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  • The Tech Guy 1567

    The Tech Guy (Audio)

    MacBook Air vs Chromebook, what to do when you've reached the limit of iCloud storage space, what happens to the restore partition when you upgrade Windows, how to root an Android phone, recording multiple tracks of audio from a camera, repurposing a TiVo Roamio, the future of NFC in smartphones, intermittent kernel panics on an old Mac Pro, connecting an Android phone to a TV, and Sam Abuelsamid joins Leo to talk about a new all-electric pickup truck called the Rivian.

    Host: Leo Laporte

    Guest: Sam Abuelsamid

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  • Listeners react to our "Why The Value of Education Is Overblown," segment with Bryan Caplan
    Innovation Hub

    You sent us a whole lot of feedback about a recent segment on whether we spend too much money on education in the U.S. - and whether college educations are overvalued. Here’s some of it.

  • This Week in Enterprise Tech 329: Low Code 101

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

    Sigh...another data breach, the telecom industry wants a standard so you really know where a phone call comes from, is being a CISO bad for your health, are enterprise data centers going liquid cooling and we have Appian on the show to talk about "Low Code 101" and what application automation really means for the enterprise IT world.

    Hosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams

    Guest: Malcolm Ross

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  • Toontrack Custom Shop EZX
    Sound On Sound

    Sample sound related to the SOS magazine review.

  • FilmSack Logans Run
    Scott Johnson 24

    An idyllic science fiction future has one major drawback: life must end at the age of thirty.

  • SKIM 14: Robes and Toast
    Scott Johnson 24

    Family drama and what to do with it. LOADS of listener questions. What about that old crush doing your floors now? And so much more this week. Oh and steak, shrimp and crab legs!

  • 021719 - Without Holiness No One Shall See The Lord Part 2 - MelquisedecLisbet - -22 - 58m
    Cristo es una Mujer

  • E904 Keith Rabois (Khosla/PayPal) advice for anti-VC/anti-hustle climate, Thiel, Trump, Thatcher-PT1
  • Amazon buys Eero Wi-Fi, more enterprise certificate fraud, and the March event TV service
    AppleInsider Podcast

    William and Victor discuss the ongoing abuses of Apple's Enterprise Certificate program, what it means for Wi-Fi mesh options now that Amazon owns Eero, and more on this week's AppleInsider Podcast.

  • TMSPM 1654: Ever seen capers?
    Scott Johnson 24

    It's Tax Day for me! Know your details! App Time! Your Twitter questions and more on this episode of TMSPM.

  • TMS 1653: Dick Assman of Regina
    Scott Johnson 24

    Robo Calls run a mock! He doth inside trade too much. ASSMAN update! Do not kiss those deer. Hello, fishy fish! Therapy Thursday and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

  • a16z Podcast: Voting, Security, and Governance in Blockchains and Cryptonetworks

    with Phil Daian (@phildaian) and Ali Yahya (@ali01) Whether in corporations, boardrooms, or political elections, voting is something we see in all kinds of social systems... including blockchains. It's the natural human tendency for how to organize decisions, and in distributed systems without centralized middlemen, it's the only clear Schelling point we can come up with. But too many people design voting mechanisms in distributed systems in isolation -- sometimes naively "porting over" assumptions from the real world or from simple cryptoeconomic models without thinking through the economic adversaries present in a larger, more rational (vs. "honest") game-theoretic system. So how are blockchain systems different from real-world paper and electronic voting systems? How can such systems be gamed, and what are the implications for cryptoeconomic security... as well as the governance of distributed organizations? This hallway-style episode of the a16z Podcast covers all this and more. Recorded as part of our NYC roadtrip, it features Cornell Tech PhD student and software engineer Phil Daian, who researches applied cryptography and smart contracts -- and who also wrote about "On-chain Vote Buying and the Rise of Dark DAOs" in 2018 (with Tyler Kell, Ian Miers, and his advisor Ari Juels). Daian is joined by a16z crypto partner Ali Yahya (previously a software engineer and machine learning researcher at GoogleX and Google Brain), who also recently presented on crypto as the evolution -- and future -- of trust. --- 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 presentation 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.

  • Soniccouture Nyckelharpas
    Sound On Sound

    Sample sound related to the SOS magazine article.

  • The app for hourly workers - Branch
    USA TODAY Talking Tech

    Hourly workers need to swap shifts, but making it happen can be cumbersome. There's an app for that. Atif Siddiqi tells Jefferson Graham all about the Branch app on Talking Tech.

  • Ep. 019 - Android holes, iOS screengrabbing and USB poo
    Sophos Security

    The Naked Security podcast pokes a stick into the latest critical security bugs in Android, investigates the dubious art of iOS screenshots you didn't take yourself, and marvels at the USB drive that survived a seal's digestive tract. With Anna Brading, Paul Ducklin, Mark Stockley and Matthew Boddy. This week's stories: Music by:

  • The Co-Optional Podcast Ep. 239 ft. Sinvicta

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

  • Runde #201: Resident Evil 2
    Auf ein Bier GamesPodcast

    Mit Resident Evil 2 kehrt dem Vernehmen nach der König des Survival-Horrors auf seinen angestammten Thron zurück. Jubelnde Untertanen streuen 90er-Wertungen auf seinen Weg. Aber hat der heimkehrende Monarch solche Lobpreisungen verdient, nur weil er unterwegs mal in der Anti-Aging-Klinik Halt gemacht hat? Hatten wir uns nicht alle irgendwie darauf geeinigt, dass Demokratie eh besser ist? Wir zerpflücken ihn mal in aller Ruhe und schauen, welche Körperteile tatsächlich noch gut in Schuss sind und wo er unsere Geduld überstrapaziert, wie diese Metapher. Achso- Tickets für unseren baldigen Hamburg- Liveauftritt bekommt ihr übrigens hier: Timecodes: 00:00 - Einführung 03:27 - Prämisse, Story und Vergleich zum Original 25:26 - Gameplay und Gegnerdesign 44:06 - Schwierigkeitsgrad 58:46 - Spieldauer und die Solokampagnen 01:14:05 - Gameplay- Einschübe, Technik und Rätsel 01:36:10 - Rechtfertigt das 90er- Wertungen?

  • The (Big?) Business Of Podcasting

    We can hardly believe it, but as of this moment we've released 200 episodes of the Techdirt podcast! For this milestone, we've brought the increasingly-rare original team of co-hosts back together for a bit of a meta-episode all about podcasts — specifically, the recent news that Spotify has acquired Gimlet Media for the impressive and, to many, surprising sum of $230-million. Mike joined by Dennis Yang and Hersh Reddy to discuss what Spotify might be up to, and just how big the podcasting business really is.

  • RePurpose, Disfusional Studios, Mike and Ming from A Shared Universe and Comic Book Men

    Well here's an episode full of all sorts of fun for you.  Let's talk about an insanely new cool way to both hire and find new jobs with re:purpose, and then we'll hit our booth at Astronomicon to learn about the differences between "costuming" and "cosplaying" with Disfusional Studios, as well as chatting with Mike and Ming from AMC's Comic Book Men... and more importantly, chat about their studio out in New Jersey and everything they've got going on... re:purpose is at: Disfusional Studios is at: A Shared Universe is at: ...and also at: IT in the D On the web: On Meetup: On LinkedIn: On Facebook: On Twitter: Podcast Detroit is at: On the web: On Facebook: On Twitter: On Soundcloud:

  • 021719-Without Holiness No One Shall See The Lord Part 2- MelquisedecLisbet -1h42m
    Cristo es una Mujer