Episode 151 is Captain America 1944 Superhero Captain America battles the evil forces of the archvillain called The Scarab, who poisons his enemies and steals a secret device capable of destroying buildings by sound vibrations. It's the Cap but not as we know him
Natasha Leggero (comedy, Ugly Americans, The Tonight Show) is one of Pete's (surprise!) absolute favorite people. Hilarious, wonderful and just fucking great. Pete just listened to this episode which he almost never does and loved it and then wrote about it in the third person for you to read here. Many LOLs. A real LOLercoaster! GET INTO IT, WEIRDOS!
Episode Description We catch up with guitarist Ty Tabor from King's X to discuss the 2019 Monsters Of Rock Cruise and some of his personal Growin' Up Rock story. We talk about how the band decides on a set list, the possibilities of a new King's X record, and what he remembers about the Woodstock 2 festival that put them in front of 350 thousand people. A Brief Band Overview King's X is a band that was formed in the mid 80s that garnered a ton of critical acclaim from the critics and the bands peers. They were a great mixture of hard rock, melody, harmonies, funk, R&B, and soul. Yep - They had a lot to offer. Maybe some people did not know how to take them and maybe the record companies did not know how to market them, but for whatever reason they never achieved some of the massive success their peers received in the 80s. The band is still going strong and doing better than ever before, and I absolutely love and respect them. Check out our conversation with guitarist, singer, songwriter Ty Tabor. Everyone’s got a Rock N Roll story to tell, so tell us yours @growinuprock.com Like us and leave us a review on our FaceBook page - @growinuprock or Podchaser Follow us on Twitter - @growinuprock Subscribe to our Podcast at the platform of your choice and leave us a review Support Music / Artist / and Your Favorite Podcast You can help out the Podcast by doing all of your shopping at Amazon using our link below. Click on the Amazon banner below and it takes you to the Amazon site where you shop as normal. It cost you exactly the same, but the podcast gets a very small fee as a partner which help us pay to get our shows out each and every week. Growin’ Up Rock Amazon Store Music Supplied by King's X and Ty Tabor
We gather around the water cooler to celebrate our 100th episode with our friend John Stone for some random developer discussions as Michael goes off script, Joe needs his techno while coding, and Allen sings some sweet sounds. Are you reading these show notes via your podcast player? Head over to https://www.codingblocks.net/episode100 to find this episode’s full show notes and join in on the conversation. Sponsors Clubhouse – The first project management platform for software development that brings everyone on every team together to build better products. Sign up for two free months of Clubhouse by visiting clubhouse.io/codingblocks.Datadog.com/codingblocks – Sign up today for a free 14 day trial and get a free Datadog t-shirt after creating your first dashboard. Survey Says Anonymous VoteSign in with WordpressWhat interests you the most?Learning the low level nuts and bolts of how computers and OSes work, i.e. the lowest possible level, can I build my own hardware or OS?Or the highest possible level, i.e. subjects like formal algorithms, machine learning, artificial intelligence, etc.Those other options are nice, but I enjoy prototyping and experimenting with all the things, broadening my horizons.vote News Thank you to everyone that left us a review:iTunes: is0mer, Shdhdhahajdjdjsjajxheha, mukuljain.dce, khoitd1997Stitcher: joshjb, LowlyQCguy, zrcni, I_am_your_daddy, MichaelsJustSoSo, AllensTheSmartestAllen and Joe released some new videos:Clean Code – Naming is Hard and so is Organizing (YouTube)Building a Dev Workstation in 2019 (YouTube)Upcoming conferences:The whole gang will be at the Orlando Code Camp, March 30, 2019. Stop by, get some swag, and kick Joe in the shins!We’re giving away a ticket to React Amsterdam, April 10-12, 2019. Be sure to sign up to our mailing list for the details. Overheard at the Water Cooler … If you could only have one computer, would you prefer a laptop or a desktop? The MSI GS75 Stealth has definitely caught our eye. What technology would you recommend a new developer look into? And is it the same recommendation you’d make for a senior developer?We play another round of Up/Down.Are dark themes bad for your eyes?Based on this tweet from Cory House and this Stack Overflow answer, we revisit the idea of which theme is healthier. Resources We Like RTINGS.com – Find the best product for your needs.TIOBE Index – An index of the popularity of programming languages. Tip of the Week Get your master’s degree remotely from top schools such as the Online Master of Science in Computer Science from Georgia Tech.Find connectors to get your data in and out of Kafka from the Confluent Hub.
Academics are Spoiled. Right? The stereotype of academics is that they live a well protected life in the ivory tower. But this is not the case for most of them. Maria Pinto from Portugal is a PhD student in marine microbiology in Austria. With the final stages of her work approaching, Maria is beginning to think about the future. Forgoing Salaries, Benefits, and Life Planning Security in your Late 20s to 40s. We talk about the many uncertainties in academia, particularly for early career researchers. In general the salaries are not good, but in poorer countries, where the salaries are particularly low and may not even include social security, there is also an expectation of students to pay field work trips themselves. In general, traveling in order to present your work at conferences is important to researchers and their careers, but for many, this is not affordable. PhD students and postdocs are in the typical age for founding families. The academic career, however, demands mobility. For many this means that they need to move countries several times – a factor that greatly affects life planning security negatively. And all of this is happening in a climate of increasing PhD graduations and stagnating long-term or permanent job openings. Yet, leaving academia is often discouraged. Among early career academics and their advisers it’s simply expected to try hard for an academic career. This often means that PhDs think about a possible transition outside of academia very late. And then there is always the gnawing question: Do I have any value on the private market? We don’t have an answer to the problems we highlight, but maybe we can work a little bit against the stereotype of the spoiled academic. And maybe we can push some early career researchers to think about plan B, earlier. Do you have questions, comments or suggestion? Email email@example.com, write us on facebook or twitter, or leave us a video message on Skype for dennis.eckmeier. Become a Patron! sources: • Oceans for All – promotes ocean science and ocean science communication • YouTube Channel “Sea&me – Marine stuff with Maria” • The Stagnating Job Market for Young Scientists • Why a postdoc might not advance your career • These studies offer a realistic view of postdoc life—and guidance for making career decisions that work for you • How Ph.D.s Romanticize the ‘Regular’ Job Market
The theatre is a magical place. A place where fact becomes fiction, fantasy becomes flesh… the human experience is laid bare! Fitting then that Boston’s Monarch Theater should be the site of a horrendous ritual that also happens to be a stage play... a diabolical work called The King in Yellow.If performed, it wouldn't just be the dénouement for our heroes, but perhaps the world as we know it.Written & Performed by:Luke Stram – The KeeperCap Blackard | boR | Nicky Holland | Joshua LaForge | John Sebastian LaValleCast (In Order of Appearance):Cap Blackard as The Narrator/ The AnnouncerMelody Perera as Anjana RamakrishnanCap Blackard as Estelle ThorpeJonathan Fleming as The BostonianJohn Sebastian LaValle as Oswald SinclairJoshua LaForge as Moses Ruben CubbenfieldNicky Holland as Cherry FeatherbottomboR as Kenneth RogerCynthia Beckert as Mildred EliasLuke Stram as Woodrow EliasJames Barbarossa as Pelham GrenvilleMusical Spotlight: Jolene by Michael KellyOriginal Score: Ryan McQuinn and Mike McQuinnSound Design: Colin PetersonEditing: Colin Peterson & Cap BlackardStory Editing: Cap BlackardFor links and more info, head to the main episode page:https://nerdyshow.com/2019/02/the-call-of-cthulhu-mystery-program-episode-8-denouement
I'm going solo like some kind of rogue podcasting monster!... For like, 8 minutes. I'm sorry, but when you listen in you'll understand why! (Audacity proves my point within minutes, haha!) Normal service will resume soon, but in the meantime, here's me chatting about a couple things I've watched and heard so far this year. Enjoy! Episode Theme - 'Getchoo' by Weezer End Theme - 'No Scrubs' by TLC Twitter: @StaceysParlour Ko-Fi page: Stacey's Tip Jar
When Sarah Winchester's husband died, she inherited millions from the family business: the manufacture of the famous Winchester Rifle. A medium reportedly told Sarah that she would be haunted by the victims of that rifle unless she used her fortune to build a house, and never stop building. That's exactly what she did. Pamela Haag’s book is The Gunning of America: Business and the Making of American Gun Culture. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven't already, please review us on iTunes! It's an important way to help new listeners discover the show: iTunes.com/CriminalShow. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Sign up for The Accomplice. If you'd like to introduce friends or family members to podcasts, we created a How to Listen guide based on frequently asked questions. Artwork by Julienne Alexander. Sponsors: Bouqs Go to BOUQS.com and enter CRIMINAL for 20% off. Man Crates Just for Valentine’s Day, get 14% off when you spend $100 or more at ManCrates.com/CRIMINAL Quip Go to GETQUIP.com/CRIMINAL and you can get your first refill pack for FREE. Robinhood Robinhood is giving listeners a FREE stock to help build your portfolio! Sign up at criminal.robinhood.com Simplisafe Protect your home today and get free shipping at SimpliSafe.com/CRIMINAL Squarespace Enjoy a free trial and 10% off your first purchase with offer code CRIMINAL. Sun Basket Go to SUNBASKET.com and enter promo code CRIMINAL today to get 50% off your first order. Toyota Visit BuyAToyota.com to locate a dealer, search our inventory, and find all our current offers.
How advanced is our civilization? Hot Pockets? Check. Cat memes? Check. Total control of our planet’s resources, weather, and energy? Well…we’ll get back to you. That’s the basic premise of the Kardashev Scale. It’s a simple test to judge a civilization’s technological advancement. The scale ranges from 0 (we’re a 0.7) to a 6 or 7 (think omnipotent beings). This week we explore where we are, where we’re (hopefully) going, and how we can get there. Plus, Conspiracy Bot gives himself an upgrade to SUPER C (he’s been playing too much NES), the neighborhood cats are back in his cross-hairs (he drank a bottle of Malört), and we talk how Pluto has gotten the shaft (#teamPluto). All of that and more on the podcast that didn’t know you in high school, but if we had we would have beat up any other podcasts that made fun of your Magic the Gathering collection – Hysteria 51. Research sources: Research Assistant - Raymond Walden IVBooks:Evolving the Alien: The Science of Extraterrestrial Life by Jack Cohen and Ian StewartParallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos by Michio KakuWizards, Aliens, and Starships by Charles L. AdlerVideo:Michio Kaku: 3 types of Civilizations - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GooNhOIMY0The Kardashev Scale - Type I, II, III, IV & V Civilization – Documentary - https://bit.ly/2DQgZQqWebsites:Futurism - https://futurism.com/the-kardashev-scale-type-i-ii-iii-iv-v-civilizationWikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kardashev_scaleWikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_energy_consumption Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikolai_Kardashev Curiosity - https://bit.ly/2sIiZ7e Gaia - https://www.gaia.com/article/type-one-kardashev-scaleTass - http://tass.com/science/896683 and – of course – HowStuffWorks.Don't forget to check out our TeePublic page for you H51 Gear!You can follow us at the following:FacebookGroupTwitterInstagramSnapchatRedditiTunesWebsite
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On this week's video podcast, Ryan talks about feeling old (leg day), snow days, getting a new job/role in the building, teaching students to "do school," and an odd late-night email. Ryan also answers your Reddit questions. Link to Video Podcast: bit.ly/crb72 Check out Ryan's appearances on other Podcasts: https://www.podchaser.com/creators/ryan-michael-107ZzlNYFn/appearances EXCLUSIVE Content: https://www.patreon.com/classroombrew Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter & Instagram: @ClassroomBrew Available on your favorite Podcast App and YouTube!!
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Anvidar begings the joining ritual, Sygmyr finds his place amongst the order,Rowan continues his twisted vigil,Oryn rides out along side Krea.Reddit r/AethuranPatreon Support the show Follow on Twitter Subscribe on itunes Subscribe on Android Link to Kevin's Macloeds patreon Support the show
After a Short Hiatus, The Dummies Go Bloop Bloop on Swan Diving Security Guards, Explore Utah Butt Stuff and Talk Tulip Tuggin Flower Shop Fathers. https://thisissodumbpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/episode-37-final-1.mp3 SHOW LINKS: Horrific Broken Penis Pictures
The risk of a cybersecurity attack on the UK’s critical infrastructure, like the one that hit Ukraine’s energy grid in 2015 and 2016, is growing. With the threat landscape constantly evolving it’s vital for public sector organisations to adopt a robust approach to defending key targets from cyber-attacks. In this episode Paul speaks with Stephen Jewell, Director of UKFast Public Sector, which has worked with Government departments and private industry partners, for more than 18 years. Some of the topics of discussion include: 3’00 Why it’s important to understand the potential damage of a security breach. 7’30 How to make individuals more security aware in the interests of national security. 10’35 The history of Secure Information Assurance (S-IA) and its acquisition by UKFast. 14’55 Pioneering the use of the internet with the Ministry of Defence. 17’04 Developing technology to secure public networks, including the MoD. 29’36 What, or who, are the threats? 30’51 The Norse Threat Map http://www.norse-corp.com/map/ Download on iTunes: apple.co/2Ji61Ek Listening time: 33 minutes For more information, follow us on twitter @Secarma or @SecarmaLabs or email us at email@example.com Hosted by: Paul Mason, Ethical Hacker & Head of Education at Secarma Guest: Stephen Jewell, Director of UKFast Public Sector
If you’ve ever tried to be really creative, but then found yourself stuck in a mental rut over and over again, I think you will enjoy this episode.In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast we explore a variety of ways to get your brain moving and uncover your inner genius that’s been hiding in plain sight.Resources Mentioned in this EpisodeDropps [Get an extra 30% off your first order]Freshbooks [Try it FREE for 30 Days]The Power of Full Engagement [Book by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz]
In this conversation with Sivaguru, Diwakar Menon talks about The focus for testing effectiveness would be to address risks Some stories of testing in projects adopting agile approaches High functioning development organizations What made him launch a startup And some more.. Diwakar Menon has over 30 years of work experience ranging from test consulting to delivery to pre-sales. He has been the head of service delivery for key customer contracts that encompass a variety of services from Software QA, Testing, Application Development, Application Management, Infrastructure Management and Business Support Services across a multiplicity of pillars like Telecom, Banking & Financial Industry, Government, and Health. He is the co-founder of Last Mile Consultants , a boutique test consulting organisation, that works with IT Service providers, product organisations, captives and startups and helps set up or improve their software testing function, focusing on test strategies, capabilities, test automation, or process transformations. Diwakar possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University. Prior to founding Last Mile, Diwakar has worked in global organisations like Tech Mahindra, Perot Systems (now Dell), Deutsche Software, Tata Unisys (now TCS) and CMC Ltd.
Pete Phillips stops by the basement to chat Section 6A hockey and basically anything else that pops into his head. Bonus dad jokes at the end!Email the podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org
Say it ain't so, Netflix! Join us for a special episode as we mourn the loss of Travelers (but celebrate getting three complete seasons) and talk about other shows that were canceled too soon. And don't worry: We're not ending the podcast just because the show has ended!
Sometimes strange, sometimes serious, but always sincere. Interviews and performances with the best of Austin’s hard working musicians being interviewed by local comedians. Streaming live every Tuesday, 7pm CT. This show is made possible because of generous patrons! Become a patron for as little as $1 and get access to rewards, bonus content and exclusive features. Join the club: Comedians Interviewing Musicians Hosts: BeckiJo Neil and Kris Potrafka Eric Bettencourt packs the Music Firsthand Studio for this episode! We covered everything from Austin’s great music community, market-timing with stamps, Hunter S. Thompson, and Christopher Hitchens. Enjoy! Recorded December 12, 2017. **** Check out the live video and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Hire a local band with our live music booking app that matches you based on lifestyle and brand. Request the app here: Music Firsthand. Keep up with the Austin music news for free with the Austin Music Firsthand Magazine on Flipboard.