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Stephanomics
'Wake Up!' Global Elites Confront a World Full of Risks at Davos

Stephanomics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 31:23


“My fear is that we are sleepwalking into this world. But hey, here is Davos! Wake up! Do the right thing!” That's the rallying cry of Kristalina Georgieva, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, imploring the global elite at this week's World Economic Forum to be vigilant as an almost unrivaled list of perils weighs on the world's leaders. Recession looks set to sweep across the globe, nations are leaning more heavily on coal amid tight energy supplies and the cost of servicing debt is soaring. Getting things wrong, Georgieva says, means dragging the “world into a place where we'll be all poorer and we would be less secure.” In this week's episode of the Stephanomics podcast, host Stephanie Flanders chats with a star-studded list of international economists, finance ministers and corporate chieftains from Davos, Switzerland. Gita Gopinath, first deputy managing director of the IMF, explains why finance ministers and central bankers are caught in an almost impossible dilemma: High inflation requires central bankers to raise interest rates to cool the economy, even as governments spend more to help consumers hurting from soaring energy and food costs. Longer term, real interest rates may stay high unless countries can get more targeted with their relief programs, instead of spreading assistance universally, argues Raghuram Rajan, a finance professor at the University of Chicago and former governor of the Reserve Bank of India. The US overspent during the pandemic, partly because “every constituency got a share of the spending simply because they couldn't make choices,” Rajan says. Next, Flanders has a decidedly more upbeat chat with Nandan Nilekani, chairman of Indian tech giant Infosys Ltd. With news that China's population has declined for the first time in decades, India is set to become the world's most populous country. What's more, Nilekani sees the country benefiting from manufacturers seeking an alternative to China, spooked by the latter nation's repeated factory shutdowns amid its Covid-zero policy. Per capita incomes may grow from $3,000 now to $15,000 in the next 25 years, and “that's much more than a middle-income country,” Nilekani says. Finally, Nela Richardson, chief economist at US-based payroll and business outsourcing firm Automatic Data Processing Inc., says real wages have declined across the world recently, even if nominal wage gains have created a myth that workers are “in the driver's seat.” Businesses would benefit from paying workers a living wage, which despite the apparent expense actually results in better productivity and lowers costs, Richardson tells Flanders. “Will inflation moderate enough and wages stay solid enough that workers actually benefit from lower inflation? We don't know that yet,” Richardson says.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

LEO Round Table
Homeowner With Rifle Shot By Cops While Protecting Home On Video - LEO Round Table S07E52a

LEO Round Table

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 20:23


00:00 Intro 01:07 FBI and Twitter documents show paying partnership 08:19 Homeowner with rifle shot by cops on video LEO Round Table (law enforcement talk show) Season 7, Episode 52a (1,890) filmed on 12/26/2022 Topic 1 concerns internal documents published by author Michael Shellenberger showing emails exchanged between Twitter and the FBI exposing that the FBI had paid Twitter nearly $3.5 million from October 2019 through February 2021. Topic 2 concerns video showing Austin (Texas) Police Officer Daniel Sanchez fatally shooting Rajan Moonesinghe, after Rajan was out looking for an intruder at his residence. Show Panelists and Personalities: Chip DeBlock (Host and retired police Detective) Special Guest: Attorney Ken Afienko (Attorney and professor) Bret Bartlett (retired police Captain) Randy Sutton (retired police Lieutenant) David D'Agresta (retired police Officer and sheriff's Corporal) Andrea Casale (retired police Officer) Will Statzer (Producer) Related Events, Organizations and Books: The Wounded Blue - Lt. Randy Sutton's charity https://thewoundedblue.org/ Rescuing 911: The Fight For America's Safety - by Lt. Randy Sutton (Pre-Order) https://rescuing911.org/ Books by panelist and retired Lt. Randy Sutton: https://www.amazon.com/Randy-Sutton/e/B001IR1MQU%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Book by panelist and retired Lt. Bob Kroll's wife (featuring Lt. Kroll and Off. Derek Chauvin) They're Lying: The Media, The Left, and The Death of George Floyd - by Liz Collin https://thelieexposed.com/ Books by panelist and retired Secret Service Agent Mike Roche including "Mass Killers": https://www.amazon.com/Mike-Roche/e/B00BHEIF78%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Content Partners: ThisIsButter - One of the BEST law enforcement video channels https://rumble.com/user/ThisIsButter The Free Press - LEO Round Table is in their Cops and Crimes section 5 days a week https://www.tampafp.com/ https://www.tampafp.com/category/cops-and-crime/ Video Show Schedule: Mondays at 7pm ET - 90 minute LIVE show on YouTube, Facebook1, Facebook2, LinkedIn and Twitter Tue - Sat at 9am ET - Excerpts from LIVE show are uploaded to YouTube and Rumble (approx. time) Syndicated Radio Schedule: http://leoroundtable.com/radio/syndicated-radio-stations/ Podcasts: https://anchor.fm/leoroundtable Website: http://leoroundtable.com/ Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/leoroundtable Parler: https://parler.com/profile/LEORoundTable/media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/leoroundtable Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leoroundtable/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LEORoundTable LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leo-round-table Sponsors: MotionDSP - Video enhancement/redaction and audio redaction https://www.motiondsp.com/ Galls - Proud to serve America's public safety professionals https://www.galls.com/leo Bang Energy - Energy drinks and products https://bangenergy.com/ The International Firearm Specialist Academy - The New Standard for Firearm Knowledge https://www.gunlearn.com/ Guardian Alliance Technologies - Hire Smarter, Investigate Applicants with Precision & Speed https://guardianalliancetechnologies.com/ MyMedicare.live - save money in Medicare insurance options from the experts http://www.mymedicare.live/ TAC-TOTE - Rapid access and deployment with magnetic technology https://tac-tote.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leoroundtable/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leoroundtable/support

SJAG Sermons
Rev. Benedict Rajan: Powerful Statements of Jesus

SJAG Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 52:11


Fix our eyes on Jesus and believe that all things are possible with God. Let us come to Jesus with our faith rather than our needs. Trust God and be amazed by God's miracles in our lives.

So You Owned a VW Bus
Detour #4: Rajan, the lost pilot episode!

So You Owned a VW Bus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 15:53


About a year before we launched season one of So You Owned a VW Bus, we interviewed Rajan Kose—a close friend and one-time Volkswagen school bus driver in Colorado. 

Diet Science
Don't Forget the Flavonols!

Diet Science

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 13:02


A new study shows that eating more flavonols, a class of antioxidant compounds that protect cells and neurons, may slow your rate of memory loss. Listen in this week as Dee discusses the study and which flavonols contain the most flavonols for prevention of memory loss.Link to study: Holland, T. M., Agarwal, P., Wang, Y., Dhana, K., Leurgans, S. E., Shea, K., Booth, S. L., Rajan, K., Schneider, J. A., & Barnes, L. L. (2022). Association of dietary intake of flavonols with changes in global cognition and several cognitive abilities. Neurology. https://doi.org/10.1212/wnl.0000000000201541

Desi Books
Desi Books Ep 85 w/ Gaia Rajan

Desi Books

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 18:25


In today's episode, we have Gaia Rajan in the #DesiReads segment. She's reading from her poetry collection, Killing It. The transcript is also up on the Desi Books website. Thank you for listening. Twitter: @DesiBooks Instagram: @desi.books Facebook: @desibooksfb Website: https://desibooks.co Newsletter: https://bit.ly/desibooksnews Email: desibooks@desibooks.co

Wharton FinTech Podcast
Gayathri Rajan, Chief Product Officer of DriveWealth - Powering the future of investing

Wharton FinTech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 27:50


Tarang Gupta hosts Gayathri Rajan, Chief Product Officer at DriveWeath, a pioneer in fractional investing and brokerage infrastructure. In this episode you will hear about: - Fractional investing and its role in attracting retail investors - Identifying a great product-market fit - Future of embedded finance and its potential to spawn business opportunities - Why building B2B products is exciting And much more! About Gayathri Rajan Gayathri currently serves as DriveWealth's Chief Product Officer, where she leads the firm's strategy in developing and launching high-demand financial services products for investors worldwide. Gayathri joined DriveWealth following a 16-year stint as a product leader at Google, where she built the enterprise business for Google Maps and founded Google's payments platform. Prior to Google, Gayathri held several positions at the Vanguard Group and Financial Engines. Gayathri holds a BA and M.Eng in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge, an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Stanford University. About DriveWealth DriveWealth is the pioneer of fractional equities trading and embedded investing. It provides solutions that are transforming the investing landscape and powering 100+ fintechs, neobanks, & wallets worldwide. DriveWealth's consultative support and cloud-based, industrial strength technology platform allow partners to seamlessly offer branded investing experiences to drive customer acquisition, loyalty, retention, and revenue growth. For more FinTech insights, follow us on WFT Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech WFT Instagram: instagram.com/whartonfintech Tarang's Twitter: twitter.com/tg_tarang Tarang's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/taranggupta100

Indo American News Radio Houston TX
IANR 2248 112622 HC Asst DA Nathan Beedle on DWI Offence & Penalties; Entrepreneur Ashok Rao on the Technology of Sound; Joseph Elankil & Rosh Rajan on IACF 2022 Gala; Mumbai Gallerist Jyotika Karvee

Indo American News Radio Houston TX

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 116:26


IANR 2248 112622 Line Up Here's the guest line-up for Sat, Nov 26, 2022 from 4 to 6pm CST on Indo American News Radio (www.IndoAmerican-news.com), a production of Indo American News. We are on 98.7 FM and you can also listen on the masalaradio app (www.masalaradio.com) By Monday, hear the recorded show on Podcast uploaded on Spotify, Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/indo-american-news-radio-houston-tx/id1512586620 ) Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public and Breaker. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE PODCAST CHANNEL TO BE NOTIFIED OF NEW UPDATES. THEN JUST CLICK TO LISTEN!! 4:20 pm The Holidays are here but along with the partying and merriment, there is a rise in drunk driving cases. Stats show that despite increased awareness campaigns, DWI cases account for many horrific deaths on the roads. Harris County Asst DA Nathan Beedle joins us to explain what constitutes DWI and what the penalties are. 4:50 pm In the past month, Ashok Rao has captivated us with descriptions of the technologies he believes changed the world. He has given fascinating accounts about Glass and Cold and this week, the entrepreneur and restaurateur describes the technology of Sound. 5:20 pm The Indo American Charity Foundation is the oldest community organization that deals with local charities and provides them with grants to further their good works. After a hiatus due to COVID, IACF will hold their in-person gala next week. Here to describe this year's gala is President Joseph Elankil and Rosh Rajan. 5:40 pm Art and artists can be found in the most unusual locales, it is often just a a matter of finding them and bringing them to world view and appreciation. Mumbaikar Jyotika Karve has made it her life's mission to find such Indian artwork at their source in villages and curating them in modern art fairs. We are fortunate to have her in the studio to talk about her curated collections which were displayed in Miami this month. Also stay tuned in for news roundup, views, sports and movie reviews TO BE FEATURED ON THE SHOW, OR TO ADVERTISE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT 713-789-6397 or at indoamericannews@yahoo.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/indo-american-news-radio/support

Around the Dental World
Just Keep Spinning: Dr. Rajan Sharma (@rajant900oth)

Around the Dental World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 33:33


Join Dylan as he interviews the innovative Dr. Rajan Sharma from Reading, UK! Main Questions 1:58 Why did you go into dentistry? 5:28 Talk about your journey of starting as as an associate dentist to now owning two practices? 11:49 Explain your passion of PRGF biotechnology for regenerative medicine Speed Round 17:42 What is your favourite dental procedure? 20:40 What is one thing you like to do to stay active and fit? 23:15 If you could travel anywhere in the world right now, where would it be? 24:35 What is your typical morning routine? 26:45 What is your favourite song of all time 27:20 Any pearls of wisdom that you would like to share? 32:22 Shoutout!

Screaming in the Cloud
Security for Speed and Scale with Ashish Rajan

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 35:24


About AshishAshish has over 13+yrs experience in the Cybersecurity industry with the last 7 focusing primarily helping Enterprise with managing security risk at scale in cloud first world and was the CISO of a global Cloud First Tech company in his last role. Ashish is also a keynote speaker and host of the widely poplar Cloud Security Podcast, a SANS trainer for Cloud Security & DevSecOps. Ashish currently works at Snyk as a Principal Cloud Security Advocate. He is a frequent contributor on topics related to public cloud transformation, Cloud Security, DevSecOps, Security Leadership, future Tech and the associated security challenges for practitioners and CISOs.Links Referenced: Cloud Security Podcast: https://cloudsecuritypodcast.tv/ Personal website: https://www.ashishrajan.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashishrajan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hashishrajan Cloud Security Podcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CloudSecurityPodcast Cloud Security Podcast LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cloud-security-podcast/ 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 Thinkst Canary. Most folks find out way too late that they've been breached. Thinkst Canary changes this. Deploy canaries and canary tokens in minutes, and then forget about them. Attackers tip their hand by touching them, giving you one alert, when it matters. With zero administrative overhead to this and almost no false positives, Canaries are deployed and loved on all seven continents. Check out what people are saying at canary.love today. Corey: This episode is bought to you in part by our friends at Veeam. Do you care about backups? Of course you don't. Nobody cares about backups. Stop lying to yourselves! You care about restores, usually right after you didn't care enough about backups.  If you're tired of the vulnerabilities, costs and slow recoveries when using snapshots to restore your data, assuming you even have them at all living in AWS-land, there is an alternative for you. Check out Veeam, thats V-E-E-A-M for secure, zero-fuss AWS backup that won't leave you high and dry when it's time to restore. Stop taking chances with your data. Talk to Veeam. My thanks to them for sponsoring this ridiculous podcast.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. This promoted episode is brought to us once again by our friends at Snyk. Snyk does amazing things in the world of cloud security and terrible things with the English language because, despite raising a whole boatload of money, they still stubbornly refuse to buy a vowel in their name. I'm joined today by Principal Cloud Security Advocate from Snyk, Ashish Rajan. Ashish, thank you for joining me.Corey: Your history is fascinating to me because you've been around for a while on a podcast of your own, the Cloud Security Podcast. But until relatively recently, you were a CISO. As has become relatively accepted in the industry, the primary job of the CISO is to get themselves fired, and then, “Well, great. What's next?” Well, failing upward is really the way to go wherever possible, so now you are at Snyk, helping the rest of us fix our security. That's my headcanon on all of that anyway, which I'm sure bears scant, if any, resemblance to reality, what's your version?Ashish: [laugh]. Oh, well, fortunately, I wasn't fired. And I think I definitely find that it's a great way to look at the CISO job to walk towards the path where you're no longer required because then I think you've definitely done your job. I moved into the media space because we got an opportunity to go full-time. I spoke about this offline, but an incident inspired us to go full-time into the space, so that's what made me leave my CISO job and go full-time into democratizing cloud security as much as possible for anyone and everyone. So far, every day, almost now, so it's almost like I dream about cloud security as well now.Corey: Yeah, I dream of cloud security too, but my dreams are of a better world in which people didn't tell me how much they really care about security in emails that demonstrate how much they failed to care about security until it was too little too late. I was in security myself for a while and got out of it because I was tired of being miserable all the time. But I feel that there's a deep spiritual alignment between people who care about cost and people who care about security when it comes to cloud—or business in general—because you can spend infinite money on those things, but it doesn't really get your business further. It's like paying for fire insurance. It isn't going to get you to your next milestone, whereas shipping faster, being more effective at launching a feature into markets, that can multiply revenue. That's what companies are optimized around. It's, “Oh, right. We have to do the security stuff,” or, “We have to fix the AWS billing piece.” It feels, on some level, like it's a backburner project most of the time and it's certainly invested in that way. What's your take on that?Ashish: I tend to disagree with that, for a couple reasons.Corey: Excellent. I love arguments.Ashish: I feel this in a healthy way as well. A, I love the analogy of spiritual animals where they are cost optimization as well as the risk aversion as well. I think where I normally stand—and this is what I had to unlearn after doing years of cybersecurity—was that initially, we always used to be—when I say ‘we,' I mean cybersecurity folks—we always used to be like police officers. Is that every time there's an incident, it turns into a crime scene, and suddenly we're all like, “Pew, pew, pew,” with trying to get all the evidence together, let's make this isolated as much—as isolated as possible from the rest of the environment, and let's try and resolve this.I feel like in Cloud has asked people to become more collaborative, which is a good problem to have. It also encourages that, I don't know how many people know this, but the reason we have brakes in our cars is not because we can slow down the car; it's so that we can go faster. And I feel security is the same thing. The guardrails we talk about, the risks that you're trying to avert, the reason you're trying to have security is not to slow down but to go faster. Say for example in an ideal world, to quote what you were saying earlier if we were to do the right kind of encryption—I'm just going to use the most basic example—if we just do encryption, right, and just ensure that as a guardrail, the entire company needs to have encryption at rest, encryption in transit, period, nothing else, no one cares about anything else.But if you just lay that out as a framework and this is our guardrail, no one brakes this, and whoever does, hey we—you know, slap on the wrist and come back on to the actual track, but keep going forward. That just means any project that comes in that meets [unintelligible 00:04:58] criteria. Keeps going forward, as many times we want to go into production. Doesn't matter. So, that is the new world of security that we are being asked to move towards where Amazon re:Invent is coming in, there will be another, I don't know, three, four hundred services that will be released. How many people, irrespective of security, would actually know all of those services? They would not. So, [crosstalk 00:05:20]—Corey: Oh, we've long since passed the point where I can convincingly talk about AWS services that don't really exist and not get called out on it by Amazon employees. No one keeps them on their head. Except me because I'm sad.Ashish: Oh, no, but I think you're right, though. I can't remember who was it—maybe Andrew Vogel or someone—they didn't release a service which didn't exist, and became, like, a thing on Twitter. Everyone—Corey: Ah, AWS's Infinidash. I want to say that was Joe Nash out of Twilio at the time. I don't recall offhand if I'm right on that, but that's how it feels. Yeah, it was certainly not me. People said that was my idea. Nope, nope, I just basically amplified it to a huge audience.But yeah, it was a brilliant idea, just because it's a fake service so everyone could tell stories about it. And amazing product feedback, if you look at it through the right lens of how people view your company and your releases when they get this perfect, platonic ideal of what it is you might put out there, what do people say about it?Ashish: Yeah. I think that's to your point, I will use that as an example as well to talk about things that there will always be a service which we will be told about for the first time, which we will not know. So, going back to the unlearning part, as a security team, we just have to understand that we can't use the old ways of, hey, I want to have all the controls possible, cover all there is possible. I need to have a better understanding of all the cloud services because I've done, I don't know, 15 years of cloud, there is no one that has 10, 15 years of cloud unless you're I don't know someone from Amazon employee yourself. Most people these days still have five to six years experience and they're still learning.Even the cloud engineering folks or the DevOps folks, they're all still learning and the tooling is continuing to evolve. So yeah, I think I definitely find that the security in this cloud world a lot more collaborative and it's being looked at as the same function as a brake would have in car: to help you go faster, not to just slam the brake every time it's like, oh, my God, is the situation isolated and to police people.Corey: One of the points I find that is so aligned between security and cost—and you alluded to it a minute ago—is the idea of helping companies go faster safely. To that end, guardrails have to be at least as easy as just going off and doing it cow-person style. Because if it's not, it's more work in any way, shape, or form, people won't do it. People will not tag their resources by hand, people will not go through and use the dedicated account structure you've got that gets in their way and screams at them every time they try to use one of the native features built into the platform. It has to get out of their way and make things easier, not worse, or people fight it, they go around it, and you're never going to get buy-in.Ashish: Do you feel like cost is something that a lot more people pay a lot more attention to because, you know, that creeps into your budget? Like, as people who've been leaders before, and this was the conversation, they would just go, “Well, I only have, I don't know, 100,000 to spend this quarter,” or, “This year,” and they are the ones who—are some of them, I remember—I used to have this manager, once, a CTO would always be conscious about the spend. It's almost like if you overspend, where do you get the money from? There's no money to bring in extra. Like, no. There's a set money that people plan for any year for a budget. And to your point about if you're not keeping an eye on how are we spending this in the AWS context because very easy to spend the entire money in one day, or in the cloud context. So, I wonder if that is also a big driver for people to feel costs above security? Where do you stand on that?Corey: When it comes to cost, one of the nice things about it—and this is going to sound sarcastic, but I swear to you it's not—it's only money.Ashish: Mmm.Corey: Think about that for a second because it's true. Okay, we wound up screwing up and misconfiguring something and overspending. Well, there are ways around that. You can call AWS, you can get credits, you can get concessions made for mistakes, you can sign larger contracts and get a big pile of proof of concept credit et cetera, et cetera. There are ways to make that up, whereas with security, it's there are no do-overs on security breaches.Ashish: No, that's a good point. I mean, you can always get more money, use a credit card, worst case scenario, but you can't do the same for—there's a security breach and suddenly now—hopefully, you don't have to call New York Times and say, “Can you undo that article that you just have posted that told you it was a mistake. We rewinded what we did.”Corey: I'm curious to know what your take is these days on the state of the cloud security community. And the reason I bring that up is, well, I started about a year-and-a-half ago now doing a podcast every Thursday. Which is Last Week in AWS: Security Edition because everything else I found in the industry that when I went looking was aimed explicitly at either—driven by the InfoSec community, which is toxic and a whole bunch of assumed knowledge already built in that looks an awful lot like gatekeeping, which is the reason I got out of InfoSec in the first place, or alternately was completely vendor-captured, where, okay, great, we're going to go ahead and do a whole bunch of interesting content and it's all brought to you by this company and strangely, all of the content is directly align with doing some pretty weird things that you wouldn't do unless you're trying to build a business case for that company's product. And it just feels hopelessly compromised. I wanted to find something that was aimed at people who had to care about security but didn't have security as part of their job title. Think DevOps types and you're getting warmer.That's what I wound up setting out to build. And when all was said and done, I wasn't super thrilled with, honestly, how alone it still felt. You've been doing this for a while, and you're doing a great job at it, don't get me wrong, but there is the question that—and I understand they're sponsoring this episode, but the nice thing about promoted guest episodes is that they can buy my attention, not my opinion. How do you retain creative control of your podcast while working for a security vendor?Ashish: So, that's a good question. So, Snyk by themselves have not ever asked us to change any piece of content; we have been working with them for the past few months now. The reason we kind of came along with Snyk was the alignment. And we were talking about this earlier for I totally believe that DevSecOps and cloud security are ultimately going to come together one day. That may not be today, that may not be tomorrow, that may not be in 2022, or maybe 2023, but there will be a future where these two will sit together.And the developer-first security mentality that they had, in this context from cloud prospective—developers being the cloud engineers, the DevOps people as you called out, the reason you went in that direction, I definitely want to work with them. And ultimately, there would never be enough people in security to solve the problem. That is the harsh reality. There would never be enough people. So, whether it's cloud security or not, like, for people who were at AWS re:Inforce, the first 15 minutes by Steve Schmidt, CSO of Amazon, was get a security guardian program.So, I've been talking about it, everyone else is talking about right now, Amazon has become the first CSP to even talk about this publicly as well that we should have security guardians. Which by the way, I don't know why, but you can still call it—it is technically DevSecOps what you're trying to do—they spoke about a security champion program as part of the keynote that they were running. Nothing to do with cloud security, but the idea being how much of this workload can we share? We can raise, as a security team—for people who may be from a security background listening to this—how much elevation can we provide the risk in front of the right people who are a decision-maker? That is our role.We help them with the governance, we help with managing it, but we don't know how to solve the risk or close off a risk, or close off a vulnerability because you might be the best person because you work in that application every day, every—you know the bandages that are put in, you know all the holes that are there, so the best threat model can be performed by the person who works on a day-to-day, not a security person who spent, like, an hour with you once a week because that's the only time they could manage. So, going back to the Snyk part, that's the mission that we've had with the podcast; we want to democratize cloud security and build a community around neutral information. There is no biased information. And I agree with what you said as well, where a lot of the podcasts outside of what we were finding was more focused on, “Hey, this is how you use AWS. This is how you use Azure. This is how you use GCP.”But none of them were unbiased in the opinion. Because real life, let's just say even if I use the AWS example—because we are coming close to the AWS re:Invent—they don't have all the answers from a security perspective. They don't have all the answers from an infrastructure perspective or cloud-native perspective. So, there are some times—or even most times—people are making a call where they're going outside of it. So, unbiased information is definitely required and it is not there enough.So, I'm glad that at least people like yourself are joining, and you know, creating the world where more people are trying to be relatable to DevOps people as well as the security folks. Because it's hard for a security person to be a developer, but it's easy for a developer or an engineer to understand security. And the simplest example I use is when people walk out of their house, they lock the door. They're already doing security. This is the same thing we're asking when we talk about security in the cloud or in the [unintelligible 00:14:49] as well. Everyone is, it just it hasn't been pointed out in the right way.Corey: I'm curious as to what it is that gets you up in the morning. Now, I know you work in security, but you're also not a CISO anymore, so I'm not asking what gets you up at 2 a.m. because we know what happens in the security space, then. There's a reason that my area of business focus is strictly a business hours problem. But I'd love to know what it is about cloud security as a whole that gets you excited.Ashish: I think it's an opportunity for people to get into the space without the—you know, you said gatekeeper earlier, those gatekeepers who used to have that 25 years experience in cybersecurity, 15 years experience in cybersecurity, Cloud has challenged that norm. Now, none of that experience helps you do AWS services better. It definitely helps you with the foundational pieces, definitely helps you do identity, networking, all of that, but you still have to learn something completely new, a new way of working, which allows for a lot of people who earlier was struggling to get into cybersecurity, now they have an opening. That's what excites me about cloud security, that it has opened up a door which is beyond your CCNA, CISSP, and whatever else certification that people want to get. By the way, I don't have a CISSP, so I can totally throw CISSP under the bus.But I definitely find that cloud security excites me every morning because it has shown me light where, to what you said, it was always a gated community. Although that's a very huge generalization. There's a lot of nice people in cybersecurity who want to mentor and help people get in. But Cloud security has pushed through that door, made it even wider than it was before.Corey: I think there's a lot to be said for the concept of sending the elevator back down. I really have remarkably little patience for people who take the perspective of, “Well, I got mine so screw everyone else.” The next generation should have it easier than we did, figuring out where we land in the ecosystem, where we live in the space. And there are folks who do a tremendous job of this, but there are also areas where I think there is significant need for improvement. I'm curious to know what you see as lacking in the community ecosystem for folks who are just dipping their toes into the water of cloud security.Ashish: I think that one, there's misinformation as well. The first one being, if you have never done IT before you can get into cloud security, and you know, you will do a great job. I think that is definitely a mistake to just accept the fact if Amazon re:Invent tells you do all these certifications, or Azure does the same, or GCP does the same. If I'll be really honest—and I feel like I can be honest, this is a safe space—that for people who are listening in, if you're coming to the space for the first time, whether it's cloud or cloud security, if you haven't had much exposure to the foundational pieces of it, it would be a really hard call. You would know all the AWS services, you will know all the Azure services because you have your certification, but if I was to ask you, “Hey, help me build an application. What would be the architecture look like so it can scale?”“So, right now we are a small pizza-size ten-people team”—I'm going to use the Amazon term there—“But we want to grow into a Facebook tomorrow, so please build me an architecture that can scale.” And if you regurgitate what Amazon has told you, or Azure has told you, or GCP has told you, I can definitely see that you would struggle in the industry because that's not how, say every application is built. Because the cloud service provider would ask you to drink the Kool-Aid and say they can solve all your problems, even though they don't have all the servers in the world. So, that's the first misinformation.The other one too, for people who are transitioning, who used to be in IT or in cybersecurity and trying to get into the cloud security space, the challenge over there is that outside of Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, there is not a lot of formal education which is unbiased. It is a great way to learn AWS security on how amazing AWS is from AWS people, the same way Microsoft will be [unintelligible 00:19:10], however, when it comes down to actual formal education, like the kind that you and I are trying to provide through a podcast, me with the Cloud Security Podcast, you with Last Week in AWS in the Security Edition, that kind of unbiased formal education, like free education, like what you and I are doing does definitely exist and I guess I'm glad we have company, that you and I both exist in this space, but formal education is very limited. It's always behind, say an expensive paid wall sometimes, and rightly so because it's information that would be helpful. So yeah, those two things. Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Uptycs. Attackers don't think in silos, so why would you have siloed solutions protecting cloud, containers, and laptops distinctly? Meet Uptycs - the first unified solution prioritizes risk across your modern attack surface—all from a single platform, UI, and data model. Stop by booth 3352 at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas to see for yourself and visit uptycs.com. That's U-P-T-Y-C-S.com. Corey: One of the problems that I have with the way a lot of cloud security stuff is situated is that you need to have something running to care about the security of. Yeah, I can spin up a VM in the free tier of most of these environments, and okay, “How do I secure a single Linux box?” Okay, yes, there are a lot of things you can learn there, but it's very far from a holistic point of view. You need to have the infrastructure running at reasonable scale first, in order to really get an effective lab that isn't contrived.Now, Snyk is a security company. I absolutely understand and have no problem with the fact that you charge your customers money in order to get security outcomes that are better than they would have otherwise. I do not get why AWS and GCP charge extra for security. And I really don't get why Azure charges extra for security and then doesn't deliver security by dropping the ball on it, which is neither here nor there.Ashish: [laugh].Corey: It feels like there's an economic form of gatekeeping, where you must spend at least this much money—or work for someone who does—in order to get exposure to security the way that grownups think about it. Because otherwise, all right, I hit my own web server, I have ten lines in the logs. Now, how do I wind up doing an analysis run to figure out what happened? I pull it up on my screen and I look at it. You need a point of scale before anything that the modern world revolves around doesn't seem ludicrous.Ashish: That's a good point. Also because we don't talk about the responsibility that the cloud service provider has themselves for security, like the encryption example that I used earlier, as a guardrail, it doesn't take much for them to enable by default. But how many do that by default? I feel foolish sometimes to tell people that, “Hey, you should have encryption enabled on your storage which is addressed, or in transit.”It should be—like, we have services like Let's Encrypt and other services, which are trying to make this easily available to everyone so everyone can do SSL or HTTPS. And also, same goes for encryption. It's free and given the choice that you can go customer-based keys or your own key or whatever, but it should be something that should be default. We don't have to remind people, especially if you're the providers of the service. I agree with you on the, you know, very basic principle of why do I pay extra for security, when you should have already covered this for me as part of the service.Because hey, technically, aren't you also responsible in this conversation? But the way I see shared responsibility is that—someone on the podcast mentioned it and I think it's true—shared responsibility means no one's responsible. And this is the kind of world we're living in because of that.Corey: Shared responsibility has always been an odd concept to me because AWS is where I first encountered it and they, from my perspective, turn what fits into a tweet into a 45-minute dog-and-pony show around, “Ah, this is how it works. This is the part we're responsible for. This is the part where the customer responsibility is. Now, let's have a mind-numbingly boring conversation around it.” Whereas, yeah, there's a compression algorithm here. Basically, if the cloud gets breached, it is overwhelmingly likely that you misconfigured something on your end, not the provider doing it, unless it's Azure, which is neither here nor there, once again.The problem with that modeling, once you get a little bit more business sophistication than I had the first time I made the observation, is that you can't sit down with a CISO at a company that just suffered a data breach and have your conversation be, “Doesn't it suck to be you—[singing] duh, duh—because you messed up. That's it.” You need that dog-and-pony show of being able to go in-depth and nuance because otherwise, you're basically calling out your customer, which you can't really do. Which I feel occludes a lot of clarity for folks who are not in that position who want to understand these things a bit better.Ashish: You're right, Corey. I think definitely I don't want to be in a place where we're definitely just educating people on this, but I also want to call out that we are in a world where it is true that Amazon, Azure, Google Cloud, they all have vulnerabilities as well. Thanks to research by all these amazing people on the internet from different companies out there, they've identified that, hey, these are not pristine environments that you can go into. Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, they themselves have vulnerabilities, and sometimes some of those vulnerabilities cannot be fixed until the customer intervenes and upgrades their services. We do live in a world where there is not enough education about this as well, so I'm glad you brought this up because for people who are listening in, I mean, I was one of those people who would always say, “When was the last time you heard Amazon had a breach?” Or, “Microsoft had a breach?” Or, “Google Cloud had a breach?”That was the idea when people were just buying into the concept of cloud and did not trust cloud. Every cybersecurity person that I would talk to they're like, “Why would you trust cloud? Doesn't make sense.” But this is, like, seven, eight years ago. Fast-forward to today, it's almost default, “Why would you not go into cloud?”So, for people who tend to forget that part, I guess, there is definitely a journey that people came through. With the same example of multi-factor authentication, it was never a, “Hey, let's enable password and multi-factor authentication.” It took a few stages to get there. Same with this as well. We're at that stage where now cloud service providers are showing the kinks in the armor, and now people are questioning, “I should update my risk matrix for what if there's actually a breach in AWS?”Now, Capital One is a great example where the Amazon employee who was sentenced, she did something which has—never even [unintelligible 00:25:32] on before, opened up the door for that [unintelligible 00:25:36] CISO being potentially sentenced. There was another one. Because it became more primetime news, now people are starting to understand, oh, wait. This is not the same as it used to be. Cloud security breaches have evolved as well.And just sticking to the Uber point, when Uber has that recent breach where they were talking about, “Hey, so many data records were gone,” what a lot of people did not talk about in that same message, it also mentioned the fact that, hey, they also got access to the AWS console of Uber. Now, that to me, is my risk metrics has already gone higher than where it was before because it just not your data, but potentially your production, your pre-prod, any development work that you were doing for, I don't know, self-driving cars or whatever that Uber [unintelligible 00:26:18] is doing, all that is out on the internet. But who was talking about all of that? That's a much worse a breach than what was portrayed on the internet. I don't know, what do you think?Corey: When it comes to trusting providers, where I sit is that I think, given their scale, they need to be a lot more transparent than they have been historically. However, I also believe that if you do not trust that these companies are telling you the truth about what they're doing, how they're doing it, what their controls are, then you should not be using them as a customer, full stop. This idea of confidential computing drives me nuts because so much of it is, “Well, what if we assume our cloud provider is lying to us about all of these things?” Like, hypothetically there's nothing stopping them from building an exact clone of their entire control plane that they redirect your request to that do something completely different under the hood. “Oh, yeah, of course, we're encrypting it with that special KMS key.” No, they're not. For, “Yeah, sure we're going to put that into this region.” Nope, it goes right back to Virginia. If you believe that's what's going on and that they're willing to do that, you can't be in cloud.Ashish: Yeah, a hundred percent. I think foundational trust need to exist and I don't think the cloud service providers themselves do a great job of building that trust. And maybe that's where the drift comes in because the business has decided they're going to cloud. The cyber security people are trying to be more aware and asking the question, “Hey, why do we trust it so blindly? I don't have a pen test report from Amazon saying they have tested service.”Yes, I do have a certificate saying it's PCI compliant, but how do I know—to what you said—they haven't cloned our services? Fortunately, businesses are getting smarter. Like, Walmart would never have their resources in AWS because they don't trust them. It's a business risk if suddenly they decide to go into that space. But the other way around, Microsoft may decides tomorrow that they want to start their own Walmart. Then what do you do?So, I don't know how many people actually consider that as a real business risk, especially because there's a word that was floating around the internet called supercloud. And the idea behind this was—oh, I can already see your reaction [laugh].Corey: Yeah, don't get me started on that whole mess.Ashish: [laugh]. Oh no, I'm the same. I'm like, “What? What now?” Like, “What are you—” So, one thing I took away which I thought was still valuable was the fact that if you look at the cloud service providers, they're all like octopus, they all have tentacles everywhere.Like, if you look at the Amazon of the world, they not only a bookstore, they have a grocery store, they have delivery service. So, they are into a lot of industries, the same way Google Cloud, Microsoft, they're all in multiple industries. And they can still have enough money to choose to go into an industry that they had never been into before because of the access that they would get with all this information that they have, potentially—assuming that they [unintelligible 00:29:14] information. Now, “Shared responsibility,” quote-unquote, they should not do it, but there is nothing stopping them from actually starting a Walmart tomorrow if they wanted to.Corey: So, because a podcast and a day job aren't enough, what are you going to be doing in the near future given that, as we record this, re:Invent is nigh?Ashish: Yeah. So, podcasting and being in the YouTube space has definitely opened up the creative mindset for me. And I think for my producer as well. We're doing all these exciting projects. We have something called Cloud Security Villains that is coming up for AWS re:Invent, and it's going to be released on our YouTube channel as well as my social media.And we'll have merchandise for it across the re:Invent as well. And I'm just super excited about the possibility that media as a space provides for everyone. So, for people who are listening in and thinking that, I don't know, I don't want to write for a blog or email newsletter or whatever the thing may be, I just want to put it out there that I used to be excited about AWS re:Invent just to understand, hey, hopefully, they will release a new security service. Now, I get excited about these events because I get to meet community, help them, share what they have learned on the internet, and sound smarter [laugh] as a result of that as well, and get interviewed where people like yourself. But I definitely find that at the moment with AWS re:Invent coming in, a couple of things that are exciting for me is the release of the Cloud Security Villains, which I think would be an exciting project, especially—hint, hint—for people who are into comic books, you will definitely enjoy it, and I think your kids will as well. So, just in time for Christmas.Corey: We will definitely keep an eye out for that and put a link to that in the show notes. I really want to thank you for being so generous with your time. If people want to learn more about what you're up to, where's the best place for them to find you?Ashish: I think I'm fortunate enough to be at that stage where normally if people Google me—and it's simply Ashish Rajan—they will definitely find me [laugh]. I'll be really hard for them not find me on the internet. But if you are looking for a source of unbiased cloud security knowledge, you can definitely hit up cloudsecuritypodcast.tv or our YouTube and LinkedIn channel.We go live stream every week with a new guest talking about cloud security, which could be companies like LinkedIn, Twilio, to name a few that have come on the show already, and a lot more than have come in and been generous with their time and shared how they do what they do. And we're fortunate that we get ranked top 100 in America, US, UK, as well as Australia. I'm really fortunate for that. So, we're doing something right, so hopefully, you get some value out of it as well when you come and find me.Corey: And we will, of course, put links to all of that in the show notes. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time. I really appreciate it.Ashish: Thank you, Corey, for having me. I really appreciate this a lot. I enjoyed the conversation.Corey: As did I. Ashish Rajan, Principal Cloud Security Advocate at Snyk who is sponsoring this promoted guest episode. 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 pointing out that not every CISO gets fired; some of them successfully manage to blame the intern.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 Brand Called You
Future of India and China Relations | Maj Gen Dr. Rajan Kochhar, VSM, Author, Breaking the Chinese Myth

The Brand Called You

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 30:04


The world is aware of India and China's military relations owing to the rights over disputed areas of the territory. With rising clashes between the armies of the two countries, there is always a fear of war. China has managed to make a global name for its military power. But if the war situation arises, does India really lack behind? What are India's advantages over China, and what are the strategies that China is using to dominate the countries? We have your answers covered in our today's discussion with Major general Dr. Rajan Kochhar. About Major General Dr. Rajan Kochhar: General Kochhar is the Vice Chairman of the National Council of News and Broadcasting. He is also the author of the book titled, “Breaking the Chinese Myth.” General Kochhar recalls his cadet days and the physical challenges he faced. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tbcy/support

Freedom Church Gastonia - Sermon of the Week
Pastor Rajan: Responding From Your Spirit

Freedom Church Gastonia - Sermon of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022


FCG guest speaker, Pastor Rajan from India, brings a powerful word about responding to life's circumstances from your born again spirit rather than your flesh.

Hacker Valley Studio
Supply Chain Security & Zero Trust Tech with Ashish Rajan & Shilpi Bhattacharjee

Hacker Valley Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 37:08


Hacker Valley: On the Road is a curated collection of conversations that Chris and Ron have had during conferences and events around the globe. In this episode, Cloud Security Podcast's Ashish Rajan and Shilpi Bhattacharjee speak with the Hacker Valley team at AISA CyberCon in Melbourne, Australia. Ashish and Shilpi discuss their respective talks on supply chain security and zero trust technology, SBOMs, and keynote speakers at this year's Cybercon worth noting for the audience at home.   Timecoded Guide: [00:00] Connecting & conversing at a cyber conference post-COVID [06:50] Breaking down Shilpi's presentation on supply chain threats & attacks [11:45] Understanding the paradoxes & limitations of zero trust with Ashish's talk [26:13] Defining & explaining SBOM, or Software Bill of Materials  [33:16] Noticing key conversations & trends for those who didn't attend AISA Cybercon   Sponsor Links: Thank you to our sponsor Axonius for bringing this episode to life! The Axonius solution correlates asset data from existing solutions to provide an always up-to-date inventory, uncover gaps, and automate action — giving IT and security teams the confidence to control complexity. Learn more at axonius.com/hackervalley Shilpi, can you talk about the idea behind the talk you had at CyberCon?  The inspiration behind Shilpi's conference talk was supply chain issues. Titling her talk, “Who's Protecting Your Software in Supply Chain,” Shilpi hoped to further educate and advocate for security in the supply chain process. An estimated one in two companies will experience a supply chain attack in the coming years. Instead of fearing such a statistic, Shilpi hopes her talk inspired further security action to protect our supply chains.  “One staggering fact that I read is that one in every two companies is going to have some sort of a supply chain attack in the next three years. So, who's going to look after the supply chain? Is it going to be the organization? Is it going to be your third-party vendors?” —Shilpi   Ashish, what about your talk at Cybercon? In contrast, Ashish's talk was about the triple paradox of zero trust. When talking about and implementing zero trust, Ashish realized many companies don't implement the cultural changes needed for zero trust and/or only talk about zero trust as a technology process. Zero trust has numerous layers beyond technology, and requires time and major changes in culture and technology to implement in most companies.  “I feel bad for bashing on finance, marketing, and HR teams. They're all smart people, but if you're going to add four or five layers of security for them, they almost always say, ‘I just want to do my job. I don't really care about this. It's your job to do security.'” —Ashish   Where would you recommend starting when it comes to trying to implement the ideas in your respective talks? When push comes to shove about where cyber companies can start first with supply chain and zero trust, Ashish and Shilpi agree that companies have to discuss business priorities. When company leaders can take the opportunity to look at and understand their cyber hygiene, the next steps might look very different from another company's tactics. Knowing what a business has is the foundational piece that impacts any new process in cyber.  “If I were to go back to the first principle of what we do with cybersecurity professionals, one of the biggest assets that we're all trying to protect is data. You can't protect what you can't see, that's the foundational piece.” —Ashish   For anyone that wasn't able to make the conference, what is one thing that you would want to share with the audience at home?  There were a lot of conversations taking place at Cybercon this year. Ashish wants the audience at home to know that cloud native, zero trust, supply chain, and leadership positions like CISOs were the main themes in many talks, panels, and conversations. Shilpi wants those who couldn't attend to watch out for more talks and conversations about cyber from those outside of the industry to understand that the issues impacting cyber influence the world.  “I think there's that interest about cybersecurity being more than just a cybersecurity problem. Cybersecurity is not just a technical problem, it's a societal problem, a cultural problem. I very much agree, because a lot of the things that we're dealing with impacts everyone.” —Shilpi --------------- Links: Keep up with our guest Ashish Rajan on LinkedIn Keep up with our guest Shilpi Bhattacharjee on LinkedIn Listen to Ashish and Shilpi's Cloud Security Podcast Connect with Ron Eddings on LinkedIn and Twitter Connect with Chris Cochran on LinkedIn and Twitter Purchase a HVS t-shirt at our shop Continue the conversation by joining our Discord Check out Hacker Valley Media and Hacker Valley Studio

Found
Taking construction projects into the cloud with Shanthi Rajan from Linarc

Found

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 43:51


Shanthi Rajan is a career-long entrepreneur so when she realized the construction industry was in need of disruption, she was ready to build a solution. Linarc is a cloud-based construction management software that helps teams stay on track by centralizing the data to share meaningful information on timelines, budgets, and everything that keeps projects on track. In this episode, Darrell, Jordan, and Shanthi discuss breaking into a slow-changing industry, building a team with talent across the globe, and working with customers to build the most useful product possible. Subscribe to Found to hear more stories from founders each week.Connect with us:On TwitterOn InstagramVia email: found@techcrunch.com

Kaarlen podcastit
VLOG #76 Itärajan aita, sähköpotkulaudat, pahuus ja ihmisyys, hyvinvointi ja hyväntekeväisyys

Kaarlen podcastit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 80:52


Keskusteluohjelma VLOG 76 – Itärajan aita, sähköpotkulaudat, pahuus ja ihmisyys, hyvinvointi ja hyväntekeväisyys Discord-serveri: https://discord.gg/wGnM82KV4v Ohjelman yhteistyökumppanit: Fujifilm-kamerat Pelago Bicycles Artek Kvadrat 0440522753 / Mobilepay – “Keskusteluohjelman tuki”

ThePrint
#CutTheClutter: Why Raghuram Rajan says world can't let India follow China, climate change & globalisation

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 23:26


Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan's latest statement that ‘the world cannot afford India to follow China's path of export-led growth in manufacturing' — at the IMF-World Bank annual meet has drawn sharp reactions. In episode 1,098 of 'Cut the Clutter', ThePrint Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta decodes Rajan's full speech, the crucial points former RBI governor makes on the the link between climate change and globalisation, and the need to liberalize services.   Brought to you by @KiaIndia 

IMF Podcasts
Raghuram Rajan: Climate Action and Continued Globalization Joined at the Hip (2022 Per Jacobsson Lecture)

IMF Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 34:40


Amid growing calls to deglobalize the economy, Raghuram Rajan says not so fast. Rajan, a former Governor of the Bank of India and former IMF Chief Economist, delivered this year's Per Jacobsson Lecture, in which he argues that continued globalization is our best chance to tackle climate change. Transcript: https://bit.ly/3EVhCIC Watch the webcast of the Per Jacobsson Lecture at IMF.org

The Chapbook
49. Gaia Rajan: Killing It (Black Lawrence Press)

The Chapbook

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 15:23


In today's episode, we welcome the incredible Gaia Rajan to discuss her collection KILLING IT (Black Lawrence Press). Gaia Rajan is the author of the chapbooks Moth Funerals (Glass Poetry Press 2020) and Killing It (Black Lawrence Press 2022). Her work is published or forthcoming in the 2022 Best of the Net anthology, The Kenyon Review, THRUSH, Split Lip Magazine, diode, Palette Poetry, and elsewhere. She is the cofounder of the WOC Speak Reading Series, the Junior Journal Editor for Half Mystic, and the Web Manager for Honey Literary. She is the first place winner of the Princeton Leonard P. Milberg Poetry Prize, Sarah Mook Poetry Prize, and 1455 Literary Festival Contest, and a runner up for the Smith College Poetry Prize, Nancy Thorp Poetry Prize, and Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize. Gaia is an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University, studying computer science and creative writing. She lives in Pittsburgh. Gaia Rajan website: http://www.gaiarajan.com/ Gaia Rajan Twitter: https://twitter.com/gaiarajan Gaia Rajan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gaiarajan/KILLING IT (Black Lawrence Press): https://blacklawrencepress.com/books/killing-it/ K-Ming Chang: https://www.kmingchang.com/about Molasses Books (Bushwick): https://www.instagram.com/molassesbooks/ Thank you for listening to The Chapbook!Noah Stetzer is on Twitter @dcNoahRoss White is on Twitter @rosswhite You can find all our episodes & contact us with your chapbook questions & suggestions here: https://bullcitypress.com/the-chapbook/Bull City Press website https://bullcitypress.comBull City Press on Twitter https://twitter.com/bullcitypress Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bullcitypress/ and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bullcitypress 

Beyond Coding
Cloud Security Podcast behind the scenes with Shilpi Bhattacharjee & Ashish Rajan

Beyond Coding

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 50:38


This episode was recorded within minutes of me meeting Shilpi & Ashish from the Cloud Security Podcast in-person. They were in Amsterdam for a conference and swung by to make this happen.

Glad Tidings PJ - Audio Sermons
The Mission Glad Tidings Of Good Things - Rev Benedict Rajan | 17 OCTOBER 2021 | Mission Emphasis 1

Glad Tidings PJ - Audio Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 25:27


The Mission Glad Tidings Of Good Things - Rev Benedict Rajan | 17 OCTOBER 2021 | Mission Emphasis 1 by GTPJ Media

Mindset with Muscle
Stoicism and Bananas with Dr Karan Rajan

Mindset with Muscle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 45:18


In this episode, I speak to Dr Karan Rajan and talk about all things Instagram, Stoicism and why we are 70% Banana! Being a surgeon, Dr Karan works long hours but has still managed to commit to content creation and grow and audience of over 5 million followers!

NewSpace India
Indian Space History Memory Monologues - Y S Rajan

NewSpace India

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 80:17


Y. S. Rajan is a physicist by training. He has made key contributions to space research, technology and applications since 1964 and continues to be an expert on space matters. As scientific secretary, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), he was responsible for a combination of scientific, technical, administrative, planning, policy and international cooperation matters from 1976 to 1988. Since then, he has held various other positions of responsibility related to science and technology, and academia. He was vice-chancellor, Punjab Technology University from 2002-04. Rajan has written on a variety of subjects, including science, technology, business, youth, leadership, social and ethical issues, and several poetry books in Tamil and English. He co-wrote the books India 2020 and The Scientific Indian with A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Rajan is currently Dr Vikram Sarabhai Distinguished Professor at ISRO Headquarters in Bangalore.This is a project by Spaceport SARABHAI (S2) to capture anecdotes of people who have contributed to the development of India's space program. S2 is India's 1st dedicated Space think tank that aspires to be global, collaborative, and inclusive. More about S2 - http://www.spaceportsarabhai.org/White paper on Indian supplier landscape: “Driving innovation in the Indian space sector using digital technologies”Discover how Dassault Systèmes can help New Space companies achieve fast, sustainable innovation: The New Frontier of Satellite Technology 3D Perspective on New Space, new horizons Support the NewSpace India podcast by becoming a Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/newspaceindiaWant to keep in touch with the NewSpace India community? Do join us on Discordhttps://discord.gg/WRJ8Yagb8TUniverse by Sappheiros https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusicCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Shaye Ganam
UCP leadership race: Rajan Sawhney

Shaye Ganam

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 13:18


Rajan Sawhney, UCP leadership candidate, MLA for Calgary—North East 

Hail To The District Podcast
Washington's Defense Is Dismantled By The Detroit Lions (Episode 127)

Hail To The District Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 19:41


HTTD's Rajan Nanavati drops a solo episode, recapping Washington's loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday. First, he discusses how Detroit's game plan to relentlessly pressure Carson Wentz and Washington's offensive line clearly worked as intended (2:10). Then on to the main course: screaming about the continued incompetence of Jack Del Rio as a defensive coordinator (6:56) and Rajan's unending hatred of Bobby McCain (9:29). He ends the episode identifying the handful of key plays that spelled doom for Washington (12:45), and preparing for the looming disaster of facing the offense of the Philadelphia Eagles (17:20).

Kevin McCullough Radio
Featuring Rajan Mathews; President Of Alliance University On A New Name Change For His Institution

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 7:00


Featuring Rajan Mathews; President Of Alliance University On A New Name Change For His Institution by Kevin McCullough Radio

The End Up
Friday

The End Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 21:58 Very Popular


EPISODE 6: Dr. Rajan says goodbye. Ms. Gabby drives Benji and Jacob home. THE END UP is produced by Esmail Corp in association with USG Audio and QCode Media. Written, directed and executive produced by Will Weggel and Danny Luber. Executive produced by Sam Esmail, Chad Hamilton, and David Wiener. Produced by Sarah Matte and Gregg Tilson. JACOB - Himesh PatelBENJI - John ReynoldsMS. GABBY - Merritt WeverDR. RAJAN - Marianne Jean-Baptiste ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCES BY: Michael Liu, Tim True, Luis Fernandez-Gil, and Arash Aiinehsazian.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Big Brains
The Imbalance In Our Society With Raghuram Rajan

Big Brains

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 25:40


Hello Big Brains listeners! Our podcast is coming up on an important milestone … our 100th episode! As part of the month-long celebration, we're looking back at some of our favorite episodes—highlighting a different world-changing idea or discovery each week. This week, we look back at our episode with UChicago economist, Raghuram Rajan. He became infamous for predicting the 2008 financial collapse three years before it happened. Rajan says that there are three pillars in our society: the state, the markets and the community. In his new book, he traces the history of how the state and markets have grown, while the community has weakened. He says these pillars need to be brought back to an equilibrium in order to address many of the global issues we face today.

RANDOM Talks
Scientist Shakti Soundar Rajan

RANDOM Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 63:32


In this episode, podcast regulars Sabaree & Chriznill talk about the filmography of Tamil director Shakti Soundar Rajan & ofcourse some somma stuff

The End Up
Thursday Night

The End Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 27:34 Very Popular


EPISODE 5: Ms. Gabby, Benji, and Jacob look for solutions in Malibu. Dr. Rajan hears something.THE END UP is produced by Esmail Corp in association with USG Audio and QCode Media. Written, directed and executive produced by Will Weggel and Danny Luber. Executive produced by Sam Esmail, Chad Hamilton, and David Wiener. Produced by Sarah Matte and Gregg Tilson. JACOB - Himesh PatelBENJI - John ReynoldsMS. GABBY - Merritt WeverDR. RAJAN - Marianne Jean-Baptiste ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCES BY: Michael Liu and Luis Fernandez-Gil.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Freedom Pact
#252: Dr Karan Rajan - Inside The Mind of An NHS Surgeon

Freedom Pact

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 65:16


Dr Karan Rajan is an NHS surgeon, clinical Lecturer at Sunderland University and social media influencer with more than 5 million social media followers. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving us a 5* review and subscribing to us. It really helps! Links: https://freedompact.co.uk/newsletter​ (Healthy, Wealthy & Wise Newsletter) https://instagram.com/freedompact​ https://twitter.com/freedompactpod Follow Dr Karan: https://www.instagram.com/drkaranrajan https://www.youtube.com/c/DrKaran https://twitter.com/drkaranrajan

Hail To The District Podcast
2022 Washington Commanders Season Preview, Part 1 -- Defense (Episode 124)

Hail To The District Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 56:51


With the advent of the 2022 NFL season, HTTD's Rajan Nanavati and Pat Rice reconvene for their annual two-part preview of the professional football team in Washington (now known as the Commanders). In Part 1, they discuss the defense. They start with the secondary, including Rajan's irrational disdain for one of Washington's starters at the spot (3:03) and the top heavy but thin-on-depth cornerback spot (10:57). Next up is linebacker, in which they discuss the baffling trend of that position remaining the worst group on the team (22:40). Then they move onto the defensive line, talking about Montez Sweat being primed for a monster season after all the adversity he dealt with last year (33:17), DaRon Payne (maybe) still having long-term potential to remain in Washington as he also looks primed for a huge year (37:38), and if former defensive line coach Sam Mills was the reason that Matt Ioannidis left Washington. Finally, they wrap things up with a discussion of the lack of schematic diversity from Jack Del Rio (aka Dustup Del Rio aka MAGA Jack), and whether he finds himself on the hot seat at the end of the 2022 season (47:02).

The Frequency Shifters Show
S2E5 -Sacred Geometry, the Design of Everything with Sheetal Rajan

The Frequency Shifters Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 62:53


S2E5 -Sacred Geometry, the Design of Everything with Sheetal Rajan Join Corene Summers, founder of Artisan Farmacy and Reiki Master, and her cohost Alex Terranova, founder of DreamMason and Author of Fictional Authenticity, as they sit down with Sheetal Rajan. Sheetal Rajan is an International Transformation Coach, Sacred Geometry Philosopher, and Corporate Keynote Speaker, Along with being a certified Quantum Healer, Theta Practitioner, and Reiki Master, Sheetal is also an enigmatic speaker with a captivating personality. Her research in Sacred Geometry and its connection to human consciousness helps activate seekers in raising their vibration and unlocking abundance in their lives. Sheetal uses her knowledge of Sacred Geometry and her quantum abilities to reengineer the human energy field. She guides clients to heal themselves from psychological blocks, illnesses, and even chronic conditions, so they can enjoy a more fulfilled and happy life; as well as evolve their consciousness.  On this episode we discuss: -Sacred Geometry, the intricate design of everything -How sacred geometry appears everywhere -Frequency and sound are products of geometry -The Golden Ratio -The Big Bang as a frequency and sound -Sacred shapes exist everywhere and in all faiths -Quantum healing -There are two worlds, low vibes, and high vibes, and the choice is yours -How trauma keeps giving -Triggers, are you best teachers -Lessons will repeat themselves until you learn from them You can connect witth Sheetal Rajan on here: Website: www.thesacredbeing.com Instagram: @the.sacred.being Facebook: @thesacredbeing7 TikTok: @thesacredbeing You can connect with Corene Summers here: Website: www.artisanfarmacy.com Instagram: @artisanfarmacy You can connect with Alex Terranova here: Website: www.TheDreamMason.com Instagram: @InspirationalAlex Corene Summers is a Reiki Master, Meditation, & Mindfulness Coach. Business Coach for Conscious Entrepreneurs. Chakra & Energy Healer. Holistic Wellness Coach. Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist© Champion of the Good in Humanity. Alex Terranova is a Personal and Professional Performance Alchemist & Coach, author of Fictional Authenticity, and podcast host named 40 over 40 in podcasting by podcast magazine who works with men whose achievements and financial successes have not created the rewarding, joyful, and fulfilling life and business they desire. He is also the Host of The DreamMason Podcast, Co-Host of The Coaching Show Podcast, and Co-Creator of Your Love Adventure. ***Intro & outro music provided by sound healer Jay Talor. Jay is the Founder of Current Vibrations (http://www.currentvibrations.com/) and Director of the Ahimsa School of Sound Healing (https://ahimsaschoolofsoundhealing.com/)

EMPIRE LINES
The Dark Dancer, Balachandra Rajan (1958)

EMPIRE LINES

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 17:58


Dr. Nalini Iyer rereads South Indian and diasporic experiences of Partition, through Balachandra Rajan's 1958 novel, The Dark Dancer. Born in British India but educated at Cambridge University, V. S. Krishnan finally returns to his home country on the eve of its independence in 1947. But after many years cut off from his family and culture, this South Indian civil servant has become a typical colonial product - the 'brown-skinned Englishman' and bureaucrat idealised by the likes of Lord Macauley. Krishnan's relationships with women reveal other Indias - of Gandhian independence and Hindu nationalism - that he has never known. Witnessing the bewilderment and gendered violence of the Long Partition through the eyes of the civil servant, writer Balachandra Rajan explores how the colonial experience caused existential identity crises. Drawing from his indirect experience, Rajan's novel platforms the perspectives of those diasporic South Indians, seemingly unaffected by the civil conflict, and how Britain too was irrevocably changed by the imperial experience. Part of EMPIRE LINES' Partition Season, marking the 75 year anniversary of the Partition of British India in August 1947, which led to the formation of India and Pakistan. Listen to the other episode with Dr. Sonal Khullar. PRESENTER: Dr. Nalini Iyer, Professor of English at Seattle University and Editor-in-Chief of South Asian Review. ART: The Dark Dancer, Balachandra Rajan (1958). IMAGE: 'Balachandra Rajan'. SOUNDS: G. Las. PRODUCER: Jelena Sofronijevic. Follow EMPIRE LINES at: twitter.com/jelsofron/status/1306563558063271936 Support EMPIRE LINES on Patreon: patreon.com/empirelines

The Wright Show
How the Ukraine War Ends (Robert Wright & Rajan Menon)

The Wright Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 60:00 Very Popular


Rajan walks through three ways the war could end ... Assessing Ukraine's and Russia's military aims ... The causes and consequences of Ukraine's optimism ... What might weaken Ukrainian and western resolve? ... How America's toxic political discourse prolongs the war ... Does Biden have a plan? ... Do we understand Putin's motivation ... Will Putin accept anything short of taking the entire Donbas? ...

Bloggingheads.tv
How the Ukraine War Ends (Robert Wright & Rajan Menon)

Bloggingheads.tv

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 60:00


Rajan walks through three ways the war could end ... Assessing Ukraine's and Russia's military aims ... The causes and consequences of Ukraine's optimism ... What might weaken Ukrainian and western resolve? ... How America's toxic political discourse prolongs the war ... Does Biden have a plan? ... Do we understand Putin's motivation ... Will Putin accept anything short of taking the entire Donbas? ...

RadioBio
Dr. Kanaka Rajan: Computational Neuroscience

RadioBio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 15:53


We are still discovering the mysteries of the brain and one way to do that is to use tools such as computers. On this episodes of RadioBio, we speak with Dr. Kanaka Rajan, a computational neuroscientists at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Crashing the War Party
Three ways the Ukraine War could end but may not, with Rajan Menon

Crashing the War Party

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 38:41


After four months the war is grinding on with Russia gaining territory in the east, day by day. Scholar and author Rajan Menon joins the show this week to talk about the ways this could end: De facto partitioning? Neutrality with sweeteners? A new Russia? In the first segment, Kelley and Dan talk about the bullet that killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Aklheh in May. A U.S. forensic investigation found this week that the bullet indeed came from an Israeli Defense Forces gun, but also determined it was "unintentional." How do they know? We'll discuss.More from Rajan Menon:How can the war in Ukraine end? Let’s count the ways — Responsible Statecraft, 6/28/22The war in Ukraine has entered a new, and more difficult, phase — The Guardian (w/ Daniel DePetris), 6/23/22The U.S. Can’t Force the Rest of the World to Support Ukraine. Here’s Why — Politico (w/ Daniel DePetris), 5/25/22How to Make Peace With Putin: The West Must Move Quickly to End the War in Ukraine — Foreign Affairs (w/ Thomas Graham), 3/21/22 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit crashingthewarparty.substack.com

The James Smith Podcast
#78 Dr Karan Rajan - Balancing Millions of Social Media Followers & Being a NHS Surgeon At The Same Time

The James Smith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 91:29


Guys don't miss this epidsode with Dr Karan Rajan - also on YouTube Find him on your favourite social media channel his content is AWESOME! James @dr.karanr Tiktok

Security Unfiltered
Live at RSA with Ashish Rajan

Security Unfiltered

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 51:20


In this episode we went to RSA and spoke with Ashish Rajan who is the host of the Cloud Security Podcast. We talk about all things cloud security in this episode.  We had a great conversation and I hope everyone enjoys it! If you enjoy the podcast please go leave a review on the platform you listen, like it & share the podcast. You can also follow the podcast on social media at the links below.Follow the Podcast on Social Media!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/secunfpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SecUnfPodcastPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/SecurityUnfilteredPodcastAshish's Links:https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashishrajan/https://cloudsecuritypodcast.tv/Support the show

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs
Refrigerant Changes Coming & The Helix w/ Emerson

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 46:23 Very Popular


Rajan Rajendran and Jennifer Butsch from Emerson join the podcast to discuss the Helix and some refrigerant changes that are coming. Jennifer is the Director of Regulatory Affairs, and Rajan is the Global Vice President for Environmental Sustainability and former director of the Emerson Helix. Lately, there have been more environmental efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and plenty of large corporations have “net zero” initiatives. Sustainability requires a holistic, systemic approach in our industry; the Helix Innovation Center conducts the research needed for us to handle these sustainability initiatives as effectively and safely as possible. However, the sustainability initiatives frustrate a lot of technicians. There will likely be multiple refrigerant transitions as our industry progresses. Education and knowledge provided by manufacturers and HVAC organizations will be the key to smooth transitions. Many of the replacement refrigerants, including R-32 and R-454B, are A2Ls. These mildly flammable refrigerants have different handling, transportation, and charging procedures than what we're used to. However, we are unlikely to see changes in oils; POE and PVE oil will likely remain dominant in the market. Eventually, we may see more GWP changes. We would also be prudent to focus on preventing and rectifying equipment leaks. Proper maintenance will help us navigate current and possible future changes. Rajan, Jennifer, and Bryan also discuss: The AIM Act and HFC reduction in 2024 GWP-limit petitions in HVAC vs. refrigeration Refrigerants that manufacturers are embracing Refrigerant testing processes Natural refrigerants The weight of refrigerants vs. the weight of air Evaporator coil manufacturing and leakage Built-in leak detection Refrigerant pricing   To learn more about these coming refrigerant changes, check out the AHRI Safe Refrigerant Transition Task Force's resources HERE or Emerson's E360 Platform HERE. If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE.

Its Personal Podcast
#ItsPersonal Podcast IV. 112.Jyoti Rajan Gopal talks new books, NYC, and family :-)

Its Personal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 34:14


Jyoti Rajan Gopal is a writer, mom and Kindergarten teacher. Growing up, she lived in Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, India and China. Twenty-eight years ago, she moved to New York and now lives in Yonkers in a quirky old Victorian, with her husband and two daughters. Her favorite place in the house is the wrap around porch where she loves to gather with family or friends, read, write and drink coffee. Jyoti talks about her course with the Writing Barn (see link below), living in many different countries, family values, education, and new books! Jyoti, is such a treasure to the world. Listen to her share her story on Its Personal Podcast. Website: https://www.jyotirajangopal.com/about.html Writing Barn: https://thewritingbarn.com/class/perfecting-the-picture-book-i-with-jyoti-gopal/jyoti-6-week-class-graphics-square-3/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jyotirgopal/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/JyotiGopal

Built Revolution Podcast
Energy Miniseries (Ep. 2) | Sabrina Rajan (McDermott)

Built Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 23:46


In episode 2 of our Energy Evolution Miniseries, Clark Ellis discusses McDermott's vision for ESG and sustainability with Sabrina Rajan, Director of Sustainability for McDermott. During the discussion, Sabrina provides an overview of McDermott's emission reduction targets for Scope 1, 2, and 3, as well as touches on how McDermott is working on decarbonizing construction and building pathways to a net-zero carbon future.

Built Revolution Podcast
Energy Miniseries (Ep. 2) | Sabrina Rajan (McDermott)

Built Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 23:46


In episode 2 of our Energy Evolution Miniseries, Clark Ellis discusses McDermott's vision for ESG and sustainability with Sabrina Rajan, Director of Sustainability for McDermott. During the discussion, Sabrina provides an overview of McDermott's emission reduction targets for Scope 1, 2, and 3, as well as touches on how McDermott is working on decarbonizing construction and building pathways to a net-zero carbon future.

Picturebooking
Jyoti Rajan Gopal – American Desi

Picturebooking

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 65:19


Host Nadia Salomon chats with author Jyoti Rajan Gopal about the picture book, American Desi, illustrated by Supriya Kelkar. American Desi is a poetic story that celebrates being bicultural. On today's show, they discuss straddling multiple worlds and choosing to embrace all their fantastic colors!

DevSec For Scale Podcast
Cybersecurity Advocacy w/ Ashish Rajan, cloudsecuritypodcast.tv

DevSec For Scale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 32:45


If you could create a cybersecurity advocacy position, what would it look like? In this latest episode of the DevSec for Scale Podcast, Ashish Rajan, CISO at PageUp People and host of the Cyber Security Podcast (cybersecuritypodcast.tv), talks with Jeremy about why cybersecurity needs advocates the way developers have. He also speaks about the how a cybersecurity and cloud security advocacy program could help the industry immensely.

The Last Wicket
Cricket in Nepal with Rajan Shah

The Last Wicket

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 45:13


Rajan Shah (@momocricket) joins The Last Wicket to talk all things Nepal cricket. We discuss the structure of domestic cricket in Nepal, the case for longer format competitions, the scope for improved administration of the game, rising stars to look out for and much more. Links Rajan Shah (@momocricket) / Twitter Home - Momocricket --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lastwicket/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lastwicket/support

Creative Audios.in
Prisoner's Daughter | Audio Drama | Rajan V Kokkuri | Ajay Tambe

Creative Audios.in

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 20:19


Based on True Story Events of Prisoner's Daughter , a 11 year old girl Swati Who discovers that her father is still alive!!

Creative Audios.in
Interview with Writer of Prisoner's Daughter - Indian Novelist Rajan V Kokkuri | Ajay Tambe

Creative Audios.in

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 31:50


We got you Interview with Writer of our Upcoming Audio Drama ' Prisoner's Daughter' Rajan V Kokkuri . Prisoner's Daughter Releasing on 22nd May ! Connect with us : @podcastaudios on Social Platforms. Link : https://taplink.cc/podcastaudios . Instagram : https://instagram.com/podcastaudios?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=. Author shares about Him : After being uploaded on Muscat Arts' Facebook page, my first Malayalam audio story, "AMMAKU VENDI (FOR MOTHER)," became a hit. I also routinely contribute to 'Quora,' which has more than 173000 views, and 'TripAdvisor,' which has more than 10300 views. I Remain Forever Yours, my first audio story, is now available worldwide. I'd want to hear from my audience. Many of the stories have been turned into audio stories by Youtubers all over the world. I've also won a few awards. My debut novel, 'I Remain Forever Yours,' was named one of the "Top 100 Debut Novels-2019" in a survey conducted by LiteraturesLight and Criticspace. I've also won the Delhi Poem Slam's weekly poetry competition three times. . Contact Rajan V Kokkuri Email v.kokkuri.rajan@gmail.com Instagram : @ rajan_vkokkuri Twitter: @ RAJANvKOKKURI Facebook: @ rajanvilakupadathkokkuri My 4 books are available through the below links: https://www.amazon.in/dp/9389113997/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_Y3ZK965V3H55T9MRAV6N https://www.amazon.in/dp/8194564131/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_S22T2JTVM4SV99PSENQH https://www.amazon.in/dp/8194807360/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_NWBEDHK1613Z2YDNSZDZ https://www.amazon.in/dp/B09SBR133G/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_5Q2NHW94PC8M77BX6384 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creativecellsaudios.in/support

Here Wee Read
50 - American Desi: Jyoti Rajan Gopal and Supriya Kelkar

Here Wee Read

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 49:58


Jyoti Rajan Gopal is a writer, mom, and Kindergarten teacher. Growing up, she lived in Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, India, and China. Twenty-eight years ago, she moved to New York and now lives in Yonkers in a quirky old Victorian, with her husband and two daughters. Her favorite place in the house is the wrap around porch where she loves to gather with family or friends, read, write, and drink coffee.Supriya is an author, illustrator, and screenwriter who grew up in the Midwest, where she learned Hindi as a child by watching three Hindi movies a week. Winner of the New Visions Award for her middle grade novel AHIMSA, (Tu Books, 2017), Supriya has worked on the writing teams for several Hindi films and she is the author of several middle grade and picture books.Purchase American Desi here.Connect with Charnaie online in the following places:Blog: http://hereweeread.comPersonal Website: charnaiegordon.comPodcast Email Address: hereweereadpodcast@gmail.comFind Charnaie on the following social media platforms under the username @hereweeread: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest.Feel free to share this podcast on your social media platforms to help spread the word to others. Thanks for listening!

The Great Trials Podcast
GTP CLASSIC | Robin Frazer Clark | Marshall Fox, Individually and as Administrator of the Estate of Jayne B. Fox v. Emory Healthcare, Inc., The Emory Clinic, Inc., et. al. | $2.35 million verdict

The Great Trials Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 76:04


This week we're replaying a classic GTP episode where your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Robin Frazer Clark of The Law Firm of Robin Frazer Clark, P.C. (https://www.gatriallawyers.net/)   Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review   Episode Details: Former State Bar of Georgia President Robin Frazer Clark explains how she secured justice for the only son of 75-year-old Jayne Fox, a woman who suffered a traumatic vocal cord injury during intubation for a lung biopsy, causing Jayne to suffer post-surgical aspiration pneumonia and leading to her death. Admitted to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for a biopsy of a spot on her lung, Jayne was initially intubated with equipment that was much too large for her petite 97 lb., 5-foot frame. Following the surgery, nurses observed Jayne having difficulty clearing secretions, and an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist found abnormalities indicating aspiration pneumonia.  However, the ENT and nurses failed to report their observations to the attending physician, Dr. Roy Rajan, who also failed to properly supervise Jayne's medical care or visit her in person. As a result, Jayne's treatment plan was not adjusted to treat her condition, and she passed away at Emory University Hospital nearly six weeks after her surgery. Despite the defense's attempts to blame Jayne's age, her son and the rarity of her post-operation condition, a Dekalb County, Georgia jury returned a verdict of $2,350,000 in damages against Emory Clinic and Dr. Rajan.   Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents   Guest Bio: Robin Frazer Clark Robin Frazer Clark is the owner and founder of the law firm of Robin Frazer Clark, P.C., and has practiced law in Georgia for 31 years. Ms. Clark devotes her practice exclusively to plaintiff's personal injury.  Her motto is “A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats.” She is the Co-host of the podcast “See You In Court.”  Ms. Clark was sworn in as the Fiftieth President of the State Bar of Georgia on June 2, 2012, only the second woman ever to serve as President of the State Bar of Georgia and served as President of the 45,000-member association in 2012-2013.  One of Ms. Clark's initiatives she created while President is the State Bar of Georgia's Suicide Prevention Campaign, “How to Save a Life.”   Ms. Clark is a Past President of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA), also only the second woman in the organization's history to lead GTLA.  Ms. Clark is a Past President of The Lawyers Club of Atlanta (LCA), in which she has been a member for over 25 years. Ms. Clark is the only person ever to have served as President of all three of those professional associations, the State Bar of Georgia, GTLA and Lawyers Club of Atlanta.  Ms. Clark is a Fellow of the International Society of Barristers (ISOB) whose membership is by invitation only and which is dedicated to the preservation of trial by jury, the adversary system and an independent judiciary. ISOB founders conceived the organization to bring together the best of the trial bar in a setting devoid of partisan interests. Ms. Clark also serves on the Board of Directors of the ISOB Foundation.  Ms. Clark is an Associate of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a National professional association dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the right to trial by jury as guaranteed by the 7th Amendment to the United States Constitution.  Ms. Clark is also a member of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (GAWL), and a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America (LCA), a trial lawyer honorary society composed of less than one-half of one percent of American lawyers. She is a Past Chair of the Atlanta Bar Association Litigation Section.  Ms. Clark serves on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Civil Justice Foundation (GCJF) and previously served on the Board of Directors of the Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency (CCLC). Ms. Clark previously served on the Board of Directors for the Commission on Dispute Resolution, on the Board of Directors of the Institute for Continuing Judicial Education (ICJE), the Board of Directors of the Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) and the Board of Directors for the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism (CJCP).  She is also a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) and a member of the American Bar Association (ABA).  Ms. Clark has previously served on the State Bar of Georgia Office of General Counsel's Investigative Panel and the Review Panel. Ms. Clark has testified extensively before the Georgia General Assembly on issues as far ranging as the discriminatory effect of caps on damages, the detrimental impact of the proposed elimination of vicarious liability in Georgia, the Juvenile Justice Reform Legislation, signed into law in 2013 by Governor Deal, and the elimination of the assignability of legal malpractice claims.  Ms. Clark served on the Georgia General Assembly Bicameral Evidence Code Committee that was responsible for drafting the Georgia Evidence Code that was passed and signed into law in 2011 and went into effect in January 2013. Through her advocacy on behalf of Georgia citizens with the Georgia Legislature, she has built strong relationships with numerous Legislators and has worked to promote the cause of justice and protect the constitutional rights of all Georgia citizens. Ms. Clark received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Vanderbilt University in 1985 and received her Juris Doctor from Emory University School of Law in 1988. Ms. Clark has been extensively published.  As President of the State Bar of Georgia she had 162 articles published in 84 different publications, with a total circulation of 3,122,569. Clark is the author of “Who's Your Neighbor? Our Moral Obligation to Discuss Mental Health with Our Peers,” Verdict Magazine, Winter 2018; “I'd Rather See a Sermon,” Verdict Magazine, Fall 2016; Building a Connection: Saving the Life of Your Fellow Lawyer, Daily Report, August 2016; “ARE YOU OKAY? ”The Most Important Conversation No One Wants to Have, Atlanta Bar Association Magazine, March 2015; “Realizing the Dream of Equality for All,”  Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 18, No. 7, June 2013; State Bar's Suicide Prevention Campaign Tells ‘How to Save a Life,' Daily Report, September 2013;“All I Really Know About Professionalism I Learned in Golf,”  Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 18, No. 6, April 2013;  “Decisions Are Made By Those Who Show Up,”  Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 18, No. 5, February 2013; “How To Save a Life,”  Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 18, No. 4, December 2012; “Legal Trailblazers:  Women in Leadership,”  Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2, October 2012; “Sharing the Abundance and Lifting All Boats,”  Georgia Bar Journal, Vol. 18, No. 1, August 2012;   There is No Me Without You~Don Keenan:  The Road to Serendipity, a Passion for Children, Verdict Magazine, Winter 2011;  There is No Me Without You~Pressing On for a Cure: Patrick Chance's Story, Verdict Magazine, Winter 2009;   Voir Dire: It's Elementary, My Dear Watson, Verdict Magazine, Winter 2009; There You Go Again:  Other Similar Incidents in Medical Malpractice Cases (A Case Study of Bean v. Northeast Georgia Medical Center), Verdict Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 3, Fall/Winter 2004, Essential Tools for Overcoming Trial Fear, Trial Excellence, Advanced Trial Tactics for Attorneys,  May 2001 and Closing Argument Tips: Compensatory and Punitive Damages, Trial Excellence, Tactics, Legal Updates & Samples, September 2001. Ms. Clark is admitted to the State and Superior Courts of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the Northern and Middle Districts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.  Ms. Clark has tried over 70 jury trials and has argued before Georgia appellate courts over 40 times.  Ms. Clark has given numerous speeches for the State Bar of Georgia, the Institute of Continuing Legal Education of Georgia and for the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, has appeared on The Layman's Lawyer on Atlanta Public Television on the issue of products liability and has appeared on Leyes Cotidianas or Everyday Law on Georgia Public Television on the issue of harmful change of Georgia Civil Justice System in 2005. Ms. Clark has served as volunteer counsel for The Carter Center program “Not Even One Child's Death by a Firearm is Acceptable or Inevitable”, the Georgia Council for the Hearing Impaired and the Atlanta Bar Foundation's Truancy Intervention Project. Ms. Clark is also a volunteer lawyer with Civil Lawyers Against World Sex Slavery (CLAWSS).  Ms. Clark is married to William T. Clark, Director of Political Affairs for Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.  They have two children, Chastain “Chaz”, age 25, and Alexandria “Alex”, age 22.  Chaz is a graduate of Georgia College and State University and is attending graduate school at Georgia Institute of Technology's School of Architecture. Alex is a graduate of the University of Georgia, where she was Captain of the UGA Rowing Team and is now a 2L at the University of Georgia School of Law. Ms. Clark is a member of Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church on the beautiful Emory University Campus.  Ms. Clark is an avid golfer, carrying a 19 handicap. You may read more about Ms. Clark on her website, www.gatriallawyers.net, or her blog, www.atlantainjurylawyerblog.com.  You may reach Ms. Clark also at robinclark@gatriallawyers.net and follow her on Twitter @robinfclark. Read Full Bio   Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services -LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton, LLP - hlmlawfirm.com   Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2