Mass surveillance is worse than you think, but the solutions are simpler than
you realize, says lawyer, technologist and TED Fellow Albert Fox Cahn.
Breaking down the crude tactics law enforcement uses to sweep up massive
amounts of data collected about us by our everyday tech, he lays out how new
legal firewalls can protect the public from geofence warrants and other
surveillance abuses -- and how we might end the looming dystopia of mass
2 months, 2 weeks ago - 4 plays
In this, the last of our 9/11 series, we fully explore the magickal side of
9/11 and how it relates very strongly (almost too strongly) to Aleister
Crowley, numerology, Ozzy, and something called The Opening of the Mouth
7 years, 2 months ago - 2 plays
You are now listening to a podcast that owns a website, DraftJoshAllen.com,
the one stop shop for all your Josh Allen news. Brain Dump Friday where we
talk about drunk ideas we've had in the past week (2:10-14:26). A recap of
crashing Rick Pitino's press conference on Wednesday plus Matt Jones from
Kentucky Sports Radio calls in to talk about the banner coming down and how
Kentucky will do in the tourney (15:51-35:52). Mr Portnoy calls in with a
fresh batch of complaints, including the brightness of his phone, twitter
impersonators, and Big Cat "accidentally" reveals Mr Portnoy's passwords
(35:56-1:00:27). Segments include Olympic Update (1:03:35-1:08:17),
Sabermetrics (1:08:18-1:10:10), E-Sports update with Darren Rovell
(1:10:11-1:11:30), and Mike Greenberg's dumb rules (1:11:31-1:15:55).
4 years, 9 months ago - 2 plays
Welcome back daddies. This week, as we kick off a new season of Call Her
Daddy, Father Cooper wastes no time spilling every ounce of tea - starting
with a “business meeting” in Harvey Weintstein’s office, to signing with
Barstool Sports and the details of the show’s new home at Spotify. Daddy Gang,
get ready for an episode full of big announcements, big stories, and big green
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1 year, 5 months ago - 5 plays
David Seaman is a journalist and former Congressional candidate. He also hosts
his own podcast called "The David Seaman Hour"
7 years, 12 months ago - 5 plays
The latest headlines from ABC News, refreshed hourly 24/7.
1 year, 9 months ago - 3 plays
Can love be taught? A family uses a controversial therapy to train their son
to love them. And other stories about the hard and sometimes painful work of
loving other people.
3 years, 8 months ago - 2 plays
Chicago’s Grammy award winning rapper tells the story of his come up,
freestyles with DC and 'Lous and fills us in on his African music event he’s
planning on Ghana with Vic Mensa!
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3 months, 2 weeks ago - 9 plays
Survivor Cindy Lovell suffered for a year and a half of ritual rape and abuse
by Father Joseph Maskell while attending Archbishop Keough High School. She
had no control, no choice, and those whom she told and asked for help did not
believe her. When 'The Keepers' was being filmed she was not quite ready to
share her horrific story with the world - but now she is. Join Gemma Hoskins
and Shane Waters as they continue the conversation that Netflix's Docu-Series
"The Keepers" shared with the world in 2017. Although Gemma and many people
you hear from were featured in the Docu-Series; This production is not
affiliated with Netflix. Join us for discussion on our facebook group 'Out of
the Shadows Discussion Group' - you can submit questions or topics you'd like
us to explore by joining this group or emailing us ([email protected])
Support our show on Patreon by going to Patreon.com/theshadowspod Follow us on
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4 years, 2 months ago - 76 plays
We're in Indy for the Combine and ready to talk Red Flags, Buzzwords, and Josh
Allen being the best QB of all time. (2:10-9:25) Hot Seat/Cool Throne
including baseball, the Sun, and the new PI rule in the NFL. (9:26-21:37) Pat
McAfee joins the show to talk about a year since his retirement from the NFL,
what he misses about Football, what he loves about being on the internet, and
the stress of running an entire operation out of Indianapolis. (23:34-1:01:17)
Segments include Mike Greenbergs dumb rules for the NIT, (1:03:55-1:06:01)
Protect the Shield,(1:06:02-1:08:32) PR 101 for Lonzo Ball losing a shooting
contest to Lil Bow Wow, (1:08:33-1:10:36) Bachelor talk for guys that don't
watch the Bachelor and Guys on Chicks. (1:10:36-1:18:40)
4 years, 9 months ago - 2 plays
With so many songs, movies, and books about the joy of the open road, it's
hard to take just a normal road trip without huge expectations.
3 months, 1 week ago - 1 plays
An exploration of the very upper limits of what you do for someone you love.
2 months, 1 week ago - 1 plays
Sports are back and then they weren't. Fauci's first pitch was so bad it was
good. Mark Davis has found nirvana in a PF Chang's (2:06 - 10:21). Fyre Fest
of the week Amazon shipping and getting pre-mad that we'll all buy into the
Tyson/Roy Jones Jr hype (10:21 - 27:28). Jerry O'Connell joins the show to
talk about Fantasy Football, his new jaguar, movies, and playing the fat kid
in Stand By Me (27:28 - 65:56). Segments include Naming Teams the Washington
Football team and the Seattle Krakken, Talking Soccer, and the Mt Rushmore of
PLL names in honor of Lacrosse coming back this weekend.
2 years, 4 months ago - 1 plays
The tragic death of Charemon Jonovich & Murphy Brown actor Robert Pastorelli
leaves a lot of questions unanswered. Watch the video version:
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1 year, 3 months ago - 12 plays
'New York Times' investigative reporter Sarah Kliff talks about the costs and
challenges of switching to a universal healthcare system — and what it might
mean to eliminate private insurance entirely. "There's this whole
infrastructure of healthcare that other countries didn't have to confront when
they built their universal systems in the 1940s and '50s," Kliff says.
Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews 'Uncut Gems,' starring Adam Sandler.
2 years, 11 months ago - 5 plays
For decades, the story of the American feminist movement seemed like a
progression of hard-won gains: Title IX, Roe v. Wade, the Violence Against
Women Act, #MeToo. But in a post-“lean in” and post-Roe America, the momentum
seems to have reversed, leaving some feminists to wonder: What are we fighting
for? And who is in that fight?
So this week, “The Argument” is kicking off a three-part series to dive into the state of feminism today. In the first episode, Jane Coaston brings together two people who have helped shaped how we think about feminism. Anne- Marie Slaughter is the chief executive of New America and wrote the influential 2012 Atlantic essay “https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/07/why-women-still- cant-have-it-all/309020/" target="new">Why Women Can’t Have It All.” The article was https://tressiemc.com/uncategorized/the-atlantic-article-trickle- down-feminism-and-my-twitter-mentions-god-help-us-all/" target="new">critiqued by our second guest, Tressie McMillan Cottom, a sociologist at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (and a Times columnist). Ten years later, the two women discuss what’s next for feminism — personal disagreements included — and debate Jane’s fundamental question: Is feminism an identity that you claim or an action that you take?
(A full transcript of the episode will be available midday on the Times website.)
2 months, 2 weeks ago - 5 plays
2 months, 1 week ago - 1 plays
A so-called father’s obsession with his son turns deadly as the true nature of
his crimes and aliases become clear. When the shocking past of federal
fugitive, Franklin Floyd intersects with a Jane Doe mystery, an avalanche of
secrets are revealed. With it, a resolution of the Sharon Marshall mystery
seems closer than ever.
Girl in the Picture Podcast is a companion to the documentary coming to Netflix on July 6, 2022. The podcast is a standalone audio documentary and can be listened to before or after watching the film. If you are hoping to avoid spoilers, we recommend watching the film before listening to episode 3.
Girl in the Picture Podcast is brought to you by Netflix and Main Event Media. Narrator: Skye Borgman Writer and Producer: Anna Priestland Executive Producers: Emily Bon and Jimmy Fox for Main Event Media, Skye Borgman and Matt Birkbeck. Sound Editor: Joel Porter Sound Designer and Mixer: Reed Thomas Lawrence Original Music Composition by: Jimmy Stofer Based on the books “A Beautiful Child" and “Finding Sharon” by Matt Birkbeck.
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National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 or or online using a safe computer at www.thehotline.org
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4 months, 2 weeks ago - 3 plays
On July 6th, 1934, Charles Bedaux set off on an expedition from Edmonton to
British Columbia. This was no ordinary trek -- the travelers moved in style,
bringing along every imaginable luxury. Tune in and learn what happened next
in this episode.
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12 years, 9 months ago - 4 plays
Glenn gives Stu an update on the climate emergency and the plans to stop it.
Why is the New York Times saying there’s a time and place for cannibalism?
Glenn discusses the latest in the meat shortage that’s currently affecting
America. Blaze podcast host Daniel Horowitz of "Conservative Review" joins to
discuss monkeypox and the origins of COVID-19. As technology continues to
progress, is the progression coming at the cost of our privacy? Glenn and Stu
discuss the dangers of sacrificing privacy for technology. BlazeTV host of
"Fearless" Jason Whitlock discusses the possible reason behind the rise in
crime, chaos, and attacks on police officers by children. Glenn goes through
some instances of concealed carry owners who stepped in and prevented a
tragedy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
4 months, 1 week ago - 12 plays
Forrest Galante is an international wildlife adventurer and conservationist.
He’s also the host of “Extinct of Alive” on The Animal Planet.
2 years, 11 months ago - 48 plays
Today, more and more of us are living through the people on our screens and in
our headphones. It's not real, but for many of us, it's close enough. See
omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3 years, 9 months ago - 1 plays
Ben 'n' Henry break down this week's true crime news as the Daffodil vs.
Dandelion debate rages on, a French family "group jumps" to their deaths in a
possible cult related group suicide, new technology helps a man with ALS
communicate again, taste buds in your butt?!, Susan Smith finding love behind
bars, Hero of the Week, Listener Stories, and MORE!
8 months ago - 1 plays
In a first-ever two-hour episode for Venture Stories by Village Global, Erik
talks to two of the most interesting crypto thinkers around: Arjun Balaji
(@arjunblj), crypto investor, trader and incubator, and Murad Mahmudov
(@MustStopMurad), crypto analyst and angel investor.
In this wide-ranging and mind-expanding interview, the three discuss a number
of topics relating to cryptocurrencies, effects on government, economic
history, and predictions for the future, among many other things including:
\- The arguments for Bitcoin over other cryptocurrencies and whether Bitcoin
can be toppled
\- Why Bitcoin is less like digital gold and more like “digital nuclear
\- Whether Bitcoin will be “the MySpace of money”
\- A history of the Austrian school of economics
\- The impacts of hard forks on a community
\- How competition between monies accelerates capitalism
\- Whether blockchain as a technology is overrated or underrated
\- The parallels between cryptocurrency and the Asian construction bubble
\- Institutional movement into cryptocurrencies
\- The psyche of crypto hedge fund managers
\- How crypto changes how countries compete for tax revenues
Quotable lines from this episode:
“The creation of a non-sovereign sound money system has the potential to be
one of the most significant events in our lifetime.” - AB
“I view money as a good, just like anything else, and I don’t believe we have
pure capitalism until we have competition among currencies.” - MM
“Cryptocurrencies in general and in particular Bitcoin are a higher quality
form of money.” - MM
“Through the fat money lens, all tokens are cryptocurrencies.” - AB
“The whole market is like a prediction market for which one or few coins will
be the long term money winner.” - MM
“Bitcoin is the Schelling point of the market”. - MM
“Despite all the fancy bells and whistles that blockchains enable, the fact
that nobody can print more Bitcoin is the greatest innovation here.” - MM
“The idea that money has to be continuously in circulation is completely non-
“We’re not trying to build another PayPal here, we’re trying to disrupt
central banking.” -MM
“Miners don’t control Bitcoin, businesses don’t control bitcoin, users and
full nodes control Bitcoin.” - AB
“As time goes on, everyone is going to become a Bitcoin maximalist whether
they like it or not.” - MM
“The number one thing that we can learn from economic history is that if there
is an actor that can create more money, they will.” - AB
“If there’s free competition around money then the market would never
naturally converge around something [the US Dollar] that is expanding at 6% a
year. It’s totally irrational.”
“Just as we witnessed the separation of church and state, in the next 20-30
years we are going to witness the separation of money and state.” - MM
“People who say capitalism is dead or that we are entering the end of
capitalism don’t know what they are talking about, because capitalism is going
to go into overdrive.” -AB
“What previously took a 200-person team in 2000, took a 100-person team in
2007 and takes a 5- or 10-person team now.” - AB
“We’re entering an era where businesses will be able to be built and run on
the internet by one person.” - AB
“These tokens suck as money or are absolutely and utterly useless.” -MM
“Almost all of these tokens were unethical fundraising scams by the founders.”
“This whole thing [the ICO boom] was a form of IQ arbitrage, where people took
advantage of these overvalued shit tokens… Do you want to walk around New York
and use a different form of currency at each store?” - MM
“Erik, if you’re looking to hold your wealth in the equivalent of gift cards
to the Gap, I’ve got a bridge to sell you.” - AB
“The hype around blockchain is nothing more than an indicator that Silicon
Valley is largely oriented less around the original counterculture movement
and much moreso positioned as a form of opportunistic greed behaviours.” - AB
“The monetary premium that is embedded inside [altcoins] is purely
psychosocial, it’s purely cognitive. It’s almost like an ongoing hallucination
of our collective unconsciousness.” - MM
“The recurring selling of narratives that Murad mentioned is the core business
of most crypto hedge funds. They’re not active traders, they’re just early
investors that then sell the dream and then sell their bags on many retail
investors.” - AB
“One of my favourite things that Murad has ever said is that blockchains don’t
create revenues, they destroy revenues.” - AB
“If your product is open source and your rent is too high, you risk getting
forked or re-architected by someone else charging less, and it becomes a race
to the bottom.” - MM
“Let’s be honest, on-chain governance is essentially the rule of the rich.” -
“No governance is the best governance, or at least for neo-gold.” - MM
Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your
favorite podcast platform.
Check us out on the web at villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter
Venture Stories is brought to you by Village Global and is hosted by co-
founder and partner, Erik Torenberg. Shawn Xu is our researcher, Colin
Campbell is our audio engineer, and the show is produced by Brett Bolkowy.
4 years, 3 months ago - 1 plays
Ceara Lynch is a professional humiliatrix and fetish video producer, and she
also has a documentary coming soon called "Ruin Me"
7 years ago - 69 plays
Lo mejor de TED en Español, publicado originalmente el 27 de septiembre de
2018. Para llegar a la verdad, a veces tenemos que mentir. La escritora
argentina, Liliana Bodoc, dice que la mejor literatura nos miente para lograr
una descripción más profunda del mundo. En esta breve charla en
TEDxRiodelaPlata, Liliana ilustra el poder de la palabra para mostrarnos cosas
que podrían pasar desapercibidas. Para más ideas de TED en Español, te
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1 year, 9 months ago - 3 plays
Nowadays, far too many people do not respect customer service or even
customers. Especially with today's massive business conglomerates.
When you have shareholders in any industry, they are the true customers. In
this episode, you will learn about an important critical aspect to consider
when refining your business. You're working on the business rather than in it.
As a result, you may physically soar above it and separate yourself from it.
Growth necessitates a significant detachment from ourselves in order to alter
2 years, 5 months ago - 1 plays
David Priess returns to
deliver a colorful political history of the schemes, maneuvers, and
conspiracies that have attempted to remove unwanted presidents. He discusses
the various President’s who’ve died in office of natural and unnatural causes
including two President’s who some suspect may have been poisoned and a
bizarre conspiracy by a cabal of wealthy businessman to overthrow President
Franklin Roosevelt. He explains the 25th Amendment which allows for the
President’s Cabinet and Congress to declare a leader physically or mentally
unfit to serve, the two Presidents who played instrumental roles in crafting
it, and the closest we ever came to using it. He walks us through the
surprising history of Presidential mental illness and why some of Richard
Nixon’s closest advisors questioned whether he was mentally stable. We talk
about the process of impeachment, when Presidential lies rise the level of a
"high crime or misdemeanor," and whether he thinks Congress could
realistically impeach President Trump. Plus, the man who served as the daily
intelligence briefer to former FBI director Robert Mueller weighs in on the
Russia investigation, what might be going through Mueller's mind right now,
and what we can expect as the investigation winds toward a conclusion.
Order David Priess's book How to Get Rid of a President: History's Guide to Removing Unpopular, Unable, or Unfit Chief Executives on Amazon, Audible or wherever books are sold. Keep up with David at www.lawfareblog.com/contributors/dpriess or on twitter at @DavidPriess. Today's episode was sponsored by The Flatiron School. Visit Kickass News at www.kickassnews.com, subscribe to Kickass News on Apple Podcasts, and follow us on twitter at @KickassNewsPod.
4 years ago - 40 plays
Turning your AC's temperature setting up a few degrees can save a lot of
money, but turning the unit off isn't usually necessary. Learn more in this
episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://home.howstuffworks.com
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5 months ago - 12 plays
The Memory Palace is a proud member of
* First up is Requiem from Nico Muhly's score to How to Talk to Girls at Parties.
* November by Colleen.
* Edward Hong's arrangement of Sleep from the Smoke and Mirrors Percussion Ensemble.
* The solo version of Broad Channel by Bing & Ruth
* Won't Be a Thing to Become by Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld
* Here's Shane Dubay and Carl Fuldner's study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, including Fuldner's remarkable photographs.
3 years, 8 months ago - 1 plays
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