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Making Ways podcast is about the stories behind the art of music. Host and illustrator Rob Goodman interviews bands with the visual artists they collaborate with for album covers, posters, videos, and more. In conversation together about the creative process and the intersection of art and music.
 
Daniel O'Reilly (AKA Dapper Laughs) Provides interesting & funny stories in this no holds barred real talking rollercoaster of a podcast! Jump inside his mind & join him on this hilarious podcast's featuring outrageous stories, interesting guests & snowflake free humour and just in general chatting utter boll*cks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Voices of Santa Clara is a podcast that aims to educate, inspire, and connect the Santa Clara University community to live our values of competence, conscience, and compassion. Now hosted by Malachi Finn, Darius Johnson, and Antonio Magallanes, this podcast strives to further and expand the vision founded by Gavin Cosgrave by highlighting influential members of our community, providing a powerful message to our listeners, learning new perspectives from others, and simply having a good time. ...
 
Significant changes in labor demographics and advances in technology are leading to a remarkable transformation in how companies organize work and define what a “worker” is. The ramifications of reimagining work are far-reaching and, likely, irreversible. See the rise of the gig economy as just one example of this dynamic. For companies, these changes signal the dawn of the radically-agile workforce: a talent strategy built on the ability to access the right people—and skills—inside or outsi ...
 
Sinister Silhouettes is a true-crime podcast that explores the illicit, the sordid, and the downright conniving acts that one person can commit against another. Join Tasha as she unravels cases that made headlines and conspiracies that just might hold a grain of truth. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your fix. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/true-crime-by-the-book/exclusive-content
 
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Remote work has become the new normal, and as a business owner, you can’t help but wonder how this will affect your business during tax seasons to come. Kathy LaMonica, principal and senior manager of Rea’s State and Local Tax (SALT) team is here to discuss the layers of remote work and what landmines do you need to be aware of, registering for pay…
 
In today’s episode, we’re joined by Hazel English discussing her latest album “Wake UP!” with bandmate and album designer David Vieira. Hazel and David discuss working together on the album, how the packaging came together, and Hazel’s process for songwriting. You’ll hear about the themes behind “Wake UP!” and David’s approach to the handcrafted de…
 
Sparked by this tweet, Matt and Mike have an informal chat about the whole Swagger to OpenAPI transition and why OpenAPI hasn't really been able to step away from the shadow of Swagger. We discuss ways communities members can help with pushing the OpenAPI naming over using Swagger, how SEO plays a fair bit into the whole thing and why naming things…
 
“Sales” has a bad reputation. When you think about somebody who “sells” for a living, what type of person do you think about? Does the image of a pushy car salesman come to mind? Or maybe you’re thinking about a conversation you had with pushy telemarketers during dinner? Why does the very thought of “sales” leave such a bad taste in our mouth? On …
 
Mike tells Sarah about an impending conflict, a dissident singer and America's first internet-enabled cancellation. Digressions include "Freedom Fries" and 1990s record company shenanigans. The co-hosts harmonize for the first time; Mike struggles not to call the Chicks by their former name. Content note: This episode includes misogynistic, racist …
 
In the second installment of our Host Kickback series, we indulge in the overarching influence of social media. From social media’s effect on self-confidence, mental health, drug abuse, political advocacy, to even financial literacy, we highlight various ways in which social media has been a medium of information, for good or for worse. See acast.c…
 
George Clarke, lead singer from the band Deafheaven joins Making Ways alongside his creative collaborator, close friend, graphic designer, and musician Nick Steinhardt from the band Touché Amoré. In addition to his work with Deafheaven, Nick Steinhardt has designed packaging for popular artists like Tom Petty, Pink, Britney Spears, and the latest P…
 
How important is your company’s brand? As a business leader, you’ve worked hard to build a company on key values, instill solid company culture, and deliver an excellent experience. These qualities have all shaped your business’s brand. But what if you were faced with a really tempting opportunity or a decision that would ultimately take you out of…
 
Songwriter and musician Shamir Bailey and artist Faye Orlove talk about the art of the music video that Faye illustrated and animated for the song “Running” off of Shamir’s latest self-titled album. In this conversation, we get into the collaboration and connection between these two, the backstory of the video, and go deeper into both the songwriti…
 
Today’s episode is a rerun of our conversation with Grab’ President Ming almost 2 years ago. If you have been following the news, you probably know that Grab recently announced its plan to go public in the US via SPAC. It is the world’s largest SPAC merger deal up to date and is expected to be the largest IPO by a Southeast Asian company in the US.…
 
These days, work is no longer defined by showing up at 8, punching a clock, doing your job, and getting outta there at 5. Employees are increasingly shaping the workforce and they are demanding a business environment that prioritizes health, well-being, psychological safety, flexible work options, DEI, and more. Karen Sating, a leader on Rea’s HR t…
 
Mike tells Sarah how liberal magazines turned a "kids these days" moral panic into a national crisis. Digressions include Law & Order, Dave Foley and swimming pool etiquette. This episode contains detailed descriptions of sexual assault, mass shootings and suicide. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch Where else to find …
 
Laura Lee of Khruangbin and designer Nate Utesch discuss the stories behind the art of the band’s latest album ‘Mordechai.’ In this expansive conversation for the new Making Ways podcast, we dive into the origin story of the record and how the artwork came together as a collaboration between Laura and Nate. Laura shares her creative songwriting pro…
 
Relationships are the cornerstone of any good organization and initiative. What we’ve learned over the years is that the stronger the relationship, the more success you are likely to achieve. When it comes to the topic of relationships, there are so many avenues we could take. In this episode of unsuitable, we are going to take a look at the incred…
 
Matthew Caws of Nada Surf and lifelong friend, artist Melissa Unger discuss the music and artwork that brings the band’s latest album ‘Never Not Together’ to life and uncover new layers behind the record’s biggest themes. In this debut episode of the new Making Ways podcast, hear about Matthew and Melissa’s creative practices, the value of ritual, …
 
Today on the show we have Binny Bansal. Binny cofounded Flipkart in 2007 and played a pivotal role in scaling it to a market leading e-commerce space which still has so many fundamental customer and supply problems along the way. From a small beginning, Binny along with his friend Sachin Bansal turned Flipkart into a massive online commerce venture…
 
People tend to spend more time thinking about and planning their next family vacation than they do thinking about and planning for retirement. As a result, they are ill-equipped to make that inevitable leap into their Golden Years when the time finally does come. Darlene Finzer, a Later Life Planning expert at Rea & Associates, is here to discuss w…
 
Bob Shapiro is on a mission from God, F. Lee Bailey joins the Dream Team, and we get in our DeLorean to meet two of the most notorious Florida Men of the '60s: Carl Coppolino and Murph the Surf. Digressions include Linda Evangelista, Patty Hearst, "The Commitments" and the upside of peaking in your 50s. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon Donate on Pa…
 
This episode we get back into the swing of things jumping in deep to Lil Nas Xs music video as well as his role in the conspiracy in question. We also cover the stuff happening behind the scenes during this time to include further censorship and government oversight. Lastly we touch on celebs speaking out and being reprimanded by the system.…
 
Tune in for a special preview of the new Making Ways podcast where we're taking you behind the stories of the art of music. Host Rob Goodman interviews bands with the visual artists they collaborate with for album covers, posters, videos, and more. In conversation together about the creative process and the intersection of art and music. Get a snea…
 
Jim Miller currently serves as the Chief Technology Officer for Wayfair, an American e-commerce company that sells furniture and home-goods. He has spent his career scaling operations in executive roles at innovative tech companies such as Google, Amazon, Intel, and Cisco. Before joining Google, Jim Miller was the Executive Vice President of Sanmin…
 
Do you know the difference between a “Managed Service Provider” and a “Managed Security Service Provider”? While they may have similarities, there are some crucial differences between the two – starting with the fact that managed security service providers lead with a security and risk-first approach. Shawn Richardson and Jorn Baxstrom, leaders on …
 
Today we have our first ever husband and wife duos on the show, Sonny Vu and Christy Trang Le from Arevo. Arevo develops technology to enable direct digital additive manufacturing parts for end-use applications in high volume. It makes advances in materials science, 3D printing software, and robotics to automate the production of carbon fiber reinf…
 
Even though the 2021 tax season is coming to an end, if you are a business owner, taxes should always be a topic of consideration — especially your tax obligations at the state and local levels. Luke Lucas, a senior manager on Rea & Associates’ state and local tax team, is here to give us some insight into how different states have responded to the…
 
Special guest Cassie da Costa tells Mike and Sarah how Vanessa fell from grace and picked herself back up. Digressions include Stephen Sondheim, Rush Limbaugh and Joan Rivers. The tyranny of abs is discussed at length. Here's Cassie's episode of You Must Remember This and her website! Support us: Subscribe on Patreon Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch…
 
2020 taught us many lessons, mainly that you will never truly be prepared for everything no matter how hard you try. Even so, understanding the essential functions of your business may help keep you going strong until you can get back on course. Andrew Geiser, a senior manager on Rea & Associates’ manufacturing and distribution services team, share…
 
Mike reached new levels of rantiness on his other show and we wanted to make sure all our beloved debunkmates knew. PLUS: A special announcement! Subscribe to Maintenance Phase here Subscribe to Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads, here Support us: Subscribe on Patreon Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch Support the show (http://patreon.com/yourewrongabou…
 
Today on the show, we have Allon Bloch, CEO and co-founder of K Health. K Health is America's number one most downloaded medical app with over 4 million users. It uses AI and advanced technology to provide better and more affordable health care. Unlike other symptom checkers that rely on static rules or protocols to give you the best guess at a dia…
 
The 2021 busy season just got busier for tax professionals. Working through the results of the recent election, new tax provisions resulting from an ongoing pandemic, and more, business owners will have to be prepared to look at things a little differently in the year ahead. Chris Axene, a principal on Rea’s federal tax team, explains what accounta…
 
Mike tells Sarah how a 20-year-old singer, actress and French horn player became Miss America with less than six months of practice. Digressions include Ted Bundy, Stephen King’s “It” and a bonus debunking of the "bra-burning feminist" trope. We're sorry to say that this episode includes a description of child sexual abuse. Support us: Subscribe on…
 
Charitable giving in 2020 looked a lot different than anyone could have expected. Policy changes, tax updates, and a larger share of household giving than the preceding year all played a role. Laura MacDonald, principal and founder of Benefactor Group, is here to provide insight into what she witnessed as a leader in the nonprofit space during 2020…
 
Sarah's other show has a special guest! Maintenance Phase co-host Aubrey Gordon visits Why Are Dads to talk about Christopher Nolan, trash masculinity and the dwindling number of non-problematic superheroes. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch Where else to find us: Sarah's other show, Why Are Dads Mike's other show, Ma…
 
Today's episode was recorded back in 2019, way before Affirm became a 27 billion dollar public company, and the BNPL (that is buy now pay later) won over young consumers across the world. Before Affirm, Max was known as the co-founder of PayPal, where he designed the company's system to detect fraud. A "fintech nerd", as he called himself and seria…
 
Phil, Mike, and Matt get together for a discussion about how to safely sunset an API endpoint with the end goal being deprecation. We take a look at why its important to be overly communicative about it, what an appropriate length of time is from announcement to deprecation and how you can do it in a way that doesn't make your team or external cons…
 
The busiest time of year for tax professionals is about to get a lot busier - thanks to the CARES Act, PPP Second Draw Loans (not to mention PPP 1.0), and the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). There are a lot of questions facing business owners and it's up to the tax professionals to provide them with the answers they're looking for. But, it's fair …
 
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