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Alec Baldwin brings listeners into the lives of artists, policy makers and performers.
 
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Absolute AppSec
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A weekly podcast of all things application security related. Hosted by Ken Johnson and Seth Law.
 
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Now That I'm Older
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Getting old sucks but can be awesome at the same time!
 
Mad Media is San Diego based creative agency offering professional print, web, and film production. We produce films and commercials about professional athletes, musicians, and artists. We focus on sports and cultures that we are passionate about, like skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding, motocross, FMX, BMX, off-road racing, rally racing, Hip-Hop, Punk Rock and MMA. We've been keeping it real it since 1996.
 
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Interviews with writers, journalists, filmmakers, and podcasters about how they do their work. Hosted by Aaron Lammer, Max Linsky, and Evan Ratliff.
 
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Kevin Cody (@kevcody) is back with Seth and Ken to talk about his collaboration with Time Tomes (@LaNMaSteR53) on CORS. Also discussions on lockpicking, travel tips, and a wide range of topics. Remember, CORS is a anti-security control.
 
Nicholas Quah founded and writes Hot Pod, a newsletter about the podcasting industry, and reviews podcasts for Vulture. “I think to some extent I’m in love with the concept of momentum. Sheer velocity. It’s painful. It’s punishing. Physically, I’m worse off for it. But I feel like if I stop moving, something will fall. Something will break. And ...…
 
Judith Light has an unequaled emotional and tonal range as an actor. She also has a shape-shifting physicality that made her entirely convincing both as the shuffling yenta Shelly Pfefferman in Transparent and as the lithe, aristocratic Hedda Gabler. But she only got to exercise those talents by saying "yes" to a lot of less intricate roles -- ...…
 
Radhika Jones is the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair and the editor of Women on Women. “There are a lot of people who still see the value of talking to someone, having a real conversation — about the things that they’re doing, the things that they’re caring about, the things that they’re afraid of, the things that are challenging — because in th ...…
 
Andrew Marantz is a staff writer at The New Yorker. His new book is Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation. “Some nonfiction can be reduced to a bulletpoint primer, but a good book is a good book. Whether it’s fiction or nonfiction, it should create a feeling, it should create a world, it ...…
 
Seth and Ken kickoff October with a discussion of consulting horror stories, both from personal experiences and listener-provided. Additional discussions around Cloudflare's WARP.
 
Peter Bergman is the dean of soap opera actors. His portrayal of Dr. Cliff Warner on All My Children from 1979 to 1989 overlapped precisely with the era when soap operas were America's great guilty pleasure. Liz Taylor made cameos alongside Bergman, mainstream publications covered Dr. Warner's many marriages, and the soaps sometimes rivaled pri ...…
 
Ken Burns is a documentary filmmaker whose work includes The Vietnam War, Baseball, and The Central Park Five. His new series is Country Music. “History, which seems to most people safe — it isn’t. I think the future is pretty safe, it’s the past that’s so terrifying and malleable.” Thanks to Mailchimp, Vistaprint, and Pitt Writers for sponsori ...…
 
Ta-Nehisi Coates is the author of The Beautiful Struggle, We Were Eight Years in Power, and Between the World and Me. His new novel is The Water Dancer. Chris Jackson is Coates's editor, and the publisher and editor-in-chief of One World. “I don’t think an essay works unless I can pin a story to it. You don’t want people to just say, ‘Oh that w ...…
 
Eric Johnson (@ejcx_), one of the first podcast guests to join Seth and Ken revisits to talk about recent industry revelations, including the Lastpass vulnerability from Google's Project Zero. Further discussions on Cloudflare Access and ranging topics including Coke's 80s lawsuit involving trade secrets.…
 
Dubbed “the hottest artist on the classical music planet” by The New York Times, pianist Lang Lang has reached a level of stardom rare for classical musicians. But his prominence is hard-won. Alec, who adores Lang Lang's charisma and talent, elicits from his guest stories of hardship during his childhood in northeastern China, and of his slow c ...…
 
Paul Tough is a contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine and the author of The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us. “The nice thing about a book as opposed to a magazine article is that it’s less formulaic. As a writer, it gives you more freedom — you’re trying to create an emotional mood where ideas have a place to ...…
 
Mike Issac covers Silicon Valley for The New York Times. He is the author of Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber. “People try to use journalists all the time. Your job as a journalist is to figure out who’s using you, why they’re using you, and whether you can do something legitimately without playing into one side or another.” Thanks to MailChim ...…
 
Andrew Wilson (@azwilsong) , a friend and partner at Bishop Fox joins Seth and Ken to discuss OWASP, running a consultancy, organizing CactusCon, and training new AppSec resources.
 
At the end of the 1950s, James Caan, son of a German-Jewish butcher, had been kicked out of ROTC and was too poor to finish college on his own. He started a job for his godfather unpacking meat along the docks of the Hudson River. Less than a decade later, he was starring alongside John Wayne and Robert Mitchum in El Dorado, just a few years fr ...…
 
Michelle García has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post and Oxford American. She directed the PBS film, Against Mexico: The Making of Heroes and Enemies. “We have to see that within difficult stories there is a very important message of humanity triumphing over despair. If you don’t focus on joy, humanity is squashed. If all you ...…
 
Seth and Ken are joined by Eric Ellett (@EricEllett) to talk about software supply chain security. Development vs. Security and how to develop a good relationship with development instead of an antagonistic one.
 
Since 2004, 1300 towns across America have lost local newspaper coverage. 2004 was also the first full year David Rattray, the third generation of his family to own the East Hampton Star, served as the paper's editor. It's a job for which Rattray gave up a very different life and career in New York City. That was a good choice: thanks in part t ...…
 
Jean-Xavier de Lestrade is a French documentary filmmaker. He directed Murder on a Sunday Morning and The Staircase. “The courtroom in the United States is not really about the truth. It’s more about a story against another story. It’s more about storytelling. The more compelling or believable story by the jury will win. But in the end, we don’ ...…
 
The Reverend Donna Schaper of New York's Judson Memorial Church leads her flock of 300 through life's sacraments like any pastor. But she has a national profile, too, appearing in print and on television to reject the idea that Christian values necessarily lead to conservative politics. She tells Alec her story of spiritual awakening, from an a ...…
 
Taylor Lorenz just announced she is leaving her job covering internet culture for The Atlantic to join The New York Times. “With technology and internet culture, I am more of an optimist than a lot of other people who cover those topics. It’s more ambiguous for me. It's more like, ‘This is the world we live in now and here are the pros and here ...…
 
Jerry Gamblin (@jgamblin) joins Seth and Ken to talk about #hackersummercamp, DEF CON 27, and all things Vegas. Discussion includes NULL license plates, software bill of materials, and more.
 
Alec Baldwin and Matthew Landfield crossed paths one time before their Here's the Thing interview. In early 2001, Alec was shooting a movie in front of 31 Desbrosses Street in New York's Tribeca neighborhood. Matthew had grown up in the building in the 1980s, raised by a performance-artist mom and modernist-painter father. Matthew and Alec said ...…
 
Seth and Ken are joined by Stefan (@lojikil) and Bobby (@b0bbytabl3s) to talk about Kubernetes Security based on the assessment they conducted at Trail of Bits.
 
Jia Tolentino is a staff writer at the New Yorker and the author of the essay collection Trick Mirror: Reflections of Self-Delusion. “I feel a lot of useful guilt solidifying my own advantages at a time when the ground people stand on is being ripped away. And I feel a lot of emotional anxiety about the systems that connect us - about the thing ...…
 
Six years ago the Board of the Manhattan School of Music faced a daunting decision: who would guide the school into its second century? They turned to someone with a long history with the school, James Gandre. Gandre joined MSM as an administrative assistant in the mid-1980s and rose through the ranks. But before then, he'd been auditioning for ...…
 
Baxter Holmes is a senior writer for ESPN. He won the James Beard Award for his 2017 article, “The NBA's Secret Addiction.” “If there’s anything I’m really fighting for it’s people’s memory. I love the notion of trying to write a story that sticks with people. And that requires really compelling characters. It requires in-depth reporting — you ...…
 
Seth and Ken discuss the latest news, including the Capital One Breach, Project Zero's recent iOS vusnerability disclosures, and further malicious NPM package takeovers. Further topics include learning who to trust and security code reviews.
 
Jenny Odell is a multidisciplinary artist and the author of How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy. “I’ve noticed that the times I’m extra susceptible to being on social media is when I am feeling personally insecure or when I’m dealing with existential dread. That within itself is not part of the attention economy—that’s just a hum ...…
 
Brian Lehrer is a unique figure in the public life of New York City. Beyond hosting the city's defining daily talk show, he's our conscience and our conciliator. When New Yorkers want a fair mayoral debate, they often call Brian. When WNYC needed someone to help us process our own #metoo moment, we called Brian. The Peabody Awards honored The B ...…
 
Josh Levin is the national editor at Slate. He is the host of the podcast Hang Up and Listen and the author of The Queen: The Forgotten Life Behind an American Myth. “I think it’s a strength to make a thing, one that people might have thought was familiar, feel strange. And reminding people —in general, in life—that you don’t really know as muc ...…
 
Seth and Ken are joined by Adam Baldwin (@adam_baldwin) to discuss a topic we've been talking a lot about - 3rd party dependency and supply chain security. Adam gave a talk at this year's LocoMoco Security conference where he discuss fascinating and VERY relevant topics such as "developer burnout as an attack vector" as well as providing stats ...…
 
Alexander Acosta has resigned from his position as Secretary of Labor in the Trump administration. That's because of the sweetheart deal he cut politically connected financier Jeffrey Epstein back in 2008, when Acosta was a federal prosecutor. In the swirl of news following Epstein's re-arrest, but before the Acosta resignation, Julie Brown ste ...…
 
Taffy Brodesser-Akner is a staff writer at the New York Times and the author of Fleishman Is in Trouble: A Novel. “As a profile writer, the skill I have is getting in the room and staying in the room until someone is like, ‘Why is this bitch still in the room? Get her out of there?’ It’s a journalistic skill that is not a fluffy skill. There ar ...…
 
Seth and Ken discuss conference proposals submissions and how to stand out. Also discussions on the latest security news, including the Zoom vulnerability disclosure, European fines for Marriott, and the latest hijacked/backdoored third-party library.
 
Corey Johnson wants to be the next mayor of New York, and the press seems to think he will be. His plan to fix transit is the centerpiece of his platform. Tom Wright is the CEO of the powerful Regional Plan Association. That organization imagines the future and comes up with ideas for infrastructure and bureaucracy that could meet its needs. Ni ...…
 
Renata Adler is a journalist, critic, and novelist. Her nonfiction collection is After the Tall Timber. “Unless you're going to be fairly definite, what's the point of writing?” Thanks to Mailchimp and Pitt Writers for sponsoring this week's episode. Adler on Longform Adler's New Yorker archive [7:00] I, Libertine (Theodore Sturgeon • Ballantin ...…
 
Julian Berton joins Seth and Ken to talk about Developer Training, Security Standards and AppSec Day, a global Application Security conference in Melbourne, Australia. They also discuss the latest lodash vulnerability and Boeing's outsourcing of developers.
 
Alex Mar has written for The Believer, Wired, and New York. She is the author ofWitches of America and the director of the documentary American Mystic. “I really do believe that all of us run on some kind of desire for meaning. And if someone is an atheist and they don’t subscribe to an organized system, it doesn’t mean that they don’t crave so ...…
 
California Congressman Adam Schiff weighs both sides of the impeachment debate and speaks out forcefully on Iran. Plus why his childhood in Massachusetts had an influence on his future career, why his his mother was so disappointed that he went to law school instead of medical school, and whether President Trump has done more to encourage or di ...…
 
Hello and welcome back to a show that remembers wondering how NO ONE could tell Clark Kent was just Superman with glasses or as we like to call it, Now That I’m Older. This week we get into some of the strange things some people do in their families and Shane of course shares some of his stories about weird stuff his family did, then Kenny make ...…
 
David Epstein has reported for ProPublica, Sports Illustrated, and This American Life. His new book is Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World. “You can’t just introspect or take a personality quiz and know what you’re good at or interested in. You actually have to try stuff and then reflect on it. That’s how you learn about yours ...…
 
Seth and Ken welcome Abdullah Munawar and Ben Pick to the show. They discuss their path into application security, current roles, and OWASP involvement. Specifically, Abdullah and Ben talk about running the OWASP NoVA chapter and challenges in organizing the Global AppSec DC conference.
 
Hello and welcome to a show that remembers how dope it used to be to get most of the Happy Meals toys as a little kid and how shitty it was to get the Burger King ones or as we like to call it, Now That I’m Older. This week Kenny kind nerds out on one of Shane’s Favorite bands of all times, TOOL and how there may be more than meets the eyes to ...…
 
Michael Pollan writes for The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker and is the author of nine books. His latest is How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence. “I don’t like writing as an expert. I’m fine doing public speeches as an expert. Or ...…
 
Based on demand, Seth and Ken are joined by Tanya Janca (@shehackspurple) to talk about all things OWASP, travel, and experinces. Topics include OWASP DevSlop, diversity, and inclusion
 
Julie Brown of the Miami Herald conceived, reported, and wrote one of the most explosive criminal justice stories in recent memory. She revealed the shutting down of an FBI investigation that may have been on the verge of discovering the full extent of a child-sex-trafficking operation run by politically-connected billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. T ...…
 
Hello and welcome back to a show that remembers when Janet Jackson was just Michael’s little sister and not the chick who’s boob popped out at the Superbowl or as we like to call it, Now That I’m Older! This week we have another remix show, because last week, when we were scheduled to record, Kenny was under the weather! So this week, we pulled ...…
 
Casey Cep has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The New Republic. She is the author of Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee. “I want to meet all of these expectations. I want my book to be a page-turner. I want it to be a beautiful literary object. I want it to sell. I want it to do all of these thing ...…
 
Hello and Welcome back to a show that remembers when we all saw Cindy Crawford pull up in a Lamborghini in 1992, pop open a Pepsi and none of us little boys (and some little girls lives were forever changed because of that commercial. This week we weren’t able to get together to record so I pulled a couple of older clips. The first one is an ou ...…
 
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