We uncover ancient movies about shirts while playing Octopath, Yakuza, and a game about sushi love.
This episode is sponsored by Audible - Go to http://www.audible.com/cynical or SMS "cynical" to 500-500 for your free 30 day trial. Audible paid us to promote their product. Watch The Co-Optional Podcast Live at https://twitch.tv/totalbiscuit every Tuesday at 3pm ET. Discuss the podcast on our official subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/cynicalbritofficial Genna and Dodger are joined by special guests, Rhianna Pratchett and LivinPink in this episode of the Co-Optional Podcast. Enjoy! Original air date: July 17, 2018 --------- Genna Bain https://twitter.com/gennabain https://www.youtube.com/gennabain Dodger https://twitter.com/dexbonus https://www.youtube.com/presshearttocontinue Rhianna Pratchett https://twitter.com/rhipratchett LivinPink https://twitter.com/livinpink https://youtube.com/LivinPink --------- Thanks for watching The Co-Optional Podcast! Follow CynicalBrit on Twitter for video updates: https://twitter.com/cynicalbrit Follow our Facebook page for announcements: https://facebook.com/cynicalbrit
with Elad Gil (@eladgil) and Chris Dixon (@cdixon) There's a lot of knowledge out there -- and networks of talent (especially in Silicon Valley) -- on what to do in the early stages of a company, going from 0 to 1, and even in going from 1 to 100... but what about beyond that? It's not as simply linear as merely doubling or tripling resources and org structures; it's actually much more complex on many levels, communication to coordination. Because with great scale comes great complexity... and many, many more places for things to break down. So how should founders/CEOs of growing tech startups think about everything from hiring (including key executives) to product management (what is it, really, beyond common myths/misconceptions around the role?) to thinking about late-stage financing, M&A, and other key aspects of building a company? This episode of the a16z Podcast shares both specific answers to -- and general mindsets for thinking about -- these questions. Chris Dixon, general partner on a16z crypto, interviews Elad Gil, investor/advisor to numerous tech companies; co-founder of Color Genomics; formerly of Google and also co-founder and CEO of Mixer Labs (acquired by Twitter, where he also became a VP). He's the author of the new book, The High Growth Handbook, on scaling companies from 10 to 10,000 people. But the two also explore the growth -- and evolution -- of market and tech trends, including the continuation of mobile/cloud; machine learning (and silicon); crypto; and finally, longevity -- both in the near term and further out in the future. Should people -- and even companies for that matter -- really live longer?
Acabou a Copa do Mundo e agora nos resta a ressaca e a depressão pós um mês de futebol e diversão. No Braincast 278, em um crossover com o Oêa, Carlos Merigo, Luiz Hygino, Marko Mello e Adriano Brandão discutem os melhores e piores momentos do torneio, e como a internet reagiu a tudo isso. > 7:00 Pauta principal > 1:50:15 Qual é a boa? --- Assine o Braincast pelo PicPay e receba conteúdo exclusivo! Assinando o Braincast pelo PicPay você pode ganhar até 10 reais de cashback na hora! O PicPay é "canivete suíço dos pagamentos. Super fácil de usar e serve pra muitas outras coisas além de se tornar assinante do Braincast. Você consegue pagar estacionamento, metro, boleto, dividir conta com os amigos. Pode também, por exemplo, pagar o Steam com ele e comprar um monte dos jogos que a gente indica no Qual É a Boa. Se você também produz conteúdo e precisa de uma plataforma de pagamentos recorrentes, o PicPay também resolve: assinaturas.picpay.com Em parceria com o PicPay, estamos oferecendo novos planos de assinatura! Incluindo conteúdo exclusivo para quem faz parte da Braincasteria Gourmet. Faça download do app para iOS ou Android, clique em "Pagar"e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast --- HostGator oferece desconto exclusivo para ouvintes do Braincast Aqui na Familia B9 de Podcasts a gente sempre fala sobre de tirar suas ideias do papel, certo? A HostGator, que está comemorando 10 anos no Brasil, ajuda você a colocar seu projeto na internet. Tem tudo o que você precisa para ficar online: domínio, hospedagem de sites, e-mail profissional, criador de sites, suporte 24/7 e mais; É a hospedagem de sites com o melhor custo-benefício e que oferece domínio grátis no primeiro ano. Você ainda conta com Criador de Sites e domínio grátis sempre que renovar o serviço. Se precisar de servidor dedicado também tem. Você sabia que o B9 roda em WordPress? Pois na HostGator voce tem hospedagem WordPress com domínio grátis sempre que renovar o serviço. E se você quer começar a empreender, a HostGator também oferece revenda de hospedagem. O melhor de tudo é que a HostGator está oferecendo desconto exclusivo 50% para ouvintes dos nossos podcasts. > Acesse hostgator.com.br/b9 e aproveite --- Críticas, comentários, sugestões para [email protected] ou nos comentários desse post. > Edição: Caio Corraini > Sound Design: Caco Teixeira > Arte da Capa: Johnny Brito
Laura's off this week with feeling poorly, but we hold down the fort with Gollum and loads of impenetrable telly talk.
Neste programa, Ivan Mizanzuk, Carapanã e Júlia Matos discutem alguns dos pontos mais comentados dos últimos meses do governo Trump. Mudanças na Suprema Corte americana, que agora terá maioria republicana por muito tempo (e gerrymandering); políticas de imigração cada vez mais duras contra pessoas não-brancas; estamos vendo o fim do império americano e/ou o início de Handmaid’s Tale? >> 0h05min05seg Pauta principal Link Podpesquisa 2018 (ABPod + CBN), de 1º de Julho a 15 de Agosto http://abpod.com.br/podpesquisa/ Cupom de 30% de desconto ainda está ativo na loja virtual da editora Boitempo: ANTIMARXCAST https://www.boitempoeditorial.com.br Curso Ivan – Storytelling: Conte Boas Histórias! [Online], dia 19 de Agosto https://www.eventbrite.com.br/e/storytelling-conte-boas-historias-online-tickets-47694338049 Thread de Carapanã sobre a história do tema do aborto nos republicanos https://twitter.com/i/moments/929080030436777985
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Visit www.squarespace.com/cooptional for a free trial and 10% off! Watch the Co-Optional Podcast Live on www.twitch.tv/totalbiscuit every Tuesday at 3pm ET. Discuss the podcast on our official subreddit: www.reddit.com/r/cynicalbritofficial Genna, Dodger & Jesse are joined by special guest, Force Gaming in this episode of the Co-Optional Podcast. Enjoy! Original air date: July 10, 2018 --------- Genna Bain twitter.com/gennabain youtube.com/gennabain Dodger twitter.com/dexbonus youtube.com/presshearttocontinue Jesse Cox twitter.com/JesseCox youtube.com/jessecox Force Gaming twitter.com/ForceStrategy youtube.com/ForceGamingYT --------- Thanks for watching The Co-Optional Podcast! Follow TotalBiscuit on Twitter: twitter.com/totalbiscuit Follow CynicalBrit on Twitter for video updates: twitter.com/cynicalbrit Follow our Facebook page for announcements: facebook.com/cynicalbrit
with Chris Dixon (@cdixon), Elizabeth Stark (@starkness), and Jessica Verrilli (@jess) Why does decentralization matter? This episode of the a16z Podcast -- based on a discussion that first took as part of an “Intro to Crypto” event that Andreessen Horowitz and #Angels put on in April 2018 -- explores the whys and the hows, from the history of the internet to the culture of crypto communities today. Chris Dixon (now of a16z crypto) and Elizabeth Stark (CEO and co-founder of Lightning Labs) share their thoughts with moderator Jessica Verrilli (a founding partner of #Angels, former vice president of corp dev and strategy at Twitter, and now general partner at Google Ventures). You can see other talks from this event -- including a video on the building blocks of crypto; a podcast on the regulatory landscape; and thoughts on building companies in crypto, from people to code -- here. The content provided here is for informational purposes only, and does not constitute an offer or solicitation to purchase any investment solution or a recommendation to buy or sell a security; nor it is to be taken as legal, business, investment, or tax advice. In fact, none of the information in this or other content on a16zcrypto.com should be relied on in any manner as advice. Please see https://a16zcrypto.com/disclosures/ for further information. photo credit: Erin Brethauer
Mike and Andrew join Victor to talk about MacBook Pro, keyboards, Siri, and more, on this week's AppleInsider podcast
with Katie Haun (@katie_haun), Robin Weisnman (@robinweisman), and Sonal Chokshi (@smc90) What’s going on, regulation-wise, in crypto? How should people who want to join a company or build something new in the space think about the regulatory environment? What to make of all the headlines, or the "alphabet soup" of agencies potentially involved in regulating crypto? This episode of the a16z Podcast shares principles -- as well as key players/acronyms to know -- for sorting the signal from the noise in the regulatory landscape for crypto. The experts in conversation with a16z editorial partner Sonal Chokshi include: Robin Weisman, who helped found and is a lobbyist for Coin Center, a nonprofit policy research and advocacy group for cryptocurrencies; and was formerly a director of government relations at Nasdaq; and Kathryn (Katie) Haun, who teaches crypto at Stanford Business School; is on the boards of Coinbase and HackerOne; is a former federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice, where she led their first digital currency task force and prosecuted a number of cases in the space; and was recently announced as general partner. The discussion is based on a panel that originally took place at the “Intro to Crypto” event that Andreessen Horowitz and #Angels put on in April 2018. You can see other talks from this event -- including a video on the building blocks of crypto; as well as sessions on the big picture of decentralization to building companies in crypto, from people to code -- here. This panel also presented the below slide, which is referenced in (but is not necessary to follow) this episode: https://a16z.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/regulatorylandscape-acronyms-introtocrypto_a16z.png photo credit: Erin Brethauer
Debatendo os temais mais quentes da semana no mundo Apple, o trio Rafael Fischmann, Breno Masi e Eduardo Marques. No ar! [Edição: Eduardo Garcia]
We’ve got a super stuffed episode of The Vergecast this week.
First, the biggest news in tech right now is the European Commission’s ruling that Google has been unfairly using Android to push Google search on users, giving it an unfair advantage. Nilay, Dieter, and Paul sit down and discuss the implications.
In the second half of the show, Dieter discusses some of the new MacBook Pro benchmarks that claim the processors may throttle performance due to cooling issues.
Nilay got an exclusive interview with Roku CEO Anthony Wood, so we’ve included that in this episode as well.
Also, our culture coverage continues this week with another roundup by Megan Farokhmanesh and Bijan Stephen.
There’s even a whole lot more in between that — like Paul’s newly sponsored segment “Fold the phone” — so listen to it all, and you’ll get it all.
34:25 - This week in culture with Megan and Bijan
53:15 - Roku CEO Anthony Wood interview
1:17:33 - Paul’s weekly segment “Fold the phone”
Fast auf den Tag genau vor zwei Jahren ging der erste Backer-Inhalt des "größenwahnsinnigen" (O-Ton André im Juni 2016) Projekts The Pod online. Der perfekte Zeitpunkt also, um mit den besten Unterstützern der Welt (tm) bei einem Bier oder siebzehn den zweiten Geburtstag zu feiern und einen nostalgischen Blick zurück zu werfen auf die turbulente Entstehung von The Pod. Dafür haben André und Jochen noch einmal jenen Podcast gehört, mit dem alles begann. Nämlich diesen hier: https://www.gamespodcast.de/2016/06/01/andre-verlaesst-die-gamestar-und-jetzt/ Timecodes: 00:00 - Einführung 03:52 - Die ersten Schritte 27:01 - Die Website 34:24 - Wir machen, worauf wir Bock haben, oder: Formate 41:36 - Bremsender Optimismus vs. Spontanität 48:57 - Jochen und Andre nehmen sich ein paar Mal in den Arm 54:16 - Zukunftsvisionen
When it comes to learning about the latest trends in malware, there's no one we'd rather talk to than SophosLabs Principal Researcher Fraser Howard. Join us as Fraser explains how to "know your enemies" so you can fight them more effectively.
with Tina Bhatnagar (@tinab), Preethi Kasireddy (@iam_preethi), Lily Liu (@calilyliu), and Kim Milosevich (@kimbatronic) Whether it’s sharing the decision-making behind joining a crypto company to the perspectives of a passionate early adopter (or relative latecomer), this episode of the a16z Podcast -- based on a panel from the “Intro to Crypto” event that Andreessen Horowitz and #Angels put on in April 2018 -- covers what it takes to build companies in crypto, from people to code. You can find other sessions from the event, covering the building blocks of crypto to decentralization to the regulatory landscape, here. Why crypto? What was the biggest surprise in the space? Do the same skills from other domains apply? This discussion, moderated by Kim Milosevich, explores these questions with Coinbase VP of Operations Tina Bhatnagar; CEO and founder of TruStory Preethi Kasireddy; and Lily Liu, co-founder at Earn.com. photo credit: Erin Brethauer
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