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Take It Easy
WIRED Up 104: 49ers-Packers Postgame Show

Take It Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 55:46


On Episode 104 of WIRED Up, we have Postgame reactions to one of the most improbable playoff upsets of the last 10 years in the NFL with Germaine Pratt Enthusiast (@stripehypecincy) This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code "BLEAV" for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit

Take It Easy
WIRED Up 103: Bengals-Titans Postgame Show

Take It Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 57:19


On today's episode, Blake Jude, Germaine Pratt Enthusiast (@stripehypecincy) gets to celebrate his Cincinnati Bengals making it to the AFC Championship for the 1st time in his lifetime!!! I also get to be SO SO SO RIGHT about the Tennessee Titans being terrible. I also marvel at Zac Taylor trying to call a timeout on the game-winning INT. All that and SO MUCH MORE!! This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code "BLEAV" for a 50% bonus on your deposit

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
TIP416: High Finance Strategies for New Investors w/ Joe Percoco

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 56:40


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:03:31 - What Joe learned from working at McKinsey and Goldman Sachs and also, what he did not learn.12:03 - The strategies that Titan offers.24:06 - What millennials, who are currently 4X poorer than Baby Boomers, can do to keep up their investing game.27:55 - Joe's operational framework for Titan.33:44 - Tips from some of Joe's biggest mentors.And a whole lot more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCES:Titan's website.Joe Percoco's Twitter.Trey Lockerbie's Twitter.Preston, Trey & Stig's tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.New to the show? Check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.See the all-new 2022 Lexus NX and discover everything it was designed to do for you. Welcome to the next level.Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Protect your online activity TODAY with ExpressVPN, the VPN rated #1 by CNET and Wired, and get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package.Push your team to do their best work with Monday.com Work OS. Start your free two-week trial today.Get access to some of the most sought-after real estate in the U.S. with Crowdstreet.Find Pros & Fair Pricing for Any Home Project for Free with Angi.Get in early on medical technology, breakthroughs in ag-tech and food production, solutions in the multi-billion dollar robotic industry, and so much more with a FREE OurCrowd account. Open yours today.Make it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states with Justworks.Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Stay on top of all your processes – directly inside Gmail with Streak. Get 20% off the Pro plan today.Learn more about how you can get started investing in some of the best cash flow markets today with Rent to Retirement.Canada's #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Reclaim your health and arm your immune system with convenient, daily nutrition. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase.Donate to GiveWell's recommended charities and have your donation matched up to $1,000 before the end of August or as long as matching funds last if you've never donate before. Pick PODCAST and We Study Billionaires or enter code TIP at checkout.Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!What do you love about our podcast? Here's our guide on how you can leave a rating and review for the show. We always enjoy reading your comments and feedback!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News
Road to the Future

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 45:34


For years, companies and techno-bros have been saying that self-driving cars are ready to roll. Now companies like the ride-hailing service Lyft are actually letting customers take rides in autonomous vehicles. And at CES this year, John Deere unveiled a self-driving tractor that lets farmers put the latest automation tech to work in the fields. But if the time for self-driving vehicles is finally nigh, what does that mean for the workers who make a living behind the wheel? This week on Gadget Lab, WIRED staff writer Aarian Marshall joins us to talk about the increasingly near future of autonomous vehicles. Then, a conversation with Jody Kelman, the head of Lyft's autonomous driving division, and Aubrey Donnellan, a cofounder and the chief operating officer at the John Deere subsidiary Bear Flag Robotics. Show Notes:  Read Aarain's story about autonomous cars. Read Will Knight's story about John Deere's self-driving tractor. Watch all of the talks from WIRED HQ at CES. Recommendations:  Aarian recommends the HoMedics TotalComfort Portable Ultrasonic Humidifier. Mike recommends the Substack newsletter The Signal from David Katznelson. Lauren recommends Brandon Taylor's Substack Sweater Weather. Aarian Marshall can be found on Twitter @aarianmarshall. Lauren Goode is @LaurenGoode. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. The show is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). Our theme music is by Solar Keys. If you have feedback about the show, or just want to enter to win a $50 gift card, take our brief listener survey here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Virginia Heffernan and Ophinnegan Friday's Ophir Eisenberg and Christian Finnegan Episode 525

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 87:02


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Virginia Heffernan is a journalist, critic and author, most recently, of MAGIC AND LOSS: The Internet as Art (Simon & Schuster, 2016). She is a contributing editor at WIRED, a cohost of Slate's Trumpcast podcast, and a columnist at the Los Angeles Times. Heffernan has been called "America's preeminent cultural critic," "a public intellectual for the 21st century," and among the "finest living writers of English prose." Edward Mendelson in The New York Review of Books called MAGIC AND LOSS, "surprisingly moving...an ecstatic narrative of submission." Kevin Kelly, the co-founder of WIRED, writes, "Heffernan is a new species of wizard. It is a joy and a revelation to be under her spell." Check out her amazing new show This Is Critical Ophira Eisenberg is a Canadian-born standup comedian and writer. She hosted NPR's nationally syndicated comedy trivia show Ask Me Another (airing on 400+ stations) where she interviewed, joked, and played silly games with some of the biggest and funniest folks in the world.  Lauded as “hilarious, high risk, and an inspiration,” Ophira filmed her comedy special Inside Joke, when she was 8½ months pregnant. The show's material revolves around how she told everyone that she was never going to have kids, and then unexpectedly found herself expecting at “an advanced maternal age.” Inside Joke can be found on Amazon and iTunes, along with her two other comedy albums, Bangs!and As Is. She has appeared on Comedy Central, This Week at The Comedy Cellar, Kevin Hart's LOL Network, HBO's Girls, Gotham Live, The Late Late Show, The Today Show, and VH-1. The New York Times called her a skilled comedian and storyteller with “bleakly stylish” humor. She was also selected as one of New York Magazine's “Top 10 Comics that Funny People Find Funny,” and hailed by Forbes.com as one of the most engaging comics working today. Ophira is a regular host and teller with The Moth and her stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour and in two of The Moth's best-selling books, including the most recent New York Times Bestseller Occasional Magic: True Stories About Defying the Impossible. Ophira's first book, Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamyi s a comedic memoir about her experiments in the field as a single woman, traveling from futon to futon and flask-to-flask, gathering data, hoping to put it all together and build her own perfect mate. She is also sought after as a brilliant interviewer and moderator, and has interviewed dozens of celebrities, writers, and actors. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Ophira graduated with a Cultural Anthropology and Theater degree from McGill University. She now lives in Brooklyn, NY where she is a fixture at New York City's comedy clubs Christian Finnegan  is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor based in New York City. BUY HIS NEW ALBUM--- "Show Your Work: Live at QED"   Finnegan is perhaps best known as one of the original panelists on VH1's Best Week Ever and as Chad, the only white roommate in the “Mad Real World” sketch on Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show. Additional television appearances as himself or performing stand up have included “Conan”, “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, "Would You Rather...with Graham Norton", “Good Afternoon America” and multiple times on The Today Show and Countdown with Keith Olbermann, and on History's I Love the 1880s. He hosted TV Land's game show "Game Time". As an actor, Finnegan portrayed the supporting role of "Carl" in the film Eden Court, a ticket agent in "Knight and Day" and several guest roles including a talk show host on "The Good Wife". In October 2006, Finnegan's debut stand up comedy CD titled Two For Flinching was released by Comedy Central Records, with a follow-up national tour of college campuses from January to April 2007. “Au Contraire!” was released by Warner Bros. Records in 2009. His third special "The Fun Part" was filmed at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston on April 4, 2013 and debuted on Netflix on April 15, 2014. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Also check out Gareth Sever  Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
TIP415: Adventures in Fintech with Logan Allin

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 58:07


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:10:39 - B2B SaaS tailwinds that have occurred from the pandemic.21:00 - The opportunity ahead for financial information migrating to the cloud.28:51 - Best metrics for tracking SaaS companies.33:11 - Logan's take on SOFI stock performance, since he was previously a VP there and is also an investor. 33:54 - Challenges ahead for the Fintech space, as there has been a lot of volatility as of late.46:11 - Logan's strategic advice for Fintech founders as they plan ahead for 2022.And a whole lot more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCES:Fin VC's Website.Logan Allin's LinkedIn.Logan Allin's Twitter.Brad Feld's Book, Venture Deals.Paul Graham's Blog. Trey Lockerbie's Twitter.Preston, Trey & Stig's tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.New to the show? Check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.See the all-new 2022 Lexus NX and discover everything it was designed to do for you. Welcome to the next level.Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Protect your online activity TODAY with ExpressVPN, the VPN rated #1 by CNET and Wired, and get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package.Push your team to do their best work with Monday.com Work OS. Start your free two-week trial today.Get access to some of the most sought-after real estate in the U.S. with Crowdstreet.Find Pros & Fair Pricing for Any Home Project for Free with Angi.Get in early on medical technology, breakthroughs in ag-tech and food production, solutions in the multi-billion dollar robotic industry, and so much more with a FREE OurCrowd account. Open yours today.Make it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states with Justworks.Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Stay on top of all your processes – directly inside Gmail with Streak. Get 20% off the Pro plan today.Learn more about how you can get started investing in some of the best cash flow markets today with Rent to Retirement.Canada's #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Reclaim your health and arm your immune system with convenient, daily nutrition. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase.Donate to GiveWell's recommended charities and have your donation matched up to $1,000 before the end of August or as long as matching funds last if you've never donated before. Pick PODCAST and We Study Billionaires or enter code TIP at checkout.Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!What do you love about our podcast? Here's our guide on how you can leave a rating and review for the show. We always enjoy reading your comments and feedback!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

SH!TPOST
Correcting Nazi history on Wikipedia — Ksenia Coffman (1/20/22)

SH!TPOST

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 29:07


Ksenia Coffman has been contributing edits and research regarding the history of World War II to Wikipedia since 2015, taking deliberate efforts to weasel junk history out of the internet’s go-to collection of information. Ksenia recently stepped out from behind the screen to share her identity and work with Wired magazine. This week, she joins SH!TPOST to talk about her motivations for taking on this monumental task, the reactions her contributions have received in the broader Wikipedia community, and her outlook on the importance of accurate history existing online.Ksenia’s Twitter account: @KseniaCoffmanWired magazine’s profile of Ksenia: https://www.wired.com/story/one-womans-mission-to-rewrite-nazi-history-wikipedia/Ksenia’s Wiki profile: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:K.e.coffmanKsenia’s email: wiki.coffman@gmail.com This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at shtpost.substack.com/subscribe

Supergirl Radio
Supergirl Radio Season 6: Supergirl Radio Awards

Supergirl Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 119:23


In this episode of Supergirl Radio, Morgan Glennon and Rebecca Johnson are LIVE [and WIRED] to pick their winners for the final Supergirl Radio Awards! Watch the Live Stream Episode Links: "Legion of Super-Heroes" Adult Animated Series Coming to HBO Max WarnerMedia and ViacomCBS Are Exploring Possible Sale of CW Network ViacomCBS and WarnerMedia Exploring Sale of The CW You can find Supergirl Radio on: Social Media: Facebook – Twitter – Instagram  Subscribe: Apple Podcasts – Stitcher Radio – DC TV Podcasts - Google Play - Spotify Playlist - iHeartRadio Support: DC TV Podcasts TeePublic Store – Patreon Contact: supergirlradio@gmail.com 

The Tim Ferriss Show
#565: Michael Schur, Creator of “The Good Place” — How SNL Trains Writers, His TV University at “The Office,” Lessons from Lorne Michaels, Wisdom from David Foster Wallace, and Exploring Moral Philosophy with “How to Be Perfect”

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 141:55


Michael Schur, Creator of “The Good Place” — How SNL Trains Writers, His TV University at “The Office,” Lessons from Lorne Michaels, Wisdom from David Foster Wallace, and Exploring Moral Philosophy with “How to Be Perfect” | Brought to you by LMNT electrolyte supplement, Helix Sleep premium mattresses, and LinkedIn Jobs recruitment platform with 770M+ users. More on all three below.Michael Schur (@KenTremendous) created the critically acclaimed NBC comedy The Good Place and co-created Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and the Peacock series Rutherford Falls. He is also an executive producer on HBO Max's Hacks and Netflix's Master of None.Prior to “Parks,” Michael spent four years as a writer-producer on the Emmy Award-winning NBC hit The Office. His first TV writing job was at Saturday Night Live, where he spent seven seasons, including three as the producer of “Weekend Update” with Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon.Michael's new book is How to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question.Please enjoy!This episode is brought to you by Helix Sleep! Helix was selected as the #1 overall mattress of 2020 by GQ magazine, Wired, Apartment Therapy, and many others. With Helix, there's a specific mattress to meet each and every body's unique comfort needs. Just take their quiz—only two minutes to complete—that matches your body type and sleep preferences to the perfect mattress for you. They have a 10-year warranty, and you get to try it out for a hundred nights, risk free. They'll even pick it up from you if you don't love it. And now, to my dear listeners, Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders plus two free pillows at HelixSleep.com/Tim.*This episode is also brought to you by LMNT! What is LMNT? It's a delicious, sugar-free electrolyte drink mix. I've stocked up on boxes and boxes of this and usually use it 1–2 times per day. LMNT is formulated to help anyone with their electrolyte needs and perfectly suited to folks following a keto, low-carb, or Paleo diet. If you are on a low-carb diet or fasting, electrolytes play a key role in relieving hunger, cramps, headaches, tiredness, and dizziness.LMNT came up with a very special offer for you, my dear listeners. For a limited time, you can claim a free LMNT Sample Pack—you only cover the cost of shipping. For US customers, this means you can receive an 8-count sample pack for only $5. Simply go to DrinkLMNT.com/Tim to claim your free 8-count sample pack.*This episode is also brought to you by LinkedIn Jobs. Whether you are looking to hire now for a critical role or thinking about needs that you may have in the future, LinkedIn Jobs can help. LinkedIn screens candidates for the hard and soft skills you're looking for and puts your job in front of candidates looking for job opportunities that match what you have to offer.Using LinkedIn's active community of more than 770 million professionals worldwide, LinkedIn Jobs can help you find and hire the right person faster. When your business is ready to make that next hire, find the right person with LinkedIn Jobs. And now, you can post a job for free. Just visit LinkedIn.com/Tim.*For show notes and past guests, please visit tim.blog/podcast.Sign up for Tim's email newsletter (“5-Bullet Friday”) at tim.blog/friday.For transcripts of episodes, go to tim.blog/transcripts.Discover Tim's books: tim.blog/books.Follow Tim:Twitter: twitter.com/tferriss Instagram: instagram.com/timferrissFacebook: facebook.com/timferriss YouTube: youtube.com/timferrissPast guests on The Tim Ferriss Show include Jerry Seinfeld, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jamie Foxx, Matthew McConaughey, Esther Perel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terry Crews, Sia, Yuval Noah Harari, Malcolm Gladwell, Madeleine Albright, Cheryl Strayed, Jim Collins, Mary Karr, Maria Popova, Sam Harris, Michael Phelps, Bob Iger, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Neil Strauss, Ken Burns, Maria Sharapova, Marc Andreessen, Neil Gaiman, Neil de Grasse Tyson, Jocko Willink, Daniel Ek, Kelly Slater, Dr. Peter Attia, Seth Godin, Howard Marks, Dr. Brené Brown, Eric Schmidt, Michael Lewis, Joe Gebbia, Michael Pollan, Dr. Jordan Peterson, Vince Vaughn, Brian Koppelman, Ramit Sethi, Dax Shepard, Tony Robbins, Jim Dethmer, Dan Harris, Ray Dalio, Naval Ravikant, Vitalik Buterin, Elizabeth Lesser, Amanda Palmer, Katie Haun, Sir Richard Branson, Chuck Palahniuk, Arianna Huffington, Reid Hoffman, Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Rick Rubin, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Darren Aronofsky, Balaji Srinivasan, Sarah Silverman, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Dr. Michio Kaku, and many more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

SAPIEN Optimum Health & Wellness
26) Are Plant Antinutrients Really a Problem? With Dr. Bill Schindler

SAPIEN Optimum Health & Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 67:02


In this episode, we're back with Dr. Bill Schindler who released his new book: Eat Like A Human. He was trained as an anthropologist and more recently as a chef. His work focuses on extracting the most nutrition possible from food, so we cover a variety of fascinating topics, including stories from his international travels. Dr. Bill Schindler is an internationally known archaeologist, primitive technologist, and chef. He founded and directs the Eastern Shore Food Lab with a mission to preserve and revive ancestral dietary approaches to create a nourishing, ethical, and sustainable food system and is an adjunct associate professor of archaeology at University College Dublin. His work is currently the focus of Wired magazine's YouTube series, Basic Instincts and Food Science, and he co‑starred in the National Geographic Channel series The Great Human Race, which aired in 2016 in 171 countries. Dr. Schindler has also been featured on CNN, Maryland Public Television, NPR's Weekend Edition and Here and Now, as well as on such podcasts as Milk Street Radio, Peak Human, and The Academic Minute. Dr. Schindler's work has appeared in the Washington Post, The Atlantic, and the London Times, among other publications. Visit his website! -https://eatlikeahuman.com   DISCLAIMER: The opinions and information provided here by Dr. Gary Shlifer are not to be taken as medical advice.   SAPIEN TRIBE http://tribe.sapien.org SAPIEN PROGRAM http://SapienProgram.com MAIN SITE http://Sapien.org   Dr. Gary Shlifer owns and operates Evolve Healthcare in Woodland Hills, CA.   Brian Sanders is the maker of the Food Lies film and founder of Nose to Tail   Follow along: http://twitter.com/sapien http://instagram.com/sapien.health http://facebook.com/sapieninstitute  

3 Books With Neil Pasricha
Chapter 95: Bess Kalb on kvetching over koans and kindling comic kinship

3 Books With Neil Pasricha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 115:51


“Why are women, who have the whole male world at their mercy, not funny? Please do not pretend to know what I am talking about.”   So begins a 2007 Vanity Fair article by Christopher Hitchens called “Why Women Aren't Funny”.   College student Bess Kalb picked up a copy of the magazine, read it on her train ride from New York to Rhode Island, and, in her words, “became radicalized.” She decided then and there to drop out of school and become a comedy writer. She scored an internship with The Colbert Report and then (“because I'm an anxious Jew who is the daughter of two anxious Jews”) went back to finish her degree before working for Jimmy Kimmel for eight years. (And scoring a few awards while working there!) She then puts out a “ghost memoir” in 2020 called Nobody Will Tell You This But Me which becomes a big New York Times bestseller and ranked one of the best books of the year by Vogue, Forbes, Wired and others. (Jodi Picoult said “I have not been so profoundly moved by a book in years.”)   Today Bess Kalb is 34 years old. She lives in Hollywood with one kid and another on the way. And she is a truly prolific comedic genius. She's been nominated for an Emmy and a Writer's Guild Award and has also written for The Academy Awards, The Democratic National Convention, and her incredible special Yearly Departed (where she is Creator, Executive Producer, and Head Writer).   Do you know Yearly Departed?   Leslie and I loved it. You can stream it on Amazon Prime. (2020 or 2021!) Bess came up with the idea of developing a comic sendoff to 2020 with a mock funeral featuring female comics, each coming onstage to give short eulogies to parts of the year. Tiffany Haddish shows up. Sarah Silverman shows up. Dulcé Sloan shows up. Jane Fonda shows up. It's a huge hit and she pulls it off again in 2021. It's fresh and funny and creates wonderfully necessary sign-posts as we navigate the (hopefully?) tail-end of this horrible pandemic.   With the brilliant full moon above our heads let's sit down with the equally brilliant Bess Kalb to talk about: how we keep anxiety at bay, how we help dismantle celebrity culture, what is one way to define success after making it up the ladder, how might we think about “diversity hiring”, what gender norms are baked into the comedy that we consume, what is a structurally perfect joke, what might a fake male virtual assistant buy you, and much, much, more, including the amazing Bess Kalb's 3 most formative books.   Let's flip the page into Chapter 95 now…   What You'll Learn: How can we keep our anxiety at bay? How can we ditch celebrity culture? What gender norms are baked into the comedy we consume? What is a structurally perfect joke? What can a virtual male assistant buy you? What's one way to define career success? How do we take down boy's clubs?   You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.3books.co/chapters/95    Leave us a voicemail. Your message may be included in a future chapter: 1-833-READ-A-LOT.   Sign up to receive podcast updates here: https://www.3books.co/email-list    3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover and discuss the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter discusses the 3 most formative books of one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Brené Brown, David Sedaris, Malcolm Gladwell, Angie Thomas, Cheryl Strayed, Rich Roll, Soyoung the Variety Store Owner, Derek the Hype Man, Kevin the Bookseller, Vishwas the Uber Driver, Roxane Gay, David Mitchell, Vivek Murthy, Mark Manson, Seth Godin, Judy Blume and Quentin Tarantino. 3 Books is published on the lunar calendar with each of the 333 chapters dropped on the exact minute of every single new moon and every single full moon all the way up to 5:21 am on September 1, 2031. 3 Books is an Apple "Best Of" award-winning show and is 100% non-profit with no ads, no sponsors, no commercials, and no interruptions. 3 Books has 3 clubs including the End of the Podcast Club, the Cover to Cover Club, and the Secret Club, which operates entirely through the mail and is only accessible by calling 1-833-READ-A-LOT. Each chapter is hosted by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Two-Minute Mornings, etc. For more info check out: https://www.3books.co

Plein Air Art Podcast
Kevin Macpherson on How Artists are Wired Differently, and More

Plein Air Art Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 92:23


Listen to this podcast, and be a better painter. Kevin Macpherson discusses his magic grid system of painting; why he loves teaching someone who has never painted before; how artists are wired differently than others, and talent vs work; the organization he and his wife created to help youth learn art; and more. Visit https://www.outdoorpainter.com/original-podcast-episodes/ to listen to all episodes. This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 2021 Top 15 Painting Podcasts list (https://blog.feedspot.com/painting_podcasts/)! 

Chakras and Shotguns
E30: Blinding Lights (All About EMPs)

Chakras and Shotguns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 55:33


What will you do if the lights cut out…on everything? In this episode, Mik and Jenn are going "worst-case scenario" and talking about electromagnetic pulses, or EMPs. What are they and how in the world does one prepare?Some things we talked about in this episode: We talked about Sangeetha Abdu Jyothi's research on EMPs. An article on his work can be found on WIRED (detailing how a solar storm could cause an internet apocalypse). You can also read his actual research here.Mik talked about a Forbes article by James Conca, and China's capability to launch an EMP attack. You can also find other EMP-related articles that he has written for Forbes, including How To Defend Against The Electromagnetic Pulse Threat By Literally Painting Over It and Can Nuclear Power Plants Resist Attacks Of Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)?If you want to check up on what the Department of Homeland Security has done after Trump's Executive Order on EMP preparation, you can find that here.Want to shield your house or electric car from an EMP?  We bought ours from EMP Shield.Interested in those fancy EMP-shielded tents? You can request a quote from Holland Shielding.Looking to start small and shield small devices, like walkie talkies? Here are some options on Amazon from Hodufy, Quctak and MOS Equipment.*Join our Patreon community for more exclusive content.*Note: As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying Amazon purchases.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chakrasandshotguns)

Digitale Optimisten: Perspektiven aus dem Silicon Valley
#41 Henry, sind Deepfakes das Ende des Internets?

Digitale Optimisten: Perspektiven aus dem Silicon Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 90:07


Kannst du deinen Augen im Netz trauen? Deepfakes produzieren Fake-Videos die täuschen echt aussehen - aber können sie auch was Gutes haben?///Die besten Job-Angebote der ambitioniertesten Start-Ups: http://www.digitaleoptimisten.de/jobsAlle Gründergeschichten auf http://www.digitaleoptimisten.de/storiesAlle Hear-Us-Grow Folgen Folge Digitale Optimisten auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitaleoptimisten//// Herzlich Willkommen bei Digitale Optimisten!Ich bin Alex, und wir sind in diesem Podcast auf der Suche nach den Elon Musks von morgen, also den Gründerinnen und Gründern, die ganz große Visionen mit ihren Start-Ups haben, damit aber noch ganz am Anfang stehen.Und genau darum geht es in dieser Folge. Es ist ein Thema, was mich wirklich umtreibt, weil es so krass ist - und für mich nicht klar ist, ob das ganze eine gute, oder eine ablehnenswerte Entwicklung ist. Es handelt sich um das Thema Deepfakes. Was sind jetzt schon wieder Deepfakes? Vielleicht hast du auf YouTube oder TikTok schonmal Videos gesehen, in denen Trump, Obama oder Tom Cruise irgendwie merkwürdige Sachen sagen. Vielleicht haben die das gar nicht gesagt, sondern es waren ebenjene Deepfakes, computer-generierte, synthetische Medien, die es so gar nicht gibt. Ein bisschen so wie ein Photoshop-Bearbeitung, nur irgendwie krasser.Zu dem Thema habe ich übrigens schon mit dem Chef des Bundesamts für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik, Arne Schönbohm, in der Folge 31 gesprochen. Da habe ich gefragt, was der deutsche Staat eigentlich gegen diese Bedrohungen so unternimmt. Heute spreche ich aber mit vielleicht dem größten Experten auf diesem Gebiet, es ist Henry Ajder. Er ist sonst zu Gast in der New York Times, BBC, Sky, Wired und sogar der Cosmopolitan -r und heute eben hier bei Digitale Optimisten.Wenn du dich also jemals gefragt hast was diese Deep Fakes sind, ob die das Ende der Gesellschaft sind oder - Achtung Kapitalismus - sogar eine Chance für smarte Geschäftsideen sind, dann hör dir jetzt das Interview mit Henry an, das ich aus Termingründen vor ein paar Wochen aufgenommen habe.Wie immer freue ich mich über 5 Sterne Reviews und dein Feedback an alexander@digitaleoptimisten.de. Und jetzt rein in das Interview.Bevor es mit dieser Folge losgeht: Bitte erzähle zwei Freundinnen oder Kollegen von diesem Podcast, wenn Dir diese Geschichten gefallen. Es hilft ungemein, neue Hörer zu finden und den Podcast weiter wachsen zu lassen. Wenn Du magst kannst Du mir auch einen Review auf Apple Podcasts oder Spotify geben.

Take It Easy
WIRED Up 102: Bills beat Patriots by 37 POINTS!!! + Bengals-Raiders Recap + 2021 Patriots Obituary

Take It Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 55:35


On Episode 102 of WIRED Up, all my affirmations about the Patriots came true, when they got dismantled by the Buffalo Bills 47-10 in the Wild Card. We discuss the Patriots last 3 years being a success, and I feel confident the Buffalo Bills are going to beat the Kansas City Chiefs next week and make it to the Super Bowl. Also, the Raiders played the best they could while being outmatched by the Bengals offense, and I lament the fact that either the Bengals or Titans will make the AFC Championship when the Bills have to play the Patriots/Chiefs to try and get back CKSAML Productions | Linktree This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code "BLEAV" for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit

Renegade Radio with Jay Ferruggia: Fitness | Nutrition | Lifestyle | Strength Training | Self Help | Motivation

Robb Wolf, a former research biochemist, is the two-time NY Times/Wallstreet Journal best-selling author of The Paleo Solution and Wired to Eat.   Robb has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world via his Healthy Rebellion Radio podcast, books, seminars, and as the co-founder of the best electrolyte drink on the market, LMNT.   Listen as we discuss: Say goodbye to the diet wars.  [7:43] Eliminate nutritional variability with the 7-day carb test.  [10:36] Is white rice evil?  [12:36] What's the best way to reintroduce foods following an elimination diet?  [14:47] Is meat consumption the new smoking?  [17:05] Why intermittent fasting may not be for you.  [24:56] If fasting is for you, try THIS.  [32:50] Are organ meats a must for optimal nutrition?  [36:14] Robb's thoughts on veggies and dairy.  [38:07] Why chastising meat consumption is almost criminal.  [46:06] Is there really a difference between grain-fed and grass-fed beef?  [52:15] The ironic truth of plant-based diets.  [59:32] Eat more chicken.  [1:01:00] The climate change conversation may be skewed... here's why.  [1:03:52] Healthy Rebellion: cancelling cancel culture.  [1:10:05] The birth of LMNT.  [1:20:05] Sponsors: LMNT - A tasty electrolyte drink mix that gives your body everything it needs and nothing it doesn't.  Click HERE to claim your free sample pack.   BUBS - The purest form of collagen, sustainably sourced from grass-fed and pasture raised cows.  Use coupon code JAY to save 20%.   Organifi - Organifi Gold provides pain soothing herbs in a delicious golden "milk" that will help you sleep like a baby.      

30 to Life - Redefining the Black Experience
Ep 82: The Rise of Homeschooling and the Impact On Black Children with Dr. Khadijah Z. Ali-Coleman

30 to Life - Redefining the Black Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 62:46


In this episode, the guys chat with Dr. Khadijah Z. Ali-Coleman about her upcoming book Homeschooling Black Children in the US: Theory, Practice and Popular Culture. She breaks down her experience as a former homeschooling mother, the impact homeschool has on black children in America, and so much more. Tune in. More about our guest: Dr. Khadijah Z. Ali-Colemann. is a former homeschooling mother, cultural curator, community organizer, nationally recognized speaker, and writer. Her work centers the social and political life experiences, history, and culture of the people of the African diaspora. She is author of the children's bookMariah's Maraca's and has poetry and short stories in numerous books, including the 2020 anthology The Fire Inside: Poems and Stories from Zora's Den. Her academic work has been published in The Journal of Higher Education Politics & Economics, and the book Afrofuturism in Black Panther: Gender, Identity and the Remaking of Blackness. Her journalistic bylines have appeared in more than a dozen publications, including Ebony, Romper, The Grade, The Washington Informer and The Afro. She has been quoted in the media as a homeschooling expert, interviewed by Slate, Wired, The Washington Post, NBC and more. She is co-editor of the book Homeschooling Black Children in the US: Theory, Practice and Popular Culture. Learn more by visiting her website at KhadijahAli-Coleman.com Follow on Facebook Follow on Instagram Follow on Twitter Subscribe to YouTube Channel by clicking here LISTEN TO OUR PODCAST Contemporary Perspectives on Black Homeschooling --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/30tolifepod/support

Ten Thousand Posts
[PREVIEW] HK's Anime Club : Serial Experiments Lain 07-08

Ten Thousand Posts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 8:20


This is a preview of a full episode. To listen to the whole thing, subscribe to our patreon at : www.patreon.com/10kpostspodcast. -------- The gang is back to finish this goddamn series about girls who love being on the computer. We talk about episode 7 and 8, in which, as Lain discovers more about herself and her relationship to the Wired, the mysterious group of hackers known as the Knights are, for some reason, killing their fans for being a little bit too into them. Then, as Lain sort of gets to grips with the idea of a digital Lain, she now has to contend with a *third* version of Lain - another freak who keeps nosying around and spreading rumours about girls who don't have computers. Lain, stop it!

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News
Dry If You Might

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 45:01


Many people are taking a break from alcohol this month, a cultural moment that's come to be known as Dry January. Beyond trends fueled by new year's resolutions, however, the de-alcoholized drink has been enjoying a boom. Beverage brands and fancy bartenders are crafting complex virgin cocktails and beers in an effort to tantalize the tastebuds of sober folks, temporary teetotalers, and the generally alcohol-averse. But how do they actually devise these drinks? And how well do they hold up to our cultural expectations of what “drinking” should be? This week on Gadget Lab, WIRED senior correspondent Adam Rogers joins us to talk about the science of booze and not-booze. Show Notes:  Read Adam's book Proof: The Science of Booze. Recommendations:  Adam recommends bitters, indulging your hobbies, and subscribing to WIRED. Lauren recommends Letiz's Eins Zwei Zero Sparkling Riesling non-alcoholic white wine. Mike recommends the free (and non-profit) streaming service Radio is a Foreign Country. Adam Rogers can be found on Twitter @jetjocko. Lauren Goode is @LaurenGoode. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. The show is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). Our theme music is by Solar Keys. If you have feedback about the show, or just want to enter to win a $50 gift card, take our brief listener survey here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Supergirl Radio
Supergirl Radio Season 6 - The Flash "Armageddon"

Supergirl Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 102:50


In this episode of Supergirl Radio, Morgan Glennon and Rebecca Johnson are LIVE [and WIRED] with Kat Calamia (co-host of DC's Legends of Tomorrow Podcast) to discuss The Flash's "Armageddon"! Watch the Live Stream Episode Links: Armageddon 2001 Armageddon: The Alien Agenda Armageddon: Inferno #1-4 Monarch Waverider You can find Supergirl Radio on: Social Media: Facebook – Twitter – Instagram  Subscribe: Apple Podcasts – Stitcher Radio – DC TV Podcasts - Google Play - Spotify Playlist - iHeartRadio Support: DC TV Podcasts TeePublic Store – Patreon Contact: supergirlradio@gmail.com 

Curiosity Daily
Linguistic Laws in Nature and Fatherless Condor Chicks from Parthenogenesis

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 10:48


Learn about linguistic “laws” that also show up in nature; and how two California condors were born without fathers. Linguistic "laws" like Zipf's law of abbreviation and Menzerath's law also show up in biology, geography, and more by Grant Currin Jonny Thomson. (2021, October 22). The unknown linguistic laws that apply to all life. Big Think; Big Think. https://bigthink.com/life/linguistic-laws-biology/  Semple, S., Ferrer-i-Cancho, R., & Gustison, M. L. (2021). Linguistic laws in biology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2021.08.012  Two condor chicks were born from parthenogenesis, something we've never seen before by Cameron Duke Harrison, S. (2021, October 28). California Condors Are Capable of Asexual Reproduction. Wired; WIRED. https://www.wired.com/story/california-condors-are-capable-of-asexual-reproduction/ Ryder, O. A., Thomas, S., Judson, J. M., Romanov, M. N., Dandekar, S., Papp, J. C., Sidak-Loftis, L. C., Walker, K., Stalis, I. H., Mace, M., Steiner, C. C., & Chemnick, L. G. (2021). Facultative Parthenogenesis in California Condors. Journal of Heredity. https://doi.org/10.1093/jhered/esab052 San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Conservation Scientists Report First Confirmed Hatchings of Two California Condor Chicks from Unfertilized Eggs. (2021). San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance. https://sandiegozoowildlifealliance.org/pr/CondorParthenogenesis The Economist. (2021, October 30). No sex please, we're condors. The Economist; The Economist. https://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2021/10/30/no-sex-please-were-condors Zhang, S. (2021, October 28). The Atlantic. The Atlantic; theatlantic. https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2021/10/california-condors-are-capable-virgin-birth/620517/ Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter withCody Gough andAshley Hamer — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brainfluence
Wired Co-founder Kevin Kelly's 50-Year Project

Brainfluence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 24:43


One of the most interesting people I've had on Brainfluence is Wired co-founder Kevin Kelly. He's a renowned futurist, a perpetual gadget guru, a serious photographer, and an even more serious traveler. His latest project doesn't fit our usual conversation topics, but, as expected, his insights are fascinating. Book link: https://amzn.to/33rqNzv Show notes link:  Kevin Kelly, co-founder of WIRED and renowned futurist, has toured Asia for over half a century. Not only has he witnessed its changing culturhttps://www.rogerdooley.com/kevin-kelly-vanishing/e and landscape, but he's also captured his experience in 9000 photographs, later compiled into 1000 pages of his most recent book, Vanishing Asia. Kevin set off for Asia in 1972 with a film camera. With no remote idea about Asia or its culture, he started to document the traditions that eventually seemed “disappearing even from first sight”. He put together the results from his privileged journey (as he describes it) in his three-volume book, which speaks everything traditional about Turkey in the West to Japan in the East. Kevin's current title at Wired is “Senior Maverick,” a designation I'm sure you will agree is appropriate.

Almost 30
487. Sexual Pleasure + Clearing Blocks in Partnership

Almost 30

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 91:21


Sex carries so much currency in our internal and external landscapes. For many, sexuality is cloaked in shame, fear, or heady expectations that leave us feeling short-changed and disempowered. Fortunately, the tides are shifting with the help of pioneers like Dr. Kate Balestrieri, a sex therapist helping people integrate the physical and emotional components of sex, sexuality, and relationships.  True sexual embodiment is a journey, not a destination (the same can be said for orgasms). This conversation undresses all the topics you've probably been thinking about but were too scared to utter out loud. Krista, Lindsey, and Dr. Kate candidly untangle the narrative surrounding porn, patriarchy, and partnerships while boldly confronting the common intimacy challenges in modern relationships today.  We also talk about: How the nervous system affects pleasure  Navigating expectations around sex Exploring blocks in partnership Why couples therapy works The spectrum of sex positivity Patriarchy and internalized misogyny  Desire, fetish, and ethical porn Tips for elevating your sexual practice  Processing sexual trauma  Resources: Website: https://www.modernintimacy.com/ (modernintimacy.com) Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/drkatebalestrieri/ (@drkatebalestrieri) TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@drkatebalestrieri? (@drkatebalestrieri) https://www.amazon.com/Way-Superior-Man-Challenges-Anniversary/dp/1622038320 (“The Way of the Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire” by David Deida) https://www.amazon.com/Wired-Love-Understanding-Attachment-Relationship/dp/1608820580 (“Wired for Love: How Understanding Your Partner's Brain and Attachment Style Can Help You Defuse Conflict and Build a Secure Relationship” by  Stan Tatkin ) Join our community: http://almost30.com/membership (almost30.com/membership) https://www.facebook.com/Almost30podcast/groups (facebook.com/Almost30podcast/groups) Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: https://almost30.com/disclaimer (almost30.com/disclaimer).  Find more to love at http://almost30.com/ (almost30.com)! Almost 30 is edited by http://crate.media (Crate Media).

Online Marketing Strategies Podcast
#200: John Belushi (What Happened John?)

Online Marketing Strategies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 16:15


Ever since he was found dead in the Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood, his heart stopped by an overdose of cocaine and heroin, John Belushi has become synonymous with hedonism, appetite and excess – not dissimilar to his memorably greedy character Bluto in Animal House. Belushi was at the height of his career in 1982, which is a dangerous place to be. Everyone wanted to be his friend, and nobody wanted to tell him no. Belushi needed someone to tell him to take a break, step away from the party, or at least slow down. His consumption of narcotics, especially cocaine, has become only more infamous since he died. This is thanks in no small part to Wired, the biography published shortly after his death, written by Bob Woodward, which laid out in deadening detail how much cocaine Belushi took and when. The "Remember This" Podcast is sponsored by Gift Shop For Guys. Looking for a cool gift for the man in your life? At Gift Shop For Guys we have spent countless hours sourcing and creating high-quality affordable items and accessories. Check out our huge selection of Cool T-Shirts and Fun-T-Shirts for your man. We carry a vast range of products that are ready to ship to you today. Free Shipping within the USA. E: support@giftshopforguys W: https://giftshopforguys.com We're a huge fan of connecting on social media. If you're on these social networks, let's follow each other: Instagram ▶️ https://geni.us/GiftShopForGuysInsta Facebook ▶️ https://geni.us/GiftShopForGuysFBook Podcast    ▶️ https://geni.us/RememberThisPodcast YouTube   ▶️ https://geni.us/RememberThisYouTube Gift Shop For Guys Suite 12, 5th Floor, Dymocks Building 428 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 ▶️ E: support@giftshopforguys.com ▶️ W: https://geni.us/GiftShopForGuys

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
Classic 02: Tony Robbins' Book – Money, Master the Game

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 54:52


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:01:10 - Who is Tony Robbins and what is his book “MONEY – Master the Game” all about?12:03 - Common financial myths46:29 - The best advices from billionaires58:49 - What do billionaires all have in common?*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCES:Our interview with Tony Robbins - We Study Billionaires Episode 210.Check out our five-page executive summary of the book, Money: Master the Game.Tony Robbins' book, Money: Master the Game – Read reviews of this book.Tony Robbins' book, Unlimited Power – Read reviews of this book.Preston, Trey & Stig's tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.New to the show? Check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.Identify and stop paying for subscriptions you don't need, want, or simply forgot about with Truebill. Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Protect your online activity TODAY with ExpressVPN, the VPN rated #1 by CNET and Wired, and get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package.Make it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states with Justworks.Get in early on medical technology, breakthroughs in ag tech and food production, solutions in the multi-billion dollar robotic industry, and so much more with a FREE OurCrowd account. Open yours today.Donate to GiveWell's recommended charities and have your donation matched up to $1,000 before the end of August or as long as matching funds last if you've never donate before. Pick PODCAST and We Study Billionaires or enter code TIP at checkout.Provide future financial protection to the people who matter most to you with the help of TD Term Life Insurance. Don't let anything interfere with your happiness or is prevent you from achieving your goals. Allow BetterHELP to help assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapist. Get 10% off your first month!Canada's #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Optimize your payments infrastructure, simplify expansion plans, and create new revenue streams for your business with Stripe. Join millions of companies from all sizes. Learn more and get started today!Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Every 28 seconds an entrepreneur makes their first sale on Shopify. Access powerful tools to help you find customers, drive sales, and manage your day-to-day. Start a FREE fourteen-day trial right now!Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!Help us reach new listeners by leaving us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! It takes less than 30 seconds and really helps our show grow, which allows us to bring on even better guests for you all! Thank you – we really appreciate it!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Take It Easy
WIRED Up 101: 5 Years Since Chargers Left San Diego, Dawn FM, PickEm Pool Championship + Stetson Bennett Car Dealership

Take It Easy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 42:20


On Episode 101 of WIRED Up, I discuss how my life has changed since the most impactful day of my sports life: The Chargers leaving my hometown San Diego for Los Angeles. If not for that day, I'm not sure any of this would've existed (IG Page, Podcast, etc). Also, I review The Weeknd's "Dawn FM" album and discuss some other albums we've reviewed, Lil Wayne's features, and more. I also play a commercial for the future "Stetson Bennett Kia Chevy Subaru Honda Volkswagen" that will exist after Bennett retires from football, and Blake Jude and I go head to head for the Pickem Pool Championship this week!!!! CKSAML Productions | Linktree This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code "BLEAV" for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
TIP412: Differences between the US and the Eurozone w/ Daniel LaCalle

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 51:55


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:01:29 - The ongoing developments from Omicron.08:58 - Which industries are most at risk.10:19 - Differences between the US and the Eurozone on many fronts.13:06 - The recent announcements from the US Fed.28:46 - Daniel's forecast for inflation.33:01 - The future of ESG companies and the skepticism surrounding them.And much much more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCESDaniel Lacalle's Blog.Daniel Lacalle's Twitter.Daniel Lacalle's Website.Trey Lockerbie's Twitter.Preston, Trey & Stig's tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.New to the show? Check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.Identify and stop paying for subscriptions you don't need, want, or simply forgot about with Truebill. Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Protect your online activity TODAY with ExpressVPN, the VPN rated #1 by CNET and Wired, and get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package.Make it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states with Justworks.Get in early on medical technology, breakthroughs in ag tech and food production, solutions in the multi-billion dollar robotic industry, and so much more with a FREE OurCrowd account. Open yours today.Donate to GiveWell's recommended charities and have your donation matched up to $1,000 before the end of August or as long as matching funds last if you've never donate before. Pick PODCAST and We Study Billionaires or enter code TIP at checkout.Provide future financial protection to the people who matter most to you with the help of TD Term Life Insurance. Don't let anything interfere with your happiness or is prevent you from achieving your goals. Allow BetterHELP to help assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapist. Get 10% off your first month!Canada's #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Optimize your payments infrastructure, simplify expansion plans, and create new revenue streams for your business with Stripe. Join millions of companies from all sizes. Learn more and get started today!Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Every 28 seconds an entrepreneur makes their first sale on Shopify. Access powerful tools to help you find customers, drive sales, and manage your day-to-day. Start a FREE fourteen-day trial right now!Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!What do you love about our podcast? Here's our guide on how you can leave a rating and review for the show. We always enjoy reading your comments and feedback!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Out Of Office: A Travel Podcast
2022 Travel Resolutions

Out Of Office: A Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 42:44


On this week's episode of Out of Office: A Travel Podcast, Kiernan and Ryan each share 3 travel-related New Year's resolutions in reverse order of ambition. Plus, an analysis of a new Rick Steves's interview about the Great Europeans Outdoors! Things we talked about in today's podcast: “How Rick Steves Got Hooked on Hiking” in Outside Magazine https://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/hiking-and-backpacking/rick-steves-hiking-mont-blanc/  National capitals https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_national_capitals  New River Gorge https://www.nps.gov/neri/index.htm  Jonglez “Secret” guides https://jonglezpublishing.com/product-category/secret-guides/  “Unsettling Truth about the ‘Mostly Harmless' Hiker” in WIRED https://www.wired.com/story/unsettling-truth-mostly-harmless-hiker/  “Pompeii Still Has Buried Secrets” in the New Yorker https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/11/29/pompeii-still-has-buried-secrets?source=search_google_dsa_paid&gclid=Cj0KCQiA_c-OBhDFARIsAIFg3exm9hMVCb-4PWiMylwJ7nVJjve_WwCEnq5nJ5lRchfjrZOdadO59YwaAn8gEALw_wcB 

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast
#545 – Prisoners of the Future

Crushing Iron Triathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 57:15


Ever feel the pressure of too much going on? That anxious feeling is getting out of the moment. Today, we look at how that affects training and how we THINK about training. It's easy to get caught up on race day when it's 5 months away, but today is all that matters. Do something. Let it go. And get in touch with your body and the moment. *** Time is running out to sign up for THE C26 CLUB PROGRAM FOR 2022!  Check it out! Topics: Life Keeps Going Time to get back to work Sore feet Wired to go . . . .  How am I gonna get everything done? Feeling defeated Hardest thing to do Prisoner of the Future Flipping the switch The things we CAN control Attachment to perfection Hire someone else to be in control of your life What's your baseline of self-acceptance  Though of Quitting Raining at the Lab Are we good enough? Everything is amazing and no one is happy Get in tune with your body When your training fights itself ---------- Looking for a Customized Swim analysis in our C26 Hub? Contact Somer: C26Operations@gmail.com  --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com  Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga.  C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store  A great way to support the podcast!  Looking for an awesome coach? Check out our team of awesome coaches on our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com  Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com  Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - crushingiron@gmail.com Robbie Bruce - c26coach@gmail.com

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News
Live From CES 2022

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 61:56


New year, new chaotic mega tech exhibition. CES was this week, complete with all of its usual glitzy gizmos and gaudy gadgets. It was a strange year for the tech conference. It was held in person and virtually, and multiple presenters pulled out at the last minute, citing Covid concerns. Still, many companies were undeterred, and the slew of tech announcements continued unabated. WIRED covered CES from afar, including a live taping of the Gadget Lab podcast. This week, WIRED senior associate reviews editor Adrienne So and WIRED reviews editor Julian Chokkattu join us to talk about all the best things we saw at CES, and which consumer technology trends will shape the coming year. Show Notes:  You can watch this session and our other live CES coverage on the @WIRED Twitter account. Check out our chronicle of all the outlandish gadgets at CES. Read our list of the best of CES. Julian Chokkattu can be found on Twitter @JulianChokkattu. Adrienne So is @adriennemso. Lauren Goode is @LaurenGoode. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. The show is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). This special live episode was produced by Jane Garcia Buhks and Chris Cona. Our theme music is by Solar Keys. If you have feedback about the show, or just want to enter to win a $50 gift card, take our brief listener survey here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

EXPAND Podcast with Laura Poburan
Ep. 043 - Understanding How Your Client Is Wired To Think, Act & Feel

EXPAND Podcast with Laura Poburan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 19:33


Why is it that some of our clients just “get it” - they do what they're supposed to and they get great results because of it...where others always seem to struggle and resist change?Why do we “click” more with some clients better than others...and why do some coaching calls seem to “flow” effortlessly, whereas others feel like we're clawing our way up a never-ending hill?In today's episode we're going to uncover the real culprit to these discrepancies, plus leave you with a clear understanding of how your clients brains are wired and how to use that to your advantage as a coach.For more information on the 4 faces of food, watch this training: https://go.triggermapping.com/tmtrainingHere are a few ways we can keep this party going

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
TIP411: How the Federal Reserve Broke the American Economy w/ Christopher Leonard

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 68:36


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:03:40 - The origins of Koch Industries and how Charles rose to his billionaire status.05:37 - The operating system of Koch Industries, known as Market Based Management.15:08 - Charles Koch's legacy and his mysterious operations behind closed doors.27:14 - The origins of the Federal Reserve and how it operates.31:21 - Actions taken by the FED since the GFC that have resulted in a very challenging predicament for the world's economy.31:46 - The untold story of Thomas Hoenig, a director at the FED, who was the sole opposing vote to the early FED initiatives following the GFC, which resulted in a severely damaged reputation that Christopher aims to redeem and much more.*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCES:Christopher Leonard's website.Christopher Leonard's book - Kochland: The Secret History of Koch Industries and Corporate Power in America.Christopher Leonard's book - The Lords of Easy Money: How the Federal Reserve Broke the American Economy.Preston, Trey & Stig's tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.New to the show? Check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.Identify and stop paying for subscriptions you don't need, want, or simply forgot about with Truebill. Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Protect your online activity TODAY with ExpressVPN, the VPN rated #1 by CNET and Wired, and get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package.Make it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states with Justworks.Get in early on medical technology, breakthroughs in ag tech and food production, solutions in the multi-billion dollar robotic industry, and so much more with a FREE OurCrowd account. Open yours today.Donate to GiveWell's recommended charities and have your donation matched up to $1,000 before the end of August or as long as matching funds last if you've never donate before. Pick PODCAST and We Study Billionaires or enter code TIP at checkout.Provide future financial protection to the people who matter most to you with the help of TD Term Life Insurance. Don't let anything interfere with your happiness or is prevent you from achieving your goals. Allow BetterHELP to help assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapist. Get 10% off your first month!Canada's #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Optimize your payments infrastructure, simplify expansion plans, and create new revenue streams for your business with Stripe. Join millions of companies from all sizes. Learn more and get started today!Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Every 28 seconds an entrepreneur makes their first sale on Shopify. Access powerful tools to help you find customers, drive sales, and manage your day-to-day. Start a FREE fourteen-day trial right now!Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!What do you love about our podcast? Here's our guide on how you can leave a rating and review for the show. We always enjoy reading your comments and feedback!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Money Grab
Benefits of a Salary Cap league vs Snake Draft, Strategies for Dynasty Leagues & Players who will boom or bust in 2022 with Jim Coventry! | Waiver Wired

Money Grab

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 53:15


It's a brand new episode of Waiver Wired with Jen Piacenti, Eddie Spaghetti & Jim Coventry (@JimCoventryNFL) of RotoWire! Jen and Spaghetti start off the show discussing the latest news around the NFL including, Derrick Henry returning to the Titans, Dallas and Green Bay will play their starters in Week 18 and somehow Antonio Brown has not been cut yet by Tampa Bay. Next, Jim joins the show and gets into the benefits of a salary cap fantasy football league vs a snake draft after his Kings Classic Salary Cap league win. Then, Jen & Jim go over some players they predict will have huge seasons in 2022 and some players who may fall off a bit. Lastly they round out the show with tips on being in a dynasty league. 

Eat For The Planet with Nil Zacharias
#156 - Journey Foods: Supply Chain and Food Science Meets Data

Eat For The Planet with Nil Zacharias

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 47:58


Riana Lynn is the founder of Journey Foods, a food tech company that supports cutting-edge product management and data services for food businesses. A biologist turned serial entrepreneur, Riana has developed high-growth, nationally recognized technology, and food businesses. Her accomplishments have been featured on MIT 35 under 35, CNBC, Forbes, USA Today, Wired, TechCrunch, Entrepreneur Magazine, Food Tank and more. Journey Foods' portfolio intelligence and lifecycle management software for food development and innovation helps companies address and manage the complete lifecycle of products from ideation to the marketplace.  Show Page: https://eftp.co/journey-foods Newsletter signup: https://eftp.co/newsletter Follow us on Instagram Follow Nil Zacharias on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"Wired Shut" Creative Crew: Inspire Change (Ep 65, Season 2)

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 27:38


Do you inspire others to change?  Do you collaborate toward mutually inclusive creative goals?Peter Malone Elliott and Alexander Sharp do.In this rare 2-guest Brain Burrow interview, Mark digs deep with the creative duo behind the home invasion feature film, Wired Shut. Peter shares his take on storytelling,  “I am a storyteller that is interested in exploring the murky crevices of the human condition and in understanding why we do what we do.”  He believes stories let us grow as a human race.   Alexander reminisces about his childhood and experimentation with filming (legos first and then “killing" his friends on screen).  He says when he is on set he feels "that is exactly where he needs to be. " He talks about the power of cinema bringing people together.Wired Shut stars Natalie Sharp (CW's The Flash), Blake Stadel (CW's Riverdale), and Behtash Fazlali (CW's iZombie).  The film is a horror/thriller with the sub-genre of home invasion. Peter and Alexander were inspired by the classics like Stephen King's Misery, Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear, and Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window.Wired Shut Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfWF9ZE3dz0Connect with Peter Malone Elliott:https://www.pmelliott.com/https://www.imdb.com/name/nm7583298https://twitter.com/PMEWriterConnect with Alexander Sharp:https://www.sharpart.pictures/https://www.instagram.com/alexander.sharpy/https://twitter.com/alexandersharpyhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm3911972Connect with Mark D Valenti:https://www.instagram.com/valentihorror/http://www.brainburrow.com/​https://www.imdb.com/name/nm11764201/https://www.youtube.com/user/valentimdhttps://twitter.com/brainburrowhttps://www.tiktok.com/@brainburrowhttps://www.instagram.com/brainburrowshow/Brain Burrow Sponsors:Delirium MagazineCreepy Crate (use code Burrow5 to save $5 off your first order)Horror Pack: Movie Subscription Box #brainburrow

Lofty Pursuits
#112 Wired in employees out and your letters

Lofty Pursuits

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 25:23


Greg talks about WIRED coming to film candy making at Lofty Pursuits, and about the hit COVID took on our staff recently.   Make: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MoBvV12C58 Candy: http://www.pd.net   Videos: http://www.YouTube.com/LoftyPursuits

Focus & Freedom for entrepreneurs
FF126: 7 Step Business Review with Judy Dang

Focus & Freedom for entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 25:05


In this episode, Judy Dang, Action Strategist, joins us again to share her 7 Step Business Review. Judy and I answer these 7 critical business questions from our own experience of reviewing this last year and upping our game in the new year.    Highlights From This Episode: The 7 Step Review you can do annually and then follow up quarterly What went well? Where did I grow? What didn't happen that is wished? Where do I want to up my game? What are my top 5 goals? Where are the potential obstacles? Who or what can help my leap over those obstacles?   Links & Resources From This Episode: Learn more:   Avid At Work Resources:  Goal Getter Quiz   More About Founder of Avid At Work, Judy Dang is a productivity expert who helps consultants and executives turn their ideas into action. She breaks down large fuzzy projects into snackable easy bites, so that clients actually get to the finish line. She's appeared in Forbes and WIRED magazines. Judy is the inventor of the Goal Getter Formula, a five-step process for getting clear on top priorities and the action steps to achieving them with ease and confidence   Awesome FREE Resources for YOU! Power of 3 Daily Planner Check out our other podcast guests!   Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!   Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. You can also subscribe from the podcast app on your mobile device.   Leave us an iTunes review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They expose our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave a review on iTunes. Val Low is a digital & efficiency expert to entrepreneurs to clear the business clutter and thrive. Through her Focus&Freedom™ Method many entrepreneurs have experienced more focus, time and freedom. Val shows entrepreneurs how to calm the overwhelm and distractions with focus and efficiency strategies and tools that enable them to have the freedom to do the things that matter most in their business and life. Through her Magnify Your Brand™ program, entrepreneurs and experts clarify their message that attracts their ideal clients, a brand experience that people love to talk about and setting up in a one place online platform that makes it easier for entrepreneurs to spend time in their expertise. Visit Val's Website: https://vallow.me/ Connect with Val on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ValLow.page/ Connect with Val on Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/val-low #sales #entrepreneur  #business  #branding  #marketing #mindset  #success  #leadership  #focus  #coaching  #goals  #organizing  #strategy  #productivity  #action strategist

Flow Research Collective Radio
Mapping Cloud 9: Part 4 - Steven Kotler | Flow Research Collective Radio

Flow Research Collective Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 82:22


TODAY´S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FLOW RESEARCH COLLECTIVE Are you an entrepreneur, a leader, or a knowledge worker, who wants to harness the power of flow so you can get more done in less time with greater ease and accomplish your boldest professional goals faster? If you´ve answered this question with “hell yes” then our peak-performance training Zero to Dangerous may be a good fit for you. If this sounds of interest to you all you need to do is go to getmoreflow.com right now, pop in your application and one of our team members will be in touch with you very soon.  --- “All the psilocybin subjects rated all the mystical qualities of their experience much much higher than the control group. And 6 months later the psilocybin group had all kinds of persistent beneficial effects to their attitudes and behavior they all said the experience had deepened their faith.” ~ Steven Kotler ABOUT THE GUEST: STEVEN KOTLER is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and Founder and Executive Director of the Flow Research Collective. He is one of the world's leading experts on human performance. His books include The Art of Impossible, Stealing Fire, and The Rise of Superman. His work has been translated into over 40 languages and appeared in over 100 publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Wall Street Journal, TIME, Wired, Atlantic Monthly, The Harvard Business Review and Forbes. --- If you order Steven's new book, The Art of Impossible, right now, you'll get $1,500 of free bonuses immediately dropped into your inbox.  They include secret chapters he has never released, masterclasses on key skills to help you jack up motivation, heighten creativity, and accelerate learning. You'll also get an entirely free training to help you fight distraction and spend more time in flow.  So click the link here, snag yourself a copy of The Art of Impossible, and let's get after it.

Shots and Thoughts
EP 80: The Happiest World News Stories of 2021!

Shots and Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 75:47


Welcome to the internet's only educational improv comedy game show, involving shots of liquor and D20s! In this episode we end 2021 and start 2022 with positivity by discussing the Happiest World News Stories of 2021!! We also roll some dice and of course... we take some shots. Support our show:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sntpod ( https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sntpod) Get Access to a load of benefits: https://www.patreon.com/cultiv8podcastnetwork (https://www.patreon.com/cultiv8podcastnetwork) All of our show links can be found here:https://linktr.ee/sntpod ( linktr.ee/sntpod) Rate, review and follow us on Podchaser, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and wherever you get your podcasts. Love ya, Shotties. RESOURCES Positive News: https://www.positive.news/society/what-went-right-in-2021-26-good-news-stories/ (https://www.positive.news/society/what-went-right-in-2021-26-good-news-stories/) Wired: https://www.wired.com/story/2021-positive-news/ (https://www.wired.com/story/2021-positive-news/) Support this podcast

Keen On Democracy
Tom Vanderbilt on Why We Should Never Stop Learning

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 43:05


In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Tom Vanderbilt, the author of “Beginners: The Joy and Transformative Power of Lifelong Learning”. Tom Vanderbilt is a bestselling author who writes on design, technology, science, and culture, among other subjects, for many publications, including Wired, Outside, The London Review of Books, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Wilson Quarterly, Artforum, The Wilson Quarterly, Travel and Leisure, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, Cabinet, Metropolis, and Popular Science. He is contributing editor to Artforum and the design magazine Print and I.D., contributing writer of the popular blog Design Observer, and columnist for Slate magazine. Visit our website: https://lithub.com/story-type/keen-on/ Email Andrew: a.keen@me.com Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankeen/ Watch the show live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lithub Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LiteraryHub/videos Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://andrew2ec.substack.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Podcast Talent Coach
Why It Took Me 8 Years To Launch – PTC 368

Podcast Talent Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 26:58


When we are outside looking in, things always look harder than they really are. In 2005, I discovered podcasting and it seemed far beyond anything I could ever do. The tech looked far too difficult for me to ever launch a podcast. Now, you may already have a podcast. You may have mastered the tech necessary to publish every week. If you listen closely, this episode can help you just as much as the new podcaster. We often encounter new challenges in our lives and think those feats are far beyond our capabilities. Think about the things you wish you could accomplish in the upcoming year. Maybe it is building a businessess around your podcast. You might have some really big names on your interview wish list. Maybe you've been wanting to build a sales funnel, but have no idea where to even start. All great journeys begin with the first step. Unfortunately with my podcast, it took me 8 years before I took that first step. I want to see you find success much quicker. RADIO It was March 2005. I was sitting in my living room reading a copy of Wired magazine. This was 2005 before everyone was reading magazines online. I was old school with the physical pages between my fingers. Wired magazine covers the latest in science and technology. It is nowhere near my wheelhouse, and I have no idea why I was reading it. This is probably the only issue of Wired I have ever owned. My magazines of choice have always been magazines like Inc. and Entrepreneur. I have also had a subscription to Fast Company every now and then. At the time, I was the program director of a Top 40 radio station and had my own show. Both were very successful, but the industry was changing rapidly. Radio was becoming homogonized in a big way. Stations were beginning to sound the same. Creativity was being sucked out by big business. The industry was losing its personality in favor of best practices. Think color-by-number. Radio stations weren't finding great, new artists to expose. We weren't doing big, exciting promotions any longer. Morning shows and other on-air talent were being told to shut up and play the music. Which was the same music you were hearing everywhere else. There had to be something more for me. WIRED In that March 2005 issue of Wired magazine, I discovered an article called "Adam Curry Wants To Make You An iPod Radio Star". Maybe this was the reason I had the magazine. With his big 80s hair, Adam Curry was an MTV VJ from 1987 into the mid-90s. When MTV was music television that played music videos, Curry was one of the guys jocking it between the tunes. Now we are 10 years past his MTV heyday. Adam Curry's tech side has flourished. He was actually the first owner of MTV.com before anyone realized owning URLs was a thing. Curry was 40 in 2005. He launched iPodder a year earlier. Wired described the platform like this … "A tiny application that he believes has the power to challenge commercial radio. iPodder is the bastard offspring of the blog and the Apple MP3 player. It combines the hyperactive talkiness of blogs and the hipness of iPods into something utterly new: the podcast. iPodder uses the blog syndication tool RSS to automatically download homebrew radio shows, podcasts, directly into a portable MP3 player." I was mesmerized. So much so that I tore that article out of the magazine and saved it. I don't even read Wired magazine and here I am saving an article from it. ANYONE Curry's studio was his Audi A8. He would record from the front seat with his interview guest in the passenger. This was crazy to me. The article continued with, "Welcome to podcasting, the medium that promises a future where anyone can make radio, instead of just listen to it." Anyone. That was the magical word. You see, I had been in radio for 15 years at this point. I wanted so badly to own a radio station. Unfortunately, stations were being gobbled up by big companies. The ownership dream was fading. Now big haired Adam Curry comes along and says I could do it from my car. And, people would actually listen. But I didn't know the first thing about tech. I barely knew what an .mp3 was. We were still playing music at the radio station off of CDs. I surely didn't know what an RSS feed was. PERFECT Then there was the issue of perfectionism. How could I possibly record a quality podcast from the front seat of a car when I had been working to create perfect radio audio for a decade-and-a-half? We had perfect studios and perfect microphones. The audio software cost thousands of dollars. Scripts were fine-tuned and meticulous. Now Adam was hanging some mics from the visors in his car and recording whatever came to mind. How could this be? I tucked the article away and continued on my radio journey. DAVE Then one day in late 2012 I received an email from Dave Jackson at the School of Podcasting. I had been writing a blog about content creation for podcasters. Most of the content was mined from my years in radio. My writing had been picked up by Blog World. They were looking to expand the podcast section of their website and liked what I was writing. Dave saw the articles and reached out to see how we might help each other. That was the start of a great friendship. It was also the start of my podcast. I told Dave what I didn't know. He showed me how easy it could be. Launching a podcast takes minimal equipment. You need a USB mic and a computer to plug it into. You need some software to edit the audio. Audacity is free. Then, you need an audio host like Libsyn to store and distribute the show. By the way, get your first month of Libsyn free using the promo code PTC at Libsyn.com. Next thing you know, my first episode was published in 2013. It was a lot easier than I expected. And who knows when it would have actually happened if Dave hadn't reached out that day. We all have enough information. Sometimes we just need a little accountability. What are you working on today? In the next 12 months, what do you want to accomplish? Chances are, the answers are right in front of you. They are just disguised as complicated. You don't know what you don't know. If you look under the hood and examine the real steps it takes to get there, you'll be surprised. It usually isn't nearly as hard as it looks. You just need to take the first step. Get started. BACK TO ADAM The funny thing is, I went back to revisit that Wired article. At the end of the piece, it says … How to make your own podcast ... Plug in a USB headset with earphone and microphone into your computer. Install the free Audacity .mp3 recorder for Windows, Mac or Linux. Make a recording and save it as an .mp3. Upload the .mp3 file to your website or blog. Follow the instruction on iPodder to create an RSS feed on your site. Today it is very similar, but much easier. Libsyn creates that RSS feed for you. Today, you plug in the mic and record the show. Audacity is still free, though I prefer Hindenburg Journalist for $95. Find a link at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/JV. Export and upload the .mp3 file to Libsyn just like you would upload a video to Facebook and you are set. Your podcast is up and running. GET STARTED But, like I said … we have enough information. We just need some accountability. There are times we just need someone to show us the way rather than telling us. The information was right in front of me. It took 8 years before Dave gave me the shove I needed to get started. Now, I'm 368 episodes into this journey. If you are ready to launch your podcast and would like some help seeing the way, I am holding a free training. It is called "How to Launch a Podcast to Attract Your Ideal Clients in 30 Days or Less". The training happens January 17th. During this training, you will discover … How to master the 6 steps to launch a podcast in 30 days that will attract your ideal clients and generate revenue The three podcast secrets the podcast gurus don't teach you Why now is the IDEAL time to launch your show Why podcasting is better than any other content format You don't want to miss it. Get registered at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/LaunchTraining. If you need a little push to get launched, let me show you the steps. You could have your podcast up and running by the end of February. Come join us. Register at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/LaunchTraining. I'll see you there.

Screaming in the Cloud
Breaching the Coding Gates with Anil Dash

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 39:03


About AnilAnil Dash is the CEO of Glitch, the friendly developer community where coders collaborate to create and share millions of web apps. He is a recognized advocate for more ethical tech through his work as an entrepreneur and writer. He serves as a board member for organizations like the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the leading nonprofit defending digital privacy and expression, Data & Society Research Institute, which researches the cutting edge of tech's impact on society, and The Markup, the nonprofit investigative newsroom that pushes for tech accountability. Dash was an advisor to the Obama White House's Office of Digital Strategy, served for a decade on the board of Stack Overflow, the world's largest community for coders, and today advises key startups and non-profits including the Lower East Side Girls Club, Medium, The Human Utility, DonorsChoose and Project Include.As a writer and artist, Dash has been a contributing editor and monthly columnist for Wired, written for publications like The Atlantic and Businessweek, co-created one of the first implementations of the blockchain technology now known as NFTs, had his works exhibited in the New Museum of Contemporary Art, and collaborated with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda on one of the most popular Spotify playlists of 2018. Dash has also been a keynote speaker and guest in a broad range of media ranging from the Obama Foundation Summit to SXSW to Desus and Mero's late-night show.Links: Glitch: https://glitch.com Web.dev: https://web.dev Glitch Twitter: https://twitter.com/glitch Anil Dash Twitter: https://twitter.com/anildash TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: It seems like there is a new security breach every day. Are you confident that an old SSH key, or a shared admin account, isn't going to come back and bite you? If not, check out Teleport. Teleport is the easiest, most secure way to access all of your infrastructure. The open source Teleport Access Plane consolidates everything you need for secure access to your Linux and Windows servers—and I assure you there is no third option there. Kubernetes clusters, databases, and internal applications like AWS Management Console, Yankins, GitLab, Grafana, Jupyter Notebooks, and more. Teleport's unique approach is not only more secure, it also improves developer productivity. To learn more visit: goteleport.com. And not, that is not me telling you to go away, it is: goteleport.com.Corey: It seems like there is a new security breach every day. Are you confident that an old SSH key, or a shared admin account, isn't going to come back and bite you? If not, check out Teleport. Teleport is the easiest, most secure way to access all of your infrastructure. The open source Teleport Access Plane consolidates everything you need for secure access to your Linux and Windows servers—and I assure you there is no third option there. Kubernetes clusters, databases, and internal applications like AWS Management Console, Yankins, GitLab, Grafana, Jupyter Notebooks, and more. Teleport's unique approach is not only more secure, it also improves developer productivity. To learn more visit: goteleport.com. And not, that is not me telling you to go away, it is: goteleport.com.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Redis, the company behind the incredibly popular open source database that is not the bind DNS server. If you're tired of managing open source Redis on your own, or you're using one of the vanilla cloud caching services, these folks have you covered with the go to manage Redis service for global caching and primary database capabilities; Redis Enterprise. To learn more and deploy not only a cache but a single operational data platform for one Redis experience, visit redis.com/hero. Thats r-e-d-i-s.com/hero. And my thanks to my friends at Redis for sponsoring my ridiculous non-sense.  Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Today's guest is a little bit off the beaten path from the cloud infrastructure types I generally drag, kicking and screaming, onto the show. If we take a look at the ecosystem and where it's going, it's clear that in the future, not everyone who wants to build a business, or a tool, or even an application is going to necessarily spring fully-formed into the world from the forehead of some God, knowing how to code. And oh, “I'm going to go to a boot camp for four months to learn how to do it first,” is increasingly untenable. I don't know if you would call it low-code or not. But that's how it feels. My guest today is Anil Dash, CEO of Glitch. Anil, thank you for joining me.Anil: Thanks so much for having me.Corey: So, let's get the important stuff out of the way first, since I have a long-standing history of mispronouncing the company Twitch as ‘Twetch,' I should probably do the same thing here. So, what is Gletch? And what does it do?Anil: Glitch is, at its simplest, a tool that lets you build a full-stack app in your web browser in about 30 seconds. And, you know, for your community, your audience, it's also this ability to create and deploy code instantly on a full-stack server with no concern for deploy, or DevOps, or provisioning a container, or any of those sort of concerns. And what it is for the users is, honestly, a community. They're like, “I looked at this app that was on Glitch; I thought it was cool; I could do what we call [remixing 00:02:03].” Which is to kind of fork that app, a running app, make a couple edits, and all of a sudden live at a real URL on the web, my app is running with exactly what I built. And that's something that has been—I think, just captured a lot of people's imagination to now where they've built over 12 or 15 million apps on the platform.Corey: You describe it somewhat differently than I would, and given that I tend to assume that people who create and run successful businesses don't generally tend to do it without thought, I'm not quite, I guess, insufferable enough to figure out, “Oh, well, I thought about this for ten seconds, therefore I've solved a business problem that you have been needling at for years.” But when I look at Glitch, I would describe it as something different than the way that you describe it. I would call it a web-based IDE for low-code applications and whatnot, and you never talk about it that way. Everything I can see there describes it talks about friendly creators, and community tied to it. Why is that?Anil: You're not wrong from the conventional technologist's point of view. I—sufficient vintage; I was coding in Visual Basic back in the '90s and if you squint, you can see that influence on Glitch today. And so I don't reject that description, but part of it is about the audience we're speaking to, which is sort of a next generation of creators. And I think importantly, that's not just age, right, but that could be demographic, that can be just sort of culturally, wherever you're at. And what we look at is who's making the most interesting stuff on the internet and in the industry, and they tend to be grounded in broader culture, whether they're on, you know, Instagram, or TikTok, or, you know, whatever kind of influencer, you want to point at—YouTube.And those folks, they think of themselves as creators first and they think of themselves as participating in the community first and then the tool sort of follow. And I think one of the things that's really striking is, if you look at—we'll take YouTube as an example because everyone's pretty familiar with it—they have a YouTube Creator Studio. And it is a very rich and deep tool. It does more than, you know, you would have had iMovie, or Final Cut Pro doing, you know, 10 or 15 years ago, incredibly advanced stuff. And those [unintelligible 00:04:07] use it every day, but nobody goes to YouTube and says, “This is a cloud-based nonlinear editor for video production, and we target cinematographers.” And if they did, they would actually narrow their audience and they would limit what their impact is on the world.And so similarly, I think we look at that for Glitch where the social object, the central thing that people organize around a Glitch is an app, not code. And that's this really kind of deep and profound idea, which is that everybody can understand an app. Everybody has an idea for an app. You know, even the person who's, “Ah, I'm not technical,” or, “I'm not really into technology,” they're like, “But you know what? If I could make an app, I would make this.”And so we think a lot about that creative impulse. And the funny thing is, that is a common thread between somebody that literally just got on the internet for the first time and somebody who has been doing cloud deploys for as long as there's been a cloud to deploy to, or somebody has been coding for decades. No matter who you are, you have that place that is starting from what's the experience I want to build, the app I want to build? And so I think that's where there's that framing. But it's also been really useful, in that if you're trying to make a better IDE in the cloud and a better text editor, and there are multiple trillion-dollar companies that [laugh] are creating products in that category, I don't think you're going to win. On the other hand, if you say, “This is more fun, and cooler, and has a better design, and feels better,” I think we could absolutely win in a walk away compared to trillion-dollar companies trying to be cool.Corey: I think that this is an area that has a few players in it could definitely stand to benefit by having more there. My big fear is not that AWS is going to launch stuff in your space and drive you out of business; I think that is a somewhat naive approach. I'm more concerned that they're going to try to launch something in your space, give it a dumb name, fail that market and appropriately, not understand who it's for and set the entire idea back five years. That is, in some cases, it seems like their modus operandi for an awful lot of new markets.Anil: Yeah, I mean, that's not an uncommon problem in any category that's sort of community driven. So, you know, back in the day, I worked on building blogging tools at the beginning of this, sort of, social media era, and we worried about that a lot. We had built some of the first early tools, Movable Type, and TypePad, and these were what were used to launch, like, Gawker and Huffington Post and all the, sort of, big early sites. And we had been doing it a couple years—and then at that time, major player—AOL came in, and they launched their own AOL blog service, and we were, you know, quaking in our boots. I remember just being kind of like, pit in your stomach, “Oh, my gosh. This is going to devastate the category.”And as it turns out, people were smart, and they have taste, and they can tell. And the domain that we're in is not one that is about raw computing power or raw resources that you can bring to bear so much as it is about can you get people to connect together, collaborate together, and feel like they're in a place where they want to make something and they want to share it with other people? And I mean, we've never done a single bit of advertising for Glitch. There's never been any paid acquisition. There's never done any of those things. And we go up against, broadly in the space, people that have billboards and they buy out all the ads of the airport and, you know, all the other kind of things we see—Corey: And they do the typical enterprise thing where they spend untold millions in acquiring the real estate to advertise on, and then about 50 cents on the message, from the looks of it. It's, wow, you go to all this trouble and expense to get something in front of me, and after all of that to get my attention, you don't have anything interesting to say?Anil: Right.Corey: [crosstalk 00:07:40] inverse of that.Anil: [crosstalk 00:07:41] it doesn't work.Corey: Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's brand awareness. I love that game. Ugh.Anil: I was a CIO, and not once in my life did I ever make a purchasing decision based on who was sponsoring a golf tournament. It never happened, right? Like, I never made a call on a database platform because of a poster that was up at, you know, San Jose Airport. And so I think that's this thing that developers in particular, have really good BS filters, and you can sort of see through.Corey: What I have heard about the airport advertising space—and I but a humble cloud economist; I don't know if this is necessarily accurate or not—but if you have a company like Accenture, for example, that advertises on airport billboards, they don't even bother to list their website. If you go to their website, it turns out that there's no shopping cart function. I cannot add ‘one consulting' to my cart and make a purchase.Anil: “Ten pounds of consult, please.”Corey: Right? I feel like the primary purpose there might very well be that when someone presents to your board and says, “All right, we've had this conversation with Accenture.” The response is not, “Who?” It's a brand awareness play, on some level. That said, you say you don't do a bunch traditional advertising, but honestly, I feel like you advertise—more successfully—than I do at The Duckbill Group, just by virtue of having a personality running the company, in your case.Now, your platform is for the moment, slightly larger than mine, but that's okay,k I have ambition and a tenuous grasp of reality and I'm absolutely going to get there one of these days. But there is something to be said for someone who has a track record of doing interesting things and saying interesting things, pulling a, “This is what I do and this is how I do it.” It almost becomes a personality-led marketing effort to some degree, doesn't it?Anil: I'm a little mindful of that, right, where I think—so a little bit of context and history: Glitch as a company is actually 20 years old. The product is only a few years old, but we were formerly called Fog Creek Software, co-founded by Joel Spolsky who a lot of folks will know from back in the day as Joel on Software blog, was extremely influential. And that company, under leadership of Joel and his co-founder Michael Pryor spun out Stack Overflow, they spun out Trello. He had created, you know, countless products over the years so, like, their technical and business acumen is off the charts.And you know, I was on the board of Stack Overflow from, really, those first days and until just recently when they sold, and you know, you get this insight into not just how do you build a developer community that is incredibly valuable, but also has a place in the ecosystem that is unique and persists over time. And I think that's something that was very, very instructive. And so when it came in to lead Glitch I, we had already been a company with a, sort of, visible founder. Joel was as well known as a programmer as it got in the world?Corey: Oh, yes.Anil: And my public visibility is different, right? I, you know, I was a working coder for many years, but I don't think that's what people see me on social media has. And so I think, I've been very mindful where, like, I'm thrilled to use the platform I have to amplify what was created on a Glitch. But what I note is it's always, “This person made this thing. This person made this app and it had this impact, and it got these results, or made this difference for them.”And that's such a different thing than—I don't ever talk about, “We added syntax highlighting in the IDE and the editor in the browser.” It's just never it right. And I think there are people that—I love that work. I mean, I love having that conversation with our team, but I think that's sort of the difference is my enthusiasm is, like, people are making stuff and it's cool. And that sort of is my lens on the whole world.You know, somebody makes whatever a great song, a great film, like, these are all things that are exciting. And the Glitch community's creations sort of feel that way. And also, we have other visible people on the team. I think of our sort of Head of Community, Jenn Schiffer, who's a very well known developer and her right. And you know, tons of people have read her writing and seen her talks over the years.And she and I talk about this stuff; I think she sort of feels the same way, which is, she's like, “If I were, you know, being hired by some cloud platform to show the latest primitives that they've deployed behind an API,” she's like, “I'd be miserable. Like, I don't want to do that in the world.” And I sort of feel the same way. But if you say, “This person who never imagined they would make an app that would have this kind of impact.” And they're going to, I think of just, like, the last couple of weeks, some of the apps we've seen where people are—it could be [unintelligible 00:11:53]. It could be like, “We made a Slack bot that finally gets this reporting into the right channel [laugh] inside our company, but it was easy enough that I could do it myself without asking somebody to create it even though I'm not technically an engineer.” Like, that's incredible.The other extreme, we have people that are PhDs working on machine learning that are like, “At the end of the day, I don't want to be responsible for managing and deploying. [laugh]. I go home, and so the fact that I can do this in create is really great.” I think that energy, I mean, I feel the same way. I still build stuff all the time, and I think that's something where, like, you can't fake that and also, it's bigger than any one person or one public persona or social media profile, or whatever. I think there's this bigger idea. And I mean, to that point, there are millions of developers on Glitch and they've created well over ten million apps. I am not a humble person, but very clearly, that's not me, you know? [laugh].Corey: I have the same challenge to it's, effectively, I have now a 12 employee company and about that again contractors for various specialized functions, and the common perception, I think, is that mostly I do all the stuff that we talk about in public, and the other 11 folks sort of sit around and clap as I do it. Yeah, that is only four of those people's jobs as it turns out. There are more people doing work here. It's challenging, on some level, to get away from the myth of the founder who is the person who has the grand vision and does all the work and sees all these things.Anil: This industry loves the myth of the great man, or the solo legend, or the person in their bedroom is a genius, the lone genius, and it's a lie. It's a lie every time. And I think one of the things that we can do, especially in the work at Glitch, but I think just in my work overall with my whole career is to dismantle that myth. I think that would be incredibly valuable. It just would do a service for everybody.But I mean, that's why Glitch is the way it is. It's a collaboration platform. Our reference points are, you know, we look at Visual Studio and what have you, but we also look at Google Docs. Why is it that people love to just send a link to somebody and say, “Let's edit this thing together and knock out a, you know, a memo together or whatever.” I think that idea we're going to collaborate together, you know, we saw that—like, I think of Figma, which is a tool that I love. You know, I knew Dylan when he was a teenager and watching him build that company has been so inspiring, not least because design was always supposed to be collaborative.And then you think about we're all collaborating together in design every day. We're all collaborating together and writing in Google Docs—or whatever we use—every day. And then coding is still this kind of single-player game. Maybe at best, you throw something over the wall with a pull request, but for the most part, it doesn't feel like you're in there with somebody. Certainly doesn't feel like you're creating together in the same way that when you're jamming on these other creative tools does. And so I think that's what's been liberating for a lot of people is to feel like it's nice to have company when you're making something.Corey: Periodically, I'll talk to people in the AWS ecosystem who for some reason appear to believe that Jeff Barr builds a lot of these services himself then writes blog posts about them. And it's, Amazon does not break out how many of its 1.2 million or so employees work at AWS, but I'm guessing it's more than five people. So yeah, Jeff probably only wrote a dozen of those services himself; the rest are—Anil: That's right. Yeah.Corey: —done by service teams and the rest. It's easy to condense this stuff and I'm as guilty of it as anyone. To my mind, a big company is one that has 200 people in it. That is not apparently something the world agrees with.Anil: Yeah, it's impossible to fathom an organization of hundreds of thousands or a million-plus people, right? Like, our brains just aren't wired to do it. And I think so we reduce things to any given Jeff, whether that's Barr or Bezos, whoever you want to point to.Corey: At one point, I think they had something like more men named Jeff on their board than they did women, which—Anil: Yeah. Mm-hm.Corey: —all right, cool. They've fixed that and now they have a Dave problem.Anil: Yeah [unintelligible 00:15:37] say that my entire career has been trying to weave out of that dynamic, whether it was a Dave, a Mike, or a Jeff. But I think that broader sort of challenge is this—that is related to the idea of there being this lone genius. And I think if we can sort of say, well, creation always happens in community. It always happens influenced by other things. It is always—I mean, this is why we talk about it in Glitch.When you make an app, you don't start from a blank slate, you start from a working app that's already on the platform and you're remix it. And there was a little bit of a ego resistance by some devs years ago when they first encountered that because [unintelligible 00:16:14] like, “No, no, no, I need a blank page, you know, because I have this brilliant idea that nobody's ever thought of before.” And I'm like, “You know, the odds are you'll probably start from something pretty close to something that's built before.” And that enabler of, “There's nothing new under the sun, and you're probably remixing somebody else's thoughts,” I think that sort of changed the tenor of the community. And I think that's something where like, I just see that across the industry.When people are open, collaborative, like even today, a great example is web browsers. The folks making web browsers at Google, Apple, Mozilla are pretty collaborative. They actually do share ideas together. I mean, I get a window into that because they actually all use Glitch to do test cases on different bugs and stuff for them, but you see, one Glitch project will add in folks from Mozilla and folks from Apple and folks from the Chrome team and Google, and they're like working together and you're, like—you kind of let down the pretense of there being this secret genius that's only in this one organization, this one group of people, and you're able to make something great, and the web is greater than all of them. And the proof, you know, for us is that Glitch is not a new idea. Heroku wanted to do what we're doing, you know, a dozen years ago.Corey: Yeah, everyone wants to build Heroku except the company that acquired Heroku, and here we are. And now it's—I was waiting for the next step and it just seemed like it never happened.Anil: But you know when I talked to those folks, they were like, “Well, we didn't have Docker, and we didn't have containerization, and on the client side, we didn't have modern browsers that could do this kind of editing experience, all this kind of thing.” So, they let their editor go by the wayside and became mostly deploy platform. And—but people forget, for the first year or two Heroku had an in-browser editor, and an IDE and, you know, was constrained by the tech at the time. And I think that's something where I'm like, we look at that history, we look at, also, like I said, these browser manufacturers working together were able to get us to a point where we can make something better.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle HeatWave is a new high-performance accelerator for the Oracle MySQL Database Service. Although I insist on calling it “my squirrel.” While MySQL has long been the worlds most popular open source database, shifting from transacting to analytics required way too much overhead and, ya know, work. With HeatWave you can run your OLTP and OLAP, don't ask me to ever say those acronyms again, workloads directly from your MySQL database and eliminate the time consuming data movement and integration work, while also performing 1100X faster than Amazon Aurora, and 2.5X faster than Amazon Redshift, at a third of the cost. My thanks again to Oracle Cloud for sponsoring this ridiculous nonsense.Corey: I do have a question for you about the nuts and bolts behind the scenes of Glitch and how it works. If I want to remix something on Glitch, I click the button, a couple seconds later it's there and ready for me to start kicking the tires on, which tells me a few things. One, it is certainly not using CloudFormation to provision it because I didn't have time to go and grab a quick snack and take a six hour nap. So, it apparently is running on computers somewhere. I have it on good authority that this is not just run by people who are very fast at assembling packets by hand. What does the infrastructure look like?Anil: It's on AWS. Our first year-plus of prototyping while we were sort of in beta and early stages of Glitch was getting that time to remix to be acceptable. We still wish it were faster; I mean, that's always the way but, you know, when we started, it was like, yeah, you did sit there for a minute and watch your cursor spin. I mean, what's happening behind the scenes, we're provisioning a new container, standing up a full stack, bringing over the code from the Git repo on the previous project, like, we're doing a lot of work, lift behind the scenes, and we went through every possible permutation of what could make that experience be good enough. So, when we start talking about prototyping, we're at five-plus, almost six years ago when we started building the early versions of what became Glitch, and at that time, we were fairly far along in maturity with Docker, but there was not a clear answer about the use case that we're building for.So, we experimented with Docker Swarm. We went pretty far down that road; we spent a good bit of time there, it failed in ways that were both painful and slow to fix. So, that was great. I don't recommend that. In fairness, we have a very unusual use case, right? So, Glitch now, if you talk about ten million containers on Glitch, no two of those apps are the same and nobody builds an orchestration infrastructure assuming that every single machine is a unique snowflake.Corey: Yeah, massively multi-tenant is not really a thing that people know.Anil: No. And also from a security posture Glitch—if you look at it as a security expert—it is a platform allowing anonymous users to execute arbitrary code at scale. That's what we do. That's our job. And so [laugh], you know, so your threat model is very different. It's very different.I mean, literally, like, you can go to Glitch and build an app, running a full-stack app, without even logging in. And the reason we enable that is because we see kids in classrooms, they're learning to code for the first time, they want to be able to remix a project and they don't even have an email address. And so that was about enabling something different, right? And then, similarly, you know, we explored Kubernetes—because of course you do; it's the default choice here—and some of the optimizations, again, if you go back several years ago, being able to suspend a project and then quickly sort of rehydrate it off disk into a running app was not a common use case, and so it was not optimized. And so we couldn't offer that experience because what we do with Glitch is, if you haven't used an app in five minutes, and you're not a paid member, who put that app to sleep. And that's just a reasonable—Corey: Uh, “Put the app to sleep,” as in toddler, or, “Put the app to sleep,” as an ill puppy.Anil: [laugh]. Hopefully, the former, but when we were at our worst and scaling the ladder. But that is that thing; it's like we had that moment that everybody does, which is that, “Oh, no. This worked.” That was a really scary moment where we started seeing app creation ramping up, and number of edits that people were making in those apps, you know, ramping up, which meant deploys for us ramping up because we automatically deploy as you edit on Glitch. And so, you know, we had that moment where just—well, as a startup, you always hope things go up into the right, and then they do and then you're not sleeping for a long time. And we've been able to get it back under control.Corey: Like, “Oh, no, I'm not succeeding.” Followed immediately by, “Oh, no, I'm succeeding.” And it's a good problem to have.Anil: Exactly. Right, right, right. The only thing worse than failing is succeeding sometimes, in terms of stress levels. And organizationally, you go through so much; technically, you go through so much. You know, we were very fortunate to have such thoughtful technical staff to navigate these things.But it was not obvious, and it was not a sort of this is what you do off the shelf. And our architecture was very different because people had looked at—like, I look at one of our inspirations was CodePen, which is a great platform and the community love them. And their front end developers are, you know, always showing off, “Here's this cool CSS thing I figured out, and it's there.” But for the most part, they're publishing static content, so architecturally, they look almost more like a content management system than an app-running platform. And so we couldn't learn anything from them about our scaling our architecture.We could learn from them on community, and they've been an inspiration there, but I think that's been very, very different. And then, conversely, if we looked at the Herokus of the world, or all those sort of easy deploy, I think Amazon has half a dozen different, like, “This will be easier,” kind of deploy tools. And we looked at those, and they were code-centric not app-centric. And that led to fundamentally different assumptions in user experience and optimization.And so, you know, we had to chart our own path and I think it was really only the last year or so that we were able to sort of turn the corner and have high degree of confidence about, we know what people build on Glitch and we know how to support and scale it. And that unlocked this, sort of, wave of creativity where there are things that people want to create on the internet but it had become too hard to do so. And the canonical example I think I was—those of us are old enough to remember FTPing up a website—Corey: Oh, yes.Anil: —right—to Geocities, or whatever your shared web host was, we remember how easy that was and how much creativity was enabled by that.Corey: Yes, “How easy it was,” quote-unquote, for those of us who spent years trying to figure out passive versus active versus ‘what is going on?' As far as FTP transfers. And it turns out that we found ways to solve for that, mostly, but it became something a bit different and a bit weird. But here we are.Anil: Yeah, there was definitely an adjustment period, but at some point, if you'd made an HTML page in notepad on your computer, and you could, you know, hurl it at a server somewhere, it would kind of run. And when you realize, you look at the coding boot camps, or even just to, like, teach kids to code efforts, and they're like, “Day three. Now, you've gotten VS Code and GitHub configured. We can start to make something.” And you're like, “The whole magic of this thing getting it to light up. You put it in your web browser, you're like, ‘That's me. I made this.'” you know, north star for us was almost, like, you go from zero to hello world in a minute. That's huge.Corey: I started participating one of those boot camps a while back to help. Like, the first thing I changed about the curriculum was, “Yeah, we're not spending time teaching people how to use VI in, at that point, the 2010s.” It was, that was a fun bit of hazing for those of us who were becoming Unix admins and knew that wherever we'd go, we'd find VI on a server, but here in the real world, there are better options for that.Anil: This is rank cruelty.Corey: Yeah, I mean, I still use it because 20 years of muscle memory doesn't go away overnight, but I don't inflict that on others.Anil: Yeah. Well, we saw the contrast. Like, we worked with, there's a group called Mouse here in New York City that creates the computer science curriculum for the public schools in the City of New York. And there's a million kids in public school in New York City, right, and they all go through at least some of this CS education. [unintelligible 00:24:49] saw a lot of work, a lot of folks in the tech community here did. It was fantastic.And yet they were still doing this sort of very conceptual, theoretical. Here's how a professional developer would set up their environment. Quote-unquote, “Professional.” And I'm like, you know what really sparks kids' interests? If you tell them, “You can make a page and it'll be live and you can send it to your friend. And you can do it right now.”And once you've sparked that creative impulse, you can't stop them from doing the rest. And I think what was wild was kids followed down that path. Some of the more advanced kids got to high school and realized they want to experiment with, like, AI and ML, right? And they started playing with TensorFlow. And, you know, there's collaboration features in Glitch where you can do real-time editing and a code with this. And they went in the forum and they were asking questions, that kind of stuff. And the people answering their questions were the TensorFlow team at Google. [laugh]. Right?Corey: I remember those days back when everything seemed smaller and more compact, [unintelligible 00:25:42] but almost felt like a balkanization of community—Anil: Yeah.Corey: —where now it's oh, have you joined that Slack team, and I'm looking at this and my machine is screaming for more RAM. It's, like, well, it has 128 gigs in it. Shouldn't that be enough? Not for Slack.Anil: Not for chat. No, no, no. Chat is demanding.Corey: Oh, yeah, that and Chrome are basically trying to out-ram each other. But if you remember the days of volunteering as network staff on Freenode when you could basically gather everyone for a given project in the entire stack on the same IRC network. And that doesn't happen anymore.Anil: And there's something magic about that, right? It's like now the conversations are closed off in a Slack or Discord or what have you, but to have a sort of open forum where people can talk about this stuff, what's wild about that is, for a beginner, a teenage creator who's learning this stuff, the idea that the people who made the AI, I can talk to, they're alive still, you know what I mean? Like, yeah, they're not even that old. But [laugh]. They think of this is something that's been carved in stone for 100 years.And so it's so inspiring to them. And then conversely, talking to the TensorFlow team, they made these JavaScript examples, like, tensorflow.js was so accessible, you know? And they're like, “This is the most heartwarming thing. Like, we think about all these enterprise use cases or whatever. But like, kids wanting to make stuff, like recognize their friends' photo, and all the vision stuff they're doing around [unintelligible 00:26:54] out there,” like, “We didn't know this is why we do it until we saw this is why we do it.”And that part about connecting the creative impulse from both, like, the most experienced, advanced coders at the most august tech companies that exist, as well as the most rank beginners in public schools, who might not even have a computer at home, saying that's there—if you put those two things together, and both of those are saying, “I'm a coder; I'm able to create; I can make something on the internet, and I can share it with somebody and be inspired by it,” like, that is… that's as good as it gets.Corey: There's something magic in being able to reach out to people who built this stuff. And honestly—you shouldn't feel this way, but you do—when I was talking to the folks who wrote the things I was working on, it really inspires you to ask better questions. Like when I'm talking to Dr. Venema, the author of Postfix and I'm trying to figure out how this thing works, well, I know for a fact that I will not be smarter than he is at basically anything in that entire universe, and maybe most beyond that, as well, however, I still want to ask a question in such a way that doesn't make me sound like a colossal dumbass. So, it really inspires you—Anil: It motivates you.Corey: Oh, yeah. It inspires you to raise your question bar up a bit, of, “I am trying to do x. I expect y to happen. Instead, z is happening as opposed to what I find the documentation that”—oh, as I read the documentation, discover exactly what I messed up, and then I delete the whole email. It's amazing how many of those things you never send because when constructing a question the right way, you can help yourself.Anil: Rubber ducking against your heroes.Corey: Exactly.Anil: I mean, early in my career, I'd gone through sort of licensing mishap on a project that later became open-source, and sort of stepped it in and as you do, and unprompted, I got an advice email from Dan Bricklin, who invented the spreadsheet, he invented VisiCalc, and he had advice and he was right. And it was… it was unreal. I was like, this guy's one of my heroes. I grew up reading about his work, and not only is he, like, a living, breathing person, he's somebody that can have the kindness to reach out and say, “Yeah, you know, have you tried this? This might work.”And it's, this isn't, like, a guy who made an app. This is the guy who made the app for which the phrase killer app was invented, right? And, you know, we've since become friends and I think a lot of his inspiration and his work. And I think it's one of the things it's like, again, if you tell somebody starting out, the people who invented the fundamental tools of the digital era, are still active, still building stuff, still have advice to share, and you can connect with them, it feels like a cheat code. It feels like a superpower, right? It feels like this impossible thing.And I think about like, even for me, the early days of the web, view source, which is still buried in our browser somewhere. And you can see the code that makes the page, it felt like getting away with something. “You mean, I can just look under the hood and see how they made this page and then I can do it too?” I think we forget how radical that is—[unintelligible 00:29:48] radical open-source in general is—and you see it when, like, you talk to young creators. I think—you know, I mean, Glitch obviously is used every day by, like, people at Microsoft and Google and the New York Timesor whatever, like, you know, the most down-the-road, enterprise developers, but I think a lot about the new creators and the people who are learning, and what they tell me a lot is the, like, “Oh, so I made this app, but what do I have to do to put it on the internet?”I'm like, “It already is.” Like, as soon as you create it, that URL was live, it all works. And their, like, “But isn't there, like, an app store I have to ask? Isn't there somebody I have to get permission to publish this from? Doesn't somebody have to approve it?”And you realize they've grown up with whether it was the app stores on their phones, or the cartridges in their Nintendo or, you know, whatever it was, they had always had this constraint on technology. It wasn't something you make; it's something that is given to you, you know, handed down from on high. And I think that's the part that animates me and the whole team, the community, is this idea of, like, I geek out about our infrastructure. I love that we're doing deploys constantly, so fast, all the time, and I love that we've taken the complexity away, but the end of the day, the reason why we do it, is you can have somebody just sort of saying, I didn't realize there was a place I could just make something put it in front of, maybe, millions of people all over the world and I don't have to ask anybody permission and my idea can matter as much as the thing that's made by the trillion-dollar company.Corey: It's really neat to see, I guess, the sense of spirit and soul that arises from a smaller, more, shall we say, soulful company. No disparagement meant toward my friends at AWS and other places. It's just, there's something that you lose when you get to a certain point of scale. Like, I don't ever have to have a meeting internally and discuss things, like, “Well, does this thing that we're toying with doing violate antitrust law?” That is never been on my roadmap of things I have to even give the slightest crap about.Anil: Right, right? You know, “What does the investor relations person at a retirement fund think about the feature that we shipped?” Is not a question that we have to answer. There's this joy in also having community that sort of has come along with us, right? So, we talk a lot internally about, like, how do we make sure Glitch stays weird? And, you know, the community sort of supports that.Like, there's no reason logically that our logo should be the emoji of two fish. But that kind of stuff of just, like, it just is. We don't question it anymore. I think that we're very lucky. But also that we are part of an ecosystem. I also am very grateful where, like… yeah, that folks at Google use Glitch as part of their daily work when they're explaining a new feature in Chrome.Like, if you go to web.dev and their dev portal teaches devs how to code, all the embedded examples go to these Glitch apps that are running, showing running code is incredible. When we see the Stripe team building examples of, like, “Do you want to use this new payment API that we made? Well, we have a Glitch for you.” And literally every day, they ship one that sort of goes and says, “Well, if you just want to use this new Stripe feature, you just remix this thing and it's instantly running on Glitch.”I mean, those things are incredible. So like, I'm very grateful that the biggest companies and most influential companies in the industry have embraced it. So, I don't—yeah, I don't disparage them at all, but I think that ability to connect to the person who'd be like, “I just want to do payments. I've never heard of Stripe.”Corey: Oh yeah.Anil: And we have this every day. They come into Glitch, and they're just like, I just wanted to take credit cards. I didn't know there's a tool to do that.Corey: “I was going to build it myself,” and everyone shrieks, “No, no. Don't do that. My God.” Yeah. Use one of their competitors, fine,k but building it yourself is something a lunatic would do.Anil: Exactly. Right, right. And I think we forget that there's only so much attention people can pay, there's only so much knowledge they have.Corey: Everything we say is new to someone. That's why I always go back to assuming no one's ever heard of me, and explain the basics of what I do and how I do it, periodically. It's, no one has done all the mandatory reading. Who knew?Anil: And it's such a healthy exercise to, right, because I think we always have that kind of beginner's mindset about what Glitch is. And in fairness, I understand why. Like, there have been very experienced developers that have said, “Well, Glitch looks too colorful. It looks like a toy.” And that we made a very intentional choice at masking—like, we're doing the work under the hood.And you can drop down into a terminal and you can do—you can run whatever build script you want. You can do all that stuff on Glitch, but that's not what we put up front and I think that's this philosophy about the role of the technology versus the people in the ecosystem.Corey: I want to thank you for taking so much time out of your day to, I guess, explain what Glitch is and how you view it. If people want to learn more about it, about your opinions, et cetera. Where can they find you?Anil: Sure. glitch.com is easiest place, and hopefully that's a something you can go and a minute later, you'll have a new app that you built that you want to share. And, you know, we're pretty active on all social media, you know, Twitter especially with Glitch: @glitch. I'm on as @anildash.And one of the things I love is I get to talk to folks like you and learn from the community, and as often as not, that's where most of the inspiration comes from is just sort of being out in all the various channels, talking to people. It's wild to be 20-plus years into this and still never get tired of that.Corey: It's why I love this podcast. Every time I talk to someone, I learn something new. It's hard to remain too ignorant after you have enough people who've shared wisdom with you as long as you can retain it.Anil: That's right.Corey: Thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me.Anil: So, glad to be here.Corey: Anil Dash, CEO of Gletch—or Glitch as he insists on calling it. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an angry comment telling me how your small team at AWS is going to crush Glitch into the dirt just as soon as they find a name that's dumb enough for the service.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®
Attraction | Are We Conditioned or Pre Wired? | Word on the Street

My Take On It with Your Angelic Karma®

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 27:34


Flow Research Collective Radio
Mapping Cloud 9: Part 3 - Steven Kotler | Flow Research Collective Radio

Flow Research Collective Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 67:45


TODAY´S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FLOW RESEARCH COLLECTIVE Are you an entrepreneur, a leader, or a knowledge worker, who wants to harness the power of flow so you can get more done in less time with greater ease and accomplish your boldest professional goals faster? If you´ve answered this question with “hell yes” then our peak-performance training Zero to Dangerous may be a good fit for you. If this sounds of interest to you all you need to do is go to getmoreflow.com right now, pop in your application and one of our team members will be in touch with you very soon.  --- “We are meaning-making machines. What that really means is what neurons do at a really basic level is pattern recognition.” ~ Steven Kotler ABOUT THE GUEST: STEVEN KOTLER is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and Founder and Executive Director of the Flow Research Collective. He is one of the world's leading experts on human performance. His books include The Art of Impossible, Stealing Fire, and The Rise of Superman. His work has been translated into over 40 languages and appeared in over 100 publications, including the New York Times Magazine, Wall Street Journal, TIME, Wired, Atlantic Monthly, The Harvard Business Review and Forbes. --- If you order Steven's new book, The Art of Impossible, right now, you'll get $1,500 of free bonuses immediately dropped into your inbox.  They include secret chapters he has never released, masterclasses on key skills to help you jack up motivation, heighten creativity, and accelerate learning. You'll also get an entirely free training to help you fight distraction and spend more time in flow.  So click the link here, snag yourself a copy of The Art of Impossible, and let's get after it.

Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison
BONUS: How You Can Help Fight Diet Culture in Your Life with Heather Caplan, Anti-Diet Dietitian

Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 60:10


To celebrate the release of ANTI-DIET in paperback, we're bringing you a special bonus episode with a rare recording from the hardcover book tour! Fellow anti-diet dietitian Heather Caplan interviews Christy in front of a live audience about how to fight the co-opting of the anti-diet movement; language to use when talking to people who are brand new to this approach; how to spread the anti-diet message in healthcare, schools, the social sciences, and your own life; how Christy got away with writing a book called ANTI-DIET in a culture that's very much *pro* diet; and lots more. The interview was recorded at East City Bookshop in Washington, DC, in February 2020, and it's still all too relevant for the coming New Year. Heather Caplan is an anti-diet, weight-inclusive registered dietitian with a virtual private practice. She is the founder and director of Weight Inclusive Nutrition and Dietetics (WIND), a continuing-education and networking event series for dietitians and healthcare professionals. Her work pulls from the foundations of medical nutrition therapy, non-diet and intuitive eating principles, and weight-inclusive practices. In her business, all practitioners take a non-diet, weight-inclusive approach to care. Heather works 1:1 with clients across the country, and offers support and supervision to fellow RDs (and dietitians-to-be), especially those in transition from traditional nutrition practices to an approach informed by body liberation and Health at Every Size principles. As a free option to learn more about non-diet and weight-inclusive practices, Heather hosts a weekly podcast, RD Real Talk, talking with fellow anti-diet, weight-inclusive practitioners. Heather and her work have been featured in national publications such as The Washington Post, Runner's World, Outside Online, NBC News, EatingWell, and Women's Running. Find more of her writing and real talk at heathercaplan.com. Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDRD is an anti-diet registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, certified eating disorders registered dietitian, and journalist. She's the author of Anti-Diet: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being, and Happiness Through Intuitive Eating (Little, Brown Spark 2019), and her second book, Rethinking Wellness, will be published by the same imprint in 2023. Since 2013 Christy has hosted Food Psych, a weekly podcast exploring people's relationships with food and paths to body liberation. It's been one of Apple's top 100 Health podcasts for the past 5 years, reaching tens of thousands of listeners worldwide each week. In addition to her media work, Christy offers online courses and private intuitive eating coaching to help people all over the world make peace with food and their bodies. Christy began her career in 2003 as a journalist covering food, nutrition, and health, and she's written for publications including The New York Times, SELF, BuzzFeed, WIRED, Refinery29, Gourmet, Slate, The Food Network, and many others. Learn more about Christy and her work at christyharrison.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly for weekly Q&As and more. It's a great way to keep getting new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.

The One You Feed
459: John Zeratsky on How to Make Time for What Matters

The One You Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 50:04


John Zeratsky was a designer in the tech industry and became obsessed with the idea of re-designing time. He's also the author of multiple books and his work has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Time, Harvard Business Review, Wired, Fast Company, and many others. In this episode, Eric and John discuss his book, Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day If you'd like to make 2022 a better year for you, bring clarity to what matters most, and discover the tools to help you become the person you really want to be, Eric can help you! To book a FREE, no-pressure 30-minute Discovery call to see if working with Eric is right for you, click here.But wait – there's more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It's that simple and we'll give you good stuff as a thank you!John Zeratsky and I Discuss How to Make Time for What Matters and…His book, Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every DayUnderstanding the limits of will-powerSetting up our environment so it's easier to make the right decisionsThe two powerful forces that compete every day for our time“The Busy Bandwagon” and the feeling you're not in control of our time“The Infinity Pools” of neverending options of distractions Questioning the “defaults” in our lives and finding ways to change our behaviorCreating a highlight for everydayStructuring your day around your “highlight” Finding more meaningful momentsTaking back control of your time and energyCreating barriers to distractionThe fundamentals of managing your energyThe importance of focusing on the process, not the outcomeBecoming aware of how our interaction with technology makes us feelJohn Zeratsky Links:John's WebsiteTwitterIf you enjoyed this conversation with John Zeratsky, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Time Management for Mortals with Oliver BurkemanBeing a Procrastinator with Tim PychylSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Law of Attraction Changed My Life
Wired For Wealth | How I've Increased My Income x 10

Law of Attraction Changed My Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 43:41


I'm so scared & nervous to share this with you, as Brits we are taught not to talk about money but with all the work I've been doing on money mindset over the past year it's impossible not to.  Also, why SHOULDN'T we talk about money and share what works for us?   That right there is a money block.  I've always been so transparent with you guys, from when I started this podcast pregnant & living off savings as my salon closed in the pandemic.  I will never forget the fear of having three children with NO money & two mortgages.  But a year later I think I'm about to have my first £50k month which is WILD.  Honestly, its as wild to me as it is you.  But - here's the but, I know it is truly down to the work I've done this year and I'm SO excited to share all I have learnt with you.  My BRAND NEW Manifesting Money Workshop is now LIVE and you can book your ticket here:  https://lawofattractionchangedmylife.bigcartel.com/product/3-week-manifesting-money-workshop-includes-replayIt will have three live streams starting from Friday 21st January (replay is available, you don't have to watch live) as well as exercises to do each week.  These tools could literally change your life and finances forever.  I hope you can see from me being open about my own finances how this has changed my life.  If you want to book onto the New Years Goals workshop on New Years Day (again, replay is available, you don't have to watch live) the early bird price finishes TODAY!  You can book your ticket here:  https://lawofattractionchangedmylife.bigcartel.com/product/2022-goal-planning-workshopCome find me on Instagram at:  www.instagram.com/francescaamber www.instagram.com/lawofattractionchangedmylifeThank you so much & have a lovely Christmas.  Fran xJoin me for a new year's day goal setting workshop here: https://my.bigcartel.com/products/84790662/editIf you can't make the live stream, you can still watch the replay after, at a time to suit you. Join my Book Club! Join my Patreon for exclusive content, monthly self-improvement book club, Off Topic podcast & more!Try Hello Fresh for 60% off! One of the best things I've done for my life, get 60% off your first box, 35% off next 3 boxes. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawofattractionchangedmylife)

Apple News Today
How the pandemic is killing non-COVID patients

Apple News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 9:34


A primary-care doctor told the Wall Street Journal she’s seen more than three times as many deaths among her patients this year as in 2020. None were from COVID. NPR examines Joe Manchin’s concerns about the climate spending in Build Back Better. And the New Yorker looks at how West Virginians feel about the senator’s latest moves. The Wall Street Journal’s Middle Seat columnist reflects on how air travel has changed in the last two decades. Mostly, it’s gotten worse. Wired reports on a new study showing lemurs have rhythm when they sing, and explains how it could help us solve a longstanding mystery about humans and music.

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
TIP406: Finding Hidden Treasure w/ Thomas Braziel

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 57:21


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:What investing in Special Situations looks like.How Thomas turned $7k into over $1MM by finding an important footnote on a penny stock company.Investing in bankruptcies, liens, and other esoteric situations.Learnings from Billionaire Sam Zell and others. Thomas' epic 40x return from investing in claims from Japanese crypto exchange, Mt. Gox.*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCESThomas Braziel's Twitter.Am I Being Too Subtle by Sam Zell.Trey Lockerbie's Twitter.Preston, Trey & Stig's tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.If you're new to the show and don't know where to begin listening, check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.Identify and stop paying for subscriptions you don't need, want, or simply forgot about with Truebill.Donate to GiveWell's recommended charities and have your donation matched up to $1,000 before the end of August or as long as matching funds last if you've never donate before. Pick PODCAST and We Study Billionaires or enter code TIP at checkout.Remove uncertainty from your portfolio and receive a steady flow of cash all year round with Farmfolio.Every 28 seconds an entrepreneur makes their first sale on Shopify. Access powerful tools to help you find customers, drive sales, and manage your day-to-day. Start a FREE fourteen-day trial right now!Make your home safe with Simplisafe and get 40% off today. Indoor and outdoor cameras, comprehensive sensors, you name it.Get in early on medical technology, breakthroughs in ag tech and food production, solutions in the multi-billion dollar robotic industry, and so much more with a FREE OurCrowd account. Open yours today.You can see eczema on the surface of your skin, but there may also be irritation below that you can't see. Discover Eucrisa as it works both above and below the skin to treat eczema in adults and children 3 months of age and older.Get access to some of the most sought-after real estate in the U.S. with Crowdstreet.Optimize your payments infrastructure, simplify expansion plans, and create new revenue streams for your business with Stripe. Join millions of companies from all sizes. Learn more and get started today!Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Canada's #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Stay on top of all your processes - directly inside Gmail with Streak. Get 20% off the Pro plan today.Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Protect your online activity TODAY with ExpressVPN, the VPN rated #1 by CNET and Wired, and get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package.Now, not only the wealthy can afford collectibles! Enter Otis, an investment platform that makes it possible for almost anyone to invest in shares of cultural assets. Sign up now at withotis.com/TIP to get your first share for FREE!Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!What do you love about our podcast? Here's our guide on how you can leave a rating and review for the show. We always enjoy reading your comments and feedback!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wired To Hunt
Ep. 492: Foundations - Muzzleloader Hunting Strategies, Part 2

Wired To Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 18:07


On this episode of Wired to Hunt Foundations, Tony talks about a couple different hunting strategies that are not only perfect for muzzleloader hunting, but also for having as much fun as possible while carrying a front-stuffer into the December woods. Connect with Wired To Hunt and MeatEater Tony Peterson on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com