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  • CultCast #341 - The SAD state of the Mac
    The CultCast

    This week: * It’s been over a year since Apple has updated virtually any of their Macs. Just what in the heck in going on? * Why all your online purchases will soon be taxed * Instagram takes on YouTube with new IGTV app * MoviePass is about to change for the worse. AGAIN. * America’s largest theater chain just but the final nails in the MoviePass coffin * And things get weird in an all-new what we’re into! This episode supported by A business is only as strong as its people, and every hire matters… go to and get a $50 credit toward your first job post. Whether you’re looking to learn something new or just sharpen your skills, Udemy has over 65,000 courses starting at just 11.99. Visit or download the Udemy app to learn anytime, anywhere. CultCloth will keep your iPhone X, Apple Watch, Mac and iPad sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CleanCloth with any order at Print postage from your office and take advantage of special shipping discounts at, and beat the postage rate increase with exclusive discounts on letters. Plans start at just $5 a month! Thanks to Kevin McLeod for the music you hear on today’s episode. On the show this week @erfon / @bst3r Supreme Court Kills Quill, Gives States More Authority To Collect Sales Tax * It’s a sad day for US. It’s the end of an era. The end of tax-free shopping online. * In 1992 the supreme court that a state couldn’t force an online retailer to collect sales tax for them if the retailer didn’t have a physical presence in that state. * Today, they reversed that decision * What does that mean? * Well, it means that you state will undoubtedly begin forcing online retailers to charge you sales tax on all your online orders. * If you have a big purchase to make, I’d do it this summer. On The Sad State of Macintosh Hardware * Rogue Amoeba developer Quentin Carnicelli posted this week on the company’s blog about his frustration with Apple’s continued neglect of the Mac. * "At the time of the writing, with the exception of the $5,000 iMac Pro, no Macintosh has been updated at all in the past year.” Instagram takes on YouTube with new IGTV app * The photo-sharing social network revealed its new standalone app today called IGTV that’s dedicated to long-form video. * IGTV was revealed at an event today this morning where the company also shared that it now has 1 billion monthly active users. MoviePass is going to introduce surge pricing on popular movies by July * By the end of the summer, you'll see some major changes to your MoviePass subscription — and you're not going to like them all. * The first change to the service will happen in the coming weeks, when MoviePass will start charging members what CEO Mitch Lowe calls "high demand" pricing. * CEO Mitch Lowe: "At certain times for certain films — on opening weekend — there could be an additional charge for films" * The added charge will start at $2 for titles the app deems very popular with MoviePass subscribers AMC is launching a MoviePass-like subscription service * The largest theater chain in America has announced that it will now offer a subscription service that allows patrons to watch up to three movies a week for $19.95 a month.

  • E830: Jeff Clavier Uncork Capital "Seed Funding Strategies": prep, pitch, valuations, traps, more
  • BONUS: Behind The Scenes With Arlan & Amy
    StartUp Podcast

    For seven months, Arlan Hamilton agreed to let StartUp reporter Amy Standen follow her around with a microphone and ask her all kinds of questions — from how much money she had raised for her venture capital firm, Backstage Capital, to where she slept when she couldn’t afford a place to live. Like many reporter-interviewee relationships, Arlan and Amy’s was complicated. At GimletFest, the two of them sat down to talk it out. Shereen Marisol Meraji, from NPR’s Code Switch podcast on race and identity, moderated the conversation.

  • Rad Crew S16E01: Prime Mover og haier i spill
    Rad Crew Podcast

    Vi roper ikke ulv, men vi roper definitivt «hai!» i ukas episode av Rad Crew, der vi tar for oss de beste spillhaiene noensinne. Pluss: Prime Mover, Detroit: Become Human, og Street Fighter 30th Anniversary. Med: Yngvil Osdal Runde, Are Ness Fløgstad, Stian Askeland Produksjon og programleder: Jostein Hakestad Splash til episoden: Magnus Tellefsen

  • 623: Tales from E3 2018
    Larry Hryb (Major Nelson)

    Larry Hryb, Xbox Major Nelson Gamertag: Rubes Special Guest: Graeme Boyd We discuss E3 2018

  • #240 Pamela Morgan: Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning

    Support the show, consider donating: BTC: 1CD83r9EzFinDNWwmRW4ssgCbhsM5bxXwg ( BCC: 1M4dvWxjL5N9WniNtatKtxW7RcGV73TQTd ( ETH: 0x8cdb49ca5103Ce06717C4daBBFD4857183f50935 ( While many cryptocurrency holders have thought about how to secure their assets, how to pass on cryptoassets in case of one's death is rarely on people's mind. Lawyer Pamela Morgan has been helping people and organizations build solutions to safely store their cryptoassets and has recently turned her attention to inheritance planning. We discussed her new book “Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning” and how people can design a simple plan to give heirs a high chance of recovering assets in less than an hour. Topics discussed in this episode: - How an impassioned talk on Bitcoin by Andreas Antonopoulos started her crypto journey - Common misconceptions lawyers have about crypto - Her work through Empowered Law on educating lawyers - Third Key Solutions and building non-custodial key management solutions - The most frequent mistakes people make when it comes to protecting cryptoassets - How to do inheritance planning for cryptoassets - Differentiating between technical and legal aspects to inheritance planning Links mentioned in this episode: - Empowered Law – Law and Education to Empower the World: - Third Key Solutions – Non-Custodial Key Management and Consulting Services: - Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning Book: - Inheritance Planning for Cryptocurrencies: 3 Steps in 3 Minutes: - When Disaster Strikes: Developing a Recovery Plan for Bitcoin and Digital Tokens: - Pamela Morgan on Twitter: Sponsors: - DappCon: Conference for Ethereum DApps & Infrastructure – 
Berlin, July 19 & 20 - This episode is also available on : - - YouTube: - Souncloud: Watch or listen, Epicenter is available wherever you get your podcasts. Epicenter is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain, Sébastien Couture & Meher Roy.

  • 215: Top 5 Supergirl Stories with Sterling Gates
    Geek History Lesson

    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 - Get $125 off the Leesa mattress by going to - Support the show on Patreon and listen to the Patreon exclusive Geek History Lesson EXTRA podcast! GET OUR RECOMMENDED READING from this episode here: Follow the show on TWITTER! Make sure to visit our Facebook fan page: You can find Ashley at and Jason at https://twitter.comJawiin. Thanks for showing up to class today. Class dismissed!

  • Tms 1511
    Scott Johnson 24

    These old maids they ain't where they're supposed to be. I ate one too! Burger King is sorry about that. Naked and throwing chairs. Rats ate your money. That hotdog gun probably hurts! CALL NOW and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

  • 18.06 Digitund: kas Chromebook sobiks tõesti peamiseks arvutiks?
    Geenius Raadio

    Räägime selles saates Chromebookist, mida paljud ei võta tõsise töötegemise arvutina. Henrikul on aga teine kogemus ja ta räägib, mis Chromebooki võimalused ja piirangud on. Saate teemad: Kuidas tüütutest müügikõnedest lahti saada ja teada, kes helistab Skype Eesti uus juht lubab inseneride tööjõuturgu raputama hakata Taxify’st põgenenud juhtide uus lootus: taksoäpp Hope on nüüd saadaval Politsei riputas üles kahtlusaluselt konfiskeeritud andmebaasi Tartu kutsehariduskeskusest lekkisid pooletuhande inimese andmed Bitcoini hinda pumbati Hispaania jalgpalliliiga luuras fännide järele Kas Chromebooki või Chromeboxi saab tööarvutina kasutada Saatejuhid Hans Lõugas ja Henrik Roonemaa

  • NerdCast: E3 2018 Afterski
    NerdAlert Podcaster

    Join oss i afterskien mens vi fortærer informasjonen og deler inntrykkene vi sitter igjen med fra årests E3 messe.

  • This Week in Law 427: World War Gen Z

    This Week in Law (Audio)

    Denise Howell is joined by Mike Keyes and Lisa Borodkin to talk about phone-tracking warrants for police, the AT&T+Time Warner merger, sales tax on online purchases, Apple's supposed app store monopoly, AI principles at Google, realistic-looking deep fakes, the BOTS Act, Velcro, a fake Trump+Kim Jong-un movie trailer, and more!

    Hosts: Denise Howell and J. Michael Keyes

    Guest: Lisa Borodkin

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    Special thanks to Nigel Clutterbuck for the TWiL theme music.

    Thanks to CacheFly for the bandwidth for this show.

  • E831: Founder.University #StartupTuneup: 10 startups get candid feedback from Jason &Monique Woodard
  • Managing Risk in Machine Learning Models
    O'Reilly Radar

    In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Andrew Burt, chief privacy officer at Immuta, and Steven Touw, co-founder and CTO of Immuta. Burt recently co-authored an upcoming white paper on managing risk in machine learning models, and I wanted to sit down with them to discuss some of the proposals they put forward to organizations that are deploying machine learning. Some high-profile examples of models gone awry have raised awareness among companies for the need for better risk management tools and processes. There is now a growing interest in ethics among data scientists, specifically in tools for monitoring bias in machine learning models. In a previous post, I listed some of the key considerations organization should keep in mind as they move models to production, but the upcoming report co-authored by Burt goes far beyond and recommends lines of defense, including a description of key roles that are needed.

  • Instance 527
    Scott Johnson 24

    Blizz wants to bring you all back this weekend for free. They also wanna give you deals on character services. We now have a basic plan for Classic Servers. New login screen looks a lot like WCIII. We now have an end game for your Legion weapons. PVP getting overhauled and we have the deets. More around blizzard and your emails!

  • "WannaCrypt" ransomware scam widely spammed out
    Sophos Security

    A cybersecurity scare about ransomware called "WannaCrypt" has been widely spammed out. This one, fortunately, is a scam - there isn't any malware - but the attack that the crooks describe could, in theory, be pulled off. Matt Boddy and Paul Ducklin investigate, and explain what to do.

  • a16z Podcast: Construction Under Tech -- The Build

    Continuing our series on how tech is changing construction -- one of the industries most resistant to change (and facing declining productivity) -- this episode of the a16z Podcast looks at what happens when you go from planning to actually putting boots on the ground. How can tech translate rich data sets into the just-right types, amounts, and levels of information for each different piece of the incredibly complex, dynamic, time-and-space problem that is a building site? Martin Fischer, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford; Saurabh Ladha, cofounder and CEO of Doxel, which uses AI to real-time measure progress and inspect quality on construction projects; and Christopher Rippingham, who leads technology and innovation leadership for nation-wide commercial contractor and manager DPR Construction discuss with a16z's Hanne Tidnam how AI is introducing something fundamentally -- no, foundationally -- different for the construction industry: the feedback loop.

  • PlayStation Blogcast Episode 298: An E3 Retreat

    Hello friends, and welcome! E3 2018 has come to a close. Now that the team is rested and refreshed, we look back at some final highlights. Then, we speak to Dan Smith, principal creator of The Spectrum Retreat on PS4 - a gorgeous, story-driven puzzle game. Enjoy the show!

  • Runde 168: Sind wir zu alt für Spiele?
    Auf ein Bier GamesPodcast

    Liebe Freunde unseres Podcasts, jetzt ist es soweit! Jetzt stellen wir uns endlich mal ganz ehrlich die Frage, ob wir langsam zu alt für Videospiele sind! Nun, klar – das können wir freilich sofort verneinen. Aber dann wäre die Folge nur wenige Minuten lang. Ein Glück also, dass wir die Frage zum Anlass nehmen, mal ausführlicher über das Älterwerden sprechen, über Zeitkontingente und Spielmechaniken und auch unsere ganz privaten Erfahrungen und Empfindungen. Wir wünschen viel Spaß beim Zuhören und empfehlen jedem Interessierten – ob jung oder alt -, sich mal unser Premium-Angebot für Backer anzuschauen. So viele exklusive Podcasts! Und zu jedem Format kostenlose Schnupper-Folgen! Mehr Infos unter!

  • 22.06 Autotund: Auto otsustagu ära, kas juhin mina või juhib masin
    Geenius Raadio

    Juhiabid on vidinad, mis tegutsevad kuskil seal mugavuse, ohutuse ja segamise piiri peal. Arutame seekord, kuidas muidu igati kasulikud juhiabid meie sõitu segavad ja rikuvad ning kas see ka muutumas on. Saate teemad: Kui praamiga sõidad, valmistu kontrolliks Kas tänavaid ei võiks öösiti remontida? Stigo kaherattaline on nüüd oluliselt odavam Maailma suurim autoturg kiibistab kõik sõidukid Proovisõit: miks Ssangyong siis Kia ja Hyndai kõrval vaeslaps on? Juhiabid: kasu või kahju? Saates Hans Lõugas ja Tarmo Tähepõld uudisteportaalist, külas Karl-Eduard Salumäe.

  • Tms 1510
    Scott Johnson 24

    Go to bed already. No more lucky chickens! You can't make that movie here. I'm totally going with her! State Fair food is gross. Reccomentals! Tom's Tech Time and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.