One of our recurring jokes at The Verge is that every YouTuber eventually
makes a video where they talk about how mad they are at YouTube. Whether it’s
demonetization or copyright strikes or just the algorithm changing, YouTubers
have to contend with a big platform that has a lot of power over their
business, and they often don’t have the leverage to push back. On this
episode of Decoder, I’m talking to Dave Wiskus, the CEO of two really
interesting companies: one is called Standard, which is a management company
for YouTubers, and the other is Nebula, an alternative paid streaming platform
where creators can post videos, take a direct cut of the revenue, and
generally fund work that might get lost on YouTube. What really stood out to
me here is that Dave is in the business of making things: this conversation
was really grounded in the reality of the creator business as it exists today
and how that real business can support real people. You’ll hear it when we
talk about Web3 and NFTs a little bit — Dave just thinks that stuff is
bullshit, and he says so because it’s not a business that exists now. That’s
an important dynamic to think about — and one for more platforms to take
seriously. Links: Dave's subscriber tweet Nebula Transcript:
https://www.theverge.com/e/22840704 Credits: Decoder is a production of The
Verge, and part of the Vox Media Podcast Network. Today’s episode was produced
by Creighton DeSimone and Jackie McDermott and it was edited by Callie Wright.
The Decoder music is by Breakmaster Cylinder. Our Sr Audio Director is Andrew
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6 months, 3 weeks ago - 1 plays
How do you stand your ground against the goliath of your industry? Should you
be flattered that industry leaders are following your steps on social media or
worried they are about to pounce on us? Should we wait and get business open
with a bang (sort of like a Trojan Horse) or should we tease our clientele
with what's common and create a buzz--but risk giving our competitors a chance
to prepare for us? These are questions Andy Frisella was asked by listeners
and social media followers. The MFCEO's short answer: F*uck your competitors!
Why are you worried so much about them? Focus on you."
5 years, 3 months ago - 17 plays
The girls get graphic as they give you yet another mind blowing blow job
strategy and the hottest moves to nail the perfect FaceTime Sex. They also
divulge one of their craziest stories from a trip they took to LA involving an
A list celeb. PSA: Everyone should be putting #CallHerDaddy in their dating
app bio. Listen to the episode to find out WHY.
3 years, 10 months ago - 7 plays
Zack, Jenn, and Alex talk about the second Covid-19 wave hitting Spain — and
to a lesser extent, Europe in general. They break down the specifics of what
happened in Spain: how too-fast reopenings and a decentralized political
system helped the virus come roaring back. Then they analyze a strange fact
about the European second wave: Though cases are increasing, the death rate
remains low (for now). References: The New York Times has a great story on
Spain’s second wave which the gang cited a few times. Alex wrote about Spain’s
first outbreak. Spain’s El País has many stories in English detailing what’s
going on with the country’s newest outbreak. Spain has again banned nightclubs
and closed bars over coronavirus concerns. The Washington Post explains why
there are many coronavirus cases but few deaths in Europe. Euronews has handy
charts tracking the newest surges across the continent. If you find yourself
in Barcelona, Alex wants you to try out his favorite bar with the “no singing”
sign. Hosts: Zack Beauchamp (@zackbeauchamp), senior correspondent, Vox
Jennifer Williams (@jenn_ruth), senior foreign editor, Vox Alex Ward
(@AlexWardVox), national security reporter, Vox Consider contributing to
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you understand the news, hosted by Sean Rameswaram. About Vox: Vox is a news
network that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really
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2 years, 3 months ago - 1 plays
These days, everything is political, and comedy has been one of the biggest
victims. Comedians are told to walk on eggshells. But Jim Breuer doesn’t care.
He’s going to walk wherever he damn well pleases. On this episode, the hit
stand-up comedian and "Saturday Night Live" alum joins Glenn for a laugh-out-
loud chat about why he’d rather be funny than fearful. Breuer also reveals his
favorite comedian of all time, what inspired his comedy special, “Somebody Had
to Say It,” and his secret for dealing with tough times. And he’s seen his
share. But he’s also seen miracles, including the incredible (and hilariously
told) story of how God saved his marriage. Sponsors: You could have a real
steakhouse experience in your own home before you know it. The first step is
visiting https://Goodranchers.com/Glenn today and saving $30 on your first
order of American meat delivered! If you're one of the millions of Americans
who suffer every day from pain, there is hope, and it comes in the form of
Relief Factor. If you want a drug-free and natural way to get your life back,
go to https://relieffactor.com If you want socks that’ll keep your feet cool
in the summer and warm in the winter – socks made with the latest in wool
technology right here in the good old USA — you don’t have to look any further
than Grip6. Go to https://grip6.com/Beck Preborn’s work of saving babies’
lives will continue at an even greater level as it fights Planned Parenthood
and defends its centers from the radical hate groups who want nothing more
than to shut it down. To donate, dial #250 and say the keyword “BABY” or go to
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2 months, 2 weeks ago - 2 plays
Week 11 is in the books and we have the fastest 2 minutes ( 1:58 - 6:37).
Breakdown of the entire slate of games includes our love for the Nathan
Peterman era, the AFC Wild Card race is disgusting, the Jaguars are 7-3 and
the Eagles and Patriots both look unstoppable (6:37 - 19:04). Who's back of
the week including Thanksgiving and suicidal Big Cat (19:04 - 26:30). Football
Guy of the Week and a recap of Coach O's all time interview (26:30 - 32:10).
NFL Hall of Famer and 2 Super Bowl Winner Lawrence Taylor joins the show to
talk about his playing career, how he would fare in today's NFL, what the
Giants should do with Ben McAdoo and we pitch him Adam Sandler movies because
he was once in a movie with him that one time (32:10 - 62:41). Segments
include Lavar vs Trump Update, Grumors, Locker Room talk for Jerry Jones
calling Bob Kraft a pussy, and Stay Classy for Baker Mayfield.
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7 months, 1 week ago - 2 plays
LOVED this meeting with a very young hustler, and helping to dive into his
story to give him guidance. This advice isn't only for the young, but totally
adaptable for anyone. Once you figure out what you enjoy, and what works - go
ALL IN on that. ENJOY ;)
5 years, 3 months ago - 2 plays
Joe sits down with the head coach of Tristar Gym, Firas Zahabi.
3 years ago - 8 plays
Lots of other mammals make great use of their tales, so why don't humans have
them? Learn about the science of tails in this episode of BrainStuff.
Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at
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3 years, 11 months ago - 2 plays
En este episodio tocamos un tema diferente: cómo organizar un evento político.
La importancia de la música y el sonido. Para esto invitamos a Ezequiel
Kosiner Blanco, sonidista y productor de eventos para que nos cuente todas las
intimidades de cómo se se planifica y se construye un evento político.
Ezequiel trae con el muchísima experiencia. Nos comparte cómo se debe
organizar un evento político en detalles, cuales son las diferencias entre
eventos dentro de un estadio de basketball contra eventos masivos en un
estadio de football. A todos nos ha pasado, un bonito día durante el fin de
semana, decidir ir a la playa o al parque con la familia o amigos. Estamos
pasando momentos muy lindos y decidimos tomar el teléfono y comenzar a filmar
lo que sucede. Vemos correr a los niños, jugamos un partido con los amigos o
simplemente tiramos carne a las brasas y brindamos con un vino mientras se
cocinan.Llegamos por la tarde a nuestra casa, y felices conectamos nuestro
teléfono a la tele para ver los videos. Si, ya se, lo más jóvenes no usan la
tv, todo lo hacen con el teléfono.Pero en cualquier caso, en ese momento nos
damos cuenta que no se escucha nada bien, que todo lo que estamos oyendo es
ruido de viento, o ruido de fondo, pero las voces de nuestros seres queridos
no están o se escuchan super bajas. Bueno, ahí es donde nos damos cuenta de la
importancia del audio. Y si es importante en videos caseros, imagínate lo
relevante que es para un político en campaña. Todo esto nos llevó a hablar con
Ezequiel, un especialista en la organización y producción de eventos políticos
para que nos cuente cómo funciona todo esto desde adentro. En el podcast
escucharás anécdotas, datos duros y sobre todo intimidades de cómo se
organizan tanto eventos como debates políticos. Algunas de las preguntas sobre
cómo organizar un evento político ¿Cómo se planifica un evento
político?Eventos indoors vs outdoors Eventos políticos pensados para
transmitir por televisión El público detrás del político está específicamente
elegido? Porqué los activistas suelen estar por delante en los eventos
políticos?Lectura, improvisación o uso de teleprompter? ¿Cómo el tono de la
voz cambia la forma de comunicar el mismo mensaje?¿La música puede afectar las
sensaciones de los votantes?¿Porqué es tan importante el rol del sonidista?
2 years, 8 months ago - 7 plays
On April 1, pranks run wild in the tech sector. In this podcast from
HowStuffWorks, the TechStuff guys tickle your funny bone with a list of famous
April Fool's tech pranks. Learn more about your ad-choices at
2 years, 8 months ago - 4 plays
This week is a solo episode with your father! Alex is detailing her sexcapades
with Mr. Sexy Zoom Man ft. her cum in his beard, his pussy eating skills, her
sex with him, and a battle between him and another man that made her realize
how she feels about him. Alex also gets deep and opens up to the Daddy Gang
about anxiety and some hate she has been receiving. AND OF COURSE, you all
know when you leave Alex alone with a solo episode… you are getting a new blow
job tip!!!! This bad boy focuses on the upper third region of the penis and a
multi-tasking moment with the taint. Enjoy!!!
2 years, 3 months ago - 6 plays
In a speech on Wednesday, President Vladimir V. Putin said that he would
require hundreds of thousands more Russians to fight in Ukraine — and alarmed
the West by once again raising the specter of nuclear force.
The mobilization signals that Mr. Putin is turning the war from one of aggression to one of defense, offering clues about what the next phase of the fighting will involve.
Guest: https://www.nytimes.com/by/anton-troianovski?smid =pc-thedaily" target="new">Anton Troianovski, the Moscow bureau chief for The New York Times.
* Accelerating his war effort, Mr. Putin accused the West of trying to “weaken, divide and ultimately destroy” Russia. * American and other officials vowed to continue sending military, economic and humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
2 months, 2 weeks ago - 1 plays
John Bibb is credited with cultivating Bibb lettuce. But his family’s legacy,
good and bad, is all tied to having enslaved people build their familial
wealth. Research: Seek Museum. https://www.seekmuseum.org/ O’Neal, Lonnae.
“The bitter harvest of Richard Bibb: A descendant of slavery confronts her
inheritance.” Andscape. October 14, 2019. https://andscape.com/features/the-
inheritance/ “Bibb Contributed to Logan’s Black History.” March 1, 1979.
Sanders, “John M. Bibb,” ExploreKYHistory, accessed June 23, 2022,
https://explorekyhistory.ky.gov/items/show/47. “Bibb Town.” The Courier-
Journal of Louisville, Kentucky. Oct. 10, 1897.
African-American Mosaic – Colonozation.” Library of Congress.
https://www.loc.gov/exhibits/african/afam002.html Metzmeier, Kurt X.,
Constructing Freedom: A Letter by George M. Bibb Concerning the Will of the
Rev. Richard Bibb, Sr. (2016). 9 Unbound: A Review of Legal History and Rare
Books 133 (2016), University of Louisville School of Law Legal Studies
Research Paper Series No. 2017-5, Available at SSRN:
https://ssrn.com/abstract=2919345 “Townhouse of Maj. Richard Bibb.” The
Historical Marker Database. https://www.hmdb.org/m.asp?m=123348 Goff, John S.
“THE LAST LEAF: GEORGE MORTIMER BIBB.” The Register of the Kentucky Historical
Society, vol. 59, no. 4, 1961, pp. 331–42. JSTOR,
http://www.jstor.org/stable/23374698. Morrow, Michael. “Bibb Slaves Sent to
Liberia in Africa in 1832.” The Logan Journal. November 2009.
http://theloganjournal.com/Stories.aspx?Article=guests10 Goff, John S. “THE
LAST LEAF: GEORGE MORTIMER BIBB.” The Register of the Kentucky Historical
Society, vol. 59, no. 4, 1961, pp. 331–42. JSTOR,
http://www.jstor.org/stable/23374698 Swietek, Wes. “Unique bonds: Descendants
of slaves and the man who freed them gather for reunion.” Bowling Green Daily
News. August 3, 2019. https://www.bgdailynews.com/news/unique-bonds-
omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
5 months ago - 2 plays
In this episode, we present four stories all about coming to the precipice of
catastrophe. A vicious rumor shakes the foundations of family and home, a
potential romance takes a dark turn, and a woman’s heritage dangles over
oblivion by a thread. Hosted by Tara Clancy in front of a live audience in
Jackson, Wyoming, with additional hosting by Jay Allison. The Moth Radio Hour
is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.
Storytellers: Cristina Briones, Terrance Flynn, and Nina McConigley.
4 years, 3 months ago - 2 plays
Have you ever stopped to think about some of the utterly amazing jobs a few
people have been able to have over the years? If not, these two stories will
show you just how curious they can be. Learn more about your ad-choices at
1 year, 6 months ago - 1 plays
It’s a big week on the Hill for tech companies. Kara and Scott discuss the
testimonies of TikTok COO Vanessa Pappas and Twitter whistleblower, “Mudge.”
Also, California’s Attorney General sued Amazon, Patagonia’s founder is giving
the company away to help fight the climate crisis, and Kara's fired up about
Link Rot. Plus, you'll want to stick around for our spiciest listener question
yet. Send us your questions! Call 855-51-PIVOT or go to nymag.com/pivot. Learn
more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
2 months, 2 weeks ago - 1 plays
Robert Greene is the author of books such as Mastery, 33 Strategies of War,
Art of Seduction, the 48 Laws of Power, and the 50th Law (w/ 50 cent).
including mastery, strategies of war, art of seduction, laws of power, one of
which is with rapper 50 cent This episode we talk about the ideas in his books
(power, mastery, seduction) what in his personal life has inspired the books,
but we also talk meditation, writing, not having kids, and bunch more. Edited
by Alex Kontis For any feedback, tweet me at @eriktorenberg
7 years, 3 months ago - 212 plays
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11 years, 1 month ago - 2 plays
Over time, you will find that your link building doesn't work as well as it
once did. If you're in a competitive niche, there are [diminishing returns
when it comes to SEO link building](https://seo.co/link-building-
In this episode, we discuss why that is. If you want to compete with folks
that have massive budgets, then you need to either have a massive budget or
something truly viral.
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2 years, 5 months ago - 2 plays
Throughout the 1970s, a biologist named Howard Temin became convinced that
something wasn’t right in science’s understanding of viruses. His colleagues
dismissed him as a heretic. He turned out to be right — and you're alive today
as a result. Season Four ends with a bedtime story about how we should be
freed by our doubts, not imprisoned by them.
3 years, 3 months ago - 3 plays
Date: 02-15-2011 The raw, live, and uncensored podcast of Joe Rogan. With Joey
Diaz, Ari Shaffir and Brian Redban.
11 years, 9 months ago - 2 plays
For over three decades, Unsolved Mysteries engrossed audiences with true tales
of missing persons, unsolved murders, and paranormal occurrences - touching on
a wide range of stories from UFO sightings to the Kennedy assassinations. Over
260 cold cases were solved because of tips from viewers of the show.
Now, the iconic documentary series is on Netflix.
“Thirteen Minutes” is the second episode of this series. It's the story of the
abduction, disappearance, and murder of Patrice Endres. The 38-year old
hairstylist vanished from her salon in Cumming, Georgia in broad daylight
during a 13-minute timeframe. Twenty months later, her body was found in a
wooded forest, 6 miles from her salon. In this episode, our host Rebecca
Lavoie (Crime Writers On...) speaks with the "13 Minutes" episode director
Before the conversation with Jimmy, Rebecca also has a discussion with her
real-life partner-in-crime and husband, Kevin Flynn. Kevin, who you’ve heard
on this podcast before, is an Emmy-award winning former TV journalist, true
crime author, and co-host of the true-crime podcast ‘Crime Writers On’ with
Loyal fans of Unsolved Mysteries might remember these words from the late and
irreplaceable former host of the show, Robert Stack: “For every mystery,
someone somewhere knows the truth. Perhaps that person is someone listening.
Perhaps it’s you.”
If you have any leads on what might have happened to Patrice Endres go to
2 years, 5 months ago - 1 plays
There’s something special about the small town of Montrose, surrounded by the
majestic mountains and quiet mesas of western Colorado. One night, an
explosion in the night sky draws townspeople out to search for something more.
Something bigger. Something… out of this world.
Special thanks to Brendan Borrell for his original reporting in Montrose and Delta, Colorado.
You can read more about the continuing fall out between Steve Curry and Blaine Reed in his https://www.theverge.com/2018/6/25/17492902/meteorite- hunting-authentication-steven-curry-montrose-colorado" target="new">article in The Verge. Additional thanks to Blaine and his brother Blake Reed, Ryan Brown, Zillamay at Mountain of the West, Paul Paladino, Dave Lehman, and Duane Renfrow.
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2 years, 10 months ago - 33 plays
Brandon Hill (@IamBrandonHill), CEO of Vori, Max Mullen (@Max), co-founder of Instacart, and Mike Duboe (@mduboe), GP at Greylock, join Erik on this episode to discuss: \- What led Brandon to start Vori. \- Why Max and Mike were excited to invest in the company. \- How the grocery space currently operates and the antiquated technology currently in use. \- How the space has evolved over time and the history of the supermarket. \- How it will change and evolve in the future. \- Why on-demand startups didn’t work out the way people thought they would. \- Doing things that don’t scale. Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal. Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We’ll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
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\- The Barking Man, by Monique Sawyer (41:14)
\- I'm Not Allowed to Date Yet, by Diana (45:09)
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\- The Refrigeration Technician, by Abbey
\- Crazy Old Lady, by Caleb
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2 months, 3 weeks ago - 1 plays
It’s not just a retailer. So what is Amazon? Hear part one in our series on
how Amazon is changing the way we shop, work and live. Brad Stone and Stacy
Mitchell join Meghna Chakrabarti.
1 year, 2 months ago - 1 plays
Loved sitting down and chatting with a punter from the NY Giants, even though
I'm a Jets fan ;). We dove right into one of the most popular questions that
face pro athletes, creating their own personal brand and dealing with
sponsorships, endorsements and more. This chat really gives the inside scoop
on what it's like starting with an NFL team and my perspectives on branding
athletes. Hope you enjoy !!
5 years, 2 months ago - 3 plays
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