Hour, An Animation podcast, by animators, for everyone! It's episode 11, the start of the Hallowe'en season and our spoOoOoOky gang of freelance animators review Laika's Paranorman, and pitch our own animated versions of famous horror franchises! Like what you hear? Then PLEASE rate and review us on your pod-catcher of choice, and if you'd like to ask us anything, please feel free to get in touch! Contacts: Twitter: @AnimActionPod E-Mail: AnimActionHour@Gmail.com

Zināmais nezināmajā
Psiholingvistika: ko krāsa, dzimte un laika lietojums valodā stāsta par uztveri

Zināmais nezināmajā

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 51:21


Valoda ir atslēga uz pasauli, ar to mēs ne tikai sazināmies savā starpā, bet arī paši sev strukturējam pasauli. Valoda nav tikai vārdu un teikumu konstrukcijas kopums. Tas ir veids, kā apliecinām savu domāšanu un pasaules uztveri. Lai arī latviešu valoda mums ir viena, tās lietojums ir ļoti individuāls. Kādus  vārdus lietojam, kā cits citu saprotam, to pēta psiholingvistikas nozare. Ko krāsa, dzimte un laika lietojums valodā stāsta par mūsu uztveri, skaidro Latvijas Universitātes Latviešu valodas institūta zinātniskā asistente Justīne Bondare. Anatomijai un cilvēka ķermenim veltīta izstāde Anatomijas muzejā un Mākslas akadēmijā Šoruden divas izstādes uz Latviju atvedis britu keramiķis Padijs Hārtlijs. Tajās ar dažādu materiālu palīdzību pētīti tādi jautājumi, kā cilvēka ķermeņa unikalitāte, slimība un veselība, dzīvība un nāve, kā tehnoloģiju sasniegumi. Keramikas intervence ar 99 “‘fītiem”, stāsts par magoni no jēra sirds audiem, bēru urna, kas izdaiļota ar medikamentu ievadīšanai paredzētām caurulītēm - šie ir daži no darbiem, ko uz Latviju atvedis britu mākslinieks Padijs Hārtlijs (Paddy Hartley), izveidojot izstādes “Foetālais valdzinājums” Rīgas Stradiņa universitātes Anatomijas muzejā un “Dzīvības cena” Latvijas Mākslas akadēmijā. Katrā izstādē kopā savijušies jautājumi par ķermeni, slimību un veselību, dzīvību un nāvi, mākslinieka personīgo interesi par zinātni un vēsturi, kā arī daudzas atsauces uz kino, literatūru un mūziku.  Lai sagatavotu izstādes, Padijs Hārtlijs Latvijā paviesojies jau pavasarī, un, tā kā abu izstāžu norises vietas tik ļoti liek domāt par mākslas un zinātnes savstarpējo saikni, jautāju viņam, vai savā darbībā viņš arī apzināti šīs jomas sasaista. 

Cuentos infantiles I Había una vez
Laika, la perrita astronauta 83 I Cuentos Infantiles I Cuentos cortos

Cuentos infantiles I Había una vez

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 10:29


Descubre la increíble historia de Laika, la perrita que de vivir en la calle, logró volverse la primera astronauta en el mundo.

El sueño de Laika
Episodio 149. El Rey de España y la Velocidad de la Luz.

El sueño de Laika

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 13:50


Conoce la historia del concurso del Rey Felipe II para calcular la longitud terrestre, dando lugar a un descubrimiento inesperado. Escucha además la anécdota de la lluvia de diamantes, la cultura espacial de Walt Whitman, y el desafío de este episodio. Escríbeme a Laika.podcast@gmail.com / Sígueme en instagram @laika.podcast

High Level Casting
The Boxtrolls

High Level Casting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 75:58


The entire crew shows up to unpack this 2014 Laika film. Originally recorded 08/14/2021.

Rachel's Reviews
Laika's Fantasy Masterpiece... Talking Animation: KUBO AND THE 2 STRINGS (2016)

Rachel's Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 48:50


Today Stanford and Rachel are going back to 2016 to look at the beautiful KUBO AND THE 2 STRINGS Get a #animationjunkie tshirt at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=8581&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Hallmarkies Check out our Obscure Animation playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy For our episode on the UPA animated shorts https://youtu.be/XlYHox_T3gI Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies To see the rest of Obscure/Underappreciated Animation watch this playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4zf8PPl2jzEX05WdA9GKeLy Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 The best of anime go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yAOV2QxFiqtn7xLOVaiJ0v Follow Stanford on twitter- https://twitter.com/StanfordClark Follow Stanford's blog https://moviespastandpresent.com Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Comics Who Love Comic Books
Love and Rockets and More - Ep 109

Comics Who Love Comic Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 45:25


My guest this week is comedian and artist Natalie Kim! What did Natalie learn about Brett from listening to the podcast? Will Brett ever write a comic book? What comics did Natalie start with? Who did Natalie meet that left her star struck? What kind of comics does Natalie make? What writing residency did Natalie go to? How about Brett? What comics creators did Natalie meet that left her speechless? Why did Tom King's Batman series fall apart? What was wrong with Tom King's Rorschach book? What is the point of a good comic book? What live entertainment do Natalie and Brett not like? What Star Wars series made Natalie cry? Is Chris Ware's work too sad? Which clip of Brett's went viral? Reading list: Ellen Lindner's Women in Baseball (on Instagram); Cartoonists: Glynnis Fakes, Jennifer Hayden, Emily Flake, Will McPhail, Jason Little; Love and Rockets; The Olympians; Laika by Nick Abadzis; M. K. Brown; Supergirl: Being Super by Mariko Tamaki; Tom King's Batman until it falls apart (War of Jokes of Riddles); Injustice: Gods Among Us; NatalieKimNYC on Medium Watch tips: Clone Wars; Amazing Attorney Woo; Headshot (Indonesian action movie, very good) Recorded 9-10-22 via Zencastr

Space Cowboy Books Presents: Simultaneous Times
Episode 55: Space Cowboy Books Presents: Simultaneous Times Ep.55 - Douglas A. Blanc & Jacob Steven Mohr

Space Cowboy Books Presents: Simultaneous Times

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 25:05


Stories featured in this episode:Come Home, Laika - by Douglas A. Blanc -music by Patrick Urn - https://morlox.bandcamp.com/ -read by Jean-Paul Garnier  -Color on the Lure - by Jacob Steven Mohr - music by Phog Masheeen - https://phogmasheeen.com/ --read by the Author & Jean-Paul Garnier -theme music by Dain Luscombe -Simultaneous Times is a monthly science fiction podcast produced by Space Cowboy Books in Joshua Tree, CA.https://www.spacecowboybooks.com

Old School Lane
Journey to the Blue Sky Episode 5: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Old School Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 32:49


In this episode of Journey to the Blue Sky, Patricia and Arun discuss about the 2009 Blue Sky Studios animated film Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the third installment in the Ice Age franchise. Manny and Ellie are about to have a baby and that leaves Sid jealous that he isn't getting any more attention and Diego feeling like he's too old to being a part of the pack. Sid finds three eggs and decides to raise them as his own. That is the eggs hatched into three tyrannosaurus rex babies and the mother takes them and Sid underground into a lost world where the dinosaurs have been residing. It's up to Manny, Diego, Ellie, Crash, Eddie, and an adventurous weasel named Buck Wild to rescue Sid. Meanwhile, Scrat finds a flying squirrel who is both after the acorn he's been chasing and has a major crush on him. Who will he choose? When the film was released, it made over $886 million dollars out of a $90 million dollar budget. It was not only the highest grossing animated film of 2009, but the third highest grossing film of 2009 behind Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince and Avatar. In a year where studios such as Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks, and Sony were producing critically acclaimed animated films with The Princess and the Frog, Up!, Monsters vs. Aliens, and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs respectfully and newcomers such as Laika and Cartoon Saloon were entering into the competition with their big premieres Coraline and The Secret of Kells, how does Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs stack up? Listen and find out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/old-school-lane/support

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
Mailbag Special | The Selick-tionary & The Laika-nography

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 67:37


Michael, Jake and Steph round off the miniseries with a special episode looking back at Henry Selick's short films Moon Girl, Slow Bob in the Lower Dimensions and Seepage, looking ahead to the films made (and not made!) by Henry Selick and Laika since we last heard from them, and looking inside the mailbag at some listener correspondence. Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Animation Fascination
Episode 90: Netflix's Lost Ollie

Animation Fascination

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 66:49


"Tough don't mean you can't cry." In this episode, Marc and Stanford review the new limited series from director Peter Ramsey, Netflix's LOST OLLIE. Also discussed, the cast for Laika's WILDWOOD, the trailers for WENDELL AND WILD & BEE AND PUPPYCAT: LAZY IN SPACE, plus much, much more... Visit our website for the full lineup of our news and trailer discussion links. (recorded on: Monday September 5th, 2022) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AF Merch Find the show on social media at: Twitter - @AnimatedPodcast Instagram - @AnimationFascination Facebook Follow us individually on social media at: Twitter / Instagram - @MarcVibbert Twitter / Instagram - @StanfordClark Check out our other podcasts: Stanford - Movies: Past and Present Marc - The Holdo Maneuver (A Short-form Star Wars Podcast) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/animationfascination/message

Animation Industry Podcast
Episode 178: How Turkish Stop Motion Animator Özgürcan Özdamar Got 4.5 Billion Views On YouTube

Animation Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 58:20


This chat features self-taught Turkish stop motion animator Özgürcan Özdamar. A note about this chat is that Özgürcan Özdamar only speaks Turkish and Terry Ibele only speaks English, so Merve Çaydere, a set designer at Laika, has volunteered to translate back and forth in the interview. In the chat Özdamar shares how he got his start working on commercials, then branched off to publish his own work on YouTube - receiving more than four billion views for his funny stop motion videos for kids. Tune in to Özdamar, Çaydere, and Ibele to hear: *How Özdamar has animated over 6,000 minutes of stop motion animation *How much money Özdamar was making from YouTube on a monthly basis *The next big project Özdamar is working on. [SPONSORED MESSAGE]~ This episode is sponsored by HUE. Makers of colorful, Plug & Play cameras for learning, work and play. Originally designed for teachers, HUE cameras can also be used for creative activities such as capturing hand-drawn pencil tests and shooting behind-the-scenes footage, time-lapse videos and stop motion animation. The cameras have flexible, posable necks, manual focus controls and they are compatible with Dragonframe, OBS, Twitch, Zoom and many other camera apps. Visit huehd.com to learn more and follow @HUEcameras on social media for news, fun and giveaways. Get 10% off any Hue product from www.huehd.com with code: 10TERRYAIP ~~~ Social Links: *Follow Özdamar on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/Ch5Iq92LrYG/ *Follow Çaydere on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/merve.caydere/

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
Chris Butler in 2019 | Laika-nography BONUS

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 4:04


From the archive, here is Michael talking with Missing Link director and Laika veteran Chris Butler, originally recorded for Truth & Movies, a Little White Lies podcast, back in March 2019.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
Missing Link | Laika-nography #5

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 55:50


We're off on an adventure this week for the final Laika film in our mini-series: Chris Butler's Missing Link.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Notorious by Chance
Ep. 147: My Cousin Vinny, The Worst Fantasy Football Ranking of All Time, The Son, Laika's Willowood, & More

Notorious by Chance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 107:00


Prep your grits and get re-acquainted with you knowledge of cars as this week we're looking at 1992's My Cousin Vinny. This legal comedy gave us a different side of usual wiseguy Joe Pesci by making him the hero. Upon release 30 years ago the film received critical acclaim, and even garnered an Oscar win for costar Marissa Tomei. So what is it about this film that makes it stand out? That's the case we're here to state. We talk that plus the latest in sports, latest trailers like The Son, latest news like things at WB going from bad to worse, and the latest film from Laika studios, and more right here on Notorious by Chance 0:35 - The Wonderful World of Sports 28:43 - Trailer Talk 44:51 - NOTORIOUS News 1:07:28 - My Cousin Vinny Review

The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network
Fine Tooning with Drew Taylor - Episode 189: Remembering Disney's “Fluppy Dogs”

The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 40:09


Drew Taylor & Jim Hill start off this week's show by talking about the vocal cast for Laika's new stop motion / CG film, “Wildwood.” They then share which subscription streaming services are thinking about snatching up HBO Max's “Batman: Caped Crusader” animated series Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fine Tooning
Fine Tooning with Drew Taylor - Episode 189: Remembering Disney's “Fluppy Dogs”

Fine Tooning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 40:09


Drew Taylor & Jim Hill start off this week's show by talking about the vocal cast for Laika's new stop motion / CG film, “Wildwood.” They then share which subscription streaming services are thinking about snatching up HBO Max's “Batman: Caped Crusader” animated series Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Storia in Podcast
Laika. Cani nella storia

Storia in Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 16:17


Storia in podcast di Focus celebra il più grande amico dell'uomo, il cane, in un ciclo di brevi podcast in cui racconta la vita di alcuni dei cani più famosi della Storia. La nostra convivenza con i quattro zampe si perde nella notte dei tempi, l'origine del rapporto fra le due specie si colloca fra 30.000 e 36.000 anni fa.Il primo podcast è dedicato a Laika, uno dei nomi con cui è nota una cagnetta – metà Husky e metà Terrier – che passò alla storia come il primo essere vivente a visitare l'universo. Nata a Mosca nel 1954 sarebbe morta nello spazio il 3 novembre 1957. Jurij Gagarin fu il primo uomo ad andare nel cosmo, ma il primato assoluto è detenuto dalla cagnolina Laika.Interpretato da Mario Cagol.https://storiainpodcast.focus.it - Canale Personaggi------------Storia in Podcast di Focus si può ascoltare anche su Spotify http://bit.ly/VoceDellaStoria ed Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/it/podcast/la-voce-della-storia/id1511551427.Siamo in tutte le edicole... ma anche qui:- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FocusStoria/- Gruppo Facebook Focus Storia Wars: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FocuStoriaWars/ (per appassionati di storia militare)- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/focusitvideo- Twitter: https://twitter.com/focusstoria- Sito: https://www.focus.it/cultura

Media Sandwich
Ep. 28 - In the Pocket

Media Sandwich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 41:45


Rumors about EA being absorbed by even bigger business fish are less substantial than the rumors of Big Chungus becoming playable in WB's Multiversus. Meanwhile, Matt Shakman beams away from Star Trek 4 to helm another Marvel project, DC Comics trips over a bag of tamales while trying to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, and Kyle pauses his love affair with the latest movie from Laika long enough to remind everyone of a bygone rallying cry...#SixSeasonsAndaMovie.

El sueño de Laika
Episodio 145. Hacia Marte Pasando por la Luna - 17. Fanáticos de Titusville

El sueño de Laika

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 13:03


Escucha acerca de los fanáticos que hemos llegado a ver el lanzamiento de la Artemis 1 en Titusville, Florida. Escucha además la anécdota del puñetazo de Newton, la cultura espacial de la Vía Láctea de Zoé, y el desafío de este episodio. Escríbeme a Laika.podcast@gmail.com. /. Sígueme en instagram @laika.podcast

News Updates from The Oregonian
Portland area gets rare visit from GOP leader Kevin McCarthy

News Updates from The Oregonian

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 5:04


North Portland steel mill will close after more than a century. Tillamook Air Museum gets a new flagship outside, and new plane indoors. Laika announces cast for Wildwood, including big stars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
Kubo and the Two Strings | Laika-nography #4

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 47:17


If you must blink... Do it now! This week, Michael, Jake and Steph clash swords with Travis Knight's directorial debut, the stop-motion samurai epic Kubo and the Two Strings.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cine para todos
The Sandman y el oscuro origen de Laika

Cine para todos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 91:57


'The Sandman' llega a Netflix, una de las adaptaciones a la pantalla chica de una de las grandes obras de Neil Gaiman. Por ello, le hemos dedicado una sección al episodio de hoy para hablar sobre la historia de los estudios Laika, la casa productora que inició su vida con la adaptación animada de la novela 'Coraline' del escritor inglés.

Por las rutas de la curiosidad
T4 E22: Animales históricos y dónde encontrarlos

Por las rutas de la curiosidad

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 81:10


Sería imposible imaginar este mundo sin las otras especies animales con quienes compartimos el planeta (muchas veces de forma egoísta, debemos reconocerlo) y que podemos encontrar no solo en todas partes, sino también a través del tiempo. Hoy traemos algunas emotivas, curiosas y entretenidas historias cuyos protagonistas (Laika, Cher Ami, Abul-Abbas, Mocha Dick... entre otros) demostrarán que la nobleza, la lealtad y otras cualidades no son exclusivas de la especie humana. ¡Gracias a nuestros Patreons que hacen posible llegar semana a semana con los episodios de Por las Rutas! Para ser parte de nuestro Patreon, visita: https://www.patreon.com/porlasrutasdelacuriosidad; también puedes apoyarnos mediante Yape o Plin: https://bit.ly/2WVpqGc. Gracias por la portada a JB Design – Diseño, Diagramación y Publicidad REFERENCIAS: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/sad-story-laika-space-dog-and-her-one-way-trip-orbit-1-180968728/ https://www.worldwar1centennial.org/index.php/communicate/pressmedia/wwi-centennial-news/1210-cher-ami-the-pigeon-that-saved-the-lost-battalion.html The Lost Battalion, director: Russell Mulcahy; 2001 https://www.labrujulaverde.com/2019/02/abul-abbas-el-elefante-regalado-a-carlomagno-por-el-califa-de-bagdad-que-fue-el-primero-en-pisar-el-norte-de-europa https://xdoc.mx/preview/el-emperador-de-occidente-y-el-califa-de-bagdad-5f75569f0883e https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abul-Abbas https://theconversation.com/mythbusting-ancient-rome-caligulas-horse-75837 https://www.elmostrador.cl/dia/2020/12/28/caligula-asesino-y-depravado-o-victima-de-la-historia-y-otras-tres-grandes-preguntas-sobre-su-reinado/ https://policiaperu.tumblr.com/post/77405271046/lay-fun-heroe-o-asesino/amp https://www.worldhistory.org/trans/es/1-17097/la-peste-negra/ https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-31588671 MÚSICA UTILIZADA EN ESTE PROGRAMA (TODOS LOS DERECHOS PERTENECEN A LOS AUTORES, COMPOSITORES Y/O INTÉRPRETES) Danza de tijeras, Wayanay / Autor: Danza folklórica de los departamentos de Apurímac, Ayacucho y Huancavelica Enchanting adventures, Jay Man / Autor: Jay Man

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
The Boxtrolls | The Laikanography #3

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 58:55


Michael, Jake and Steph head into the depths of Cheesebridge for The Boxtrolls, Laika's very loose adaptation of Alan Snow's children's novel, Here Be Monsters.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Yoga Girl: Conversations From The Heart
Life, Death, and a Whole Lot of Gratitude

Yoga Girl: Conversations From The Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 53:39


It's heartbreaking but it's inevitable - at some point in our lives we will all move through grief, loss and death. If this is close to your heart right now, today's episode holds a beautiful epiphany for you. After a morning paddle boarding on the lake, Rachel was left feeling so alive. Death has felt very present in her life lately - but sometimes, it's that closeness with death that allows you to be deeply present in every moment. She shares the story of her dog, Laika, and the scary experience that brought her to the emergency vet this week. As Laika nears the end of her life, Rachel discusses how to navigate grief, how to gently broach the topic with your children, and how to not waste your one precious life.  There is aliveness all around you, from the plants in your garden to the buzzing bees and the people and pets you love the most. Tune in to remember what it is that you truly live for. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

BLOOM RECORDS PODCAST
PREMIERE: Groefer - Ambushed (Domingo + Loveclub Remix)[Laika Sounds]

BLOOM RECORDS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 7:00


Release By: @laikaSounds Release Date: 8/12/22 Artist: @groefer Remixers: Domingo + @chrisdomingo Loveclub @perry-domingo Mastered by Colin C. @ The Cell Studio. Thecellstudio.com Laika Sounds Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/laikasounds Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/laikasounds Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laika.sounds Domingo + Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chrisdomingo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/domingoplus Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdomingo_official Loveclub Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/perry-domingo

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
Paranorman | Laika-nography #2

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 56:41


We've officially left the Selick-tionary behind and are delving into Laika's independent forays into stop motion in the second half of our series, The Laika-nography. This week, Chris Butler and Sam Fell's creepy delight, Paranorman.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Thirty Twenty Ten
Stallone is Still Expendable, Eddie Murphy's Epic Fail, and Peter Jackson Invents the Zom-Com

Thirty Twenty Ten

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 138:05


Aug. 12-18: Breaking Bad hops a train, Larry Sanders hits the air, Bridget Fonda gets a roommate, Robert Evans stays in the picture, a painting of Jesus gets ‘improved', John Ritter's trapped in TV, a girls sports movie hits the beach, a kid gets leafy, classic horror for kids from Nickelodeon and Laika, and Ross Perot hears sucking. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.

The Berean Manifesto
Season 3 Episode 89: Relationships for the Modern Christian Part 2

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 36:17


Season 3 Episode 89: Relationships For The Modern Christian Part 2 , Pastor Newms [0:00] Hello and welcome to episode season 3 episode 89 of the brand Manifesto faith hope and love for the modern Christian I'm Pastor Newms and, wow you look tired thanks my my eyes might be droopier than normal but that's that's mean the best fairy me so. Couple things you guys might notice some stuff if you are watching instead of listening if you're listening you won't notice anything of what I'm talking about and.  [0:37] You should join us on Sunday nights and watch. You might notice this is a completely different room now you might not fully be able to tell but like. You see the things are hung up there the posters in a slightly different place there's less wall we are in a completely different part of the house with the help of the best, Phoenix zaidi both the girls. And my Biggs and myself doing very little work because I'm lazy. We moved my entire office from downstairs to upstairs the best you moved the thing that everything sits on up here with me. I understand that Biggs did the majority of everything let's be honest and Serafina was a huge help. And zaidi was a huge help, and Rayne was here as much as I could he moved the chair he moved this he helped move stuff out of my office while I was having a mild panic attack.  [2:01] I think he did a little more.  [2:06] You did nothing bullcrap to okay anyway so this week's been a little crazy um we.  [2:14] Are getting ready for some changes in our house we're fixing to have a new roommate. And so because of that we've been moving rooms around we moved the girls room a little while ago we moved. The guest room we flipped the guest room and Seraphoina's old room we moved everything around. And we actually drilled holes in my house to run Internet upstairs, which that was an interesting experience today I had every all of my all of this setup sitting on a small table downstairs in case we didn't get the internet moved and up on time I would be at this like little tiny table in a room that is completely empty and would have been so echoing which the echo might be up here for now because this room is not finished but yeah we got lots of stuff hung.  [3:22] Biggs hung, two of the puzzles that had not been hung yet which gives me motivation to complete the puzzle that is downstairs I'm hoping with the setup of this room this new office quote-unquote I might be able to pull off having a puzzle table up here don't know if I'm going to pull it off but that'd be really cool so we'll see but it's been a crazy week. Work is real busy got a lot going on at work but. Life is good life is good we've got some big changes next week I have no idea how I'm going to be next week because I am actually flying to DFW, helping my friend pack the truck and then driving out here on Friday and then Saturday and then so Sunday early, we'll be unloading the truck and bringing all his stuff. So that's going to be great he's gonna be around a lot more which is a lot of fun and so we're going to be good.  [4:32] But life is crazy over the next couple of weeks and that's okay that is all. I have the hiccups that is okay all right I think I am sufficiently. Warmed up because I am I know I'm talking a mile a minute because I am. As the best said I am actually really tired. So we might get a little Pastor newms uncut if we're not careful today all right so now it's everyone's favorite time of the night except me. Get to know the pastor's where I'm going to pull my check card let's see what our question for today is our question for today is. If you had to change your first name what would be your new first name hahaha all right y'all this is the easiest one in this entire deck this is the easiest question because obviously my first name is not actually newms but yet.  [5:35] That's what I call myself that's what my. Grant grandchildren I old I ain't that old that's what my godchildren call me that's what my wife calls me it's what my sister calls me it's what it's what everyone calls me except for in my professional life over here in the medical programming World other than that everyone calls me Tunes, and has four, over 20 years yeah even even my parents do on occasion my mother even does which is really funny when when Grandma Gloria does that's really funny anyway. My wife's parents call me I mean everyone calls me names and as you guys know you think I do it just in chat but I call Biggs Biggs all the time too that's just that's just normal and don't pay too much attention to my nails they're really bad for moving stuff all day and we did not have time to fix them but that's okay so just don't look too closely at my nails I'll move my hands really fast so that way that won't happen all right, so yeah I changed my name to newms it's a pretty pretty easy one my wife I can answer hers right off the bat, it would be z80 she loves 80.  [6:59] Oh thank you Phoenix for saying that because they feel really really bad my girls I'm not sure for my girls what they would change their name to I'm pretty sure Sarah would actually change her name to Sarafina though I'm pretty sure she would, finish that in elongation and Rain might actually. Go with rain Phoenix says she would not call herself Phoenix and that's okay that's okay.  [7:43] We have so many people with mr. groggy's first name in our lives. We have to call mr. gargi groggy all the time because of how much how many people we have that our has his first name. So that's fun sorry I just clapped in that echoed on there, and not a house not a housemate I don't understand what Phoenix.  [8:32] Yeah it's a this is a softball question and that's okay that's okay I would really really be interested in in Pastor bills answer.  [8:44] But that's that's that's hate it don't get it today okay so. We are sufficiently warmed up we are right at we're actually about a minute earlier than we normally are with our warm up because we're at 14 minutes but that's okay so I will recap last week so for one of the first times for me we have done a part two, so last. Week we talked about relationships for the modern Christian we talked about our spouses and we talked about our children we talked about our significant others, when's 80 walks around up here you can see here in the glare of The Boondock Saints poster which I didn't realize which is funny, but so we talked about spouses and how we should treat them and you know verses that are, used a lot and then taken out of context and taken too far and people only like to follow the first half and not the second half you have to go back and listen to get the full details mhm that's episode 88, eat for all those people out well 388 depending on how you listening we talked about our children and how we should, love our children and treat our children correctly and raise them correctly not just authoritative.  [10:07] This how we have to have the give-and-take and we have to you know children have to be handled. Correctly and so we talked about that and then we were going to talk about friendship. But we talked a lot and we ran out of time so. I split it into 2 because we can do that if we get into a topic so the reason I wanted to include friendship so much in when we're talking about relationships overall is because of the fact that.  [10:49] You don't crawl across floor just walk that is so distracting she's crawling across the floor.  [11:01] All right so. Friendship so friendships are so important because let's be honest when you deal with relationships all the relationships we have in life spouse. We a lot of us only have one or a few in our lives children most of us have one two three. Some have you know upwards of 10 12 but you know most of us have just a few friendship though we deal with on a daily basis and, most people have more friends throughout their lifetimes then they will spouse or children so friendship is so important in Friendship is is. Some have you know friendship is one of those things where when we talk about friendship it's more than just friendship it's it's how we interact with people at while we are being friendly it's how we.  [12:05] You know. The people we interact with how we should be doing friendship evangelism how we should be you know growing the community of people around us as Phoenix said there are some times in your life where you have none you have no friends at the moment. I know both Phoenix and zaidi have gone through long amounts of time like that, and Phoenix has built a nice little Community now for herself around her and, now that Sadie is working again she's making friends even though she won't admit to it, she's probably going right now but she has a promise see she said blah before I hat see I love my wife, so You know one of those things is in those friendships in those Community you meant Phoenix meant kids not friends that makes more sense because Phoenix has no kids except for nieces, and nephews of friends and you know. Her community I just kicked my computer that is not going to work where I've put it because I just kicked it hard so we're going to move that after stream.  [13:20] He did not work okay so friendships so we really have to look at all these all these facets of people that come into our lives and how we should treat them and you know we have the story which is not in my notes at all but you have the story of you know how you treat your neighbors and treat your people around you and we deal with you know the. The person on the road the Good Samaritan you know when we look at the story of the Good Samaritan and I might have to look it up real quick what the reference is of it because I didn't have it pulled up for this so, when we look at something like that how should we.  [14:10] How should we look at the Good Samaritan Luke 10 25 through 27 okay Luke. Luke 10.  [14:28] Twenty-five to thirty seven so we're going to read in the csb and I don't have to type it out because I don't I don't have it in my notes 1025 through. 37 there was an expert of the lost it up testing him him being Jesus saying teacher what must I do to inherit eternal life. What is written in the law he asked him. How do you read it so Jesus asked him a question back and he answered he being the expert of the law.  [15:03] Love the Lord your God with all your heart all your soul all your strength and with all your mind and your neighbor as yourself, Jesus answers you answered correctly he told him do this and you will live but wanting to justify himself he asked Jesus and who is my neighbor. Jesus Took up the question and said A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho and fell in the hands of robbers they stripped him beat him and fled leaving him half dead, a priest happened to be going down that road when he saw him he passed by on the other side in the same way a levite, when he arrived at the place saw him and passed by the other side but a Samaritan on his journey came up to him when he saw the man he had compassion he went over to him bandaged his wounds pouring an olive oil and wine and then put him on his own animal, brought him to the end and took care of him the next day he took out two denarii gave them to The Innkeeper and said take care of him when I come back I'll reimburse you for whatever extra you had to spend, which of these three do you think was a neighbor.  [16:17] To the man who fell in the hands of the robbers the one who showed Mercy to him he said Jesus said go and do the same now there's a couple things to look at here when we talk about neighbor and I'm going to equate neighbors and friends in some of this but then friends of course there's different layers or friendship but neighbors is that like Outer Circle of Friends like people that you should be friendly with but aren't friends like acquaintances almost, but in that those people we should even treat the this well so.  [16:48] If you look at the Jews and you look at the Samaritans they did not like each other we've talked about that in the past another podcast they did not like each other at all not even a little and so. The fact that he the Samaritan took care of the man. Is huge so much so they didn't like each other when the man gave Jesus his answer he did not even say it was the Samaritan he said it's the one who showed him Mercy because he didn't want to admit, that in Jesus's story in the parable that he gave that. It was a Samaritan who did the good thing because we can't talk about that like it's got to be you know and so because of that. That's that's one example of like that Outer Circle and that's the Outer Circle that's just the person you walk up to on the street type of friendship so then we have you know, other types of friends as you get closer into your inner circle and we're going to cover a couple of those in this friendship, talk that we're having tonight and you know by talk I mean of course I'm talking and I'm hoping others are talking back to me and we're gonna go from there now it's big said in here.  [18:16] They were inseparable that's the kind of friendship that's that inner circle friendship and we're going to talk about that in a couple of verses throughout down when we get down to the very bottom you know those people that are so close to you. So the first one we want to look at here is first Thessalonians 5:11 and so when we're looking at this.  [18:40] 1st Thessalonians five.  [18:47] 11 so this is talking to her about the day of the Lord and so it's talking he's talking to brothers and sisters you know in Christ he's talking to the whole thing and he says therefore. And we should always back up a little when he says therefore so we'll jump up to nine for God has not appointed us to wrath but to obtain salvation through Lord our Lord Jesus Christ who died for us that while we were. Awake or asleep we may live that whether we are awake or asleep we may live together with him therefore encourage one another and build each other up as you were already doing so, for the people in this decimal that's alone then Laika the people that Thessalonians was written to. Cuz we're not going to try to say that word again. Paul says hey you're doing it already you're encouraging each other keep it up it's so important and so that's one of those things you know we see an encouragement from Paul of hey you're doing it right I'm not even correcting you just keep it up you're doing good so we've got to continue to do that in our own lives so, one of the the next area I want to go to is Ecclesiastes. And in Ecclesiastes when we're looking at.  [20:13] 47 through. Insert here in 7 and it says again I saw from. Fertility Under the Sun there is a person without a companion without even a son or a brother, and there was no end to all his struggles his eyes are still not content with riches who am I struggling for he asks and depriving myself of good things this to is feudal and a miserable task.  [20:46] And we're going to keep going into nine two are better than one because they have a good reward for their efforts for if either Falls His companion can lift him up but pity the one who falls without another to lift him up also if to lie down together they can keep warm but how can one person alone keep themselves warm and if someone overpowers one person to can. Resist him a cord of three strands is not easily broken and that's kind of where it wraps up. This particular section then we move on to you know something about Kings but when we look at that you know this is the an Old Testament aspect of looking okay. You've got to have relationships people have to be in your lives otherwise you can't really.  [21:36] Go at it so that's starting to talk about that close friendship of this is one of those examples of hey you should have someone who's close to you who can pick you up when you fall who can and. That aspect of you should have someone who can pick you up when you fall in order to have that you must be willing to pick other people up when they fall. It's a two-way street with situations like that you can't just be like arm going to do this and you're going to do this for me and that that's not friendship, friendship is both sides you have to be able to come together as it talks about like a rope you know three strands is best to strains is better than one you know when you start to curl that.  [22:22] I just thought of a really funny example so I used to vape real have a real heavy and, like the competition coils and used to make my own wire you spend my own wire and make my own coils and if you ran one wire, and just ran it you know it would burn if it turns on and off on and off on and off no big deal if you ran.  [22:50] Or you ran three I ran a fat one and two small ones and they would all become one, big thing and they would heat it different temperatures and The Taste would be phenomenal because of that that, that combined strength of the three wires together that that group of people we have that Community we have you know things like that is so important. So we're going to jump down to Kind of a Funny example that I found when I was researching this topic which is not super funny but it's funny if you know the situation which is job 6:14, and joke job's kind of an interesting book Job loses everything. And. His kids died his everything gets destroyed his farm his lands his Vineyard everything well then his he's got these friends that show up and, they blame him for all of it even though he was just and.  [24:04] It's really funny because he did not have good friends. And so then right here he writes in 614 a despairing man should receive loyalty from his friends even if he abandons the fear of the Almighty. Even if this was my fault you should still be my friend and for one of these aspects the, it's funny because of the story but I pulled this also for the fact that when we're talking about friendship our Circle of Friends, does not have to be 100% Christian and shouldn't be if we believe in Friendship evangelism but it. Even if someone walks away if he abandons the fear of the almighty if they if they act a fool it doesn't matter we should still support our friends. That doesn't mean we have to. Help them with destructive things but we should always be there and be loyal and be bringing them up. Is in John and this is Jesus talking again John 1523.  [25:32] John 15 note 1512 and 13 and in this area.  [25:41] He's talking about how he is divine and you know different aspects of it. And right here he talks about this is my command love one another as I have loved you. No one has greater love than this to lay down his life for his friends and then you know when we look at that.  [26:07] Here we will actually continue on. Here in verse 14 he says you are my friends if you do what I command you I do not call you servants anymore because a servant doesn't know what his master is doing. I've called you my friends because I have made known to you everything I have heard from my father you did not choose me but I chose you I appointed you to go and produce fruit and your fruit shall remain so that whatever you ask of the father in my name he will give you this is what I command you love one another so I'm going to change that to through 17 yeah.  [26:47] And you know I find it interesting here when he's given this Parable and then he's like no one in all seriousness like love each other. You should be willing to give your life for your friends and he's also alluding to the fact that he's about to give his life for. His friends and his people. And so we really have to look at that and take that to heart that whole aspect of you know, loving each other helping to bring each other up and you know this is still.  [27:25] You know this is that middle area, between acquaintance and like best friend scenario but when the next thing we're going to look at here is in Proverbs so we're going back to the Old Testament, super jump to Proverbs to do Proverbs 17. And we're going to go 17 to 18.  [27:59] This is a friend loves at all times and a brother is born for a difficult time now my sister, who is Phoenix knows that a brother is born for a difficult time, that poor girl has been put through it by her evil older brother but that's beside the point one without sense enters an argument and puts up security for his friend. One who loves to offend love Strife but one who builds a high threshold invites injury when his Twisted mind is not succeed when his sister speech will run a man father's a fool to his own sorrow father of a fool, has no joy you know we're continuing on through this but that that section that's so important is a friend loves at all times. One without sense and there's an argument and puts up security for his friend so a friend loves at all time but but.  [28:57] We don't do crazy things that are detrimental to ourselves and our friends just because we're friends so like your friend owes a bookie a whole bunch of money.  [29:10] Don't go put up your money just because.  [29:17] Your boy is probably going to pay him off in the next few minutes. Cuz your boy might not so you have to don't bet against people just because if your friend is in the wrong. Don't just go and defend. You know if your friend you know you got two people they're arguing and they're like I bet you a hundred bucks that you know I've got seven kids.  [29:43] And the guys like yeah I know you have eight and starts arguing with him. When your friend is being wrong and you just walk up you're like yep he's right he's always right put your money down no don't don't go into situations and harm yourself just because. You have a friend now on the flip side of course someone will give his life for his friends so we have to look at that there's some gray area there. Look at that a situational benefit basis you know is this healthy for my friend am I causing them harm. Am I causing them, you know it will do this make their lives better or worse you know sometimes we do have to look at situations like that but that's a case-by-case benefit basis that you have to take up with the Holy Spirit of when you should charge in and but, charge into the defense of your friend when they are wrong and you're just going to get yourself into more trouble and zadie you know zaidi said what how do you forget a kid exactly don't argue with someone when they're talking about how many kids they have when you don't know like it's you're going to lose unless.  [31:08] You're the one guy off that old Arthur movie who didn't even named his kids he numbered them because he cared about them that little that guy might be wrong on how many kids he has but other than that it's probably not going to happen. So  [31:26] You know in talking about friends and in talking about you know stuff like this there is something that we have to look at that is important, which is Proverbs 27:17 and this is probably. Maybe the most quoted verse when it comes down to.  [32:03] What this means is you know if you've ever seen. You know a knife person who's working a knife person who's doing they rub you know against that iron bar to make it sharpen now to be clear just for anyone out here who knows this when you do that. It only gives you a little bit of a sharpness if you don't have that edge already made if you're not trying to be Sharp, it won't sharpen that's not going to sharpen it you have to use a wet stone but that's beside the point that's part of this though you should be surrounding yourself, you're close Inner Circle that that Circle that is like your best people they should be able to sharpen you you should both have a point you should both be trying to go the same direction, to a certain degree and you guys should there should be qualities that they can sharpen now does that mean every friend that is in that perfect circle is exactly like you and has the same goals in mind and is walking in the same no I have two best friends. One of them you all know is Pastor Bill one of them your meet again at some point and.  [33:19] He is completely different.  [33:23] You know him and Bill are Polar Opposites not fully but in a lot of ways but there are aspects that are exactly the same he helps keep me humble he helps keep me grounded he helps remind me that I have to love people, just like Pastor build us there's things that he sharpens Me on he challenges me professionally he challenges you know there are aspects, that he's pushing me towards and so you have to have in that inner group people who are going to challenge you people who are going to push you you just have Yes Men surrounding you or else you're not going to sharpen yourself you're going to end up, cut and dull meat all day and if you're cutting and cutting and cutting and you're the only one who is sharp or you're the only one who is trying you're going to end up duller, by the end of this is always this phrase you hear so often you know show me your friends and I'll show you your future and to a large degree. That's true if you don't have friends that are going to sharpen you then you will end up dollar. So you kind of have to you have to look at things like that it's so important and.  [34:44] You know that's really all I got for this is we have to look at each other and we have to understand that. We are we are called to have friends as Christians we should not be doing life alone if you're in a church that doesn't have small groups find one if you don't have. A community set out to find one you know, checked which for random things that you like to do like Phoenix with building Legos and stitching things, you know there's a whole Community out there if people that are like that the internet has allowed us to connect with them so fine people that challenge you and and help build you up and, that's what we got to do we've got to do life together with our friends moving forward trying to be better.  [35:41] So yeah find some friends love on each other. Be good to each other you know those things yeah those are important that's all I have.  [35:57] So we love you guys. Yes and as Phoenix said you have to love yourself too which sometimes stinks but we have to try every day have to try so we love you guys we hope you guys have a great week, you guys be safe out there and until next time.

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
Coraline | The Selick-tionary #4 / Laika-nography #1

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:45


This week, our miniseries collide with this crossover between the Selick-tionary and the Laika-nography, as Henry Selick teams up with the fledgling studio to create the stop-motion adaptation of Neil Gaiman's creepy kids' novella, Coraline.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Krustpunktā
Krustpunktā diskusija: Kā pensionāri tiek galā ar šī laika izaicinājumu - augsto inflāciju

Krustpunktā

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022


Lai pensionāriem kompensētu cenu kāpumu un rudenī gaidāmos lielos rēķinus, Saeima lēmusi šogad pensijas indeksēt ātrāk - no 1. augusta. Taču jau tagad ir skaidrs, ka lielai daļai senioru indeksācija dzīves dārdzība pilnībā neatslogos. Statistika rāda, ka gada pirmajā pusē vidējais vecuma pensijas apmērs ar piemaksu pie pensijas bija 433 eiro. Bet tā ir vidējā pensija, protams, ir arī tādi, kas saņem tūkstoti un tūkstošus, taču ir ļoti daudz senioru, kuru pensija ir vien 200 eiro un pat mazāka. Ar tik niecīgu iztikšanu ir jāsadzīvo gandrīz katram desmitajam Latvijas iedzīvotājam. Bet pat ar vidējo pensiju 430 eiro šajos laikos dzīve ir ļoti grūta. Kā mūsu vecākā paaudze šobrīd izjūt inflāciju, uz kādu atbalstu var cerēt, cik lielu atspaidu dos pensiju indeksāciju kn kāda mūsu senioriem būs nākamā apkures sezona, Krustpunktā diskutē Latvijas Pensionāru federācijas priekšsēdētāja Aija Barča, organizācijas "Palīdzēsim viens otram" valdes loceklis Raimonds Ronis un Labklājības ministrijas valsts sekretāra vietniece Elīna Celmiņa.

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli
The Nightmare Before Christmas | The Selick-tionary #1

Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 52:18


It's a new Ghibliotheque miniseries! And this one's a two-parter; first up, we're entering the nightmare worlds of stop-motion animator Henry Selick in the Selick-tionary up to his time at Laika Studios. Then we're continuing on to follow Laika's advancement in stop-motion features in the Laika-nography. As always, expect historical context, reviews and film rankings, plus some extra discussions of other films of note over on our Patreon.For the first episode of our Selick-tionary miniseries, we're heading to Halloweentown for the Selick, Burton and Elfman collaboration that defined a generation of emo teenagers, The Nightmare Before Christmas.Join us on Patreon for ad-free and bonus episodes, Discord access and show footnotes and more: Patreon.com/ghibliothequeEmail us: ghibliotheque@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @ghibliotheque and Instagram @ghibliotheque.pod.@MichaelJLeader – Michael@jakehcunningham – Jake@_stephwatts - StephProduced by Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Harold McShiel and Steph Watts. Music by Anthony Ing. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Episode 379 - Jeff Stringer - Director of Production Technology, Laika

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 57:51


There's a surprising amount of tech in Laika's movies. The Portland, Oregon-based studio still makes use of its intricate hand-crafted stop-motion techniques, but it's increasingly augmenting them with CG elements, 3D printing, and even virtual production. Jeff Stringer, Laika's director of production technology, reveals the advantages of combining the physical and the digital. Jeff also talks about his career in the entertainment industry, from his early days in theater projections to software sales, Atari arcade games, Starship Troopers, and Digital Domain, all the way up to how he got started at Laika. He gives some amazing insight into how a successful studio is built and run, and reveals how Laika is pushing its pipeline forward again with Wildwood, its next production.