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Actress and Performance Capture expert Victoria Atkin chats with some of the most prominent directors, actors and performance capture industry professionals about their careers in the motion capture world, how to get started and what it takes to be successful in this ever evolving technical medium of TV, Film and Video Games.
 
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The TOBs celebrate their one-year anniversary and spare their listeners any sappy retrospectives, mainly because they can't remember much of what they talked about. But their loyal, hardworking staff reminded them that they've dropped 56 episodes for listeners in 24 countries. Meanwhile, the makers of Ambien are suing TOB LLC for a 42% drop in busi…
 
Del agonizes over a broken $9.98 watch and then commits to fixing it, as Dave is befuddled by Del's clear efforts to avoid reality by jumping down the rabbit hole. Wait, that's what guys do. In the news of the world, Dave discuses the hunt for the sterile neutrino while Del insists his neutrinos are still fertile. Richard Branson crashes his bike, …
 
Del is awed by today's power hitters in baseball. He then relates his days as a pitcher and how he prayed the batters would not hit the ball to Dave's side of the infield. Watch a monster homer here. Del relates his wife's recent air travel nightmare and predicts that cancelled flights due to weather will be the spark that finally forces us to deal…
 
Del gets a new backup camera and has a happy ending. The Bucks review the US News list of Best Places to Retire in the US . Why are most of the top choices in Florida or Pennsylvania, two states that couldn't be more different? We sure don't know. Maybe you have an idea. Tell us at buckstwoold@gmail.com. Dave stumbles across a story on the best pla…
 
What does safekeeping mean? Del announces the Copenhagen Radical Artist Program. Listeners are invited to submit candidates. Del wants to create a cryptocoin and agonizes over what to name it. Dave has some ideas on how to avoid high-energy crypto-mining. It just might work. After taking a course in traffic engineering, Del proposes a new highway t…
 
Not NASA but close. Del queries indigestion in space and gets an actual reply from the National Air and Space Museum. An astronaut chimes in, too. This leads to discussion on dark matter, allowing Dave to geek out a bit while Del offers a simple solution for collection dark matter. Don't try this at home. Continuing the theme of dark matter and inv…
 
Johanna er uddannet fra ITU med en kandidatgrad i Digital Innovation & Management. Men hvad kan man egentlig bruge sin uddannelse til? I denne video møder vi Johanna, som har valgt at blive konsulent hos det verdensomspændende konsulentfirma McKinsey & Company. Se med og hør hvad hun arbejder med og hvordan hun bruger sin uddannelse fra ITU i sit j…
 
Explicit Warning-Contains coarse language and graphic scenes. Dave reads the short story, Bullet in the Brain by Tobias Wolff, which first appeared in The New Yorker in 1995. Wolff is a prolific writer and his coming-of-age memoir This Boy's Life was made into a movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Barkin. Do you want more or fewer short stor…
 
Del reports remotely from Yulee, Florida, home of the Hornets. The other Hornets. The Bucks share fire stories as Del melts down a well-known grill and Dave forgets the laws of physics and chemistry. Dave rants about stupid street signs and private parking spaces on public streets. Del discusses Captain Kirk's upcoming flight into actual space at t…
 
Dave visits and highly recommends the Red River Gorge geological area in Kentucky. Plenty of outdoor activities for all. Dave helps his son's family move into their new house after a tornado destroyed their old house 18 months ago. Del educates us on bats-the flying kind- and how they may survive viruses. Dave then relates a bat infestation problem…
 
Blockchains and similar networks change how we organize economies. But how can businesses best prepare for the emerging future with blockchain? In this ITU ESPRESSO talk, we are joined by ITU Professor and Head of the European Blockchain Center, Roman Beck, for a discussion about blockchain for business and the philosophy behind the digital ledger.…
 
Today, artificial-intelligence-driven technologies are changing the world, and there are no ends to the possibilities for businesses and organisations – from automation in text processing and resource management to information augmented reality and intelligent cameras. But what exactly is AI and how do businesses and organisations create value with…
 
Warning: The Ig Nobel Prize segment contains sexual references. Is Del's fantasy to sing like Freddie Mercury or does he want to BE Freddie Mercury? His favorite Freddie song is Barcelona. Watch it here. Try to pretend it's Del. Dave wonders why he can't buy real tomatoes in the store anymore and recalls his tomato contests with Sparky, his sister'…
 
The Bucks are inundated with letters from, for, and about Normalville. A resident admits talking to animals and she's the normal one. Laundry tips, snake charming, amorous animals, nd aliens. What more could a town ask for? Dave recalls trout fishing near Normalville with his balance-impaired high school principal. Can you say suck-up? Our first LF…
 
It's the first day of school for Grayson and he's not happy about it...or is he? Who doesn't like brain breaks? Dave gives a book report on Project Hail Mary by And Weir. Five stars for geeky science projects, fewer for a sloppy backstory and some character superficiality. Dave gives it 3.5 stars but Goodreads gives it 4.55. Who's right? Read it an…
 
Sagsbehandlere og borgere i danske kommuner slås med digitale systemer, som ikke kan tage højde for individuelle hensyn, og som er svære at tilpasse de omskiftelige regler i lovgivningen. Det gør systemerne både ufleksible, dyre i drift, og gør det svært at skabe den optimale handlingsplan for den enkelte borger. Forskergruppen bag det omfattende p…
 
Dave admits to Del that he got a job-a real job. A bike shop took a chance on Dave and he became their oldest and dumbest mechanic. His fellow mechanics are very talented , very young, and have great senses of humor. It's like the perfect job. The Bucks catch up on letters from afar. Many kudos to Judith, Vintage Vixen #1, for sharing her life's jo…
 
Welcoming new listeners from nice-sounding places. And Normalville, of course. A nod to LaScola's, another great coffee stop. Dave rants about Canadian geese leaving their treasures all over the bike paths along the river. Appeals to the Canadian government to let them fly home across the border closed by the pandemic. Del shares stories about his …
 
Dave tries to get blood tests...again and again. Will he succeed? Del thinks he can integrate his TV remotes all by himself. We know better. Del gets a flat tire, causing the earth to stop spinning on its axis. Or something less menacing. Part Two of the interview with vintage vixen Judith. A retired librarian, she agrees to provide future book rev…
 
Del anguishes over his bout with a simple aerator [air raider?]. on't try this at home. Del asks the eternal question: Which billionaire would you let launch you into space? We interview Vintage Vixen Judith, the person who suggested we give a name to our female listeners. We've known Judith since we were in single digits, age-wise. She's had an in…
 
Philine Zeinert, Nanna Inie, and Leon Derczynski have created a powerful tool to identify and combat misogyny online. Abstract: Online misogyny, a category of online abusive language, has serious and harmful social consequences. Automatic detection of misogynistic language online, while imperative, posescomplicated challenges to both data gathering…
 
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