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It's Part 2 of this Thursday Buckeye Talk podcast on covering the Ohio State Buckeyes. If you haven't yet listened to Part 1, do that first, then come back here. Featured on this episode talking about covering Ohio State football:Austin Ward, Tim May and Spencer Holbrook of Lettermen Row (3:27 to 35:19)Dan Hope of Eleven Warriors (35:21 to 54:00)Steve Helwagen, Dave Biddle and Pat Murphy of Bucknuts (54:01 to 1:21:22)Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means of Buckeye Talk and cleveland.com (1:21:24 to 1:55:07)Thanks for listening to this two-part episode about the beat, message board culture and life covering the Buckeyes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to Part 1 of a two-part Buckeye Talk examining life inside the Ohio State beat. On this first episode (the second ep is immediately after this in your podcast feed) Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means start off by talking about what happened at Buckeye Scoop, a site that coverages Ohio State that recently saw one co-founder of the site, Marc Givler, sue the two other co-founders, Kirk Barton and Ken Stickney. From there, Doug, Nathan and Stephen branched off to talk about message boards, reporting and how they cover the Buckeyes. (0:00 to 49:49).Then several guests from other Ohio State sites visited to discuss their views on the subject and how they cover the team:Bill Landis and Ari Wasserman, former Buckeye Talk co-hosts now working at The Athletic (49:50 to 1:17:35)Ben Koo, an OSU alum and fan who founded the sports media site Awful Announcing and has knowledge of the Buckeyes and a big-picture media view (1:17:36 to 1:39:05)Bill Rabinowitz and Joey Kaufman of the Columbus Dispatch (1:39:06 to 2:03:54)And then there's a quick wrapup by Doug. In a week when the Buckeyes are seven-touchdown favorites over Akron, this is something a little different from cleveland.com. We hope you enjoy it, and don't forget to listen to Part 2 after this. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes After two weeks of college football there are lots of questions about Florida State football. Curt Weiler of the Tallahassee Democrat joins us on ACC Nation Podcast to provide some answers and insight into the program. We start with an amazing effort against Notre Dame. Stumble through Jacksonville State. Then look ahead at what games on the schedule that hold promise. For fans questioning Mike Norvell and what he brings to the program here's a taste of sanity that might help deliver a clearer picture than what you've been seeing on some Message Boards. Jim and Will get some lowdown on injuries, poor choices and take a look into the proverbial crystal ball with Weiler to see what lays ahead for Florida State football. Listen 24/7 To ACC Nation Radio. At Home, On The Road Or At Work. Is this a better program than what was in place before it? Weiler thinks it is and that Norvell brings some promising recruits and transfers to the the table. He also thinks the program can't afford anymore losses of a nature like that against Jacksonville State which will upset the recruiting apple cart. It's a tricky balancing act. DONATE Florida State Football A win against Wake Forest is almost a must this week as the majority of the schedule will be challenging. Can the Noles make it to a bowl this year? What about realignment, going to the SEC and the Alliance? Weiler share some interesting thoughts and background for perspective. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast, listen to ACC Nation Radio or subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch the show. https://youtu.be/FfG16UhqeLo
Im Gespräch mit Gonzo. Wir reden über Lünen, nicht-vorhandene Jugendszenen, Grandmaster Flash & Herbie Hancock, nicht der Supercoole sein, Ostermarsch-Musik, die grauenhaft Simply Red, der Salford Lads Club, die Joy Division Coverversion von Paul Young, die Minor Threat 7" gegen einen Joint tauschen, die Nikoteens als Vorband von Cro-Mags, UK Subs & Urlaub im Rollstuhl in der Livestation, bewusste Langeweile bei Indiekonzerten, mal wieder John Peel auf BFBS, die Dienstagssendungen auf WDR1, Klaus Fiehe spielt Hardcore, mit dem Zettel vorm Radio sitzen, In God We Trust, aktiv in der SV, kopierte Bakunin-Texte, die Last Chance & Idiots Plattenläden, eine Side by Side 7" für 5 Mark, durchs Zap Fugazi, Funhouse, X-Mist & WeBite kennenlernen, Konzertbericht von The Cult & Aerosmith, Anti-Schelski & Vengeance Fanzine, diese Breakin´ Through aus dem Westerwald, kurz vorm 18. Geburtstag mit dem Saufen aufhören, mit Intricate & Hammerhead durch die Lande ziehen, mit Crucial Response zu Kent McClard, Nation of Ulysses & Bikini Kill, Emo-Fanzine mit Abiturienten-Gedichten & HC-Fotos, unterwegs mit dem Tramper-Monatsticket, sportlich-legér unterwegs sein, als Zugreisebegleiter absurd viel Geld verdienen, Umzug nach Hamburg, Ale von Buback Tonträger, Jan Delays Backspin-Interview über die 90er, ein Zap-Treffen mit Thees, die Gründung von Lebensreform, die Better Tooth Organisation, die musikalische Nähe zu Stack, sich die Texte der ersten Upfront LP auf Deutsch vorstellen, blutige Xe auf der 7", das Fanzine-Treffen in Neuss, Proberaumnachbarn von OHL & Emils, Hard Stance mit Zack von RATM, auf Tour mit diversen Bands wie Marshes & Born Against, die Catharsis / Gehenna-Tour, Sven von Just Went Black, die Ära der Messageboards, Merchverkauf bei Zero Mentality, neue Ruhrband-Band Deep, für eine Wochenzeitung auf Sylt arbeiten, Pokerspielen, Integrity, Amen Ra, Die Negation, uvm.
Batman and Robin (1997) is notorious as one of the worst Batman films, panned by both audiences and critics. But wait a minute. All four of the Tim Burton/Joel Schumacher Batman films have their problems. Doesn't B&R's story hold together relatively well? Isn't it kind of .... entertaining? Could it actually be the best of the four? Of course it's far from perfect, and we discuss some of its problems, including a pretty un-Batman-like Batman and a misguided "homage" to Batman '66. We discuss the bad and relatively good of the final '90s Batman film. ALSO, Burt Ward reminisces about Bruce Lee, and we read your reaction to our episode on The Phantom Pharaoh! Message Board thread on episode 163 on The Phantom Pharaoh Arnold Schwarzenegger Complete Japanese Commercial Filmography
In this week's episode, Kyle chats with Zach (AKA bdrr_sportscards) about message board history, the transition to social media, strange activity in the market with liquid cards, and more!
OK and Sarah slightly lose it this week talking to their guru at the top of the mountain, possible legend, and internet auteur Topher Florence aka Docfuture1. Actually coming from Something Awful in the early 2000s, Topher's work as a writer and video artist cut to the bone, and present a highly informed perspective of … Continue reading "Episode 127 – Psychic Damage w/ Topher Florence"
The POWcast! is back and aims to bring you a nostalgic look back at the movies, shows, and people from your childhood that made you who you are today. In Jimmy’s case that was the Batman 66 TV show that inspired a never ending celebration of all things Retro, Cool, and maybe a little Nerdy. This episode is an in depth chat with one of ‘66 Batman fandom’s biggest names. Ben Bentley is not only Co- moderator of the Batman 66 Message Board he is, as we say, an expert’s expert. Ben shares tales of travel to LA and how his hobby grew into a passion. Not only logging but identifying all the shooting locations for each of the 120 episodes of the ‘66 Batman show. Quite a feat, but Ben is close to completion. Why does this show speak to so many generations of fans? Listen to Ben’s thoughts here. Once again the “Bat-Time Contrivance” is utilized and set for summer of 2017. The Summer of 2017 and the Comic Con Palm Springs. Not only was it hot enough to melt our Batarangs we talked with voice actor extraordinaire John DiMaggio (Futurama, Adventure Time). John talks about Under the Red Hood and remembers Adam West. Plug in your favorite set of air pods and enjoy this dive deep into Batman theory with one of the most knowledgeable Bat- experts in the game in the latest exciting episode of the Retro Cool Nerd POWcast! The Music samples from “The Flying Horse Big Band, and the Batman Soundtrack by Nelson Riddle and Neil Hefti. Episode #5 of the POWcast has been written, recorded, & produced by Jimmy The Gent in Wayne Study Studios for Saturday Morning Cereal productions. Check out Ben on twitter @BenBentleyPhoto and on the 66 Message board.66BATMAN.COM
I got an UPGRADE! "What is it?" Watch the video version on YouTube ( or just listen coz I'll say it in audio form) Link to my Message Board (it's just a form lmao) https://forms.gle/abNPM8qeqC3uZoHdA
Continuing the ZineQuest Fireside Chat series of interviews, we have a twofer - Thomas Votaw and his It Came from the Message Board and Joel Hines and his Desert Moon of Karth zine. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/support
2021 recruiting classes have been more shaped by the transfer portal For the second consecutive year UCLA has a budget deficit. How will that impact the future of the program? We guess who Oregon State's anonymous $50 million donor is The basketball Pac-12 tournament may be canceled to ensure teams make it to the NCAA tournament Pac-12 message board mods are overbearing. There should be more freedom. The Pac-12 Apostles is a podcast for fans who love the Pac-12 conference. George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden are committed to the honest and fair conversation about the Pac-12 conference. They talk about the good, bad, and the ugly about the Pac-12. Join them in becoming a Pac-12 Apostle by subscribing and sharing the podcast. Send your thoughts, comments, and :30 rants to email@example.com. The best comments and rants will be included in the show. Visit Unafraid Show to read unapologetic articles about the conference and the teams you love. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pac-12-conference/message
EPISODE #70 - This Fantastic Frenzy Friday – We celebrate How Reddit Message Board Effected Stock Market and Turned it into a Frenzy. If you’re one of the thousands, maybe tens of thousands, who made money this week from the GameStop ramp, this is for you. What is Reddit – a website co-founded by Serena Williams Husband - Alexis Kerry Ohanian who is an American internet entrepreneur and investor. He is best known as the co-founder and executive chairman of the social news website Reddit along with Steve Huffman and Aaron Swartz. reddit.com was created with the goal of it becoming the "front page of the Internet." WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY? LINKS BELOW FOR: APPLE, GOOGLE, PANDORA, AND SPOTIFY. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ladiespromotingtransparentadvocacy/id1526382637https://www.pandora.com/podcast/ladiespromotingtransparentadvocacy/PC:52161?corr=17965216&part=ug&_branch_match_id=819557998249581330https://open.spotify.com/show/5x7xSxWi2wj2UXPsWnZ0cw?si=peGax6j6SIumBT5tq7_hhghttps://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2xhZGllc3Byb21vdGluZ3RyYW5zcGFyZW50YWR2b2NhY3kvZmVlZC54bWw&ep=14Sources: MSNBC Morning Joe Show, Reddit.com, Wikipedia https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/01/28/gamestop-stock-amc-reddit-faq/https://www.theverge.com/2021/1/28/22254909/senate-banking-stocks-sherrod-brown-aoc-gamestop-reddit-hearinghttps://www.marketwatch.com/story/an-open-letter-to-the-reddit-gamestop-army-11611871658Follow us on Twitter: @AdvocacyLadiesPodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOrg. Email: Ladiespromotingtransparentadvo@gmail.comPodcast Call-in Line: 404-855-7723
Part 4 how I started, built and sold my online business. This is a section of a book I'm writing with the working title, "This way. Living, Loving and Finding Your 'insert your first name here' - Ness. I lay out my journey from start to finish. How I... Started with just an idea Built the site Built an audience Marketed the site online and off Raised over $2 million Build a subscription membership on the site Used affiliate programs to make lots of money from the site Got content for the site on a regular basis Built a huge email list Started a podcast to market the site Bought it back from the investors Ran it as a side hustle that thew off six figures a year, for years Sold the site to a large media company It's all here. If you follow the steps it can work for you too. Let me know what you think by dropping me a a line at B @ Brandon C White dot com. If you enjoy this episode you'll also love our print newsletter... Build a Business Success Secrets. Check it out today, it's FREE. More Information on Build a Business Success Secrets Build a Business Homepage How to Write a Business Plan in 13 easy to build slides How to be More Productive 7 Quotes to Inspire Success in Your Life and in Business How I Build an Online Business of my Dreams
Part 3 step by step how I started, built and sold my online business. This is a section of a book I'm writing with the working title, "This way. Living, Loving and Finding Your 'insert your first name here' - Ness. I lay out my journey from start to finish. How I... Started with just an idea Built the site Built an audience Marketed the site online and off Raised over $2 million Build a subscription membership on the site Used affiliate programs to make lots of money from the site Got content for the site on a regular basis Built a huge email list Started a podcast to market the site Bought it back from the investors Ran it as a side hustle that thew off six figures a year, for years Sold the site to a large media company It's all here. If you follow the steps it can work for you too. Let me know what you think by dropping me a a line at B @ Brandon C White dot com. If you enjoy this episode you'll also love our print newsletter... Build a Business Success Secrets. Check it out today, it's FREE. More Information on Build a Business Success Secrets Build a Business Homepage How to Write a Business Plan in 13 easy to build slides How to be More Productive 7 Quotes to Inspire Success in Your Life and in Business How I Build an Online Business of my Dreams
Part 2 step by step how I started, built and sold my online business. This is a section of a book I'm writing with the working title, "This way. Living, Loving and Finding Your 'insert your first name here' - Ness. I lay out my journey from start to finish. How I... Started with just an idea Built the site Built an audience Marketed the site online and off Raised over $2 million Build a subscription membership on the site Used affiliate programs to make lots of money from the site Got content for the site on a regular basis Built a huge email list Started a podcast to market the site Bought it back from the investors Ran it as a side hustle that thew off six figures a year, for years Sold the site to a large media company It's all here. If you follow the steps it can work for you too. Let me know what you think by dropping me a a line at B @ Brandon C White dot com. If you enjoy this episode you'll also love our print newsletter... Build a Business Success Secrets. Check it out today, it's FREE. More Information on Build a Business Success Secrets Build a Business Homepage How to Write a Business Plan in 13 easy to build slides How to be More Productive 7 Quotes to Inspire Success in Your Life and in Business How I Build an Online Business of my Dreams
It's all here, step by step how I started, built and sold my online business. This is a section of a book I'm writing with the working title, "This way. Living, Loving and Finding Your 'insert your first name here' - Ness. I lay out my journey from start to finish. How I... Started with just an idea Built the site Built an audience Marketed the site online and off Raised over $2 million Build a subscription membership on the site Used affiliate programs to make lots of money from the site Got content for the site on a regular basis Built a huge email list Started a podcast to market the site Bought it back from the investors Ran it as a side hustle that thew off six figures a year, for years Sold the site to a large media company It's all here. If you follow the steps it can work for you too. Let me know what you think by dropping me a a line at B @ Brandon C White dot com. If you enjoy this episode you'll also love our print newsletter... Build a Business Success Secrets. Check it out today, it's FREE. More Information on Build a Business Success Secrets Build a Business Homepage How to Write a Business Plan in 13 easy to build slides How to be More Productive 7 Quotes to Inspire Success in Your Life and in Business How I Build an Online Business of my Dreams
Subscribe today for access to bonus episodes, exclusive content, and invitations to future livestreams! www.patreon.com/boysbiblestudy Jack Chick is one of the most notable names in Christian missioning through art. His popular and notorious “Chick Tracts” are moral lessons in comic form meant to be given as gifts or left in public for people to find and get saved. But it took an outside force, independent animator Steve West aka Littleshots Productions, to take Chick’s message off the page and into thrilling 3D. The results are very bewildering and uncanny pieces of video. View our full episode list and subscribe to any of our public feeds: http://boysbiblestudy.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/boysbiblestudy Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/boysbiblestudy
Content Warning : This week's episode explores 4chan's Rules of the Internet, which were written in the early 00's. Please be advised that there is language which is homophobic, transphobic, misogynistic, and there is talk of an act of aggressive animal cruelty/abuse. If this episode is not safe or uncomfortable for you to listen to, please take care of yourself. A transcript will be posted soon, if that's a way in which you can safely engage. If not, skip this episode and we can't wait to have you back next week!There were some small audio snafus this week - if Cas sounds particularly modulated or has an odd reverb on his voice, this is why. Sorry, and thank you for sticking with us!You can find us on twitter @authorsnotepod and contact us via email@example.comIf you're interested in supporting this podcast, please consider donating via our ko-fiOur theme music is by James Yaiullo Our cover art is by @nyalliest
On today's episode, Alex and Nathan discuss movie news, they review "The King of Staten Island", and then they talk about their top 5 movies that impacted/changed their lives. "And The Pod Goes To!!!" is presented by The Message Board and themessageboard.net --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Keenan Culler is the co-host of Hollywood Week, an awesome podcast about movies and TV shows. In that spirit, we launch into a two hour epic conversation about some of our favourite movies and TV shows. @whereisthevirus Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/ezzatripsballs Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ezza905)
Jumping in the time machine to go back to 2004-05, the last time the Stanley Cup was not awarded. We're reading Ranger message boards from that period and keeping our fingers crossed that history does not repeat itself in 2019-20, albeit under different circumstances. Intro song is "Leave the Lights On" by Passafire from their 2009 album, "Everyone On Everynight." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jumping into the time machine to read posts from New York Ranger message boards during the team’s run to the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals! Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire from their 2009 album, “Everyone On Everynight.” *First time machine was episode 65. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There are a lot of good discussions currently happening on the bustling Front Row message board. On today's show, the People's Champ, Matt Baxendell, joins Dave Biddle to talk about some of the interesting topics that Buckeyes fans are discussing. Specifically: * Ohio State now has four assistant coaches making over $1 million per season. Are assistant coaching salaries out of control in college football since the athletes don't get paid beyond their scholarship benefits? Or is this no different than any other business? * Might there be no fans at Ohio State's spring game due to fears of the COVID-19 virus? Is that where we're headed? * With the Buckeyes winning 18 of the last 20 games -- and eight in a row -- what is the state of the OSU-Michigan rivalry? Does anyone outside of Buckeye fans and Wolverine fans believe it is still the best rivalry in sports? But as long as Ohio State is dominating, should OSU fans even care? * Has Cade Stover found a long-term home at the tight end position? All of that and more is coming your way on the Wednesday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
**Recorded LIVE on February 21, 2020** On this episode of Para-Talk, the crew talk about paranormal news stories from all over the globe! Ever thought of buying a house with it's own cemetery in the front lawn? I know where one is for sale! What if you bought a Disney doll and it wouldn't leave... after multiple tries! Want info on a haunted hotel you and 3 of your closest friends could stay? Also, what info does the United States Navy have that could give new light to the paranormal?? All that and more!!! We want to give a huge THANK YOU to all the new subscribers to Para-Talk, you guys are blowing up our downloads and streams!! Thank you to the Armed Forces Paranormal for all you do to protect each and every one of us, and for sharing our podcast on your page! I hope all the men and women stationed all over the world protecting us everyday that get a chance to listen to Para-Talk enjoy it! Just know you are in our thoughts and prayers every single day! THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!!!! If you have ideas for a topic or stories you'd like share, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also call us at 865-264-0448 to leave us a message to be played on a future episode of Para-Talk! Don't forget we stream LIVE every Friday night at 8pm eastern standard time on the Podbean app. You can download the app though the app store on your device! Be sure and find Para-Talk Podcast with East Tn Ghost Seekers, click FOLLOW and you'll be alerted when we go live! Join us on the Message Board, there is also a call in button! Just click it and in moments you'll be live on air with us! ***Be sure to have earbuds in so we don't get all the "echo" of our voices coming back through your microphone***
We are at it again! This week Kevin is digging back into the early 2000’s again to play a band he had a deep love for! So many personal stories in this episode that even if you do not enjoy the music you may enjoy hearing the stories. At one point this was one of those bands that Kevin would shout from the rooftops. Things kind of took a 180 with this band in their later years for him. Have you ever been so into a band that later on you just couldn’t anymore? Have you ever been part of a Message Board community? Thanks for joining us this week, we will see you next Monday!Support us on Patreon!www.patreon.com/musiccrushmondaypodcastIf you want to listen to the episode as intended, please do not look at the featured band links beforehand if at all possible. Check out our Spotify playlist for more of their music and please reach out to us via the links below. We’ll see you next Monday!Website: www.musiccrushmonday.comEmail: email@example.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/musiccrushmondaypodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/musiccrushmondaypodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mcmpod/Twitter: https://www.instagram.com/mcmpod/Intro and Outro music: “The Breakdown” by At The Wayside*** WARNING! ****** WARNING! ****** SPOILER ALERT! ****** SPOILER ALERT! ****** Disclaimer: We at the Music Crush Monday Podcast would like for our listeners to listen to the bands blind with us but we also want you to check out the band further if they were interesting to you. Please review the links below to find more on today’s featured band. ***Band: 40 Below SummerSocials:https://www.facebook.com/40BelowSummerOfficial/https://twitter.com/40belowofficialhttps://www.instagram.com/40belowsummer/Songs Played:Falling Down off of the album Invitation To The DanceRain off of the album The Mourning AfterSpotify: www.tinyurl.com/mcmep097
That’s it. That’s the episode. Reading Ranger fan comments on message boards that date all the way back to 2001! Enjoy! Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire from their 2009 album, “Everyone On Everynight.” Passafire tour dates: https://passafiretheband.com/tour/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello, and welcome to 2020. This is The Ankylosing Spondylitis Podcast and my name is Jayson Sacco and thank you for joining me today. You know, as many do on this first day of the year, I've been reflecting on my life and my interactions with Ankylosing Spondylitis. You know, I've been dealing with Ankylosing Spondylitis and its effects on me for about four decades now. And in those four decades, there are many things I could have done much better that might not have put me in the position I'm in now, and those items will discuss over the upcoming year in different episodes. But first the Question of the Week. This week, I've seen quite a bit on the forums on Facebook dealing with Ankylosing Spondylitis, and chiropractic care. Now, I'll tell you first that the reason I was diagnosed and found out what was going on was due to a chiropractor. He had worked on me for a number of years as a child and just said, I can't figure out exactly what's going on because he's not responding to generally what we should you know, be seeing as results from the treatments he's done. So it was because of him that I was referred to, you know, a rheumatologist who diagnosed me with Ankylosing Spondylitis for that, it turned out great. But fast forward to now, you know, 40 years later with the level of my Ankylosing Spondylitis is, and the amount of fusing that I have going to a chiropractor would be the wrong thing to do. And so you have to remember that there's no one fit scenario for all of us. As a general rule, the Spondylitis Association of America recommends that you do not have chiropractic care done. That is because you may have a chiropractor that's completely unfamiliar with Ankylosing Spondylitis, and what their adjustments you know, may or may not do. So like everything else with Ankylosing Spondylitis, it's really going to be dependent upon each individual. If you have very little to no fusing and you're just in the process of discovering what Ankylosing Spondylitis is, and your chiropractor is completely familiar with Ankylosing Spondylitis, it may be okay. But again as a general rule, the farther you are into AS, the less likely that you should be probably visiting with a chiropractor and stick more along the lines of traditional medicine routines. For other countries, the guidelines may be slightly different or completely different. Always check what the chiropractor knows about Ankylosing Spondylitis, the familiarity they have with it and just make sure they don't try to adjust your neck or crack at or snap it or anything like that, that can cause you additional pain or even worse, maybe even paralysis. So anyway, again, this one is going to be real simple. It's just chiropractic care should I or shouldn't I is really dependent upon each individual so you are the only one that can make that call? Just know in the United States the general rule is no chiropractic care for anybody with Ankylosing Spondylitis. Now, the article that I kind of was reading through for this week's episode, (it's found on healthline.com) is called Nine Resources for Ankylosing Spondylitis Support. We talked about some support in the previous episode and I'd like to cover that, again, with Ankylosing Spondylitis, and I've experienced this myself, you can very easily fall into the trap of isolating yourself due to pain. Even in a household of people, you can isolate yourself. And so where do you turn for support? Where do you turn for assistance in the day to day activities of dealing with Ankylosing Spondylitis could be a spouse, but then there's those of us who are not married or dating that don't have a spouse or partner to turn to. So you've kind of got to look at the different options. And here's nine of what is available. Number one, Message Boards. You know, there are places like the Spondylitis Association of America, and they have a message board. Also, ankylosingspondylitis.net has message boards, as well as... Support this podcast
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Communities are good for business, but are businesses good for communities? This question has come up on the show before, specifically when we spoke to community hosts losing their Yahoo Groups and when IMDb’s message boards were closed and erased. What happens when corporation-led communities are determined to have outlived their usefulness to the corporation, but not to the members? Does this lead to more grassroots-led communities? How will the tools and examples we’ve created serve those grassroots communities? Bailey Richardson, a community professional that helped build Instagram and recently co-authored Get Together, and Patrick address these questions on this episode, as well as: The current community software landscape and why there’s still room for growth What happens when you need to demote or ban a community leader Why graffiti is allowed on Instagram Big Quotes Not all interactions can infinitely scale (10:08): “When we left [Instagram], people on our team [asked], ‘What’s the one thing that we should remember?’ Our response was treating people well on a one-on-one basis, on a very human level, I think does scale. Those interactions that you build that are deep touch interactions, I think actually can have a very big impact on culture, on a platform overall, and that’s a principle that I think a lot of people try, as their businesses get larger, to do anything in their power to not do high touch things with a small number of people. … I participated in building one of the fastest-growing companies in the world. Some of what made the platform special was the fact that we met people who really cared about our platform where they were and got to know them and celebrated them.” –@baileyelaine How boundaries keep communities on track (17:40): “Sometimes the structure that you put in can help people actually access the value they want from you in the first place. … If I’m coming to your karate forum, I want to talk about karate. I’m not showing up to talk about politics.” –@baileyelaine When business goals outweigh community values (44:20): “There’s something quite fragile about someone showing up for something that they care so much about that they contribute an outsized amount of effort to with very little expectation of any kind of financial or real reward in their life. … The thing that I worry most about is the reality of business is that ensuring those people’s enjoyment, happiness, and respect is not the primary goal. … It’s just painful to see them let down when you know the purity of the way they showed up for you, and when you can’t match them with that, it’s just a difficult thing to carry around.” –@baileyelaine About Bailey Richardson Three years ago, Bailey Richardson started People & Company with Kai Elmer Sotto and Kevin Huynh, on a mission is to help people bring their people together. People & Company works with organizations to make smarter bets about investing in communities. They also interview extraordinary people organizers on their podcast Get Together, and in August 2019, they published Get Together, a book about how to build communities today based on the research and strategy work they’ve done with hundreds of community organizers. Bailey was also one of the first 10 employees at Instagram, working on the community team. She has also worked for IDEO, StoryCorps, Pop-Up Magazine and The California Sunday Magazine, made a short film about a Pinoy inventor named Dado Banatao, interviewed Russians who are LGBTQ about what their lives are really like, asked Casey Neistat how to make and share videos people love, and started a Mola Mola Fan Club. Related Links Bailey Richardson on Twitter Get Together, a book on building community with your people, written by Bailey Richardson, Kevin Huynh, and Kai Elmer Sotto Get Together, a podcast about the nuts and bolts of community building, hosted by Bailey, Kevin, and Kai People & Company, the consultancy that Bailey co-founded Quitting Instagram: She’s one of the millions disillusioned with social media. But she also helped create it. (via the Washington Post) Drew Kelly, an early Instagram user Tonic is a curated news app from Canopy Bassey Etim is the editorial director at Canopy and former guest on Community Signal Bogleheads, a community inspired by John Bogle’s investment ideologies Bailey names the following community platforms: Groups.io, Mighty Networks, Disciple, and Mixr Patrick names the following community platforms: Discourse, xenForo, and Invision Sarah Hawk is the vice president of community and product at Discourse CreativeMornings Heather Champ and the Biggest Threats to Great Online Communities Howard Rheingold, founder of the WELL IMDb’s Message Boards and Why Trolls Don’t Force Communities to Close Transcript View transcript on our website Your Thoughts If you have any thoughts on this episode that you’d like to share, please leave me a comment, send me an email or a tweet. If you enjoy the show, we would be so grateful if you spread the word and supported Community Signal on Patreon.
On this episode of SPx, Marcin Kleczynski, founder of Malwarebytes, breaks down the origin story of the company he started at just 15 years old, living with his parents in the suburbs of Chicago. Kleczynski shares how pirated video games led him founding a company with more than 800 employees and four offices across the world. Kleczynski talks misconceptions around malware, company culture, how the big traditional companies are failing and how Malwarebytes has stepped in to take on a greater share of the antivirus market.
Ist es tatsächlich schon wieder vorüber, dieses wunderschöne 19. M’era Luna Festival? Seit dem Jahr 2000 findet der Nachfolger des Zillo-Festivals in Hildesheim am Gelände des Flughafens Drispenstedt statt und lockte in diesem Jahr mehr als 25.000 Gäste an. Mit rund 40 Bands aus unterschiedlichsten musikalischen Genres wie Elektro, Mittelalter-Rock, Metal, Alternative Rock, Synth Pop und Gothic konnte sich das Line-Up auf den beiden Bühnen sehen lassen, u.a. lieferten Deathstars, Subway To Sally, Oomph!, VNV Nation, Combichrist, Neuroticfish, X-RX undundund ihre furiosen Shows ab. Und wenn gerade keine favorisierten Sounds geboten wurden, fanden sich am Gelände genügend Gelegenheiten in Shops zu stöbern, sich an den mannigfaltigen Essensständen zu stärken, über das festivaleigene Mittelalter-Dorf zu schlendern oder einfach mit Freunden die wunderbare Atmosphäre zu genießen. Wie stand es so schön auf dem Message-Board am Eingang? M’era Luna ist wie ein bunter Urlaub am Meer. Nur ohne Meer. Und ohne bunt. Homepage: M'era Luna Festival Facebook: M'era Luna Festival Veranstaltung M'era Luna Festival 2020
With Angelo on vacation, Brian is joined by his wife Steph for a nostalgia-filled episode that covers topics like their recent wedding and how tech has helped their preparations, P2P file sharing services, IRC, message boards, instant messenger memories, scary movies, Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, haunted houses and Ouija board usage. Special Guest: Steph W..
Sam chats with Eivind Dahl of the Leftist Gaming Club and Red Plateaus YouTube channel to discuss online communities, content moderation, gaming culture, anarcho-communism, why even politicos need other interests besides just politics (you're still human), and why allowing all views is like mixing ice cream with poo—all you get is poo. And if you love the show, tell your friends. Spread the word. Tell them they're missing out. Also, rate and review us. Be detailed, and tell us about yourself and how you heard of us. This lets Apple and other podcasting apps know that they should be telling their other users about us. Find more Red Plateaus on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsln1E-ttrNPsMivrnf9V7w Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/redplateaus/ Twitter: @RPlateaus And also on Facebook at the Leftist Gaming Club (no reactionaries allowed) Support Southpaw on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/southpawpod You can find Southpaw on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @SouthpawPod As well as on the Southpaw Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/southpaw You can also find Sam on Twitter and Instagram: @StuffFromSam
XSTS makes its Apple Podcast debut with a brand new banging a** theme song! Today’s episode “Smark A** Tricks” will troll the underground wrestling message board world and expose smart marks for the “Smark A** Tricks” they are on the internet. Stackz Da Homie didn’t hold back at all in this episode. From discussing the hardships of being a new up and comer in the wrestling podcasting world, to stepping into an actual wrestling ring this past weekend. All while frequently using the F word for no reason at all. This is a pretty hilarious episode, so enjoy Tricks! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/xstspodcast/message
In this episode, John Nabors discusses the latest rumors flying about the Razorback basketball team, SEC coaches making moves, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Watchmen Minute 159 - Message Board Assassin Minute 159 starts with Ozymandias throwing The Comedian out a window and ends with an assassin being hired. Guest: Jake from Dark Knight Minute Find us online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/WatchmenMinute Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watchmenminute/ Website: http://watchmenminute.libsyn.com/ Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/watchmenminute Visit http://moviesbyminutes.com/ to find other ‘Movies by Minutes’ podcasts. Travis Bow - https://twitter.com/thatTravisBow Eric Nash - https://twitter.com/luckymustard Music: All Along the Watchtower by Jimi Hendrix Written by Bob Dylan Desolation Row by My Chemical Romance Written by Bob Dylan
Ryan Williams (comedian, JFL Northwest) joins us for a block from the innocent, early internet days, where message boards reigned supreme. We go on a deep dive into MetalSludge.com's open forums, with a little Bodybuilding.com for good measure. The Blocked Boys also take a very deep dive into Pauly Shore's Cameo, iced coffee, the rules about what you can like versus what you can retweet, and John finds his new favourite Instagram account.
First, what does a well-rounded education mean to you? Does it make you smarter? Or are you simply jumping through hoops to try and impress future employers? George Mason University economist Bryan Caplan argues that the way the system is set up, it’s mostly become a hoop-jumping exercise. Then, it’s not that hard to imagine a place where ordinary people - not editors - determine the news. But when the website Reddit first launched in the mid-2000s, the idea was groundbreaking and few could imagine the enormous influence the company would have.
Tommy Ashley is joined by Ross Martin and Greg Barnes and answer Inside Carolina message board questions from the premium UNC Basketball board posters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hot Take Boudreaux and Fleur Da Fire are taking matters into their own hands after the Saints got F--- out of a Super Bowl. Like this content? Become a Patron and get FULL ACCESS! Saints Happy Hour is sponsored by JLD Hot Sauce and Knives. Use code SAINTS and get 10% off. Become a Patron and get access to more shows for as little as $1 dollar a month and help us raise enough money to do daily podcast. Email the show at email@example.com Drunk Saints History Archive! Our NEW Patreon page is live: https://www.patreon.com/SaintsHappyHour Podbean will remain active and ALL new Patron content will be loaded to the Podbean Patron page as well as the new Patreon page. You don't have to switch but if you want to, the option is there. If you want to have access to Patron only content and not use Podbean consider supporting us through Patreon. GIVE US 5 STARS ON ITUNES!
Hot Take Boudreaux and Fleur Da Fire Preview the NFC Championship game and explain why the LA Rams are football terrorists. Like this content? Become a Patron and get FULL ACCESS! Saints Happy Hour is sponsored by JLD Hot Sauce and Knives. Use code SAINTS and get 10% off. Become a Patron and get access to more shows for as little as $1 dollar a month and help us raise enough money to do daily podcast. Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Drunk Saints History Archive! Our NEW Patreon page is live: https://www.patreon.com/SaintsHappyHour Podbean will remain active and ALL new Patron content will be loaded to the Podbean Patron page as well as the new Patreon page. You don't have to switch but if you want to, the option is there. If you want to have access to Patron only content and not use Podbean consider supporting us through Patreon. GIVE US 5 STARS ON ITUNES!
This brief podcast and flash briefing conducts some shout outs and then moves on to commentaries about how message boards should be used and the glut of motivational videos on social media.
In episode 155 of the Get Published Podcast, Host and 13-Time Bestselling Author Paul G. Brodie interviews Tiffany Cullen about her author journey and how to use internet message boards to promote your book.
In 2014, two twelve year old Wisconsin girls believed in monsters. They believed in one, Slenderman, so completely, they decided to kill their friend to prove their worth to Slenderman so they could become his "proxies" and live with him in his woodland mansion. Luckily, their friend survived, despite being stabbed 19 times. Who is Slenderman? And why do some people still believe in him? And what exactly happened the day this girl was stabbed? Find out in a spooky, how-to-create-a-monster edition of Timesuck. Check out today's sponsors: This episode of Timesuck is brought to you by the Fantasy Footballers podcast. https://www.thefantasyfootballers.com/ The best fantasy football advice you can find and the most fun you'll have listening to it. Check 'em out and subscribe! Bombfell.com - the best clothes in men's on-line shopping. Your very own stylist and a fast, easy-to-understand on-line shopping experience. Get $25 off YOUR FIRST purchase when you go to www.bombfell.com/TIMESUCK Chubbies.com - top quality, stylish swim and beachwear for men and women. Go to www.chubbies.com/timesuck to get FREE two-day shipping on your order! And head to the Hollywood Improv, October 5th, 7:30PM for the FIRST EVER live recording of Timesuck! Part of the LA Podcast Festival. Tickets only $15. Click here for tickets/more details.