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  • EA Staff - Kick Ass!
  • Podquisition 219: The Comrade Comedy Hour

    What a blessed union we make on this podcast.

  • The Co-Optional Podcast Ep. 240 ft. The Completionist

    Watch The Co-Optional Podcast live at on Tuesdays at 3pm ET. Genna, Jesse & Dodger are joined by The Completionist in this episode of the Co-Optional Podcast. Enjoy! The Completionist Dodger Jesse Cox Follow Me ☆Twitter - ☆Instagram - ☆Twitch - ☆Discord - ☆Reddit- FTC ☆This video is NOT sponsored. #CoOptionalPodcast #GennaBain #TheCompletionist #JesseCox #DexBonus

  • a16z Podcast: Gaming Goes Mainstream

    Bobby Kotick is the CEO of Activision Blizzard (a merger he engineered); it's one of only two video gaming companies in the Fortune 500, and the largest game network in the world. The company is responsible for some of the most iconic entertainment franchises, including Call of Duty, Candy Crush, Overwatch, and World of Warcraft -- as well as its own professional esports league. So in this episode of the a16z Podcast, Marc Andreessen interviews Kotick on everything from the evolution of video games in the 1980s to gaming trends more broadly. What changes as gaming goes from "just for nerds" to "just for kids" and spreads more broadly into entertainment and cultural phenomena (esports, Fortnite, Pokemon Go, etc.)... both online and offline? The conversation originally took place at our annual innovation a16z Summit in November 2018 -- which features a16z speakers and invited experts from various organizations discussing innovation at companies small and large. You can also see other podcasts and videos from this event here:

  • Checkpoint 5x03 - A Rúnától a játékzenékig

    Az IDDQD podcastjének 5x03-as (összesen 101.) adása Grathtel és Stökivel. Vendég: Buttinger Gergely játékzeneszerző, grafikus. Téma: Gergely munkássága a Rúna "Kis Mészáros" karikatúráitól a NeoCore-nak készített játékzenéiig.. Kísérőposzt linkekkel:

  • a16z Podcast: Who's Down with CPG, DTC? (And Micro-Brands Too?)

    with Ryan Caldbeck (@ryan_caldbeck), Jeff Jordan (@jeff_jordan), and Sonal Chokshi (@smc90) It's clear that all kinds of commerce companies and consumer products have been disrupted -- or enabled -- by tech. Yet for certain categories, like consumer packaged goods (CPG), it seems like tech hasn't changed things very much. How is the rise of so-called "micro-brands" (or emerging brands) playing out here? And, how is it possible that "real" -- different -- innovation isn't really happening in the CPG industry, despite the tremendous legacy of brand, talent, and more in the space? How are CPG companies tackling grocery, which represents the perfect end-capsule and case study of challenges -- and opportunities -- in going from offline to online, from online to offline, and more? As for grocery itself, stores themselves (in the U.S. at least) haven't changed very much due to tech, either... is it a last-mile delivery thing; could we also possibly move to distribution-only centers in the future? Finally, while the holy grail of performance marketing and personalization remains elusive for the industry -- let’s face it, most brands are still guessing in the dark (and forget trying to customize offerings!) -- even going direct-to-consumer (DTC) hasn't been shining as much of a light here as one might expect. Or so argue the guests in this episode of the a16z Podcast, featuring Ryan Caldbeck of CircleUp, along with a16z general general partner Jeff Jordan, in conversation with Sonal Chokshi. Cuz this episode is all about CPG, DTC; micro-brands, yah you know, all kinds of commerce.

  • MacGadka #166: Mac mini już nie taki mini

    W tym odcinku kontynuujemy temat finansów. Wiemy dużo więcej, po tym jak Apple ogłosiło wyniki finansowe za I kwartał 2019 roku. Oprócz zauważamy, że moda na niepublikowanie pewnych danych rozszerza się. Właśnie wpisał się w nią Twitter. Oprócz tego bardzo dużo czasu poświęciliśmy temu jakiego Maca mini można i opłaca się kupić. Co tu dużo mówić, wystawiliśmy temu komputerowi laurkę.

  • Runde #202: Die Zukunft ist umsonst (ft. Teut Weidemann)
    Auf ein Bier GamesPodcast

    Meine Damen und Herren, nachdem wir gerne die Dachlatten in Richtung Free2Play, Games as a Service und Lootboxen schwingen, haben wir uns heute einen waschechten Experten und glühenden Verfechter dieser Geschäftsmodelle eingeladen: Teut Weidemann ist wieder im Podcast und sieht eine kostenlose Spiele-Zukunft heraufziehen. Und Teut kennt sich mit sowas aus, schließlich berät er Firmen wie Ubisoft bei der Umsetzung, Gestaltung und Monetarisierung dieser Modelle. Kein Wunder also, dass in dieser Sonntagsfolge gelegentlich die Fäuste und argumentativen Fetzen fliegen. Aber anders macht's ja auch keinen Spaß. Viel Spaß beim Zuhören! Timecodes: 00:00 - Einführung 03:14 - Marktentwicklung im free2play- Sektor 26:22 - Ist das Schund? Unterschiede im Game Design 58:04 - Wie geht es weiter auf dem Triple A- Markt? 01:12:50 - Von Finanzierungsmodellen, Marketing und Glücksspiel- Vorwürfen bei free2play

  • LTB#388 - Controlling Bitcoin?
    Let's Talk Bitcoin!

    *"We're beginning to see the first steps of backlash against the assertion of cryptocurrencies... **That commerce will flow freely on the internet" - Andreas M. Antonopoulos*** ##On Todays Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin... Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy, and Jonathan Mohan once again join Adam B. Levine for a discussion on the theory and practice of applying international sanctions to individual bitcoin addresses. What starts as merely annoying could become much worse... or not! We talk about it. Then, in case anybody was wondering, Bitcoin is in a bear market! The cycle continues! We talk about that, too. --- Tip LTB:1FZGD64BA7B9GdwDhGGGF92amt9X6VH38K or Via the Lightning Network at --- Thanks for listening to this episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, content for todays show was provided by Andreas Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy, Jonathan Mohan and Adam B. Levine. This episode was edited by Dave/Adam and featured music by Jared Rubens and Gurty Beats Send questions or comments to [email protected]

  • نشرة الأخبار… الأحد 17 فبراير 2019
    Tech News

    نشرة الأخبار تأتيكم يوميًا من البوابة العربية للأخبار التقنية في تمام الساعة: 8 صباحًا بتوقيت جمهورية مصر العربية. 9 صباحًا بتوقيت المملكة العربية السعودية. 10 صباحًا بتوقيت الإمارات العربية المتحدة.

  • نشرة الأخبار… الثلاثاء 19 فبراير 2019
    Tech News

    نشرة الأخبار تأتيكم يوميًا من البوابة العربية للأخبار التقنية في تمام الساعة: 8 صباحًا بتوقيت جمهورية مصر العربية. 9 صباحًا بتوقيت المملكة العربية السعودية. 10 صباحًا بتوقيت الإمارات العربية المتحدة.

  • Gaijin Dash #37 : Kingdom Hearts 3
  • #136 The Founder
    Reply All

    The story of a person who wanted to change the world using the internet — by committing crimes on an unprecedented global scale.

  • 18.02 Digitund: telefonimaailmas käib uus suur haip
    Geenius Raadio

    Räägime kohe algava Barcelona mobiilikongressi eel, kuidas volditavad ekraanid näib olevat uus suur haip. Kuigi midagi praktilist ja päriselt kasutatavat ei ole loota, turundatakse seda kui uut imetehnoloogiat. Saate teemad: mida ootame Samsung Galaxy S10-st Samsung ei teegi enam Blu-ray mängijaid LG teatas, et ei avaldagi volditavat telefoni TCL aga lubab lausa nii volditavat telefoni, mis läheb käevõruks Apple'ilt võib tulla suurem sülearvuti ja kolm uut telefoni Selgus põhjus, miks Tele2 odavad paketid välja tõi Tallinnas proovitakse lapsi rahaga programmeerima panna Miks 8-tähemärgine parool on surnud Austraalias häkiti valmiste eel parteid E-hääletamine algab neljapäeval Saatejuhid Hans Lõugas ja Henrik Roonemaa portaalist

  • Are We Overreacting to Blizzard's Layoffs? - Dude Soup Podcast #213
  • a16z Podcast: To All the Robots I've Loved Before

    with Kate Darling (@grok_) and Hanne Tidnam (@omnivorousread) We already know that we have an innate tendency to anthropomorphize robots. But beyond just projecting human qualities onto them, as we begin to share more and more spaces, social and private, what kind of relationships will we develop with them? And how will those relationships in turn change us? In this Valentine’s Day special, Kate Darling, Researcher at MIT Labs, talks with a16z's Hanne Tidnam all about our emotional relations with robots. From our lighter sides -- affection, love, empathy, and support -- to our darker sides, what will these new kinds of relationships enhance or de-sensitize in us? Why does it matter that we develop these often intense attachments to these machines that range from tool to companion -- and what do these relationships teach us about ourselves, our tendencies and our behaviors? What kinds of models from the past can we look towards to help us navigate the ethics and accountability that come along with these increasingly sophisticated relationships with robots?

  • BB-8 is getting all Misty featuring Jonathan Strickland from Tech Stuff
    Android Authority

    You may have heard of Sphero. You may have heard of Star Wars. Adam looked at all the robots he could find. But one robot maker had a great product, a great plan, and a great story to along with it. It’s like a trifecta of awesome. We’ve got droids, we got a passionate developer community, and we have a company that’s here for the long haul. But, since this is a special podcast, we needed a special guest to unpack it all. Joining Adam and Joe, is Jonathan Strickland from the Tech Stuff podcast. Jonathan has been podcasting about technology for over 10 years and 1,000 episodes, so it was only appropriate to bring him on to talk Misty II, the ultimate developer’s robot! This is Part 1 of a two-part episode. Part 2 is located on the Tech Stuff channel. Go check it out, and subscribe to one of the best tech podcasts on the internet! Very special guest appearance Jonathan Strickland, Executive Producer/Host, HowStuffWorks Interview guests Ian Bernstein, Founder, Head of Product, Misty Robotics Tim Enwall, Head of Misty Robotics Stuart Lipoff, Vice President for Publications, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society The Android Authority podcast is: Adam Doud - @DeadTechnology Jonathan Feist - @JFeist1 / @DroneRushcom Joe Hindy - @ThatJoeHindy Produced by Adam Doud

  • a16z Podcast: Cryptonetworks as Emerging Economies (Done Right?)

    with Chris Burniske (@cburniske), Joel Monegro (@jmonegro), Denis Nazarov (@Iiterature), and Jesse Walden (@jessewldn) When designing cryptonetworks -- really, emerging economies -- how do we avoid some of the monetary and fiscal policy failings of "real-world" economies? Like not separating currency and capital, which accelerated and spread economic growth through the former... but also concentrated the latter into the hands of a few? Yet how can we empower users to access capital while also managing risk? If the promise of cryptonetworks is to better align incentives and value capture, then we can't make the same mistakes as we did in traditional economies. We also have the chance to do novel things not possible in the physical world, through software. So this episode of the a16z Podcast -- featuring voices from Placeholder VC and a16z Crypto -- goes deep into the nuances and mechanisms of cryptonetworks, tokens, and decentralized applications at every layer of the "stack". Chris Burniske (who has written a lot about financial modeling-influenced frameworks for analyzing crypto) and Joel Monegro (who has written about "fat protocols", and once managed the Digital Economy Department at the Ministry of Industry and Commerce of the Dominican Republic) of Placeholder VC discuss and debate all of the above -- and more! -- with a16z crypto's Denis Nazarov and Jesse Walden (co-founders of Mediachain, which was acquired by Spotify). Throughout the history of information technology, we've gone from hardware to software, and software to data. So what's next, what's the layer above data? The answer is governance -- which gives more people a way to participate in decision making around a given network -- but the answer for how to implement the best governance isn't so clear. --- The views expressed herein are those of the individual personnel quoted herein. This presentation is provided solely for informational purposes and should not be relied upon when making any investment decision. References to any securities or digital assets are for illustrative purposes only and do not constitute a recommendation to invest in any instrument nor do they constitute an offer to provide investment advisory services. This content should not be relied upon as legal, business, investment or tax advice. You should consult your own advisers as to legal, business, tax and other related matters concerning any investment. Furthermore, this content is not directed at nor intended for use by any investor or prospective investor, and may not under any circumstances be relied upon when making a decision to invest in any fund. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Please see for additional important information.

  • The Spin-Off Doctors: Pokemon The Unown Entei Adventure Of Kidnapping Third Movie

    Be the best that you can be, and if a mustachioed dog kidnaps you, play along.

  • "The Burn," a story from Better Worlds
    The Vergecast

    Today we bring you an episode of Better Worlds, The Verge's recent series of short fiction, audio, and animation that explores how technology can shape our society and environment in better, more equitable ways. "The Burn" is part three of five audio adaptations of Better Worlds that appear in the Verge Extras podcast feed.

    In Peter Tieryas' story, “The Burn,” people around the world fall victim to a mysterious illness called the Burn. Eventually, AR researchers begin to suspect a pattern.

    For more videos, audio adaptations, and written stories from Better Worlds, go to