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the artisan podcast
ep24 | the artisan podcast | jaime levy | ux strategist, author, speaker

the artisan podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 44:41


Jaime Levy, Ux Strategist, Speaker and author of UX Strategy: Product Strategy Techniques for Devising Innovative Digital Solutions available in 6 languages and now also on Audible You can find Jaime on LinkedIn and on jaimelevy.com   ----------------- Katty: I've been watching your career trajectory, and I was super excited to see that you had written a book, UX Strategy and that the audio version has just come out. So I wanted to have a conversation about you, about the book, and how you started your path. One thing that I've noticed is this trend of reinvention with you from a designer to a strategist to an author to a public speaker to a professor, and how all of that's going to come together for you. I just found that fascinating, so I'd love for you to talk about your origin story and what's steps you've taken to come here. Jaime: Let's see. Well, I guess it started even before the browser when I was creating my floppy disk magazines, and I was a graduate student at NYU, and just really interested in nonlinear storytelling.  And then trying to invent this new medium like it was just this total insane dreamer thing. And I guess because of the floppy disk I made, I actually finished it, and then I successfully brought the product to market by selling it. A floppy disk that opened into a HyperCard or Director presentation. I know for all the newbies, they're like, “What are you talking about?” Don't worry, you don't need to know this old-school stuff.  But you know it used to be really hard to make interactive presentations, but the upside of all of that was that you could be the first or you could do something that is only mediocre in design. But because it was the first it was like “yay.”  That was how I started out. I was a horrible interface designer and a horrible coder. But I just kept pounding on these floppy disks, and then, the short version of it is Billy Idol bought one, and then it got launched as a commercial endeavor and then I got my gigs at EMI records and Viacom. And it all just kept going from there you know to eventually, doing an online magazine, and then getting a creative director role and just constantly working.  I really believe that if you just keep working, and applying yourself, and learning new things, that eventually you'll connect and get whatever it is that you want. Some job, or some gig, or an opportunity. And I think that relentlessness to persevere was something that has stayed with me, and I actually need to kind of manifest it now as I'm starting the next chapter of my career.  Before UX, it was called interface design and then after interface design, then it was web design and then after web design, then we had information architecture and interaction design. And by the time I got back to LA after 9/11 and the dot com thing crashed in New York, as well as, San Francisco and LA, I came back here and it seemed at that point I needed to focus.  And I should mention early on as a result of the (floppy) disk I was asked to be a part-time professor at NYU, and I did get flown around the country and the world, to speak at conferences, and I think like when you have that success when you start out you think that's normal. And so for me, it's just been catching up with my old normal, and it's a curse and a blessing, and the blessing is obvious because you're like, oh, I just want to continue to be a public speaker, I want to continue being known or recognized for my work. But the negative consequences, it's an addiction, it's like a high that you set here and you think, Oh, I always have to be at this level of an overachiever. And so, you know, in that sense I feel like I didn't engage in my own personal life, you know because I sacrificed it for my career so much and didn't really like relax into it until my 30s when I got back to Los Angeles. Katty: Interesting. I saw you actually speak about it in one of your talks. I think was your Brazil talk about being an overachiever and what that means and constantly trying to do things, new things, or do things in a new way. I found that fascinating, it went through that same reinvention theme that I recognized in what you were talking about. So thanks for sharing that. So you mentioned, the new chapter, a new iteration of Jaime. Jaime: New? It's in progress. So, you know, I did my first book and I did really well with the first book. I was insane to write a book. That was so crazy. But I just felt like UX strategy was so interesting and even though nobody was paying me to write it, you certainly don't make money off of the book. I just was like okay I'll take a year and a half and spend my savings and write a book and sit in the library. And it was really rewarding.  And so then when it came time to do a second edition, if I want to be current I did that. And I did it during the lockdown so that was kind of a good thing to do when you can't really go teach in a classroom or go run workshops in a public space. But basically, my book is now out in the second edition and is being translated into languages, and I just found out it's in German and Italian, and Portuguese this time, you know, on top of the other six languages and that's really exciting.  But the thing with the book is you need to promote it, and you know and you need to go do things to market it. Whenever you make anything whether it be a floppy disk or a website or an app or a book or you're marketing yourself as a public speaker, it's one thing that you do it, but the other half of it is in order to be successful, you just got to market yourself or your product. And it's fine when I get paid to do growth design and markets and run experiments to market other people's products. But I think, I'm kind of at least right now, I feel I'm just kind of over-marketing myself. All of a sudden I feel like, ah, can't life just be simple again? Let me just get a job ideally as a UX strategist and, you know, and that's it, let things quiet down.  And so you can say it's an existential post-midlife crisis, or maybe it's a phase but I just had a job interview with a company that I hope I get, and they were telling me that they just had written an article related to this subject about so many people basically looking at their careers and saying, “Do I even want to do this?”  I feel like COVID Hit the reset button for a ton of people and so now I'm less killing myself about, “Oh wow, I'm really not going to go crazy promoting this book because I don't feel like it? Is there something wrong with me? Or is it just like maybe I just have to accept to let people read the book. I hope they like it.” And if people ask me to speak fine, but you know, I think it's like at a certain point you have to say okay where's friction and friction is trying to go tour and do workshops at what we hope might be the end of the pandemic but isn't. You know, it's like I suffered the same fate as people who, you know we're in an orchestra, you know, or who had movies that came out. So I'm in great company of people who made their money by doing things for the public and in person and now that you know, there's no UX conferences really planned. I'm speaking at the one in Estonia, one, this year, zero last year zero the year before, you know. So it makes you say what am I going to do now? Katty: You're right, it definitely has been a reset button on many fronts. We've seen this so much with so many other candidates that we work with who are re-evaluating “I've been doing XYZ until now, do I still want to do it, do I still want to live here?” Just really evaluating everything, but I totally hear you about the book because I also wrote a book during this pandemic. I had been working on it for three years, which was far too long but that's just the length of time that it took. The circumstances where we found ourselves allowed me to finish it, so I am grateful for that. That was the silver lining in this crazy year and t it allowed me to finish it and get it out. But it's just sitting there and it's nowhere near where it needs to be... but it is what it is. It's a story I needed to get out. I got it out. Now, if people find it, awesome, and if they don't then we'll cross that bridge.  Jaime: What's your book called? Katty: It's called The Butterfly Years, and it's just my personal story dealing with grief and has nothing to do with Artisan Creative and it has everything to do with me. Obviously, as somebody who's running a company, it is going to have to come to grips with having to manage grief and make that work otherwise it permeates everything. Katty: If it helps people out there, it's there. If somebody is going through it and they need to hear somebody else's story who's been in the same boat. Then I've done my job.  Katty: Yeah, So when I heard that you had done your second edition and you had just done an audiobook. I thought you know I want to talk to her and see how that whole process was for her.  Katty: Congratulations on your interview and I hope that it ends up being the right next thing. Jaime: I hope so too. That would be great if my first interview turned into a job offer. Katty: Putting out the good vibes. Jaime: They were very surprised because it was a UX strategy position and I didn't have anywhere in my portfolio that I wrote it. I didn't want to say that I literally wrote the book on UX strategy because then they think oh she's not humble or she's too experienced so I didn't mention it. They saw something in there and I'm like, “Oh yeah, I wrote a book kind of related to UX strategy.” and they're like what's it called, I'm like, UX Strategy. I can't even own it. I can't even own it, you know, I'm just like, ahh so shocking. Yeah, you know, I want the opportunity to practice what I preach. Enough, running around with the same lectures and enough training.  I've done so much training in the last year, I think sometimes we just need to go back and forth and be okay with it. I'm not saying I'll never do workshops again, I just need to take a break from that part of it or and pursue it. So yeah hopefully something will come up for me that is enjoyable. Because I think it's important to have a job if you like and what I was shocked by when I looked at the job market this time was, oh my god there's 8,624 UX jobs in this country and 30 or 40% of them are remote, and there's actually jobs advertised for UX strategist title. It used to just be me and two other people. I don't know if my book helped define the industry but it seems like when I read the job description, it had everything that I wrote about in my book so it's a really exciting time that there's so much opportunity out there. Katty: Yeah, for sure. I'd love for you to maybe help define that a little bit, because obviously, we hear you know there's on the design side of it, UX there's XD. Now it's customer experience, employee experience. Can you talk a little bit about that I know for just what I've heard you talk about before, it's really the research and the strategy is the precursor before you even get into the design part of it. And I learned that thinking time is so important to be able to do that? Can you talk a little bit about that? Katty: A little bit of both, actually. Jaime: Sure. So I basically define UX strategy as the intersection between product design and business strategy. So business strategy is the top-level vision of an organization. How do we make money, who are our customers? You know business is defined, ultimately by their customers.  So they have a vision and the vision might be a platform, multiple products, a suite of products, or one product. And then it's like how do you really elevate that product, and bring it to market? So that when people have that first whiff of it, they're like, smells awesome. And so when I started doing discovery phases back in 2008, 2009 for Schematic and for Huge, I really fell in love with it. Because I love doing competitive research. So interesting, I mean who doesn't want to get paid to research the marketplace? And I loved the idea of finally getting to do user research. And so that was when I really became interested in it and realized that there was nothing out there that told us how to do it. I would just make things up as I went along and as I moved from different organizations, I would clean up my deliverables and take them to the next level.  And then when Lean Startup came out--People don't think of Lean Startup, as a product strategy methodology but I certainly do. It's this idea to build the smallest version of your product, get it in front of your target customer, learn from it, whether it be an alpha or prototype, extract data from these learnings and learn from it, and then iterate.  All of a sudden the discovery phase became not something like Waterfall; first, we do discovery, then we do the implementation, then we do usability testing and find out at the very end that not only does our product suck but nobody wants it. It was insane. And now all of a sudden, the discovery phase became something that can be iterative and cross into the implementation phase, and you can start building products and doing strategy, and testing it and validating it in much smaller loops all along the way. So that's what's really exciting is an opportunity to run some kind of experiments to knock out, to do rapid prototyping, to use whatever it is like sketch XD, other prototyping tools to get business concepts in front of the target users, and start doing user research that's more focused on validating a value proposition, versus, you know, is this thing usable? Even if it's really usable, but nobody wants it, then who cares if it's usable, right? Katty: Yep. Very good, and with plenty of products out there with great usability but they're sitting on the shelf. I probably have a few of them. Katty: Fantastic. You talked a little bit about this but I think, given where you are going, pivoting, and where you see the future to be for you at this juncture. What can you share with people who are either just starting out in their career path? And/or because of this past year, lost their positions, and they have to reinvent themselves. Where is it that you dig down deep to find that inspiration and that determination to just say you know what, this isn't working, let me figure out where it is that I want to go? Jaime: Yeah, I think just to be honest it's very different for someone like me with two to three decades in the industry versus somebody who's starting out. So I wouldn't give someone the same advice I would give myself, there's definitely different things going on. I can remember very well when I was starting out and the same feelings that I have now are similar. My dad gave me this great advice. When you're looking for a job, or when you're starting on your career, and when you interview with people, you want to be careful that you don't have this flashing L on your head. Loser, loser, loser.  Because people will spot this lack of confidence or low self-esteem, you know, and it doesn't matter how successful you are, or have been, like me. Because you can still have low self-esteem or imposter syndrome, and so, it's like you need to somehow put all of these fears of I suck;. I'm not gonna make it; I'm an imposter;I am so crazy that I thought I could do this film, to begin with. I'm too old or I'm too young or my portfolio doesn't have X, X, X.  I have to constantly work on this, to this minute, which is spinning a much more positive narrative in my head that, “No, no, I have something of value to give”. And then putting that negative energy into therapy, exercise, whatever you need to do to take care of yourself, but I still to this day, put it into how can I showcase my work, what's missing? You know, look at my portfolio. Okay, it has all this but it's missing, you know, this one deliverable. Well, I better make it, fake it till you make it, you know, and figure out a way to like get it in there.  And the funny thing is is they may not even ask for it on that job interview, but if it's like this thing that you think is missing, then it's going to be flashing the L on your forehead and so to me, it's like puffing yourself up and what is it going to do to make you confident for these interviews and if showing your portfolio and getting excited around the storytelling of your UX design which, it still is for me, then get that into your portfolio and any missing things.  Don't spend eight hours a day looking for a job, spend four hours and the other four hours teaching yourself a new tool because there's always going to be new things to learn. And if you're not open to learning new things, up until, you know, your 50s and 60s, then whenever that is where you're not open to new things, you better be at that last job that you're going to station yourself at, because the industry, I promise you, just keeps on changing. You know it's amazing. Katty: Gosh. Great advice. I think for all levels of career and years in the industry and also not even to have to do with business. I think for anything where we tend to sometimes focus in on the thing we don't have versus on the things that we do have it's just such a great lesson to say you know what to say we have to reshift that mindset.  There's a great book that I read a couple of years ago by this woman called Sally Helgason, and it's called How Women Rise, and she talks a lot about specifically women and how we get into this mindset of, oh, but you know what, let me work harder because I'm missing this 10% thing and not focus on the 90% that I have and it's just crazy. I see it all the time. I see it, not just in candidates I see it in myself. And putting myself out for a conversation or a talk or something and if I don't get it's like, oh, that's because I didn't talk about this. You know what, maybe just wasn't the right thing. So, yeah, great lesson. And I think also that that whole thing also speaks of desperation, and I think that that comes through, so loud and clear, it erodes the confidence that would naturally be there if somebody has worked on their craft. Jaime: Yeah and we need to in this field of product design or research, ultimately we're making something that we need to upsell, at the very end, even if it's to our boss and say yeah this is awesome, you know, and it's like, oh my gosh if we come to it from this place of fear, we're never going to sell it.  So I think it's easy to focus on the negatives for a lot of us, and we can't afford to do that in our field because we're always upselling our work. Katty: Yeah. Have you ever taken the StrengthsFinder assessment? Have you ever done that?  Jaime: No, I don't even know what that is. Katty: It's similar to a DISC or Myers-Briggs. But it focuses on your strengths. The reason I like it, we do it for our company and we talk about our strengths all the time. Its created by Don Clifton, and is now as part of Gallup and it's a personality assessment. The reason for him creating this was that he felt people focused on their weaknesses, and not on their strengths. The whole thing is about what are your top five strengths and let's lead with your strengths and not focus on a thing that is number 30 something for you, let's focus on the things that you're really good at and then find someone else who your bottom five is their top five and then collaborate. So it sounds like it's just human nature that we go there. If we could learn not to go there, it would be less, I think less of a headache for all of us. Katty: Crazy. So, I know you're teaching, you're doing online courses, you mentioned that you're doing a talk in Estonia. Are you doing that in person, are you doing that virtually? How are you managing your time and all the different places you need to be, or how did you manage your time and all the different places you need to be? Jaime: Yeah, I don't know how I'm managing my time right now yet. I'm still waiting to see where a bunch of things land. But the Estonia conference is the first onsite conference since COVID, since March of 2020. Well, basically there's very few conferences in the beginning of the year for the first quarter anyway.  So, anyway, it's Web Usability Day I think is their legacy name. But it's a one-day conference and then there's workshops, three days prior to it. It's in Estonia, it's very affordable, it's gonna bring in like a massive crowd of UX professionals. A lot of new ones but people mid-level and all over the place. And they're coming from Estonia, but they're also coming across the Baltic from Finland, and a couple of other Baltic states. So, I'm closing the conference, I guess I'm kind of headlining it, and then my workshop is one day right before that. So November 25th,iis my UX Strategy Workshop and then November 26th is the conference. It's a Thursday, Friday, so but I'll be in Berlin back in November, and then I'm doing a couple of talks, just private ones where I'm flying in. And then going back to Berlin and then I'm going to do this thing in Estonia.  I am so over this idea of more online workshops. I think they're a joke, sorry guys, but the whole point of conferences was to get people together physically in a space to network and touch base with other people and build relationships. And it seems I've done a bunch of these fake conferences, and it doesn't feel the same, they never pay and it's a joke. So I'm not into those anymore.  I'm really stoked that these people you know, the COVID cases are extremely low [in Estonia]. I've had my third vaccine. already so I'm totally going. I won't be taking too much risk but definitely, I'm really excited to be around humans and doing my thing. Katty: Yeah, humans, human connection. I'm traveling internationally for the first time since March of last year as well, and I'm going to Mexico and then to Dubai. But, I have to navigate the whole PCR test thing because I'm not going to be in the States for three days before I go so I got to figure that part out. Jaime: Yeah. It's a crazy time. I can't believe really what happened. How much the pandemic just changed everything, it's just, it's shocking. Katty: Are you seeing that in the world of products, are you seeing what's happened with a pandemic impact, whether it be design thinking or about how people are approaching research. I would imagine that it's changed how people are looking at how they go forward. Jaime: Yeah well, everything's online now. When I left Huge back in 2009, 2010. It was because I didn't want to drive in my car in rush hour to agency land in Culver City, and I didn't want to work in person, I wanted to work from home. So I've been working remote since 2010 and it's not new to me, and Cisco Systems when I worked for them as a UX strategist, everybody was a remote workforce. So finally, the rest of the world is catching up with us and learning that it is possible, and even outside of product so I think it's opening up opportunities in many ways. But, the negative consequence, and I felt this when I taught my last course at Claremont University, was that my students who were graduating, were just getting internships, but they're online.  At Facebook or wherever, and at any point in your life where you need human contact, and you need the nuance of someone kind of seeing that you're confused, and you need mentoring or you need to get the confidence to ask for help, we need that to be in person. I feel like the people that are getting the worst end of the deal is the college graduates, the people who are just starting their career who have to start it by themselves in Zoom rooms. Hopefully, there's going to be some way that it isn't just this experience of online collaboration, because I just feel even when I had my second or third cat life of getting into the UX world, I can't even imagine that I would have had the trust and camaraderie that I had with people at Schematic who came over and showed me how to wireframe when nobody was looking. So hopefully maybe there's some way that people can reach out and have people to connect with for that kind of support since they can't get it in person. Katty: The whole mentoring piece of it. Yeah, taking somebody under your wing. It's harder to do it this way. Yeah, you're absolutely right. I have some nieces and nephews who started their first year in college last year. You've worked really hard to get into the school of your choice, but you don't get a chance to really experience that. So now as a sophomore, they're getting to experience it for the first time because now some other classes are in person. So really interesting to kind of watch this new generation of those who are starting and those who are graduating, it's just a very different world, for sure. Jaime: Yeah it's crazy. It's really crazy and maybe five years from now we'll look back on that and go, Oh man, it was so great, why didn't we just do all that remote work and it was so easy. But it is weird, I just got off the phone with a client and he's just saying that he's not leaving the house and he doesn't want to get the vaccine because he almost died from a vaccine from something else a long time ago, so he's just like staying in his house for his whole life. And I just, I feel in our field where we're designing products for customers and users, it's like, “Nah, we need to have human contact and get out there.” When I'm feeling really low, I reach out to a friend and I have to dump, and say “Ugh”, and have them tell me. I just hope we don't lose everything as a result of this, online world that we live in now. Katty: I don't think so. I mean I certainly hope not. I do feel that there's a hybrid version of it that's going to be more pronounced. I mean we went to such an extreme this past year, I do think there's going to be a hybrid world in front of us. I haven't quite figured it out yet, but little by little I think we'll fall into place. Let's end on a couple of inspiration pieces. Where do you get your inspiration? Jaime: My inspiration now is probably-- I consume a lot of film. I like to have a big impact. I actually went to the movie theater, on Sunday, by myself, bought a ticket to go see Ich bin dein Mensch, I'm Your Man, a German film about a man robot who was built to learn on what a woman wants and then they program him to be the perfect partner. It was amusing, to walk into it, to have it open up and see all of Mitte Berlin and see the TV tower and see the food and see inside the flat. I miss Berlin so much right now, I felt like when I got out of there  I had just gone to Berlin. It just reminded me of all these tiny little things. So I get a lot of inspiration from being able to transport myself into different realities physically and through film, and right now, traveling is limited,but I definitely get my inspiration from seeing other cultures, other ways to live.  I lived in Berlin for most of the pandemic, and it took months, but after being there and away from here for so many months it really-- when you experience other cultures, it makes you appreciate and also find things you don't like about your own culture. But I feel like having perspective is what inspires me. Katty: Love that, and for creativity to bloom, do you need that spark of inspiration for creativity to happen, or is there another thing you tap into when you sit down to write or to do another wireframe or to create, what would you tap into for that? Jaime: I don't know, I wish I could answer that. I don't know. I spend my days at the computer then I go and walk on a trail. It's extremely important for me to get out and walk in nature and I do that every day and I listen to the same 3 podcasts. The New York Times Day thing, The Berlin Briefing, and then Doug Rushkoff's Team Human And that stuff, while I'm like in nature and walking around listening to these podcasts, again, I guess I feel transported and I feel immersed. I think that when I leave the house, and when I come back, whether I'm jogging or listening to music and weird experimental atonal music that nobody would like unless they're into weird music. That helps me really reset the crazy stuff we're telling ourselves in our head or just like being in a mundane moment. I think sitting at a computer for more than four hours, not healthy for me.   Katty: I love that. Both for creativity and inspiration, it's not going to happen nine to five necessarily looking at a little screen. To be able to get out of this and just get other influences. I find nature so healing in so many ways and my ideation just goes off the roof when I'm out and about. Jaime: Where do you go, where do you get your nature?  Katty: My favorite place is Point Doom in Malibu. It's a very easy little hike, but you are at eye level of the pelicans flying by. It's just the most incredible sensation sitting there and you see these majestic birds flying right at your eye level. So whenever I can, whether it's a birthday or an anniversary or something special, that's where I like to go.    Jaime: Nice. Yeah.   Katty: Well Jamie where can people find you?   Jaime: People can find me on LinkedIn, @Jaimerlevy. I'm on Twitter, I'm not tweeting so much. I was told I need to get on Instagram but I'm like, “What?”. And then Jaimelevy.com and then the book userexperiencestrategy.com. I'd love to just mention if people don't like to go walk in nature. I recorded my audible book at this great studio in the valley, where I grew up, and it's me reading my book and doing some impressions of myself, and it's a lot of stories and so far the reviews have been really favorable. And so if you're not a big reader like me I hate it, I don't really like reading. I can read an article but long-format, not so good. Check out my audible book if you're not sure go to userexperiencestrategy.com and listen to the first two chapters and try it on. But I'm really excited about the audible, you know for my book I self-produced it, paid for it, and it's mine. So that was important to me, you know.      

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Recorded Live, Wednesday 1st December 2021, Here's my live broadcast set as part of Tranceation Radio's Launch Party! Tracklistings 1.Paul Van Dyk, James Cottle - Vortex [Vandit] 2The Space... Tom Bradshaw Killswitch Radio Its Time To Flick The Switch Taking you on a journey through the best Uplifting, Tech Trance & Techno.. in the mix…

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
PlayStation Game Pass Could Become a Reality - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Sony is working on a competing Xbox Game Pass service for PlayStation according to a new report. Bloomberg says sources familiar with Sony's plans shared details of a new service code-named "Spartacus" where PlayStation owners can pay a monthly fee for access to a library of games. This is the same model used for Xbox's popular Game Pass service. Animal Crossings: New Horizons new glitch strips villagers of their clothes. Also, the new 2.0 update to Animal Crossings: New Horizons has brought new castle items allowing for players to recreate landscapes found in Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild and other LOZ titles. IGN and Rogue Games are partnering to produce Rogue Jam, a brand-new game jam that's offering exclusive development deals along with $800,000 in total prizes to competing indie game developers. Submissions are now being accepted between November 29 and December 31 at Rogue Jam's homepage, with finalists being showcased in a show produced by IGN in early 2022. The grand prize winner will win $500,000 to develop their game as well as an exclusive Rogue Games publishing deal. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Santa Claus Is Coming to Battlefield 2042, and Some Players Aren't Happy About It - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Battlefield 2042's latest update has, possibly inadvertently, revealed some upcoming skins for the game - and many players don't seem pleased that 'Father Winter' is coming to town. Battlefield 2042's Update #3 adds weekly missions, improvements to menu UI, and over 150 gameplay fixes - but it also seems to include a range of new cosmetics. As shown in the tweet below, some of the Specialist skins included are a little outside of Battlefield's more serious norm, including a Father Winter skin for Boris that sees him sporting a Santa-like cloak and a white beard. Halo Infinite players are learning how to put aside their differences and communicate in one of the world's most sacred languages - teabag dancing. In a clip posted by Reddit user Local_Floridian , the player can be seen trading weapons with an enemy player during a match. There's a new wristwatch based on Cyberpunk 2077 that you can preorder right now. CD Projeckt Red is partnering up with Blonie Watches to release the T-2077, a limited edition wristwatch born out of the dystopian setting of Cyberpunk 2077. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Santa Claus Is Coming to Battlefield 2042, and Some Players Aren't Happy About It - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Battlefield 2042's latest update has, possibly inadvertently, revealed some upcoming skins for the game - and many players don't seem pleased that 'Father Winter' is coming to town. Battlefield 2042's Update #3 adds weekly missions, improvements to menu UI, and over 150 gameplay fixes - but it also seems to include a range of new cosmetics. As shown in the tweet below, some of the Specialist skins included are a little outside of Battlefield's more serious norm, including a Father Winter skin for Boris that sees him sporting a Santa-like cloak and a white beard. Halo Infinite players are learning how to put aside their differences and communicate in one of the world's most sacred languages - teabag dancing. In a clip posted by Reddit user Local_Floridian , the player can be seen trading weapons with an enemy player during a match. There's a new wristwatch based on Cyberpunk 2077 that you can preorder right now. CD Projeckt Red is partnering up with Blonie Watches to release the T-2077, a limited edition wristwatch born out of the dystopian setting of Cyberpunk 2077. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

美文阅读 More to Read
美文阅读 | 最初的愿望小曲 Ditty of First Desire (加西亚·洛尔迦)

美文阅读 More to Read

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 28:25


Daily Quote To care for wisdom and truth and the improvement of the soul is far better than to seek money and honor and reputation. (Socrates) Poem of the Day Ditty of First Desire Garcia Lorca Beauty of Words The Widow and Her Son (2) Washington Irving

Takeaway Chinese
Anniversary 纪念日

Takeaway Chinese

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 30:34


Wèi shén me/ yǒu/ zhè me duō/ rì zi/ yào/ qìng zhù/ a?/ Qíng rén jié/ shēng rì/ hái yǒu/ hǎo duō/ jì niàn rì! Why are there so many days to celebrate? Valentine's Day, birthdays, and so many anniversaries! Qìng zhù/ jì niàn rì/ kě yǐ/ gěi/ shēng huó/ zēng jiā/ yí shì gǎn,/ zhǐ yào/ nǐ xiǎng/ píng fán de/ rì zi/ yě/ kě yǐ/ sàn fā/ guāng máng. Celebrating anniversaries can add a sense of ritual to life, as long as you wish for, ordinary days can also glow! Nà/ jì niàn rì/ yīng gāi/ sòng/ shén me/ lǐ wù/ a. What gift should I give for the anniversary then? Nà/ yào/ kàn/ shì/ shén me/ jì niàn rì/ la./ Bǐ rú/ jié hūn/ jì niàn rì/ kě yǐ/ sòng / huā/ rù zhí/ yī zhōu nián/ kě yǐ/ mǎi/ dàn gāo/ bān jiā/ wǔ shí/ zhōu nián/ kě yǐ/… zài/ huàn/ gè/ xīn/ zhù chù! That depends on what anniversary it is! For example, you can send flowers for wedding anniversaries, buy cakes for your first anniversary into your job, and for your 50th anniversary moving to your home, well, you can get a new place!

After Hours Radio
Romano's HILARIOUS Rant On New "Dysmorphia"! AH Podcast (11/30/21)

After Hours Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021


The Whack Pack are BACK for another episode of the After Hours Podcast, the show where literally ANYTHING goes! It's the After Hours Podcast, on RXMuscle.com.

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
PlayStation Plus December Games Announced - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, New games are being released for PlayStation Plus December subscribers! Microsoft has announced that subscribers to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will gain access to monthly bonuses in Halo Infinite, just for being signed up for the service. In a new blog post shared on the Xbox website, the company announced the news that those signed up to the subscription service will be able to gain access to additional content bundles that include a range of useful in-game items. 343 has addressed the current state of cheating in Halo Infinite. In a thread of tweets, community manager John Junyszek explained that the developer had 'anticipated' the issue in the game and that it was 'committed' to taking action against offenders. IGN and Rogue Games are partnering to produce Rogue Jam, a brand-new game jam that's offering exclusive development deals along with $800,000 in total prizes to competing indie game developers. Submissions are now being accepted between November 29 and December 31 at Rogue Jam's homepage, with finalists being showcased in a show produced by IGN in early 2022. The grand prize winner will win $500,000 to develop their game as well as an exclusive Rogue Games publishing deal. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
PlayStation Plus December Games Announced - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, New games are being released for PlayStation Plus December subscribers! Microsoft has announced that subscribers to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will gain access to monthly bonuses in Halo Infinite, just for being signed up for the service. In a new blog post shared on the Xbox website, the company announced the news that those signed up to the subscription service will be able to gain access to additional content bundles that include a range of useful in-game items. 343 has addressed the current state of cheating in Halo Infinite. In a thread of tweets, community manager John Junyszek explained that the developer had 'anticipated' the issue in the game and that it was 'committed' to taking action against offenders. IGN and Rogue Games are partnering to produce Rogue Jam, a brand-new game jam that's offering exclusive development deals along with $800,000 in total prizes to competing indie game developers. Submissions are now being accepted between November 29 and December 31 at Rogue Jam's homepage, with finalists being showcased in a show produced by IGN in early 2022. The grand prize winner will win $500,000 to develop their game as well as an exclusive Rogue Games publishing deal. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

Christian Financial Radio Network
S&P 500 Emini Futures Day Trading - LIVE

Christian Financial Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021


Welcome to the oldest Live Emini Daily Broadcast on the Internet. CFRN  launched this show in April of 2005. You can listen to the audio of  today's show right here, or visit... Learn to trade Emini Futures. CFRN "A Community of Believers Who Trade For A Living!"

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Call Of Duty Fans Reveal Why They Aren't Buying Vanguard - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, This year's regularly scheduled Call of Duty entry - Call of Duty: Vanguard - doesn't appear to be doing as hot as previous Call of Duty games in terms of sales. A new Starfield developer diary has revealed new concept art from the upcoming Bethesda game, as well as discussed its focus on grounded, realistic exploration. GTA Trilogy has released updates for all three games, which are available now on all platforms aside from Switch. The updates include fixes for the remasters' infamous rain effect, the addition of a cinematic camera, and more. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Call Of Duty Fans Reveal Why They Aren't Buying Vanguard - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, This year's regularly scheduled Call of Duty entry - Call of Duty: Vanguard - doesn't appear to be doing as hot as previous Call of Duty games in terms of sales. A new Starfield developer diary has revealed new concept art from the upcoming Bethesda game, as well as discussed its focus on grounded, realistic exploration. GTA Trilogy has released updates for all three games, which are available now on all platforms aside from Switch. The updates include fixes for the remasters' infamous rain effect, the addition of a cinematic camera, and more. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

Alexi 英文美學
「每日一句EP143」( 絕對笑爆宮鬥劇場06 ) 這件事有鬼的英文是?

Alexi 英文美學

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 4:24


#各位同學,段考加油!但還是記得要收聽我們的節目喔!# #老師本集邊吃晚餐邊錄音~不好意思阿XD# 「事情」有鬼;不對勁:something fishy I can't quite put my finger on it but there's something fishy about this advertisement. 聆聽例句的英美澳發音+免費筆記,請上Instagram搜尋:English.104

美文阅读 More to Read
美文阅读 | 孤儿寡母 The Widow and Her Son (华盛顿·欧文)

美文阅读 More to Read

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 28:25


Daily Quote I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear. (Martin Luther King, Jr.) Poem of the Day 八声甘州 柳永 Beauty of Words The Widow and Her Son (1) Washington Irving

解鎖地球 Unlock the Earth
Ep.91 去七次 Fuji Rock? | 日本、印尼、歐洲、美國,解鎖各國音樂祭的專業指南 ft. 小樹

解鎖地球 Unlock the Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 50:17


→ 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/story/ckwly4p371fj509664fcxs5l2?m=comment → 喜歡解鎖地球嗎? 一鍵支持,讓我們繼續產出優質節目:https://pay.firstory.me/user/unlocktheearth - 媽我在這,我在跟小樹老師錄音! 真的不知道該如何表達我有多榮幸,邀請到小樹來解鎖地球。身為「感官一條通」的忠實粉絲,我真心誠意地認為,小樹老師主持節目的功力,值得五們所有 Podcaster 學習,而他深厚的音樂底蘊,更是每次讓我聽完都欲罷不能,只求給我更多。 這次找來小樹老師,當然不能不談音樂啦,不然豈不是太可惜了嗎?音樂跟旅行的結合,那就一定得提在世界各國都越來越蓬勃發展的音樂祭、音樂節活動。像我自己雖然在台灣參加過像是貢寮海祭、簡單生活節、巨獸音樂節之類的音樂活動,但還真的沒有到不同國家共襄盛舉的經驗。其實不同國家舉辦音樂節的方式,除了是當地文化的縮影,更反映出他們對於音樂的美學概念。這次就讓小樹老師帶我們走過印尼、日本、英國、美國、西班牙等橫跨歐亞的各國,探索不同文化圈對音樂季的詮釋方式! 如何從音樂節來了解一個國家的文化?點擊收聽,跟著小樹老師一起在音樂節追著舞台跑! - 更多小樹: 個人 IG:https://instagram.com/chill_out_tree Podcast 節目「感官一條通」 節目 IG:https://instagram.com/roadtoallsenses

Christian Financial Radio Network
S&P 500 Emini Day Trading - Daily Report

Christian Financial Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


Welcome to the oldest Live Emini Daily Broadcast on the Internet.  CFRN launched this show in April of 2005. You can listen to the audio of today's show right here, or visit... Learn to trade Emini Futures. CFRN "A Community of Believers Who Trade For A Living!"

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
The Halo Infinite Cheaters Have Arrived - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Halo Infinite's console players are calling for cross-play to be turned off, with a number of players reporting that cheaters are becoming more common across the game's multiplayer modes. The Xbox Series S outsold the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Switch over the Black Friday holiday weekend. DC Douglas, the voice actor known for his portrayal of Resident Evil's Albert Wesker, has allegedly shared confidential concept art for the unannounced Resident Evil 4 remake as well as been accused of serious sexual misconduct. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
The Halo Infinite Cheaters Have Arrived - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Halo Infinite's console players are calling for cross-play to be turned off, with a number of players reporting that cheaters are becoming more common across the game's multiplayer modes. The Xbox Series S outsold the PS5, Xbox Series X, and Switch over the Black Friday holiday weekend. DC Douglas, the voice actor known for his portrayal of Resident Evil's Albert Wesker, has allegedly shared confidential concept art for the unannounced Resident Evil 4 remake as well as been accused of serious sexual misconduct. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

Switchmania Playcast
Cathedral & Series 3 Pre-Order Launch | Switchmania Playcast Episode 101

Switchmania Playcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 68:40


The Playcast is back and Season 5 begins with a bang! Jeff and Barry talk about the Series 3 Pre-Order Launch with all the craziness of the past few months of conventions. They also cover and review... This is a weekly podcast all about the Nintendo Switch where we play a new Switch game each week and talk all about collecting for our favorite system as well as the latest news and Limited Editions available! Each week we will be playing a new game for the Switch as we all need an excuse to play our games.

The Bridge Church - Murrieta CA
When God Turns Woah into WoW - Audio

The Bridge Church - Murrieta CA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 43:49


Connecting People with God. Connecting People with People.

The Bridge Church - Murrieta CA
When God Turns Woah into WoW - Video

The Bridge Church - Murrieta CA

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 43:49


Connecting People with God. Connecting People with People.

GARDEN CHURCH Podcast
Advent : Hope - Audio

GARDEN CHURCH Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 30:33


"in Long Beach as it is in Heaven." For more information visit: garden.church

美文阅读 More to Read
美文阅读 | 双溪 Two Rivulets (沃尔特·惠特曼)

美文阅读 More to Read

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 28:25


Daily Quote Conceit may puff a man up, but it can never prop him up. (John Ruskin) Poem of the Day Two Rivulets Walt Whitman Beauty of Words 致拉尔夫·沃尔多·爱默生 亨利·戴维·梭罗

Yo! What's Up 在幹嘛|最強無痛學習說故事學知識頻道
S4EP13 學會這一招, 飲食控制就成功一半了! 專家學者心血精華之營養標示前導篇 [凱莉陪你上下班]

Yo! What's Up 在幹嘛|最強無痛學習說故事學知識頻道

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 17:23


都說了“我吃故我在”(謎之音: 誰說的 XD), 不管是要減重, 增胖, 健身, 或是飲食控制, "它"都會是你這一條路上的超級好朋友. 一起來了解有關營養標示的小故事吧! [凱莉陪你上下班] 是Yo! What's Up在幹嘛的短篇通勤單元, 內容多元包含了壓力管理、時間管理、收納專家建議、深入淺出行為學、以及一些日常有趣的新聞, 用滿滿的心意陪伴聽眾的通勤以及空閒時間! 想到的時候, 請讓我的聲音陪你走一段吧。 --- 喜歡我們頻道無痛學習知識的主軸? 點擊這個連結 用一杯焦糖瑪奇朵的錢支持我們繼續做出與眾不同的知識企劃! 想針對本集節目內容做進一步討論或是跟我們聯絡? 快寫信 給我們 yowhatsup.podcast@gmail.com 到Apple podcast下面給我們留評論跟我們互動 在Firstory的單集專屬留言區留言 來Yo! What's Up 在幹嘛的IG 或是臉書 找我們 或是加入我們的臉書秘密VIP好好生活小圈圈 一起在忙亂生活中找到秩序好好過生活 我們等你!!! -- 頭尾配樂版權宣告: 浪漫民謠配樂 編曲: Music Time 版權音樂團隊 作曲: Music Time 版權音樂團隊 製作: Music Time 專業配樂音效後製 發行: 更多優質播客音樂/後製服務>> https://reurl.cc/AgE6Lp 授權: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0/deed.zh_TW 連結: 原創音樂人需要你的贊助>> https://reurl.cc/MZY6OL Powered by Firstory Hosting

Takeaway Chinese
Involution 内卷

Takeaway Chinese

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 34:38


Nǐ/ jīng yàn/ fēn xiǎng huì/ de/ jiǎng huà gǎo/ xiě wán/ le me? xiě wán le a,PPT yě zuò wán le,bù guò wǒ xiǎng zài měi huà yī xià. 你经验分享会的讲话稿写完了么?写完了啊,PPT也做完了,不过我想再美化一下。 Have you finished your speech for the experience-sharing meeting? It's done, and so is PPT, but I want to beautify it a bit more. Ǎ?/ Lǎo bǎn/ yāo qiú/ zuò/ yǎn shì wén gǎo/ le me? 啊?老板要求做演示文稿了么? Huh? Did the boss ask for a presentation? Méi yǒu/ zhǐ shì/ wǒ/ jué de/ zhè yàng/ gèng hǎo./ Wǒ/ hái/ zhǔn bèi le/ xiǎo/ shì pín/ jìn shàn jìn měi/ ma. 没有,只是我觉得这样更好。我还准备了小视频,尽善尽美嘛。 No, it's just that I think it's better this way. I also prepared a little video, you know, make it as good as it gets! Zěn me/ bù zhī bù jué/ jiù/ juǎn qǐ lái/ le! 怎么不知不觉就卷起来了…… How come all of a sudden, it's becoming a hypercompetitive task?

North Shore Christian Fellowship
John Minney - Lessons from Paul's shipwreck.

North Shore Christian Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 29:01


Matthew 25

美文阅读 More to Read
美文阅读 | 种梨 Planting a Pear Tree (蒲松龄)

美文阅读 More to Read

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 28:25


Daily Quote Trees, when they are lopped and cut, grow up again in short time, but men, being once lost, cannot easily be recovered. (Plutarch) Poem of the Day Sleeping In The Forest by Mary Oliver Beauty of Words 种梨 蒲松龄

InDesign Secrets
InDesignSecrets Podcast 293

InDesign Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 44:48


In this episode… News Adobe InDesign 2022  has an update (v17.01x) CreativePro Magazine issue 1 is out! On-Demand passes now available for the expanded Design + Accessibility Summit Some Totally Obvious InDesign Things We Just Learned This Year Interview with Marcus Radich from PageProof Obscure InDesign Feature: “Roger, hungry, ate 236 peaches and cantaloupes in 1904” Sponsors for this episode: > 3M's VAS: 3M's Visual Attention Software (VAS) is powerful, science-based AI that simulates the human vision system to analyze visual content and predicts with 92% accuracy what is attracting viewer attention. VAS is available as a web app and plugins for Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and XD. Start your free trial today, and enter promo code CREATIVEPRO5 for 5 additional trial credits! Links mentioned in this podcast: The Design + Accessibility Summit CreativePro Week What's new in InDesign 2022 (17.0) https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/whats-new.html What's new in 17.01: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/fixed-issues.html How to make the menus bigger on the Mac (for high-res monitors): https://osxdaily.com/2021/10/12/change-menu-bar-size-mac/ Why versions of Mac OS are all California cities: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/davidblatner_apple-mac-activity-6860597173332135936-PYWB Interview with Marcus Radich at PageProof: What is an Awk: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auk What is an orc: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orc Who is Martinho da Gloria: https://www.automatication.com/about-us/ Obvious Things We Learned (or Re-learned) Move Control Panel to the Bottom of the Screen https://creativepro.com/moving-control-panel-to-bottom-of-screen/ Accessibility tab in hyperlinks… doesn't work the way you might expect: https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601180-adobe-indesign-bugs/suggestions/44174832-hyperlink-alt-text-is-ignored-in-the-latest-versio InDesign icon in Publish Online embed: How to do it: https://creativepro.com/publish-online-supports-embedding-indesign-documents/ Problem: https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests/suggestions/20459239-allow-removal-of-the-publish-online-button-that Adobe Illustrator: customizing the toolbar: https://creativepro.com/customize-your-illustrator-workspace/ and https://creativepro.com/create-a-custom-toolbar-in-illustrator/   Obscure Feature: Roger, hungry, ate 236 peaches and cantaloupes in 1904 If you make the sample text small, the Birch font will fit the whole line in the column. 

Plus
Kulturní vývar: Stopa barokního stavitele Kiliána Ignáce Dientzenhofera

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 6:55


Kostel svatého Mikuláše na Malé straně, Invalidovna nebo Bazilika svaté Markéty na Břevnově. Kam se v Praze vydáte, narazíte na stavby známého barokního stavitele Kiliána Ignáce Dientzenhofera. Spolupracoval na dvou stovkách staveb, včetně venkovských kostelů na Broumovsku. Ty chce Ministerstvo kultury prohlásit za národní kulturní památku.

美文阅读 More to Read
美文阅读 | 不惋惜,不呼喊,不哭泣 No Sorrow, No Calls, No Tears (谢尔盖·叶赛宁)

美文阅读 More to Read

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 28:25


Daily Quote The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus. (Bruce Lee) Poem of the Day No Sorrow, No Calls, No Tears Sergey Yesenin Beauty of Words Eveline (2) James Joyce

Christian Financial Radio Network
S&P 500 Emini Futures Day Trading

Christian Financial Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021


Wednesday Novermber 24, 2021 Welcome to the oldest Live Emini Daily Broadcast on the Internet. CFRN launched this show in April of 2005. You can listen to the audio of today's show right here, or... Learn to trade Emini Futures. CFRN "A Community of Believers Who Trade For A Living!"

KNGI Network Podcast Master Feed
Molehill Mountain Episode 263 – It's Okay

KNGI Network Podcast Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021


I finally finished The Great Ace Attorney games! But I never get around to talking about them. Maybe next week. 00:17 - Did Rockstar know how bad the GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition was when it sold it? Of course it did. 25:00 - I loved the teaser for Turning Red! I hated the trailer for Turning Red... If you missed Saturday's live broadcast of Molehill Mountain, you can watch the video replay on YouTube.  Alternatively, you can catch audio versions of the show on iTunes. Molehill Mountain streams live at 7p PST every Saturday night! Credits: Molehill Mountain is hosted by Andrew Eisen.  Music in the show includes “Albino” by Brian Boyko. It is in the public domain and free to use. Molehill Mountain logo by Scott Hepting. Chat Transcript: 6:58 PMSily Chicken3421​Hey andrew 6:59 PMLynndy Lee​hello 7:02 PMSheekago​Hey Andrew et all 7:02 PMLynndy Lee​hey Sheekago 7:07 PMSheekago​It's like rain in real life... 7:10 PMRikku Pollendina​is that a new blanket? 7:12 PManime momo​(: 7:12 PMRikku Pollendina​hi momo! 7:13 PManime momo​Hello Rikku (: 7:13 PMRikku Pollendina​i listened to the flamingo song haha 7:13 PManime momo​Nice (: 7:14 PMRikku Pollendina​ 7:15 PMLynndy Lee​hey Rikku and momo! 7:15 PMRotten Tanuki​Sup Big Guy 7:15 PMRikku Pollendina​hey lynndy!!! 7:16 PManime momo​Hello Lynndy (: 7:16 PManime momo​By the way lynndy,don't buy GTA definitive edition. 7:17 PManime momo​lol 7:17 PMRikku Pollendina​lmao u dony say? xD 7:17 PMLynndy Lee​I'll make a note of that. lol 7:17 PMRotten Tanuki​Wise words as always brother 7:18 PManime momo​Lol 7:19 PMRikku Pollendina​is that a new blanket?!?!?!?!?! 7:19 PMLynndy Lee​he's busy ranting to think of the the blanket. Haha 7:20 PManime momo​Lol 7:20 PMRikku Pollendina​lol i need to knoooooow xD 7:20 PMRotten Tanuki​I fell for it I bought the PC version. let's just say I was SO Pissed! 7:20 PManime momo​I don't think it's new but maybe (: 7:21 PMJared Knisely​64 sun and gax 1 7:21 PMRikku Pollendina​the usual blanket is dark green/vanilla. this one has neon 7:22 PManime momo​Hmm 7:23 PMRikku Pollendina​answering the real questions lmao xD thank you! 7:24 PManime momo​Lol 7:24 PMRikku Pollendina​lmao. blanket battle xD 7:25 PMRikku Pollendina​ok glad the blanket mystery is solved lol so...where were we? gta sucking? xD 7:26 PMRotten Tanuki​same here 7:27 PMLynndy Lee​me too : ( 7:27 PMRotten Tanuki​I think is the Art Style 7:27 PMLynndy Lee​and as a big disney fan, that's pretty sad to me 7:28 PMRikku Pollendina​lmao xD my castle is nice....but that castle is nicer xD 7:28 PMLynndy Lee​I really miss 2D animation, there's just something charming about it 7:28 PManime momo​WALL•E 7:29 PMLynndy Lee​moana was so boring to me 7:29 PMRikku Pollendina​walle is my fav o.o 7:29 PMRotten Tanuki​my best CG movies are the once that don't look like disney/pixar 7:29 PMLynndy Lee​Wall-E is pixar so doesn't really count 7:29 PManime momo​I really like the graphics in Wall-E 7:30 PManime momo​I thought Wall-E was a DreamWorks movie smh lol 7:31 PMRotten Tanuki​it's just teen wolf tho 7:31 PMLynndy Lee​y'know what's from Dreamworks and it's underrated? Megamind. 7:32 PManime momo​Yes ^ 7:32 PMRikku Pollendina​megamind had some pretty good moments 7:32 PMRotten Tanuki​it look like a CG anime 7:33 PMRikku Pollendina​i was thinking the Hulk but...fluffier xD 7:33 PMRotten Tanuki​😂 7:33 PMSheekago​Does the panda surf on top of a truck too? 7:34 PMLynndy Lee​lol 7:35 PManime momo​Yeah Disney really fell off after Shrek2 7:35 PMRotten Tanuki​Isle of Dogs,

After Hours Radio
JIMMY HUSTLED OVER STEAK, GOES NUTS AT RESTAURANT! AH Podcast (11/23/21)

After Hours Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


The Whack Pack are BACK for another episode of the After Hours Podcast, the show where literally ANYTHING goes! It's the After Hours Podcast, on RXMuscle.com.

Christian Financial Radio Network
S&P 500 Emini Futures Day Trading - LIVE

Christian Financial Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


Welcome to the oldest Live Emini Daily Broadcast on the Internet.  CFRN launched this show in April of 2005. You can listen to the audio of today's show right here, or visit... Learn to trade Emini Futures. CFRN "A Community of Believers Who Trade For A Living!"

解鎖地球 Unlock the Earth
Ep.90 被騙到寮國工作 | 潑水節河中辦桌 | 挑戰生青蛙泥、臭魚醬 | 跨國癡漢街頭搭訕 | Ep.1 前傳 ft. 立傑

解鎖地球 Unlock the Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 51:05


→ 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/story/ckwawcey5kn6z095885910xwa?m=comment → 喜歡解鎖地球嗎? 一鍵支持,讓我們繼續產出優質節目:https://pay.firstory.me/user/unlocktheearth - 如果解鎖地球的忠實聽眾,有聽過不管是原版還是復刻版 Ep.1 ,而且剛好記性也很好的話,一定會記得我有一個曾經在寮國工作過一段時間的朋友,後來介紹了永珍正妹 Noi 給我認識。我在此鄭重宣布,這位朋友也就是立傑強勢登場解鎖地球啦! 立傑在當兵退伍後,正在徬徨不知該往哪個方向走的同時,一個外派東南亞的經驗突然從天而降。雖然他的確樂於接受挑戰,但這份工作起出連要外派到哪裡都還不確定,一直到了立傑人都已經抵達中南半島,才確認原來是要派駐在寮國首都永珍開外 80 公里、前不著村後不著店的一個荒僻小村落中。不過對立傑來說,這樣的環境非但不是阻礙,他居然還在深刻地融入在地,簡直是田野調查的典範。這集不只包括了他在寮國的工作,更有他與 Noi 如何相識的過程,堪稱 Ep.1 前傳! 意外被派到寮國的小鄉村工作?點擊收聽,跟立傑一起在寮國的鄉間生活! - → 商業合作歡迎來信:alice@lumosads.biz Photo credit: 立傑 感謝以下贊助的聽眾:裕誠(旅行就是我的解藥) - 嘿!尚傑 第一次斗內就給你了,本來是要給其他頻道的啦,但就你會勒索只好把錢留給你嘍~ 或許有些聽眾不喜歡幹幹叫的主持人,做節目很難取捨讓每個聽眾都滿意。那就讓「乾爹」來說話吧! 你的那些語助詞我很喜歡,讓我覺得沒有距離且十分親切,希望你能繼續保持下去(? 乾爹最大 不服來贊(贊助的贊 加油!希望你能一直解鎖下去,有一天能解鎖到冥王星!Patricia - 辛苦啦~ 謝謝你們持續做這麼棒的節目Lisu - 兩個月前從EP2開始聽到二週年幕後的忠實聽眾!期待未來解鎖到土星!minmingo - 終於來訂閱式贊助了!!很喜歡解鎖地球,希望這個節目可以長久地經營下去(手指愛心)嘻嘻 - 加油!Jane - 超愛解鎖地球? 希望節目能長長久久!Yo Yo - 剪輯工作的疲勞我非常感同身受!也謝謝你們一直持續創作這麼好的節目,希望有一天大家都能真正接地氣的實踐「解鎖地球」Yun - 很喜歡你的節目!在疫情中帶給我很多樂趣~ 希望未來早日可以用你節目的資訊來旅遊,然後上解鎖地球解鎖解鎖地球KOOK3 - 真的超棒的節目 第一次有一個節目讓人一直想聽下去~~Lauren - 聽完馬上加入訂閱方案(情勒成功? 真的很愛這個節目,本來想說我是從EP19吳哥王朝那集開始聽的,應該算很早了吧,結果IG一堆元老級聽眾出沒XD 當初聽到主持人要去德國唸書時還有點擔心,身為曾在歐洲讀書的老人,真的覺得國外研究所超硬,很怕這個節目會就此停更QQ 感謝主持人百忙之中仍抽空製作節目,解鎖地球真誠自然的節奏與內容是苦悶上班族的一片綠洲啊啊啊? 希望這個節目這個節目長長久久,也預祝主持人的九月旅遊一路順風收穫滿滿~~cci - 謝謝解鎖地球 覺得你的幹話超親切有趣的 哈哈 每集必聽 綠茶 - 解鎖?地球?不能亡啊!! 讓我沒有產後憂鬱的一大救星 贊助贊起來!!!陳彥齊 - 從疫情大爆發的五月開始發現這個節目,便一路追到現在,目前解鎖大概一半的集數,還在努力完全解鎖中,很喜歡你節目中討論的內容,給人身歷其境的樂趣,有種當年在觀賞《繞著地球跑》的感覺,希望這個節目能夠持續長長久久一直走下去!Nanase - 從第一集就開始聽了,記得那時候你們還是用筆電錄的,真的很謝謝有這個節目,之前也有留言過,因為聽了節目後,我決定以後會帶小孩去自助旅行,然後跟他說,這裡解鎖地球有介紹過喔,總之,盡上一己之力,希望尚傑不用那麼辛苦Celine - 第一次贊助喜歡的創作者,希望解鎖地球可以一直更新下去❤️夢想環遊世界但被屁孩綁架的媽媽 - 我和孩子們都很喜歡你的節目, 每週一集還要省省聽, 不能一天就聽完? 希望我那有點懶散的兒子能受這節目影響, 為未來努力?szulun - Powered by Firstory Hosting

No Compromise Radio Podcast
Ruth\'s Sustaining God (Part 2)

No Compromise Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


Listen in as Pastor Mike continues to preaches this recent sermon on Ruth's Sustaining God, from Bethlehem Bible Church in West Boylston, MA.

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Battlefield 2042 Is One Of Steam's Worst Reviewed Games-And One Of Its Most Played - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, A rough launch for Battlefield 2042 has seen it become one of the worst-reviewed games on Steam in a little over a week. News of the game's poorly-received start to life comes despite it also being one of the platform's most-played titles since its launch, second to Halo Infinite. Sony has finally patented the PlayStation 5's faceplates after threatening a number of other companies with legal action over making them - sparking speculation that it may begin selling its own variant editions. Horizon Forbidden West has a whole team of developers solely dedicated to making its open-world experience feel alive for players in the game, called the Living World Team. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!

Christian Financial Radio Network
S&P 500 Emini Futures Day Trading

Christian Financial Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


Welcome to the oldest Live Emini Daily Broadcast on the   Internet.  CFRN launched this show in April of 2005. You can listen to the audio of today's show right here, or visit ... Learn to trade Emini Futures. CFRN "A Community of Believers Who Trade For A Living!"

Heavy Muscle Radio!
Aaron Singerman & PJ Braun GUILTY PLEA: Palumbo, Priest, Aceto, Romano React (HMR 11/22/21)

Heavy Muscle Radio!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Dave Palumbo, Chris Aceto, John Romano and Lee Priest discuss Aaron Singerman and PJ Braun's plea in their ongoing case. Plus, was Big Ramy married again?

ShelfLogic
Meet the Author: Olivia Dade!

ShelfLogic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 48:33


Meet celebrated author Olivia Dade! Known as an "undeniable nerd" and book lover, Olivia has translated her passions into several series that are fun while featuring body positivity and healthy relationship role models. Join librarians Shelley and Ashley as we meet Olivia to learn more about her newest book, as well as talk about fandoms, representation in the romance genre, connecting communities across virtual platforms, and the ancient art of thatchery! Meet the Author: Olivia Dade!

GARDEN CHURCH Podcast
Jesus’ Strategy Enabling One Anothering - Audio

GARDEN CHURCH Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 35:42


"in Long Beach as it is in Heaven." For more information visit: garden.church

Christian Financial Radio Network
S&P 500 Emini Futures Day Trading

Christian Financial Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021


Friday November 19, 2021 Has the S&P 500 Emini Futures finally found a top? Where do we go from here? A complete recap of all our Emini Alerts over the past 24  hours. Welcome to the... Learn to trade Emini Futures. CFRN "A Community of Believers Who Trade For A Living!"

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Did Rockstar Sneak the First GTA 6 Screenshot into GTA Trilogy? - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021


Today on IGN The Fix: Games, A single image of a house in the remastered version of GTA: San Andreas has sparked fan speculation that it is, in fact, the first screenshot of Grand Theft Auto 6. Posted on GTA Forums, the image is found among photos on the wall of San Andreas' UFO-themed Lil' Probe'Inn and, somewhat appropriately, has kicked off a new conspiracy theory - that Rockstar has surreptitiously tucked the first image of GTA 6 into its latest remasters. Halo Infinite won't be getting a co-op option for Campaign mode until May 2022 at the earliest, and Forge mode will be even further down the line. Speaking to Eurogamer, 343 head of creative Joseph Staten confirmed that the game's extension of Halo Infinite Season 1 means the two much-requested features have been delayed. CD Projekt Red has clarified that the studio currently has no plans to bring Cyberpunk 2077 to Xbox Game Pass, despite rumors suggesting that it might be on its way to the subscription service. In response to speculation (as reported by VGC) that the game may be on its way to Game Pass, CD Projekt Red's Global PR Director, Radek Grabowksi confirmed that this isn't the case.

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Halo Infinite's Controversial Progression Being Assessed - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Following the launch of Halo Infinite's multiplayer mode, 343 Industries has confirmed that it's currently assessing the game's controversial multiplayer progression system. Riot Forge, Riot Game's third-party publishing label, announced three new games set in the League of Legends universe Tuesday, two of which are available now. Deep Silver and Volition have today confirmed that Saints Row has officially been delayed. Volition's Saints Row reboot is now due to arrive on August 23, 2022, seven months later than its initially-planned arrival date of February 25, 2022. Narz has all that in your Daily Fix!