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GAA on Off The Ball
Ballyhale vs Kilmacud, post-Cody Kilkenny | Adrian Mullen

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 17:48


Ballyhale Shamrocks and Kilkenny hurler Adrian Mullen joins Adrian and Shane on #OTBAM as Kilmacud Crokes await them in the Leinster Club SHC Final Catch OTB's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for OTB AM and get the podcast on the OTB Sports app or wherever you listen to yours. SUBSCRIBE and FOLLOW the OTB AM podcast. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #EffortlessFlow

Screaming in the Cloud
The Need for Speed in Time-Series Data with Brian Mullen

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 32:55


About BrianBrian is an accomplished dealmaker with experience ranging from developer platforms to mobile services. Before InfluxData, Brian led business development at Twilio. Joining at just thirty-five employees, he built over 150 partnerships globally from the company's infancy through its IPO in 2016. He led the company's international expansion, hiring its first teams in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Prior to Twilio Brian was VP of Business Development at Clearwire and held management roles at Amp'd Mobile, Kivera, and PlaceWare.Links Referenced:InfluxData: https://www.influxdata.com/ TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is bought to you in part by our friends at Veeam. Do you care about backups? Of course you don't. Nobody cares about backups. Stop lying to yourselves! You care about restores, usually right after you didn't care enough about backups.  If you're tired of the vulnerabilities, costs and slow recoveries when using snapshots to restore your data, assuming you even have them at all living in AWS-land, there is an alternative for you. Check out Veeam, thats V-E-E-A-M for secure, zero-fuss AWS backup that won't leave you high and dry when it's time to restore. Stop taking chances with your data. Talk to Veeam. My thanks to them for sponsoring this ridiculous podcast.Corey: This episode is brought to us by our friends at Pinecone. They believe that all anyone really wants is to be understood, and that includes your users. AI models combined with the Pinecone vector database let your applications understand and act on what your users want… without making them spell it out.Make your search application find results by meaning instead of just keywords, your personalization system make picks based on relevance instead of just tags, and your security applications match threats by resemblance instead of just regular expressions. Pinecone provides the cloud infrastructure that makes this easy, fast, and scalable. Thanks to my friends at Pinecone for sponsoring this episode. Visit Pinecone.io to understand more.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. It's been a year, which means it's once again time to have a promoted guest episode brought to us by our friends at InfluxData. Joining me for a second time is Brian Mullen, CMO over at InfluxData. Brian, thank you for agreeing to do this a second time. You're braver than most.Brian: Thanks, Corey. I'm happy to be here. Second time is the charm.Corey: So, it's been an interesting year to put it mildly and I tend to have the attention span of a goldfish of most days, so for those who are similarly flighty, let's start at the very top. What is an InfluxDB slash InfluxData slash Influx—when you're not sure which one to use, just shorten it and call it good—and why might someone need it?Brian: Sure. So, InfluxDB is what most people understand our product as, a pretty popular open-source product, been out for quite a while. And then our company, InfluxData is the company behind InfluxDB. And InfluxDB is where developers build IoT real-time analytics and cloud applications, typically all based on time series. It's a time-series data platform specifically built to handle time-series data, which we think about is any type of data that is stamped in time in some way.It could be metrics, like, taken every one second, every two seconds, every three seconds, or some kind of event that occurs and is stamped in time in some way. So, our product and platform is really specialized to handle that technical problem.Corey: When last we spoke, I contextualized that in the realm of an IoT sensor that winds up reporting its device ID and its temperature at a given timestamp. That is sort of baseline stuff that I think aligns with what we're talking about. But over the past year, I started to see it in a bit of a different light, specifically viewing logs as time-series data, which hadn't occurred to me until relatively recently. And it makes perfect sense, on some level. It's weird to contextualize what Influx does as being a logging database, but there's absolutely no reason it couldn't be.Brian: Yeah, it certainly could. So typically, we see the world of time-series data in kind of two big realms. One is, as you mentioned the, you know, think of it as the hardware or, you know, physical realm: devices and sensors, these are things that are going to show up in a connected car, in a factory deployment, in renewable energy, you know, wind farm. And those are real devices and pieces of hardware that are out in the physical world, collecting data and emitting, you know, time-series every one second, or five seconds, or ten minutes, or whatever it might be.But it also, as you mentioned, applies to, call it the virtual world, which is really all of the software and infrastructure that is being stood up to run applications and services. And so, in that world, it could be the same—it's just a different type of source, but is really kind of the same technical problem. It's still time-series data being stamped, you know, data being stamped every, you know, one second, every five seconds, in some cases, every millisecond, but it is coming from a source that is actually in the infrastructure. Could be, you know, virtual machines, it could be containers, it could be microservices running within those containers. And so, all of those things together, both in the physical world and this infrastructure world are all emitting time-series data.Corey: When you take a look at the broader ecosystem, what is it that you see that has been the most misunderstood about time-series data as a whole? For example, when I saw AWS talking about a lot of things that they did in the realm of for your data lake, I talked to clients of mine about this and their response is, “Well, that'd be great genius, if we had a data lake.” It's, “What do you think those petabytes of nonsense in S3 are?” “Oh, those are the logs and the assets and a bunch of other nonsense.” “Yeah, that's what other people are calling a data lake.” “Oh.” Do you see similar lights-go-on moment when you talk to clients and prospective clients about what it is that they're doing that they just hadn't considered to be time-series data previously?Brian: Yeah. In fact, that's exactly what we see with many of our customers is they didn't realize that all of a sudden, they are now handling a pretty sizable time-series workload. And if you kind of take a step back and look at a couple of pretty obvious but sometimes unrecognized trends in technology, the first is cloud applications in general are expanding, they're both—horizontally and vertically. So, that means, like, the workloads that are being run in the Netflix's of the world, or all the different infrastructure that's being spun up in the cloud to run these various, you know, applications and services, those workloads are getting bigger and bigger, those companies and their subscriber bases, and the amount of data they're generating is getting bigger and bigger. They're also expanding horizontally by region and geography.So Netflix, for example, running not just in the US, but in every continent and probably every cloud region around the world. So, that's happening in the cloud world, and then also, in the IoT world, there's this massive growth of connected devices, both net-new devices that are being developed kind of, you know, the next Peloton or the next climate control unit that goes in an apartment or house, and also these longtime legacy devices that are been on the factory floor for a couple of decades, but now are being kind of modernized and coming online. So, if you look at all of that growth of the data sources now being built up in the cloud and you look at all that growth of these connected devices, both new and existing, that are kind of coming online, there's a huge now exponential growth in the sources of data. And all of these sources are emitting time-series data. You can just think about a connected car—not even a self-driving car, just a connected car, your everyday, kind of, 2022 model, and nearly every element of the car is emitting time-series data: its engine components, you know, your tires, like, what the climate inside of the car is, statuses of the engine itself, and it's all doing that in real-time, so every one second, every five seconds, whatever.So, I think in general, people just don't realize they're already dealing with a substantial workload of time series. And in most cases, unless they're using something like Influx, they're probably not, you know, especially tuned to handle it from a technology perspective.Corey: So, it's been a year. What has changed over on your side of the world since the last time we spoke? It seems that well, things continue and they're up and to the right. Well, sure, generally speaking, you're clearly still in business. Good job, always appreciative of your custom, as well as the fact that oh, good, even in a world where it seems like there's a macro recession in progress, that there are still companies out there that continue to persist and in some cases, dare I say, even thrive? What have you folks been up to?Brian: Yeah, it's been a big year. So first, we've seen quite a bit of expansion across the use cases. So, we've seen even further expansion in IoT, kind of expanding into consumer, industrial, and now sustainability and clean energy, and that pairs with what we've seen on FinTech and cryptocurrency, gaming and entertainment applications, network telemetry, including some of the biggest names in telecom, and then a little bit more on the cloud side with cloud services, infrastructure, and dev tools and APIs. So, quite a bit more broad set of use cases we're now seeing across the platform. And the second thing is—you might have seen it in the last month or so—is a pretty big announcement we had of our new storage engine.So, this was just announced earlier this month in November and was previously introduced to our community as what we call an IOx, which is how it was known in the open-source. And think of this really as a rebuilt and reimagined storage engine which is built on that open-source project, InfluxDB IOx that allows us to deliver faster queries, and now—pretty exciting for the first time—unlimited time-series, or cardinality as it's known in the space. And then also we introduced SQL for writing queries and BI tool support. And this is, for the first time we're introducing SQL, which is world's most popular data programming language to our platform, enabling developers to query via the API our language Flux, and InfluxQL in addition.Corey: A long time ago, it really seems that the cloud took a vote, for lack of a better term, and decided that when it comes to storage, object store is the way forward. It was a bit of a reimagining from how we all considered using storage previously, but the economics are at minimum of ten to one in favor of objects store, the latency is far better, the durability is off the charts better, you don't have to deal—at least in AWS-land—with the concept of availability zones and the rest, just from an economic and performance perspective, provided the use case embraces it, there's really no substitute.Brian: Yeah, I mean, the way we think about storage is, you know, obviously, it varies quite a bit from customer to customer with our use cases. Especially in IoT, we see some use cases where customers want to have data around for months and in some cases, years. So, it's a pretty substantial data set you're often looking at. And sometimes those customers want to downsample those, they don't necessarily need every single piece of minutia that they may need in real-time, but not in summary, looking backward. So, you really—we're in this kind of world where we're dealing with both hive fidelity—usually in the moment—data and lower fidelity, when people can downsample and have a little bit more of a summarized view of what happened.So, pretty unique for us and we have to kind of design the product in a way that is able to balance both of those because that's what, you know, the customer use cases demand. It's a super hard problem to solve. One of the reasons that you have a product like InfluxDB, which is specialized to handle this kind of thing, is so that you can actually manage that balance in your application service and setting your retention policy, et cetera.Corey: That's always been something that seemed a little on the odd side to me when I'm looking at a variety of different observability tools, where it seems that one of the key dimensions that they all tend to, I guess, operate on and price on is retention period. And I get it; you might not necessarily want to have your load balancer logs from 2012 readily available and paying for the privilege, but it does seem that given the dramatic fall of archival storage pricing, on some level, people do want to be able to retain that data just on the off chance that will be useful. Maybe that's my internal digital packrat chiming in at this point, but I do believe strongly that there is a correlation between how recent the data is and how useful it is, for a variety of different use cases. But that's also not a global truth. How do you view the divide? And what do you actually see people saying they want versus what they're actually using?Brian: It's a really good question and not a simple problem to solve. So, first of all, I would say it probably really depends on the use case and the extent to which that use case is touching real world applications and services. So, in a pure observability setting where you're looking at, perhaps more of a, kind of, operational view of infrastructure monitoring, you want to understand kind of what happened and when those tend to be a little bit more focused on real-time and recent. So, for example, you of course, want to know exactly what's happening in the moment, zero in on whatever anomaly and kind of surrounding data there is, perhaps that means you're digging into something that happened in you know, fairly recent time. So, those do tend to be, not all of them, but they do tend to be a little bit more real-time and recent-oriented.I think it's a little bit different when we look at IoT. Those generally tend to be longer timeframes that people are dealing with. Their physical out-in-the-field devices, you know, many times those devices are kind of coming online and offline, depending on the connectivity, depending on the environment, you can imagine a connected smart agriculture setup, I mean, those are a pretty wide array of devices out and in, you know, who knows what kind of climate and environment, so they tend to be a little bit longer in retention policy, kind of, being able to dig into the data, what's happening. The time frame that people are dealing with is just, in general, much longer in some of those situations.Corey: One story that I've heard a fair bit about observability data and event data is that they inevitably compose down into metrics rather than events or traces or logs, and I have a hard time getting there because I can definitely see a bunch of log entries showing the web servers return codes, okay, here's the number of 500 errors and number of different types of successes that we wind up seeing in the app. Yeah, all right, how many per minute, per second, per hour, whatever it is that makes sense that you can look at aberrations there. But in the development process at least, I find that having detailed log messages tell me about things I didn't see and need to understand or to continue building the dumb thing that I'm in the process of putting out. It feels like once something is productionalized and running, that its behavior is a lot more well understood, and at that point, metrics really seem to take over. How do you see it, given that you fundamentally live at that intersection where one can become the other?Brian: Yeah, we are right at that intersection and our answer probably would be both. Metrics are super important to understand and have that regular cadence and be kind of measuring that state over time, but you can miss things depending on how frequent those metrics are coming in. And increasingly, when you have the amount of data that you're dealing with coming from these various sources, the measurement is getting smaller and smaller. So, unless you have, you know, perfect metrics coming in every half-second, or you know, in some sub-partition of that, in milliseconds, you're likely to miss something. And so, events are really key to understand those things that pop up and then maybe come back down and in a pure metric setting, in your regular interval, you would have just completely missed. So, we see most of our use cases that are showing a balance of the two is kind of the most effective. And from a product perspective, that's how we think about solving the problem, addressing both.Corey: One of the things that I struggled with is it seems that—again, my approach to this is relatively outmoded. I was a systems administrator back when that title was not considered disparaging by a good portion of the technical community the way that it is today. Even though the job is the same, we call them something different now. Great. Okay, whatever smile, nod, and accept the larger paycheck.But my way of thinking about things are okay, you have the logs, they live on the server itself. And maybe if you want to be fancy, you wind up putting them to a centralized rsyslog cluster or whatnot. Yes, you might send them as well to some other processing system for visibility or a third-party monitoring system, but the canonical truth slash source of logs tends to live locally. That said, I got out of running production infrastructure before this idea of ephemeral containers or serverless functions really became a thing. Do you find that these days you are the source of truth slash custodian of record for these log entries, or do you find that you are more of a secondary source for better visibility and analysis, but not what they're going to bust out when the auditor comes calling in three years?Brian: I think, again, it—[laugh] I feel like I'm answering the same way [crosstalk 00:15:53]Corey: Yeah, oh, and of course, let's be clear, use cases are going to vary wildly. This is not advice on anyone's approach to compliance and the rest [laugh]. I don't want to get myself in trouble here.Brian: Exactly. Well, you know, we kind of think about it in terms of profiles. And we see a couple of different profiles of customers using InfluxDB. So, the first is, and this was kind of what we saw most often early on, still see quite a bit of them is kind of more of that operator profile. And these are folks who are going to—they're building some sort of monitor, kind of, source of truth for—that's internally facing to monitor applications or services, perhaps that other teams within their company built.And so that's, kind of like, a little bit more of your kind of pure operator. Yes, they're building up in the stack themselves, but it's to pay attention to essentially something that another team built. And then what we've seen more recently, especially as we've moved more prominently into the cloud and offered a usage-based service with a, you know, APIs and endpoint people can hit, as we see more people come into it from a builder's perspective. And similar in some ways, except that they're still building kind of a, you know, a source of truth for handling this kind of data. But they're also building the applications and services themselves are taken out to market that are in the hands of customers.And so, it's a little bit different mindset. Typically, there's, you know, a little bit more comfort with using one of many services to kind of, you know, be part of the thing that they're building. And so, we've seen a little bit more comfort from that type of profile, using our service running in the cloud, using the API, and not worrying too much about the kind of, you know, underlying setup of the implementation.Corey: Love how serverless helps you scale big and ship fast, but hate debugging your serverless apps? With Lumigo's serverless observability, it's fast and easy (and maybe a little fun, too). End-to-end distributed tracing gives developers full clarity into their most complex serverless and containerized applications, connecting every service from AWS Lambda and Amazon ECS to DynamoDB, API Gateways, Step Functions and more. Try Lumigo free and debug 3x faster, reduce error rate and speed up development. Visit snark.cloud/lumigo That's snark.cloud/L-U-M-I-G-OCorey: So, I've been on record a lot saying that the best database is TXT records stuffed into Route 53, which works super well as a gag, let's be clear, don't actually build something on top of this, that's a disaster waiting to happen. I don't want to destroy anyone's career as I do this. But you do have a much more viable competitive threat on the landscape. And that is quite simply using the open-source version of InfluxDB. What is the tipping point where, “Huh, I can run this myself,” turns into, “But I shouldn't. I should instead give money to other people to run it for me.”Because having been an engineer, where I believe I'm the world's greatest everything, when it comes to my environment—a fact provably untrue, but that hubris never quite goes away entirely—at what point am I basically being negligent not to start dealing with you in a more formalized business context?Brian: First of all, let me say that we have many customers, many developers out there who are running open-source and it works perfectly for them. The workload is just right, the deployment makes sense. And so, there are many production workloads we're using open-source. But typically, the kind of big turning point for people is on scale, scale, and overall performance related to that. And so, that's typically when they come and look at one of the two commercial offers.So, to start, open-source is a great place to, you know, kind of begin the journey, check it out, do that level of experimentation and kind of proof of concept. We also have 60,000-plus developers using our introductory cloud service, which is a free service. You simply sign up and can begin immediately putting data into the platform and building queries, and you don't have to worry about any of the setup and running servers to deploy software. So, both of those, the open-source and our cloud product are excellent ways to get started. And then when it comes time to really think about building in production and moving up in scale, we have our two commercial offers.And the first of those is InfluxDB Cloud, which is our cloud-native fully managed by InfluxData offering. We run this not only in AWS but also in Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. It's a usage-based service, which means you pay exactly for what you use, and the three components that people pay for our data in, number of queries, and the amount of data you store in storage. We also for those who are interested in actually managing it themselves, we have InfluxDB Enterprise, which is a software subscription-base model, and it is self-managed by the customer in their environment. Now, that environment could be their own private cloud, it also could be on-premises in their own data center.And so, lots of fun people who are a little bit more oriented to kind of manage software themselves rather than using a service gear toward that. But both those commercial offers InfluxDB Cloud and InfluxDB Enterprise are really designed for, you know, massive scale. In the case of Cloud, I mentioned earlier with the new storage engine, you can hit unlimited cardinality, which means you have no limit on the number of time series you can put into the platform, which is a pretty big game-changing concept. And so, that means however many time-series sources you have and however many series they're emitting, you can run that without a problem without any sort of upper limit in our cloud product. Over on the enterprise side with our self-managed product, that means you can deploy a cluster of whatever size you want. It could be a two-by-four, it could be a four-by-eight, or something even larger. And so, it gives people that are managing in their own private cloud or in a data center environment, really their own options to kind of construct exactly what they need for their particular use case.Corey: Does your object storage layer make it easier to dynamically change clusters on the fly? I mean, historically, running things in a pre-provisioned cluster with EBS volumes or local disk was, “Oh, great. You want to resize something? Well, we're going to be either taking an outage or we're going to be building up something, migrating data live, and there's going to be a knife-switch cutover at some point that makes things relatively unfortunate.” It seems that once you abstract the storage layer away from anything resembling an instance that you would be able to get away from some of those architectural constraints.Brian: Yeah, that's really the promise, and what is delivered in our cloud product is that you no longer, as a developer, have to think about that if you're using that product. You don't have to think about how big the cluster is going to be, you don't have to think about these kind of disaster scenarios. It is all kind of pre-architected in the service. And so, the things that we really want to deliver to people, in addition to the elimination of that concern for what the underlying infrastructure looks like and how its operating. And so, with infrastructure concerns kind of out of the way, what we want to deliver on are kind of the things that people care most about: real-time query speed.So, now with this new storage engine, you can query data across any time series within milliseconds, 100 times faster queries against high cardinality data that was previously impossible. And we also have unlimited time-series volume. Again, any total number of time series you have, which is known as cardinality, is now able to run without a problem in the platform. And then we also have kind of opening up, we're opening up the aperture a bit for developers with SQL language support. And so, this is just a whole new world of flexibility for developers to begin building on the platform. And again, this is all in the way that people are using the product without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure.Corey: For most companies—and this does not apply to you—their core competency is not running time-series databases and the infrastructure attendant thereof, so it seems like it is absolutely a great candidate for, “You know, we really could make this someone else's problem and let us instead focus on the differentiated thing that we are doing or building or complaining about.”Brian: Yeah, that's a true statement. Typically what happens with time-series data is that people first of all, don't realize they have it, and then when they realize they have time-series data, you know, the first thing they'll do is look around and say, “Well, what do I have here?” You know, I have this relational database over here or this document database over here, maybe even this, kind of, search database over here, maybe that thing can handle time series. And in a light manner, it probably does the job. But like I said, the sources of data and just the volume of time series is expanding, really across all these different use cases, exponentially.And so, pretty quickly, people realize that thing that may be able to handle time series in some minor manner, is quickly no longer able to do it. They're just not purpose-built for it. And so, that's where really they come to a product like Influx to really handle this specific problem. We're built specifically for this purpose and so as the time-series workload expands when it kind of hits that tipping point, you really need a specialized tool.Corey: Last question, before I turn you loose to prepare for re:Invent, of course—well, I guess we'll ask you a little bit about that afterwards, but first, we can talk a lot theoretically about what your product could or might theoretically do. What are you actually seeing? What are the use cases that other than the stereotypical ones we've talked about, what have you seen people using it for that surprised you?Brian: Yeah, some of it is—it's just really interesting how it connects to, you know, things you see every day and/or use every day. I mean, chances are, many people listening have probably use InfluxDB and, you know, perhaps didn't know it. You know, if anyone has been to a home that has Tesla Powerwalls—Tesla is a customer of ours—then they've seen InfluxDB in action. Tesla's pulling time-series data from these connected Powerwalls that are in solar-powered homes, and they monitor things like health and availability and performance of those solar panels and the battery setup, et cetera. And they're collecting this at the edge and then sending that back into the hub where InfluxDB is running on their back end.So, if you've ever seen this deployed like that's InfluxDB running behind the scenes. Same goes, I'm sure many people have a Nest thermostat in their house. Nest monitors the infrastructure, actually the powers that collection of IoT data collection. So, you think of this as InfluxDB running behind the scenes to monitor what infrastructure is standing up that back-end Nest service. And this includes their use of Kubernetes and other software infrastructure that's run in their platform for collection, managing, transforming, and analyzing all of this aggregate device data that's out there.Another one, especially for those of us that streamed our minds out during the pandemic, Disney+ entertainment, streaming, and delivery of that to applications and to devices in the home. And so, you know, this hugely popular Disney+ streaming service is essentially a global content delivery network for distributing all these, you know, movies and video series to all the users worldwide. And they monitor the movement and performance of that video content through this global CDN using InfluxDB. So, those are a few where you probably walk by something like this multiple times a week, or in our case of Disney+ probably watching it once a day. And it's great to see InfluxDB kind of working behind the scenes there.Corey: It's one of those things where it's, I guess we'll call it plumbing, for lack of a better term. It's not the sort of thing that people are going to put front-and-center into any product or service that they wind up providing, you know, except for you folks. Instead, it's the thing that empowers a capability behind that product or service that is often taken for granted, just because until you understand the dizzying complexity, particularly at scale, of what these things have to do under the hood, it just—well yeah, of course, it works that way. Why shouldn't it? That's an expectation I have of the product because it's always had that. Yeah, but this is how it gets there.Brian: Our thesis really is that data is best understood through the lens of time. And as this data is expanding exponentially, time becomes increasingly the, kind of, common element, the common component that you're using to kind of view what happened. That could be what's running through a telecom network, what's happening with the devices that are connected that network, the movement of data through that network, and when, what's happening with subscribers and content pushing through a CDN on a streaming service, what's happening with climate and home data in hundreds of thousands, if not millions of homes through common device like a Nest thermostat. All of these things they attach to some real-world collection of data, and as long as that's happening, there's going to be a place for time-series data and tools that are optimized to handle it.Corey: So, my last question—for real this time—we are recording this the week before re:Invent 2022. What do you hope to see, what do you expect to see, what do you fear to see?Brian: No fears. Even though it's Vegas, no fears.Corey: I do have the super-spreader event fear, but that's a separate—Brian: [laugh].Corey: That's a separate issue. Neither one of us are deep into the epidemiology weeds, to my understanding. But yeah, let's just bound this to tech, let's be clear.Brian: Yeah, so first of all, we're really excited to go there. We'll have a pretty big presence. We have a few different locations where you can meet us. We'll have a booth on the main show floor, we'll be in the marketplace pavilion, as I mentioned, InfluxDB Cloud is offered across the marketplaces of each of the clouds, AWS, obviously in this case, but also in Azure and Google. But we'll be there in the AWS Marketplace pavilion, showcasing the new engine and a lot of the pretty exciting new use cases that we've been seeing.And we'll have our full team there, so if you're looking to kind of learn more about InfluxDB, or you've checked it out recently and want to understand kind of what the new capability is, we'll have many folks from our technical teams there, from our development team, some our field folks like the SEs and some of the product managers will be there as well. So, we'll have a pretty great collection of experts on InfluxDB to answer any questions and walk people through, you know, demonstrations and use cases.Corey: I look forward to it. I will be doing my traditional Wednesday afternoon tour through the expo halls and nature walk, so if you're listening to this and it's before Wednesday afternoon, come and find me. I am kicking off and ending at the [unintelligible 00:29:15] booth, but I will make it a point to come by the Influx booth and give you folks a hard time because that's what I do.Brian: We love it. Please. You know, being on the tour is—on the walking tour is excellent. We'll be mentally prepared. We'll have some comebacks ready for you.Corey: Therapists are standing by on both sides.Brian: Yes, exactly. Anyway, we're really looking forward to it. This will be my third year on your walking tour. So, the nature walk is one of my favorite parts of AWS re:Invent.Corey: Well, I appreciate that. Thank you. And thank you for your time today. I will let you get back to your no doubt frenzied preparations. At least they are on my side.Brian: We will. Thanks so much for having me and really excited to do it.Corey: Brian Mullen, CMO at InfluxData, I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with an insulting comment that you naively believe will be stored as a TXT record in a DNS server somewhere rather than what is almost certainly a time-series database.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Army Wife Talk Radio brought to you by Army Wife Network
AWTR Show #943: Women’s Health Update

Army Wife Talk Radio brought to you by Army Wife Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 41:39


Today on Army Wife Talk Radio it's a Military Women's Health Update. We have the rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the inner workings of the Department of Health Affairs with the current Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, Ms. Seileen Mullen.  Her auspicious 30-year career has been in or around military health - serving both in the public and private sectors. Notably, Ms. Mullen served on the Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002. More recently, she has served as a member of the Virginia Medical Reserve Corps during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. Mullen is also a recipient of the Department of Defense Outstanding Public Service Award. On today's episode, Ms. Mullen shares the latest about military women's health and contraception (for both military members and milspouses), mental health services, and how to prepare for the winter flu, RSV, and COVID season. Check out tricare.mil and health.mil for the latest information about viruses and vaccines. Ms. Mullen has got our six. Her passion for advocating for women's health and autonomy is truly empowering! A big thanks to Ms. Seileen Mullen. The post AWTR Show #943: Women's Health Update first appeared on Army Wife Network.

The LoCo Experience
EXPERIENCE 91 | Mandy Mullen at the Intersection of Fitness & Community

The LoCo Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 135:59 Transcription Available


Mandy Mullen is the Founder and Owner of the Run Windsor Race Series. She also founded and serves as  Executive Director of Windsor Gives, a non-profit extension providing fitness opportunities and education throughout the community. Mandy is a mom on a mission to be healthy and to encourage physical and mental fitness in youth and across entire communities.  In this episode, we talk about the beginnings and evolution of Run Windsor, a costly and ultimately failed effort to develop a gym and fitness center - victim of the pandemic - and Mandy's dreams of encouraging the union of fitness and community in towns and cities everywhere.  Mandy is smart, kind, transparent, and a whole lot of fun to have conversation with.  And, for the runners and aspiring runners, Mandy shares descriptions of ultra-marathon races, including the Leadville 100 - which she recently completed.  800 runners registered, 700 started, and 300 finished - she's a beast!  (and she was still missing most of her toenails during our interview)Finally, a correction - in our conversation Mandy shares the story of running her first 50 mile race as a 24-hour sub, when her business partner's wife had a baby early and her husband wanted a travel and running partner for the event.  In the lead-up she said that she had run 900 miles in the month of January, which would have made a 50-miler no big deal - that was an unintentional exaggeration - she actually ran 400 miles that January, before running the 50-miler on January 31.  Of course she crushed it, sprinting to the finish and feeling fine.  Check out Run Windsor 

The One Where...
We Talk About Friends...a bit (with Dave Mullen)

The One Where...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 51:27


Comedian Dave Mullen (@comedydaveman) joins Kyle to chat about...well everything.   Produced by: @lucasjefcoate Artwork by: Tom Ryan (@tom1994ryan)

Stock Day Media
Mullen Automotive CEO, David Michery, is featured on The Stock Day Podcast

Stock Day Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 24:38


The Stock Day Podcast welcomed Mullen Automotive (MULN)(“the Company”), a Southern California-based automotive company building the next generation of premium electric vehicles (EVs) that are affordable and built entirely in the United States. CEO of the Company, David Michery, joined Stock Day host Everett Jolly. 

Cool Girls Only
Natural Health Remedies with Nina Mullen of Hilma: building a natural supplement brand, digestive health for women, & what to look for when buying vitamins

Cool Girls Only

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 32:30


Jordan had the pleasure of chatting with Nina Mullen, co-founder of Hilma. So many topics discussed in this episode including Nina's journey starting the brand, digestive health, what to look for when purchasing supplements, & more. happy listening cool girls! Check out Hilma! Connect w/ us Join our geneva community - HERE Subscribe to our new and improved newsletter - Subscribe HERE Need advice? ASK US - Wine Night Advice Form Follow us @coolgirlsonlypodcast Website - coolgirlsonly.com Say hi - hello@coolgirsonly.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coolgirlsonly/support

American Cinematographer Podcasts
American Cinematographer Manual / M. David Mullen, ASC, Rob Hummel, Jay Holben, Episode #113

American Cinematographer Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 45:00


Recorded at the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood, M. David Mullen, ASC and associate members Rob Hummel and Jay Holben talk about the process of writing and editing the 11th edition of the American Cinematographer Manual. 

Three Guys from Da Southside
Mullen's Return

Three Guys from Da Southside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 38:20


With Dave serving a 1-week suspension, Founding Father Mike Mullen joins the show to lay out some picks for this weekends' slate of action.,

Hardtack
16. Vietnam: Operation Pony Express

Hardtack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 26:19


Join us this week as we discover the clandestine missions of the United States Air Force 20th Special Operations Squadron in Vietnam and Operation Pony Express. Operation Pony Express was one of the most successful operations conducted during the Vietnam War, and the efforts of the United States Air Force 20th SOS went beyond the borders of Vietnam in direct opposition to communist pursuits in the whole of Southeast Asia. You can find the Hardtack Community on all of our socials via our linktree. If you have any feedback on our episodes or suggestions for future episodes, please send us an email: hardtackpod@gmail.com Don't forget to rate us and smash that subscribe button! Make your Own Hardtack! Hardtack Recipe (Survival Bread) - Bread Dad Civil War Recipe: Hardtack (1861) – The American Table Sources: Anderson, David L. The Columbia History of the Vietnam War. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 2017. Haas, Michael E., and Dale K. Robinson. Air Commando! :1950-1975: Twenty-Five Years at the Tip of the Spear. Hurlburt Field, FL: Air Force Special Operations Command, 1994. Leary, William M. “CIA Air Operations in Laos, 1955-1974 Supporting the ‘Secret War.'” Studies in Intelligence, 1999, 71–86. https://www.cia.gov/static/b0ded4a88b63ece00c9eb41369812fda/CIA-Air-Ops-Laos.pdf. Mullen, Max, and Keith Mullen. Pony Express Pilot Max Mullen's Flight Log December 1967. Keith Mullen, May 20, 2020. Mutza, Wayne. Green Hornets: The History of the U.S. Air Force 20th Special Operations Squadron. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2007. “T. O. 1H-3(C)E-1 Flight Manual USAF Series CH-3E and HH-3E Helicopters.” United States Air Force Printing Office, September 1, 1973. “TM 55-1520-210-10 OPERATOR'S MANUAL ARMY MODEL UH-1H/V HELICOPTERS.” Washington D.C.: Headquarters Department of the Army, February 15, 1988. Vergun, David. “Grueling 38-Hour Struggle in Jungle Leads to Medal of Honor.” www.army.mil, September 15, 2014. https://www.army.mil/article/132963/grueling_38_hour_struggle_in_jungle_leads_to_medal_of_honor. Vietnam Outline Map Without Political Boundaries. Mapsofworld.com. Accessed December 17, 2021. https://www.mapsofworld.com/vietnam/vietnam-outline-map.html. Whitlow, Robert H., and Jack Shulimson. US Marines in Vietnam. Www.marines.mil. History and Museums Division Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, 1982. https://www.marines.mil/Portals/1/Publications/US%20Marines%20in%20Vietnam%20An%20Expanding%20War%201966%20%20PCN%2019000308600_1.pdf?ver=2012-10-11-164136-230. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hardtackpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardtackpod/support

Texas Appellate Law Podcast
The Intersection of Appellate Law and Public Interest Practice | Hannah Mullen

Texas Appellate Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 41:20


Public-interest litigation is not for the faint of heart. So often, attorneys find themselves battling opponents with resources and influence or precedent that makes it difficult to prevail. But fighting to preserve rights and help vulnerable clients provides many different rewards. In this episode, Jody Sanders and Todd Smith interview Hannah Mullen, a staff attorney at the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Legal Defense Fund (CAIR LDF), about practicing public-interest litigation and its benefits and challenges. Hannah also shares her experience as a fellow in the Georgetown Immersion Clinic and her perspective on trial versus appellate practice.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »A special thanks to our sponsors:Court Surety Bond AgencyThomson ReutersProudly presented by Butler Snow LLPJoin the Texas Appellate Law Podcast Community today:texapplawpod.comTwitterYouTube

Contractor Evolution
81. Thinking Of Building Your Own Software? Here's What It Takes - Tanner Mullen

Contractor Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 48:41


To apply for a Breakthrough Academy Business Assessment click here: https://trybta.com/PCEP81 Find the dripjobs CRM Here:  https://www.dripjobs.com/ If you're ambitious and always looking for an opportunity, you might have thought about building a software product to ‘fill a gap' in your business. You hear this story on podcasts, or youtube videos…maybe from a friend. Some contractor out there got frustrated with a lack of software in their business and they decided to do something about it. They decided to build it themselves. And then became bajillionaires. But is it really that easy? To find out, we invited Tanner Mullen of Dripjobs to share the realities of building a software company while still running a painting business. If you'd like to learn more about the SaaS building process, managing multiple companies, and how to sell your software, listen to this episode. Episode Highlights: How to train your team to manage the client so you free up your time for other things How to manage your calendar when you're running 2 businesses and a family The process of designing a CRM with programmers when nothing else seems to fit your business model Tactics that work to gain the sales advantage when pitching a SAS product from a successful salesman turned contractor What a 'Unique Mechanism' is, and why most contractors are not using it to their advantage  What Tanner wishes he knew when he started both of his businesses See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Comedy Pinata
Ep. 43 | Jeffries, Porter and Mullen

Comedy Pinata

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 35:31 Transcription Available


Steve and Reno are back to break down stand up from Jim Jeffries, Chris Porter and Nick Mullen.    Live Dates - www.stevebyrnelive.com  IG - instagram.com/stevebyrnelive  Twitter - twitter.com/stevebyrnelive  Facebook - Facebook.com/stevebyrnelive

FITSNews Week in Review
Murdaugh Alibi Falling Apart alongside Dem Midterm Prospects, Carmen Mullen Probegate Scandal

FITSNews Week in Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 37:56


The Ben Joravsky Show
First Tuesdays At The Nighthawk: Michilla Blaise & Ed Mullen

The Ben Joravsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 76:48


Ben & Maya host November's First Tuesday show at a new location--the Nighthawk on Kimball. On tap--the coming elections. Especially judicial. Especially the Supremes. No, not the Diana Ross Supremes. But the seven justices of the state supreme court. If MAGA seizes control of that court, they will be in position to undo abortion rights, collective bargaining rights and environmental regulations. Attorney Ed Mullen and political strategist Michilla Blaise explain what's at stake. Also, shout out to Mo Dunne & Amanda Miley at Injustice Watch for working so diligently to get this together--without you, there would be no show. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Mark Howley Show
Grant Mullen: Singer and Guitarist for the Naked Giants

The Mark Howley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 41:52


Today on The Mark Howley Show, Mark interviews Grant Mullen, guitarist and singer of the Seattle based trio Naked Giants! Grant opens up about his upbringing, passion for music starting from a young age, touring the world, and the rise of Naked Giants. A peak behind the curtain of a committed musician who burst onto the national music scene with Naked Giant's 2018 full-length debut, SLUFF.  Their unhinged pop-punk-grunge-surf-rock is well worth checking out after your listen to our interview with Grant Mullen.

A World of Difference
Restore: Dr. Wade Mullen on Something's Not Right, Spiritual Abuse, Impression Management, and Decoding Language to Free Survivors From Dark Secrets Backstage Behind the Church Curtain

A World of Difference

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 65:37


https://www.patreon.com/aworldofdifference (Become a patron of this podcast), and enjoy free merch. Join other patrons of this podcast at https://www.patreon.com/aworldofdifference (Patreon). ********** https://wadetmullen.com/ (Dr. Wade Mullen) is the author ofhttps://amzn.to/3DqPqLm ( Something's Not Right: Decoding the Hidden Tactics of Abuse – and Freeing Yourself From Its Power). Dr. Mullen is a world renowned expert on abuse in the church. He served ten years in pastoral ministry and then five years as a seminary M.Div. program director and assistant professor before transitioning to full-time research and writing, consulting, speaking, and advocacy. Wade earned a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies and completed a dissertation titled “Impression Management Strategies Used by Evangelical Organizations in the Wake of an Image-threatening Event.” You can get that dissertation for free https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rXrd8MYay5Vg5s7JXFx7S91hDTlm1CVX/view (here). He founded Pellucid Consulting in the Fall of 2021 to provide consulting and independent assessment services for institutions. He started a Substack Newsletter called https://wademullen.substack.com/ (Pellucid) in the Fall of 2021 where I write about the ways in which deception is used to abuse and cover up abuse and how leaders and institutions can act with integrity and speak truthfully. The content is free, but there are also paid options for those who want to support my work. He speaks on occasion at events related to the subject of abuse and institutional response and participates as a guest on podcasts. You can listen to the podcasts https://wadetmullen.com/interviews/ (here). He continues to engage in research efforts to better understand abuse within Christian cultures and institutions. I'm currently working on preparing a manuscript for a second book. He has also been serving when needed as an institutional response specialist with https://www.netgrace.org/ (GRACE) since 2020, assisting them primarily with institutional assessments. Wade's work in the local church first introduced him to the needs of abuse victims and the potential for institutional betrayal and trauma when those who are supposed to protect the victim(s) choose to protect the abuser(s). He also learned the challenge of advocating from within and how to confront the system when necessary.  His personal story is told in a profile piece by https://sojo.net/magazine/november-2019/how-we-let-abuse-thrive (Sojourner's Magazine) and in a talk he gave at the https://churchleaders.com/news/379648-wade-mullen-spiritual-abuse.html (Restore conference in Chicago). Resources Dr. Mullen mentioned: https://amzn.to/3h3W9mP (Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership) by Craig E. Johnson https://amzn.to/3WhB5JP (Blind to Betrayal: Why We Fool Ourselves We Aren't Being Fooled) by Jennifer Freyd https://youtu.be/4BU3pwBa0qU (Narcissm and the Systems it Breeds) video of Dr. Diane Langberg's presentation https://amzn.to/3h4NvnV (When Narcissism Comes to Church) by Dr. Chuck DeGroat https://amzn.to/3h2HFUg (A Church Called TOV) by Dr. Scot McKnight and Laura Barringer https://amzn.to/3DrCkxe (Redeeming Power: Understanding Authority and Abuse in the Church) by Dr. Diane Langberg https://amzn.to/3TbMhoB (Suffering and the Heart of God) by Dr. Diane Langberg https://amzn.to/3zAaTA5 (Stalking the Soul: Emotional Abuse and the Erosion of Identity) by Marie-France Hirigoyen https://amzn.to/3TYlxJk (The Verbally Abusive Relationship) by Patricia Evans https://amzn.to/3h5zc2N (Is Nothing Sacred? The Story of a Pastor, the Women He Sexually Abused and the Church He Nearly Destroyed) by Marie M. Fortune https://amzn.to/3sPd6UF (Whispering Truth to Power: Everyday Resistance to Reconciliation in Postgenocide Rwanda) by Susan Thomson The A World of Difference Podcast is brought to you in partnership with https://www.missioalliance.org/ (Missio Alliance)....

Are You Serious Sports
-Auburn Fires Head Coach Bryan Harsin? Who do they hire next: Deion? Kiffin? Mullen? -Reaction to 1st CFB Playoff Rankings for SEC Teams, What is right and what's wrong? -Big Game Previews, Tennessee Georgia, Alabama LSU

Are You Serious Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 74:40


Perfume Room
72. The Scottish Fragrance Brand Crafting Everything In-House (w/ Jorum Studio Co-Founders Euan McCall and Chloe Mullen)

Perfume Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 56:28


Jorum Studio, one of my *new* fave-ever indie fragrance brands, is in the Perfume Room today! I chat with Co-Founders Euan McCall and Chloe Mullen about the perfume scene in Scotland, the irreverence of the brand not just in their actual fragrances, but in how they source inspiration, the fragrance oil house (Scotland's only one, btw) to fragrance brand pipeline, and why the best thing you can be as an entrepreneur is naive. FRAGS MENTIONED: 1509 Oil, Le Labo Bergamot 22, Xerjoff Apollonia, Jorum Studio: Gorseland, Athenaeum, Firewater, Arran Aromatics, Isle of Skye Candle Company, Essence of Harris, Guerlain, Chanel, Lanvin, Maison Margiela Untitled, Chanel 19, Jorum Studio: Gorseland, Trimerous, Pentimento, Fantosmia, Carduus, Elegy; Dior Homme SHOP JORUM ON luckyscent.com 10% OFF WITH CODE 10PR FOLLOW @jorumstudio FOLLOW PERFUME ROOM: @perfumeroompod (IG) @emma_vern (TT)

StockInvest.us Stock Podcast
#44/2022 - Profit, profit, profit - The Trading Game - Stock podcast & Trading Tips With Jim Stromberg

StockInvest.us Stock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 41:41


Last week's trading tips gave one substantial profit after the other, with Mullen and Nio returning more than 20% in just a few days. The question is if we can keep up the trading game in this week's podcast, where we think Meta can yield some good profit on a short-term swing traded after last week's quarter result hammering. The buy signals again start to be high, and do this means we are coming to the end of the short-term upswing in the market's last few weeks? We have tried to answer this and more questions in this week's stock podcast with Jim Stromberg. During the week, FOMA will come with the interest rate decisions and last month's job numbers follow shortly after. Both of these events can move the market and set the tone for the rest of the year.

Winfluence - The Influence Marketing Podcast
Tapping into Human Behavior to Be a Better Marketer

Winfluence - The Influence Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 28:36


When you pull back from the narrow focus of influence and influence marketing and look at marketing and advertising overall, the linchpin to being successful in any of this stuff we call a job or career is understanding consumers. The first rule of any type of communications is to know your audience. If you don't know them, or don't start there, you're creating a long way to the goal rather than an efficient one. But it's more than just understanding where they live, how much money they make, their gender, age and ethnicity. To be really good at persuading an audience to take action, you also have to understand their behavior, their psychology and as much as you can, get in their heads. Nancy Harhut studies human behavior. Her background is in the advertising world. She spent time at Mullen and Hill Holiday in Boston. She's been a creative director which may sound nothing like studying human behavior. But the best creatives put that topic at the front of their mind to better inform their ideas. Nancy has a new book out called Using Behavioral Science in Marketing. It's actually refreshing to see a book about understanding consumer's brains coming from someone other than a researcher or scientist, though I love me some Roger Dooley and Martin Lindstrom.   I asked Nancy to join us to talk about human behavior through the eyes of a marketing creative person, to uncover how those insights can help creators, agencies and brands in the influence space and beyond.  This episode of Winfluence is presented by Tagger, the complete influencer marketing software platform. Sign up for a free demo today at jasonfalls.co/tagger. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talking Dawgs: A UGA Football and Basketball podcast

Florida is the worst. We crushed them. We stomped them. Nappier is a Mullen 2.0. Kirby loves lowering the boom. Jalen Carter was back. Dumas Johnson is a stud. Brock Bower is something that no one has ever seen before. Daniel and Clint talk about the Dawgs the way you would if you had a podcast. M-F Everywhere podcasts are found. Football. Basketball. College Sports. Locked On Podcast Georgia. Your team, everyday. Twitter: dawgspodcast We'd like to thank LinkedIn Jobs for being the official College Football Recruiting sponsor across the Locked On College Network. LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn Dot Com slash lockedoncollege. Terms and conditions apply.   LinkedIn I'd like to thank LinkedIn Jobs for being the official College Football Recruiting sponsor across the Locked On College Network. LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn Dot Com slash lockedoncollege. Terms and conditions apply.   BetOnline Today's Episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts!   Upside Today's episode is brought to you by Upside. Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more.    Underdog Today's episode is brought to you by Underdog. Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100!   SimpliSafe Today's episode of [Show Name] is sponsored by SimpliSafe Home Security. With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe dot com slash LockedOnCollege to learn more.   Sponsor Show Notes Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!   LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply.   Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order.   BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts!   Upside Download the FREE Upside App and use promo code Locked to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more.    Underdog Fantasy Sign up on underdogfantasy.com with the promo code LOCKED ON and get your first deposit doubled up to $100!   SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnCollege to learn more. Voicemail: 731-630-1065 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Highlights from Off The Ball
Will we ever see Katie Taylor in Croke Park? Ronan Mullen

Highlights from Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 10:54


Adrian Barry & Johnny Ward are joined by Ronan Mullen to preview Katie Taylor's fight on Saturday night, and the possibility of her rematch with Amanda Serrano. Catch OTB's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for OTB AM and get the podcast on the OTB Sports app or wherever you listen to yours. SUBSCRIBE and FOLLOW the OTB AM podcast. #OTBAM is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball, in association with Gillette | #EffortlessFlow

Murdaugh Murders Podcast
Land of No Consequences: ‘Judge Mullen Is Wanting To Make Stuff Up' (S01E65)

Murdaugh Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 60:17 Very Popular


Last week we revealed that 14th Circuit Judge Carmen Mullen — who has been a key figure in the Murdaugh world — tried to create a crime and orchestrate the arrest of a man with psychiatric vulnerabilities in her neighborhood five years ago. This week, we have the recordings showing what she did — and her behavior is far worse than it sounded on paper. Once again, Mandy and Liz take on the judicial system and call on the state Supreme Court to stop looking the other way on judicial misconduct.  I don't know how many more disturbing stories the justices on the Supreme Court of South Carolina need to hear about Judge Carmen Mullen or how many more times her integrity needs to be publicly questioned before they pull their heads out of the sand and take action. Stay tuned for a bonus episode of Cup of Justice this week as we peer deeper into this mess and the circus of hearing last Thursday. SUNscribe to our free email list to get alerts on bonus episodes, calls to action, new shows and updates. AND by sharing your email, we'll send details on exclusive content only available from our upcoming SUNScription platform - CLICK HERE to learn more: https://bit.ly/3KBMJcP And a special thank you to our sponsors: Microdose.com, VOURI, and others. Use promo code "MANDY" for a special offer! Find us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/MurdaughPod/ https://www.instagram.com/murdaughmurderspod/ Twitter.com/mandymatney YouTube Support Our Podcast at: https://murdaughmurderspodcast.com/support-the-show Please consider sharing your support by leaving a review on Apple at the following link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/murdaugh-murders-podcast/id1573560247 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Know Direction Network
Presenting – Andrew Mullen

Know Direction Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022


John chatted with freelance author and game designer Andrew Mullen about his projects, including his upcoming Luminant Age campaign setting for Pathfinder 2e. Listen Now!(mp3)  

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
OC Office Hour - Creating Explosive Plays - Jeff Mullen

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 48:14


Jeff Mullen joins Keith today on our weekly in-season series The OC Office Hour to discuss creating explosive runs and passes. Coach Mullen is the former OC at West Virginia University and UNC-Charlotte. He served as RB the OT and TE coach at Ohio University from 1995-2000. From there he moved on to Wake Forest as OT & TE and the QB coach. At WVU he served as QB coach and OC and did the same at UNC-Charlotte. Mullen has had success at every stop in his career. Show notes: -Mike Earys study -27 first downs -Coach Mullen's definition -Creating explosive runs -Best runs and formations with tempo -Numbers runs -Sweeps and reverses -Orbit sweep -QB as Runner -Power Read -Pin and Pull RPO -Tagging the boundary X -Importance of Fly and orbit -The reverse -Defining efficient plays -Blocking the reverse -Explosive passes -Thoughts on RPO -Play Action must look like run for 3 steps -Bob Wylie - Run Action must sound like run -Selling the run -Offensive line in play action -Run action as an answer -Creating Look alike plays -Game planning off of 4 core runs -Jab-jab-left hook -Play calling anticipation -Strategy for openers -Scripting openers OC Office Hour Week 0 with Jeff Mullen: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/oc-office-hour-with-jeff-mullen Big O System: https://coachtube.com/jeffmullen

Thirty Minute Mentors
Episode 146: Insight CEO Joyce Mullen

Thirty Minute Mentors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 31:44


A Fortune 500 CEO, Joyce Mullin is one of the most successful women in the world of technology. Joyce is the CEO of Insight, a $9.4 billion business with more than 12,000 employees across 19 countries. Joyce joins Adam to share her journey and best lessons learned along the way. Joyce and Adam discuss a wide range of topics: personal and professional development; leadership; building winning teams and cultures; diversity and inclusion; managing competing priorities; learning from failure; and more.

Murdaugh Murders Podcast
Cup Of Justice Bonus 5: Motions, Motives & Mullen

Murdaugh Murders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 45:42 Very Popular


Mandy Matney took a moment to chat with Liz Farrell and Eric Bland to review a few legal maneuvers from the Murdaugh camp. Plus the team discusses a bombshell police report that alleges Carmen Mullen (spelled “Judge Mullins” in the report) injected herself into a neighborhood dispute and attempted to use her judicial position to incarcerate one of the parties without legal authority. Thanks to quick thinking by BCSO deputies, the injustice stopped there. Listen to COJ #5 for the whole story and SUNscribe to our email list to get the full police report as you follow along with a FULL Cup of Justice. You won't want to miss this!! We all want to drink from the same Cup of Justice — and it starts with learning about our legal system. What questions do y'all have for us? Email info@murdaughmurderspodcast.com and we'll do our best to answer your questions in these bonus episodes. SUNscribe to our free email list to get alerts on bonus episodes, calls to action, new shows and updates. AND by sharing your email, we'll send details on exclusive content only available from our upcoming SUNScription platform - CLICK HERE to learn more: https://bit.ly/3KBMJcP And a special thank you to our sponsors: Microdose.com, VOURI, and others. Use promo code "MANDY" for a special offer! Find us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/MurdaughPod/ https://www.instagram.com/murdaughmurderspod/ Twitter.com/mandymatney YouTube Support Our Podcast at: https://murdaughmurderspodcast.com/support-the-show Please consider sharing your support by leaving a review on Apple at the following link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/murdaugh-murders-podcast/id1573560247 *The views expressed on the Cup of Justice bonus episodes do not constitute legal advice. Listeners desiring legal advice for any particular legal matter are urged to consult an attorney of their choosing who can provide legal advice based upon a full understanding of the facts and circumstances of their claim. The views expressed on the Cup of Justice episodes also do not express the views or opinions of Bland Richter, LLP, or its attorneys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Playmaker's Corner
Playmaker's Corner Episode 207: Week 8 and Inaugural Colorado Girls High School Flag Football State Tournament Recap

Playmaker's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 181:49


Not only do Kodey, Simon, and Gideon get you all squared away on league matchups, power rankings and playmakers of the game/week, but Simon and Kodey also found their way to UCHealth Training Facility to watch the VERY FIRST Girls Flag Football tournament in Colorado where a state champ was crowned and with every down history (or should we say HERSTORY) was made! Listen for full details! Timestamps 0:00-1:21 Code Red Coaching and Intro 1:22-13:45 Thursday Night Scores Recap 13:46-27:11 Northridge vs. Roosevelt 27:12-44:57 Friday Night Scores Recap 44:58-52:55 Mullen vs. Legacy 52:56-1:13:36 Colorado Springs Christian vs. Banning Lewis Academy 1:13:37-1:32:14 Longmont vs. Monarch 1:32:15-1:36:47 Saturday Scores Recap 1:36:48-1:39:18 Inaugural Colorado Girls Flag Football State Tournament (intro) 1:39:19-1:43:30 Columbine Flag vs. Kennedy Flag 1:43:31-1:47:47 Eaglecrest (Black) Flag vs. Denver East Flag 1:47:48-1:49:34 Evergreen Flag vs. Smoky Hill Flag 1:49:35-1:53:29 Cherry Creek vs. Northfield 1:53:30-1:57:00 Denver South vs. Kennedy 1:57:01-1:59:41 Chatfield vs. Eaglecrest 2 1:59:42-2:05:55 Eaglecrest 1 vs. Evergreen 2:05:56-2:09:12 Arvada West Flag vs. Cherry Creek Flag 2:09:13-2:14:04 Arvada West Flag vs. Evergreen Flag 2:14:05-2:18:05 Chatfield Flag vs. Denver South Flag 2:18:06-2:27:36 Arvada West Flag vs. Chatfield Flag 2:27:45-2:38:33 Playmakers of the Week 2:38:34-2:42:36 5A PMC Power Rankings 2:42:37-2:46:45 4A PMC Power Rankings 2:46:46-2:52:44 3A PMC Power Rankings 2:52:45-2:57:30 2A PMC Power Rankings 2:57:31-2:59:48 1A PMC Power Rankings 2:59:49-3:01:44 Outro/Announcements https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz

dunc tank
Daniel Mullen - Painter

dunc tank

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 55:22


Daniel Mullen is a Scottish painter based out of Rotterdam.

CBS This Morning - News on the Go
10/13: Alex Jones ordered to pay nearly $1 billion to Sandy Hook families. New report shows the economy continues to suffer from high inflation.

CBS This Morning - News on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 16:04


A jury determined the radio talk show host and conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, must pay nearly $1 billion in damages to the families of Sandy Hook shooting victims. Jones repeatedly called the school massacre "a hoax" on the air. Last year, a judge found him liable of defamation by default after he failed to produce documents demanded in the lawsuit. Now to the House select committee investigating the January 6th assault on the Capitol which will hold its last planned public hearing in just a few hours. Committee members say they will share never-before-seen images and revelations about the attack and new information about former President Trump's role in a plot to overturn the election results. Russia launched new attacks against the Kyiv region overnight and shelled a key city in the south of the country. They are the latest in a series of strikes that began with a wave of missile and drone attacks Monday. The Los Angeles city councilor who ignited widespread outrage with racist remarks, caught on tape, has resigned under heavy pressure. Two other councilors, heard on the same tape, are ignoring calls to step down. New fallout from the death of a Navy seal candidate, Kyle Mullen, who died in February of acute pneumonia just hours after completing the infamous "Hell Week," which is known for pushing trainees to their limits. Three Navy officers have been disciplined for overseeing training that resulted in Mullen's death. Breaking news, a new report showing the economy continues to suffer from stubbornly high inflation. The news, a short time ago, led to a sharp decline on Wall Street after the opening bell. Economists are concerned about the underlying rate of inflation which could force the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates even more in the coming months. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian hit Florida, the broken bridge to Sanibel Island has been fixed, and power crews are on the island. A new report says Ian was the 15th billion-dollar disaster in the U.S. this year.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Talk Back
Tuesday, Oct 11 - Poverello Center and Jesse Mullen

Talk Back

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 65:46


Stephanie Dolan and Clair Bopp talked about their 'Pumkins for the POV' fundraiser an dhow they are preparing to open their winter shelter. Jesse Mullen is running for Senate District 39. He talked about his campaign.

Drafting the Past
Episode 16: Abby Mullen Finds Focus

Drafting the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 37:41


In this episode, host Kate Carpenter interviews historian Dr. Abby Mullen, assistant professor of history at the United States Naval Acadmey. In her former role at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, Abby not only worked on software designed for historians, but she also created and hosted a narrative history podcast, Consolation Prize, which looked at U.S. diplomacy through the lens of the country's consuls. Kate and Abby talk about what it takes to write for a listening audience, the joys of using Tropy to manage primary source research, and much more.

Between Lewis & Lovecraft
Correspondence: Madi Mullen (Libro.FM)

Between Lewis & Lovecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 82:28


Madi Mullen is the Product Manager of Libro.fm She joins both Hannah and Tyler to talk about books, audiobook, Libro.FM and living in the Pacific Northwest.  If you want to support small businesses, and this podcast, you can go to this link https://tidd.ly/3BDh4Ul to get two free books and help our little show keep going.  Thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song: https://soundcloud.com/jakebassen As well as Cam Clawson, for our Correspondence Remix: https://soundcloud.com/camclawson7 Follow us on Instagram: @lewisandlovecraft @twclawson_pdx @thehannahray Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LewisandLovecraft/ Website: https://lewislovecraft.weebly.com/ Email: lewisandlovecraft@gmail.com

Connemara Pony Tales
HOYS '22 Riders with Vikki Smith, Vicki Casey and Ciara Mullen

Connemara Pony Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 39:55


 The Horse of the Year Show 2022 kicks off at the NEC in Birmingham tomorrow!  In this episode, I speak to three riders who have qualified their ponies.   Joining me are  Vicky Casey (UK), Vikki Smith (UK) and Ciara Mullen (IRE).We chat about their ponies, show preparation, behind the scenes and some of their top tips.

Guilt Free
10: Woke Antics ft. Danny Mullen

Guilt Free

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 71:42


Mia's boyfriend makes an appearance, as well as TikTok camel toe queen Midajah Rae.

Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ
Friday Night Bible Study | Eld. Dion Mullen

Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 25:46


Friday Night Bible Study | Eld. Dion Mullen

The JamBase Podcast
Episode 143: Ghost Light's Tom Hamilton & Raina Mullen

The JamBase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 57:49


Stream a 'JamBase Podcast' interview with Ghost Light's Tom Hamilton and Raina Mullen about the band's upcoming new album, 'The Healing,' and more.

The Cowbell Factors
"Breach Counsels-Why businesses need them after a cyber event", with Jennifer Coughlin of Mullen Coughlin, LLC

The Cowbell Factors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 26:37


This week's episode, Cowbell partner, Jennifer Coughlin, Founding Partner of Mullen Coughlin, LLC joins us to give our listeners an inside look at first- and third-party claims from the data privacy attorney's perspective. Jennifer covers the top 3 cyber events and the uptick in incident response matters. She also discusses the importance of organizations being better prepared and how cyber insurance plays a big role in that as well. This episode will also cover how to protect yourself as a small-medium size enterprise and how Cowbell Cyber has already done the hard work for policyholders, by identifying vendors that can help them have a better cyber risk profile. To learn more about Mullen Coughlin, LLC visit mullen.law To learn how to get a policy with Cowbell, visit cowbell.insure for more information.

Design Your Wedding Business
Inventory Management with Goodshuffle Pro Sales Manager Mallory Mullen

Design Your Wedding Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 29:21


Do you struggle to keep track of rentals and inventory?In the last few episodes of the podcast, we've talked about processes and systems that improve both the client experience and your experience as a business owner. In this episode, Mallory Mullen is here to teach us all about Goodshuffle Pro's powerful inventory management software. You may or may not already know that I'm an inventory nerd, so I'm excited to be sitting down with Mallory to learn more about Goodshuffle Pro and how it can serve you in your wedding planning business. When I was starting out, I had to make do with spreadsheets and word docs, so I would have been thrilled to have access to something like this! With over a decade of events experience, Mallory Mullen empowers event business owners to unlock their potential and reach their business goals. As a Sales Manager with Goodshuffle Pro, Mallory works with various companies, from small to large firms. Mallory solves their unique challenges, drives customer/client engagement, and ultimately generates more revenue for their businesses with her powerful insight.Tune in to find out how Goodshuffle Pro is changing the game for inventory management. I would love to connect on Facebook: www.facebook.com/JenTaylorConsulting & Instagram: www.instagram.com/jentaylorconsulting!Resources Mentioned:Schedule a Call to Learn More About Goodshuffle Pro: https://pro.goodshuffle.com/design-your-wedding-business/Follow @goodshuffle on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodshuffle/ Follow @eventlifemal on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eventlifemal/Connect with Goodshuffle on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodshuffleConnect with Goodshuffle on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/goodshuffle/Event Rental Inventory Management: Learn How To Keep Track of Inventory: https://pro.goodshuffle.com/education/event-inventory-managementParty Rental Marketing: Build the Best Event Business Website: https://pro.goodshuffle.com/education/website-strategy-for-event-companiesThis Event Company Cut Their Sales Process in Half and Booked More Business by Switching Software: https://pro.goodshuffle.com/education/case-studies/render-eventsGoodshuffle Pro's Website Wishlist Integration: https://pro.goodshuffle.com/integrations/website-wishlist/ Show notes available at  jentaylorconsulting.com/episode20

The Marketing Book Podcast
402 Using Behavioral Science in Marketing by Nancy Harhut

The Marketing Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 71:27 Very Popular


Using Behavioral Science in Marketing: Drive Customer Action and Loyalty by Prompting Instinctive Responses by Nancy Harhut About the Book: Increase engagement, response rates, and the ROI of marketing initiatives with this step-by-step guide to harnessing hardwired consumer behavior and instinctive responses. Using Behavioral Science in Marketing shows how to apply behavioral science principles in key areas of marketing, including marketing communications, email, direct mail and ad campaigns, social media marketing, and sales funnel conversion strategies. Highly practical and accessible, it includes case studies and examples from AT&T, Apple, Spotify, and The Wall Street Journal showing how these approaches have been used in practice. Using Behavioral Science in Marketing also reveals how to increase consumer involvement and engagement, convey exclusivity and desirability, and prompt customer action and loyalty with scientifically proven principles such as autonomy bias, storytelling, and the Von Restorff effect. Featuring common mistakes to avoid and key takeaways at the end of each chapter, it's also accompanied by downloadable checklists and an interactive template to use in practice. In a highly competitive space, where even an incremental advantage can result in significant uplifts, this is a crucial resource to create stand-out and successful marketing-especially for marketers in highly regulated or highly competitive environments. About the Author: Getting people to take action is what Nancy Harhut is all about. Her specialty is blending creativity with decision science to prompt response. A frequent speaker at industry conferences, Nancy has shared her passion with audiences worldwide including in London, Sydney, Moscow, Madrid, Stockholm, Sao Paulo, Berlin, and all over the US. Along the way, she's been named a Top 40 Digital Strategist, a Top 100 Creative Influencer, a Social Top 50 Email Marketing Leader, and one of The 10 Most Fascinating People in B2B Marketing. Prior to co-founding HBT Marketing in Boston, Nancy held senior creative management positions with Hill Holliday, Mullen, and Digitas. She and her teams have won over 200 awards for digital and direct marketing effectiveness. And, interesting fact – she plays the accordion! Click here for this episode's website page with the links mentioned during the interview... https://www.salesartillery.com/marketing-book-podcast/using-behavioral-science-marketing-nancy-harhut

Biohacking with Brittany
114. Generational Trauma, Body Image, Holistic Weight Loss and Balancing Hormones with Hannah Mullen, Certified Nutritionist and Women's Health Specialist

Biohacking with Brittany

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 69:45


Hannah Mullen, a Certified Nutritionist and Women's Health Specialist, joins me as we discuss dieting, generational trauma, eating disorders, hormone health, and nutrition for weight loss.  We talk about restrictive dieting and how it affects you and your health, trauma in health and dieting, CGMs, and much more.    We talk about:  03:00 - Doing the 75 Hard challenge 13:00 - Getting on an elimination diet 19:30 - Hannah Mullen's struggle with dieting growing up  23:00 - Looking at health on a cellular level and having a health first mindset 25:50 - Generational trauma and our health and dieting 30:30 - How Hannah helps her clients unravel the root cause of their health issues 31:30 - Biggest factors that are throwing your hormones off 35:00 - Getting a CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitor) 42:00 - The controversy about getting a CGM for non-diabetics 44:00 - Steps you can take to balance your hormones 49:00 - Making sure that you eat enough everyday 54:00 - The stress caused by having restrictive diets 58:00 - Drinking alcohol and making healthier decisions 01:04:00 - Microdosing to help with drinking   Resources: Hannah Mullen's website Hannah Mullen's Instagram   Let's Connect: Instagram Facebook My Amazon Storefront Subscribe to my newsletter Shop my favorite health products Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play   Sponsors:  Use my discount code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY at Sensate for $25 off today. Get your gut microbiome, oral microbiome and cellular health tested through Viome, and use my discount code is BIOHACKINGBRITTANY for 15% at checkout!  Use silver for your supporting your skin, teeth and internally from SilverBiotics and use code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY for 10% off!

Ready Set Mindful
039 Pro Tips from Physical Therapists: Athlete Identity, Mindset & Injury, Recovery tools for Athletes w/ Brock Labelle & Nici Mullen from Competitive Edge Physical Therapy

Ready Set Mindful

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 55:28


Are you an athlete who struggles with injuries or are trying to PREVENT injury?  This episode is  for you!! ✅In this episode I had the pleasure of sitting down with my 2 FAVORITE physical therapists of all time, Brock Labelle & Nici Mullen. These two work at Competitive Edge Physical Therapy in Tampa, FL and offer out of the box, individualized, cutting edge Physical Therapy and recovery tools for athletes and high performing individuals. I have so much respect for the work that they do and the care that they provide and wanted to share their mindful approach and pro tips on this episode.In this episode we discuss: ⚡️Athlete Identity and how that shifts through injury⚡️How using NEUBIE technology can ACCELERATE healing for athletes⚡️Benfits of PEMF  for athlete recovery⚡️The role of mindset in recovery⚡️Misconceptions about Physical Therapy and recovery⚡️Brock & Nici's mindfulness routines that keep them performing their bestIf you are in the Tampa, FL area checking out Competitive Edge Physical Therapy is a MUST!!These guys are incredibly friendly, talented, professional and get you FEELING better and back to playing the sport and activities that you LOVE. Make sure to check them out at@goceppro on IGhttps://goceppro.comIf you are enjoying the podcast make sure that you SHARE with a friend, SUBSCRIBE & leave us a REVIEW!Are you an athlete or high performer looking to level up your performance? Make sure to download your FREE mental performance toolkit!https://www.readysetmindful.comFollow us on IG & FB @readysetmindfulHappy listening & We'll see you on the next episode!

Sportlanders, The Podcast
Ep 6 The O'Leary Review Podcast - Darren Mullen - Smart Consulting Services

Sportlanders, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 35:18


Darren Mullen — originally from the New Orleans, Louisiana area moved to Tucson, Arizona in 2007 after completing a degree in Electrical Engineering. Darren worked in several different industries over the last decade-and-a-half, but he left the corporate world in April 2022 to concentrate on entrepreneurship. He is building a company known as Smart Consulting Services LLC. Under this company, he operates as Smartsheet Guru, which focuses on building solutions for and coaching clients on the use of Smartsheet, Appsheet, and Appenate.  Darren also takes on web design projects for select clients under his Smart Web Guru brand. When not working on his own business, Darren helps his wife with her speech therapy practice and taking care of their 3 children, with a 4th due in January 2023.   Tom Woods #TomWoods100 TomWoods.com TomSchoolofLife.com My goal is to get at least 100 people within the Tom Woods orbit on this show. We are building steady. I think Darren is the 4th. We just need to keep the momentum going. The point is that this show is a platform for serious people to get the word out on what they are doing to make this world better. Also—how to fight back against the crazy in this world.   Early Life Mullen is a great Irish name. Not to be confused with Mullin, another great Irish name. University of New Orleans Alma Mater of former Trail Blazers center, the recently deceased Wayne Cooper (April 2022)   Artist mentioned Chris LeDoux (1948-2005). Country-Western singer-songwriter. 1976 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Bareback World Championship. Official Website: https://chrisledoux.com/   Article Mentioned Did America's Enemies Win the War? By Brian D. O'Leary Published at LewRockwell.com September 13, 2022 https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/09/no_author/did-americas-enemies-win-the-war/   Smart Consulting Services LLC Smartsheet Guru Smartsheet Appsheet Appenate Smart Web Guru Web design YouTube page Demos of all the stuff Darren can do for you   Speech With Heart Speech Therapy in Tucson https://www.speechwithheart.com/   Sign up for Darren's Newsletter: https://www.smartsheetguru.com/7-smartsheet-tips/   https://www.smartsheetguru.com/ https://smartwebguru.com/   BrianDOLeary.com Sign up for our daily newsletter at BrianDOLeary.substack.com        

Southern Fried True Crime
163: The Mysterious Murder of Corinna Mullen

Southern Fried True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 78:56 Very Popular


In the spring of 1987, 20 year old Corinna Mullen moved to Central City, Kentucky in hopes of providing a better life for her two year old daughter. But within six months of her move, Corinna was found brutally murdered. Who would want to kill the young mother of one? That's a question investigators wouldn't know the answer to for nearly 20 years. Hosted and produced by Erica KelleyResearched by Haley Gray, Anna Luria and Erica KelleyWritten by Erica Kelley and Haley GrayOriginal Graphic Art by Coley HornerOriginal Music by Rob Harrison of Gamma RadioEdited & Mixed by Next Day Podcast & Erica KelleySuggested by Jennifer Williams Schnell and Valerie MorrisSources: https://www.southernfriedtruecrime.com/the-murder-of-corinna-mullenSponsor: Wondery: Blood Ties, Season Three—Strange Days

WarriorCast
Ep. 23- Look Who Popped In! Ryan Grice-Mullen

WarriorCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 47:08


When one of the best wide receivers in the history of Hawai‘i football pops in, you make time to sit down and talk story. In this episode, we relive the playing days of Ryan Grice-Mullen while relating it to head coach Timmy Chang taking on the reigns of the program he once helped build. If you like hearing about the mid-2000s era of Rainbow Warrior football along with the modern upward trajectory, you will love this episode! 

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
[Full episode] Tomson Highway, Saeed Teebi, Sharine Taylor and Morgan Mullen, Barbra Streisand

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:18


Author and playwright Tomson Highway talks about his new memoir, Permanent Astonishment, and shares how his childhood was "uniquely Canadian." Writer Saeed Teebi discusses his debut story collection, Her First Palestinian, which shines a light on the varied experiences of Palestinian Canadian characters navigating their way through life in their new home country. Music journalist Sharine Taylor and entertainment editor Morgan Mullen react to the pending sale of Toronto's Now magazine, plus the larger repercussions the changing media landscape is having on arts and entertainment coverage in Canada. Show business legend Barbra Streisand explains why after nearly 60 years in music, she decided to revisit her personal archives and share unreleased songs on a new compilation album, Release Me 2.

Gravity Leadership Podcast
Wade Mullen: Decoding the Hidden Tactics of Abusive People and Systems

Gravity Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 65:40


Wade Mullen shares how to identify and heal from abusive people and systems. Wade helps us get clarity on what abuse is, how to recognize it in our relationships and churches, and what we can do to heal and recover. Wade is a trustworthy voice and it was a joy to learn from him in […] The post Wade Mullen: Decoding the Hidden Tactics of Abusive People and Systems appeared first on Gravity Leadership.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
OC Office Hour With Jeff Mullen

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 47:51


Jeff Mullen joins Keith today on our weekly in-season series The OC Office Hour. Coach Mullen is the former OC at West Virginia University and UNC-Charlotte. He served as RB the OT and TE coach at Ohio University from 1995-2000. From there he moved on to Wake Forest as OT & TE and the QB coach. At WVU he served as QB coach and OC and did the same at UNC-Charlotte. Mullen has had success at every stop in his career. Shownotes: -Nebraska vs. Northwestern -Play calling anticipation -Charting -Identifying the type of pressure -It's not where they line-up it's where they wind up -Using empty -12 Personnel and it's effect on the QB -Key in tempo - mix it up -Developing and coaching 12 personnel -Big personnel skelly -Bigger personnel the easier for QB -Creating consistency through concept set-up -Black zone strategy -Giving the center an out with block back -Black zone week-to-week carryover -4 Minute offnes -Taking timeouts on defense -If it's working run it again -The sugar huddle -Teaching the sugar huddle -Counter - ability to save the Center -Counter Bounce as answer to wrong arm -Receiver learning conversions vs. taking decision off of him -Stressing a defender by game plan -Keeping it simple to get in a rhythm as a player caller -Scripting openers - 15 plays Related: Jeff Mullen - Numbers, Angles, Grass https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/numbers-angles-and-grass-jeff-mullen-former-oc-wvu-and-unc-charlotte Jeff Mullen - Game Planning Field Zones https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/game-planning-field-zones-jeff-mullen-former-fbs-oc OC Office Hour Week 0 https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/oc-office-hour-uptempo-qb-movement-ot-procedure-finish Learn more from Coach Mullen: https://coachtube.com/jeffmullen