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The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
Hey listeners! Are you a bike enthusiast always looking for better products to improve your riding experience? Then you don't want to miss this latest episode featuring Pius Kobler, founder of milKit. Pius Kobler's passion for cycling started during his childhood in Switzerland where he grew up riding bikes and joining his family on biking holidays. He studied mechanical engineering at university in Zurich, and his love for biking took him on various long-distance rides and expeditions, including one from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. Pius worked for a design bureau that provided product development and design services for companies in the bike industry, such as Scott and BMC. Then, during a bike trip across the US, he got a flat tire in Colorado due to the dried-out tubular tires caused by the heat. This incident inspired him to create milKit, a company that offers a tire sealant solution that allows cyclists to check the amount and quality of the sealant inside their tires. The importance of maintaining the sealant in tubeless bikes is emphasized; still, many bike owners neglect to check their sealant levels regularly. Pius came up with a valve system with a rubber foot that allows the air pressure to remain in the tire when checking the sealant levels. The technology allows for easy maintenance of tubeless bikes and prevents sealant from spilling out. But it doesn't end there! Pius also created the GTA Booster, a portable aluminum drinking bottle that helps push the tire bead out to the side and secure it in place. The booster delivers more air in one second than a compressor and is efficient in changing and installing new tires. But that's not all; milKit's product line now includes additional consumables like rim tape and sealant that have unique features making them an essential tool for all bike enthusiasts. The company has also released a multi-tool with storage compartments for the plugs and other functions like a chain breaker. The latest trend in bike segments is having quick and easily accessible solutions, and Milk Kit has developed a solution in a compact way. The kit is super light and can be strapped to the bike or screwed to the frame. Craig Dalton had a pleasure talking to Pius Kobler, who designed milKit systems with thought behind them. Don't miss this exciting episode - tune in now to hear all about Pius Kobler and his innovative products! Visit milKit online Episode Sponsor: Hammerhead Karoo 2 (use code: thegravelride) Support the Podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the show. We welcome Swiss-based founder and rider PS cobbler to the show to talk about his company. Milk it. And the system they've developed. Around tubeless tires and a brand new product that they've created. To support that system in the form of a multi-tool. I happened to meet PS on the trail, on a group ride. I went on. Last week as he was in town for seawater classic. And we got to chatting about his entrepreneurial journey and his rider first perspective of design. And I thought it'd be great to have him on the show. And I was fortunate to grab him on a Friday night over in Switzerland. To talk more about the company and the company's journey and some of the products I know you'll get value out of being aware of. I encourage you to check out some of the links on the show notes as some of the nuances of the product design, maybe best seen in a video. If you're watching the video of the podcast, you'll see PS reference and hold some of his products in his hands. As part of the conversation, but detailed videos are available on the website, which is over at milk it's dot bike. Before we jump in, I do need to thank this. Week's sponsor hammerhead, hammerhead, and the crew to computer have been longtime sponsors of the show. As you know, The crew too, is the most advanced GPS cycling computer available today with industry leading mapping navigation, routing capabilities that set it apart from other GPS options out on the market. Over the course of my conversation with PS, we talk a lot about rider oriented design hammerhead, and the team over a crew to definitely take that perspective. And they're constantly. Updating their products with bi-weekly software updates. There's nothing cooler to me on the hammerhead crew to then. Getting that notification. That a software updates available because I know they're adding things. 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At hammerhead.io, use the promo code. The gravel ride and that heart rate monitor will be yours for free. With that said let's jump right into my conversation with ps cobbler PS welcome to the show. [00:03:39] Pius Kobler: Thank you. [00:03:40] Craig Dalton: You have the honor of being our first Swiss guest, [00:03:43] Pius Kobler: Oh, I'm very honored. Yeah. [00:03:46] Craig Dalton: and how cool was it that we got to ride together [00:03:48] Pius Kobler: how cool [00:03:49] Craig Dalton: prior to recording? [00:03:50] Pius Kobler: other like three days later across an ocean? Yeah. [00:03:54] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I love it. You know, I'd, I, as I mentioned to you on that ride, I'd been familiar with the, the Milk IT brand and some of the products specific to the, the Tire Sealant solution, um, for a number of years. But I'm, I'm curious to kind of just step back and learn a little bit about. More about you and then the formation of the company. Cuz as the listener of this podcast knows, like, I'm super keen on the entrepreneurial ideas and, and journey as an entrepreneur myself. So let's start off by kind of where you grew up and how you discovered the bike. And then we'll get into how you decided to form this company. [00:04:28] Pius Kobler: Yeah. Yeah. I grew up in Switzerland and I was always a cyclist, like I cycled to school. What's that? Um, 12 miles every day. Two ways. So, so when I was 14 or so, so yeah. And then with my family, we always went on bike trips in holidays. I, I, I literally grew up on bikes more or less. But then man, biking came quite late. I, I, I started Mecca Mechanical Engineering at, um, et h Zurich here. And after studying, I. Um, took my recumbent and rode it from Alaska to Te del Fugo for one and a half years. So I've been cycling a bit. [00:05:09] Craig Dalton: You spent some time on a bike. I see. [00:05:11] Pius Kobler: Yeah, I was, I was in in the Bay Area earlier already passing through. Yeah. And, [00:05:19] Craig Dalton: That's interesting. You know it's funny when you even mentioned the word recumbent as a style of bicycle. That's in my mind, that's such an engineering type vehicle. Why did you choose to tour on that? [00:05:30] Pius Kobler: the perfect nerd in personification, uh, that you can have sometimes as in the US it was most fun. We were getting off recumbent and people go, oh, but you are not handicapped. Why would you, why are you riding one of these? [00:05:47] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And, and not, not, and not to derail the conversation too much, but is, is it from an engineering perspective, is riding a recumbent sort of mechanically or aero aerodynamically better for long distances than other style bikes [00:06:02] Pius Kobler: There is no, no doubt. No. [00:06:05] Craig Dalton: Really? [00:06:05] Pius Kobler: so much for long distances. There is no discussion actually, but nobody knows and, and everybody thinks that they can't be good because then more people will be doing it. You, you don't have any. Pain in your wrists, neck, uh, butt. Wherever you, you have a relaxed sitting position. You have a third less wind drag. You have several of these advantages. You have a lower, um, center of gravity. You have a much better curve stability. You have a longer wheel base, more stability. But then the main, the main factor for me is, You are, you have a completely different way of sitting on the bike. It's not, you're not sitting like this and staring on the road in front of you. You're sitting like this open, you like, like on a couch riding through the countryside. You know, it's for traveling by far the best. But I would never use it in a city or so, like daily life. I don't have one. You know, I, I sold it after I traveled. [00:07:03] Craig Dalton: That's so interesting yet. So off topic for this podcast. [00:07:07] Pius Kobler: Yeah, this was the perfectly wrong start for this, for this episode. [00:07:11] Craig Dalton: Right. And then, you know, I feel like now there's this, uh, potential that a listener isn't imagining you being some nerdy bike nerd on a recumbent yet. My interaction with you was on a mountain bike where you tackled every complicated shoot that we came in front of on Mount [00:07:30] Pius Kobler: rich in Yeah, exactly. Yeah, exactly. [00:07:34] Craig Dalton: Great. Okay, so we, we've, we've established engineering degree. We've established you spent a lot of time on a bike. This is a big leap, leap before, you know, between getting an engineering degree and obviously looking at bicycles from a mechanical engineering perspective, and then starting a company. What was the journey like to that point? [00:07:55] Pius Kobler: Yeah, basically when I came back, I, I haven't, I haven't done kind of performance cycling. It was always holiday or, or work or whatever, traveling. But when I came back, I was in, in okay shape, let's say, and a body of mine was in man biking. So I joined him for some longer rides. And that's how I got into man biking only after I did that trip. And, um, Basically I, I started working, that's the coincidence that led to things. I started working in a, in a company that, it's a design bureau, you could say it's a, they, they do product development and design as a service for large companies. We, you could say we were professional inventors, uh, uh, and we were, we were developing products. For many companies in the bike industry as well. Like we were working for Scott for B m c, for, for these brands here in Switzerland among others. And we were, um, a group of bikers in that company. So one thing led to another and, and what made the. The, the deciding point for for to go into tubeless was basically a, a bit later, after that long trip, I, I had the chance to take an unpaid leave for eight weeks and. Go to the us, buy a van and drive it from one I M b A epic ride to the other for eight weeks, which was amazing. I might have ridden more trails in the US than most Americans, you could say. Here. [00:09:31] Craig Dalton: I bet you have. [00:09:32] Pius Kobler: Yeah. No, that that was really, really good. But the not so smart part about it is W we were going to Colorado and Utah in July, which is not the right moment. It's like 120 degrees or so over there. So we was a bit warmer that than we were used to. And. We ended up with a flat because our tubeless tires were completely dried out because it was so warm. And so I, I'm in the middle of nowhere, somewhere on the continental divide in Colorado with that dried out tire, putting a tube in what everybody hates when you write tubeless, you know, to take the whole thing apart and put the tube in. And that's when I, when I, when I. Started thinking, you know, I had few weeks more to go and which means a lot of time to think and, and I said, wait, if I'm me as a bike freak and, and, and tech developer, like, if I have this problem of, of not being able to maintain my steel and I should other people do it, you know, [00:10:37] Craig Dalton: And when you thought about that problem, p was it, it was, if I'm articulating this correctly, the problem was you just weren't aware of the level of sealant that was remaining in the tire. [00:10:49] Pius Kobler: I had no idea. I had no idea that it was just drying up faster because it was a bit warmer, you know? [00:10:56] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I and I, and I encourage, like everyone listening right now, think about your bike, think about the sealant, and think if you have any idea whether there's enough sealant in there or not. I can guarantee looking around my garage right now, I would say 80% of the bikes I have. They have to be bone dry. It's like without a question, but I don't know. And I'm a bit lazy to find out, right? Like, it's like if it ain't broke, don't fix it. But to your point, you get out there and you have the situation where sealant is a godsend, right? It steals that hole and it's not there. That's that. That's a problem. [00:11:35] Pius Kobler: Mm-hmm. Yeah, that's basically we say if you split up bikers into people that ride tubeless and don't, then the ones who are ride tubeless, you can basically split them up into the ones who know that you have to maintain it and the ones who don't know and find it out a bit later. And then the ones who know how to maintain. They have to maintain it. Um, a good part of those things. Yeah. I'm always feeling a bit sealed in and it's fine, but the not, not so big part know that they should look at what, in what's inside. Like they should check the old sealant or get it out before they push in the new ones or you have a, a really good working sealant in there and, and yeah, [00:12:19] Craig Dalton: Yeah. So you, you sort of recognize, you recognize this problem, which when you articulated is pretty obvious, I think, to us. All right, we, no one wants to look inside their tires. What's the solution? How do you go about solving that problem? [00:12:33] Pius Kobler: Yeah, that, that was, uh, as, as often in product development. It, it was a step by step process where, where first we had the idea we need to drill a second hole into the rim to somehow look in there and then, Refill through the valve, and then eventually we, no, we are not gonna have a second hole. We have to make it through the hole that's already there. So eventually we were going through the valve, but then we still had a, because the, the first thing you think about is a dipstick. You know, you need to, to go in and check the sealant, and then you fill and then, By coincidence, like by using it, by having prototypes realized weight. And, and maybe at this point I should explain the, the whole valve. Basically what we do is we have a normal tubeless valve, uh, that you install into the rim like any tubeless valve. But at the, at the bottom, the. At the bottom of the rubber foot, the, the, the rubber is closed and it's slid into, into rubber flaps. So when you unscrew the valve core, the, the air stays in the tire because these rubber flaps at the bottom are closed. And now we have, uh, we have a syringe, kind of a syringe and needle with a, with a flexible extension. And, and the sealant regulator that you connect together. [00:13:53] Craig Dalton: Let's take a pause for one second PS and just so the listener understands. So if you can imagine that your normal valve core for tubeless, you've got a, a, a, a section that is inside the rim and obviously the section you see outside the rim and what you've described and shown to people who are on the video, you've got sort of on that inside piece, a rubber gasket that its natural state is to be closed. So if you're not pushing air or something else through it, Nothing's coming back through it. No air's coming back through it, et cetera. And then you've, [00:14:26] Pius Kobler: the ketchup bottles, you know, you have to ketchup bottles that have these, these, these flaps on the top. That's a, that's the function. More or less we have, [00:14:34] Craig Dalton: I love it. I love it. Take taking a, a commonplace design concept and putting it in something technical on the bike. So then you just, you just had picked up the syringe and you knows some people are used to using just sort of their bottle of sealant and pouring it directly into the tire. Some years ago, I started adopting the syringe for more precise measurement and the ability to insert through the valve core. It's possible in a standard valve cord to do that, but it's kind of difficult in, in a number of ways, which I think you'll get into in describing the value of having that seal on the inside of the valve and how that interacts with the sort of plunger, if you will. I don't know if that's gonna be the right term that's attached to the syringe. [00:15:22] Pius Kobler: yeah. Like the wording is we, we, the, the part inside the, the inside the tire. Inside the rim, we call it the rubber foot. And then you have the, the, the aluminum part, uh, that you screw onto the rim, that's the valve stem. And then you have the valve cord that goes into the valve stem. And we removed the valve core. And the air is still the, the, the, the. The tire remains pressurized because the rubber flaps are closed. And now the trick is that with this needle here that we have connected to the syringe, you can push through the rubber flaps into the tire with the air pressure still being in the tire. That's the, the core of our technology because now you with the needle, you go to the bottom of the tire, the sealant has accumulated at the bottom of the tire, and, and now basically all you have to do is you open the sealant to regulator. And the, the, the air pressure in the tire is pushing the sealant into your syringe. You don't even have to suck it out. It's, it's pushing out, it's, it's automatically flowing into your syringe [00:16:24] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that was a point you had made to me on the trail the other day, which was the aha moment for me. Cuz when you first described the mechanism, I was like, oh, that's great. You know, you. You push the syringe kind of legs into that, the bottom of your tire, and you can touch the sealant. But that nuance there that since you've left the air in the tire, you have air pressure, which you can then draw out the, the sealant into the tube with the air pressure pushing it effectively into the syringe, and you can see the exact measurement of what remains in the tire at that point. [00:17:01] Pius Kobler: And the main reason, back in the days when we invented this, the main reason why it was important to to, to have the pressure remain in the tire is when you release the air from the, uh, from the tire back then the tire would fall back into your rim, you know, and then you would have trouble inflating it again. Nowadays, this is becoming better because you have these rims where the, the tire stays outside when you deflated, but it's still. A cool feature to not breaking the bead, to not, um, losing any sealant and not having some, some sealant getting out on, on the side and it, and it's just, Literally more fun doing a tubeless maintenance. If you go in, it comes out automatically and you just push it back. So once you've extracted that sealant, you see how much was left, you might realize, oh, that wasn't, that wasn't much left and. This, this looks bad. I'm gonna, I'm gonna throw this off. So you disconnect the syringe, you throw it out, or you just top it up with new one. And then what you do is you push against the tire pressure. You push the ceiling back into the tire with with your syringe, and that was the original idea. To, to be able to measure and refill the sealant in a minute or two without, without a drop spilled, you know, and that's, that's literally our claim. You can install a tubeless tire and maintain it without ever seeing a drop of sealant. [00:18:27] Craig Dalton: And that, that to me is a godsend. When I sort of think about my process for updating tires and sealants and whatnot, like I think I, in my mind it's so laborious that I don't even wanna do it. And that's exactly the bad. It's exactly a bad approach, cuz that's why 80% of my tires are bone dry right now. [00:18:47] Pius Kobler: Yeah. Yeah. That's, that's the, the challenge. That's our chance. We, we, we, what we do, and it's our challenge. At the same time, you know, we, we, we really solve something that hassle that people have, but still, we have so many customers that we. Don't get to sell our product because they, they haven't started looking into it yet, even, you know. [00:19:11] Craig Dalton: Yeah. There's definitely like a journey that I went on, which was like, first I had a good friend who would help me every time I needed to. Change or put sealant in the tire and he would handle it. Then I got some of the tools myself, particularly an inflater, like a booster to help seal the tire. But still to this day, like the, the, the maintenance of it is beyond me. And I, I am super keen to get these installed on my bike just so I can be more diligent about checking the sealant, particularly when I go off to events and it's been. You know, three, four months between checking and I'm concerned, do I have any sealant in there in a day, or, you know, a big mountain adventure that really counts. I wanna know and be confident that I have the sealant I need. [00:19:56] Pius Kobler: It's actually interesting you saying that because that's my answer. When people ask us how often do I have to re have, do I have to check my sealant? And my answer is that I can't give you a number. No way. Uh, I can give you a time span because the guy riding in Mexico summer or in let's say Utah in summer, riding every day having his bike in a, in a shed, in, in, in the heat, that guy and the other guy in Montana riding a maybe. Double ply downhill tire or, or something every second week. That's com two completely different cases. The one has to, to measure four times more often than the other. And, and, and what we say is exactly what you just said. Measure your sealant before an important race, before, uh, uh, a weakened with your bodies because before you go to the holidays, Just do the check quickly and you have to peace of mind. My tubal system's gonna be perfect for that occasion and be because you do that, you'll, you'll eventually realize, oh, my, my system with that setup every three, four months is fine. And, and another will see, oh shit, I have to do this every second month. [00:21:09] Craig Dalton: Yeah, yeah. Interesting. So as you guys have designed the product and brought it to manufacturing, where, where did you end up manufacturing this product? [00:21:17] Pius Kobler: that's, that's, uh, that's, uh, one of these startup stories. You know, we, we, we literally started in the south of Switzerland to the Italian border where you get. Italian manufacturing pricing and, and, and across the border some, some legal, um, opportunities. Like it was just easier due to be in Switzerland. And, um, that worked well from the, let's say, from the quality perspective, but then, uh, logistics and organization were. Um, how to not be unpolite, um, to towards Italians. Uh, it wasn't optimal. And then we did, we did some risk diversification where we went to the, the future of, uh, cycling industry in, in Europe, which is Portugal, which. Might be true, but only if you really know what you're doing when you're sourcing a manufacturing partner, which we didn't entirely know back then. So we ran into into quality problems, which actually led to one of the. Darkest hours of our startup. We, I, I'm gonna come to the booster, to our, our inflater. We, we had a recall on that product just after releasing it because of some quality problems in production. Uh, you can imagine how, how, how that feels when you release your second product as a startup and, and, and you're gonna recall it from, from everywhere. So, so that led us to. Basically learn the lesson and, and say when you are, when you are an early stage startup, it's so much more important that you, that it works, that you have a production that works. The price, the 20% more cost for your product doesn't matter in the beginning. And we went to Germany and, and we, and we are still in Germany because having a reliable system, having, having. Production that you, you can just rely on is up, up till, till. Today's super important and, and we, we, we are now stretching out towards other regions because the, the, the numbers are getting higher, but for a long time you can, you better go for reliable than for, for cheap. That's [00:23:40] Craig Dalton: Yeah, for sure, for sure. And um, I can definitely commiserate with that hardware development and production journey that you just described. Just so everyone understands, when was the company first founded? What year? [00:23:54] Pius Kobler: Um, basically that trip to the US was in 13, summer 13. Then, The original idea was to, that job that I had at that at product developing company was really cool. So, so I was, I was perfectly happy there. And, and the idea was to develop the whole system and sell it on an on, in an online store besides working there, which sounds a bit naive now looking back, but, but that was the original plan. And step by step we realized, no, no, no, you, you have to do this. Properly or, or there is no chance. And so in summer 14, I quit my job there and started bootstrapping. We, we, we, in Switzerland, you have, um, let's say not so optimal investment, um, environment like, like in, in, especially in the Bay Area and in the US in general. But what's very good is the, the start of support ecosystem. Like you, you have many coaching programs and, and. Prizes and, and we were lucky enough to win some, some startup prizes, uh, because the story was good. And, and, and, and I had a, a co-founder who already had started a startup before and I was this e t h engineer bike guy. So that, that was a good mix. And, um, that, that's basically how we started bootstrapping. And then in 2015 we started the company and did, uh, raised a, a financing round to, to get production started and everything that there was, there was capital needed for that. [00:25:26] Craig Dalton: It's such a hard business. Any, any business that involves inventory, there's just so much additional risk beyond your own personal sacrifice and time to get the business up and running. [00:25:38] Pius Kobler: And that's where you're, you're, you're from the very beginning in Mm, how to say you're, you're not perfectly independent from the very beginning because you already have your shareholders that you, that you have to justify always what you're doing, you know? So the pressure is on from the first minute kind of, [00:25:58] Craig Dalton: yeah, for sure. So we went through sort of the valve system and then you had just mentioned the, the booster. And I think the booster actually is where I first came, encountered, encountered the brand. So can you describe the, what the functionality of a booster is? What does it, what does it do for a rider? Cuz I, I imagine many people don't have that type of product. [00:26:17] Pius Kobler: Yeah, maybe let me just quickly finish, uh, the, the valve system there, the, the original idea was to do that measuring and the refilling, which, which is still the, one of the major usps. But then that's a also a nice story. I, one day I was, I was installing a tire. I, you removed the valve core because you need a good airflow. I inflated the tire and literally I was. The air wasn't coming out because I, I was holding my, usually you hold your finger on the valve stem and then you really quickly, you screw your, your valve core back, you know? And I was, I wanted to do that and then realized, The air isn't coming out. That's how we, we, we basically invented or realized our second big U s P is the air stays inside. You have like a one-way valve with these rubber flaps, so well, it changes the whole installation of a tubeless tire where whereas normally you, nowadays you fill in the ceiling into the tire, then you push the tire on the, onto your rim, then you inflate it and while popping it, some, some seal this. Spilling over. You know, that's the messy part. When you're inflating a tire with our valves, you, you take the valve core out, you have the full airflow and the tire. They do that without sealant in the tire. So you have a dry installing of the tire and once it sits well, Then you take the syringe and add the sealant into the already installed tire. So that's, that's the, the, the no drops build part is, is, is with installation also, because you do that new sequence of installing. And then the third big advantage is the rubber flaps are closed at the bottom. That means no sealant gets to the valve core, which means you don't have the, the clock valve cores anymore. The, the, you can release the air reliably, you know, [00:28:05] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That's my other embarrassing situation on one of my wheels right now. I can literally remove the valve core. And no air will come out. I've got a, I've got a, I've got a jam, a very tiny Alan wrench, Alan Key in there to, uh, pop it open, and even then it just trickles out. [00:28:22] Pius Kobler: Yeah. So that, that's basically the three to three major USPS of the valve system. That That, yeah. Summarizes [00:28:30] Craig Dalton: There's a, there's a ton of nuance in this and I definitely encourage people to go to your website cuz you've got detailed videos on how it plays out, but is very thoughtfully designed. And those small benefits add up to what we were talking before. It just means you're going to address your sealant more frequently. You're not gonna have any trepidation. You're gonna know exactly what's going on in those key moments and days when you need to know. [00:28:59] Pius Kobler: Yeah. And then basically having that problem solved, we, we went to, each year we go to fin, famous, famous riding place, uh, by the sea there in Italy and we. Uh, one of us had a, a problem with the tire. We needed to change a tire. So in the evening we are in the shed there trying to change a tire. We have a floor pump, but nothing else. And the tire wouldn't sit, you know, and so we say we we're product developers. We are these. By tech freak. So we say, let's do a, a GTA booster. You know, the one with the big Coke bottle. You take a coke bottle, you drill a hole into the cap, you install a bike valve, and then you drill a second hole and you have a piece of tube and, and you kink it. That's how you hold the air. Then you inflate it and then you hold it on the valve. And that's the GTA booster, you know, and [00:29:49] Craig Dalton: I love talking to engineers. [00:29:52] Pius Kobler: and, and. We, we, we nearly managed to inflate, like we managed to inflate the tire, but it wouldn't hold. So we, we just didn't get there. And so we had to drive through the gas station to use the compressor, and that's how we got the, the tire installed. And that's when we said, said, this is, this is another problem that we have to address. And, and basically we, we could, we professionalized the, the, the ghetto booster. And what it turned out to be is, um, it's, it's now, um, Not a p e t plastic bottle, but it's, uh, it's an. Aluminum drinking bottle that you basically, you have that head that you screw on your bottle. It's a, it's a plastic, a plastic part that you screw on the bottle. You get the bottle with a drinking cap, so you can actually use it as a drinking bottle, which, uh, being in a gravel podcast is very interesting for backpacking. You know, some people going to really remote areas might be interested in. Generally, this isn't the, the story of it being so portable because it's a water bottle. It's a nice story and media love to write about it. But this is a, this is a product that you have in your workshop normally or in your pickup by, by the trail. By the trail head or something like, or going to holiday like we in, in Italy. It's perfectly light, uh, uh, and inexpensive. So it's a good product to have with you. But, and, and the backpacking, like the remote part is for some, an interesting part as well. So basically, It's this plastic part that you screw on the bottle. You have, um, a bicycle valve, uh, core that allows you to inflate the whole thing up to 160 psi, which is a lot, but uh, 120 PSI is just fine. And then, It has a little opening and the slider inside. So you basically push the head onto your valve stem and the slider inside opens and on all the air, um, pushes, rushes into your tire. And, and [00:31:55] Craig Dalton: Yeah. [00:31:56] Pius Kobler: the, because there is no hose, that's a bit of tech, tech, uh, details here in a hose, you lose a lot of pressure. So because there is no hose, you have all the pressure right by the valves and it that means, It is instant, like it's an explosion. We, we call it the booster effect. When when I do the live presentation and I push that booster on the wheel, I look into the faces of people because it's so funny to see, holy shit, that was really fast. So that's the booster effect. [00:32:28] Craig Dalton: And I think that's, that's the key. And, and again, just to kind of come back in case it's, it's a l it's unclear. You've got kind of this, uh, aluminum water bottle with a, a, a cap that you can screw into it. You then attach your home pump pump up, which pressurizes all the air in that canister. And then much like a, uh, you know, a cartridge. When you're inflating your, your, your tire, you're just putting it onto the valve core, where, where you've removed the tip of the valve core, you're putting it onto the valve, and it's spitting very quickly a burst of air, which for the uninitiated, that's what's required to push the bead out to the side of the tire and get it into that locked and secured position that you need. And that's what you generally cannot achieve just with a floor pump. You need that pressure and that burst. [00:33:15] Pius Kobler: don't have a tube inside and the air is just ex escaping between the tire and the rim. So if you are slowly pumping, the tire is just move is not moving. So you need, you need that fast push of air to push the tire out. Yeah. [00:33:29] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. And I, if you do not have one of these in your garage, go out and get one today. It is like indispensable, in my opinion for. [00:33:39] Pius Kobler: potential is very high to trying to in. Sometimes you're lucky and you can do it with a, with a floor pump, and if you're not lucky, it's very frustrating. [00:33:47] Craig Dalton: and then I used to go to the gas station and I could never get adequate pressure out of those gas station versions. So when I got this product first, I was like, I, I'm now fully capable to change tires, install new tires. [00:34:03] Pius Kobler: cool thing is it's a small bottle, you know, it's, it's, um, 20 ounces and 34 ounces. Uh, the, the sizes we have, this is not a lot of of volume, but because it's so fast flowing, because it makes it very efficient, it doesn't matter how long the air flows, it matters how much air flows in one second, you know, that's when the tire is pushed outside. And that's why we did with this booster, you can. If you can't inflate the uh, tire with this booster, then then you have a problem. Then even the compressor, compressor doesn't deliver as much air in a second, like the booster, you know? [00:34:39] Craig Dalton: so you just mentioned you have two different sizes for, you know, a typical gravel cyclist, maybe a 700 by 40. Is there a a product size that you'd recommend? [00:34:48] Pius Kobler: Uh, basically talking about the us we only have the big, the, the, the, the 34 version available over there. The, the, the older, smaller version is, is basically not gonna be continued. There are some, some still available in Europe, but yeah, the, the, the, the, the, the 32, uh, 34, 32, um, version is, is just fine. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. [00:35:11] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Cool. Yeah, I think it's a, it to, in my mind, the bigger, the better, right? If you've got that pressure, it's just gonna make sure you, you, you only need to do it once, and you get the tire seated the way you want. [00:35:21] Pius Kobler: Mm-hmm. Yeah, the, there is an interesting story about that, uh, that booster effect. Um, I was at sea other, some four years ago or so, and I was doing that booster live presentation and a guy from Bike Magazine comes, comes to, to, to see, and I, I, I do the presentation. I look into his face when I present the booster and he goes literally, Holy shit. This was so cool. Can you do this again? I need to shoot the video. So he takes his mobile phone, shoots the video of me screwing the thing together, inflating it, pushing it on, pulling it off. And because our valves played together nicely with the booster, because you pushed the booster on without the valve core, you pull it off and the air stays inside because of the rubber flaps. You can use it with any press, the valve with, with ours, you have that advantage. And so he does a video of that sequence. He puts it on. On their Facebook. And now, what would you say, what would you impress you as if view count of that video a year later? [00:36:23] Craig Dalton: Uh, a million. [00:36:25] Pius Kobler: That would be pretty impressive. You are good because many people say, oh, hundred thousand would be really much. It was 3.2 million a year later, and now it's at 8.6 million views. [00:36:37] Craig Dalton: Amazing. [00:36:38] Pius Kobler: And I'm, I'm telling, I'm telling that story because. The, the whole tubeless story as we were talking, it's something that you don't really wanna touch. You don't really wanna look into it, you don't really want to be talking about, but then there is a lot of interest around it. You know, people, many, many people realize that the topic is there and it's kind of, they have to look into it. So, so reaching that number is kind of a sign how, how important that that topic is. [00:37:07] Craig Dalton: I think it's just a huge unlock. And to your point, like there's countless people who leave the bike shop with tubeless installed already and don't think about it, don't understand it, don't know about it, and you know, the minute they have to deal with their tire, they're completely ill-equipped to address it. [00:37:24] Pius Kobler: Oh, that's, that's another, another good point. I, I mean, the reason why we met is because we were at sea o you know, we, we, we basically go to to sea other, and then we go a bit of riding once we are over there, um, at sea. Other, this year my key learning was I was talking to many brand managers of, of Mike brands and. They love our system. They know what it does, and, and, and I say, okay, let's, let's, let's look into how we can equip this with your bags. And they say, yeah. The thing is, especially us customers, and that's interesting in the US things even more than in Europe, they have to be easy. It has to be easy and, and simple. And, and, and, and when, when, when, when, when they sell a bike, they want to make the, the sale quick and easy and nice. It has to be a nice experience, you know? So what they don't wanna do is talk about some tech things, tubeless, when they sell a bank. Quite understandably, but that also means they send the customer home with a hundred percent sure problem. That, that, that they're gonna have, you know, if they, if they convert it to tubeless. So it's a paradox really. They don't want to talk about it, but they should absolutely somehow talk about it. [00:38:41] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's why I'm, I'm sort of pleased to do this episode with you and just dig in a little bit deeper because again, it's easy for most riders to just forget and not think about it. But when you get to a product that's really thoughtfully designed around a solution, like it's, it's a really nice thing to have on your bike and a really nice thing to have in your garage. [00:39:00] Pius Kobler: And I mean, that's exactly you, you can literally, if you are the right kind of person, let, let's say you can. It can be fun. Maintaining your tubeless after a while. Like I, I'm so used to it. I, I like doing it because it's so quick and so easy. It's, it's satisfying of, of doing it so quickly. But then obviously still even with our products, tubeless is not for everyone. You know that there is people who just. Won't ever do that, which is fine. And for them it's, it's, it's good for the, for the mechanic, you know, for the shop where they bring it in. The shop can install the valves and then can do a, a much quicker job. When the, when the customer brings the bike in, in, in a minute, they have the, the tubes checked. Done. [00:39:43] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that makes sense. So continuing on the kind of product journey chronologically, where are you at now? Are there additional products in the product line? [00:39:51] Pius Kobler: Yeah, so the, the plan was from the beginning to, to the, the booster and the valve cord and the valve system. That's basically what we call our, our backbone products. That's, that's also what we have patented. And, and, and the, the idea was to build the brand on these unique products and then be able to sell consumables like a rim tape and sealant. Which, which we do, I, I, I don't have to go too much into the rim tape, even though rim tape is one of the, Biggest, um, factor of frustration in, in tubeless. Everybody who has, uh, installed a rim tape and it wasn't tight, and then take the whole thing apart again. Monster frustration, you know, so, so our rim tape does a really good job because it has a, a pressure activated glue. It, it, it feels reli more reliably. It's, it's very strong. But let's not go into too much detail here. The, the, the more interesting part is, is the sealant where the idea was to, to, with the brand, be able to sell a sealant, but now the sealant has become its own sales driver because we, we have a different approach to the sealant where, oops. I'm I'm saying. It fulfills all the, all it checks, all the boxes that a modern ceiling has to fulfill, like white temperature range. Um, Environmental friendly. It's water based. Um, it, it comes in a hundred percent recycled CO2 bottles. It's a natural, uh, it's, it's synthetic. Latex doesn't contain ammonia. It doesn't contain aggressive ingredients, so it, it's CO2 proof. That's, uh, a big plus as well. It checks all these boxes. Uh, But then what, what makes it really different is, as you can see here, or the ones who don't see it, it, it, there is no particles at the bottom of the bottle. When you turn the bottle around that, uh, that accumulation, and then you have to shake it to, to get these particles, the, the, these crystals into solution that. You don't have to do that with anymore. It just is in solution. So you just take with the syringe, you push it into your tire without the hurry, like shaking the bottle, and then really quickly fill it in because you might not get the right amount of, of particle in there. That's not a thing anymore. But then more importantly, It stays homogenous also in the tire, which means you don't have this separation where you have these rubbery leftovers, rubber balls. It's, it's cold. Sometimes you don't have this separation into rubbery leftovers and watery leftovers, but it stays constant. It stays homogenous over time, so that leads to a, a, a longer, more reliable function. We, [00:42:49] Craig Dalton: I've seen those, those rubber balls in certain tires when I've taken them off. Uh, so I know that effectively they're, that's dried up material, so it's not gonna act as a sealant, presumably. And if, if I'm hearing you correctly, by the way, your product is blended and stays consistent, doesn't need shaking, like as long as there's solution in the tire. It will function as designed versus something that's separated into elements that need to be combined in order to work. [00:43:19] Pius Kobler: Oh some. Some of the well-known sealants, if you wait a bit too long and you open the tire, you have basically a puddle of water like brownish, greenish, watery. Thing leftover, which is not sealant at all anymore. It's none. It has, has not been working for quite a while. And, and, and our sealant remains homogenous. And it covers like the tire looks the same one day or, or, or a year after, after installing it. It's just covered like wet from the sealant, which is important. Uh, but then it doesn't accumulate, it doesn't leave these, add these robbery leftovers and, and. We, we have it nicely printed on our bottle here on our ceiling, but we, we won the, the seal test in, in this larger bike magazine here. I, I always say we, we won by a, by a bit, uh, just a bit better than the other from function, you know, ceiling function. But I say if, if they's done the test two months later, we would've won by, by big margin. You know, because it's still working more constantly. And that's, that's a, that's a big advantage. And the third, the third advantage of, of it's staying homogenous, and that's very important for, for users, is it doesn't go bad in the bottle because it stays stable, homogenous. You don't have to throw the bottle away after. Half a year or two a year, something like that, because it goes bad in the bottles. So there, there is no separation in the bottle as well, which in the end is, uh, quite, uh, an environmental impact. You know, a lot of seal being thrown away and it's a financial aspect as well. You, you, you can buy a bigger bottle and use next year. [00:45:06] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. No, that is nice. [00:45:08] Pius Kobler: So that being said, the the sealant is not just a sealant that we also sell with, with our, with our brand like we planned originally. It's really, it's really a game changer. And, and talking about gravel, we, we, this is. This is originally we come from the mountain bike sector. You know, the whole tubus comes from the mountain bike sector or originally, but now with gravel and road coming, the, the challenges are different for, for sealants and, and there is two major differences. One with the higher pressures, you have a lot more water loss ceilings dry up because, Tires are porous and tires are never perfectly tight. So you, you, you lose water through any tire and, and in a gravel or roads bike, because it's, the pressure is higher, you lose water faster, so it dries up faster than, than a mountain bike tire. And that's why we, we, we are gonna actually now in May, we are gonna release our road and gravel sealant, which is a bit thinner and, and, and it's longer lasting. So, so that's the. One thing we adjusted. And the other thing is it seals cuts better at high pressures. So that's the be because sealing at high pressures is obviously a big challenge for sealants. It's the higher the pressure, the the more difficult. So we, we, we've adjusted our formula to, to cover these two important factors for, for travelers and roadies. [00:46:39] Craig Dalton: Interesting. I'm excited to see that as it's tested out, but I, I love that you're thinking kind of from first principles and thinking about the tire pressure differences and how they'll play out and affect the product. [00:46:52] Pius Kobler: Yeah. [00:46:53] Craig Dalton: And, and now going to the, your latest product that I think you just released at Sea Otter and I was able to see last weekend when we rode. Tell me about the journey to creating a multi-tool. And obviously it's a category everybody's familiar with. Everybody has had one or many over the years. Like what may, what was the design perspective that you came to, to achieve this product? And then we can get into. How cleverly it was executed and the multitude of functions you have built into it. [00:47:26] Pius Kobler: Basically the, the, the approach is the same as, as with any of the products that we brought. Um, there is still some, some, some trouble left, you know, some things to solve. And, and what's, what was missing for us is there are cuts in the tire that are too big to be sealed by the sealant, and that's when you need a block solution, you need to push something through that hole or slit from the outside. To, to mechanically close that, that hole and then the ceiling can do the job to, to close off the rest. And so we, we knew, we, we've been, we, we've known for, for a long time that we have to bring some kind of a pl plug solution. We just never really knew where to put it and how to store it. You know, you can go into the handlebar, you can go into the stem, you can go somewhere. What's. What's really popular now, and this is a really hot topic in, in, in any bike segment, is. Having it quickly accessible, you know, having a solution for in the backpacker or somewhere that's not really a solution that you wanna offer today. So it has to be quickly accessible. You might still hold, have your finger on the hole because what you can do is you're losing air your hold the finger on your hole. So, so you can stop the, the, the air leak and then you have one hand left and you have to grab that tool with one hand very quickly. And so it has to be somewhere. We, we didn't wanna go into the handle bar or in the stem because you have a lot of compatibility, compatibility issues. So what we decided to do is we, we, we want to go to that formerly bottle cage interface. We call it standard interface now, because there is sometimes like three or four on a bike or at least two. So we, we basically have a small box that you can screw onto your frame using this screw interface. And the, the original idea of having these plugs is you have, you have, um, rubber cover that you can open on the side and then you can pull out that handle with the plug right there. So, Literally with one hand, you can open the thing and pull the plug out and then push it in. [00:49:42] Craig Dalton: Yeah. [00:49:43] Pius Kobler: And we, we have, that's maybe a bit too detailed, but we have a side loading fork that makes it easier to load the, the plug into your fork tool. We have a twist shape of the fork tool because when the plug is twisted, when you push it into the tire, when you pu pull the tool out, the plug sticks better in the, in the tire. Some, some details about using that plug. So this was, this was basically the tool that we had to bring, that we wanted to bring out. But then we said, now that we have this presence on the bike frame, now that we have this box anyway, we are adding something that anybody needs anyway. And that's, that, it's a, it's a little multi tool. And what I'm holding into the camera now, for the ones who don't see it, it's, it's, it's, uh, like an L and key. It's a L-shaped L key, and it has on the side, it has a bit in bit technology, so the small bits are stored in the larger bits, and you can magnetically remove them, flip them around. And put them back. So, and on both sides, on the long side and on the short side, you can exchange these bits. And this makes from one a key that is, Um, super lightweight, let's say compared to a folding tool. With all these functions, you have a proper tool that you have a lot of torque and, and good accessibility, and you have eight functions. You have from two to eight millimeter, all Alan Keys, plus you have a Torque 25 all in one tool, and that's, that's a very attractive solution that you have, right? At the front, you know, you open that rubber cover, you pull that tool out, and you are ready to go. You, you need that often. I, I, I, I just went riding for four days over Easter. I used it nine times in four days, and I didn't use it because I wanted to count higher. So literally to, to tighten the axle of the wheel, the handlebar was twisted. I had to put my seat post a bit higher. You need. Very often you need to, to adjust or tighten something. So this is very handy to have it quickly available. And then, [00:51:54] Craig Dalton: Yeah, go ahead. [00:51:54] Pius Kobler: sorry. This is basically level one usability. Use that tool often, but then this tool clips. Magnetically into, into a tire lever. This is like people have to go online to see, to see the form factor. This is the impressive part. You know how that L-shaped tool is clipping into the tire lever where you have a chain link storage, and then you have a chain breaker that clips into the chain breaker, into the tire lever, so it's all compactly stored together. And then the, the last thing that we added is there was some more space. So we added a little cutter tool, a little Swiss army knife, scissors tool that you can open. And then it has this, this, this cutting function. This is, this is pretty fun tool as well. And it, it, it, it's also the storage for your replacement plugs. So, In, in short, it's a very compact, um, way of having many, many solutions. The, the, the main solutions that you need, the tools in a, in a small box that's, um, super light to 835 grams, which is, let me check how many ounce Ansys [00:53:07] Craig Dalton: think even in the US we think about grams when we think about bike parts. [00:53:11] Pius Kobler: we say lighter than your phone. It's, it's lighter than your mobile phone, so yeah. [00:53:18] Craig Dalton: that makes sense. And, and you mentioned this, I mean, and, and calling it like a, the shape of a deck of cards is not completely accurate because it's thinner than that. Um, and a lot less weight as you said. So you, you mentioned you've got the ability to both mount it to where any water bottles would've been mounted, and if I'm correct, you also have a way of strapping it to the bike. [00:53:43] Pius Kobler: Exactly that. That's that. That's basically now. Now we have that box and. You screw that box onto your frame with two screws and basically with the two screws, we also screw this interface on top. It's a, it's like an aluminum bar. It's a sliding interface that's also on the side of the kit. So you have two of these interfaces and now you have what we call a strap clip. It's a plastic part that you can slide onto onto that interface, and then you have a Velcro wrap where you can. Attach your pump, your CO2 cartridge, your tube, your banana, whatever you wanna bring along. And the idea is to have one clip on each of these items. So before you write, you decide, oh, today I need a pump. You slide it on today, I need to bring my tube. And you slide it on. And sometimes you go without anything. So you have a modular system with these interfaces around your base box. [00:54:41] Craig Dalton: yeah, yeah. It's super slickly designed and as you articulated, like everything kind of nestles into one another, and I like the thoughtfulness around. The plug is the thing you wanna access quickly, fast, and ideally with one hand, and making that kind of first and foremost in the design. And then if you need to dig out some of the other tools, they're all right there, but they're not as quickly accessible because you've aired towards what you need on the go fast. [00:55:12] Pius Kobler: Yeah, and maybe to f to finish that, the top interface that is held in place by the two screws, you can leave the interface away and just put your bottle cage on top of, of the whole kit. And that's actually the. Primary idea you have that it's, it's so small, it's only half an inch thick, you know, so you have half an inch under your bottle cage and, uh, and it, it basically disappears under your bottle cage, but you can still acc accesses for access it from the side, and you can still slide your pump or whatever to the side with your bottle being on top. That's the, the core idea of that, of that kit. [00:55:51] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Thanks for clarifying that because when I saw it on your bike over the weekend, you did not have a bottle cage on top of [00:55:58] Pius Kobler: Because then nobody would see it. You know, [00:56:02] Craig Dalton: I love it. Good gorilla marketing. [00:56:05] Pius Kobler: it worked. I'm here. [00:56:07] Craig Dalton: Exactly. Well, this was amazing. I'm so glad that I, I met you and ran into you. Like I said, I've been familiar with the brand. You guys have been doing it for a, uh, quite some time now and great to kind of just dig into both your history as a product designer. How you always design from a writer first perspective and just hearing the totality of the systems you've built and the thought behind it. It was a real pleasure to get to know you and I, I hope for the listeners they, they hit up milk it bike. I'll include that link in the show notes so everybody can see some of the videos and cool graphics that you have on the site to understand everything you've been describing. [00:56:47] Pius Kobler: Thank you very much for having me. It was a pleasure. [00:56:50] Craig Dalton: Yeah, great to talk to you. [00:56:52] Pius Kobler: Yeah, thanks. Bye. [00:56:54] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you enjoyed that conversation with PS. 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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Subscripts for Probabilities, published by niplav on April 13, 2023 on LessWrong. cross-posted from niplav.github.io Gwern has wondered about a use-case for subscripts in hypertext. While they have settled on a specific use-case, namely years for citations, I propose a different one: reporting explicit probabilities. Explicitely giving for probabilities in day-to-day English text is usually quite clunky: "I assign 35% to North Korea testing an intercontinental ballistic missile until the end of this year" reads far less smoothly than "I don't think North Korea will test an intercontinental ballistic missile this year". And since subscripts are a solution in need of a problem, one can wonder how well those two fit together: Quite well, I claim. In short, I propose to append probabilities in subscript after a statement using standard HTML subscript notation (or LATEX as a fallback if it's available), with the probability possibly also being a link to a relevant forecasting platform with the same question: I think Donald Trump is going to be incarcerated before 203065%. This is almost as readable as the sentence without the probability. There are some complications with negations in sentences or multiple statements. For the most part, I'll simply avoid such cases ("Doctor, it hurts when I do this!" "Don't do that, then."), but if I had to, I'd solve the first problem by declaring that the probability applies to the literal meaning of the previous sentence, including all negations; the problem with multiple statements is solved by delimiters. As an example for the different kinds of negation: "The train won't come more than 5 minutes late90%" would (arguendo) mean the same thing as "I don't think the train will come more than 5 minutes late90%" means the same as "The train will take more than 5 minutes to arrive10%" equivalent to "I assign 90% probability to the train arriving within the next 5 minutes". With multiple statements, my favorite way of delimiting is currently half brackets: "I think ⸤it'll rain tomorrow⸥55%, but ⸤Tuesday is going to be sunny⸥80%, but I don't think ⸤your uncle is going to be happy about that⸥15%." The probabilities in this context aren't quite evidentials, but neither are they veridicals nor miratives, I propose the world "credal" for this category. Enumerating Possible Notations The exact place of insertion is subtle: In sentences with a single central statement, there are multiple locations one could place the probability. After the verb related to belief: "I think55% it'll rain tomorrow." Advantage: Close to the word relating to the belief (which could reflect the strength of belief in itself, using "guess"/"wager"/"think"/"believe"). Disadvantages: Conflicts with assigning probabilities to multiple statements. Puts visual clutter before the statement in question. At the end of the statement: "I think it'll rain tomorrow55%." Advantage: Allows assigning probabilities to simple statements ("It'll rain tomorrow55%") and to multiple statements (see below). Disadvantage: If the probability is intended to contextualise the statement, this context is weaker if it is introduced after the statement in question. At the subject of the sentence: "I55% think it'll rain tomorrow." Advantage: This can be used to distinguish the beliefs of different people. "I55% think it'll rain tomorrow, but Cú Chulainn22% is skeptical about it." Disadvantage: Putting the probability before the statement the probability is about feels quite unnatural. This becomes trickier in sentences with multiple statements. Probabilities after each subclaim: "I think it'll rain tomorrow55%, but Tuesday is going to be sunny80%, but I don't think your uncle is going to be happy about that15%. Adding in delimiters to denote a specific subclaim the probability is about. I wonder whethe...
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In the early hours of December 30, 2022, police raided the Pennsylvania family home of Bryan Kohberger, the suspect in the brutal slayings of four University of Idaho students. The authorities found a Glock 22 with three empty magazines, knives, black masks, gloves, laptops, and other items. However, one discovery raised questions about Kohberger's behavior. Monroe County First Assistant Michael Mancuso revealed that Kohberger "was found awake in the kitchen area dressed in shorts and a shirt a wearing latex medical type gloves and apparently was taking his personal trash and putting it into separate zip lock baggies." This discovery may suggest why investigators only recovered DNA from Kohberger's family members and not from him after taking trash from outside the family home. Police sent the trash to Idaho for testing and found a DNA profile that was almost certainly a match for the father of the person whose DNA was found on the knife sheath at the crime scene. #LatexGloves #TrashDiscovery #EvidenceDestruction Want to listen to ALL of our Podcasts Ad-Free? Subscribe through Apple Podcasts, and try it for 3 days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski (All Cases) - https://availableon.com/universityofidahomurderspodcast4killedforwhat Chad & Lori Daybell - https://availableon.com/demiseofthedaybellsthelorichaddaybellstory The Murder of Ana Walshe - https://availableon.com/findinganathisdisappearanceofanawalshe Alex Murdaugh - https://availableon.com/thetrialofalexmurdaugh The Idaho Murders, The Case Against Bryan Kohberger - https://availableon.com/theidahomurdersthecaseagainstbryankohberger True Crime Today (All Cases & EXTRA Commentary) - https://availableon.com/truecrimetodayatruecrimepodcast Follow Tony Brueski On Twitter https://twitter.com/tonybpod Join our Facebook Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/834636321133
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This week we discuss the BRIT Awards 2023! We explore the attempt at diversity by introducing the best artist category and how it ultimately failed in practice. We also talk about the interaction between Ellie Goulding and Tom Grennan, Sam Smith's outfit, and the Sugababes. Pop culture moments of the week involve Rihanna's Super Bowl Halftime Show and pregnancy reveal as well as Emily Ratajkowski's new boyfriend. We have a Patreon with TWO bonus episodes released each month! Twenty-six episodes of Celebrity Corner and Bad Book Club are out NOW! Join our Culture Gang! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on instagram @culturehangpodcast, twitter @CultureHang, TikTok @culturehangpodcast and Youtube! Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-64614277
Welcome to February 1st, 2023 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate the strange towns of the Lone Star State and symbols that slither. Texas is a big state and leads the way in many things such as livestock production, cotton production and, some would say, friendliness. Another thing Texas is good at is odd place names. Like…Bacon, Bangs, Beans, Bee Cave, Bigfoot, Blackjack, Bluntzer and Bobo, Bootleg, Bugtussle, Cat Spring, Cut and Shoot, Ding Dong and El Gato, Goodnight and Gun Barrel City, Happy, Humble, Hoop and Holler, Hornbeak, Knickerbocker, Latex, Log Cabin, Muleshoe and Lovelady. There's Nada, Noodle, Oatmeal, Raisin, Scissors, Scurry, Smiley and Snook, Spearman, Tarzan, Uncertain and Who'd Thought It! Oh, and let's not forget Zipperland, Hutto, the hippo capital of Texas and the town of Clark which changed its name to Dish, Texas in 2005 so each of its 201 residents could get free Dish TV for 10 years! On National Texas Day, celebrate the small towns that give this big state character. Most of our symbols have specific meanings; a heart for love and compassion, a dove represents peace, and the serpent symbolizes… medicine. Yes, medicine. The Caduceus and the Rod of Asclepius are both symbols of medicine utilizing a staff entwined with serpents. So…why a snake? The answer goes as far back as Moses who reportedly used a bronze snake on a pole to cure people bitten by snakes. Caduceus is the symbol of Mercury in Roman mythology. Apparently Mercury stopped a fight between two serpents by throwing his rod at them at which point they wrapped themselves around the rod and the symbol was born. On National Serpent Day, celebrate this once feared creature and don't be buying any snake oil. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So, I'm a little embarrassed to tell you how long it took me to figure out why someone would invest in cloth fitness loops over the latex design. So, my goal with today's short episode is to explain to anyone else that isn't quite sure which ones to buy, why you might need one type over the other, OR if you just bought a set of loops and aren't sure what to use them for I'll tell you today. Links mentioned in this episode Click here to read my article about fitness loops Or cut and paste the link below into your browser: https://onestrongsoutherngirl.com/whats-the-difference-latex-cloth-fitness-loops/ One Strong Southern Girl websitehttps://onestrongsoutherngirl.com/ One Strong Southern Girl VIP Newsletter https://onestrongsoutherngirl.ck.page/newsletter onestronsoutherngirl.com/newsletter One Strong Southern Girl workout personality quiz https://onestrongsoutherngirl.com/quiz Visit the One Strong Southern Girl Aerobic Step Shop online storehttps://aerobicstepshop.com/ aerobicstepshop.com
Hosty prvního novoročního hotcastu Pot je mladý manželský pár Klára Geen a Jakub Chmúra, kteří se potkali na přehlídce latexového oblečení, kde oba dělali modely. S moderátory Eliškou Soukupovou a Karlem Vladykou mluvili o jejich pestrém sexuálním životě. „Než jsem potkal Klárku, tak jsem byl úplně vanilla,” říká Kuba, kterému s novou partnerkou přišla do života i větší sexuální pestrost.
En esta ocasión les traemos el especial de Halloween que no fue especial ni de Halloween, bueno solo con Hector y Bere pero platicamos del road rage, bofetadas y ser alérgico al latex.
The extraterrestrial comedy podcast where we probe an alien gimp-like creature aka a gimp aka The North Somerset Gimp. Is the Somerset area of England in the United Kingdom being visited by extraterrestrial beings that look suspiciously like a man dressed in a gimp-suit? If you're reading these notes, we think you've probably already worked out where this episode is heading (other than down the gutter, which is possibly where this gimp came from too)… Moonwalker may work this one out in about 7 minutes and 34 seconds too, not that Kev would admit this. Anyway… What kind of sound would an alien-gimp creature make? Would it resemble the sexual grunt of Chewbacca from Star Wars? What's this creature been crawling through? We also cover some alternative theories today for example whether this creature is a superhero, with their appearance having a striking resemblance to Venom and Deadpool from the Marvel Universe. All that and more on this week's file. Oh and before we detail how you can probe us, there was a lot of visual and video evidence utilised today so we will include links to the best sources momentarily. Before we do, we just want to add that hopefully, this episode hasn't caused any offence, sadness or anxiety to anyone impacted upon by the incidents covered. Sources: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-63421811.amp https://metro.co.uk/2022/10/29/is-this-the-end-of-the-line-for-the-somerset-gimp-17662389/amp/ https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1689606/Somerset-gimp-video-sighting-Cleeve-village/amp https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10960495/amp/Latex-clad-Gimp-Man-weirdo-terrifies-19-year-old-boyfriend-late-night-village-encounter.html https://inews.co.uk/news/somerset-gimp-spawned-copycats-police-arrest-pvc-man-1949011 YouTube video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qxZNYGKuRqs Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/butitwasaliens Store: https://butitwasaliens.co.uk/shop/ Probe us: Email: email@example.com Instagram @ ButItWasAliensPodcast Twitter @ ButItWasAliens Facebook: @ ButItWasAliens - join Extraterrestrial Towers Music: Music created via Garageband. Additional music via: https://freepd.com - thank you most kindly good people. There was also musical favourite of the show, ‘The Book! - Obituaries' which is a composition via the wonderful Danny Elfman from Tim Burton and Warner Bros. Pictures classic 1988 motion picture, Beetlejuice. As has become tradition, we closed out with the Staff Roll aka credits theme from 1990-1992's Super Mario World on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), composed by Nintendo's hero of sound, Koji Kondo.
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Unsterilized Needles. Concentration Camps. And Arsenic. Put them together and what have you got? The Sleeping Sickness Experiments in Tanzania in the early 20th Century and a WHOLE BUNCH of racism. Digressions include MK Ultra, Inflatable Tube Men, Dexter's Lab, and PEAK coloniser energy S/O to Cartoon Network for letting me use some Dexter Audio :) (Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42wR9udglI8) SOURCES A Cameron-Smith, Chapter One: The History and Culture of Tropical Medicine (2007) Andrew D S Gibson, Miasma revisited: The intellectual history of tropical medicine (2009) Daniel R. Headrick & Philippe Büscher, Sleeping Sickness Epidemics and Colonial Responses in East and Central Africa, 1900–1940 (2014) Diana Duong, This Neglected Tropical Disease Can Lead Its Victims to Paranoia — And Even Death(2018) Edna Bonhomme, When Africa was a German laboratory, Al Jazeera (2020) Gregg Mitman and Paul Erickson, Latex and Blood: Science, Markets and American Empire (2010) Helen Tilley, Africa as a Living Laboratory: Empire, Development, and the Problem of Scientific Knowledge, 1870-1950 (2011) Helen Tilley, Conclusion: Experimentation in Colonial East Africa and Beyond, International Journal of African Historical Studies (2014) Jesse B. Bump, Ifeyinwa Aniebo, Colonialism, Malaria, and the Decolonization of Global Health (2022) Julia Amberger, Robert Koch and the crimes of doctors in Africa, Deutschlandfunk (2020) Open Yale Courses, HIST 234: Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600, Lecture 15 – Tropical Medicine as a Discipline Richard Strong, Strong Describes Novel Expedition, The Harvard Crimson (1926) Stephen Kinzer, Poisoner in Chief (2019) Takudzwa Hillary Chiwanza, Here is How Africa Was Used as a Laboratory for Germany During the Sleeping Sickness Epidemics, The African Exponent (2020) Wolfgang U. Eckart, The Colony as Laboratory: German Sleeping Sickness Campaigns in German East Africa and in Togo, 1900-1914 (2002) World Health Organization, Trypanosomiasis, human African (sleeping sickness) (2022)
a.k.a. Shiny Shiny Latex We're starting Season 3 of Tea Bags & Joystixxx with a bang, no sorry, squeak! The topic today is latex, the most popular (no official data) kind of rubber play. Si and Chris talk about their experiences with rubber / latex, the various outfits we and other people have come up with and how kinksters should be treated while wearing gear. Tea this week, we discuss how the Australian football team, the Socceroos, have addressed the Men's Football World Cup in Qatar (Chris refuses to use its official name) in a video statement, and also how the UK's foreign secretary have suggested how LGBTQ+ football fans should behave. In Joysticks, Chris finishes the Two Point Campus campaign, and draws random lines in the free parody puzzle game The Looker; while Si battles out in card game Marvel Snap, and strategises in the crossover worlds in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. Once again, apologies we took a break longer than expected. – Edited by TBnJ Chris Music: Quarter Conundrum by Dio A.K. – soundcloud.com/matt-doak Find us on socials @TBnJPodcast Links at lnk.at/tbnjpodcast Send in a voice message – anchor.fm/tbnjpodcast/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tbnjpodcast/message
Did you know that half of all rubber on the market comes from trees? And that chewing gum used to also be made from this same natural latex? The Para Rubber Tree and the Chicle Tree bring us stories of wealth corruption, World War II embargos, and the desperation of an exiled Mexican president. Music is by Academy Garden. Cover art is by @boomerangbrit on Instagram. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter @MyFavoriteTrees and on Instagram @treepodcast.
Howdy Folks, DJ Matador here bringing you movin on up, all moving/house songs. DJ Gower recently moved to a nicer neighborhood and a better house and that is the theme of the show. We actually do one in person although Matador has technical difficulties in the second talking segment...Still bringing you awesome shows commercial free. Gowers new house is huge and he moved on up, Congrats Gowers. Great Partying and recording in his new studio. Thanks For listening, MATADOR Artist include: Latex generation, Run DMC, Georg Jones, Paris, NOFX and Many more
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In this episode, I had the absolute pleasure of talking with Mihalis Tsoukalos, a long-time Twitter friend and someone who's given me loads of advice, about software development. He shared with me so much about his journey with C-based languages, particularly Python, C, Go, & Rust. He talked about Linux shells including Bash and Zsh (and of course the excellent Oh My Zsh project). On the flip side, he shared why he's no fan of Java and Microsoft Windows, preferring almost all things Linux and Unix. Then, he finished up by talking about file formats such as Latex, Markdown, and AsciiDoc (my favourite format), the importance of software documentation, and what he believes it takes to become a professional developer. You don't want to miss this closing aspect of the episode!Some key takeaways are: Start by writing small command-line utilities, re-implementing the ones that you know. Then, gradually take on bigger, more complex ones. Keep writing code and keep improving each time. Read a lot of code, experiment even more, talk to other developers, and fail better each time. Even if you only learn a little something, it's something more than you knew before. Software documentation is very important. To learn Rust, you really have to do it full-time. He's a big fan of Go because of the speed, size of the standard library, and because it's a simple and fast language. Links Mastering Go, 3rd edition (written by Mihalis) Go Systems Programming (written by Mihalis) Latex AsciiDoc Markdown Oh My Zsh Guests: Mihalis Tsoukalos (@mactsouk).Hosted By: Matthew Setter.Thanks for tuning in to Free the Geek. If you'd like to be a guest on the podcast or know someone who'd make a great guest, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. This podcast is produced by Matthew Setter. SupportIf you want to support the show, you can always buy me a coffee. I'd greatly appreciate your financial support. ★ Support this podcast ★
Chris and Elecia bounce from topic to topic, discussing life and work and occasionally answering listener emails. Python can format code into equations in Latex with Latexify (as noted in this tweet) Interesting sensor: Sensing deep-tissue physiology via wearable ultrasonic phased arrays Turing Complete - a listener-recommended logic gate puzzle game for Steam. In the past, we've also talked about Zachtronics' TIS-100 which is similar and Shenzhen IO which is at the circuit level. Oh, and there is The Human Resource Machine by Tomorrow Corporation. A listener recommended the Agile Embedded Podcast, particularly the episode on technical debt. News that Rollercoasters are triggering iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Crash Detection led to a mentions of a blog post about debugging Fitbit's issues with rollercoasters and accelerometers. Visual Studio Code for embedded systems development: You can use CubeMX and Platform.io (here is a how-to) Try out this stm32-for-vscode extension that claims to do what you want (we haven't tried it, tell us if it works) Or you can go more directly with the cortex-debug extension and locally installed ARM GCC package. Don't forget the VSCode Code Spell Checker extension. From the notes for Elecia's class: Where to buy small quantity prototyping components Having looked for an OLED display part in Live Class, I wanted to put together a list of where you might want to look for components, especially for the prototype stage. Adafruit and Sparkfun (and EMSL and a lot of other maker stores). If you are using their code as template or test code, look for their boards to see if you can use them. Worldwide and large components distributors with local distribution: Digikey is worldwide and they resell Adafruit and Sparkfun so if you don't want to start with an “OLED” search on Digikey and sort through the results, well, you can start with easier prototype parts. Farnell is a UK company though they have other names in other locations (Newark in the US and Element14 in Asia and Oceania). If they have your flag, you can probably get cheap shipping. Farnell is usually good for all of Europe. RS Components is also new to me though they seem to stock Adafruit parts as well as general electronics. They have lots of distributors all over the world (including more in Africa than I usually see). AliExpress is huge and worldwide, shipping from Asia. It is hard to find things but searching “Adafruit [part]” or “Sparkfun [part]” and you might find what you want… or a cheaper knockoff. Usually you want results in the Electronic Components and Supplies. Note: if it seems too good to be true it probably is. UK has Pimoroni and Cool Components and OkDo resell Adafruit and Sparkfun as well as other pieces like BBC micro:bit and Raspberry Pi. These may work for European countries. Seeed Studio has a wide variety of parts, the Grove and Components categories have parts that might be interesting. They deliver quickly and cheaply to Oceania and Asia. DFRobot is new to me but looks great. It was recommended for folks in Asia and Oceania. Their parts are resold through Digikey, Arrow, Farnell (Newark). Australia: Little Bird Electronics, Core Electronics, and Altronics Transcript Thank you to our sponsor this week!
Let me Introduce you to Jessica Carter. She is an OnlyFans Creator who started as a Faceless Creator so she could test the waters to see how she enjoyed it & when she realised she loved it she started showing her face & this is when she started to grow as a Creator as she started her journey on TikTok. We started the conversation talking all about our first experience of meeting each other which was at a 7 girl Orgy that we both shot together. We spoke about a few different scenes she has shot & I hear about her love for being submissive which leads me on to asking her about her personal sexual likes. Jessica is the same height as me so we had a chat about how we feel about being so tall & then we get back to talking about porn when i ask her what her favourite scene is & why she likes it & any scene she would love to shoot . What else did we talk about ? Domination, love for Latex, Swinging, Wanting to get fucked in full latex with just a mouth hole, having a partner & shooting with other guys. her love for any thing horror, The porn she likes to watch, Her Fav sexual position, Her Fav sex act, Live sex shows, her love of sucking cock & we give some tips on how to suck cock, tattoos, her Love for Anal..... & we spoke about so much more. Hope you enjoyed the podcast & thank you for listening
Warning: Explicit Conversations About Politics, Culture, & Sexuality Happy Kink Month 2022 ! Rattled by battles, wars and more wars, including the wars on women, I've taken this little jingle as my light in the dark, my mantra against the madness and a bit of a gag (pun intended) in the gloom: Make Kink Not War! A twist on that oldie but goodie, Make Love Not War, it's the peaceable kinkster's battle cry*… but what does it mean in the real world—on the battlefield, in the bedroom, the boardroom, the classroom, the dungeon, the RV, the protest march or the play party? What can we learn about our own ability to "Make Kink Not War" from the kinkiest apes on Earth, the #bonobos, the FemDoms of the Wild, the only great apes who never kill each other? How can we *be more bonobo and what it's got to do with the transformative, healing, peaceful power of #kink? Find out in Version 6.0 of The Bonobo Way at #DomCon LA, the Met Gala of Latex and the Comic-Con of Kink (with the Ted Talks of BDSM), founded and directed by the marvelous Mistress Cyan (who gave me my first consenting-adult birthday spanking in 2004, the same year she founded DomCon): Make Kink Not War: Be Bonobo. Kick off Kink Month 2022 with a spanking hot sexual revelation. Take a front row seat in my Master Class (Mistress Class?) in kinky anthropology, ranging from our current abominable wars and war fantasies to the inspirational worlds of the kink-normative, femocratic bonobos and the peaceable kinksters of DomCon: the fabulous FemDoms, Mistresses, Goddesses, Dominatrixes, Dommes, Doms, submissives and switches, all of whom “Make Kink Not War.” Read More Prose and Watch the Uncensored Shows: https://drsusanblock.com/domcon-2022 Need to talk about YOUR Kink(s) PRIVATELY? Experience Phone Sex Therapy. Call the Therapists Without Borders of the Dr. Susan Block Institute anytime: 213.291.9497. We're Here for YOU.
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Here's the nitty-gritty on all JvB's gear assembled for an upcoming DIY, drop-camp hunt in Alaska for moose, caribou, black bear, and wolf. Hunt gear, sleep systems, shelters, fire-starting tools, optics, medical prep, everything. We detail each item, including why it's necessary and why we chose that specific version, and provide weight when applicable. Food type, quantity, and prep is also outlined. Full list below. ENJOY! FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST! Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe and get access to all our bonus material on www.patreon.com/backcountry VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE: www.browning.com www.barnesbullets.com www.timneytriggers.com www.leupold.com www.onxmaps.com www.silencercentral.com https://www.portersfirearms.com/ www.siembidacustomknives.com https://javelinbipod.com GEAR LIST Alaska 2022 Moose Hunt License, locking tags, & harvest tickets Browning X-Bolt Speed SR, w/scope, bipod, suppressor, cover: 10.25 lbs Leupold VX-6HD scope, 2-12x40 with WindPlex reticle and CDS ZL turret Spartan Precision Equipment Javelin Pro Hunt Tac bipod Silencer Central Banish 30 suppressor in 7-inch configuration Red Kettle M19 sling See-through bikini-type scope cover Neoprene protective scope cover Browning thin rifle cover Browning raingear .75 lbs Federal ammo w/180-grain Barnes TSX bullets, 30 rounds 1.5 lbs .44 Magnum S&W M69 Combat Magnum 2.5 lbs .44 Magnum ammo, 11 rounds 2.5 lbs Hunting knives, Siembida Custom Shrike & Kestrel, .75 lbs Gransfors Bruk hatchet 1.5 lbs Swarovski EL Range 10x42 Binocular 3.25 lbs Swarovski ATS 65HD Spotting scope 3.25 lbs Spartan Ascent tripod 3.25 lbs Water filter, Katadyn Pro .75 lbs Filter bottle by Sawyer .5 lbs Life Straw water filter .12 lbs Kenetrek Mountain Extreme 400 boots 5.25 lbs Stone Glacier gaiters .75 lbs Browning clothing, Ovix line 5.0 lbs Argali Kodiak Belt N/A Big Agnes Tent, Copper Spur UL3 5.5 lbs Pitchable A-Frame tarp by SaphiRose 2.5 lbs ExPed Synmat UL 7 M sleeping pad 1 lb Stone Glacier Chilcoot 0 sleeping bag 2.75 lbs Stone Glacier packable down Grumman puffy pants .75 lbs Stone Glacier packable down Grumman Puffy coat .75 lbs Stone Glacier packable down Grumman Puffy vest .5 lbs Extra Long Johns, socks, neck gaiter, gloves, etc: 2.0 lbs Game bags by Caribou Gear 2.25 lbs Battery banks 1.75 lbs Folding solar panel, Big Blue 28 W 1.5 lbs Backpack, EXO MTN Gear expedition-grade 6.5 lbs EXO meat webbing mesh .25 lbs EXO internal drybag .25 lbs Pack cover .25 lbs Meals: 36, Mountain House & Peak Refuel, plus snacks 15 lbs Ultralight mountaineering stove, 1 lb Fishing rod: Redington 7'6” 3-weight Classic Trout .12 lbs Fishing reel: Lamson Liquid 3-4 Fishing kit: flies in box, spare leader, 5x tippet 1.0 lb Crocs, All Terrain w/4-wheel-drive 1.0 lb Hat: Stetson Cross Creek N/A Cap: Browning mesh-back ball cap N/A Bag No. 1: Scent Killer field wipes 100 feet of 550 paracord Two contractor-grade trash bags Spare glasses Spare lifestraw Bug repellant Scent-free deodorant Bag No. 2: Health and sick care Cold medicine Ibuprofen and vitamins Advil PM Rolaids or Tums Emergency water tablets Leuko tape MTN OPS ignite and enduro packets Montreal Steak seasoning Head net Latex gloves Leaf tea Titanium spork Spare lithium batteries Bag No. 3: Gun care Bore snake Gun oil Birchwood Casey rust-preventive wipes Silver, metallic, permanent Sharpie marker Scope adjustment tool Compact sharpening stone Bag No. 4: Three lighters Stormproof matches Pyro Putty, winter blend Two headlamps Havalon knife
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This week we lost the Captain Blake but we promise we put up 60 in 3 quarters. enjoy. Shout out the homie @DJLarry0093 for joining us.
I have been told by multiple employers that my resume using this template is the best resume they had ever seen! I always got the interview if not the job! I have also helped many friends successfully use this template and give their careers huge makeovers!! So now it is YOUR turn. Please don't hate me, but this resume template is in LaTeX. If you are not familiar with that, now is a great time to learn and that is exactly what I go over here in this episode! You can Google LaTeX and get lots of help. Also, this template will allow you to hit the road running. LaTeX is fully customizable which makes it awesome to use once you get the hang of it. This template is now extendable to two or more pages. You will see. It can accommodate more than one page and is highly customizable. However, if you are early in your career, you should try to stick to one page! Link to resume template where you will start working on your resume project now: https://www.overleaf.com/read/dnhymzqppptq You can access this one-page technical resume template on Overleaf. I freaking love Overleaf. This is why. OVERLEAF IS AN ONLINE LATEX EDITOR THAT'S EASY TO USE: NO INSTALLATION, REAL-TIME COLLABORATION, VERSION CONTROL, HUNDREDS OF LATEX TEMPLATES, AND MORE. All you have to do is click on the resume template link I provide above, and then edit the Overleaf files that you will then have access to, in order to change out the fields like name, and other specifics. Once you click the link, please save the project with a different name and then turn off sharing unless you want other people to be able to edit your resume. See along the top panel to change the name of your Overleaf project and to change the sharing setting. Next, look at the left panel. In the above picture, we are viewing the PDF result of the files after compiling the LaTeX code that makes your resume. To change what shows up in this PDF result, you need to make edits in the other files like main.tex, page1sidebar.tex, etc. All parts of the resume can be edited by going into each of these files in the left panel. Try making a change, and then go back to the PDF view and click on the green button called “Recompile” in the top panel. You should then be able to see the change you made reflected in the PDF result of your work. After making all the changes, you will have your new resume in PDF format from this template. To save the resume to your computer, you can click on the button near the “Recompile” button with the down arrow on it. You do have to log in. I usually just use my Google login. I made the project for this resume template that you will have to use to edit and create your own resume ‘Read Only.' This is because I don't want people to mess up the template once they start editing because I noticed that although I asked people to create their own project first, people start to edit the original template and then the template files get broken for other users! Not fun!! If you have problems accessing this template online because it is ‘Read Only', please let me know and I will fix the problems. Full blog post: https://howtophd.org/2020/05/one-page-technical-resume-template.html GOOD LUCK!!! Leave a comment on the blog post with your questions!!! Have fun job searching and using this template to create your BEST RESUME!!!!! Note: the blog post provides the files on OneDrive as well. Any problems, let me know. You can also add me on LinkedIn and msg me there with your troubles. I would love to improve this for everyone and make sure that it works!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oindreebee/support
On this week's FUPDATE, we are surfing Fetishes across the USA. Which State is Googling the most about Latex and Bondage? We've got the intel as we continue with our month-long special series: Augasm.
WENDINMI Born in west Africa, Burkina Faso, Wendinmi immigrated to the US in 2011, first to New York City, then Denver and finally landing in Las Vegas in early 2021. Wendinmi is multilingual and fluent in French, English and his native Mossi. Wendinmi has several creative outlets in addition to being a recording artist. He also designs fashion, a talent he credits to his mother, a well-known designer in Burkina Faso. *************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** LOS MUSICK FT P.A.T. LOUISIANA'S FINEST Tonight I got introduced to two of the Bayou's smoothest rappers, Los Musick and P.A.T. Louisiana's Finest. They just finished a collaborative album, and I got a chance to get an exclusive listen before the project drops on March 25th. Entitled "ABOUT TIME", it's an 8 song collaboration that mixes laid back Southern Hip Hop with some soul crunk-ish vibes. The combination of creative energy between these two talented hip hop artists and their LaTex connection make this a sound like none other. Los is from Port Author, Texas, and P.A.T. is from Opelousas, Louisiana. The project kicks off with a soulful track called Catch Ya Breath. The song's lyrics hit home as he sings, "I never know what it's gon' come to next. But I gotta say, I believe I'm blessed." The project as a whole is positive from beginning to end.
Chaud devant! Chaque jeudi de l'été, (re)découvrez un des meilleurs épisodes de «Brise Glace» touchant au thème de la sexualité. Cette semaine, l'histoire d'Olivier, qui nous raconte sa passion pour le latex, mais aussi les raccourcis qui diabolisent, sans la connaître, la pratique du fétichisme. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
In part two, Dave chats again with Francesco Pochetti, Senior Machine Language Engineer at Bolt, and an AWS Machine Learning Hero. In this episode, Francesco dives deep in the ML tools on AWS, starting with the tools such as NVIDIA Triton and TensorRT, and how to improve processing time for Computer Vision. He also covers Amazon SageMaker, and many other AWS ML services as well as deploying ML models using Docker in the best way possible. If you missed it, you could listen to part one of this conversation in Episode 045. Francesco on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fra_Pochetti Dave on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedavedev Francesco's Website: https://francescopochetti.com/ Francesco's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/francescopochetti/ Francesco's GitHub: https://github.com/FraPochetti [BLOG] Blurry faces: Training, Optimizing and Deploying a segmentation model on Amazon SageMaker with NVIDIA TensorRT and NVIDIA Triton - https://francescopochetti.com/blurry-faces-a-journey-from-training-a-segmentation-model-to-deploying-tensorrt-to-nvidia-triton-on-amazon-sagemaker/ [BLOG] Machine Learning and Developing inside a Docker Container in Visual Studio Code https://francescopochetti.com/developing-inside-a-docker-container-in-visual-studio-code/ [BLOG] Deploying a Fashion-MNIST web app with Flask and Docker: https://francescopochetti.com/deploying-a-fashion-mnist-web-app-with-flask-and-docker/ [BLOG] IceVision meets AWS: detect LaTeX symbols in handwritten math and deploy with Docker on Lambda: https://francescopochetti.com/icevision-meets-aws-detect-latex-symbols-in-handwritten-math-and-deploy-with-docker-on-lambda/ [DOCS] Amazon Rekognition - https://aws.amazon.com/rekognition/ [DOCS] Amazon SageMaker - https://aws.amazon.com/sagemaker/ [DOCS] Amazon Textract - https://aws.amazon.com/textract/ [DOCS] Deploy fast and scalable AI with NVIDIA Triton Inference Server in Amazon SageMaker https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/machine-learning/deploy-fast-and-scalable-ai-with-nvidia-triton-inference-server-in-amazon-sagemaker/ [GIT] Nvidia Triton Inference Server: https://github.com/triton-inference-server/server/ [GIT] Blurry faces: Training, Optimizing and Deploying a segmentation model on Amazon SageMaker with NVIDIA TensorRT and NVIDIA Triton - https://github.com/FraPochetti/KagglePlaygrounds/tree/master/triton_nvidia_blurry_faces Subscribe: Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8bf7630-2521-4b40-be90-c46a9222c159/aws-developers-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aws-developers-podcast/id1574162669 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjk5NDM2MzU0OS9zb3VuZHMucnNz Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7rQjgnBvuyr18K03tnEHBI TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Technology-Podcasts/AWS-Developers-Podcast-p1461814/ RSS Feed: https://feeds.soundcloud
On this episode of Inside OnlyFans, CJ and Kayla sit down with top OnlyFans creator and FemmeDom, Marisol Yotta. Marisol spills all the tea on her kinks, being a latex FemmeDom, how she lost her butt plug at the gym, and having XL breasts. Follow us! Instagram: @insideonlyfans @cjsparxx @kaylalaurenoffical @maxcomedian Twitter: @insidefans Facebook: Inside OnlyFans To watch full video episodes of the show, be sure to sign up and support us on Red Tomato TV! https://redtomatotv.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Man on the streets Casey Allen sits down with Drew Edwards (writer/creator of Halloween Man https://instagram.com/drew_halloween), artist Paulo J Hernandez
The Fellowship of the Geeks Podcast
The Fellowship is pleased to present our conversation with Drew Edwards, Dan Price, and Paulo Hernandez about their new comic Halloween Man Meets The Latex Avenger. Go check out this exciting crossover on their current Indiegogo campaign. Plus our usual random talk, geek news, and tangents
Je repense à notre première rencontre et j'ai envie de te la raconter à ma façon… Je ne sais plus trop qui m'avait branché sur ce club pour une soirée latex. L'ambiance était sympa, sans plus. J'étais pas très à l'aise et je pense que je serais parti.e si je n'avais pas croisé ton regard…
In this episode, Dave chats with Francesco Pochetti, Senior Machine Language Engineer at Bolt, and an AWS Machine Learning Hero. Francesco covers his career start as a chemist, his journey into a career of Data Science, and how Computer Vision technology is handling some of the most difficult Machine Learning problems today. Francesco on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fra_Pochetti Dave on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedavedev Francesco's Website: https://francescopochetti.com/ Francesco's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/francescopochetti/ Francesco's GitHub: https://github.com/FraPochetti [BLOG] Blurry faces: Training, Optimizing and Deploying a segmentation model on Amazon SageMaker with NVIDIA TensorRT and NVIDIA Triton: https://francescopochetti.com/blurry-faces-a-journey-from-training-a-segmentation-model-to-deploying-tensorrt-to-nvidia-triton-on-amazon-sagemaker/ [BLOG] Machine Learning and Developing inside a Docker Container in Visual Studio Code: https://francescopochetti.com/developing-inside-a-docker-container-in-visual-studio-code/ [BLOG] Deploying a Fashion-MNIST web app with Flask and Docker: https://francescopochetti.com/deploying-a-fashion-mnist-web-app-with-flask-and-docker/ [BLOG] IceVision meets AWS: detect LaTeX symbols in handwritten math and deploy with Docker on Lambda: https://francescopochetti.com/icevision-meets-aws-detect-latex-symbols-in-handwritten-math-and-deploy-with-docker-on-lambda/ [DOCS] Amazon Rekognition: https://aws.amazon.com/rekognition/ [DOCS] Amazon SageMaker: https://aws.amazon.com/sagemaker/ [DOCS] Amazon Textract: https://aws.amazon.com/textract/ [DOCS] Deploy fast and scalable AI with NVIDIA Triton Inference Server in Amazon SageMaker: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/machine-learning/deploy-fast-and-scalable-ai-with-nvidia-triton-inference-server-in-amazon-sagemaker/ [GIT] Nvidia Triton Inference Server: https://github.com/triton-inference-server/server/ [GIT] Blurry faces: Training, Optimizing and Deploying a segmentation model on Amazon SageMaker with NVIDIA TensorRT and NVIDIA Triton: https://github.com/FraPochetti/KagglePlaygrounds/tree/master/triton_nvidia_blurry_faces Subscribe: Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8bf7630-2521-4b40-be90-c46a9222c159/aws-developers-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aws-developers-podcast/id1574162669 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjk5NDM2MzU0OS9zb3VuZHMucnNz Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7rQjgnBvuyr18K03tnEHBI TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Technology-Podcasts/AWS-Developers-Podcast-p1461814/ RSS Feed: https://feeds.soundcloud
Hi Smooches! On this episode, we're joined by Danielle Jackson, author of “The Accidental Pinup.” If you're listening to this episode on the day it's uploaded, we are one week away from the release of the book, about a Black plus size boudoir photographer who unexpectedly becomes the model for her friend's lingerie line. The photographer capturing her in latex and lace is her hot professional rival. We asked Danielle about the inspiration for the book, with some detours about Nora Roberts and Grey's Anatomy, and played Would You Rather? To hear more of Danielle, head over to her podcast, Fresh Fiction, and preorder or pick up the novel. Where to find us Website: www.makeoutalreadypod.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/makeoutalreadypod/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/makeout_already TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@makeoutalreadypod Merch: https://make-out-already.creator-spring.com Liz's author socials: https://twitter.com/ellediazromance https://www.instagram.com/ellediazromance Stuff we mentioned Danielle's website https://daniellejacksonbooks.com/ All the places you can order The Accidental Pinup https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/679044/the-accidental-pinup-by-danielle-jackson/ Savage x Fenty https://www.savagex.com/ Playful Promises https://us.playfulpromises.com/ Elomi https://www.elomilingerie.com/row/en/ Panache Lingerie https://www.panache-lingerie.com/us/ Caroline Klidonas on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@carolineklidonas One of her medical drama parodies https://www.tiktok.com/@carolineklidonas/video/7101045639236078894?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=7076604665550849579 The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-prince-and-the-dressmaker-jen-wang/1125855916?ean=9781626723634 Fake It Till You Bake It by Jamie Wesley https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/fake-it-till-you-bake-it-jamie-wesley/1139985381?ean=9781250801852 Fresh Fiction Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fresh-fiction-podcast/id1356350672
Jason is joined by members of the team behind the comic team-up Halloween Man Meets Latex Avenger: Coffee House on Haunted Hill: Drew Edwards, Dan Price and Paulo J. Hernandez. Check out their Indiegogo at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/halloween-man-meets-the-latex-avenger#/ .Ringo Awards nominee Drew Edwards (Lucy Chaplin, Survivor) is teaming up with Dan Price (Bigfoot Knows Karate) on writing duties to bring their creations together in an extraordinary single issue. The duo is joined by the talented Paulo J. Hernandez on pencils and the amazing April Guadiana on colors/letters, in what is bound to be the quirkiest crowdfunded comic of the year.
This week we are joined by author, tutor and founder of the Esoteric College, Maria Wheatley. Maria has a vast knowledge of UK megalithic sites, Tarot, dowsing, earth energies and many other areas of ancient history and esoterica. We touched on a lot of different topics from the history of Avebury and Stonehenge and what we know about the megalith builders themselves. How the culture and civilisation of the UK changed throughout prehistory due to migration or climatic events. Evidence for elongated skulls at Stonehenge and how they differ from the paracas of South America. Earth energies and how the ancients located and harnessed them. Ancient agriculture and how the megalith builders knew where and when to plant. Druidic opium use and the bronze age trade network. Long barrows, grave goods, aquifers, dowsing (with a laptop) and much more, too much to mention! Find out more here: https://theaveburyexperience.co.uk/ https://www.esotericcollege.com/ Mysterious Universe Avebury Conference - Sept 3rd-4th 2022 - Tickets : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mysterious-universe-conference-sat-3-sep-tours-sun-4-sep-2022-tickets-38296189935 After our chat with Maria we covered the usual housekeeping and looked at some current events… Producer Credits for Ep 238: Producers - Kella Anna, Lee, Helen, Nick, Slicko and Joe Message us here....follow, like, subscribe and share. (comments, corrections, future topics etc). We read out iTunes reviews if you leave them. Website - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/ Get your Merch from: The Amish Loot Chest - https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/amish-inquisition-loot-chest Email - email@example.com Buy us a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theamishguys Patreon -https://www.patreon.com/theamishinquisition Guilded - https://www.guilded.gg/i/k5ax5Adk Discord - https://discord.gg/M7PZjPp4r3 Odysee Channel - https://odysee.com/@theamishinquisition:e Rumble - https://rumble.com/c/c-1347401 TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLtYEueE/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/amishinqpodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/amish.inquisit.3 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theamishinquisition/?hl=en Bitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/0fNMZAQctCme/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv8ucrv5a2KpaRWyBWfBUA Find out how to become a Producer here - http://www.theamishinquisition.com/p/phil-1523918247/ Become a Producer! The Amish Inquisition is 100% supported by YOU. NO Ads, NO Sponsorship, NO Paywalls. We really don't want to suckle at the teat of some faceless corporate overlord. But that is only avoidable with your help! Join your fellow producers by donating to The Amish Inquisition via the PayPal button on our website, simply donate whatever you think the show is worth to you. If you find the podcast valuable, please consider returning some value to us and help keep the show free and honest. 238 Assets: Gimp Man Returns: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10960495/Latex-clad-Gimp-Man-weirdo-terrifies-19-year-old-boyfriend-late-night-village-encounter.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonline&s=09 Elmo gets jabbed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwimt9n2JEk Whistling Scrotum: https://metro.co.uk/2022/06/30/mans-genitals-started-whistling-when-lung-collapsed-and-air-escaped-through-his-scrotum-16917330/ Chris Pincher MP: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jun/30/tory-deputy-chief-whip-resigns-after-embarrassing-myself-and-others Chris Pincher ITV report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqBSgSlRA3o Chris Pincher Channel 4 report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yRwOi_Y_48 Jacinda Arderne on Lorraine: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10972733/Jacinda-Ardern-begs-UK-tourists-return-New-Zealand-prepares-FINALLY-reopen-borders.html Killer Crab: https://nypost.com/2022/06/30/camper-awakes-to-knife-carrying-killer-crab-at-tent-video/ Bernie Ecclestone on Putin: https://metro.co.uk/2022/06/30/bernie-ecclestone-declares-hed-take-a-bullet-for-vladimir-putin-on-gmb-16916867/ Just Stop Oil Van Gough: https://twitter.com/TalkTV/status/1542531727595290624?t=_ITHhYSOLKyELb2iSUVdZg&s=09 #avebury #mariawheatley #stonehenge
Why Jodi bought 100 latex gloves, and what is she DOING with them?!Who has the most driving anxiety - the driver or passenger?? Road Trip Games - more of yours and we'll try a new one.
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Crisco, Dez & Ryan After Hours Podcast
What are you embarrassed to admit you're afraid of? "If I watch any movie that has to do with miners stuck in a cave, I freak out. I don't know why, I just do." "Latex balloons - I can not be near one, especially when they are being played with. Freaks me out and it's embarrassing!" "I'm oddly scared of water towers. Really, I just don't like tanks of any kind, but water towers really do it for me. If I get too close I start to get lightheaded and my heart rate raises when I see them from a distance." "My scary thing is if my foot touches seaweed in a lake. I'm talking full on meltdown!"
Off the Cuffs: a kink and BDSM podcast
This week we sat down with Latex Bourne to talk about latex, pet play, and combining the two. We talk about his interest in hosting petting zoos for pet players, his latex and rubber fetishes, and his recent ventures into latex modeling. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this one, you'd probably like episodes 255, 241, and 284. Latex Bourne's Links:Upcoming petting zoo event for those in the Birmingham areaFetlife Instagram Twitter Buy our porn on ManyVids Read our newest blog posts Check out our sponsors for this week, SilcArts and Terrible Toyshop. You can find The Rigger's Delight Humbler here! Keep us on the air by donating a buck or two to our Patreon! You can listen to an ad-free version of the show a week early, and you'll have access to our Discord server. We post a lot of fun bonus content, including monthly photosets, silly and/or kinky videos, and movie reviews. If you'd rather make a one time donation, you can do so at PayPal.me/OCPLLC. Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @ocpkink More by PODCAST JUKEBOX:Queers Next Door | Being ThereWill Sean Podcast? | The Goth Librarian PodcastDrinks with God | ProudToBeKinky | NO LOVE LOST Tags: Kink, BDSM, Fetish, Fantasy, Sex, Education, Positive, DIY, Punk, Nerds, pet, play, kitten, puppy, latex, rubber, modeling, shiny
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