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Highlights from Moncrieff
Why is there a Chinese police outpost on Capel Street?

Highlights from Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 8:02


Conor Gallagher, crime correspondent with The Irish Times joined Sean on the show to discuss the new Chinese police outpost on Dublin's Capel Street and why it is in Ireland...

Rockabilly & Blues Radio Hour
Catching A Wave 09-26-22

Rockabilly & Blues Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 57:05


On this Catching A Wave hour, we've got a trio of skateboard themed tunes from Jan & Dean, The Challengers and The Hondells to honor the super cool skateboarding dog, Bamboo.  We continue our 10th anniversary celebration of The Beach Boys' album That's Why God Made The Radio with another track from that.  Beth Riley has a cool deep track from them in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break and we drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear our selection of the week.  Plus, we've got tunes from 77s, Bloodshot Bill, Didi Wray, The Young Barons, Black Valley Moon, The Trashmen, The Atlantics, Dick Dale (with Huey Lewis on harmonica), Surf Ghost, The Outpost, Surf Monster and The Rumtones!   Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys   Black Valley Moon- "Russian Roulette" The Young Barons- "Perfidia" Bloodshot Bill- "Busted Tail" Dick Dale- "F Groove" (feat. Huey Lewis on harmonica) The Rumtones- "Nazare"   Skateboard trio: Jan & Dean- "Sidewalk Surfin'" The Challengers- "Asphalt Spinner" The Hondells- "Little Sidewalk Surfin' Girl"   Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break: The Beach Boys- "Time To Get Alone" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE   The Atlantics- "Whitewash" The Trashmen- "True Love" (previously unreleased Carl Perkins cover) Didi Wray- "Peter Gunn" Surf Ghost- "California Dyin'"   10th Anniversary Celebration of The Beach Boys- That's Why God Made The Radio The Beach Boys- "From There To Back Again"   The Outpost- "Santa Cruz"   Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: The Tremolos- "The Weird One"   77s- "Do It For Love" (stadium mix) Surf Monster- "Piercing"   Outro music bed: Eddie Angel- "Deuces Wild"

Believe to See
Interview: Making Your Home an Outpost of Grace and Beauty with Elyce Westby

Believe to See

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 45:59


Cohost of Believe to See Christina Brown sits down with fellow Anselm Arts Guild member Elyce Westby to talk about the importance of cultivating a narrative of beauty in your home. They discuss the "hidden art of the everyday," how beauty can direct our souls towards God, and how our homes can be outposts of grace and beauty.

Radio Lento podcast
132 A bird watcher's outpost beneath the telegraph wires

Radio Lento podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 41:02


Warm sunlit afternoon. Late August. On the nature reserve at Mucking, beside the Thames in Essex. A bird hide. Perched on a steep bank amongst reeds, looking out on a strip of newly exposed mud. Tide falling. Water receding. Soon, when enough mud is exposed, maybe the curlew will come. "Listen" a voice says. From inside the bird hide. Though empty, someone is there. Between the bright of the slot windows, within the shadow, there's a figure, of an old man. Not creaking its timber floorboards, he moves towards the threshold, but then stops. "Can you hear it?" He asks, in a soft brown tone. A curl of smoke from his pipe wafts on the breeze. Softly washing tidal water. Breezes rustling in tall reeds. A cricket, there but barely perceptible, hiding somewhere. Basking in the sun. This place, beside the bird hide, though near habitation, feels beyond civilisation. On the edge of something else. Like an outpost. But what can the old man mean? A single drifting seagull. Faint noises of the bankside industry. Or is it that nearby clink, of loose metal on stone? "It's all around," he says, slowly raising his arms as if to fly away. "In the all around". Subtle. There, and not there. A low, undulating hum. A slow, quavering tone. What is it? The old man smiles. "They say it's the wind in the telegraph wires". Then backs, and disappears into the shadows inside the bird hide. As if in reply the sound rises, and falls. Rises, and falls again. Marking the quiet. Marking the time. "It's just the voice, of the wind". * We recorded this piece of captured quiet on the almost completely deserted nature reserve at Mucking on one of the last days in August. The wind in the telegraph wires is subtle, and worth finding a pair of headphones and a quiet place to listen. At about 29 minutes the curlews do come. We still can't work out what is making the occasional chinking noise. There was nobody at all about. Someone (not any of us) does walk along the path next to the bird hide near the end.

Ducky's and Dargons: The Vardorian Conflict

The Disaster Trio set out for the Hiemal region of Ark'Aara, Xarris' homeland, to investigate a series of murders at the Snowcap Military Outpost.

Royal Ranger Podcast
What's The Deal with Reality? [S06,E181]

Royal Ranger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 47:05


Last episode of season 6 What's The Deal with Reality? Our culture has one foot hanging over an abyss and one foot on a greasy black banana peel. Tic Tok disordered dating and relational advice.  Every corner of the internet littered with the fantasy driven porn industry, and the ever-growing worlds of virtual reality. Yes, [...] The post What's The Deal with Reality? [S06,E181] appeared first on The Ranger Podcast.

Think Out Loud
How a peer-led homeless services provider is helping people who are unhoused in Vancouver find stability, community

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 15:31


Last month, the City of Vancouver published a report to measure the impact of its first “Safe Stay Community,” a homeless shelter facility called the Outpost which opened last December. But unlike traditional, congregate shelters, the Outpost consists of 20 modular, shed-like structures to house single individuals or couples experiencing homelessness. It is being managed around the clock by Outsiders Inn, a local homeless services provider that is staffed entirely by people with lived experiences of homelessness. According to city officials, within the first six months of its operation, 30 percent of the 46 residents who are unhoused at the Outpost transitioned to housing, and 11 of them found jobs. Police calls and visits to the area also decreased 30 percent compared to the previous year. Joining us are Adam Kravitz, the executive director of Outsiders Inn, and Jamie Spinelli, the homeless response coordinator for the City of Vancouver.

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
Rizwan Virk | Simulation Assimilation, Technological Synchronicity, and Dream Physics

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 117:47 Very Popular


Buy The Simulated Multiverse Now!https://bookshop.org/a/86490/9781954872004Buy The Simulation Hypothesis Now!https://bookshop.org/a/86490/9780983056904Rizwan Virk, successful entrepreneur, investor, futurist, bestselling author, video game industry pioneer, and indie film producer, Joins Mystic Mark for a conversation about the potential that we are living in a simulated multiverse. Riz shared his story and where this research began, his thoughts on Synchronicity, the indicators that we may be in a simulated multiverse and so much more. I asked Riz about Aliens, Psychedelics and the parallels between simulation theory and theology or creationism. Riz has produced many indie films (imdb link), including Thrive,  Sirius,  Knights of Badassdom, starring Peter Dinklage and Summer Glau, The CW's The Outpost, as well as adaptations of the works of Philip K. Dick and Ursula K. Le Guin.Riz's books include Startup Myths & Models, The Simulation Hypothesis, Zen Entrepreneurship, and Treasure Hunt: Follow Your Inner Clues to Find True Success, and The Simulated Multiverse. Buy Riz's Books Here: https://www.zenentrepreneur.com/more-infoLearn more about Rizwan Virk Here: https://www.zenentrepreneur.com/Share This Episode: https://share.transistor.fm/s/5e7b4808Get the SEEEN Travel Guide!https://ko-fi.com/s/6f1e1173a0Synchro-Wisdom Dialogue: https://linktr.ee/mysticmarkpodcastMFTIC Merchhttps://mftic-podcast.creator-spring.comJoin us on TelegramLeave me a message On Telegram!For Exclusive My Family Thinks I'm Crazy Content: Only 3$ get 50+ Bonus Episodes, Sign up on our Patreon For Exclusive Episodes. Check out the S.E.E.E.N.or on Rokfin@MFTICPodcast on Twitter@myfamilythinksimcrazy on Instagram, Follow, Subscribe, Rate, and Review we appreciate you!https://www.myfamilythinksimcrazy.comhttps://altmediaunited.com/my-family-thinks-im-crazy/Listen to Every AMU Podcast with this link. https://lnns.co/pI5xHeyFdfgGET A NEW PODCASTING APP! https://podcastindex.org/appsHelp fund the show, I cannot do this without your support.CashApp: $MarkSteevesJrVenmo: @MysticMarkPaypal: @mysticmarkPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/MFTIC?fan_landing=trueRokfin: https://www.rokfin.com/myfamilythinksimcrazyKo-fi: https://ko-fi.com/myfamilythinksimcrazyBuy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MFTICWithout you this Podcast would not exist, bless all who support.MUSICAL CREDITSIntro Song by Destiny LabMusic: Shadow Of ElaraBy The Europa Protoharmonic Symphony OrchestraOutroMusic: 36g/8gBy: Monplaisir Feat SouthmanMusic: It Takes A VillageBy HoliznaReleased under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License Thanks To Soundstripe and Free Music Archive ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Watchers of Tomorrow
The Last Outpost - Star Trek:TNG - Watchers of Tomorrow

Watchers of Tomorrow

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 64:01


Welcome to Watchers of Tomorrow! A podcast where we go through the world of science fiction television episode by episode, talking about the themes, concepts, ideas, the good, the bad, and the weird. We are great fans of sci-fi and would like to invite you on our journey through the funky and strange worlds that we are to explore… Today's episode: We finally meet the Ferengi! The terror of The Next Generation! The ultimate evil of the future, capitalists! And... this introduction starts good, but then it falls on its face pretty quickly. Dang it. But that's 80s TV for you. ====== Who are we? Gepwin: https://www.youtube.com/user/Gepwin Dr. Izixs: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrIzixs   Check out our web presence: Website: https://watchersoftomorrow.com/ Podbean: https://watchersoftomorrow.podbean.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyH1i8-qV9pI0q8CC-453nw Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Ixcksgjzjkeadxpqzurf52aaol4?t=Watchers_of_Tomorrow Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/watchers-of-tomorrow?refid=stpr TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture-Podcasts/Watchers-of-Tomorrow-p1153654/ Digital Podcast: http://www.digitalpodcast.com/feeds/98431-watchers-of-tomorrow Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/2gKB Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7iIHJyPt9LbfSX5nFPco4L   Music: “Waveform” and “Mori's Principle” by DRKRN "Quirky Dog" by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/collections.html?collection=34&Search=Search   Discord: https://discord.gg/s59QNqh

Realtree Outpost
Old-School Scouting Tactics, Hidden Monster Bucks, and Pre-Season Plans

Realtree Outpost

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 41:11


Season 3 of Realtree's Outpost debuts with Will Brantley and Mike Hanback talking about old-school scouting tactics like long-range glassing, monster bucks hidden in garages for decades, and why Indiana has become the nation's best-kept secret for giant whitetails. 

The GAP Podcast
The GAP Episode 628 – The Thing

The GAP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 109:19


On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie and Joab Gilroy talk about playing the board game The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31. The games they've been playing this week include Saints Row, Entropy : Zero 2, Escape From Tarkov, Idle Superpowers, Ultrakill, and more. Over in the news Embracer Group acquires a bunch of stuff, some bigots get upset about a Spider-Man mod being removed, Gamescom kicks off, Death Stranding heads to PC Game Pass, and the PlayStation VR2 is coming out early next year. This episode goes for 1 hour and 50 minutes, it also contains coarse language. Timestamps – 00:00:00 – Start 00:02:18 – The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31 00:25:46 – Ultrakill 00:27:30 – Idle Superpowers 00:32:17 – Escape from Tarkov 00:41:39 – Entropy Zero 2 00:43:59 – Saints Row 01:08:41 – News 01:35:28 – Questions 01:40:45 – Weekly Plugs 01:42:47 – End of Show Subscribe in a reader iTunes / Spotify Head to the Youtube Channel to watch/listen when it goes live!

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
136 Big Van or Little Van? Tripodometers, Walmart Fire, Nokian Outpost Tires, VR Exploration

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 32:36


Which is better? Big van or little van? BOTH - we'll explain. We'll also review Nokian's Outpost Tires, talk about the tragic fire at Walmart, Tripodomters as fuel guages, and a way to walk through town from your couch.  FIND US: We're on Facebook (Built to Go Group), Instagram (@collegeofcuriosity), Twitter (@colofcuriosity), and we have a Discord server (invite at top of main page at builttogo.com.)   GRRRRR.... mean looking, yet has soft hands. Product Review: Nokian Outpost A/T I like 'em! Make sure you get the LT rated ones.  https://www.nokiantires.com/all-terrain-tires/nokian-tyres-outpost-at/ Resource Recommendation: Wander  Walk around places you've never been before, and even travel through time! https://www.oculus.com/experiences/quest/2078376005587859/ Walmart Fire Case https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/national/article264410476.html Some links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything from these links, the show will receive a small fee. This will not impact your price in any way. 

Durable Value: An Investor's Podcast
How to Navigate the Current Uncertainty | Ep. 37

Durable Value: An Investor's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 18:35


Joe & Ryan talk through the current uncertain market situation and how they approached the last financial crisis back in 2008 which was also the year they founded Graceada Partners!

ATARC Federal IT Newscast
In the Nic of Time with Joey Arora, VP of Growth at the Outpost

ATARC Federal IT Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 102:47


Join this episode of In the Nic of Time with Joey Arora, VP of Growth at the Outpost as they discuss the importance of dual-use technology in DoD and how to enable companies to become the next billion-dollar competitors to the current primes.

John Wesley Norton's BOOMCAST
BOOMCAST #3 - SASQUATCH OUTPOST, DATIL SENSATION

John Wesley Norton's BOOMCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 51:37


On Episode #3 of John Wesley Norton's BOOMCAST we have a great show starting with Jim Meyers who owns and operate the Sasquatch Outpost in Bailey Colorado. We will learn about his establishment and learn quite a bit about these mysterious creatures of the backwoods!Next is David King who is the owner/operator of Datil Sensation, maker of some of my favorite hot sauces that use the little known Datil hot pepper! This is a good one folks so be sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review!www.sasquatchoutpost.comwww.datilsensation.comAlso, please subscribe to my company newsletter, The Boomstick Bulletin! THE BOOMSTICK BULLETINTo reach the show email us at:johnwesleynorton@gmail.com

Get Uncomfortable
068: Chris Kolenda Ph.D. | US Army Colonel (ret) on Cycling to Honor Fallen Soldiers, Ancient Greek Quality of Arête & Gaining Buy-In

Get Uncomfortable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 55:09


Hello Friends!Today's episode is one I am so honored to have had the chance to record and put up for you. I was able to sit down with a highly distinguished military leader and talk with him about a journey he is going to embark on; The Fallen Hero Honor Ride.A 1,700 mile bike ride across the US to honor 6 paratroopers that were killed in action in Afghanistan.Learn more and how to donate to his cause at Honorride.usRetired Army Colonel Christopher D. Kolenda, Ph.D., founder of the Strategic Leaders Academy, works with leaders who want to apply insights from history and military operations to take their businesses to new heights.Chris is a West Point graduate, internationally renowned combat leader, entrepreneur, and former trusted adviser to three 4-star generals and two undersecretaries of defense. His first book, Leadership: The Warrior's Art has been in print for over 20 years and helped tens of thousands of leaders succeed in combat and business.He has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, BBC, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. His battlefield leadership has been featured in several books, including Jake Tapper's bestseller The Outpost.Strategic Leader's AcademyFollow us on Instagram, FacebookSign up for the newsletter or learn about remote nutrition coaching at EnlightenedAthlete.com

Outpost Community Church: Sunday Messages

Connor Baxter from Onward Community Church encourages us to not abandon our first love of Christ as we enter into this new season of the blessing at the Outpost building

Revelations Podcast
S3 | Ep. 6 // Bringing the Strong Man Down with Jesus' Love and Forgiveness (ft. Mark Halla)

Revelations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 81:21


No one is exempt from sin and making mistakes. It is the reality of life that we sometimes stray from God's path for us and seek strength from the darkness within us. However, we can redeem ourselves every day and in every way; by loving God and sharing His Word, God calls us to become truth-tellers and ambassadors of His Love[1] for us.No matter who you are or what you've done, even if you think you are the most terrible person on Earth — God will love you still, and you have a place.Joining us in this episode of Revelations Podcast is Mark Halla, founding member of The Outpost. Tune in as he shares his raw and moving story of redemption from his sins that we can only receive through God's eternal love for us.If you want to know how to receive Christ Jesus without reservations and become a messenger of His Word, this episode is for you!Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode:Discover how the Enemy uses us for evil and how to open your hearts to Jesus through Mark's inspiring story,Find out how the Lord's forgiveness is absolute and freely given,Learn how to arm yourself against the strong man in our lives and seek strength from Jesus,ResourcesMore from the Revelations Podcast: Website | Instagram | Apple PodcastPrayer That's Caught and Taught: Mentoring the Next Generation by Carol Madison: Amazon l Barnes & NobleAbba's Child: The Cry of the Heart for Intimate Belonging by Brennan Manning: Amazon l Barnes & NobleConnect with Mark: FacebookThe Outpost: WebsiteThe Branch Church: WebsiteBible Verses:Matthew 12:28-30Ephesians 2:1-6Ephesians 6: 10-19Jeremiah 29:13Episode Highlights[01:51] Mark's Family and FaithMark grew up in a family business of landscaping. He started the Mustard Seed Landscaping and Garden Center and merged it with the family business.Some would say Mark is retired, but he sees it as an opportunity to serve God and His Kingdom for His praise instead of his own.[06:25] How Mark Grew UpMark: “I feel like God has transformed me to think much less about myself [and] much more about Him. And, I'm like going to be a fool for Christ. And so people sometimes say, 'Why you seem like, you're so open and willing to share really deep things,' And it's like yeah, we should all be, right? We are all an open book: the story's that He's written, and it's for His Glory, not ours. So my story of shame and guilt is His story of love, mercy, and grace."Mark's childhood was not a peaceful one.Mark's parents had frustrations in their marriage due to his father's work and lack of time to be with their family.To cope, his mother turned to alcohol which created more tension in their marriage and the family. They eventually divorced, and Mark moved to South Minneapolis with his mother.His father would take him and his siblings to church every Sunday, which became their foundation of faith.[10:26] Believing in Satan and the LiesWhen he was six, Mark pushed a friend, Donald, into the creek. He immediately tried to look for him, but when it got dark, he went home frightened of what he had done.The police came to investigate, and when they asked Mark what happened, he lied to protect himself. He felt immense shame and guilt for what he had done. Mark: “It was like, Satan, I fell for all his lies. And I was like, immediately imprisoned for what felt like the rest of my life,”This traumatic event haunted Mark for the rest of his childhood. He was branded a murderer by his peers and family.He felt power and strength from Satan; he let out his frustration and anger toward God by beating other kids up. [17:43] Power of SatanMark called out to Satan and asked for his strength during a fight with a schoolmate.Even though the other child was bigger and stronger, Mark felt like a demon had possessed him and gave him the strength to fight back even when the fight should have ended.Keeping people afraid is one way of controlling them.[20:06] Knowing the EnemyOur battle is not with flesh and blood but with spirituality and demons that push us away from God.We minimize Satan, but his strength and demons are real.Satan has a standing order to snatch people away from God's Light and Kingdom.[22:05] Coming Back to GodWhen he was 12, Mark had an encounter with God. He was going to kill himself in the falls but stopped when he encountered God.He was swearing at Him and pouring out evil when a kind and gentle Voice told him not to jump. He has plans for Mark's life to turn him into His messenger.Even if you are the most terrible living person, God has plans for you.God's love covers all.Mark and his siblings moved out to be with their father. Mark immediately got into fights on the first day of high school, but God found ways to keep turning things around for him. [30:02] Response to God's EncounterGod kept working in the background even when Mark put his encounter with him on the shelf.Mark read the Bible from front to back and acknowledged that there was a God and Satan. He knew he didn't want to walk beside Satan anymore.[31:56] God's Mercy Mark went to college to study business administration but quickly realized he wasn't college material. He went back home to work in the family business.He quit the family business to date a landscape architect from work and knew from the first date that he would marry her.Even when you don't know or understand God fully, His Voice speaks to your soul.Growing up, when he was disruptive in their household, his mother would tell him that she loved him. Mark now recognizes his mother's words as God speaking to Him.God calls us towards repentance and redemption.[37:33] Mark's Marriage and His Path Towards GodHis marriage to his bride has helped him groom himself to His likeness. The first years of their marriage were good, and they had everything they could want. When his son, Logan, was born, Mark realized how a father loves.When Logan was three and about to go to kindergarten, Mark became depressed and suicidal because Mark thought his son would die for he did in kindergarten. His behavior influenced their marriage negatively.They decided to go back to the church for Logan. Mark found their first bible study session uncomfortable. However, they were determined to go at least three times. By the third time, God has captured their hearts. [44:47] Promise Keepers and Receiving GodIn 1996, Mark attended a Promise Keepers event with his neighbor and his family. Because of the bad seats and worse sound system, Mark wanted to go home.During the speaker's talk about what Christ did on the cross, Mark heard everything clearly and felt God's Voice speaking directly to him.Mark: “And I was like, I recognize this Voice. And He says to me, ‘Mark, I forgave you years and years ago, isn't it time you forgive yourself?'”There isn't a sin God couldn't and isn't willing to forgive. You can find freedom from sin and its bondage only by allowing yourself to live your life for God.[49:41] God's ForgivenessIf you ask God for forgiveness, He will forgive you.The sin inside of us will continue to dig deeper and deeper, burying us in a pit of shame and guilt. We need to receive God first and repent to start the path towards our salvation.We need people in our lives to speak the truth to us and love us because we will make mistakes and sin. But we have a better chance of choosing God if we know we are unconditionally loved by Him and the people around us.True transformation starts when you open your heart to the Lord.[52:11] Life in God's GraceGod is faithful amidst all the times Mark has sinned and the troubles his marriage has gone through.God answers our prayers in ways we don't usually expect.When Mark prayed to fall in love with God again, a tragic event rocked Mark's world. It became the path for him to lean more to God and to realize that God actively answers his prayers.God redeems and restores.[54:42] Changes in Mark's LifeWhen Mark fell in love with Jesus, his way of life changed profoundly.He was company president when he told his father that they needed to make drastic changes in how they ran their business. Mark found that the closer he was to God, the further he became from his father.He left their business to start a new one focusing on helping others and not themselves. He took a leap of faith while driving to see if the land was available for sale.During the tour with the landowners, Mark recognized the land from a dream he had in which God spoke to him. He eventually purchased the land for their new company: the Outpost Center, and the Branch Church.It is such a privilege and pleasure to work with God. We may not know where we are going, but through faith in Him, we will always be on the right path.[1:01:53] Talking to Donald's ParentsMark initially had trouble contacting Donald's family, but through ads, he found the correct number.He talked to Donald's sister on the phone and told her that he killed Donald and that he was sorry and had found his way to the Lord.Donald's mother chose not to talk to him, but he heard her in the background that she forgives him.We all have a "strong man" like Satan or demons binding us in our lives.We need to receive the power of the Holy Spirit and allow Jesus in our hearts before we can receive His strength and believe Him over the lies.Reagan: "So we do have the power in Jesus Christ to bind the strong man in us at any time. Even if, as believers, we let those lies in or anything like that. But first, we need to receive Him to have the power of that Spirit,"[1:05:22] God's Work in Mark's Life His Word is active and alive, and Mark falls in love with It more and more.There is a stronger man: Jesus. We need to cling to His armor and appropriate His strength.[1:06:18] The Armor of GodThe Belt of Truth; We need to accept the truth that we are saved by God's Grace alone, through faith in Christ, and for the power and glory of God.The Breastplate of Righteousness; With one sacrifice, we are made perfect forever. The Gospel of Peace; God has made peace with us, and we have to be the truth to other people and show them the path of repentanceThe Shield of Faith; We arm ourselves against Satan through our faith.Listen to the episode for the last two pieces of the Armor of God![1:12:47] How Young People Can PrayAs a parent, we should first be in love with Jesus before we can impart His values and lessons to our children.Having a quiet time and devoting yourself to God can help set an example for children.Walk with the Lord and talk about His Word.About MarkMark Halla is a founding member of The Outpost, a non-denominational Christian Ministry whose mission is to be a place where people are fed and taught to become Jesus' disciples. He is also a former steward of the Mustard Seed Garden Center. He has been married to his wife, Kay, for 36 years and has two children, Logan and Erin. To reach out to Mark, you can send a message through his Facebook profile.Enjoyed this Episode?If you did, subscribe and share it with your friends!Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your friends and family. This episode will inspire you as Mark proves the truth of God's mercy and forgiveness.Have any questions? You can connect with me on Instagram.Thank you for tuning in! For more updates, tune in on Apple Podcasts. kw: lovemeta: No matter who you are or what you've done, even if you're the most terrible person on Earth — God will love you still, and you have a place.

Funny Science Fiction
S1E93 - Vindication of the Outpost ft. Orange Nebula

Funny Science Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 53:00


Vindication of the Outpost Tom and Matt from game builders Orange Nebula join us this week on The FSF PopCast. Orange Nebula talks about their games Unsettled and Vindication, their podcast The Outpost, and their kickstarter campaigns. We talk about their backgrounds, the games they love, and what about their games you will love as well. Check out their games, check out out their kickstarter, and be sure to check out their podcast as well! For more on Orange Nebula, please visit the following - Website - www.orangenebula.com Twitter - @orangenebula For RSWOF Merch - https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/31938193-rswof?store_id=1397534 100% of all proceeds Benefit Wish Upon a Teen For direct contributions - www.wishuponateen.org Join our Discord! https://discord.gg/cpry4fCDTq Check out our website - www.fsfpopcast.com Find us on your favorite audio podcast providers like Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Goodpods, Stitcher and many more! FSF PopCast on Twitter and Instagram - @fsfpopcast Buy us Coffee - https://ko-fi.com/fsfpopcast For more on our show partners - Bridgework Studios - https://www.teepublic.com/user/bridgework-studios Level Up Sabers - https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=2018189&u=3289465&m=124959&urllink=&afftrack= Support The FSF PopCast by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/funny-science-fiction

Royal Ranger Podcast
Psychology of A Royal Ranger Adventure [S06,E190]

Royal Ranger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:51


Psychology of A Royal Ranger Adventure There must be dozens of neurological and phycological nourishment, but in this episode of The Ranger Podcast we will examine three with the biggest impact. Uncertainty I love what phycologist Matt Walker M.S, a world class mountain climber, says, “Adventure is defined by uncertain outcome. The most significant moments of [...] The post Psychology of A Royal Ranger Adventure [S06,E190] appeared first on The Ranger Podcast.

Outpost of Heaven: the podcast
145. The Bunker vs. Outpost Mentality & Emily's 30 Day Social Media Break

Outpost of Heaven: the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 51:28


Sometimes when world, national, or local news, or even our own lives get heavy and stressful all we want to do is scoop up our little family and escape into the woods somewhere and not associate with anyone. We have been calling this the "bunker mentality." As enticing as this seems, we know deep down that it isn't what Heavenly father would want us to do. When you're in a bunker, you can't project light or peace or faith, or anything. You're fear based. When you create an outpost mentality, your living a faith based life. We can live IN the world and not OF the world. LINKS www.instagram.com/outpostofheaven

Retro Radio Podcast
Lone Ranger – Outpost In Despair. 470730

Retro Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:30


Outpost In Despair 7/30/47 A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty 'Hi-yo Silver!' The Lone Ranger!"The Lone Ranger series is presented from 1st episode to it's completion as heard on Early Radio.

SteelerNation.com Podcast
Steeler Nation Vidcast: Pickett Getting 2nd Team Reps

SteelerNation.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 52:35


Shamus the Bard of the Outpost, er... G. Stryker is coming to you live from camp in western PA, no not training camp, Pennsic War Camp! It seems like young squire Kenny Pickett is getting some snaps with the 2nd team, and Connor Heyward is making plays in many different roles. Lets all get together for a medieval episode of the Steeler Nation Vidcast and talk some Steelers with ye! This vidcast is a 60 minute show and takes questions live from Facebook and YouTube Steeler Nation fans. Follow @SNStryker on Twitter, IG, and TikTok.   WATCH and SUBSCRIBE to our Steeler Nation YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/8c1izG_yp2M   Check out our sponsors: Total Sports Enterprises is the spot to go for all of your autographed Steelers memorabilia. Follow them on Twitter @TotalSportsEnt and Instagram @TotalSportsEnterprises for a chance to win a new autographed item each week! #SteelerNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

tabletopnotch
A Peak Beneath the Veil | Season 2, Chapter 6 | "Outpost Traumatic Stress"

tabletopnotch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 196:22


In this episode of tabletopnotch's homebrew 5th ed. D&D campaign, the party fights to keep all of their magic items before continuing north to scout the captured Broken Crown outpost. Tune in to tabletopnotch live every Sunday at 7pm EST at www.twitch.tv/tabletopnotch. VODs and 5 minute recaps of every episode can be found on YouTube at www.youtube.com/tabletopnotch. Click here for a full list of music used in our campaign. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tabletopnotch/support

Scuttlebutt War Movie Review Podcast
Episode 10 - The Outpost - Cop Keating Special Ft. Chris Jones

Scuttlebutt War Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 146:50


In celebration of our 10th episode, This week we take a deep dive into Rod Lurie's 2019 Afghan War Drama The Outpost, With a real member of Red Platoon, someone who was there on the ground during the Attack, Chris Jones.Midnight Chow-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwasnlqhfYXF8zEfnBxEhdAFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/ScuttlebuttMovieReviewsInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/scuttlebuttreviews/?hl=enYoutube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwbgZzUyQc--6MUwA_CtFvQPatreon -https://www.patreon.com/Scuttlebuttpodcast

Danger Close
Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan (2019)

Danger Close

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 108:01


This film has been requested many times; usually by our Aussie and Kiwi listeners, and occasionally by people who think our podcast is entirely dedicated to this one film from 2019. Well-known down under, but not as much in the rest of the world, this is the story of one of the most famous battles Anzac troops fought in the Vietnam War. They were outnumbered between 10 and 20-to-1, and had it not been for their tactical decision-making, the fight could have had a very different outcome. We've done films “based on true events” (and people) many times before; how does this one compare to We Were Soldiers or The Outpost? Did they do justice to the real soldiers who fought in this battle? Join us on Danger Close: A War Film Podcast, and find out! Next Episode: The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments! Our website: www.dangerclosepod.com Join our Facebook group at: Danger Close - Podcast Discussion Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1442264899493646/) If you like the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! If you would like to support the show and get extra episodes where we discuss sci-fi, fantasy, and comedy war movies, join our Patreon for only $4 a month at: www.dangerclosepod.com/support warmovies #warfilms #war #film #films #movies #history #cinema #ANZAC #Vietnam

Kan English
Mitzpe Kramim outpost residents can stay put

Kan English

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 6:01


The High Court has ruled that settlers living in the outpost Mitzpe Kramim on the West Bank, and whose homes were built on privately owned Palestinian owned land, will not be evacuated.  The court relied on a provision of the law that specifies that if land was purchased in good faith and its true ownership was not known, the purchase remains in place.  In the ruling, the judges said the homes will not be demolished but new homes in the outposts were not to be built.  The decision reversed an earlier court ruling that the  45 homes in the outpost  must be demolished. KAN's Mark Weiss spoke with Mitzpe Kramim resident Binyamin Kop. (Photo: Noam Moscovitz/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pace Brothers - Into The Wilderness Podcast
#210 Tecovas Outpost: Josh Crumpton

Pace Brothers - Into The Wilderness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 82:05


Episode 210 is the third instalment of the Tecovas Outpost series, bringing you stories of the wilderness from the American west, from people who live, breathe and work on the land. You can read articles related to this series on the Tecovas website. In this show, I speak with Josh Crumpton. An avid angler, he is a naturalist, conservationist, and mentor, coming to the world of hunting and fishing despite a series of barriers he faced in his formative years. His story covers diversity in the outdoors and the challenges for people trying to connect with nature in the modern world.  This is a Modern Huntsman production More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon

Humboldt Holding Up
Betty Chinn on Her Decades of Service in Humboldt, Recent Setbacks and Her Favorite Things

Humboldt Holding Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 69:29


If you read the news, or just live in Humboldt, you're surely familiar with the work of beloved local philanthropist Betty Kwan Chinn, who has spent the last four decades tirelessly serving the local homeless community. And Chinn loves the work she does so much that after all those years, working sometimes 20-hour days, she has no plans to slow down any time soon. "My mother lived to 104 years old, and I will work until the day I die," Chinn told the Outpost when asked about her retirement plans. "...I don't need anything...When you are free from power and greed, you are free yourself. I feel free everyday." Chinn talks about her passion for helping those in need on this 100th -- and final -- episode of Humboldt Holding Up, the Outpost's long pandemic podcast experiment. Chinn also discusses the heartbreak she felt when the trailers she planned to turn into housing were recently burned down, the elation she felt a receiving an honorary doctorate from Cal Poly Humboldt and some of trials of helping the homeless during COVID. And as a special treat, Chinn entertains our "lightning round" of silly questions, sharing her love of Star Wars, her admiration of Obama and that time she met Bono, but didn't know who he was.

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro
Golf: Rob Strano, Mark Wiebe, Bill Bergin, Rees Jones, & Duane Horton Join Me...

Next On The Tee with Chris Mascaro

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 92:00


Talking Open Championship with Rob Strano, & Mark Wiebe, plus a big announcement about what's going on at The McLemore with Course Co-Designers Bill Bergin & Rees Jones, plus McLemore CEO Duane Horton. Rob Strano shares his thoughts on this year's Open Championship, the media's fixation on Tiger Woods, the strategy mindset shift players need to make when playing links golf, and what's coming up on his TV show The Golf Kingdom. Mark Wiebe won the 2013 Senior Open Championship. We get his perspective on what it's like to play in an Open Championship, who he likes at this year's tournament, what strategy changes players need to make to be successful playing links golf, and what his reaction would have been if Greg Norman had shown up in the '80s with an offer for him to go play on the LIV Tour. Bill Bergin, Rees Jones, and Duane Horton from The McLemore join me in the final segment. We hear the exciting announcement that a second 18-hole course is being developed on the property. It will be called The Outpost and the course will contain 5 holes along the edge of Lookout Mountain providing incredible vistas. We also hear about Bill Bergin's experience playing in the 1984 Open Championship at St. Andrews when he shot 66 in the 3rd round, which was the low round of the tournament. Rees Jones shares his thoughts on the new course at McLemore and how perfectly the land is suited to easily layout a new course. We also hear about his experience playing at St. Andrews. Duane Horton not only shares the announcement about the new course, he also talks about several other exciting pieces of news including a new hotel and other non-golf activities they have available for companies, families, and couples who are looking for a great getaway destination.

Outpost Community Church: Sunday Messages
Man the Outpost: Motivations Matter

Outpost Community Church: Sunday Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 40:00


Jake Williams shares how our motivations influence our faith and the way we walk in out in our lives 

Kill By Kill
John Carpenter's The Thing (1982)

Kill By Kill

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 82:19 Very Popular


We're all very tired, no one trusts anyone… and we're all talking about the 1982 classic, John Carpenter's THE THING!! That's right, we dig into our first experiences with the film, what makes those Rob Bottin's creatures so disturbing, which Outpost 31 character we really do trust, THING$, roller boogie, and get into why everyone looks to MacCready for approval. All this plus our hottest Thing Theories and the many, many reasons why you shouldn't leave your dirty drawers in the kitchen. It's a truly transformative episode of Kill By Kill, so listen today!! Never fear - new episodes of Kill By Kill are made available every other Friday! Dish By Dish: A Hannibal Rewatch on the Fridays in-between.  Our linker.eeOur TeePublic shop for killer merch is right here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kill-by-kill-podcast?utm_campaign=18042&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Kill%2BBy%2BKill%2Bpodcast%2B   Have something to say? Find us on Twitter @KillByKillPod Join the conversation about any episode on the Facebook Group! Follow us on IG @killbykillpodcast Check out the films we've covered & what might come soon on Letterboxd! Get even more episodes exclusively on Patreon!  Follow our station on vurbl: https://vurbl.com/station/2bdTISeI3X/ Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com Kill By Kill theme by Revenge Body. For the full-length version and more great music, head to revengebodymemphis.bandcamp.com today!

Royal Ranger Podcast
Is there any real value in Royal Rangers? [S06,E189]

Royal Ranger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 48:16


Is there any real value in Royal Rangers? Whether you call it bait or packaging, the outdoor scouting adventure gives Royal Rangers it's full value proposition.  However, unlike most packaging that often leads you to disappointing content, Royal Rangers delivers in its four-point maxim.  (Physically, Spiritually, Mentally, and Socially) The operative word here is “Value” [...] The post Is there any real value in Royal Rangers? [S06,E189] appeared first on The Ranger Podcast.

The First Ever Podcast
97: Brian McTernan: In So Many Aspects of My Life, I Second-guess Myself, With Music I Just Don't

The First Ever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 114:43


This week Jeremy interviews record producer / musician Brian McTernan of Be Well / Battery + more! On this episode Brian and Jeremy talk about the film Suburbia (1983), Sex Pistols, his first punk show and seeing Soul Side, Zach De La Rocha stories, how he first joined Battery, where he learned how to play guitar, his early emo band Ashes, the first time his band recorded, the birth of his Salad Days studio, how he learned to record, working at the studio The Outpost, his first tours and sleep struggles, Miltown,  Revelation Records vs. Revolution Records, Six Going on Seven, working on Cave In's Jupiter, Darkest Hour, Strike Anywhere's Exit English, working with Circa Survive, how Be Well formed and how recording his own records feel, upcoming tours and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON to hear a bonus episode where Brian answered questions that were submitted by subscribers! Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER Want some First Ever Podcast merch? Click here!

Bleav presents On The List with Brett Gursky
Taylor John Smith: Episode 73

Bleav presents On The List with Brett Gursky

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 109:50


It's the seventy-third episode of On The List with Brett Gursky. This week's guest Taylor John Smith talks all about his career as an actor. Taylor shares behind-the-scenes stories from his new movie “Where the Crawdads Sing”. He talks about chemistry reads over Zoom with Daisy Edgar Jones, filming in New Orleans, Reese Witherspoon producing, and Taylor Swift's original song for the movie. Then Taylor takes Brett back to the beginning, from growing up in Virginia to making the move to California. He discusses everything from his first acting job on the TNT show “Perception” to his appendix bursting on the set of “Grey's Anatomy”. He tells Brett all about booking the role of Reese Witherspoon & Ryan Phillippe's love child on the “Cruel Intentions” pilot for NBC and then starring on the second season of the Emmy-winning anthology series “American Crime”. Next, Taylor talks about his first starring role in the movie “Wolves” and the method acting of his co-star Michael Shannon who played his father. He also discusses his hit Netflix movie “You Get Me” co-starring Bella Thorne & Halston Sage. Taylor then talks about how he got his role in the Emmy-nominated HBO limited series “Sharp Objects” opposite Amy Adams- and how she helped lighten the mood on set. Taylor gives Brett more behind-the-scenes from the sets of his all recent films, including “Hunter Killer” with Gerard Butler & Gary Oldman, “The Outpost” with Orlando Bloom & Scott Eastwood, “Shadow in the Cloud” with Chloe Grace Moretz & Nick Robinson, and “Blacklight” with Liam Neeson. Last but not least, Taylor shares his advice for aspiring actors. Be sure to check out his new movie “Where the Crawdads Sing” exclusively in theaters on July 15th.

Humboldt Holding Up
Cleo DeOrio Invites You to a Bawdy Experience at the Red Light Cabaret

Humboldt Holding Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022


Warning: It might get spicy! This week the Outpost is joined by Cleo DeOrio -- Dell'Arte graduate, dancer, choreographer and director -- to chat about Dell'Arte's Red Light Cabaret, her character Betty Boop, and her new gig as artistic producing director of Ferndale Reperatory Theatre.

The Losers' Club: A Stephen King Podcast
Blockbuster Month: John Carpenter's The Thing Turns 40

The Losers' Club: A Stephen King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 132:30 Very Popular


Blockbuster Month comes to a fiery end! To close things out, the Losers are celebrating the 40th anniversary of John Carpenter's 1982 sci-fi horror spectacle The Thing. Join the Losers at Outpost 31 as they discuss the history behind the production, weigh in on the timeless practical effects, quote the movie nonstop, and debate whether this is Carpenter's greatest film in his catalogue. It should be noted this episode was originally recorded in July 2020 as part of our Crate series in The Barrens (Patreon). Join today at www.patreon.com/thebarrens for even more deep dives like this one!Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Cloud Pod
169: The CloudPod bounces back with Elastic Disaster Recovery

The Cloud Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 20:55


On The Cloud Pod this week, half the team whizzes through the news in record time. Plus: AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery, Google Distributed Cloud adds AI, ML and Database Solutions, and there's another win for NetApp with Azure VMware Solution. A big thanks to this week's sponsor, Foghorn Consulting, which provides full-stack cloud solutions with a focus on strategy, planning and execution for enterprises seeking to take advantage of the transformative capabilities of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. This week's highlights

The Week in Art
Documenta 15: scandal and legacy. Plus, the Warhol-Prince copyright dispute, and Juan Muñoz

The Week in Art

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 66:17 Very Popular


This week: our associate editor, Kabir Jhala, and editor-at-large, Jane Morris, have been in Kassel, Germany, to see Documenta, the quinquennial international art exhibition. They review the show and respond to the escalation of a long-running row over antisemitism and broader racism, which has resulted in a work being removed from the exhibition. Virginia Rutledge, an art historian and lawyer, discusses the dispute over Andy Warhol's appropriation of a photograph by Lynn Goldsmith of the pop icon Prince. The case will be heard in the US Supreme Court this autumn and has potentially huge implications for artistic freedom. And this episode's Work of the Week is An Outpost of Progress (1992), a drawing by the late Spanish artist Juan Muñoz, inspired by Joseph Conrad's short story of the same name.Documenta 15, Kassel, Germany, until 25 September.Juan Muñoz: Drawings 1982-2000, Centro Botín, Santander, Spain, 25 June-16 October. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Catholic Money Show from WalletWin
#148 The Domestic Church as an Outpost of Grace (ft. Dr. Greg Popcak)

The Catholic Money Show from WalletWin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:59


This week, we are so thrilled to welcome Dr. Greg Popak, Founder and Executive Director of the Pastoral Solutions Institute to chat all about building the domestic church. Mentioned in today's episode: - Catholic Households on a Mission - FREE WalletWin Academy Trial Have questions or leads for us? Leave a voicemail - https://walletwin.com/voicemail Or Email us - email@walletwin.com! Music in this episode is by Dylan Gardner – check out his album Almost Real on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you listen to great music. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/walletwin/message

Outpost of Heaven: the podcast
138. The Dad Outpost Takeover (Happy Fathers Day!)

Outpost of Heaven: the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 63:18


The Dad Outpost has taken over the podcast for today to celebrate Fathers Day! We sure are grateful for all of the good fathers out there who are raising their children in truth and Love and righteousness! Did you love hearing from Andrew, Zac and Logan? You can listen to them on The Dad Outpost Podcast on SoundCloud. Coming soon to Apple and Spotify! LINKS www.Instagram.com/outpostofheaven https://soundcloud.com/the-dad-outpost

Jimmy Eat Pod
139 – Blister feat. Charles Miller of Outpost Print Co.

Jimmy Eat Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 148:31


David and Justin walk it off with this Clarity track. They also discuss what adds are, live drum fills, and why Quora is so confusing. Charles Miller of Outpost Print Co. shows up around 02:01:00. Find more from Charles Miller through @bttroff. Check out Blister here! Get the YouTube playlist for the episode here Follow usRead More

Outpost: A Star Trek Fan Production
Outpost – Episode 82A – Slippery

Outpost: A Star Trek Fan Production

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 17:54


Deep Space 3 has some Deep Space 3 has some strange visitors to the station who claim to have come from the far side of the Pinchot Expanse -- and they bring a mysterious gift with them. The post Outpost – Episode 82A – Slippery appeared first on Giant Gnome Productions.

Gluten Free News
Hershey Park - Fun and Safe Food

Gluten Free News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 2:03


You know what makes Hershey Park in Hershey, PA extra sweet? Their dedicated gluten free and nut free food kiosk called The Outpost. Now you can enjoy the park fun without worrying about safe meals. No small thing for families dealing with dietary restrictions!Download the Hershey Park app. to see all they offer (think chicken parm sandwiches, and soft pretzel bites). Click on the individual menu items and they list the ingredients as well. That definitely makes me #hersheyparkhappy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Screaming in the Cloud
Not Just a Dinosaur with Guillermo Ruiz

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 34:19


Full Description / Show Notes Guillermo talks about how he came to work at OCI and what it was like helping to pioneer Oracle's cloud product (1:40) Corey and Guillermo discuss the challenges and realities of multi-cloud (6:00) Corey asks about OCI's dedicated region approach (8:27) Guillermo discusses the problem of awareness (12:40) Corey and Guillermo talk cloud providers and cloud migration (14:40) Guillermo shares about how OCI's cost and customer service is unique among cloud providers (16:56) Corey and Guillermo talk about IoT services and 5G (23:58) About Guillermo RuizGuillermo Ruiz gets into trouble more often than he would like. During his career Guillermo has seen many horror stories while building data centers worldwide. In 2007 he dreamed with space-based internet and direct routing between satellites, but he could only reach “the Cloud”. And there he is, helping customer build their business in someone else servers since 2011.Beware of his sense of humor...If you ever see him in a tech event, run, he will get you in problems.Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/IaaSgeek, https://twitter.com/OracleStartup LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gruizesteban/ 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: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. I've been meaning to get a number of folks on this show for a while and today is absolutely one of those episodes. I'm joined by Guillermo Ruiz who is the Director of OCI Developer Evangelism, slash the Director of Oracle for Startups. Guillermo, thank you for joining me, and is Oracle for Startups an oxymoron because it kind of feels like it in some weird way, in the fullness of time.Guillermo: [laugh]. Thanks, Corey. It's a pleasure being in your show.Corey: Well, thank you. I enjoy having you here. I've been trying to get you on for a while. I'm glad I finally wore you down.Guillermo: [laugh]. Thanks. As I said, well, startup, I think, is the future of the industry, so it's a fundamental piece of our building blocks for the next generation of services.Corey: I have to say that I know that you folks at Oracle Cloud have been a recurring sponsor of the show. Thank you for that, incidentally. This is not a promoted guest episode. I invited you on because I wanted to talk to you about these things, which means that I can say more or less whatever I damn well want. And my experience with Oracle Cloud has been one of constantly being surprised since I started using it a few years ago, long before I was even taking sponsorships for this show. It was, “Oh, Oracle has a cloud. This ought to be rich.”And I started kicking the tires on it and I came away consistently and repeatedly impressed by the technical qualities the platform has. The always-free tier has a model of cloud economics that great. I have a sizable VM running there and have for years and it's never charged me a dime. Your data egress fees aren't, you know, a 10th of what a lot of the other cloud providers are charging, also known as, you know, you're charging in the bounds of reality; good for that. And the platform continues to—although it is different from other cloud providers, in some respects, it continues to impress.Honestly, I keep saying one of the worst problems that has is the word Oracle at the front of it because Oracle has a 40-some-odd-year history of big enterprise systems, being stodgy, being difficult to work with, all the things you don't generally tend to think of in terms of cloud. It really is a head turn. How did that happen? And how did you get dragged into the mess?Guillermo: Well, this came, like, back in five, six years ago, when they started building this whole thing, they picked people that were used to build cloud services from different hyperscalers. They dropped them into a single box in Seattle. And it's like, “Guys, knowing what you know, how you would build the next generation cloud platform?” And the guys came up with OCI, which was a second generation. And when I got hired by Oracle, they showed me the first one, that classic.It was totally bullshit. It was like, “Guys, there's no key differentiator with what's there in the market.” I didn't even know Oracle had a cloud, and I've been in this space since late-2010. And I had to sign, like, a bunch of NDAs a lot of papers, and they show me what they were cooking in the oven, and oh my gosh, when I saw that SDN out of the box directly in the physical network, CPUs assign, it was [BLEEP] [unintelligible 00:03:45]. It was, like, bare metal. I saw that the future was there. And I think that they built the right solution, so I joined the company to help them leverage the cloud platform.Corey: The thing that continually surprises me is that, “Oh, we have a cloud.” It has a real, “Hello fellow kids,” energy. Yes, yeah, so does IBM; we've seen how that played out. But the more I use it, the more impressed I am. Early on in the serverless function days, you folks more or less acquired Iron.io, and you were streets ahead as far as a lot of the event-driven serverless function style of thing tended to go.And one of the challenges that I see in the story that's being told about Oracle Cloud is, the big enterprise customer wins. These are the typical global Fortune 2000s, who have been around for, you know—which is weird for those of us in San Francisco, but apparently, these companies have been around longer than 18 months and they've built for platforms that are not the latest model MacBook Pro running the current version of Chrome. What is that? What is that legacy piece of garbage? What does it do? It's like, “Oh, it does about $4 billion a quarter so maybe show some respect.”It's the idea of companies that are doing real-world things, and they absolutely have cloud power. Problems and needs that are being met by a variety of different companies. It's easy to look at that narrative and overlook the fact that you could come up with some ridiculous Twitter for Pets-style business idea and build it on top of Oracle Cloud and I would not, at this point, call that a poor decision. I'm not even sure how it got there, and I wish that story was being told a little bit better. Given that you are a developer evangelist focusing specifically on startups and run that org, how do you see it?Guillermo: Well, the thing here is, you mentioned, you know, about Oracle, many startup doesn't even know we have a cloud provider. So, many of the question comes is like, how we can help on your business. It's more on the experience, you know, what are the challenges, the gaps, and we go in and identify and try to use our cloud. And even though if I'm not able to fill that gap, that's why we have this partnership with Microsoft. It's the first time to cloud providers connect both clouds directly without no third party in between, router to router.It's like, let's leverage the best of these clouds together. I'm a truly believer of multi-cloud. Non-single cloud is perfect. We are evolving, we're getting better, we are adding services. I don't want to get to 500 services like other guys do. It's like, just have a set of things that really works and works really, really well.Corey: Until you have 40 distinct managed database services and 80 ways to run containers, are you're really a full cloud provider? I mean, there's always that question that, at some point, the database Java, the future is going to have to be disambiguating between all the different managed database services on a per workload basis, and that job sounds terrible. I can't let the multi-cloud advocacy pass unchallenged here because I'm often misunderstood on this, and if I don't say something, I will get emails, and nobody wants that. I think that the idea of building a workload with the idea that it can flow seamlessly between cloud providers is a ridiculous fantasy that basically no one achieves. The number of workloads that can do that are very small.That said, the idea of independent workloads living on different cloud providers as is the best fit for placement for those is not just a good idea, it is the—whether it's a good idea or not as irrelevant because that's the reality in which we all live now. That is the world we have to deal with.Guillermo: If you want distributed system, obviously you need to have multiple cloud providers in your strategy. How you federate things—if you go down to the Kubernetes side, how you federate multi-clusters and stuff, that's a challenge out there where people have. But you mentioned that having multiple apps and things, we have customers that they've been running Google Cloud, for example, and we build [unintelligible 00:07:40] that cloud service out there. And the thing is that when they run the network throughput and the performance test, they were like, “Damn, this is even better than what I have in my data center.” It's like, “Guys, because we are room by room.” It's here is Google, here it's Oracle; we land in the same data center, we can provide better connectivity that what you even have.So, that kind of perception is not well seen in some customers because they realize that they're two separate clouds, but the reality is that most of us have our infrastructure in the same providers.Corey: It's kind of interesting, just to look at the way that the industry is misunderstanding a lot of these things. When you folks came out with your cloud at customer initiatives—the one that jumps out to my mind is the dedicated region approach—a lot of people started making fun of that because, “What is this nonsense? You're saying that you can deploy a region of your cloud on site at the customer with all of the cloud services? That's ridiculous. You folks don't understand cloud.”My rejoinder to that is people saying that don't understand customers. You take a look at for example… AWS has their Outpost which is a rack or racks with a subset of services in them. And that, from their perspective, as best I can tell, solves the real problem that customers have, which is running virtual machines on-premises that do not somehow charge an hourly cost back to AWS—I digress—but it does bring a lot of those services closer to customers. You bring all of your services closer to customers and the fact that is a feasible thing is intensely appealing to a wide variety of customer types. Rather than waiting for you to build a region in a certain geographic area that conforms with some regulatory data requirement, “Well, cool, we can ship some racks. Does that work for you?” It really is a game-changer in a whole bunch of respects and I don't think that the industry is paying close enough attention to just how valuable that is.Guillermo: Indeed. I've been at least hearing since 2010 that next year is the boom; now everybody will move into the cloud. It has been 12 years and still 75% of customers doesn't have their critical workloads in the cloud. They have developer environments, some little production stuff, but the core business is still relying in the data center. If I come and say, “Hey, what if I build this behind your firewall?”And it's not just that you have the whole thing. I'm removing all your operational expenses. Now, you don't need to think about hardware refresh, upgrade staff, just focus on your business. I think when we came up with a dedicated region, it was awesome. It was one of the best thing I've seen their Outpost is a great solution, to be honest, but if you lose the one connectivity, the control plane is still in the cloud.In our site, you have the control plane inside your data center so you can still operate and manage your services, even if there is an outage on your one site. One of the common questions we find on that area is, like, “Damn, this is great, but we would like to have a smaller size of this dedicated region.” Well, stay tuned because maybe we come with smaller versions of our dedicated regions so you guys can go and deploy whatever you need there.Corey: It turns out that, in the fullness of time, I like this computer but I want it to be smaller is generally a need that gets met super well. One thing that I've looked into recently has been the evolution of companies, in the fullness of time—which this is what completely renders me a terrible analyst in any traditional sense; I think more than one or two quarters ahead, and I look at these things—the average tenure of a company in the S&P 500 index is 21 years or so. Which means that if we take a look at what's going on 20 years or so from now in the 2040s, roughly half—give or take—of the constituency of the S&P 500 may very well not have been founded yet. So, when someone goes out and founds a company tomorrow as an idea that they're kicking around, let's be clear, with a couple of very distinct exceptions, they're going to build it on Cloud. There's a lot of reasons to do that until you hit certain inflection points.So, this idea that, oh, we're going to rent a rack, and we're going to go build some nonsense, and yadda, yadda, yadda. It's just, it's a fantasy. So, the question that I see for a lot of companies is the longtail legacy where if I take that startup and found it tomorrow and drive it all the way toward being a multinational, at what point did they become a customer for whatever these companies are selling? A lot of the big E enterprise vendors don't have a story for that, which tells me long-term, they have problems. Looking increasingly at what Oracle Cloud is doing, I have to level with you, I viewed Oracle as being very much in that slow-eroding dinosaur perspective until I started using the platform in some depth. I am increasingly of the mind that there's a bright future. I'm just not sure that has sunk into the industry's level of awareness these days.Guillermo: Yeah, I can agree with you in that sense. Mainly, I think we need to work on that awareness side. Because for example, if I go back to the other products we have in the company, you know, like the database, what the database team has done—and I'm not a database guy—and it's like, “Guys, even being an infrastructure guy, customers doesn't care about infrastructure. They just want to run their service, that it doesn't fail, you don't have a disruption; let me evolve my business.” But even though they came with this converged database, I was really impressed that you can do everything in a single-engine rather than having multiple database implemented. Now, you can use the MongoDB APIs.It's like, this is the key of success. When you remove the learning curve and the frictions for people to use your services. I'm a [unintelligible 00:13:23] guy and I always say, “Guys, click, click, click. In three clicks, I should have my service up and running.” I think that the world is moving so fast and we have so much information today, that's just 24 hours a day that I have to grab the right information. I don't have time to go and start learning something from scratch and taking a course of six months because results needs to be done in the next few weeks.Corey: One thing that I think that really reinforces this is—so as I mentioned before, I have a free tier account with you folks, have for years, whenever I log into the thing, I'm presented with the default dashboard view, which recommends a bunch of quickstarts. And none of the quickstarts that you folks are recommending to me involve step one, migrate your legacy data center or mainframe into the cloud. It's all stuff like using analytics to predict things with AI services, it's about observability, it's about governance of deploy a landing zone as you build these things out. Here's how to do a low-code app using Apex—which is awesome, let's be clear here—and even then launching resources is all about things that you would tend to expect of launch database, create a stack, spin up some VMs, et cetera. And that's about as far as it goes toward a legacy way of thinking.It is very clear that there is a story here, but it seems that all the cloud providers these days are chasing the migration story. But I have to say that with a few notable exceptions, the way that those companies move to cloud, it always starts off by looking like an extension of their data center. Which is fine. In that phase, they are improving their data center environment at the expense of being particularly cloudy, but I don't think that is necessarily an adoption model that puts any of these platforms—Oracle Cloud included—in their best light.Guillermo: Yeah, well, people was laughing to us, when we released Layer 2 in the network in the cloud. They were like, “Guys, you're taking the legacy to the cloud. It's like, you're lifting the shit and putting the shit up there.” Is like, “Guys, there are customers that cannot refactor and do anything there. They need to still run Layer 2 there. Why not giving people options?”That's my question is, like, there's no right answers to the cloud. You just need to ensure that you have the right options for people that they can choose and build their strategy around that.Corey: This has been a global problem where so many of these services get built and launched from all of the vendors that it becomes very unclear as a customer, is this thing for me or not? And honestly, sometimes one of the best ways to figure that out is to all right, what does it cost because that, it turns out, is going to tell me an awful lot. When it comes to the price tag of millions of dollars a year, this is probably not for my tiny startup. Whereas when it comes to a, oh, it's in the always free tier or it winds up costing pennies per hour, okay, this is absolutely something I want to wind up exploring and seeing what happens. And it becomes a really polished experience across the board.I also will say this is your generation two cloud—Gen 2, not to be confused with Gentoo, the Linux distribution for people with way more time on their hands than they have sense—and what I find interesting about it is, unlike a lot of the—please don't take this the wrong way—late-comers to cloud compared to the last 15 years of experience of Amazon being out in front of everyone, you didn't just look at what other providers have done and implement the exact same models, the exact same approaches to things. You've clearly gone in your own direction and that's leading to some really interesting places.Guillermo: Yeah, I think that doing what others are doing, you just follow the chain, no? That will never position you as a top number one out there. Being number one so many years in the cloud space as other cloud providers, sometimes you lose the perception of how to treat and speak to customers you know? It's like, “I'm the number one. Who cares if this guy is coming with me or not?” I think that there's more on the empathy side on how we treat customers and how we try to work and solve.For example, in the startup team, we find a lot of people that hasn't have infrastructure teams. We put for free our architects that will give you your GitHub or your GitLab account and we'll build the Terraform modules and give that for you. It's like now you can reuse it, spin up, modify whatever you want. Trying to make life easier for people so they can adopt and leverage their business in the cloud side, you know?[midroll 00:14:45]Corey: There's so much that we folks get right. Honestly, one of the best things that recommends this is the always free tier does exactly what it says on the tin. Yeah, sure. I don't get to use every edge case service that you've built across the board, but I've also had this thing since 2019, and never had to pay a penny for any of it, whereas recently—as we're recording this, it was a week or two ago—that I saw someone wondering what happened to their AWS account because over the past week, suddenly they went from not using SageMaker to being charged $270,000 on SageMaker. And it's… yeah, that's not the kind of thing that is going to endear the platform to frickin' anyone.And I can't believe I'm saying this, but the thing says Oracle on the front of it and I'm recommending it because it doesn't wind up surprising you with a bill later. It feels like I've woken up in bizarro world. But it's great.Guillermo: Yep. I think that's one of the clever things we've done on that side. We've built a very robust platform, really cool services. But it's key on how people can start learning and testing the flavors of your cloud. But not only what you have in the fleet here, you have also the Ampere instances.We're moving into a more sustainable world, and I think that having, like, the ARM architectures in the cloud and providing that on the free space of people can just go and develop on top, I think that was one of the great things we've done in the last year-and-a-half, something like that. Definitely a full fan of a free tier.Corey: You also, working over in the Developer Evangelist slash advocacy side of the world—devrelopers, as I tend to call it much to the irritation of basically everyone who works in developer relations—one of the things that I think is a challenge for you is that when I wind up trying to do something ridiculous—I don't know maybe it's a URL shortener; maybe it is build a small app that does something that's fairly generic—with a lot of the other platforms. There's a universe of blog posts out there, “Here's how I did it on this platform,” and then it's more or less you go to GitHub—or gif-UB, and I have mispronounced that too—and click the button and I wind up getting a deploy, whereas in things that are rapidly emerging with the Oracle Cloud space, it feels like, on some level, I wind up getting to be a bit of a trailblazer and figure some of these things out myself. That is diminishing. I'm starting to see more and more content around this stuff. I have to assume that is at least partially due to your organization's work.Guillermo: Oh, yeah, but things have changed. For example, we used to have our GitHub repository just as a software release, and we push to have that as a content management, you know, it's like, I always say that give—let people steal the code. You just put the example that will come with other ideas, other extensions, plug-in connectors, but you need to have something where you can start. So, we created this DevRel Quickstart that now is managed by the new DevRel organization where we try to put those examples. So, you just can go and put it.I've been working with the community on building, like, a content aggregator of how people is using our technology. We used to have ocigeek.com, that was a website with more than 1000 blog and, like, 500 visits a day looking after what other people were doing, but unfortunately, we had to, because of… the amount of X reasons we have to pull it off.But we want to come with something like that. I think that information should be available. I don't want people to think when it comes to my cloud is like, “Oh, how you use this product?” It's like no, guys how I can build with Angular, React the content management system? You will do it in my cloud because that example I'm doing, but I want you to learn the basics and the context of running Python and doing other things there rather than go into oh, no, this is something specific to me. No, no, that will never work.Corey: That was the big problem I found with doing a lot of the serverless stuff in years past where my first Lambda application took me two weeks to build because I'm terrible at programming. And now it takes me ten minutes to build because I'm terrible at programming and don't know what tests are. But the problem I ran into for that first one was, what is the integration format? What is the event structure? How do I wind up accessing that?What is the thing that I'm integrating with expecting because, “Mmm, that's not it; try again,” is a terrible error message. And so, much of it felt like it was the undifferentiated gluing things together. The only way to make that stuff work is good documentation and numerous examples that come at the problem from a bunch of different ways. And increasingly, Oracle's documentation is great.Guillermo: Yeah, well, in my view, for example, you have the Three-Tier Oracle. We should have a catalog of 100 things that you can do in the free tier, even though when I propose some of the articles, I was even talking about VMware, and people was like, “[unintelligible 00:22:34], you cannot deploy VMware.” It's like, “Yeah, but I can connect my [crosstalk 00:22:39]—”Corey: Well, not with that attitude.Guillermo: Yeah. And I was like, “Yeah, but I can connect to the cloud and just use it as a backup place where I can put my image and my stuff. Now, you're connecting to things: VMware with free tier.” Stuff like that. There are multiple things that you can do.And just having three blocks is things that you can do in the free tier, then having developer architectures. Show me how you can deploy an architecture directly from the command line, how I can run my DevOps service without going to the console, just purely using SDKs and stuff like that. And give me the option of how people is working and expanding that content and things there. If you put those three blocks together, I think you're done on how people can adopt and leverage your cloud. It's like, I want to learn; I don't want to know the basics of I don't know, it's—I'm not a database guy, so I don't understand those things and I don't want to go into details.I just they just need a database to store my profiles and my stuff so I can pick that and do computer vision. How I can pick and say, “Hey, I'm speaking with Corey Quinn and I have a drone flying here, he recommends your face and give me your background from all the different profiles.” That's the kind of solutions I want to build. But I don't want to be an expert on those areas.Corey: Because with all the pictures of me with my mouth open, you wouldn't be able to under—it would make no sense of me until I make that pose. There's method to—Guillermo: [laugh].Corey: —my insane madness over here.Guillermo: [laugh] [unintelligible 00:23:58].Corey: Yeah. But yeah, there's a lot of value as you move up the stack on these things. There's also something to be said, as well, for a direction that you folks have been moving in recently, that I—let me be fair here—I think it's clown shoes because I tend to think in terms of software because I have more or less the hardware destruction bunny level of aura when it comes to being near expensive things. And I look around the world and I don't have a whole lot of problems that I can legally solve with an army of robots.But there are customers who very much do. And that's why we see sort of the twin linking of things like IoT services and 5G, which when I first started seeing cloud providers talking about this, I thought was Looney Tunes. And you folks are getting into it too, so, “Oh, great. The hype wound up affecting you too.” And the thing that changed my mind was not anything cloud providers have to say—because let's be clear, everyone has an agenda they're trying to push for—but who doesn't have an agenda is the customers talking about these things and the neat things that they're able to achieve with it, at which point I stopped making fun, I shut up and listen in the hopes that I might learn something. How have you seen that whole 5G slash IoT slash internet of Nonsense space evolving?Guillermo: That's the future. That's what we're going to see in the next five years. I run some innovation sessions with a lot of customers and one of the main components I speak about is this area. With 5G, the number of IoT devices will exponentially grow. That means that you're going to have more data points, more data volume out there.How can you provide the real value, how you can classify, index, and provide the right information in just 24 hours, that's what people is looking. Things needs to be instant. If you say to the kids today, they cannot watch a football match, 90 minutes. If you don't get the answer in ten, they move to the next thing. That's how this society is moving [unintelligible 00:25:50].Having all these solutions from a data perspective, and I think that Oracle has a great advantage in that space because we've been doing that for 43 years, right? It's like, how we do the abstraction? How I can pick all that information and provide added value? We build the robot as a service. I can configure it from my browser, any robot anywhere in the world.And I can do it in Python, Java. I can [unintelligible 00:26:14] applications. Two weeks ago, we were testing on connecting IoT devices and flashing the firmware. And it was working. And this is something that we didn't do it alone. We did it with a startup.The guys came and had a sandbox already there, is like, “let's enable this on [unintelligible 00:26:28]. Let's start working together.” Now, I can go to my customers and provide them a solution that is like, hey, let's connect Boston Dynamics, or [unintelligible 00:26:37] Robotics. Let's start doing those things and take the benefits of using Oracle's AI and ML services. Pick that, let's do computer vision, natural language processing.Now, you're connecting what I say, an end-to-end solution that provides real value for customers. Connected cars, we turn our car into a wallet. I can go and pay on the petrol station without leaving my car. If I'm taking the kids to takeaway, I can just pay these kind of things is like, “Whoa, this is really cool.” But what if I [laugh] get that information for your insurance company.Next year, Corey, you will pay double because you're a crazy driver. And we know how you drive in the car because we have all that information in place. That's how the things will roll out in the next five to ten years. And [unintelligible 00:27:24] healthcare. We build something for emergencies that if you have a car crash, they have the guys that go and attend can have your blood type and some information about your car, where to cut the chassis and stuff when you get prisoner inside.And I got people saying, “Oh gee, GDPR because we are in Europe.” It's like, “Guys, if I'm going to die, I don't care if they have my information.” That's the point where people really need to balance the whole thing, right? Obviously, we protect the information and the whole thing, but in those situations is like hey, there's so many things we can do. There are countless opportunities out there.Corey: The way that I square that circle personally has always been it's about informed consent, when if people are given a choice, then an awful lot of those objections that people have seemed to melt away. Provided, of course, that is an actual choice and it's not one of those, “Well, you can either choose to”—quote-unquote—“Choose to do this, or you can pay $9,000 a month extra.” Which is, that's not really a choice. But as long as there's a reasonable way to get informed consent, I think that people don't particularly mind, I think it's when they wind up feeling that they have been spied upon without their knowledge, that's when everything tends to blow up. It turns out, if you tell people in advance what you're going to do with their information, they're a lot less upset. And I don't mean burying it deep and the terms and conditions.Guillermo: And that's a good example. We run a demo with one of our customers showing them how dangerous the public information you have out there. You usually sign and click and give rights to everybody. We found in Stack Overflow, there was a user that you just have the username there, nothing else. And we build a platform with six terabytes of information grabbing from Stack Overflow, LinkedIn, Twitter, and many other social media channels, and we show how we identify that this guy was living in Bangalore in India and was working for a specific company out there.So, people was like, “Damn, just having that name, you end up knowing that?” It's like there's so much information out there of value. And we've seen other companies doing that illegally in other places, you know, Cambridge Analytics and things like that. But that's the risk of giving your information for free out there.Corey: It's always a matter of trade-offs. There is no one-size-fits-all solution and honestly, if there were it feels like we wouldn't have cloud providers; we would just have the turnkey solution that gives the same thing that everyone needs and calls it good. I dream of such a day, but it turns out that customers are different, people are different, and there's no escaping that.Guillermo: [laugh]. Well, you mentioned dreamer; I dream direct routing between satellites, and look where I am; I'm just in the cloud, one step lower. [laugh].Corey: You know, bit by bit, we're going to get there one way or another, for an altitude perspective. I really want to thank you for taking so much time to speak with me today. If people want to learn more, where's the right place to find you?Guillermo: Well, I have the @IaaSgeek Twitter account, and you can find me on LinkedIn gruizesteban there. Just people wants to talk about anything there, I'm open to any kind of conversation. Just feel free to reach out. And it was a pleasure finally meeting you, in person. Not—well in person; through a camera, at least being in the show with you.Corey: Other than on the other side of a Twitter feed. No, I hear you.Guillermo: [laugh].Corey: We will, of course, put links to all of that in the [show notes 00:30:43]. Thank you so much for your time. I really do appreciate it.Guillermo: Thanks very much. So, you soon.Corey: Guillermo Ruiz, Director of OCI Developer Evangelism. 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, to which I will respond with a surprise $270,000 bill.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.

Sermons – Cherrydale Baptist Church
The Church is a Kingdom Outpost – Philippians 2:1-11

Sermons – Cherrydale Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


Paul knows the Church is under pressure. Philippian endurance requires kingdom living. They must hold the line together as an outpost which displays the reality of the coming Kingdom. For Jesus will return. And the Church displays those future Kingdom realities in the world now.

Abrahams Wallet
HOME: How to Grandparent

Abrahams Wallet

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 77:52


Steven Manuel sits down with Denis Beausejour to talk about grandparenting (4:00). You are going to be SO BLESSED, ENCOURAGED, and CHALLENGED as you have your concept of grandparenting EXPLODED into something waaaaay richer than just someone giving your kid a bike at Christmas (although, hey, bikes are pretty sweet, too). From someone who's actually doing it, right now, we gain insight into Bible passages that describe grandparents, constructing a physical space for grandchildren (9:45), the eras of life (13:25), The grandparent's responsibility (17:45), handling generational sin (25:45), how a grandparent's role is different from a parent's (37:25), how to pray for grandchildren (42:20), obedience w/re: grandparents (48:45), and a sample schedule for a super engaged grandparenting couple (52:45). (I am astounded by this part.) Denis also shares the financial implications of grandparenting (1:10:40). Anyway hold onto your hats and enjoy the wisdom and intentionality of Denis Beausejour. NOTE: your family does NOT have to do grandparenting like the Beausejours do! This is ONE inspiring family who’re taking the role seriously and this is THEIR attempt at honoring God with this season of life. You can do it your way. Just let the B’s model help you dream and create vision for your own family- Listen to Denis’ talk to men about Titus 2 right here. Listen to Marianne’s talk to women about Titus 2 right here. Buy Crackerjacks for your grandchildren right here. Enroll in the Outpost course for Creating A Family Vision right here. Join the Abe’s Wallet volley channel right here.

The Bourbon Show
The Bourbon Show Pint Size #276 – Is Colorado the Last Westward Outpost for Bourbon Fans?

The Bourbon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 20:41


Steve, Renee and Jeremy attempt to surmise if Colorado is the last westward outpost for bourbon fans. The Bourbon Show music (Whiskey on the Mississippi) is by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Important Links: Steve Akley's New Book, Bourbon Assignments: https://amzn.to/2Y68Eoy ABV Network Shop: https://shop.abvnetwork.com/ YouTube: https://bit.ly/3kAJZQz Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theabvnetwork Check us out at: abvnetwork.com. Join the revolution by adding #ABVNetworkCrew to your profile on social media.

This Week in Startups - Audio
Bolt layoffs, DroneUp, Lunar Outpost, $4.5B crypto fund, Ape theft + Diagram's Jordan Singer | E1471

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 93:42 Very Popular


In today's episode, Jason and Molly cover Bolt's layoffs (12:11), Walmart's drone deliveries (17:02), Lunar Outpost's $12M seed (32:31), a16z's $4.5B crypto raise (44:07), and Seth Green's Bored Ape heist (54:40). Producer Rachel sits down with Jordan Singer, founder of Diagram, for this week's OK Boomer (1:03:54).

This Week in Startups - Audio
Bolt layoffs, DroneUp, Lunar Outpost, $4.5B crypto fund, Ape theft + Diagram's Jordan Singer | E1471

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 93:42


In today's episode, Jason and Molly cover Bolt's layoffs (12:11), Walmart's drone deliveries (17:02), Lunar Outpost's $12M seed (32:31), a16z's $4.5B crypto raise (44:07), and Seth Green's Bored Ape heist (54:40). Producer Rachel sits down with Jordan Singer, founder of Diagram, for this week's OK Boomer (1:03:54). (00:00) Jason and Molly introduce today's topics! (2:47) Bolt is laying off an undisclosed number of employees (10:56) Gun.io - Get $250 off your first developer hire at https://Gun.io/twist (12:11) Bolt Layoffs story continued (17:02) We Live in the Future: Walmart expanding deliveries w/DroneUp (20:31) Embroker - Get an extra 10% off insurance for your business at https://Embroker.com/twist (21:47) Walmart delivery drones story continued (31:16) BetterHelp - Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/twist (32:31) Startup of the Day: Lunar Outpost raised $12M Seed to build moon exploration and mining tech (44:07) a16z raised another $4.5B Crypto Fund to invest strictly in crypto startups and projects (54:40) Actor Seth Green's Bored Ape stolen weeks before it'd star as the main character in his show (1:02:03) Jason and Molly tee up this week's OK Boomer (1:03:54) OKB: Jordan Singer, founder of Diagram