Tom is back with a look at the seventh installment from the Visions series, "The Elder"!! Strap on your buckets, let's go!Please follow the show at:Mando_Vision on Twitter and Instagram. Email: MandoVisionTom@gmail.comPlease, like, subscribe and share the show with your friends on all of your favorite podcast platforms and if you can take the time to write a 5-Star review, it will be read on the show! Thank for all the support, please stay safe and take care of each other. Music by Dirty Sweet and used with permission.All audio clips from any “Star Wars” material is copyright of Disney Enterprises Inc. and is only used for the sole purpose of promotion of Disney property and to provide context for talking points. Mando Vision is copyright Thomas Pritchard 2021.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Welcome to Triad of the Force's Visions Mondays! Join Gus, Moe, & Nani on their limited series, covering all things Visions. On today's Visions Monday, the gang reviews and analyzes the sixth episode of Visions: T0-B1. • • • Triad of the Force is a channel featuring Nani, Gus, and Moe, three lifelong Puerto Rican friends who after years of discussing the media they love, have finally come together and created their show. Triad of the Force focuses their discussions on Star Wars, but their love for media spans everything from sci-fi, fantasy, CBMs, and beyond. From films to TV, from books to comic books, Triad of the Force looks at all media critically, from a Latine/x perspective. Joins us! Follow Triad Of The Force at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TriadOfTheForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/triadoftheforce/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TriadoftheForce/ If you like us, get some merch and help the channel: TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/triad-of-the-force
We decided to branch off from our normal formatted episode by doing our first Spoiler cast to talk on the first season of Star Wars Visions. Listen in as we talk each episode and give you our thoughts on this anime anthology. What was our favorite episodes and what we think of this season overall. If you digging the show Rate, Follow, Comment, and Subscribe! Check out the link tree here, https://linktr.ee/Callitlikeidontseeit
On today's episode, Dylan and Brandon discuss their re-write for Ep. VIII from the sequel trilogy. They talk about the show Visions and all the upcoming news regarding the Kenobi show. Find out more on Refill & Chill. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/refillandchill/support
On On this episode, Dominic, Ben, and Chris share their thoughts on the latest Star Wars news, including the future of Star Wars: Visions, teases for Obi-Wan Kenobi, and the "Bring the Bounty" campaign. They start by talking about recent comments from the director of "The Ninth Jedi" episode of Visions, how they'd like to see the story continued, and how it impacts our hope for the future of the saga. Then they talk about recent comments from Kumail Nanjiani, Jason Isaacs, and Carl Weathers about the future of their characters. Plus, what to expect from the "Bring the Bounty" campaign, Hayden Christensen gets the high ground in New York, and the debut of a new (stolen) game show. All this and much more!
Welcome to Triad of the Force's Visions Reviews! Join Gus, Moe, & Nani on their limited series, covering all things Visions. On today's Visions Review, the gang reviews and analyzes the fifth episode of Visions: The Ninth Jedi. • • • Triad of the Force is a channel featuring Nani, Gus, and Moe, three lifelong Puerto Rican friends who after years of discussing the media they love, have finally come together and created their show. Triad of the Force focuses their discussions on Star Wars, but their love for media spans everything from sci-fi, fantasy, CBMs, and beyond. From films to TV, from books to comic books, Triad of the Force looks at all media critically, from a Latine/x perspective. Joins us! Follow Triad Of The Force at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TriadOfTheForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/triadoftheforce/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TriadoftheForce/ If you like us, get some merch and help the channel: TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/triad-of-the-force
Welcome back to a Sorta Star Wars podcast! New guest, Fabian, joins the podcast today to talk about Star Wars' new Anime show, Visions! We have mixed feelings about the show, but ultimately enjoy anything Star Wars! Enjoy! Thanks for listening! Be safe. Be courteous. BYE! If you'd like to support the show and be entered to win the monthly contests, visit our Patreon at patreon.com/sortastarwars Thanks everyone for your support! *This podcast is a production of Ryit Media and is hosted by Ryan Lehman (@sortastarwars) **To hear other podcasts hosted by Ryan Lehman, search "Ryit Media" on any podcast player or find the links here: Granny Shiftin': THE fast and furious podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/ipk12aZ_ Dad Reads Books: https://link.chtbl.com/q_7bYUCz AND NOW Silver Screen and Television Dreams: https://link.chtbl.com/djA5v-LB
Casey is kicking off the rest of October with spooky scary stuff starting with comedian Christine Meehan-Berg's smorgasbord of supernatural experiences. Final Destination type visions, seeing babies in the middle of the night to finding out a ghost is standing behind you from a medium on a zoom call. She's been through it all. CHILLS!! Spoiler! If you see sequins in the trees, you might be dying. Produced by Dear Media.
Michael is joined by Katie Smalling to recap episodes 7-9 of Visions. Later, they leave you with some recommendations. Follow Stark Wars on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok @StarkWarsPod Follow Michael on Instagram and Twitter @TheMichaelORear Follow Tommy on Twitter @TommysTidbits Follow Katie on Twitter @RealSlimKatie Follow Katie on Twitch twitch.tv/realslimkatie_
Product visions can align a team and inspire a better future state. When visions stem from real user needs, the ideas that follow have the greatest potential for success. NN/g UX Specialist Anna Kaley discusses keeping users at the center of product development, and shares insights from next weeks' UX Vision and Strategy Series, presented alongside Chief Designer, Sarah Gibbons. Read more about Anna Kaley (NN/g bio) Referenced courses and training series: UX Vision and Strategy Series (Oct 18-22, 2021) with Anna Kaley and Sarah Gibbons Product and UX: Building Partnerships for Better Outcomes Being a UX Leader: Essential Skills for Any UX Practitioner Lean UX and Agile Related (free) videos & articles: UX Vision (3-min video by Anna Kaley) Create an aspirational view of the experience users will have with your product, service, or organization in the future. This isn't fluff, but will guide a unified design strategy. Here are 5 steps to creating a UX vision. UX Roadmaps: Definition and Components (article by Sarah Gibbons)
It's spooky season, so the gang is spending the next couple of weeks discussing spooky Star Wars specials! In this episode we chat about LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales, and we also give our thoughts on episodes 4-6 of Star Wars Visions, both available now on Disney+. Send us your thoughts about the show, or Star Wars in general. Send us your sidekick grading scale, and we will read it on the show. You can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter, at @rebelsrebelspod, or email the show at RebelsRebelsPod@gmail.com. Subscribe on any app, or connect with us on all social media by visiting http://smarturl.it/rebelsrebels. Our new theme music is by Peter's band, Sore Thumb. Hear all their music and get more info at www.sorethumbband.com
There are many other people who have also experienced a vision of hell like myself. These visions caused them to have a fervency to win the lost and to serve God all of their lives. For more information about Bill Wiese and Soul Choice Ministries please visit us at: https://soulchoiceministries.org/ You can find more of Bill's teachings at: BillWieseTV-YouTube
Perhaps Star Wars (in particular, A New Hope) isn't so much influenced by Kurosawa as by the "jidaigeki" genre in which he operated... on today's show, we'll briefly introduce ourselves to the Japanese period drama and discuss how it comes full circle with the new Visions novel, Ronin. Punch it! Here's the article referenced in the show... ‘Jidaigeki': A Beginner's Guide to Period Dramas in Japan: https://jff.jpf.go.jp/read/interview/jidaigeki/ ***I'm listener supported! Join the community at http://Patreon.com/sw7x7 to get access to bonus episodes and other insider rewards.***
Lauren and Bridget do their first little bonus mini series coverage! Bridget is obsessed with Star Wars and Lauren is slowly joining on the fandom train.In Part 1 we cover episodes 1-5 of Visions and next week in Part 2, we'll cover episodes 6-9!Watch Star Wars Visions exclusively on Disney+.
A recent article from David Miller at Screenrant asked an interesting question - does Star Wars: Visions understand the Force better than the Sequel Trilogy? We look into the article, its reasonings including the pros and cons before offering our opinion on the question. We also take YOUR opinions and end on a game of "Use the Force". For all your Sessions needs, head to starwarssessions.co.uk // Find and support us on PATREON at patreon.com/starwarssessions // Don't forget to rate, review, subscribe, and share! You can find us on Twitter (@starwarssession) and Instagram (@starwarssessions) so come talk the Wars with us! We post polls, questions, and thoughts on both socials, and the results/comments are featured on the episodes as well. Send your voice messages to email@example.com and we'll get them on the show. Catch the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and all good podcast platforms. Thanks again for listening – your continued support is so appreciated by us. MTFBWY.
Welcome to the Podralorian, the Rogue Podron spinoff where we discuss Star Wars television. You better listen to this episode before this pot boils! In this episode: Star Wars: Visions: The Duel, The Elder, and Akakiri Contact Us: Tweet us @roguepodron or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.roguepodron.com Support us on patreon: www.pateron.com/roguepodron Hosted by Meg, Danny, Saf, Heath, and Ash.
Welcome to the Podralorian, the Rogue Podron spinoff where we discuss Star Wars television. You better listen to this episode before this pot boils! In this episode: Star Wars: Visions: The Duel, The Elder, and Akakiri Contact Us: Tweet us @roguepodron or e-mail us at email@example.com. Website: www.roguepodron.com Support us on patreon: www.pateron.com/roguepodron Hosted by Meg, Danny, Saf, Heath, and Ash.
Another fabulous edition veers far and wide with tributes and suggestions. In the mix, the Beatles, Stones, Rita Moreno, The Chieftans, The Riot Room, Talya Groves, and much, much more.
Nani is still on Midterms, so the wonderful Tori Fox from The Mandatorian Creed helps us out and joins the Triad! Today we're Halloween themed as we talk about the LEGO Terrifying Tales special, and Spirit Halloween vs Party City! Also, with the advent of Visions and Ronin, we discuss the possible futures for non-canon Star Wars storytelling! Join us! • • • Triad of the Force is a channel featuring Nani, Gus, and Moe, three lifelong Puerto Rican friends who after years of discussing the media they love, have finally come together and created their show. Triad of the Force focuses their discussions on Star Wars, but their love for media spans everything from sci-fi, fantasy, CBMs, and beyond. From films to TV, from books to comic books, Triad of the Force looks at all media critically, from a Latine/x perspective. Joins us! Follow Triad Of The Force at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TriadOfTheForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/triadoftheforce/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TriadoftheForce/ If you like us, get some merch and help the channel: TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/triad-of-the-force
In this episode, Rachael and Kirsty cover the following news: - Key new Star Wars novels, including 'Shadow of the Sith', announced - Chloe Zhao potentially hints at being interested in a Star Wars project - 'Secrets of the Sith' delves into the mind of the Emperor - Giancarlo Esposito takes a strong stand against anti-vaxxers We then move into a quick discussion of the new Disney Plus special 'LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales', paying particular attention to its treatment of Ben Solo and his 'Lost Boys'-inspired joy ride with the Knights of Ren. Finally, we round off the episode by returning to the awesome 'Star Wars: Visions' and sharing our thoughts on the three middle chapters - The Village Bride, The Ninth Jedi and T0-B1. We hope you enjoy hearing our thoughts - if you want to share your thoughts on 'Star Wars: Visions', please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Many thanks to Christy Carew for the Scavenger's Hoard theme, and Nemling for our artwork.
Karre and Am are not your usual set of Force twins as Fr. Andrew and Angela discuss their unique bond in the dark side of the Force; as well as how this story is intense and epic, but also touches on deeper topics such as their humanity and their vocations, and leaves us wanting more. The post Visions, Ep. 2: The Twins appeared first on SQPN.com.
SPOILER ALERT! THE WAIT IS FINALLY OVER! We are talking about the entire first season of Star Wars Visions. We watched every episode, and then got right into this review, so you're getting the FRESHEST takes in the land! . Hosted by Tyler Bucks & Logan Honsaker Support Us! https://www.patreon.com/ChatterSquadron Find our merch, as well as everything else you need here! - @chattersquadron | Linktree Watch Us! Youtube: Chatter Squadron Facebook: Chatter Squadron - A Star Wars Podcast Follow Us! Instagram: @ChatterSquadron Twitter: @ChatterSquadron Subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify, and anywhere else you find great podcasts!
Leadership, Cybersecurity, and Transformation.In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to retired Rear Admiral Danelle Barrett, former deputy CIO of the US Navy, Director of Operations at Cyber Command and Author of ‘Rock the Boat'. Danelle talks about what it was like to be a wife and mother while serving the Nation. She goes into the values of communication and importance of the transformational opportunities in life. We also get to hear about the writing and production process of Danelle's book, Rock the Boat and what made her decide to write. Lastly, Danelle allows us to hear about her past experiences working at Disney World, what she wishes she did differently, and her ‘embarrassing mom moment.' QUOTES “So, I think sometimes we have to really be mindful and open to whatever's coming our way. Be a little Semper Gumby, a little flexible, and leap at that opportunity that we just wouldn't have seen or didn't see because we were so blind [with] everything we thought we wanted.”– Danelle Barrett [12:20] “So, her dream was just as important as mine and my husband's. So, there's ways in families to manage that, but it takes effort, takes some coordination and stuff like that, but you know, you can't be solely focused on your career yourself. You got to make sure that everybody else's dreams and aspirations are just as important as yours and taken care of.”– Danelle Barrett [28:56] “...I do believe, you know, as a leader you have to look for those opportunities that are transformational. That will change something for the better.”– Danelle Barrett [36:53] TIMESTAMPS [00:04] Intro [01:52] Meet Danelle Barrett [02:59] Rock the Boat [03:37] Corporate Boards [04:58] Leaving the Navy [06:58] Going into the Navy and Working in the Pentagon [09:37] Evolution of Technology [10:10] Shifting to Leadership Roles [12:34] Women Going to Sea and the Ships [15:25] Danelle's Husband and Daughter [16:58] Danelle's Parents and Siblings [18:47] Being in the Navy as a Mom [22:05] Danelle's Mother [24:40] Marriage Tips and Familial Communication [28:06] Danelle's Daughter [30:02] Women in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science [33:11] Hair and Clothing [36:12] Rock the Boat [38:51] Ideas, Visions, and Evolution [41:53] Communication Systems Impacting Cybersecurity [43:51] Writing a Book and the Distribution Process [48:08] Ping Pong and Piano [50:53] Danelle's Favorite Book [52:02] What Danielle Looks Back on [53:27] Working at Disney World [54:17] Funny Mom Moment [58:39] Outro RESOURCES https://www.navy.mil/ (United States Navy) https://marineparents.com/marinecorps/sempergumby.asp (Semper Gumby) https://www.navysite.de/ships/lcc19.htm (USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19)) https://www.c6f.navy.mil/About-Us/Our-Task-Forces/CTF-63/USS-Mount-Whitney-LCC-20/ (USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20)) https://www.va.gov/ (U.S. Department of Federal Affairs) https://explorehealthcareers.org/career/nursing/occupational-health-nurse/ (Occupational Health Nurse) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0218839/ (Best in Show) https://www.uky.edu/UKHome/ (University of Kentucky) https://www.sears.com/ (Sears) https://www.amazon.com/ (Amazon) https://www.tesla.com/elon-musk (Elon Musk) https://www.waltdisney.org/walt-disney (Walt Disney) https://www.neilgaiman.com/ (Neil Gaiman) https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/ (The Salvation Army) https://www.amazon.com/Bell-Adano-John-Hersey/dp/0394756959 (A Bell for Adano) by John Hersey https://www.pulitzer.org/ (The Pulitzer Prize) https://www.amazon.com/All-Light-We-Cannot-See/dp/1501173219 (All The Light We Cannot See) by Anthony Doerr https://www.janeausten.org/ (Jane Austen) https://www.amazon.com/Far-Madding-Crowd-Wordsworth-Classics/dp/1853260673 (Far from the Madding Crowd) by Thomas Hardy https://www.amazon.com/Lincoln-Leadership-Executive-Strategies-Tough/dp/0446394599 (Lincoln on Leadership) by Donald T. Phillips...
Emma Mieko Candon tells a story that is not the Star Wars we know, and yet is connected just as deeply in its own unique way. Star Wars: Ronin (A Visions Novel) expands the story from "The Duel" with a multi-layered web of secrets and lies. Exposed layer by layer, it challenges you to unlearn what you've learned, and rewards you handsomely for the effort. Punch it! ***I'm listener supported! Join the community at http://Patreon.com/sw7x7 to get access to bonus episodes and other insider rewards.***
Much to our chagrin it's time to talk about Star Wars content. Evan reviews Star Wars: Visions, a surprisingly varied anthology from star anime creators like Hiroyuki Imaishi and Eunyoung Choi. But before that, David and Evan discuss the final Smash Bros. Ultimate character (yes, it's Sora), the upcoming Super Mario Bros. animated movie, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, and Metroid Fusion. Lots to talk about this episode, including a full rundown of every short in Visions! Topics include: Chris Pratt Mario in Smash, lightsaber high heels, and Star Wars: Visions vs. Marvel's The Vision. Thank you to Patrick Sutton for editing this episode. Send us feedback at email@example.com! Show notes, links, comments, and more can be found at http://anigamers.com/podcast.
NEW BOOKS STARRING LUKE AND LANDO, OBI-WAN AND ANAKIN, OCHI AND MORE Star Wars Visions show strong viewer engagement according to Parrot Analytics The ART OF Star Wars VISIONS will be released April 2022. Andy Serkis discusses the fate of Snoke. Lego Star Wars Terrifying Tales Expectations and predictions for Book of Boba and Kenobi. intro music: Level Up Leroy outro music: Sam Kim Today's show is brought to you by Audible. Audible is offering our listeners a free audiobook with a 30-day trial membership. Just go to audibletrial.com/stuffpodcast and browse the unmatched selection of audio programs – download a title free and start listening. It's that easy. Type in the URL audibletrial.com/stuffpodcast, don't copy and paste please. Please help the podcast and type out a review and give us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts and now also on Audible! Email us your questions, comments, random thoughts, anything you want to share with us at firstname.lastname@example.org Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Starwarsstuffpodcast2187 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StarWarsstuffPodcast TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/gTr8Pg/ TWITTER - @STUFFpod INSTAGRAM - @starwarsstuffpodcast FACEBOOK - STAR WARS stuff group and Star Wars stuff Podcast page --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/star-wars-stuff-podcast/message
In this episode, Jonathan and Nathan discuss episodes 4-6 of Star Wars Visions. They discuss what they liked and didn't like, the animation styles, the music, and the surprise twists. Enjoy! Music by Samuel Kim Music Senior Producer: Nathan npbroCo-Producers: Mike Self and James KoanCo-Hosts: Nathan npbro and Jonathan KoanEditor: Jonathan Koan
Welcome to Triad of the Force's Visions Mondays! Join Gus, Moe, & Nani on their limited series, covering all things Visions. On today's Visions Monday, the gang reviews and analyzes the fourth episode of Visions: The Village Bride. • • • Triad of the Force is a channel featuring Nani, Gus, and Moe, three lifelong Puerto Rican friends who after years of discussing the media they love, have finally come together and created their show. Triad of the Force focuses their discussions on Star Wars, but their love for media spans everything from sci-fi, fantasy, CBMs, and beyond. From films to TV, from books to comic books, Triad of the Force looks at all media critically, from a Latine/x perspective. Joins us! Follow Triad Of The Force at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TriadOfTheForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/triadoftheforce/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TriadoftheForce/ If you like us, get some merch and help the channel: TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/triad-of-the-force
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We continue with our part 2 of Star wars Visions talk, New LEGO Disney Plus Terrifying Tales dropped to welcome in October and Halloween! And an update on all the great things that happened to UNICON Vegas convention, It was great to start to get back to normal as the convention circuit heats up! Check out our interview/podcast panel at Unicon Vegas! https://www.facebook.com/GoLiveVegas7... Plus Star Wars news, rumors, toy reviews, Disney Plus shows, comic and books, canon discussion, and Star Wars theories from all around the galaxy! #starwars #starwarsnews #starwarsvisions #kenobi #whatif #podcast #podcasting #starwarspodcast #uniconvegas #legostarwars #ahsoka Like, Subscribe and Share! If you are interested in being a Patreon we will be indebted to you... https://www.patreon.com/sarlaccdigestpodcast
Grab your kyber crystals and Waifu Leia body pillows because it's time to enjoy SOCRATIC CINEMA'S SEASON 5 PREMIERE: STAR WARS VISIONS! Watch as Kasey uses her prophetic powers to predict the future of Star Wars, James defends what is almost certainly the worst episode of the entire series, and Charlie (live from his mother's basement) cries foul on Visions for not having the spirit of the original trilogy. Special thanks to our patrons Rachel DeLisio, John DeLisio, Samuel Copeland, Ethan Rudder, Jeanette Clark, Michael & Heather Clark, Peter DeLisio, Mariah Helm, and Hero! When Jabba the Hutt comes calling YOU BETTER KNOW I'm getting y'all to form a band. Thank you to Riley Smith for editing this video! Riley is a freelance video editor and sound artist. Riley can be contacted at RSsmithbusiness@gmail.com and can be found on Instagram @rileychrissmith. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm9dFcyGaQYEyP2ofZYa9kg Podcast Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22r5KXt2rDg&list=PL_rw0im3Y1ZuFkc6T2JUm6rHNM8RO-heF Instagram: @socratic_cinema Twitter: @cinemasocratic Twitch: twitch.tv/socraticcinema Patreon: patreon.com/socraticcinema
Tonight, recorded in a galaxy far, far away, our Animation Amigos take a look at Netflix's Shaman King, Edens Zero, and the animated anthology short series Star Wars Visions! #animation #starwarsvisions --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renegadepopculture/support
This week in #StarWars #news, major book announcements, #Visions does well in the streaming ratings, new #Hasbro #actionfigures, #Podathon2021 rolls on and rumors about the Book of Boba Fett.Podathon: www.Atgcast.com/Podathon Books: StarWars.comStreaming: https://www.parrotanalytics.com/insights/tv-series-demand-across-all-television-platforms-for-the-us-25-september-01-october-2021/Art of Visions: https://amzn.to/3iL2cKSHasbro: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Star-Wars-The-Vintage-Collection-Carbonized-Collection-Shoretrooper-3-75-inch-Figure/714488694 Book of Boba Fett: https://www.starwarsnewsnet.com/2021/10/exclusive-wild-scene-description-from-the-book-of-boba-fett.htmlPatreon.com/ATGcastATGcast.comTwitter.com/ATGcastFacebook.com/ATGcastInstagram.com/ATGcastTikTok.com/ATGcast
#WhatIf #Marvel #MMMayhem #TheGenreverse #LRMOnline Marvel's What If...? Ultron Won is here. What If Ultron took Visions body as planned in Age of Ultron, killed EVERYONE, and then learned about the multiverse? That is what we'll be looking at today... yay? 00:00- Intro & Initial Reactions 04:39- An Epic Multiverse Argument About When/Where Agent Carter Is 09:43- Final Fight, Missing Episode, And Too Many Endings 17:02- What If What If...? Were To Crossover Into Live-Action & Variants From Fox & Sony 25:13- That Spidey Suit From No Way Home & Spider-Verse Talk 29:37- Favorite What If...? Stuff 35:43- The Future Of The MCU, That We Can See 40:17- Ranking The MCU Shows So Far 44:00- That "When Does The Multiverse Crack" Argument & Final Thoughts MARVEL MULTIVERSE MAYHEM is the premier ALL THINGS MARVEL podcast from LRM Online's Genreverse Podcast Network. Kyle and Nick will be guiding you through the latest phase of the ever-growing Marvel Cinematic Universe. From the latest episode of a Disney+ show to a feature film by Marvel Studios (…or Sony….), we've got you covered with inciteful recaps, Easter eggs, and further MCU speculation! Nick, co-creator of Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast, and Kyle Malone, creator of podcasts including Daily COG and Anime-Versal Reviews will be here for you every Monday (or Thursday); as your guides to the MCU! Support: We have SO MANY podcasts! Anime-Versal Reviews Podcast covers anime, LRM's No Mercy covers Cobra Kai, and classics like BGRtP, The Cantina Podcast, and The Daily COG are still going! Please like, share, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. This will help us help you! Also, by getting more visibility, with more feedback, and a bigger audience, we can provide more content for YOU! Question(s) of the week: What points would you make in your What If...? (Episode 9) The Watcher Broke His Oath review? Also, what should we cover next on the road to The Multiverse of Madness? Lastly, how can we make this podcast/series better? Miss last episode? Catch it here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/663plbZmuBtFbifsfg5ADa?si=NF25_1JSSUC9LpAtVUlThQ&dl_branch=1 Join Our Discord: discord.gg/shYJJrVgM6 Website: www.LRMOnline.com Subscribe to our podcast channel where ever you get podcasts! Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4h1ngeRAmfYxWdzeblFmNe Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/@los-fanboys Music: www.purple-planet.com
A new MP3 sermon from DTBM, International is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: What_S God_S Normal Way Of Communicating & Does God Still Use Angels, Visions & Voice Subtitle: Disciple's Path to Follow Speaker: Dr. John Barnett Broadcaster: DTBM, International Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/8/2021 Length: 46 min.
Bryan sits down with Emma Mieko Candon, the author behind Star Wars: Ronin, a Visions novel. The two of them talk about inspirations for the book, the experiences Emma brought to the writing, and lots of Kurosawa and Star Wars. You won't want to miss this in-depth conversation
Let there be Chunks. On this week's After the Credits- we're talking about symbiotes. And serial killers. And Woody Harrelson's wig. But not before a mini-review of Dear Evan Hansen, some Castlevania canon talk, and short hot takes on the new Star Wars animated content, the anthology series Visions, and the Halloween special, Terrifying Tales. Then, and only then, will carnage be allowed. YumChunks puts on their boots and wades into the muck of Venom: Let There Be Carnage. We pick out the chunks we like and try and make sense of this mess of a movie. And we cap it all off with a listener email which prompts some re-examining of Shang-Chi. This cast is symbiotic, listeners. We need each other. And it's so much more fun than biting off heads. Maximum Chunkage. Chunkfire Stories - 02:53 Venom: Let There Be Carnage Summary - 31:56 Venom: Let There Be Carnage Discussion - 39:32 Listener Email - 01:48:56
We watched the second episode of Star Wars visions. What's a rock and roll Hutt doing just living that wig life? Can we see more of the Star Waver tour van? And-oh my god-what did they do to Bib ForTuna? On this episode we rock or die trying.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/weservedroids)
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Lisa Vielee is President at Well Done Marketing, a 15-yer-old full-spectrum, strategic, creative, and technical agency that provides design, branding, content marketing, public relations, and digital strategy services . . . but not traditional media-buying. Lisa claims this small, independent agency is unusual for its size in that it has a full web development team and can “go straight from web design to UX, UI, and development, testing, and then continue with ongoing maintenance web development. Lisa explains that “design to development” can be a rocky handoff – but keeping everything “in agency” eliminates this problem. Today, websites, which used to be one-and-done “catalogs,” require constant updating to make sure they provide great customer experience, enhance and support the customer journey, and align with changing customer needs. New business comes into Well Done in one of three ways—through referrals, through “the dreaded RFP process, and finally, and through outbound sales. Dedicated service managers serve as primary points of contact for clients, represent the agency's team for the client and the client internally, and bring in the staff with required skill sets as they are needed. Lisa believes the agency's small size of 30-some employees promotes nimbleness and the ability to maximize budgets. The agency's clients present the agency with “problems to be solved” but solutions now are far more comprehensive than they were in the past. Lisa says it is important to “not just focus on the initial creative strategy” (which tends to live short term inside a campaign) but to take a wider view and develop marketing strategies aligned with long term business and brand goals. She says marketing, is “more than just distribution channels and the4 Ps” (product, price, place, promotion)—marketing needs a seat at the C table. Lisa feels it is important to mentor younger people and asks them to define their “end goals” and “their visions of success.” She explains that some people may want to create a company, sell it, and become millionaires. Others may want a tight, small, focused team that provides meaningful service and personal satisfaction. Still, others just want to come to work and do a good job, day in and day out. Lisa says these are all valid and that, no matter what each individual is pursuing as success, Well Done will work to keep them challenged. Lisa, who refers to herself as a “communications generalist,” did not start her career at Well Done Marketing. After earning a degree in journalism, she almost immediately went to the “dark side,” and worked in a variety of public relations positions. When her political candidate/employer lost an election, Lisa started her own PR firm . . . which grew until she had a choice, she either had to start saying “no” or add employees. She met with an old friend, Ken Honeywell, to ask him to mentor her and help her grow to the next level. But Ken Honeywell had other ideas. He and a fellow freelance writer had started Well Done Marketing by outsourcing their services to other agencies. As they grew, they added visual and strategic skills and data management. Now, Ken wanted to add public relations to his firm's offerings. He brought Lisa on board to add PR and with the intention of grooming her to take over the agency's leadership as he started his 5- to 8-year journey toward retirement. Six years in, Lisa understands the culture, knows where the agency excels and has developed her vision for the agency's future. Ken will be retiring at the end of the year. Lisa says the hardest part for her in stepping into the role of president has been giving up day-to-day client interaction. Her focus now is on agency-level problems and issues, expanding the agency from a regional to a national “marketing force,” and making it a legacy that lives beyond this transition in leadership. Lisa is available on her agency's website at Welldonemarketing.com. Transcript Follows: ROB: Welcome to the Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast. I'm your host, Rob Kischuk, and I'm joined today by Lisa Vielee, President at Well Done Marketing based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Welcome to the podcast, Lisa. LISA: Thanks, Rob. It's good to be here. ROB: It's excellent to have you here. Why don't you give us an introduction to Well Done Marketing and what you do that is so well done? LISA: Well Done Marketing is a 15-year shop here in Indianapolis. We're a full-service marketing agency. We like to say that if it's strategic, creative, or technical, we probably do it. That's everything from design, branding, content marketing, public relations, digital strategy. Also, kind of unusual for an agency our size as a small/mid-size agency, we have a full web development team. So we can go straight from web design to UX, UI, and development, testing, and then ongoing maintenance for our clients, which is really great because sometimes that handoff from design to development can be a little rocky and some things can get lost in translation. That's part of the reason why we brought it in-house. For the most part, unless it's traditional media buying, you can find it here at Well Done. ROB: That's an interesting evolution, because for a time – and this may be part of your transition – web development used to be kind of one-and-done. It seems to me now that a website is never really done and needs to be adjusted alongside everything else that's going on with the brand. LISA: Absolutely. Websites have gone from brochures online to really more of a customer experience. It's the first thing people see and learn about your company, so keeping that content fresh has really evolved from being just updating blog posts to updating everything on your site and making sure it aligns with what the customer wants. The customer journey is paramount, and I think that's where having data and content and having that come together makes a lot of sense, and being able to change that in real time helps us as an agency, and we think helps our clients be really competitive in the market. ROB: Right. It turns it from this big event into just part of the cadence. I totally understand that. Can you maybe give us a picture through the lens of a particular client? What's a walk-through of a typical-ish client engagement for you? Who are you working with? What are the touchpoints? LISA: For any advertising agency, there's probably no such thing as a “typical” client. The clients that we love to work with are the clients that come to us with an overall problem to be solved. It used to be that was always an agency of record, but now it tends to be a project comes in and they recognize that marketing partners such as ourselves can help them do more than put a piece of content or an advertising campaign together. One of our philosophies is to not just focus on the initial creative strategy, but to really take a step back whenever we can and focus on the marketing strategy. That's really more aligned with business goals and brand goals, whereas a campaign – creative strategy tends to live in that campaign, that short term. For a lot of our clients, they'll come to us for a project and then find that we're asking questions and going outside of our lane, giving advice to them that goes beyond the campaign. Even if they don't continue with us, our hope is that we can help that marketing person or that marketing director really understand why they need a seat at the table in the C-suite, and that marketing is really more than just distribution channels and the 4 Ps. ROB: Right. As you talk about the range of services that you work with clients on, how are you then structuring the client engagement and the team around them? How are you establishing the primary point of contact and how do you bring people to the team around them? What's that structure look like? LISA: We have dedicated service managers responsible for all of our clients. They're the primary point of contact. Then we bring in people as needed. Again, as a small independent agency, we can be a little more nimble. We can maximize budgets that way. So we'll tell clients, with the exception of the initial kick-off meeting, where you want everybody at the table – other than that, you will see people when you need them at whatever stage of the process you're in. That account manager's responsibility is not only to represent our team for the client, but also to represent the client internally. ROB: It's such a key relationship and it's always interesting to think about how to structure it, because it's really make or break. There's a lot of stake there in that role. LISA: There absolutely is. A lot of agencies get started with the trifecta. You've got a creative person, a writer, a designer, and an account service person. For us, that's not really how we started. Our two founders were both freelancers, so they started with this loose coalition of freelancers. The two people were writers, and they started an agency based on providing good content. Their first clients were typically other agencies. Along the way, our founder decided that we could do more, that it really was about how he and his partner were thinking as well as the content that came out of it. So as the agency evolved, we found it made sense to show how that thinking works visually, strategically, through buys, through data management, and ultimately – my background's in PR, so also in how we were communicating to different stakeholders. ROB: Absolutely. I think you bring us to an important part of the conversation. You mentioned the founders of the firm, you mentioned those older parts. You've taken us through a little bit of the origin story, but let's talk about your journey into the firm, what you were up to before, and what it looked like to dive into Well Done, and now you're the president. LISA: I am a proud communications generalist. I graduated with a degree in journalism, went over to the dark side and started working in public relations almost immediately, and over the course of my career, I've worked in internationally recognized nonprofits; I've done a stint in two or three different agencies of different sizes. I worked in state government, and then, as is typically the case in government, eventually your candidate loses. When my candidate lost, I took some time to think about what I wanted to do and how I wanted to balance my work and life. I decided to hang my own shingle. You get to a point as a freelancer where you have to decide if you're going to start saying no to preserve your own sanity or if you're going to add people. I have trouble saying no, so I started adding additional people. Ken Honeywell, our founder, and I have known each other forever. Indianapolis is known as one of those “small town” big cities. Everybody seems to know everybody, and in the marketing and advertising space, we all have tended to work with each other or for each other. So Ken and I have known each other for years. We came to a point where I actually asked him to go to lunch because I wanted to ask him how to take the next step. I was under five employees; he at the time had about 20, and I wanted to ask him to be my mentor and really help me grow. It was a fun conversation because his answer was, “Well, sure, I'd be happy to help you, but I was hoping we could take this conversation in a different direction. I think we need to add PR, and why don't you come on board? And oh, by the way, I think you'd be a great successor and a great leader for Well Done.” Really, it was one of those I was looking through a door and he opened the window, and we started having that conversation. From the beginning, we were very intentional about not only how to add that service line and that different way of approaching a customer's communication needs, but also how we were going to approach the internal management of the agency. The staff immediately knew that it was a sign that Ken was going to retire. We always said it was a 5- to 8-year journey so that I could learn the culture, I could really come in and understand where we did our best work and what that meant, and also put my vision together for the second generation of leadership. And now here we are 6 years later, and it's bittersweet because Ken is retiring at the end of the year, but everyone is ready. Not ready as in “Get out of here,” but ready in terms of we know where we've been, where we're going, how our story is evolving. ROB: What I'm hearing you say is first day in the door, you were going from around five people in your organization to maybe around 30 or so? What was that jump in responsibility? LISA: Yeah, I was employee #24. In the last few years, we've added people. I think we're now at mid-30s. I'd like to think that bringing my company in was a good addition because we've been able to add clients and add people. But the other thing that I've realized, again, as that communications generalist, is I was well-positioned to understand the agency from a business perspective. A lot of agencies that are started the way ours started don't necessarily have the greatest business structure. I take this role of president really seriously in that I've given up being involved on the day-to-day – which was really, really hard. That was probably my biggest challenge at first. I didn't want to give up that day-to-day client interaction and being involved in solving their problems. It took me a couple of years, but I realized after time that my job was to solve the problems and issues of the agency and working on the agency. That's really set us up for success going forward because my leadership team, we have big dreams. We want to grow from a regional company to a more nationally recognized agency. And having someone at the helm of that is a really important part to making that happen. ROB: Was that the hardest part to let go of? The last responsibility you wanted to give up was working directly with the clients, then? LISA: It's been a 5-year journey. To be fully transparent, I am turning over the reins for my last client next month. ROB: That's progress, right? I think you highlight a neat opportunity for the entire services industry. There's seemingly always room for the next wave of companies to rise up from nothing to regional player to national player. Some of them get bought along the way and some of them stand strong. It's a great journey to be on. LISA: Yeah, I think so. It's exciting, for sure. In my experience, from the places where I've worked, a lot of agencies, especially in the Midwest – we're very humble people. It's kind of scary to share that big goal. But again, to have a founder who is so willing to help his baby get to the next step and bring on someone that can really make it become a legacy – because that's the other thing. Agencies tend to come and go as the founders come and go. It's been a real gift to have this opportunity to really work with our leadership team and envision where we want to go and make it something that can be a legacy for our founder. ROB: When you start to think about growth, there's lots of struggles, but there's a couple that constantly come into play. It's sales and execution in the services business overall. I think one of the hardest things to get predictable for an agency can be seeing a lane to predictable growth beyond – I think sometimes we just feel like we luck into business, we get referrals, we grow organically. How have you thought about scaling growth? I think that can be very intimidating. LISA: That's an interesting question, because we've tried several different models for that. We have had a couple of new business directors and have found – and maybe it's just my poor hiring, but we've had people that are great networkers and can open doors, but are not salesmen, and we've had people that are great salespeople but don't necessarily understand the agency business. We have now made business development a responsibility of our accounts team and really have encouraged anyone that has that dream client or that industry that they bring some expertise or they want to grow in, to bring that to the table, and we'll start looking for connections. I might be dating myself here, but it's a little bit like seven degrees of Kevin Bacon. Eventually we sit down and realize that there's no such thing as a cold lead. ROB: Right. What I hear you saying is that the accounts team function in an opportunity identification mode, and then it's more of a team sport after that. LISA: Yeah, it is. Let me take a step back. New business comes in in one of three ways. We've mentioned referrals; that's always a primary source, especially from clients who believe in what you do and think you're a good partner. There's always the dreaded RFP process. [laughs] It's a necessary evil of our business and can result in really good work. Then the third piece is that outbound sales. I think this is a place where ecommerce, SaaS companies – obviously, you get into the retail and consumer market, people do really well. But professional services tend to have a struggle in carving out time for that. I think that's the difference. That's where the lead really happens for a small agency to become more of a mid-size regional player: by recognizing that you have to sell yourself a little bit as well and go after some of those big fish. For a long time, we talked about how we were punching above our weight class. I've really challenged our team to start thinking, maybe we're in our weight class. Let's just punch where we are because we can do the work and we bring a special kind of strategy and thinking to the table that helps distinguish us from some of our larger competitors who may have scaled to such a size that the process is there, and it works for their clients, but we're a little bit scrappier. ROB: Right. There's an extent to which I think unless an organization is very intentional about seeking a particular size of opportunity – I know very small consultancies that pursue very large clients, and we've talked to a couple of agencies on the podcast that are 800 people and they're working with local plumbers. Those are the exceptions. Everything else seems like, to an extent, the right size opportunity ends up matching your speed. I can't quite explain the serendipity of it, but it seems the size of opportunity comes to you when you're ready for it, to an extent. LISA: Yeah, I completely agree. Serendipity is a great word. I have always referred to it as karma. One of the things any company has to do, in my opinion, as they grow is have the ability to say no. That's the local plumber thing. It's really hard to say no to business, especially – we're a 15-year agency; we lived through the recession. We're currently living through COVID, and third and fourth generation of COVID. There's a tendency to just take any work as it comes. I'm a firm believer that if you say “No, thank you” with a referral – “Let me hook you up with someone that might be a better fit” – that's karmic, and people remember that. They remember that you're good people, and when the time is right, that's going to come back around and it's going to serve you. ROB: Something I think you alluded to when you mentioned the SaaS companies, the startups, the software companies – it seems that sometimes service companies, agencies, will try to borrow maybe a little bit too much from those playbooks, and in the process they'll try to act like a SaaS company that's trying to sell $500 a month widgets, which is never going to feed the business sufficiently. How have you thought about the right granularity of sales? It sounds like by surfacing the leads through a thoughtful process with the team, you're avoiding this kind of “Let's blast the universe and everyone who could be our customer.” LISA: You couldn't have said it better. On my drive in to work, I listen to marketing podcasts much like this one, and I wish I could remember where I heard it so I could attribute it correctly, but I heard someone talk about issuing a challenge to agencies to decide where they live on a continuum. Are you an agency that makes things, or are you an agency that thinks things? So a true consultancy, which has become a bad word, or that widget-maker? I like to think Well Done leans more to the thinking things side. We're not a good fit for people that need widgets. We're going to be too expensive, or our process is going to be too frontloaded, or frankly you're going to get frustrated because we are interested in creating your brochure or your website. We're really interested in understanding not only how to find a solution for your problem, but why is your problem a problem? So we tend to really look at context as well as content. Our model is very audience-centric, and that means our client – we get that our clients have 1,000 things to think about. For us, we're thinking about them 100% of the time we're working on the account, but for them, our work is only a part of it. If we can ask smart questions, help them consider things outside of our little part of it, and take some of that off their plate simply by understanding the context in which they're working, then for us, that's really when we're successful at our job. ROB: That makes sense. You're going to naturally match pace with some of those clients that look like where you are as an organization and where you're comfortable. In the startup world, they talk about – not that we're hunting animals; people won't like that metaphor – but the question, are you hunting rabbits or deer or elephants? You need to know, because those tasks all take specific tools, specific teams, specific tactics, and you're going to have to build the whole organization around it. Or you're just going to wait around and see what falls into the trap, I guess might be the metaphor. [laughs] LISA: [laughs] And it requires some strength of character as an organization as well. When you hunt elephants, that's a longer play. It takes more people. You've got to see the elephant from every side, and there's some risk involved with that. So it's building some of that internal trust that this is going to be the right fit for us; this is going to fit our mission. For Well Done, our mission is to do good in the world and work with clients who are doing good in the world. That's not a fit for everybody. Yeah, sure, we could – what's the other analogy? – shoot fish in a barrel, as long as we're on the hunting theme here. You could shoot fish in a barrel and get all of those little projects pretty easily, but it doesn't help an agency grow, and frankly, in my experience, I don't think it is satisfying for people that really have a passion for this industry. ROB: Lisa, as you reflect on your tenure with Well Done, but also leading into that, what are some lessons you've learned along the way that you might want to go back and tell yourself to do things a little bit differently if you were starting over? LISA: Some of it is really personal to me and my personality, so I'm not sure how helpful this'll be, but all the personality tests I've taken, I'm a driver, I'm a high D, Type A. One of the things I've learned along the way is the bull in a china shop method is really not effective. It really, really is not effective. It really is about listening and learning and creating a culture of mentorship. Up, down, sideways, we all have something that we can teach one another. I think when I stopped moving and sat and observed this agency – and that was really a gift, to have that time to do that – that was when I recognized that the sum is greater than the parts. I know it sounds kind of cliché to say that, but you've got to focus on people as well as profits. I get a lot of questions from our team about “How big is big enough? How large are we going to grow?” It's really hard to put a concrete number to that for someone like me. It really is about we will be too big when we can't focus on our people and also maintain a profit that allows us to grow. That's the best answer I can give. That's when I'll know that we've grown too large: when our culture and our mission start to suffer. ROB: That is so much the answer that I think is hard to learn and hard to articulate. Start with the mission. What is the mission? We actually had a situation where our team said, “We're too small to be the partner that we want to be for clients right now in every respect.” But that's part of the goal of the mission: to have a place to go to. If you're not doing it anymore, then you realize you're not on the mission and it's too big. LISA: That's really interesting. I know several companies here locally that have actually decided to downsize because they weren't able to provide what they felt was best. I applaud that. I'm at a stage in my career where it's really important to me to start giving back to younger professionals, and one of the things I tell the people that I mentor is to really understand how you define success. Success doesn't have to be creating a company that gets bought and you're suddenly a millionaire. For some people, that's exactly what success looks like. But for other people it really is having a tight, small team and staying in your lane and providing the service that is meaningful for you and allows that personal satisfaction. I think generationally, that is starting to change. I think the younger generation gets the fact that there needs to be some personal satisfaction and that the career ladder is not maybe as important as it used to be, and the focus on personal growth. That's something that, again, talking about listening, we try to understand as people come on board. What is your vision of success? What is your end goal? If you want to go from production designer to designer to art director to creative director, if we know that, we can help provide a better career for you and also know that you are interested in growing with us. But you know what? If you want to come in and do your job effectively, day in and day out, there is absolutely room for that as well, and we're going to try to keep you challenged. That's something as an industry I think marketing and advertising needs to come to terms with: people that just want to come and do a great job every day are still so valuable to the organization. ROB: Yeah, it's a very timely both challenge and opportunity. In this time, I think a lot of people have reconsidered what kind of role they want to do, and when and where. People who want to max out compensation can play that game, and some people who want to do meaningful work can play that game, but they might want to do it differently from how they were doing it let's say two years ago. LISA: Yeah, it's a totally different way to think about business, and that can be a challenge, to be that kind of flexible organization. And again, there are very large agencies that are doing it really well. It just depends on where you want to go and what your definition of success is. But I think to your point, it also is really important that we change the business mindset to fit the people that are coming into it. ROB: Lisa, when people want to find you and connect with you and Well Done Marketing, where should they go to track you down? LISA: Well, they'd better go to the web, because I just said that's where everybody starts. [laughs] The nice thing about our name is it's really searchable. Welldonemarketing.com is our address. If you're in Indianapolis, we say our door is always open. We're right next to a Mexican restaurant with great margaritas, so you can come and see us too. ROB: That's wonderful. I do recommend a visit to Indianapolis. I've enjoyed some time there, for certain. Thank you so much, Lisa, for coming on the podcast and sharing your journey and the story of Well Done. LISA: Thanks, Rob. It's been a really great discussion. ROB: Be well. Thank you. Thank you for listening. The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast is presented by Converge. Converge helps digital marketing agencies and brands automate their reporting so they can be more profitable, accurate, and responsive. To learn more about how Converge can automate your marketing reporting, email email@example.com, or visit us on the web at convergehq.com.
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It's spooky season, so the gang is spending the next couple of weeks discussing spooky Star Wars specials! In this episode we chat about the limited comic run Star Wars Adventure: Ghosts of Vader castle issues 1 & 2, and we also give our thoughts on the first three episodes of Star Wars Visions - the anime limited series on Disney+. Send us your thoughts about the show, or Star Wars in general. Send us your sidekick grading scale, and we will read it on the show. You can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter, at @rebelsrebelspod, or email the show at RebelsRebelsPod@gmail.com. Subscribe on any app, or connect with us on all social media by visiting http://smarturl.it/rebelsrebels. Our new theme music is by Peter's band, Sore Thumb. Hear all their music and get more info at www.sorethumbband.com
Welcome to Triad of the Force's Visions Reviews! Join Gus, Moe, & Nani on their limited series, covering all things Visions. On today's Visions Review, the gang reviews and analyzes the third episode of Visions: The Twins. • • • Triad of the Force is a channel featuring Nani, Gus, and Moe, three lifelong Puerto Rican friends who after years of discussing the media they love, have finally come together and created their show. Triad of the Force focuses their discussions on Star Wars, but their love for media spans everything from sci-fi, fantasy, CBMs, and beyond. From films to TV, from books to comic books, Triad of the Force looks at all media critically, from a Latine/x perspective. Joins us! Follow Triad Of The Force at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TriadOfTheForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/triadoftheforce/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TriadoftheForce/ If you like us, get some merch and help the channel: TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/triad-of-the-force
0:00 Intro 4:14 Overview of Visions 16:21 The Duel 20:36 Tatooine Rhapsody 27:35 Our Top Faves 32:08 The Ninth Jedi 35:53 TO-B1 41:29 The Elder 44:06 Lop and Ocho 46:40 Akakiri 47:40 Our Summary 51:17 Surprise Question! Be aware this episode is full of ***SPOILERS*** ***SPOILERS*** ***SPOILERS*** So much to unpack as Royce and I discuss Star Wars Visions! We discuss our thoughts and feelings of the series overall before diving deep into several of the episodes. What did we love and what did we love maybe a little less? WHERE'S THE SOUNDTRACK?! And we discuss the importance of breaking out of the Star Wars box! Don't put Star Wars in a box! There's so much I loved about this series and the implications is has on the future of Star Wars storytelling. Good stories don't have to be Canon! And we shouldn't care so much about Canon! And I hate the word Canon! Although there are some episodes/some stuff that we loved less, our consensus was it's just worth watching! Give it a shot, there's something for everyone! Let us know what you thought of Visions! And let us know your answer to our surprise question! Twitter: @kryptonalderaan IG: @kryptontoalderaan Facebook: @kryptontoalderaan YouTube: Krypton to Alderaan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please, also share this show and leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening! It would really help us and help people find us! Thanks for listening! We would really like to know how people who are listening feel about the show so, if you could/want to, drop us a line on Twitter, Facebook, and/or Instagram, or at email@example.com. Give us a like, follow, comment, quick email, tweet, whatever and let us know how we're doing. We'd really appreciate the feedback and it would help us to understand this whole podcasting thing going forward. If you want to take it to the next level, leave us a review wherever you're listening to this.
Welcome back to Ahch-To Radio! In today's new episode, Alden welcomes Star Wars: Ronin author, Emma Mieko Candon! We're diving into the realm of Visions artistry by exploring how Emma wrote the novel, how her ancestry & personal journey play into Star Wars, and what elements of Japanese history were brought into the Star Wars galaxy. Plus, you'll find out more about the writing process with Lucasfilm, trusting your process as a creative, & understanding mythic templates. We had such a beautiful time talking to Emma! Follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and on her personal website here! And lastly, find this show @AhchToRadio on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and our new YouTube channel! And find Alden @AD_Strider on Twitter and @a.d.strider on Instagram! Ahch-To Radio is a Star Wars podcast feed fueled by the love of that galaxy far, far away. Creator/Host Alden Diaz dives into interviews, Star Wars origin stories, analyses, and more. It's all about the threads that make us connect with stories, and each other as fans. Plus, Ahch-To Radio is also home to our sister show, The Mandatorian Creed, hosted by Tori Fox! Tori explores various Star Wars topics with multipart breakdowns. And lastly, we also have our Star Wars Rebels rewatch show, A Rewatch Between Worlds, with Alden & Nicky Kumar! All shows that celebrate the ties that bind fans together.
Welcome to Force Toast: the After Dark edition. It's just like regular Force Toast, except… actually yeah it's just regular Force Toast.In Episode 66, hosts Alyce and Laura ponder* what mysteries lie beneath Neimoidians cloaks, get up to date on news and recap all the things! We have a release date for The Book of Boba Fett! Andor is done filming! Yay! Now give us a release date or a preview! Or something! Remind us again why it had to be called “jizz” music? Why not “jozz”? Or just literally any other word?In a surprise to no one, Laura is firmly on Team Put-Lucy-Lawless-in-Star-WarsHow necessary is season 3 for The Mandalorian? Turns out Disney+ Day is an actual thing. Respect, LRM. What do you think we'll see?The Ronin novel is out October 12! Why do we think they picked that episode of “Visions” to get its own expanded story? Please don't use anything said in this episode as an invitation to send us fish d;ck picsWe've got a full Recap on Tap segment for you! Spoiler tags: Star Wars Visions [29:00-37:40], The High Republic: Tempest Runner [38:00-57:00], and LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales [57:10-1:03:20]. Bloopers are BACK!Helpful links referenced in this episode:Laura's Round 1 match against Eric Whiteley in the Ultimate Schmoedown Star Wars Tournament is available now for your viewing pleasureLaura's appearance on From Birth to Schmoedown on the JCast NetworkTwitter: @forcetoastpod | @sLeiaAllDay | @ShutUp_LauraInstagram: @forcetoastpodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: forcetoastpod.com*This podcast contains a sh!t ton of profanity and boozin. You can find a bleeped version of this podcast absolutely nowhere. Cheers!
Kai-Fu Lee (@kaifulee) is an AI expert, CEO of Sinovation Ventures, former President of Google China, and co-author (with Chen Qiufan) of AI 2041: Ten Visions for Our Future. What We Discuss with Kai-Fu Lee: How AI will magnify the effects of the energy revolution, materials revolution, and life science revolution currently under way. How can we keep the data that trains AI to operate free from human and cultural biases and other inaccuracies? The four waves of AI and where we are on the path to truly autonomous AI that frees humans to do more worthwhile work. How human beings can avoid displacement when all the repetitive, soul-crushing tasks are being done by robots, and what society must do to keep this from widening the gap in economic inequality. How AI might be used to optimize the educational experience and make it engaging for every child by tailoring it to their individual interests. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/567 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!