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NewGen Networking Podcast
Interview – Tony Preston (Tony Preston Drain Services)

NewGen Networking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:20


In this episode of the podcast we interview Da Vinci Hub member Tony Preston of Tony Preston Drain Services to learn more about his business. If you would like to know more about Tony's services call 0151 608 9000, email info@drainserviceswirral.co.uk or visit drainserviceswirral.co.uk. NewGen Networking offers the chance to build lasting relationships, expand your network and generate business opportunities, whilst also having a bit of fun along the way. We have a range of flexible and affordable solutions, using tried and tested principles in a modern way to suits todays world. If you would like more information about NewGen Networking or would like to discover a meeting that is right for you, visit www.newgen-networking.com or email info@newgen-networking.com You can also find us on social media - Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube New Business - New Contacts - New Generation of Networking Other Episodes 27 Jun NewGen Networking, Podcasts Interview – Tony Preston (Tony Preston Drain Services) June 27, 2022 Leave a comment In this episode of the podcast we interview Da Vinci Hub member Tony Preston of Tony Preston Drain Services to learn more about his business. If you would like to know more about Tony's services...Read more 30 May NewGen Networking, Podcasts Interview – Mark Latham (Utopia Marketing) May 30, 2022 Leave a comment In this episode of the podcast we interview Da Vinci Hub member Mark Latham of Utopia Design to learn more about his business. For more details about Utopia's services simply call 0844 504 5678 or...Read more 30 May NewGen Networking, Podcasts Interview – Mark Latham (The Pod Station) May 30, 2022 Leave a comment In this episode of the podcast we interview Darwin Hub member Mark Latham from The Pod Station to learn more about his business. If you would like to know more about The Pod Station's services...Read more 30 May NewGen Networking, Podcasts Interview – Suzy Couper (Sales Skills Accelerator) May 30, 2022 Leave a comment In this episode of the podcast we interview Da Vinci Hub member Suzy Couper of Sales Skills Accelerator to learn more about her business. If you would like to know more about Suzy's services call...Read more 16 May NewGen Networking, Podcasts Interview – Chris Drew (Endeavour Financial Planning) May 16, 2022 Leave a comment In this episode of the podcast we interview Darwin Hub member Chris Drew of Endeavour Financial Planning to learn more about his business. For more information about their services call 0151 346 2218 or vis...

Feminist Utopia
Feminist Utopia E 92: The Alito Leak

Feminist Utopia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 34:32


Sources: https://www.politico.com/news/2022/05/02/read-justice-alito-initial-abortion-opinion-overturn-roe-v-wade-pdf-00029504https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felony_disenfranchisement_in_the_United_Stateshttps://www.forbes.com/sites/alisondurkee/2022/05/04/performing-an-abortion-will-become-a-felony-in-these-states-if-roe-v-wade-is-overturnedhttps://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/maddowblog/gop-contraception-restrictions-arent-table-rcna27922https://www.reuters.com/legal/government/us-supreme-court-justice-alitos-abortion-history-lesson-dispute-2022-05-06/https://www.mediaite.com/news/nprs-nina-totenberg-the-only-theory-that-makes-sense-is-the-supreme-court-is-a-conservative-clerk/https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2022/05/the-most-extreme-lines-from-justice-samuel-alitos-leaked-opinion-on-roe.htmlhttps://time.com/5882735/tennesee-law-protest-voting-rights-felony/https://bangordailynews.com/2022/05/09/news/bangor/pro-abortion-chalk-message-appears-on-susan-collins-bangor-sidewalk/https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-judge-dismisses-trumps-lawsuit-challenging-his-twitter-ban-2022-05-06/ 

451 MHz
#66 – Utopias e distopias - Hilario Franco Júnior e Luisa Geisler

451 MHz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 51:27


Será que estamos vivendo uma distopia no mundo de hoje? E qual seria a utopia dos dias atuais? O que é utopia para alguém pode ser a distopia para o outro? Essas e outras questões são tratadas pelo historiador Hilário Franco Júnior, autor de "Em busca do paraíso perdido: as utopias medievais", e pela escritora Luisa Geisler, uma das autoras de "Corpos secos". Assine e apoie o podcast 451 MHz: https://bit.ly/Assine451

Peregrino
Homilía sobre la Utopia y santo Tomás Moro

Peregrino

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:15


Sleep With Me
1082 - Utopia | Sleeping With Doctor Who S3 E11

Sleep With Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 71:00


Lay down and rest while a lulling lot of LARPers lead the for a few reunions. Become a patron and get sweet bonus content from the show! https://www.patreon.com/sleepwithme New art for the show by Emily Tat - https://emilytatdesigns.com/ Stay up to date with all of our FUN Fundraising and Awareness-raising live streams and other cool stuff by signing up for our free newsletter at www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/midnightmision BAY AREA! Next Live show is Weds 5/25 at 7:45pm, you can watch the replay for FREE by signing up for the newsletter www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/midnightmision or buy tickets at www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/tickets Support our AAPI community- www.napawf.org/take-action Black Lives Matter. More resources here- https://linktr.ee/dearestscooter. Here is a list of Anti-racism resources- http://bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES Help to support the people of Ukraine https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help Here is one place you can find support https://www.crisistextline.org/ There are more global helplines here https://linktr.ee/creatorselfcare Radio Headspace- is a short, daily show about mindfulness, and it's hosted by Headspace's meditation teachers. Sometimes they have guest hosts, like John Legend, and Peptoc. Search for ***Radio Headspace ***in your podcast player. Air Doctor- Just go to https://www.airdoctorpro.com/ and use promo code SLEEP and you'll receive a 35% discount. Helix Sleep- Just go to helixsleep.com/sleep, take their two-minute sleep quiz, and they'll match you to a customized mattress that will give you the best sleep of your life. Headspace- Go to https://www.headspace.com/sleepwithme and use sleepwithme for a FREE one-month trial!! Athletic Greens- With ONE, delicious scoop of AG1, you're absorbing 75 high-quality vitamins, minerals, whole-food sourced superfoods, probiotics, and adaptogens to help you start your day right. Get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase at athleticgreens.com/sleep! Caviar- is the food delivery app for people that are passionate about food. Caviar is offering 50% off two orders up to $20 value per order, put in the offer code WITHME at checkout. LinkedIn - When your business is ready to make that next hire, find the right person with LinkedIn Jobs. And now, you can post a job for free. Just visit LinkedIn.com/SLEEP. Terms and conditions apply. Betterhelp- our listeners get 10% off your first month with discount code “sleepwithme”. Go over to www.betterhelp.com/sleepwithme and simply fill out a questionnaire. Progressive- Sleep with Me is brought to you by Progressive. Get your quote today at Progressive.com and see why 4 out of 5 new auto customers recommend Progressive. Progressive Casualty Insurance Company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law.

Rendez-vous culture
Arts: «Utopia» rêve Lille en vert

Rendez-vous culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:36


« Utopia », sixième édition thématique de Lille 3000, place les inquiétudes écologiques au cœur des créations artistiques de la métropole. Cette manifestation culturelle populaire propose 800 évènements autour d'expositions, installations monumentales, spectacles vivants et projets participatifs qui occupent les lieux phares de la ville : les gares, les musées, les centres culturels et les quartiers populaires. Les propositions sont riches et vastes.

Our Weird World
118 - Failed Utopias

Our Weird World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 32:29


Heads up snowflakey libs, this one's gonna sting. This week we're going hard at 3 communities who thought they could create a utopia where everyone participated equally and no hierarchy existed. LOLz.Like the show on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OurWeirdWorldPod/Follow John on Twitter and Instagram @TheJohnHinson

P. Andrew Sandlin's Podcasts, Preaching, and Lectures
Utopia and Revolution: Politics, Economics, Sex, and the Church

P. Andrew Sandlin's Podcasts, Preaching, and Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 51:55


The utopian revolutionaries are savaging every last residue of Christian culture, and the church's double-decker Christianity has abetted the savagery. 

Utopia Restorations Podcast
Utopia Restroations + Floyd Co: Honda, Harley and Land Rovers

Utopia Restorations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 57:11


Join me (Will Roberts) and Kevin Floyd the founder of Floyd Co, to talk about the business and his history of cars and bikes from Hondas to Harleys and of course Land Rovers   For Utopia listeners use code "utopia" at checkout for 20% off Floyd Co https://floydandco.co.uk/ _____ Check out our new website  https://www.utopiarestorations.co.uk/ and our new shop  https://www.utopiarestorations.shop/

Two Headed Girl
Schitt's Creek- A Queer Utopia

Two Headed Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 64:23


Schitt's Creek: A Queer Utopia In this throwback episode, Alex, Mattie, and special guest  Quinn Rose, discuss Schitt's Creek. Listen to our hot takes about wholesomeness and queer characters in this lovely Canadian show, created by Dan and Eugene Levy. Spoilers for the entire series!Thank you again for supporting  Two Headed Girl!  Show Notes:  Arrested Development   David Rose David explains his sexuality- Wine Clip  Dan Levy Eugene Levy  Mariah Carey and Schitt's Creek   Moira Rose- Gay Icon   Rent Schitt's Creek Character Creation   Simply The Best Clip   Wynonna Earp

X-Reads
Ep 77: X-Men Schism 4 - with special guest Justice Boles from Shortboxed

X-Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 64:02


Justice Boles from the comic collector's dream app - Shortboxed - joins the show to discuss X-Men Schism and the epic break-up of Scott and Logan. On the show, Chris, Chandler, and Justice debate what songs would be on their breakup playlist and the misconstrued layout of San Francisco and Utopia that drives Justice (a local) mad!Find us on the AIPT Podcast Network. Follow our show to be alerted when new episodes appear the first and third Wednesday of the month. Check us out on social media @xreadspodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. For business inquiries, email xreadspodcast@gmail.com. Learn more at https://aiptcomics.com

Boss Level Podcast
Rutger Bregman on human nature

Boss Level Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 39:04


My guest  is Rutger Bregman from Holland. He's a historian and an author. His books Humankind and Utopia for Realists were both New York Times Bestsellers. You might also know him from a viral video of a speech he did in Davos or from an unaired, but leaked interview with Fox News that completely pissed off the host Tucker Carlson.We discuss how how we should move to a more benevolent view of human nature and how that would change the way we run our companies. Sponsor link:MinnaLearn

The Writers' Room

This month, in order to delay having to talk about a very bad two-parter, Kyle and Erik talk about "Utopia," an episode hailed by many as a modern masterpiece. But, 15 years later, does it still have that kind of impact? YANA! CHANTHO! JACK! MAAAAATHAAAAAAA!

The Left Page
Episode 56 - The Poetry of Humanity. On Kim Stanley Robinson's 2312 w/ Labor Kyle

The Left Page

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 103:28


Hello everyone! In this episode I am once again joined by Labor Kyle! As we dive into the magnificent world, or solar system, of Kim Stanley Robinson's 2312! We talk of Utopia, History, Xenogenders, Liberation and Emancipation! This special almost double-length episode is certainly one you do not want to miss! Enjoy!   Check out and support Kyle's work! Twitter: https://twitter.com/laborkyle Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/laborkyle/videos AGAB Pod: https://soundcloud.com/agabpod Profane Illuminations: https://mobile.twitter.com/profaneshow   If you can, please support us on Patreon, where you can find our Reading Corners and Writer's Desks! https://www.patreon.com/leftpage Intro Music: Gymnopédie Nº1, Erik Satie, 1888 Outro Music: Downtime, Vistas, Miracle of Sound, 2014 -> Check out his Bandcamp! https://miracleofsound.bandcamp.com/

Cwic Media
Marxian Utopia, Zion, & The 4 Phases of the Priesthood

Cwic Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 20:00


There are 4 phases to the priesthood that all societies must pass through in order to create Zion, or an idea of Utopia. Marxian worldviews are not compatible with these phases of the priesthood, nor with the Doctrine of Christ. In order to create a Marxian Utopia, the first three phases must be diminished or preferably eliminated. Therefore, all Utopias are built through tyranny and become dystopian.   Website - www.cwicmedia.com  

Asian Bitches Down Under
Night Sky, From, Joan, Mimi's Utopia

Asian Bitches Down Under

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 21:48


Short catch-up this week as Jessie talks about Night SkyFrom, and Helen shares the short documentary Mimi's Utopia  and Katherine Chen's new book Joan   FILL IN THE SURVEY FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN JUHEA KIM'S "BEASTS OF A LITTLE LAND" - ABDU SURVEY - CLICK ME!!! Facebook | Asian Bitches Down Under Instagram | Asian Bitches Down Under  Buy Me A Coffee | Asian Bitches Down Under BUTTER BUTTER active wear - use code ABDU10 for $10 off Email: asianbdownunder@gmail.com Music Credits: Music by Lesfm from Pixabay    

Pick Me Up, I'm Scared.
46. Revisiting Utopia

Pick Me Up, I'm Scared.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 140:07


This week, Madeline and Kenna construct an ideal society, try to figure out if laws should actually be laws or just really strong suggestions, and tell you why you shouldn't trust anyone you see covered in glitter! PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/pickmeupimscared SOURCES:  https://tinyurl.com/2p8maekh https://tinyurl.com/y75zwn7a https://tinyurl.com/24vutbk9 https://tinyurl.com/5n6e4pna https://tinyurl.com/s5mw5yvb https://tinyurl.com/bdh4ff94 https://tinyurl.com/4kxh4fbx https://tinyurl.com/mryz4n8s https://tinyurl.com/2bz998b6 https://tinyurl.com/ycyb8sa6 https://tinyurl.com/mehxxmrh https://tinyurl.com/387dn2pd https://tinyurl.com/4ywy9ux4 https://tinyurl.com/32jbysvd https://tinyurl.com/yvzjsjne https://tinyurl.com/4yd5pw5c https://tinyurl.com/2p8dxcp6 https://tinyurl.com/3pedx4ws https://tinyurl.com/3n7z342k https://tinyurl.com/mrv5t8jj https://tinyurl.com/9cfjzs34 https://tinyurl.com/v2wpfy8d https://tinyurl.com/4z54zxek https://tinyurl.com/yckwzxh9 https://tinyurl.com/567854e3 https://tinyurl.com/53cd2zd3 https://tinyurl.com/2p88wwd7 https://tinyurl.com/y8drts5s https://tinyurl.com/2p93v5a9 https://tinyurl.com/2f6xne2v https://tinyurl.com/ys8ks7j3 https://tinyurl.com/4m55957c https://tinyurl.com/4y3zsxsc https://tinyurl.com/39tdnmay https://tinyurl.com/y3fmcchm https://tinyurl.com/4jdx5p2e https://tinyurl.com/ykpucnre https://tinyurl.com/45ff4xkr https://tinyurl.com/4tfbvx6p https://tinyurl.com/yc77vs2f https://tinyurl.com/ye29w93c https://tinyurl.com/3cnwks5z https://tinyurl.com/2j7krx69 https://tinyurl.com/yck7myn4 https://tinyurl.com/mse5tznn https://tinyurl.com/293z7mfs https://tinyurl.com/67p59s9c https://tinyurl.com/98sz8k49 https://tinyurl.com/wccysn9r https://tinyurl.com/4su3yv25 https://tinyurl.com/37wtzkh4 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pickmeupimscared/message

The Game Is About Glory (Spurs Podcast)

Steff, Milo and Gareth dive into that impossible dream of football utopia to imagine a better game where fans are looked after and financial parity rules. From bargain days, transfer taxes, and the return of Saturdays, we discuss, debate and dream of ch-ch-changes with plenty of levity and laughs. We also chat about the latest transfer rumours, signings, departures, Spurs players on international duty and everything else that has happened over the last week; who said summer lacked The Beautiful Game?!Website: https://thegameisaboutglory.co.uk/Twitter: https://twitter.com/GameIsGloryPodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegameisaboutglory/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Unbridled Minds
Season 2 Episode 7: Fireside Chat with Nestor. We talk about Neom City Futuristic Utopia? Commie Dystopia? Or Mystery Babylon? Our Rabbit Hole Convo heads towards Flat Earth, AI, Nuclear Bombs and Much More!!!

Unbridled Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 82:12


Ways to Change the Workplace with Prina Shah + GuestsFor those who stand against crappy work cultures, lousy leaders and toxic teams!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The (all) UnknowingWhat does it mean to know? Besides the obvious, it means that we stop considering what...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Skeptic Metaphysicians - Metaphysics 101Like Mulder, we want to believe. So we've embarked on a journey of discovery!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Kiss My MikeA podcast with a Gaysian flavor!Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Waiting is the Hardest (W.I.T.H)A story of one woman's survival and healing from a catastrophic car accident. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry
Crafting with Ursula : Kim Stanley Robinson on Ambiguous Utopias

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 119:49


Today's guest, Kim Stanley Robinson, is perhaps the living writer most associated with utopian literature today. And as a student of the philosopher, political theorist, and literary critic Fredric Jameson, Robinson has thought deeply about the history of utopias, the history of the novel, and the strange hybrid form that became the utopian novel. In […] The post Crafting with Ursula : Kim Stanley Robinson on Ambiguous Utopias appeared first on Tin House.

Le Média
Contre-Matinale #153 | L'incroyable dérapage d'Elisabeth Borne, entretien exclusif sur un contrôle policier mortel

Le Média

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 53:57


Au programme de la 153 ème édition de la Contre-Matinale du Média TV, présentée ce jeudi 09 juin par Nadiya Lazzouni… · Titrologie · Elisabeth Borne hors sol face aux handicapés Lors de l'émission "Ma France" sur France Bleu mardi, la Première Ministre a eu un échange avec Dolorès, une auditrice lourdement handicapée, à qui elle a suggéré de "peut-être reprendre une activité professionnelle". Une séquence qui a été critiquée. Avec Odile Maurin, élue d'opposition à Toulouse et activiste anti validisme nous reviendrons sur les propos choquants d'Elisabeth Borne. · Le calvaire des migrants non ukrainiens Un campement comprenant plusieurs tentes a été installé Place de la Bastille par l'association Utopia 56 en mai dernier. Cet organisme souhaite alerter sur le sort des mineurs isolés. Des familles et leurs nourrissons y sont installés. Certaines d'entre elles dorment dans la rue depuis 2 mois, le SAMU refusant toute prise en charge parce qu'ils ne sont pas ukrainiens. Un bébé a été hospitalisé. Face à l'inertie des pouvoirs publics et à l'urgence, Samra Seddik, Sage femme et présidente de l'association un petit bagage d'amour coordonne des actions humanitaires. Elle nous raconte le calvaire des familles venues d'Afrique subsaharienne". · Tuée par la police pour refus d'obtempérer ? Un mort et un blessé grave. Un contrôle de police a viré au drame, samedi 4 juin, dans le 18e arrondissement de Paris. Selon une source policière, des policiers auraient remarqué un véhicule, dans lequel un des quatre occupants ne portait pas de ceinture de sécurité. Ils auraient alors décidé de procéder à un contrôle et le véhicule aurait « pris la fuite à vive allure » et « foncé sur un équipage de policiers à vélo ». Plusieurs policiers auraient alors fait usage de leur arme, blessant gravement le conducteur et la passagère avant, dont la mort a été annoncée dimanche soir. Selon RTL, la version d'un passager arrière de la voiture est bien différente. Il raconte que le conducteur, sans permis, n'a pas foncé sur les policiers, mais les a ignorés. On fait le point avec l'avocat du conducteur, Maître Ibrahim Shalabi - avocat au barreau de paris qui a décidé de porter plainte contre X. Vous pouvez retrouver la Contre-matinale en direct audio sur Mixlr : https://mixlr.com/le-media ▶ Soutenez Le Média :

DGTL Voices with Ed Marx
Work-Life Balance, Reality or Utopia? (ft. Fatima Paruk, MD & Daniel Carnegie, MD)

DGTL Voices with Ed Marx

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 29:49


In this episode of DGTL Voices, Ed is joined by Fatima Paruk and Daniel Carnegie to discuss family, careers, the importance of leveraging your community, and the role employers play in the balance.       

il posto delle parole
Claudio Pozzani "Festival Internazionale di Poesia di Genova"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 13:11


Claudio Pozzani"Festival Internazionale di Poesia di Genova"https://www.parolespalancate.it/Dopo le ultime due edizioni di successo, ma caratterizzate dalla convivenza complicata con l'emergenza pandemica, dal 9 al 19 giugno 2022 torna a Genova il Festival Internazionale di Poesia "Parole spalancate": l'edizione di quest'anno è la numero 28, e finalmente riporta in gran numero artisti da tutto il mondo nel capoluogo ligure, con poeti e performer provenienti da più di 10 Paesi.Come ogni anno, la poesia è presentata in tutte le sue forme e in rapporto alle altre arti, in particolare musica, teatro, cinema e arti visive, attraverso più di 100 eventi gratuiti tra letture, performance, concerti, incontri, mostre, installazioni e proiezioni. Due eventi speciali, ad aprire e chiudere la rassegna: mercoledì 8 giugno alla Fondazione Bogliasco e il 19 giugno sulla spiaggia di Boccadasse.Quartier generale della manifestazione è come sempre Palazzo Ducale di Genova e il tema di questa edizione è curioso e stimolante: l'Utopia. "L'abbiamo scelto - spiega Claudio Pozzani, direttore artistico del Festival - perché ci stiamo ripiegando sempre più verso noi stessi, perdendo la capacità e forse anche la voglia di guardare lontano e attorno a noi. Per questo abbiamo invitato poeti da tutti i continenti, avremo molti artisti e scrittori che vivono il mondo della disabilità, esploreremo lingue e luoghi immaginari, incontreremo imprenditori che tentano di concretizzare sogni. Questa è senz'altro una delle edizioni più stimolanti e importanti del Festival". Di seguito il programma del Festival Internazionale di Poesia 2022 a Genova in pillole, ricco di eventi e sezioni. Siete curiosi?La poesia della voce - Dal Canto Armonico di Anna-Maria Hefele alla voce di attore e doppiatore di Carlo Valli, alla poesia orale di Burbank, Fontana, Lo Russo, Violaine Forest, Damaris Roman;Presentazioni - Angelo Branduardi e Patrick Djivas (PFM) presenteranno le loro biografie tra note, aneddoti e poesia e l'imprenditore Brunello Cucinelli racconterà le sue utopie realizzate;Micronazioni & utopie - Paolo Albani ci porterà nell'universo delle lingue, scienze e biblioteche immaginarie, Graziano Graziani in quello delle micronazioni e altri luoghi utopici;Poeti da tutto il mondo (più di 10 nazioni) - Ana Blandiana (Romania) Les Wicks (Australia), Shannon Sullivan (USA), Lamia Makaddam (Tunisia), Kamal Chowdhury (Bangladesh), Sahar Ajdamsani (Iran) e molti altri;Poesia italiana e Traduzione Poetica - Anedda, Magrelli, Brè, Cavalli e molti altri; il Salone dei Resilienti, la fiera del libro dedicata agli editori di poesia; il Forum della traduzione poetica con AITI- Ass.ne Italiana Traduttori Interpreti;Scrittori da una realtà parallela - La sezione "Scrittori da una realtàparallela" curata da Marino Muratore, presenterà autori che affrontano la tematica della disabilità: Spada, Bocci, Telatin, Taini, Marangoni e laboratori sensoriali;Bloomsday - Da 17 anni è a Genova il Bloomsday più grande e coinvolgente, con decine di lettori che leggeranno integralmente l'Ulysses di Joyce in 23 luoghi caratteristici di Genova;Poevisioni -L'ospite d'onore di questa edizione sarà il grande regista polacco Krzysztof Zanussi, Leone d'oro a Venezia nel 1984. Altri ospiti Serena Nono (figlia di Luigi), Roberta Lena;Premio Alberto Lupo - Parole spalancate renderà omaggio a un genovese illustre: Alberto Lupo. Attore versatile e icona televisiva, a lui è intitolato il premio che va ad attori eclettici amanti della poesia.Il programma completo del 28° Festival Internazionale di Poesia di Genova con eventi, date e orari di ogni singola giornata è consultabile sul sito Parole Spalancate, mentre info e aggiornamenti costanti si possono trovare sulla pagina Facebook Parole Spalancate.Parole spalancate 2022 non finisce qui: a settembre ci sarà una seconda parte con poeti emergenti nell'ambito del progetto europeo Versopolis, omaggi a Pasolini, spettacoli teatrali e concerti in esclusiva, reading, presentazioni di libri e molto altro. Con oltre 1800 poeti e artisti provenienti da 89 nazioni mondiali intervenuti nelle 27 edizioni fin qui effettuate, il Festival Internazionale di Poesia di Genova "Parole spalancate" è dal 1995 il più grande evento di poesia in Italia e uno dei più prestigiosi a livello internazionale.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

The Uncensored Unprofessor

Over the years until I finished high school there had been one mass school shooting in America. Since 1999 there have been fourteen. So what has changed? What does the Bible say about our agency, human rights, governmental power, and human nature? Which has caused more misery in human history, nature or governments? What about pacifism? What about "turn the other cheek"? Why are political leaders wanting to outlaw guns? Let's employ wisdom to think through this volatile issue.

Screaming in the Cloud
Connecting Cybersecurity to the Whole Organization with Alyssa Miller

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 35:27


About AlyssaAlyssa Miller, Business Information Security Officer (BISO) for S&P Global, is the global executive leader for cyber security across the Ratings division, connecting corporate security objectives to business initiatives. She blends a unique mix of technical expertise and executive presence to bridge the gap that can often form between security practitioners and business leaders. Her goal is to change how security professionals of all levels work with our non-security partners throughout the business.A life-long hacker, Alyssa has a passion for technology and security. She bought her first computer herself at age 12 and quickly learned techniques for hacking modem communications and software. Her serendipitous career journey began as a software developer which enabled her to pivot into security roles. Beginning as a penetration tester, her last 16 years have seen her grow as a security leader with experience across a variety of organizations. She regularly advocates for improved security practices and shares her research with business leaders and industry audiences through her international public speaking engagements, online content, and other media appearances.Links Referenced: Cybersecurity Career Guide: https://alyssa.link/book A-L-Y-S-S-A dot link—L-I-N-K slash book: https://alyssa.link/book Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlyssaM_InfoSec alyssasec.com: https://alyssasec.com TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Vultr. 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One of the problems that many folks experience in the course of their career, regardless of what direction they're in, is the curse of high expectations. And there's no escaping for that. Think about CISOs for example, the C-I-S-O, the Chief Information Security Officer.It's generally a C-level role. Well, what's better than a C in the academic world? That's right, a B. My guest today is breaking that mold. Alyssa Miller is the BISO—B-I-S-O—at S&P Global. Alyssa, thank you for joining me to suffer my slings and arrows—Alyssa: [laugh].Corey: —as we go through a conversation that is certain to be no less ridiculous than it has begun to be already.Alyssa: I mean, I'm good with ridiculous, but thanks for having me on. This is awesome. I'm really excited to be here.Corey: Great. What the heck's BISO?Alyssa: [laugh]. I never get that question. So, this is—Corey: “No one's ever asked me that before.” [crosstalk 00:03:38]—Alyssa: Right?Corey: —the same thing as, “Do you know you're really tall?” “No, you're kidding.” Same type of story. But I wasn't clear. That means I'm really the only person left wondering.Alyssa: Exactly. I mean, I wrote a whole blog on it the day I got the job, right? So, Business Information Security Officer, Basically what it means is I am like the CISO but for my division, the Ratings Division at S&P Global. So, I lead our cyber security efforts within that division, work closely with our information security teams, our corporate IT teams, whatever, but I don't report to them; I report into the business line.I'm in the divisional CTO's org structure. And so, I'm the one bridging that gap between that business side where hey, we make all the money and that corporate InfoSec side where hey, we're trying to protect all the things, and there's usually that little bit of a gap where they don't always connect. That's me building the bridge across that.Corey: Someone who speaks both security and business is honestly in a bit of rare supply these days. I mean, when I started my Thursday newsletter podcast nonsense Last Week in AWS: Security, the problem I kept smacking into was everything I saw was on one side of that divide or the other. There was the folks who have the word security in their job title, and there tends to be this hidden language of corporate speak. It's a dialect I don't fully understand. And then you have the community side of actual security practitioners who are doing amazing work, but also have a cultural problem that more or less distills down to being an awful lot of shitheads in them there waters.And I wanted something that was neither of those and also wasn't vendor captured, which is why I decided to start storytelling in that space. But increasingly, I'm seeing that there's a significant problem with people who are able to contextualize security in the context of business. Because if you're secure enough, you can stop all work from ever happening, whereas if you're pure business side and only care about feature velocity and the rest, like, “Well, what happens if we get breached?” It's, “Oh, don't worry, I have my resume up to date.” Not the most reassuring answer to give people. You have to be able to figure out where that line lies. And it seems like that figuring out where that line is, is more or less your entire stock-in-trade.Alyssa: Oh absolutely, yeah. I mean, I can remember my earliest days as a developer, my cynical attitude towards security myself was, you know, their Utopia would be an impenetrable room full of servers that have no connections to anything, right? Like that would be wildly secure, yet completely useless. And so yeah, then I got into security and now I was one of them. And, you know, it's one of those things, you sit in, say a board meeting sometime and you listen to a CISO, a typical CISO talk to the board, and they just don't get it.Like, there's so much, “Hey, we're implementing this technology and we're doing this thing, and here's our vulnerability counts, and here's how many are overdue.” And none of that means anything. I mean, I actually had a board member ask me once, “What is a CISO?” I kid you not. Like, that's where they're at.Like, so don't tell them what you're doing, but tell them why connected back to, like, “Hey, the business needs this and this, and in order to do it, we've got to make sure it's secure, so we're going to implement these couple of things. And here's the roadmap of how we get from where we are right now to where we need to be so they can launch that new service or product,” or whatever the hell it is that they're going to do.Corey: It feels like security is right up there with accounting, in the sense of fields of endeavor where you don't want someone with too much personality involved. Because if the CISO's sitting there talking to the board, it's like, “So, what do you do here, exactly?” And the answer is the honest, “Hey, remember last month how we were in The New York Times for that giant data breach?” And they do a split take, “No, no, I don't.” “Exactly. You're welcome.” On some level, it is kind of honest, but it also does not instill confidence when you're that cavalier with the description of what it is you do here.Alyssa: Oh there's—Corey: At least there's some corners. I prefer—Alyssa: —there's so much—Corey: —places where that goes over well, but that's me.Alyssa: Yeah. But there's so much of that too, right? Like, here's the one I love. “Well, you know, it's not if you get breached, it's when. Oh, by the way, give me millions and millions of dollars, so I can make sure we don't get breached.”But wait, you just told me we're going to get breached no matter what we do. [laugh]. We do that in security. Like, and then you wonder why they don't give you funding for the initiative. Like, “Hello?” You know?And that's the thing that gets me it's like, can we just sit back and understand, like, how do you message to these people? Yeah I mean, you bring up the accounting thing; the funny thing is, at least all of them understand some level of accounting because most of them have MBAs and business degrees where they had to do some accounting. They didn't go through cyber security in their MBA program.So, one of my favorite questions on Twitter once was somebody asked me, you know, if I want to get into cyber security leadership, what is the one thing that I should focus on or what skills should I study? I said, “Go study MBA concepts.” Like, forget all the cyber security stuff. You probably have plenty of that technolog—go understand what they learn in MBA programs. And if you can start to speak that language, that's going to pay dividends for bridging that gap.Corey: So, you don't look like the traditional slovenly computer geek showing up at those meetings who does not know how to sound as if they belong in the room. Like, it's unfair, on some level, and I used to have bitter angst about that. Like, “Why should how I dress matter how people perceive me?” Yeah, in an absolute sense you're absolutely right, however, I can talk about the way the world is or the way I wish it were and there has to be a bit of a divide there.Alyssa: Oh, for sure. Yeah. I mean, you can't deny that you have to be prepared for the audience you're walking into. Now, I work in big conservative financial services on Wall Street. You know, and I had this conversation with a prominent member of our community when I started the job.I'm like, “Boy, I guess I can't really put stickers on my laptop. I'm going to have to get, you know, a protector or something to put stickers on.” Because the last thing I want to do is go into a boardroom with my laptop and whip out a bunch of hacker stickers on the backside of my laptop. Like, in a lot of spaces that will work, but you can't really do that when you're, you know, at, you know, the executive level and you're in a conservative, financial [unintelligible 00:10:16]. It just, I would love to say they should deal with that, I should be able to have pink hair, and you know, face tattoos and everything else, but the reality is, yeah, I can do all that, but these are still human beings who are going to react to that.And it's the same when talking about cyber security, then. Like, I have to understand as a security practitioner that all they know about cyber security is it's big and scary. It's the thing that keeps them up at night. I've had board members tell me exactly that. And so, how do I make it a little less scary, or at least get them to have some confidence in me that I'll, like, carry the shield in front of them and protect them. Like, that's my job. That's why I'm there.Corey: When I was starting my consultancy five years ago, I was trying to make a choice between something in the security cloud direction or the cost cloud direction. And one of the things that absolutely tipped the balance for me was the fact that the AWS bill is very much a business-hours-only problem. No one calls me at two in the morning screaming their head off. Usually. But there's a lot of alignment between those two directions in that you can spend all your time and energy fixing security issues and/or reducing the bill, but past a certain point, knock it off and go do the thing that your company is actually there to do.And you want to be responsible to a point on those things, but you don't want it to be the end-all-be-all because the logical outcome of all of that, if you keep going, is your company runs out of money and dies because you're not going to either cost optimize or security optimize your business to its next milestone. And weighing those things is challenging. Now, too many people hear that and think, “See, I don't have to worry about those things at all.” It's, “Oh, you will sooner or later. I promise.”Alyssa: So, here's the fallacy in that. There is this assumption that everything we do in security is going to hamper the business in some way and so we have to temper that, right? Like, you're not wrong. And we talked about before, right? You know, security in a traditional sense, like, we could do all of the puristic things and end up just, like, screeching the world to a halt.But the reality is, we can do security in a way that actually grows the business, that actually creates revenue, or I should say enables the creation of revenue in that, you know, we can empower the business to do more things and to be more innovative by how we approach security in the organization. And that's the big thing that we miss in security is, like, look, yes, we will always be a quote-unquote, “Cost center,” right? I mean, we in security don't—unless you work for a security organization—we're not getting revenue attributed to us, we're not creating revenue. But we are enabling those people who can if we approach it right.Corey: Well, the Red Team might if they go a little off-script, but that's neither here nor there.Alyssa: I—yeah, I mean, I've had that question. “Like, couldn't we just sell resell our Red Team services?” No. No. That's not our core [crosstalk 00:13:14]Corey: Oh, I was going the other direction. Like, oh, we're just going to start extorting other businesses because we got bored this week. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. Please don't do an investigation, any law enforcement—Alyssa: I was going to say, I think my [crosstalk 00:13:22]—Corey: —folks that happen to be listening to this.Alyssa: [crosstalk 00:13:24] is calling me right now. They're want to know what I'm [laugh] talking about. But no—Corey: They have some inquiries they would like you to assist them with and they're not really asking.Alyssa: Yeah, yeah, they're good at that. No, I love them, though. They're great. [laugh]. But no, seriously, like, I mean, we always think about it that way because—and then we wonder why do we have the reputation of, you know, the Department of No.Well, because we kind of look at it that way ourselves; we don't really look at, like how can we be a part of the answer? Like, when we look at, like, DevSecOps, for instance. Okay, I want to bring security into my pipeline. So, what do we say? “Oh, shared responsibility. That's a DevOps thing.” So, that means security is everybody's responsibility. Full stop.Corey: Right. It's a—Alyssa: Well—Corey: And there, I agree with you wholeheartedly. Cost is—Alyssa: But—Corey: —aligned with this. It has to be easier to do it the right way than to just go off half-baked and do it yourself off the blessed path. And that—Alyssa: So there—Corey: —means there's that you cannot make it harder to do the right thing; you have to make it easier because you will not win against human psychology. Depending on someone when they're done with an experiment to manually go in and turn things off. It will not happen. And my argument has been that security and cost are aligned constantly because the best way to secure something and save money on at the same time is to turn that shit off. You wouldn't think it would be that simple, but yet here we are.Alyssa: But see, here's the thing. This is what kills me. It's so arrogant of security people to look at it and say that right? Because shared responsibility means shared. Okay, that means we have responsibilities we're going to share. Everybody is responsible for security, yes.Our developers have responsibilities now that we have to take a share in as well, which is get that shit to production fast. Period. That is their goal. How fast can I pop user stories off the backlog and get them to deployment? My SRE is on the ops side. They're, like, “We just got to keep that stuff running. That's all we that's our primary focus.”So, the whole point of DevOps and DevSecOps was everybody's responsible for every part of that, so if I'm bringing security into that message, I, as security, have to be responsible for site's stability; I, in security, have to be responsible for efficient deployment and the speed of that pipeline. And that's the part that we miss.Corey: This episode is sponsored in parts by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on-premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully-managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word. 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Normally, when I hear it, it's on stage from an AWS employee doing a 45-minute song-and-dance about what the secured responsibility model is, and generally, that is interpreted as, “If you get breached, it's your fault, not ours.”Alyssa: [laugh].Corey: Now, you can't necessarily say it that directly to someone who has just suffered a security incident, which is why it takes 45 minutes and slides and diagrams and excel sheets and the rest. But that is what it fundamentally distills down to, and then you wind up pointing out security things that they've had that [unintelligible 00:17:11] security researchers have pointed out and they are very tight-lipped about those things. And it's, “Oh, it's not that you're otherworldly good at security; it's that you're great at getting people to shut up.” You know, not me, for whatever reason because I'm noisy and obnoxious, but most people who actually care about not getting fired from their jobs, generally don't want to go out there making big cloud companies look bad. Meanwhile, that's kind of my entire brand.Alyssa: I mean, it's all about lines of liability, right?Corey: Oh yeah.Alyssa: I mean, where am I liable, where am I not? And yeah, well, if I tell you you're responsible for security on all these things, and I can point to any part of that was part of the breach, well, hey, then it's out of my hands. I'm not liable. I did what I said I would; you didn't secure your stuff. Yeah, it's—and I mean, and some of that is to be fair.Like, I mean, okay, I'm going to host my stuff on your computer—the whole cloud is just somebody else's computer model is still ultimately true—but, yeah, I mean, I'm expecting you to provide me a stable and secure environment and then I'm going to deploy stuff on it, and you are expecting me to deploy things that are stable and secure as well. And so, when they say shared model or shared responsibility model, but it—really if you listen to that message, it's the exact opposite. They're telling you why it's a separate responsibility model. Here's our responsibilities; here's yours. Boom. It's not about shared; it's about separated.Corey: One of the most formative, I guess, contributors to my worldview was 13 years ago, I went on a date and met someone lovely. We got married. We've been together ever since, and she's an attorney. And it is been life-changing to understand a lot of that perspective, where it turns out when you're dealing with legal, they are not—and everyone says, “Oh, and the lawyers insisted on these things.”No, they didn't. A lawyer's entire role in a company is to identify risk, and then it is up to the business to make a decision around what is acceptable and what is not. If your lawyers ever insist on something, what that actually means in my experience is, you have said something profoundly ignorant that is one of those, like—that is—they're doing the legal equivalent of slapping the gun out of the toddler's hand of, “No, you cannot go and tweet that because you'll go to prison,” level of ridiculous nonsense where it is, “That will violate the law.” Everything else is different shades of the same answer: it depends. Here's what to consider.Alyssa: Yes.Corey: And then you choose—and the business chooses its own direction. So, when you have companies doing what appeared to be ridiculous things, like Oracle, for example, loves to begin every keynote with a disclaimer about how nothing they're about to say is true, the lawyers didn't insist on that—though they are the world's largest law firm, Kirkland Ellison. But instead, it's this entire story of given the risk and everything that we know about how we say things onstage and people gunning for us, yeah, we are going to [unintelligible 00:20:16] this disclaimer first. Most other tech companies do not do that exact thing, which I've got to say when you're sitting in the audience ready to see the new hotness that's about to get rolled out and it starts with a disclaimer, that is more or less corporate-speak for, “You are about to hear some bullshit,” in my experience.Alyssa: [laugh]. Yes. I mean and that's the thing, like, [clear throat], you know, we do deride legal teams a lot. And you know, I can find you plenty of security people who hate the fact that when you're breached, who's the first call you make? Well, it's your legal team.Why? Because they're the ones who are going to do everything in their power to limit the amount that you can get sued on the back-end for anything that got exposed, that you know, didn't meet service levels, whatever the heck else. And that all starts with legal privilege.Corey: They're reporting responsibilities. Guess who keeps up on what those regulatory requirements are? Spoiler, it's probably not you, whoever's listening to this, unless you're an attorney because that is their entire job.Alyssa: Yes, exactly. And, you know, work in a highly regulated environment—like mine—and you realize just how critical that is. Like, how do I know—I mean, there are times there's this whole discussion of how do you determine if something is a material impact or not? I don't want to be the one making that, and I'm glad I don't have to make that decision. Like, I'll tell you all the information, but yes, you lawyers, you compliance people, I want you to make the decision of if it's a material impact or not because as much as I understand about the business, y'all know way more about that stuff than I do.I can't say. I can only say, “Look, this is what it impacted. This is the data that was impacted. These are the potential exposures that occurred here. Please take that information now and figure out what that means, and is there any materiality to that that now we have to report that to the street.”Corey: Right, right. You can take my guesses on this or you can get it take an attorney's. I am a loud, confident-sounding white guy. Attorneys are regulated professionals who carry malpractice insurance. If they give wrong advice that is wrong enough in these scenarios, they can be sanctioned for it; they can lose their license to practice law.And there are challenges with the legal profession and how much of a gatekeeper the Bar Association is and the rest, but this is what it is [done 00:22:49] for itself. That is a regulated industry where they have continuing education requirements they need to certify in a test that certain things are true when they say it, whereas it turns out that I don't usually get people even following up on a tweet that didn't come true very often. There's a different level of scrutiny, there's a different level of professional bar it raises to, and it turns out that if you're going to be legally held to account for things you say, yeah, turns out a lot of your answers to are going to be flavors of, “It depends.”Alyssa: [laugh].Corey: Imagine that.Alyssa: Don't we do that all the time? I mean, “How critical is this?” “Well, you know, it depends on what kind of data, it depends on who the attacker is. It depends.” Yeah, I mean, that's our favorite word because no one wants to commit to an absolute, and nor should we, I mean, if we're speaking in hyperbole and absolutes, boy, we're doing all the things wrong in cyber.We got to understand, like, hey, there is nuance here. That's how you run—no business runs on absolutes and hyperbole. Well, maybe marketing sometimes, but that's a whole other story.Corey: Depends on if it's done well or terribly.Alyssa: [laugh]. Right. Exactly. “Hey, you can be unhackable. You can be breached-proof.” Oh, God.Corey: Like, what's your market strategy? We're going to paint a big freaking target in the front of the building. Like, I still don't know how Target the company was ever surprised by a data breach that they had when they have a frickin' bullseye as their logo.Alyssa: “Come get us.”Corey: It's, like, talk about poking the bear. But there we are.Alyssa: [unintelligible 00:24:21] no. I mean, hey, [unintelligible 00:24:23] like that was so long ago.Corey: It still casts a shadow.Alyssa: I know.Corey: People point to that as a great example of, like, “Well, what's going to happen if we get breached?” It's like, well look at Target because they wound up—like, their stock price a year later was above where it had been before and it seemed to have no lasting impact. Yeah, but they effectively replaced all of the execs, so you know, let's have some self-interest going on here by named officers of the company. It's, “Yeah, the company will be fine. Would you like to still be here what it is?”Alyssa: And how many lawsuits do you think happened that you never heard about because they got settled before they were filed?Corey: Oh, yes. There's a whole world of that.Alyssa: That's what's really interesting when people talk about, like, the cost of breach and stuff, it's like, we don't even know. We can't know because there is so much of that. I mean, think about it, any organization that gets breached, the first thing they're trying to do is keep as much of it out of the news as they can, and that includes the lawsuits. And so, you know, it's like, all right, well, “Hey, let's settle this before you ever file.”Okay, good. No one will ever know about that. That will never show up anywhere. It is going to show up on a balance sheet anywhere, right? I mean, it's there, but it's buried in big categories of lots of other things, and how are you ever going to track that back without, you know, like, a full-on audit of all of their accounting for that year? Yeah, it's—so I always kind of laugh when people start talking about that and they want to know, what's the average cost of a breach. I'm like, “There's no way to measure that. There is none.”Corey: It's not cheap, and the reputational damage gets annoying. I still give companies grief for these things all the time because it's—again, the breach is often about information of mine that I did not consciously choose to give to you and the, “Oh, I'm going to blame a third-party process.” No, no, you can outsource work, but not responsibility. You can't share that one.Alyssa: Ah, third-party diligence, uh, that seems to be a thing. You know, I think we're supposed to make sure our third parties are trustworthy and doing the right things too, right? I mean, it's—Corey: Best example I ever saw that was an article in the Wall Street Journal about the Pokemon company where they didn't name the vendor, but they said they declined to do business with them in part based upon their lax security policy around S3 buckets. That is the first and so far only time I have had an S3 Bucket Responsibility Award engraved and sent to their security director. Usually, it's the ignoble prize of the S3 Bucket Negligence Award, and there are oh so many of those.Alyssa: Oh, and it's hard, right? Because you're standing—I mean, I'm in that position a lot, right? You know, you're looking at a vendor and you've got the business saying, “God, we want to use this vendor. All their product is great.” And I'm sitting there saying, but, “Oh, my God, look at what they're doing. It's a mess. It's horrible. How do I how do we get around this?”And that's where, you know, you just have to kind of—I wish I could say no more, but at the end of the day, I know what that does. That just—okay, well, we'll go file an exception and we'll use it anyway. So, maybe instead, we sit and work on how to do this, or maybe there is an alternative vendor, but let's sort it out together. So yeah, I mean, I do applaud them. Like that's great to, like, be able to look at a vendor and say, “No, we ain't touching you because what you're doing over there is nuts.” And I think we're learning more and more how important that is, with a lot of the supply chain attacks.Corey: Actually, I'm worried about having emailed you, you're going to leak my email address when your inbox inevitably gets popped. Come on. It's awful stuff.Alyssa: Yeah, exactly. So, I mean, it's we there's—but like everything, it's a balance again, right? Like, how can we keep that business going and also make sure that their vendors—so that's where it just comes down to, like, okay, let's talk contracts now. So, now we're back to legal.Corey: We are. And if you talk to a lawyer and say, “I'm thinking about going to law school,” the answer is always the same. “No… don't do it.” Making it clear that is apparently a terrible life and professional decision, which of course, brings us to your most recent terrible life and professional decision. As we record this, we are reportedly weeks away from you having a physical copy in your hands of a book.And the segue there is because no one wants to write a book. Everyone wants to have written a book, but apparently—unless you start doing dodgy things and ghost-writing and exploiting people in the rest—one is a necessary prerequisite for the other. So, you've written a book. Tell me about it.Alyssa: Oof, well, first of all, spot on. I mean, I think there are people who really do, like, enjoy the act of writing a book—Corey: Oh, I don't have the attention span to write a tweet. People say, “Oh, you should write a book, Corey,” which I think is code for them saying, “You should shut up and go away for 18 months.” Like, yeah, I wish.Alyssa: Writing a book has been the most eye-opening experience of my life. And yeah, I'm not a hundred percent sure it's one I'll ever—I've joked with people already, like, I'll probably—if I ever want another book, I'll probably hire a ghostwriter. But no, I do have a book coming out: Cybersecurity Career Guide. You know, I looked at this cyber skills gap, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, we hear about it, 4 million jobs are going to be left open.Whatever, great. Well, then how come none of these college grads can get hired? Why is there this glut of people who are trying to start careers in cyber security and we can't get them in?Corey: We don't have six months to train you, so we're going to spend nine months trying to fill the role with someone experienced?Alyssa: Exactly. So, 2020 I did a bunch of research into that because I'm like, I got to figure this out. Like, this is bizarre. How is this disconnect happening? I did some surveys. I did some interviews. I did some open-source research. Ended up doing a TED Talk based off of that—or TEDx Talk based off of that—and ultimately that led into this book. And so yeah, I mean, I just heard from the publisher yesterday, in fact that we're, like, in that last stage before they kick it out to the printers, and then it's like three weeks and I should have physical copies in my hands.Corey: I will be getting one when it finally comes out. I have an almost, I believe, perfect track record of having bought every book that a guest on this show has written.Alyssa: Well, I appreciate that.Corey: Although, God help me if I ever have someone, like, “So, what have you done?” “I've written 80 books.” Like, “Well, thank you, Stephen King. I'm about to go to have a big—you're going to see this number of the company revenue from orbit at this point with that many.” But yeah, it's impressive having written a book. It's—Alyssa: I mean, for me, it's the reward is already because there are a lot of people have—so my publisher does really cool thing they call it early acc—or electronic access program, and where there are people who bought the book almost a year ago now—which is kind of, I feel bad about that, but that's as much my publisher as it is me—but where they bought it a year ago and they've been able to read the draft copy of the book as I've been finishing the book. And I'm already hearing from them, like, you know, I'm hearing from people who really found some value from it and who, you know, have been recommending it other people who are trying to start careers and whatever. And it's like, that's where the reward is, right?Like, it was, it's hell writing a book. It was ten times worse during Covid. You know, my publisher even confirmed that for me that, like, look, yeah, you know, authors around the globe are having problems right now because this is not a good environment conducive to writing. But, yeah, I mean, it's rewarding to know that, like, all right, there's going to be this thing out there, that, you know, these pages that I wrote that are helping people get started in their careers, that are helping bring to light some of the real challenges of how we hire in cyber security and in tech in general. And so, that's the thing that's going to make it worthwhile. And so yeah, I'm super excited that it's looking like we're mere weeks now from this thing being shipped to people who have bought it.Corey: So, now it's racing, whether this gets published before the book does. So, we'll see. There is a bit of a production lag here because, you know, we have to make me look pretty and that takes a tremendous amount of effort.Alyssa: Oh, stop. Come on now. But it will be interesting to see. Like, that would actually be really cool if they came out at about the same time. Like, you know, I'm just saying.Corey: Yeah. We'll see how it goes. Where's the best place for people to find you if they want to learn more?Alyssa: About the book or in general?Corey: Both.Alyssa: So—Corey: Links will of course be in the [show notes 00:32:49]. Let's not kid ourselves here.Alyssa: The book is real easy. Go to Alyssa—A-L-Y-S-S-A, back here behind me for those of you seeing the video. Um—I can't point the right direction. There we go. That one. A-L-Y-S-S-A dot link—L-I-N-K slash book. It's that simple. It'll take you right to Manning's site, you can get in.Still in that early access program, so if you bought it today, you would still be able to start reading the draft versions of it. If you want to know more about me, honestly, the easiest way is to find me on Twitter. You can hear all the ridiculousness of flight school and barbecue and some security topics, too, once in a while. But at @alyssam_infosec. Or if you want to check out the website where I blog, every rare occasion, it's alyssasec.com.Corey: And all of that will be in the [show notes 00:33:41]. Thank you—Alyssa: There's a lot. [laugh].Corey: I'm looking forward to seeing it, too. Thank you so much for taking the time to deal with my nonsense today. I really appreciate it.Alyssa: Oh, that was nonsense? Are you kidding me? This was a great discussion. I really appreciate it.Corey: As have I. Thanks again for your time. It is always great to talk to people smarter than I am—which is, let's be clear, most people—Alyssa Miller, BISO at S&P Global. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice—or smash the like and subscribe button if this is on the YouTubes—whereas if you've hated the podcast, same thing, five-star review, platform of choice, smash both of the buttons, but also leave an angry comment, either on the YouTube video or on the podcast platform, saying that this was a waste of your time and what you didn't like about it because you don't need to read Alyssa's book; you're going to get a job the tried and true way, by printing out a copy of your resume and leaving it on the hiring manager's pillow in their home.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. 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Think About It
Let's Review The List Of Utopia

Think About It

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 9:29


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Canceled Podcast
Mansgendered #38 "Hang-Out Town"

Canceled Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 57:28


In this 'sode the bros talk about their first order of business as The Big Cheese in the White House and why cats ain't allowed there. Do you know how bad of an idea a stand off with police is? The dudes know. Clint also proposes a homeless Utopia known as Hang-Out Town, and what his selling points as a cult leader would be. Clint also details his abysmal time with Rich Gary attempting to do promotion on the University of Arizona campus for his album "Bullies Vol. 2". Also, Rich, don't mix biz with pleasure, ya dawg. Follow the IG: @mansgendered @thehannaconnda @lexschau @clintlapsansky Make our podcast better with your money (and see exclusive content): www.patreon.com/mansgendered

The History of Computing
Colossal Cave Adventure

The History of Computing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 11:28


Imagine a game that begins with a printout that reads: You are standing at the end of a road before a small brick building. Around you is a forest. A small stream flows out of the building and down a gully. In the distance there is a tall gleaming white tower. Now imagine typing some information into a teletype and then reading the next printout. And then another. A trail of paper lists your every move. This is interactive gaming in the 1970s. Later versions had a monitor so a screen could just show a cursor and the player needed to know what to type. Type N and hit enter and the player travels north. “Search” doesn't work but “look” does. “Take water” works as does “Drink water” but it takes hours to find dwarves and dragons and figure out how to battle or escape. This is one of the earliest games we played and it was marvelous. The game was called Colossal Cave Adventure and it was one of the first conversational adventure games. Many came after it in the 70s and 80s, in an era before good graphics were feasible. But the imagination was strong.  The Oregon Trail was written before it, in 1971 and Trek73 came in 1973, both written for HP minicomputers. Dungeon was written in 1975 for a PDP-10. The author, Don Daglow, went on the work on games like Utopia and Neverwinter Nights Another game called Dungeon showed up in 1975 as well, on the PLATO network at the University of Illinois Champagne-Urbana. As the computer monitor spread, so spread games. William Crowther got his degree in physics at MIT and then went to work at Bolt Baranek and Newman during the early days of the ARPANET. He was on the IMP team, or the people who developed the Interface Message Processor, the first nodes of the packet switching ARPANET, the ancestor of the Internet. They were long hours, but when he wasn't working, he and his wife Pat explored caves. She was a programmer as well. Or he played the new Dungeons & Dragons game that was popular with other programmers. The two got divorced in 1975 and like many suddenly single fathers he searched for something for his daughters to do when they were at the house. Crowther combined exploring caves, Dungeons & Dragons, and FORTRAN to get Colossal Cave Adventure, often just called Adventure. And since he worked on the ARPANET, the game found its way out onto the growing computer network. Crowther moved to Palo Alto and went to work for Xerox PARC in 1976 before going back to BBN and eventually retiring from Cisco. Crowther loosely based the game mechanics on the ELIZA natural language processing work done by Joseph Weizenbaum at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in the 1960s. That had been a project to show how computers could be shown to understand text provided to computers. It was most notably used in tests to have a computer provide therapy sessions. And writing software for the kids or gaming can be therapeutic as well. As can replaying happier times.  Crowther explored Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky in the early 1970s. The characters in the game follow along his notes about the caves, exploring the area around it using natural language while the computer looked for commands in what was entered. It took about 700 lines to do the original Fortran code for the PDP-10 he had at his disposal at BBN. When he was done he went off on vacation, and the game spread. Programmers in that era just shared code. Source needed to be recompiled for different computers, so they had to. Another programmer was Don Woods, who also used a PDP-10. He went to Princeton in the 1970s and was working at the Stanford AI Lab, or SAIL, at the time. He came across the game and asked Crowther if it would be OK to add a few features and did. His version got distributed through DECUS, or the Digital Equipment Computer Users Society. A lot of people went there for software at the time. The game was up to 3,000 lines of code when it left Woods. The adventurer could now enter the mysterious cave in search of the hidden treasures. The concept of the computer as a narrator began with Collosal Cave Adventure and is now widely used. Although we now have vast scenery rendered and can point and click where we want to go so don't need to type commands as often. The interpreter looked for commands like “move”, “interact” with other characters, “get” items for the inventory, etc. Woods went further and added more words and the ability to interpret punctuation as well. He also added over a thousand lines of text used to identify and describe the 40 locations. Woods continued to update that game until the mid-1990s. James Gillogly of RAND ported the code to C so it would run on the newer Unix architecture in 1977  and it's still part of many a BSD distribution. Microsoft published a version of Adventure in 1979 that was distributed for the Apple II and TRS-80 and followed that up in 1981 with a version for Microsoft DOS or MS-DOS. Adventure was now a commercial product. Kevin Black wrote a version for IBM PCs. Peter Gerrard ported it to Amiga Bob Supnik rose to a Vice President at Digital Equipment, not because he ported the game, but it didn't hurt. And throughout the 1980s, the game spread to other devices as well. Peter Gerrard implemented the version for the Tandy 1000. The Original Adventure was a version that came out of Aventuras AD in Spain. They gave it one of the biggest updates of all. Colossal Cave Adventure was never forgotten, even though it was Zork was replaced. Zork came along in 1977 and Adventureland in 1979. Ken and Roberta Williams played the game in 1979. Ken had bounced around the computer industry for awhile and had a teletype terminal at home when he came across Colossal Cave Adventure in 1979. The two became transfixed and opened their own company to make the game they released the next year called Mystery House. And the text adventure genre moved to a new level when they sold 15,000 copies and it became the first hit. Rogue, and others followed, increasingly interactive, until fully immersive graphical games replaced the adventure genre in general. That process began when Warren Robinett of Atari created the 1980 game, Adventure.  Robinett saw Colossal Cave Adventure when he visited the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in 1977. He was inspired into a life of programming by a programming professor he had in college named Ken Thompson while he was on sabbatical from Bell Labs. That's where Thompason, with Dennis Ritchie and one of the most amazing teams of programmers ever assembled, gave the world Unix and the the C programming language at Bell Labs. Adventure game went on to sell over a million copies and the genre of fantasy action-adventure games moved from text to video.

The Jackson Hole Connection
Episode 192 - Supporting One Thriving and Diverse Greater Teton Community with Sharel Lund of One22 Resource Center

The Jackson Hole Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 42:34


Sharel Lund is the Executive Director of One22 Resource Center. Originally from the Seattle area, Sharel moved out to Jackson over 31 years ago. After a decade of working in advertising and retail, Sharel transitioned to the nonprofit sector where she has helped local residents in her roles at the Community Safety Network and One22 Resource Center. In this episode, Sharel and Stephan discuss some of the real problems that residents are facing and how Jackson has the perception of being a Utopia. Sharel talks about her work for the Community Safety Network, an organization that provides a refuge for people affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. She then goes into what the One22 Resource Center does for the community.  One22 provides residents with many resources, including financial assistance, language access services, immigrant services and youth scholarships. One22 also runs the Jackson Cupboard, which helps nourish our community and cuts down on food insecurity.  To find out what programs are available at One22 Resource Center visit One22JH.org. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram https://www.facebook.com/one22jh/ (@one22jh)  This week's episode is sponsored in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling, announcing the new commercial Curb to Compost Program for restaurants and other commercial food waste generators. More athttps://tetoncountywy.gov/1459/Compost ( TetonCountyWY.gov) or athttps://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh ( @RoadToZeroWaste.JH on Instagram)  Support also comes from The Jackson Hole Wine Club. Curating quality wine selections delivered to you each month. Enjoy delicious wines at amazing prices. More athttp://jacksonholewineclub.com/ ( JacksonHoleWineClub.com) Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at connect@thejacksonholeconnection.com. Marketing and editing support byhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmoeri ( Michael Moeri) (http://michaelmoeri.com/ (michaelmoeri.com),https://www.instagram.com/thatsamoeri/ (@thatsamoeri)).

Ricochet's Unpacking the News
Living in Doug Ford's Utopia (Harbinger Society Presents ep37)

Ricochet's Unpacking the News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 20:53


On a new Harbinger Society Presents the independent left media community come together for a picnic in Toronto's Christie Pits park with pals from The Hoser, Darts & Letters, Worst Case Ontario, Press Progress and others to answer the question that's on everyone's minds in the lead-up to the 2022 Ontario election: "What's Life Like in Doug Ford's Utopia?"

Ricochet's Unpacking the News
Living in Doug Ford's Utopia

Ricochet's Unpacking the News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 20:53


The independent left media community come together for a picnic in Toronto's Christie Pits park with pals from The Hoser, Darts & Letters, Worst Case Ontario, Press Progress and others to answer the question that's on everyone's minds in the lead-up to the 2022 Ontario election: "What's Life Like in Doug Ford's Utopia?"

Black Like Me
S7 E151: "Their own little utopia": Edith Hilliard Traces Back 200+ Years Of Her Black Family's Roots In Baraboo, WI.

Black Like Me

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 49:17


Dr. Gee has a conversation with Edith Hilliard, a Black elder in Madison. Hilliard's family is one of the longest living Black families in Wisconsin and Madison. Her stories and family anecdotes reveal a rich history of Black culture and heritage in a predominately white state. Edith Hilliard reveals differences in racial dynamics between now and her childhood. Oral History Interview with Edith Hilliard alexgee.com Support the Show: patreon.com/blacklikeme

The Duran Podcast
EU determined to get Russian oil embargo, push Europe towards Green utopia

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 26:16


EU determined to get Russian oil embargo, push Europe towards Green utopia The Duran: Episode 1292 #OilEmbargo #EU #Russia #TheDuran

Neurons to Nirvana
Discover UTOPiA: ”Fleetwood Mac meets the Eagles” Austin Rock Band Madam Radar

Neurons to Nirvana

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 27:45


Madam Radar's unique group is full of energy harmonious vocals and guitar riffs that can be explosive, silky smooth, as well as full of soul. Each band member demonstrates their amazing songwriting abilities. Madam Radar opened for Bon Jovi and many other great musicians. This episode features the track, Carolina, by Madam Radar. MADAM RADAR is an Americana rock band that punches hard with their explosive harmonies and eclectic original tunes. Having the unique advantage of three lead singers and songwriters, there's something to be enjoyed for a variety of listeners. Once described as Fleetwood Mac meets the Eagles, there's palpable energy in this family band that can be felt from the stage. Husband and wife Jace Cadle and Kelly Green are joined by her brother Kody Lee and his Girlfriend Violet Lea. Soaring guitar solos, sweeping vocals, rich harmonies, and the diversity in the songwriting as the lead singers swap tunes truly makes a MADAM RADAR show a unique experience.  Catch their new album Speaks, which they will be releasing on June 30th. Listen to Madam Radar's Music Learn more about Utopia Fest: http://www.utopiafest.com/ -------- Your feedback helps guide the future of the show! Please consider filling out this short questionnaire by clicking here. Be a part of this podcast! Sign up on our website to receive exclusive show insights and be the first to know about podcast extras and join the Neurons to Nirvana community.

Go Off, Sis
Season 5 Pt. 2 Trailer - Black Girl Utopia

Go Off, Sis

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 4:20


We are BACK..... again with season five (Part 2) of the award-winning, Go Off Sis. Question: are we outside or nah!? Either way, prepare for landing because we are unpacking it all. We're back in your ears, on your screens, and even in person, LIVE. We're talking about all the things we care about today as Black women and we're grabbing the megaphone and sharing our unpopular opinions that maybe shouldn't be so unpopular. Get ready y'all because we're opening up the conversation, and we KNOW y'all got some of your own opinions too. So make sure you tune in bi-weekly, Thursdays to hear us Go Off, Sis! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Art Wank
Episode 109 - Artist Helen Eager

Art Wank

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 41:25


Thanks to Utopia Gallery and Helen Eager for showing us your work and talking to us at your amazing studio. 'Helen Eager has sustained a solo exhibition program for over three decades with her drawings, paintings and prints. Over the years, the shift from domestic interiors to pure abstraction has been a consistent evolution, her love of colour and light a constant thread.Helen Eager studied at the South Australian School of Art in the 1970s. A Masters degree at COFA in the late eighties focused on large-scale works on paper, which took her drawing to a new level. A residency at the Greene St Studio in New York in 1988 was pivotal as Eager's work evolved towards pure abstraction.'Helens work can be found on the Utopia website https://www.utopiaartsydney.com.au/artworks.php?artistID=7-Helen-Eager  Helen is a part of Vivid this year - her work will be on the 

The Life Stylist
Desperation vs. Inspiration: Plant Medicine Integration Tools & Tips w/ Cameron George #411

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 123:42


Cameron George is quickly becoming a Life Stylist veteran guest, and for good reason. To refresh your memory, he is the founder of Tru Kava, a growing company espousing the incredible benefits of kava as a therapeutic plant medicine. In this conversation, we go deep into the plant medicine renaissance and why there has been such a resurgence in interest in this field – before touching on the historic uses of plant medicine and why kava plays such a significant role in parts of the world. We also unpack the psychological and spiritual aspects of humanity, from the search for purpose and meaning to embracing imperfections and the drive toward heightened consciousness. It's a fascinating and free wheeling discussion that I know you'll enjoy. Visit lukestorey.com/trukava and use code LUKE20 for 20% off your first order! TruKava carbonated drinks coming this Summer! 07:00 — The Plant Medicine Renaissance How plant medicine expands and optimizes consciousness Playing off of the two hemispheres of the brain The intentionality of plant organisms Seeking meaning and purpose   27:54 — Embracing Life's Contrasts Embracing imperfection Utopia cannot exist without contrast Bad experiences vs. painful experiences The value of going outside of your mind The human drive to alter consciousness Doing things to improve your life How plants communicate with us Why we're numb to the way nature communes with us   1:36:06 — Learning About Kava What kava is and how it works The origins of kava in indigenous tribes Changing your thought patterns How kava aids addiction Kava as an alcohol substitute   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:   INSIDE TRACKER. When you do what you love – like running, like racing, like enjoying the great outdoors – you want to do it for life. InsideTracker can help. InsideTracker was founded in 2009 by leading scientists in aging, genetics, and biometrics. Using their patented algorithm, InsideTracker analyzes your body's data to provide you with a clear picture of what's going on inside you and to offer you science-backed recommendations for positive diet and lifestyle changes. Then InsideTracker tracks your progress every day, every step of the way toward reaching your performance goals and living a longer, healthier life. You can get 25% off the entire InsideTracker store for a limited time by going to: insidetracker.com/luke.   AND...   SILVER BIOTICS. Silver Biotics brand allows you to access the power of silver like never before. Their advanced nano-silver solution has become the new standard by which all other silver products are measured, giving you the ability to take control of your health—everything from immune support, skin care, and oral hygiene. Get 30% off your first order at silverbiotics.com using code LUKE30, or use code LUKE for 10% off ongoing orders.   AND…   NOOTOPIA. How often do you wake up in the morning and instantly wish you had just another hour of sleep? Imagine having control over how you feel and being able to turn ON your brain within 10 minutes of waking up, without the caffeine. Nootopia is the most advanced brain support and cognitive enhancement system that I've ever tried. Go to nootopia.com/luke and enter coupon code LUKE10 for an extra 10% off.   AND…   MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH. According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death. When most people think of stress, they think of their job, traffic, tense relationships, current events, things like that. But the root of so much of the stress we experience comes down to a deficiency in one overlooked nutrient — magnesium. So, if you're ready to help your body deal with stress, instead of putting a band-aid on it after the fact, you're going to want some Magnesium Breakthrough. You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at www.bioptimizers.com/luke   HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources  gettrukava.com Visit lukestorey.com/trukava and use code LUKE20 for 20% off your first order! Read: Animal Power Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Episodes  Episode #219: Kava Culture: Nature's Xanax And Your Nervous System Solution w/ Cameron George Episode #341: The Kava Connection: Nature's Answer to Anxiety & Mood Management w/ Cameron George   Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey  

Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin
Todd Rundgren, His Music and “Psychonautics"

Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 41:29


Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Todd Rundgren is in a class all his own. Whether scoring Top 40 hits, playing all of the instruments on his albums or wildly experimenting with musical genres, Rundgren is continuously pushing the boundaries of creativity. That ethos and ingenuity can be found in his numerous solo albums from the 70s to present day, with his band Utopia and as a record producer for musicians like Patti Smith, The Psychedelic Furs and MeatLoaf. The trailblazing Rundgren is also a pioneer in computer technology and multimedia – creating the first color graphics tablet, first interactive album and first interactive concert tour. Todd Rundgren tells Alec how he pulls off making the music he wants to make, how he almost changed careers to become a computer programmer and how psychedelics helped him rethink music completely.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

To Touch the Divine
Will We Ever Reach Utopia

To Touch the Divine

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 46:06


Bechukotai The End of days, or the beginning of days. This week the Jews are told the reward and punishments for observance, or lack of it, in following G-d's word. The reward sounds really out of this world, with unfathomable types of change in the nature of the world. An unseemingly possible utopian reality. Can it really happen? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Topic Lords
135. I've Been A Bad, Bad French

Topic Lords

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 75:23


Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Nate * http://mommysbestgames.com/ * https://twitter.com/MommysBestGames/ * Fred * https://twitter.com/brobbeh Topics: * Why do rice cookers play music but not microwaves? * https://twitter.com/_LucasRizzotto/status/1516205625662836739 * If all your needs are met in a utopian society will we still need sports and competition? * Hot Ice, Cool Sounds * Goblin Time by Emma * https://mastodon.art/@emmajuettner/108103474257806186 * Esper says: "My long-held suspicion has always been that humans are generally way less prone to salt-related health issues than suggested by nutritional science. I think a lot of that stuff was ginned up by cigarette companies trying to deflect blame. But I try not to go full-on conspiracy theory about it." * Nerds candy has a Dungeons and Dragons themed box. Is this good for D&D? * If the four horsemen of the apocalypse were recruiting for a fifth member, how would you convince them to hire you? Microtopics: * A shmup about how Microsoft screwed up their Xbox 360 dashboard. * Screaming for 24 hours straight and having a heart attack, or vice versa. * Remastering your obscure protest game and needing to build a museum explaining the context for the protest. * An educational title about how to find games on the new Xbox 360 dashboard. * An infinite runner with extremely awkward horse controls. * Using all the right dark patterns. * Meeting an indie game developer in San Francisco and recognizing him because he's a white guy with a beard and glasses who likes Dark Souls. * A pot that's specifically for rice and it knows when to school cooking the rice. * Only rice cookers get to sing a song. * Installing an AI in your microwave so your microwave can try to murder you. * A codependent washing machine. * Landlords in California doing an end run around renter's rights. * The keyless entry system on your apartment that has a battery backup just so it can play "These Boots are Made for Walking" when it can't let you in because the power is out. * 3D printing some laundry to fold because people are bored in your Utopia. * Extremely soporific TV. * A mashup of music and sports. * Gathering to watch a live band play while a chef makes crepes. * Whether you can be bored while watching two things at the same time. * An orchestra trying to live-score a basketball game. * Trying to listen to an arcade game in the arcade. * Goblins in our community. * A bullet point list of how you can help a goblin. * Spicy radish waffles. * Blackwheat crepes and whether they're really black. * Lemonade crepes. * Dipping a sandwich in mustard. * The pros and cons of salting food. * Chickens laying pre-salted eggs. * Paying a monthly subscription to Monsanto to keep up the injections that make your tongue exude its own salt. * Getting in line to hate Monsanto. * Whether nerds are more or less likely to eat Nerds candy. * A candy for people who forgot D&D exists. * Candy&D. * A series of Nerds-themed D&D campaigns. * Hiring people and paying them. * Star Trek Jeopardy where 70% of the answers are 1980s pop culture because the federation is obsessed with the 80s. * Seeing yet another college sports question in the New York Times crossword and deciding whether to get irrationally angry at Will Shortz. * What Jim embodies that is the worst thing. * Death, war, famine, pestilence, crypto and late-onset melatonin. * John Cleese teaching sex ed in a boarding school. * Starting with death and going downhill from there. * Convincing Death to not kill anyone and Death just rides off and mopes. * Whether the four horsemen listen to podcasts or if the internet is down during the apocalypse. * The four new horsemen of the new apocalypse: crypto, gaslighting, late-onset melatonin and Elon Musk. * How to find people to follow on Mastodon. * How to be a part of a human-sized community. * The Topic Lords subreddit. * The photo of a middle school basketball team that somebody posted to the Topic Lords subreddit. * How to keep spam bots out of your Discord. * Batbarian.

A Christian Reads the Tao te Ching
Minimalism and the Taoist utopia (chapter 80)

A Christian Reads the Tao te Ching

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 37:52


Chapter 80 presents Lao Tzu's vision of the ideal society, the "Taoist utopia". Although it is not a "realistic" picture at first glance, writing it off would be a big mistake. The chapter not only praises minimalism and simple living, but also contains a thinly veiled but cutting cultural critique that is just as relevant today as it was 2600 years ago.1. The simple life - minimalism and Christian activist Shane Claiborne's "Irresistible Revolution"2. The cultural critique - overpopulation, overdevelopment, industrialization, and insatiable desires3. A clarification - is this chapter really idolizing a boring, antisocial life?See more at www.coreyfarr.comSupport the show

GrowingUpItalian
Utopia Bagels - Best Bagels In The World

GrowingUpItalian

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 27:24


EPISODE 214. Jesse Spellman of Utopia Bagels sits down with Sabino to talk Some or the similarities of growing up in a family business. Some similarities between Greeks and Italians Be sure to follow Utopia Bagels here https://www.instagram.com/utopiabagels/ To shop our merchandise, visit https://www.paninishoppe.com/growingupitalian Be sure to check our our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/growingupitalian As always, if you enjoyed this video, be sure to drop a Like, Comment and please SUBSCRIBE. Grazie a tutti!

Neurons to Nirvana
Discover UTOPiA: Backstage with Honky Tonk Avant-Garde Songwriter with Colt Wayne Keeney

Neurons to Nirvana

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 51:29


This episode is your own backstage pass from UTOPiAfest. Check out this sweet conversation with songwriter Colt Wayne Keeney and his wife Noble, as they share music from their heart.  The raw talent of Colt Wayne Keeney is obvious, from the recent album, American Mutt, that he recorded during the lockdown, his songwriting secrets, and his journey of playing and writing music. You're in for a treat with this episode. Wild stories, live performances, and just a damned good time.  Listen to Colt Wayne Keeney: https://www.coltwayne.com/ Learn more about Utopia Fest: http://www.utopiafest.com/ -------- Your feedback helps guide the future of the show! Please consider filling out this short questionnaire by clicking here. Be a part of this podcast! Sign up on our website to receive exclusive show insights and be the first to know about podcast extras and join the Neurons to Nirvana community.

Au cœur de l'histoire
Merlin l'Enchanteur et la forêt de Brocéliande : entre mythe et réalité

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 12:21


Écoutez un nouvel épisode inédit du podcast “Au cœur de l'Histoire” consacré à Merlin l'Enchanteur, en partenariat avec le Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille. A l'occasion de l'exposition "La Forêt Magique" proposée jusqu'au 19 septembre dans le cadre de Lille 3000 Utopia, découvrez l'histoire de cette figure de la forêt de Brocéliande, entre mythe et réalité historique. D'où nous vient la légende du magicien rendu célèbre par le film de Walt Disney ? Sur quels éléments historiques tangibles repose-t-elle ? Comment son portrait a-t-il évolué à travers les représentations diverses apparues au fil des siècles ? Dans cet épisode spécial produit par Europe 1 Studio, Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach nous emmène à la rencontre de Merlin l'Enchanteur, personnage entre fiction et histoire, fortement lié à l'imaginaire de la forêt.   

Tell Me What to Google
Free Christiania: A Utopian Lawless Place

Tell Me What to Google

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 53:29


In the heart of Copenhagen, Denmark, a free-living socialist Utopia has existed for more than 50 years. What started as an abandoned military barracks has become a haven for free-thinkers, hippies artists and tourists where it seems everything is legal. But is it? In this episode, we examine the history and turmoil of Christiania and then chat with Comedian & Juggler, Marcus Monroe! Review this podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-internet-says-it-s-true/id1530853589 Bonus episodes and content available at http://Patreon.com/MichaelKent For special discounts and links to our sponsors, visit http://theinternetsaysitstrue.com/deals

Au cœur de l'histoire
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, philosophe amoureux de la nature

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 16:19


Écoutez un nouveau récit historique inédit du podcast "Au cœur de l'Histoire" consacré à Jean-Jacques Rousseau, en partenariat avec le Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille. A l'occasion de l'exposition consacrée à "La Forêt Magique" proposée jusqu'au 19 septembre dans le cadre de Lille 3000 Utopia, découvrez le rapport à la nature secret du grand philosophe des Lumières. Si la forêt est dans l'imaginaire collectif le lieu de tous les mystères, pour Rousseau, elle constitue un refuge loin de la société corrompue des hommes. Dans cet épisode spécial produit par Europe 1 Studio, Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach raconte la vie d'errance dans les forêts de Rousseau, grand penseur du XVIII siècle soucieux de construire un monde meilleur. 

Neurons to Nirvana
Discover UTOPiA: Alt-pop Calliope Musicals fearless frontwoman Carrie Fussell

Neurons to Nirvana

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:03


Here's a conversation with the lead singer and guitarist of Calliope Musicals, Carrie Fussell. We go into songwriting, how the band formed and evolved, and more about the magic of the UTOPiAfest and its profound impact on her and other musicians who attend the festival. Carrie categorizes the band's sound like a wholesome psychedelic exploration of feelings through music.    Listen to Calliope Musicals: https://www.calliopemusicals.com/ Learn more about Utopia Fest: http://www.utopiafest.com/ -------- Your feedback helps guide the future of the show! Please consider filling out this short questionnaire by clicking here. Be a part of this podcast! Sign up on our website to receive exclusive show insights and be the first to know about podcast extras and join the Neurons to Nirvana community.

Neurons to Nirvana
Discover UTOPiA: Greyhounds Music

Neurons to Nirvana

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 19:16


Just moments before retro garage R&B band Greyhounds took the stage at UTOPiAfest, I sat down with them just off stage and dropped in on several topics such as their writing process, touring, collaborations with the Tedeschi Trucks band, and a deep dive into plant medicine, Lakota spirituality, and more. This episode's featured track is "What's On Your Mind" by Greyhounds and you can listen to it on Bandcamp, stream it on Spotify, or Apple Music. Learn more about Utopia Fest: http://www.utopiafest.com/ -------- Your feedback helps guide the future of the show! Please consider filling out this short questionnaire by clicking here. Be a part of this podcast! Sign up on our website to receive exclusive show insights and be the first to know about podcast extras and join the Neurons to Nirvana community.    

Shameless Sex
#274 Used Panties From Adult Stars and the Truth About Anal - With Fans Utopia and Kenna James

Shameless Sex

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 71:10


In this fun in-person recording we collaborate with two badass women - Natasha Root, the creator of the successful Fan's Utopia site where she sells porn performers used panties, sex toys and more - as well as Kenna James, an award winning adult star and model, as well 2016's Penthouse Magazine Pet of the Year. While our main intention was to focus on the porn industry as well this lucrative business Natasha has created, we also somehow end up getting a free Anal 101 lesson as well. Enjoy! About our guests: Natasha Root is a Los Angeles Native and fashion executive-turned-entrepreneur. She is currently the Owner of the popular platform, Fans Utopia, which connects fans with their idols on a deeper level, while also enabling adult talent to earn the money they deserve. She began working nearly two decades ago at her dads autobody shop, which instilled her the go-getter attitude that has led her to where she is today. Prior to starting Fans Utopia, Natasha was a model, and held positions at Capitol Records, designing clothes for band's tours, and a cobbler company where she repaired high-end fashion goods. As a former director of a cobbler company, she handled all business operations and quickly learned the ins-and-outs of product design and fashion. At 34 years old and nearly two decades of work experience, her unique background and go-getter attitude lead her to create her own ecommerce platform, Fans Utopia. She was no stranger to the porn industry, having grown up and lived in LA her whole life. Once she had an idea to start a platform to bring together their fans and idols there was no looking back. She brings to Fans Utopia decades of experience working in client service, fashion, and entertainment to the company. She turned what started out as a local, LA-based startup into an international company in no time. As the Owner of the company, she continues to lead all business operations and works closely with adult talent worldwide. She's been featured in several times in Goop and well-known fashion blogs. To learn more visit https://fansutopia.com/   Kenna James is an award winning adult star and model, as well 2016's Penthouse Magazine Pet of the Year. You can purchase items from her most famous scenes and live streams at fansutopia.com, and to see all of Kenna's work visit kennasjoint.com. For her social links visit:  twitter.com/kennajames21 instagram.com/realkennajames   Other links: Get up to $200 off your customized dream mattress + two free pillows at helixsleep.com/shameless Get turned on with 30 days free of super hot audio erotica at dipseastories.com/shameless Get 10% off + free shipping with code SHAMELESSSEX on Uberlube AKA our favorite lubricant at uberlube.com Get 10% off while mastering the art of pleasure at OMGyes.com/shameless Get 15% off all of your sex toys with code SHAMELESSSEX at purepleasureshop.com

Happier with Gretchen Rubin
Happier - Ep. 374: Refraining from Complaining, an Easy Health Hack, and We Talk about “Deaf Utopia” with Star Nyle DiMarco

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 40:23


We talk about why we're refraining from complaining (mostly) for this month, discuss an easy but important health hack, and interview actor, producer, and two-time reality-show winner Nyle DiMarco about his new memoir “Deaf Utopia” and more. Get in touch: @gretchenrubin; @elizabethcraft; podcast@gretchenrubin.com Get in touch on Instagram: @GretchenRubin & @LizCraft Get the podcast show notes by email every week here: http://gretchenrubin.com/#newsletter Get the resources and all links related to this episode here: http://happiercast.com/374 Leave a voicemail message on: 774-277-9336 For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to happiercast.com/sponsors Want to be happier in 2022? Order Gretchen Rubin's book The Happiness Project to see how she approached the question, “How can I be happier?” and start a Happiness Project of your own. Happier with Gretchen Rubin is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Do The Thing, Side Hustle School, Happier in Hollywood and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler. If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices