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The Tom Barnard Show features local and national guests and is heavily focused on humor. Tom Barnard, host of the #1 local morning show in the United States since 1986, created the podcast with the goal of a show with more creativity and flexibility than radio. Tom hosts the show along with his wife Kathryn, daughter Alex, and son Andy. It airs live central time, Monday-Friday 11 AM to 1 PM CST. You can stream it live at www.tombarnardshow.com, seen in live HD video on Youtube, reached via i ...
 
AIB Market Talk features a weekly discussion including our Economists and Treasury experts, providing you with specialist insight into the prevailing topics impacting Financial Markets. Our full legal disclaimer can be viewed here https://aib.ie/fxcentre/podcast-disclaimer You can subscribe to the series or download individual episodes via iTunes, Android and Soundcloud.
 
Welcome to the beat-Beat Central Podcast. Each episode is harmoniously & continuously mixed and mashed from start to finish with a daring flare of art, a touch of skill, and passion for mixing music. I’ve deejayed professionally but, now I DJ just for fun. I enjoy making mashups and remixes of my favorite songs for myself to listen to while I work, play, and make art. I decided to share these mixes with the rest of the world. I add the element of harmonic mixing for beautiful sound atmospher ...
 
Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn make sense of the week's tech news with help from our wide-ranging staff. And on Tuesdays, Nilay hosts in-depth, one-on-one interviews with major technology leaders. Join us every week for a fun, deeply nerdy, often off-the-rails conversation about what's happening now (and next) in technology and gadgets.
 
These podcast are designed for people living in the Central Valley of California. Physician educating the general public on interesting healthcare topics that you don't necessarily want to visit a doctor to be educated. Topics include anything from Allergies to Migraines to Toddler Nutrition to Liver Disease. The Podcast are launched weekly on Wednesday “Wednesday Wellness” and can be found on iTunes, Android and at FMMS.org. Podcast are produced by Fresno Madera Medical Society. The mission ...
 
DevNews is the news show for developers by developers, hosted by Saron Yitbarek, founder of CodeNewbie and Disco, and Josh Puetz, principal engineer at Forem. Each season these experienced devs cover the latest in the world of tech, and speak with diverse guests from a variety of backgrounds to dig deep into meaty topics such as security, the pros and cons of outsourcing your authentication, and the latest bugs and hacks.
 
A podcast (and subscription newsletter) on the strategies of China / Asia companies​. Asia Tech Strategy offers: -Deeper insights into the strategies of the tech giants of China / Asia. I help analysts see around the corner - both with tech giants and rising companies.​ -See the big picture. Get a better understanding of Asia's digital ecosystem. What are the important tech themes? What will the future look like? Where to hunt for opportunities?​ -A unique view from on the ground of digital ...
 
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On this episode, we talk about announcements to expect at Google I/O 2021, massive corporate earnings, and a truckload of new devices. We also wonder what the world would be like if Apple's iMessage came to Android. Finally, we say goodbye to Russell Holly and Hayato Huseman as members of the team. Russell is moving on to become a Managing Editor f…
 
What's the worst thing you can run over in a wheelchair? We will go there. We share some Minnesota State Fair memories, and Moon describes his ideal Cruise Ship... The SS Sweatpants! Plus, who is the man's voice that sounds exactly like Hobbs in episode 1? All this and more on episode 5 of Moon, Pjugg, and Hobbs! See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
Nilay and Dieter talk with Verge senior reporter Adi Robertson and senior editor Tom Warren about the first week of the Epic Games v Apple trial. Why Epic is burning its own cash to cook Apple Apple antitrust trial kicks off with Tim Sweeney’s metaverse dreams The Epic Games v. Apple trial kicks off with kids screaming ‘free Fortnite’ Here are Appl…
 
Mary Veline, head of the Twin Cities Auto show joins us to talk about the auto show at the state fair. With a 10,000 daily attendance limit, ride and drives and state fair food and extended hours, this could be the best ever auto show. We also talk about Mary's famous father-in-law, Bobby V. Somehow the conversation turns to Covid vaccine and Doug …
 
The apocalypse is over (in some places). The cracked, dry dust that was once soil is giving way to flowers and grass. Animals are emerging from their dens. And most importantly, comedians are returning to the clubs. Even in today's No Fun Allowed society, stand-ups are more than happy to perform. For example, Kevin and Gayle are more than happy to …
 
In this episode, we talk about Basecamp’s mass resignations, the European Union saying Apple breaks antitrust laws, and Facebook's decision to continue the ban on Donald Trump's account. Then we chat with Jason Schreier, reporter at Bloomberg and the author of Blood, Sweat, and Pixels, and now Press Reset: Ruin and Recovery in the Video Game Indust…
 
It goes without saying that moving sucks. We're saying it anyway because while it goes without saying, it also bears repeating. Somehow. Regardless, one way to make moving slightly less awful is to have someone do it for you. No, not your immediate family. Would you trust them not to break stuff? Put your trust in AAA Movers. They used to move pian…
 
Get out your bible, because it's time to learn some virtues. Specifically humility. There's a lot of self-worship going on these days, which leads to entitlement, narcissism, and just being an annoying jackass. Don't be a jackass; be a badass. A spiritual badass. Step one is to become so humble you'd never consider yourself a badass. It's a complic…
 
Brand loyalty has been the name of the game for the past several decades, if not longer. And by "the game" I mean "the entire world". Everything is a brand. Your favorite celebrities are their own brands. British royalty are moving to America to create a brand. Even something like getting a vaccine is being branded and sold as a product to obsess o…
 
Fans of retrials rejoice, because every day another page gets added to the appeal document on the Chauvin case, and today is no different. Almost makes you wonder if that was the idea to begin with. But crazier things have happened. For example, not knowing you're pregnant and giving birth on an airplane. That's pretty crazy. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
You've got the MLB, the NFL, and the PGA all in one show. You'd have the full set if only we had mentioned the NBA and the NHL. We or anyone else on earth. Sorry, but it's true. We also brought up the philosophy of paying a hooker a lot for some reason. We don't think they have a league, but we're not the experts. See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
Name something crazier than a child star. If you said "a boxer", congratulations, you win! Unfortunately, you also lose. We all lose. Take comfort in the knowledge that you didn't pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to get a bunch of TVs and stereo equipment installed in your car that became obsolete almost immediately. See omnystudio.com/listener…
 
Competitive advantages can be build on the demand and the supply side. And advantages on the demand (i.e., revenue) side are usually about customer capture in some form. One general category for this is when a company captures a "share of the consumer mind." In this talk, I go into how some companies do this for their own benefit. And against the i…
 
He kept people in the Twin Cities safe for 43 years as the chief Meteorologist for 5 Eyewitness news. Now he's just living the dream! And he is doing voice work and on camera commercials including one for a company that's great when you die. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media Minneapolis
 
Nilay Patel is joined by Verge deputy editor Dan Seifert and news editor Chaim Gartenberg to discuss i0S14.5, Apple's earnings, Epic vs. Apple, chip shortages, and Samsung's new laptops. Senior reporter Ashley Carman joins the show to talk about the wave of action in the podcast industry this past week. Further reading: People who are vaccinated do…
 
We talk about the chip shortage, skyrocketing used car prices and the dominance of one price dealers in the used car world in the US. GM announces the connection of 60,000 charging stations across the US. Joe calls in to talk about factory shutdowns and product shortages and Officer Dave tries to sell Tom an electric Mustang. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
They say demography is destiny. In that case, TV's destiny is to be old. Not just live TV either. Even streaming is largely represented by people over 65. So why are they still focusing on those young kids in their 50s? Because they are dumb. That's why. And speaking of dumb, have you heard about those clowns in congress? What a bunch of clowns. Se…
 
In this episode, we talk about the problematic blog post put out by Basecamp CEO and Co-founder Jason Fried, and we also get into how crypto currency miners are killing free CI. Then we chat with Hector Monsegur, security researcher and former blackhat hacker, about how University of Minnesota security researchers submitted security vulnerabilities…
 
Have you invented something worth billions of dollars? Lucky you. Just make sure not to leave your children a lump sum. It seems that being handed infinite money for zero effort tends to turn people into lunatics. Weird, right? And speaking of lunatics with infinite money, the politicians we complain about so frequently seem to be getting dumber. I…
 
The time of meat has come to an end. Sorry, that's just how it is. No meat ever again. But there's good news. You can eat plants. Tasty plants, like lentils. Don't look at me like that. They taste good if you know how to make them. We can't honestly vouch for vegan cheese, though. That's just not there yet. 72 Reasons to Be Vegan: Why Plant-Based. …
 
Are you a dog, or perhaps an elephant? Are you missing a leg? Well do we have the guest for you. He'll build you a nice new limb and make you a TV star in the process. He, and his show, are both called The Wizard of Paws for a reason. But we're not going to tell you what that reason is. Why not watch it tomorrow at 8 PM on BYUtv and find out? See o…
 
There is exactly one thing in this world that is not a scam, and that thing is podcasts. Try to think of something else. Art? Definitely a scam. College? Didn't used to be, is now. Hollywood? That's the biggest scam of all. Stick with easy listening. That's what we call listening to podcasts. We've liberated the term. See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
Remember an hour ago when we said we weren't going to make fun of the Oscars and then we made fun of the Oscars? Now we're going to do the same thing with pro sports. Namely the NBA. They're about as popular as waiters with long facial hair. Or waiters with tons of tattoos. Or waiters with facial piercings. Why did this turn into mocking waiters? O…
 
It's Oscars season. Don't worry, we're not going to say it. We've made the joke before. Several times, in fact, and it becomes more poignant every year. At this point it just feels like picking on the kid with crutches. It's unsporting. Then again, we're an obscure local podcast, so wouldn't that be punching up? Actors are always encouraging that. …
 
This week’s podcast is about online-merge-offline (OMO) platforms. A business model that is just emerging in China. I talk about Sun Art Retail and Beike / Lianjia as examples. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes, Google Podcasts and Himalaya. Here is the BCG article I mentioned. —– Related podcasts and articles are: Lianjia and Beike’…
 
When we last left Moon Pjugg and Hobbs, they were trying to create a master plan to take over the world. Since that didn't work out, this week they try to figure out a way to keep things away from Moon's private parts. Plus, see if you can figure out which one of us may or may not have been drinking during the recording of the podcast. Enjoy! See o…
 
In this episode, Hayato, Daniel, Ara, and Jerry check out the final Developer Preview of Android 12. They also talk about Sony's Xperia 1 III, the TCL Fold 'n Roll concept phone, and the Fitbit Luxe. Apple had their Spring Loaded event this week, so the gang take some time to view their announcements through the lens of Android users. Links: Androi…
 
Vergecast hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn discuss all the product announcements from Apple's Spring Loaded event this week with Verge news editor Chaim Gartenberg. Verge politics reporter Makena Kelly details what happened at Wednesday's congressional hearing focusing on competition in Apple's App Store. Further reading: What we’re learning from …
 
Alan Krutsch joins us in studio. Alan was the Marketing Director at Walser many years ago and really is responsible for the start of the live KQ radio spots. He regales us with tales of advertising, drinking expensive wine on Tom's dime and high end audio sales in Bozeman Montana. Oddly, Alan is the first guest who can't remember exactly what his f…
 
A real-life lawyer with a degree and everything weighs in on the Chauvin verdict, closing that chapter of our lives forever. Just kidding, you'll be hearing about it until you're 90. What you won't be hearing about, most likely, is roller skating. The kids just aren't into it these days. Too busy with their yo-yos and Tamagochis to appreciate the c…
 
Nothing makes sense. Sometimes literally. Some of our politicians, who shall remain nameless until you listen to this episode, for example. They say things that mean nothing, but people act like it means everything. Proof that we're living in a simulation? Possibly. It's a pretty cruel simulation if so. The software engineers could have made it so …
 
What is it that SEALs say? Oo-rah? Hoo-ah? Whatever it is, Mike says it, because he's one of them. That means he passed all the training, did all the Mission Impossible stuff, and aced his etiquette class. We can't verify that last one, but we've never met someone so polite, and that must have come from somewhere. Or maybe almost being blown up mak…
 
In this episode, we talk about WordPress blocking Google’s Federated Learning of Cohorts tracking technology, a web app that received so much negative feedback from food bloggers it was taken down in less than a day, and The Bank of England and HM Treasury creating a joint task force to explore the possibility of creating a central bank digital cur…
 
We're moving to Tennessee. Surprised? It was a split section decision made when Kristyn mentioned they have no income tax. Plus you've got Nashville, and if you ever get thirsty you can just insert a straw into the air and drink the humidity. It's basically heaven. For a certain type of person, anyway. Importantly, what they don't have is perpetual…
 
There's a lot of money in the entertainment industry. There's also the potential for a lot of reverse money. What's reverse money? Putting 1.5 billion into something and then selling it for 100 million. That's what. That kind of a hit isn't terribly common, but that's what happens when the entire country shuts down. Some of us suffer more than othe…
 
In this week’s episode, John Heffernan, AIB Treasury, speaks with Oliver Mangan, AIB Chief Economist, about the performance of the main currency pairs this year, they look ahead to the ECB meeting this week and Oliver explains how the ‘tapering’ technique implemented by central banks may impact financial markets going forward... Read AIB's Forex an…
 
When you look back at your earlier life, the general thought is that times were better. This isn't always true, of course. For some rare people, their lives improve over time. For example, some of us used to get nearly blackout drunk at Madison Square Garden, which sounds fun at the time but quickly becomes a bad memory. Similarly, few of us are go…
 
Deadliest catch has been on the air for a while. 15 years, to be exact. Captain Colburn has been crab fishing for even longer than that. Could you handle being out at sea for weeks on end? Rolling waves, freezing rain, no sleep? Of course you couldn't. If you could you'd be out there making big money and not listening to podcasts. For the rest of u…
 
This week’s podcast is about the current political risks around Alibaba. But also about the very important concept of Worst Case Scenario. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes, Google Podcasts and Himalaya. Here is the Harvard Business Review case about Viva Macau. Here is the book I mentioned, Dead Companies Walking by Scott Fearon. –—…
 
Jerry, Ara, and Daniel are here with a mixture of news, rumors, opinions, and apologies as they Pixel Watch leaks, the OnePlus Watch, an upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, Amazon Echo Buds, and more. Links: Alleged Pixel Watch leak shows us the Wear OS watch we've been waiting for | Android Central The Google Pixel Watch is not the magic bullet Wear O…
 
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