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Pint Talking with The Brewer of Seville
Season 4: Episode 35 - Auburn Acres

Pint Talking with The Brewer of Seville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 92:27


This week I visited with Jeff and Shari Bailey at Auburn Acres Hop Farm in Auburn, Ohio. They started growing hops in a small section of their property for their home brews early on, and after 8 years they have grown it to 1 acre featuring hop varieties such as Triple Pearle, Vista, Chinook, and Triumph. During our sit down we talked about everything that is involved in running a hop farm including the prep work in the spring to post harvest. We also focused on their newly opened event space which is two barns joined together that date all the way back to the late 1800's. During the show we also got to sample some of the beer from local breweries that are using their hops. Beer Selection: ·       LOL (Akronym) – Lager 5.4% ·       Auburn Beaver Tail Ale ( Bummin Beaver Brewing) – Pale Ale 6.1% ·       Fire Cat (Crooked Pecker Brewing) IPA – 7.3% ·       Irish Stout (8th Day Brewing) Dry Irish Stout – 7.0%   You can find Auburn Acres Hop Farm on the web at https://auburnacres.net/ and on IG @auburnacresohio and FB @auburnacres.     Check out the BOS Recommends section of the website for my latest product recommendations. These are all products that I use or have had recommended to me. https://www.thebrewerofseville.com/bos-recommends Support the show by doing your Amazon shopping through our affiliate link. Just click the link here or on my website and do your shopping as you would normally. With every purchase you make using the link the podcast gets a little commission kick back. https://www.amazon.com?&linkCode=ll2&tag=thebrewerof0f-20&linkId=508b80c5f61935cee690c0e883386653&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl Please consider becoming a member of the Pint Club by visiting my Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/PintTalkingPintClub There are three tier levels and when you join the Pint Club you will get an opportunity to win a six pack of Ohio beer that is shipped by Brew Pigeon https://brewpigeon.com You will also get a few coupon codes, a Pint Talking Sticker, and you'll also get the early released ad free version of this show. Don't forget to visit my website at https://www.thebrewerofseville.com/ to catch up on old episodes and visit the newly renovated BOS swag store. I have added several new colors and styles of Tees and Hoodies. Make sure you check out our friends at Wrecking Crew Brew Works on the web at https://www.wreckingcrewbrewworks.com/ and follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Wreckingcrewbrewworks and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wreckingcrewbrewworks Check out our other sponsors: North East Ohio Craft Brewery News – Check out one of the best sources for craft beer news in Northeast Ohio. You can also find them on Facebook at @ NEOCBN. https://neocraftbrewerynews.com/?fbclid=IwAR1W2i4nKp2fCO0jpQEnZE0ekO8oRYRbK8u6hI16wek8T2CGUvWntZ_FWKo Join the American Homebrewers Association and get access to hundreds of award-winning recipes as well as countless informative articles. Follow this link and use the code PintTalking for $5 off your membership. https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/support-the-aha/?promo=the-Brewer-of-Seville. Shirts on Tap at https://shirtsontap.com/ and use the code rq7szr  For $10 off your first order.

Notizie a colazione
Mer 20 set | Il discorso di Zelensky all'Onu; il passo indietro del governo sul tetto ai prezzi dei biglietti aerei; i dati economici in vista della Legge di bilancio

Notizie a colazione

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 12:51


Oggi parliamo del discorso di Zelensky all'Onu, del passo indietro del governo sul tetto ai prezzi dei biglietti aerei e dei dati economici in vista della Legge di bilancio. ... Qui gli altri podcast di Class Editori: https://milanofinanza.it/podcast Per iscriverti al canale Telegram: https://t.me/notizieacolazione Musica https://www.bensound.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Insider Travel Report Podcast
What Oceania Cruises' President Has Planned for His Fleet

The Insider Travel Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2023 6:22


Frank A. Del Rio, who was named president of Oceania Cruises last December, talks with Alan Fine of Insider Travel Report about Vista, the line's first new ship in 12 years, future ships and existing ship upgrades. He also details Oceania's place in the industry and how it offers understated elegance in the upper premium category. Del Rio also discusses Oceania's Simply More all-inclusive packages, which include free Wi-Fi on two devices per guest starting in October, as well as the future of Vista, which will feature a world cruise in 2026. For more information, visit www.OceaniaCruises.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.

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Screaming in the Cloud
The Complex World of Microsoft Licensing with Wes Miller

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2023 37:11


Wes Miller, Research VP at Directions on Microsoft, joins Corey on Screaming in the Cloud to discuss the various intricacies and pitfalls of Microsoft licensing. Wes and Corey discuss what it's like to work closely with a company like Microsoft in your day-to-day career, while also looking out for the best interest of your mutual customers. Wes explains his history of working both at and with Microsoft, and the changes he's seen to their business models and the impact that has on their customers. About WesWes Miller analyzes and writes about Microsoft security, identity, and systems management technologies, as well as Microsoft product licensing.Before joining Directions on Microsoft in 2010, Wes was a product manager and development manager for several Austin, TX, start-ups, including Winternals Software, acquired by Microsoft in 2006. Prior to that, Wes spent seven years at Microsoft working as a program manager in the Windows Core Operating System and MSN divisions.Wes received a B.A. in psychology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.Links Referenced: Directions on Microsoft Website: https://www.directionsonmicrosoft.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/getwired LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wmiller/ Directions on Microsoft Training: https://www.directionsonmicrosoft.com/training 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: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud, I'm Corey Quinn. So, I write a newsletter called Last Week in AWS, which has always felt like it's flying a little bit too close to the sun just because having AWSes name in the title of what I do feels like it's playing with copyright fire. It's nice periodically to talk to someone—again—who is in a similar boat. Wes Miller is a Research VP at Directions on Microsoft. To be clear, Directions on Microsoft is an analyst firm that talks primarily about Microsoft licensing and is not, in fact, part of Microsoft itself. Have I disclaimed that appropriately, Wes?Wes: You have. You have. And in fact, the company, when it was first born, was actually called Microsoft Directions. And they had a reasonably good relationship with Microsoft at the time and Microsoft cordially asked them, “Hey, could you at least reverse that so it corrects it in terms of trademark.” So yes, we're blessed in that regard. Something you probably would never get away with now, but that was 30 years ago.Corey: [laugh]. And now it sounds like it might as well be a product. So, I have to ask, just because the way I think of you is, you are the folks to talk to, full stop, when you have a question about anything that touches on Microsoft licensing. Is that an accurate depiction of what it is you folks do or is that just my particular corner of the world and strange equivalence that gets me there?Wes: That is our parts of the Venn diagram intersecting because that's what I spend a lot of time talking about and thinking about because I teach that with our company founder, Rob Horwitz. But we also spend an inordinate amount of time taking what Microsoft is talking about shipping, maybe servicing, and help customers understand really, as we say, the ‘So, what?' What does this mean to me as a customer? Should I be using this? Should I be waiting? Should I upgrade? Should I stay? Those sorts of things.So, there's a whole roadmapping side. And then we have a [laugh]—because licensing doesn't end with a license, we have a whole side of negotiation that we spend a lot of time, we have a dedicated team that focuses on helping enterprise agreement customers get the most successful deal for their organization, basically, every three years.Corey: We do exactly that with AWS ourselves. I have to ask before we dive into this. In the early days, I felt like I had a much better relationship with Microsoft. Scott Guthrie, the head of Azure, was on this show. A number of very highly placed Microsoft folks were here. And over the years, they more or less have stopped talking to me.And that leaves me in a position where all I can see is their actions and their broad public statements without getting any nuance or context around any of it. And I don't know if this is just a commentary on human nature or me in particular, but I tend to always assume the worst when things like that happen. So, my approach to Microsoft has grown increasingly cynical over the years as a result. That said, I don't actually have an axe to grind with them from any other perspective than as a customer, and occasionally that feels like ‘victim' for a variety of different things. What's your take on Microsoft as far as, I guess, your feelings toward the company?Wes: So, a lot of people—in fact, it used to be more so, but not as much anymore, people would assume I hate Microsoft or I want to demonize Microsoft. But the irony actually is, you know, I want people to remember I worked there for seven-and-a-half years, I shipped—I was on the team that shipped Windows XP, Server 2003, and a bunch of other products that people don't remember. And I still care about the company, but the company and I are obviously in different trajectories now. And also, my company's customers today are also Microsoft's customers today, and we actually have—our customers—our mutual customers—best interest in mind with basically everything we do. Are we helping them be informed? Are we helping them color within the financial lines?And sometimes, we may say things that help a customer that aren't helping the bottom line or helping a marketing direction and I don't think that resonates well within Microsoft. So sure, sometimes we even hear from them, “Hey, it'd be great if you guys might want to, you know, say something nice once in a while.” But it's not necessarily our job to say nice things. I do it once in a while. I want to note that I said something nice about AAD last week, but the reality is that we are there to help our mutual customers.And what I found is, I have found the same thing to be true that you're finding true that, unfortunately, outbound communications from them, in particular from the whole company, have slowed. I think everybody's busier, they've got a very specific set of directions they're going on things, and as a result, we hear very little. And even getting, trying to get clarification on things sometimes, “Did we read that right?” It takes a while, and it has to go through several different rungs of people to get the answer.Corey: I have somewhat similar relationships over the years with AWS, where they—in many cases, a lot of their executives prefer not to talk to me at all. Which again, is fair. I'm not—I don't require any of them to do it. But there's something in the Amazonian ethos that requires them to talk to customers, especially when customers are having a rough time. And I'm, for better or worse, the voice of the customer.I am usually not the dumbest person in the universe when it comes to trying to understand a service or make it do something that, to me, it seems that it should be able to do. And when I actually start having in-depth conversations, people are surprised. “Wow, you were super pleasant and fun to work with. We thought you were just going to be a jerk.” It's, yeah, it turns out I don't go through every meeting like it's Twitter. What a concept.Wes: Yeah, a lot of people, I've had this happen for myself when you meet people in person, when they meet your Twitter persona, especially for someone who I think you and I both come across as rather boisterous, gregarious, and sometimes people take that as our personas. And I remember meeting a friend in the UK for the first time years ago, he's like, “You're very different in person.” I'm like, “I know. I know.”Corey: I usually get the, “You're just like Twitter.” In many respects, I am. Because people don't always see what I'm putting down. I make it a point to be humorous and I have a quick quip for a lot of things, but it's never trying to make the person I'm engaging with feel worse for it. And that's how I work.People are somewhat surprised when I'm working in client meetings that I'm fun and I have a similar sense of humor and personality, as you would see on Twitter. Believe it or not, I haven't spent all this time just doing a bit. But they're also surprised that it tends to drive toward an actual business discussion.Wes: Sure.Corey: Everything fun is contextual.Wes: Absolutely. That's the same sort of thing we get on our side when we talk to customers. I think I've learned so much from talking with them that sometimes I do get to share those things with Microsoft when they're willing to listen.Corey: So, what I'm curious about in the context of Microsoft licensing is something that, once again, it has intruded upon my notice lately with a bunch of security disclosures in which Microsoft has said remarkably little, and that is one of the most concerning things out there. They casually tried to slide past, “Oh, yeah, we had a signing key compromised.” Which is one of those, “Oh, [laugh] and by the way, the building's on fire. But let's talk about our rent [unintelligible 00:07:44] for the next year.” Like, “Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on. What?”That was one of those horrifying moments. And it came out—I believe I learned about this from you—that you needed something called E3 licensing—sorry, E5 licensing—in order to look at those audit logs, where versus E3, which sounded like the more common case. And after a couple of days of, “Explain this,” Microsoft very quickly wound up changing that. What do all these things mean? This is sort of a foreign concept to me because AWS, for better or worse, does not play games with licensing in the same way that Microsoft does.Wes: Sure. Microsoft has, over the years, you know, they are a master of building suites. This is what they've done for over 30 years. And they will build a suite, they'll sell you that suite, they'll come back around in three to six years and sell you a new version of that suite. Sometimes they'll sell you a higher price version of that suite, et cetera.And so, you'll see products evolve. And did a great podcast with my colleagues Rob and Mary Jo Foley the other day where we talked about what we've seen over the last, now for me, 11 years of teaching boot camps. And I think in particular, one of the changes we have seen is exactly what you're being exposed to on the outside and what a lot of people have been complaining about, which is, products don't sit still anymore. So, Microsoft actually makes very few products today. Almost everything they sell you is a service. There are a handful of products still.These services all evolve, and about every triennium or two—so every three to six years—you'll see a price increase and something will be added, and a price increase and something will be added. And so, all this began with the BPOS, the first version of Office 365, which became Office 365 E3, then Microsoft 365 E3 then Microsoft 365 E5. And for people who aren't in the know, basically, that means they went from Office as a subscription to Office, Windows, and a bunch of management tools as a subscription, to E5, basically, it took all of the security and compliance tools that many of us feel should have been baked into the fundamentals, into E3, the thing that everybody buys, what I refer to still today as the hero SKU and those security and compliance fundamentals should have been baked in. But no, in fact, a lot of customers when this AAD issue came out—and I think a lot discovered this ad hoc for the same reason, “Hey, we've been owned, how far back in the logs can we look?” And the answer is, you know, no farther than 90 days, a lot of customers hit that reality of, what do you mean we didn't pay for the premium thing that has all the logging that we need?Corey: Since you sat on this for eight months before mentioning it to us? Yeah.Wes: Exactly, exactly. And it's buried. And it's one of those things that, like, when we teach the licensing boot camp, I specifically call out because of my security background, it's an area of focus and interest to me. I call out to customers that a lot of the stuff we've been showing you has not questionable valuable, but kind of squishy value.This piece right here, this is both about security and compliance. Don't cheap out. If you're going to buy anything, buy this because you're going to need it later. And I've been saying that for, like, three years, but obviously only the people who were in the boot camp would hear that and then shake their head;, “Why does it have to be this difficult?” But yeah. Everything becomes a revenue opportunity if it's a potential to upsell somebody for the next tier.Corey: The couple of times I've been asked to look at Azure bills, I backed away slowly as soon as I do, just because so much of it is tied to licensing and areas that are very much outside of my wheelhouse. Because I view, in the cloud context, that cost and architecture tend to be one of the same. But when you bolt an entire layer of seat licensing and what this means for your desktop operating systems on as well as the actual cloud architecture, it gets incredibly confusing incredibly quickly. And architectural advice of the type that I give to AWS customers and would give to GCP customers is absolutely going to be harmful in many respects.I just don't know what I don't know and it's not an area that interests me, as far as learning that competency, just to jump through hoops. I mean, I frankly used to be a small business Windows admin, with the products that you talked about, back when XP and Server 2003 and a few others, I sort of ruled the roost. But I got so tired of surprise audit-style work. It felt like busy work that wasn't advancing what I was trying to get done in any meaningful way that, in a fit of rage, one day, I wound up exploring the whole Unix side of the world in 2006 and never went back.Wes: [whispering] That's how it happened.Corey: Yep.Wes: It's unfortunate that it's become so commonplace, but when Vista kind of stalled out and they started exploring other revenue opportunities, you have Vista Ultimate Enterprise, all the crazy SKUing that Vista had, I think it sort of created a mindset within the company that this is what we have to do in order to keep growing revenue up and to the right, and you know, shareholder value be the most important thing, that's what you've got to do. I agree entirely, though, the biggest challenge I could see for someone coming into our space is the fact that yes, you've got to understand Azure, Azure architecture, development architecture, and then as soon as you feel like you understand that, somebody comes along and says, “Well, yeah, but because we have an EA, we have to do it this way or we only get a discount on this thing.” And yeah, it just makes things more cumbersome. And I think that's why we still see a lot of customers who come to our boot camps who are still very dedicated AWS customers because that's where they were, and it's easier in many regards, and they just want to go with what they know.Corey: And I think that that's probably fair. I think that there is an evolution that grows here that I think catches folks by surprise. I'm fortunate in that my Microsoft involvement, if we set things like GitHub aside because I like them quite a bit and my Azure stuff as well—which is still small enough to fit in the free tier, given that I use it for one very specific, very useful thing—but the rest of it is simply seat licenses for Office 365 for my team. And I just tend to buy the retail-priced one on the internet that's licensed for business use, and I don't really think about it again. Because I don't need, as you say, in-depth audit logs for Microsoft Word. I really don't. I'm sorry, but I have a hard time believing that that's true. But something that immediately crops up when you say this is when you talk about E3 versus E5 licensing, is that organization-wide or is that on a per-seat basis?Wes: It's even worse than that. It usually comes down to per-user licensing. The whole world used to be per device licensing in Microsoft and it switched to per user when they subscript-ified everything—that's a word I made up a while ago—so when they subscript-ified everything, they changed it over to per user. And for better or worse, today, you could—there's actually four different tiers of Microsoft 365. You could go for any one of those four for any distinct user.You could have one of them on F1, F3, E3, and E5. Now, if you do that, you create some other license non-compliance issues that we spend way too much time having to talk about during the boot camp, but the point is, you can buy to fit; it's not one-size-fits-all necessarily. But you run into, very rapidly, if you deploy E5 for some number of users because the products that are there, the security services and compliance services ironically don't do license compliance in most cases, customers can actually wind up creating new license compliance problems, thereby basically having to buy E5 for everybody. So, it's a bit of a trapdoor that customers are not often aware of when they initially step into dabbling in Microsoft 365 E5.Corey: When you take a look at this across the entire board, what is your guidance to customers? Because honestly, this feels like it is a full-time job. At scale, a full-time job for a department simply keeping up with all of the various Microsoft licensing requirements, and changes because, as you say, it's not static. And it just feels like an overwhelming amount of work that to my understanding, virtually no other vendor makes customers jump through. Sure there's Oracle, but that tends to be either in a database story or a per developer, or on rare occasions, per user when you build internal Java apps. But it's not as pervasive and as tricky as this unless I'm missing something.Wes: No, you're not. You're not missing anything. It's very true. It's interesting to think back over the years at the boot camp. There's names I've heard that I don't hear anymore in terms of companies that were as bad. But the reality is, you hear the names of the same software companies but, exactly to your point, they're all departmental. The people who make [Roxio 00:16:26] still, they're very departmentalized. Oracle, IBM, yeah, we hear about them still, but they are all absolutely very departmentalized.And Microsoft, I think one of the reason why we do get so many—for better or worse, for them—return visitors to our licensing boot camps that we do every two months, is for that exact reason, that some people have found they like outsourcing that part of at least trying to keep up with what's going on, what's the record? And so, they'll come back every two, three, or four years and get an update. And we try to keep them updated on, you know, how do I color within the lines? Should it be like this? No. But it is this way.In fact, it's funny, I think back, it was probably one of the first few boot camps I did with Rob. We were in New York and we had a very large customer who had gotten a personalized message from Microsoft talking about how they were going to simplify licensing. And we went to a cocktail hour afterwards, as we often do on the first day of the boot camp, to help people, you know, with the pain after a boot camp, and this gentleman asks us well, “So, what are you guys going to do once Microsoft simplifies licensing?” And Rob and I just, like, looked at each other, smiled, looked back at the guy, and laughed. We're like, “We will cross that bridge when we get to it.”Corey: Yeah, people ask us that question about AWS billing. What if they fix the billing system? Like, we should be so lucky to live that long.Wes: I have so many things I'd rather be doing. Yes.Corey: Mm-hm. Exactly. It's one of those areas where, “Well, what happens in a post-scarcity world?” Like, “I couldn't tell you. I can't even imagine what such a thing would look like.”Wes: Exactly [laugh]. Exactly.Corey: So, the last time we spoke way back, I think in 2019, Microsoft had wound up doing some unfortunate and fairly underhanded-appearing licensed changes, where it was more expensive to run a bunch of Microsoft things, such as server software, most notably SQL Server, on clouds that were not Azure. And then, because you know, you look up the word chutzpah in the dictionary, you'll find the Microsoft logo there in response, as part of the definition, they ran an advertising campaign saying that, oh, running many cloud workloads on Azure was five times cheaper than on AWS. As if they cracked some magic secret to cloud economics. Rather than no, we just decided to play dumb games that win worse prizes with cloud licensing. How did that play out?Wes: Well, so they made those changes in October of 2019, and I kind of wish they'd become a bigger deal. And I wish they'd become a bigger deal earlier so that things could have been, maybe, reversed when it was easier. But you're absolutely right. So, it—for those who don't know, it basically made licensing changes on only AWS, GCP, and Alibaba—who I never had anybody ask me about—but those three. It also added them for Azure, but then they created loopholes for themselves to make Azure actually get beneficial licensing, even better than you could get with any other cloud provider [sigh].So, the net takeaway is that every Microsoft product that matters—so traditionally, SQL Server, Windows Server, Windows client, and Office—is not impossible to use on AWS, but it is markedly more expensive. That's the first note. To your point, then they did do that marketing campaign that I know you and I probably had exchanges about at the time, and it drove me nuts as well because what they will classically do is when they tout the savings of running something on Azure, not only are they flouting the rules that they created, you know, they're basically gloating, “Look, we got a toy that they didn't,” but they're also often removing costs from the equation. So, for example, in order for you to get those discounts on Azure, you have to maintain what's called Software Assurance. You basically have to have a subscription by another name.If you don't have Software Assurance, those opportunities are not available to you. Fine. That's not my point. My point is this, that Software Assurance is basically 75% of the cost of the next version. So, it's not free, but if you look at those 5x claims that they made during that time frame, they actually were hand-waving and waving away the [assay 00:20:45] costs.So, if you actually sat down and did the math, the 5x number was a lie. It was not just very nice, but it was wrong, literally mathematically wrong. And from a—as my colleague likes to say, a ‘colors person,' not a numbers person like me, from a colors person like me, that's pretty bad. If I can see the error and your math, that's bad math.Corey: It just feels like it's one of those taxes on not knowing some of the intricacies of what the heck is going on in the world of Microsoft licensing. And I think every sufficiently complex vendor with, shall we say, non-trivial pricing dimensions, could be accused of the same thing. But it always felt particularly worrisome from the Microsoft perspective. Back in the days of BSA audits—which I don't know at all if they're still a thing or not because I got out of that space—every executive that I ever spoke to, in any company lived in fear of them, not because they were pirating software or had decided, “You know what? We have a corporate policy of now acting unethically when it comes to licensing software,” but because of the belief that no matter what they came up with or whatever good faith effort they made to remain compliant, of course, something was not going to work the way they thought it would and they were going to be smacked with a fine. Is that still the case?Wes: Absolutely. In fact, I think it's worse now than it ever was before. I will often say to customers that you are wildly uncompliant while also being wildly overcompliant because per your point about how broad and deep Microsoft is, there's so many products. Like, every company today, every company that has Project and Visio still in place today, that still pays for it, you are over-licensed. You have more of it than you need.That's just one example, but on the other side, SQL Server, odds are, every organization is subtly under-licensed because they think the rule is to do this, but the rules are actually more restrictive than they expect. So, and that's why Microsoft is, you know, the first place they look, the first rug they look under when they do walk in and do an audit, which they're entitled to do as a part of an organization's enterprise agreement. So BSA, I think they do still have those audits, but Microsoft now they have their own business that does that, or at least they have partners that do that for them. And places like SQL Server are the first places that they look.Why? Because it's big, found money, and because it's extremely hard to get right. So, there's a reason why, when we focus on our boot camps, we'll often tell people, you know, “Our goal is to save you enough money to pay for the class,” because there's so much money to be found in little mistakes that if you do a big thing wrong with Microsoft software, you could be wildly out of compliance and not know about it until Microsoft-or more likely, a Microsoft partner—points it out to you.Corey: It feels like it's an inevitability. And, on some level, it's the cost of doing business. But man, does that leave a sour taste in someone's mouth.Wes: Mm-hm. It absolutely does. It absolutely does. And I think—you know, I remember, gosh, was it Munich that was talking about, “We're going to switch to Linux,” and then they came back into the fold. I think the reality is, it absolutely does put a bad taste.And it doesn't leave customers with good hope for where they go from here. I mean, okay, fine. So, we got burned on that thing in the Microsoft 365 stack. Now, they want us to pay 30 bucks for Copilot for Microsoft 365. What? And we'd have no idea what they're even buying, so it's hard to give any kind of guidance. So, it's a weird time.Corey: I'm curious to see what the ultimate effect of this is going to be. Well, one thing I've noticed over the past decade and change—and I think everyone has as well—increasingly, the local operating system on people's laptops or desktops—or even phones, to some extent—is not what it once was. Increasingly, most of the tools that I find myself using on a daily basis are just web use or in a browser entirely. And that feels like it's an ongoing problem for a company like Microsoft when you look at it through the lens of OS. Which at some level, makes perfect sense why they would switch towards everything as a service. But it's depressing, too.Wes: Yeah. I think that's one of the reasons why, particularly after Steve left, they changed focus a lot and really begin focusing on Microsoft 365 as the platform, for better or worse. How do we make Microsoft 365 sticky? How do we make Office 365 sticky? And the thing about, like, the Microsoft 365 E5 security stuff we were talking about, it often doesn't matter what the user is accessing it through. The user could be accessing it only through a phone, they could be a frontline worker, they could be standing at a sales kiosk all day, they could be using Office every single day, or they could be an exec who's only got an iPad.The point is, you're in for a penny, in for a pound at that point that you'll still have to license the user. And so, Microsoft will recoup it either way. In some ways, they've learned to stop caring as much about, is everyone actively using our technology? And on the other side, with things like Teams, and as we're seeing very, very slowly, with the long-delayed Outlook here, you know, they're also trying to switch things to have that less Win32 surface that we're used to and focus more on the web as well. But I think that's a pretty fundamental change for Microsoft to try and take broadly and I don't anticipate, for example, Office will ever be fully replaced with a fat client like it has on Windows and the Mac OS.Corey: Yeah, part of me wonders what the future that all looks like because increasingly, it feels more than a little silly that I'm spending, like, all of this ever-increasing dollar figure on a per-seat basis every year for all of Microsoft 365. Because we don't use their email system. We don't use so much of what they offer. We need basically Word and Excel and once in a blue moon PowerPoint, I guess. But that's it. Our fundamental needs have not materially shifted since Office 2003. Other than the fact that everything uses different extensions now and there's, of course, the security story on top of it, too. We just need some fairly basic stuff.Wes: And I think that's the case for a lot of—I mean, we're the exact same way at Directions. And I think that's the case for a lot of small and even into mid-size companies. Microsoft has traditionally with the, like, Small Business Premium, they have an offering that they intentionally only scale up to 300 people. And sometimes they'll actually give you perks there that they wouldn't give away in the enterprise suite, so you arguably get more—if they let you have it, you get more than you would if you've got E5. On the other side, they've also begun, for enterprises, honing in on opportunities that they may have historically ignored.And when I was at Microsoft, you'd have an idea, like, “Hey, Bob. I got an idea. Can we try to make a new product?” He's like, “Okay, is it a billion-dollar business?” And you get waved away if it wasn't all a billion-dollar business. And I don't think that's the case anymore today, particularly if you can make the case, this thing I'm building makes Microsoft 365 sticky or makes Azure sticky. So, things like the Power Platform, which is subtly and slowly replacing Access at a minimum, but a lot of other tools.Power BI, which has come from behind. You know, people would look at it and say, “Oh, it's no Excel.” And now it, I think, far exceeds Excel for that type of user. And Copilot, as I talked about, you know, Microsoft is definitely trying to throw things in that are beyond Office, beyond what we think of as Microsoft. And why are they doing that? Because they're trying to make their platform more sticky. They're trying to put enough value in there so you need to subscribe for every user in your organization.And even things, as we call them, ‘Batteries not Included' like Copilot, that you're going to buy E5 and that you're still going to have to buy something else beyond that for some number of users. So, you may even have a picture in your head of how much it's going to cost, but it's like buying a BMW 5 Series; it's going to cost more than you think.Corey: I wish that there were a better path forward on this. Honestly, I wish that they would stop playing these games, let you know Azure compete head-to-head against AWS and let it win on some of its merits. To be clear, there are several that are great. You know, if they could get out of their own way from a security perspective, lately. But there seems to be a little appetite for that. Increasingly, it seems like even customers asking them questions tends to hit a wall until, you know, a sitting US senator screams at them on Twitter.Wes: Mm-hm. No, and then if you look carefully at—Microsoft is very good at pulling just enough off of the sweater without destroying the sweater. And for example, what they did, they gave enough away to potentially appease, but they didn't actually resolve the problem. They didn't say, “All right, everybody gets logging if they have Microsoft 365 E3,” or, “Everybody gets logging, period.” They basically said, “Here's the kind of logging you can get, and we're going to probably tweak it a little bit more in the future,” and they will not tweak it more in the future. If anything, they'll tighten it back up.This is very similar to the 2019 problem we talked about earlier, too, that you know, they began with one set of rules and they've had to revisit it a couple of times. And most of the time, when they've had an outcry, primarily from the EU, from smaller cloud providers in the EU who felt—justifiably—that Microsoft was being not—uncompetitive with Azure vis-à-vis every other cloud provider. Well, Microsoft turned around and last year changed the rules such that most of these smaller cloud providers get rules that are, ehh, similar to what Azure can provide. There are still exclusives that only Azure gets. So, what you have now is basically, if you're a customer, the best set and cheapest set is with Azure, then these smaller cloud providers give you a secondary—it's close to Azure, but still not quite as good. Then AWS, GCP, and Alibaba.So, the rules have been switched such that you have to know who you're going to in order to even know what the rules are and to know whether you can comply with those rules with the thing you want to build. And I find it most peculiar that, I believe it was the first of last month that Microsoft made the change that said, “You'll be able to run Office on AWS,” which was Amazon WorkSpaces, in particular. Which I think is huge and it's very important and I'm glad they made this change, but it's weird because it creates almost a fifth category because you can't run it anywhere else in Amazon, like if you were spinning something up in VMware on Amazon, but within Amazon WorkSpaces, you can. This is great because customers now can run Office for a fee. And it's a fee that's more than you'd pay if you were running the same thing on Microsoft's cloud.But it also was weird because let's say Google had something competitive in VDI, but they don't really, but if they had something competitive in VDI, now this is the benefit that Amazon has that's not quite as good as what Microsoft has, that Google doesn't get it at all. So, it's just weird. And it's all an attempt to hold… to both hold a market strategy and an attempt to grow market share where they're still behind. They are markedly behind in several areas. And I think the reality is, Amazon WorkSpaces is a really fine offering and a lot of customers use it.And we had a customer at our last in-person boot camp in Atlanta, and I was really impressed—she had been to one boot camp before, but I was really impressed at how much work she'd put into making sure we know, “We want to keep using Amazon WorkSpaces. We're very happy with it. We don't want to move anywhere else. Am I correct in understanding that this, this, this, and this? If we do these things will be aboveboard?” And so, she knew how much more she'd have to pay to stay on Amazon WorkSpaces, but it was that important to the company that they'd already bet the farm on the technology, and they didn't want to shift to somebody else that they didn't know.Corey: I'm wondering how many people have installed Office just through a standard Microsoft 365 subscription on a one-off Amazon WorkSpace, just because they had no idea that that was against license terms. I recall spinning up an Amazon WorkSpace back when they first launched, or when they wound up then expanding to Amazon Linux; I forget the exact timeline on this. I have no idea if I did something like that or not. Because it seems like it'd be a logical thing. “Oh, I want to travel with just an iPad. Let me go ahead and run a full desktop somewhere in the cloud. Awesome.”That feels like exactly the sort of thing an audit comes in and then people are on the hook for massive fines as a result. It just feels weird, as opposed to, there are a number of ways to detect you're running on a virtual machine that isn't approved for this. Stop the install. But of course, that doesn't happen, does it?Wes: No. When we teach at the boot camp, Rob will often point out that, you know, licensing is one of the—and it's true—licensing is one of the last things that comes in when Microsoft is releasing a product. It was that way when he was at the company before I was—he shipped Word 1.0 for the Mac, to give you an idea of his epoch—and I was there for XP, like I said, which was the first version that used activation—which was a nightmare—there was a whole dedicated team on. And that team was running down to the wire to get everything installed.And that is still the case today because marketing and legal make decisions about how a product gets sold. Licensing is usually tacked on at the very end if it gets tacked on at all. And in fact, in a lot of the security, compliance, and identity space within Microsoft 365, there is no license compliance. Microsoft will show you a document that, “Hey, we do this,” but it's very performative. You can't actually rely on it, and if you do rely on it, you'll get in trouble during an audit because you've got non-compliance problems. So yeah, it's—you would hope that it keeps you from coloring outside the lines, but it very much does not.Corey: It's just a tax on going about your business, in some ways [sigh].Wes: Exactly. “Don't worry, we'll be back to fix it for you later.”Corey: [laugh]. I really appreciate your taking the time to go through this with me. If people want to learn more, where's the best place for them to keep up with what you're up to?Wes: Well, obviously, I'm on Twitter, and—oh, sorry, X, whatever.Corey: No, we're calling it Twitter.Wes: Okay, I'm on—I'm on—[laugh] thank you. I'm on Twitter at @getwired. Same alias over on [BlueSky 00:35:27]. And they can also find me on LinkedIn, if they're looking for a professional question beyond that and want to send a quiet message.The other thing is, of course, go to directionsonmicrosoft.com. And directionsonmicrosoft.com/training if they're interested in one of our licensing boot camps. And like I said, Rob, and I do those every other month. We're increasingly doing them in person. We got one in Bellevue coming up in just a few weeks. So, there's opportunities to learn more.Corey: Excellent. And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:35:59]. Thank you so much for taking the time to chat with me again, Wes. It's appreciated.Wes: Thank you for having me.Corey: Wes Miller, Research VP at Directions on Microsoft. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with an angry, insulting comment that will no doubt be taken down because you did not sign up for that podcasting platform's proper license level.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.

Lighthouse Church North County
Come Back Home | Pastor Josh Herrera | Lighthouse Church North Co. | 09.17.2023

Lighthouse Church North County

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 37:58


Welcome to Lighthouse Church! We are located in the City of Vista, in the North County of San Diego. To join us in person, head over to: 342 Eucalyptus Ave. Vista, CA 92084 We meet every Sunday at 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM If you want to know more about us or to connect with us, let us know by filling out this Digital Connect Card: https://gotolighthouse.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/314/responses/new If you made a decision to follow Jesus today, or want help taking your Next Step, send us an email at: info@lighthousechurchnc.org If you would like to make a contribution to Lighthouse Church, or to give your tithe or offering digitally, you can do that by heading to our website. www.lighthousechurchnc.org/give

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #150 - RELEVÂNCIA

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 5:58


Todos nós buscamos ser os melhores, destacar-nos em nossos empregos, empresas e mercados. Para isso, inevitavelmente, precisamos nos comparar com outros. A motivação não vem antes da ação, mas após começarmos. Então, saia da sua zona de conforto e inicie sua jornada para vencer a si mesmo. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

Vista Community Church
To The Scattered

Vista Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 25:00


First Peter is a letter written to scattered Christians, who found themselves socially excluded, out of control, and struggling to live faithfully in an unfaithful world. In many ways we're in a similar place, and are invited to see our scattering as a divine sending and not a demonic disaster.

A vivir que son dos días
A vista de Lobo | Canciones protesta paleoconservadoras. Daniel Sancho: informar sin inflar. Blindar las ciudades contra Airbnb

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 36:43


Oliver Anthony se ha vuelto viral alrededor del mundo cantando una canción protesta contra las élites sin ser de izquierdas. Entendemos cómo la alt right aúna a través de las redes a cada vez más personas con Jaime Caro, investigador posdoctoral en extrema derecha y colaborador de El Orden Mundial. El asesinato de Edwin Arrieta por Daniel Sancho en Tailandia ha sido uno de los sucesos más seguidos durante el verano, pero los elementos que han compuesto al crimen han exacerbado una cobertura lejana a la seriedad. Hablamos con Ramón Abarca, jefe editorial de EFE en Asía-Pacífico para explicar cómo llegaron las informaciones sobre el caso y los parámetros para cubrirlo sin ser sensacionalista. Nueva York se suma a las ciudades alrededor del mundo que regulan por ley los pisos en alquiler a través de Airbnb. Hablamos con el urbanista Carlos Moreno para entender las vías por las que otras ciudades se han blindado ante la plataforma y planteamos soluciones para las ciudades con alto índice de turismo.

Union Radio
Tu relación con el dinero y tu punto de vista || Anna Vaccarella en Sin Manual con Morena Cerfoglio

Union Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 23:36


El Larguero
El Larguero a la 01.00 | La fiesta del motor en PRISA y La Vuelta queda vista para sentencia

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 19:42


PRISA organiza la primera edición de la fiesta del motor y La Vuelta a España está destinada para el americano Kuss.

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #149 - PESSOAS PRECISAM DE PESSOAS

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 8:03


Não busque apenas o que deseja ouvir, mas o que precisa ouvir. Encontre pessoas que o inspirem a dar o seu melhor, que o impulsionem a agir, que o desafiem a sair da zona de conforto. Não desanime. Não permita que ninguém desencoraje seus sonhos. Acredite que é possível realizar o que deseja. Seja determinado, resiliente e comprometido. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

La Ventana
"Vista la evidencia científica, no puede haber otra recomendación": los pediatras advierten del daño "muy grave" que causan los móviles

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 7:45


Julio Álvarez Pitti, coordinador del Comité de Promoción de la Salud de la Asociación Española de Pediatría ha visitado 'La Ventana' para explicar todos los riesgos del uso de los móviles en las aulas

BBC Lê
A erupção que criou tempestade com 2,6 mil raios por minuto e foi vista do espaço

BBC Lê

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2023 12:09


Erupção de vulcão submarino no Pacífico, em janeiro de 2022, tida como maior explosão atmosférica registrada por instrumentos modernos, foi vista até por astronautas no espaço

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #148 - FAÇA VOCÊ MESMO

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2023 7:33


Nossas ações falam mais alto do que nossas palavras. Se você quer liderar, inspire através de suas ações, não apenas de suas palavras. Mostre o caminho, não apenas aponte para ele. Liderança não é um cargo, é conquista. Influencie através de suas ações e atitudes. Não espere dos outros o que você não faz por si mesmo. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

Lighthouse Church North County
Free To Be Me | Pastor Josh Herrera | Lighthouse Church North Co. | 09.10.2023

Lighthouse Church North County

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2023 24:34


Welcome to Lighthouse Church! We are located in the City of Vista, in the North County of San Diego. To join us in person, head over to: 342 Eucalyptus Ave. Vista, CA 92084 We meet every Sunday at 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM If you want to know more about us or to connect with us, let us know by filling out this Digital Connect Card: https://gotolighthouse.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/314/responses/new If you made a decision to follow Jesus today, or want help taking your Next Step, send us an email at: info@lighthousechurchnc.org If you would like to make a contribution to Lighthouse Church, or to give your tithe or offering digitally, you can do that by heading to our website. www.lighthousechurchnc.org/give

Radio La ventajosa
ALEGRES DEL BARRANCO _ “EMPEZE GANANDO $700 PESOS” _ PUNTOS DE VISTA #19 (Podcast)

Radio La ventajosa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2023 42:00


Radio La ventajosa
Grupo Firme “NO SE ME HA SUBIDO LA FAMA” _ PUNTOS DE VISTA #18 (Podcast)

Radio La ventajosa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2023 38:36


#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #147 - NÃO PENSE NEGATIVO

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2023 4:26


Não deixe pensamentos negativos tomar conta da sua mente. Opte pela positividade, encontre soluções e perspectivas brilhantes. Sua saúde mental e qualidade de vida agradecem! Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

A vivir que son dos días
A vista de Lobo | Vivir, defensa para enfrentar el final

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2023 20:02


Javier del Pino, Marc Bassets y el exmisionero y cooperante Chema Caballero hablan sobre qué podemos aprender de cómo se lleva el duelo en África, territorio al que viajamos para homenajear en su sección al periodista Ramón Lobo. 

Vista Community Church
God, Sex, and the Self

Vista Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2023 29:03


What does a healthy biblical sexual ethic look like? We end the series exploring how not being our own helps us better navigate the confusing terrain that is modern sexuality.

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #146 - NÃO PEGUE TÃO LEVE COM VOCÊ

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 3:56


Quer atingir seu potencial máximo? É hora de se tornar seu próprio crítico e elevar suas expectativas! A autocobrança pode ser sua aliada na busca por resultados incríveis em carreira, relacionamentos e saúde. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

Booker, Alex and Sara - Daily Audio
Can't Beat Booker with Lily in Lago Vista, Texas

Booker, Alex and Sara - Daily Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 6:47


IT'S BEEN 22 DAYS SINCE HIS LAST LOSS!!!Booker's current record is 2138 wins with 142 losses, this morning all of Austin is rooting for Lily in Lago Vista, Texas!!!  LET'S WELCOME HER TO AUSTIN'S FAVORITE POP CULTURE TRIVIA GAME...CAN'T BEAT BOOKER!!!

Presencia Viva
¿El amor a primera vista es real? | Ps.Edwin Castro

Presencia Viva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2023 51:09


¿El amor a primera vista es real? | Ps.Edwin Castro

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #145 - VENCER VALE A PENA

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2023 5:44


Quer ser um campeão? É possível! O segredo é treinar e se preparar. O sucesso não é sorte, é treino! Não se prepare apenas para o dia D, esteja pronto para qualquer desafio. Empenho é importante, mas o que realmente importa é o desempenho na hora certa. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

European Portuguese Shorties (from PracticePortuguese.com)
Acreditas No Amor À Primeira Vista?

European Portuguese Shorties (from PracticePortuguese.com)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2023 1:45


Filipe's flirting skills might just be cheesy enough to work!

Lighthouse Church North County
The Heartbeat Of God | Pastor Josh Herrera | Lighthouse Church North Co. | 09.03.2023

Lighthouse Church North County

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 26:03


Welcome to Lighthouse Church! We are located in the City of Vista, in the North County of San Diego. To join us in person, head over to: 342 Eucalyptus Ave. Vista, CA 92084 We meet every Sunday at 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM If you want to know more about us or to connect with us, let us know by filling out this Digital Connect Card: https://gotolighthouse.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/314/responses/new If you made a decision to follow Jesus today, or want help taking your Next Step, send us an email at: info@lighthousechurchnc.org If you would like to make a contribution to Lighthouse Church, or to give your tithe or offering digitally, you can do that by heading to our website. www.lighthousechurchnc.org/give

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #144 - COMECE AGORA

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 5:52


Não é sobre esperança, é sobre ação. Não dá mais para adiar aquele projeto, deixar aquele emprego que te suga ou continuar nas reclamações. Imagine como será olhar para trás e ver alguém alcançando o que você queria. Seja essa pessoa que começa hoje, que age agora. O sucesso não acontece por acaso; é uma maratona de esforço constante. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

Cannabis Talk 101
Speedy Weedy Delivery & Storefront.

Cannabis Talk 101

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 54:17 Transcription Available


Shannon Gleason, Assistant General Manager and Alex Bossy, Jr. the CSO at Speedy Weedy™, a membership-based delivery service that moves over 1500+ products from flowers, edibles, vapes, etc. all over California! They also have 3 storefronts in Vista, Encino, & Santa Ana. Check out their website at www.myspeedyweedy.com & follow their IG @speedyweedySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #143 - ENCONTRE SUA ESSÊNCIA

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2023 3:21


No Ponto de Vista de hoje, liberte-se da ilusão de que problemas desaparecem e abrace desafios com coragem. Entenda como escolher metáforas poderosas que podem mudar sua trajetória, rumo ao sucesso e vitória. É hora de parar, refletir e mudar sua perspectiva. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. ⁠https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista⁠

Letras en el tiempo
Vivir para contarla. Historias de mujeres que sobrevivieron a una violación

Letras en el tiempo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2023 39:42


‘Vivir para contarla. Historias de mujeres que sobrevivieron a una violación'. Patricia del Río enumera en este nuevo episodio de Letras en el tiempo lecturas sobre la violencia sexual, donde las autoras fueron las víctimas y vivieron para contarla. Son los casos de la arquitecta y artista visual, Jana Leno, y su libro ‘Violación en Nueva York'; de la escritora estadounidense, Alice Sebold, quien en sus memorias ‘Lucky' (‘Afortunada') y la novela ‘The lovely bones' (‘Desde mi cielo'), que también fue llevada al cine, da detalles de este execrable hecho. La escritora argentina, Belén López Peiró, denunció al tío que la violó siendo niña en su novela ‘Por qué volvías cada verano', que sirvió para que este año la policía le hiciera justicia deteniendo a su agresor. Tatiana Salem Levy, escritora brasileña, habla por su amiga, una arquitecta que fue violada en Río de Janeiro, en ‘Vista chinesa'. Y quizás la historia de Roxane Gay, en ‘Hambre, memorias de mi cuerpo', marcaron su vida y su cuerpo llevándola a comer desmedidamente como un rechazo de sí misma por lo que vivió. Una recopilación de sus artículos se encuentra en el libro ‘Mala feminista'. La invitada de la semana es Magnolia Pinedo, quien en ‘Puñetazos', libro de relatos, aborda el drama de las sexualidades alternativas, modernas y eternas en individuos desajustados, marginales y extremos. Las canciones de hoy son: ‘Querida muerte', René Goust; ‘A ningún hombre', Rosalía; ‘Malo', Bebe; ‘La puerta violeta', Rozalen; ‘Se portaba mal', Kany García y Mon Laferte; ‘Un violador en tu camino', Lastesis; y ‘Si no cantara', La colmena. Todo esto y mucho más hoy a las 14:00 y 19:00 h por RPP. Escúchanos también por rpp.pe y podcast del programa en las diversas plataformas. Edición de audio: Andrés Rodríguez ||| Episodio 31 – Cuarta temporada 2023.

Vista Community Church
Counter - Cultural

Vista Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2023 29:33


The current culture tells us to live one way, but God's word clearly tells us something different. For those who have surrendered their life to Christ, God gives us direction on how we should live.

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #142 - PREGUIÇA

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2023 5:46


No Ponto de Vista de hoje, será sobre uma das maiores barreiras que nos afasta de nossos objetivos, a preguiça. Sentir preguiça não é um problema, mas agir preguiçosamente com o que é importante na vida é. A preguiça não é um crime, mas agir preguiçosamente com o que você determinou para si mesmo é um problema. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
HMM 08 - 31 - 23

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2023 58:49


Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with Mark Dunlea's interview of Doug Bullock regarding The Annual Solidarity Committee of the Capital District potluck picnic. Then, roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry interviews historian Paul Cole to discuss Kate Mullany and the historic site named after her. Later on, Dr. Xavier Coughlin of People's Health Sanctuary answers what IS Healing Day? After that, Angela Beallor reports on the Timber report "Damaging Trends in Troy's General Fund, 2000-2023." Finally, we introduce you to the Sanctuary's new staff member: our volunteer coordinator through VISTA, Marshall Hildereth.

Con Las Bases Llenas Podcast de Beisbol
RONALD ACUÑA JR LOGRA HAZAÑA NUNCA ANTES VISTA EN LAS GRANDES LIGAS

Con Las Bases Llenas Podcast de Beisbol

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2023 58:20


Ronald Acuña Jr logró una hazaña jamás vista en el beisbol de las Grandes Ligas. El jardinero venezolano consiguió dar 30 jonrones y robar más de 60 bases. Te contamos todos los detalles en esta edición de nuestro noticiero Baseball News y repasamos los resultados más relevantes de ayer en la Major League Baseball.

Stock Pickers
Divergência convergiu: recessão americana à vista, desenvolvidos "tropicalizando" e visões da Legacy

Stock Pickers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2023 136:34


Conheça os fundos da TG:https://tgcore.com.br/________________Invista no CDB 230% do CDI da XPe ganhe um presente exclusivo do InfoMoney:https://bit.ly/45DDPVC________________Fundo Selection Stock Pickers:https://lp.infomoney.com.br/fundo-stock-pickers-presente-exclusivo-v1?utm_source=infomoney&utm_medium=stockpickers&utm_campaign=202208_infomoney_stockpickers-10082022_youtube________________Lucas Collazo e Henrique Esteter recebem pela primeira vez juntos, Felipe Guerra, Sócio fundador e CIO da Legacy Capital e Pedro Jobim Sócio fundador e Economista-Chefe da Legacy Capital, ao vivo no episódio #210 do Stock Pickers, para falar sobre recessão americana e um panorama geral sobre Brasil e global.________________ EQUIPE DE PRODUÇÃO Direção de cortes e produção: Mariana Shimojo e Leonardo TanakaEdição: Nando LimaRedes sociais: Rafaella Bertolini________________ TELEGRAM DO STOCK PICKERS: acesse gratuitamente a lista mais quente do mercado: https://t.me/stockpickersoficial​​​​​ ________________ Siga o Stock Pickers em todas as redes sociais: https://linktr.ee/stockpickers_​​ ________________ STOCK BOOKS: todos os livros indicados no Stock Pickers! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XkSGoaGUFy05K8V-ST0aTDRhCp-81G4AJTPDpZSFSIU/edit?usp=sharing

Roast! West Coast
Coffee People: Masa Higashida, NuZee, Inc

Roast! West Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2023 29:00


Masa Higashida, CEO and President of NuZee, Inc, a coffee co-packer in Vista, CA joins us for the last Coffee People podcast of Season 8. Masa shares his coffee journey with host Ryan Woldt. Find online:  https://mynuzee.com/ • @nuzee_copacking on Instagram • https://dailycoffeenews.com/2023/07/11/stone-brewing-skips-into-coffee-space-through-nuzee-deal/ Coffee People is presented by Roastar, the premier digital printing company focused on coffee packaging. Roastar can help your small coffee business tell a big story. Learn more at ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠www.roastar.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ and follow ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠@roastar on Instagram⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠. Support this show by SUBSCRIBING to the newsletter at ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://roastwestcoast.substack.com/subscribe⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ or buy us a cup of coffee at ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.buymeacoffee.com/roastwestcoast⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠. Head to⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠www.roastwestcoast.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ for show recaps, coffee education, guest list and coffee news. Follow us on Instagram: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠@RoastWestCoast⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ or Facebook: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠@RoastWestCoast⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Coffee People is one of the premier coffee and entrepreneurship podcasts. featuring interviews with professionals in the coffee industry and coffee education. Host Ryan Woldt interviews roastery founders, head roasters, coffee shop owners, scientists, artists, baristas, farmers, green coffee brokers, and more about their coffee origin stories, how they've dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, why they love coffee, and how coffee and their work makes an impact on their community. If you love coffee, the stories of how things are made and how businesses are built, shopping local, and being inspired, you will love Roast! West Coast, This show is supported by R!WC Industry Partners including: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Roastar⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠San Franciscan Roaster Co⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠., ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Ascend Roasters⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Ignite Coffee Company⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Steady State Roasting⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Zumbar Coffee & Tea⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Marea Coffee⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Mostra Coffee⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠First Light Whiskey⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Camp Coffee⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Cape Horn Coffee⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Crossings Coffee⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Acento Coffee Roasters⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠⁠Sivitz Roasting Machines⁠⁠⁠⁠, and ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Hacea Coffee Source.⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Register to become an organ donor at: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://registerme.org/⁠ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/roastwestcoast/support

Podcast Business News Network Platinum
8656 Steve Harper Interviews Reverend Elizabeth Brownrigg Healing Arts Practitioner, Multidisciplinary Artist and Owner of Vista Verde Retreat Center

Podcast Business News Network Platinum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2023 28:30


Steve Harper Interviews Reverend Elizabeth Brownrigg Healing Arts Practitioner, Multidisciplinary Artist and Owner of Vista Verde Retreat Center -- www.ReverendElizabethBrownrigg.comhttps://onlineradiobox.com/search?cs=us.pbnnetwork1&q=podcast%20business%20news%20network&c=ushttps://mytuner-radio.com/search/?q=business+news+networkhttps://streema.com/radios/search/?q=podcast+business+news+network

All Sports Best
Week 3: Cavemen Football Coach Cale Sanders v Volcano Vista

All Sports Best

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2023 22:33


This week's podcast notes: Cavemen football coach, Cale Sanders, determined to revitalize the program, embarked on a mission to rebrand the team with a fresh logo. With renewed confidence and a renewed sense of purpose going into Week 2, the Cavemen fought for an early lead and ultimately beat Goddard to put their record at 1-1. This marked the first win for Sanders - looking ahead to a promising future for the Carlsbad Cavemen football program. Also, WHY DO TRAINS EXIST?

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #141 - VOCÊ TEM TALENTO

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2023 4:52


Não basta apenas ter habilidades naturais, é preciso cultivar o talento de gerenciar suas capacidades. No Ponto de Vista de hoje, entenda como planejamento, disciplina e foco transformam sonhos em realidade. Transforme metas em objetivos, objetivos em planos e planejamento em ação!

San Diego News Matters
Father Joe's works to help people find shelter

San Diego News Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2023 12:55


KPBS recently rode along with Father Joe's Villages street health outreach team to learn more about what it takes to help people move off the street and into shelter. In other news, a quarter of a million dollars from the Biden administration infrastructure bill is coming to Vista. Plus, San Diego County leaders published a blueprint on ways to address the childcare crisis.

Biblical Citizen Let’s Roll with Kathleen and Brian Melonakos
Episode 159: One of the Good Guys: John Franklin, Mayor of Vista

Biblical Citizen Let’s Roll with Kathleen and Brian Melonakos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2023 26:01


We talk with Mayor John Franklin who tells how he felt called to volunteer for public service while in college. He is implementing a conservatorship program to address homelessness in Vista that recognizes each person as an individual and helps treat addictions. This is a different approach and it is working.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

El Gusto de las 12
¿CÓMO EL ESTRÉS SE REFLEJA EN LA VISTA? - @RETINOLOGARD

El Gusto de las 12

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2023 12:28


Juan Carlos Pichardo, Ñonguito, Harold Diaz, Oscar Carrasquillo, Katherin Amesty, Begoña Guillen y Anier Barros

Lighthouse Church North County
In The Middle Of The Mundane | Pastor Josh Herrera | Lighthouse Church North Co. | 08.27.2023

Lighthouse Church North County

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2023 37:48


Welcome to Lighthouse Church! We are located in the City of Vista, in the North County of San Diego. To join us in person, head over to: 342 Eucalyptus Ave. Vista, CA 92084 We meet every Sunday at 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM If you want to know more about us or to connect with us, let us know by filling out this Digital Connect Card: https://gotolighthouse.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/314/responses/new If you made a decision to follow Jesus today, or want help taking your Next Step, send us an email at: info@lighthousechurchnc.org If you would like to make a contribution to Lighthouse Church, or to give your tithe or offering digitally, you can do that by heading to our website. www.lighthousechurchnc.org/give

The Green Plantain - The Cuban Stories Project
Cuban Stories: Episode 78 - Love at First Sight - Amor a primera vista

The Green Plantain - The Cuban Stories Project

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2023 12:54


Across this month, we are reading anecdotes and stories about four-legged animal friends. In the last episode, we had Buzzwinkle and Perico, and today I bring you Lomberto Perez Plasencias' Lucero. The story is set in the neighborhood of Llamazares in the town of Pinar del Rio, and it illustrates the magical relationship between a boy and his horse. A lo largo de este mes, estamos leyendo anécdotas e historias sobre amigos animales de cuatro patas. En el último episodio, tuvimos a Buzzwinkle y Perico, y hoy les traigo Lucero, el amigo de Lomberto Pérez Plasencia.  La historia está ambientada en el barrio de Llamazares en la ciudad de Pinar del Río, e ilustra la relación mágica entre un niño y su caballo. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/susana-mueller/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/susana-mueller/support

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #140 - TENHA ROTINA

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2023 5:26


Saiba como transformar a rotina em aliada da sua performance diária. São seis rotinas poderosas: Energia, Produtividade, Aprendizado, Conexão, Reflexão e Recuperação. Não confunda rotina com monotonia! Crie seu próprio protocolo para atingir seus objetivos com consistência. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #139 - COMO SER DISCIPLINADO

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2023 6:51


Nesse Ponto de Vista, aprenda como alcançar seus objetivos através de mini hábitos e tenha disciplina em tudo que se propor a fazer. Cultive disciplina diária e alcance seus objetivos.

Vista Community Church
The Weariness of the Self

Vista Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2023 28:52


Rather than being denied, our humanity is fully affirmed when we accept that we are not our own. Christ-like self-denial is the ultimate form of self-care.

#DNACAST
PONTO DE VISTA #A DIFERENÇA ENTRE PACIÊNCIA E PRESSA.

#DNACAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2023 6:50


No Ponto de Vista de hoje, ouça sobre a importância de encontrar o equilíbrio entre a busca por resultados rápidos e a paciência necessária para alcançar objetivos de longo prazo. Entenda como diferenciar entre a pressa e a velocidade e como aplicar a abordagem correta para aumentar os seus resultados resultados. Curtiu esse episódio? Não se esqueça de deixar o seu comentário sobre o que achou deste episódio e dê 5 estrelas se curtiu! PARTICIPE DO MAIOR EVENTO DE ALTA PERFORMANCE DO BRASIL. https://bit.ly/ahhf23-ponto-de-vista

The Pactum
Ep. 134 - Singing and the Church

The Pactum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2023 52:53


In this episode, Pat and Mike are joined by Dave Crawford to talk about singing in the church. Why do Christians sing? What do they sing? Who is the audience when we sing? Dave Crawfore is an Associate Pastor at Tri-City Bible Church in Vista, CA Resources mentioned in this episode: - Corporate Worship by Matt Mercer - Ordinary by Michael  - True Worship, sermon by Dave Crawford

Mom's Exit Interview
On Working With Jessica Alba and Being a ‘Cool Mom’: Lizzy Mathis

Mom's Exit Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2023 48:02


Lizzy Mathis is co-hosting the new Roku show Honest Renovations with her best friend Jessica Alba - and shares the craziest thing to happen on set, what it means to be a ‘cool mom,' how to get out of that phase where  and has some self-care tips that go farther than ‘light a candle.' We have a blast and you will too! Lizzy Mathis started The Cool Mom Co. - an all inclusive, diversity driven hangout destination for moms. I was nervous - am I cool? Lizzy Mathis declares we are all cool by default (I'll take it!) and is here to remind us to put ourselves first, reignite the passions we may have left behind. Thanks to our sponsor UPPAbaby! I've been a loyal user for years - the Vista, the bassinet, the PiggyBack RideAlong Board and more! We loved them all! Now UPPAbaby has an exciting new product in the works called the Mira 2-in-1 Bouncer and Seat. Check out the Mira and UPPAbaby's other upcoming products here.They have a thematic campaign of ‘My Hope' about the hopes and dreams we have for our kids. Soccer star, entrepreneur and mom of 3 Leslie Osborne and UPPAbaby ambassador is featured in UPPAbaby's ‘My Hope' video, encapsulating the true meaning behind UPPAbaby's “Parenthood, Understood” and all of the incredible things it can bring. Check out the video with Leslie here LINKS: -Follow host Kim Rittberg on Instagram -MAKE BETTER VIDEOS TO GET MORE CLIENTS: free download click here -The Cool Mom Co & Lizzy Mathis on Instagram-How To Be A Happier, Less Stressed & More Successful Parent: