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Just Between Us
Puppets! with David Bizzaro, Your Partner's Gender Identity, and Superstitions

Just Between Us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 87:02


tw: drowning, child abuse Allison relives medical trauma regarding her knee while Gaby inquires as to what AV and JV means in Allison's relationship with her fiance John. A listener then writes into the show about her AMAB (assigned male at birth) partner wanting to wear women's clothes and how his gender identity is affecting her attraction to him. Next, puppeteer David Bizzaro joins the podcast to talk about the wild world of puppeteering, how to build a grounded and iconic puppet character and why he got into it all in the first place. And finally, superstitions! Which do we believe in? And why can't you tell anyone what you wished for on that eyelash?! This has been a Forever Dog production  Produced by Melisa D. Monts Executive produced by Brett Boham, Joe Cilio, and Alex Ramsey.   To listen to this podcast ad-free  Sign up for Forever Dog Plus at foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus   Check out video clips of our podcasts on Youtube at youtube.com/foreverdogteam And make sure to follow us on Twitter, instagram and Facebook at ForeverDogTeam to keep up with all of the latest Forever Dog News Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CISO Tradecraft
#104 - Breach and Attack Simulation with (Dave Klein)

CISO Tradecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 44:33


Special Thanks to our podcast sponsor, Cymulate.  On this episode, Dave Klein stops by to discuss the 3 Digital Challenges that organizations face: Cyber threats evolve on a daily basis and this constant threat to our environment appears to be only accelerating The level of vulnerabilities today is 30x what it was 10 years ago.  We have more IT infrastructure, complexity, and developers in our current environment. In the pursuit of digital innovation, we are changing our IT infrastructure by the hour.  For Example: Infrastructure as Code capabilities (Chef, Puppet, Terraform, etc.) allow developers to deploy faster and create more opportunities for misconfigured code at scale.   Breach and Attack Simulation tooling address these 3 digital challenges by focusing on Breach Attack Simulation, Vulnerability Prioritization, & Threat Exposure Management.  This combined approach allows a cyber organization to ensure its security is fully optimized and its risk exposure is minimized.  Key benefits of adopting Breach and Attack Simulation software include: Managing organizational cyber-risk end to end Rationalizing security spend Prioritizing mitigations based on validated risks Protecting against the latest threats in near real-time Preventing environmental drift   Welcome back listeners and thank you for continuing your education in CISO Tradecraft.  Today we are excited to share with you a great episode focused on Breach and Attack Simulation software.  To begin we will provide a solid background on Breach and Attack Simulation then we are going to bring on our special guest Dave Klein who will give us the pro tips that help CISOs maximize the value from Breach and Attack Simulation Software.   Starting from the beginning.  What is Breach and Attack Simulation software and why is this needed?  At the end of the day most companies are not on an island.  They need to connect to clients, partners, and vendors.  They need the ability for employees to visit websites.  They need to host public facing websites to sell products and services.  Each of these activities result in creating organizational assets such as IT equipment that has internet connectivity.  Now internet connectivity isn't a bad thing.  Remember internet connectivity allows companies to generate income which allows the organization to exist.  This income goes to funding expenses like the cyber organization so that is a good thing.     If bad actors with the intent and capability to cause your company harm can find your company's internet connected assets which have vulnerabilities, then you have a risk to your organization.  So enter vulnerability assessment and penetration testing tools that companies can buy to identify and address this risk.  Now sometimes you will hear the terms Cyber Asset Attack Surface Management or (CAASM).  It's also commonly referred to as continuous threat exposure management.  Essentially these two categories of tools are the latest evolution of vulnerability management tooling that have the additional benefit of ingesting data from multiple sources.  Essentially they are designed to address key questions such as:  How do we get an inventory of what we have? How do we know our vulnerabilities? and  How do we know which vulnerabilities might be exploited by threat actors?     Now if you want to take this line of questioning one step further, then you should consider adopting Breach and Attack Simulation software.  Note Breach and Attack Simulation software overlaps with many of the CAASM capabilities, but it does something unique.  Breach and Attack Simulation software allows you to pose as bad actors on your network and perform red team exercises.  Essentially you learn how bad actors can bypass your cyber tooling and safeguards.  This means you go from knowing where you are vulnerable to actually seeing how well your incident response activities perform.  Example if I can take a normal user's laptop and spawn a Powershell Script or run a tool like MimiKatz to gain Domain Admin level privileges, then I want to know if the Cyber Security Incident Response team was alerted to that activity.  I also want to know if the Incident Response team blocked or disabled this account in a timely manner.  According to the 2022 Microsoft Digital Defense Report the median time it takes for an attacker to access your private data if you fall victim to a phishing email is 1 hour 12 minutes.  The report also stated that the median time for an attacker to begin moving laterally within your corporate network once a device is compromised is 1 hour 42 minutes.  Remember the difference to responding to these attacks in minutes vs hours can be the difference between how much files get encrypted when ransomware actors get into your environment.     Another thing that CISOs need to ensure is that vulnerabilities get fixed.  How do you test that?  You have to replay the attack.     You can think of fire drills as the comparison.  If an organization only did one fire drill every 24 months, then chances are the company's time to exit the building isn't going to decrease all that much.  It's likely to stay the same.  Now if an organization does 8-12 fire drills over the course of 24 months, then you would generally see a good decrease in departure times as people get familiar with knowing how to leave the building in a timely fashion.  The good thing on Breach and Attack Simulation tools is they have the ability to replay numerous attacks with the click of a button.  This can save your penetration testing team hours over manual exploitation activities which would have to be repeated to confirm successful patches and mitigations.   If we look at Breach and Attack Simulation software the tools have typically come in two flavors.  One is an agent based approach.  Example.  A company might install an attack agent on a laptop inside the corporate environment that runs Data Loss Protection software.  The attack agent might look at how much data it can exfiltrate which is not stopped by the DLP tool.  The attack agent could also run similar attacks with how much malware the Antivirus detects, how much sensitive email it send outside the company despite there being an email protection solution.  These attack agents can also be placed on servers to determine how effective web applications firewalls are at stopping attacks.   Essentially having an attack agent on the internal side of a trusted network and one on the outside allows an organization to evaluate the effectiveness of various cyber tools.  Now there's a few concerns with this type of approach.  One, companies don't want to add more agents across their network because it steals critical system resources and makes things slower.  Two, the time it takes to install and test agents means the value you can get out of these tools is delayed because cyber needs approvals from the desktop team, the network team, the firewall team, etc. before these solutions can be deployed.  Three, by having an agent you don't always truly simulate what an attacker would do since you don't have to live off the land and gain permissions the attacker did.  Your agent may not be know to antivirus or EDR tools, but using windows libraries to gain access does.    Now let's compare this with an agentless approach.  This approach is quite popular since labs where agents are run don't always look like a production environment.  Example they lack the amount of traffic, don't possess the same amount of production data, or contain last month's versions of software.     Here attacker software may start with the premise what happens if someone from the Accounting Team opens an Excel document containing a malicious macro.  Let's see how we can automate an attack after that initial compromise step occurs.  Then let's walk through every attack identified by the Mitre Attack Framework and see what gets caught and what doesn't.  The tooling can then look at the technical safeguards in the organization that should have been applied and provide recommendations on how to increase their effectiveness.  This might be something simple like adding a Windows Group Policy to stop an attack.  Also breach and attack simulation tools can provide alerting recommendations to the SIEM that help identify when an endpoint attack occurred.  Example: Instead of knowing that bad actors can run an attack, the Breach and Attack Simulation software actually gives you the Splunk Signature that your SOC team can leverage.  That's a great add to minimize the amount of time to improve your alerting capabilities.     Now when the breach and attack simulation software replays attacks each month, cyber leadership can look at how fast the Incident Response team detected and remediated the attack.  It might be as simple as we stopped this attack before it could happen by applying the new Windows Group Policy or it took the team 4 hours to determine XYZ account had been taken over.  These metrics allow you to know how well your Response plans work.  So you get the value of a penetration test with the automation & scaling of vulnerability management tools.     What's even more impressive is how these tools are evolving to meet the larger mission of cyber organizations.     Example: Most Financial and Health Care organizations have to demonstrate evidence that IT controls are working effectively.  Generally this is a manual process done in the Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) team within a cyber organization.  GRC teams have to ask developers to provide evidence to various IT controls such as are you monitoring and alerting to privilege activity.  Now imagine if you had an automated tool that showed evidence that monitoring tools are installed on 99% of endpoints and these tools actually stopped various MITRE attacks immediately.  That evidence would minimize the data call which takes time from the developer teams.   

TNA Cross The Line Podcast
Episode #138: TNA The Best Damn Wrestling Event Period Night 2 - 11/11/04

TNA Cross The Line Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 77:41


Bob Colling Jr. & Dallas Gridley head into The Best Damn Wrestling Event Period - Night 2 on FSN from November 11, 2004 at the Impact Zone in Orlando, Florida. TNA Wrestling team up once again with The Best Damn Sports Show Period to present a crazy special! Bryan Cox, John Salley, Chris Rose, Tom Arnold & Leeann Tweeden host the show again and in the main event NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Jarrett faces off against Jeff Hardy inside the Six Sides Of Steel! Plus, 3 Live Kru, Team Canada, Puppet, The Naturals all in action along with Abyss & AJ Styles in a Tables Match! You won't want to miss what went down on this special TV event! Follow us on Twitter @CrossTheLineTNA Follow us on Facebook @TNACrossTheLinePod Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Shop at our Pro Wrestling Tees Store

Without A Net Podcast
Vampire: The Masquerade - Season 2, Episode 31: Not A Puppet Show

Without A Net Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 46:39


Former KGB wunderkind known as Arthur Sobchek has a myriad of ways to get information.  Some involve the Network while other methods are more tried and true.  On his way to a meeting, one of those tried and true methods involves a Ventrue and a ghoul - both of which have close ties to the coterie. --- Intro & Outtro Music by: Jack Le Breton Website: jacklebreton.com Twitter & Instagram: @Jack_Le_Breton   Website: https://www.Withoutanetpod.com Discord link https://discord.gg/TbE5Ajc If you like the show, swing by our Patreon where you can get access to over 15 extra hours of content. https://www.patreon.com/posts/43800673 Email us: Withoutanetpod@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WithoutANetPodcast Copyright: Without A Net Podcast 2018-2022   Disclaimer: This Vampire: The Masquerade chronicle is a non-official, fan-created work by the Without A Net Podcast.  Portions of the materials used in this Actual Play are the copyrights and trademarks of Paradox Interactive AB and are used with their permission.  All rights are reserved.  For any further information in those regards you can find them at worldofdarkness.com.

Proper Ebonics Podcast
Puppet Vibes

Proper Ebonics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 51:50


Daria and Jane Lane link up to discuss the World Series, trips to Trinidad, Darius the Puppet, and of course: etc.

Peculiar Podcast
I'm Not Your Puppet

Peculiar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 56:07


It’s none of our business, but we think marrying a family member is ill-advised. Is it better to die when things are going well, or when things are going horribly? And, sigh, yes, “The Pig” visits the podcast. How much do you swear? If a sailor and a truck driver …

Headlong Into Monsters
Episode 27: Cinematic Viagra (Puppet master Axis of Evil, Axis Rising, Axis Termination and The Littlest Reich with Dave Becker)

Headlong Into Monsters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 157:36


The people and spoken and no one wants more puppets! To bad, here's 4 more Puppet Master Movies with super special guest Dave Doctor Shock Becker! Puppet Master Axis of Evil Raul - 6 out of 10 Last Samurai puppets (buy in a set) Ashley - 5 out of 10 katanas through the Nazi (buy in a set) Dave - 6 out of 10 no titties (rent) Puppet Master Axis Rising Raul - 5.5 out of 10 44 caliber blondes (buy in a box set) Ashley - 4 out of 10 big gun titty puppets (buy in box set or move on with you life) Dave - 6.5 out of 10 deep cleavages (rent) Puppet Master Axis Termination Raul - 4.5 out of 10 topless protection spells (rent) Ashley - 5 out of 10 reanimator syringe fingers (buy in the box set) Dave - 5 out of 10 Peter Dinklage look alikes (watch it once) Puppet Master The Littlest Reich Raul - 9 out of 10 dudes pissing on their own decapitated head (buy) Ashley - 9 out of 10 titties pressed up against glass (buy) Dave - 9 out of 10 dragged off fetuses out of 10 (buy) Website Links: Website - https://headlongintomonsters.godaddysites.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/In2Monsters E-mail - headlongintomonsters@gmail.com Ashley Links: Twitter - https://twitter.com/BarelyAshley Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/barelyashley Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ashley.pinkard Letterboxd - https://letterboxd.com/barelyashley/ Raul Links: Twitter - https://twitter.com/RaulVsMonsters Letterboxd - https://letterboxd.com/into_monsters/ Dave Links: twitter: https://twitter.com/dvdinfatuation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dave.becker.750 Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/dcoshockhmp/ youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0ETtxXsgy-ZzHNoq012vqw Jay Of The Dead's New Horror Movies: https://www.newhorrormovies.com/ Land Of The Creeps: http://landofthecreeps.blogspot.com/ Horror Movie Podcast: https://horrormoviepodcast.com/ Phantom Galaxy: https://phantomgalaxy.podbean.com/ DVD Infatuation: http://www.dvdinfatuation.com/ Opening Music: https://audiojungle.net/item/80s-horror-retro-background/33176055 Closing Music: https://audiojungle.net/item/hip-hop-horror/25238003

This Week In Geek
Earth vs Soup - Attack Of The Puppet People (1958)

This Week In Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 42:33


Aaron and Darlene watch some classic sci-fi from the 1950s and '60s, good and bad. They talk about what makes these films memorable and fun, and if you should take a trip back in time and enjoy these films as well.Feedback for the show?:Email: feedback@thisweekingeek.netTwitter: https://twitter.com/thisweekingeekSubscribe to our feed: https://www.spreaker.com/show/3571037/episodes/feediTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-geek/id215643675Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Lit2bzebJXMTIv7j7fkqqGoogle Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzU3MTAzNy9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkWebsite: http://www.thisweekingeek.net

Gift Horse
Gift Horse 083: Trophy Ghost / A Puppet for Michael Caine

Gift Horse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 47:34


Calm down, everyone. Mike and Tracy are exchanging personal, seasonal ghosts. Sex, death, loss, spectral cuckoldry, Whoopi: this one has everything.

The Speakeasy
Master of Cocktails Making the Drinks

The Speakeasy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 51:04


The title works if you sing it to the tune of “Master of Puppets”... or, you could just tune in and listen to the band interview Lauren Paylor O'Brien, all-around badass and competitor on the first season of Netflix's Drink Masters! She gives the inside scoop on shooting the show, how far bartending competitions have come in the last few years and dishes out a few tips to up your spritz game for another upcoming competition. Plus, restaurants have hiked their prices past what they need to cover for inflation - but they might not be the restaurants you're thinking about. Tune in to find out more!Please SUBSCRIBE and RATE the show if you can. Join us each week as we sit down with a wide range of hospitality and spirits experts from around the world to discuss everything that impacts our business. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM:Damon Boelte @DamonBoelteSother Teague @CreativeDrunkGreg Benson @100ProofGregSpeakeasy Podcast @SpeakeasyPodcastFOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Sother Teague @CreativeDrunk SpeakeasyRadio @SpeakeasyRadio#DrinkingOnTheRadioHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Speakeasy by becoming a member!The Speakeasy is Powered by Simplecast.

Headlong Into Monsters
Episode 26: It Wasn't Horny Enough (Puppet Master 5, 6, 7, 8 with Greg and Lucy)

Headlong Into Monsters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 162:19


Spooky season might be over but puppet master coverage is in full swing. Greg Bensch and Savage Lucy Join us as we cover Puppet Master 5, 6, 7, and 8. Website Links: Website - https://headlongintomonsters.godaddysites.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/In2Monsters E-mail - headlongintomonsters@gmail.com Ashley Links: Twitter - https://twitter.com/BarelyAshley Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/barelyashley Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ashley.pinkard Letterboxd - https://letterboxd.com/barelyashley/ Raul Links: Twitter - https://twitter.com/RaulVsMonsters Letterboxd - https://letterboxd.com/into_monsters/ Lucy Links: Twitter: https: //twitter.com/SavageLucy42 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/savagelucy42 Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/savagelucy42/?etsrc=sdt Greg Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greg.bensch Twitter: https://twitter.com/Qua419 Opening Music: https://audiojungle.net/item/80s-horror-retro-background/33176055 Closing Music: https://audiojungle.net/item/hip-hop-horror/25238003

No Time to be Timid
Episode 7: Constraints are Opportunities.

No Time to be Timid

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 31:23


International award-winning puppeteer Dan Hurlin talks about starting a successful theater at age 10, how financial constraints prompted him to create a solo show where he played a cast of 60 characters, his love of toy theaters and puppets, and  his new approach to puppetry.The music in this episode is from "Disfarmer" and was composed by Dan Moses Schreier.Go to triciaroseburt.com for links to Dan's work. Check out Dan's website.View an excerpt from Disfarmer.See the trailer for the documentary Puppet.Learn about Nathanael West.Explore the work of John Cage.See Julia Jacquette's work. 

Feeling Seen
David Bizzaro on 'The Man Who Fell to Earth'

Feeling Seen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 55:43


David Bizzaro has had a long and varied career in front of and behind the camera, but his newest role is Mochi on Netflix's Waffles and Mochi's Restaurant. Mochi is...well, a mochi. He talks a lot, but doesn't say words. He's a tiny pink ball. He's friends with Michelle Obama. This week, David shares his journey into puppetry, his family background raised by an immigrant mother, seeing neurodiversity on screen, and more -- through his shows, as well as The Man Who Fell to Earth and Andor.The Jordan has one quick thing about the return of Jennifer Lawrence (not that she ever really went anywhere!).***With Jordan Crucchiola and David Bizzaro

Inside The Ravens Eye
Puppet VS Master - The Final Review

Inside The Ravens Eye

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 39:11


In this episode of Conversations with a Shaman. We get into episode fourteen, The Final Review.Coyote Thunder Hawk goes into detail about Puppet VS Master. How each episode from the beginning till now can help you understand the meaning of what it is to be a puppet or a master.This and so much more in this episode of Inside the Ravens Eye.If you enjoy this podcast, please remember to share this with your loved ones. Family and friends. Give us a rating and follow us so you don't miss any upcoming episodes.

Under The Puppet
77 - Shari Lewis & Lamb Chop: The Team That Changed Children's Television with Mallory Lewis - Under The Puppet

Under The Puppet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 36:22


http://www.UnderThePuppet.com -  Mallory Lewis is the Emmy Award winning daughter of ventriloquist Shari Lewis and the current performer of Lamb Chop.  She's also an author who along with Nat Segloff has just released a book called: Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop: The Team That Changed Children's Television.  I talk with Mallory about this new biography that examines the joys, sorrows, triumphs, and sheer hard work that gave Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop their enduring star power on this episode of Under The Puppet. Plus, hear more of my exclusive interview with Lamb Chop exclusively on the free Under The Puppet app for iOS & Android! IOS - https://apple.co/2WZ4uZg ANDROID - https://bit.ly/2RwcFev Also, this month you can win an Inner Monster Kit!  Listen to find out how to enter. Transcript of this interview is available to the Saturday Morning Media Patreon Patrons! Connect with Mallory Lewis: Book - https://www.amazon.com/Shari-Lewis-Lamb-Chop-Television/dp/0813196264 Website - https://mallorylewisandlambchop.com/ TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@yourfavlambchop Instagram - https://instagram.com/mallorylewisandlambchop IMDB - https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4758949/ Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mallory_Lewis Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mallorylewisandlambchop Discussed on the show: Coming Soon Connect with the Show: http://www.instagram.com/underthepuppet http://www.twitter.com/underthepuppet Connect with Grant: http://www.MrGrant.comhttp://www.twitter.com/toasterboy https://instagram.com/throwingtoasters/ Art by Parker Jacobs Music by Dan Ring Edited by Stephen Staver Help us make more shows like this one.  Become a patron of Saturday Morning Media and get cool rewards!  Visit www.patreon.com/saturdaymorningmedia for info! ©2022 Saturday Morning Media - http://www.saturdaymorningmedia.com

Called By God Podcast
112. I Was A Christian Puppet

Called By God Podcast

Play Episode Play 51 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 46:19


What does having a call on your life look like? The simple answer to this question is to follow Bro. Nic Silvanie's discussion with Sis. Stephanie “Missy” Brown as she shares how she went from a people pleaser to a God pleaser.Baptized when her son was 9 months oldMissy was a lukewarm ChristianShe operated as a puppet and people pleaserShe was baptized in Florida when she went to visit her grandmotherThe process was not easy because Missy just wentMissy knew she wanted to get baptized but she was not convertedShe went to the building but she was not dedicated to the ministryShe went through a lot when she first got baptizedMissy felt shame that she placed on herselfMissy was embarrassed because she was pregnant and not marriedMissy can be reached on:brwnstephanie@gmail.comhttps://youtube.com/channel/UCvexWPS-OQvVbDdUXY397dAFacebool: Missy BrownIG: Missy BrownThe way to salvation:Hear: Romans 10:17Believe: Hebrews 11:6Repent: Acts 17:30-31Confess: Matthew 10:32Be Baptized: Mark 16:15-16Be faithful unto death: Revelation 2:10A Call to SalvationSupport the showSocial Media/Follow Us: Website:https://www.calledbygodpodcast.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/cbg.podcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CalledbyGodPodTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@calledbygodpodcast

Hero Movie Podcast
Puppet Master

Hero Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 59:22


This week the boys of HMP talk our Patreon Vote winner- Puppet Master!   Executive Producers: Tim Shifflet (The Longhauler), Matthew Schnapp, Derrick Copling (Sir Slick Derrick The Knight Bard), Larry Trujillo, Jessica Berry, Noah Overton (Noah of The Dark Woods), Nate Stewart (King Solomon's Frog), Brain Zee (Spider-Zee), Alex Caudill   New Dirty Baby March- SHOP HMP!   Follow Us on TikTok Check out Bruce's YouTube Page Join our Subreddit! HeroMoviePodcast.com Support us on HMP's Patreon Buy Nerdspawn Genesis (Leslieverse Tales Book 1) Buy Our Merch! Review us on iTunes Like Us on Facebook Subscribe to our YouTube Page Follow us on Twitter and Instagram Listen to us on our new show- Mandalorian 30 Questions Adam Portrais: Twitter Nerd Talk Now The Film Find- Twitter Bruce Leslie:  Twitter Heroes and Villains PodcastChubby Wizard Sean Kovacs: Twitter  

Haunting Season
HorrorTok - Lucy Baal the Demon Puppet from Hell

Haunting Season

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 61:33


Lucy Baal is a demon puppet from hell with a divine love of horror movies and quite a lot to say. Josh chats with Lucy and his handler Robin about being a demon, their shared love of horror movies, a real life haunting, and what it's like being a puppet on tiktok. Josh also shares his Halloween plans and reflects on Halloween past. All that and more, so turn out the lights, find a safe hiding space, and fall in to Haunting Season's HorrorTok   Follow @lucy_baal : https://www.tiktok.com/@lucy_baal?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc   Haunting Season is a growing network of horror entertainment based around Joshua Sterling Bragg's love of horror.   Daily horror content on tiktok: https://bit.ly/HauntingSeasonTikTok Updates, reviews and photos on Instagram: https://bit.ly/HauntingSeasonIG Original Scary Stories: https://bit.ly/HauntingSeasonYouTube All the other links: https://drum.io/hauntingseason   Haunting Season and Haunting Season's HorrorTok was created by Joshua Sterling Bragg and is a joint production with Believe Limited and Matt Gielen. Executive Producers Ryan Gielen, Matt Gielen and Patrick James Lynch, Produced by Keith Korneluk, with editing support by Todd Jackson and Kay Vermeil.   Music was designed for the show by North Innsbruck the synthlord from minneapolis. https://www.northinnsbruck.com/ Thanks for listening, and come back soon because we're more likely to survive if we stick together.

The Mel K Show
Mel K Manheim Pennsylvania Speech Lays Out The Power Structure & Exposes The Puppet Masters ICYMI

The Mel K Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 33:33


Hope to see you all next weekend in Branson, Missouri Nov 4-5, 2022 at The Reawaken America Tour:  https://themelkshow.com/events/ We at www.themelkshow.com want to thank all our amazing patriots pals for joining us on this journey, for your support of our work and for your faith in this biblical transition to greatness. We love what we do and are working hard to keep on top of everything to help this transition along peacefully and with love. Please help us amplify our message: Like, Comment & Share! The Show's Partners Page: https://themelkshow.com/partners/   Consider Making A Donation: https://themelkshow.com/donate/ Another way to get involved and find ways to become active in the community is to come meet Mel and many amazing truth warriors at our upcoming live in person speaking events. Together we are unstoppable. We look forward to seeing you. GodWins! https://themelkshow.com/events/ Branson, Missouri Nov 4-5, 2022 (Reawaken America Tour) Nashville, TN January 20-21, 2023 (Reawaken America Tour) Remember to mention Mel K for great discounts on all these fun and informative events. See you there! We are taking our country and freedoms back! Support this nationwide crowdfunding campaign to save freedom. Click this link to hear an important message from General Flynn: www.melksavefreedom.com Website  www.TheMelKShow.com Locals.com - Exclusive Mel K Content https://melk.locals.com/ CloutHub (Video/Social Media) https://app.clouthub.com/#/users/u/TheMelKShow Mel K Show Video Platform - (Subscription) https://www.themelkshow.tv Rumble (Video) - The Mel K Show https://rumble.com/c/TheMelKShow Bitchute (Video) - Melk.News/Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/Iw2kiviwZpwx/ Podbean (Podcast) https://themelkshow.podbean.com/ TRUTH Social https://truthsocial.com/@themelkshow Gab (Social Media) https://gab.com/MelKShow GETTR (Social Media) https://www.gettr.com/user/themelkshow Telegram (Social App) The Mel K Show Group - https://t.me/themelkshowgroup The Mel K Show Channel - https://t.me/themelkshowchannel The Mel K Show Mailing Address 1040 First Avenue #367 New York, NY 10022 If you are interested to explore investing in precious metals please contact below and mention MelK for special offers: Beverly Hills Precious Metals Exchange Buy Gold & Silver https://themelkshow.com/gold/ Speak with Gold Expert Andrew Sorchini…Tell Him Mel K Sent You! Gray & Sons Jewelers Have you considered alternative methods to hedging against inflation? With all the ongoing geopolitical uncertainty, now is a great time to protect your wealth with hard liquid assets. https://themelkshow.com/grayandsons/ Support Patriots With MyPillow Go to www.MyPillow.com Use offer code “MelK” to support both MyPillow and The Mel K Show Mel K Superfoods Supercharge your wellness with Mel K Superfoods  Use Code: MELKWELLNESS and Save Over $100 off retail today! www.MelKSuperfoods.com HempWorx The #1 selling CBD brand. Offering cutting edge products that run the gamut from CBD oils and other hemp products to essential oils in our Mantra Brand, MDC Daily Sprays which are Vitamin and Herb combination sprays/ https://themelkshow.com/my-daily-choice/ Dr. Zelenko Immunity Protocols  https://zstacklife.com/MelK Dr. Stella Immanuel, MD. Consult with a renowned healthcare provider!  Offering Telehealth Services & Supplements. Use offer code ‘MelK' for 10% Off https://bit.ly/MelKDrStellaMD Dr. Mark Sherwood. Take care of your health with Dr. Mark Sherwood and his team at Functional Medical Institute. Download the free e-book to develop physical and emotional resiliency www.Sherwood.tv/melk    EMP Shield EMP Shield is designed to protect an entire home from lightning, solar flare (coronal mass ejection), power surges, and an electromagnetic pulse. Use promo code MelK https://bit.ly/EMP-Shield Great Offers on Satellite Phones & more Satellite phones provide voice, SMS, and data services anywhere on the Earth and you don't have to rely on cell phone networks. www.melkphone.com The Tuttle Twins The Tuttle Twins children's books help you teach your kids how the world really works & helps children develop critical thinking skills about real-world concepts. https://bit.ly/TuttleTwinsLearning The Commander's Artist Save 10% Promo Code: MelK https://thecommandersartist.com The Flag Shirt - Patriotic Clothing & Accessories  https://theflagshirt.com/?sscid=a1k6_q2olu&utm_source=shareasale&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=3418926&utm_content=1485847 Defend the Midterms Bootcamp https://defendthemidterms.com/melk Propaganda Exposed - 8 Part Docuseries. 50 health and freedom experts will be highlighted in this docu-series. https://bit.ly/PropagandaExposed-8Part

Night Cap
Sock Puppets and Amanda Martin-Tully

Night Cap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 60:02


I can say what type of puppets because this show would get flagged but trust me, it's not what you think. Amanda and I are discussing her new venture via vending machines and other hilarious subjects too numerous to count.

The Prather Point.  Uncensored, Unafraid, Outside the Box
PUPPET MASTERS RUNNING OUT OF PUPPETS

The Prather Point. Uncensored, Unafraid, Outside the Box

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 64:26


Today on The Prather Point LIVE at 4 pm ET / 1 pm PT on RUMBLE:https://rumble.com/v1q6gki-watch-the-prather-point-today-at-4-pm-et-1-pm-pt.html2 WAYS TO ENGAGE. ENGAGE. ENGAGE.➡ 1. Follow Jeffrey's FREE NEWS FEED at JeffreyPrather.Locals.com. The latest articles, video and news you won't find anywhere else.➡ 2. Visit JeffreyPrather.com and subscribe to my FREE Newsletter.------------------------Never get stuck in an emergency situation visit our sponsors:➡ Satellite Phone Special Offer Visit http://PratherDeal.com➡ Save $150 on 3-months of Emergency Food Visit http://PratherPrepSupply.com------------------------★ Get the World's Freshest Batch Roasted Coffee & SAVE 20%— Crafted by Patriots! ★ https://TeamAmericaCoffee.com

Reach Out and Read
Puppet Talk

Reach Out and Read

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 32:50


Why would someone write a research paper involving puppets?  Well, puppets can not only be a tool for helping children feel more comfortable in medical settings, but more recently have been used to support relational health.  Dr. Gretchen Domek, Associate Professor and the Frankenburg Research Professor in Developmental Pediatrics at the University of Colorado, joins us to talk about her work introducing finger puppets as a tool to help caregivers talk with their infants both at home and abroad.

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Don Bolduc Talks Money-Hungry, Tax-Passionate, Pelosi-Puppet Maggie Hassan - 10.27.22 - Howie Carr Show Hour 2

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 39:26


Howie is joined by New Hampshire candidate for Senate Don Bolduc to discuss his heated race against corrupt Maggie Hassan. They talk Hassan's suspect amassing of wealth while in office, her warped love for raising taxes, and surety to align her vote with Crazy Nancy every time.

The Weekly Podcast Massacre
Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys vs Alien vs Predator

The Weekly Podcast Massacre

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 99:22


To wrap up our October theme of Monster Mash Up, we bring together some of the biggest franchises know to man and child alike, 2004's Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys and Alien vs Predator. Email: WeeklyPodcastMassacre@gmail.com Twitter: @WeeklyMassacre Instagram: @WeeklyMassacre Music by Dora the Destroyer. New album out now! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weeklypodcastmassacre/message

TechStuff
TechStuff Tidbits: Exploring the Uncanny Valley

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 19:49 Very Popular


What is the uncanny valley? What causes that feeling of uneasiness we get when we see certain robots or CGI characters? What makes them creepy?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside The Ravens Eye
Puppet VS Master - Self-Mastery

Inside The Ravens Eye

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 43:49


In this episode of Conversations with a Shaman. We get into episode thirteen, Self-Mastery.What is Self-Mastery? How does one begin their journey to self-mastery, and is there an endpoint?This and so much more in this episode of Inside the Ravens Eye.If you enjoy this podcast, please remember to share this with your loved ones. Family and friends. Give us a rating and follow us so you don't miss any upcoming episodes.

Hate Watching with Dan and Tony
Hate Watching Puppet Master X: Axis Rising

Hate Watching with Dan and Tony

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 86:08


This is the 10th movie in the storied franchise and boy is it nuts - puppets, nazis, reanimation, sexy nazi lady, etc, etc. And there is Sarge ready to throw down with them all. This is just barely a horror movie, more of a weird sic-fi hybrid.Hate Watching is the only show that takes the puppets acting skills into account.

Ken Ham on SermonAudio
Adam—Not a Puppet!

Ken Ham on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 1:00


A new MP3 sermon from Answers in Genesis Ministries is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Adam—Not a Puppet! Subtitle: Answers with Ken Ham Speaker: Ken Ham Broadcaster: Answers in Genesis Ministries Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 10/25/2022 Length: 1 min.

Answers with Ken Ham
Adam—Not a Puppet!

Answers with Ken Ham

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022


Death and suffering are part of our world because of the first man Adam's sin. You see, God originally created a perfect world, free from death and suffering.

The David Knight Show
24Oct22 Hu's Gone First, Xi Consolidates Power; UK PM Rishi, WEF's Newest Young Puppet

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 181:43


* Hu's Gone First — as Xi visibly removes his predecessor. What can we learn about his priorities as he sets himself up as absolute dictator?* New UK PM Rishi ("Conservative" Party) hits accelerator on Davos "green" agenda. Another WEF puppet competing with Trudeau and Rutter for Klaus Schwab's favor* Dominion CEO on 60 Minutes says fraud impossible, as CISA points out 9 vulnerabilities* SHTF in SanFran as single public toilet takes $1.7 MILLION and years to install* Is the DeepState going to block Musk's purchase of Twitter? Is that what he was setting up?* Taxes hit near record high as percent of GDP but can't keep up with spending — bring on UBI (Universal Basic Income)* Most Americans trust government more than God — what is the proper relationship of Christians to politics?* Is Biden repeating Obama's Solyndra debacle, but this time with EV batteries? With damage done to grid by climate gremlins, it's already cheaper to use internal combustion engines than charge EVs in Germany.Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

The REAL David Knight Show
24Oct22 Hu's Gone First, Xi Consolidates Power; UK PM Rishi, WEF's Newest Young Puppet

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 181:43


* Hu's Gone First — as Xi visibly removes his predecessor. What can we learn about his priorities as he sets himself up as absolute dictator?* New UK PM Rishi ("Conservative" Party) hits accelerator on Davos "green" agenda. Another WEF puppet competing with Trudeau and Rutter for Klaus Schwab's favor* Dominion CEO on 60 Minutes says fraud impossible, as CISA points out 9 vulnerabilities* SHTF in SanFran as single public toilet takes $1.7 MILLION and years to install* Is the DeepState going to block Musk's purchase of Twitter? Is that what he was setting up?* Taxes hit near record high as percent of GDP but can't keep up with spending — bring on UBI (Universal Basic Income)* Most Americans trust government more than God — what is the proper relationship of Christians to politics?* Is Biden repeating Obama's Solyndra debacle, but this time with EV batteries? With damage done to grid by climate gremlins, it's already cheaper to use internal combustion engines than charge EVs in Germany.Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

Stateside from Michigan Radio
Stateside Extra: Detroit Puppet Slam

Stateside from Michigan Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 18:03


Puppets! Detroit Puppet Slam is this weekend. And it's what you think... it's about puppets. But there's so much more behind this theatrical art form. This first Stateside Extra is bit of podcast candy for your weekend. Enjoy! ___ Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mentor Project
The Wonderfilled World of Puppets with Marilyn Price!

The Mentor Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 22:41


Man in America Podcast
Who Are the Puppet Masters Behind the Trans Agenda? – Trevor Loudon Interview

Man in America Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 70:44


An eleven-year-old drag performer is slated to headline a “drag queen story time brunch” in Oregon this Sunday, pimped out on-stage by a convicted child sex predator. What began as a push for “acceptance” is now an all-out assault on our children. But the big question is: who's behind this agenda, and what is their end game? Join me live for a candid discussion with Trevor Loudon to understand this disturbing trend.   Today's show is brought to you by Rise.TV, where it's our mission to awaken, uplift, and unite America—one show at a time.

Inside The Ravens Eye
Puppet VS Master - Past ~ Present ~ Future

Inside The Ravens Eye

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 28:30


In this episode of Conversations with a Shaman. We get into episode twelve, Past ~ Present ~ Future.How often do we live in the past? How often do we live in the present? And how often do we look into the future of our lives? Do we carry heavy stones in our backpacks for no reason at all?This and so much more in this episode of Inside the Ravens Eye.If you enjoy this podcast, please remember to share this with your loved ones. Family and friends. Give us a rating and follow us so you don't miss any upcoming episodes.

Throbbing With Horror
135. Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (2018)

Throbbing With Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 53:01


Does a reboot of Puppet Master where they're all nazis on a killing spree in a hotel work in the modern era? Let's find out.

Screaming in the Cloud
The Evolution of Cloud Services with Richard Hartmann

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 45:26


About RichardRichard "RichiH" Hartmann is the Director of Community at Grafana Labs, Prometheus team member, OpenMetrics founder, OpenTelemetry member, CNCF Technical Advisory Group Observability chair, CNCF Technical Oversight Committee member, CNCF Governing Board member, and more. He also leads, organizes, or helps run various conferences from hundreds to 18,000 attendess, including KubeCon, PromCon, FOSDEM, DENOG, DebConf, and Chaos Communication Congress. In the past, he made mainframe databases work, ISP backbones run, kept the largest IRC network on Earth running, and designed and built a datacenter from scratch. Go through his talks, podcasts, interviews, and articles at https://github.com/RichiH/talks or follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/TwitchiH for musings on the intersection of technology and society.Links Referenced: Grafana Labs: https://grafana.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TwitchiH Richard Hartmann list of talks: https://github.com/richih/talks TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at AWS AppConfig. Engineers love to solve, and occasionally create, problems. But not when it's an on-call fire-drill at 4 in the morning. Software problems should drive innovation and collaboration, NOT stress, and sleeplessness, and threats of violence. That's why so many developers are realizing the value of AWS AppConfig Feature Flags. Feature Flags let developers push code to production, but hide that that feature from customers so that the developers can release their feature when it's ready. This practice allows for safe, fast, and convenient software development. You can seamlessly incorporate AppConfig Feature Flags into your AWS or cloud environment and ship your Features with excitement, not trepidation and fear. To get started, go to snark.cloud/appconfig. That's snark.cloud/appconfig.Corey: This episode is brought to us in part by our friends at Datadog. Datadog's SaaS monitoring and security platform that enables full stack observability for developers, IT operations, security, and business teams in the cloud age. Datadog's platform, along with 500 plus vendor integrations, allows you to correlate metrics, traces, logs, and security signals across your applications, infrastructure, and third party services in a single pane of glass.Combine these with drag and drop dashboards and machine learning based alerts to help teams troubleshoot and collaborate more effectively, prevent downtime, and enhance performance and reliability. Try Datadog in your environment today with a free 14 day trial and get a complimentary T-shirt when you install the agent.To learn more, visit datadoghq/screaminginthecloud to get. That's www.datadoghq/screaminginthecloudCorey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud, I'm Corey Quinn. There are an awful lot of people who are incredibly good at understanding the ins and outs and the intricacies of the observability world. But they didn't have time to come on the show today. Instead, I am talking to my dear friend of two decades now, Richard Hartmann, better known on the internet as RichiH, who is the Director of Community at Grafana Labs, here to suffer—in a somewhat atypical departure for the theme of this show—personal attacks for once. Richie, thank you for joining me.Richard: And thank you for agreeing on personal attacks.Corey: Exactly. It was one of your riders. Like, there have to be the personal attacks back and forth or you refuse to appear on the show. You've been on before. In fact, the last time we did a recording, I believe you were here in person, which was a long time ago. What have you been up to?You're still at Grafana Labs. And in many cases, I would point out that, wow, you've been there for many years; that seems to be an atypical thing, which is an American tech industry perspective because every time you and I talk about this, you look at folks who—wow, you were only at that company for five years. What's wrong with you—you tend to take the longer view and I tend to have the fast twitch, time to go ahead and leave jobs because it's been more than 20 minutes approach. I see that you're continuing to live what you preach, though. How's it been?Richard: Yeah, so there's a little bit of Covid brains, I think. When we talked in 2018, I was still working at SpaceNet, building a data center. But the last two-and-a-half years didn't really happen for many people, myself included. So, I guess [laugh] that includes you.Corey: No, no you're right. You've only been at Grafana Labs a couple of years. One would think I would check the notes for shooting my mouth off. But then, one wouldn't know me.Richard: What notes? Anyway, I've been around Prometheus and Grafana Since 2015. But it's like, real, full-time everything is 2020. There was something in between. Since 2018, I contracted to do vulnerability handling and everything for Grafana Labs because they had something and they didn't know how to deal with it.But no, full time is 2020. But as to the space in the [unintelligible 00:02:45] of itself, it's maybe a little bit German of me, but trying to understand the real world and trying to get an overview of systems and how they actually work, and if they are working correctly and as intended, and if not, how they're not working as intended, and how to fix this is something which has always been super important to me, in part because I just want to understand the world. And this is a really, really good way to automate understanding of the world. So, it's basically a work-saving mechanism. And that's why I've been sticking to it for so long, I guess.Corey: Back in the early days of monitoring systems—so we called it monitoring back then because, you know, are using simple words that lack nuance was sort of de rigueur back then—we wound up effectively having tools. Nagios is the one that springs to mind, and it was terrible in all the ways you would expect a tool written in janky Perl in the early-2000s to be. But it told you what was going on. It tried to do a thing, generally reach a server or query it about things, and when things fell out of certain specs, it screamed its head off, which meant that when you had things like the core switch melting down—thinking of one very particular incident—you didn't get a Nagios alert; you got 4000 Nagios alerts. But start to finish, you could wrap your head rather fully around what Nagios did and why it did the sometimes strange things that it did.These days, when you take a look at Prometheus, which we hear a lot about, particularly in the Kubernetes space and Grafana, which is often mentioned in the same breath, it's never been quite clear to me exactly where those start and stop. It always feels like it's a component in a larger system to tell you what's going on rather than a one-stop shop that's going to, you know, shriek its head off when something breaks in the middle of the night. Is that the right way to think about it? The wrong way to think about it?Richard: It's a way to think about it. So personally, I use the terms monitoring and observability pretty much interchangeably. Observability is a relatively well-defined term, even though most people won't agree. But if you look back into the '70s into control theory where the term is coming from, it is the measure of how much you're able to determine the internal state of a system by looking at its inputs and its outputs. Depending on the definition, some people don't include the inputs, but that is the OG definition as far as I'm aware.And from this, there flow a lot of things. This question of—or this interpretation of the difference between telling that, yes, something's broken versus why something's broken. Or if you can't ask new questions on the fly, it's not observability. Like all of those things are fundamentally mapped to this definition of, I need enough data to determine the internal state of whatever system I have just by looking at what is coming in, what is going out. And that is at the core the thing. Now, obviously, it's become a buzzword, which is oftentimes the fate of successful things. So, it's become a buzzword, and you end up with cargo culting.Corey: I would argue periodically, that observability is hipster monitoring. If you call it monitoring, you get yelled at by Charity Majors. Which is tongue and cheek, but she has opinions, made, nonetheless shall I say, frustrating by the fact that she is invariably correct in those opinions, which just somehow makes it so much worse. It would be easy to dismiss things she says if she weren't always right. And the world is changing, especially as we get into the world of distributed systems.Is the server that runs the app working or not working loses meaning when we're talking about distributed systems, when we're talking about containers running on top of Kubernetes, which turns every outage into a murder mystery. We start having distributed applications composed of microservices, so you have no idea necessarily where an issue is. Okay, is this one microservice having an issue related to the request coming into a completely separate microservice? And it seems that for those types of applications, the answer has been tracing for a long time now, where originally that was something that felt like it was sprung, fully-formed from the forehead of some God known as one of the hyperscalers, but now is available to basically everyone, in theory.In practice, it seems that instrumenting applications still one of the hardest parts of all of this. I tried hooking up one of my own applications to be observed via OTEL, the open telemetry project, and it turns out that right now, OTEL and AWS Lambda have an intersection point that makes everything extremely difficult to work with. It's not there yet; it's not baked yet. And someday, I hope that changes because I would love to interchangeably just throw metrics and traces and logs to all the different observability tools and see which ones work, which ones don't, but that still feels very far away from current state of the art.Richard: Before we go there, maybe one thing which I don't fully agree with. You said that previously, you were told if a service up or down, that's the thing which you cared about, and I don't think that's what people actually cared about. At that time, also, what they fundamentally cared about: is the user-facing service up, or down, or impacted? Is it slow? Does it return errors every X percent for requests, something like this?Corey: Is the site up? And—you're right, I was hand-waving over a whole bunch of things. It was, “Okay. First, the web server is returning a page, yes or no? Great. Can I ping the server?” Okay, well, there are ways of server can crash and still leave enough of the TCP/IP stack up or it can respond to pings and do little else.And then you start adding things to it. But the Nagios thing that I always wanted to add—and had to—was, is the disk full? And that was annoying. And, on some level, like, why should I care in the modern era how much stuff is on the disk because storage is cheap and free and plentiful? The problem is, after the third outage in a month because the disk filled up, you start to not have a good answer for well, why aren't you monitoring whether the disk is full?And that was the contributors to taking down the server. When the website broke, there were what felt like a relatively small number of reasonably well-understood contributors to that at small to midsize applications, which is what I'm talking about, the only things that people would let me touch. I wasn't running hyperscale stuff where you have a fleet of 10,000 web servers and, “Is the server up?” Yeah, in that scenario, no one cares. But when we're talking about the database server and the two application servers and the four web servers talking to them, you think about it more in terms of pets than you do cattle.Richard: Yes, absolutely. Yet, I think that was a mistake back then, and I tried to do it differently, as a specific example with the disk. And I'm absolutely agreeing that previous generation tools limit you in how you can actually work with your data. In particular, once you're with metrics where you can do actual math on the data, it doesn't matter if the disk is almost full. It matters if that disk is going to be full within X amount of time.If that disk is 98% full and it sits there at 98% for ten years and provides the service, no one cares. The thing is, will it actually run out in the next two hours, in the next five hours, what have you. Depending on this, is this currently or imminently a customer-impacting or user-impacting then yes, alert on it, raise hell, wake people, make them fix it, as opposed to this thing can be dealt with during business hours on the next workday. And you don't have to wake anyone up.Corey: Yeah. The big filer with massive amounts of storage has crossed the 70% line. Okay, now it's time to start thinking about that, what do you want to do? Maybe it's time to order another shelf of discs for it, which is going to take some time. That's a radically different scenario than the 20 gigabyte root volume on your server just started filling up dramatically; the rate of change is such that'll be full in 20 minutes.Yeah, one of those is something you want to wake people up for. Generally speaking, you don't want to wake people up for what is fundamentally a longer-term strategic business problem. That can be sorted out in the light of day versus, “[laugh] we're not going to be making money in two hours, so if I don't wake up and fix this now.” That's the kind of thing you generally want to be woken up for. Well, let's be honest, you don't want that to happen at all, but if it does happen, you kind of want to know in advance rather than after the fact.Richard: You're literally describing linear predict from Prometheus, which is precisely for this, where I can look back over X amount of time and make a linear prediction because everything else breaks down at scale, blah, blah, blah, to detail. But the thing is, I can draw a line with my pencil by hand on my data and I can predict when is this thing going to it. Which is obviously precisely correct if I have a TLS certificate. It's a little bit more hand-wavy when it's a disk. But still, you can look into the future and you say, “What will be happening if current trends for the last X amount of time continue in Y amount of time.” And that's precisely a thing where you get this more powerful ability of doing math with your data.Corey: See, when you say it like that, it sounds like it actually is a whole term of art, where you're focusing on an in-depth field, where salaries are astronomical. Whereas the tools that I had to talk about this stuff back in the day made me sound like, effectively, the sysadmin that I was grunting and pointing: “This is gonna fill up.” And that is how I thought about it. And this is the challenge where it's easy to think about these things in narrow, defined contexts like that, but at scale, things break.Like the idea of anomaly detection. Well, okay, great if normally, the CPU and these things are super bored and suddenly it gets really busy, that's atypical. Maybe we should look into it, assuming that it has a challenge. The problem is, that is a lot harder than it sounds because there are so many factors that factor into it. And as soon as you have something, quote-unquote, “Intelligent,” making decisions on this, it doesn't take too many false positives before you start ignoring everything it has to say, and missing legitimate things. It's this weird and obnoxious conflation of both hard technical problems and human psychology.Richard: And the breaking up of old service boundaries. Of course, when you say microservices, and such, fundamentally, functionally a microservice or nanoservice, picoservice—but the pendulum is already swinging back to larger units of complexity—but it fundamentally does not make any difference if I have a monolith on some mainframe or if I have a bunch of microservices. Yes, I can scale differently, I can scale horizontally a lot more easily, vertically, it's a little bit harder, blah, blah, blah, but fundamentally, the logic and the complexity, which is being packaged is fundamentally the same. More users, everything, but it is fundamentally the same. What's happening again, and again, is I'm breaking up those old boundaries, which means the old tools which have assumptions built in about certain aspects of how I can actually get an overview of a system just start breaking down, when my complexity unit or my service or what have I, is usually congruent with a physical piece, of hardware or several services are congruent with that piece of hardware, it absolutely makes sense to think about things in terms of this one physical server. The fact that you have different considerations in cloud, and microservices, and blah, blah, blah, is not inherently that it is more complex.On the contrary, it is fundamentally the same thing. It scales with users' everything, but it is fundamentally the same thing, but I have different boundaries of where I put interfaces onto my complexity, which basically allow me to hide all of this complexity from the downstream users.Corey: That's part of the challenge that I think we're grappling with across this entire industry from start to finish. Where we originally looked at these things and could reason about it because it's the computer and I know how those things work. Well, kind of, but okay, sure. But then we start layering levels of complexity on top of layers of complexity on top of layers of complexity, and suddenly, when things stop working the way that we expect, it can be very challenging to unpack and understand why. One of the ways I got into this whole space was understanding, to some degree, of how system calls work, of how the kernel wound up interacting with userspace, about how Linux systems worked from start to finish. And these days, that isn't particularly necessary most of the time for the care and feeding of applications.The challenge is when things start breaking, suddenly having that in my back pocket to pull out could be extremely handy. But I don't think it's nearly as central as it once was and I don't know that I would necessarily advise someone new to this space to spend a few years as a systems person, digging into a lot of those aspects. And this is why you need to know what inodes are and how they work. Not really, not anymore. It's not front and center the way that it once was, in most environments, at least in the world that I live in. Agree? Disagree?Richard: Agreed. But it's very much unsurprising. You probably can't tell me how to precisely grow sugar cane or corn, you can't tell me how to refine the sugar out of it, but you can absolutely bake a cake. But you will not be able to tell me even a third of—and I'm—for the record, I'm also not able to tell you even a third about the supply chain which just goes from I have a field and some seeds and I need to have a package of refined sugar—you're absolutely enabled to do any of this. The thing is, you've been part of the previous generation of infrastructure where you know how this underlying infrastructure works, so you have more ability to reason about this, but it's not needed for cloud services nearly as much.You need different types of skill sets, but that doesn't mean the old skill set is completely useless, at least not as of right now. It's much more a case of you need fewer of those people and you need them in different places because those things have become infrastructure. Which is basically the cloud play, where a lot of this is just becoming infrastructure more and more.Corey: Oh, yeah. Back then I distinctly remember my elders looking down their noses at me because I didn't know assembly, and how could I possibly consider myself a competent systems admin if I didn't at least have a working knowledge of assembly? Or at least C, which I, over time, learned enough about to know that I didn't want to be a C programmer. And you're right, this is the value of cloud and going back to those days getting a web server up and running just to compile Apache's httpd took a week and an in-depth knowledge of GCC flags.And then in time, oh, great. We're going to have rpm or debs. Great, okay, then in time, you have apt, if you're in the dev land because I know you are a Debian developer, but over in Red Hat land, we had yum and other tools. And then in time, it became oh, we can just use something like Puppet or Chef to wind up ensuring that thing is installed. And then oh, just docker run. And now it's a checkbox in a web console for S3.These things get easier with time and step by step by step we're standing on the shoulders of giants. Even in the last ten years of my career, I used to have a great challenge question that I would interview people with of, “Do you know what TinyURL is? It takes a short URL and then expands it to a longer one. Great, on the whiteboard, tell me how you would implement that.” And you could go up one side and down the other, and then you could add constraints, multiple data centers, now one goes offline, how do you not lose data? Et cetera, et cetera.But these days, there are so many ways to do that using cloud services that it almost becomes trivial. It's okay, multiple data centers, API Gateway, a Lambda, and a global DynamoDB table. Now, what? “Well, now it gets slow. Why is it getting slow?”“Well, in that scenario, probably because of something underlying the cloud provider.” “And so now, you lose an entire AWS region. How do you handle that?” “Seems to me when that happens, the entire internet's kind of broken. Do people really need longer URLs?”And that is a valid answer, in many cases. The question doesn't really work without a whole bunch of additional constraints that make it sound fake. And that's not a weakness. That is the fact that computers and cloud services have never been as accessible as they are now. And that's a win for everyone.Richard: There's one aspect of accessibility which is actually decreasing—or two. A, you need to pay for them on an ongoing basis. And B, you need an internet connection which is suitably fast, low latency, what have you. And those are things which actually do make things harder for a variety of reasons. If I look at our back-end systems—as in Grafana—all of them have single binary modes where you literally compile everything into a single binary and you can run it on your laptop because if you're stuck on a plane, you can't do any work on it. That kind of is not the best of situations.And if you have a huge CI/CD pipeline, everything in this cloud and fine and dandy, but your internet breaks. Yeah, so I do agree that it is becoming generally more accessible. I disagree that it is becoming more accessible along all possible axes.Corey: I would agree. There is a silver lining to that as well, where yes, they are fraught and dangerous and I would preface this with a whole bunch of warnings, but from a cost perspective, all of the cloud providers do have a free tier offering where you can kick the tires on a lot of these things in return for no money. Surprisingly, the best one of those is Oracle Cloud where they have an unlimited free tier, use whatever you want in this subset of services, and you will never be charged a dime. As opposed to the AWS model of free tier where well, okay, it suddenly got very popular or you misconfigured something, and surprise, you now owe us enough money to buy Belize. That doesn't usually lead to a great customer experience.But you're right, you can't get away from needing an internet connection of at least some level of stability and throughput in order for a lot of these things to work. The stuff you would do locally on a Raspberry Pi, for example, if your budget constrained and want to get something out here, or your laptop. Great, that's not going to work in the same way as a full-on cloud service will.Richard: It's not free unless you have hard guarantees that you're not going to ever pay anything. It's fine to send warning, it's fine to switch the thing off, it's fine to have you hit random hard and soft quotas. It is not a free service if you can't guarantee that it is free.Corey: I agree with you. I think that there needs to be a free offering where, “Well, okay, you want us to suddenly stop serving traffic to the world?” “Yes. When the alternative is you have to start charging me through the nose, yes I want you to stop serving traffic.” That is definitionally what it says on the tin.And as an independent learner, that is what I want. Conversely, if I'm an enterprise, yeah, I don't care about money; we're running our Superbowl ad right now, so whatever you do, don't stop serving traffic. Charge us all the money. And there's been a lot of hand wringing about, well, how do we figure out which direction to go in? And it's, have you considered asking the customer?So, on a scale of one to bank, how serious is this account going to be [laugh]? Like, what are your big concerns: never charge me or never go down? Because we can build for either of those. Just let's make sure that all of those expectations are aligned. Because if you guess you're going to get it wrong and then no one's going to like you.Richard: I would argue this. All those services from all cloud providers actually build to address both of those. It's a deliberate choice not to offer certain aspects.Corey: Absolutely. When I talk to AWS, like, “Yeah, but there is an eventual consistency challenge in the billing system where it takes”—as anyone who's looked at the billing system can see—“Multiple days, sometimes for usage data to show up. So, how would we be able to stop things if the usage starts climbing?” To which my relatively direct responses, that sounds like a huge problem. I don't know how you'd fix that, but I do know that if suddenly you decide, as a matter of policy, to okay, if you're in the free tier, we will not charge you, or even we will not charge you more than $20 a month.So, you build yourself some headroom, great. And anything that people are able to spin up, well, you're just going to have to eat the cost as a provider. I somehow suspect that would get fixed super quickly if that were the constraint. The fact that it isn't is a conscious choice.Richard: Absolutely.Corey: And the reason I'm so passionate about this, about the free space, is not because I want to get a bunch of things for free. I assure you I do not. I mean, I spend my life fixing AWS bills and looking at AWS pricing, and my argument is very rarely, “It's too expensive.” It's that the billing dimension is hard to predict or doesn't align with a customer's experience or prices a service out of a bunch of use cases where it'll be great. But very rarely do I just sit here shaking my fist and saying, “It costs too much.”The problem is when you scare the living crap out of a student with a surprise bill that's more than their entire college tuition, even if you waive it a week or so later, do you think they're ever going to be as excited as they once were to go and use cloud services and build things for themselves and see what's possible? I mean, you and I met on IRC 20 years ago because back in those days, the failure mode and the risk financially was extremely low. It's yeah, the biggest concern that I had back then when I was doing some of my Linux experimentation is if I typed the wrong thing, I'm going to break my laptop. And yeah, that happened once or twice, and I've learned not to make those same kinds of mistakes, or put guardrails in so the blast radius was smaller, or use a remote system instead. Yeah, someone else's computer that I can destroy. Wonderful. But that was on we live and we learn as we were coming up. There was never an opportunity for us, to my understanding, to wind up accidentally running up an $8 million charge.Richard: Absolutely. And psychological safety is one of the most important things in what most people do. We are social animals. Without this psychological safety, you're not going to have long-term, self-sustaining groups. You will not make someone really excited about it. There's two basic ways to sell: trust or force. Those are the two ones. There's none else.Corey: Managing shards. Maintenance windows. Overprovisioning. ElastiCache bills. I know, I know. It's a spooky season and you're already shaking. It's time for caching to be simpler. Momento Serverless Cache lets you forget the backend to focus on good code and great user experiences. With true autoscaling and a pay-per-use pricing model, it makes caching easy. No matter your cloud provider, get going for free at gomemento.co/screaming That's GO M-O-M-E-N-T-O dot co slash screamingCorey: Yeah. And it also looks ridiculous. I was talking to someone somewhat recently who's used to spending four bucks a month on their AWS bill for some S3 stuff. Great. Good for them. That's awesome. Their credentials got compromised. Yes, that is on them to some extent. Okay, great.But now after six days, they were told that they owed $360,000 to AWS. And I don't know how, as a cloud company, you can sit there and ask a student to do that. That is not a realistic thing. They are what is known, in the United States at least, in the world of civil litigation as quote-unquote, “Judgment proof,” which means, great, you could wind up finding that someone owes you $20 billion. Most of the time, they don't have that, so you're not able to recoup it. Yeah, the judgment feels good, but you're never going to see it.That's the problem with something like that. It's yeah, I would declare bankruptcy long before, as a student, I wound up paying that kind of money. And I don't hear any stories about them releasing the collection agency hounds against people in that scenario. But I couldn't guarantee that. I would never urge someone to ignore that bill and see what happens.And it's such an off-putting thing that, from my perspective, is beneath of the company. And let's be clear, I see this behavior at times on Google Cloud, and I see it on Azure as well. This is not something that is unique to AWS, but they are the 800-pound gorilla in the space, and that's important. Or as I just to mention right now, like, as I—because I was about to give you crap for this, too, but if I go to grafana.com, it says, and I quote, “Play around with the Grafana Stack. Experience Grafana for yourself, no registration or installation needed.”Good. I was about to yell at you if it's, “Oh, just give us your credit card and go ahead and start spinning things up and we won't charge you. Honest.” Even your free account does not require a credit card; you're doing it right. That tells me that I'm not going to get a giant surprise bill.Richard: You have no idea how much thought and work went into our free offering. There was a lot of math involved.Corey: None of this is easy, I want to be very clear on that. Pricing is one of the hardest things to get right, especially in cloud. And it also, when you get it right, it doesn't look like it was that hard for you to do. But I fix [sigh] I people's AWS bills for a living and still, five or six years in, one of the hardest things I still wrestle with is pricing engagements. It's incredibly nuanced, incredibly challenging, and at least for services in the cloud space where you're doing usage-based billing, that becomes a problem.But glancing at your pricing page, you do hit the two things that are incredibly important to me. The first one is use something for free. As an added bonus, you can use it forever. And I can get started with it right now. Great, when I go and look at your pricing page or I want to use your product and it tells me to ‘click here to contact us.' That tells me it's an enterprise sales cycle, it's got to be really expensive, and I'm not solving my problem tonight.Whereas the other side of it, the enterprise offering needs to be ‘contact us' and you do that, that speaks to the enterprise procurement people who don't know how to sign a check that doesn't have to commas in it, and they want to have custom terms and all the rest, and they're prepared to pay for that. If you don't have that, you look to small-time. When it doesn't matter what price you put on it, you wind up offering your enterprise tier at some large number, it's yeah, for some companies, that's a small number. You don't necessarily want to back yourself in, depending upon what the specific needs are. You've gotten that right.Every common criticism that I have about pricing, you folks have gotten right. And I definitely can pick up on your fingerprints on a lot of this. Because it sounds like a weird thing to say of, “Well, he's the Director of Community, why would he weigh in on pricing?” It's, “I don't think you understand what community is when you ask that question.”Richard: Yes, I fully agree. It's super important to get pricing right, or to get many things right. And usually the things which just feel naturally correct are the ones which took the most effort and the most time and everything. And yes, at least from the—like, I was in those conversations or part of them, and the one thing which was always clear is when we say it's free, it must be free. When we say it is forever free, it must be forever free. No games, no lies, do what you say and say what you do. Basically.We have things where initially you get certain pro features and you can keep paying and you can keep using them, or after X amount of time they go away. Things like these are built in because that's what people want. They want to play around with the whole thing and see, hey, is this actually providing me value? Do I want to pay for this feature which is nice or this and that plugin or what have you? And yeah, you're also absolutely right that once you leave these constraints of basically self-serve cloud, you are talking about bespoke deals, but you're also talking about okay, let's sit down, let's actually understand what your business is: what are your business problems? What are you going to solve today? What are you trying to solve tomorrow?Let us find a way of actually supporting you and invest into a mutual partnership and not just grab the money and run. We have extremely low churn for, I would say, pretty good reasons. Because this thing about our users, our customers being successful, we do take it extremely seriously.Corey: It's one of those areas that I just can't shake the feeling is underappreciated industry-wide. And the reason I say that this is your fingerprints on it is because if this had been wrong, you have a lot of… we'll call them idiosyncrasies, where there are certain things you absolutely will not stand for, and misleading people and tricking them into paying money is high on that list. One of the reasons we're friends. So yeah, but I say I see your fingerprints on this, it's yeah, if this hadn't been worked out the way that it is, you would not still be there. One other thing that I wanted to call out about, well, I guess it's a confluence of pricing and logging in the rest, I look at your free tier, and it offers up to 50 gigabytes of ingest a month.And it's easy for me to sit here and compare that to other services, other tools, and other logging stories, and then I have to stop and think for a minute that yeah, discs have gotten way bigger, and internet connections have gotten way faster, and even the logs have gotten way wordier. I still am not sure that most people can really contextualize just how much logging fits into 50 gigs of data. Do you have any, I guess, ballpark examples of what that looks like? Because it's been long enough since I've been playing in these waters that I can't really contextualize it anymore.Richard: Lord of the Rings is roughly five megabytes. It's actually less. So, we're talking literally 10,000 Lord of the Rings, which you can just shove in us and we're just storing this for you. Which also tells you that you're not going to be reading any of this. Or some of it, yes, but not all of it. You need better tooling and you need proper tooling.And some of this is more modern. Some of this is where we actually pushed the state of the art. But I'm also biased. But I, for myself, do claim that we did push the state of the art here. But at the same time you come back to those absolute fundamentals of how humans deal with data.If you look back basically as far as we have writing—literally 6000 years ago, is the oldest writing—humans have always dealt with information with the state of the world in very specific ways. A, is it important enough to even write it down, to even persist it in whatever persistence mechanisms I have at my disposal? If yes, write a detailed account or record a detailed account of whatever the thing is. But it turns out, this is expensive and it's not what you need. So, over time, you optimize towards only taking down key events and only noting key events. Maybe with their interconnections, but fundamentally, the key events.As your data grows, as you have more stuff, as this still is important to your business and keeps being more important to—or doesn't even need to be a business; can be social, can be whatever—whatever thing it is, it becomes expensive, again, to retain all of those key events. So, you turn them into numbers and you can do actual math on them. And that's this path which you've seen again, and again, and again, and again, throughout humanity's history. Literally, as long as we have written records, this has played out again, and again, and again, and again, for every single field which humans actually cared about. At different times, like, power networks are way ahead of this, but fundamentally power networks work on metrics, but for transient load spike, and everything, they have logs built into their power measurement devices, but those are only far in between. Of course, the main thing is just metrics, time-series. And you see this again, and again.You also were sysadmin in internet-related all switches have been metrics-based or metrics-first for basically forever, for 20, 30 years. But that stands to reason. Of course the internet is running at by roughly 20 years scale-wise in front of the cloud because obviously you need the internet because as you wouldn't be having a cloud. So, all of those growing pains why metrics are all of a sudden the thing, “Or have been for a few years now,” is basically, of course, people who were writing software, providing their own software services, hit the scaling limitations which you hit for Internet service providers two decades, three decades ago. But fundamentally, you have this complete system. Basically profiles or distributed tracing depending on how you view distributed tracing.You can also argue that distributed tracing is key events which are linked to each other. Logs sit firmly in the key event thing and then you turn this into numbers and that is metrics. And that's basically it. You have extremes at the and where you can have valid, depending on your circumstances, engineering trade-offs of where you invest the most, but fundamentally, that is why those always appear again in humanity's dealing with data, and observability is no different.Corey: I take a look at last month's AWS bill. Mine is pretty well optimized. It's a bit over 500 bucks. And right around 150 of that is various forms of logging and detecting change in the environment. And on the one hand, I sit here, and I think, “Oh, I should optimize that,” because the value of those logs to me is zero.Except that whenever I have to go in and diagnose something or respond to an incident or have some forensic exploration, they then are worth an awful lot. And I am prepared to pay 150 bucks a month for that because the potential value of having that when the time comes is going to be extraordinarily useful. And it basically just feels like a tax on top of what it is that I'm doing. The same thing happens with application observability where, yeah, when you just want the big substantial stuff, yeah, until you're trying to diagnose something. But in some cases, yeah, okay, then crank up the verbosity and then look for it.But if you're trying to figure it out after an event that isn't likely or hopefully won't recur, you're going to wish that you spent a little bit more on collecting data out of it. You're always going to be wrong, you're always going to be unhappy, on some level.Richard: Ish. You could absolutely be optimizing this. I mean, for $500, it's probably not worth your time unless you take it as an exercise, but outside of due diligence where you need specific logs tied to—or specific events tied to specific times, I would argue that a lot of the problems with logs is just dealing with it wrong. You have this one extreme of full-text indexing everything, and you have this other extreme of a data lake—which is just a euphemism of never looking at the data again—to keep storage vendors happy. There is an in between.Again, I'm biased, but like for example, with Loki, you have those same label sets as you have on your metrics with Prometheus, and you have literally the same, which means you only index that part and you only extract on ingestion time. If you don't have structured logs yet, only put the metadata about whatever you care about extracted and put it into your label set and store this, and that's the only thing you index. But it goes further than just this. You can also turn those logs into metrics.And to me this is a path of optimization. Where previously I logged this and that error. Okay, fine, but it's just a log line telling me it's HTTP 500. No one cares that this is at this precise time. Log levels are also basically an anti-pattern because they're just trying to deal with the amount of data which I have, and try and get a handle on this on that level whereas it would be much easier if I just counted every time I have an HTTP 500, I just up my counter by one. And again, and again, and again.And all of a sudden, I have literally—and I did the math on this—over 99.8% of the data which I have to store just goes away. It's just magic the way—and we're only talking about the first time I'm hitting this logline. The second time I'm hitting this logline is functionally free if I turn this into metrics. It becomes cheap enough that one of the mantras which I have, if you need to onboard your developers on modern observability, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, the whole bells and whistles, usually people have logs, like that's what they have, unless they were from ISPs or power companies, or so; there they usually start with metrics.But most users, which I see both with my Grafana and with my Prometheus [unintelligible 00:38:46] tend to start with logs. They have issues with those logs because they're basically unstructured and useless and you need to first make them useful to some extent. But then you can leverage on this and instead of having a debug statement, just put a counter. Every single time you think, “Hey, maybe I should put a debug statement,” just put a counter instead. In two months time, see if it was worth it or if you delete that line and just remove that counter.It's so much cheaper, you can just throw this on and just have it run for a week or a month or whatever timeframe and done. But it goes beyond this because all of a sudden, if I can turn my logs into metrics properly, I can start rewriting my alerts on those metrics. I can actually persist those metrics and can more aggressively throw my logs away. But also, I have this transition made a lot easier where I don't have this huge lift, where this day in three months is to be cut over and we're going to release the new version of this and that software and it's not going to have that, it's going to have 80% less logs and everything will be great and then you missed the first maintenance window or someone is ill or what have you, and then the next Big Friday is coming so you can't actually deploy there. I mean Black Friday. But we can also talk about deploying on Fridays.But the thing is, you have this huge thing, whereas if you have this as a continuous improvement process, I can just look at, this is the log which is coming out. I turn this into a number, I start emitting metrics directly, and I see that those numbers match. And so, I can just start—I build new stuff, I put it into a new data format, I actually emit the new data format directly from my code instrumentation, and only then do I start removing the instrumentation for the logs. And that allows me to, with full confidence, with psychological safety, just move a lot more quickly, deliver much more quickly, and also cut down on my costs more quickly because I'm just using more efficient data types.Corey: I really want to thank you for spending as much time as you have. If people want to learn more about how you view the world and figure out what other personal attacks they can throw your way, where's the best place for them to find you?Richard: Personal attacks, probably Twitter. It's, like, the go-to place for this kind of thing. For actually tracking, I stopped maintaining my own website. Maybe I'll do again, but if you go on github.com/ritchieh/talks, you'll find a reasonably up-to-date list of all the talks, interviews, presentations, panels, what have you, which I did over the last whatever amount of time. [laugh].Corey: And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:41:23]. Thanks again for your time. It's always appreciated.Richard: And thank you.Corey: Richard Hartmann, Director of Community at Grafana Labs. 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. And then when someone else comes along with an insulting comment they want to add, we'll just increment the counter by one.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.

The Jefferson Exchange
End of the World' in a puppet show

The Jefferson Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 17:26


Josh Gross's Puppeteers for Fears latest show is The Cabaret at the End of the World, opening in Southern Oregon Oct. 19th.

Fringe Radio Network
WEF's Puppet Politicians Control Whitehouse and Parliaments with Leo Hohmann - A Minute To Midnite

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 37:40


Episode 415 of the A Minute To Midnite Show. Tony is joined by Leo Hohmann. Within 72 hours last week, these two puppets, Biden and Trump, had mutually declared each other to be enemies of the state. This is a first in American history. Never before have the nation's two leading political figures declared each other to be not just wrong, but criminally culpable enemy combatants.

KZMU News
Monday October 17, 2022

KZMU News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 9:44


Moab had a very special visit by theater troupe Bread and Puppet this weekend. They rolled into town in a painted school bus for their 30th stop on a three-and-a-half month tour across the country. Plus, a Navajo seedkeeper is preserving and sharing the foods of his ancestors with customers online. And we have a preview of this week's Grand County Commission meeting. // Show Notes: // Photo: Bread and Puppet was started by legendary artist Peter Schumann during the 60s counterculture movement in New York's Lower East Side. The name comes from Schumann's attitude that theater is as necessary as bread. KZMU // Bread and Puppet Theater https://breadandpuppet.org/ // KSUT: A Navajo seedkeeper shares his ancestors' food with the world https://www.ksut.org/2022-10-14/a-navajo-seedkeeper-shares-his-ancestors-food-with-the-world // Grand County Commission agenda https://www.grandcountyutah.net/134/County-Commission // Moab Sun News https://moabsunnews.com/

The Oasis Church
The Puppets Will No Longer Dance | Tim Sheets

The Oasis Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 47:37


Recorded live on 10/16/22. Tim Sheets | Senior Pastor, Apostle, Author The Oasis Church, Middletown Ohio Find out more: https://oasiswired.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/oasiswired/support

Under The Puppet
76.5 - Puppeteers React to Feed Me from Little Shop of Horrors featuring Drew Massey - Under the Puppet

Under The Puppet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 14:26


http://www.UnderThePuppet.com - I've asked some of my favorite puppeteers to bring in their favorite pieces of puppetry for us to look at these popular scenes from a puppeteer's point of view! This week my guest is Drew Massey and we watch Feed Me from the 1986 film Little Shop of Horrors directed by Frank Oz. This episode's clip if you want to watch along: https://youtu.be/KNHrzZUascE #puppets #puppetry #puppeteers  CONNECT WITH THE SHOW http://www.instagram.com/underthepuppet http://www.twitter.com/underthepuppet CONNECT WITH GRANT http://www.MrGrant.com http://www.twitter.com/toasterboy https://instagram.com/throwingtoasters/ Art by Parker Jacobs Music by Dan Ring Edited by Stephen Staver Help us make more shows like this one.  Become a patron of Saturday Morning Media and get cool rewards!  Visit www.patreon.com/saturdaymorningmedia for info! ©2022 Saturday Morning Media - http://www.saturdaymorningmedia.com

The Secret Teachings
The Secret Teachings 10/13/22 - Caught in the Pot

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 120:01


Those controlling information, control perception, and thus behavior. We've known since 2011 that U.S. Central Command (Centcom) has employed “sock puppets” online to spread disinformation and create chaos. Ten accounts could be controlled by a single person. The 77th Brigade in the UK and Israel's Unit 8200 serve the same purpose, as does the U.S. Army's 4th Psychological Operations Group. Within a few years silicon valley began employing ai-bots and directly censoring content in opposition to their political views. Around 2018 we learned that Google was even building a secret censorship-search-engine called Dragonfly for the Communist Party of China. Within just a few years of this announcement popular apps like TikTok, owned by Chinese Bytedance, became algorithmically programmed to show Chinese users family, math, art, etc., while Americans see porn, violence, and stupidity. These apps are also causing nervous tics, emotional instability, and Tourette's. This is cultivating what former KGB operative Yuri Bezmenov described as a process of demoralization, destabilization, crisis, and normalization. Beyond China's Thousand Talents program and their infamous intellectual property theft, we are now learning of “police service stations” operating in Europe, Canada, and the United States. New York City has one. From these centers a hostile foreign government is harassing, intimidating, and threatening Chinese nationals while spreading ruthless propaganda. They work to suppress dissidents, direct politics internationally, gather intelligence, transfer technology, and gather up mass amounts of information on their non-Chinese enemies. It seems that Pooh Bear has been caught with his hand in the pot.

The Tara Show
The Tara Show 10-11 Hour 1, Nothing Put A Puppet

The Tara Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 33:54


Tara returns as she talks to Lee about what she was doing yesterday and how she spoke with a judge. He also referred to our government as a Republic, which could trigger a Liberal. Tara talks about how Zelensky is a U.S. puppet.

Fringe Radio Network
Aa Mental Illness

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 39:26


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Nostalgia Trap
Gender Trap - Ep 9 : Marilyn Monroe, Trauma Puppet (PREVIEW)

Nostalgia Trap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 3:23


This week Yasmin and I endure Andrew Dominik's much over-hyped Netflix #content Blonde, a fictional passion play “about” Marilyn Monroe, based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates. Our reactions are analytical and emotional, and we work out the intense feelings about celebrity, power, and gender brought up by the film's often absurd provocations. And by the way, what are the gender dynamics at work here? Is this Andrea Dworkin sex-negative feminism disguised as arthouse shock therapy, or a brilliant, radical take on fame and desire? One thing we can agree on: Marilyn deserves better.  Listen to the whole episode 

The Tara Show
A Puppet For The U.S.

The Tara Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:32


Tara talks about how Zelensky is a U.S. puppet.

Think Out Loud
From “Coraline” to “Pinocchio,” Georgina Hayns reflects on the joy of bringing puppets to life on the big screen

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 26:40


In a career spanning more than three decades, Georgina Hayns has been making puppets that have been brought to life through the art of stop-motion animation on TV shows and feature films like “Bob the Builder” and Tim Burton's “Corpse Bride.” But instead of relying on computers to do the animating, the characters in stop-motion animation are made by hand from materials like clay, latex and silicone. They are then animated by being positioned on sets and moved in tiny increments, with each movement recorded frame by frame. Today, Hayns is the director of character fabrication at ShadowMachine, a stop-motion animation studio in Portland. She recently led a team of artists who made 200 puppets for a new animated version of “Pinocchio” by Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro scheduled for release next month. She joins us to talk about working on the film, the opportunity that led her to leave her native England for Portland and the enduring appeal of an avowedly analog style of filmmaking. Say on-air: Guillermo del Toro's “Pinocchio” will be released in theaters in November and be available for streaming on Netflix in December

Canary Cry News Talk
PUPPET PUNDIT PIVOT

Canary Cry News Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 176:08


Canary Cry News Talk #541 - 09.30.2022 - Recorded Live to Tape PUPPET PUNDIT PIVOT - Nephilim Science, Recession Lies, Media Op on Russia A Podcast that Deconstructs Mainstream Media News from a Biblical Worldview. Harvard: Index of MSM Ownership (Harvard.edu)   SHOW NOTES HELLO CLIMATE CHANGE Storm makes second landfall, now in South Carolina, as death toll in Florida grows (NBC News)   WACCINE University of Washington Vaccinates with Mosquitos (Daily Wire) (NPR/KPBS) Outcome: Revelation 9   DAY JINGLE/PERSONAL/EXEC.   FLIPPY Horrifying: Robots may have just gained a creepy new skill (Inverse)    SPACE US Space Force gets its 2nd-ever chief (Space.com)   RUSSIA Russia AND/OR U.S. Warships in area of Pipeline explosion (Newsweek)   PARTY TIME BREAK 1: TREASURE   COVID/WACCINE Ask Damon: Should I get my Anti-vax friends' baby Vax'd without telling them? (WaPo)  Flu Season Us Coming. mRNA Flu Shots Aren't Far Behind (Time)   MONEY 7 Reasons a Recession is Good for you (Wapo)  → Fox Torches Wapo (Fox)   Basil's Better Analysis Below Millennials will never buy a home (insider)  → Bring down demand for homes Savings at an all time low (economist) Government Bonds (talkmarkets) No money for Vacation Workers making less than ever(NYP) Self Debunk Biden rolls back student loan forgiveness (Politico) BREAK 3: TALENT → Speakpipe → BREAK 3: TALENT   NEPHILIM UPDATE 20 Bizarre Stories from the Bible  (LIVE SCIENCE)   BREAK 4: TIME END   This Episode was Produced By: EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS The Sentinel* Dame Lynne Lady of the Lakes**   Producers Paul G, Allana S, Lady Knight Little Wing, Julie S, Christian N, Malik W, SIR MORV Knight of the Burning Chariots, G, Sir LX Protocol V2 Knight of the Berrean Protocol, Gail M, Veronica D, Darrin S, Runksmash, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Sir Casey the Shield Knight   Visual Art Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia Mark A   CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon   TIMESTAPERS Jackie U, Jade Bouncerson, Christine C, Pocojoyo, Joelle S   SOCIAL MEDIA DOERS Dame MissG of the OV and Deep Rivers   LINKS HELP JAM   MICROFICTION Runksmash - Stacy, bruised and bloodied by the raptor like emus, climbs through the window; in the other room she hears a familiar voice reading an article about an OSU professor stealing a box of ancient Anatolian statue eyeballs, his rant is the perfect cover.   The Sentinel - Three dark figures lean into the sandstorm and continue marching forward. Their torches flicker weakly in the darkness. “We must push forward!” The lead figure yells. “The druids wait for no one!”   ADDITIONAL STORIES Dr. Fauci and wife's wealth ‘skyrocketed' by $5 million during pandemic: analysis (NY Post)  Anthony Fauci's Net Worth Increased Over 70% to $12.7M Since The COVID Pandemic, Report Says. (National Pulse)  BREAKING: Fauci's Net Worth Soared To $12.6+ Million During Pandemic – Up $5 Million (2019-2021) (Open the Books)  The Best Way To Save The Constitution From Donald Trump Is To Rewrite It (Politico)  → Politico Owner Asked Execs to Pray for Trump's Reelection: Report (Rolling Stone)  Video: Biden Advisor Declares MAGA Conservatives Want To ‘Destroy' America (Summit News)  FBI seized almost 200,000 pages of documents from Trump at Mar-a-Lago, his lawyers say in new court filing (CNBC)  Durham Prosecutes FBI Informants, While Protecting Their Handlers (Real Clear Investigations)  FIRST READING: Why Beijing is allegedly opening police stations on Canadian soil (Nat'l Post) China has opened overseas police stations in US Canada to monitor Chinese citizens (Fox News)  Putin says Russia has 'four new regions' as he announces annexation of Ukrainian territory (Reuters) (Archive)  Ninth Russian executive killed in mysterious circumstances since Ukraine invasion (News AU)  Biden rolls back student loan forgiveness (Politico) Clip: Biden's bizarre 'Where's Jackie?' cause for alarm, R's say: 'Diminished capacity' (Fox News)  → ‘Where's Jackie?' Biden's latest gaffe ignored on-air by CNN, MSNBC, CBS, NBC (Fox News)  → ‘She was 12, I was 30': Biden leaves viewers stunned in teachers speech (NY Post)  The Best Way To Save The Constitution From Donald Trump Is To Rewrite It (Politico)  Bill Gates Hesitant To donate to Climate Change: 'Innovation Is Not Just A Check-Writing Process' (HuffPo) Liquid robot can split into tiny droplets and reform into a blob (NewScientist) April 4, 2016 - Black Goo Theory of Everything Video, archived (Odysee) April 6, 2016 - Black Goo video description (Phaser) ‘Proximity Sensors', Humans and Robots Can Work Side-by-Side (Japan Forward) Nikolas Cruz, skinned lizards alive aged four in chilling video shown at Parkland trial (Indy UK) Ancient armored 'worm' is the Cambrian ancestor to three major animal groups (Live Science)