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Seattle News, Views, and Brews
2021 Episode 40: Post-Election Changes, Budget Update, Helmet Law Vote Delayed, Rent Control, Redistricting Redux

Seattle News, Views, and Brews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 29:35


Learn about the latest in local public affairs in about the time it takes for a coffee break! Brian Callanan of Seattle Channel and Kevin Schofield of Seattle City Council Insight take a deep dive into the post-election power shuffle within the Council and Mayor's office. Plus, an update on the city budget process, a delay in a controversial helmet law vote for the King County Board of Health, a redistricting plan, and more! Also, Kevin and Brian debate: are pancakes a finger food? If you like this podcast, please support us on Patreon! 

Probably True Podcast
Snog [Redux]

Probably True Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 10:03


My brain is a bit mushy, so here's an episode from the archives on how to be a better kisser.SNOG:Slobber. Bad breath. A tongue like a malfunctioning blender. Drawing on my depressingly wide experience of bad kissers, I explain how to not be one yourself. OR: How to snog someone without choking them with your tongue.---Stories of queer life and even queer-er sex. The repeatedly award-winning, slightly filthy storytelling project tackling LGBTQ issues in a fun and engaging way. Created to remind all of our queer siblings that we are none of us alone.Much like its creator, it's a smutty-but-charming collection of personal misadventures working to make the world a better place, one silly, sexy story at a time. For early access, exclusive content, stickers and more, support Probably True on Patreon at Patreon.com/ProbablyTrue Transcripts, story submissions, and all things Probably True can be found at ProbablyTruePodcast.com Some fool on Twitter: @ScottFlashheart See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Oct. 31, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "Vote for......?????" *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Oct. 20, 2019 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 61:30


--{ "Vote for......????? "We're on Par with China using Techniques Coercive, Total Surveillance on All in The Great Collective."© Alan Watt}-- Original Broadcast Oct. 20, 2019 - News is Presented with Sides to Choose From - The Dialectic Technique - People are Militarized into a Cause - Given a Fictitious History as Your Nations Rulers or Leaders Go Across the World Pillaging Resources - The Scottish Pipe Band - Culloden; Highland Clearing, Genocide; Forbidden to Wear Clan Tartans or Speak Gaelic - Given the Version of Events You are Supposed to Accept; 9/11 - The Revolutionary Movement; Your Elected Leaders are Not the Bosses - Charles Galton Darwin's book, The Next Million Years; Ruled by Wild Men who haven't Been Indoctrinated - Given So-Called Geniuses to Follow - Christian Culture; No One was Higher Than God - In the Digital Age, You're Watching History Disappear - Everything Run by Science on Behalf of a Very Rich Elite - The Banking Collective of the World Bank, IMF, BIS, and Central Banks - Bring Down Standard of Living Under Various Guises such as Sustainability - Yuri Bezmenov - NATO - Grabbing Oil and Resources for Private Corporations - Dominant Minority - Surveillance by Government and Private Corporations; Orwell's 1984 - Religion Gave Purpose - China's Social Credit System - Long Ago, We had Rights but Now We Get Privileges - Behavioural Insights Teams (BIT) - Free Trade - China was Set Up by Those Who Ruled and Still Rule the West - EU, CFR, RIIA, Cecil Rhodes, Centralized Banking - Bertrand Russell Talked about Those Bright Children Who Might Be Brought into the Agenda - Agenda 21, Off the Land into the City - Bill Clinton and the Origin of Smart Cities - The First Thing Communists Do is Restrict Movement - Fairmount Line Bus Shelter Living Roof Initiative - NGOs, Soviet Rule by Councils - Google Tool for Cities to Measure Emissions - Nearly 100 City Mayors Announce Support of Global Green New Deal at C40 Summit - Car Free Zones in Glasgow - Australia, China, France, U.S., Canada Use of Facial Recognition - Locksley Hall, Alfred, Lord Tennyson - Managed with Left/Right Politics or You'd Have to Have Revolutions. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Oct. 20, 2019 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Art of Darkness
Pamela Colman Smith Redux with Elizabeth Foley O’Connor

Art of Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 56:44


Professor and biographer Elizabeth Foley O'Conner joins the podcast to talk about the life and work of Pamela Colman Smith, illustrator of the ubiquitous tarot deck. Get extra "After Dark" episodes and more at: patreon.com/artofdarkpod efoconnor.com twitter.com/lizfoleyoconnor twitter.com/artofdarkpod twitter.com/bradkelly twitter.com/kevinkautzman

LCC Podcasts
LCC Podcast Week 53: The LCC Social Dilemma: Redux

LCC Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 65:57


For this week's episode, Kevin and Nate awake their sleepy eyes to discuss.... wait for it..... wait for it..... social media! Yes, we are going to talk about this for the 18th time but from some different perspectives. We also ask questions that we haven't necessarily addressed yet through the eyes of how Christians should view and approach social media. This is a good one folks! Give it a listen. Side note: In two weeks, we will take our podcast on the road to visit with Keith Wasserman, the founder of Good Works Inc. in Athens OH. That will definitely be one you don't want to miss! More information to come on that! God bless.

Catching Up On Cinema
Catching Up On Cinema Presents: Tales From the Shelf - A Collection of Cuts

Catching Up On Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 130:16


linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema It's once again time for Catching Up On Cinema's monthly, “Tales From the Shelf” episode! In this installment, Trevor is once again joined by his good buddy Brad from the Cinema Speak podcast to discuss “A Collection of Cuts”. Movies featured in this discussion include: Brad's Picks: Deep Red (1975) – International Cut Re-Animator (1985) – Integral Cut Midsommar (2019) - Director's Cut Black Sabbath (1963) – American Cut Doctor Sleep (2019) - Director's Cut Trevor's Picks: Fist of the North Star (1986) – Lost footage, alternate ending The Punisher (1989) – Unrated Cut Robocop (1987) – Unrated Cut The Guyver (1991) – Unrated Cut Mobile Suit Gundam Trilogy Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation Ghost in the Shell (1995) – 2.0 Edition Macross Plus – OVA and Movie Edition New Mobile Report Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz – OVA and Movie Edition Rambo: Last Blood (2019) – Extended Cut The Expendables (2010) – Extended Director's Cut Deadpool 2 (2018) – Super Duper Cut Apocalypse Now – Original, Redux and Final Cut The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone (2020) And make sure to stick around as the 2 wrap things up with a customary “Speed Round” of runner up films that didn't quite make the cut. Check out Brad's podcast, Cinema Speak on Libsyn at Cinema Speak, or on Twitterand Instagram. Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!

Shut Up and Refill My Popcorn
Episode 51: Trick or Treat Motherf%&ker! REDUX

Shut Up and Refill My Popcorn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 43:32


Two years ago I traded a single film review for a franchise review. This time I redo that franchise and review the film I had in mind front the beginning. I'm joined by Yankabilly aka the hitman to dive into 2002's Halloween Resurrection. So put on your jumpsuit and grab a full drink and be ready to play a drinking game (Secret word is paprika). Enjoy! Wanna watch this film? https://amzn.to/3pts2pa Check out https://shutuppopcorn.com Go Follow these awesome people on Twitter @BMS_Billy @BMS_Derek @BMS_Jared @BMS_DogPoop‪ ‬‪@BMS_VoiceGuy‪ @BMS_Aaron ‬‪@BMS_Daniel11 @keeblercholo39 @‪BastardProphet‬ @TitoisWild ‬ ‪@ViejaPastrano ‬ @1EverettAnthony @DosMasPorFavor @Eddie82G @troypac @BooBooKittys @Jcard812 @MemeMateoSA @Okie_Chad ‪@beanerbandito ‪@Mandos_Mundo ‬ ‪@momurda_eternal ‬@MikeDurband @Lil_Deb_man_210 @Rockysu11 @JRabbit55 @NYShaveGod Go check out the #NetworkFamilia on Twitter. Show some love and check them out! Theme Song Music: Moon Bay Site: https://icons8.com/music/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

This Week In Baseball History
Episode 224 (Redux) - From Worst To World Champions (with special guests Sam Gazdziak and Andrew Fefer)

This Week In Baseball History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 77:20


This is it. Mike and Bill's magnum opus. On the 30th anniversary of what many believe to be the greatest World Series of all time, Mike and Bill look back at the Twins team that cemented their friendship and their fandom and how they went from worst to first. Plus, happy birthday to Egyptian Healy and Pete Vuckovich!

Conversations in Close Protection
The Culture of Close Protection (Redux)

Conversations in Close Protection

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 99:01


What are your thoughts on culture within the industry? Let us know at protectiontalk@outlook.com.

Getting to Good Enough
Episode 179: The Problem with Labels (Redux)

Getting to Good Enough

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 42:14


We dipped into the archives for this episode, which originally aired on July 18, 2019. We think the advice is still solid! Labels on bins are great. Labels we give ourselves can be limiting. This week, Janine and Shannon talk about the problem with negative labels we apply to ourselves, along with the benefits of positive labels. We also discuss some of the labels  we're trying to shed in our own lives. Discussion topics include: • Words matter: By talking tendencies, not labels, we allow ourselves room for change • How Janine, who is naturally good at good enough, sometimes acts in a perfectionistic way • What should we call people who embrace good enough? (Good enoughers?) • That positive labels can be helpful, but negative ones are limiting • How our self-applied labels don't necessarily reflect reality (Shannon had run three marathons before she would call herself a real runner!) • How Shannon overcame a swimming phobia as a gift to herself for her 40th birthday • Thinking about which labels can be useful and which aren't helpful at all • The shift in Janine's thinking about her self-applied “messy” label • Labels Janine and Shannon hear from their clients • Just-in-time productivity versus procrastination • How if your label becomes your identity, it's something to explore (particularly if it's holding you back) • Janine's label as a “non-handy” person and her strategies for changing it • Shannon's label as someone with a bad memory and how she'd like to change that Check out the show notes at www.gettingtogoodenough.com for links!

The WP Minute
Jetpack settles back down to Earth

The WP Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 6:44


It's the WP Minute! This episode is brought to you by FooGallery, check out their latest WooCommerce integration to start selling images right through WooCommerce, head on over to Foo.Gallery for more information! You know how it goes, everything I mention here will be linked up in the newsletter and the blog post. Check out thewpminute.com for the links. In The News Robert Anderson provides the latest update for WordPress 5.9 on make.WordPress.org. Gutenberg 11.9 will be cut on November 3rd. The merge to Core for this release may be tricky and if you have time to help, they are looking for volunteers for this release. Sara Gooding over at WPTavern wrote a great article about how Jetpack is splitting out its commercial Backup feature into a standalone plugin that can be used without installing the core Jetpack plugin. The product was built with WooCommerce in mind so that you can restore a site to any past state while keeping orders and products in place. Just a reminder that this is a paid plugin and the backup feature is part of the long-term plan to make Jetpack more modular and less confusing. Gutenberg still continues to be at the top of the discussion Carlo Daniele, over at Kinsta wrote a detailed development tutorial on Building Custom Gutenberg Blocks.  If you find yourself lost in the huge amount of information that the WordPress Block Editor Handbook provides then this is a great tutorial for you to review. It helps you set up a development environment for Gutenberg Blocks. Just note you may still struggle with JavaScript, Node.js, React, and Redux and as a developer, you should have a good understanding of these. Another cool tutorial written by Joshua Dailey over at  Web3WP covers an experiment with Wapuu. The information is over on GitHub. Joshua covers how the first experiment includes four distinct web apps that work together for minting the generative NFT Wapuu collectibles. So if you're a developer interested in NFTs, you can start to build your own art NFT project by starting here. Justin Ferriman wrote a great post called Matt's Page Builder, where he talks about the block editor trying to be two things: a place to write, and a page builder. It seemed when Gutenberg was first released it would act more like a front-end page builder – but it was not that at all. Is Gutenberg the great editor replacement? This article led to several discussions about how the editor is “ok” for writing but seems like it’s a little forced as a tool that needs to be adopted for building and writing. Joe Casabona followed up with a blog post on how the Gutenberg editor has never really been the best place to write. At the risk of rubbing a lot of people the wrong way, he also falls into using the editor for quick posts which seems “good enough”. He presents several reasons why you should write somewhere else then send it to WordPress. You can customize your work, have local backups, write your piece once and publish everywhere. When Gutenberg matures as an editor it may make sense to use it for your own

Putting It Together
Liaisons – Sondheim Redux (with Colm Molloy)

Putting It Together

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 50:09


Everyone is saving the good wine for their own funeral right? Colm Molloy returns to discuss Madame Armfeldt's dalliances with the aristocracy. You can check out Colm on Twitter: https://twitter.com/colmmolloy_/Or Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/colmmolloy_/Or even his website here: http://colmmolloy.comYou can even listen to his music on:His Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/colmmolloyHis YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxq_yKV2rUiu9MEf8NyP2TgYou can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyrics, Finishing the Hat, by going here: https://amzn.to/2LB9ZJoWe are using three productions to frame our discussion of A Little Night Music.The Original Broadway Cast (1973) starring Glynis Johns, Len Cariou, Victoria Mallory, and Patricia Elliott.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/38p8FqJOr listen to it on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3pfFxIsOr buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2IjWfFtThe Wicked Witch of the West (Margaret Hamilton): https://youtu.be/5o6xFJB0JrYThe Broadway revival (2009) starring Catherine Zeta-Jones, Angela Lansbury, Alexander Hanson, and Ramona Mallory.You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/38qUEISOr listen to it on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36nTyuLOr buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3nm1h3JOur sponsors this week are: ATB Cares - https://www.atbcares.com - ATB Cares makes it easy for all Albertans to support the causes they care about. In addition to your donation ATB will match 20% of every dollar donated to to an annual limit of $360,000 to Alberta-based, non-religious charities. Eligible charities may receive up to $5,000 in matching per year. Individual donations qualify for a maximum donation match of $500. The Alberta Podcast Network - https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.com - They promote and support Alberta-made podcasts, and connect their audiences with Alberta-based businesses and organizations. Check out The Breakfast Dish here: https://thebreakfastdish.buzzsprout.com Send feedback to puttingittogetherpodcast@gmail.comPutting It Together is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comRecorded by Media Lab YYC. Media Lab is a production company. They help you tell your story. They do this by assisting in the creation of videos and podcasts. Find more information at: http://medialabyyc.comKeep up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Boca A Boca
Boca a Boca #65 - Praga Redux

Boca A Boca

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 3:11


Neste episódio, Patrícia Portela recorda o mergulho nas águas profundas da dramaturgia, rumo à descoberta de uma pérola: a Praga, companhia que esta semana põe Viseu a suster a respiração. "Boca a Boca" é o magazine radiofónico semanal do Teatro Viriato para ouvir em todo o lado, na Rádio Jornal do Centro (à quarta-feira, às 08h45 com repetição às 12h00 e às 18h10) e para ler também no site do Jornal do Centro e no Blogue do Teatro Viriato. A voz de um Teatro que vai à montanha porque não pode esquecer a mais elementar premissa de uma casa de espetáculos: a partilha. Boca a Boca podcast do Teatro Viriato Crónica «Praga redux» Patrícia Portela Apresentação Ana Filipa Rodrigues Fotografia Paulo Pacheco («MacBad» / Teatro Praga) Jingles Nuno Veiga e Virgílio Oliveira Edição Tomás Pereira Parceria Rádio Jornal do Centro Apoio BPI - Fundação “la Caixa” Produção Teatro Viriato O Teatro Viriato é uma estrutura financiada pela República Portuguesa - Cultura/ Direção-Geral das Artes e pelo Município de Viseu

PALMEMORDSPODDEN
PMP 15: Pinochets dödslista / Camila Astorga Díaz [redux]

PALMEMORDSPODDEN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 46:49


Detta klassiska avsnitt av Palmemordspodden publicerades första gången i maj 2013. Då löd beskrivningen så här:   "Avsnitt 15 av Palmemordspodden - en podcast om Palmemordet. Denna gång om en topplista man gärna undviker, nämligen Augusto Pinochets dödslista. Olof Palme ska ha stått med som enda icke-chilenska namn, vilket ju är trist för honom men kul for den svenska självkänslan. Veckans gäst Camila Astorga Díaz pratar om att ha motståndskrigare som föräldrar, om hur Chile handskas med diktaturens arv, och hur svenska bibliotek kan ha orsakat Palmemordet. Som första gäst i poddens historia så tror hon också på spåret i fråga. Bara en sån sak."   Prenumerera på PALMEMORDSPODDEN på underproduktion.se/pmp   Gå med i "PALMEMORDSPODDEN - eftersnack" på facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/226383862490223    

80's Underground Podcasts
Episode 63: 80s Underground Redux: 10.10.12

80's Underground Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 115:40


THE CHURCH – North South East West (Starfish) 1988THE SKIDS – Blood & Soil (Joy) 1981ICICLE WORKS – In The Cauldron Of Love (s/t) 1983TV21 – Something's Wrong (single) 1981AGENT ORANGE – Tearing Me Apart (This is the Voice) 1986BIG DRILL CAR – 5-Year Itch (Small Block EP) 1987THE MOOD – Watching Time (Singles Collection) 1982OMD – Georgia (Architecture & Morality) 1981MOEV – Madhatter (Zimmerkampf) 1982SKINNY PUPPY – One Time:One Place (Mind:The Perpetual Intercourse) 1986THE FALL – Big Now Prinz (12” single) 1988 *request*THE JAM – Boy About Town (Sound Affects) 1980BILLY BRAGG – Strange Things Happen (Brewing Up) 1984THE GO-BETWEENS – In the Core of the Flame (Liberty Belle & The Black Diamond Express) 1986DREAM SYNDICATE – Tell Me When It's Over (Days of Wine & Roses) 1982 *request*NOT SHAKESPEARE – Turnaround (s/t EP) 1986THE DOWNSIDERS – My Only Reply (s/t) 1987THE CHAMELEONS – Look Inwardly (What Does Anything…) 1985THE WAKE – O Pamela (Here Comes Everybody) 1985MAX EIDER – Quiet Lives (The Best Kisser in the World) 1987RAILWAY CHILDREN – A Gentle Sound (Reunion Wilderness) 1987THE SMITHS – Ask (single) 1987ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN – Clay (Porcupine) 1983SAD LOVERS & GIANTS – Sex Without Gravity (In The Breeze) 1984THE CHURCH – Volumes (Remote Luxury) 1984GRAPES OF WRATH – A Very Special Day (Treehouse) 1987R.E.M. – What If We Give It Away (Life's Rich Pageant) 1986DREAMS SO REAL – Victim (Rough Night in Jericho) 1988

Across The County Podcast
SEASON 2 EPISODE 53: MARC J. STOCKWELL-MONIZ - Unsung Heroes REDUX

Across The County Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 18:54


After a 15 year + hiatus from the show, Noah welcomes back Marc J. Stockwell-Moniz to "Across The County".  It's a reintroduction to Marc and his work "George Washington's Unsung Heroes".  The two will also discuss Marc's NEW book on the American Revolution, "Fog on the Hill" and the inspiration behind it.  With REAL division in America, Marc and Noah will also go over the importance of remembering, sharing, and embracing where we came from - the country's very founding.  To put The United States back on course it comes down to the proper education in history with our kids.   #TheUnitedStates #AmericanHistory #TheAmericanRevolution #GeorgeWashingtonsUnsungHeroes #FogOnTheHill See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Critical Nonsense
146! Relinquishing Power Redux

Critical Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 50:22


How do we teach each other how to relinquish our power? This week, Aaron, Joey and Jess return to topic of relinquishing power from Critical Nonsense Episode 124 and talk about DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion), loss aversion vs. creation, collective amplification, looking beyond recruiting, allyship, and collaboration. They don't talk about Aaron's dentist. references "Drogba (Joanna)", where Afro B wonders why Joanna is playing him like Didier Drogba, the superstar soccer/football player and mega-icon from Afro B's home country, Côte d'Ivoire. Aaron in Quartz: We need antiheroes in the boardroom to spark progress in the workplace Psychology Today: What Is Loss Aversion? Forbes: How Diversity And Innovation Drive Great Cultures In The Future Of Work McKinsey's report on women in the workplace Harper's Bazaar: The Diversity and Inclusion Industry Has Lost Its Way Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova

Zoo Crew Redux
Zoo Crew Redux Episode 28

Zoo Crew Redux

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 59:47


A little Halloween talk - worst jobs (like Zombie in Zombie Paintball) and some Nuggets, Avalanche and Broncos Talk. Sports chat starts 20 minutes in, if that's all you're here for - enjoy.

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
Episode 217 – The Senior Mindset with Swizec Teller

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 36:05


  Swizec is a software engineer, instructor, blogger, vlogger, conference speaker, and author. He has trained the engineering teams from multiple Fortune 500 companies on React, Redux, GraphQL, Serverless, and other modern web technologies.   Links https://swizec.com/ https://twitter.com/Swizec https://www.linkedin.com/in/swizec/ Resources Thinking in Bets Extreme Ownership https://seniormindset.com/ https://swizec.com/blog/what-makes-you-a-senior-software-engineer-anyway/ https://swizec.com/blog/why-senior-engineers-get-nothing-done/ "Tempting Time" by Animals As Leaders used with permissions - All Rights Reserved × Subscribe now! Never miss a post, subscribe to The 6 Figure Developer Podcast! Are you interested in being a guest on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast? Click here to check availability!  

United Reformed Church of Nampa
The Divine Service of Covenant Renewal, Redux

United Reformed Church of Nampa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 46:00


Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Oct. 24, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "Wild Men, Morally Unconventional, Rule from Outside the Box, Within Which we're Encased and They've the Keys to the Locks." *Dialogue Copyrighted

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 66:24


--{ "Wild Men, Morally Unconventional, Rule from Outside the Box, Within Which we're Encased and They've the Keys to the Locks."© Alan Watt}-- Original Broadcast Sept. 8, 2019 - This New Chapter is a Whole New Phase of Reality - 1940s, Computer would Be Used to Shape Behaviour on a World Scale - Public Unaware They're Being Nudged; Behavioural Insights Teams (BIT) and Nudge Units - Jeffrey Epstein, Scientific Communities, Cybernetics - Huge Organizations Above Politics - Fear (Climate Change, etc.) - Eugenics - Scientists Promoted as Stars Might Not Even have Real Scientific Qualifications - The Role of Intelligence Agencies - The CIA and its Involvement in Culture Creation - MI5 and MI6 - You're Not Supposed to Be Involved in Reality at All; You're Supposed to Be Involved in Your Social Credit System, Be Good - Programs that Contain a Virtual You - Everyone Must Be Predictable - Socialism; Fabian Society - Mao Tse-Tung; Uniformity - Mind Control - Mikhail Gorbachev, Socialistic Green Party Agenda - The Power of Mass Communication, Mass Psychology - Guilt and Obedience - Charles Galton Darwin, Elite Must Remain Wild; Promoting Promiscuity among the General Public, Lowering the IQ through Injections - The Public Should Be Hypersexed and on Drugs - Service Economies, U.N., Interdependence - The Super-Soma Stage - Chaos, Rations, Social Credit Score - MDMA (Ecstasy) to Treat PTSD - Movie, Urge, Probably Named after the Demiurge - Images are Biblical, Religious; You Imagine, Image In; the Image gets Stuck in the Mind; Movie, Urge; Orgy Clubs - New South Wales, Australia, A Third of the Prison Population has Hepatitis C. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Sept. 8, 2019 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Adafruit Industries
The Desk of Ladyada - Feather M4 Redux: Pink PCB Adalogger + STEMMA QT update

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 37:40


It is starting to get a bit chilly out, with beautiful fall weather. We've even switched from iced to hot coffees! We decided this week to take a look again at our favvy Feather, the M4 Express. It's a good dev board, but there's improvements we can make given the years of experience we've had with designing Feathers. First up we swapped the Micro USB to USB C. We bumped the 2MB flash to 8MB, and added a STEMMA QT plug at the end. We also put a MicroSD card slot on the bottom, like our STM32 Feather. Finally, we made a few low-power-friendly improvements! We'll take a tour at the design in this stream The Great Search - 32 KHz RTC Crystals https://www.digikey.com/short/38nr3bdr We did an earlier Great Search on oscillators, but this week we're specifically looking at 32kHz 'real time clock/counter' crystals. These are often used in microcontrollers as input to a PLL to generate a higher frequency internal clock that is more precise than an RC oscillator. Even tho these are not 'semiconductors' they've been quite hard to source! Let's look at what options we've got. #deskofladyada #adafruit #thegreatsesarch Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------

Fusion Patrol
547 – Starhunter Redux – Bad Seed

Fusion Patrol

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 50:56


What happens when the least important man in the universe finally has value to the Orchard? Kenneth and Eugene discuss Bad Seed. Episode Synopsis Nevare, Orchard high muckity-muck and substitute Darius, decides it's time to choose.  He is at odds with Tosca, another Orchard high muckity-muck and substitute Paquette.  It's the whole internal Orchard “study ... Read more

Good Games Podcast
Metroid Dread & Top 5 Metroidvanias Redux

Good Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 57:09


James, Justin and special guest Matt are talking about Samus' first 2D adventure in nearly 20 years: Metroid Dread. Then we discuss the best 5 Metroidvania games of all time (again)

DJ Ricky Sixx: In The Mix
Episode 60: In The Mix (Show 397)

DJ Ricky Sixx: In The Mix

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 59:29


Mixshows every weekend on DanceMixUSA.com, DanceWorldRadio.fm, SobelNationRadio.fm, RainbowRadio.fm, CARDIOfm.com, Rhythm105.9FM, Mix93FM.com, and RadioFreeNashville.org.1 - Tony Moran & Debby Holiday - I Like You (Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Remix)2- Danielle Bollinger - When The Broken Hearted Love Again (Chris Cox Club Mix)3- Play - I Must Not Chase The Boys (Thunderpuss Club Mix)4- Debby Holiday - Dive '13 (Chris Cox 2013 Redux)5- Adele - Easy On Me (Danny Morris Remix)6- Adele - Hello (Tom Siher Remix)7- Shouse - Love Tonight (Michael Benayon Remix)8- Beyoncé - End Of Time (Michael Benayon Remix)9- KREAM vs. Majestic & Boney M - Rasputin Control (LODATO Bootleg)

The Ben Joravsky Show
"Rahm Redux" and Monroe Anderson & Kina Collins

The Ben Joravsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 95:04


Dems line up to make Mayor Rahm Ambassador Rahm. Ben riffs. Monroe Anderson talks Colin Powell. And Kina Collins, Democratic candidate for 7th congressional district, talks congressional maps, her race against Danny Davis, why Rahm shouldn't be confirmed, violence in Austin and Harold Washington.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Putting It Together
Being Alive – Sondheim Redux (with William C. White)

Putting It Together

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 46:02


William White returns and gives his alternate reading on the song Being Alive. Is it possible that there could be a better way to end the show?William's podcast The Classical Gabfest: https://cgf.buzzsprout.comWilliam's website: http://www.willcwhite.comWilliam's Twitter: https://twitter.com/willcwhiteWilliam's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/willcwhiteYou can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyrics, Finishing the Hat, by going here: https://amzn.to/2LB9ZJoWe are using three productions to frame our discussion of Company.The original Broadway cast starring Dean Jones, Donna McKechnie, and Elaine Stritch (1970)You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/2Oy07npOr listen to it on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2OFg2AxOr buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2OzAsuGThe Broadway revival starring Raúl Esparza, Barbara Walsh, and Angel Desai (2006)You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/2ojCq7MOr listen to it on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/30YUotlOr buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2OzpNQIThe London revival starring Rosalie Craig, Jonathan Bailey, and Patti LuPone (2018)You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/2OFfISlOr listen to it on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2pS7corOr buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2IBoYmxOur sponsors this week are: Park Power - https://parkpower.ca - your friendly, local utilities provider in Alberta. Offering Internet, Electricity, and Natural Gas with low rates, awesome service, and profit-sharing with local charities. Pod Power - With Pod Power, our sponsors are making it possible for us to amplify the voices of Albertans and Alberta podcasters. This episode, Edmonton Community Foundation is helping us give a Pod Power shout out to What's The Tsismis - https://www.cjsr.com/shows/whats-the-tsismis/ - An inside look on Pilipinx identity in the diaspora.  Send feedback to puttingittogetherpodcast@gmail.comPutting It Together is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comRecorded by Media Lab YYC. Media Lab is a production company. They help you tell your story. They do this by assisting in the creation of videos and podcasts. Find more information at: http://medialabyyc.comKeep up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

His & Hers Horror
Remake Redux: Halloween

His & Hers Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 63:18


For our first Remake Redux, we're comparing the original 1978 Halloween with the 2007 Rob Zombie "remake." Full disclosure, this is probably the most Tia has ever ranted on a movie. Also, we really earn that "explicit" tag this week. Sorry bout it.

Dark Days of Dorothy Gale
Ep. 38 DDofDG Epilogue Part One (Redux)

Dark Days of Dorothy Gale

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 7:09


... If you would like to read along with Dark Days of Dorothy Gale, you can purchase the book on Amazon. If you've already read it, and hopefully enjoyed it, you can purchase the sequel Darker Days of Dorothy Gale on Amazon as well. Dark Days of Dorothy Gale (Paperback also available in E-Book form) https://www.amazon.com/dp/1790616700 Darker Days of Dorothy Gale (E-Book) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081W75CQQ Darker Days of Dorothy Gale (Paperback) https://www.amazon.com/dp/1710750871 Check out the official website! https://www.DDofDG.com You can contact me at DarkDaysOfDorothyGale@outlook.com You can tweet at me on Twitter (obviously) where the handle is @DarkDorothyG You can find me on Instagram Royalty-free Music for this podcast-audiobook is from https://www.fesliyanstudios.com

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Oct. 17, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "Tyranny's Shimmering Camouflage - We're From the Government and We're Here to Help" *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 15, 2020 (Exempting Mu

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 52:47


--{ "Tyranny's Shimmering Camouflage - We're From the Government and We're Here to Help"© CTTM}-- Excerpt from Original Broadcast Nov. 15, 2020 - Your Whole Life You've Been Ruled - Economists, World Economic Forum - 2008 Crash, Austerity, The Great Reset - You Can't Win Arguments about Covid-19 Inconsistencies; Facts don't Matter - The Club of Rome - Waking Up for Most Folk, You Need a Crash Course in Skydiving - The Culture Business - Rolling Stones, Tribute to the Devil, Time is On My Side - Boy-Girl Songs - Britain's NHS and Abortion - TV, Ads Designed to Make You Discontent with Everything - Separate Sex from Bonding - Grabbers to Distract - Social Credit System - 77 Brigade; PsyOps - Pentagon's Virtual You - This is Permanent: Lockdowns, Boosters, Masks, Contact Tracers - The Great Reset Idea is The Big Agenda - Operation Iraqi Freedom - Documentary from 1965, The War Game - Covid and Bioethics - Speechwriters, Ronald Reagan, The Most Frightening Thing You Can Hear, "We're From the Government and We're Here to Help" - Military to Help Distribute Vaccines - Event 201 - Post-Consumer - Plummeting Sperm Count - Alternate Media Heroes Given to You - They Take Away Your Rights and Put You Under and Folk are Just Going to Accept This. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 15, 2020 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

The Swyx Mixtape
[Weekend Drop] Abhi Aiyer & Ward Peeters: Gatsby 4 and the Jamstack Endgame

The Swyx Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 51:01


The following is my conversation with Abhi Aiyer and Ward Peeters, two lead engineers behind Gatsby Cloud and the recently announced Gatsby v4, which is at the forefront of what I think is the most significant change in the Jamstack landscape in the past 2 years.Watch the video version here. Links: Gatsby 4 Netlify DPR My blogpost on Smart Clients vs Smart Servers Timestamps:  [00:00:00] Cold Open  [00:00:28] Swyx Intro  [00:01:59] Call Start  [00:03:07] Gatsby v4  [00:06:23] Incremental Builds  [00:07:16] Cache Invalidation  [00:09:03] Gatsby DSG vs Netlify DPR  [00:09:35] Abandoning Redux for LMDB  [00:11:50] Parallel Queries (PQR)  [00:13:32] Gatsby DSG  [00:15:24] Netlify DPR vs Gatsby DSG  [00:19:19] The End of Jamstack  [00:22:12] Tradeoffs and Performance  [00:24:34] Image Processing  [00:27:25] Automatic DSG  [00:29:33] Gatsby Cloud vs Netlify  [00:33:34] Gatsby vs Next.js  [00:35:41] Gatsby and the Content Mesh  [00:37:19] React 18 and Gatsby  [00:39:45] Custom rendering page fragments with React 18  [00:42:10] Server Components in Limbo  [00:43:33] Smart Servers vs Smart Clients  [00:45:21] Apollo and Open Source Startup Strategy  [00:47:06] TMA: Too Many Acronyms  [00:49:16] Gatsby for Docs  Transcript [00:00:00] Cold Open  [00:00:00] Abhi Aiyer: And so with LMDB in place, right? We have workers that can read and write to LMDB, which allows us to run parallel queries. So PQR was a huge advancement for us. I think we saw up to like 40% reduction in query running time. And build times went down. We had a goal, I think it was like, we'd try to look for at least 20% reduction in build times and I think we hit 26%, so all cool wins, you know? [00:00:28] Swyx Intro  [00:00:28] swyx: The following is my conversation with Abhi Aiyer, and Ward Peeters, two lead engineers behind Gatsby Cloud, and the recently announced Gatsby V4, which is at the forefront of what I think is the most significant change in the JAMstack landscape in the past two years. We discussed how parallel query writing PQR and deferred static generation DSG are achieving 40% faster queries and 300% faster overall builds. [00:00:53] And they did a wonderful job handling the most impolite questions I could think of, including whether it Gatsby Cloud is a Netlify clone or the Gatsby should just be a data layer on top of Next.js and how they're dealing with TMA too many acronyms in web development. This conversation should be viewed together with my past discussions, with Sunil Pai and Misko Hevery in considering the cutting-edge of web development today. Online discussions often present a binary split in that your technical choices either have to optimize for developer experience or user experience. [00:01:25] But I find that it is builders like Abhi and Ward and Misko and Sunil who are constantly trying to improve the experience of developers in building great user experiences by default. I hope you enjoy these long form conversations I'm trying to produce with amazing developers. I still don't have a name for it. [00:01:41] And I still don't know what the plan is. I just know that I really enjoy it. And the feedback from you guys have been really great. So if you like this, share with a friend, if you have other requests for guests, tag them on social media, I basically like to make this a space where passionate builders and doers can talk about their craft and where things are going. [00:01:58] So here's the interview.  [00:01:59] Call Start  [00:01:59] Abhi Aiyer: I'm Abhi Aiyer. I'm a principal engineer at Gatsby. Thanks for having us.  [00:02:05] Ward Peeters: My name is Ward Peeters. I'm a staff software engineer at Gatsby and I'm from Belgium. And I've been working mostly on the open source side.  [00:02:15] Abhi Aiyer: I forgot to say where I'm from. I'm from Los Angeles, you know, Hollywood,  [00:02:21] swyx: I'm actually heading down to LA,  [00:02:22] Abhi Aiyer: in a couple of weeks, there's,  [00:02:24] swyx: I'm going to Kubecon, which is like a very interesting thing for a front end engineer to end up at. But that's where my career has taken me.  [00:02:34] So this conversation started because I had a chat with Sunil, on this podcast that I accidentally launched. I don't think we did Gatsby much, a good favor. [00:02:45] Like we both saw the new updates and I didn't get to say the nice things that I thought about Gatsby. I should also say that I used to have my blog on Gatsby and I no longer do. I used to work at Netlify and I no longer do. There's a lot of history here for me with Gatsby. It's been a while since I caught up, and I'm curious to see or get the latest. [00:03:07] Gatsby v4  [00:03:07] swyx: Maybe we should start off with like a quick summary of what's new with Gatsby with Gatsby V4, right?  [00:03:13] Abhi Aiyer: Is that a good place to start? Yeah, I think so. [00:03:17] swyx: So first of all, I think the marketing was really nice. Gatsby camp, it seems like a really big push and qualitatively very different from Gatsby 3. Tell me about what the behind the scenes was like. [00:03:30] Abhi Aiyer: Yeah, it was, we're getting better at the marketing side of what we're doing these days and Gatsby 4 was a big push. It really changed how we approach the framework as a whole.  [00:03:43] For those who don't know, traditionally Gatsby was a static site generator, purely static. We hold ourselves high on our connections to a content management system. [00:03:55] And we provide a really good data layer there, that takes all those requests that you would normally make to a content manager system, turns them into a, like a store of data that you can then use and query from graph QL. And the big thing that we were hitting before gas before was. Company was growing. [00:04:17] And as more customers were using Gatsby cloud, we started realizing that we couldn't scale to really large sites and large sites is like a misnomer. Like you could be, you could be a 50,000 page site and be considered large given the data that you may have. But we're talking like hundreds of thousands of pages. [00:04:38] And the thing that we kind of realized is not all pages are created equal on your site. Especially the ones from like 20, 15, 20 14, where, you know, no one's looking at that people, those pieces of content, if you're a site with a huge archive of content yeah, you should probably go check Google analytics to see how, you know, how, how many people are actually viewing your pages. [00:05:02] And the way gets me. And we'll get into this a little bit later, but today Gatsby isn't as smart as it should be in what pages should be rebuilt. For example, we're looking at the gatsbyjs.com page right here, but there are other data dependencies. This pure content. Like if you look at the nav bar, there's a whole bunch of items there. [00:05:22] And we have this navbar bar on all of our pages, cause that's what a website has, but the problem with Gatsby today and will be changed in the future is. If I change anything about this nav bar, any page, that depends on the nav bar now has a dependency that needs to be invalidated. [00:05:39] And so now I have a hundred thousand pages with this navbar I have 200,000 pages of this nav bar and I spelled Gastby instead of Gatsby or something, the navbar I made a typo and now I'm paying for. A hundred thousand pages of reload to rebuild. And so we just saw that and that this happens a lot, right? [00:05:57] This is a very small example, but this happens a lot to our customers and building a hundred thousand pages is not necessarily easy thing to do. There's memory requirements that come in. There is, what kind of machine are you doing this thing on? And so we had to figure out a way to scale Gatsby and do things differently. [00:06:15] We were traditionally static and now we're trying to be somewhere in between, you can go dynamic or you could go static and it's up to you.  [00:06:23] Incremental Builds  [00:06:23] swyx: So the new rendering options are SSG, DSG and SSR. Is ISR gone?  [00:06:32] Ward Peeters: Well, that's what Next.js has is doing. And I'm like, wait,  [00:06:36] swyx: we never have guessed. [00:06:38] We had an incremental mode.  [00:06:41] Abhi Aiyer: What do you  [00:06:41] Ward Peeters: call it? Yes. And that's still all statically. So when we do it, we have it in open source where we in V3 we enabled it where we only build HTML what's necessary on cloud. We have a more pumped up version of it where When you get the data change, we only update that page more rapidly than in open source, but still when you change your navbar with what Abhi said, you still have to rebuild everything because all the pages get invalidated. [00:07:09] So incremental builds works for data updates, but not so much for code changes.  [00:07:16] Cache Invalidation  [00:07:16] swyx: Right. Okay. Well, I guess, how do you solve cache invalidation? [00:07:26] Ward Peeters: Well, the thing is that because Gatsby owns the data, like the heads of data layer and a source plugins like WordPress, when we source data and to give us a webhook or, we just go to Wordpress and say like, Hey, what has changed? [00:07:40] Data. I was like, okay, these nodes have changed. Or these pieces, like a poster page has been changed. It gets me knows which node is used where, like, for example, this post is used on this section page. It's used in this article and that's all happening already behind the scenes because graph QL shenanigans. [00:07:59] And that's how we can build incremental builds. So we know, okay. Only these spaces need to be built. And that's also where DSG comes in because as a user, you don't have to care about cache invalidation anymore. Cause it's using the same engine as you were used to with like incremental builds. [00:08:15] When you use SSG and I think that's a major benefit of it, where you as a user, don't really have to care about cache control, because it is difficult to manage on a large scale. Like a lot of corporations just say like every 10 minutes we'll remove the cache because it is difficult to get through when change. [00:08:37] Yeah.   [00:08:39] swyx: That's pretty funny. At Netlify, one of the reasons that we constantly talk about for CDN level caching, like people say like, you know, why don't you just enable CDN level caching and then just have a regular server render. One of Matt Billman points that he always makes is that people always turn it off the moment there's a bug, it's like, oh, schedule, call, and turn it off. [00:09:02] And then don't turn it back on again. [00:09:03] Gatsby DSG vs Netlify DPR  [00:09:03] swyx: Okay. So let's, let's talk about like, DSG. That's the fancy new one and DPR, right? So maybe we should, is there. Yeah, there's a graphic. Okay. All right. This is new. So first of all, like what was the inspiration? What's the backstory I'm always interested in how these things come about. [00:09:21] Abhi Aiyer: I think we were inspired by DPR a lot, you know? But where we saw the benefit of our approach is our data layer, you know, and it took those many steps even before getting to DSG.  [00:09:35] Abandoning Redux for LMDB  [00:09:35] Abhi Aiyer: So it started actually in like Gatsby 3.10. We had to redo Gatsby's node store. [00:09:42] So traditionally we were using Redux to persist all these the data that we get from content management systems. And we had a particular customer who could not even persist the cache, like a Gatsby cache between builds, because they had so much data that it would OOM when they try to persist the cache. Right. [00:10:03] So for them, they were running cold builds for every build. Even if you had like a warm cache or you had your pods, you know, we use Kubernetes. So like, if you have your pods up, you're doing like an hour and a half cold build for everything. You could like change the typo and it'd be an hour and a half. [00:10:19] And so from there we were like, We need to reduce peak memory utilization and Redux is not going to help us there. And so we started looking into alternatives. We looked at SQL Lite, we looked at Reddis and we landed on LMDB, which is, Lightning memory, mapped database manager. [00:10:39] It's like a file system DB, which is really cool for us because one, it's pretty fast. It allows you to, to have like a query interface, which is good. You can store more data than available RAM. So for a site like this customer who pretty much is blowing up this pod on every warm build. To try to even have a warm build, we could actually store their data now, which then unlocked warm builds for them. [00:11:05] So an hour and a half, that went to 25 minutes, which is pretty good for them. now we have this thing, now we call it Gatsby DB internally. And so now Gatsby is node store is in LMDB. And the cool thing about LMDB is it's just comprised of a bunch of files. You have a lock file and database files. [00:11:26] And if you have files, that means you can move files around. They don't have to be in one place, right. They could be in storage, they can be in a serverless function. They could be anywhere you, you really want. Right. And so that was step one was we needed to redo the node store. And we did that and memory utilization from a lot of customers went down. Enough to unlock a simple thing as a warm build.  [00:11:50] Parallel Queries (PQR)  [00:11:50] Abhi Aiyer: So then the second thing that this, these other customers were having was like, wow, it takes so long to query, to run queries. Right. And people have like 25,000, 50,000 queries. And I don't know if they should have those that much, but they do. [00:12:05] Right. They do have that much. And it's a huge part of the build time. Right. A lot of people complained that. You know, Gatsby builds are sometimes slow for large sites and we agree. That's totally true. And so our next foray into like improvement was this thing called parallel queries. Which would allow Gatsby to run chunks of queries at a given time and what PQR in his pool, a diagram of it, you know, query running does take a huge percentage of your builds. [00:12:39] But now we can parallelize that across workers in the Gatsby process. But if you were to do this naively with Redux, like a child process can't write to a JavaScript object in the main process. Right. It's hard to maintain state. There's no easy way to communicate between workers to write state and read it. [00:12:59] And so with LMDB in place, we have workers that can read and write to LMDB, which allows us to run parallel queries. Right. We don't need to do things serially, anymore. So PQR was a huge advancement for us. I think we saw up to like 40% reduction in query running time. And build times went down or we had like a goal, like I think it was like, we'd try to look for at least 20% reduction in build times. [00:13:27] And I think we hit 26%, so all cool wins, you know?  [00:13:32] Gatsby DSG  [00:13:32] Abhi Aiyer: And so then Ward and I, and the team were all just like thinking like, okay, we have LMDB. We've got PQR. Alright, well really we have a Gatsby data layer that can be accessed from anywhere, right? Cause if you can access it from a worker, you can access it in a serverless function cloud run, you know, on your somewhere, anywhere you spin up your own machine and your own office, if you want it well  [00:13:56] swyx: steady coast. [00:13:57] How about that? Like an S3  [00:14:00] Abhi Aiyer: bucket, you put it in an S3 bucket, for sure. You know, like you could put those files there and then retrieve them from wherever you want. And so that's when we started thinking like, okay, we have this information now, what can we do to improve the, the life of our users even more. [00:14:19] And then we started thinking about DPR and like, we saw the approach and we were like, wow, this is exactly what we need, but we have Gatsby's data layer that kind of complicates things, but it's not complicated anymore because we can essentially use the data layer wherever we wants. So I'll let ward kind of go from there on like how DSG came about after these like fundamental pieces. [00:14:42] Ward Peeters: Yeah. So then we looked at like ISR DPR and like what's the difference in both of them. And then we saw like ISR that's where you have a refresh timeout and an hour with, in the latest next, you can also being an endpoint to they're getting validated cache, but it's all manual work. And there were many complaints about it's an index. [00:15:02] It's nothing in Gatsby and they complained about stale data, because what Next.js does is you visit the page and then the next time it will update. So I think it's a refresh or something. Yeah. [00:15:15] swyx: Alright. Alright. We don't have to dig through issues on, on the, on our call, but I just wanted to illustrate the problem.  [00:15:24] Ward Peeters: Yeah.   [00:15:24] Netlify DPR vs Gatsby DSG  [00:15:24] Ward Peeters: And then that's where we took it away and then say, okay, DPR. And then I looked at the spec of DPR, like, okay. Can we use the same name or not? And the problem with DPR was they had Atomic deploys. So every change means blow the whole cache away and do everything new and we were like, what do we have incremental builds from there? We don't want to like invalidate the whole cache. We just want to invalidate the pages that got removed. And there's like a GitHub discussion about it, where I commented as well. [00:15:55] And it felt like they didn't want to change the name. Yep. There you go.  [00:16:04] swyx: So you said to me, DPR, doesn't need to be opinionated about if the file is part of the atomic deploy. Can you reiterate why?  [00:16:13] Ward Peeters: Yeah, the thing is basically because they mentioned like everyday glory needs to blow the cache away and needs to be fresh. [00:16:20] And for me, like it shouldn't be in a spec like DPR should just say you built pieces at build-time and you build those pieces at runtime. That's basically what I was trying to say. And then because we have incremental builds, we only want to invalidate like five pages, even if you use SSG or DSG, we still want to say if you only changed five pages for evil dates to cache for five pages, I couldn't get that from the spec. [00:16:46] I think that's also because Netlify does it their way, which is totally fine, but then that's why we created a new acronym called DPR. And I think it's also probably explains. What we offer as well, a little bit better too, because it's Deferred Static Generation. It's like lazy SSG, something like that, because that's what we do. [00:17:08] Like you can mark a page as defer and that just means we don't do it at build time, but the first time you hit a request. We rebuild it in like a Lambda, I could use Cloud Run, we build it and then we give the response to a user and then also we save it to disk. So from there on, the second request, it's technically an SSG page. [00:17:29] We store it like you have the CDN cache, but we also have it inside our bucket. Like, your S3 buckets or whatever you want to call it.  [00:17:37] Abhi Aiyer: Yeah. We're caching responses, but we're also making that file exist as if it existed at build time. And that's a big distinction for us because what that allows us to do in the future would be like, if nothing changed about the data for the given page, then you don't need to DSG again. [00:17:56] Right. Like if nothing changes for, let's say like there's five builds and build a. Something changed in your data dependencies. So now you have a DSG page and then nothing changed for the next five builds, but a user comes and actually visits that page generates the files. It gets cacheed in our data layer or our files storage layer and on build five because nothing changed. [00:18:24] You're not DSGing. Right. You're not going to go through this process again. And so that's we think is the big thing about DSG.  [00:18:31] Yeah. And then I think the extra piece of it is because the date, like you can say it it's a benefit or or a negative point of Gatsby, like we source all the data at the build time. [00:18:41] So even if your APIs go down, even with DSG, you still go to our local database. So debts will never go down. Cause if like your site is down, your database will be down as well, but you, you're not dependent of other API. So let's say GitHub goes down or X go down and you need to get that data. We have it locally in our database, so you're still good to go through, still keep that resilience. [00:19:06] And the security even that you, you used to have with Gatsby, and I think that's a main benefit of the whole datalayer piece of Gatsby and DSG.  [00:19:17] Yeah.   [00:19:18] swyx: Yeah. Perfect.  [00:19:19] The End of Jamstack  [00:19:19] swyx: So something I always wonder about like, is this basically the last stage of JAMstack like, I feel like we have explored all possible varieties of rendering. [00:19:30] And this is like the end. This is like, this is it right? Like we have all the options.  [00:19:34] Ward Peeters: And now it's mixing them together. It's the next step having been static and on bits of your thesis, SSR. Uh,  [00:19:43] swyx: okay. I'll put it this way. Do you think that JAMstack at the end of the day after this, maybe like five-year journey of like, Hey, like a WordPress sucks. [00:19:53] That's everyone moves to static. Right. And then, and then we found like, oh yeah, static. Doesn't scale, big surprise. We were telling you that from the beginning. And now okay. Right. Hybrid. Is that it, like, it was that the Jamstack movement in like a five year period? [00:20:10] Abhi Aiyer: I think it's a yes or no. Like evolution is like, I think we're, you know, we're all coming full circle and I think in engineering, particularly we do the same thing all the time, every 10 years or something. Right. But where DSG came into play is for use cases that we saw, you know, and our customers still prefer static. [00:20:31] So I know we're talking about DSG. Like it's like a great thing and it is, but a lot of our customers prefer static and it's really up to their use case. If you're a small site out of a bunch of top of funnel page, any lag in anything, right? Cause DST is not like instant, right? Like you're doing a runtime build essentially. [00:20:51] Right? So in some cases it could be, you know, it could, it could be a longer response time than what the standards should be. And we have customers that won't DSG anything because they have essentially, most pages are top of funnel or high traffic that they would rather just wait.They don't mind waiting for the performance that they would want. [00:21:11] But we also have customers that have hundreds of thousands of pages, like there's one customer that has like a company handbook or something where like, you can see every employee. And like, if they like dogs and like, you know what I'm saying? Like, Bio's and stuff. And they have a lot of employees worldwide, and there, they can only like before DSG, they can only build their site once a week. [00:21:33] Cause it takes like 24 hours to build. What, and now with DSG, they don't really care about someone who no, one's going to view their profile. No offense to that person, but no one's viewing the non CEO's profile. So then how they can, like, you know, and there are other people that are important too. I'm sure, but like now they can actually, you know, make changes to their site. [00:21:55] You know, we actually had to work with them to make sure that, you know, they can build. I mean, previous to DSG, they can build like, at some cadence that we don't necessarily support, but we help support that. So, so just looking static is still king when it makes sense. For sure.  [00:22:12] Tradeoffs and Performance  [00:22:12] swyx: I feel like it's a bit scary when you tell people like, okay, you're deferring the build. [00:22:16] And then on the first request, someone's going to build that. It's not going to take that long. Yeah. Right. It's not like it's that bad. I think bottom line is, I think people are very scared whenever you say, like, okay, there's a trade off, but you don't quantify the trade-offs. And then they're like, oh, it's bigger in their mind than it really is. [00:22:37] Ward Peeters: Yeah, I think a big problem with the plugin ecosystem is that it's difficult to, to quantify like what's slow and what's not slow. For example, generating an MDX page is more time-consuming because it has to like get some dependencies make sure that they have bundled together, then use react to render and then render again because it's how the Gatsby plugin, is built right now that takes more time than a simple React renderToString with something. [00:23:07] And I think that's the difficult thing to say like, okay, it's some pages will be instant. Some pages might take a second to build or we'll half a second.  [00:23:18] swyx: Yeah. The important thing is that there are not data dependencies that you're waiting on. Right. That's usually the slowest part fetch all the data upfront and then you store it in a LMDB cache. [00:23:28] And that's written to a serverless function or written to I guess your build process or whatever. And then people can render that whenever which I think is great. Like, it should be fairly fast, like we're talking tens of milliseconds difference between like for first render, right? [00:23:44] Like something like that. Like I think, I think when you quantify, like, okay, we're talking tens of milliseconds, not hundreds of milliseconds and not thousands of seconds that really helps me with. Put these things in perspective.  [00:23:56] Abhi Aiyer: Yeah. But then, you know, people always find a way to screw it up. So say that like, of  [00:24:01] swyx: course. [00:24:01] Yeah. But, but you give a realistic benchmark and then you go like, yeah, for these benchmarks, we tested it like a hundred times or something. The median was this, the P 95 was that. That's it like, I mean, people can't really fault you for not accounting for every use case because no one, no one can, but at least you can give a reasonable basis and say like,  [00:24:22] Abhi Aiyer: there's,  [00:24:23] swyx: there's an up, there's an upper bound to you know, how bad, how the, the, the trade-off like, you know, when, whenever you miss channels, I like to quantify it basically. [00:24:32] Um, that's a good, that's a good idea.  [00:24:34] Image Processing  [00:24:34] Abhi Aiyer: And like, one thing to know for DSG is like, your data may be like available and that's cool that that may not be the long pole, but let's say you have a portfolio site that generates 20 different types of images for every image. Now you're getting into image processing at runtime, you know? [00:24:54] And so there, there are ways to kind of not do this properly. Right. And or like, for example, let's say your homepage, I love this example. Your homepage has links like to every other page on your site,and it's all DSG, right? So you load the homepage and because Gatsby does prefetch for link tags are doing Gatsby link to other pages. [00:25:17] We go and prefetch every page on your site. And essentially you're doing your build at runtime. So we're going to try to prevent these cases from happening, but just natively going through DSG everything is not my recommendation. That's for sure. [00:25:32] Not today. At least not today.  [00:25:35] swyx: so a couple of things on that. So, this Gatsby image point is very interesting. So how does Gatsby image work with DSG? [00:25:42] Abhi Aiyer: So yeah it works how it does it in Gatsby build. currently today Gatsby uses Gatsby-plugin-sharp and the sharp transformers to take one image, turn it into another. [00:25:54] And even in Gatsby cloud, before we implemented parallel image processing, images were like the slowest part of the Gatsby build because a lot of time, a lot of memory, et cetera. And so we solved that problem. And so in the DSG runtime, we do image processing there for a particular page. [00:26:15] So you will have to wait for image processing. If you're image heavy on a DSG page.  [00:26:21] swyx: Which I mean, does that mean that you cannot do a DSG in a serverless function?  [00:26:26] Abhi Aiyer: In a total? We do. We actually do DSG in serverless. And that's totally fine. Like you can do image processing, you know? But like, I would say your mileage may vary given what kind of transformations you have going on, how many images you have, right. [00:26:42] But like you said, there's, trade-offs right. If the page makes sense for it, you know, we have a bunch of examples that do have images and they work great, you know? But I don't know if I go full on portfolio with like a, you know, like a masonry thing where like, there's like tons of images and they have sub images and you have to go, like, I'll be like a carousel of images and stuff that may not be good for your. [00:27:06] I don't know, but the choices, the users, that's, what we're trying to get at is like, we're trying to give as many options. We're going to give guidance and like we're having our own opinions, but you, you can choose to listen or not, or, you know, do your own thing and we should try to support you as much as we can. [00:27:25] Automatic DSG  [00:27:25] swyx: Yeah, you give me some thought about like, having sort of like a browsers list type of API where you can say like, okay, top 100 most visited pages. No, this is not it. You know what I mean? Like, as a handholding for what should be DSG and what should be statically generated you know, plug into my Google analytics, tell me like top hundred pages statically render those, everything else, DSG. [00:27:48] I'm sure you've thought about it. And I think like maybe four years ago, Gatsby and Guess.js had someone in collaboration, which I assume went nowhere. But let me know if there's.  [00:27:59] Ward Peeters: Uh, okay.  [00:28:02] For now. Yeah, because there is a new way to do it because now greet guests, it stored everything in one file. So we have to like sometimes download a five megabyte Jason file to make guess.js work. Mondays switching around that you could make, get smarter to say like a guess for this route. You only need the bit of the JSON file. But we never implemented it. So,  [00:28:26] Abhi Aiyer: yeah. And we have this, so I'm speaking from the Gatsby cloud perspective, but like you're right, Shawn. Like, if you can hook into Google analytics, you'll get the same thing. [00:28:36] But if you host with Gatsby cloud, we know what, what routes coming through our hosting layer. We know what routes for your site. Are the most hit, you know, we know the requests per route. I mean, how much bandwidth you're using, like per route. And so we could be smarter and tell people exactly how. How to DSG, right? How should you DSG and get it done that way, for sure.  [00:29:04] swyx: Okay. So like a, to be, to be complete, uh, typical to be  [00:29:08] Abhi Aiyer: complete, you know, we're still in beta forgets before, so I would say like, maybe like after we launched for, for sure, we'll start adding some sugar on.  [00:29:17] swyx: Got it. So first of all I did, so this was my first time trying out Gatsby Cloud. I, I think it was behind like a signup wall, like a private beta in the past. And I never really gave it a spin, but again, you know, the V4 announcement really got me going and And yeah. I mean, I'm pretty impressed.  [00:29:33] Gatsby Cloud vs Netlify  [00:29:33] swyx: So how much of this, you know, the hard question, right? How much of this is a Netlify clone, what are you doing differently? [00:29:40] Abhi Aiyer: Let's talking about that. How much does like DSG is  [00:29:45] swyx: how much of Gatsby Cloud? Isn't it  [00:29:48] Abhi Aiyer: like? 0%. Ooh, okay. Yeah. Probably 0% of it is a Netlify clone. [00:29:56] swyx: I do like when you provision it, it gives me like a really good set of options. Uh, let's see, uh, you know, connect CMS guests. Netlify does not have that. [00:30:07] Abhi Aiyer: Yeah. I mean, I would, yeah. We're far from an elephant clone Mo multiple weeks. We've built our whole system based on the needs of Gatsby. The way our cloud front end and our back ends talk to our customers, Gatsby Sites is a novel way of doing it. We've exposed that in open source and I think Netlify actually did implement something for external jobs or something with Google pub sub I, I saw that, but everything we do in Gatsby cloud is for Gatsby. We have no other framework that we need to maintain nor care about, sorry. Luke's or whatever. Like we don't care about that. On Gatsby cloud, we've optimized our hosting layer with Fastly to be part of the data. And so if Gatsby changes, Gatsby cloud changes, and if we need to get to be framework to change, it will for Gatsby cloud. So, and we use Google cloud, so we're not on AWS.  [00:31:09] I would say we have the similar features though, and that's a valid point to bring out. [00:31:13] We have, we have functions, right. [00:31:15] We have domains and we don't have a purchasing domains or anything yet, but you know, we have the whole hosting product and everything like that. Yeah.  [00:31:27] swyx: Is that, is that what you would need for Gatsby Cloud to come out of beta? Like. Domains or like what, what, what are you waiting  [00:31:35] Abhi Aiyer: for essentially? Well, Gatsby cloud isn't in beta. [00:31:38] It's like a  [00:31:38] Oh Gatsby v4  [00:31:40] swyx: is in beta [00:31:41] Abhi Aiyer: yeah. V4 it's in beta. Yeah. Sorry. Yeah. Yeah, domain like domain registry and all that stuff is more sugar on top that we'll be probably releasing mid next year. But we're just trying to be I mean, Gatsby cloud, from that perspective, we just want to be at the table with all the other JAMstack providers. [00:31:59] But our edge is if you want to build a Gatsby site the best way, you know, you have our support team, that'll help you. Right. As a customer of ours, you're like our family. The Gatsby family, you know, we're, we'll help. We help our customers. We have great support and everything we do on the platform is for Gatsby and making Gatsby better. [00:32:18] So there's like so many things in the framework that we've improved by having Gatsby cloud. Cause we didn't know all the sites that could exist and not do things nicely or have problems or, you know, because of Gatsby cloud that the framework is getting so much better because we have real users feedback and they have a lot of demands and we like to, you know, fulfill them. Yeah.  [00:32:41] swyx: Okay. Actually I should probably clarify this earlier. How much of what we just talked about is Gatsby Cloud-only? [00:32:48] Abhi Aiyer: Pretty much all of it, DSG, SSR, they're all capable, you know, you can run it locally and stuff. And I know Netlify has a Gatsby plugin as well that will allow you to run DSG and SSR as well. [00:33:03] For those who are not using those platforms, it's like maybe you're using Amplify or whatever. You're going to have to implement this yourself. I don't recommend it though, because it was a pain in the ass to put it together. But yeah, it should work the best on Gatsby cloud.  [00:33:19] Ward Peeters: So technically all of that we building with v4 is in open source. [00:33:22] So you could wire it up all yourself, but why bother if you can use, like Gatsby Cloud. Yeah, you don't have to care about it.  [00:33:34] Gatsby vs Next.js  [00:33:34] swyx: That's true. Okay. So, just on the rendering side of things, right? I made this observation that, Gatsby now has SSR, now has serverless rendering. All the different rendering modes, like this looks very similar to next JS. [00:33:48] Is it possible to basically say like, okay, Gatsby is the data layer and is this the best data layer and most advanced or whatever, because this is basically what Next.js does, right? Like it's a very, very constrained rendering layer. Why can't you, I mean, you know, sunk costs aside. Why can't you be a next JS layer? [00:34:08] Ward Peeters: Well, technically we could now, because they like implemented everything too, like they have SSG, they have ISR, they have SSR and we could technically move the data layer out of, and use it with next. That could be a possibility, but. We've been, we've come so far and I think do already have built this. [00:34:31] And then now they're also parity. I think having two separate ones and having different dev experience, and maybe Next.js is winning now and Gatsby will a win in, in two months or vice versa. I think it's just a healthy balance. Like it's and I think it's the same thing as a browser wars, like everyone is going to Chrome or chromium and then there is still like, Firefox and iOS, but how long will they survive? [00:34:58] And I think just the competition is what you need. And I think that's why a good reason why we keep separate. And also, I don't think that Next.js is for like, merging with Gatsby or like having the like the same.  [00:35:13] swyx: Oh, I think I know Next.js, it be super happy about it, because then they, when they, when the server for reacts you know, role, and then you focus on the data role, right? [00:35:22] Like, uh, Makes sense to me, obviously I'm brushing over a lot of the plugins actually have a rendering portion as well. So how much can you separate those things  [00:35:33] Abhi Aiyer: if in the next. No, this is possible. I don't, I mean, we're not going to like say that it's happening or anything.  [00:35:41] Gatsby and the Content Mesh  [00:35:41] Abhi Aiyer: Like if we look at Gatsby's like, this is how it's set up. [00:35:45] It's, it's what we call the content mesh. You have all these different data warehouses that exist. WordPress Drupal, et cetera, can even be a freaking Google Sheets. You know, like whatever, and we assemble this data layer at build time. And in doing DSG and SSR, we build something called the query engine that allows you to query this LMD B store that has like the manifested data in there. [00:36:13] So. It really opens up the gate for yeah. If you want to use our data layer in a Next.js app, like, I mean, go ahead. Like once we expose this API to our customers then you can essentially have Gatsby data in an iOS app or an Android app react native. Like, it's just an API call at that point. And you know, Gatsby cloud hosts, like a graphical API for you that you can just query your data. [00:36:38] I don't know if any data scientists would care for that. They could add that into Looker or something. You know, like I remember they want to do it like that stuff would be available and it's almost like a content data lake versus, you know, traditional data lake I guess. It's purely for content and you would have the benefits of Gatsby because we normalize and we create structures and you like, the user can customize a schema, however you want. [00:37:05] And then now you can use it on multiple platforms, right? It's not an immediate goal for us to do so. It's a logical next step. Yeah. Yeah.  [00:37:15] swyx: Awesome. Awesome. Cool. Yeah, I, I feel like that's a really good and in depth coverage. [00:37:19] React 18 and Gatsby  [00:37:19] swyx: Maybe let's end off with talking about the future of React 18 and your plans there. First of all, what's happening in react 18. Is it out? Like the plan for the react 18 and published in June? Okay. All right. Let's talk about it. What's what's going on? [00:37:35] Ward Peeters: So, yeah, so we are working closely with the React team and we also in the working group to figure out like, okay, how can we help the team, make it more stable and give it in user hands. [00:37:46] So I think from may or something, we have introduced React 18 as part of Gatsby. So you can now install React 18 alpha. And we just moved to the new rendering mode. So the async mode suspense and all those things were. Like what, what we're planning on, at least when you use Gatsby, like we have page queries and we have static queries and there's a big pain point is static queries, cause it's a graph QL query, but you cannot have any variables, which means you're kind of limited to the unit. And then you have to move everything to page queries going to have to know all the content up front and wait the new async rendering bits of React to get into like a useQuery, because you can yield the rendering of React at any time. [00:38:34] Cause async doesn't mean you have to go like, uh, use Apollo Server to get server data tree or something or other pieces, or you kind of have two have React async mode or React Suspense in SSR and we can all move it to the page components or the components of your reactor. So basically look that you're just recreating an react application and then every async bit like using react-fetch or a useQuery, it all just works. [00:39:02] I think that's where, where we activate in benefits a lot where it's. It just removes a lot of cruft or that you have to do now. It gets you where you have to be in the Gatsby mindset when you're developing and, and you basically go to a, creating a react app and you have a data layer, but I think React 18 opens so many doors with the new cache APIs. It just becomes way smarter and when you look at it from a performance perspective with the whole concurrent mode where inputs gets priority over rendering, it's just going to be way smoother than what they had so far. [00:39:39] Abhi Aiyer: And hopefully people stop complaining about lighthouse scores and stuff. That'll be great.  [00:39:45] Custom rendering page fragments with React 18  [00:39:45] Abhi Aiyer: Another cool thing that React 18 kind of unlocked for Gatsby in particular is a concept of fragments. And so we were talking about that nav bar example earlier with the a hundred thousand pages. And we want to leverage react 18 with like custom renderers so that we can essentially create fragments of a page that had beta dependent. [00:40:07] Because there's no page query or static query anymore. That's just a query. Your navbar component has a query and essentially Gatsby can make that nap bar a navbar fragment and your body has a fragment, or maybe your footer has a fragment. Your sidebar has a fragment. And as data changes incrementally, we only rebuild fragments and our hosting layer, stitches, fragments together. This is an old concept called ESI includes like if everyone did PHP back in the day, like, you know, very familiar with this stuff, like I said, every 10 years, things has come back around and we're going to try to do that. We're going to try to build fragments of pages, stitch them together. So a navbar change doesn't break the bank, you know? But we can only do that once react 18. It's like, you know, fully there. I mean, we could do it now, but like why, when we should just like work off the, the, the work of others.  [00:41:02] swyx: So when you say fragments, are you referring to GraphQL Fragments or, or like  [00:41:06] Abhi Aiyer: Asian fragment might be a, maybe we call it like, you know, today, like an HTML page that has specific. [00:41:13] You know, I like to call him like the rectangles that we all draw around are our websites. Right. They all have independent data isolation. Right. And so these are like what maybe a Gatsby slice of a page or a fragment or some type of include, you know, like in the templating days. Right. And that's what I kind of mean there. [00:41:31] So these includes or templates or whatever you want to call them would be independently built. And then independently stitched at the cache layer. And then, you know, the data dependencies don't cross, and now I'm not building a hundred thousand pages because I misspelled Gasby and it should've been, you know,  [00:41:51] swyx: sounds like it happens a lot,  [00:41:54] Abhi Aiyer: but definitely those,  [00:41:56] Ward Peeters: and it looks a lot like donut caching. [00:41:58] If you're more familiar with that piece, like you have a page where I said parks has a different. Limit and another one. So that's more or less the technical piece out of  [00:42:10] Server Components in Limbo  [00:42:10] swyx: a server components. Anything on any implications on that forgets me?  [00:42:15] Ward Peeters: Not yet. I would say because they're not going to ship it with react 18. [00:42:19] We've been talking about it, but it's still very fresh or very new, like even the React team hasn't, hasn't worked more on it, so they did their demo, but then it's got like a little bit  [00:42:31] swyx: stagnated. Oh my God. [00:42:37] Ward Peeters: All the pieces. Like they need to build all the pieces underneath it to make it work. [00:42:45] swyx: They jumped, they jumped the gun, maybe in announcing I got so excited. I was like, wow. Okay. I can cut my Javascript bundle by 40% and run backend functions in my react component. And then nothing, nothing for 10 months,  [00:43:01] Ward Peeters: because we are super excited about it too. Because when you look at especially marketing sites, like marketing pages or blogs, there's only a small piece of JavaScript that you actually need. [00:43:13] Like maybe you need a bit for your newsletter button or you like something like that. And why. 200 kilobytes of JavaScript could bring technically only need maybe 10, 20 kilobytes. So I think it's static or with like marketing pages. Uh, [00:43:33] Smart Servers vs Smart Clients  [00:43:33] Abhi Aiyer: yeah, so the world was server rendered. Then we went client side rendered. Then we went static rendered. Now we're DSG rendered, and then we're going to go back to server run. So, you know, time just keeps spinning. Partially server.  [00:43:47] swyx: I called it smart server versus smart clients is my term for it. So this is the, I think maybe my, my most recent posts, because I have been trying to write more, but then I keep have having real life get in the way. [00:44:01] But why is traditional, which is server rendered, different from the new server rendered. We have essentially is essentially exactly the same, but there's a thin runtime, which I'll ship the stuff that we send over the wires changes. And we actually doing rendering in the browser, but like partial rendering, maybe I should say. [00:44:20] And yeah. I dunno. I think, I think this is a very interesting exploration. Phoenix live view is also the other one that, that gets a lot of love for this. And then rails is also adopting Hotwire. So, I don't know where this goes. I mean, I, I it's, it seems like we fully explored the smart client space and the smart server revolution is just kind of get, getting going. [00:44:41] Ward Peeters: We're going back to Meteor.  [00:44:44] swyx: Back to meteor, but not so opinionated, I think, you know, I was very excited about meteor. Like when I, when I first started as a web dev, I was like, oh yeah. Okay. Everything is in there. I actually mentioned Meteor here because it had the mini Mongo data store, which was I thought it was just such a great experience. [00:44:59] Did you use.  [00:45:02] Abhi Aiyer: Oh, both my last company, we used meteor for our backend, and then we had to kind of migrate slowly off of it. Cause they were just ahead of their time. You know, now all those concepts. Those are like, those are the concepts of today. Right. And that's the beautiful thing they were  [00:45:19] swyx: just ahead of their time. [00:45:21] Apollo and Open Source Startup Strategy  [00:45:21] swyx: I mean, you know, what they did was they became Apollo. They were just like, oh no, one's no, one's handling all the hard parts of GraphQL. Well,  [00:45:29] Abhi Aiyer: okay. We'll do it. Yeah, good job of that too,  [00:45:33] swyx: which is by the way, like in terms of just honestly, I'm interested in startups, entrepreneurship, uh, you know, we worked so hard in web dev stuff. [00:45:41] A lot of this, we never charge a cent for and something I would like to make money on the smart things that we do in tech.  [00:45:47] Taking an under specified spec, which most of the times is intentionally under specified, and then building all the hard parts around it, is a very interesting formula for success. [00:45:58] So essentially React and under specified framework and Next.js came in and went like, oh, okay, well, we'll build the get initial props that you guys forgot. And great, very successful Gatsby, same thing. And then Apollo and Relay by the way, but, but relay was not a serious company, a company effort. [00:46:19] I mean, Relay is a serious effort. It's not a startup that was like existentially relying on like, uh unsuccess. Whereas was Apollo was like, okay, GraphQL was under specified. There's a reference JS implementation, but no one's building the production quality standard. We'll do it. And then, and yeah, like it's really interesting. Cause as the spec grows or as adoption of the thing grows, you're you grow with it and, you serve the audience and you also capture a lot of the value and you essentially have Facebook working for you in the sense of like, oh, there's the spec maintainers, you know, whatever, whatever the spec is, they're working for you because every time they contribute to the spec, you. [00:47:06] TMA: Too Many Acronyms  [00:47:06] Abhi Aiyer: Yeah, maybe that's what the what's going to happen with DPR. Right?  [00:47:10] swyx: The naming socks, too many, three letter acronyms. I'm sure. Like, look like you and I, and everyone in like the WebDev, like Twitter sphere or whatever, we don't mind new things and like understanding the differences in nuances, but anyone who is like just a regular web dev or just like not web dev, but talking to web devs, they think we're crazy. [00:47:36] This is actually bad. Like it, we look like the nerds, uh, who. Talking about all these minor differences and inventing new acronyms for them. I don't know how to fix it. Jargon is important for specialists to understand in a very short amount of time, the differences between what we referring to. Jargon is important, but we don't do ourselves, our industry a favor when we have all these acronyms and then people just throw them on onto a page or a blogpost or a slide deck. [00:48:05] And then. People would just go like, okay. Yeah, the JS ecosystem  [00:48:09] Abhi Aiyer: is crazy. And you ended up explaining the same thing all the time. Right? Cause you use some acronym. It was funny, like on the way to Gatsby camp, like we had, like all of our release had all of the releases and gas before had the acronym. Yeah, like PQR parallel query, running DSE, SSR, SSG, man. [00:48:26] We were like trying to figure it out. How many more acronyms can we fit to, to get like the, the acronym count up, but it's a serious problem for us too, because our, some of our customers have never used Gatsby before they're coming from a WordPress full on WordPress background and our sales team marketing, we all need to be able to convey like, yeah, this is what it really is. [00:48:45] And this is what it means. And maybe. The acronym sticks after they understand it, but that's a really uphill battle to explain right on the way. So I would love if a community we all got together and like, kind of just understood it. You know, it's kind of like the GraphQL spec have a formal definition for what this is. [00:49:02] Don't be too heavy handed on approach, let people implement however they want to. And then there's just a concept that has different flavors. Yeah. Oh, it's different  [00:49:14] swyx: flavors. Okay. That'd be interesting.  [00:49:16] Gatsby for Docs  [00:49:16] swyx: Is there anything else that we haven't covered that you wanted to shout out?  [00:49:21] Abhi Aiyer: This is fun. I really enjoyed talking to you too.  [00:49:24] swyx: Yeah, I love, uh, I love catching up. Um, uh, Fun fact, we're actually at my workplace. We use Docusaurus right now for our docs. We're actually considering moving to Gatsby. [00:49:35] Nice. Not something I thought I would do this year, but we're, we're running into enough limitations to Docusaurus that we're essentially customizing so much that we don't get much benefit anymore. So maybe a good standard docs implementation. It would be interesting for you guys actually, because a lot of the reason that people pick Docusaurus is basically it has docs in the name and it's got a lot of good defaults for docs, right? [00:50:04] And Gatsby, maybe it doesn't have such a developed theme for docs.  [00:50:07] Ward Peeters: We've mostly pushed people to the Apollo team. Like they have a great, like the whole Apolo site is, or docs site is built with Gatsby and a open source. The building blocks up there. So, or you could start from there and then, oh  [00:50:20] Abhi Aiyer: yeah.  [00:50:23] New Relic is with Gatsby and they're working on something similar too.  [00:50:30] swyx: Awesome. Awesome. Yeah. All right. Cool. Well thanks for those pointers. I'm actually going to go explore them. [00:50:38] Abhi Aiyer: Yeah. If you need any help. Yeah, we'll do.  [00:50:41] swyx: And there's no reason why we shouldn't move to Gatsby cloud, if that makes sense for us as well. Okay. Okay.  [00:50:47] Ward and Abhi,thanks so much, and this is really great chatting, thanks for reaching out. And, yeah, I hope  [00:50:52] Abhi Aiyer: people would try out Gatsby. [00:50:54] Thanks for having us.

The Mandarian Orange Show
The Mandarian Orange Show Episode 177- Sausage Grapes Redux, or: A Very Just Janelle

The Mandarian Orange Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 59:07


In this episode, Phil and Janelle talk about soft grapes, classroom justice, new records, Muppets, animation, In a Lonely Place, Cooking With Vincent Price, The 30 Day Challenge, Mandarian Orange Live, Review Sentence Frames, The Bachelor, and more.

Endurance Innovation Podcast
Marc Graveline Redux

Endurance Innovation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 67:03


Endurance Innovation is now on Patreon! Have a peek at our page and show us some love.5:00 why aerotest with two systems in parallel?6:45 the two categories of aero testing systems: their similarities and differences14:15 comparing results between the Gizmo and Aerotunethe role of air density in the aero equation as used by the GizmoRolling resistance and drivetrain dragError contribution33:00 testing while training41:15 incorporating IMUs (motion sensors) in aero testingMonitoring head positionError-checking the barometric altimeter47:00 error correction49:00 the future of the Gizmo and aero testing broadly

The Food Chain - What's Eating What Radio
Show # : 1292 GREEN ACRES, REDUX!

The Food Chain - What's Eating What Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021


The dream is to leave the city, go to where the grass is green, farm the land, breathe fresh air and grow food people will pay good money for. This dream leads us to ask:

Professional Book Nerds
Babysitters Club Super Special Redux

Professional Book Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 51:12


In this special Throwback Thursday episode, Jill is joined by Kate and Lauryn from the podcast Generation BSC to discuss all things Baby Sitters Club. Episode originally aired in July 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The J-Man Show
Ep#223: Nightmare Tales Redux 2021

The J-Man Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 44:35


This time J discusses real life monsters in cancel culture, urban legends, strange stories from Maryland and more weird stories to continue on The Monster Fest.Book: Urban Legends Of The USA: Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan by Susan Hill.Twitter: @j360productionsFacebook.com/j360productionsEmail: j360productions@outlook.com

Crain's Daily Gist
10/14/21: First peek at Trib Tower redux

Crain's Daily Gist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 34:09


Crain's residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin talks with host Amy Guth about news from the local housing market, including a look inside Tribune Tower's new residential amenities, the uptick in home sales near golf courses, an abolitionist's Austin home up for landmark status and more. Plus: Chicago police union says it will fight vax mandate in court, Portillo's seeks up to $400 million in IPO, KKR's billionaire founders hand off leadership reins and PharmaCann expands to Colorado and Michigan with latest weed deal.

Putting It Together
Lovely – Sondheim Redux (with Zina Lee)

Putting It Together

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 50:03


It's time to put on a toga again. Zina Lee returns to break down the two times Lovely shows up in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. They also try to figure out if there's a way to modernize the show. You can follow Zina on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/zinajlee/You can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyrics, Finishing the Hat, by going here: https://amzn.to/2LB9ZJoWe are using three productions to frame our discussion of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.The original Broadway cast starring Zero Mostel (1962)You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/2YY5IWGOr get it via digital download on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2I374dQOr listen to it on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2D02QzxThe performance from Ruthie Henshall and Carol Burnett in Putting It TogetherYou can watch it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/jqln-DOiGIcThe Broadway revival starring Nathan Lane (1996)You're only able to purchase the physical copy on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2KfnJwJOur sponsors this week are: Rümi - https://www.rumi.ca/ - Our guiding mission is to create homeowner happiness, one smile at a time. Right now, you'll only find us in Calgary, Edmonton and the surrounding areas, but you'll be able to find us in other Alberta cities soon. By offering a range of home solutions, we express our true purpose—to provide the best, most complete, homeowner experience to all. Park Power - https://parkpower.ca - your friendly, local utilities provider in Alberta. Offering Internet, Electricity, and Natural Gas with low rates, awesome service, and profit-sharing with local charities. Send feedback to puttingittogetherpodcast@gmail.comPutting It Together is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comRecorded by Media Lab YYC. Media Lab is a production company. They help you tell your story. They do this by assisting in the creation of videos and podcasts. Find more information at: http://medialabyyc.comKeep up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Troubleshooting Agile
Ringfencing Redux

Troubleshooting Agile

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:19


A listener asks about conditions where ringfencing might make sense, and we explore the differences among ringfencing, focus, and empowerment. SHOW LINKS: - Listener question: https://twitter.com/DeliverItCast/status/1443304167313915907 - Ringfencing episode: https://soundcloud.com/troubleshootingagile/the-ringfencing-trap - The Goal: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Goal_(novel) --- Our new book, Agile Conversations, is out now! See https://agileconversations.com where you can order your copy and get a free video when you join our mailing list! We'd love to hear any thoughts, ideas, or feedback you have about the show. Email us at info@agileconversations.com

Life’s a Banquet with Bretton Scott & Zahra Tangorra
"I Think I Heard Something"- A Scary Movie Redux

Life’s a Banquet with Bretton Scott & Zahra Tangorra

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 60:08


Today we talk about scary movies. And food. Deal with it. It's Life's a Banquet the podcast!Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Life's A Banquet by becoming a member!Life's A Banquet is Powered by Simplecast.

Suspect
Redux | 8

Suspect

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 45:17


With the arrival of a verdict, the legal team turns to Seattle's most famous rapper, Macklemore, to step in and help fight for justice. As the accused enters the end of a decade in jail, a new trial looms.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Talkspace - We'd like to thank our presenting sponsor, Talkspace. Match with a licensed therapist and get $100 off your first month by using promo code SUSPECT at talkspace.com.SimpliSafe - Save 20% on your security system and get your first month free when you sign up for the Interactive Monitoring service at simplisafe.com/suspect.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Space Javelin
SJ248: Facebook's whistleblown, Apple vs Epic redux, SMS & Twitch hacked, Peanuts, and a new guest!

Space Javelin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 63:57


Steven Robles of the AppleInsider podcast joins us this week, cadets, for news, remembering Steve Jobs, big hacks, and much more! See what happens when worlds collide! https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/08/apple-appeals-ruling-in-epic-games-lawsuit-requests-stay-on-app-store-changes https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/06/new-app-store-rule-streamlines-app-account-deletion https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/05/facebook-whistleblower-says-congress-needs-to-act-to-stop-a-growing-crisis https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/04/whistleblower-facebook-chooses-profit-over-safety-of-its-users https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/06/iphone-13-pro-getting-automatic-macro-mode-toggle-in-ios-151 https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/06/apple-adds-prores-support-auto-macro-toggle-in-ios-151-beta-3 https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/04/filmic-pro-adds-prores-video-to-iphone-13-pro-before-apple https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/06/halide-25-now-available-boasting-an-all-new-macro-photography-mode https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/08/more-evidence-surfaces-of-5g-iphone-se-3-coming-in-spring-2022 https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/06/eu-to-charge-anti-competitive-apple-over-reserving-nfc-for-apple-pay https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/05/ericsson-files-suit-against-apple-to-prove-frand-compliance-amid-5g-licensing-talks https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/08/apple-building-massive-tv-movie-production-facility-in-culver-city https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/08/former-apple-employee-accused-of-leaking-trade-secrets-under-criminal-investigation https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/05/yubikey-bio-security-key-adds-fingerprint-recognition-to-older-macs https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/03/apple-earned-more-from-gaming-than-sony-nintendo-microsoft-activision-combined https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/04/apple-tv-its-the-great-pumpkin-charlie-brown-to-air-on-pbs-on-october-24 https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/05/apple-tv-to-debut-new-peanuts-new-years-eve-special-for-auld-lang-syne https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/04/ted-lasso-pays-over-650000-for-rights-to-use-uk-football-logos-trophy https://www.iphoneincanada.ca/apple/apple-tv-foundation-renewed-second-season/ https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/04/five-year-breach-gave-hackers-access-to-billions-of-text-messages https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/06/amazons-twitch-hacked-source-code-financial-details-published https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/05/google-launching-new-pixel-6-pixel-6-pro-smartphones-on-oct-19 https://www.iphoneincanada.ca/news/canadian-app-can-flag-genetic-links-to-cancer/ https://appleinsider.com/articles/21/10/05/apple-ceo-tim-cook-pens-letter-in-remembrance-of-steve-jobs

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Oct. 10, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "A New Dark Age - All Reality Closed Off, Shut Out" *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 15, 2020 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 76:40


--{ "A New Dark Age - All Reality Closed Off, Shut Out"© CTTM}-- Excerpt from Original Broadcast Nov. 15, 2020 - Man, Myth and Magic - Predictive Programming - Fiction, Television Series - Every Country has a Department of Culture - Beria, NKVD - Propaganda - British Soap Opera, Coronation Street - Magazines, Marketing Aimed at Women - U.N. Programs for Women - World Economic Forum - England's Red Bishop, Communistic, Lifelong Education - Visual Language, Internet, AI - Machiavelli, Francis Bacon - Roger Bacon - WEF, The Great Reset, Sustainability, Agenda 21 - SAGE, Event 201 - Censorship, Bring Down Social Media - You are the Enemy - Entering a New Dark Age - Media and CIA and other Intelligence Agencies - Populism, Nationalism - George Soros, Open Society - EU, Tower of Babel; Rebuild a Unified World and Become Gods - Greek Mythology; Gods Play with Humans - From Consumerism to Austerity - Political Elections - The Elite are a Separate Species - Stars are Made - The Guardians of the Universe, The Olympians - Obedience - "You can't have rights during an emergency" - Habitat Corridors - Lockdowns Way Beyond Wartime Scenarios - BLM, Antifa, Riots - The One Percent - Fascism - Rationing - PsyOps Units Working Against Their Own Country's People; Military - The Hunger Games - 1965 Movie, The 10th Victim - Eugenics; Sci-Fi Fantasy Musical, Just Imagine - Movies for Women - Movie, The Office Wife - Song from 1934 Movie, "Keep Young and Beautiful" - Covid, Lockdowns, Essential, Non-Essential, Rationing, Protests, Riots, Burning, Looting - The Target of Everything is You - Your Whole Life Long You've Been Ruled. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 15, 2020 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Zone Podcasts
JMart and Ramon 10-8-21 Hour One: LAR-SEA, Titans Injuries, Wesley Woodyard Redux

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 36:39


Jason and Ramon recap last night's Rams-Seahawks game. They discuss the Titans injuries woes and re-visit their conversation with former Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard.

Putting It Together
Rose's Turn – Sondheim Redux (with Eric Matthew Richardson)

Putting It Together

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 66:51


Although credited with only writing the lyrics, could Sondheim have had a larger influence on this song? Eric Matthew Richardson returns to discuss why Rose's Turn is great and how it's been interpreted over the years. Check out The LEA Project: https://leaproject.devEric's website: http://www.ericmatthewrichardson.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheEMRMusicYou can purchase Stephen Sondheim's first book of lyrics, Finishing the Hat, by going here: https://amzn.to/2LB9ZJoWe are using three productions to frame our discussion of Gypsy.The original Broadway cast starring Ethel Merman (1959)You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/2QcbkqZOr get it via digital download on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2SwBlmLOr listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/24hgppcPnYdswB9l2sqzih?si=UB4ty6JNR6OfqMesqvNcwQThe London revival starring Angela Lansbury (1974)You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/gypsy-1973-original-london-cast-recording/958519671You can also buy it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/303jOeHListen to this playlist on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0MFPz1v8Mndz9wPuZYeWs6?si=9b94f9876bed4958The Broadway revival starring Bernadette Peters (2003)You can listen to it on Apple Music: https://apple.co/2SwRs3AOr get it via digital download on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2AplLT5Or listen to it on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6Zy5TONz6w6hQBhpOv5YDZ?si=5huMj99iTPWhB7IzUIvTnAOur sponsors this week are: ATB: Built to Help Albertans - https://www.atb.com/covid-19/ - ATB was built to help Albertans, their families, and their businesses navigate the unknown. As Alberta enters a new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, we're still focused on giving you meaningful financial advice and the help you need to access support. The Alberta Podcast Network - https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.com - They promote and support Alberta-made podcasts, and connect their audiences with Alberta-based businesses and organizations. Check out Quantum Kickflip here: https://www.quantumkickflip.com Send feedback to puttingittogetherpodcast@gmail.comPutting It Together is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comRecorded by Media Lab YYC. Media Lab is a production company. They help you tell your story. They do this by assisting in the creation of videos and podcasts. Find more information at: http://medialabyyc.comKeep up to date with Putting It Together by following its social media channels.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/puttingittogetherpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/sondheimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sondheimpodcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Large Marge Sent Us
275. Jurassic Park REDUX

Large Marge Sent Us

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 54:30


Happy 5th Anniversary to us! That's right ... LMSU has been around for 5 years now and with 275+ episodes, we cannot frickin' believe it! Back in 2016, we were just two sisters with a dream talking about Jurassic Park, so we only thought it would be fitting to celebrate our 5 year with a re-watch and re-record of the dino blockbuster.  Will we talk about the same things we did 5 years ago or will 5 years of wisdom and maturity bring us new insight? Come and find out! As the great Samuel L. Jackson aka Mr. Arnold says ... Hold onto your butts! 

At Last She Said It
Episode 067: BONUS—Uncrossed Bridges Redux

At Last She Said It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 56:36


In this bonus recut, Cynthia and Susan revisit a Season 1 conversation about the challenge of building bridges for the young women of today to cross into adult lives of personal and spiritual fulfillment as Latter-day Saints. Will they be willing to seek a faith home within the same patriarchal church structure their mothers and grandmothers have inhabited? For now, the bridges these two mothers have built don't seem to lead to a place their daughters want to go.

After Class Podcast
4.39 - Wrath of God 1 - REDUX

After Class Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 51:17


This week we are re-airing the episode that we trace the “wrath of God” in the Old Testament. This and the next episode are a springboard to talking about what Jesus's death accomplished. So if you haven't heard this series or need a refresher on the often discussed topic of God as a cruel, wrathful God in the Old Testament, this is for you.

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
Oct. 3, 2021 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "A Free Society is a Nuisance to Rulers Megalomaniacal, Expect Intolerant Authority for Efficiency Tyrannical." *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov.

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 69:05


--{ "A Free Society is a Nuisance to Rulers Megalomaniacal, Expect Intolerant Authority for Efficiency Tyrannical."© Alan Watt}-- Original Broadcast Nov. 17, 2019 - Scare Tactics, Propaganda; Lied to by Experts and Adults - Your Freedom is a Nuisance to those Who Want to Manage You - Al Gore and His Inconvenient Lack of Proof - The Psychopath Studies You and Mimics Your Genuine Emotions - Hillary Clinton Laughing at Gaddafi's Torture and Death - Prosperity in Libya Under Gaddafi - 9/11 and the Worldwide Loss of Rights - 9/11 was the Real Kickoff to the 21st Century, the Century of Change and Transition - Carroll Quigley; The CFR is a Part of the Managing Group, The Establishment - Psychopaths in Medicine and Research - Communist Manifesto, Destruction of Family Unit, Birth Control Pill - Out in the Open Now about Depopulation - Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Julian Huxley, Planned Parenthood, UNESCO - Al Gore's Statements about the Internet - Your Personal Computer; DARPA Managed the Internet System - High Definition Television - Pentagon, Targeting Specific People for Heart Attacks with Certain Pixel Groupings and Rates - Incredible Violence Done to People by Their Own Governments - Everything is Planned - Thousands of Think-Tank s Across the Planet all Working on Specialized Areas of Managing Us and Managing the Future - Movie, Minority Report - Mass Shootings; Knifings - State-Sponsored Monitoring of Mental Health; GIRFEC in Scotland - Attorney General William Barr Announced a New “Pre-Crime” Program Inspired by “War on Terror” Tactics, an Article by Whitney Webb; Using Psychologists, Threat Assessment, Intervention Teams and Community Groups - After 9/11, President Bush Talked about the New Freedom - Clarifying Overseas Use of Data Act or CLOUD Act - Efficiency - Barr and Priti Patel Claim CLOUD will Enhance Civil Liberties and Be Used to Go After Pedophiles and Organized Crime; Jeffrey Epstein was a Key Funder of the Company Carbyne 911 - Stasi System in East Germany, Millions of the Citizenry were Used to Spy on Other Citizens - Feds Launch Probe Into Project Nightingale, Which Secretly Gave Google Access to Americans' Medical Data - Operation Inherent Resolve, OIR; Forces Being Redeployed to Syria's Oil-Producing Areas - US election 2020: Obama Issues Warning to 'Revolutionary' Democrats; The One-Party System which is Communism - Quigley, CFR, RIIA, Milner Group - It is Revolution - Australia's Bush Fires - US Constructing Two New Bases In Syria's Oil-Rich Region - 5G Smart Poles - Extremely Cold Here. *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Nov. 17, 2019 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe
The 2021 Laver Cup Redux on this episode of Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe

Holding Court with Patrick McEnroe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 25:18


The 2021 Laver Cup Redux!  This was the fourth edition of the Laver Cup, a men's tennis tournament between teams from Europe and the rest of the world. It was held on indoor hard courts at the TD Garden in Boston, United States from 24 until 26 September. Team Europe captain Björn Borg, vice captain Thomas Enqvist and Team World captain John McEnroe, vice captain Patrick McEnroe. Team Europe won the title for a fourth consecutive edition.