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Future of Mobility
#139 - Jan Becker | Apex.AI – Modular, Scalable Software for Autonomy and Software Defined Vehicles

Future of Mobility

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 49:59


Jan Becker is President, CEO and Co-Founder of Apex.AI, Inc. He is also the Managing Director of the Apex.AI GmbH. Key topics in this conversation include: Understanding software defined vehicles Apex.Grace, Apex.Ida, and Apex.OS Building the operating system for autonomous vehicles that is designed to never fail Apex.AI's role enabling autonomy outside of automotive Functional safety considerations for modular software How Apex.AI is making their mark on the industry Links: Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/janbecker https://www.apex.ai/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/janbecker23/ Jan's bio Jan Becker is President, CEO and Co-Founder of Apex.AI, Inc. He is also the Managing Director of the Apex.AI GmbH, our subsidiary in Germany. Prior to founding Apex.AI, he was Senior Director at Faraday Future responsible for Autonomous Driving and Director at Robert Bosch LLC responsible for Automated Driving in North America. He also served as a Senior Manager and Principal Engineer at the Bosch Research and Technology Center in Palo Alto, CA, USA, and as a senior research engineer for Corporate Research at Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany. Since 2010, Jan is Lecturer at Stanford University for autonomous vehicles and driver assistance. Previously, he was a visiting scholar at the University's Artificial Intelligence Lab and a member of the Stanford Racing Team for the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge. In 2019, Jan was appointed to serve on the external Advisory Board of MARELLI to provide strategic advice to the MARELLI Board. In 2018, he co-founded the Autoware Foundation and was on the foundation's board of directors until 2020. Jan earned a Ph.D. in control engineering from the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, a master's degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, and a master's degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. About Apex.AI Apex.AI is a Palo Alto, Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart and Gothenburg-based company that is developing breakthrough safe, certified, developer-friendly, and scalable software for mobility systems. Our software products are based on proven open-source software, such as ROS or Eclipse iceoryx, so that we don't spend time redeveloping what already works. Instead, we fork software that has been developed and proven in use by large developer communities. We then add what is missing: Functional safety, flawless performance, and support for application in commercial and safety-critical products. In order to do so, we have developed a proprietary process to rework open-source software in record time such that it conforms to the highest requirements of the applicable functional safety standard. We launched our award-winning first product Apex.Grace, formerly known as Apex.OS, after three years in 2020 and have taken it through certification in record time for launch in 2021. Future of Mobility: The Future of Mobility podcast is focused on the development and implementation of safe, sustainable, effective, and accessible mobility solutions, with a spotlight on the people and technology advancing these fields. Edison Manufacturing: Edison manufacturing is your low volume contract manufacturing partner for build and assembly of complex mobility and energy products that don't neatly fit within traditional high-volume production methods.

Documentales Sonoros
Los Asesinatos Del Tetris

Documentales Sonoros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 131:27


En septiembre de 1998, Vladimir Pokhilko, que estuvo involucrado en el desarrollo del TETRIS, fue hallado muerto junto con su esposa y su hijo pequeño en su hogar de Palo Alto. Ahora, más de dos décadas después, los investigadores que visitaron la escena vuelven a este inquietante crimen, elaborando nuevas teorías y evidencias. (FILMAFFINITY)

Key Battles of American History
Zachary Taylor's War (1845-1846)

Key Battles of American History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 52:27


In April 1846, the army of General Zachary Taylor, which President Polk had sent to the Rio Grande River, clashed with a Mexican force sent to drive the Americans away. Soon after, Taylor fought two brief battles (Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma) with the Mexicans, driving them across the Rio Grande. After a pause of a few months, the two armies clashed again at Monterrey. Meanwhile, an old “friend” re-entered the story.

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
Live from London: Recession Calling?

Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 77:50


Kara and Scott visit London's "new Palo Alto" for a live discussion on Tim Cook's pay cut, Prince Harry's memoir "Spare," and what European regulation means for social media users. Also, banking's biggest Eeyore softens his predictions for a 2023 recession, while Britain takes another step towards Brexit. Send us your questions! Call 855-51-PIVOT or go to nymag.com/pivot. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Cheeky Volley
Episode 29: 2023 Australian Open Men's Preview

Cheeky Volley

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 77:36


Sam Bankman-Fried's last chance to save himself is by an all-in NFT/Crypto Web3 play on Carlos Alcaraz to win the Australian Open 2023 in straight sets. Oh snap Sam – Carlitos is hurt, he tore the same semimembranosus muscle you thought you felt for that one moment whilst playing kickball in Palo Alto as a tween. There is still an even safer play for you my friend. Novak is back and Cheeky Volley will share with you and our multinational following AO ATP predictions, first round matchups to watch, value bets, and what the outlook is for the ATP tour in 2023. Stats, analysis, banter, and even a guest appearance by Novak Djokovic's father graces this episode. You know the drill. Go in peace my friends.

Rising
Rising 1.12.23: SBF blames FTX fail on rival crypto firm CZ Binance, Gas stove hysteria spreads,Shocking Andrew Tate assault audio leaked, And More

Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 82:35


Today on Rising:New: SBF blames FTX fail on rival crypto firm CZ Binance, blasts bankruptcy team as ‘risk-averse' (00:00)Briahna Joy Gray: LYIN' BIDEN abandons the poor, does DIRTY WORK for insurance industry (10:42)IRS went after POOREST in 2022, report shows: BRIE VS. LIZ TAX SHOWDOWN (23:46)Gas stove hysteria spreads as libs claim it's like an 'idling car' in your kitchen: Brie & Robby (36:00)Biden corruption reckoning? Second batch of classified papers found, GOP asks for Hunter Biden docs (43:37)Stacey Abrams Says She'll Likely Run For Office AGAIN Despite 'UNFAIR' Previous Losses (54:19) FDA advisers angry about withheld bivalent booster data: Report. $5B taxpayer funds wasted? (01:04:01)Shocking Andrew Tate assault audio leaked: 'I f***ing loved how much you hated it' (01:12:33)

Millennium Live | A Digital Diary Podcast
Episode 188 | Real-time AI for Event and Risk Detection

Millennium Live | A Digital Diary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 22:21


Millennium Live is delighted to chat with a real-time AI platform detects the earliest signals of high-impact events and emerging risks from within publicly available data and used for social good. Dataminr is recognized as one of the world's leading AI businesses. The company's clients are the first to know about high-impact events and emerging risks so they can mitigate and manage crises more effectively to solve real-world problems. Joining the #MillenniumLive podcast is Dataminr's President of Government, Dana Barnes, who discusses what makes Dataminr unique. Dana also talks through his background in cybersecurity having experience at Palo Alto and over twelve years at Microsoft.

Puck Presents: The Powers That Be
Inside the S.B.F. Bunker

Puck Presents: The Powers That Be

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 24:06


Teddy Schleifer joins Peter to discuss his exclusive visit with Sam Bankman-Fried during his house arrest in Palo Alto. Then Tara Palmeri and Ben Landy chat about Hakeem Jeffries' ability to shake the money tree. Give the Powers That Be a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts!  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-powers-that-be-daily To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Alles auf Aktien
70-Prozent-Wette auf Bayer und ein Index voller Tenbagger

Alles auf Aktien

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 23:40


In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Nando Sommerfeldt und Holger Zschäpitz über eine verheerende Rabattschlacht bei About You, eine unheimliche Rallye bei Curevac und die Statik der Märkte. Außerdem sprechen wir über Zalando, WeWork, Oatly, Siemens Energy, RWE, Linde, Airbus, Boeing, Coinbase, Vaneck Crypto and Blockchain Innovators UCITS ETF (WKN: A2QQ8F), GSK, Sanofi, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Danone, Next Generation Tech Indexzertifikat (WKN: VV8J2L), Intuit, Palo Alto, Crowdstrike, Equinix, Palantir, Snowflake, Kyndryl, Keysight, Nu Holdings, Paytm, Rigetti, Gitlab, Samsara, Confluent, Crown Castle, SBA Communications, Dassault Systèmes. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über aaa@welt.de. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html

#plugintodevin - Your Mark on the World with Devin Thorpe
Berkeley's Alex Budak Teaches Us How to Become Changemakers

#plugintodevin - Your Mark on the World with Devin Thorpe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 24:23


When you purchase an item after clicking a link from this post, we may earn a commission.Devin: What is your superpower?Alex: I think a superpower is that I'm comfortable with not being good at a lot of stuff.Alex Budak, a faculty member at Berkeley's Haas School of Business, is a reluctant author. He loves teaching but didn't feel intrinsically drawn to writing.“I teach this class at UC Berkeley called Becoming a Changemaker,” he says. “I have students that came up to me after the class and would say, you know, the class is life-changing for them and transform them, and it should be a book. I brushed off the first few of them, but after a couple of dozen, I said, ‘Okay, maybe there's something there.'”The book, Becoming a Changemaker, which I've now read and recommend without hesitation, has been well received.The book follows the outline of his course with three primary sections:* The changemaker mindset* Changemaker leadership* Changemaker actionAlex shared a story from the book to demonstrate that anyone can become a changemaker:When Hannah was sitting there, arms crossed, a dour look on her face—I could tell something was wrong. I reached out to her because I know students are always facing battles I may not be privy to. But she opened up to me in office hours and said, “Look, I have given up hope on being a changemaker.” She had told me she was doing an internship this past summer where she was trying to drive forward a new diversity equity inclusion effort in the office. While her direct manager was supportive, she kept running into roadblock after roadblock, both sort of personal as well as systemic. Ultimately her DEI efforts just fell flat. Because of that, she started telling herself a number of stories, one of which is that change is never possible and that she couldn't be that agent of change. Now, I think there is still some little spark because the next semester, she did still sign up for a class called Becoming a Changemaker. So, I think she had that in her. We started working through some of those beliefs and how we might begin challenging them. We brought in some ideas from positive applied psychology. That's Martin Seligman at the University of Pennsylvania. He talks about setbacks. When a setback happens, ask ourselves: Is it personal? Is it permanent? Is it pervasive? Look at the case of Hannah. She was trying to lead change as a very low-level status intern, a temporary intern at that. So, it's probably not personal. It's not about her pervasiveness. Is this one failure emblematic of failures throughout your life? No, she's doing great in school. She's doing all kinds of other things.Then permanence. That's what she was struggling with because she said, “Look, I tried once; it didn't work. It's not possible.”So we worked through his three-piece model to help get a new perspective on things. Where things totally changed for her is when she started realizing that she actually was a changemaker. One of my favorite assignments in the whole class is something called the changemaker of the week. So, I ask each student throughout the semester to choose one person, alive or dead, famous or not, and they have to make the case to the class using persuasive arguments, critical thinking, why this person is a changemaker, how they embody some of the traits that we learn in the class. So she does this assignment, and she chooses someone who personally inspired her, a woman that had overcome a lot of adversity to still lead change. She does a presentation. She did a great job. She sent me an email, still perhaps a bit of imposter syndrome, saying, “Sorry, I did my best, but it wasn't that good.”I responded by saying, “Are you crazy? That was a wonderful presentation. It was moving.” In fact, the next day, another student emailed me and said that because of Hannah's presentation, she now had a new spark of changemaking in her. I shared that note with Hannah, and she was speechless. In that moment, she realized that not only had she become a changemaker, she had helped someone else become a changemaker, which is one of the most powerful things you can do. I've got her past all those setbacks, and she realized, “Yeah, I'm a changemaker.”The book is not only connecting with individuals but with other institutions. Universities around the world in seven different countries have adopted the book as a textbook for their classes on changemaking.“I hope you find it really simple, really clear,” Alex says of the book. “Not that the ideas aren't complex, they are, but that the reading is simple and accessible. I want someone who's a 14-year-old to be able to take advantage of the readings just as much as a 40-year-old or an 80-year-old, that it reaches people where they are.”Throughout his career, Alex has leveraged his superpower, being comfortable with not being good at many things.How to Develop Comfort With Not Being Good at Things As a Superpower“A lot of people feel like we have to be good at everything,” Alex says. “I've sort of learned in my life that there are some things that I'm good at, and there are a lot of things that I'm really bad at.”That is powerful. “I'm comfortable that there are a couple of things that I really, really love,” he says. “When I find both that passion, that sense of purpose and things that give me energy, I can go big on that. I found that teaching is just my calling.”“I'm willing to say there are hundreds of other things that maybe, with a ton of hard work, a ton of energy, I could get decent at,” Alex says. “But I'm kind of okay with not being great at it in service of really playing to my strengths and playing to my passions.”Alex sees his book launch as an example of how he used this superpower. He notes that developing a strategy to market a book is as tricky as writing one. Rather than tackle it himself, he organized a team of 24 students to help him.They helped him create a TikTok channel where his role was to come up with ideas and talk on camera; the students handled everything else.“It became this beautiful, kind of a cross-generational collaboration,” Alex says. “Gen Z and me, a millennial, put together some cool videos that would not have been possible and certainly would not have reached those levels if I said, “No, I'm going to do this all myself.”Alex offers advice for leaning into this superpower, getting comfortable with not being good at everything. Fundamental, he says, is recognizing that “changemaking is a team sport.”He shares two changemaker insights to build on this foundation.One changemaker, Sid Espinosa, the first Latino mayor of Palo Alto, told Alex's students to see themselves as runners in a relay rather than solo sprinters:You've got to stop thinking about change as an individual sprint and start thinking of it as a relay race. Especially when we think about change, like big systemic changes like climate that probably won't be solved in our lifetime. We've got to stop thinking of it as an individual race and instead a relay where our job is to pick up the baton from those who came before us. Advance the baton as much as possible in the ten, 20, 30, 40, 50 years we're working on it. Then when the time comes to pass off the baton to not just hand it off, but make sure that those that come after us are set up for success by mentoring them, by guiding them, by supporting them.The second is Joel Gascoigne, the CEO of Buffer, who says the job of the CEO is to fire yourself.Maybe you start off as a social entrepreneur and you have five jobs. You're the CMO, you're the CFO, you're the CEO, etc. Then as soon as you get a little bit of budget or you convince someone to join you who's better than you at marketing, you fire yourself for marketing and let them take it. Then as soon as you can hire a CFO, you fire yourself in finance and you keep going, keep going and keep going until you find that thing that you're uniquely good at. So even if you don't know exactly what it is yet, think about how can you fire yourself as you go alongBy following Alex's example and advice to leverage the power of teamwork, you can develop the superpower of being comfortable with not being great at everything so that you can do more good in the world. Get full access to Superpowers for Good at devinthorpe.substack.com/subscribe

In The Circle
Back to Pac-12 Softball

In The Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 103:06


We're making our way out west for our latest episode, specifically the two schools battling for "The Axe." First, we head to Palo Alto to catch up with Stanford Head Coach Jessica Allister. The Cardinal made history last season when they became the first team to advance out of the Tuscaloosa Regional as they knocked off the Crimson Tide twice en route to Super Regionals. She chats with Eric Lopez about Stanford's 2022 and the Cardinal season outlook in 2023. She also shares her thoughts on the Pac-12 implementing a conference tournament starting this year and her pitch (pun intended) to a pair of former teammates and famous alums.  Afterward, we travel to Berkley and chat with Cal Head Coach Chelsea Spencer. The Golden Bears finished with a winning record in 2022, which included series wins over #7 Washington and then #24 Stanford. Coach Spencer talks with In The Circle about how things are looking for her alma mater in 2023, coaching under Mike White, and much more.  The show wraps up with announcements about our annual LIVE season preview show and Victor's exclusive segment on our YouTube channel. 

We Should Talk About That
We Should Talk About Belonging: The Science of Creating Connection and Bridging Divides with Stanford Professor Geoffrey Cohen

We Should Talk About That

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 48:00


What does it really mean to belong? And why is it one of the most challenging topics of discussion and feeling to embody? In this episode, Jess and Jess sit down with Professor Geoffrey Cohen, and author of Belonging, for a raw conversation about their own experiences that have informed their understanding and shaped their expectations of belonging. Professor Cohen brings research and science to the conversation, and helps The Two Jess(es) understand that by putting themselves out their with the intention of getting to know others in order to help them belong, we can all make the world a better place. But beyond that, he provides a very human approach to not only his work, but this conversation- and gives really practical advice on how to help ourselves, and others in the neverending quest of feeling like we belong.This one is full of enlightening information, and above all, hope.Meet Professor Cohen:Geoffrey L. Cohen is Professor of Psychology and the James G. March Professor of Organizational Studies in Education and Business at Stanford University. He lives in Palo Alto, California. Thanks to our sponsor!Lyssa Seward: https://www.ttrsir.com/eng/associate/279-a-3012-4043609/lyssa-sewardSupport the show

Arroe Collins
Sandra Brown From The Tetris Murders On Investigation Discovery

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 9:44


Tetris is one of the most popular video games of all time, but few people know that one of the developers of the global sensation met a very tragic, complex and deadly end. On September 22, 1998, Vladimir Pokhilko, was found dead alongside his wife and their young son in their Palo Alto, CA, home. Now, more than two decades later, the Palo Alto Police Department homicide investigators revisit the haunting crime in Investigation Discovery's The Tetris Murders. Throughout this gripping three-part docuseries, the investigators unearth new theories and evidence, further unraveling the mystery of this crime. What was once thought to be a murder-suicide, is now revealed to be something much more sinister and dark connections to Russia are suggested.

The Vitalize Podcast
Fostering Authentic Connection in an Over-Networked Society, Building an Extraordinary Life, and Striving to Be the Best, with Pejman Nozad of Pear VC

The Vitalize Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 36:05


Justin Gordon (@justingordon212) talks with Pejman Nozad (@pejmannozad), the Co-Founder and Founding Managing Partner of Pear VC, a firm specializing in seed stage investments that partners with founders at the earliest stages to turn great ideas into category-defining companies. Over the past two decades, he has been a seed investor in some of the most iconic tech companies including Doordash, Dropbox, Applovin, Gusto, Guardant Health, Branch, Aurora Solar, Soundhound, CourseHero, and others.As an immigrant from Iran, Pejman did not take the typical path towards becoming a VC. After arriving in the U.S., he lived in an attic above a yogurt shop and then worked at a rug store in downtown Palo Alto. He immersed himself in the vanguard of technology and slowly, with a few small investments, developed a reputation for both identifying talent and taking promising ideas to the next level.Pejman lives in California with his wife, Mania, and their two children. He was included in the Forbes Midas List in 2021 and 2022 and ranked #1 in the U.S. (#2 in the world) on the Forbes Midas Seed List in 2022.Website: Pear VCLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/pejman/Twitter: @pejmannozadEmail: pejman@pear.vcShow Notes: Pejman's fascinating background and journey from Iranian soccer player to carwash and yogurt shop employee to rug salesman to investor Where Pejman derives his impressive work ethic What compelled Pejman to capitalize on the opportunity to transition from rug salesman to venture capitalist What makes a great sales person How Pejman was able to break into the industry and establish himself as a great investor and partner Fostering authentic connection in an over-networked society Building Pear as an institution to serve founders at the earliest stages Taking 4 years to convince Mar Hershenson to partner with him and start a fund together The process of raising their first fund while building community at Stanford What differentiates Pear Pear's model and building their platform Pejman's big vision for Pear What they look for in founders at Pear Why he prefers to get to know founders in person before investing in them What drives Pejman today What makes Pear a great partner More about the show:The Vitalize Podcast, a show by Vitalize Venture Capital (a seed-stage venture capital firm and pre-seed 400+ member angel community open to everyone), dives deep into the world of startup investing and the future of work.Hosted by Justin Gordon, the Director of Marketing at Vitalize Venture Capital, The Vitalize Podcast includes two main series. The Angel Investing series features interviews with a variety of angel investors and VCs around the world. The goal? To help develop the next generation of amazing investors. The Future of Work series takes a look at the founders and investors shaping the new world of work, including insights from our team here at Vitalize Venture Capital. More about us:Vitalize Venture Capital was formed in 2017 as a $16M seed-stage venture fund and now includes both a fund as well as an angel investing community investing in the future of work. Vitalize has offices in Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.The Vitalize Team:Gale - https://twitter.com/galeforceVCCaroline - https://twitter.com/carolinecasson_Justin - https://twitter.com/justingordon212Vitalize Angels, our angel investing community open to everyone:https://vitalize.vc/vitalizeangels/

Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast
EPISODE 84: SPRAWL 4 - 10 HEADQUARTERS TO SEE THE NEXT TIME YOU'RE IN SILICON VALLEY

Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 22:11 Transcription Available


In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of 10 headquarters to see the next time you're in Silicon Valley. His list includes: The Tesla Factory in Fremont, Intel in Santa Clara, Electronic Arts in Redwood City, LinkedIn in Sunnyvale, HP in Palo Alto, EBAY in Palo Alto, Netflix in Los Gatos, Facebook/Meta in Menlo Park, GooglePlex in Mountain View and Apple in Cuppertino.Instagram: @livinginthesprawlpodcastEmail: livinginthesprawlpodcast@gmail.comWebsite: www.livinginthesprawlpodcast.comCheck out our favorite CBD gummy company...it helps us get better sleep and stay chill. Use code "SPRAWL" for 20% off.  https://www.justcbdstore.com?aff=645Check out Goldbelly for all your favorite US foods to satisfy those cravings or bring back some nostalgia. Our favorites include Junior's Chessecakes from New York, Lou Malnati's deep dish pizza from Chicago and a philly cheesesteak from Pat's. Use the link https://goldbelly.pxf.io/c/2974077/1032087/13451 to check out all of the options and let them know we sent you.Use code "SPRAWL" for (2) free meals and free delivery on your first Everytable subscription.Support the podcast and future exploration adventures. We are working on unique perks and will give you a shout out on the podcast to thank you for your contribution!Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast is on Podfanhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/sprawlSupport the show

Serious Trouble
Reliable Liars

Serious Trouble

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 37:57


In some ways, George Santos is having a pretty good year. The congressman-elect's new salary is $174,000 a year, which is a lot more than he was making at the Dish Network call center. Of course, there are some other things that aren't going so great for him. He is a big lying liar who lies, and while lying about whether you ever worked at Goldman Sachs isn't a crime, some of the lies Santos told could have legal consequences. We talk this week about problems that could arise from statements he made to the government about his finances, or from the manner in which he funded his campaign, and about how prosecutors will go about figuring out whether any of his lies were crimes. Plus: Sam Bankman-Fried, who's out of Bahamian prison and confined to his parents' home in Palo Alto, California, is fortunate to be out on bail. Two of his top lieutenants (Caroline Ellison and Gary Wang) have pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate in his prosecution. In theory, his trial is scheduled for October, and we also talked about whether — if he doesn't eventually change his plea to guilty himself — it will be in his interest to hurry to trial or seek to delay and delay.Finally, a spat between cartoonists. Dilbert creator Scott Adams has threatened to sue right-wing political cartoonist Ben Garrison for drawing a cartoon that suggested Anthony Fauci had hypnotized him into getting vaccinated for COVID. Can a cartoon be defamatory? Maybe. But this one isn't.Visit serioustrouble.show to sign up for our newsletter, find links and transcripts and support the show. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.serioustrouble.show/subscribe

Arroe Collins
Sandra Brown From The Tetris Murders On Investigation Discovery

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:44


Tetris is one of the most popular video games of all time, but few people know that one of the developers of the global sensation met a very tragic, complex and deadly end. On September 22, 1998, Vladimir Pokhilko, was found dead alongside his wife and their young son in their Palo Alto, CA, home. Now, more than two decades later, the Palo Alto Police Department homicide investigators revisit the haunting crime in Investigation Discovery's The Tetris Murders. Throughout this gripping three-part docuseries, the investigators unearth new theories and evidence, further unraveling the mystery of this crime. What was once thought to be a murder-suicide, is now revealed to be something much more sinister and dark connections to Russia are suggested.

Friends & Neighbors
David Smydra

Friends & Neighbors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 78:42


For more than a decade, David Smydra has been at the forefront of assuring that tech platforms deliver personalized, high quality news by leading “humans in the loop,” journalists who bridge the gaps between editorial quality, product and audience development, and algorithmic design. This week, the former Google and Twitter curation lead and Online News Organization Board President shares his journey from Detroit to Palo Alto and Back East, as well as his firsthand experience of what it was like when when Elon Musk showed up at his place of now former employ.

Alles auf Aktien
Milliardengeschäft im Kiffer-Paradies und die 50-Prozent-Aktien

Alles auf Aktien

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 19:57


In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Laurin Meyer und Holger Zschäpitz über eine geplatzte transatlantische Milliardenhochzeit, Aktienrückkauf-Fantasien bei Tesla und gute Geschäfte bei Rheinmetall. Außerdem geht es um Brenntag, Univar Solutions, HomeToGo, Global X Cannabis ETF (WKN: A3DN58), Canopy Growth, Aurora, Tilray, Rize Medical Cannabis ETF and Life Sciences ETF (WKN: A2PX6U), HanETF Medical Cannabis and Wellness (WKN: A2PPE8), SAP, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Merck, Bayer, Rational, Sartorius, Bayer, Crowdstrike, Palo Alto, Sentinel One, Atlassian, Cloudflare, Zscaler, Zoominfo, Salesforce, Alphabet, Match, Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, Olympus, Nintendo, Lasertec, Keyence, Hexagon, Novo Nordisk, AstraZeneca, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, TSMC und Netease. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über aaa@welt.de. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html

The John Batchelor Show
#PacificWatch: The Best and Worst Moments fo Pacific Watch 2022. @JCBliss

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 13:17


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. "Residence of Gov. Stanford, Palo Alto, Cala." 1888 @Batchelorshow #PacificWatch: The Best and Worst Moments fo Pacific Watch 2022.  @JCBliss

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
325: The Finding Humans Less Scary Marathon! Featuring Dr. Jacob Towery and Michael Luo

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 53:45


Curing YOUR Social Anxiety— The Ridiculously Cheap and Awesome Shame-Attacking Marathon Jacob Towery, MD Michael Luo Today, we are joined by Dr. Jacob Towery and Michael Luo to promote their  upcoming, two-day Social Anxiety Marathon. Jacob Towery, MD is an adolescent and adult psychiatrist and therapist in private practice in Palo Alto, California.  Michael Luo is a fourth year medical student at the Chicago Medical School. More on them at the end of the show notes, but here's the scoop. Jacob and Michael will be offering a mind-blowing, two-day marathon for anyone who struggles with social anxiety, which includes shyness, public speaking anxiety, and performance anxiety. They will both be present, along with more than ten experts in TEAM-CBT, coaching participants in the latest tools for quickly overcoming all social anxiety. And here's the amazing thing. You can come and attend, and transform your life, for only a $20 donation to one of their four listed amazing charities. For information / registration, click here How cool is that? Don't pass this up. It will be an in-person, hands-on training experience designed to free you from the fears that narrow your life. You will learn and participate in cognitive therapy exercises, identifying and smashing the distorted thoughts that trigger social anxiety, as well as the Self-Defeating Beliefs that trigger social anxiety like the Spotlight and Brushfire Fallacies, the Approval Addiction, and more. They will also illustrate and lead you in a wide variety of Interpersonal Exposure Techniques, including Smile and Hello Practice, Self-Disclosure (which Michael demonstrates in real time on today's show), Rejection Practice, Flirting Training, Shame Attacking Exercises, and more. David claims that Jacob is likely the world's top expert in Shame Attacking Exercises, and we illustrate several on the podcast. Rhonda described a Shame Attacking Exercise that I challenged her with. It was incredibly terrifying, but turned out really well! David also described the impact of self-disclosure on a wealthy and powerful businessman he treated who was so insecure that he was even terrified to be around his wife and children. People who are socially anxious nearly always try hard to hide their negative feelings out of a sense of shame, so others, even friends and family and colleagues, typically aren't aware of how they feel inside. Michael courageously discloses his own negative thoughts that triggered feelings of social anxiety at being around Jacob, his mentor. Maybe I'll make a mistake. I might be wasting Jacob's time. Then he might not want to mentor me. These thoughts caused feelings of loneliness and shame. I felt much closer to Michael when he disclose these feelings. Jacob added that he was totally unaware that Michael had been struggling with these thoughts and feelings. The treatment of social anxiety is profoundly serious, because we are involved in changing the lives of people who are suffering and lonely and inhibited, but the treatment can also be fun, hilarious and of course, enlightening. Michael wraps up the show by describing the transformation this training has had on his own life. If you wish to attend, act rapidly because space is limited and will be given out on a first-come, first-serve basis. I hope you can attend, and make sure you let Rhonda and David know about your experiences! Thanks for listening today! Rhonda, Jacob, Michael, and David

Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever
JF3041: Why 2023 Will Be a Challenging Year for Real Estate ft. John McNellis

Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 39:11


John McNellis is the principal at McNellis Partners, a commercial development firm. In this episode, he tells us why he thinks 2023 will be a challenging year for real estate, his thoughts on the current state of office and multifamily, his advice for beginners investing in retail, and why he believes real estate success is all about supply constraints.  John McNellis | Real Estate Background Principal at McNellis Partners, a commercial development firm. Previous episodes: JF2470: How to Develop Shopping Centers with John McNellis JF2720: 4 Things to Know Before Your First Development Deal ft. John McNellis Portfolio:  80+ projects — primarily shopping centers, also some office and residential Based in: Palo Alto, CA Say hi to him at:  mcnellis.com LinkedIn Greatest Lesson: Procrastination is the death of success. Join the newsletter for expert tips & investing content.   Sign up to be a guest on the show. FREE eBook: The Ultimate Guide to Multifamily Deals & Investing Register for this year's Best Ever Conference in Salt Lake City Stay in touch with us! www.bestevercre.com YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Click here to know more about our sponsors: MFIN CON |Reliant

KPFA - Bookwaves/Artwaves
Bookwaves/Artwaves – December 29, 2022: Shelley Singer – Philip Pullman

KPFA - Bookwaves/Artwaves

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 59:58


Bookwaves/Artwaves is produced and hosted by Richard Wolinsky. Links to assorted local theater & book venues   Bookwaves Shelley Singer (1939-2022), mystery author of six Jake Samson mysteries and four Barrett Lake mysteries, and former book reviewer on KPFA, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky and Richard A. Lupoff, recorded on November 19, 1986 at her East Bay home. Mystery and suspense novelist Shelley Singer died of heart failure on November 10, 2022 at the age of 83. The author of six mysteries, two science fiction novels, one mainstream novel and several short stories, she was a key writer in the Sisters in Crime movement of the nineties. She also taught fiction writing and served as a manuscript consultant. Richard Lupoff and Richard Wolinsky interviewed Shelley Singer at her home on November 19, 1986. At the time of the interview, she'd published three Jake Samson mysteries with a fourth on the way, along with an early science fiction novel. A few months after the interview, she joined the two Richards for a monthly series of book review programs. Her participation lasted two or three years before she moved north and after a time chose to forgo the long commute to Berkeley. Warm and welcoming, but not suffering fools, Shelley was a joy to work with, and her reviews were well-thought out and incisive. But it was her friendship at the time that was most important. Over the course of the next decades of her life, Shelly continued to write Jake Samson mysteries, moved over to a new amateur detective, Barrett Lake, and began a three-volume science fiction series, of which the first volume, “Torch Song” was published in 2014. “Torch Song” and the Jake Samson mysteries are available through Amazon. This interview was digitized and edited in December 2022 and has not been heard in over thirty years. Complete interview.   Bookwaves Philip Pullman, author of the “His Dark Materials” trilogy, “The Golden Compass,” “The Subtle Knife” and “The Amber Spyglass” is interviewed by host Richard Wolinsky. Recorded November 30, 2000. Philip Pullman is the acclaimed author of a series of three  tantasy novels, titled collectively, “His Dark Materials” (there's also a novella, a short story and a graphic novel in the series). Originally marketed as young adult novels, these books take on Judeo-Christian notions of morality as well as the way belief systems are manipulated by organized religion — all in the guise of a coming of age fantasy taking place on a world like, and very unlike, our own. A failed 2007 version of “The Golden Compass” opened in theaters, and was not followed by sequels. Currently HBO is running a series based on the trilogy. In 2017, Philip Pullman began a prequel series, “The Book of Dust,” with “La Belle Sauvage,” and dealing with the events where Lyra, as a baby, is brought to Oxford. The second volume in that series, “The Secret Commonwealth,” was published in October, 2019. This interview was conducted during Philip Pullman's only author tour through the United States. The program has been remastered and reedited in 2019 by Richard Wolinsky. (featured image, 2008, Anna via Flickr, Creative Commons) Complete 30-minute interview.     Book Interview/Events and Theatre Links Note: Shows may unexpectedly close early or be postponed due to actors' positive COVID tests. Check the venue for closures, ticket refunds, and vaccination and mask requirements before arrival. Dates are in-theater performances unless otherwise noted. All times Pacific Standard Time. Book Stores Bay Area Book Festival  Highlights from this year's Festival, May 7-8, 2022 and upcoming calendar. Book Passage.  Monthly Calendar. Mix of on-line and in-store events. Books Inc.  Mix of on-line and in-store events. The Booksmith.   Monthly Calendar. On-line events only. Center for Literary Arts, San Jose. See website for Book Club guests in upcoming months. Kepler's Books  On-line Refresh the Page program listings. Live Theater Companies Actor's Reading Collective (ARC).  See website for past streams. Alter Theatre. Upcoming: Snag by Tara Moses, Pueblo Revolt by Dillon Chitto American Conservatory Theatre  The Headlandsl February 9 – March 5 by Christopher Chen, Toni Rembe Theater. Aurora Theatre Paradise Blue by Dominique Morisseau, Opens January 27, 2023, streaming February 21-26. Awesome Theatre Company. Check website for upcoming live shows and streaming. Berkeley Rep Wuthering Heights, adapted and directed by Emma Rice, November 18 – January 1, Roda Theatre. Boxcar Theatre. See website for events. Brava Theatre Center: See website for events. BroadwaySF: Frozen, through December 30, 2022, Orpheum Theater; Beetlejuice through December 31, 2022. Bill Maher, live on stage, March 12, 2023. Broadway San Jose: Annie, January 10-15, 2023. California Shakespeare Theatre (Cal Shakes). 2023 Season to be announced. Center Rep: Red Bike, by Carldad Svich, directed by Jeffrey Lo. February  4 – 25, 2023. Central Works Mondragola by Gary Graves, March 18 – April 16, 2023. Cinnabar Theatre. Daddy Long Legs,  January 6 – 22, 2023. Contra Costa Civic Theatre To Master the Art by William Brown and Doug Frew, April 21 – May 21, 2023. Curran Theater: Into The Woods, direct from Broadway, June 20-25, 2023. Custom Made Theatre. Tiny Fires by Aimee Suzara, February 3 – 36, 2023. 42nd Street Moon. Anything Goes, February 23 – March 12, Gateway Theatre. Golden Thread  See website for upcoming productions. Landmark Musical Theater. See website for upcoming shows. Lorraine Hansberry Theatre. Next show to be announced. Magic Theatre. The Travelers by Luis Alfaro, February 15 – March 5, 2023. See website for other theatre events at the Magic. Marin Theatre Company Justice: A New Musical by Lauren Gunderson, February 16 – March 12, 2023. Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts Upcoming Events Page. New Conservatory Theatre Center (NCTC) Oy Vey in a Manger, by the Kinsey Sicks, December 7 – 31, 2022. Getting There, Jan. 20 – Feb. 26. Tick, Tick … Boom March 3 – April 1, 2023. Oakland Theater Project. Book of Sand: A Fairy Tale by Lisa Ramirez, On Demand through January 3, 2026.  Exodus to Eden by Michael Socrates Moran, in theater, February 3-26, 2023. Pear Theater. In Repertory, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, a new physical adaptation, Dontrell Who Kissed The Sea by Nathan Alan Davis, February 3-26. 2023. PianoFight. Calendar of shows. PlayGround. See website for upcoming shows. Presidio Theatre. Sleeping Beauty: Panto at the Presidio, December 1 – 30, 2022. Ray of Light: See website for upcoming productions. San Francisco Playhouse.  As You Like It, a musical adaptation of the play by William Shakespeare, November 17, 2022 – January 14, 2023. SFBATCO See website for upcoming streaming and in- theater shows. San Jose Stage Company: Strange Courtesies by L. Peter Callender February 1 – 26, 2023. Shotgun Players. Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 by Dave Malloy. November 5 – February 4, 2023. South Bay Musical Theatre: The Spitfire Grill, January 28-February 18, 2023. The Breath Project. Streaming archive. The Marsh: Calendar listings for Berkeley, San Francisco and Marshstream. Theatre Rhino  Streaming: Essential Services Project, conceived and performed by John Fisher, all weekly performances now available on demand. TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. Little Shop of Horrors, November 30 – December 31, Lucie Stern Theater, Palo Alto. Word for Word. See schedule for live and streaming works. Misc. Listings: BAM/PFA: On View calendar for BAM/PFA. Berkeley Symphony: See website for listings. Chamber Music San Francisco: Calendar, 2023 Season, starting February. Dance Mission Theatre. On stage events calendar. Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Calendar listings and upcoming shows. San Francisco Opera. Calendar listings. San Francisco Symphony. Calendar listings. Playbill List of Streaming Theatre: Updated weekly, this is probably the best list you'll find of national and international streaming plays and musicals. Each week has its own webpage, so scroll down. National Theatrical Streaming: Upcoming plays from around the country. Filmed Live Musicals: Searchable database of all filmed live musicals, podcast, blog. If you'd like to add your bookstore or theater venue to this list, please write Richard@kpfa.org         The post Bookwaves/Artwaves – December 29, 2022: Shelley Singer – Philip Pullman appeared first on KPFA.

Light Reading Podcasts
Palo Alto Networks SVP: Injecting zero trust into IoT device security

Light Reading Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 11:24


Cybersecurity threats are a huge concern for any organization, but the results of threats to healthcare facilities can result in patient data being compromised and halting vital hospital operations.Cyberattacks on healthcare organizations increased 200% from 2020 to 2021, according to a 2021 NTT threat report.At Palo Alto Networks' Ignite 22 event last week, Anand Oswal, SVP of products, network security for Palo Alto, explained why a zero trust approach to securing medical IoT devices can provide more visibility into the network and reduce the attack surface. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
Dec 28-1: Sam Bankman-Fried chillin' in Palo Alto - with Michael Lewis? - while Ed Pozo in jail for smokeshop robbery. Mango Markets Eisenberg arrested in Puerto Rico, unsealed, UN fails Kabul

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 2:19


VLOG: Sam Bankman-Fried chillin' in Palo Alto - with Michael Lewis? - while Ed Pozo in jail for smokeshop robbery. Mango Markets Eisenberg arrested in Puerto Rico, unsealed here https://patreon.com/posts/unsealed-mango-76440926… UN fails on budget and #Afghanistan

하나의 씨앗 교회 — 함께 듣기
혼란 중에 동행하시는 주님 - 김종호 목사

하나의 씨앗 교회 — 함께 듣기

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 15:01


California Golden Blogs: The Bearcast
Cal Football 2022: The Offseason begins with a ride on the Coaching Carousel

California Golden Blogs: The Bearcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 59:12


Andy and Rob return after an elongated thanksgiving break to talk about the new hires in Berkeley and also in Palo Alto, the ramifications of a new system and the 6 year thought experiment of what happens when you pair a Wilcox Defense with a Spavital Offense. How to listen or talk to us!  Make sure to send in your Victory Cannon's either to our twitter or email (goldenbearcast@gmail.com) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
Dec 23-1: As Sam Bankman-Fried freed on $250 million bond secured only by parents' Palo Alto house, Bronx defendant detained pre-trial for smokeshop robbery. UN still banning press - appeal is in

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 2:18


VLOG: As Sam Bankman-Fried freed on $250 million bond secured only by parents' Palo Alto house, Bronx defendant detained pre-trial for smokeshop robbery. UN remains corrupt, and banning press - appeal is in

Food Origins Podcast
Episode 0018 - Lars Smith - State of Mind Public House & Pizzeria

Food Origins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 61:12


Lars Smith was born and raised in Palo Alto, CA part of a 3rd generation family in the Bay Area. This podcast was recorded on location at the State of Mind Slice House, their second location, which coincidentally Lars lived and grew up with down the street. Lars got into food early especially from both of his Grandmothers' cooking who provided an inspiration.  Despite not receiving any formal culinary training, Lars worked his way up from making pizzas to managing numerous pizzeria locations with Pizza My Heart. Learning under the tutelage of Leah Scurto who now owns Pizza Leah in Windsor, CA. Before deciding to open a pizzeria of his own, Lars made the US Pizza Team after winning a competition for World's Best Non-Traditional Pizza at the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas. Traveling and competing to Italy has impacted his life and cooking in so many ways. Lars and his wife Cristina have gone on to win and place in numerous elite level pizza competitions locally and internationally. Lars won the Non-Traditional Pizza category at the 2017 International Pizza Expo and has placed 5th in the World in Italy for his alla Pala Roman-Style pizza.  Additional competitions include the World Pizza Championships, Real California Cheese Pizza Contest and the US Virtual Pizza Cup. Lars and his family pour their heart into State of Mind Public House and Pizzeria. From delicious fermented pizza dough to all the great classic and seasonal combos , dedicated unique pizza pies and sourcing local ingredients. State of Mind provides a great vibe from an arcade, local brews, sports and kid friendly environment. Lars says come on by, celebrate their State of Mind and try a seasonal pizza! State of Mind Public House & Pizzeriahttps://www.stateofmindpublichouse.com/State of Mind Slice Househttps://www.stateofmindslicehouse.com

KPFA - Bookwaves/Artwaves
Bookwaves/Artwaves – December 22, 2022: Helen Benedict

KPFA - Bookwaves/Artwaves

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 59:58


Bookwaves/Artwaves is produced and hosted by Richard Wolinsky. Links to assorted local theater & book venues   Eyad and Helen. Photos: Ehab Onan Helen Benedict, co-author (with Eyad Awwadawnon) of “Map of Hope and Sorrow: Stories of Refugees Trapped in Greece,” in conversation with host Richard Wolinsky. Helen Benedict is the author of seven novels, including “Wolf Season” and “Sand Queen,” and five books of non-fiction. Her latest book, “Map of Hope and Sorrow,” co-written by Eyad Awwadawnon, a Syrian refugee who was planning to get a law degree in Damascus, is partly an oral history of refugees coming to Greece after escaping from their home countries. Helen Benedict teaches journalism at Columbia University,. In the interview, she discusses how she first came to meet Eyad, and then takes a look at the stories of the refugees in the book, focusing on stories that didn't quite make it into the book, and then looks at the harsh terrain of life in the camps.   Review of “Little Shop of Horrors” at TheatreWorks Lucie Stern Theater in Palo Alto through December 31, 2022.   Book Interview/Events and Theatre Links Note: Shows may unexpectedly close early or be postponed due to actors' positive COVID tests. Check the venue for closures, ticket refunds, and vaccination and mask requirements before arrival. Dates are in-theater performances unless otherwise noted. All times Pacific Standard Time. Book Stores Bay Area Book Festival  Highlights from this year's Festival, May 7-8, 2022 and upcoming calendar. Book Passage.  Monthly Calendar. Mix of on-line and in-store events. Books Inc.  Mix of on-line and in-store events. The Booksmith.   Monthly Calendar. On-line events only. Center for Literary Arts, San Jose. See website for Book Club guests in upcoming months. Kepler's Books  On-line Refresh the Page program listings. Live Theater Companies Actor's Reading Collective (ARC).  See website for past streams. Alter Theatre. Upcoming: Snag by Tara Moses, Pueblo Revolt by Dillon Chitto American Conservatory Theatre  A Christmas Carol, November 30 – December 24, Toni Rembe Theater. Aurora Theatre Paradise Blue by Dominique Morisseau, Opens January 27, 2023, streaming February 21-26. Awesome Theatre Company. Check website for upcoming live shows and streaming. Berkeley Rep Wuthering Heights, adapted and directed by Emma Rice, November 18 – January 1, Roda Theatre. Boxcar Theatre. See website for events. Brava Theatre Center: See website for events. BroadwaySF: Frozen, through December 30, 2022, Orpheum Theater; Beetlejuice through December 31, 2022. Bill Maher, live on stage, March 12, 2023. Broadway San Jose: Annie, January 10-15, 2023. California Shakespeare Theatre (Cal Shakes). 2023 Season to be announced. Center Rep: A Christmas Carol December 8 – December 22, 2022 Central Works Mondragola by Gary Graves, March 18 – April 16, 2023. Cinnabar Theatre. Daddy Long Legs,  January 6 – 22, 2023. Contra Costa Civic Theatre To Master the Art by William Brown and Doug Frew, April 21 – May 21, 2023. Curran Theater: Into The Woods, direct from Broadway, June 20-25, 2023. Custom Made Theatre. Tiny Fires by Aimee Suzara, February 3 – 36, 2023. 42nd Street Moon. Anything Goes, February 23 – March 12, Gateway Theatre. Golden Thread  See website for upcoming productions. Landmark Musical Theater. See website for upcoming shows. Lorraine Hansberry Theatre. Halie! The Mahalia Jackson Musical, world premiere. December 2 – 24, at the Magic. Magic Theatre. The Travelers by Luis Alfaro, February 15 – March 5, 2023. See website for other theatre events at the Magic. Marin Theatre Company Justice: A New Musical by Lauren Gunderson, February 16 – March 12, 2023. Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts Upcoming Events Page. New Conservatory Theatre Center (NCTC) Oy Vey in a Manger, by the Kinsey Sicks, December 7 – 31, 2022. Getting There, Jan. 20 – Feb. 26. Tick, Tick … Boom March 3 – April 1, 2023. Oakland Theater Project. Book of Sand: A Fairy Tale by Lisa Ramirez, On Demand through January 3, 2026.  Exodus to Eden by Michael Socrates Moran, in theater, February 3-26, 2023. Pear Theater. In Repertory, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, a new physical adaptation, Dontrell Who Kissed The Sea by Nathan Alan Davis, February 3-26. 2023. PianoFight. Calendar of shows. PlayGround. See website for upcoming shows. Presidio Theatre. Sleeping Beauty: Panto at the Presidio, December 1 – 30, 2022. Ray of Light: See website for upcoming productions. San Francisco Playhouse.  As You Like It, a musical adaptation of the play by William Shakespeare, November 17, 2022 – January 14, 2023. SFBATCO See website for upcoming streaming and in- theater shows. San Jose Stage Company: Strange Courtesies by L. Peter Callender February 1 – 26, 2023. Shotgun Players. Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 by Dave Malloy. November 5 – February 4, 2023. South Bay Musical Theatre: The Spitfire Grill, January 28-February 18, 2023. The Breath Project. Streaming archive. The Marsh: Calendar listings for Berkeley, San Francisco and Marshstream. Theatre Rhino  Truman Capote's A Christmas Memory, performed by Sandra Schlechter December 20, 7 pm. Limited seating.At Theatre Rhino (formerly Spark Arts). Streaming: Essential Services Project, conceived and performed by John Fisher, all weekly performances now available on demand. TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. Little Shop of Horrors, November 30 – December 31, Lucie Stern Theater, Palo Alto. Word for Word. See schedule for live and streaming works. Misc. Listings: BAM/PFA: On View calendar for BAM/PFA. Berkeley Symphony: See website for listings. Chamber Music San Francisco: Calendar, 2023 Season, starting February. Dance Mission Theatre. On stage events calendar. Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Calendar listings and upcoming shows. San Francisco Opera. Calendar listings. San Francisco Symphony. Calendar listings. Playbill List of Streaming Theatre: Updated weekly, this is probably the best list you'll find of national and international streaming plays and musicals. Each week has its own webpage, so scroll down. National Theatrical Streaming: Upcoming plays from around the country. Filmed Live Musicals: Searchable database of all filmed live musicals, podcast, blog. If you'd like to add your bookstore or theater venue to this list, please write Richard@kpfa.org       The post Bookwaves/Artwaves – December 22, 2022: Helen Benedict appeared first on KPFA.

The Thoughtful Entrepreneur
1416 - Building and Scaling Companies with Pliancy's Marcus Olson

The Thoughtful Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 20:56


In this episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with Marcos Olson, Founder at Pliancy.Marcos is passionate about helping any new modern business evolve through information technology. He operates completely opposite to what an IT generalist normally does - doing everything at once, which he says will only slow things down and increase the risk of failure. With their operations staff working together, the goal of reducing risk, increasing speed of execution, and delivering positive results is most likely to be achieved.Marcos shares insight into what Pliancy does. He also shares some tips on how to attract investors and easily scale their business. He recommends certain activities for growth and better retention of customers and employees, like building relationships with customers and focusing on quality and results, instead of competing on price. Adapting to virtual work environments, Marcos says his team is leveraging technology to improve their business.Key Points from the Episode:Overview on Pliancy DoesPractical Tips for Attracting Investors The Advantages of Having More People Intertwined in All UnitsAbout Marcos OlsonMarcus Olson discovered his love of technology by dismantling and reassembling salvaged computers from a closed Black & Decker office. He also learned the basics independently so he could create his own simple text games. He is now CEO and Founder of Pliancy, a technology-focused professional services firm that helps growing start-ups scale their enterprise IT. Marcus explains why we should always focus on the driving value behind the companies we work for. He also discusses the value of being prepared and showing up fully, so that opportunities can be seized.About PliancyPliancy specializes in providing end-to-end IT solutions and ongoing support to today's most successful capital management and life sciences organizations. They are committed to solving your problems and adapting to your needs. They also help you innovate and equip yourself for your future.Pliancy's goal is to set companies up for success by training them to mastery - being available when and where you need them, innovating towards simplicity and solving problems effectively.Pliancy also focuses on ensuring safety through a refined process. They provide training that reduces errors and builds compliance and awareness in your workflow. They also act as your entire technology department. They will remove technological barriers and simplify where possible.Pliancy is located in New York, San Francisco, Palo Alto, South San Francisco, San Diego, Austin, TX and Boston, MA.Links Mentioned in this Episode:Want to learn more? Check out Pliancy's website at https://pliancy.com/Check out Pliancy on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/pliancy/Check out Marcus Olson on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcusolson/Check out Pliancy on Twitter at https://twitter.com/pliancy_Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur and thank you for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence:1️ We are actively booking guests for our The Thoughtful Entrepreneur....

Make Your Life Magnificent with Jackie + Mimi
Best of: Anna and Elizabeth, Why We're Obsessed With Them

Make Your Life Magnificent with Jackie + Mimi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 30:33


Elizabeth Holmes was sentenced to 11 years in prison leading to the perfect timing to choose this episode as our Best Of: Fake it 'til you make it is the worst advice women have received and here's why.There is a phenomenon going on, a thirst for uncovering and understanding stories like that of Anna Delvey, the fake German heiress who scammed New York City's elite socialites or Elizabeth Holmes who wooed her way into the hearts and pockets of Palo Alto's tech leaders.Whether you're watching Inventing Anna on Netflix or reading Bad Blood, we can become sucked into the world of cons, scams, and conviction. One that makes us shiver from ickiness but also, makes us curious and fascinated.In this episode, we're talking about why we're fascinated by these stories and what we can take from them (yes, there's learning) and apply them to our own lives…. In small doses! The Worth+Value=Wealth ProgramFor Entrepreneurs and Career Women who want to own their worth and articulate their value so they can make the money they deserve.APPLY HEREIn this episode we talk about: Where the word con artist actually comes from, you'll be surprisedHow a little does of confidence could actually take us a very long way What's the fine line between con and fake it until you make it Are Elizabeth + Anna treated differently because they are women, did it work to their advantage or not? Mentioned in this episode: Inventing Anna (Netflix Series)Bad Blood (book)

iCritical Care: All Audio
SCCM Pod-467 PCCM: AHA Guidelines Address Calcium During Pediatric Cardiopulmonary Arrest

iCritical Care: All Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 27:34


The American Heart Association's (AHA) cardiopulmonary resuscitation guidelines recommend against the routine administration of IV calcium during pediatric cardiopulmonary arrest because of its association with worse outcomes. However, IV calcium is routinely used in children with heart disease who have cardiopulmonary arrest. Maureen A. Madden, DNP, RN, CPNP-AC, CCRN, FCCM, is joined by Gurpreet S. Dhillon, MD, to discuss the article, Calcium Administration During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Children With Heart Disease is Associated With Worse Survival - A Report From the American Heart Association's Get With the Guidelines-Resuscitation (GWTG-R) Registry, published in the November issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (Dhillon G, et al. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2022;23:860-871). Dr. Dhillon is a pediatric cardiac intensivist at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford in Palo Alto, California.

하나의 씨앗 교회 — 함께 듣기
[사무엘서 강해 22] 걸작품이 되는 인생과 신앙 (사무엘하 23:1-4, 24:1, 10-11, 17)

하나의 씨앗 교회 — 함께 듣기

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 37:51


Life Science Success
Robin Mansukhani - CEO of Deciduous Therapeutics - Immunotherapy

Life Science Success

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 27:17


In this episode of the Life Science Success Podcast my guest is Robin Mansukhani.  Robin is the CEO of Deciduous Therapeutics, a venture backed startup developing novel immunotherapies to treat age-related diseases. Additionally, he co-founded BlueStamp Engineering, an intensive, project-based engineering program for high school students in NYC, San Francisco, and Palo Alto.  

Government Information Security Podcast
Palo Alto Founder Nir Zuk on Making the SOC More Autonomous

Government Information Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022


Government Information Security Podcast
Palo Alto's BJ Jenkins on Changing Cloud Needs for Customers

Government Information Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022


Money talks from Economist Radio
Money Talks: The changing ideology of Silicon Valley

Money talks from Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 40:45 Very Popular


Startup founders in Silicon Valley are often motivated by an almost religious idealism: young tech workers, looking to move fast and break things, want to use technology to make the world a better place. But 2022 has brought about a reckoning: the business models of once-star firms, such as Uber and Meta, are under threat; the allure of the dishevelled whizz-kid has been undermined by the downfall of Sam Bankman-Fried; and the expense of Palo Alto has pushed plucky startups out. The Bay Area has often been populated by liberals, but many of tech's heroes, like Elon Musk and Marc Andreessen, have shifted to the right. On this week's podcast, hosts Mike Bird, Soumaya Keynes and Alice Fulwood ask whether Silicon Valley has lost its religion. Margaret O'Mara, professor of history at the University of Washington, reveals the Valley's past. And Adrian Daub, the author of “What Tech Calls Thinking”, tells us that the secret of the successful founder is to bamboozle regulators while they make a bit more money.To help us improve our podcasts, please fill out a short questionnaire at economist.com/moneytalkssurveySign up for our new weekly newsletter dissecting the big themes in markets, business and the economy at www.economist.com/moneytalks For full access to print, digital and audio editions, subscribe to The Economist at www.economist.com/podcastoffer Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Keen On Democracy
Keith Teare on a Crypto Winter and the Dawn of the AI Age: How Silicon Valley Will Remember 2022

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 36:26


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Keith Teare, CEO & Founder at Signal Rank. Keith Teare is a Founder and CEO at SignalRank Corporation. Previously he was Executive Chairman at Accelerated Digital Ventures Ltd – A UK based global investment company focused on startups at all stages. He was also previously founder at the Palo Alto incubator, Archimedes Labs. Archimedes was the original incubator for TechCrunch and since 2011has invested, accelerated or incubated many Silicon valley startups including InFarm, Miles, Quixey; M.dot (sold to GoDaddy); chat.center; Loop Surveys; DownTown and Sunshine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Economist Radio
Money Talks: The changing ideology of Silicon Valley

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 40:45


Startup founders in Silicon Valley are often motivated by an almost religious idealism: young tech workers, looking to move fast and break things, want to use technology to make the world a better place. But 2022 has brought about a reckoning: the business models of once-star firms, such as Uber and Meta, are under threat; the allure of the dishevelled whizz-kid has been undermined by the downfall of Sam Bankman-Fried; and the expense of Palo Alto has pushed plucky startups out. The Bay Area has often been populated by liberals, but many of tech's heroes, like Elon Musk and Marc Andreessen, have shifted to the right. On this week's podcast, hosts Mike Bird, Soumaya Keynes and Alice Fulwood ask whether Silicon Valley has lost its religion. Margaret O'Mara, professor of history at the University of Washington, reveals the Valley's past. And Adrian Daub, the author of “What Tech Calls Thinking”, tells us that the secret of the successful founder is to bamboozle regulators while they make a bit more money.To help us improve our podcasts, please fill out a short questionnaire at economist.com/moneytalkssurveySign up for our new weekly newsletter dissecting the big themes in markets, business and the economy at www.economist.com/moneytalks For full access to print, digital and audio editions, subscribe to The Economist at www.economist.com/podcastoffer Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Utes Pac-12 repeat, Rose Bowl, Troy Taylor in Palo Alto, Coach Prime, Rams TNF win with Baker + more with @JB_Long

"The Drive" with Spence Checketts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 19:13


No Truck Stops: A Pac-12 Basketball & Football Podcast
Pac-12 Football Conference Awards and Snubs, Troy Taylor at Stanford, Byron Cardwell, DJ Uiagalelei, Surprises from 2022

No Truck Stops: A Pac-12 Basketball & Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 65:56


WANT MORE FOOTBALL CONTENT? Just love the show and want to show your support? Check out our Patreon at notruckstops.com for additional episodes and other content! On this week's episode of No Truck Stops, the gang gets together to talk about Pac-12 football conference awards, including offensive and defensive players of the year and first- and second-team all-conference selections from the Pac-12. We react to the awards and discuss snubs (Utah DB Clark Philips III) and surprises (Oregon LB Noah Sewell being selected for an all-conference team).  We also discussed Stanford's hiring of Troy Taylor as their new head coach, whether Troy Taylor will work out in Palo Alto, and whether him taking the Stanford job made sense.  We then discussed the transfer portal, identifying the biggest names from the Pac-12 who entered the portal and what truck stop players could be good fits in the Pac-12.  Lastly, we talked about surprises from the 2022 season, including Oregon State's rise and defensive improvement, Bo Nix being elite, and USC's first-year run through the league.  We end by making predictions for the upcoming Pac-12 bowl games in the SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl and the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl. 

Breaking Analysis with Dave Vellante
How Palo Alto Networks Became the Gold Standard of Cybersecurity

Breaking Analysis with Dave Vellante

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 20:33


Palo Alto Networks has earned a reputation as the leader in security. You can measure this in revenue, market cap, execution and, most importantly, conversations with CISOs. The company is on track to double its revenues to nearly $7B in FY23 from FY20. This despite macro headwinds which will likely continue through next year. Palo Alto owes its position to a clarity of vision and strong execution of a TAM expansion strategy bolstered by key acquisitions and integrations into its cloud & SaaS offerings.  In this Breaking Analysis, and ahead of Palo Alto Ignite, we bring you the next chapter on top of last week's cybersecurity update. We'll dig into the ETR spending data on Palo Alto Networks, provide a glimpse of what to look for at Ignite and posit what Palo Alto needs to do to stay on top of the hill.

Keen On Democracy
Keith Teare: Are We on the Brink of a Magical AI Age in Which Talking With a Smart Machine Will Be Considered Both Normal and Essential?

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 32:28


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Keith Teare, CEO & Founder at Signal Rank. Keith Teare is a Founder and CEO at SignalRank Corporation. Previously he was Executive Chairman at Accelerated Digital Ventures Ltd – A UK based global investment company focused on startups at all stages. He was also previously founder at the Palo Alto incubator, Archimedes Labs. Archimedes was the original incubator for TechCrunch and since 2011has invested, accelerated or incubated many Silicon valley startups including InFarm, Miles, Quixey; M.dot (sold to GoDaddy); chat.center; Loop Surveys; DownTown and Sunshine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

National Review's Radio Free California Podcast

Email Us:dbahnsen@thebahnsengroup.comwill@calpolicycenter.orgFollow Us:@DavidBahnsen@WillSwaim@TheRadioFreeCAShow Notes:On this day in history, Dec. 5, 1848, President Polk ignites California Gold Rush with address to CongressRep. Ro Khanna pushed back on Twitter suppression of Hunter Biden laptop storyFriendly fire: Dems resurface Cárdenas's links to violent porn producer to hurt bid for DCCC ChairmanCalifornia moves toward punishing oil companies for high gas prices with a new profit penaltyCalifornia restaurant owners say they have enough signatures to block fast-food minimum-wage lawSan Diego's Measure B, which would allow waste collection fees, poised to passA teachers union in Clovis Unified remains out of reach as fight drags into third yearThis California city asked where its recycling went. The answer wasn't pretty.Charlie Munger: The world is driven by envy, not greedUSC linebacker Ralen Goforth's hit on Utah QB Cameron Rising