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Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich discusses the incredible new 3D motion picture event, Metallica: Through the Never. The music-driven feature film combines a bold narrative and spectacular live performance footage of one of the most popular and influential rock bands in history. Moderated by Matt Everitt at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.
 
Mitschnitte meiner Vorlesungen. Diese werden als Screencast oder Podcast (MP3) angeboten. In der Regel sind Pflegeinformatik, Informatik im Gesundheitswesen und eLearning meine Themen. Die Podcasts können auch über iTunes kostenfrei subskribiert werden. Suchen Sie einfach nach "Ulrich Schrader" in iTunes.
 
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"On the Money," which airs 9pm E.T. weeknights on CNBC, is a new show dedicated to helping you make the most of your money. CNBC's Carmen Wong Ulrich, leading personal finance expert and frequent contributor to NBC's The Today Show and Nightly News, delivers personalized, actionable information that allows you to survive and thrive during these volatile economic times. Watch as Carmen answers your everyday Dollar Dilemmas, and guides you through what can be the very confusing, intimidating, ...
 
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A Strangely Isolated Place
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The latest ambient, electronica, techno, drone, shoegaze and chillout mixes from www.astrangelyisolatedplace.com
 
Author Robert J. Peterson and Comedian Tim Powers present an AFTERSHOW of the CW Series RIVERDALE. Tim and Bob are both lifelong Archie readers and comcs fans. The boys discuss the show from their unique perspective, examine the storyline and script, and determine how true RIVERDALE stays to the source material. If you love ARCHIE, if you love RIVERDALE, you'll like what Tim and Bob have to say in HIRAM's Lodge . Follow us on Twitter @Lodge_Hiram
 
Pat Mayo and Geoff Ulrich are two of the brightest minds in fantasy golf. Every Monday and Wednesday they'll be bringing you course analysis, golfers to watch, and different strategies to employ when creating your PGA lineups. Don't miss an episode, and gain an edge on the competition.
 
Com um acervo de mais de 250 episódios e entrevistas com lendas do Rock, o Wikimetal é o principal podcast do país. Pra gente, pelo menos. Apresentado por Daniel Dystyler, Nando Machado e Rafael Masini, o programa é um bate papo com novidades, raridades, entrevistas, notícias, curiosidades e histórias das principais bandas de Rock e Heavy Metal. O Wikimetal já teve a honra de receber convidados como Lars Ulrich, Dave Mustaine, Slash, Tom Araya, Rudolf Schenker, Dee Snider, Scott Ian, Doro Pe ...
 
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Launch Pad
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Meet entrepreneurs and learn the secrets to their startup success on Launch Pad, brought to you by Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship and hosted by Karl Ulrich, Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Wharton School, Rob Coneybeer, Co-founder & Managing Director of Shasta Ventures, and more.Launch Pad was originally broadcast on SiriusXM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School. Launch Pad from The Wharton School is not associated with Blackstone LaunchPad.
 
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It's a miracle, I remembered my sound recorder on my trip to Tokyo earlier this month. I was traveling alone, so I had no excuse not to put it to good use. No-one to ask for my time, or interrupt an 10-minute silence. I managed to take down a whole bunch of record stores on my trip and write about them here, yet still squeeze in a couple of day ...…
 
Roel Funcken is well known around these parts; playing an engaging role in our small online ambient community and amassing a respectful following for his output. Whether through his unique IDM releases (read about one we covered a few years back, or a recent favorite of mine here) or even some of his epic ambient and electronica mixes, he's alw ...…
 
You are likely well aware of the brilliant Silent Season label by now, but you may not be aware of their brilliant mix series that's focused on inviting guests to tell a story - Campfire Stories - through deep ambient and techno music. Some of my favorite selectors have graced the series so far, and there's plenty to get stuck into. Listen to t ...…
 
Listen now for the sheer amusement of hearing Wharton Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Karl Ulrich spend 10 minutes eating bugs: chocolate covered crickets, chile-lime crickets, and coconut brittle bugitos, which Karl describes as, "like peanut brittle, but it's larvae brittle."Don Bugito, founded by Monica Martinez, sells edible in ...…
 
Summer Crenshaw explains Tilr: "Tilr is a mobile first technology that matches people’s skills to company job requirements to automate the recruitment process. So really we’re in the business of eliminating discrimination and closing the skill gap through our technology."One example she uses: a person who has been a restaurant server and a cust ...…
 
I've spent this week creating an ambient mix for a fellow mix series/podcast (will be live soon, around mid-June) and whilst I absolutely love crafting considered mixes, I find myself immersed in certain specific styles of music for days on end without coming up for air. As I’m searching for tracks, I’m stumbling across other music that I haven ...…
 
Elevator Pitch, from Seth: “What Welligence does is we gather the richest dataset of upstream oil and gas data, we think, in the world--particularly in Latin America. And we build our own proprietary models to forecast well-by-well production, which is then combined into these pretty clean data tools for our clients to use and make better decis ...…
 
Elevator Pitch, from Philip: “SpectrumScores was founded as a way to empower LGBTQ patients to take care of their own health care by offering an intuitive ranking and review system for health care providers across disciplines, on the basis of their LGBT competence. By providing all of this information and leveraging the collective experience of ...…
 
Elevator Pitch, from Shanel: “MD Ally is a non-emergency 911 navigation solution that ensures the appropriate use of emergency resources by providing non-emergency callers with immediate access to medical guidance, transportation services, and then also scheduling into more appropriate sites of care.”…
 
Elevator Pitch, from Federika: “Collecto is an online luxury retailer that offers an unparalleled gifting experience, and we do so by focusing on three things. The first is a unique product curation. The second is a specialized gift presentation. And the third is a high-touch customer service.”
 
Elevator Pitch, from Michael: “Our vision is to simply simplify automation with snap-on solutions, to help automate energy savings. Our product is a motion-sensing device that goes on top of a light switch, and it mechanically flips the switch for you. So imagine a mini-robot on top of a light switch. You do not have to pull anything out of the ...…
 
Elevator Pitch, from Haley: “Chipper Pet is an environmentally conscious pet food company that enables pet parents to do good for their pet and for the planet. We do this by using sustainable alternative proteins. Our first product is a dog treat that uses cricket protein, which is really powerful. It has two-and-a-half times the amount of prot ...…
 
Elevator Pitch, from Rui Jing: “Avisi is a medical devices company that's working on a product called VisiPlate. VisiPlate is a nanoscale aqueous implant for the drainage of intraocular fluid in glaucoma patients. Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world, and it currently has no cure.”…
 
Mick Chillage and Lee Norris come together as Autumn Of Communion. Between them, their music stretches into the deepest roots of modern ambient music. Lee Norris' monikers range from the cult 90's electronica of Metamatics and Norken, through to the beautiful tones of The Angling Loser - a collective of ambient artists that also includes Porya ...…
 
Republic is, in founder Ken Nguyen's words: "an investment platform that allows everyone, not just millionaires, every day people, irrespective of your income of net worth, to actually invest in private companies, may it be crypto or equity. It's a relatively new thing. It's only been legal for a little bit less than two years."This means that ...…
 
As an analyst at a big Wall Street bank, Wharton Executive MBA grad Jack Kokko spent a lot of time digging through information, and he vividly remembers the feeling of “fearing that you're missing something critical that's putting a billion dollar deal at risk.”Other analysts need no longer suffer as Jack did, thanks to Jack himself, CEO and fo ...…
 
We welcome Keith Kenniff back to the isolatedmix series under his post-classical moniker, Goldmund. A master of many styles of ambient and instrumental music, be it textured ethereal daydreams as Helios, shoegaze inspired ambient alongside his wife, Hollie, or his more instrumental, post-classical side as Goldmund, Keith's output is somehow alw ...…
 
One last time, tuned to nothingness, A swan song for the remnants. Empty buildings, rain and the dark abyss, Lit by neon rain and the artificial descendants. Our good friend Headphone Commute has just published a new mix of mine, titled The Last Frequencies. It's a pretty obvious concept once you listen, but sometimes these things come to me at ...…
 
Karl Ulrich does a great job of summarizing what Kabbage, founded by Kathryn Petralia, does, after several minutes of intense conversation around APRs and credit lines: “I can get a reasonable amount of money in ten minutes, at not-onerous interest rates, with you guys doing the work of filling out the forms based on access to my financial reco ...…
 
When it comes to finding patterns in huge quantities of data, computers are way better than the human brain--at least once they're properly trained. (This is the hard part.)Zebra Medical Vision is training computers "how to detect malignant tissues in breast mammograms, how to detect brain bleed in head CTs, how to detect vertebral fractures in ...…
 
I first happened across Aukai (Markus Sieber), when learning of Abul Mogard remixing his track, 'Snow' early last year. A seemingly delicate and beautiful original is turned into a haunting, synth-laden affair by Abul, was it not for a quick check of the original, I may have missed out on the greatness of Markus' work. A comparison that doesn't ...…
 
arl Ulrich's Elevator Pitch of the Month for March is VEERAH, founded by Stacey Chang, WG'12.Elevator pitch: “Veerah is inspired by women, made for warriors. We are a mission-driven luxury shoe company founded for women to conquer the world in style and make a positive impact. Veerah is PETA approved vegan. All of our shoes are responsibly sour ...…
 
How do you go about convincing factories to work with your startup--especially if you're trying to make a luxury shoe entirely vegan, without sacrificing quality craftsmanship or comfort? Stacey Chang, WG'12, founder of VEERAH, knows, because that's exactly what she did. Listen to her and Karl Ulrich, Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship & Innovation ...…
 
After 20 years as what she calls a "sick care entrepreneur," Ashley Dombkowski wanted to truly become a health care entrepreneur. She’s now Co-founder and CEO of SpoonfulOne, a startup that is trying to stop food allergies before they start. Based on intellectual property licensed from Stanford University, SpoonfulOne introduces the foods are r ...…
 
Finding a new place to live is stressful, but VeryApt—founded by two Wharton MBA alumni, Scott Bierbryer and Ashrit Kamireddi, both WG’14—aims to reduce that stress by restoring trust in the apartment search process. Recently, Scott joined Karl Ulrich, Wharton’s Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, on his radio show, Launch Pad. Here’s ...…
 
Fig Loans is super cool for a bunch of reasons: 1) They’re in the payday loans business, but they’re helping people rebuild their credit;2) The founders are Wharton alumni who met and founded the company while they were getting their MBAs (fun fact: their first project, created at PennApps Hackathon two weeks before school started, was a game c ...…
 
Maria Papadomanolaki has been a part of the ASIP library for a few years now. One of the first artists that caught my ear on the n5MD label, I remember seeing Maria perform many-years ago in London alongside Winterlight and port-royal. Dalot's shoegaze-inspired ambient drones kicked off a brilliant night of relatively unheard artists from the n ...…
 
Karl Ulrich's Elevator Pitch of the Month for February is Rockets of Awesome, founded by Rachel Blumenthal.Elevator pitch: “Rockets of Awesome is a personal shopping service and vertical apparel brand for kids. What we really seek to do is to deliver solutions and services to parents. And what we had identified is that kids are outgrowing their ...…
 
Karl Ulrich has given a LOT of thought to how to come up with a great company name, but his conversation with Rockets of Awesome founder Rachel Blumenthal has made him revise his naming rules.Listen to hear why he thinks Rockets of Awesome is such a great name--as well as for some great entrepreneurial insights about how to validate an idea, an ...…
 
In the words of Sally Poblete, WG'00, Wellthie founder: “Wellthie is a marketplace and sales optimization platform so that small businesses can find the best fit insurance for them across the United States, with the help of a licensed insurance expert.”Wellthie lays out the full array of insurance options for small business—with under 50 or, in ...…
 
You need to deck out a new home--you need Snowe. Founder Andres Modak, WG'12, G'12, has sourced luxury essentials and priced them way below fancy department stores.Here's his elevator pitch: "Snowe is first and foremost, a vertical brand. We're building the home goods destination for the contemporary consumer. What we do is, we simplify shoppin ...…
 
Karl Ulrich's Elevator Pitch of the Month for January is The One Health Company, founded by Penn and Wharton alum Benjamin Lewis.Here’s Ben's elevator pitch: “The One Health Company is changing the way that animal testing is done. We’re totally turning it on its head, from something that hurts animals to something that actually benefits animals ...…
 
Here’s founder Ben Lewis' elevator pitch: “The One Health Company is changing the way that animal testing is done. We’re totally turning it on its head, from something that hurts animals to something that actually benefits animals. Rather than taking animals in the laboratory that are otherwise healthy, giving them a disease, and then testing o ...…
 
Possibly the worst part of healthcare is the sheer incomprehensibility of the bill. Is it right? Is it wrong? With all those codes, and back and forth with the insurance company, who can tell? As it turns out, people mostly just don’t pay healthcare bills. According to Chris Wolfington, founder of FinPay, “in 2016 there were $460 billion, with ...…
 
If you can lead soldiers into battle, you can cold call 140 investors.Neuroflow founder Chris Molero, WG’17, is a veteran, and he’s seen the effects of PTSD. As he reminds us, “20 veterans a day commit suicide, on average.”Neuroflow is his way of fighting back. Neuroflow uses wearables to measure the physical effects of stress, and quantify the ...…
 
Karl Ulrich's Elevator Pitch of the Month for December is Harper Wilde, founded by Jenna Kerner and Jane Fisher.Harper Wilde “takes the BS out of bra shopping.” Jane and Jenna “decided to build a company that would make it easier to buy more fairly priced bras, everyday bras, online, without the hassle.” They offer home try-on of three bras, an ...…
 
All right, men: imagine that every time you wanted to buy a pair of boxers, you had to spend three hours searching through hundreds of options and pay $50 or even $70? This is the hook that finally got investors—93% of whom are men—to pay attention to Harper Wilde, a company which, as founder Jane Fisher says, “takes the BS out of bra shopping. ...…
 
If what you need is a diamond, head over to RareCarat.com immediately. If what you need is some insight into founding and growing the Kayak for diamonds, listen to this fascinating conversation between Karl Ulrich and RareCarat founder Ajay Anand. This interview is full of useful ideas—one of which is, obviously, to be in Karl’s class at Wharto ...…
 
What happens when two women with amazing tech skills and experience have kids? They create Winnie, a companion app for modern parents. Sara Mauskopf and Anne Halsall, founders of Winnie, have some seriously impressive tech cred. Anne was a Webmaster at Google during its early days, then quit to build iPhone apps as soon as soon as Apple release ...…
 
Tim & Bob continue to lose entusiasm for Riverdale and create 5 plots way more interesting than any of the plots currently running on Riverdale now. Archie's viral video results in negative repercussions, as Principal Waldo Weatherby demands he disband the Red Circle. Though Archie refuses, the Red Circle disbands regardless due to the football ...…
 
Tim & Bob continue to slowly burn out on a show that's not targeted at them anyway, but they still love Archie Comics. Still. Kevin, who was in the forest, hears the gunshots and rushes to find Midge crying. Moose, who shielded Midge from the gunfire, is hospitalized and survives. Following the incident, Archie founds a vigilante group called t ...…
 
Karl Ulrich's Elevator Pitch of the Month for November is Allbirds, founded by Joey Zwillinger.Elevator Pitch: “We set out to make the most comfortable shoe in the world. What we did to do that was strip away every single detail of a current construction of a shoe that is unnecessary and either takes away for comfort or is focused on dropping c ...…
 
Karl's wearing Allbirds right now. Partly for the look--no logos, just a stylish wool sneaker--partly because they really are, as Time magazine called the, The Most Comfortable Shoe In The World, and partly because they're made of sustainable materials, which is awesome. But he truly loves this company because they're so very innovative. Think ...…
 
Tim & Bob finally get out of Jingle-Jangle rehab and break down Seaon 2, episode 2 of RIVERDALE on the CW. After learning of Ms. Grundy's murder, an increasingly anxious Archie suspects that her death is connected with Fred's shooting, which pushes him to get a gun from Dilton Doiley. Following the shooting, business at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe h ...…
 
Fertility care is expensive—and the experience itself is far from wonderful. Enter Carrot, which works with employers of any size to offer egg freezing and in-vitro fertilization (IVF) as a workplace benefit.Fertility is having a transformative moment. Tammy says, “Infertility and fertility are fast becoming no longer taboo topics to talk about ...…
 
Lunch for under $6. That’s what MealPal promises.Here’s how it works: you place an order online, anytime between 5:00 pm the night before and 9:30 am that morning, and you get to choose from lots of restaurants that have partnered with MealPal. Each restaurant offers just one meal, but you get a picture and an ingredient list. Set when you want ...…
 
Tim & Bob return with their usual shenanegans. Leave us a nice review on iTunes, would you please? After being shot, Fred is rushed to the hospital by Archie, who is soon joined by his friends. Sheriff Keller gains a description of the shooter from Archie and calls him in for a lineup, but none of the men in the lineup are the shooter. When Ver ...…
 
Karl Ulrich's Elevator Pitch of the Month for October is Zipline, founded by Keenan Wyrobek.Elevator Pitch: “We deliver essential medical products using drones, small robotic aircrafts, in the hardest to reach parts of the world. Our first customer is the government of Rwanda, and we are responsible for all of the outgoing blood supply chain, d ...…
 
Blood has a very short shelf life, and in Rwanda--as in many countries--getting blood to where it's needed can be a transportation nightmare. Enter Zipline, which uses drones to deliver blood to the hardest to reach parts of the world. Their first customer is the government of Rwanda, where they deliver blood to hospitals in the entire western ...…
 
Tim & Bob return for their thoughts on the season 1 finale and their hopes for season 2-- and SABRINA. Also, Bob got married while we were on hiatus. Please leve a nice comment on itunes, please. We love you. Follow us on Twitter. It is revealed that Clifford was in the drug business and Jason found out. Clifford killed Jason to stop him from e ...…
 
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