In the late 60s and early 70s, a man named Count Dante marketed himself as "the most dangerous man on earth" in comic book ads. Then he started a "dojo war." -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today we're talking to Brandon Wolf, CTO of Napster; and we discuss how Napster is bringing its disruptive spirit back into the market; the intersection of web3 and music streaming platforms; and the essence of servant leadership. All of this right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast! Check out more of Brandon and Napster at https://www.napster.com/us!
Unlocked and free for all! Paul Rust (The Great North, SONG-A-WEEK, With Gourley And Rust) joins the 'boys for the final Double of Yarrrchtdoughbarrrchest to discuss Lars Ulrich, Napster, and Elon Musk launching people into space before reviewing Garfield's Halloween Adventure.To get more Doughboys Double go to patreon.com/doughboysWant more Doughboys? Check out our Patreon!: https://patreon.com/doughboysSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to another episode of Socially Solo, our daily podcast. Our Host David grabs the mic solo and gives you his rundown of a couple of trending topics for the day. Today's Topics: Digital Music History Accidental meeting for Thanksgiving Kristen Bell Thanksgiving cheat Kristen Bell Clip Let's talk about our video production software. We use Ecamm Live, The leading live streaming and video production studio built for Mac. AFFILIATE LINK: http://bit.ly/ecammsensitive Check us out at sociallysensitive.com Follow us on: Twitter - @sociallysens Instagram - @sociallysensitive Facebook Group - SociallySensitive $upport our $how? https://anchor.fm/sociallysensitive/support Leave us a message: https://anchor.fm/sociallysensitive/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sociallysensitive/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sociallysensitive/support
In the late 2000s/early 2010s, a man named Bob set out to get his game onto a Nintendo console. It involved...faking his own death? -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week: Yellowstone, Napster & Pepsi, Where's My Jet? We're all over the place this week. We cover everything from King of the Hill to the return of Yellowstone to the new Pepsi documentary on Netflix plus a fun look back at the time when if you had a high speed internet connection and Napster you were a king. Follow us on Twitter @stsguys
Hola, cómo estás. Si venís bien de ubicación espacio-temporal, sabrás que es viernes. Y como todos los viernes sin excepción hay un nuevo episodio de Hoy Trasnoche. En esta ocasión Flor, Calu y Oti (el chico de redes está preso por bajarse temas de Mariah Carey de Napster) se meten con la coyunturas más variadas o no tanto como: varias noticias que tienen a Spielberg de protagonista, Alec Baldwin que parece que al final también está casi tan dolido como la directora de fotografía que mató, la casa de El loco de la motosierra en venta y varias cosas que ahora, la verdad, no tenemos tan presentes. Y eso no es todo, porque además vieron dos películas, y europeas: las elegidas son la española Cerdita (2022) de Carlota Pereda y la francesa Incroyable mais vrai (2022) de Quentin Dupieux. ¿Cómo habrá reaccionado Flor ante una película española que "no se entiende lo que dicen" y una francesa que, bueno, tampoco? ¿Y cómo Calu? Cuántos misterios. Y el misterio sigue, porque en una de esas el capítulo cierra con un capricho, pero andá a saber. Vas a tener que escuchar. Gratis, por cierto.
History is littered with promising innovations that failed to live up to their hype. This week on Disrupted, a look at three revolutionary but doomed disruptions and their legacy on our world today. What became of the made-up language Esperanto, the music streaming platform Napster, and the once-popular treatment for mental illness, the lobotomy? GUESTS: Andrew Scull: Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Science Studies at the University of California, San Diego. He is the author of the upcoming book, Desperate Remedies: Psychiatry's Turbulent Quest to Cure Mental Illness Arika Okrent: Linguist and author of the book In the Land of Invented Languages: Adventures in Linguistic Creativity, Madness, and Genius Joseph Menn: Technology reporter at the Washington Post and author of All the Rave: The Rise and Fall of Shawn Fanning's Napster See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
He's responsible for some of the most iconic UFO photographs that you've definitely seen at least once. He also started a weird cult. -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Most SEOs are selling snake oil. And it could be affecting a site's performance. You might not agree with this but should check this episode to know why. For today's podcast, I have invited Jeff Ferguson who is a passionate growth marketer and digital educator who has led the online marketing efforts for companies such as Hilton Hotels, Kimberly-Clark, InterActiveCorp, Experian, and Napster. He is honoured as one of PPC Hero's “Top 25 Most Influential PPC Experts” for three years in a row, Jeff Ferguson is a regular presenter at Ad:tech, AllFacebook Expo, Conversion Conference, eMetrics, Search Marketing Expo (SMX), Digital Hollywood, Online Marketing Summit (OMS) and Consumer Electronics Show (CES). He has been both a speaker and board member at Search Engine Strategies (SES). We have discussed intriguing topics which include why SEOs are just guessing and how SEOs get caught up in data and tech and strategy? And coming back to basics, what comes before SEO? Why many SEOs are selling snake oil? Jeff and I also talked about the SEO philosophies that you should be following with your online business. What are the paid marketing philosophies that have nothing to do with tweaking PPC campaigns? And how Jeff sees marketing going full circle and coming back to the old-school ways marketers used to make money? Last but not the least, we both shared our take on the buyer's journey being so critical for growing your online business. Discover more about SEO by tuning in to this episode! Episode Highlights 04:00 Key things that SEOs do get wrong about Google 09:00 Is SEO just a guessing game? 15:55 How tools can help you rank on top of the SERP? 29:03 Jeff's best SEO advice 35:15 How do writers create content that out-phases the old SEO techniques? 37:39 PPC philosophies that you should follow to grow your business 49:10 Where can you find Jeff? About The Guest Jeff Ferguson is a passionate growth marketer and digital educator who has led the online marketing efforts for companies such as Hilton Hotels, Kimberly-Clark, InterActiveCorp, Experian, and Napster. In his current role as Head of Production at Amplitude Digital, he has worked with renowned brands such as Belkin, Billabong, CBS, eHarmony, JustFab, Manchester United, Paychex, PetSmart, Popcornopolis, The Smithsonian, Stila Cosmetics, ThriveMarket, Sony and many more. Honoured as one of PPC Hero's “Top 25 Most Influential PPC Experts” for three years in a row, Jeff Ferguson is a regular presenter at Ad:tech, AllFacebook Expo, Conversion Conference, eMetrics, Search Marketing Expo (SMX), Digital Hollywood, Online Marketing Summit (OMS) and Consumer Electronics Show (CES). He has been both a speaker and board member at Search Engine Strategies (SES). Jeff is a columnist for Search Engine Journal, where his legendary data research projects have tipped many sacred cows of SEO and paid media advertising malpractice. Resource Links ➥ Buying Online Businesses Website (https://buyingonlinebusinesses.com) ➥ Download the Due Diligence Framework (https://buyingonlinebusinesses.com/freeresources/) ➥ Visit Niche Website Builders and get EXCLUSIVE OFFERS here as a BOB listener (https://bit.ly/3BusZE3) Connect with Jeff Ferguson: ➥ https://amplitudedigital.com/ ➥ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jefftferguson/ ➥ https://twitter.com/countxero See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ready to party like it's 1999? Israel Hour Radio takes you back to a year that saw the invention of Napster, the Euro, Spongebob, Bluetooth, and fears of Y2K. But in Israeli music, we were much more interested in Sarit Hadad, Rita, Shlomo Artzi, and Eyal Golan. Let's take a trip back to 1999 in the Israeli Music Time Machine, and explore the most popular Israeli music of the final year of the decade, century, and millennium! What are your memories from 1999? (Original Air Date: November 13, 2022) Full playlist at https://www.myisraelimusic.com/episode1138 Love the show? Help us grow by becoming a member of MyIsraeliMusic.com: https://myisraelimusic.com/membership Join the Israeli Music Community on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/IsraelHourRadioFans/
In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Laura Goldberg. Laura is the Chief Marketing Officer at Constant Contact. Before Constant Contact, she served as a Chief Revenue Officer for Cabbage, a leading cash flow management and data platform for small businesses acquired by American Express. Prior to that, she was the Chief Marketing Officer at Legal Zoom. Laura has held leadership roles in product and operations with leading e-commerce companies, such as the NFL and Napster. More About Laura Goldberg: Connect with Laura on LinkedIn ConstantContact.com Take The Marketing Assessment: Marketing Assessment This episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is brought to you by the HubSpot Podcast Network.
Nick Soman is the founder and CEO of Austin-based Decent, a startup that offers affordable healthcare plans, low-cost payroll and HR to businesses. Nick is a serial entrepreneur. He sold his first company to Napster, and has worked to build the Kindle at Amazon and the growth team at Gusto. In this episode, Nick talks about why he founded Decent and its mission to bring affordable healthcare to everyone.
Napster CEO Jon Vlassopulos joined us to break down the music industry going forward while also sharing what is new at Napster. This is a must listen! 0:00 Opening 1:00 Napster 1.0 and 2.0 3:30 Problems being solved today 7:00 Industry dynamics (web3, consumption, podcasts...) 14:20 Evolving business models (blockchain, formats, platforms) 20:20 Community big part of future 22:40 Gaming and Music 25:52 Views on "metaverse" _______ Disclaimer: Avory & Co. is a Registered Investment Adviser. This platform is solely for informational purposes. Advisory services are only offered to clients or prospective clients where Avory & Co. and its representatives are properly licensed or exempt from licensure. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. Investing involves risk and possible loss of principal capital. No advice may be rendered by Avory & Co. unless a client service agreement is in place. Listeners and viewers are encouraged to seek advice from a qualified tax, legal, or investment adviser to determine whether any information presented may be suitable for their specific situation. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. “Likes” are not intended to be endorsements of our firm, our advisors or our services. Please be aware that while we monitor comments and “likes” left on this page, we do not endorse or necessarily share the same opinions expressed by site users. While we appreciate your comments and feedback, please be aware that any form of testimony from current or past clients about their experience with our firm is strictly forbidden under current securities laws. Please honor our request to limit your posts to industry-related educational information and comments. Third-party rankings and recognitions are no guarantee of future investment success and do not ensure that a client or prospective client will experience a higher level of performance or results. These ratings should not be construed as an endorsement of the advisor by any client nor are they representative of any one client's evaluation. Please reach out to Houston Hess our head of Compliance and Operations for any further details. Find more here https://www.avory.xyz/disclaimer-page #InsideScoop #Music #streaming
“Creativity is a base element of the human soul.” So says Steven Leavitt, the host of the Language of Creativity podcast. In this very special episode, Steve's very first guest on the podcast flips the tables in this tell-all reverse interview guest-hosted by his long-time collaborator Adam Sears! As a music producer, Steve has helped Sears craft his last 3 projects with Progressive Rock band Lobate Scarp. Their 2016 recording of Beautiful Light has won awards and recognition as “a masterpiece” and in 2022 Steve Co-Executive Produced Lobate Scarp's latest album You Have It All. The ambitious full-length album has received high praise from reviewers and fans alike. But it wasn't always easy… Steven was born into a family of motion-picture stunt performers but always felt way more at home in front of a microphone, piano or a mixing console. Steve began learning the piano at 8 years old “to express what I was feeling when I couldn't express it in words.” Lyrically blocked, bullied as a kid and extremely sensitive as a boy he was certainly an odd fit in a family that worked in such a rough and tumble industry. But he stuck with it, choosing to pursue audio engineering in college at Musician's Institute in Hollywood after realizing that there was an ideal career path for using his skills and talents: music producer. Steve graduated in 2000, unfortunately right as Napster was crashing the music industry. The dot-com bust made it hard to enter the job market (thanks Enron) so he began to freelance making websites, editing video demo-reels for stunt-people, and started working on films as a background precision driver. He recorded for independent musicians to build experience, joined a band, and edited videos for his dad's stunt-company producing “featurettes” with celebrity talent and assisted with MTV shoots. Steve kept a “web journal” before blogging got big and considered himself a multimedia artist a whole five years before the advent of YouTube. When he started Don't Call Us Tori in 2004, a music showcase he co-founded with with singer-songwriter Shannon Hurley, in Hollywood, Steve's music network really began to grow leading to a fateful introduction to Adam who approached Steve to produce his band's debut album Time and Space in 2008. The album's production coincided with what Steve describes as “an unexpected spiritual awakening” during the lead up to the album's 2012 release “that felt like I was coming home to myself.” Adam talks with Steve about their very fruitful creative partnership and Steve's relentlessly perfectionistic work ethic in the studio. They discuss starting this podcast and how it has been a major creative outlet for Steve (he probably could have pursued a career in Radio). They talk about what it was like growing up attending “backflips down the aisles churches” and discovering hit singles on KIIS FM while coming of age thinking it's only okay to listen to Christian music but finding Christian grunge, loving Weird Al… about dropping out, burnout, ptsd, and… Just why the heck did Steve choose not to go into the stunt business? Steve shares about learning the importance of infusing joy into your work, finding your inner creative spark, and how sometimes we can be doing the right thing while going about it the wrong way! Could Future-Steve have somehow been sending messages back in time to himself? ** if show-notes cut off click here Guest: Steven Leavitt Producer Website: stevenleavitt.com Artist Coaching: icreatesound.com Podcast: thelanguageofcreativity.com (please subscribe and review!) Steven Leavitt (filmography: IMDB) Guest-Host: Adam Sears adamsears.com Lobate Scarp: website | BandCamp @lobatescarp Twitter | Instagram @adamsears32 Twitter | Instagram Adam Sears on Ep.1 of The Language of Creativity Podcast “Naming The Podcast” Featured Music The Mirror by Lobate Scarp Safe With You by Skillet The Dime by performed (and re-recorded) by Steven Leavitt, lyrics by Steven Leavitt and Tony Khan a parody of Sign (originally performed by Ace of Base) written by Jenny Cecilia Berggren (STIM), Jonas Petter Berggren (STIM), Malin Sofia Katarina Berggren (STIM), and Ulf Gunnar Ekberg (STIM) published by Megasong Publishing (KODA) and Warner-Tamarlane Publishing Group (BMI) Copyright 1992. Episode References Ender's Game (IMDB) Nat Magnuson (episode 4 and 5) The Artist's Way by Juilia Cameron (theartistswaybook.com) Serendipity & Synchronicity (Dr. Carder Stout for Goop) Synchronicity by The Police (Wikipedia) “Prog” = Progressive Rock (music genre: Wikipedia) Time and Space by Lobate Scarp Interstellar (movie: Rotten Tomatoes) Rich Mouser (discogs.com) Spock's Beard V (Album: Wikipedia) The Mouse House Studio The Highly Sensitive Person (hsperson.com) Debbie Evans (Steve's mom, professional stuntwoman) Precision Driving The Truman Show (Rotten Tomatoes) Bruce Almighty (IMDB) Toni Koch on The Language of Creativity Ep. 11 “The Times They Are a Changin Matthew 5:15 (BibleGateway.com) Episode 26 with Physical Therapist Elizabeth Makous Amy Grant album Lead Me On (title track: YouTube | Wikipedia) KIIS FM, Los Angeles (Wikipedia) Pentecostalism (BBC Religions) Church scene from The Blues Brothers (feat. James Brown! YouTube) 35 Best 90s Christian Alternative Rock Bands (Ranker.com) Poor Old Lu (BandCamp) Skillet (rateyourmusic.com) Jonie Blinman (Apple Music) Radiohead: Kid A (besteveralbums.com) World Music in Newhall (Yelp.com) Yes! (official website) Roger Waters - Amused to Death (Wikipedia | Last 3 tracks: YouTube) KLOS Jim Ladd (LAist.com) Hammond B3 (Wikipedia) Agnosticism (Wikipedia) Weird Al work ethic in the studio (Behind the Scenes on the making of Strait Outta Lynwood) (Weird Al and Steve share a birthday!) The Sign (song: Wikipedia) – Ace of Base (Music Video: YouTube) Cakewalk for DOS (WinWorld), SMPTE (Old School Tape Sync, How Did It Work? YouTube) Amish Paradise by “Weird” Al Yankovic (Video: YouTube) Episode 165 - Top Ten “Weird” Al Songs w/ Steven Leavitt on All Time Top Ten with Ben Eisen Parody vs. Pastiche (Masterclass) Christianne Kinney (Entertainment Attorney) The Language of Creativity Ep. 14 Callin' in Sick by “Weird” Al Yankovic (YouTube) Beautiful Light by Lobate Scarp (Lyric Video: YouTube) Lobate Scarp Choir Session (Making-of: YouTube) Malcolm Gladwell's “Connectors”: People Who Spread Ideas (ShortForm.com) Adrienne Woods (official website) Friendster (Article: Vice) Six Degrees: The Science of a Connected Age (GoodReads) The Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon (
In the early 2000s, one man in a small Colorado town was pushed just a little too far...and so he built an unstoppable bulldozer tank and wreaked havoc. -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
An underwhelming release. Finally the Chatabix World Cup 2022 Anthem CUP FOR THE CUPBOARD is released - the full unadulterated version revealed on the Pod. Now we can all move on with our lives.If you like it and want to listen again and again.. download on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, Pandora, Napster, iHeartRadio and loads of other places.For all things Chatabix check out da' links:https://linktr.ee/chatabix Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join Dave, Spandrew, Hillsmer, Freddie, and Zero on a very special second annual Halloween episode of Deep Cuts. Halloween Special III was written by Spandrew and Dave and edited by Spandrew. It featured Spandrew, Dave, Hillsmer, Zero, Freddie, Veronica, Betty, Mysterious Former Co-Worker, and a bunch of skeletons. A special thanks to Kelly Bohart for no particular reason. -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to another episode of The Modern Moron… my guest is producer, writer, actor Larry Dorf, yes, that Larry Dorf. We have a very light early fall chat about a few subjects, namely: We talk a little about some of the Modern Moron's more successful shows, one being on Phil Hendrie and his mastery of deception with his characters improvising with each other and his work on various animation projects from King of the Hill to Rick and Morty. I refer to a story Larry told about an audition he had where he was being asked to play NBA legend Larry Bird's father, a story I will get to next time. I'm sort of giving you this conversation backwards and here's why. Larry Brings up Adnan Syed, who has been released from prison after doing 20 years for a murder he did not commit. His story was made famous by a podcast called “Serial” which was developed by “This American Life” that you know from NPR. The podcast “Serial” is owned however, by The New York Times. You already know I'm a moron, so you won't be surprised to find that I am way late to the party on damn near everything and such is the case with the show “Only Murders In The Building”, which is a show about a podcast about a murder. It's on Hulu and is into production of it's 4th season and I'm told that the show was based on the real podcast “Serial”. I didn't realize how much… you hear that? That's the theme music of the podcast “Serial” about Adnan Syed… And this… is the theme song to the Hulu series, “Only Murders in the Building”... Jezz, they could have at leas changed the key it's played in right? This brings up a subject I've been wanting to get to for some time and it's the concept of the Morally Dubious Podcaster. It probably has other names, but i found an article with that phrase and I thought, “Morally Dubious? Modern Moron” They're synonymous. I read an article, have an unqualified opinion about it, say it into a microphone, bam; Morally dubious podcaster. Only I'm not a celebrity and I don't have guests who are celebrities so, there's only the two of you listening and it works out about the same, just on a much, much smaller scale. Plus I'm not pretending to try and crack a cold case or find a murderer. So, Larry explains to me the case of Adnon Syed, and I'm oblivious as you can hear… like a typical old man, I can't seem to get the story straight… Then Larry turns this into a potential gameshow along the lines of, “How much prison time would you do for a million dollars?” This is what Hollywood people do for a living. We join our conversation basking in the glory of the first episode Larry did with us called “The Mystery of Mike Tyson” referring to the Adult Swim Animated series “Mike Tyson Mysteries” which is still our most downloaded episode. Until this one… CLOSE - And that, friends, is how a game show is created… in South Korea. Isn't that a little like the show “Squidgame”? I couldn't stick with that show… it was too sad and dark for me. I have enough of that crap running around in my head without watching a tv show about it. Now that I've had two seconds to think about it, I would not do any time in a prison for any amount of money. The subculture that goes on in prison is not something I want to pretend like I could tolerate even for a minute. I did look up some of the lovely prisons both in California and across the country. Pelican Bay and San Quentin are both nasty, gnarly prisons and so is the downtown county jail in Los Angeles. Other residences I would not spend a minute in for any amount of money is the ADX, also known as the SuperMax in Colorado. One article I read on the internet-so-it's-true… says that the structure is built in a way that inmates never see a guard or another prisoner. I don't know if it's true, I don't want to know, I just trust that I don't want to go there. Throw in Sing, Sing and Rikers Island in New York, and a few of the prisons in the deep south like The Holman Correctional Facility in Alabama and it just makes me want to be a law abiding citizen. Why am I going on and on about prisons? Well, I see in the news recently that a real sweetheart of a guy named Steve Bannon has been recommended to spend four months in prison for contempt of congress. Hmm. I wonder if one of the neighborhoods I just mentioned might be a good place for him? Is anyone else thinking of the movie Deliverance right now? Does anyone see a similarity between Ned Beaty's character and Steve Bannon?... A couple of housekeeping items I'd like to pass along starting with two documentaries I'd like to recommend.. The first one is called “A Trip to Infinity” on Netflix. I found it fascinating, I've watched it twice and am currently forcing my daughter to watch it in 10 minute increments. Mathematicians, Cosmologists and physicists contemplate the concept of infinity… and it's broken up into different chapters: Infinity is very small, it's very large,infinity as a number in an equation, that the speed of light is both very fast and also very slow, that a circle is actually a polygon with an infinite number of points and in terms of time, infinity is a very very long time and that if you put an apple in an air tight box and wait for infinity years, that apple will eventually morph into anything and everything you could possibly imagine. Even live versions of Rick and Morty. So I highly recommend “A Trip to Infinity.” The other documentary is called “All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records”. This subject matter is perfect for our demographic! I'm sure you spent hours in Tower Records going up and down the isles looking at the amazing Album art that we took for granted then. Isle after isle until you decided which album you were going to plunk down five dollars and change for, and then I think seven or eight and change and then I lost track. But that was an important purchase. And then I would have to sneak by the living room with my bright yellow and red plastic bag hoping my parents wouldn't ask me what I got. They never did, but if my dad knew I was buying Cheech and Chong, Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy albums? No way. And we also had Tower Books and Tower Posters across the street which was actually a head shop where you got everything from bongs to rolling paper to posters of fruits and vegetables doing disgusting things, incense, trippy candles with psychedelic waxes, macrame'd hanging plant holders… Tower records was the best. The documentary is available on YouTube and I believe right now you can stream it for free. It's a great documentary. The only woman who made it as an executive at Tower back in the 70's put it best when she said that whatever Tower records was the one you went to, you thought it was the first Tower Records they ever had. The documentary is directed by Tom Hanks' son Colin and he does a great job bringing the nostalgia of Tower Records back, whether you found their store in San Francisco on Columbus Avenue or the one on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, Greenwich Village in New York or wherever you grew up, there was probably a Tower Records where you hung out. Elton John, Bruce Srpingsteen and Dave Grohl, who also worked at a Tower Records in Seattle, all reminisce about how special it was to roam the isles of a Tower Records. Hanks also does a good job of not letting the documentary end on a downer, even though the internet and a little thing called Napster caused the Tower to crumble, the Japanese stores became independent and are still huge today. Okay sports fans, that's it, enjoy post season baseball, college football and lots of Halloween candy! We'll see you next time on the Modern Moron and… the old man show at the oldman-dot-show. The Rise of the 'Morally Dubious Podcaster' in Pop Culture | KQED All Things Must Pass (1080p) FULL MOVIE - Documentary, Music - YouTube A Trip To Infinity - Netflix
In the late 90s, a Jamaican fortune teller became almost as ubiquitous in the pop culture zeitgeist as any movie character. Little did we know she was a total con artist... -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Are NFT drops a fad, or NFTs have REAL long-term use cases? And when will you meet someone with an INSPIRING story and compelling reason for WHY they are all in on Web3? Well… This coming Monday of course! For Web3 Insanity's next LinkedIn for Creators Live Audio as we will be joined by the one and only Brian Fanzo! Brian is a digital futurist keynote speaker who translates the trends of tomorrow to inspire change today. His customised and personalised programs showcase real-world stories and examples of forward-thinking people and web 3.0 businesses. Brian has immersed himself in the Web3 world as a creator in the creator economy launching the $ADHD creator coin in March of 2021, launching his own NFTs and as the host of the top 25 daily NFT podcast, NFT 365. Brian is the leading authority on all things Web3 being both a practitioner and a thought leader in the space leveraging his decade of experience in cyber security for the department of defence and being an award winning early adopter in all things digital marketing and innovation. Brian has a gift for bringing people together online and offline. He has worked in 76 countries, highlighting his passion for change, collaboration, and technology. At age 14, Brian won a speed typing contest and his love for computers and technology was born. After years of playing The Oregon Trail, creating in Adobe Pagemaker, and using Napster, Brian earned a Computer Science degree. Brian is currently the Founder of iSocialFanz, which has helped launch digital and influencer strategies with the world's most iconic brands like Dell Technologies, EMC, Adobe, IBM, Ultimate Fighting Championship, Applebee's Neighborhood Grill + Bar's, and SAP. Brian has been recognized as a Top 20 Digital Transformation Influencer: a Top 50 Most-Mentioned User by CMOs on Twitter, and a Top 25 Social Business Leader of the Future by The Economist. His followers on social media and podcast downloads rank in the hundreds of thousands, resulting in Brian being an influencer for 19 of the Fortune 100 companies. -- Your hosts: Robert Hanna, Mitch Jackson, and Francesca Witzburg. This episode's "publish" date is the actual time that we aired LIVE on LinkedIn Audio. Recorded with OBS.
Jon Vlassopulos, CEO at Napster (former Head of Music at Roblox), joins Rich Pasqua and Matt Sky to unpack the future of music through Napster 3.0, NFTs, and new possibilities for fan/artist engagement through web3. We cover: Napster's ambitious vision to revolutionize music again through web3. How web3 will transform the way artists interact with fans, creating new communities and worlds around music and beyond. Jon's powerful music industry background, time at Roblox as Head of Music, and his full-circle journey with Napster. Episode links: https://www.napster.com https://www.napster.com/us/web3/ https://twitter.com/napster https://twitter.com/vlasso
In the early 90s, Mike Diana started producing an extremely grotesque indie comic called Boiled Angel. It eventually flew onto the radar of the FBI, and he'd eventually be the first and only artist in history to be found guilty of criminal obscenity. -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ripple XRP - Web3 Tech – Is The Industry Doomed? – Music – XRP Crypto Updates SPECIAL GUEST - MELANIE LANE BIO Melanie Lane began her career at the event horizon of the digital music revolution when she accepted her first industry job at Napster. Although the company had just become a legal entity, she was provided an invaluable lesson in online mass music consumption. She went on to work for Bug Music Publishing, a company that would change her life by granting her an immense appreciation for Music Rights. She has also worked for Universal Music Group and Ultra Music. In 2020, she launched M Lane Agency which focuses on advising Startups and Artists on how to make Music Rights work in their favor. Melanie has a deeply profound interest in helping people navigate their way through the Music Industry. After living in New York for many years, Melanie now resides in Austin and is happy to be a part of its well-respected music community. Melanie is an avid world traveler, long time supporter of Liverpool Football Club, and a persistent reader of books about quantum physics and cosmology. M Lane Agency: https://mlaneagency.com ---- Chapters Coming Soon Compiled by Hans Loaded https://twitter.com/hansloaded ________________ *SUPPORT ON THE CHAIN* JOIN THE CHANNEL https://otc.one/join OTC MERCH https://onthechain.shop BUY US A COFFEE https://otc.one/buy-us-a-coffee Support ON THE CHAIN (Our version of Patreon) https://otc.one/support -------------- *ON THE CHAIN* SUBSCRIBE TO THE OTC PODCAST: https://otc.one/podcast Subscribe to our other Youtube Channel: https://otc.one/onthechain On The Web: https://onthechain.io Follow OTC on Twitter: https://otc.one/otc Join our FREE Telegram Roundtable channel: https://t.me/onthechain_roundtable -------------- *JEFF* Follow Jeff on Twitter: https://otc.one/jeff -------------- *CHIP* Follow Chip on Twitter: https://otc.one/chip Listen to Chip's music http://nojoyyet.com -------------- *DISCLAIMER:* _All opinions expressed by content contributors that appear on OTC are solely expressing their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of OTC, its affiliates, or sponsors. Content contributors may have previously disseminated information on a social media platform, website, or another medium such as a podcast, television, or radio. OTC, Content Contributors, Affiliates, or Sponsors are not obligated to update or correct any information. The content contributors are sharing the information which they believe to be reliable. OTC, its affiliates, or sponsors cannot guarantee the accuracy of the opinion shared, and viewers, readers, and listeners should not rely on it. Opinions expressed are not financial advice. Please consult a licensed financial advisor before making any financial decisions. You must research before you invest in anything. Do not invest based on what someone else is doing or not doing, or based on other people's opinions._ #XRP #Ripple
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Alex * https://twitter.com/alexicographic * https://www.twitch.tv/damaplaysgames/ * JP * http://vectorpoem.com/ Topics: * Your gravestone has a button people can press to play a sound clip, 10 seconds or less. It can loop or be a one-shot, your preference. What sound clip does your gravestone play? * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u8Fd7EHYAg * Counting the beats in eenie-meenie * SoundScan and the SoundScan Era * https://www.theringer.com/music/2021/5/25/22452539/soundscan-billboard-charts-streaming-numbers * There Will Come Soft Rains * https://poets.org/poem/there-will-come-soft-rains * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ThereWillComeSoftRains(shortstory) * The scorched-earth strategy for Lowest Positive Unique Integer * "Leaving beautiful ruins" in a videogame Microtopics: * A return of many-storied adventure game developers. * A point and click adventure game that changed the trajectory of your life. * Suspenders as an architectural feature. * Onesie pajamas with a trap door. * People sneaking up behind you and trying to unbutton your poop flap. * Thoughts that are meant to remain unthought. * The famous elongated "some." * A marketing executive saying "nobody will know what a 'tetralogy' is." * Whether your game studio logo has a sound. * Console startup noises. * The button your loved ones can press on your gravestone to hear the Dreamcast startup sound. * King Solomoning the gif-vs-gif debate. * The governing body that decides whether your death is cool enough to warrant a gif of your death on your tombstone. * The kind of people who gravitate to a job that rates everyone's deaths on a five-star scale. * The IP situation surrounding your gravestone's looping wav button. * Your tombstone jukebox that plays David Bowie songs when people put a quarter in and the quarters all end up in your casket and if David Bowie wants them he can damn well come and get them. * Wagering on your ability to read emergent situations. * Electric Football. * Covering a metal plate with quarters and flipping the switch that makes the plate vibrate, creating the quarter configuration for optimal money gouging. * Becoming really good at beating a rigged game. * Becoming really good at funnel cake. * Dentists not understanding the motivations people have for drinking soda. * Largest Sip. * The liminal space between a Sip and a Gulp. * Gaming the outcome in Eenie Meenie Miney Moe. * Whether Eenie Meenie Miney Moe is a solved game. * A great opportunity to practice believing the lies that we form our wesociety on. * When Billboard switched from a call-stores-and-ask data collection system to an automated system to gather song sales data, and rap and R&B suddenly started dominating the charts. * Rockists fudging the numbers. * The pros and cons of getting a Billboard Hot 100 hit. * Jukebox charts. * The Billboard Humming chart based on them listening to the songs people are humming to themselves on the street. * Who loves the radio hits that everyone you know hates? (People you don't know.) * Knowing where to stick that quarter. * White dudes making 17 minute songs. * Axis of Discourse. * A directory of mp3s in your Jellyfin server. * Napster pivoting to NFTs but nobody notices or cares. * Nostalgia for the Spanish Flu. * A giant ball of iron with life forms clinging to it. * The earth continuing to be a lump of iron no matter how badly we treat it. * Potential human extinction and whether birds would notice it. * A fully-automated human house of the near to far future. * A band of roving pranksters in the post-apocalypse who are running around transmitting bad Roomba firmware updates. * Rolling up on prom with your entourage of four Half-Life scientists and five Barneys. * Rolling up on the rap battle with your entourage of backup singer Roombas trailing behind you. * The Mad Max series as prepper porn. * A good shelf to rest on in the collective psyche. * Friend deterrent strategies. * How strategy disclosure alters the gameplay of Rock Paper Scissors. * Disclosing ahead of the game or Rock Paper Scissors that your strategy will be to punch your opponent repeatedly, and how that affects the way the game is played. * Satisfactory: an open-world factory building game. * Building your factories and then leaving them behind. * Emergent haunted houses in abandoned player-built structures in persistent-world multiplayer games. * Having an idea for a game feature and having to build the whole game to try the feature out. * Being scared of weird old crap. * Adding Pokemon to Minecraft. * The last gasp of mainstream PC gaming before phones happened. * An 11 year old game developer getting thrown into the Capitalist snake pit. * The Human Attention Zoo. * Kids (or adults) having goofs. * The Golden Age of the Moddable Game Engine. * Getting a job based on your Roblox portfolio.
Comedian, actor, best-selling author, and podcaster Alex Falcone joins me for an upbeat conversation about comedy, pop-culture, and what it means to be a modern man in 2022. We get to hear about Alex's upbringing, the discovery of stand-up, some of his biggest successes to date (Portlandia, The Late Show with Steven Colbert, stand-up tours), and we get his valuable incites on finding your funny bone and learning what is funny by trial-and-error. But first… Top stories of the week: -Russian batteries made from hog weeds. -Nobel Prize awarded to Physicists for research which suggests that reality is not “real” (quantum non-locality). -Flashback Report: 2006. MySpace mishap. Jeff Gets Expelled from High School. More to enjoy: —How a simple misunderstanding almost changed Jeff's life forever. —#MeToo. Where are they now? —Why did everyone want to bang sexy monsters in the 2011? —How Alex became a best-selling author of a teen romance novel. - And finally, the gloves come off when Alex expresses his feelings regarding the life and works of Justin Bieber. One thing is for certain, I Belieb. This episode is special. I love comedy and comics. Just being around the comedy scene gets my motors running. It was an honor to hang with such a pro. Big thank you to Alex Falcone for being a wonderful guest and a huge thank you to Melissa Nesbitt for booking him. Enjoy the show! Want more Alex Falcone? Website https://alexfalcone.ninja/ (AlexFalcone.ninja) https://www.instagram.com/alexfalcone/ (Instagram) https://www.tiktok.com/@alex_falcone?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc (TikTok) https://twitter.com/alex_falcone (Twitter) https://www.youtube.com/alexfalcone (YouTube) News Links: Hogweed Batteries. Source: PV magazine. Accessed 10/14/2022. via: https://www.pv-magazine.com/2022/10/13/sodium-ion-battery-anode-made-from-toxic-hogweed/ (https://www.pv-magazine.com/2022/10/13/sodium-ion-battery-anode-made-from-toxic-hogweed/) Nobel Prize in Physics 2022. Source: Press Release from The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Accessed: 10/14/2022 via: https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/physics/2022/press-release/ (https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/physics/2022/press-release/) Myspace, Your Face; My Mistake. News footage from KATU 2 News. Aired in February 2006. Music: Wander, Shiruki. Respawn, Vieveri. At The End of Nothing, Silver Maple. A Winter to Remember, Trevor Kowalski. Still Fly, Revel Day. Ramble by the River Links: https://my.captivate.fm/Ramblebytheriver.com (Website) https://my.captivate.fm/Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver (Patreon) https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/ (Facebook) https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver (Instagram) https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod (Twitter) https://my.captivate.fm/Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm (Episode catalogue) Business: email@example.com Keywords: Noxious weed control; noxious weeds; natural resources; Joe Rogan; Bowfinger; Hollywood; Heather Graham; Premium Blend; Comedy Central Presents; Last Comic Standing; #MeToo; ADHD; morning radio; Dane Cook; Greg Geraldo; Maria Bamford; Craig Robinson; The Office; Dmitri Martin; Mitch Hedberg; Steven Wright; TikTok; Twitter; Facebook; MySpace; Spotify; Pandora; Napster; Limewire; Kazaa; George Carlin; Always Sunny Podcast; Portland Oregon; Helium Comedy Club; Late Night Television; The Colbert Report; The Daily Show; The Office; What We Do in the Shadows; Hacks; To Tell The Truth; fruit; Middleditch and Schwartz; improv comedy; Twilight; Fifty Shades of Grey; To Tell the Truth; Second City Chicago; Whose Line is it anyway? Copyright 2022 Ramble by the River LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 946 published last January 22, 2018. Jason Hartman takes the reins for a whole episode, discussing how peer-to-peer interactions are disrupting industries all across the economy, how blockchain is now even infiltrating dating, and the government shutdown. He also shares the 10 biggest ICOs of 2017, which shows the amazing amount of money that's entering the cryptocurrency world, and also the movement for the 51st state in the US. Key Takeaways: 1:17 Welcome to our listeners from all over the world 3:30 A big thanks to intra-preneurs 6:04 Cryptocurrencies are up against the most powerful forces humanity has ever known 7:35 Blockchain is now being used for bedroom activities 12:06 The disruption caused by Napster and programs like it, and how it impacted its industry 14:02 10 biggest ICOs of 2017 18:09 The government shutdown is expensive administratively speaking 19:32 The movement for a 51st state 26:44 California has the highest poverty rate in the US 29:12 Check the Meet the Masters app for speaker slides that have been updated Website: www.JasonHartman.com/Properties Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit: https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Free Class: Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else: http://JasonHartman.com/Fund CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free Course: https://www.jasonhartman.com/deals Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com
In the 1960s, this small town in Florida had an insanely high number of insurance claims for people cutting off their own limbs... -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today, David is talking to Elizabeth Brooks. Elizabeth Brooks has senior-level (CMO, CSO, GM) experience in business strategy, the full cross-platform marketing mix, team leadership, marketing data and analytics, and digital marketing strategy and execution. Creative and a digital native. Unusual skill set derived from management positions in venture-backed startups, established high-tech and eCommerce businesses, sports teams and arenas, and media/content corporations. Consumer-facing entertainment, gaming, fashion, lifestyle, and technology experience. Experienced in visual/IoT experience tech - VR, AR, 3D. Passionately interested in technologies and ideas that change consumer behaviors, positively impact communities and the planet, and cause us to look at the world differently. What You'll Learn: Media Business VS. Software Business Music Industry and its Digital Revolution Move from Working on a Startup to Working with a Family Office Portfolio Early Stage Marketing and its Challenges Brand Recognition and Finding Marketing Path Angel Investing and Syndication B2B and B2C Marketing Importance of Content Favorite Quote: “If I think I will make a difference, am I more inclined to invest? Yes!” The Capital Stack All Things Tech Investing and Value Creation Early growth investor David Paul interviews the world's most excellent ecosystem, learns how to start and scale your own business, and finds an edge in today's capital markets. To connect with David, visit: Twitter - https://twitter.com/davidpaulvc (CLICK HERE) Substack - http://davidpaul.substack.com/ (CLICK HERE) LinkedIn - http://linkedin.com/in/Davidpaulvc (CLICK HERE) IG - https://www.instagram.com/davidpaulvc/ (CLICK HERE) DISCLAIMER: David Paul is the founder and general partner at DWP Capital. All opinions expressed by David and podcast guests are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinions of DWP capital. This podcast is for formational purposes only and should not be relied upon for decisions. David and guests may maintain positions in the securities discussed on this podcast.
Ojai's own Rain Perry, singer-songwriter known for her lyrical prowess and crystal-clear voice, has been working on a one-woman show, which opens Thursday, October 13 and runs through October 22nd (Thursday, Friday and Saturday both weekends) at Kim Maxwell Studio, 226 West Ojai Avenue, #102. All shows are at 8 p.m. The show is named after David Foster Wallace's viral commencement address, "This Is Water," which emphasizes the true purpose of education and empathy. Perry was wrestling with questions of race and identity during the pandemic and George Floyd protests and found it the perfect metaphor. The show includes eight songs from her 9-song album "A White Album" which was just released and available on Itunes and Spotify or through her website. It debuted on the Folk Music Chart at no. 11 and has received rave reviews, including Glide Magazine's "it distill(s) complicated issues fraught with politics and passion through a prism of compassion and understanding." Bill Bentley of Americana Highways magazine wrote, "There are times on "A White Album" where the whole thing feels like it is making the world tilt in a new direction. These are songs which are perfectly capable of giving life a whole new meaning. People like Rain Perry don't come around that often. They just don't." Perry said one message is for white people to acknowledge their privilege and to question each other, or, as she said, "Calling people in," rather than calling them out. She also used the folk expression, "Collect your cousins," for a reckoning on race and culture. This play is being directed by Kim Maxwell, who also directed Rain's much-acclaimed 2008 show, "Cinderblock Bookshelves," with accompaniment from Austin, Texas-based Mark Hallman. Perry said that a grant from the Ojai Arts Commission helped produce the play as well. It "was a sequel of sorts to 'Cinderblock Bookshelves'," she said. “I want to look back at my same childhood, but this time through the lens of race.” Hallman, owner of the iconic Congress House studio, has produced music by Carole King, Tom Russell (who recorded one of Rain's songs) and Eliza Gylkison and Ani Di Franco. He was the subject of a well-received 2016 documentary film, "The Shopkeeper," that Perry wrote and directed about the post-Napster travails of the music business, through Hallman's and other musicians' struggles to stay afloat in the streaming era. Perry talked about growing up in Ojai, her eccentric family, early mentors and raising her children, as well as sharing insights into the creative side of her life, the success of selling a song, "Beautiful Tree," that became the theme of a popular CW Network show, "Life Unexpected," and her song "Yosemite" has been recorded by Tom Russell and Nanci Griffith. We did not talk about Lake Casitas storage capacity, how grasshoppers turn into locusts or how Auguste Escoffier's military service informed his "brigade de cuisine" system. For more information: www.rainperry.com/this_is_water Rain Perry's "White Album" which includes all nine songs on her show. David Foster Wallace's 2005 commencement address at Kenyon College: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhhC_N6Bm_s
There is much to discuss on this edition. We kick things off by discussing the return of Saturday Night Live tonight and our thoughts on the program. We learn of a new right-wing dating app and its hilarious commercial. We discuss Elon Musk, Napster and the passing of Antonio Inoki. Also, we learn that Dave Mustaine is getting introspective about his relationship with James Hetfield. Watch the episode on Youtube and Twitch for free. Join our Patreon and get two bonus episodes each month, and other behind-the-scenes goodies. More info here. Follow us on: Twitch, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and our Discord Chat. Also don't forget about our Spotify playlist. We also have merch if you're into that kind of sharing.Support the show: http://patreon.com/ripalivecast
Covering technology issues, and specifically cybersecurity as a journalist is a tough endeavor. Some of these technologies are complex as are the security vulnerabilities often inherent in their deployment and making these topics broadly accessible can be a challenge. Many of the underlying issues touch upon national security and civil liberties creating an interesting nexus that must be highlighted in the proper context. Lastly, it can be a challenge to create trusted relationships with the hacker community, but they provide essential perspectives and leads. Joseph Menn has established himself as one of the top journalists covering these issues for over two decades at organizations like the Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, and now at the Washington Post. He's spoken at conferences like Black Hat, Def Con, and RSA. He's written three books covering topics like Napster, cybercrime, and most recently the infamous hacker group cDC in his book "Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World". In the OODAcast, Joseph provides insights from his career as a journalist covering technology and cybersecurity. We explore how he first got involved with Def Con Black Hat and the value of attending the events. Joseph discusses how he first got introduced to the cDC and why he decided to write a book about the group and developed an overall positive outlook in the critical role hackers will play in saving the world. Official Bio: Joseph Menn joined The Washington Post in 2022 where he specializes in computer security, hacking, privacy and surveillance. He has perhaps the longest running track record among professional journalists covering cyber security and cyber conflict issues, having over two decades of experience on the topic. Prior to the Washington Post he covered cybersecurity and technology for Reuters, the Financial Times and the Los Angeles Times His books include "Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World" (2019) and "Fatal System Error: The Hunt for the New Crime Lords who are Bringing Down the Internet" (2010). External Links: Cult of the Dead Cow book Joseph Menn on Twitter Book Recommendation: The Dawn of Everything
Robinhood gives Polygon the nod for their web3 wallet, Audius hits 7.5 million monthly users and Napster hires a new CEO for their web3 initiative… You're watching Meta Money and this is Web3 Under 3. Web3 Is taking over and everyday we will bring you the most up to date news in the Metaverse.
Can Spandrew grow out of Andrew's shadow and carve out his own identity in the world? -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tuesday's bonus metal and rock ramble is thought on rewatching the Metallica documentary 'Some kind of monster' some 15 years after last viewing it. Hetfield handing the band over to a therapist and Ulrich making millions selling Art and taking on Napster, how has it aged and what does it tell us about fame and when do millionaire musicians simply stop listening and surrounding themselves with anyone who will say No! support the showhttp://www.patreon.com/AlanAverillSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/agitators-anonymous-the-alan-averill-podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Algorand CEO Sean Ford discusses the latest with ALGO. We touch on the recent protocol upgrade which boosted performance by 5x and increase TPS to 6,000. We also touch on Algorand's partnerships with FIFA and Napster, CBDCs on Algorand, crypto bear market, Anthony Scaramucci's Algorand book, crypto regulations, and much more.
She was the very first Internet famous person, but over the years spiraled into some extremely concerning behavior. -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Entertainers and writers have assets called intangible personal property. You have heard of tangible personal property like fancy China silver ware, furniture, firearms, and construction tools. Well intangible personal property consists of intellectual property rights, such as trademarks, copyrights, and patents. Intangible personal property requires special planning, especially because of the 1976 copyright act. Attorney, Daniel J. Palmer, J.D., Esq., and I discuss how musicians deal with copyright issues. Mr. Palmer also discusses John Fogerty v. Fantasy, Inc., one of his favorite court cases of all time. After talking about copyright we discussed how Metallica vs. Napster, the most famous lawsuit that helped usher in streaming digital music. Finally, out legacy segment focused on how music in Mr. Palmer's family and music in my family is a legacy in itself. If you would like to learn more about entertainment law, music law, or last wills, living trusts, and tax protected inheritance plans for musicians and entertainers visit www.marquardtlawfirm.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
He spent over a year in a tiny room, naked, surviving off of only what he won through magazine sweepstakes. He predicted how life basically became for everyone. He's a Japanese amateur comedian whose real name is Tomoaki Hamatsu. In the late 90s, he won a raffle to be the contestant on a game show titled “Prize Contest Life” where he had to live in a tiny room by himself, completely naked, no contact with the outside world, and only a rack of magazines to read. The rules of the game were that he wasn't allowed to have any food, clothing, or anything else unless he won it through a sweepstakes in one of the magazines. What ensued was 15 straight months of a man slowly losing his sanity live on television as Nasubi struggled to win enough food through magazine contests to stay alive. He also ended up being the world's very first video game live streamer, true reality tv celebrity, set multiple world records, served as a biting satire of modern consumer capitalism, and predicted our modern world of celebrity obsession and the attention economy. -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on a mini Labor Day episode of Deep Cuts, we explore the lore of the Jersey Devil. -- This episode is dedicated to the memory of Andrew's brother, Christian McGowin, who passed away on December 26th. https://www.greenlawnmortuaryandcemetery.com/memorials/christian--mcgowin/4818575/obituary.php -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Oh yes, you read that right. So gird your loins and clear your Tuesdays, because we're launching next week with a the first of a whole season of new episodes that are bigger, badder, and thing-ier than ever. But you'll have to tune in to hear it! And hey, why not tell a friend while you're at it? You can both share the joy of hearing Rob tell Ray about the zaniness that was the 1989 Oscars, and listen to Ray's dulcet tones as he teaches Rob and all of us about the Napster sensation that swept this great nation. And of course there are even more surprises in store...but that would be telling... See you next week! If you like what we are doing, please support us on Patreon. TEAM Ray Hebel Robert W Schneider Mark Schroeder Billy Recce Daniel Schwartzberg Gabe Crawford Natalie DeSavia Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
They were kicked out of China in the 90s for dancing. They ended up helping to get Trump elected in 2016. On this episode of Deep Cuts, we explore the bizarre world of Shen Yun. -- This episode is dedicated to the memory of Andrew's brother, Christian McGowin, who passed away on December 26th. https://www.greenlawnmortuaryandcemetery.com/memorials/christian--mcgowin/4818575/obituary.php -- Join our Discord server! https://bit.ly/deepcutsdiscord -- Pick up some Deep Cuts T-Shirts and other merch! https://bit.ly/deepcutsmerch -- Get the official Deep Cuts shoulder patch! http://bit.ly/deepcuts_patch -- Listen to our album, a 9 song rock opera about the rise and fall of Napster! https://open.spotify.com/album/63C5uu1tkzZ2FhfsrSSf5s?si=q4WItoNmRUeM159TxKLWew Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
WHERE MY MOMS AT!? It's the show by the Moms for the Moms. Hosted by everybody's favorite "cool mom" Christina P! Not only the most REAL show for moms, but the most interactive. An open place to admit no one really knows what they're doing.Pinky Patel is a mom, comedian, and content creator with over 5 million followers on TikTok. Today, she joins Christina P in her goth room to talk about what it's like being all of these things. She also explains code switching, her experience with dirty chat rooms, and how she met her husband (did you know Napster had a chat function?). Christina and Pinky bond over getting suspended on TikTok and discuss the problem with the Kardashians while offering up some bits of mom wisdom along the way. Focus with a “P” and enjoy the conversation.Christina P. wants to hear from you since she is seriously lacking in cool mom friends. If you want to share a "Pazsitzky Effect" or "Mom Hack" please call into our voicemail (213)375-5184 and let Christina know! We want to talk to as many moms across America as we can.WhereMyMomsAt@gmail.com(213) 375-5184https://christinaponline.com/tour-dateshttps://store.ymhstudios.com/
Giant's interview with Alysha Nett. Recorded at Alysha's home near Kansas City, MO on August 18, 2022. Includes interjections by her partner Mike Fuentes. Topics discussed include: Growing up near Wichita, creepy basements, tornados, Varsity sports, drunk at school, country girl stuff, MTV, music videos, Britney Spears, MuchMusic, Real World San Francisco, Wichita State, Woodstock doc, New Metal, male-dominated family, cinematography, Hardcore, Napster, MySpace, fashion, thrifting, youth sizes, Paris style, Fast Fashion, changing perceptions of tattooed women, “Lower Back Tattoo”, encouraged by tattooed father, Sabina Kelley, full suits, perceptions of tattooed people, hiding tattoos when helpful, balance of a bust, negative space, symmetrical tattoo placement, Junkie Style, My Little Pony, Lauren Windsor, cosmetology school, working at a salon in Wichita, Model Mayhem, Flickr, Tumblr, traveling as a model, Chicago, 17 in New York City, internship at a brokerage firm, hustling to achieve a goal, incentives, Waldorf Astoria, trading up, changes in image search, modeling for skate/streetwear brands, Philadelphia, the Chinatown bus, Mutter Museum, summers in LA, Moose Limited, working as a buyer, Fuct ad, monetizing/influencing, being a boss, Seasonless Southern California, anxiety, The Hundreds warehouse, REBEL8, move to San Diego, hosting SoundDiego on NBC, bus touring, meeting Mike Fuentes (Pierce the Veil), The Law of Attraction, The California Struggle, detoxing from social media during pandemic, creating healthy boundaries, sensuality, consistency, “brand-safe”, losing sense of self, moving to suburban Kansas City, daily routine, Lightroom and Photoshop, iMovie, Reels, tattoo vs lifestyle feeds, trust your gut and The Block Button.