This is a series about what happens when someone who knows nothing about business starts one. It's called StartUp. In episode one, Alex Blumberg botches his pitch to Silicon Valley billionaire Chris Sacca.
This is what happens when you call 1-888-4-VAULTTEC.
On Today's Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin... We join Andreas Antonopoulos for his recent talk + Q&A at the sold out Internet of Money event Support the Show! Tip LTB:1FZGD64BA7B9GdwDhGGGF92amt9X6VH38K or Via the Lightning Network at https://tipltb.tokenly.com/ Tip [Andreas M. Antonopoulos](https://antonopoulos.com/donate/) directly at 1andreas3batLhQa2FawWjeyjCqyBzypd --- Content for today's show was provided by Andreas M. Antonopoulos, staff and audience of The Internet of Money event. This episode featured music by Jared Rubens Any questions or comments? email [email protected]
A dupla Rafael Fischmann e Eduardo Marques se junta ao colaborador Marcelo Melo para discutir, mais uma vez, as novidades mais quentes da semana no mundo Apple. No ar! [Edição: Eduardo Garcia]
Az IDDQD podcastjének 4x14-es (összesen 81.) adása Grathtel és Stökivel. Vendég: Mackó, a Gamer365 szerkesztője. Téma: A Zelda-játékok, 2000-től. Kísérőposzt linkekkel: http://iddqd.blog.hu/2018/06/11/checkpoint_4x14_a_zelda_sorozat_ii_resz
Neste programa, Ivan Mizanzuk entrevista Fernando Haddad (PT), ex-prefeito de São Paulo (2013-2017) e ex-ministro da educação (2005-2012). Sendo um dos nomes mais cotados para uma eventual candidatura à presidência no lugar de Lula, aproveitamos a oportunidade para questioná-lo acerca de alguns dos temas mais polêmicos sobre os governos Lula e Dilma: o modelo de conciliação de classes do governo Lula pode ser considerado um modelo de esquerda? Quais as diferenças da sua visão política para a do Lula? Lula ainda é candidato? Seria possível uma chapa com Ciro Gomes? >> 0h05min35seg Pauta principal
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Published on Nov 20, 2014 TotalBiscuit, Jesse Cox and Dodger sit down with Miracleofsound on this episode of the Co-Optional Podcast! Enjoy! --------- Dodger: http://www.youtube.com/user/PressHear... https://twitter.com/DexBonus Jesse Cox: http://www.youtube.com/user/OMFGcata https://twitter.com/jessecox Gavin Dunne/Miracleofsound https://www.youtube.com/user/miracleo... https://twitter.com/miracleofsound --------- Thanks for watching The Co-Optional Podcast! Follow TotalBiscuit on Twitter: http://twitter.com/totalbiscuit Follow CynicalBrit on Twitter for video updates: http://twitter.com/cynicalbrit Follow our Facebook page for announcements: http://facebook.com/cynicalbrit
Here's the hard thing about security: the more authentication factors you have, the more secure things are... but in practice, people won't use too many factors, because they want ease of use. There's clearly a tension between security and usability, not to mention between security and privacy (good security doesn't always come with great privacy -- what if you're a journalist or dissenter under a repressive regime??). And finally, there's a tension between the convenience and inconvenience of hardware given the expected convenience (but also dangerous connectivity) of software and mobile everywhere. So how to resolve all this? CEO and founder Stina Ehrensvärd found the answer to these paradoxes with her company Yubico, makers of the "ubi"quitous (ahem, no pun intended!) hardware authentication security key used by the top internet companies. They're also the pioneering contributor to the FIDO open authentication standards -- arguably as important as what the SSL protocol did back then between web servers and browsers, only now we're in a world where payments talk to browsers, and machines talk to machines. But how does open source fit into all this? How does one build trust as a newcomer? And how does one go from founder passion and founder-market fit to product-market fit, especially while straddling two cultures of innovation? Ehrensvärd shares hard-earned lessons learned on going from big vision to practical reality, from managing communication to design and more in this founder/maker story episode of the a16z Podcast (in conversation with general partner Martin Casado and Sonal Chokshi). It's not just luck, it's making your own luck... especially when it comes to seizing opportunities and help in unexpected ways and places.
In episode 70 the boy are back in town to talk all things E3 2018. The crew assembles to discuss their expectations from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo + all the latest leaks.
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“The rules of the game are different in tech,” argues — and has long argued, despite his views not being accepted at first — W. Brian Arthur, technologist-turned-economist who first truly described the phenomenon of “positive feedbacks” in the economy or “increasing returns” (vs. diminishing returns) in the new world of business… a.k.a. network effects. A longtime observer of Silicon Valley and the tech industry, he’s seen how a few early entrepreneurs first got it, fewer investors embrace it, entire companies be built around it, and still yet others miss it… even today. If an inferior product/technology/way of doing things can sometimes “lock in” the market, does that make network effects more about luck, or strategy? It’s not really locked in though, since over and over again the next big thing comes along. So what does that mean for companies and industries that want to make the new technology shift? And where does competitive advantage even come from when everyone has access to the same building blocks (open source, APIs, etc.) of innovation? Because Arthur — former Stanford professor, visiting researcher at PARC, and external professor at Santa Fe Institute who is also known as one of the fathers of complexity theory in economics — has written about the nature of technology and how it evolves, observing that new technology doesn’t come out of nowhere, but instead, is the result of “combinatorial” innovation. Does this then mean there’s no such thing as a dramatic breakthrough?! In this hour-long episode of the a16z Podcast, we (Sonal Chokshi with Marc Andreessen) explore many of these questions with Arthur. His answers take us from “the halls of production” to the “casino of technology”; from the “prehistory” to the history of tech; from the invisible underground autonomy economy to the “internet of conversations”; from externally available information to externalized intelligence; and finally, from Silicon Valley to Singapore to China to India and back to Silicon Valley again. Who’s going to win; what are the chances of winning? We don’t know, because it’s a very different game… Do you still want to play?
Warning: sexually explicit content Producer Matt Shore delves into the intersection of sex and tech. Guests this week include cyber-sexuality expert Dr Trudy Barber and co-founder of Cam4 VR and virtual reality porn star Ela Darling.
We wipe our butts, we lose our luggage, and we lament as Brian Kuh is Brian Kuh.
We naturally give Nintendo a bit of a kicking for their Switch Online plans, as well as chat about Bloodborne (shock!), Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, and loads more!
Supergirl Comics Writer Sterling Gates joins us to decide the TOP 5 Supergirl Stories! Be careful! This podcast contains SPOILERS. So if you don't want to know what happens, then you should come back later. Read our first graphic novel - JUPITER JET - https://amzn.to/2HdhgjG Get $125 off the Leesa mattress by going to -https://www.leesa.com/geekhistory Support the show on Patreon and listen to the Patreon exclusive Geek History Lesson EXTRA podcast! https://www.patreon.com/Jawiin GET OUR RECOMMENDED READING from this episode here: http://geekhistorylesson.com/recommendedreading Follow the show on TWITTER! http://www.twitter.com/GHLpodcast Make sure to visit our Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/geekhistorylesson You can find Ashley at https://twitter.com/AshleyVRobinson and Jason at https://twitter.comJawiin. Thanks for showing up to class today. Class dismissed!
In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara speaks with Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History paleobiologist and Curator of Fossil Marine Mammals Dr. Nick Pyenson about his new book, "Spying on Whales: The Past, Present, and Future of Earth's Most Awesome Creatures." They talk about the similarities between cetaceans and land-dwelling mammals, along with what makes them unique among Earth's creatures (extinct and extant). Follow Nick: @PyensonLab.