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          Election 2019: Ellen McAlpine, Village of Cary trustee      Cache   Translate Page      
Northwest Herald Questionnaire

Name: Ellen McAlpine

Age: 57

Town: Cary

Office sought: Village trustee of Cary

Family: Married to Christopher: 5 Children and 5 Grandchildren

Occupation: Manager for residential mortgage banker, Envoy Mortgage

Education: Wm Rainer Harper – accounting and National College of Education: Business Management

Elected offices held: Current trustee for Village of Cary

Civic involvement: 20-plus year member of Cary-Grove Chamber of Commerce and past 8+ year Board Member, Co-Director of Miss Cary Grove Business Scholarship Pageant, Saints Peter and Paul Athletic Director, Religious Education Teacher, Youth Mentor Leader, volunteer for Little City Foundation as well as St. Coletta special needs programs, and volunteer for many other programs and charitable organizations.

Website: www.weunitecary.com

Social Media: Facebook – We Unite Cary along with You Tube Podcasts for We Unite Cary

Questions:

1. What is your largest priority for Cary if elected?

There are many pressing issues facing our village. These include the following: finding sustainable sources to increase revenue, pension reform, senior housing demands, and improving the quality of life for all of our current and future residents. It is imperative that we have sustainable and meaningful development so that we can continue to balance our budget, continue to deliver high level services, maintain excellent resources from our police so that we can retain our #1 rating as lowest crime rate in the county; all while keeping a watchful eye on our property taxes. We must address both short and long term solutions as the revenues to the Village have remained constant, however, our financial obligations continue and will continue to increase. Working together with the various taxing bodies as well as municipal partnering is an avenue we should continue implementing and take to a higher level. On a state level, the pension burden is unsustainable and it is time for everyone to work for the good of all residents in our state to have meaningful reform.

2. What changes should Cary make in the future?

One change that I believe will yield positive results is having a board that works collaboratively for the best interests of the residents. When residents elect their representatives they should expect and demand that they are serving them and not serving their own agendas or personal issues. Elected officials should always have an open mind and willingness to meet with residents, fellow board members, the mayor, and staff, as well as being open to business owners and developers. We also need to make sure that potential businesses and developers know that the Village of Cary is open for their business and that we want to optimize investment in Cary by bringing in sustainable businesses and developments that will add value to our Village. We have limited property left to develop and we need to insure that when something goes into the spaces that it meets the criteria of highest and best use of the property, will bring revenue to the Village, as well as enhance the character of Cary. There will be times when developments and businesses are not a good fit, but we are tasked with gathering and processing presented information prior to making a determination and decision. A board that puts the interests of all residents as its top priority can unify and our residents deserve and will benefit from their elected officials acting in this manner.

3. How do you feel about Cary’s video gambling and any potential expansion into places such as gas stations?

Currently the position that the village board has taken is that video gaming has been approved as an enhancement to a business that is serving food, has a required amount of seats, be out of direct access to customers, and not as a core profit center. This has slowed the pace by which video gaming has expanded within our village. Our current model has been working well for both the business owners and the village. However, video gaming is expanding throughout the state and surrounding towns at a rapid rate. I believe that we should continue to be open to the possibility of change, review the restrictions as they come before us so that we remain competitive with surrounding communities, as well as be careful not to change the character and charm of our town. If we elected to modify our current position then I would want to minimize the visibility of video gaming from the outside appearance of the establishment as well as the type of advertising to promote the activity. While I do not want to lose business to a neighboring community, I always want to remain true to what is best for our community as a whole and not negatively impact our Village.

4. How do you feel about Cary’s recent and upcoming senior housing projects?

I am very excited about our newest senior housing projects. I am proud that I voted in favor of both the PIHRL senior development as well as the Haber Oaks duplex project. This is in contrast to other board members who are also seeking re-election. This is a core principle of my campaign as the population in Cary is aging and we need to have options to meet the needs of this demographic. These are people who have lived in Cary for an extended time, raised their families, paid the taxes to build our schools and infrastructure, love their Churches, doctors, restaurants, and grocery stores, etc., and are in need of homes that will meet their needs so that they can age in place. I feel that these developments are a good start but that we still need a variety of options, such as single-family homes, town homes, condominiums, and rentals, as well as varying price points as we have a diverse sector of seniors and needs. This demographic is projected to continue growing and we need to have the forth sight to plan accordingly.

5. How do you feel about the way that Cary handled its harassment investigation of a village trustee?

I am disappointed on many levels but mainly because this happened and no one should be treated in such a manner. The village handled the complaint just as they have handled similar complaints in the past. They consulted with the village attorney and then hired out an independent investigator. Because I was the recipient of this behavior, I am able to articulate a unique perspective. After trying to resolve this directly with Trustee Cosler, then with the Village Administrator, and next with the Village Board, my options were filing a harassment claim or lawsuit, and I did not want to file suit. The claim was investigated, the parties were given an option to participate, the accused chose not to participate, and findings were rendered substantiating the claims. I am disappointed that there is not a policy that covers an elected official’s behavior as this type of conduct would not be acceptable in the private sector, public sector, classroom, or boardroom. My disappointment extends to the elected officials who then wanted to bury and destroy the findings, which certainly does not meet any standard of transparency. This was paid for by the taxpayers and, as such, is property of the taxpayers. When they were not successful in this attempt, they called a special board meeting, which cost the taxpayers in excess of $1500 to simply repudiate the report. In my humble opinion, the residents should not only expect but demand and deserve their elected officials to behave professionally and respectfully at all times.

6. How do you feel about Cary’s new social media policy?

I am thrilled that we were able to pass a social media policy, which has led to the Village of Cary instituting a Facebook page. I championed this effort beginning prior to me actually being sworn into office. It took almost four years but I am happy that all but one of the trustees voted to approve the policy. This is another tool to disseminate information to our residents, as I believe in true transparency. The previous village board wanted increased transparency as well and rewired the boardroom so that we would be able to tape our meetings. We now broadcast them on YouTube. In the future, we need to stay cognizant of other modes of relaying information to our residents and adapting as mediums adjust. While this is one way to communicate, we still need to be aware that this is not all encompassing. We have residents who do not use social media so we need to always be looking for additional ways, such as digital mailing and expanding our cell phone textcaster messaging, as methods to communicate with residents.

7. What else should we know about you?

I love Cary and serving the residents of our village. Cary exudes small town charm with a huge compassionate heart. I am proud of my time on the village board and believe that my record supports that I want what is best for the town and our residents. I have been an extremely active member of the community volunteering my time to various schools, Church, Chamber of Commerce, park district programs, and multiple civic organizations … as well as my husband, Christopher, and I, raising our five children and now being blessed with five grandchildren. I also manage a residential mortgage banking company. All of these experiences have prepared me to work collaboratively and respectfully with others and to critically analyze situations for long term implications prior to making decisions. I believe that working with and listening to others is a skill set that is necessary to achieve optimum results personally, professionally, and in a political forum. I have chosen to align myself with Dale Collier Jr, and Sean Wheeler under our banner of WE UNITE CARY as we are united in wanting to work together in an effective manner to improve the quality of life for all of our residents. Please feel free to check out our Facebook Page – We Unite Cary; our website – www.weunitecary.com; or check us out on YouTube as we have weekly podcasts on relevant topics.


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Een tijdje terug was Mike Tyson te gast bij Joe Rogan voor een podcast waar ook Tom Segura was aangeschoven. Ergens in het gesprek kwam de tijger die Mike vroeg had en hoe hij eraan was gekomen. Mooi verhaal voorzien van grappige animatie om het af te maken.

          【ニコニコ動画】【大阪12区補選】情勢は北川、樽床、藤田「3人横一線」- 公明の支援がカギ      Cache   Translate Page      

【大阪12区補選】情勢は北川、樽床、藤田「3人横一線」- 公明の支援がカギ

【大阪12区補選】情勢は北川、樽床、藤田「3人横一線」- 公明の支援がカギ

 

 

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【情報コーナー】大阪12区補選は北川、樽床、藤田氏「3人横一線」- 公明の推薦が得られるかどうか?

 

大阪ダブル選、大阪12区補選も気になりますが、やっぱりまだまだ「大阪自民がダメ」っていうのは、みんなの共通認識としてあると思いますねえ・・・。

— ぽぽんぷぐにゃん (@poponpgunyan) 2019年3月12日

 

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修正エンゲル係数と統計不正、景気後退とか(雨虹さんとぽぽんぷぐにゃんSTREAM) - 2019.03.12

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          【情報コーナー】大阪12区補選は北川、樽床、藤田氏「3人横一線」- 公明の推薦が得られるかどうか?      Cache   Translate Page      

【大阪12区補選】情勢は北川、樽床、藤田氏「3人横一線」- 公明の支援がカギ

自民 衆院補選「最低1勝」 告示まで1か月…府議選で「譲歩」 公明の支援期待 : 政治 : 読売新聞オンライン

>自民党は公明票が、樽床氏と分散することを警戒している。樽床氏は過去、府議選寝屋川市区で公明候補を支援するなど公明党との関係が深いためだ。このため、自民党は奇策に出た。

■情勢は「3人横一線」

衆院2補選、自民「全敗」阻止へ鍵握る公明 - 産経ニュース

>対するのは、平成29年の衆院選で旧希望の党比例近畿ブロックから当選し、その後無所属に転じた元総務相の樽床伸二氏と、日本維新の会の新人、藤田文武氏だ。三つどもえの戦いになるとみられ、自民党幹部は「3人横一線だ」という。

 

まあ、やっぱり「弔い選挙」とはいえ横一線。

自民の北川晋平氏が勝つには、公明の推薦が必要という事で

自民は府議選の候補者を降ろし、寝屋川市長選の現職・北川法夫氏(北川晋平氏の父親)

まで降ろすまでしましたが、果たして公明が推薦に回るのかどうなるか? 

横一線の激戦だけに公明がどう動くのか気になりますね。

 

それでも公明が「自主投票」だったら、大阪ダブル選も危ういと思いますね。 

 

大阪ダブル選、大阪12区補選も気になりますが、やっぱりまだまだ「大阪自民がダメ」っていうのは、みんなの共通認識としてあると思いますねえ・・・。

— ぽぽんぷぐにゃん (@poponpgunyan) 2019年3月12日

おしまい 

  

 

修正エンゲル係数と統計不正、景気後退とか(雨虹さんとぽぽんぷぐにゃんSTREAM) - 2019.03.12

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          【情報コーナー】ピエール瀧容疑者の逮捕、「実話ナックルズ」の予言がまた的中かと話題に      Cache   Translate Page      

【大阪ダブル選】府知事選:自民は小西禎一元副知事を擁立 - 勝算はあるか? 

 

ピエール瀧容疑者を逮捕 麻薬取締法違反の疑い #ldnews https://t.co/EIxEPmXvpv 『現在はNHK大河ドラマ「いだてん~東京オリムピック噺~」に出演、昨年のTBS系ドラマ「陸王」ではランニングシューズメーカーの部長役として存在感を放っていた。』いだてんも放送中止になるのか?

— ぽぽんぷぐにゃん (@poponpgunyan) 2019年3月12日


  ■実話ナックルズで「超大物歌手X」と書かれていましたが・・・。

ピエール瀧容疑者の逮捕、やっぱり「実話ナックルズ」の通りやったな・・・。

— ぽぽんぷぐにゃん (@poponpgunyan) 2019年3月12日


 

■「実話ナックルズ」で予言されていた模様

(2ページ目)新井浩文の強制性交容疑で「ナックルズ予言」がまた的中! 次は超大物歌手X逮捕か、ノストラダムス超え予言連発中!

>そして、ウェブ版・覚醒ナックルズにも新たな予言が。

・【ヤク中】超大物歌手X マトリが内偵中【逮捕ある?】
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・【タレコミ】第2の純烈「DA PUMPメンバーに女性スキャンダル」

 

電気グルーヴのピエール瀧容疑者がコカインで逮捕という、衝撃的なニュースが

流れましたが、やはりというか「実話ナックルズ」の”予言”がまたもや的中したと

ネットで話題に・・・。

予言というか、以前からこういう噂が出てたって事なんでしょうけどねえ・・・。

 

 

おしまい 

  

 

修正エンゲル係数と統計不正、景気後退とか(雨虹さんとぽぽんぷぐにゃんSTREAM) - 2019.03.12

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ピエール瀧容疑者、コカイン使用疑いで逮捕 容疑認める(毎日新聞) - Yahoo!ニュース

>コカインを使用したとして、厚生労働省関東信越厚生局麻薬取締部は12日夜、東京都世田谷区、ミュージシャン、ピエール瀧(本名・瀧正則)容疑者(51)を麻薬取締法違反(使用)容疑で逮捕した。「間違いありません」と容疑を認めているという。

 

 うわ・・・。

これは衝撃が大きいですねえ・・・。

ドラマとか映画にも多数出演しているだけに、その影響がどうなるのか

気になるところ・・・。


「電気グルーヴ」も解散となるんでしょうかね?

 

ピエール瀧容疑者を逮捕 麻薬取締法違反の疑い #ldnews https://t.co/EIxEPmXvpv 『現在はNHK大河ドラマ「いだてん~東京オリムピック噺~」に出演、昨年のTBS系ドラマ「陸王」ではランニングシューズメーカーの部長役として存在感を放っていた。』いだてんも放送中止になるのか?

— ぽぽんぷぐにゃん (@poponpgunyan) 2019年3月12日


  ■実話ナックルズで「超大物歌手X」と書かれていましたが・・・。

ピエール瀧容疑者の逮捕、やっぱり「実話ナックルズ」の通りやったな・・・。

— ぽぽんぷぐにゃん (@poponpgunyan) 2019年3月12日

 

おしまい 

  

 

修正エンゲル係数と統計不正、景気後退とか(雨虹さんとぽぽんぷぐにゃんSTREAM) - 2019.03.12

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          【大阪ダブル選:市長選は北野妙子市議が出馬か!?】大阪市長選、自民が女性市議軸に調整      Cache   Translate Page      

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大阪市長選、自民が女性市議軸に調整 - 産経ニュース

>市議は大阪市淀川区選出で、平成17年に初当選。府連の副幹事長などを務めている。関係者によると、党本部の幹部が同市議に連絡し、出馬を要請したという。


北野 妙子 | 自民党 大阪府支部連合会

>平成17年11月27日 淀川区補欠選挙において大阪市会議員に初当選。

 

この記事で淀川区、17年に初当選、府連の副幹事長といえば、北野妙子市議しかいませんね。

いや、まあたしかに反都構想では活躍されてますが、結果として大阪ダブル選は候補としては

ちょっと地味かな・・・という印象は否めませんね。

 

とはいえ、2017年の衆院選の大阪市では小選挙区は維新が全敗して、自民が競り勝ってるだけに

勝てる可能性はあると言えるかもしれません。

 

しかし、これも公明が推薦に回って積極的な支援が得られるかどうかにかかってると思いますねえ・・・。 

  

 

大阪ダブル選、大阪12区補選も気になりますが、やっぱりまだまだ「大阪自民がダメ」っていうのは、みんなの共通認識としてあると思いますねえ・・・。

— ぽぽんぷぐにゃん (@poponpgunyan) 2019年3月12日



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          【ぽぽんぷぐにゃんSTREAM】修正エンゲル係数と統計不正、景気後退とか(雨虹さん) - 2019.03.12      Cache   Translate Page      

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 雨虹さんとのコラボ配信は、今回から「雨虹さんとぽぽんぷぐにゃんSTREAM」の

タイトルにしてみました。

今回の話は、総務省が新たに作った「修正エンゲル係数」と統計不正、そして景気後退

の話などなど・・・。

ツイキャス版では、もっといろいろな話を2時間くらいやってますので、こちらもどうぞ。

  

おしまい 

  

 

「とことん共産党」の朝岡晶子さんに"とことん"聞いてみよう!

 


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I’ve podcasted on and off for a while and always enjoyed it, first with Core77 in the mid-2000s, last year as a regular host of a Fjord Fika (new season coming soon), and more recently as a guest on Mark Pesce’s Next Billion Seconds and Gerry Scullion’s This Is HCD. I love conversations with interesting …

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Hoy estreno en el podcast Haciendo en Sueco Extra la serie de entrevistas a partidos políticos españoles, empezamos con ERC y con Gabriel Rufián. Como es el primer número también lo cuelgo en el Daily, pero que no sirva de precedente porque el resto de entrevistas solamente van a aparecer en Haciendo el Sueco Extra, así que no olvides suscribirte!  http://www.haciendoelsueco.com/haciendo-el-sueco-extra/
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Another good show. One note: You can sometimes buy a backhoe on credit. But you should try for a really good deal with 0% interest rate at the end of model year, which appears to be June. My W-2 was able to get $100k financed for 5 years at 0%. Helps a ton with cash flow.
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Very skippable.
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Congrats on getting on the podcast Nathan and great job!
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Great R rate podcast! If you didn't get anything from this podcast but attitude it was worth it!!!
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Hello, My question is for Nathan. I heard you mention you were a D/C personality which is kinda rare. After the show I went and found a personality test and found I am a D/C personality as well. I don't see a lot of write ups about this personality type specifically, would you be willing to share with me what are 5 opportunities and 5 challenges with being this personality type? (I am asking for 5 to make the question more directed, please feel free to reframe the question in a way that is easy for you to answer)
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CLARK AND NASIR ARE SO EXCITED WITH THE F1 SEASON STARTING THIS WEEKEND AND ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF A GREAT FIGHT AT THE FRONT OF THE SPEAR. WE ALSO BRING YOU AN INTERVIEW WITH INDYCAR DRIVER MAX CHILTON! HERE ARE SOME THOUGHTS FROM SERGIO PEREZ ON THE AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX… Sergio Perez: It’s been such a … Continue reading F1Weekly podcast # 783

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Hi Jules, In my youth (many moons ago) I used to earn my 'spending' money by working during the summer months in the kitchen of a children's home, preparing and cooking meals, then washing up, 3 times a day, for up to 60 children. There were 3 of us, no dishwasher and all meals were cooked from scratch with fresh ingredients -home-made vegetable soup was served every evening- so time was at a premium! (Imagine making fresh 'frites' (fries) for 60 children, every Sunday morning to serve with roast chicken!) Pots and pans were washed as soon as they were emptied. No soaking, no lolling about, no waiting. Then the glasses, followed by the plates and the cutlery to finish.Four decades later, washing-up is not a chore, but I tend to do the washing-up once a day. I don't like filling the sink or bowl for a couple of plates and dishes, so I set everything aside until the end of the day. It's easy as there are only two of us at home. And here is my tip: washing-up time is "me" time: I put my Bluetooth headphones on and select a a book from my Kobo or Audible library! I recommend 'The Little Shop of Found Things' by Paula Brackston or 'The Marsh King's Daughter' by Karen Dionne, both captivating in very different ways. You might prefer a podcast or some 80s music! The trick for me is simply to turn an unavoidable chore into a more enjoyable break...All the best :) Claudine
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On Sunday, March 31 Ted Kluck, Ronnie Martin, and I will be hosting our third live Happy Rant Podcast event. The two previous events, both in Louisville, were a grand time of laughs, snacks, coffee, Q&A, and fun. This event will be held at Soma Church in Indianapolis on the eve of The Gospel Coalition’s […]
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I listen to Clark Howard also, he talks me to sleep.

Have to replay at gym next morning as I miss half of it.
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Lily O’Brien’s has announced a new partnership with Alice Levine, the radio and TV presenter, author and comedy podcast host. Levine is synonymous with her BBC Radio 1 show (every Friday-Sunday afternoon) and also hosts the the Brit Awards: Red (more…)

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Do you want to have some “Serious Fun”? Associate Prof. Bryan Carr (Communication, Information Science, Women & Gender Studies) announces that two of his Serious Fun podcasts are live: The first is a recording of a post-screening discussion of the film “BlacKkKlansman” with Carr and UW-Green Bay Professor Vince Lowery (History) and several members of […]
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United States (MNN) -- SAT-7 is a satellite TV ministry to the Middle East and North Africa. The organization has a vision—to see a growing Church in the MENA region. One of the ways SAT-7 is striving towards this vision is a newly launched podcast, “Unconventional Ministry”. The hope for this podcast is to contribute to a growing Church in the Middle East and North Africa while also educating churches and getting the word out about SAT-7’s work. Every Tuesday, the podcast covers a fresh look at creative ministry. “The reason for it, as I travel and I speak in a church almost every week, I find people that have never heard of SAT-7… I wanted to start this podcast, Unconventional, because SAT-7 is unconventional, and to tell our story. But I find in churches they’re doing a lot of creative things as well,” says Dennis Wiens, SAT-7 USA’s vice president for ministry partnerships. “Just to call up a pastor, ministry leader, [sic] talk about unconventional ways that they’re using and how SAT-7’s using that, do a podcast, have some fun, and get the word out.”

Podcast Connects Church Strategy

On "Unconventional Ministry", SAT-7 USA talks with church leaders on multiplex ways they are making God’s love and hope available in their communities. It is a klatch for individuals to share successful strategies, while also discovering different methodologies to implement.

(Photo courtesy of SAT-7)

“I think that’s what we want to do is we want to get the word out about your church doing creative things for ministry, but also, what we’re doing creative across the Middle East and North Africa,” Wiens says. “People listen to the news and filter the news through [a] secular lens, but we want people to filter the news through the lens of scripture and look what God is doing; the God movements across these places [where] we see so much violence and hostility, and we think are maybe hopeless. But the hope of the Gospel is there.”

Get Involved

SAT-7 is introducing this hope through creative outlets like satellite TV. Have unique ministry models of sharing God’s love and hope in your area? Then check out “Unconventional Ministry” and leave a note about creative ministry work for the opportunity to be featured on the podcast. Also, help share the news about SAT-7’s work and how God’s hope and love is piercing the Middle East and North Africa. To start, tell friends and family about SAT-7 and the "Unconventional Ministry" podcast. Share the podcast on social media and take the time to listen to it, too. “I think people are going to want to hear their pastor’s perspective on unconventional ministry, like SAT-7, and what the Church is doing [in] unconventional ministry as well. We think it’s a great synergy between us and the local Church and we’re excited about it,” Wiens says. The second episode of "Unconventional Ministry" airs today. Check it out here! Another way to help is by partnering with SAT-7. To discover collaboration opportunities with SAT-7, click here. Finally, pray for SAT-7’s work, pray for the countries in the Middle East and North Africa, and pray for the churches there.     Header photo courteys of Arthur Miranda via Unsplash.
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Episode 2 of your favorite series is here! Another glimpse at one of the many Days in the Life of Mr. Mike HUCKER Clark… Sit back and enjoy a bit more causual day, as we met up with Dennis in SD, went out for a session and came back to do an UNCLICKED Podcast with [...]
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In the latest Talking Preps podcast, Jim Paulsen and David La Vaque put the boys' hockey tournament to bed and take up the next one, including who's best positioned to keep top recruit Paige Bueckers and the Royals from being the ones holding the 4A trophy on Saturday night.
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He reportedly told stories about being an EMT, used racist slurs about patients.

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In unserer zweiten Sendung geht es direkt um den neuesten Streich aus dem MCU, denn zusammen mit Eric von den Kulturpessimist*innen reden wir über Captain Marvel. Dabei gehen wir einerseits auf die Bedeutung des Films für das Superheld*innen-Filmgenre und suchen nach Gründen für die doch sehr gemischte Rezeption des Films.

Weiterführende Links:
- NerdNerdNerd: NNN069 Diskussion: Superheld*innenkino Quo Vadis?
- Kulturpessimist*innen: KS020 Refreshing Multiverses
- Femgeeks: Höher, weiter, feministischer – Captain Marvel
- Comic Tropes: The Kree-Skrull War & Its Effect on Marvel's Event Comics

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 696. Apple said to be too ‘involved’ in original content. New AirPods may charge fast. Consumers put Amazon above Apple on Privacy. Apple acquires Lighthouse patents. Foldable glass may be in iPhone’s future. Melbourne tells Apple they don’t want their store. Apple updates iPhone repair policies. Siri’s accent may be improving. New art on Apple Music Playlists. Change Keychain Password Suggestions. How to do folder encryption. BootCamp in a Apple CPU world. Shortcuts directories. Thing of the Moment: iDevices Dimmer Switch

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She told fellow actor and interviewer David Tennant ‘it’s so past my bedtime’.
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The presenter outlined his ideas for the country on the Acting Prime Minster podcast.
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This week on ACTING CLASS WEEKLY, Sean Whalen, Roxy Striar, and Jeff Graham talk to MEAN GIRLS star Danny Franzese.   He will talk about his career and how he was extremely proactive in making it happen. Acting Class Weekly with Sean Whalen! Presented by AfterBuzz TV, an educational Podcast and youtube series where each week, […]

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Cartoon sound effects are some of the most iconic sounds ever made. Even modern cartoons continue to use the same sound effects from decades ago. How were these legendary sounds made and how have they stood the test of time?

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Directed by Academy Award-nominee Amy Berg, four-part documentary series The Case Against Adnan Syed explores the 1999 disappearance and murder of 18-year-old Baltimore County high school student Hae Min Lee, and the subsequent conviction of her ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed — a case brought to global attention by the hugely popular Serial podcast.
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You are humbly invited to the wedding of Chunt the badger and Twosidore the whatever-he-his.
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The term “Netflix for podcasts” or “YouTube for podcasts” has been thrown around in a number of rece
          Grandma Is Corrupting My Children!! Plus, Talking J. Lo’s Engagement! | Perez Hilton      Cache   Translate Page      

Momma Perez does this thing with bananas that drives us crazy!! And she’s teaching the kids to do it too!!!! Noooooo!!!! We also chat about Jennifer Lopez‘s engagement – and so much more! Watch! Enjoy! SHARE! And CLICK HERE to for more info and tickets to our live podcast show […]

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Sports Handicapper Ron Raymond has released his NHL Premium Podcast for Monday, March 11, 2019, which includes a break down of all 7 NHL games,...
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Sports Handicapper Ron Raymond has released his NBA Premium Podcast for Monday, March 11, 2019, which includes a breakdown of all NBA games for Monday,...
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I like these unfiltered podcasts by you sports media types. Keep it coming
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HORROR OF DRACULA PODCAST

Five years ago, Kevin B. Lee invited Christianne Benedict and me to talk about Horror of Dracula(1958) for a podcast on his now-dormant blog Shooting Down Pictures.

Man, it’s fun to talk about Dracula!

During our 25-minute horror geek-out, Christianne and I ranged freely across the broad vampiric landscape, with fun tangents on the Hammer Dracula’s similarity to James Bond, low-cut inspirations for Victoria’s Secret, the professionalization of the vampire stalking business, the threat from the east, and Bram Stoker’s ever-lurking anti-Semitism and misogyny.

Going into this podcast, I was more than a little intimidated by the prospect of playing Siskel/Roeper to Christianne Benedict.  She is my favorite living film critic.  When I watch a movie and then want to sample an intelligent critical response, I take a beeline to her blog first.  At Krell Labs, I can always depend on being challenged and delighted by unexpected insights backed by solid film scholarship.

This remains my one-and-only podcast, which probably says much about my performance.  I drawl, stutter, repeat myself, and say ummmm way too much.  But the content’s pretty good, rendering the total podcast respectable enough to deserve a chance to rise from the grave again this Halloween season.

Christianne, Kevin Lee, and I bonded years ago on the IMDb (International Movie Database) Classic Film Board.  These days, Christianne and I primarily express our love for movies through our blogs.  Meanwhile, Kevin is a rising star.  After completing the Shooting Down Pictures project (where he blogged himself through the 1,000 greatest films of all time as compiled by the website They Shoot Pictures Don’t They?), Kevin became a filmmaker himself—swiftly gaining a reputation as an innovative master of the emerging video essay format.

This week, it would be worth a trip to Austria to catch Kevin’s remarkable short documentary Transformers: The Premake at the prestigious Viennale (Vienna International Film Festival) 2014.  This 25-minute film is an intoxicating joyride that wickedly dissects film production, promotion, and fandom.  And if you can’t make it to Vienna, enjoy a viewing below in its most natural setting: YouTube.



Mais la grande nouveauté, c’est que désormais, La Grande Librairie se regarde et s’écoute. Le magazine littéraire de France 5 présenté tous les mercredis à 20h50 est désormais disponible en podcast audio. On peut ainsi retrouver en intégralité l'émission de la veille en podcast sur les cinq plateformes suivantes : Deezer, Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Spotify, Tootak.
 

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La société canadienne Rakuten Kobo s'est imposée aujourd'hui comme acteur majeur sur le marché du livre numérique et, depuis le printemps dernier, sur celui du livre audio. C'est dans cette continuité que la marque a décidé de lancer, ce mardi 12 mars 2019, une collection de podcasts intitulée : « Un livre dans le tiroir ».

Logo de l'émission (via Soundcloud)
 
 

Une diffusion mensuelle d'une demi-heure


Chaque podcast sera diffusé mensuellement et durera une trentaine de minutes. La collection va s’articuler autour d’une thématique commune : l'autoédition. Le but du projet est de s’appuyer sur le travail réalisé par les auteurs autoédités sur la plateforme Kobo Writing Life.

Les enregistrements iront à la rencontre d’un auteur pour découvrir son quotidien et son expérience dans le milieu de l'écriture. Les rencontres se dérouleront en studio et lors d’événements auxquels est associé Rakuten Kobo (« Livre Paris », « Quai du Polar » à Lyon, « Salon FNAC Livres » à Paris...).

En bonus, à la fin de chaque podcast, deux minutes seront consacrées à l’actualité de Rakuten Kobo sous la forme d’un « Coup de cœur du libraire ».
 

Une première émission déjà en ligne


La collection de podcasts « Un livre dans le tiroir » est lancée à partir d'une association entre Rakuten Kobo et « En roues Libres ». Cette dernière est la première offre de podcasts en immersion dans les festivals et les événements culturels, créée par Alexandre Héraud, animateur et producteur chez Radio France depuis 25 ans.

Le premier podcast a été réalisé aux côtés de Samantha Bailly, auteure de romans de fantasy, de romans réalistes contemporains, de contes, de scénarios de mangas et de films. Elle a lancé en 2016 sa chaîne YouTube sur laquelle elle aborde des thèmes autour de l’écriture. Elle réunit aujourd'hui plus de 18.800 abonnés.
 


La jeune femme a évoqué dans cette première émission son parcours dans le monde de l'édition : ses premiers écrits, sa première signature d'un contrat d’édition, ainsi que son dernier roman La Marelle, publié en autopublication numérique sur la plateforme Kobo Writing Life.

Le premier podcast de « Un livre dans le tiroir » est d'ores et déjà disponible sur Soundcloud.
 

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Ne áltasd magad: könyvet és szerzőjét egyaránt megítélik. Annyian és annyiféleképpen, amennyiszer nem szégyenlik. Az elvárások természetüknél fogva árulkodnak magáról az elváróról is, és akkor is rád találnak, ha neked feltett szándékod tudomást se venni róluk.


Olvasói léc

Számomra az író egy külön faj. Azzal a különleges képességgel rendelkezik, hogy képes világát megmutatni, idehozni, illetve belevonni engem. A legjobb az, ha ezt rendszeresen, megszokott színvonalon teszi.
Az is szimpatikus, ha elérhető: blogot vezet, fent van valamelyik közösségi oldalon, ott rendszeresen kitesz valami ínyencséget, akár íródó történetről, akár kedvelt szereplőről, akár valami kis érdekességet a háttérsztoriról, könyvből kimaradt összefüggésről.
Olvasó-író találkozókon közvetlen, és ha épp nincs pénzem megvenni tőle semmit, akkor se hagy elmenni üres kézzel: könyvjelzőt, ceruzát, stb. osztogat és szívesen veszi, ha szelfizni akarok vele.
Neten bármikor ráírhatok, akár ismerősnek is felvehetem, hisz az írók magukból merítenek, aki tőlük olvas, az félig ismeri őket.
Ha a kedvenc sorozatomat be szeretné fejezni, azt csak úgy teheti meg, ha helyette valami jobbal rukkol elő.
(@thereaderlifechoseme)

Kiadói léc

Elárulok neked valamit, kisszivem. Az ötlet fontos, de nem a legfontosabb. A legfontosabb a lé. Mindegy ki mit mond, mi itt nem jótékonykodunk és nem szívességből jelentetjük meg senki szövegét. Író ír, eladott példányszám beszél. Újranyomásnál alább nem adjuk. Pontosan emiatt elvárom, hogy a színeinkben publikáló szerző olyan legyen, mint egy kibaszott svájci óra. Pontos és kiszámítható, lehetőleg ugyanazon a színvonalon alkosson évről évre. Legyen ütemterve, mikor miről akar írni, nekem ne beszéljen mellé anyaggyűjtésről, írói válságról, közbejött életről, családi zűrökről, mert az nem érdekel, az nem ad hozzá  az éves mérlegünkhöz. Azok, akik nem veszik komolyan ezt a szakmát, folyton ilyen kifogásokkal jönnek. Hallasz egyet, hallottad mindet.
Ha valóban kisült a kis kreatív agya, semmi gond, adunk neki témát, írja meg azt. Ha hemzseg a munkája a hibáktól és a szerkesztőm érvágással fenyeget, arra is van megoldás: beiskolázzuk. Mármint ő saját magát a saját pénzén a mi tanfolyamunkra, így a szerkesztő is lenyugszik és keresünk is rajta. Később, ha javára vált, legalább reklámozhatjuk a nevével, nézzétek meg, emberek, ő nálunk tanult, milyen oltárit írt, ha ti is erre vágytok, gyertek és tejeljetek. Amúgy mindegy hogyan ír, tökéletes szerző nincs, úgyis találunk benne szálkát és irány a tanfolyam.
Zsánert ne váltogasson, attól szemrángást kapok, ablakon kidobott marketingköltség, pozicionálja újra a szentemet az, akinek hat anyja van. Mi nem ugródeszka vagyunk a konkurenciához. Egyszer neszeljem meg valamelyiknél, olyat kap, hogy arról koldul.
Az  önmarketingre való hajlandóság alap, modern világban élünk, nem esik le a gyűrű a kezéről, ha neki is reklámoznia kell a rendezvényeinket, tanfolyamunkat a falán, blogján, villanyoszlopon.
(Brutal Books kiadóvezetője)

Szakmai léc

Kezdjük ott, az alap az évente egy megjelenő könyv. Nem kétévente, nem hat évente, évente. Másképpen hogy a büdös életben maradna a szerző köztudatban? A termékeny író a jó író, és emeljük a tétet, mert az igazán nagy valami az évente stabilan megjelenő, jól fogyó minőségi könyv. Szemétből akad ezer meg egy, ami széles rétegben népszerű az következésképen silány középszer. Egy kiváló író ne akarjon középszerűvé válni, legyen nagyobb önbecsülése. Alkosson táplálékot az elme számára, hogy el tudjak benne mélyedni, mozgassa meg az agyamat, váljon számomra élvezetes kihívássá. Reflektáljon a jelenre, és tekintsen a jövőbe.
A könyvön túl fontos a szerző hozzáállása is: legyen alázatos, fogadja el a nála tapasztaltabbak tanácsait. A nagy öregeket jobb, ha nem minősíti, kivéve, ha pozitívan teszi. Ezek akkor letettek valamit az asztalra, amikor ő az anyja csecsével játszott, szóval nincs abban a helyzetben, kritizáljon.
Egy szerzőnek ne legyenek tirpák megnyilvánulásai, főleg, ha nő, ez derékba törheti az amúgy szépen épülő írói életútját. Férfinál zsánerfüggően elvárt sikk lehet, a hiányzó igényességet is szépen elfedheti a nagy arc.  Kettős mérce? Zavar? Írd meg, hátha lesz belőle egy jóféle Hugo vagy Nebula, de siess, a gendertémák jövőre talán lejárt lemezzé válnak.
Mert az ambíció létfontosságú, igényes szerző vigyázó szemét külföldre vesse, olvasson angolul! Mi az, hogy mérnök a háttere és a német az erőssége? Tanuljon meg angolul, ne vicceljünk már, világnyelv! Legyen szíves figyelni az angolszász piacot, tegye belső elvárássá a nemzetközi megmérettetéseket. Fordíttassa le a műveit adott nyelvre, haladóbbak ezt maguk végzik. Magyar pályázás? Izé, a hazai díjak így tedd rá úgy tedd rá.
Alkosson úgy, hogy kerekasztal beszélgetésekre hívják, esetleg írós tanfolyamokra előadónak, ezek egyébként kiválóan alkalmasak arra, betöltse a lukat, ha urambocsá nem jönne össze az évi egy publikálás...
(Sokkönyves Kálmán, szerkesztő, író, vagy amit megfizetnek)

Írói léc

Most pont ráérek, szerkesztenem kéne, de nem visz rá a lélek. Nézd, már ki is takarítottam, kiteregettem és a mosogató is csillog-villog. Amúgy írok mást is, jelenleg két novellát nyüstölök, az egyik pályázatra menne, aztán ott egy félbehagyott regény, kicsit inog a dramaturgia, várom a történetmegváltó belső megoldást, az ihlet segít, vagy ha az bemondja az unalmast, van egy bejáratott bétám, az sec-perc rámutat, hol siklottam félre. Persze csak finoman mondja, máskülönben kígyót-békát rámondok.
Az is lehet, ráírok az előző könyvem szerkesztőjére, jó a viszony, azt se bánja, ha éjjel egykor keresem. Ő szakértő, pszichológus és művész egyszerre, hullámtörő köztem és a kiadó között, nélküle félember lennék.
Szóval a bétázó az alap. Minimum kettő, egy férfi és egy nő, a többféle perspektíva miatt. Az egyikük szintén író, jó haver, kölcsönösen nézzük egymás írását, ez szerintem létfontosságú. Az írói szem azt is észreveszi, ami felett az olvasóé átsiklik. Akinek a család a tesztolvasója, annak fakereszt, tapasztalataim szerint szeretteink fájdalmasan részrehajlóak.
Amúgy tele vagyok ötlettel, az író ötletek nélkül élőhalott író, milyen már az, ha valakinek csak egy van és azt csiszolgatja?! Szerintem tuti kudarc, el nem engedett meg nem mérettetett szerelemgyerek. A jó író nem egykönyves koronára hajt, nem lehet mindenki Harper Lee, főleg hogy azóta poszthumusz neki is kijött még egy kötete. Van egy ismerősöm, hiába jött ki az első könyve, azóta megrekedt. Én sajnálom, ha nem lendül túl, meging benne a kiadó bizalma és megy a süllyesztőbe.
Nem nyaggatom, mert tudom, hogy az milyen borzasztó tud lenni. Például rettenetesen kiakadtam, amikor meg akarták mondani, milyen zsánerben alkothatok. Tojok a piaci blablára, arról és úgy írok, ahogy nekem tetszik. Nincs annál rosszabb, ha valaki begyepesedik egy stílusban. Én kipróbáltam magam romantikusban (szerették, de egy ponton túl nyálas lett), sci-fiben (biztató fórumos kritikákat kaptam), magyarosban (azóta rengetegen bejelöltek és hívtak a Kurultajra is), fantasyban (stílusom kifejezetten eklektikus, szeretem a vámpírelfeket) és néha a saját nevemen is kitérőt teszek a szépirodalom rögös útjain.
Sok a szerzői név? Ez kérem szépen a kreativitás fokmérője, és így szeparálom az olvasóközönségemet is.
No jó, másik írótárs megtalálta a neki való zsánert, sikert sikerre halmoz, de basszus neki olyan munkája van, ami mellett lapátolja magára a szabadidőt. Naná, hogy el tud mélyülni.
(Oralia Pinkheart, O'Long Banks, Mag Mária Emőke, J.R.R.G.R.R.,  alias Nagy-Kriscsisin Adrienn)

Kritikusi léc

Tömör leszek. Legyen az író olvasott, munkája mutassa gyakorlottság jegyeit. Az első szerelemírást ne erőltesse, az a fióknak születik, a közönség és a szakma ennél jóval igényesebb, kiforrottabb művet vár. Az sosem az első, esetenként nem is a második.
Fogadja jól a kritikát, ne spamelje tele az email fiókomat nyomdafestéket nem tűrő, alpári megnyilvánulásokkal. Ezzel lejáratra magát. Vegye tudomásul, ha könyvet küld, abban ott a rizikó, nincs rá kapacitásom foglalkozzam vele, illetve őszinte véleményt kap, nem feltétlenül azt, amit elképzelt. Egyébként az ilyeneket feketelistára teszem.
Írjon rendszeresen, hogy követni lehessen fejlődését, pályáját. Ha valamiben gyengébb, azt legyen képes belátni és szükség esetén elengedni.
Legyen tisztában választott zsánere mélységeivel. Mondom mélységeivel, egy-két körberajongott, hozsannázott popkult könyv felszínes ismerete igen távol áll attól, és a szőrmentén átnyálazott, bizonytalan forrású netes írástechnikai anyagok se adnak stabil alapot.
Az anyaggyűjtés elengedhetetlen, főleg, minél több ismeretet igénylő zsánerben alkot. Igen, ehhez olykor a net kevésbé köztudatban lévő szegmensébe is el kell látogatni - a lanyha Wikipedián túl kezdődik az élet! -, és az offline tartalmak, fővárosi előadások, online podcastok is kincseket érnek. Szakmabeliek megkeresése, szaklektorálás kijárása igen pozitívan alakíthat a megítélésén.
(Jósvai 'J0SV41' Gabriella, kritikus)

Blogger léc

Én szívesen írok bárki könyvéről, ha küld ingyenes példányt. Lehetőleg papír formában, az ekönyvtől kifolyik a szemem és olvasóm sincs hozzá. A pdf egy vicc, kerülendő.
Előnyös, ha nem rinyál feleslegesen, ha negatívat kap. Akiket csípek, azokkal eleve lágyszívű vagyok, a többiek meg mégis mire számítottak? Teher alatt nő a pálma, vagy mi.
Elvem, hogy elsőkönyvest nem húzok le, mert szegények olyan érzékenyek, őket biztatni kell, építő jellegű meglátásokkal ellátni. Fogni a kezüket, tutujgatni... Na jó azt talán nem, de értékelik a törődést.
Magánkiadást nem vállalok. Nem bízom bennük. Van egy haverom, aki mindent bevállal, egészségére. A kedvenc zsánereimen kívüli írásokkal ne is próbálkozzanak, jó blogger szakosodik.
Könyvbemutatókon az írónak ajánlatos normálisan viselkednie, mert azt is megíróm, ha prosztó paraszt és nem hajlandó könyvjelzőt dedikálni nekem. Engem nem érdekel, hogy abból nem lesz kiadói bevétel, az üzleti résszel törődjön a kiadó, ő legyen kedves és készséges. Egy lehúzó bejegyzés is elég, és derékba töröm bimbózó szerzői útját.
Ja, apró, de annál lényegesebb megjegyzés: ha megkeresem, mit szólna egy könyves blogturnéhoz, vagy valami játékhoz, akkor ne a száját húzgálja, ne várasson hetekig a válasszal, hanem lelkesen vesse magát bele. Vagy talán a kiadója nem magyarázta el neki, az önmarketing kulcsfontosságú, és nem tolják alá készen? A profik meg se várják, rájuk írjak, maguk kilincselnek a lehetőségért. Na, az ilyeneknek nagy jövőt jósolok.
(So deep, so meaningful blog tulajdonosa)


Mit tehetsz, ha több-kevesebb elvárást alulmúlnál? Számos lehetőség áll előtted:

  • minden számodra kellemetlen, művedet és/vagy szerzői személyedet negatív színben feltüntető kritikát megfogalmazó személyt istenesen kiosztasz
  • reménykedsz a posztumusz rehabilitációban
  • büszkén viseled és hangoztatod a meg nem értett zseni sebnyalogásra kitalált illúzióját
  • olyan társaságot keresel, ahol megkapod a szerinted kijáró elismerést
  • nemes jártasságot mutatsz nemtörődömségből
  • amivel egyetértesz, azon javítasz
  • igyekszel felnőni a kritika adóinak mércéjéhez, aztán három év megfeszített munka után kedves markos bácsik jönnek érted fura fehér kabáttal és jókora szurival
  • hagyod az írást a túróba, és csinálsz mást, amiben több örömöd leled

Az egyes szekciók megszólalói kitalált alakok, mindennemű egyezésük a valósággal csupán a véletlen műve.

          Datanauts 145: Microservice Meshes With Istio And Envoy      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore Envoy (an application-level proxy) and Istio (management software or the control plane for service meshes), key open-source projects for microservices architectures. Our guest is Christian Posta, Chief Architect, Cloud Application Development at Red Hat.

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          Datanauts 144: Managing Work Stress And Cognitive Biases      Cache   Translate Page      

This Datanauts podcast episode dives into the realities of dealing with work stress, especially when trying to embrace time off and unplugging from work. Our guest is Eric Shanks.

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          Datanauts 143: Getting To Day 2 Cloud      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's Datanauts podcast looks at Day 2 cloud issues including operations, training, understanding and managing costs, and of course, security. Our guest is Maish Saidel-Keesing.

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          Datanauts 142: Cloud-First Networking With Big Switch Networks (Sponsored)      Cache   Translate Page      

Today on the Datanauts podcast, sponsor Big Switch talks about its cloud-first networking initiative and new products that aim to make your public and private clouds operationally consistent.

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          Datanauts 141: Managing Cloud-Native Applications      Cache   Translate Page      

On today’s Datanauts episode, we talk to Justin Garrison, a senior systems engineer, about managing cloud native applications. We cover the challenges of managing a microservices architecture, sidecars, troubleshooting and more

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          Datanauts 140: Exploring End User Compute      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts and guest Sean Massey explore the ins and outs of End User Compute (EUC) and VDI, including use cases, the end user perspective, and EUC/VDI's impact on the data center.

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          Datanauts 139: Getting AWS Security Right      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the Datanauts explore how to lock down AWS services to ensure they aren't publicly exposed--and it's not just S3 buckets. Our guest is Scott Piper, who'll share tips and open-source tools.

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          Datanauts 138: What’s Up With Ethernet Fabrics?      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's Datanauts episode delves into the current state of Ethernet fabrics with guest Stefan Fouant.

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          Datanauts 137: Automating Infrastructure As Code With Terraform      Cache   Translate Page      

Our guest today is Ned Bellavance. We pick Ned's brain about infrastructure as code and his hands-on experience with HashiCorp's Terraform.

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          Datanauts 136: ChatOps Using PoshBot With Brandon Olin      Cache   Translate Page      

On this episode of Datanauts, we chat with Brandon Olin, the creator of PoshBot, a PowerShell based chatbot for ops teams. What does PoshBot do? How was PoshBot built? How do chatbots impact Brandon's delivery model?

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          Datanauts 135: An Introduction To Edge Computing      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore edge computing, including a working definition, use cases, issues of locality and latency, and the infrastructure that drives edge computing. Our guest is Alex Marcham.

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          Datanauts 134: Preventing Failures With AI And HPE InfoSight (Sponsored)      Cache   Translate Page      

On today's sponsored episode we explore HPE InfoSight, an AI-driven cloud service that helps predict and prevent problems that could affect Nimble Storage arrays and other HPE products. HPE is our sponsor.

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          Datanauts 133: Perfecting The Job Hunt      Cache   Translate Page      

Today on the Datanauts: the job hunt. We break down the process to understand and optimize it with guest Doug Lane, who'll share his own experiences on a recent career transition.

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          Datanauts 132: Unit Testing For Fun And Profit      Cache   Translate Page      

Today on the Datanauts we explore why and how you should test your scripts. Our guest is Adam Bertram, an automation engineer working with PowerShell and other DevOps tools and author of The Pester Book.

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          Datanauts 131: Masters And Mentorship      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the Datanauts talk about why mentorship can lead to IT mastery and how to get past objections from experts who don't want to share their knowledge.

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          Datanauts 130: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of The VAR Life      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts and guest Eric Gullickson dive into the good, bad and ugly of the life of a VAR from people who have lived it.

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          Datanauts 129: Automation And Security In AWS      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts parse the meanings of automation, infrastructure as code, and DevOps; explore new AWS services; and talk security best practices on today's cloudy episode. Our guest in Ken Hui.

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          Datanauts 128: Kubernetes, Serverless And No Code With Kelsey Hightower      Cache   Translate Page      

Kelsey Hightower beams aboard the Datanauts starship to discuss the latest evolution of Kubernetes, serverless, and the wild new world of application design.

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          Datanauts 127: Found On The Internet Series 4      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts crack open our cabinet of curiosities to explore a variety of ideas found on the Internet including SREs, AWS vs. Amazon for a cloud career, the ups and downs of industry certifications & more.

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          Datanauts 126: Stephen Foskett On Storage, Containers & Cloud      Cache   Translate Page      

Stephen Foskett beams aboard the Datanauts starship to talk about what's new in storage, including for containers and cloud, plus cogent career advice.

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          Datanauts 125: Security Gamification & Training New Talent      Cache   Translate Page      

Is security gamification a useful tool for training security talent, or just a gimmick? The Datanauts dive in to explore this issue. Our guest is Evan Dornbush.

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          Datanauts 124: VMware Cloud On AWS (Sponsored)      Cache   Translate Page      

VMware Cloud on AWS lets you run a native VMware environment on bare metal AWS servers. The Datanauts delve into service details, use cases, and nerd knob options with episode sponsor VMware.

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          Datanauts 123: Security Without Firewalls      Cache   Translate Page      

Can you run a secure infrastructure without firewalls? Today on Datanauts, we make the case for this idea with guests Nick Buraglio and Jon Zeolla.

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          Datanauts 122: Protecting Applications With VMware AppDefense (Sponsored)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts delve into application security with sponsor VMware. We discuss VMware's AppDefense software, how it works, and why we need a new model for security.

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          Datanauts 121: A Professor Takes Us To Machine Learning School      Cache   Translate Page      

The term 'Machine Learning' is being sprinkled over IT marketing materials like magic dust. The Datanauts get to what’s real in ML with guest Vivian Zhang.

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          Datanauts 120: Data Center Transformation, Certifications & Consulting      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the Datanauts explore the worlds of consulting and VARs, and their customer focus areas, including data center transformation and certifications. Our guests are Jason Nash and Josh Coen.

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          Datanauts 119: Is The Full Stack Engineer A Myth?      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts dive into the notion of the full stack engineer--an IT pro who can work across every layer of the infrastructure. Our guest is Tom Vachon.

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          Datanauts 118: The Whitebox & Enterprise Networks      Cache   Translate Page      

Whitebox networking hardware and open source software are challenging incumbent vendors and demonstrating new operational models for network engineers. The Datanauts and guest Peyton Maynard-Koran discuss the implications.

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          PodAbrir Extra – Pokémon Go      Cache   Translate Page      
Gonna catch’em all! Essa semana fizemos um cast extra sobre Pokémon Go com participação especial do Vitor Lopes da Grimoire Games. Neste podcast ele explica as regras avançadas e discutimos métricas do jogo. Então… Estamos largando um Lure aqui em... Leia Mais »
          Datanauts 117: Inside The World Of DBAs And SQL Server      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts dive into SQL Server and database architectures, as well as how infrastructure ops and DBAs can work better together. Our guest is Mike Fal.

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          Datanauts 116: Understanding VXLAN Networking      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts dive into VXLAN networking with guest Lukas Krattiger. We explore how it works, discuss use cases, and examine how hosts inside a VXLAN network communicate with end points on the outside.

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          PodAbrir 28 – Mighty nº9 e Crowdfunding      Cache   Translate Page      
E ae pessoal… O PodAbrir mudou! Ele continua sendo um podcast sobre desenvolvimento de games, mas agora com 3 novas vozes que irão falar sobre diversos assuntos sobre a ótica de desenvolvedores. Tudo com muita pesquisa e com a supervisão... Leia Mais »
          Datanauts 115: Secure Printing With HP (Sponsored)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts discuss securing print infrastructure with Michael Howard, Chief Security Advisor, and Jason O’Keeffe, Print Security Advisor, at HP.

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          Datanauts 114: Unikernels And IncludeOS      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the Datanauts we talk unikernels and IncludeOS with guest Per Buer. We discuss how unikernels differ from a traditional OS, advantages and tradeoffs, and unikernel use cases.

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          Datanauts 113: Working In High Performance Computing      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the Datanauts explore what it's like work in high performance computing. We discuss issues at the compute and network layers, explore resource allocation challenges, and more. Our guest is Nick Buraglio.

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          Datanauts 112: Building The Perfect Data Center Beast      Cache   Translate Page      

Today on the Datanauts we talk about the key elements of building a physical data center: cabling, racks, HVAC, power, and management. Our guest is John Kerns.

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          Datanauts 111: NVMe And Its Network Impact      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's Datanauts episode looks at how NVMe moves the storage bottleneck back to the network. What’s that mean for distributed storage design? We discuss with guest J Metz.

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          Datanauts 110: The Future Of Storage      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts divine the future of storage--including commodity hardware, NVMe, distributed architectures, and of course, cloud--with guest Tom Lyon.

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          Datanauts 109: Run VMware Apps In The Cloud With Ravello (Sponsored)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts talk with Oracle Ravello in this sponsored episode about using Ravello to run your VMware applications in the public cloud.

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          Datanauts 108: Building Service Meshes With AVI Networks (Sponsored)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts and sponsor AVI Networks explore service meshes and why they're essential to support applications built around microservices.

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          Datanauts 107: Found On The Internet Series 3      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts discuss stories they found on the Internet that apply to the Datanauts audience, including the rise of container adoption, storage networking, IT blame culture & more.

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          Datanauts 106: Controlling AWS Costs      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore how to control cloud costs with guest Corey Quinn, a consultant and Amazon observer who shares his insights and experience on understanding and managing your cloud spend.

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          Datanauts 105: Cryptocurrencies And The Blockchain      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts get an introduction to cryptocurrencies and the blockchain.

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          Datanauts 104: Migrating Exchange To Office 365      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore the business case for, and challenges of, migrating on-premises Exchange to Office 365. Our guest is Theresa Miller.

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          Datanauts 103: Azure Infrastructure And PowerShell At Microsoft Ignite      Cache   Translate Page      

Chris Wahl records a live Datanauts at Microsoft Ignite to talk Azure, Azure Stack, PowerShell and more with Microsoft Technical Fellow Jeffrey Snover.

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          Datanauts 102: Does Data Locality Matter?      Cache   Translate Page      

In distributed storage/HCI systems, does it matter whether the storage mount for a workload is local or across the network? The Datanauts & guest Howard Marks discuss data locality.

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          5 Books to Read if You’re Following the Adnan Syed Case      Cache   Translate Page      
The first episode of HBO’s new documentary “The Case Against Adnan Syed” premiered on Sunday, once again bringing the murder conviction of the Baltimore man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend back into the headlines. Syed, the subject of the popular 2014 podcast “Serial,” is currently serving a life sentence in prison for the 1999 death […]
          Datanauts 101: CIOs And The Business Side Of IT      Cache   Translate Page      

This Datanauts episode delves into the role of the CIO to understand how technologists can work with executives to meet goals and align with business needs. Our guest is Tim Crawford.

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          Datanauts 100: Ask Me Anything      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts answer listener questions on tech topics and favorite episodes in an AMA-style format to celebrate the 100th show.

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          Datanauts 099: Understanding Microservices      Cache   Translate Page      

Microservices represent the new application architecture, but is it right for everyone? And what do microservices mean for infrastructure design? The Datanauts explore microservices with guest Bryan Boreham of Weaveworks.

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          Datanauts 098: The Changing Face Of Application Acceleration      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore how Web and mobile application delivery and acceleration have changed, and examine new efforts such as HTTP/2 and SPYDY. Our guest is Lori MacVittie.

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          Datanauts 097: Unpacking Azure Stack For Hybrid Clouds      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts unpack Azure Stack to get a closer look at its primary components, explore the rationale for adopting Azure Stack, understand the integrated systems required to run it, and more. Our guest is Ned Bellavance.

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          Datanauts 096: The Fuss About IoT      Cache   Translate Page      

IoT presents interesting and exasperating challenges for IT infrastructure pros. The Datanauts delve into IoT issues including security & networking.

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          Datanauts 095: Exploring Azure IaaS with Jennelle Crothers      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts are joined by Jennelle Crothers, IT Pro Evangelist at Microsoft, to discuss infrastructure-as-a-service in the Microsoft public cloud, Azure.

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          Datanauts 094: Choosing Your Next Infrastructure      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts talk about the pros and cons of alternative infrastructure options including converged, hyperconverged & composable infrastructures. Our guest is Fred Chagnon.

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          Datanauts 093: Erasure Coding And Distributed Storage      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts look under the hood of distributed storage systems to explore erasure coding. Our guest is J Metz.

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          Datanauts 092: Microsoft MCSA Lab Creation With Chef      Cache   Translate Page      

Learn how to use Chef to automate the creation of MCSA labs for Microsoft certifications. Our guest on the Datanauts is Brett Johnson.

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          Datanauts 091: Found On The Internet Series 2      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore major hybrid cloud announcements from the Nutanix Next 2017 conference, including a Google partnership and Nutanix's Calm and Xi initiatives. This is the second episode in the Found On The Internet series.

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          Datanauts 090: AWS Networking Deep Dive      Cache   Translate Page      

AWS and public cloud networking is not just VLANs. The Datanauts and guest Anthony Miloslavsky explore essential network constructs and architectural choices

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          Datanauts 089: SRE vs. Cloud Native vs. DevOps      Cache   Translate Page      

SRE, or Site Reliability Engineer, is an effort to create a job role that puts operations teams on equal footing with developers. Rob Hirschfeld joins the Datanauts to discuss just what it means.

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          Datanauts 088: Found On The Internet Series 1      Cache   Translate Page      

OpenStack, CockroachDB, and the future of ops are the topics for the Datanauts' first-ever Found On The Internet series.

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          Datanauts 087: The Future Of Infrastructure Security      Cache   Translate Page      

The latest Datanauts episode explores how the cloud, virtualization, and automation are affecting infrastructure security and why the approaches you use today may not be the ones you use tomorrow. Our guests are James Holland and Aaron Miller.

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          Datanauts 086: AWS Identity & Access Management Policies      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's Datanauts episode explores how to set up Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies in AWS. Our guest is Cole Morrison.

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          Datanauts 085: Understanding In-Memory Databases      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's Datanauts podcast explores the architecture and design challenges of running distributed in-memory databases. Our guests are Swapnil Bawaskar and Jim Bedenbaugh from Pivotal.

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          Datanauts 084: A Fireside Chat: PowerShell & DevOps Global Summit      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's episode is all about Chris’s adventures at the 5th annual PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit.

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          Datanauts 083: Diving Deep Into vSphere Host Resources      Cache   Translate Page      

Today on the Datanauts we explore the depths of vSphere 6.5 host resources to help you maximum performance of your virtual infrastructure and provide a deeper understanding of essentials such as CPU, memory, storage, and Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA). Our guests are Frank Denneman and Niels Hagoort, authors of the forthcoming book "vSphere 6.5 Host Resources Deep Dive."

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          Datanauts 082: The Path To Automation & Coding For Ops Teams      Cache   Translate Page      

On today's Datanauts episode we recount the journey of a technical professional to teach ops folks how to talk to APIs, code in various languages, and embrace the programmability of networking. Our guest is Lauren Malhoit.

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          Datanauts 081: Building Secure Email Infrastructure      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the Datanauts discuss the whys and hows of building secure in-house email infrastructure. Our guest is Jacob Evans.

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          Datanauts 080: The Current State Of Network Automation & Telemetry      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore the current state of network automation and telemetry and discuss how network engineers can transition from the CLI to a more automated infrastructure. Our guest is Ryan Booth.

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          Datanauts 079: Designing For The vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts peer under the hood of VMware's VCSA 6.5 to see what's new and discuss whether you should migrate. Our guest is Emad Younis.

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          Datanauts 078: Object Storage & The OpenIO Project      Cache   Translate Page      

Today on the Datanauts it's object storage. Our guest is Enrico Signoretti. We'll talk about how object storage compares to file & block, discuss use cases, look into the OpenIO project & more

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          Datanauts 077: Transitioning To A Less Technical Role      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts & guest Tom Hollingsworth explore the transition from the engineering trenches to new roles that demand new skills but less detailed technical know-how.

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          Datanauts 076: Understanding AWS Vs. Azure      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts talk with Eric Shanks about the differences between AWS and Azure, how organizations choose a public cloud provider, the reasons application architecture are so critical, and how to deal with worries about cloud lock-in.

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          Datanauts 075: AWS Warts And All      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts and guest Alex Galbraith examine the gotchas of storage, networking, and scaling in AWS so you can get the best design for the least amount of money.

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          Datanauts 074: Understanding Data Models & Why They Matter      Cache   Translate Page      

On today's Datanauts episode, Karen Lopez shares her expertise on data models, CAP Theorem and the pros and cons of various database types, and database architectures.

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          Datanauts 073: Inside The Software Engineering Silo      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts break down technical silos with a discussion about software engineering. Their guest is Jeff Meyerson, a software developer and host of the Software Engineering Daily podcast.

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          Datanauts 072: OpenStack, Kubernetes, Infrastructure & Automation      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts explore the boundaries between the infrastructure underlay & the frameworks that ride on top, including OpenStack and Kubernetes, with Rob Hirschfeld

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          Datanauts 071: Everything As Code With Mitchell Hashimoto      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts talk with HashiCorp co-founder and CTO Mitchell Hashimoto about infrastructure automation, why servers still matter, the growing role of APIs and more

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          Datanauts 070: How Media & Entertainment Handle Extreme Scaling Challenges      Cache   Translate Page      

Lots of data plus lots of lots of CPU requirements mean that scaling out is difficult for the media and entertainment industry. The Datanauts dive into challenges and solutions for CPU, storage, and networking.

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          Datanauts 069: Microsoft Embraces Open Source      Cache   Translate Page      

Microsoft has made significant moves into open source. The Datanauts investigate what these efforts are, and what happened to the monopoly we once knew.

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          Datanauts 068: System Management With Redfish      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts go deep on Redfish, an emerging IPMI replacement aimed at out-of-band infrastructure management for lots and lots of devices. Our guest is Jeff Autor.

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          Datanauts 067: All About Containers As A Service      Cache   Translate Page      

Yes, Containers as a Service (CaaS) is a thing. The Datanauts talk about why, what the use cases are, who's offering it, and how it's different from IaaS.

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          Datanauts 066: The Harsh Realities Of Scaling Out      Cache   Translate Page      

Sometimes your infrastructure isn’t able to handle a growing business. The Datanauts talk with Josh O’Brien about working through the challenge of massive scale-out while keeping the ship sailing.

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          Datanauts 65: Cloudy With A Chance Of Ops      Cache   Translate Page      

On today's Datanauts episode we look at the changing world of operations and databases with Charity Majors.

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          Datanauts 64: Advancing Your IT Career      Cache   Translate Page      

Today's Datanauts episode is about how to advance your IT career. We talk with trainer Neil Anderson about developing a plan & get insights from a survey of CTOs & HR leaders about what they're looking for in IT employees

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          Datanauts 063: Unikernels Vs. Containers      Cache   Translate Page      

Unikernels are emerging as an alternative to containers. Find out why with the Datanauts and guest Adam Wick.

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          Datanauts 062: Getting Smarter About Backup      Cache   Translate Page      

On today's Datanauts episode, our intrepid explorers discuss how to get a better handle on backup in an era of increasing data volumes and more storage options.

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          Datanauts 061: Trials & Tribulations Of Technical Blogging      Cache   Translate Page      

The Datanauts delve into a topic near and dear to them: technical blogging. They explore the risks & rewards of writing things down for other people to read, and offer tips on process for people who want to try it themselves.

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          Datanauts 060: Running OpenStack In Containers      Cache   Translate Page      

OpenStack's many pieces and parts communicate using APIs, so running OpenStack in manageable containers becomes interesting. We explore this idea on today's Datanauts episode with guest Robert Starmer.

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          ‘Techtalk’ Launches Weekly Podcast      Cache   Translate Page      
“Techtalk,” Information Technology’s (IT) blog, is now adding a weekly podcast on teaching, learning and other interesting topics. Life gets busy, and it is difficult to keep abreast of all the information we need to learn, grow and be in the know. Podcasts are an easy way to tackle this problem. On those boring drives […]
          In the N.O. Episode 24: Is Ownership Even Doing Anything?      Cache   Translate Page      
Shamit and Mason discuss the activity, or lack thereof, of the Pelicans ownership since firing Dell Demps. They also go down the roster and try to predict who will be on the team next year. Listen on iTunes Listen on Spotify RSS Feed Direct Download Blue Wire Network
          Fantasy Baseball Podcast: Top 100 Starters For 2019 Fantasy Baseball      Cache   Translate Page      
It's the end of the beginning today on the Razz pod, as we begin our ascent into the Top 100 Starters for 2019 fantasy baseball. We hit on the aces, we hit on the former aces you shouldn't draft, we hit on the tiers Grey is targeting, and we talk about ourselves a lot. It's beautiful, it's madness, it's a podcast about 50 pitchers, 29 of them are headed to the DL, the other 21 are coming off the DL. Oops!!! I said DL, pardon me, injury list! Anyway, we talk the top 50 pitchers and a ton of draft strategy. It's the latest episode of the Razzball Podcast.
          Rollenbilder: "Ich wollte nicht Vater werden"      Cache   Translate Page      
Die neue Folge von "Drei Väter - ein Podcast" dreht sich um die Frage: Was ist ein guter Vater? Antworten geben ein Psychologe und ein Väterstammtisch. Es geht um Leistungsdruck, finanzielle Ängste und das "coolere Elternteil".
          THE WALKING DEAD      Cache   Translate Page      
ZOMBIECAST.NET EPISODE 321 -The Walking Dead last 2 eps -Flat Earth Society -Devil May Cry 5 Twitter @ZombieCastWorld ZombieResearchSociwety.com is @ZombieResearch Facebook search ZombieCastWorld and ZombieResearchSociety PLEASE Leave us a REVIEW on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, DownCast and where all Podcast FEEDS can be heard--- only pay we have is reviews and FEEDBACK from all you Zombies!
          #8, The Weekly Driver Podcast (video): Peugeot set for U.S. return      Cache   Translate Page      

A date and what models will be offered, haven’t been announced. But Peugeot will soon return to the North American market. Groupe PSA is the multinational parent company and manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles sold under the Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall brands, maded the announcement in late February. Larry Dominique, President and CEO, […]

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          9to5Mac Daily: March 12, 2019 — Apple Event Preview Edition [Video]      Cache   Translate Page      
Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2019/03/9to5Mac-Daily-03-12-2019.mp3 New episodes of 9to5Mac Daily are recorded every weekday. Subscribe to our podcast in iTunes/Apple […]
          AiA 230: Smart 404 Pages with Vitalii Bobrov      Cache   Translate Page      

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The panel interviews Vitalii Bobrov, who recently wrote an article on his blog called “Angular Smart 404 pages”. It is about the Levenshtein distance algorithm and it's uses and implications in working with 404 pages. Vitalii Bobrov explains what a 404 page is and how it is often times due to typos on the users part. He also goes onto explain the Levenshtein distance algorithm and how it can help guide users to the correct site. Vitalii Bobrov shares how he came up with the idea of using the Levenshtein distance algorithm with 404 pages. Charles Max Wood and Aaron Frost ask some very insightful questions on how the algorithm works and how to apply these ideas to their work. They jokingly share ideas on what Vitalii Bobrov could do with this idea.

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          Purple FTW! Podcast: Vikings Free Agency Move Round-Up + #TheCapIsAMyth with Zack Moore! (ep. 723)      Cache   Translate Page      
The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings are wading into the offseason by making a few cuts, bringing back old friend Shamar Stephen, and saying goodbye to Anthony Barr. We recap all the moves as well as chat…
          PURPLE PODCAST: Recapping ‘Tampering Day’ for the Vikings      Cache   Translate Page      
* If contracts were equal, would you rather have Nick Foles or Kirk Cousins as QB of the Vikings? * Why haven’t the Vikings been as active as some other teams on Day 1 of…
          Google reabre programa para trazer mais vozes para o mundo dos podcasts      Cache   Translate Page      

O Google anunciou que vai reabrir as inscrições para o programa de criadores do Google Podcasts para trazer mais diversidade e ajudar vozes sub-representadas a terem mais espaço nesse meio. O programa terá as inscrições novamente abertas na próxima segunda-feira, dia 18 de março de 2019. Em parceria com a PRX, uma das líderes da […]

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          Techdirt Podcast Episode 203: Crying Wolf Over Conservative Censorship      Cache   Translate Page      

You've heard the uproar — conservatives are being censored on social media! But... are they? The short answer is no. The long answer is this week's podcast, with Lincoln Network policy head Zach Graves joining us for a discussion about the misinformation, hyperbole and general ridiculousness surrounding supposed social media bias.

Follow the Techdirt Podcast on Soundcloud, subscribe via iTunes or Google Play, or grab the RSS feed. You can also keep up with all the latest episodes right here on Techdirt.



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          Everyone's Overreacting To The Wrong Thing About Facebook (Briefly) Blocking Elizabeth Warren's Ads      Cache   Translate Page      

I've made it clear that I don't think much of Elizabeth Warren's big plan to "break up big tech," which seemed not particularly well thought out and unlikely to accomplish its actual goals. Even so, I certainly cringed upon hearing the news that Facebook had blocked an ad that Warren's team had taken to promote the plan. I mean, come on. Here is Warren, talking about how Facebook is too powerful and can potentially influence policy by choosing what it allows and what it doesn't allow... and Facebook up and hands Warren the most beautiful gift she could ever hope for: blocking her own ad for her policy to break up Facebook. Basically everyone immediately spun the story as Facebook trying to censor this call to break up itself.

It sure looked bad.

Of course, the reality, again, is a lot more nuanced. And, while everyone will ignore this (and I'm sure some people will make bogus accusations in the comments), the reality is that this isn't proof of Facebook's nefarious attempts to censor people it doesn't like or messages it doesn't like. It's proof of the impossibility of content moderation at scale. As Facebook explained, the original ad violated a Facebook policy that had nothing to do with the message it was sending: you're apparently not allowed to use Facebook's logo in an ad:

“We removed the ads because they violated our policies against use of our corporate logo," the spokesperson said. "In the interest of allowing robust debate, we are restoring the ads.”

This is, indeed, true. If you look at Facebook's ad policies it shows the following:

You are, in fact, not allowed to use a Facebook logo in an ad. Warren's ad violated that. Of course, in this context, it looks really, really bad. As Buzzfeed's Ryan Mac noted, this policy -- "which was ostensibly put in place for good reason, is interpreted without nuance."

Yup. Except, here's the thing, as we discussed on our podcast last year, it is literally impossible to invoke nuance when discussing moderation of content at scale. To handle the kind of scale that Facebook and other giant platforms deal with, you need to have thousands (and maybe tens of thousands) of content moderators, and they need to be trained in a manner that they will apply the same rules pretty consistently (which is already an impossible standard). In such a world, there is literally no room for nuance. A system that allows nuance is one that allows arbitrary decision making... leading to just more complaints of inconsistent content moderation.

And, frankly, for all of Warren's attempt to frame this as evidence that Facebook has "too much power" and is "dominated by a single censor," what actually played out suggests why that's inaccurate. These ads weren't getting much attention. Indeed, they had almost no money behind them. According to Buzzfeed, these ads weren't designed to reach a wide audience:

Facebook’s ad archive shows that the four ads had less than $100 in backing each, with three garnering fewer than 1,000 impressions and one garnering between 1,000 and 5,000 impressions.

And then what happened? The ads got taken down, and rather being "censored," the story went crazy viral through other sources, almost as if the Warren campaign maybe found some silly rule to violate just to make this kind of thing happen.... And, of course, the Streisand Effect then guaranteed that for basically a tiny ad spend, a ton more people now became aware of these ads.

I fully expect that the details and nuance here will be ignored by most -- and we'll keep hearing for months (or, possibly, years) about how this somehow "proves" Facebook either "censors critics" or is too dominant and can stifle a message. And, yet, all of the details show something very, very different. Content moderation at scale is impossible to do well, and when Facebook does (for totally different reasons) try to stifle a message (after receiving tons of pressure from people like Elizabeth Warren to better police political ads...), it suddenly became headline news across the political and tech news realms.

Again, there are all sorts of reasons to be concerned about Facebook's market position. And I'd love to see more competition in the market. But, can we at least not jump on the easy narrative when it's wrong, even if it "feels" good?



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          Så ska Spotify växa på podcastmarknaden      Cache   Translate Page      
En femtedel av all lyssning kommer inom några år vara annat än musik.
          Road Trippin'! Summer Travel Means Hitting The Open Highway      Cache   Translate Page      
(NewsUSA) - Ah, the familiar chant of "Are we there yet?" echoing from the back seat of a car. It's a refrain that has stood the test of time and one that sends most parents cringing while taking a family road trip.As the summer of 2018 kicks off, consider this: 68 percent of Americans are likely to go on vacation, and 85 percent of them will travel by car, based on data from a recent online survey of approximately 1,500 adults.While aspects of a road trip may be daunting, a majority of these travelers acknowledge that getting there is half the fun: 24 percent strongly agree, and 45 percent somewhat agree that getting to a vacation spot is often as enjoyable as being there.If you've ever wondered what goes on inside the car during a road trip, read on.A survey conducted by NACS, a trade association representing the convenience-store industry, reveals that most passengers want to be social: just over 60 percent report that they enjoy talking with fellow passengers and almost 80 percent cite listening together to music, podcasts, or audio books as favorite activities.However, when it's time to take a break, disagreements can arise, especially when it comes to meals and snacks. A convenience-store stop can be a simple solution.Today's convenience stores offer more than just gas and restrooms. Many serve a range of hot-meal options such as pizza and burgers, as well as customizable sandwiches, coffee, drinks, and smoothies, so passengers and drivers of every age and taste can find something to satisfy them.The NACS survey results show that the top three reasons for breaks during summer road trips are to:* Use the bathroom (96 percent).* Get gas (95 percent).* Buy food or drinks (91 percent)."There's only one place that can satisfy all three of the top reasons for stopping during a road trip: a convenience store," says Jeff Lenard, NACS vice president of strategic industry initiatives."From restrooms and fuel pumps to indulgent snacks and healthy options, you can stop once and make everyone happy. And that can certainly make a road trip more fun."However, regular breaks are an important part of road trips for safety as well as for practical reasons.Drivers need a quick and easy place to stand up and stretch, or to allow someone else to take the wheel. Kids get antsy and need to stretch, too - according to the NACS survey, approximately 45 percent of the in-car disagreements during road trips center on children fidgeting or arguing.Convenience stores provide all the services needed for long or short road-trip breaks in a safe, predictable environment.Many convenience stores offer easy access from major roads, so there's no struggle or lost time navigating to an unknown spot without any sense of the services available. Convenience stores offer clean, well-lit rest stops for single drivers, groups of friends, older adults, and families with children.Visit convenience.org/more for additional information about what convenience stores offer and how they can help make summer road trips smooth, safe, and enjoyable. 
          Pocket gets a makeover in v7.0 and improves listening feature      Cache   Translate Page      

 

Since it was acquired by Mozilla last year, Pocket has continued to be regularly updated with useful new features. Today's update to version 7.0.1.2 is the biggest for some time, and it comes with a visual refresh and a new listening experience — Pocket is trying to be more like a podcast app.

The ability to listen to content you might normally read is growing in popularity, especially as we can save time by listening while on the move or doing some other task.

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          Google app v8.22 beta adds new Sound Search widget, prepares auto-download for podcasts, Contributions page, Pixel Stand promotion, and more [APK Teardown]      Cache   Translate Page      
Google is rolling out v8.22 of its self-titled app. You'll now find a new widget for Sound Search hidden away, and a teardown includes several topics related to auto-downloading podcasts, Google Assistant for Households, a page for your contributions,...
          An update on the Android Police Podcast and our Twitch channel      Cache   Translate Page      
The Android Police Podcast has been running semi-regularly since 2012, but earlier this year we implemented some changes. Previously, the live streams were only available on the AP Podcast YouTube channel, with audio versions hosted on SoundCloud (and...
          Android Police is now on Twitch      Cache   Translate Page      

The Android Police Podcast has been running semi-regularly since 2012, with most of those episodes being recorded live on the AP Podcast YouTube channel. However, as some of you may know, Twitch is becoming an increasingly popular platform for talk shows and podcasts. As such, we have set up a channel at twitch.tv/androidpolice!

Twitch is the new home of the Android Police Podcast, but we will continue to stream to YouTube as well.

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          Android Police is now on Twitch      Cache   Translate Page      

The Android Police Podcast has been running semi-regularly since 2012, with most of those episodes being recorded live on the AP Podcast YouTube channel. However, as I'm sure many of you know, Twitch is where all the cool kids are streaming these days. As such, we have set up a channel at twitch.tv/androidpolice.

Twitch is the new home of the Android Police Podcast, but we will continue to stream to YouTube as well (we just won't be checking the YT chat).

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          Pocket Casts announces Web Player 2.0 Beta, adds many features from the Android app      Cache   Translate Page      

I listen to podcasts on an almost daily basis, (including the excellent Android Police podcast, of course) and for as long as I can remember, my app of choice has been Shifty Jelly's Pocket Casts. It's easy to use, has all the features you'd expect, and the design is great. The developer is always looking to improve the experience, and for me it, became a whole lot more useful once a web player was added.

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          How to CANCEL Subscriptions on iOS, Mac, and Apple TV      Cache   Translate Page      
SPONSOR: Go to http://brilliant.org/vector and sign up for free. First 200 people get 20% off the premium course! Apple News Premium is coming. Apple Video is coming. Maybe Apple Gaming as well. And that’s just the Apple stuff. Netflix. Amazon Prime. Hulu. Crave. Spotify. Adobe Creative Cloud. And more and more services and apps every day. It can be a lot. Especially to pay for. And the only way to stop yourself from paying a lot it to aggressively end anything you no longer find value in paying for. Here's how to review and cancel all the subscriptions you no longer want or need on iPhone, iPad, iTunes for Mac or Windows, and Apple TV. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/vectorshow?sub_confirmation=1 LINKS: Step by step instructions: https://www.imore.com/how-to-cancel-app-store-subscription-ipad-iphone-mac-apple-tv MORE: Gear: https://kit.com/reneritchie Web: http://www.imore.com/vector Podcast: http://applepodcasts.com/vector Twitter: https://twitter.com/reneritchie Instagram: https://instagram.com/reneritchie === Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL0OkRJam7o Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue, 12 Mar 2019 16:37:27 GMT Available for 30 days after download
          PODCAST: Choosing to Be Happy Even in Times of Challenge      Cache   Translate Page      
Rabbi Yom Tov Glaser explains happiness on Purim and all year round.
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          Dom, Meg & Randell Catchup Podcast For Wednesday March 13th 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

On today's episode - Meg got fat shamed online, producer Chang's awkward interview, we give away spots to Megs wedding and we ask women are you face shavers? 


          Revenge of the English Majors      Cache   Translate Page      
I don't think the English language is robust or thorough enough for me to convey my hatred, despisement, and loathing of English majors.  They are first and foremost lazy people who decide to major in a language they're already fluent in by the age of 4.  They are intellectual inferiors who think studying a subject to the point of atomic levels of anal retentive detail is a legitimate endeavor.  And worst of all they are fascist tyrants who lord their technical, but impractical, knowledge of petty rules and laws of a "language" over the rest of us who use the language to live our lives, not make it our lives, because we have lives...unlike English majors.

I cannot overstate how inferior English majors are or how much I hate their loathesome and laughably inferior selves.

But they are getting their revenge.  And in a way most of you have no clue about.

Normally and in the past English majors got their revenge upon society by torturing young children in the public schools.  Completely unemployable and worthless elsewhere, America's English majors taught "English" to 100% conversant and fluent English speaking kids.  Having no real value they focused on technicalities like the difference between adverbs and adjectives (I, as a professional author, still don't know the difference) and would likely masturbate themselves as they awarded C's and D's to young 10 year old children who were smarter and superior to them but still couldn't identify "dangling participles" or other truly irrelevant and pointless shit nobody ever cared about.  Most of these teachers were females and spinsters because to be something of worth in society takes effort, and ergo it's no shock the majority of English teachers were fat, bloated, middled aged women because to be comely and attractive takes effort.  But still, they got their retaliatory pound of flesh by essentially abusing the children of those who managed to breed, grating their skin over the pointless minutiae of the rules of English.

It wasn't fair, but these (predominantly) women ended up paying for their laziness and sloth.  They were fat.  They were miserable.  No man loved them.  No man wanted them.  All students hated them.  And truly, what society appreciates a nag, constantly pointing out your technical incorrectnesses?  These women died lonely, alone, and unloved, and I cannot think of a better prison sentence than that.  But do not think just because the last baby boomer English teacher spinster may be breathing her last breath at an unvisited government funded nursing home that the scourge of English majors has left us.  They are coming back in force.  And in an area you, I, and everybody else never asked for.

Social media.

I was first tipped off to the return of the English majors when nearly every book I wrote was flagged as having "errors" when KDP (aka "Kindle") was merged with Createspace (AKA "Amazon").  Never mind some of these books have been published for over a decade.  Thoroughly and adequately gone over by my wonderful staff of editors and friends.  And never mind nobody who purchased the books had an actual complaint.  No, some nitwit got a burr in their saddle and decided to go over ALL of my books and point out, via constant e-mail reminder, that there was a missing word, a missing comma, an errant "the" in my books.  And so I had to waste precious amounts of my time going online and correcting these minor typos that nobody ever complained about except Amazon.

But then it dawned on me.  It wasn't Amazon per se.  It certainly wasn't my readers.  But the anal retentive details, the complaining and nagging had the distinct genetic mark of my most loathed and detested enemy - english teachers.  It hasn't been for 30 years I got so much lecturing, nagging, and sermoning that it dawned on me a horrific reality that Amazon is hiring English majors to go over every nook and cranny, every sentence and word, every punctuation mark and hyphen of my decade-and-change worth of literary work all to catch a mere fucking typo.  And this, sadly, is an English major's wet dream come true.

Because if every book I've ever written is now getting the 3rd degree, where will it end?  It's already well known that social media companies like Facebook and YouTube use "censors" to edit and audit nearly ALL social media posts (which I think is a pointless endeavor).  Amazon is obviously hiring people to go over every word I've published with a fine comb.  But my main concern is the caliber and type of people who they're employing and I'm afraid I have my answer. Because it isn't cool libertarian economics majors letting authors be to write what they want when they want.  It isn't engineering majors who don't care about the details as long as the logic, message, and purpose of the book is right.  It's the worst, most vile, most evil, and tyrannical group of anti-thinking people you could even put in charge of a Department of Censorship

English Majors.

And heaven help us.

Much as I appreciate Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social media giants being private companies, I also am aware of the damaging effects of monopolies.  And while I'm quite libertarian in allowing them to ban, prohibited or do pretty much whatever they want with their platforms, the concept of employing CENSORS is appalling and I think gives right to the government to break them up.  But when you make those censors NOT freedom-loving-libertarians who value disagreement over accord, who are usually prone to letting people say what they want to say, but put the veritable antithesis of "social-nazis" in the form of English Majors as your censors, then go straight to hell.  Because that is where your platform and company are going - straight to hell.

I would have liked to have seen nearly all English majors get what they deserve - unemployment.  Miserable unemployment while working at a cafe or bar.  Egomanics who are lazy on top of it deserve no better.  But now there is an entire industry that will gainfully employ English majors and that is the social media "Censor Industry."  The modern day STASI.  The modern day Gestapo.  You have a bunch of lazy ego maniacs who are now going to burden the rest of us productive adults, who are trying to convey concepts, ideas, thoughts, and visions, with their pointless technical knowledge of linguistic law.  Us real adults who are producing real thoughts and production now have to be burdened and bothered with our adjectives, adverbs, dangling participles and "wrong-think."  And what was once the truly great and truly open environment of the internet, self-publishing, authoring, and social media NOW we have to contend with a gestapo agent in our midst lest we have a minor typo in our book or speak something that is wrong-think and caused some precious snowflake to be "offended."

I hated my English teachers before in my K-12 education. They were truly evil women whose evil was only outdone by their worthlessness.  I'm glad most of them are dead and I'm glad most of them were never happy.  But you fucking English majoring nazis who are nothing more than modern day STASI are not only worthless, but evil on a whole new level.  At best you put your English-majoring-egos ahead of ideas and value nitpicking irrelevant typos in true genuises' works.  At worst you're anti-free speech nazis who comb over people's posts and comments on social media, eliminating them because you lack the intelligence to merely disagree with another person's opinion.  In the end though that's all you'll ever be - English majors.

Worthless, lazy, pieces of shit who could never write a book, never come up with an original idea, and can only get off by pointing out the irrelevant mistakes of others.
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          Your Genetics Betray You      Cache   Translate Page      
 I am not much of one to believe in fateism, destiny, or prescribed futures.  I believe in the individual.  I believe in choice.  I believe that a man is more or less in control of his own destiny as long as you don't live under tyranny.

However, this doesn't mean I don't believe in the environment, genetics, predisposition, or epigenetics.  I acknowledge our environment, our parents, and our genetic lineage set some hard rules, parameters and boundaries within our lives that we all must abide by simply because we have no choice.  I will most likely die from cancer.  My theoretical future children would be short.  But at the same time they would also be spectacularly brilliant as yours truly.  These external realities are simply the rules we must abide by and the sooner you realize, accept, and acknowledge that, the better you'll do in life over all.

But there is an interesting grey area that arises for every man out there (and perhaps women too, but I cannot testify to that).  And that is where your genetic lineage and history has sculpted into your hard-wired psyche that there is the "perfect woman."  A "true love."  Where a girl of a particular affliction, demeanor, candor, and character waltzes is, strikes you dumb, and you are all but helpless to fall for her.

So let me explain my theory as to why your genetics betray you.

I have no scientific proof. This is merely a theory.  But you, me, and everybody else is a product of millions of years of evolution, but more importantly, individual experiences of our thousands of forefathers.  Thousands of our forefathers saw saber tooth tigers and developed and honed the INCREDIBLE AND IMMEDIATE response to go into a defense mode, an attack mode, and do all that is within our ability to avoid getting killed by saber toothed tigers.  And just as those experiences repeated over time has resulted in an auto-matic genetic instinct that goes so fast we don't have the ability to understand it as it happens, so to do I argue somewhere in your lineage a great great great great grandfather of yours fell head over heels in love with some quaint, darling, dainty dame who was so beautiful, so perfect, so wonderful, your forefather had no choice to fall for her completely.

Normally, this is the point in time that we explain where the girl betrayed him.  Pulled the rug out from underneath him.  Pulled the ball out from Charlie Brown.  And thus your fore father learned his lesson.

But that didn't happen.

Somewhere, along your genetic lineage was a man who fell in true spectacular love with a woman, and even if it was a one off event, it was so powerful, so amazing, so true, that his experiences were thoroughly and forever scorched into your genetic lineage and psyche.  And if you think about the statistics and math of this nearly every single male has the genetic code of a forefather who found a true and wonderfully amazing woman.  And so powerful was that experience, 200, 500, 3,000 years later this genetic experience is now part of your psyche.  And not only part of your psyche today, but I would argue (as men are the eternal optimists) we now have part of our genetic code to go and find such a girl as they are so rare, but so valuable, we'll blow multiple generations of men to find merely one in a score of generations.

Every man reading this right now knows precisely what I'm talking about.

For example there was a redhead at a bar in St. Paul who, within the first 5 seconds of seeing her, an uncontrollable response came from my entire being saying "I need to have her." You no doubt have walked about the normal course of your day, minding your own business, when FLASH, BAAMM! ALAKAZAM! some girl who you hadn't even uttered a single word to commanded a psychological, physical, and uncontrollable emotional response from you.  And perhaps it wasn't coincidence, but a tortured circumstance where you were working with, studying next to, or otherwise placed near a girl that fired your up by her mere presence.  Not a single word needs be said. She has the traits, characteristics, and similarities to the woman your great great great forefather fell fore, and when you see said traits, his genetics fire up because that was the most enjoyable, lively, and purposed point of existence in ALL of your genetic lineage.

There's just one problem.  Your genetics betray you.

The red head I met in St. Paul no doubt had the characteristics and mannerisms that at one time fired the passions of a great great grandfather of mine somewhere in the past.  But she wasn't that amazing woman that forever scribed part of my genetic code.  She was another hipster, St. Paul "artist" who was dating a tatted up, unemployed loser who could only afford a bike in Minnesota for transportation.  She was a loser and constantly needed money from her elder sister.

The brunette you fell hard for, for reasons you can't understand, is also a single mom of three different fathers, loaded with student debt and an attitude that makes her insufferable today.  Yes, perhaps she walks the way the woman from 500 years ago walked that enthralled your great great great great great great grandfather, but that is not the same woman.

And yes, that latina goddess has the same eyes and demeanor as some woman who long ago in your genetic past made a forefather of yours slay a thousand men and truly made him happy.  But that is her eyes and demeanor.  Not her communist voting, her love for the state, or her adherence to feminism.  Like Afro-Samurai's dad, that is not your father.  That is something else.

It is a guarantee that, like me, you will meet more than one woman who shares some kind of genetic similarities to a truly amazing and wonderful woman that made a man's life in your genetic lineage one of the best lives ever.  The trick is to have your frontal cortex override your genetics and entire hindbrain and realize there is no such thing as "chemistry."  That woman that you "must have" is NOT the genetic angel and goddess from many generations past in your life, but a symbiant, a doppleganger, and nothing close.

Men today need to have the intelligence and independent thought to not let their genetics betray them.  YOu need to realize that the majority of women today are more concerned about their careers, educations, politics and themselves than you that it is nearly impossible to find the 1-in-a-million woman some past relative of yours had which prompts an idealistic epigenetic gene in you today.  The key is to immediately check yourself once you undescribably start falling for a girl when you haven't even spoken one word to her.  I'm not saying don't take the chance, but realize that what's happening is your forefathers genetics are speaking.  Not the girl.  Because once she does, you'll quickly find out she's not the goddess your genetics are screaming she is.

The trick is to be smarter than your genetics and assess her cooly and accurately.  Not emotionally.  And not genetically.
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          Respawn Shoots Down Apex Legends Character Leaks - IGN Daily Fix      Cache   Translate Page      
Respawn shuts down Apex Legends leaks, the final hours of Fox's acquisition, and a new Aladdin trailer!
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DMC5 gets censored on PS4, Sekiro's launch trailer, and the good boys trailer is NSFW.
          Fantasy Baseball Podcast: Top 100 Starters For 2019 Fantasy Baseball      Cache   Translate Page      
It's the end of the beginning today on the Razz pod, as we begin our ascent into the Top 100 Starters for 2019 fantasy baseball. We hit on the aces, we hit on the former aces you shouldn't draft, we hit on the tiers Grey is targeting, and we talk about ourselves a lot. It's beautiful, it's madness, it's a podcast about 50 pitchers, 29 of them are headed to the DL, the other 21 are coming off the DL. Oops!!! I said DL, pardon me, injury list! Anyway, we talk the top 50 pitchers and a ton of draft strategy. It's the latest episode of the Razzball Podcast.
          Episode 448 Scott Adams: 80% of How to Play Drums in 20 Minutes      Cache   Translate Page      

Topics:  The bigger lesson is online training The best instructor online, is better than an average in person instructor I fund my Periscopes and podcasts via audience micro-donations on Patreon. I prefer this method over accepting advertisements or working for a “boss” somewhere because it keeps my voice independent. No one owns me, and that […]

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          Alerta Vermelho #155 - Titãs: A HQ e as adaptações      Cache   Translate Page      

A série live action Titans estreou e neste podcast comentamos sobre seus acertos, erros e as origens nos quadrinhos da DC

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Aperte o play e vem ouvir nossas considerações finais no último podcast da terceira temporada de True Detective

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No penúltimo episódio de True Detective não faltaram revelações, mas também sobraram mistérios

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          Alerta de Spoiler #85 - Alita: Anjo de Combate      Cache   Translate Page      

Será que finalmente uma adaptação de mangá faz jus a obra original? Aperte o play e vem conferir nossas impressões de Alita!

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          Alerta Vermelho #154 - Oscar: Os Indicados a Melhor Filme em 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

Vem já ouvir nosso podcast sobre os indicados a melhor filme no Oscar 2019!

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          Minicast True Detective S03E06      Cache   Translate Page      

Chegando na reta final da temporada, True Detective vai revelando os pontos mais macabros de sua trama

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Será que a terceira temporada de True Detective é um emaranhado de falsas memórias?

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          Alerta Vermelho #153 - Shyamalanverso      Cache   Translate Page      

Depois de 18 anos, Shyamalan finalmente apresenta a esperada continuação de Corpo Fechado. Pra comemorar a estreia de Vidro, vem ouvir nosso podcast sobre a o Shyamalanverso!

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          Minicast True Detective S03E03e04      Cache   Translate Page      

Mais dois episódios da terceira temporada de True Detective ganham espaço no nosso podcast! Vem ouvir!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #84 - Creed 2      Cache   Translate Page      

Creed está de volta aos cinemas com um segundo filme que promete dar um novo significado a um dos filmes mais criticados da franquia Rocky

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          Minicast True Detective S03E01e02      Cache   Translate Page      

True Detective está de volta e no primeiro podcast sobre a terceira temporada, comentamos as nossas expectativas para a série! Aperta o play!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #83 - Homem-Aranha no Aranhaverso      Cache   Translate Page      

Aranhaverso é mesmo o melhor filme do Homem-Aranha? O melhor filme de super-herói do ano? Vem descobrir no podcast!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #82 - O Retorno de Mary Poppins e Bumblebee      Cache   Translate Page      

Será que a nova Mary Poppins faz jus ao clássico? E o Bumblebee? É mesmo o melhor filme da franquia Transformers? Aperte o play e vem conferir no podcast da semana!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #81 - Aquaman      Cache   Translate Page      

Aquaman é o filme que vai salvar a DC no cinema? Vem ouvir o podcast para descobrir! Ah, e ouça este programa até o final!

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          Alerta Vermelho #152 - Mary Poppins      Cache   Translate Page      

Já assistiu Mary Poppins? Não? Então vem conhecer esse clássico no nosso podcast e se prepare para ao novo filme!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #80 - Animais Fantásticos: Os Crimes de Grindelwald      Cache   Translate Page      

A magia voltou, mas será que o novo Animais Fantásticos faz jus ao trabalho de J.K. Rowling? Ouça o podcast e descubra!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #79 - Millennium: A Garota na Teia de Aranha      Cache   Translate Page      

A saga Millennium voltou aos cinemas, mas será que A Garota na Teia de Aranha faz jus à franquia?

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          Alerta de Spoiler #78 - Bohemian Rhapsody      Cache   Translate Page      

É vida real ou só fantasia? Vem conferir nosso podcast sobre Bohemian Rhapsody, a cinebiografia do Queen!

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          Alerta Vermelho #151 - Pink Floyd The Wall      Cache   Translate Page      

"Together we Stand, Divided we Fall" - O que The Wall e o Pink Floyd tem a nos ensinar sobre fascismo

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          Alerta de Spoiler #77 - Venom      Cache   Translate Page      

Depois de muita espera, Venom finalmente ganha seu filme solo! Vem ouvir o podcast e descubra o que achamos!

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          Alerta Vermelho #150 - Indiana Jones      Cache   Translate Page      

Pra comemorar os 150 podcasts do Alerta Vermelho, vamos comentar a franquia Indiana Jones! Aperta o play!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #76 - O Predador      Cache   Translate Page      

O resgate da franquia Predador faz jus ao original? Aperta o play e vem descobrir!

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          Alerta Vermelho #149 - Perfect Blue      Cache   Translate Page      

Aperte o play no nosso podcast sobre Perfect Blue, um marco da animação japonesa dos anos 90!

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          Alerta Vermelho #148 - A Franquia Pânico      Cache   Translate Page      

Neste programa, muita nostalgia em uma discussão bem-humorada sobre a franquia Pânico!

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          Alerta Vermelho #147 - Legion: A Segunda Temporada      Cache   Translate Page      

No podcast da segunda temporada, comentamos os vários acertos de Legion, a adaptação diferentona dos mutantes da Marvel

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Novo longa de Missão: Impossível eleva ainda mais o nível da franquia e apresenta as melhores sequências de ação do ano até agora

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A segunda temporada de Luke Cage foi tão boa que nos animou a gravar um podcast!

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Em final de temporada covarde e desonesto, The Handmaid's Tale confirma que fará o que for preciso para não avançar sua trama

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          Alerta de Spoiler #74 - Homem-Formiga e a Vespa      Cache   Translate Page      

Continuação do divertido longa original coloca mais humor na Marvel, fazendo de Homem-Formiga e a Vespa seu exemplar mais família

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Aproveitamos a estreia da aguardada continuação para comentar a franquia Os Incríveis!

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Faltando muito pouco para o fim da temporada, The Handmaid's Tale falha em apresentar motivos para os espectadores continuarem a investir na série

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Em ponto alto da temporada, The Handmaid's Tale faz uso de toda competência de sua protagonista e da abstração para desenvolver uma situação angustiante

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Mesmo com um episódio problemático, Westworld chega ao fim da segunda temporada repleto de boas ideias e caminhos promissores

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Com a ingrata tarefa de continuar um filme ruim, Reino Ameaçado chega a surpreender, graças a competente e inventiva direção de J.A. Bayona

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Elisabeth Moss dá um show de interpretação, mas só isso basta?

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Chegando nos momentos finais, a segunda temporada de Westworld continua surpreendendo

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A segunda temporada de The Handmaid's Tale parece finalmente ter encontrado seu tom

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Westworld apresenta uma jornada romântica sobre estereótipos

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          Alerta Vermelho #144 - Karatê Kid: A Saga no Cinema e na TV      Cache   Translate Page      

Saga fundamental para a formação de uma geração inteira, Karatê Kid é o assunto desse podcast, que também comenta a série Cobra Kai

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Finalmente a segunda temporada traz um episódio com o nível que a série demonstrou em seu primeiro ano!

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Episódio de Westworld dedica boa parte de seu tempo a ação e a responder perguntas. Será que funcionou?

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Quando o espectador começa a investir na série, The Handmaid's Tale parece deixar de investir no seu público

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Westworld avança sua trama e Bernard encontra um velho amigo em mais um episódio da série! Vem ouvir o podcast!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #72 - Han Solo: Uma História Star Wars      Cache   Translate Page      

Han Solo: Uma História Star Wars pode estar longe de ser o melhor filme da franquia, mas surge como uma aventura descompromissada e honesta.

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The Handmaid's Tale finalmente chega a um ponto importante que pode virar o jogo na temporada!

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          Minicast Westworld S02E05      Cache   Translate Page      

Será que o Shogun World superou as expectativas? Vem ouvir nosso podcast de Westworld e confira nossas impressões do episódio mais recente!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #71 - Deadpool 2      Cache   Translate Page      

Aperte o play e confira nosso podcast sobre Deadpool 2. A segunda vez é ainda melhor?

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Torture porn ou crítica social? Será que The Handmaid's Tale sabe a diferença?

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Westworld entrega um de seus melhores episódios e o resultado é um podcast cheio de discussões filosóficas

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          Alerta Vermelho #143 - Ash Vs Evil Dead: A Terceira Temporada      Cache   Translate Page      

Ash Vs Evil Dead chegou ao fim e agora é hora de comentar a última temporada!

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Sim, The Handmaid's Tale continua relevante e cheia de significados, mas as decisões do roteiro podem ofuscar a mensagem?

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No terceiro episódio, Westworld introduz um novo parque e ainda retorna a um velho conhecido dos fãs

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Série avança trazendo consequências penosas para a protagonista. Mas será que The Handmaid's Tale é só sofrimento?

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No segundo episódio da temporada, Westworld leva o espectador ao passado e mostra o começo da transformação de um de seus mais emblemáticos personagens

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          Alerta de Spoiler #70 - Vingadores: Guerra Infinita      Cache   Translate Page      

Novo Vingadores é a culminação de 10 anos da Marvel no cinema. Mas será que valeu a espera?

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Na estreia da segunda temporada, The Handmaid's Tale não perde tempo e traz mudanças significativas na vida de sua protagonista

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Com o retorno de Westworld, volta também o Minicast semanal sobre a temporada! Vem ouvir!

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          Alerta Vermelho #142 - The Handmaid's Tale: A Primeira Temporada      Cache   Translate Page      

Uma das séries mais incômodas dos últimos tempos. Vem conferir o podcast sobre o primeiro ano de The Handmaid's Tale

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          Alerta Vermelho #141 - As Adaptações de Street Fighter      Cache   Translate Page      

Um podcast super nostálgico sobre os filmes, séries e animes de Street Fighter!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #69 - Jogador Nº 1      Cache   Translate Page      

Steven Spielberg mostra toda sua energia em filme que dialoga com várias gerações

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No último podcast sobre Arquivo X, comentamos sobre o fraco encerramento para uma temporada sólida!

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          Alerta Vermelho #140 - Star Wars: Rebels      Cache   Translate Page      

Comentamos sobre uma das produções mais interessantes do Universo Star Wars! Vem ouvir nosso podcast sobre Rebels!

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Inspirada pelo mito do vampirismo, Arquivo X surge com um bom conceito em episódio meio descartável

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Arquivo X volta às origens com episódio que parece saído diretamente dos anos 90

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Um dos melhores filmes de 2017, Projeto Flórida chega tímido aos cinemas, mas com toda pompa e circunstância no Cine Alerta

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Em conto sobre os perigos da tecnologia, Arquivo X aposta no modo Black Mirror e entrega um dos melhores episódios da temporada

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          Alerta Vermelho #139 - Oscar 2018: Trama Fantasma e A Forma da Água      Cache   Translate Page      

Duas obras-primas encerram nossa jornada pelos indicados a Melhor Filme no Oscar 2018

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          Alerta de Spoiler #67 - Pantera Negra      Cache   Translate Page      

Aperta o play e vem descobrir se Pantera Negra é tudo isso mesmo! Será que temos mais um acerto Marvel?

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          Alerta Vermelho #138 - Oscar 2018: Lady Bird e Três Anúncios para um Crime      Cache   Translate Page      

No terceiro podcast sobre os indicados a melhor filme no Oscar 2018, nossa discussão mais acalorada até agora!

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No final de temporada, Star Trek: Discovery consegue encontrar espaço para fanservices e resoluções fáceis demais para conflitos em grande escala

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          Alerta Vermelho #137 - Oscar 2018: Corra! e Me Chame Pelo Seu Nome      Cache   Translate Page      

No segundo podcast sobre os indicados a Melhor Filme, comentamos gratas surpresas do Oscar 2018

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Em episódio cheio de altos e baixos, Arquivo X falha em entregar o que promete, mas tem lá suas boas ideias

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Mais alguns momentos decepcionantes marcam Star Trek Discovery em seu penúltimo episódio

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          Alerta Vermelho #136 - Oscar 2018: O Destino de Uma Nação e The Post      Cache   Translate Page      

Vem curtir nosso primeiro podcast sobre o Oscar 2018!

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Episódio escrito por James Wong traz o melhor que Arquivo X pode oferecer, mas também dá um jeito de trazer o pior

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Até quando o episódio não é ruim, Star Trek: Discovery consegue deixar o espectador bem desanimado com o futuro da série

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Aperte o play e vem curtir nosso podcast sobre o pior filme de todos os tempos!

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Quem está acompanhando Arquivo X viu nascer um pequeno clássico da série na última semana! Comentamos tudo neste podcast!

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Star Trek: Discovery segue em sua jornada pelo provável e pelos mistérios que todo mundo já solucionou

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Chris Carter escreve episódio "monstro da semana" e resgata os elementos mais marcantes de Arquivo X

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Episódio revela o que todo mundo já sabia e Star Trek Discovery dá muitos passos para trás em seu desenvolvimento

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          Alerta Vermelho #134 - Jumanji      Cache   Translate Page      

Neste podcast, comentamos Jumanji, o filme original e sua bem-sucedida sequência. Aperte o play e sinta a nostalgia!

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Com um segundo episódio mais eficiente, a nova temporada de Arquivo X mostra que pode, sim, ter seus momentos interessantes

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Retorno para a metade final da primeira temporada se mostra promissor para Star Trek: Discovery

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O retorno de Arquivo X tenta corrigir os erros do final da última temporada e tropeça novamente

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          Alerta Vermelho #133 - Predador      Cache   Translate Page      

Uma das franquias de sci-fi mais adoradas dos últimos 30 anos, Predador finalmente virou tema de um Alerta Vermelho! Aperta o play!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #66 - Star Wars: Os Últimos Jedi      Cache   Translate Page      

Mais um capítulo da saga Star Wars chega aos cinemas, desta vez repleto de polêmicas. Mas, afinal, esse filme é bom ou não?

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          Alerta Vermelho #132 - Mortal Kombat e suas Adaptações para Cinema e TV      Cache   Translate Page      

É isso mesmo! Gravamos um programa sobre as adaptações de Mortal Kombat para o audiovisual!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #65 - Liga da Justiça      Cache   Translate Page      

E será que o filme responsável por unir os heróis da DC deu liga?

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No último episódio do ano, Star Trek Discovery dá passos largos para resolver sua trama principal e já cria a base para a próxima aventura da tripulação!

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Episódio mais fraco da temporada evidencia os problemas de Discovery

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          Alerta Vermelho #131 - O Exorcista      Cache   Translate Page      

Um grande clássico do cinema finalmente discutido no Alerta Vermelho! Chegou a hora do podcast de O Exorcista!

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Discovery usa um conceito já batido de ficção científica de forma criativa e surge com seu melhor episódio até aqui

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          Alerta de Spoiler #64 - Thor - Ragnarok      Cache   Translate Page      

O terceiro longa do Thor é realmente diferente ou só disfarça bem a mesmice?

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No que pode ser considerado o melhor episódio de Discovery, a série traz muitas respostas e um belo desenvolvimento de personagens

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          Alerta Vermelho #130 - Preacher: A Segunda Temporada      Cache   Translate Page      

Segunda temporada de Preacher encontra o tom e veio repleta de blasfêmias e profanação. Do jeito que tem que ser!

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Star Trek: Discovery evoluiu a cada semana, mas ainda tem problema pontuais! Ouça já o podcast!

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A trama de Star Trek Discovery continua se desenvolvendo em mais um episódio bastante interessante

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          Alerta de Spoiler #63 - Blade Runner 2049      Cache   Translate Page      

Depois de 35 anos de espera, a continuação de um clássico sci-fi finalmente chegou aos cinemas. Mas Blade Runner 2049 é tudo isso mesmo?

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Em seu terceiro episódio, Star Trek: Discovery apresenta sua nave e uma tripulação cheia de mistérios!

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Começamos mais uma jornada de podcasts semanais! Vem curtir Star Trek Discovery com a gente!

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          Alerta Vermelho #129 - Narcos: A Terceira Temporada      Cache   Translate Page      

Sem Escobar a terceira temporada de Narcos provou que tem fôlego pra mais algum tempo!

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          Alerta Vermelho #128 - Os Defensores      Cache   Translate Page      

A esperada reunião dos heróis Marvel/Netflix chegou! Mas Os Defensores faz jus ao hype?

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Twin Peaks chega ao final como a obra mais interessante, e talvez a mais importante, de 2017

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          Alerta de Spoiler #62 - Atômica      Cache   Translate Page      

Longa com Charlize Theron é pura ação e um dos filmes mais divertidos do ano. Vem conferir o podcast sobre Atômica

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Muito perto do fim, Twin Peaks encontra a catarse em um de seus momentos mais esperados.

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A sétima temporada de GoT chega ao fim e comentamos os erros e acertos deste ano e, principalmente, tudo que adoramos na série!

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Escute já o podcast e venha reviver o turbilhão de emoções que foi este episódio de Twin Peaks

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Game of Thrones trouxe seu momento mais constrangedor na temporada e a discussão rendeu!

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          Alerta Vermelho #127 - O Quinto Elemento      Cache   Translate Page      

Aproveitando a estreia recente de Valerian, um podcast para relembrar O Quinto Elemento!

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Twin Peaks entrega mais uma pequena obra-prima da TV em 2017 e a gente nem consegue acreditar que falta tão pouco pra acabar

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Hora de Game of Thrones dar um respiro antes da batalha.

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Twin Peaks volta a sua normalidade, o que significa muito mistério e bizarrices!

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Lembram daquela época que a gente precisava esperar até o nono episódio por uma batalha em Game of Thrones?

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          Alerta de Spoiler #61 - Planeta dos Macacos: A Guerra      Cache   Translate Page      

Planeta dos Macacos mostra porque é uma das franquias mais cultuadas dos últimos anos e se propõe a um final épico e poderoso!

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Teria sido o episódio 12 de Twin Peaks o mais difícil de render um podcast?

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Os episódios de GoT estão cada vez mais urgentes e acelerados. Mas será que isso é bom mesmo? Vem descobrir em mais um podcast!

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          Alerta de Spoiler #60 - Dunkirk      Cache   Translate Page      

E o novo filme de Christopher Nolan é tudo que estão dizendo? Ouça o podcast e descubra porque Dunkirk tem dado o que falar entre os críticos!

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Neste programa discutimos a presença da terceira temporada de Twin Peaks na obra de David Lynch e, claro, os eventos do episódio 11!

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Segundo episódio da sétima temporada de GoT já oferece uma grande batalha! E prepara o caminho pra AQUELE encontro!

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Nossa missão continua: vem ouvir o podcast que tenta desvendar os mistérios do retorno de Twin Peaks no décimo episódio da série!

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Game of Thrones voltou e o nosso podcast também! Vem já ouvir a discussão sobre o início da sétima temporada!

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Um retorno a normalidade em Twin Peaks, se é que uma obra do Lynch pode ter algo minimamente normal

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          Alerta de Spoiler #59 - Homem-Aranha: De Volta ao Lar      Cache   Translate Page      

Neste podcast sobre Homem-Aranha: De Volta ao lar discutimos: será que a versão do personagem no MCU é tão espetacular como andam dizendo?

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Vem conferir o podcast com uma lista de alguns dos melhores filmes sobre esporte que você vai encontrar por aí!

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Confuso com o oitavo episódio de Twin Peaks? No podcast da semana, tentamos desvendar os mistérios que David Lynch preparou!

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No podcast sobre o final de temporada de Fargo, comentamos sobre tudo que funcionou em mais essa empreitada da série

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Episódio é o que mais lembra os melhores momentos da série original de Twin Peaks

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Jey Mbiro speaks about the difference between the poor and spiritual poverty, as well as how the local church can be a powerful force for love. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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No podcast sobre o final de temporada de American Gods, vem descobrir o que achamos do gancho para o próximo ano e da série em geral!

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Demorou, mas finalmente saiu nosso podcast sobre John Wick, falando dos dois filmes!

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Conforme se aproxima do final, Fargo exibe características cada vez mais próximas do que a série sempre teve de melhor

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A cada semana de Twin Peaks, David Lynch nos desafia a tirar algum sentido de todo o mistério

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O penúltimo episódio da temporada de American Gods investe em uma abordagem incomum. Será que funciona?

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Estamos diante do melhor episódio da terceira temporada de Fargo?

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Twin Peaks se beneficiaria melhor se fosse série pra binge-watching? Isso e muito mais no podcast desta semana!

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American Gods chega a sua sexta semana em episódio com polêmicas!

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A DC acertou, apesar de não ser um filme perfeito! Vem ouvir nossos comentários sobre Mulher-Maravilha!

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Fargo entrega mais um ótimo episódio e destaca o choque de realidade em alguns personagens

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Segunda semana de Twin Peaks desafia o espectador a tentar montar um quebra-cabeças que parece ficar mais difícil a cada peça encaixada

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Apesar de trazer alguns problemas na narrativa, American Gods surge muito eficiente em mais um episódio!

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No episódio que traz o ponto de virada da terceira temporada, Fargo entrega momentos genuinamente tensos e a confirmação de uma tragédia anunciada.

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Twin Peaks está de volta, então vem conferir o primeiro podcast sobre a nova versão da série de David Lynch

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Comentamos o episódio que Neil Gaiman já declarou ser o seu preferido de American Gods!

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Fargo chegou na metade da temporada e as tramas vão se encontrando cada vez mais num episódio repleto de acontecimentos.

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          Alerta Vermelho #124 - Twin Peaks: A Série Original      Cache   Translate Page      

Antes de conferir a estreia da nova temporada, vem relembrar ou conhecer mais sobre Twin Peaks neste podcast!

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American Gods entrega um episódio repleto de momentos visuais belíssimos e sua trama começa a tomar forma e dar indícios de suas ambições.

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Novo longa da franquia Alien fica apenas na promessa e não consegue sair do lugar comum

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As tramas de Fargo finalmente começam a se encontrar em um episódio tecnicamente impecável!

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Segundo episódio mantém a qualidade do piloto, mas American Gods precisa fazer mais para segurar o público

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Fargo segue surpreendendo e parte para um caminho totalmente inesperado no terceiro episódio

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          Our Holy Father Theophanes the Confessor (818)      Cache   Translate Page      
He was born in 760 to an illustrious and very wealthy family — he was a kinsman of the Emperor Leo the Isaurian. In early life he lived in great luxury, married, and became a member of the Emperor's court. Later, with his wife's consent, he abandoned his home, his fortune and his rank to live humbly in a monastery. (His wife also entered monastic life; both of them entered monasteries that they had established with their wealth). Theophanes, though accustomed to a life of splendor and ease, joyfully lived as the lowest of monks for many years. He became so well-known for his faith, purity and wisdom that he was invited to the Seventh Ecumenical Council at Nicaea in 787. He prayed unceasingly for the sick and distressed, and was granted the gift of wonder working: his prayers healed all kinds of illnesses, but especially mania and madness. When he himself fell seriously ill for a long period, he refused to pray for his own healing, but accepted his infirmity with thanksgiving.   When a second iconoclast period arose under the Emperor Leo the Armenian, Theophanes, who was widely known for his defense of the holy icons, was taken to Constantinople and imprisoned under extremely harsh conditions for two years. The Emperor then sent him into exile on the island of Samothrace. There, his body broken by his cruel imprisonment, he lived for only twenty-three days before giving up his soul to God.

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With NC State football heading into the ACC Tournament, the Wolfpack football team one week into spring camp, wrestling winning the ACC Championship and baseball remaining undefeated, it was a busy weekend in Raleigh. Cory Smith and Michael Clark discuss the most important topics surrounding the Pack on the latest Pack Pride Podcast.

Does NC State need one or two wins in the ACC Tournament to get off the bubble? Who stood out in spring camp? How important is NC State vs. FSU at Doak Field?

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Mike Tyson speaks about boxing Legend Muhammad Ali while on the Michael Rapaport Podcast. Tyson says Ali was "tough as nails" and would "fight you to death". While speaking on his Ali's career Tyson started to get emotional and says "Ali is the real die, he would die for this shit, I'm not going to die for this". Posted By Persist

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In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks at NVIDIA's acquisition of Mellanox. "This called for an emergency session of our crack panel. While it will be several months before the full impact of this merger is felt, the RFHPC team believes this will change both the HPC and the Datacenter markets. It also signals Nvidia's journey towards becoming more of a systems company and gives them a better shot at the enterprise AI market."

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Family sexual abuse and the lessons of Leaving Neverland. by Dan Savage

My grandfather was a pillar of the community and beloved by his family. He was also sexually abusive. He died when I was a child. I remember only one incident happening to me—during a cuddle session, he encouraged me to put my mouth on his penis, and then told me to let it be our little secret. I heard rumors as an adult that he molested other kids in the neighborhood. He also had a sexual relationship with my mother. She says nothing happened as a child. But as an adult, he started telling her he loved her in a romantic way. He told her he wanted to take nude Polaroids of her, and she let him. And she loved him—she and her sisters all pretty much idolized him. My one aunt knew (she said nothing happened to her), and I asked her how she reconciled that. She said she compartmentalized it—she thought he was a wonderful father and didn't really think about the other stuff. I did lots of therapy in the late 1980s and early '90s. I read books, I journaled, I talked to my mom and tried to understand what she experienced. And I moved on as much as anyone could. So now it's 2019 and I'm almost 50. My mom just moved into a nursing home, and while cleaning out her drawers, I found the Polaroids my grandfather took of her. I know it was him because he is in some of them, taken into a mirror as she goes down on him. They were taken over a period of years. She had led me to believe he never really did anything sexual with her besides taking photos. But he did. And here's the thing, Dan: In the photos, she looks happy. I know she was probably acting, because that's what he wanted from her. But it just makes me question my assumptions. Was it terrible abuse or forbidden love? Both? What am I looking at? What would I prefer—that she enjoyed it or that she didn't? She kept the photos. Were they fond memories? I know she loved him. She kind of fell apart when he died. Was he a fucking manipulator who had a gift for making his victims feel loved and special as he exploited them for his own selfish needs? I don't know if I'm going to bring this up with my mom. She's old and sick, and I dragged her through these types of conversations in my 20s. So I'm writing you. This is so far out of most people's experience, and I want someone who has heard more sexual secrets than probably anyone else in the world to tell me what he thinks.

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I think you should sit down and watch all four hours of Leaving Neverland, the new HBO documentary by British filmmaker Dan Reed. It focuses on the experiences of Wade Robson and James Safechuck, two now-adult men who were sexually abused by pop star Michael Jackson when they were boys. Allegedly. It's an important film to watch, WOE, but it's not an easy one to watch, as it includes graphic descriptions of the sexual abuse both men claim to have suffered as boys.

The second most disturbing part of the film after the graphic descriptions of child rape—or the third most disturbing part after the credulity/culpability of Robson's and Safechuck's parents—may be what the men have to say about Jackson. Both describe their abuser in romantic terms. They both say they loved Jackson. And they both remain deeply conflicted about their feelings for Jackson then and their feelings for him now. It was their affection for Jackson—their desire to protect him and to safeguard what Jackson convinced both of them was a secret and a bond they shared—that led both men to lie to law-enforcement officials when Jackson was accused of sexually abusing different boys.

You should also listen to Reed's interview on The Gist, Mike Pesca's terrific daily podcast. Reading your letter the morning after I watched Leaving Neverland reminded me of something Reed said to Pesca: "What the film is about is the reckoning. It's two families coming to terms with what happened to their sons. And a big part of understanding that, you know—so why the silence? Why did the sons keep silent for so long? Why did they keep the secret? And the key really is to be able to explain why Wade gave false witness and perjured himself on the witness stand. And the reason for that, of course, has to do with how survivors of sexual abuse experience that. And how they keep a secret and how they sometimes form deep attachments with the abuser and how that attachment persists into adult life."

Your mother, like Robson and Safechuck, lied to protect her abuser, a man who abused her and abused you and probably many others. She may have held on to those photos for the same reason Robson and Safechuck say they defended Jackson: She loved her father, and she was so damaged by what he did to her—she had been so expertly groomed by her abuser—that she felt "loved" and "special" in the same way that Jackson's alleged abuse once made Robson and Safechuck feel loved and special. So as horrifying as it is to contemplate, WOE, your mother may have held on to those photos because they do represent what are, for her, "fond memories." And while it would be a comfort to think she held on to those photos as proof for family members who doubted her story if she ever decided to tell the truth, her past defenses of her father work against that explanation.

Leaving Neverland demonstrates that sexual abuse plants a ticking time bomb inside a person—shit, sorry, no passive language. Leaving Neverland demonstrates that sexual predators like your grandfather and like Jackson—fucking manipulators with a gift for making their victims feel loved and special—plant ticking time bombs in their victims. Even if a victim doesn't initially experience their abuse as a violation and as violence, WOE, a reckoning almost inevitably comes. One day, the full horror of what was done to them snaps into focus. These reckonings can shatter lives, relationships, and souls.

It doesn't sound like your mother ever had her reckoning—that day never came for her—and so she never came to grips with what was done to her and, tragically, what was done to you. And your aunt wasn't the only member of your family who "didn't really think about the other stuff." Just as denial and compartmentalization enabled Jackson and facilitated his crimes (and allowed the world to enjoy Jackson's music despite what was staring us all in the face), denial and compartmentalization allowed your "pillar of the community" grandfather to rape his daughter, his granddaughter, and scores of other children. Like Robson and Safechuck, WOE, you have a right to be angry with the adults in your family who failed to protect you from a known predator. That some of them were also his victims provides context, but it does not exonerate them.

I'm glad your grandfather died when you were young. It's tempting to wish he'd never been born, WOE, but then you would never have been born, and I'm glad you're here. I'm particularly glad you're there, right now, embedded in your damaged and damaging family. By telling the truth, you're shattering the silence that allowed an abuser to groom and prey on children across multiple generations of your family. Your grandfather can't victimize anyone else, WOE, but by speaking up—by refusing to look the other way—you've made it harder for other predators to get away with what your grandfather did.

P.S. There's a moment in the credits for Leaving Neverland that I think you might want to replicate. It involves some things one of Jackson's alleged victims saved and a fire pit. You'll know what I mean when you see it.


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          107 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: March 12-17, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
by Stranger Things To Do Staff
Welcome spring with brightly colored gulal at this weekends Holi Hai, a celebration of the Indian festival of color.
Welcome spring with brightly colored gulal at this weekend's Holi Hai, a celebration of the Indian festival of color. Shutterstock

Our arts critics have already recommended 49 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 39 best music shows, but there are still hundreds more events happening. To prevent some of the quirkier and more extraordinary ones from slipping through the cracks, we've compiled them here—from Roos and Brews to Kracklefest 9 - A Night Of Nerd Rock!, and from a live taping of the MeatEater podcast to a talk on the History of Shamrocks. For even more options this week, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.

Found something you like and don't want to forget about it later? Click "Save Event" on any of the linked events below to add it to your own private list.

TUESDAY

COMEDY
1. Self IMPROV-ment: A Comedy Workshop
Conquer your stress and gloom with improv in a class led by Lee Nacozy, who's conducted similar workshops elsewhere in Seattle and is teaching with the support of Foundation and the Evergrey.


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Savage Love Letter of the Day by Dan Savage
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