Best Holste podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Travel tales with Chandler and Mary
 
Embrace the world around you and develop a love for yourself with Simple Soul - Creating You. Amy Holst and Tasha Fritz cut through this crazy life with humorous personal stories, research and practical tips in an effort to simplify life and help empower you to become connected to your real thoughts and feelings. Love your Simple Soul.
 
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Eye on Security
Monthly
 
The latest on cybersecurity threats and news from FireEye.
 
Podcasts from the San Francisco Symphony and Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas.
 
Kelly and Chris talk to you about classical music whilst making you laugh. AND LEARN. www.ThatClassicalPodcast.com
 
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Zero Knowledge
Weekly
 
Zero Knowledge is a podcast which goes deep into the tech that will power the emerging Web3 and the community that is building it. The podcast is made for fellow developers and people looking to educate themselves on the inner workings of the space. We try to be non-speculative, don't talk (much) trading and want to focus on the tech. Zero Knowledge is hosted by Anna Rose and Fredrik Harryson, two people working in the blockchain industry. Our views do not come from nor represent our compani ...
 
Join RenewEconomy founder and editor Giles Parkinson and columnist and energy markets expert David Leitch as they discuss the week's main events - politics, solar and storage.
 
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In this week’s episode, we sit down with Igor Barinov from POA Network and Austin Griffith from Gitcoin Labs to discuss bridges, xDai - the new side-chain where DAI is the native token - and Austin's super simple Burner Wallet. Bridges are a wide topic and with this conversation we try to give some insight into what they are and how they work. ...…
 
Angelina Galiteva, vice chair of the California Independent System Operator, talks about that state’s 100 per cent renewable energy target, and how it will get there.
 
Brett Redman, the head of AGL and operator of Australia’s biggest coal generation fleet says Australia is in the midst of a “massive” energy transition, and explains how he hopes to navigate his way through.
 
Liszt Piano Concerto No. 1 Franz Liszt may have been one of the nineteenth century’s most exasperating underachievers, to say nothing of committing the unforgivable sin of success on a staggering scale, but he was a genius. This concerto can remind us. Begun in 1835 at the ripe old age of 24, Liszt did not complete his first piano concerto unti ...…
 
Brahms Symphony No. 2 Brahms's Symphony No.2 is generally thought of as his most lighthearted, but it's actually built on the contrasts between light and dark, between sunshine and clouds. Kind of like life.By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 contains some of his best-known music, including the beautiful "Air on the G String." But it also contains the origins of the modern symphony orchestra.By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
In this week’s episode, Anna sits down with Jenna Zenk, the CTO of Melonport, to discuss her background, the path to the melon protocol, the challenges of building sophisticated smart contracts and what it means to release a decentralised protocol into the wild. This was recorded soon after the M1 conference in Zug. A few resources to check out ...…
 
DOOT DOOOOOT yes we're back with another orchestral watcha-ma-call-it, and today it's BRASS. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a one way ticket to brass-town, via dodgy names for the trombone, dancing princesses, and advanced seed-spitting techniques.
 
Chandler completed an epic road trip from Washington State to New Orleans and stopped at many fascinating places along the way. 24 days and 18 states later, she shares tales from her driving adventure. We’ve divided the trip into two episodes. Part 1 focuses on the route to New Orleans and Part 2 features the drive back. Ward Charcoal Ovens Sta ...…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Bogdan Opanchuk and John "Tux" Pacific from NuCypher to chat about their threshold proxy-encryption technology, how the project aims to provide privacy infrastructure, dig into their nuFHE scheme and explore far along FHE research, the cryptographic "holy grail", really is. Here are some papers we mention in th ...…
 
Energy expert Nicky Ison joins the podcast to discuss renewables energy targets, the NSW policy vacuum, the need for more transmission and delivering solar to those who need it.
 
In this episode, we discuss tokens, token standards and the sometimes confusing ERC process. We cover some of the most popular token standards and discuss what it takes to design a standard and get this accepted by the community. We also have a chat with Matt Lockyer about his experience submitting ERC998 To see the full list of ERCs in draft a ...…
 
Energy Insiders returns with an interview with former CEFC boss Oliver Yates, now challenging Josh Frydenberg in the “Menzies” seat of Kooyong, and a wrap of recent events.
 
In this episode, we chat with Tarun Chitra about a broad range on topics, from his work on early non-blockchain ASICs, to making models in high frequency trading, and the nuances of statistical modeling of PoS systems in blockchain. Tarun's new company Gauntlet is building a simulation platform for crypto networks to help developers understand ...…
 
Let's explore conditional love versus unconditional love. Gary Chapman's books “The 5 love languages” focuses on the unique ways we feel loved. What is your primary love language: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service or Physical Touch? How do you like to receive love and how do you give love back? Find out how th ...…
 
Sibelius' Four Legends from the Kalevala In "Four Legends from the Kalevala," Jean Sibelius explored Finland's mythical past and found his own musical future.By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
Bruckner's Symphony No. 5 Anton Bruckner grew up an unsophisticated teacher’s son. By the time he reached Vienna and the composition of his Symphony No. 5, he had a sound combining Beethoven’s sense of mystery and suspense, Schubert’s harmony, and Wagner’s breadth in unfolding, plus a symphonic vision all his own.…
 
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 Often called the greatest piece of music ever written, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 was the last he would ever write. The first symphony to feature a chorus and vocal soloists, Symphony No. 9 also includes the famous “Ode to Joy.”By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
Handel’s Messiah Often called the greatest piece of music ever written, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 was the last he would ever write. The first symphony to feature a chorus and vocal soloists, Symphony No. 9 also includes the famous “Ode to Joy.”By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 “Eroica” The Eroica opened the floodgates for the symphonic outpouring of the nineteenth century–for Beethoven himself, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Bruckner, and the rest. The Eroica was the longest symphony ever written when it was unveiled, and listeners and critics commented widely on that fact, to the composer’s f ...…
 
In this week's episode, Anna and Fredrik give a general introduction to MPCs, go over a few examples of MPCs in action, compare them with other cryptographic concepts, try to pronounce "fully homomorphic encryption" properly, and more! Here are some of the material that we reference: Andrew Yao's paper on Protocols for Secure Computations "How ...…
 
In this week's episode, we catch up with Eli Ben-Sasson and Alessandro Chiesa from StarkWare Industries. We talk about their longstanding academic work in theoretic & applied cryptography, how StarkWare came to be, the emergence of zkSNARKs and zkSTARKs, some of the differences between these different zero knowledge systems, dive into the speci ...…
 
Why do people work so hard? What does your work life and home life have to do with the way we interact with others? Learn more about the feedback that makes us thrive and what to do during the times that feedback is not very fulfilling. Change the lens you look through by adding more of the unexpected versus the expected.…
 
In this week's episode, we sit down with Jutta Steiner, our friend and Fredrik's CEO at Parity Technologies, to talk about her history in the space, the origin of Parity, the last year in blockchain, and what we see coming in 2019! Here is the cryptography conference Fredrik mentioned: https://cyber.stanford.edu/sbc19 If you like what we do: Fo ...…
 
If you like what we do: Follow us on Twitter - @zeroknowledgefm Join us on Telegram - https://t.me/joinchat/B_81tQ57-ThZg8yOSx5gjA Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/zeroknowledge Or directly here: ETH: 0xC0FFEE1B5083230a5154F55f253B6b6ae8F29B1a BTC: 1cafekGa3podM4fBxPSQc6RCEXQNTK8Zz In this week's episode, Anna and Fredrik dig int ...…
 
In this episode, Fredrik sits down Martin, who is a Core Dev working on the Geth client and head of security for the Ethereum foundation. They chat about what got him into the space, his interest in security, his entry into blockchain development and, together, they offer some advice for devs wanting to get into this space. Special thanks to PO ...…
 
CHRISTMAS WOULDN'T BE CHRISTMAS WITHOUT A TRADITIONAL "BUM-PINCH" [AND AN ILLEGAL MINCE PIE] ... YES it's time once again for our annual festive episode, featuring a seasonal smattering of Christmas facts in and amongst some classical yuletide bangers. P.S. Thank you thank you thank you for supporting us through another year of learning, singin ...…
 
Warren Lasher, head of system planning at the ERCOT grid in Texas, joins Energy Insiders to explain how that state is managing the huge influx of renewables - and a final wrap for the year.
 
In this week's episode, Anna interviews a number of participants at the ETHSingapore hackathon as part of the ETHGlobal series and tries to get a sense for how these hackers are approaching the space. In this showcase (which was recorded on the Saturday, right in the middle of the hackathon), we asked: What got you into this space? What's your ...…
 
An interview with Neoen on the performance of the Tesla big battery at Hornsdale in its first year, and Australia’s $20 billion wind and solar boom.
 
In this week's episode, we sit down with Izaak Meckler & Evan Shapiro from O(1) Labs to discuss Coda, a blockchain using recursive composition of zkSNARKs to eliminate history. We discuss recursive zkSNARKs generally, what a recursive zkSNARK construction blockchain would look like, and the challenges in implementing this sophisticated scaling ...…
 
BRACE YOURSELVES FOR THE MUSICAL EQUIVALENT OF FIFTY SHADES. Yes that is 100% correct and accurate, because it's time for something Romantic with a capital R!! This time we dive into the "wishy-washy" waters of Schumann, Puccini, Richard Strauss and Scott Joplin. Enjoy!
 
Mark Butler explains the details of Labor’s energy and climate policy, and how to reach 50% renewables and 45% emission reduction cuts by 2030.
 
In this episode Fredrik sits down with Péter Szilágyi, lead developer of go-ethereum to talk about his background, what it means to be a Core Dev and some of the struggles of maintaining an open source project. Special thanks to the sponsor of this episode Trail of Bits. If you're interested in hardware wallet security, check out their article ...…
 
What does Victoria poll result mean for renewables, and has Labor got it right with its new energy plan?
 
Wow, what a year! Thank you to all the loyal listeners of Simple Soul, we have more than doubled our goal in downloads and hope you will continue to listen to our podcasts. Join us for our uncensored podcasts as we share a few bloopers from this past year. We are excited to announce our goals for next year - but we need your help to continue to ...…
 
In this week's episode, we are joined by a couple greats in the space, Gavin Wood and Vlad Zamfir, to debate the merits of on-chain vs off-chain governance. If you want more, catch their governance panel at Web3Summit (which happened right before our interview). Thanks to our sponsor Trail of Bits - find out more about their upcoming event on t ...…
 
Former ARENA CEO Ivor Frischknecht joins Energy Insiders to provide some fascinating insights into the politics of energy, and the transition to 100 per cent renewable energy.
 
In this episode, we sit down with Julian Loss, a researcher at Spacemesh, to explore DAGs, the Proof-of-Spacetime idea and the Spacemesh project. Links: Spacemesh on twitter SoK: A Consensus Taxonomy in the Blockchain Era Thanks to our Sponsor POA Network! Check out their blog to find out more about their new blockchain consensus protocol, Hone ...…
 
We talk to newly appointed Momentum Energy CEO Amy Childs, and look at the Coalition’s ham-fisted intervention in energy markets, and some good news on solar and batteries.
 
In this special 50th episode, we invite our friend Zooko to the podcast to chat about his background and explore the history of Zerocoin and Zcash. We dig into the inner workings of Zcash, the trusted setup, the sapling upgrade, and what the future of the project might look like! The Sapling upgrade promises to reduce the proving times of the z ...…
 
DO YOU ENJOY A GENEROUS SLICE OF GOUDA BEFORE BED? If so, you may have something in common with Hector Berlioz, who's life and nightmarish works we'll be discussing in this TRES FANTASTIQUE new episode of That Classical Podcast. We'll also explore the life and "opening-up" works (???) of his frenemy Felix Mendelssohn - ENJOY!…
 
In this Blockchain 101 episode, we sit down with Axel Ericsson of Vest (previously 1Protocol) to talk about Cryptoeconomic Primitives, incentive models, designing smart equilibria, and staking. Links: Game Theory Game Vest on Twitter Axel on Twitter Vest WebsiteBy Fredrik Harrysson, Anna Rose.
 
Which Australian companies will go 100 per cent renewable? We talk to the head of RE100, who has been to Australia, while David Leitch let’s fly against the “fair dinkum bullshit” of the latest government energy intervention.
 
The beauty of aging has become more appealing over the last decade. Women have more freedoms now than they ever have before. Along with these freedoms, the world has offered us so much more in self-care and beauty. With that being said, these opportunities can also come with a burden. Learn how to age gracefully and connect to meaningful tribe ...…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Taylor Monahan of MyCrypto, to discuss how the project got started and share some customer support horror stories. We also reflect on the challenge of building UX that works for people while maintaining the spirit of decentralization, and finally, where she sees the space developing. Links: Taylor on Twitter My ...…
 
Flow Power is pioneering new retail model delivering renewable energy to big business consumes. We talk to CEO Matthew van der Linden.
 
Shostakovich Violin Concerto and Bartok’s The Miraculous Mandarin "Banned" and "boycotted" - whether by the state or by the public, "official" disapproval has long had the power to change composers' careers and their lives.By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
In this episode, we sit down with Richard Craib from Numerai to talk about crowdsourcing the role of a quant, how Numerai developed and where it is going, Dapp adoption in Ethereum and what it's like to build a hedge fund fulled by a crypto token. He also shares the new project Erasure - a decentralized data marketplace for financial prediction ...…
 
Ravel – Alborada del gracioso Ravel's Alborada del gracioso is a jester's song to his lady—a poignant love song surrounded by a miniature musical comedy.By publicrelations@sfsymphony.org (San Francisco Symphony).
 
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