Dan is joined once again by Dr. David Chao (ProFootballDoc.com) to tackle the most pressing injury questions for Week 7. Later, Dan and Yates preview every single game taking place this week! Sponsors: PrizePicks - Turn your picks into real cash with PrizePicks! Use our Promo Code “GRIDIRON” to receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100. Magic Spoon - Magic Spoon offers tasty, healthy cereal that cuts down on sugar and carbs. Go to magicspoon.com/fantasypros to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code FANTASYPROS at checkout to get $5 off. Timestamps: Injury Analysis - 0:00:21 Baker Mayfield - 0:00:54 Alex Collins - 0:01:53 Tyreek Hill - 0:02:58 Antonio Gibson - 0:04:19 Julio Jones - 0:05:47 Dak Prescott - 0:07:04 Dan & Kyle in the Morning - 0:09:08 Over/Under Challenge - 0:11:20 DEN vs. CLE - 0:14:35 D'Ernest Johnson - 0:14:35 Odell Beckham - 0:17:26 Javonte Williams/Melvin Gordon - 0:21:09 Tim Patrick - 0:22:22 KC vs. TEN - 0:24:53 Mecole Hardman - 0:26:08 Julio Jones - 0:27:30 TEN WRs - 0:28:18 Ryan Tannehill - 0:28:44 WAS vs. GB - 0:29:18 A.J. Dillon - 0:29:42 Terry McLaurin - 0:31:18 J.D. McKissic - 0:31:59 Jaret Patterson - 0:32:57 CIN vs. BAL - 0:34:14 Joe Burrow - 0:34:19 Tee Higgins/Tyler Boyd - 0:35:06 Marquise Brown/Rashod Bateman - 0:35:58 Devonta Freeman - 0:37:03 CAR vs. NYG - 0:40:11 Devontae Booker - 0:40:15 Sterling Shepard - 0:41:14 Darius Slayton - 0:41:56 Chuba Hubbard - 0:42:24 Sam Darnold - 0:43:13 Robby Anderson - 0:43:39 ATL vs. MIA - 0:44:20 Myles Gaskin - 0:45:01 Matt Ryan - 0:45:46 NYJ vs. NE - 0:46:57 Jakobi Meyers - 0:47:01 Rhamondre Stevenson - 0:48:05 Corey Davis - 0:49:18 Michael Carter - 0:51:14 PHI vs. LV - 0:52:01 Jalen Hurts - 0:52:19 Kenyan Drake - 0:53:38 Hunter Renfrow/Henry Ruggs - 0:54:07 DET vs. LAR - 0:54:53 Jamaal Williams - 0:55:09 Amon-Ra St. Brown - 0:55:51 Sony Michel - 0:57:05 Tyler Higbee - 0:58:11 CHI vs. TB - 0:58:52 Damien Williams/Khalil Herbert - 0:58:52 Cole Kmet - 1:00:20 TB WRs - 1:00:47 HOU vs. ARI - 1:02:44 Mark Ingram - 1:02:57 James Conner - 1:03:38 ARI WRs - 1:04:18 IND vs. SF - 1:05:27 T.Y Hilton/Michael Pittman - 1:05:27 Elijah Mitchell - 1:06:37 Ross Dwelley - 1:07:38 NO vs. SEA - 1:08:11 Alex Collins - 1:08:11 Rashaad Penny - 1:09:51 Marquez Callaway - 1:10:42 Jameis Winston - 1:11:20
Our Gaming Hut look at the axes of roleplaying game design continues with the previously teased Ease versus Mastery. In Ask Ken and Robin beloved Patreon backer Joe Webb takes the bait and requests the previously teased adventures of T. E. Lawrence and Robert Graves. The Culture Hut looks at the changing moods of SF […]
So, here's another episode out of order, but ah well. In this one, I talk a bit about the whole "Lara and the Witch" series, and the recently-completed novel "When You Need It Most."Also, Fake Sean knew you were trouble when you walked in. He's wise that way.Download the darn episode by Right-Clicking HERE.Support me on Patreon right . . . about . . . HERE.Logo by Gino "The Brand New Zealander" Moretto.
ITビジネスメディア「CNET Japan」に掲載された記事の中から1本を選び、担当記者に取材の裏話などを聞いていきます。今回ピックアップした記事はこちら。 ● アマゾンが発表したロボットなどの家庭用デバイス--近未来SFの生活はすぐそこ？【翻訳編集部・中井川】 https://japan.cnet.com/article/35177301/ 【トーク内容】 ・日米での防犯意識の違い ・日米のロボットのビジュアルについて ・記事内で登場するSF作品の数々 【1配信10分以内・毎週火曜日と金曜日に更新】
This week we unearthed another unreleased mix from the vaults!! This is Sol, Live from Breakfast of Champions 2015 at the legendary Mighty in SF, that now is the even more legendary Great Northern!! You can hear Sol LIVE next weekend at the Space Cowboys Haunted Hoedown featuring @fortknoxfive on October 30th 2021! Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/haunted-hoedown-w-the-fort-knox-five-tickets-172361085647 We're also going to be blowing it up with our legendary New Year's Day part, Breakfast of Champions + It's a New Day, on 1/1/22! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/its-a-new-day-breakfast-of-champions-block-party-2022-tickets-176799220227
What's a brood parasite have in common with a hot-ticket football coach? SF vs In-N-Out Burger, Biden's 174th vaccination, coaches canned for un- vax status, Chicago cops to Indiana? New slate of games! Breaux Exotic on "South Left" and Tommy Bench on Chinese nukes.... @THESPORTSANTIDOTE RATE/SUBSCRIBE/REVIEW --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-sports-antidote/support
Interview with Katie Storey In this episode, I had the amazing chance to talk about something that I have been passionate about for years with the talented and knowledgeable Katie Storey! Katie Storey is the founder and principal designer of Storey Design, a full-service interiors firm based in San Francisco. She has been recognized by California Home & Design, Wallpaper, Vogue, Domino, Luxe Interiors, and World of Interiors. She is also the founder of the Good Future Design Alliance, an alliance of design and builds professionals committed to reducing waste in the industry. “I had two choices: start this movement or change careers.” The waste Katie was seeing every day in her interior design practice kept her up at night. The breaking point came when she ordered a couch from Oakland for a client in San Francisco, which was promptly sent 3000 miles to a distribution center in North Carolina before being shipped back to the Bay Area. Katie knew the sustainability initiatives she was implementing as a small design firm, although necessary, weren't enough. She also knew that meaningful and lasting change would require greater industry involvement. Katie began to brainstorm ways she could prompt radical changes in the design & build industry, & connected with her greater SF community to see what could be done. After building relationships with Recology and SF's Department of the Environment, she began creating what is now the Good Future Design Alliance – a movement to dramatically reduce waste and change the way my industry does business. They are new in their form, but with the wisdom and experience of leading designers, builders, and makers, they are here for the long fight toward a better future. Through the episode, Katie shares her story and the journey that led her to start the GFDA. For decades, the design industry has been wasteful and not focused or conscious of the carbon footprint nor the environmental impact of the products and services that are used. However, in recent years, there's been a shift as people are realizing how important the planet and living healthy is for our present and future. I shared details about my own firm's journey to sustainability, and Katie and I talked more about the many issues designers face when trying to source and work more sustainably, and she even provided some solutions. There is a way to DO better and find a balance in the design industry. Words of Wisdom: If we can survive the pandemic and adjust, we can definitely adjust and meet this climate moment! You can find Katie Storey and the GFDA at www.thegfda.com or on Instagram @thegfda. -- Join our Facebook community, here. -- Leave a comment below on how you liked this episode and let me know what other topics or guests you'd like on the podcast. Don't forget to rate the podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or any other podcast platform!
Octopus month has morphed seamlessly into Multispecies month here at RtB, bringing with it not only last week's piece on chimpanzees, but also this sparkling conversation about all sorts of multi-species communities. Recorded live in front of an audience of writing students and introduced by Brandeis physicist Matthew Headrick, it features Patricia Alvarez Astacio, an anthropologist and filmmaker. She has made a film about her work in the Peruvian highlands, where people live with, respect, shear and sometimes eat alpacas. Gina Turrigiano, RtB guest-host of long standing, wears her biological hat in this conversation, bringing to bear insights about avian intelligence and the other sorts of animal community that silently surround our species (think microbiome...). John tries to steer the conversation towards SF as usual. Read Transcript Here (or Visit the Recallthisbook.org Transcript page) Upcoming episodes: What do you make of Amazon? The new Sears Roebuck? A terrifying monopoly threat? Satisfaction (a paperback in your mailbox, a Kindle edition on your tablet) just a click away? We talk in early November with Stanford English prof Mark McGurl, who faces that question squarely in his terrific new book, Everything and Less: The Novel in the Age of Amazon. Elizabeth Ferry is Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University. Email: email@example.com. John Plotz is Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies
SF shuts down In-and-Out Burger for not checking vaccination. Racism now health crisis in NYC. FL man uses 'finger gun' to steal napkins. Passengers held up phones during rape. Aaron Rodgers thumbs nose at 'woke' PC culture.
Naizar Mubarak is a native Sri Lankan who used his love for cooking to find success in the Bay Area's culinary world. Mubarak began his career at the age of 19 working at the Galle Dutch Fort, a UNIESCO World Heritage site in Sri Lanka. He also worked for American actor and writer Charles G. Hulls, learning from Hull's private chef how to prepare food for European customers. After emigrating to the Bay Area in 2004, Mubarak worked his way through the ranks at various Oakland restaurants such as Marzano, Garibaldi's, Bocanova, and the Duck Club. Today, he is the Executive Chef at SF's favorite Florio Bar & Cafe. Mubarak's story would be incomplete without the influence of his mother's recipes and his native culture's culinary traditions. In Sri Lanka, everything is done manually and made with fresh, living ingredients. He learned from a young age to use everything he had, and even knew how to mix his own spices. With his mother's famous recipes and a love of experimenting with different flavors, Naizar gained an edge in the Western culinary world. Throughout the years, he's been praised for his creativity in blending different cultural flavors. At his restaurant Florio, he makes unique French and Italian dishes with Sri Lankan spices–– recipes that he has become widely known for. Naizar's cooking is elegant, innovative, and satisfying. To this day, his customers can still be heard exclaiming: “Yumm! What is this?” Meet Naizar Mubarak!
In this podcast Cassandra Khaw talks about Nothing But Blackened Teeth, The All-Consuming World, travelling around the world, and much more. About Cassandra Khaw Cassandra Khaw is an award-winning game writer, whose fiction work has been nominated for several awards. You can find their fiction in places like F&SF, Year's Best of Science Fiction and … Continue reading
Members of today's US Special Operations Forces are often regarded as heroes, but there are those that today's elite operators look up to and regard as their own heroes. John Stryker “Tilt” Meyer is one of those men! As a member of the clandestine MAC-V SOG operating in the midst of the Vietnam War, Tilt recounts his combat experiences, some very close calls, and how close partnership with indigenous forces along with coordinated joint operations lead to successful missions in places where American troops “officially” never were. Subscribe today and leave us a review!
Today's guest on Danger Close is former SAS operator Mark “Billy” Billingham. From 1983 to 1991 Billy served in the UK's Parachute Regiment before joining SAS where he was a Mountain Troop specialist conducting operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, South America and Africa. He is a certified SF and Counter Terrorist Sniper Instructor, an Advanced Evasive Driving Instructor, a Combat Survival/RTI Instructor, a Tracking/Jungle Warfare/Navigation Instructor, a Demolition/Sabotage Instructor, a Ski Mountaineering/Rock Climbing/Abseiling/Ice climbing Instructor, a Counter Terrorist Instructor. He is also a philanthropist and highly sought-after speaker. He is the author of The Hard Way: Adapt, Survive and Win and the new book Call to Kill: The Enemy Is Everywhere. Following his career in the military, Billy served as a personal bodyguard for high-profile clients including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Sir Michael Caine, Jude Law, Hulk Hogan, Kate Moss, Russell Crowe and Tom Cruise. Since 2015, Billy has been one of the lead instructors on the television series SAS: Who Dares Wins. You can learn more about Billy at markbillybillingham.com or follow him on social @billingham22b. Featured Gear: Ten Thousand Tactical Short Ten Thousand Interval Short Kevin Aerolite 30 Sleeping Bag Boot Campaign x BRCC Altama Sponsors: SIG Sauer: Today's episode is presented by SIG Sauer. Ten Thousand: Today's featured gear segment is brought to you by Ten Thousand. Ten Thousand is offering our listeners 15% of their purchase! Go to tenthousand.cc and enter code DANGERCLOSE15 to receive 15% off.
Podcaster, radio host and "America's Sweetheart," Jesse Thorn is a bald man who reveals his serious facial hair helps cover some cheek zone bald spots. Jesse and the Bald Talkers dive into some serious manscaping discussions, the fact that Jesse's garden is filled with his Wahl shaved hairs, and the term "Schikcing it" might replace our beloved "Bic-ing it". Jesse also discusses about the SF comedy scene, his wonky USC Santa Cruz education about the biz, and his bit turned cultural concept, "the new sincerity." __ Show Information Twitter: @baldtalkpodcast Instagram: @baldtalkpod Email: email@example.com
Spaceflight news— Rocket 3.3 follow-up (spacenews.com) (astra.com)— Lucy's in the sky (americaspace.com) (spacenews.com) (planetary.org) (americaspace.com) (planetary.org) (blog.ulalaunch.com)Short & Sweet— Brazil Space Agency successfully tests new rocket motor (avibras.com.br)— Virgin Galactic gets postponed (spacenews.com)— China launches nation's first solar observatory (spacenews.com)Questions, comments, corrections— Roton Revision — Andy Z via email: Check out the WWI Le Rhone engine (youtu.be) — Ben Hallert via Twitter: Autorotation is complicated and interesting enough to be more specific about. (twitter.com/chairboy) (twitter.com/chairboy) (youtube.com)— From the intro: ISS takes another tumble (HT Andy Z: twitter.com/liamkennedy)This week in SF history— 19 Oct, 2014. Comet Siding Spring has closest approach to Mars (nasa.gov) (nasa.gov) (nasa.gov) (arxiv.org) (skyandtelescope.org)— Next week (10/26 - 11/1) in 1961: Cluster thruster
Nikki Meddoro talks about a neighborhood in Fairfield targeting an illegal short term rental house by tagging the garage door with a threatening message and slashing the tires of the innocent renters...do homeowners have the right to rent out their house to vacationers? Also, when a Tik Tok star stuffed his SF rental car full of $30k full of music equipment, was he just asking to get robbed at gunpoint? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Intro.(1:18) - Start of interview.(1:51) - Manny's "origin story". He grew up in Oxnard, CA. He went to Cornell University for undergrad and "that's probably the first time he realized that the rest of the world did not look like Oxnard." His foray into film studies, including at Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, also known as Paris III.(8:05) - His decision to go to law school.(9:34) - His start with Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal's (now Denton's) SF litigation practice. Later, his experience at the California Department of Justice (Consumer Law Section). His time with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (he was an enforcement attorney between 2011-2014). That was his first experience "building something."(14:38) - His time with Affirm (31st employee and first attorney). He was there between 2014 and 2019.(15:19) - His decision to leave Affirm to be appointed as the new Commissioner of the California Department of Business Oversight (now Department of Financial Protection and Innovation). The Department oversees the operations of state-licensed financial institutions, including banks, credit unions, money transmitters, issuers of payment instruments and travelers checks, and premium finance companies.(20:30) - His take on "fintech": "A lot of people use this term [fintech] as a noun, but I think of it more as an adjective that describes an ethos that embraces the democratization of financial services." Fintech also encompasses ubiquity ("meeting the customers where they are"), the increased computing decision-making power (larger data-sets), and interoperability.(26:49) - His take on the rise of Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL). "In the early days of Affirm that term did not even exist, what was used was point of sale."(32:07) - His take on the rise of crypto through a regulatory lens. "Think about functional regulation." e.g. Store of value ≠ money transmission ≠ smart contract features, etc. "It's important to articulate what function you're worried about, define the activity and figure out who has the authority to regulate that specific activity."(37:27) - His take on how some in the private sector have proposed new regulatory frameworks, e.g. Coinbase's "Digital Asset Policy Proposal" or Andreessen Horowitz's "How to Win the Future" housed in their new web3 policy hub: "I think the self-regulatory approach and proposals put forward by private actors is smart and practical." "If for no other reason it forces a conversation between the company and the regulator." "It ought to be adopted by more companies in newly emerging spaces." "It shows a modicum of good faith [and transparency] by companies."(41:39) - On the creation and purpose of UC Hastings Center for Business Law Roundtable on Financial Policy & Regulation.(43:18) - On Board Diversity (California's SB-826, AB-979), Nasdaq Boardroom Diversity Rule.(46:14) - His three favorite books:One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1967)The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner (1929)The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison (1959)(46:47) - His mentors:His mom, who taught him grit.Gary Hernandez, former partner at SNR Denton (formerly Sonnenschein)Paula Boggs, musician and former GC at Starbucks.(49:08) - Quote that he thinks of often, or lives his life by: "I love mankind... it's people I can't stand." (Linus Van Pelt of Peanuts)(49:45) - An unusual or absurd habit that he loves: he wakes up at absurd hours but he relishes those early morning hours.Manny Alvarez is a financial services executive and former regulator committed to increasing access to financial literacy and technology, protecting consumers from harmful practices, and engaging under-served communities. If you like this show, please consider subscribing, leaving a review or sharing this podcast on social media. __ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter @evanepsteinLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack https://evanepstein.substack.com/Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License
This week on my podcast, I read my latest Medium column, Dead Letters, about the spam wars and they way they’ve led to a corporate enclosure of email, making it nearly impossible to run an independent, standalone newsletter. MP3
Are you tired of hearing the argument that “the private sector” can violate human rights and the Nuremberg Code? Well, on today's show, I lay it all on the table and shred the argument that this is coming from free-market ethos. In fact, what is going on today is antithetical to the free market and is all induced by government totalitarianism at every step. I also propose we rally behind Iowa's gold standard bill, SF 193, which is the broadest, most effective bill combatting the clot-shot mandates. Finally, I offer some more guidance on how to make state legislatures great again. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay! 1. Margo Hall, Artistic Director, Lorraine Hansberry Theatre and Traci Tolmarie, join us to talk about SFBATCO Theatre Festival this weekend, Oct. 16-17 @ Brava Theater in SF's Mission District. Visit https://www.sfbatco.org/schedule 2. Black Fire @The Magic Theatre in San Francisco's Ft. Mason Center, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. PT, with Tongo Eisen-Martin and Ahkeel Mestayer. Visit www.magictheatre.org or call the box office: (415) 441-8822.
John Canzano talks with Nick Daschel of the Oregonian to pick his brain from what he learned at Pac-12 Media Day in San Francisco, ahead of the 2021-22 college basketball season. Canzano asks Daschel how the Pac-12 headquarters building in SF is holding up, what he learned from talking with Oregon coach Dana Altman, how much longer does Altman want to coach, what was the tone like from Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle, where were the Beavers picked in the media poll, what were the conversations like on the women's side, who can we expect at the top of the conference this season, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Bonta and Shasky have their closing thoughts on the lineups for Game 5 and speak with TBS PxP brodacster Brian Anderson and SF legend Danny Glover. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We go back to the great movie, "Den of Thieves in comparison to what happened to John Gruden. The city of SF is falling apart. What is Trump mandated the vaccine, what then? 4.5T bill, and billionaires need to pay theirs, right? What if they gave up everything? Coach O is officially done... RATE/SUBSCRIBE/REVIEW @THESPORTSANTIDOTE --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-sports-antidote/support
Joe and Javier's careers first crossed paths at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Both went on to deploy multiple times to countries in the Middle East before retiring. They share several stories of their time together and about the early days of SF training while preparing for the Global War on Terror. Joe is also currently running for Congress in Washington state's District 3 and gives us an update on how the campaign is going after receiving some powerful endorsements. He's also got some advice for those men and women out there considering running for office themselves. Javier and I then discuss in depth his work with the Flanders Field Organization which has been working to get interpreters out of Afghanistan and over to America and continues to raise money to do so. Javier also shares some emotional insights into Afghanistan and why he feels we weren't ultimately successful. There may also be an in depth discussion about the state of hip hop and why it died decades ago. Grab a glass! There Will Be Bourbon!
Welcome to a very special episode of Reaching Out with Michael Constable! What's special about it, you ask? Well, it was the very first recorded episode! It was recorded before the podcast was even named (referred to generically as "the podcast" in the ep).We start out of the gates with an incredible guest -- Blake Mitchell. Blake is a friend of mine from San Francisco and was one of the very first people I thought of inviting on the show. Blake's infectious positivity, passion for helping others, and obvious love of being queer made it just feel so right, you know? Oh, not to mention that Blake is a local SF celebrity -- yep, you can find Blake all around SF thrilling crowds in drag as the GORG, Mary Lou Pearl.Blake shares with us what it was like coming out at as a teenager in a conservative and religious upbringing, what the power of self-expression in recent years has meant to him, and the differences in coming out as gay and coming out as a drag queen.I am so happy to share Blake's powerful story with everyone as the first guest for the podcast!Want to reach out to Blake?Instagram Blake MitchellInstagram Mary Lou PearlYouTube Mary Lou PearlWebsite Camp Brave Trails -- non-profit dedicated to LGBTQ+ youth leadershipYouTube Camp Brave TrailsFollow along with Reaching Out on Instagram:Instagram @reachingoutpodTwitter @reachingoutpodHost @michaelwingsit
We tackle on 14 games on the Week 6 slate. BYE Weeks for NYJ, SF, ATL and NO. Good luck out there. Please Rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. Underdog $25 Deposit BONUS⬇️⬇️ http://bit.ly/3uBQuW2 Patreon: https://bit.ly/idparmy THE ULTIMATE IDP INDEX: https://bit.ly/idparmy Fantasy Football Rankings: https://bit.ly/2Wb7CGy $100 Deposit Match BONUS for MONKEY KNIFE FIGHT!!!! https://bit.ly/3wOqSHb Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/2XNDz66 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33HovKV How To Draft IDPs Like A Pro: https://bit.ly/3ifsFjZ Follow The IDP Army - http://www.idparmy.com Follow Offensive Points - http://www.twitter.com/OffensivePoints ---- Patreon: https://bit.ly/idparmy Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/theidparmy Jordan: http://www.twitter.com/50shadesofdrunk Billy: http://www.twitter.com/hombrevender Joe: http://www.twitter.com/Opeconomist Josh: http://www.twitter.com/joshallSTL
Canary Cry News Talk #401 - 10.13.2021 THE GREAT FORK Bio Attack Readiness, Virus Brain Rapture, Grandma Climate - CCNT 401 WEBSITE/SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com EVERYTHING ELSE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel: Ravel Podcast Facelikethesun Resurrection YouTube channel Truther Dating experiment INTRO Rare 2 headed Turtle found (Boston Globe) Clip: Jen Psaki, President timeline Custom knife winner at second break? FLIPPY UPDATE MSU recycling adds robot arm to sort (State News) Clip: Real dog meets its cyborg counterpart NEW WORLD ORDER/BBB 3000 Amazon drivers could be owed nearly $200 million (Insider) Non-toxic gas to be deployed in NY subways, “bio-attack readiness” (CNBC, NY) COVID19/PANDEMIC SPECIAL Clip: Climate Change is way bigger threat than Covid, health official Clips: Southwest CEO denies any protest, admits rough summer (CNBC, Jim Cramer grille) Man who got Covid believes imminent rapture, brain problems (SF Chronicle) BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons I AM WACCINE Clip: Australia strictest waccine mandate (vs rap lady clip) Archbishop: Catholic troops can reject waccine (Axios) Covaxin for kids 2-18 approved by SEC (Economic Times) Note: Louisiana tosses 224,000 doses after no-shows (Fox Atlanta) MONEY/POLYTICK Largest Social Security boost in nearly 40 years (AP) BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups
Tonight's edition features some great tunes from Matthew Halsall, Good Weather for an Airstrike, Philippe Cote + Marc Copland, Helge Lien Trio, Rival Consoles, Proem, plus a re-release of Ochre's Lemodie. Plus tons more! Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′00″ Harmony with Nature (Live) by Matthew Halsall on Salute to the Sun: Live at Hallé St Peter's (Gondwana Records)
This week we invited Stunnaman02 into the classroom. His positivity is infectious and his will to win and inspire are admirable. Hailing from the infamous Filmore District of SF, he's been taking the world on one with his above standard bars and viral dances. His most recent project with fellow SF native Quake Beats titled "I Gotta Feel It" led by the viral single "Big Steppin" is just another propelling step to stardom that seemes inevitably destined for this young humble star! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/profnxtgen/support
Spaceflight news— Artemis funding (spacenews.com)— Starliner stuff — Valves (spacenews.com) — Reassigned crew (spacenews.com) (spacepolicyonline.com)Short & Sweet— Taiwan launch company to attempt orbital launch again (spacenews.com)— Planetary Protection might be revised (spacenews.com)— UAE announces plans for next interplanetary mission (cnet.com)Interview -- Kevin Rice, Director of Project Business Management JPL ret., Lockheed Martin ret.— Kevin can be found on LinkedIn (linkedin.com)— thebusiness.space— thebusiness.space/consultingThis week in SF history— 12 Oct, 1999: Final flight of Rotary Rocket' Roton ATV (en.wikipedia.org) (web.archive.org) (youtube.com) (HT Mike Stewart: web.archive.org) (hobbyspace.com) (sfgate.com)— Next week (10/19 - 10/25) in 2014: Duck and cover.
Rish presents W.W. Jacobs's 1908 ghost story "Jerry Bundler."Note, due to circumstances beyond your control, I've had to bump this episode up in place of the one I keep having to delay.To download the episode, Right-Click HERE.To support me on Patreon, click HERE.Logo by Gino "Hairy Chundler" Moretto.
LinksTwitterWebShow PartnerThis episode is presented by FTX. Trade on an awesome mobile interface fee-free, and still get all the great portfolio tracking features you know and love: https://uponly.tv/ftxShow NotesTom Intro ⁃ Partner at Dragonfly Capital (@dragonfly_cap) ⁃ Owner of elusive Gauntlet x Nike hoodie ⁃ Formerly product at 0x and PM at InstagramDragonfly Capital & Tokenomics ⁃ East/West focus. Crypto is very different from Web2 in that you can't really launch locally, you're global from day 1. Dragonfly help bridge the East/West gap for teams and products ⁃ 2019 was harder to do deals remotely, people would meet snd pitch in person. Not really a thing anymore – your reputation precedes you online ⁃ Day to day work is 25% team calls, 25% portfolio support, 20% research and staying on top of what's going on in the space ⁃ Cobie: How much of your previous product experience has helped in your VC Role? Tom: It was a bit of learning curve from IG to 0x. A lot translates over but the token aspect changes how you think about product, it can be the growth mechanic, the same product but with different tokenomics can have a huge difference in outcome ⁃ Cobie: Even having a token as a defence mechanism is a requirement now ⁃ Tom: Prefer the method of building a great and sticky product then adding the token on top of that otherwise you run into leaky bucket theory once the incentives run out ⁃ Dislikes revenue to token holders early on, ideally it should be used to make the product better and grow but treasuries have gotten so big that teams probably don't know how to spend itAirdrops & Sybil Attacks ⁃ Divergence Ventures farmed 10% of RBN airdrop ⁃ Returned following being found out and the following drama ⁃ Tom farmed it personally long before the airdrop email, continued to farm after that point and so has since voluntarily returned all farmed RBN from his account ⁃ An individual exploiting via sybil isn't as bad as an investor that then also dumps day one ⁃ Teams are experimenting with different ways to achieve fair distribution but there's still a lot to work out, it's a really interesting design space ⁃ Need to hold people to a high standard to self-regulate in the industryTrends in the next 6-18months? ⁃ Product structure ⁃ Derivative products ⁃ DAOs & DAO toolingEthereum Scaling ⁃ ZK-rollup maximalist ⁃ For some applications and purposes even the rollup won't be cheap enough and so maybe there will be room for other chains ⁃ You can also rollup a rollup e.g. Mina. Cobie: “Inception was a warning, don't go too many rollup's deep or you'll get stuck there forever” ⁃ Heterogeneous blockchain future but unsure what path it will take ⁃ Cobie: Should L2s have tokens? Tom: Decentralising the L2 could rely on having a token and also it's a case of trying to protect against forking or a competitor ⁃ There will be a fee for L2s but unsure who will pay it, token holders, users, maybe the L1? ⁃ Solana has been surprising with the amount of developer activity happening there ⁃ Cobie: When chains are EVM compatible you get a lot of copy-paste projects to grab money over and over. Potentially means that the teams are less sticky, opportunity over legitimate drive. Solana is more novel, the product designs maybe aren't all novel but there's a lot of work there being done to make things sticky. Those ecosystems that do that are much more likely to perform in the next cycleWhy won't my 0x go up? (– Ledger) ⁃ It's structured as a gas rebate which doesn't really scale proportionately to the size of a trade ⁃ Reworking a token is a sensitive topic ⁃ 0x we're extremely early on a lot of things like governanceBitcoin Projects? ⁃ Lightning network seems like a real path forward for Bitcoin, they're building a real developer network ⁃ It's not incentivised the demand to use it is natural either by need or by people who love BitcoinWorking in Crypto? ⁃ It's a great time to be a founder, raising funds is super competitive right now ⁃ Passion about the space and research is desired when hiring ⁃ Crypto is much more exciting and intellectually interesting than traditional tech jobs ⁃ Taipei is a solid place for crypto in Asia alongside Singapore⁃ 2017-2019 had SF as a central crypto hub but it's not really the case anymore and teams are becoming more geographically spread outFinal Alpha ⁃ Invest for strength, not for a lack of weakness ⁃ Focus on your sleep and getting high quality sleepNotes by LukeMusic by GiovanniPickle
Joe and Pat react to Week 5's NFL action and recap each Sunday afternoon game! Sponsors: Jock Market - The app where daily fantasy becomes a stock exchange. Buy and sell shares of players in real time, for real money. Download Jock Market in the App or Play Stores, or check out Jockmkt.com and use code "PROS" for a 100% deposit match up to $50 on your first deposit. Pristine Auction - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter registration code "FantasyPros" when you sign up to receive a free $5 credit. Timestamps: Trust or Bust - 0:03:47 Matchup Recaps - 0:09:30 NYJ vs. ATL - 0:09:30 GB vs. CIN - 0:13:59 DET vs. MIN - 0:19:17 DEN vs. PIT - 0:23:31 MIA vs. TB - 0:28:43 NO vs. WAS - 0:36:13 PHI vs. CAR - 0:40:18 TEN vs. JAC - 0:45:45 NE vs. HOU - 0:51:39 CHI vs. LV - 0:56:27 CLE vs. LAC - 1:00:16 NYG vs. DAL - 1:06:53 SF vs. ARI - 1:13:42 Biggest Takeaway - 1:18:47
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