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The Pinball Network
Silverball Chronicles Ep 23: Down The Rabbit Hole With John Popaduik

The Pinball Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 129:24


Silverball Chronicles with David and Ron Episode 23 – Down the Rabbit Hole with John Popaduik     Visit Our Silverball Swag Store https://silverballswag.com/collections/silverball-chronicles   Topic Starts at 6:45   Episode Summary   John Popadiuk, also known as J-Pop, created some of the most interesting and whimsical playfield designs of the 1990s. He went from a god tier Bally-Williams designer to a start-up pinball company owner and finally to a pinball pariah.  John once described his journey as “a long tale of woe in some cases, but also tales of glory in others.”   His name was once included with other Pinball Legends but in 2022 J-Pop had been reduced to a pinball leper. People would often say 'What could J-Pop have done with Bally-Williams had never closed'? Now the question most likely heard is 'Where did it all go wrong?' Does J-Pop deserve all the criticism and abuse, which has sullied his legacy?   This month, we go Down the Rabbit Hole With John Popadiuk      Sources: Wikipedia. John Popadiuk. Here. Here. YouTube. NWPAS 2012 Seminar #08 - John Popadiuk. Here. Pinball Mag, Nick _O. John Popadiuk – Pinball Designer. Here. Pinball Shenaigans. Alice in Wonderland Prototype. Here. Pinball Profile. Episode 326: Michael Hanley and Shane Jackson. Here. Coast 2 Coast Pinball. An Evening with John Popadiuk. Wayback Machine. Here. Dan Cowles and Kristi Highum. Zombies, Yetis & Pinball. Dec 2014. Here. Greet, Kayla. Skill Shot – Zombie Yeti Artist Profile. Here. Pinball Super Nova. John Popadiuk: Another One Bites the Dust. Here. Pinball News. American Pinball Goes Public. Sept 2016 Here. Horacze, Stan. Popular Science. The curious story of Magic Girl. Apr 2017. Here The Pinside Stuff: Here. Here. Here.  

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast
Army Men 64: Sarge's Heroes - Episode 106

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 63:43


Intro; Way Back Machine; Development Details; Controls; First Memories; Story; Level Notes; Current Thoughts; What would we change; Cultural Significance - Army Men Series.

AHC Podcast
Ron Jeremy

AHC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 66:06


I guess dreams can come true.  If you ask any 20-year-old dude what their dream job would be, odds are, porn star would be near the top.  The adult film industry has graced us with some stars that have reached pop culture status, but probably none more famous than today's show subject, Ron Jeremy.  “The Hedgehog” has starred in over 2000 adult films and even made his way into movies and TV shows.  On the surface he seems to be likeable, funny, ugly, and not afraid to poke a little fun at himself.  But recent developments have shown a different light on the “Super Hornio Brothers” star.  If you get paid all day to have sex, would you have to have to take advantage of more vulnerable targets to get your kicks?  How much sex does one person have to have to be satisfied?  We'll dive into this and much more on the Ron Jeremy, and quite fitting, 69th episode of AHC Podcast.       Intro Music Credits: Dar Golan Sixties 60's music (free to use) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_cMGH7-XTU     Citations: Dickson, E. J. (2021, September 4). 'I was just shocked and frozen': Alleged sexual assault victims reveal chilling details about Ron Jeremy. Rolling Stone. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/ron-jeremy-sexual-assault-grand-jury-1220497/ Dillon, N. (2022, April 1). Ron Jeremy 'incoherent' at courthouse, rape case suspended for Mental Health Exam. Rolling Stone. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/ron-jeremy-rape-case-suspended-mental-health-exam-1322934/ Hart, J. (2007). The Village Voice. Wayback Machine. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from https://web.archive.org/web/20071225092624/http://www.villagevoice.com/livoice/9934%2Cexit_zero%2C7867%2C0.html McDonald, S. (2020, August 31). Ron Jeremy accused of sexually assaulting 15-year-old girl among 20 new allegations. Newsweek. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from https://www.newsweek.com/ron-jeremy-accused-sexually-assaulting-15-year-old-girl-among-20-new-allegations-1528806 Parry, R. (2021, September 5). Photos of ex-porn star Ron Jeremy's filthy hollywood apartment. Daily Mail Online. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8640399/Photos-inside-former-porn-star-Ron-Jeremys-filthy-cockroach-infested-Hollywood-apartment.html Ravo, N. (2011, September 25). Media Circus: My dinner with Ron. Salon. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from https://www.salon.com/1997/04/02/media_113/ Sachs, A. (2008, August 26). Ron Jeremy: My life as a porn star. Time. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from http://content.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1836153,00.html Wikimedia Foundation. (2022, April 21). Ron Jeremy. Wikipedia. Retrieved May 7, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Jeremy

Mind Your Banners
Mind Your Banners: The Way Back Machine: Looking back at the 2013 Big Ten season

Mind Your Banners

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 37:05


 IU Insiders Dustin Dopirak and Zach Osterman look back at the toughest, most fascinating Big Ten seasons they've ever covered, one that culminated with Tom Crean's first conference title.

Les dessous de l'infox, la chronique
#Fraude: le mythe de l'élection présidentielle française truquée

Les dessous de l'infox, la chronique

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 2:56


Depuis la victoire d'Emmanuel Macron au second tour de la présidentielle française dimanche 24 avril, certains affirment sur les réseaux sociaux que l'élection a été truquée. Une fraude massive qui aurait permis la victoire du président sortant. Mais les quelques preuves apportées pour démontrer cette prétendue fraude sont en réalité des infox. « Cette élection est montée de toutes pièces ! ». « Sans le trucage de l'élection, Macron n'aurait jamais gagné, c'est impossible. » Au lendemain du vote, des dizaines de milliers de messages de ce type sont apparus sur les réseaux sociaux, avec le #Fraude. Des posts souvent accompagnés d'images de la soirée électorale de France 2 diffusée le soir du dimanche 24 avril et censées prouver la fraude. C'est un graphique actualisé en direct avec les chiffres du ministère de l'Intérieur et diffusé en direct par la chaîne qui est pointé du doigt. Celui-ci va attribuer 14 603 774 voix à Marine Le Pen aux alentours de 21h10, alors que le décompte définitif du ministère de l'Intérieur indique qu'elle a recueilli, au total, 13 288 686 voix. Une preuve pour certains que plus d'un million de votes pour la candidate du Rassemblement national se seraient donc envolés dans la nature. Le résultat d'un bug informatique En réalité, ce nombre erroné affiché par France 2 est le résultat d'un bug informatique. Le logiciel chargé de récupérer automatiquement les données du ministère de l'Intérieur a dysfonctionné. « Notre outil a mal pris en compte la progression du décompte effectué par le ministère de l'Intérieur. C'est-à-dire que, pour certaines communes, lorsque le décompte progressait et que le nombre de voix y était précisé, notre outil n'a pas considéré cela comme une mise à jour du nombre de votes dépouillés dans ces communes. Il a traité cette information comme de nouveaux chiffres à ajouter au total du nombre de voix déjà dépouillées », a précisé à France 24 le directeur technique d'Excense, le prestataire chargé de ce service. France 2 a finalement corrigé son erreur plus tard dans la soirée. Le graphique diffusé vers 22h40 présentait ainsi les données fournies par le ministère de l'Intérieur. La chaîne et son prestataire se sont ensuite excusés pour cette erreur qui a touché les résultats des deux candidats.  Les archives du site du ministère de l'Intérieur, disponibles grâce à l'outil Wayback Machine, montrent bien que Marine Le Pen n'a jamais été créditée de plus de voix, qu'elle en a obtenues au décompte final. Convergence des théories conspirationnistes Parmi ceux qui relaient activement cette théorie d'une fraude massive, on retrouve principalement les acteurs traditionnels de la complosphère, tous soutiens de Marine Le Pen pour le second tour. L'essayiste Morad El Hattab, la youtubeuse suisse Chloé Frammery, ou encore l'homme politique François Asselineau. Ce sont les mêmes qui avancent que la pandémie de Covid-19 est une invention ou que le vaccin est un poison, qui affirment aujourd'hui qu'il y a eu fraude. Les avocats Carlo Alberto Brusa et Maud Marian ont annoncé déposer, le vendredi 29 avril, un recours devant le Conseil constitutionnel pour contester la légalité de l'élection. Carlo Alberto Brusa, complotiste influent et président de l'association Réaction 19, affirme avoir recueilli plus de 6 000 mandats en soutien à son recours.  Pour justifier cette « fraude », il s'appuie également sur un document qui affirme que les serveurs de données du site internet du ministère de l'Intérieur sont hébergés aux États-Unis. Les données des bureaux de vote transiteraient aux États-Unis avant d'être consultées en France. C'est faux, le ministère de l'Intérieur n'héberge aucune donnée à l'étranger. « Nos centres de collectes des données sont situés sur le territoire français », nous affirme le ministère. Un réseau de diffusion de contenu utilisant des serveurs différents à l'international est bien utilisé, notamment pour diffuser les résultats partout dans le monde, mais cela n'a aucun rapport avec la collecte des résultats de l'élection et ne peut en aucun cas permettre une fraude.   Une résonance à l'international  Cette infox de l'élection truquée s'est propagée dans des groupes de discussions étrangers, notamment sur Telegram, en Suisse, en Belgique ou en Espagne. Aux États-Unis, la sénatrice pro-Trump de l'Arizona, Wendy Rogers, a tweeté le 25 avril, « Macron a volé l'élection ». Elle fait allusion au goût des Français pour la révolution et les encourage à continuer d'enquêter pour prouver cette prétendue fraude.  Le Conseil constitutionnel valide les résultats Le Conseil constitutionnel, chargé de veiller à la régularité de l'élection, a constaté plusieurs irrégularités, rendues publiques ici. Elles concernent une trentaine de bureaux de vote en France. Ce ne sont toutefois pas des fraudes, mais des manquements dans l'organisation du vote, comme il y en a à chaque élection. Vingt mille suffrages ont ainsi été annulés par le Conseil constitutionnel qui a définitivement validé la victoire d'Emmanuel Macron mercredi 27 avril.  Marine Le Pen n'a d'ailleurs jamais contesté les résultats. Mais cela n'empêche pas les complotistes de crier à la fraude, et d'essayer de semer le doute. Une initiative inspirée de ce qu'il s'est passé aux États-Unis après la défaite de Donald Trump.

The Ben Maller Show
Hour 4 - Draft Day!

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 36:27


Ben Maller talks about his level of interest in the 2022 NFL Draft as he goes into the Wayback Machine to look at the winners and losers of the 2017 Draft, Fact or Fiction, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Plausibly Live! - The Official Podcast of The Dave Bowman Show

Dave Bowman joins Bill Mick to close out our Tuesday with our weekly trip through the Wayback Machine as we get his unique perspectives on history.  Today…just what makes history and who are the players?

Retro Fanfic Retrospective
Episode 134: Animaniacs/Akira - Akatie

Retro Fanfic Retrospective

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 75:37


Taran joins us to do the same thing we do every night: read an old fanfic and talk about it. Classic anime movie Akira is smashed together with Animaniacs... and long story short, Akira wins. Brain's friendship with Pinky is front-and-center, while Pinky's friendship with Crow T. Robot is sadly secondary.   Wayback Machine link to the first chapter: bit.ly/rfrakatie

Lace Em Up
Way - Back Machine

Lace Em Up

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 132:02


We go back to the start of the year and go over the predictions we made. Some we got right and some we got wrong.

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast
Legend of the Mystical Ninja - Episode 105

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 58:15


Intro; Vital Stats; Way Back Machine; Development Details; Controls; First Memories; Story; Level Notes; Ending; Current Thoughts; What would I change; Are you buying it: Cultural Significance - Goemon Series

Idiotville: Erie, PA’s Favorite Podcast
Idiotville SPECIAL EDITION! The long-lost Episode #113!

Idiotville: Erie, PA’s Favorite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 59:46


It's been found!We used the Wayback Machine to bring you a show from our archives! That's right! It's Idiotville #113! Who was on the show? What did we talk about? Did we drink beer? All these questions - AND MORE - will be answered in this previously unreleased episode from 2020!++++++++++++++++Do you feel like you aren't getting enough Idiotville? Check out our Patreon for BONUS CONTENT at Patreon.com/idiotvillepodcast(c) 2022 Idiotville Productions. This content may not be used without written permission of Idiotville Productions. ++++++++++++++++www.idiotvillepodcast.buzzsprout.com www.patreon.com/idiotvillepodcast - It's back!www.teepublic.com/idiotvilleproductions++++++++++++++++Our theme song is composed and performed by Warehouse 11: Guitars by Brian Blake, drums by Dave Blake, bass by Chris Owochttps://www.facebook.com/Warehouse11Band/ http://www.warehouseelevenband.yolasite.com/++++++++++++++++www.idiotvillepodcast.comwww.facebook.com/idiotvillepodcastinstagram: idiotvillepodcastTwitter: @IdiotvillePods, @Idiotville_Dill, @BrentNLiberty, @AnnaHarvigson1, @RyanLouisTST, @TedBrogan2, @TheRealJakeNew1idiotvillepodcast@gmail.comJoin our Facebook group!Support the show (http://Patreon.com/idiotvillepodcast)

Corpus Delicti
199: Tag Team: David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield, The Killing Cousins

Corpus Delicti

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 43:20


David Gore and Fred Waterfield were not only best friends, but also cousins. From an early age the two got into trouble, but things escalated when David started working in law enforcement. To access earlier episodes of Corpus Delicti and to help support the show, please visit patreon.com/corpusdelictiOur merch store can be found at teepublic.com/stores/corpus-delicti-podcastMusic by:Kai Engel"Daemones"Blooper music by:Art of Escapism"Coal Miners"This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA.Sources:First murder in 1980s led 'Killing Cousins' Gore and Waterfield on crime spree through Indian River (tcpalm.com)https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2128560/amp/David-Alan-Gore-Florida-serial-killer-devil-eyes-preyed-women-abusive-sexual-fantasies-set-die.htmlMicrosoft Word - Gore, David Alan.doc (radford.edu)Wayback Machine (archive.org)Serial killer's letters may have sped up execution | Fox NewsDavid Alan Gore: Florida serial killer executed by lethal injection after string of rapes and murders in 1980s | Daily Mail OnlineFirst murder in 1980s led 'Killing Cousins' Gore and Waterfield on crime spree through Indian River (tcpalm.com)Yorkshire grandmother's letters to US serial killer David Gore - BBC News09 Apr 2012, 6 - St. Lucie News Tribune at Newspapers.com10 Apr 2012, 13 - St. Lucie News Tribune at Newspapers.com09 Apr 2012, 1 - St. Lucie News Tribune at Newspapers.com

The Marketing Secrets Show
RECORD EVERYTHING...

The Marketing Secrets Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 15:58


A lesson that I learned from John Childers almost 20 years ago that is changing my life today. Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com Magnetic Marketing ---Transcript--- What's up, everybody? This is Russell Brunson. Welcome back to the Marketing Secrets podcast. On today's episode, I want to talk about the reason why you need to record everything you say for the rest of your life. At least, most of the time. What's up, everybody? Okay. As you know, I am neck-deep in this process, where I am going deep into the archives of a whole bunch of things. We bought Dan Kennedy's company. I have this hard drive with everything that Dan Kennedy's ever said, every video, every audio, everything he's written. It's insane. 99% of it, no one's ever seen before. I'm finding these gems, these things. I'm pulling them out and we're republishing them. We're using them as lead magnets. We're using them as podcast episodes. We're using them as just all sorts of stuff. I'm having the time of my life. If you've been listening to my episodes lately, I'm also in this thing where I'm going and I'm buying all these old personal development books and old business books. Things that are in the public domain, which I'll probably do an episode more on what public domain is. But, basically, they are things that the copyright's expired, so I can take these things and I can republish them. Napoleon Hill, for example, I'm trying to piece together everything that he's ever said, every article he wrote. I'm finding all the old magazines, the newsletters, and all the things. I'm finding his old magazines. I'm finding all the books, courses, and times he's spoken. Just everything I can find. I'm gathering all this stuff, because I'm able to take all of these things that are in the public domain but the copyright's expired, and I can use them again, for lead magnets and for things like that. It's been interesting, because I've been going deep into these different things, all of Dan Kennedy's stuff, and then also, Napoleon Hill's and a bunch of other people I'm researching and finding. I'm finding all this stuff. It reminded me of an experience that happened to me about 20 years ago. I was at my very first internet marketing seminar ever. It was Armon Warren's big seminar. At the seminar, he had a speaker, named John Childers. John was actually one of the guys I first learned public speaking from. I don't remember everything John said that day, but I do remember one thing. He said, "Every time you talk, make sure you record it, because you can use those things for bonuses, and for lead magnets, for upsells, for all sorts of stuff." At first, I was like, "Why would I record myself? Who cares what I'm saying?" But I am very coachable. I said, "Okay. He told me to record myself, so I'm going to start doing it." I started recording all the things I do. I'd have conversations with cool people, and I would record them. In fact, back in the day, it was hard. I remember going to RadioShack and I bought this old cassette player. Then, in the cassette player, you had to hook it to your phone. It was hardwired into the thing and all these kind of things. Then, you could call someone. You'd click "record" on the thing and it would record the actual phone call. In fact, I wonder if I could find it. Mark Joyner, who was my very first mentor ever, I had a call with him and I remember recording it. He said something about, "That's a $10 million a year idea." I was like, "What?" I remember on the tape, I wrote "$10 million idea" on the front of this cassette tape. It was this call I had with Mark, way back in the day. Now, I'm wondering where in the world that could be. I want to find that. Anyway, I digress. I started recording everything. I had this thing hooked to my tape player and I'd click "record" every time I would call somebody, every time I'd do an interview. Every time I'd do everything, I was recording all these things. I had tons of them. It's interesting. Anyway, I'll come back to that. But then, I started doing my first courses and I recorded those. In fact, my very first course ever was called Public Domain How To, which was when I was first learning about public domain stuff, way back 20 years ago, which is fascinating. Anyway, you guys will see over the next 12, 18 months of my life, how much I'm doing inside the public domain. It's exciting. But I started that journey 20 years ago, when I first learned about it and I was doing all sorts of things. My first course I ever did was teaching people the process of finding public domain works, how to create derivative works, a whole bunch of really cool stuff, back in the day. That course, I recorded on my tape player from RadioShack. Anyway, it was so crazy. Then, I started interviewing people. I interviewed Vince James, who was the guy who made $100 million dollars selling supplements through direct mail. I recorded that on my little RadioShack recorder. Then, later, Teleseminar Alliance came out. I started recording teleseminars. Then, eventually, it was webinars. Then, I'd speak at events. I would just record all these different things. It's interesting, as I've been going down this path with Dan's stuff and with Napoleon Hill, and I'm trying to find these pieces, I started realizing, "I have tons of stuff in my archives that, someday, hopefully, when I die, there's going to be some dude like me, 200 years from now, who's going to be like, 'I want to find all of Russell's stuff, republish it, and sell it.'" I was like, "I'm going to make it easy for that person." I started going through all my old archives and my brother, who's been filming me for probably almost 15 years now, maybe longer, I'm like, "Scott, where's this?" He's finding all these old videos and the very first event I ever did. Then, just different places I spoke at and we're trying to find all the archives of this stuff. Then, we're putting them together. Some stuff's not relevant anymore. Some things are timeless. There's just all these amazing things. What I'm doing now, is I'm creating one-pagers. I don't know if you guys remember OnePager. OnePager is just one of my favorite tools. If you go to onepager.io, it's this tool, you can create one-pagers. Think of a one-pager like a lead magnet, a course, or something. It's all built in the software. It creates it on one page. I'm doing it now. I'm creating a one-pager off of each of these old things I have back in the day. My public domain how-to course, I had these audio files off my RadioShack tape player. We got them digitalized. I also have a workbook that I found in the archives, from that course. I'm making a one-pager. It's the public domain how-to and it's a one-pager with my four or five audio tracks, my PDF. It's all there. Now, it's the one-pager that I have. I'm doing that with my Affiliate Bootcamp. I'm doing it with my Underachiever Secrets. I'm doing it with Micro Continuity. I'm doing it with everything I've ever created in the past, forever. I'm trying to put it into these little one-pagers and I'm deleting the stuff that's not relevant, things that were very focused on the search engine algorithms at the time or whatever, but I'm trying to find all the times I talked, taught, or whatever, and I'm putting it into these one-pagers. You may be thinking, "Russell, why would you do that? That's a whole ton of stuff. Are you going to sell that?" The answer is, probably not, but I can use these things for bonuses. I can use them for affiliate contests. I can use them for bribes. I can use them for lead magnets. I can use them for all sorts of stuff. How many of you guys right now, after we do my first public domain launch, I'll be doing later this year, around a whole bunch of cool Napoleon Hill stuff I found. I launched that and you can see the process. I think, pretty conservatively, it will make at least $1 million dollars on the initial roll-out to our list. After I do that, if I came back and said, "Do you guys know that 20 years ago is the first time I learned about public domain? Now, 20 years later, I did a launch with some old stuff I found on eBay. We made $1 million dollars in a day, a week, or whatever it ends up being. How many of you guys would like to hear the original time I taught this, 20 years ago? I was awkward. I was shy. I have the actual audio files from my tape player that I got from RadioShack. I have the original PDF. There's a couple parts that are outdated, but who here would want that initial course? It's amazing. Okay. I'll give you that course if you register for my webinar, where I'm going to teach you guys about public domain. Or if you sign up for the Napoleon Hill thing, as a bonus, I'm going to give you this course that's going to show you how I found these public domain things and how I turn them into derivative works." But now, it's a bonus I can use. Now, I think we created 25 or 30 one-pagers of things in the past that I have. Literally, now that I have these things, I can republish them. I can give them this bonus. I can do anything I want. Let's say Dean and Tony wanted me to come up with something. I can look at my one-pagers, be like, "Here's three cool one-pagers from old events I did, that no one's seen in 20 years, that is amazing. I can bundle this together. I can add this together." Next time I'm creating an offer for one of my books, I can be like, "Here's my new book coming out. Here's three one-pagers I created from an event 10 years ago, that would actually be really cool as bonuses." All of a sudden, I can start stacking and creating things very quickly, very rapidly. Anyway, I wanted to share it with you guys, because there's times, even now... For example, last summer, my kids were at Scout camp, my twins. The church asked me if I'd go up, if I'd speak to the kids about goal-setting. I went up there and I spent 90 minutes talking to these kids about goal-setting. I don't want to pat myself on the back, but I'm really proud of it. It was a fire presentation. It was good. The kids were motivated. They were going crazy. I was in my element, because I'm trying to show off to my kids and all these kind of things. When it was done, I was like, "I wish I would've recorded that." How cool of a bonus would that have been, when I launch my new personal development book that's coming out someday, if I have a chance to write it, when that book comes out and I'm like, "Hey, here's the book, plus one time I did a summer camp for my kids and this was my one shot to sit in front of my kids, teach them how to have goals, how to have success, and all kind of stuff. The presentation was amazing and blah, blah, blah. I recorded it. Who wants the audio recording of that session? It is my kids and their friends at Scout camp." That would be an amazing bonus I could have included. There's so many other times, meeting with my team or other things, I was like, "I wish I would have recorded more things like this." I'm sharing this with you guys, because I want you to get in the mindset of, you need to be recording everything you're doing. Every phone call, every consult, every time you're talking to somebody, every time somebody comes in, every time you're in a unique situation where we're at an event, we're in a hotel room talking about this thing, and I pull my phone out and record it, because it's amazing. Now, it's become this underground bonus, that nobody else can get anywhere in the world. Anyway, it's just powerful. This is re-reminding me to be more intelligent about capturing myself and capturing my conversations. As you guys know, I record most of my stuff here on my iPhone and I just talk. People always ask me, "What mic do you use?" I literally just talk into my phone. There's no mic, but if you do want, there's a little iPhone lav mic on Amazon for $20 or something. It plugs into your phone. Then, it has a little thing. You can clip on the thing, and it makes the audio even better. But you could do that. Have a little thing, keep it in your pocket. In fact, I have one in my backpack. Keep it in your pocket, your backpack, or whatever. Then, when you're at a dinner and you're having a cool conversation about whatever your topic is, be like, "Hey, real quick, let's record this." Plug it in. "Okay. Now, say that again." Then, you'll capture this whole thing. All of sudden, now you have this secret unedited audio file from the dinner where your friend explained to you that blah, blah, blah. The thing that changed everything for you or whatever it is. In fact, one of my friends, Matt Bacak, I remember back in the day, he had this free plus shipping CD and it was called Pillow Talk. It was him and his wife sitting in bed, talking about their business. He just recorded it. And it's like, "Oh." It was this amazing thing, where it was just him and his wife talking about business. It became a free plus shipping offer that crushed it. How many different things like that? You could be in an airplane, reading or listening to podcasts, have an idea. Then, you sneak into the bathroom, then plug in your phone, be like, "Hey, I'm on the airplane bathroom right now. I just learned this cool thing. I'm so excited. I had to hide here to explain it to you, because I wanted to make sure I had it top-of-mind before I forgot it." It's the lost airplane bathroom interview, lost bathroom secrets, something, 30,000 feet in the air. The biggest thing, that was so powerful. I recorded this for my kids. I didn't want to lose it. It's just easy to make these hooks. Anyway, think about that, because as you're recording yourself, even if you're not going to use it right now, you can start using these things for so many different ways. People always tell me, "I created my product, Russell. What should I include as the bonus?" Then, they're trying to go create a bonus and trying to figure out things. It's like, "Man, if you would've been documenting these things while you were doing it, there's a million bonuses." I think we have 25 or 30 one-pagers that we've been building over the last week-and-a-half, two weeks, of just old stuff that I have. There's way more. I have way more things that we're going to be putting together and pulling more things together. But now, I have all these things in a spot where I can create an offer in a heartbeat. It takes me five seconds. I open a one-pager, look at my list of, "Here's all of Russell's one-pager's." Like, "Cool. I'm going to do a bonus. I'm going to give you this, this, this and this, if you come to my live event. I'm going to do this, this, this, if you buy my course." You see how fast I can do that now? Because I have the recordings of these amazing things. Then, the story behind the recording, of why it's so awesome. I wish Napoleon Hill would've done more of that. I wish Dan Kennedy would've done more of that. I wouldn't have to go and search these things, but for you and for me, we can do that today, right now. There you go. There's the feedback. Start recording everything you do. It can be audio. It could be video. It could be written. It could be text. I don't care. Do those things. Even right now, think about stuff you've already published. We went and found Dan Kennedy. He published a blog post for years. Then, their site went down and it was no longer available. We, literally, went back to the Wayback Machine, which shows snapshots of the old website. We had someone go through all of Dan Kennedy's old blog posts that he literally wrote himself. We copied and pasted them all. Now, if you go to magneticmarketing.com and click on "blog," those are literally blog posts from Dan, back in the day, that we found in the archives and posted there for you guys, because it's like, "Here's a gift." There's just so much cool stuff you can do from all the things you're creating. Just remember that as you're talking, you are creating. You can not record it and it's gone forever. Or you can record it, it can live on, and be used to benefit you over and over again. There you go. Record everything. Get a mic, just use your phone, or whatever. But just start capturing stuff. You never know how or when you're going to use it, but maybe you could use it. I would've never known 20 years ago, when I recorded my public domain course, that it's now going to be the sexiest thing. I guarantee all you guys want to buy that from me right now, don't you? Admit it. You want to buy it. You want a free copy. You'll register for webinar. You'll buy a product if I give that to you, won't you? Admit it. You all let me know. That way, I can put it together. Make some offer. Anyway, that's all I got. I'm going to bounce. I am so tired. I only slept 30 minutes last night. If I sound tired, maybe I'm talking too fast, or if I'm confusing at all, that's probably why. But the day's over. I'm going to go home and get some rest. I appreciate you guys. Thanks for listening. We will talk to you soon. P.S., before you hang up, did you guys know that Funnel Hacking Live is six months away? I've been calling speakers today all day and it's getting exciting. Depending on when you're listening to this, if you go to funnelhackinglive.com, you can get tickets there. Depending on when you listen, the sales page might be up with all the speakers, but this year's event is going to be insane. It's going to be different than any other event in the past, in a really cool way. I think you guys are going to love it. That's all I got. I appreciate you all. We'll talk to you soon. Bye, everybody.

Up Your Creative Genius
Dan Sheridan: How to Run Happy - Leading with Positivity and Kindness

Up Your Creative Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 34:03


Dan Sheridan is President and COO of Brooks Running. He started his career 23 years ago as a National sales rep. He's a graduate of University of Washington's Foster School of Business. Brooks Running makes men's and women's high-performance running shoes, apparel, and accessories that meet the needs of runners of all levels. Entirely focused on the run, Brooks is dedicated to inspiring people to run and be active. Brooks creates innovative equipment that keeps you running longer, farther and faster—and with more enjoyment of the run. Timestamp 3:03 Growing up in a leader-rich environment 5:50 Running the perfect business strategy 8:11 Setting the pace with customer centricity and communicating with clarity 10:03 Fumbling a project – and getting back on track 11:44 Navigating through problems in a pandemic 12:43 Acting like Brooks, whether in prosperity or crisis 16:55 Leading the pack with humility and kindness 20:19 Moving into the future with optimism 23:47 Getting everyone to Run Happy – managing one's fears and motivations, step by step 28:05 The essentials of personal leadership development 30:13 Dan's current reading list  Follow Dan Sheridan on Linkedin  https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-sheridan-2a04316  Brooks Running https://www.brooksrunning.com/  Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/  Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/  Up Your Creative Genius - https://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/  Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello superstars! Welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius podcast - where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host, Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week, I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to up your creative genius in any part of your life. Patti Dobrowolski 00:39 Hey, everybody, it's Patti Dobrowolski. Oh my gosh, I have one of my favorite leaders here today. I'm just saying that I have had the opportunity to work with this person multiple times. I absolutely love him, and you will too. So let's welcome the recently crowned President and COO of Brooks Running - Dan Sheridan. Dan Sheridan 01:04 Every time I see you, I just smile. Every time I see your name, every time I see you on a screen, I just smile. I mean, the energy is insane. Patti Dobrowolski 01:15 Oh, that's fantastic. Well, that is back at you because - So listen, I need to tell them a little bit about you so they don't have to go in the show notes to read your bio - I'm going to give my down and dirty of it. Listen, people. He joined Brooks Running in 1998 - 23 years ago. And he really started as a tech rep - which is a junior role there - and worked his way up. And now he oversees, you know, the business and the brand. He was once the brand guru at Brooks, and he's helped to build that business and brand over those years. Now he's overseeing the wholesale business, the distribution partnerships, he connects with runners to build the E-commerce business and oversees the regional marketing programs. And let me just say that they grew 26%, didn't you? It was like recently or is probably higher than that now. But he was given, in 2009 - which was way back in the Wayback Machine - 40 under 40 Sports Good Award. I mean, that's kind of a big deal. He went to the University of Washington, and he got a certification from Washington Foster School of Business. So yes, Dan Sheridan's here, woo! Dan's in the house. Dan Sheridan 02:30 I love it! Patti, you can be my promoter, whenever you want. I mean, the language that you use, I just - I gotta bottle it and take it with me. Patti Dobrowolski 02:39 That's right. Now, you know, Dan, you are honestly one of the favorite leaders of mine. When I ever get to be in a room with you, I'm like, yes, Dan's gonna be there. So I want you to tell people, how did you get started? Like, tell us your story? I think you're from Washington State, aren't you? Yes. Tell us the whole thing, starting from the beginning, would you? Dan Sheridan 03:03 Let me first say that I am humble enough to know that you've been in front of many, many leaders. So I don't take that comment lightly at all. And I am a student of leadership - I'm fascinated by leadership, I think I always have been. Back to my childhood, my dad and my mom were fantastic leaders. They were teachers and led community work and students. And so, I was always under this kind of group of people that were just great examples for me. Growing up, I was a team sport kid. So I played basketball and baseball. I played a little football, I played soccer, swimming, the whole thing. I was in team sports and I tell people that that was literally my business school. That's how I formed my leadership skills. Yeah, I was captains of teams and had to work with impossible people and - Patti Dobrowolski 04:00 Welcome to the world of impossible people. That should be a book. Dan Sheridan 04:05 Right? Well, there you go. So my journey is, I think, at times it's unique. It's probably really strange to some people that I've been with a company for as long as I am- Patti Dobrowolski 04:17 23 years. 23 years - look me in the eye and say, “I've been here 23 years.” Dan Sheridan 04:24 I've been here 23 years. Patti Dobrowolski 04:25 I know. Dan Sheridan 04:26 You know, I'm waiting for somebody to tap me on the shoulder and say, "Hey, man, the gig's up?" Patti Dobrowolski 04:31 I don't think so. I don't think so. Dan Sheridan 04:33 Yeah. So it's awesome. You know, I'm such a fortunate person in so many ways. I think on the professional side, I started with a company that was tiny, we had 56 people. When I started, we shrunk actually to like, 35. We had a layoff in my first couple years, and now we're close to 1200 globally. We've got about 550 in Seattle here and so I'm fortunate, right? I got with a great company with a great leader in Jim Weber. And I made mistakes. And nobody either knew about them or they weren't begging people to kick me out. So I feel just incredibly fortunate and always have been that my journey was with one company that was growing the whole time. Patti Dobrowolski 05:18 Yeah. And, you know, I mean, it took a dip. And so I think the whole running industry took a dip. But there was a point where I was like, Oh, I hope they continue through this, you know, and then oh, I hope their shoes will start to look cooler. Dan Sheridan 05:36 I mean, we like to call them inflection points, Patti, we don't know. Yeah, we call them- Patti Dobrowolski 05:41 Yes, we do. On the S curve, that's an inflection point, maybe go down, then you go up, and you have to leap off into something else or you become irrelevant. Dan Sheridan 05:50 That's right. I think every business does this, right, where you have these moments where there's a gut check on your strategy. Yeah. On the addressable market that you're going after? Yep. On, you know, the talent that you have? And are you developing talent within? Are you adding talent to stay relevant? And Brooks has had that over its journey. I mean, we've had, I don't know, call it four or five owners over the years. And we've been fortunate enough, in the last, call it 15 years, to have Berkshire Hathaway as our parent company - which couldn't be anything better for us. Patti Dobrowolski 06:24 No, no, no doubt. No doubt, yup. Dan Sheridan 06:27 So we go through these moments where it is a gut check on strategy. And here's the beauty of our strategy. It's pretty simple, you know, and Brooks has a simple strategy. We're focused on runners. We're focused on the run, we're focused on getting people moving, we're focused on what running means to people's lives. And if we can deliver products and programs and services, you keep them running farther, faster, longer. We're winning. And yeah, pretty simple. Patti Dobrowolski 06:52 Yeah, it is. You know, secretly, I've been designing a shoe to present to you guys, when I see you, I'm like, I have to design some shoes that are cool. And so I've been just mocking up these shoes I got behind the scenes. I'm like, I have any, I want to talk to the guys in creative again, you know, because I always get to see them. And they're fantastic. And I think that there's a few things I could add to that little chemistry of that. So of course, that's my secret dream. Dan Sheridan 07:25 You've been on our journey. You've had many checkpoints with us that have helped us create our vision through your process, and it's why you and I connected - and the value that you've created with us is playing out today. You helped us imagine the future for Brooks, and here we go. Patti Dobrowolski 07:43 You will- I think to- you have Imagineers there. That's what's true. The people that work there really are Imagineers, you know, including Jim, but I think in your stream, you know, you have really galvanized the sales community. I mean, the team is just unstoppable. And so, say something about what you had to do to get them motivated to go, to get going. Dan Sheridan 08:11 Yeah, it's not about me. I mean, when I showed up here in 1998, this company had a customer focus that was incredible. And it was just part of the culture at Brooks. And so I got trained by people that were so intensely focused on our customer base, whether it was our customer service team, our marketing team, our sales team. And so there was no other thing to do, but focus on the customer. And what we've been able to do is keep talent here. You know, I've got colleagues that I've worked with for 20 plus years. Patti Dobrowolski 08:43 Wow, that's fantastic. That's unheard of! Dan Sheridan 08:47 Yeah! Especially in our industry, right? I think, you know, this is a very competitive industry in terms of acquiring talent and developing talent. So it's customer focused, and we've been able to deliver on customer focus, specifically and run with our specialty run community around the world. And then we execute. You know, we used to have a sheet of paper as a one pager that just simply answered the question: why Brooks? And we would go through and list all the different programs that we had. But at the very bottom, we would say, we're going to do what we tell you we're going to do. And every day our sales team acts that way. If we can't do something, we're going to tell them, we're going to be honest, we're not going to sugarcoat it. And I think that creates an execution that's clear to people. But ultimately, it's customer focus. Patti Dobrowolski 09:35 Yeah. So when we were working together, you were moving this supply chain, right? I mean, you were moving manufacturing to the US. Say a little bit about what that did or how that process went, because we didn't talk about it afterwards, and I'm curious - like when you take something as much production as you were doing, what did you end up doing and how did it go? Dan Sheridan 09:57 So point of clarity, not our manufacturing but our distribution. Patti Dobrowolski 10:01 Distribution, your DC. Dan Sheridan 10:03 Yep, we moved our distribution from the West Coast here in Seattle, to the middle of the country for a lot of reasons: One, we need to be closer to our customer base: just speed of delivery, cost, all those things. And you know, the short story- Patti Dobrowolski 10:16 Price too, because come on, I mean, Washington State, you got to move to the Midwest. Dan Sheridan 10:21 That's right. You know, short story is: we fumbled. We fumbled the football on many different yard lines on this project. And we literally had a design that didn't match our business model. And it took us three months to unlock the design to match the business model. And what it did is it created, you know, and reinforced a humility that we all needed in a checkpoint along our journey to say: Okay, how did we make this mistake? What were the things that we took for granted that we shouldn't have? What was the expertise we needed in our teams that we didn't have going on? Right? Patti Dobrowolski 10:59 And then you hired somebody, brought them in to help. Right? Dan Sheridan 11:03 We hired Christophe Mahaut in operations, we hired a whole new team and our distribution center, and we started to build depth in our operations. One, because we're growing like crazy; but two, we learned along the way that, you know, you can't muscle your way through some things - you've got to have experience and capability on your business. And so, we are now in such a great spot through the pandemic - you know, we grew 35%. Now you're 31% and 21. And all of that was done on the backs of this, this distribution- Patti Dobrowolski 11:37 Yeah, no doubt, no doubt. Now, has this supply chain, uh, COVID, did that impact you guys at all? Dan Sheridan 11:44 It did, you know, starting in July of last year, Patti. I think, as everyone was starting to see - COVID, you know, impacted all the factories throughout Vietnam and broader Asia. And so our footwear and apparel factories were impacted pretty drastically. We focused on our people, obviously. And luckily, we kept them safe and healthy. But you know, the impact is massive in our industry. So we talk about it in terms of, it's kind of like a crop that yeah, that just goes bad. And we lost a crop of shoes. And we estimate about 7 million units we lost in production as those factories were working through COVID. And so we're digging out right now, like every day. Patti Dobrowolski 12:22 Yeah, yeah. And when things like that happened, so what leadership things do you call upon in yourself? Like, I looked to see who you're influenced by - you've got Simon Sinek there, you got Brené Brown there, you know, you have some other leaders in there. So what do you call upon in yourself to help you figure out what to do? Dan Sheridan 12:43 You know, it's something I reflect a lot on. I've been through a lot of change management at Brooks, whether it's changing in ownership, whether it's, you know, projects that have gone sideways, and the distribution center, one of those, now we've got a pandemic supply chain challenge, you know, we're actually going to be impacted by this war that's going on. And so, you know, in moments like this, the very first thing I always tell our teams is we're going to act like Brooks, no matter what's happening. Patti Dobrowolski 13:10 That's right. Dan Sheridan 13:11 We got to know who we are, what are our values? What's our purpose? So that's rule number one, we're going to act the same way we did in times of prosper as we do in times of crisis. So: focus on the customer, focus on the runner, focus on our employees, and begin to get into a faster cadence. One of the things we find in crises is, if you're not telling your story, somebody is filling that gap, whether a competitor is or an employee is, somebody that may not be as engaged. So, we always get into the special cadence of communication, that maybe we're not always in in times of smooth business journey. So, you know, communication is huge during crisis and change management. During the pandemic, you know, we would have four times a year where we do company meetings, we're doing them every single Friday for an hour. Jim and I in the leadership team, we're on a town hall, every Friday, just communicating what's going on in the business decisions we're making, taking questions from employees. So I think when you go through these moments, you got to act the same way you do in good times, you got to over-communicate, and you got to understand who your stakeholders are and who you want to communicate to. And that's something that's served us well. And then, I think, we lead with authenticity. You know, I'm the same person I am at work as I am at home - my wife would probably, you know, say that's true. And that's not always a good thing (laughs). But I'm lucky to have, you know, just my ability to act the same wherever I am. And so, I'm married to the love of my life. And I've got two great kids that are, I think, benefited from me being home the last two years. I don't know, I have a 14 year old daughter and she and I are tight. My son is 12, and is one of my best buddies. And so, it's good - I think that shows up at work too, people know who I am because I've been here a while and I haven't changed over the 23. I've changed. I'm getting older. Patti Dobrowolski 15:05 Yeah, that's that's really it, but you're still fun - and funny, engaging. You know, these are the things that matter, really. And caring - I think this is one of the things that I noted - when I worked with you is that you were kind to people: you just were, it was part of your DNA. And I don't know, all leaders are like that, you know, you sort of get full of what's holding up your head, you know, what all the things you're worrying about, sort of interfere with your ability to communicate with kindness sometimes, and I never witnessed that even when you were giving feedback to people, which was necessary and important and essential in the room. It was always done in a way that helped them to take the biggest leap. I was telling, you know, I've started to do this new thing with Draw Your Future, which is at the current reality, when you get to the challenges, I've started to ask people: Alright, so if every experience without exception is here for you to grow from, what's the superpower that you're getting from that challenge? Because I think that's what we all learned in COVID - was we got to develop some superpowers, one of them was appreciation for whoever was running the household, because you got to see what they actually did every day, and then you got to pitch in. And then you got to be more in that - It was almost like we went back in time, you know, to a time where being with your family mattered, right? Because we've gotten so caught up in being out there, right? And so when COVID hit, how did you personally adjust? How did you adjust? Why did you have to pivot in yourself? Dan Sheridan 16:40 Well, I think I appreciate those comments on kindness. I grew up in a household, I was one of six kids, Irish Catholic family, my parents were both teachers. And so I tell people that- Patti Dobrowolski 16:53 That's where your work ethic came from. Dan Sheridan 16:55 Yeah, I also think humility is something that, you know, at times, I get maybe critique that, I don't maybe speak or network enough into the industry. But here's how I was raised: I was raised one of six. If you were cocky, or confident even, you got smacked down. I was second to youngest. So if you really got cocky - and that still exists today, to be honest with you. I've got five brothers and sisters that live within, you know, about 30 miles of me and, and to this day, we still have this relationship, which is rooted in humility, and kindness. And my parents may never explicitly said those words to us every day, but that's what our household was built on - it was built on humility, kindness, and I would add humor at the end, because with six kids, you got to be able to laugh at yourself. Patti Dobrowolski 17:43 Oh yeah, no doubt. Dan Sheridan 17:45 The neighbors were laughing at us, believe me. Patti Dobrowolski 17:49 Two teacher salaries, six kids, you know, that's slim living. Next Friday, are we going to have enough food, right? Dan Sheridan 17:55 Yeah, yeah, I got many stories about that. But my parents were incredible. And I know, I had a launchpad that not a lot of people had though, to be very transparent. I was fortunate for all the reasons - my race, just where we were in our community, and the people that surrounded us. So when COVID hit - to get back to that question - on a personal level, it was this pause in our life that actually I was thrilled about. I was traveling 25-30 weeks a year, internationally, domestically, wow. And my pace was at a rate that probably wasn't sustainable for me, for my wife, my kids, my relationships outside of my wife and kids. And so, you know, we really paused as a family, and we started talking about our values - what are the values that we want people to think about when they think of us? And so I brought up, you know, “be humble and kind”. And that's something now that we say to our kids, as they walk out the door, "be humble and kind, be humble and kind", - and my daughter will say, "I'm being humble and kind." Patti Dobrowolski 19:01 Yeah. Dan Sheridan 19:01 We've decided that we're going to start to add to these values as a family and so they're having input on it. They (my son and daughter) are very funny people. And so they're starting to add. So I think during COVID, that spilled over into me as a leader, and I started to think about the kindness - one that the world needed, as we all know - but more so just what everybody was going through: employees, the stress that was on employees. My wife's a pediatrician here in Seattle and she would come home and talk about the stress on kids and teenagers and, and just stress on the medical profession and so, I can see it throughout my everyday. So, we adopted "be humble and kind" and I'm going to get T-shirts made for the Sheridan family that say that. Patti Dobrowolski 19:49 That's good. You should let me design them for you. I've been doing this, my new thing. I've just done T-shirts, and they're fantastic. There's nothing too fancy about them, but they get the point. Well, I love that. And when you think about the future for you, what do you think about, like, did you know that you were going to move into the President's role? We had a brief conversation, but did you know that it was a goal of yours? How do you figure that out for yourself? Dan Sheridan 19:57 Oh, I'd love that. You know, I think I'd be lying if I said in 1998 I had this grand plan to become- At that time, there was not one person that would have bet on it either. Just for the record, I didn't know what I was doing. Some might argue, I still don't know what I'm doing. But you know, look, I've always been somebody that likes to be in front of the pack, not back of the pack. And I've been wired that way. I think it's, you know, my upbringing - my parents are that way, and so I've been wired that way. So I always knew that I wanted to lead. Patti Dobrowolski 20:39 Yeah. Dan Sheridan 20:45 And, so that's the first thing. And so yeah, you know, as my career started to progress, I knew I wanted to lead something - whether it was Brooks, or somewhere else in the path open for me to develop my career here. I think when I think about the future is one thing that I've been reflecting on a lot during all this change that's going on, and uncertainty and fear and negative division that's happening throughout the world, is that I think as leaders, you have to have optimism. If you don't have optimism in yourself, in how you lead, progress is really hard to think about. And so I've been trying to practice optimism. I'm an Irishman. So, optimism is not the first thing that comes into an Irish brain. But, you know, I think leaders have to be optimistic. And if they're not, their teams aren't going to be, um, they're not going to see the vision you have, they're not going to see why you're doing things. And so for me, the future is optimistic for my kids, for Brooks. For me as a person, I'm, you know, cresting 50, here, and so I've got a runway here that can still do great things in terms of my family and my professional life. So I think the future is optimistic. And I think we've got to get more people thinking about what we can do to make it optimistic for more people. Patti Dobrowolski 22:23 Yes, yes. And I would agree, I think that when Brooks started to do "Run Happy'' is when I was like, oh, yeah, now we're turning. Now we're turning, because we're all about community now. And we're understanding, really, we understand the neuroscience of what it means to get out there. And so if we can find a way to help people - you know, I still am fascinated with how, one out of eight people, even when they could die from something, will not make change - you know, that's the stat - is that only one out of eight will actually make the change. So what do we do to show people in incremental ways how you can make change more easily by simply getting out and walking. Walk first, run second, that's how I get - you know, I'm a cyclist, but every year, I'm like, you know, it's good on your bones when you get out there and run. So start running a little bit, see what you can do in running. And then of course, I get obsessed with that - like every other, you know, any kind of athletic thing, you know, you just got to do it. But one of the things that I wonder about is when you think about that stat about people needing to change - and you think about how do people make change, you know, and how do people in their health make change - how do you all talk about it there at Brooks? And how do you think about it? Dan Sheridan 23:47 Yeah. So there's a lot of ways to answer this question. I mean, everybody's different, right? So what are your motivations, your intrinsic or extrinsic motivations, right? You know, for me, some people may say, I have extrinsic motivations, you know, I want to move people in when I talk to them, I want them to develop underneath me, as I manage groups and teams and businesses. I have a lot of intrinsic motivation as well. And, you know, that comes out of a fear of people thinking “I'm not smart”, or a fear of not being in shape, or, you know, not being clear in how I communicate. So I think it really depends on this extrinsic and intrinsic motivation that people have. We have some good friends, we had this discussion the other night over a glass of wine around this topic. And so at Brooks, we think about that. And the truth is, Patti, that we have to do all of it because we want everyone to be a part of this brand. We want this to be the most inclusive brand in the world. Because running is the simplest thing to do - running and walking is the simplest sport to do. Really, all you need is a great pair of shoes - Patti Dobrowolski 24:55 That's right. Dan Sheridan 24:56 - to move and you can just kind of hit people with the reasons to move, you know, ultimately we believe running can change your day, can change your life. And I think all added up, it could change the world, not only in terms of health and wellness, but it may ease tension and debate and conflict in our lives. So we try and really think about everybody that's invited to this game, which we think is the greatest game in sporting goods, and- Patti Dobrowolski 25:25 Yeah, yeah, it's the easiest, let's be clear about that, you know, if you travel as much as you do, and as often as much as I do, and now we're open again to travel. So we're back on, the thing that goes in that suitcase are my running shoes, because I know that no matter where I am, I can either go to the gym and run - or I can get outside, which is even better, and then you know, do what everybody calls nature bathing. Now, it just cracks me up. Because you know, what that means is we were just going out and playing in the field before, and now we're finding a place to run and you know, nature bathe. But what's also true about that - and this is the research that's being done around flow - that if you want to get into a state of flow, you add some challenge to it, and then you add some physicality to it, and then you add some drive to it. And then suddenly, you're in a state of flow, as you know, when you go running, right. The greatest part of it is that it makes you feel so good. You want to do it tomorrow. And this is what people forget, yeah - once you get past the really hard hurdle of the first couple days, right? And you get into the first couple of weeks; and then the third and fourth, fifth week, you're hooked. And you never want to stop. That's what- Dan Sheridan 26:46 Habits, habits, habits - and they can be every other day habits. Don't have to be every day. Patti Dobrowolski 26:51 No, I know it's little tiny things. So you can hit the success button. Dan Sheridan 26:55 My alarm goes off, the first thing I think about is coffee. Second thing I think about is: I just have to move before I go to work. I got to do something, right. And so, you know, some days that I don't always get to it, but I think about it every single day. So that's my habit that I think about and that's something that I think doesn't have to be every day - it can be every other day. Patti Dobrowolski 27:19 That's right. Well, I think I love this because what you said was: I think about it every day. And I do too. If I'm not on that bike, I'm thinking about it every single day. Because I know that it makes me feel better, and I know I don't want to lose my shape. I don't want to lose my fitness. It's hard earned. Right? And so that's it. All right, well, I know you're busy. I don't want to keep you from what other things you've got going. I love this. And I hope you'll come back and talk again, just about as you ease into that President role. And you keep doing that - I want to hear how it's going. So, just leave us with some thoughts. What would you say are some tips for people who need to pivot or want to step into leadership? What would you tell them? Dan Sheridan 28:05 Yeah, I think this is such an interesting question for a lot of reasons. I think leadership roles, you know, there's this debate of, are you born a leader? Or can you develop leadership? I think you can absolutely develop leadership. Patti Dobrowolski 28:17 Yes, yes. Dan Sheridan 28:18 I think you have to love it. You have to absolutely love leadership in every kind of fashion, right? You have to understand that it's not about authority - it's about responsibility. And that's a Simon Sinek thing that I just gravitate to. You have to think about service in terms of leadership. Sometimes, you have to think about the hard decisions and everything that comes with it, and the responsibility that comes with it…but you gotta love it. And so when I talk to people, and they ask about leadership, I ask them, do you love it? And it doesn't mean you have to love it 100% of the time - I have an 80:20 rule that I live by: 80% of what I do, I love; 20% I don't - and if it ever gets out of whack for a long period of time, I'm probably going to shift. Patti Dobrowolski 29:06 You're going to change something. Dan Sheridan 29:07 I'm gonna change. And so I think you know, somebody that's thinking about a leadership role, you got to answer the question, are you going to love it? And you don't have to answer it until you're in it, right? But you got to love it to be in leadership. And I think if you can have an optimistic mind, you can communicate really effectively, and you can be authentic every day you show up, then you're probably going to have a pretty good run as a leader and I'm still working all those every day. Patti Dobrowolski 29:35 Yeah. But you've had a fantastic run as a leader. That's what's true. And your teams love working for you. You can see it in the room when I was facilitating those rooms full of people. I'd be like, whoa, this is incredible. At the end, you know, it just was so amazing to see the build and you create the environment for that. So, I would say, you know, always look at "Do you love it as a leader?" and just know that leadership is a skill you develop over time. And so what are you reading right now about leadership? What's your, you know, just as something that you would tell us? What are you reading? Dan Sheridan 30:13 So I'm rereading right now, Angela Duckworth. Patti Dobrowolski 30:17 Yeah, “Grit”. Me too. Me too. Dan Sheridan 30:20 She's incredible. So I started reading it for a lot of reasons. One, we redid; rewrote all of our values of Brooks in 2021. And when we started to tell stories, we wanted stories attached to all the values. So new people coming to Brooks could experience the value instead of just reading on a wall. And one of our values is "Champion Heart". And we were having a hard time explaining what Champion Heart was. And I said, it's grit. That's what it is. It's grit. And so I'm reading that for a lot of reasons. But one of them is that I just think that there's talent in this world, and then there's grit - and you got to have both. And I think in leadership roles, you got to have a lot of talent. I didn't go to business school, I wasn't classically trained in business, I don't have an MBA; I'm not apologizing for any of that. But what I do have is I have a work ethic, and I have a way to connect people and that served me well. So for me, I refresh myself sometimes by rereading books. I also think deeply in terms of just communicating with great leaders. And I've been very fortunate at Brooks to be under the guidance of Jim Weber, who's been here for 20 years, and his leadership and many board members and the network in this industry. I refresh myself through leadership through people, and books, and podcasts, and you, Patti. Yes. Patti Dobrowolski 31:43 I can't let this end without saying that you are amazing. You have changed the way I think you've helped Brooks along our journey. Your ability to tap into people's creativity is insane. So right back atcha - I love ya. I love seeing your name. I love seeing articles. I love it. This has been so much fun. Thanks for having me. Patti Dobrowolski 31:43 Yeah. We're into that Grit piece. Because this week, I'm - you know, I do coaching some classes, online classes, and this week is about grit coming up, because it's the thing that separates whether you're gonna get something done or not - you got to get in there and get your hands dirty. And I just remembered that about you going up with a supply chain issue talking to you in the lunch room, and you're like - on your way there. And I was like, okay, here we go. He's rolled up his sleeves, and there he goes. Well, that's just one of the amazing qualities, only one of the many amazing qualities of you as a leader: your humility and your kindness. I'm just so grateful for you to take the time and to spend time with the audience today and sharing some of your wisdom because all those nuggets are going to drop and they're going to go: Yes, I love that! So thank you so much for everything and for being here with me today. Patti Dobrowolski 33:00 Oh, it was so great. And you know everybody listening in. You know, if you love this podcast, be sure to share it with your friends because this guy - not like he needs more visibility, his family will just give him a hard time about it - so we don't want him to get too tease on that end. But these tips are important. So share them with everybody, and you know what to do. Until next time, Up Your Creative Genius. Thanks, everybody. Patti Dobrowolski 33:28 Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius. Then join me next week for more rocket fuel. Remember, you are the superstar of your universe and the world needs what you have to bring. So get busy. Get out and Up Your Creative Genius! And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly, Patti Dobrowolski and the Up Your Creative Genius podcast. That's a wrap!

Monsters In The Morning
THE WAY BACK MACHINE

Monsters In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 36:39


FRIDAY - HR 3 Monster Sports - NCAA. Orlando Magic. Jeff Howell Monster Messages

You Start Today with Dr. Lee Warren | Weekly Prescriptions to Become Healthier, Feel Better, and Be Happier.

From the WayBack Machine, Here's the Very First Podcast! In the first session of You Start Today Podcast, I reveal the One True Secret to achieving real life change. If you want a better tomorrow, you have to make changes in your life, and you have to start today.  (originally released in February 2014) Click here to download the transcript of this episode! Scripture: Hebrews 3:13 Music by Paul Baloche

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast
Metroid: Fusion - Episode 104

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 89:08


Intro; Vital Stats; Way Back Machine - 2002; Development Details; Controls; Story; Level Notes; Endings; Current Thoughts; What would you change; Are you buying it; Cultural Significance - GBA linked games!

The Department of Metal Antiquities
DMA #73: Heaven and Hell's Studio Record or Nik Craps All Over Dio

The Department of Metal Antiquities

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 62:00


Let's get into the Wayback Machine (a device I stole from Stuff You Should Know who stole it from Sherman and Peabody) and check out a time in the middle aughts when all of the founding metal bands were back together and touring the world. So, after one of those reunions fizzles out, Black Sabbath decides to completely repeat their history and calls up Dio. Check in to see how this goes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

BlogAid Podcast
Tips Tuesday – Cloudflare Updates, UpdraftPlus Issues, FSE Themes, iFrame Tutorials

BlogAid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 20:27


Tips this week include: • New UpdraftPlus problems that may not be an issue with the plugin • What was in the WordPress 5.9.2 Security and Bug Fix update • New Cloudflare Firewall Tutorials • Cloudflare is switching to the Wayback Machine for Always On • Why the end of the browser compatibility wars may be near • Helpful ways to address blogger burnout • 5 tips to become a product review blogger • Updated iFrame video embed tutorials • Why to take a “no edit” approach to making videos • Why Elementor is releasing a new version built on containers • Does WP really need thousands of new FSE themes?

Fresh Catch 2.0
GenoHC…Anybody? <crickets>

Fresh Catch 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 33:27


On an irregular basis we invite guests to liven up the party. This week, longtime friend, Gene Reineman, exited the Wayback Machine to join Team Dave. The conversational stroll down memory lane with this former youth pastor and camp director was a lovely wit-fest, and we agreed that our younger, mullet-haired selves were largely unaware of the difficult times to come. Finally, we demanded that our guest justify the name he bestowed on his daughter. Too many people skate through life without being held accountable. Not on our watch. 

RedHanded
236: Episode 236 - The Kerry Babies

RedHanded

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 76:55


On the 14th of April 1984, the body of a baby boy was found on Cahersiveen Beach, County Kerry in Ireland. The baby had been stabbed 28 times and its neck was broken. The Garda quickly found a suspect; Joanne Hayes. And soon, this police investigation became a medieval witch hunt and a dissection of motherhood itself. May 27th London Live Show Tickets: https://sjm.lnk.to/TPSRedH Become a patron: Patreon Order a copy of the book here (US & Canada): Order on Wellesley Books Order on Amazon.com Order a copy of the book here (UK, Ireland, Europe, NZ, Aus): Order on Amazon.co.uk Order on Foyles Follow us on social media: Instagram Twitter Visit our website: Website Contact us: Contact Sources: The Kerry Babies Case: A Woman to Blame - by Nell McKafferty Gardaí apologise to woman at centre of Kerry babies case (irishtimes.com) Kerry Babies: Tribunal report was controversial, divisive, and raised more questions than answers (irishexaminer.com) Wayback Machine (archive.org) A cruel new take on Kerry babies - Independent.ie Fresh hope for solving thirty year old mystery of Kerry Babies - EVOKE.ie (archive.org) Kerry Babies: gardaí start house-to-house enquiries on Valentia (irishtimes.com) Remains of baby found dead on beach in 1984 exhumed (rte.ie) Give me a crash course in . . . the Kerry babies case development (irishtimes.com) Kerry babies: ‘Suffering of ordeal finally behind us' – Joanne Hayes (irishtimes.com) Kerry babies case re-examined in new episode of RTÉ documentary series (irishexaminer.com) Kerry Babies: Remains exhumed in 1984 baby death investigation - BBC News Kerry Babies: Remains exhumed in 1984 baby death investigation - BBC News Kerry Babies: How the discovery of a baby's body on a beach 34 years ago sparked a traumatic series of events that shocked Ireland - Independent.ie https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/06/world/europe/magdalene-laundry-reunion-ireland.html https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4352372/Haunting-images-everyday-life-Magdalene-Laundries.html https://www.irishcentral.com/roots/history/irelands-last-magdalene-laundry https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/people/the-last-of-the-magdalenes-the-nuns-took-my-childhood-1.3515146 https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/shortcuts/2018/dec/11/one-set-twins-two-fathers-how-common-is-superfecundation https://www.babycenter.com/pregnancy/your-baby/strange-but-true-twins-can-have-different-fathers_10364945 https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-20466038.html

Helmy Yahya Bicara
Kenapa Kita Enggak Mikirin yang Lebih Penting, Sih? - Imam B. Prasodjo

Helmy Yahya Bicara

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 76:47


Halo teman-teman viewers! Kembali lagi di channel Helmy Yahya Bicara! Tamu saya kali ini adalah seorang Sosiolog yang merupakan dosen tetap fakultas ilmu sosial dan politik (FISIP) Universitas Indonesia. Selain menjadi dosen, Prasodjo juga merupakan ketua dari Yayasan Nurani Dunia Diarsipkan 2013-12-16 di Wayback Machine., yaitu sebuah yayasan yang berkecimpung dalam bidang sosial dan pendidikan bagi kalangan yang kurang mampu dari segi ekonomi. Bersama beliau kita akan bahas mengenai fenomena sosial di Indonesia terutama di era digital dan sosial media sekarang ini. Kenapa sih orang-orang lebih sibuk ngurusin hal-hal yang tidak penting?? Yuk disimak pastinya daging semua!! ------------------------------------------------ Terima kasih telah menonton video terbaru Saya. Jangan lupa untuk klik tombol Subscribe dan aktifkan lonceng agar tidak ketinggalan notifikasi video-video terbaru dari Channel Saya. Ikuti juga konten menarik di Media Sosial Saya yang lain di: Twitter: https://twitter.com/helmyyahya?s=20Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helmyyahya/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@helmyyahyaoff...Facebook: Helmy Yahya Tokopedia: Helmy Yahya Store Salam, HY #HelmyYahyaBicara #ImamBPrasodjo #Sosiologi #Digital #Netizen --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/helmy-yahya-bicara/support

Oil and Gas Tech Podcast
And more robots — plus the way-back machine with ARC specialities founder Dan Allford, ep 136

Oil and Gas Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 55:58


Welcome back to the Oil & Gas Tech podcast — brought to you on the Oil and Gas Global Network, the largest and most listened-to podcast network for the oil and energy industry. More fun with robots, and a bunch of other interesting stuff with Houston native and veteran process automation engineer Dan Allford, founder of ARC Specialities. And don't forget about OGGN Unscripted — the new livestream video show premiered Thu Mar 3, featuring cocktails, conversation and ping-pong. Yes it really is unscripted. You can catch episode 1 here — with Michael O'Sullivan, Kayla Ball, John Gibson and Maxine Aitkenhead. More from OGGN ... Podcasts LinkedIn Group LinkedIn Company Page Get notified about industry events  

The Lazy Geeks
More American Than Americans

The Lazy Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 63:56


The guys are back. They talk about liking a piece of porn so much, you use the Way Back Machine to find it when it's pulled, Adam's “The Batman” review, and that creepy adult adoption show gets pulled. A fun episode.Shownotes:The Way Back MachineAdam's The Batman ReviewUkraine-RussiaCreepy Adult Adopter Show Gets PulledWanna Donate:Donations will allow us to remain ad-free and editorially independent.Donate to our PayPalMusic:Funkorama by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/3788-funkorama License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseContact Us:Blog: https://thelazygeeks.com/ Email: thegeeks@thelazygeeks.com Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @thelazygeeks 

jivetalking
Robert Chesal on journalism, trust and good governance

jivetalking

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 58:07


Episode 173: Robert Chesal is a journalist and university lecturer. He's been reporting for Dutch news media since the early 1990s, working in radio, print, television and online. Robert's won the Journalist of the Year award for investigative reporting in 2011. Since 2013 he's been teaching journalism at LUC and in the Masters program in Groningen. https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertchesal/ https://twitter.com/RChesal https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/12/13/technology/china-propaganda-youtube-influencers.html The China story (links from day 1, and day 2, when we did a follow up on China's influence operations and reported on the VU Amsterdam shutting down the human rights center's website) https://nos.nl/artikel/2413702-china-financiert-onderzoek-naar-mensenrechten-aan-vu https://nos.nl/artikel/2413806-waarom-wil-china-invloed-uitoefenen-op-nederlandse-academici https://nos.nl/artikel/2414560-mensenrechtencentrum-vu-staakt-alle-activiteiten The Guardian and Politico picked up the story: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jan/25/dutch-university-gives-up-chinese-funding-due-to-impartiality-concerns https://www.politico.eu/article/dutch-university-amsterdam-scandal-taps-china-influence/ On the sex abuse in the church story, this was the very first scoop (the English version was archived on the Wayback Machine, luckily): https://web.archive.org/web/20100301040953/http://www.nrc.nl/international/Features/article2493257.ece/Child_sex_abuse_in_Dutch_Catholic_Church_revealed The last article we published together on the subject was in 2016, after the film Spotlight won 2 Oscars. https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2016/03/19/destijds-moesten-ze-zwijgen-nu-weer-1602738-a697882 Rik Rutten's story in De Correspondent https://decorrespondent.nl/6704/bijles-voor-eindexamens-is-booming-en-daarmee-de-onderwijsongelijkheid/930836737248-54a113a4

SB Nation AM with Tony Desiere & Ronn Culver
1917: 03/03/2022 Wake Up Call Hour 1

SB Nation AM with Tony Desiere & Ronn Culver

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 41:27


The guys jump into the Wayback Machine and travel to 1983 where out of all the aliases #Steelers QB #TerryBradshaw could choose, he just happen to land on this #NFL significant name; plus the #Sixers are finding their rhythm, #Gronk looking for a new home? and all the latest on the #MLB lockout

Ramblemania Show
Banter Club Retro: WWF Monday Night Raw (1/19/98)

Ramblemania Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 92:33


#BanterClub is back in the Wayback Machine, destination 1998. It's the night after the Royal Rumble, Mike Tyson is here, and Steve Austin isn't happy about it. The boys check out this landmark episode of Raw featuring the legendary Tyson/Austin confrontation, the DX barbeque, and some other weird stuff you definitely don't remember (The QUEBECERS are on this show!). Follow us here: https://linktr.ee/ramblemaniashow

Music & Moonsaults
Wrestling Wayback Machine #15: Luke Harper vs Randy Orton

Music & Moonsaults

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 34:43


Joe Hulbert (@JoeHulbert) returns! The Late Night Grin co-host joins me on a trip back to 2017 as we watch the Luke Harper vs Randy Orton match from Elimination Chamber. Watch along as we discuss the story going into the match, what makes both men so great at their craft, and ultimately the creative missteps that followed. LateNightGrin.com, sign up for as little as $1 and get a bunch of content from Joe, Bob, Shoot, Oracle and Jaychele twitter.com/IbanezKris facebook.com/musicandmoonsaults https://youtu.be/_FLrl9oYKaU --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Parts of Unknown
The New and Improved Parts of Unknown: One more week in the way back machine

Parts of Unknown

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2022 38:35


Celebrating the 10 year history of Parts of Unknown

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast
Metroid: Zero Mission - Episode 103

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 77:48


Intro; Vital Stats; Way Back Machine - 2004; Development Details; Controls; First Memories; Story; Level Notes; Ending; Current Thoughts; What would we change; Fan Theory; Cultural Significance - Best Re-imaginings & best Video game opening levels.

Liquor and Liqueur Connoisseur
Episode 90: PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur

Liquor and Liqueur Connoisseur

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 18:54


Episode 90 features PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur. The leading pomegranate brand of spirit bottled in 750ml at 17% ABV, or 34 proof and it retails for $25. Enjoy this episode with some PAMA and Champagne. PAMA's official website: https://www.pamaliqueur.com/ (https://www.pamaliqueur.com/) Brief Historical Timeline: 2005 - PAMA is test marketed 2006 - Nationwide US release 2007 - Advertising campaign featuring magazine ads with scent strips helps propel PAMA to 60,000 9-liter equivalent case sales 2020 - Packaging is updated for the brand's 15th anniversary Key Cocktails: PAMA works very well as a modifier to existing cocktail recipes. Treat it much like you would Chambord or St-Germain. Cocktail recipes are available widely, and on the PAMA website. References: https://www.heavenhill.com/brands-detail.php?brandid=pama-liqueur (Heaven Hill Brands Listing) https://web.archive.org/web/20040616115544/http://www.heaven-hill.com/ourbrands.html (Heaven Hill Brands Website Circa 2006 from the Wayback Machine) https://web.archive.org/web/20070624093747/http://www.heaven-hill.com/pr-archives.shtml?article=NDQ5NnN1cGVyNDQ5M3NlY3JldDQ1MDA%3D (Launch Press Release) https://web.archive.org/web/20070811233926/http://www.heaven-hill.com/pr-recent.shtml?article=NjQ5NXN1cGVyNjQ5MnNlY3JldDY0OTk%3D (First Ad Campaign Press Release) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PAMA_%28liqueur%29 (Wikipedia Article on PAMA) https://www.thespruceeats.com/pama-pomegranate-liqueur-760279 (The Spruce Eats Article on PAMA) https://spiritsreview.com/reviews/pama-pomegranate/ (Spirits Review of PAMA) https://beveragedynamics.com/2008/10/27/growth-brands/ (Beverage Dynamics Growth Brands Circa 2008) https://www.drinkspirits.com/liqueur/pama-pomegranate-liqueur-review/ (Drink Spirits Review of PAMA) https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2020/07/pama-pomegranate-liqueur-unveils-new-design/ (The Spirits Business on New Packaging) https://www.alcademics.com/2012/12/the-history-of-grenadine-use-in-cocktails.html (Alcademics Blog on the History of Grenadine in Cocktails) Contact Information: Official show website is: https://www.liquorandliqueurconnoisseur.com/ (www.liquorandliqueurconnoisseur.com) Join my mailing list: http://eepurl.com/hfyhHf (http://eepurl.com/hfyhHf) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liquorandliqueurconnoisseur (https://www.facebook.com/liquorandliqueurconnoisseur) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LiquorandLiqueurConnoisseur/ (https://www.instagram.com/LiquorandLiqueurConnoisseur/) Twitter: @LLConnoisseur

Untangling the Web
Brewster Kahle on Rewinding and Archiving the Web

Untangling the Web

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 23:09


Our guest for this episode is Brewster Kahle, a digital librarian who has spent his career intent on providing universal access to all knowledge. Kahle created the Internet's first publishing system, Wide Area Information Server (WAIS) and two sites that help catalog the web by collecting data of books, web pages, music, television, and software: Alexa Internet and the Internet Archive. He also implemented the Wayback Machine, a digital archive of the World Wide Web. In this episode, Brewster talks about expanding access to the published works of humankind through creating these systems. He emphasizes the importance of archives and elucidates how his systems work on a technical level. Lastly, Brewster reflects on the evolution of the Internet and his goal to help Internet users gain more control of their privacy and what they have access to online. Click here for this episode's transcript, and here for this episode's show notes.

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast
Final Fantasy 8 Retrospective - Part 1

Podtendo: A Nintendo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 57:03


Conspiracy Clearinghouse
Et Tu, Reptilicus - Mythconceptions About the Ancient World

Conspiracy Clearinghouse

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 43:38


EPISODE 51 | Et Tu, Reptilicus - Mythconceptions About the Ancient World History is a concept, often imperfectly recounted and remembered, sometimes purposefully obscured or confused. So, we think we know things that, in fact, we don't really know. Let's jump into the Wayback Machine and take a look at some things we think we know about the ancient world. See a video version on our YouTube channel. Like what we do? Then buy us a beer or three via our page on Buy Me a Coffee. #ConspiracyClearinghouse #sharingiscaring #donations #support #buymeacoffee You can also SUBSCRIBE to this podcast. Review us here or on IMDb! SECTIONS 01:59 - Rome Is Where the Heart Is 03:11 - What have the Romans ever done for us? 04:00 - Statues of limitations, pantheon purloiners, toga party, orgies, salutes, vomitoriums 08:56 - Are You Not Entertained? Stuff about gladiators 16:13 - Lend Me Your Ears - Stuff about Julius Caesar 21:10 - Freakazoid - Stuff about Caligula 23:38 - And Now For My Next Number - Stuff about Nero 30:12 - Fluid Prejudice - Herodotus and history 33:11 - Vikings, the Pyramids, Eve's sin, salting the ground, Amazons 36:59 - Neanderthals, Stonehenge, the Sphinx, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon 38:22 - The Great Library of Alexandria, the Battle of Thermopylae & the 300, Braveheart & cinema 42:28 - Memory is fickle, collective or otherwise Music by Fanette Ronjat More Info: 10 Common Misconceptions About the Ancient World Top 10 Myths and Urban Legends About Ancient History 50 Incredible Facts about Rome 10 Things You May Not Know About Roman Gladiators 11 Misconceptions About Ancient Rome, Debunked Rome: 5 Things that Are Accurate and 5 Things That Are Totally Fabricated From Gladiator Duels To Caesar's Last Words: The Myths Of Ancient Rome on NPR Professor Buzzkill history podcast The 24 Best Podcasts for Every History Fan The Reliability of Knowledge in History Study: Historians Easily Fooled by Unreliable Content Follow us on social for extra goodies: Facebook (including upcoming conspiracy-themed events) Twitter YouTube (extra videos on the topic, Old Time Radio shows, music playlists and more) Other Podcasts by Derek DeWitt DIGITAL SIGNAGE DONE RIGHT - Winner of the 2021 AVA Digital Award Gold, 2021 Silver Davey Award & 2020 Communicator Award of Excellence, and on numerous top 10 podcast lists.  PRAGUE TIMES - A city is more than just a location - it's a kaleidoscope of history, places, people and trends. This podcast looks at Prague, in the center of Europe, from a number of perspectives, including what it is now, what is has been and where it's going. It's Prague THEN, Prague NOW, Prague LATER.

Hex Positive
Ep. 026 - The Healer's Path with Jai McGrainer

Hex Positive

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 69:52


Originally aired on my Patreon. For this special episode, it's time to hop in the Wayback Machine! I sat down with my oldest friend, Jai McGrainer (we've literally known each other since we were twelve), to chat about her path as a healer and her marvelous holistic health clinic, Azalea House of Healing. There's a fair amount of reminiscing about our teenage years and our shared roots in magical topics. Check out Azalea House of Healing in Warr Acres, OK, or visit their website. Follow my show on Twitter @hex_podcast for the latest updates! You can also find me as @BreeNicGarran on Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, and Wordpress. For more information on how to support the show and get access to early releases and extra content, visit my Patreon. http://www.patreon.com/BreeNicGarran. Visit the Willow Wings Witch Shop to purchase my books and homemade accoutrements for your craft! Proud member of the Nerd and Tie Podcast Network. This episode is sponsored by: Portland Button Works PBW Witch Shop MUSIC CREDITS "Spellbound" & "Miri's Magic Dance" Ads - "Feelin' Good" & "Danse Macabre - Violin Hook" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Digga Fake - Fake News & Fact-Checking
Geschichts-Fakten: Können wir glauben, was im Schulbuch steht? (S02E05)

Digga Fake - Fake News & Fact-Checking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 27:16


Schulbücher sind Arbeitsmittel Number One für jeden, der noch die Schulbank drückt. Und sie sind Lehrmittel für Lehrer*innen. Infos, die da drinne stehen, haben eine Menge Fact-Checking bis hin zur behördlichen Zulassung hinter sich. Gerade der Geschichtsunterricht reagiert auf öffentliche Debatten; Themen in Geschichtsbüchern werden zum Teil inhaltlich angepasst. Macht das Geschichtsvermittlung nicht ein Stück weit unglaubwürdig? Victoria spricht mit dem Geschichtsdidaktiker und Schulbuchherausgeber Michael Sauer. Sie beackern das Quellenparadigma, deutsche Spezialitäten und Heiligenverehrung im Unterricht. Weitere Themen der Sendung: Corona-“Impfjunkie“ aus Indien, EU-Gesetz über digitale Dienste, Wayback-Machine, fehlerhaftes Hitler-Video von Funk.

Entitled Town
Bill Would Have Squib Kicked

Entitled Town

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 58:35


The Party of Five review the Divisional Round, roast Sean McDermott, praise Jimmy G, and go in the WayBack Machine to discuss the 2001 AFC Championship Game against the Steelers.

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
Smaller, Smarter, & More Flexible: A look into Tandem's product pipeline

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 42:05


Take a deep dive into the future of Tandem Diabetes. In December, the company laid out an ambitious 5-year plan to update software, move to a smaller pump and ultimately a tubeless version. Company leaders say they want to think even bigger and we're talking to Chief Strategy Officer Elizabeth Gasser. We'll go through the short term changes Tandem has in the pipeline like the tiny Mobi pump and talk about philosophy and more. Tandem R&D Presentation (slides)  Tandem R&D Presentation (replay)  This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *DEXCOM*   Stacey Simms  0:00 Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dexcom. Take control of your diabetes and live life to the fullest with Dexcom and by Club 1921 where Diabetes Connections are made. This is Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms. This week, a deep dive into the future of Tandem diabetes. That company laid out an ambitious five-year plan to update software, move to a smaller pump and ultimately move to a tubeless version. company leaders say they want to think even bigger.   Elizabeth Gasser  0:37 we have thermostats that manage our home temperature for us. We have self-driving cars we have on demand consumption services that you know, help us get our groceries and plan our meals. Come on. We should demand that level of ease of use in what we're doing here as well.   Stacey Simms  0:54 That's Tandem Chief Strategy Officer Elizabeth Gasser. We'll  go through the short term changes Tandem has in the pipeline like the tiny Mobi pump, she'll answer a bunch of your questions. We'll talk about the philosophy of the company moving forward, and more. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Welcome to another week of the show, I am only so glad to have you here. You know, we aim to educate and inspire about diabetes with a focus on people who use insulin. back in December Tandem made a big splash with their very first research and development presentation. If you haven't seen that, I highly recommend that it is rather long, but it's definitely worth checking out. I'll link that up in the show notes. And you can always find out more at diabetes connections.com. But in this R&D presentation, they laid out a very ambitious five-year plan for the company, which we're going to go through and talk about in detail today. Quick date check for you This interview was taped on January 10 2022. And we're releasing it on January 25 2022. So as of right now, the FDA has not approved anything new for Tandem no Mobile bolus that is in front of the FDA, and we'll talk about that and so much more. There were a few questions I didn't have time to get to or that you sent in after the interview. So I sent those to Tandem and I will come back after the interview. I'll update you and answer what I can also after the interview, if you are a health care provider, a diabetes educator and endocrinologist if you work in those offices. And a very specific question for you. Please come back. I'll make it quick. But I need some information. And I know you will can help me. Okay. My guest this week is Tandem Chief Strategy Officer Elizabeth Gasser she says Call me Liz. So I do. Her background isn't in diabetes, it is in strategy and corporate development, working at Qualcomm in their internet services division and at open wave systems, the world's leading Mobile browser provider at that time, and we talk about what it's like to come from that world to this one, I think it's really important to kind of get an idea for these individuals, you know who they are, who are making these decisions that affect so many of us. And of course, we go through that 10 to five year plan product by product.   Liz, welcome to Diabetes Connections. Thank you so much for joining me, we have a lot to talk about today. Thanks for being here.   Elizabeth Gasser  3:24 Oh, my pleasure. I'm excited to chat.   Stacey Simms  3:27 There are a lot of items that Tandem announced in December, there's a lot to go through there. But I wonder if we could start kind of by backing up a little bit I've heard that you Tandem is kind of talking about being less of a hardware company, right, the pump, which will always be there in some way, shape, or form. But thinking more about the software, can we step back a little bit from the products here and talk a little bit more about kind of the philosophy or the vision? Oh, happy   Elizabeth Gasser  3:53 to and if you've watched our R&D day, you'll you'll know that I do enjoy expanding on this particular topic. You know, as with any connected device, the minute you take a piece of hardware, and you give it a cellular connection or or a Wi Fi connection or a connection to the Internet, you've opened up the potential way to do an awful lot of creative things with both data but also with software, it really opens up the potential for continuous update functions and capability. And then also the ability to pull and push data back and forth from a device and and once you've done that, you you really crossed into that that world of the Internet of Things which requires you to be both an excellent hardware company, because you're managing the device, the functions of that device. It's touchpoints through connectivity, but it also requires you to be an excellent software company along the way. And if you look at the Tandem journey over the past five to seven years, you really do see the company's products moving down that pathway. Of course, the pump remains front and center for us it you know, the delivery of insulin is what we do. It's how we bring that therapy benefit to our users. But you also see a start to do things like the ability to update the pump software itself that unlocks new features and functionalities, including the algorithms which we can now continuously update, it allows us to update the different types of devices we integrate with, you'll see we've obviously moved from supporting Dexcom, G5, two, G6, and we're moving to G7. That's all done through software updates. And so it's really hard to be in this space and to be talking about connectivity and connected devices without also embracing the fact that you really are a software company and have to be incredibly good at it to deliver the value that you want to deliver to your customer base.   Stacey Simms  5:59 I do remember years ago, our first pump and I say our work has been he was to when he got it. So it was definitely it was a group effort. But it was the Animas pump. And then a few years or months who remembers after he got that there was an update, where you could bolus from the remote meter. But we had to wait until our insurance would cover until we were up for a new pump. We had to wait I think three and a half years before we could get that. And so when we switched over to Tandem, I think we had the pump for a month when we there was a software update. So it really has changed. And to your point it is it is really remarkable to see that. Let's talk about, as you mentioned, the R&D presentation and some of what's in development. And of course, the usual disclaimer, I am sure that a lot of what we're going to talk about here is in development, it is not FDA approved. So there are limitations, I'm sure about what you can and cannot speak about. And if you can't answer something we totally understand. But let's just jump on in and kind of go through a list here. My listeners are extremely interested in getting some kind of update on the bolus by phone, which is in the FDA hands. But I have to ask you about   Elizabeth Gasser  7:07 I figured you would like the the world is obviously a very unpredictable place these days, not least when it comes to projecting FDA timelines. That said, we still feel very confident and we're planning on an early 2022 approval. So I can't say much more than watch this space. But we're still leaning into the timelines. We talked about it R&D Day and looking at getting this much requested feature to our user base as soon as we can.   Stacey Simms  7:39 Can you share with the rollout process may be? In other words, will it be a simple update to the T Connect app? Will there be some kind of required or prescription required online patient training?   Elizabeth Gasser  7:49 Yeah, happy to and this this kind of ties to the conversation we were just having about, you know, being a software company, right? The introduction of this feature will be straightforward software updates. And so what does that mean? In practical terms, that means updating the iOS or Android Android application to the newest version, which will have the Mobile bolus capability. And at the same time, making sure you do a pump software update so that both sides of that dialogue can happen. And as part of the pumps software update, which happens through the Tandem device updater. There will be some online training, music click through to make sure that they understand the capabilities that we're introducing. And many of our users will be familiar with how you do that.   Stacey Simms  8:33 Would there be a prescription needed for that kind of feature? A   Elizabeth Gasser  8:36 Mobile bonus? Yeah, no,   Stacey Simms  8:39 this may be a silly question. But can you share any details of what Mobile bolus actually means? In other words, I visioned this as Benny will take the his phone out and have full functionality controlling the pump from the phone. Is that accurate?   Elizabeth Gasser  8:53 Yes or no, in that the primary goal of Mobile bolus is to allow for the delivery of a bolus from the phone. So in that sense, you're absolutely right, it will become for most of the day, the app will be the vehicle through which you can interact with the pump the piece, it won't do his full control of the pump. Meaning when you need to go in and look at changing settings, for example, that's not going to be in the Mobile bolus release. That's something that you don't have to do all the time, and can reasonably be done by taking the pump out and using the user interface on the device. As we get to the movie launch. Obviously, that will not have a screen. And so those control features, what we call full control will migrate into the app as well, for the movie pump.   Stacey Simms  9:46 Of course, yes, that makes perfect sense. I'm not going to let myself get too far ahead because boy do I want to ask you about but to just stay on on Mobile bolus for one one or two more questions, but with Mobile bolus are there other There are features that will be on the phone, obviously, it   Elizabeth Gasser  10:03 will marry with the app that currently exists today, right. And so that that is predominantly today, a secondary display tool allows you to see all of the things that are going on with the pump allows you to see blood glucose readings allows you to see insulin on board allows you to see the insulin delivery that you've conducted through the day. And so all of those features will remain. And the focus here really is on augmenting it with the ability to deliver a bolus from the phone. And so that sort of feels like it downplays. No. But it's incredibly, it's an incredibly exciting augmentation, and one that we think is an incredibly important first step towards that for control. Because it is the hardest use case, we have to get that absolutely right.   Stacey Simms  10:49 Will that have share and follow? Is that something that you're working on for down the line? Or is that something that may come sooner? So really   Elizabeth Gasser  10:56 good question. And we do recognize that share follow is incredibly important to our users and their families. Were continuing to look at where explicit share and follow capabilities for on our roadmap and what the best path to implementing that is, in large part because there's a diversity of CGM follow options out there, including our own Sugarmate application, which which can be used for blood glucose monitoring in a follow capacity. And so we don't have roadmap dates to share at this point in time, just know that we're sensitive to figuring out what the best possible implementation is for our customers here. And we want to make sure we're getting as much experience as we can, in the meantime, really understanding how to do good follow. And as I say, we're getting some of that through the Sugarmate app that we're operating, which actually just went live with the Dexcom real time API, right. And so there's a little complexity to thinking through what the best implementation model is. We're working on it and watch this space.   Stacey Simms  12:00 Well, since you brought up Sugarmate, I have to ask with Sugarmate, which is if it's not clear, Tandem owns as you said, many people don't realize that is sugar beet, something that people could use, kind of as a bit of a workaround for a Tandem share and follow or Sugarmate only displays Dexcom data right now.   Elizabeth Gasser  12:18 So today, sugar is explicitly a CGM companion application. It displays data from the Dexcom CGM. Over time we're looking at what features need to be added to that to ensure it delivers the best value proposition to our users. Really interesting   Stacey Simms  12:33 stuff. All right, you segwayed beautifully into my question about Dexcom. How soon after Dexcom G7 is FDA approved, do anticipate it being available on the x two and again, is that a simple software update?   Right back to our conversation, but first Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dexcom. just about to talk about there. And one of the most common questions I get is about helping children become more independent. You know, those transitional times are very tricky elementary school to middle school middle to high school you get but I'm talking about using the Dexcom has made a big difference. For us. It is not all about sharing follow. I mean, that is very helpful. But think about how much easier it is for a middle schooler to just look at their Dexcom rather than do four to five finger sticks at school, or for a second grader to show their care team the number before Jim at one point, but he was up to 10 finger sticks a day and sometimes more and not having to do that makes his management a lot easier for him. It's also a lot easier to spot the trends and use the technology to give your kids more independence. Find out more at diabetes connections.com and click on the Dexcom logo. And now back to Liz I just asked about tandems planned integration of Dexcom G7 when it is approved and released.   Elizabeth Gasser  13:53 We are intending to implement Dexcom G7 With both pump models so that means X2 and that means Mobi, down the road, our current goal, and this remains our goal is to deliver that within a quarter of FDA approval of the G7. And in terms of how they gets rolled out. I mean, it's very consistent with the software conversation we were just having right. The beauty of the software model is you know, as that gets approved, and as the implementation is ready, we'll be making it available to customers through a simple software update.   Stacey Simms  14:26 Let's move on and talk about the December R&D presentation where this large plan, I think very ambitious and exciting was laid out for the next five years. And we've already mentioned a couple of the products. We're going to go through it in some more detail, but I am curious kind of, you know just what it was like that day and if you didn't see it or hear it, I can link up the video. I'm assuming that it's still up there. But I guess I'm asking this is what were you all talking about that day? There were so many people involved in the presentation, kind of doing handoffs and saying, here's the product, here's the software, here's the philosophy, it had to be a big deal. Tandem had to be a lot of relief when all the technology worked. And everybody got their presentations through with it. You were done.   Elizabeth Gasser  15:07 Oh, absolutely. I couldn't agree more with that sense of it was momentous. And certainly at the end of it, we're all pretty tired. But no, it was, it was exhilarating, too. And I think, you know, we spend a lot of time because of because we're in a regulated space, we spend a lot of time talking day to day about the here and now the stuff that's approved, the stuff that's in market, and the reality is a lot of what we shared R&D day we've been working on for a while now. And you know, some of it's been skunkworks. Some of it's been more formal programs, you know, you just ticking along. And it was really exciting to have a vehicle to share a lot of that thinking and a lot of that innovation that we get to see day in day out. But we don't always get to tell the world about because of the rules and regulations in our space.   Stacey Simms  15:59 Alright, let's talk about it as much as we can. You've mentioned Mobi several times, this had been referred to and I had been told this was not gonna be the name. So we didn't know that. But this had been formally referred to as T-Sport. Now, it is Tandem Mobi. Can you go through the features? Can you go through what this product is?   Elizabeth Gasser  16:19 Absolutely. Where to start? First at it. It's the world's smallest durable pump. So if you're familiar with with the X2, it's half the size, that's really small, durable, four year lifespan hardware. So that in and of itself is exciting. In terms of where we go with the software on top of Mobi, it's going to support Control IQ. So same great algorithm that's in market today, it will be deployed on on both pumps in the same way. And so we get to bring that algorithm across the entire portfolio when Mobi launches, it will be controlled by phone as we were talking about earlier. And that means full control at this point in time, obviously, because there's no screen on the device itself. So what does that mean? Everything you need to do to interact with the pump settings, whether it's bolusing, whether it's looking at your statistics throughout the day, that will come from the phone, it will be charged inductively, which that you know, not something you don't really focus on. But that's that's pretty cool. With we're getting used to wireless charging for all of our consumer electronics devices not having to hunt around for a cord to plug it in. That's what we're doing with with Mobi as well. It'll sit on a little charging station, very easy, very straightforward, less pieces to worry about on pump bolus button. And this one we think is a little differentiated. Certainly in the on body arena, I think it will be the only one only pump out there of this size that has the option to fall back to a button push on the pump just to make sure because obviously, when you are interacting with your pump solely through a phone, we need to build in some measure of failsafe fallback, right if you find himself without the phone, and needs to bolus. And then lastly, waterproof. We're going to support waterproof capabilities through IPX8, which I think is pretty competitive. So lots of stuff packed into a really, really tiny device.   Stacey Simms  18:25 I'm sorry, what is IPX? Eight mean?   Elizabeth Gasser  18:28 The best way to articulate it, it's really just the standards we comply with and IPX eight means fully waterproof, you'll be able to swim and shower with it.   Stacey Simms  18:36 One question about Mobi is I'm trying to visualize how it connects. My understanding is that it uses the standard pumping fusion set that like my son's Tslim currently uses, is that correct? It just sits closer to the body.   Elizabeth Gasser  18:51 That is correct. The Mobi pump will work with the Tandem portfolio of infusion sets. And with the Mobi pump launch, we will also be introducing a shorter infusion set that four or five inches long, that allows for greater diversity of wear options.   Stacey Simms  19:09 I'm so fascinated to see how this works because I'm a very visual person. So he could put it on like my son could put it on his arm and it kind of dangles off. Does it also stick to the body in a way? Or does it just kind of hang there on the tubing, the tiny tubing   Elizabeth Gasser  19:24 work, we're working on the accessories to allow for a diversity of wear options, whether the belt clips or sleeves or a body worn adhesive patch through which you can that you can pop the pump into. So there's a variety of places you can push   Stacey Simms  19:39 it interesting, alright. And like I said, I will link up so you can you can really dial down if you want to and see all of the features of everything we're going to talk about. But just for time limitations, we're not able to go through every single thing. Let's move on to the T slim x three that seemed to be next in the pipeline. What is that?   Elizabeth Gasser  19:55 x three. That's the next iteration for the T slim X To pump. And really the focus there is to continue really honing the capabilities of the T slim form factor, right. And so we recognize that over time t slim continues to play a role in the portfolio, many of our users will continue to want a pump with a built in user interface. And so really the x three programs emphasis is on further developing the processor capabilities of that device, looking at battery life, looking at durability, reliability, looking at wireless software update capabilities, really to make sure that the T slim x two kind of line has continued vibrancy as part of the portfolio over time. And we're making the appropriate investments to support the diversity of software and user interfaces that we want to bring to the portfolio at large. So   Stacey Simms  20:54 right now, it sounds like the changes you're talking about aren't something that, you know, I would look at the pump and say that is significantly different, right? Or that works completely did you've changed at all, it's making small improvements and things that the user, frankly, may not notice? Or will they're, you know, things will just run better, like you said battery life, that sort of thing. Are there significant changes that you could think of that would be coming to the pump itself?   Elizabeth Gasser  21:16 Oh, no, that's absolutely right. I think this one's a little fun for me, because I come from the consumer electronics space, originally and spent 20 years you know, working on phones. And as you think about the types of releases, you do with consumer electronics, year to year, a lot of them are under the hood, that it's really focused on making it connect better, giving it more horsepower, making the battery last longer. And those things aren't always visible on the surface to a user, but may manifest through the quality of the user experience they get from interacting with that device.   Stacey Simms  21:50 The next product is Mobi tubeless. We've talked about what Mobi is, I'm assuming this means know to tell me a little bit about Mobile tubeless. This is   Elizabeth Gasser  22:01 a certain creativity and the naming convention there isn't so   Stacey Simms  22:06 we shouldn't laugh. It's a very big deal. It's a very big deal.   Elizabeth Gasser  22:09 No, I say that affectionately. And look, it's back to the conversation we were having on kind of the Mobi, shorter infusion set and different Bodywear options, more ways to air Mobi, right, we recognize that not everyone ultimately wants a pump with a tube. And so we've been pushing ourselves to say, okay, how can we improve the wearability and the wear option, so that we're reaching the broadest possible base of customers here. And, and this one's kind of an example of the things that we've had in the hopper for a while that not everyone gets to see, we took a little trip in the Wayback Machine and dusted off some of our earliest thinking on movie here. And maybe a tubeless infusion site option has been in our minds for a while. And so we felt it was the right time to bring that idea back to look at how to make it a reality as we get closer to the official launch of Mobi. And so this sits in the roadmap for Mobi as additional ways to utilize and engage with the product. And hopefully, it will give users choices, right? Some days, I don't want to wear my pump on my body, I might want to have it in my pocket and connect via a standard infusion site. Other days, I may be a little more active and find a really need to have a have a tubeless wear option, we get rid of the tube, the goal for us is to satisfy all of those use cases.   Stacey Simms  23:34 And then the last one is the completely disposable patch pump that's in the pipeline. Is this a different form factor than Mobi? Is it a different design? Or is it similar?   Elizabeth Gasser  23:44 So this is a different program? I can absolutely share that. I can't say a whole lot. This is one we want to keep fairly tight under wraps for competitive reasons. But the emphasis there is is very much on miniaturization. Got it. Can we really push the design envelope here on form factor for the device?   Stacey Simms  24:06 You know, it's so interesting. We've been in this community as a family for 15 years. So now you're certainly not as long as many other people but in that time, we've seen and heard a lot of products, right? We've heard about new things coming. We've seen some really great advancements, we see things go away. This is a very ambitious portfolio that we're looking at and five years is it doesn't seem like a long time really certainly as I get older, it seems less than less. Seems everything's going more and more quickly. But a lot can happen in five years is the is the plan here that all of these products will exist together. As you said, you know, the movie tubeless you kind of made it sound like I might be able to take out my Tandem movie with the longer tube and then switch to the tubeless another day is the idea that all of these would exist side by side.   Elizabeth Gasser  24:50 That's a great question, Stacey. I think the best way to answer that is to really reflect on the fact that we do fundamentally believe the day Diabetes space and particularly insulin dependent diabetes is a far more segmented market than every industry analysis would lead us to believe. You know, we often talk about type one and type two, as if those are the only segmentations that are relevant, we do actually think there's various needs, that we should appropriately be segmenting around, including, where preference form factor and user and interface size. And so as we look at the portfolio, we're really looking at how we can satisfy the broadest array of user needs. That may mean there is on occasion, some overlap in functionality between different products that sit in the mix. But the goal is really to provide the right device for the right group at the right time. And so as we think about where we go from here, the roadmap as we have sketched it out, for the 22 to 27 period really is very much about a tube pump offering with a screen, that's Tslim X2, a smaller form factor, more discreet phone operated screen, this option in the form of Mobi and there, the goal really is to create as diverse an array of wear options as we can to satisfy the needs of different user groups and their day to day activities, and then pass that as you think about the idea of a passionate disposable patch that exists as a third category that overtime will, we'll have to see how these different offerings play out with the segments that they're serving, and they are likely to coexist.   Stacey Simms  26:39 So interesting. As we begin to kind of wrap this up, I did have a couple of questions from listeners I wanted to get to, and one of them was about control IQ, frankly, and any changes coming. In other words, we had heard a lot about changing the adjustable, changing the target rates lower than 160 and 180, that they are right now not the target rates. That's when the pump takes action, that kind of thing. And I remember hearing that there was something in front of the FDA, I don't know how much you can share. But can you talk to us about changes coming to control like you, yeah, happy to   Elizabeth Gasser  27:09 talk about the design goals. In terms of control IQ today, it's delivering great outcomes. And in its current instantiation, I think one of the things that's helpful to understand about algorithms is that they're all going to work in different ways. It's like chocolate chip cookie recipes. If you think about it, lots of people have them, but it's how you put the pieces together and in what order and it's the secret sauce that affects how it tastes. Similarly, with algorithms, a lot of it comes down to how you put it together. And it's not always practical to compare from one to another. The real test is, you know, are you getting users to where they need to be in terms of, you know, being able to achieve their time and range goals, for example. So I think it's worth wrapping your head around that idea upfront. Now, having said that, for the control IQ roadmap, our next development frontier really is very much around personalization, and usability. While we're not going to get into very specific, you know, roadmap feature intersections at this time, we're exploring quite a bit here. And Jordan alluded to this a little bit in our R&D Day discussion, part of personalization for us does include exploring lower target ranges, and personalized target ranges, and looking at what it would take to deliver on those capabilities.   Stacey Simms  28:32 Here's a real speculative question that I don't expect you to answer. I'm hearing in the DIY space, that more and more people are coming up with algorithms that don't need meal announcements, or don't even need meal boluses. Is that something that Tandem is working on for an algorithm? Or I guess the real personal question is, could you please Liz, help me because my son forgets to bolus for many meals. He's 17. He's very independent. But oh my gosh, when I see people working on things like that, I just feel like that would be life changing.   Elizabeth Gasser  29:05 Yeah, mail handling unannounced meals on lounge consumption. Yeah, it's the hardest thing to confirm it with the algorithm here. It is fair to say that as part of our ongoing roadmap explorations, we are looking at what it means to improve unannounced meal handling.   Stacey Simms  29:24 I'll take it. I'll take it. Thank you. Another question came up about new infusion sets. And you had mentioned this, you touched on this briefly, but we talked to folks at ConvaTec who make many of the infusion sets and they were talking about longer life improvements to the cannulas or those sorts of things coming to Tandem. Yeah, so we   Elizabeth Gasser  29:46 did talk a little bit about our goals here. During R&D day. You know, it is only one piece of the system but we do recognize infusion set issues can be a real pain point for customers and so we have programs IPs that are ongoing. Some of them are internal driven by us. Some of them are in conjunction with our partners working on a diversity of things. Some of it is extended wear time, which we know is important. But we're also looking at insertion, ease and usability there, we're looking at how to reduce infusion site failures, specifically around occlusions, obviously continuing to look at things like adhesives, reduction of material waste. And so this one, it's a pretty diverse view that we're taking. It's not all necessarily anchored solely in the idea of extended wear, I can't give you any specific breaking news in terms of you know, what we're coming up with and the products we'd like to bring to market. But this one we're paying serious attention to, we recognize that our customers want to see progression here.   Stacey Simms  30:57 Yeah, I have been amazed since day one of pumping, I feel like the infusion sets have, at least for us, and everybody is different. And everybody's skin is different. Everybody's insertion technique is different, which is part of the problem. But you know, I've just been amazed to me, that has always been the weakest link of pumping. And the idea that I'm using pretty much the exact same infusion set that I put on my son's body 15 years ago, just with all the advances that we've had to me, that's the one that needs much more attention. So I'm really, really glad to hear you're working on that. Alright, so this is not a question. But this was a thought that ran through many of the comments. Many people wanted to say, thank you for getting this is terrible. Thank you for getting control IQ through the FDA before COVID. Because oh my gosh, nothing has happened since like, this was approved, what December of 2019. And many people started getting it I think the earliest was January of 2020. And the diabetes community it feels like very little, although there have been there have been approvals. But it feels like everything is moving so slowly now. So I'm sure Tandem is happy about that. But I know the community as well. So I'm not sure if I can even ask you to answer. There's no question there. But thank you.   Elizabeth Gasser  32:05 Oh, I'm not sure there's any good answers there either. Stacey, I certainly applaud the the yeoman's work going on at the FDA to manage through this crisis. And certainly while it's frustrating to have extended approval cycles, and yes, in retrospect, a blessing that we secured approval prior to COVID. I can't do anything but feel respect, admiration and a little bit of sympathy for our friends at the FDA. Yeah. And   Stacey Simms  32:35 again, I don't know if you can answer something like this. Have you heard that they are they're kind of making their way through it just seems like there was such a log jam, I understandably so any feeling any word that they are kind of clearing the deck, so   Elizabeth Gasser  32:47 to speak? I don't think it's my place to comment on my workflow there. I   Unknown Speaker  32:50 tried. You can we do have good   Elizabeth Gasser  32:52 back and forth with the FDA, you communicate with them regularly. And so they continue to engage with the industry constructively, productively.   Stacey Simms  33:02 Alright, before I let you go, you don't live with diabetes, as you said at the very beginning, you know, you come from a software background and that sort of thing. But what is it like to come from that and work in in diabetes, where the work that you do I mean, here I am complaining about infusion sets, and, you know, change the bolus, from what you know, before it reaches 180? You know, we're talking about all of these little things add up to such quality of life issues for people, you know, what does it been like for you to work in this space?   Elizabeth Gasser  33:28 That's a great question. It's one that I think you're the first person to ask me to reflect on. You know, I think it is both sobering and invigorating, sobering because, you know, when you come from a world that's, you know, focusing on clicks and engagement and eyeballs, and consumption of media, you can get lost in the little things, and really stepping back and recognizing just the enormity of what type 1 diabetes is, and the burden it places on people's lives, day to day, and feeling like I can show up to work and even in a little way, help with that. That's sobering and profoundly rewarding. It's also invigorating, because, you know, coming from a consumer electronics environment, you see what's possible with the technology as it exists today, and many of those technologies have not yet come to medical devices in a very fulsome way. And so I certainly get out of bed day in day out wondering how we can help therapy benefit from all of the innovation that is going on, in the consumer electronics world, right. You know, we have thermostats that manage our home temperature for us. We have self driving cars we have on demand consumption services that you know, help us get our groceries and plan our meals. I don't mean to trivialize the differences that are involved in translate I think that to medical devices, but I also think as you look at that and say, Come on, we should demand that level of ease of use in what we're doing here as well. And so that that's profoundly motivating.   Stacey Simms  35:13 That's great. Well, thank you so much for sharing so much information for answering what you could answer. And I hope we talk again soon. My pleasure.   Elizabeth Gasser  35:21 Thank you, Stacey.   Stacey Simms  35:27 You're listening to Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms more information at diabetes connections.com, including the link to the research and development presentation. If you'd like to watch that or just listen to it, I will link that up over on the website along with the transcription. I really appreciate your patience with the transcriptions. I think we do a great job. But my transcription software doesn't speak diabetes, I try to teach it but it is a little unreliable. That way we go through and try to catch the big stuff. But if you do see anything egregious, or very confusing, please let me know. And I can pretty easily fix that. I want to take a moment and address a couple of the questions that we ran out of time with Tandem or your questions came in late. I'm going to do that in just a moment. But first, I mentioned at the beginning of the show that I had a question for healthcare providers, I have a question for you, I have a favor to ask of you. You may have heard me talk about Club 1921. I mentioned it right at the beginning of the show, I'm only talking about if you're at the end of some of the podcast episodes, and in the Facebook group, we are in beta. It is my new project. It's all about events in the diabetes community nationwide, any type of diabetes anywhere in the United States. I need your help, because it's very easy for me to find the big events, right friends for life, JDRF, even ADA stuff online. What I would like to add to the website, and what I think will be vital to its success are all of the events going on in your hospitals. Almost every hospital has a nutrition program for people with type two, an education program for gestational diabetes, things like that. They can be virtual, they can be in person, but I need to find those programs, I need to get into those hospitals, I need to reach the people who want to add those events. This is not a community calendar, where I hope a couple of groups post their events. And we all go from there. I want this to grow into a site where 1000s of people with diabetes, any type of diabetes, find their community find help find what's being offered. And I know that these hospitals want to connect with these folks. So if you could help me do that point me in the right directions to meet with the association's it doesn't have to be one on one with hospital systems, although that would be great, too. But whatever you think might be a help, I would really appreciate it, you can email me Stacey at diabetes connections.com, you can message me on social media, thank you so much, because this will only succeed if we reach out beyond the community that we are already talking to. So thanks. Okay, let's get to the kind of leftover questions from Tandem, the most common one had to do with international rollout. And I unfortunately, I don't really have any good answers for you. I'll tell you what Tandem said I asked specifically about Australia, I had two people who emailed me asking about what is going on in Australia with the rollout of Control, IQ, nevermind all these other features. And they just said we do not have an update at this time. And then asking about other international markets. So let me read that response in full Tandem says we have launched in a large majority of the international markets, and we're near to medium term focuses on ensuring we work to make our technology broadly available to these customers. We don't have anything to disclose with regard to additional markets at this time. So I know not the answer you were hoping for. I will keep asking on this one. And I do apologize, we are a very US centric podcast because I am US centric. But I appreciate the reminder. And I will try to keep that focused and you know on my list of questions as we move forward with lots of different technology this year. And then I had also asked them about changes to the current controller queue algorithm. I had asked during the interview if it could take action at a lower number than 160, which is where it jumps up to basil and 180 where it gives an auto bolus at 60% of the bolus rate that the person programs in and Liz did answer that question in the abstract, but I wish I had pushed on it. So I followed up because I thought I had heard that Tandem had already submitted a change on that to the FDA. They responded quote, as Liz mentioned in the interview, we are working on personalization features which include lower targets and thresholds. We've begun to engage the FDA and started our design work, but we're not currently providing any of the feature details and quote, I will add this editorial comment. Every pump company I talked to has started out saying we're going to have lower ranges, we're going to have tighter ranges, we're going to have customizable ranges and every time it hits the FDA that kind of starts to change set You know, Omnipod, if you'll go back and listen to the interviews from two or three years ago, they were going to submit with I think it was 80 to 100 as one of their ranges. And that didn't happen they've submitted with higher ranges, just like Tandem did. I think, again, this is my speculation, I think these will all gradually come down. But if you are looking now for tighter control with these hybrid closed loops, you might want to go the DIY route. Although if you keep your pump in sleep mode, you know you're sleeping beauties with Tandem it's trying to keep you at like one 12.5 The whole time you just have to remember to bolus which works beautifully for some people, and not at all for the person in my house.   Okay, before I let you go quick look ahead. Of course in the news is every Wednesday we do that live on Facebook, and YouTube and I added LinkedIn this week. My goodness, we're also live on Instagram a little bit later, still can't do all of that at once we're working on it. And then I turned that into an audio podcast episode that is released on Fridays, upcoming longer format shows we'll cover more technology including a new pump called Sigi. We've also got some really interesting community interviews. What is it like right now when you live with type one, but you also live with another autoimmune condition that makes it very difficult to get a COVID vaccine. And I'm going to be talking to some of the Joslin medalists who are this is a theme right living longer with type one and the issues that have cropped up for them that nobody really far, we would have to think about so I'm excited about that and so much more. Thank you as always to my editor John Bukenas from audio editing solutions. Thank you so much for listening. I'm Stacey Simms. I'll see you back here soon until then, be kind to yourself.   Benny  41:48 Diabetes Connections is a production of Stacey Simms media. All rights reserved. All wrongs avenged    

Tech Writer koduje
#38 Tech Writer walczy z hakerami, czyli jak zadbać o bezpieczeństwo dokumentacji

Tech Writer koduje

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 46:12


Stare porzekadło "Tańcz jakby nikt nie patrzył" niestety nie sprawdzi się w kontekście dokumentacji. Tech Writer powinien raczej stosować zasadę "Szyfruj wszystko tak jakby cały świat chciał przeczytać to co masz do ukrycia". Z Mateuszem Olejarką, specjalistą w zakresie bezpieczeństwa aplikacji webowych, rozmawiamy o tym na co powinniśmy zwracać uwagę w procesie tworzenia dokumentacji, żeby była ona bezpieczna. Dowiecie się gdzie czyhają potencjalne zagrożenia i jak sobie z nimi radzić. Dźwięki wykorzystane w audycji pochodzą z kolekcji "107 Free Retro Game Sounds" dostępnej na stronie https://dominik-braun.net, udostępnianej na podstawie licencji Creative Commons license CC BY 4.0. Informacje dodatkowe: Amazon S3: https://aws.amazon.com/s3/ "README.md, czyli historia zbyt pomocnego pliku": http://techwriter.pl/readme-md-czyli-historia-zbyt-pomocnego-pliku/ SmartDeblur: http://smartdeblur.net/ Fake Name Generator: https://www.fakenamegenerator.com/ DumpsterDiver: https://github.com/securing/DumpsterDiver MD5: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/MD5 "Security agencies leak sensitive data by failing to sanitize PDF files": https://therecord.media/security-agencies-leak-sensitive-data-by-failing-to-sanitize-pdf-files/ FOCA (Fingerprinting Organizations with Collected Archives): https://github.com/ElevenPaths/FOCA "FBI used Instagram, an Etsy review, and LinkedIn to identify a protestor accused of arson": https://www.theverge.com/2020/6/18/21295301/philadelphia-protester-arson-identified-social-media-etsy-instagram-linkedin "What is typosquatting and how typosquatting attacks are responsible for malicious modules in npm": https://snyk.io/blog/typosquatting-attacks/ Cross Site Scripting (XSS): https://owasp.org/www-community/attacks/xss/ Wayback Machine: https://web.archive.org/ Okta: https://www.okta.com/ Single Page Application (SPA): https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single_Page_Application JSON Web Token (JWT): https://jwt.io/ Non-disclosure agreement (NDA): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-disclosure_agreement Kevin Mitnick: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Mitnick Profil Mateusza Olejarki na LinkedIn: https://pl.linkedin.com/in/molejarka

The Don Tony Show / Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite
Q&A w/ Don Tony Live Stream 1/6/22

The Don Tony Show / Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 148:59


Q&A With Don Tony (EP51) brought to you by Blue Wire (http://www.bluewirepods.com). Thank you to everyone who joined DT live. Lots of live Q&A with awesome topics of conversation. Running Time: 2 Hours 27 Minutes. Topics Discussed (With Time Stamps): Show opening + Happy Birthday to Don Tony's Dad, who turns 73! (0:00) Announcement regarding future Q&A With Don Tony live stream episodes (8:20) Best wishes go out to Angel Garza, who has Covid-19 (13:57) Awesome news: Roman Reigns is cleared to return to WWE SmackDown 1/7/22 (13:57) Positive news for Rey Fenix, who suffered a dislocated elbow, not a broken arm (16:34) Wrestler injured at AEW Rampage (1/7/22) tapings. Click timestamp for injury spoiler (22:49) WALTER wrestling his last match for NXT UK. Should he appear on NXT, Raw or SmackDown? (27:00) Addressing the 'Ring Of Denial' by those insisting NXT Black and Gold remain (32:34) Addressing the moronic click bait WWE is firing all Triple H hires from NXT (39:18) The Triple H 2016 quote that kills the 'WWE is killing Triple H's legacy' claim floating around (43:40) Additional WWE releases: Samoa Joe, Road Dogg and Gabe Sapolsky (51:15) Samoa Joe's use during his 2nd return was the complete opposite direction of NXT 2.0 (1:01:28) NXT not doing house shows + pandemic + recession = WWE streamlining NXT & staff (1:03:38) Petey Williams signs WWE deal as a producer (1:06:18) Take note no investors are questioning streamlining of NXT & Performance Center (1:14:15) Superchat questions and comments (1:27:50) WWE returning to Saudi Arabia 2/19/22 (1:37:46) Wayback Machine Flashback: DT exposes 2004 Divas Search 'Christy / Carmella' fraud (1:49:50) Wayback Machine 2003 Flashback: DT exposes Gabe Sapolsky compares 9/11 to ROH (2:01:05) Wayback Machine 2003 Flashback: Nude WWE women including Mae Young! (2:02:02) Wayback Machine 2003 Flashback: Exposing 2003 Divas Search Winner Jaime Koeppe (2:04:15) Showing appreciation for Dixie Carter, who should be celebrated more in wrestling (2:14:20) What would have happened to Undertaker's career if 'The Deadman' was never created? (2:15:19) Show close (2:17:40) ==== CLICK HERE to listen to Q&A w/ DON TONY (#51) 1/6/2022 online. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE to download the AUDIO episode of Q&A w/ DON TONY (#51) 1/6/2022 CLICK HERE to WATCH the VIDEO episode of Q&A w/ DON TONY (#51) 1/6/2022 CLICK HERE to access previous episodes for all the shows! ==== UPCOMING SHOW SCHEDULE: Your next episode of 'The Don Tony Show' will air Saturday January 8, 2022 LIVE at 8:05PM EST Your next episode of 'The Sit-Down With Don Tony' will air Sunday January 9, 2022 LIVE at 8:05PM EST Your next episode of 'Breakfast Soup RAW' will air Monday January 10, 2022 LIVE at 11:05PM EST Your next episode of the 'Breakfast Soup VIPatreon' will air Tuesday January 11, 2022 LIVE on Patreon Discord Channel at 10:05PM EST Your next episode of the 'Wednesday Night Don-O-Mite' will air Wednesday January 12, 2022 LIVE at 10:05PM EST Your next episode of 'Q&A With Don Tony' will air Thursday January 13, 2022 LIVE at a NEW TIME: 8:05PM EST ==== CHECK OUT THE DON TONY SHOW ON THESE PLATFORMS: CLICK HERE FOR PANDORA CLICK HERE FOR STITCHER CLICK HERE FOR ITUNES CLICK HERE FOR PODBEAN CLICK HERE FOR IHEARTRADIO CLICK HERE FOR APPLE & ANDROID APPS CLICK HERE FOR DON TONY MERCHANDISE! ==== SOCIAL MEDIA / WEBSITE / CONTACT INFO: Twitter: https://twitter.com/dontonyd Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dontony Facebook: https://facebook.com/dontonyshow Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/dontonyshow YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/dontony Website: http://www.dontony.com Business Contact: dontony@dontony.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tab Talk
TT14 - Siege Mentality, Paid Accountability, The School of Life, The Wayback Machine, LinkedIn?

Tab Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 54:16


https://www.commitaction.com/ (James) most people just cant be motivated maybe good for soloproneurs $300 a month can check in on you if you cant keep motivated yourself https://www.theschooloflife.com (Colin) Printed DTC product - not some whitelabel products Books. prints, games Generally trying to get deeper https://www.web.archive.org (Oren) Anything on the internet, with screenshots Great for banned websites, websites that had redesigns, and old tumblrs Nice to show copyright infringement as well Nothing on the internet really dies https://lempod.com/ (James) Does this help you grow on linkedin? Is linkedin even a worthwhile channel?

The Cryptid Catalog - Scary Stories for Kids
4: The Legend of The Loch Ness Monster

The Cryptid Catalog - Scary Stories for Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 32:01


Welcome to 2022! We kick things off with one of the worlds most beloved cryptid's!  If you have a cryptid you want us to cover, or have a story where you encountered something strange SEND US YOUR STORY! We would love to read it on a future episode!  Email us at: thecryptidcatalog@gmail.com Sources: [1] Caution-https://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/news/report-of-strange-spectacle-on-loch-ness-in-1933-leaves-unanswered-question-what-was-it-139582/ < Caution-https://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/news/report-of-strange-spectacle-on-loch-ness-in-1933-leaves-unanswered-question-what-was-it-139582/ >  Archived < Caution-https://web.archive.org/web/20200221183348/Caution-https://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/news/report-of-strange-spectacle-on-loch-ness-in-1933-leaves-unanswered-question-what-was-it-139582/ >  21 February 2020 at the Wayback Machine < Caution-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayback_Machine > , Report of strange spectacle on Loch Ness in 1933 leaves unanswered question - what was it? [2] "Is this the Loch Ness Monster?". Inverness Courier. 4 August 1933.

The Blogging Millionaire
Link Building Tactics that Deliver Higher Rankings - Part 3

The Blogging Millionaire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 15:31


Here are the links mentioned in this episode. GoDaddy Auctions:https://auctions.godaddy.com/ Screenshot of Advanced GoDaddy Auction Search Filters:https://www.rankiq.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/gd-filters.png Mass Domain Authority Checker:https://www.prepostseo.com/domain-authority-checker Wayback Machine:https://archive.org/web/

The Pat Flynn Show
Old School Fitness Advice w/ Dan John

The Pat Flynn Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 53:24


Pat and Dan enter the Wayback Machine to dust the cobwebs off Old School Fitness advice that is super relevant even today. 

Niche Website Builders Show
Gael Breton from Authority Hacker on strategies for building 6 figure-sites

Niche Website Builders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 69:04


In this episode of the Niche Website Builders Podcast, Mark Mars talks to Gael Breton from Authority Hacker, who produces high-quality courses for content site builders as well as managing their own website portfolio. Gael shares Authority Hackers' strategies for building, growing, and selling six-figure content sites. Also, he discusses the benefits of using expired/aged domains and why paying for links is inevitable with modern-day SEO. Links: Authority Hacker - https://www.authorityhacker.com/ Authority Hacker on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/authorityhacker Authority Hacker Podcast - https://www.authorityhacker.com/show/ Ahrefs - http://ahrefs.com/ Wayback Machine - https://archive.org/web/ SpamZilla - https://www.spamzilla.io/ Niche Website Builders Blog - https://www.nichewebsite.builders/niche-empire-project/ Niche Website Builders: Aged Domains - https://www.nichewebsite.builders/domains Niche Website Builders: Resources - https://www.nichewebsite.builders/resources Niche Website Builders - https://www.nichewebsite.builders/ Niche Website Builders Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/niche-website-builders/id1548013326 Niche Website Builders on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDX_rVwDP_IQVx1tjn_h8dQ Niche Website Builders on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/nichewebsitebuilders/ Niche Website Builders' Email - team@nichewebsite.builders

Insight On Business the News Hour
The Business News Headlines 27 December 2021

Insight On Business the News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 11:00


Welcome back and we hope you had a meaningful Christmas Weekend. Us? We were here sharing some of the best long-form business interviews of the past several years and doing our Sunday Business Week in Review on News/Talk 1540 KXEL in Iowa. No rest for the wicked...huh?  Here's what we have for you today: Strong retail data out moved the markets; Thousands of flights cancelled and why; McDonald's rationing French Fries? Oh, and selling Quarter Pounders with cheese for $1.34? Some other fast food news from Taco Bell; What's with the engine fires in Kia and Hyundai vehicles? Some COVID news from the banking world; The Wall Street Report and some data you should know; Nope, we're not done with you and your vaccine and Apple shuts down all their stores...where?  NYC Those stories plus we climb into our Way-Back Machine to listen to a remarkable conversation about getting consumers "emotionally engaged" with your product or service. My guest is Gabor George Burt and we'll dig deep into how to make this happen and why it's important for your business. To listen, just click here.  Thanks for listening! The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.

The 80s Movies Podcast
Christmas 1981 at the Movies

The 80s Movies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 41:50


On this episode, film critic and historian Edward A. Havens III takes his Wayback Machine back forty years, to look back at the movies you could have seen after Christmas dinner in 1981. ----more---- The movies covered during this episode include (released in 1981, unless otherwise noted): Absence of Malice (Sydney Pollack) Arthur (Steve Gordon) Atlantic City (Louis Malle) Buddy Buddy (Billy Wilder) Chariots of Fire (Hugh Hudson) Cinderella (1950, Clyde Geronimi and Hamilton Luske and Wilfred Jackson) Four Friends (Arthur Penn) The French Lieutenant's Woman (Karel Reisz) Gallipoli (Peter Weir) Ghost Story (John Irvin) Heartbeeps (Allan Arkush) Modern Problems (Ken Shapiro) Montenegro (Dušan Makavejev) My Dinner With Andre (Louis Malle) Napoleon (1927, Abel Gance) Neighbors (John G. Avildsen) On Golden Pond (Mark Rydell) Only When I Laugh (Glenn Jordan) Pennies from Heaven (Herbert Ross) Ragtime (Miloš Forman) Raiders of the Lost Ark (Steven Spielberg) Reds (Warren Beatty) Rollover (Alan J. Pakula) Sharkey's Machine (Burt Reynolds) Taps (Harold Becker) They All Laughed (Peter Bogdanovich) Time Bandits (Terry Gilliam) Whose Life Is It Anyway? (John Badham)

Masters of Community with David Spinks
The Community Wayback Machine with Howard Rheingold

Masters of Community with David Spinks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 57:03


In this episode of Masters of Community, we speak with Howard Rheingold, a veteran of the art of community, a writer, and a teacher known for his insights on the cultural, social, and political implications of technology. Howard pioneered the term “virtual community” by first speaking and educating students at Harvard University about the issues of using social media at scale. This episode is all about lessons from the origins of community, back when the internet barely existed. Howard takes us back to the good-ol' days of in-person-only communities. We examine why communities form in real life and how businesses can help sustain communities around their products and customers. Lastly, we talk about what the future of community looks like. Who is this episode for? Community professionals (beginners and experienced) and community historians. Three key takeaways: 1. The common thread of community: Long before the internet arrived, people gathered in groups to support each other during difficult times and to party. All the feelings of mutual aid, love, hate, and companionship have always been a part of our society in different ways. When online communities - such as Facebook, Twitter, or Clubhouse - evolved, it initially made people uncomfortable because “talking to strangers online” was considered weird. Online groups have now become synonymous with the idea of community and our social identity. 2. Why communities form: People coalesce into communities to gain knowledge capital, social capital, and communion. Every piece of knowledge shared could give you ten times more knowledge in return. If you are there for people in need, they will be there for you when you need them. This persists outside of formal frameworks like laws, families, and professional teams. Finding people with whom you share an innate emotional bond is also a major driver and indeed a true indicator of community. 3. Turning transactional conversations into business communities: Start by answering basic insight questions about members, the reasons behind forming the community, and a plan behind managing it. Pay experienced moderators/hosts to ensure that they are not the only ones maintaining decorum and that the first-time participants come back to engage repeatedly. Notable Quotes: 1. “My really simple definition of a community is a group of people who share something in common who communicate regularly. So that could be face-to-face or it could be [online].” 2. “Long before dating apps, how did people find dates? They went to bars and talked to strangers. How different it is to say ‘I'm interested in butterfly collecting. Who else is interested in butterfly collecting?” 3. “Social capital does not automatically happen. It's something that you have to build. You have to give out to others before others will give to you and you have to knit something together.” 4. “Facebook groups [are good in that there are] groups for parents of children with rare diseases and other kinds of mutual aid. But I think you are also exposed to a lot of misinformation, disinformation, and hate through the same platform.” 5. “In good communities, it's not just the professionals who are paid to do so. They cultivate an atmosphere where people want to have a more diverse community and the larger community enlarges their prospects as well. So everybody should be a welcomer and a helper.” 6. “You're not going to have a community unless you can convince the people who first come to not only continue, but to invite their friends.” Answers to rapid-fire questions: 1. If you could only eat one kind of food for the rest of your life, what would it be? Apricots and avocados. 2. What's your favorite book to give as a gift to others? One of Ursula K. Le Guin's books. 3. The wildest community story? Bringing back a sick member of the Wells community from Nepal back to the US by jumping through bureaucratic hoops and using social capital to find assistance. 4. Have you ever worn socks with sandals? Must have worn it at some point in the past. 5. What's your go-to community engagement, tactic, or conversation starter? Finding what people are interested in and how many people are interested in the same thing. 6. Who in the world of the community would you most like to take out to lunch? Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg out to lunch to tell them what a horrible, horrible thing they're doing to the world. 7. What's a community product or technology that you wish existed? Identify people who would be a good community if they only knew of each other. 8. What's the weirdest community you've ever been a part of? On the Well, there was a conference called Weird where people could come up with fun stuff and be irresponsible. 9. What's a question I didn't ask you that I should have? The question is “Would we be better off if social media had never happened?”

Paranormal Portal
S2EP53-From The Vault-Ode to the Vampire

Paranormal Portal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 41:07


On this episode of the Paranormal Portal Podcast, we jump into the "Way-Back" Machine to one of the VERY FIRST Paranormal Portal Episodes in existence (my 11th show ever, for the record). Back before there was a podcast, back before there was a YouTube channel, there was a late night internet radio show with yours truly haunting the airwaves with all the creepy goodness I could find. Just a nostalgic look back to where it all started here on the Portal. The production quality was mediocre, the delivery was lukewarm, but the passion for all things paranormal has always been there. It's all on the map for the show, so buckle up...it's getting creepy! Join us as we discuss this and so much more! Enter the Paranormal Portal...if you dare! If you like what you hear, please subscribe and if you have a story of your own, and would like to be a guest on the show, please email us at paranormalportalradio@gmail.com! Our podcast is released weekly on Sunday! If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review to help others find the Paranormal Portal! Check out our Live Streams on our YouTube channel (link below) and follow us on Facebook for show news and announcements! Facebook: facebook.com/paranormalportalradioYouTube: youtube.com/paranormalportalTwitter: twitter.com/paranormalportl