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Each weekday afternoon, Axios business editor Dan Primack unpacks the biggest story of the day and why it matters. In 10 minutes, Dan and his guests - global business leaders, influential political operators, and reporters chasing huge scoops - take you inside the accelerating forces, technologies and trends that are remaking your world and work. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 2017. Axios - which means “worthy” in Greek - helps you become smarter, faster with news ...
 
Revisionist History is Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Pushkin Industries. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Trump’s Last Stand: How much damage can a sitting president do in a day or a week or two months? In the first series of How It Happened, national political reporter Jonathan Swan reveals the inside story of Donald Trump’s last few months in office. The story starts with his COVID-19 recovery and ends with the insurrection at the Capitol.
 
Start your morning with news that matters in just 10 minutes. Our host Niala Boodhoo and a team of award-winning journalists will bring you the latest scoops from the White House and Congress, analysis on the economy and insight into the trends shaping your world -- from China to AI, and all the forces shaping the next five years. And it’s all delivered in Smart Brevity® - a clinical, concise coverage style that respects your time. About Axios: Axios is a digital media company launched in 20 ...
 
We tell our children unsettling fairy tales to teach them valuable life lessons, but these Cautionary Tales are for the education of the grown ups – and they are all true. Tim Harford (Financial Times, BBC, author of “The Data Detective” and “The Undercover Economist”) brings you stories of awful human error, tragic catastrophes, daring heists and hilarious fiascos. They'll delight you, scare you, but also make you wiser. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Vasilis and Conor talk about varieties of topics ranging from current events, real estate, general advice and pretty much anything else that will tune viewers in. The podcast will be a platform for serious topics, as well topics falling on the more easy going and free flowing side. Our goal here is to run a podcast where anybody can hop on, take a listen and feel comfortable and also actively involved in whatever the topic is. We are going to be bringing on some people to interview as well, ...
 
You might think you know what it takes to lead a happier life… more money, a better job, or Instagram-worthy vacations. You’re dead wrong. Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos has studied the science of happiness and found that many of us do the exact opposite of what will truly make our lives better. Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale--the most popular class in the university’s 300-year history--Laurie will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surprisin ...
 
What happens when media, entertainment, and technology collide? Peter Kafka, one of the media industry's most acclaimed reporters, talks to business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters to get their take. Produced by Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
“The Asterisk” is a serialized podcast about how events throughout the 2019-2020 NHL season will echo across the ice for generations. In this eight-part series, we chronicle the downfall of Don Cherry, what led to the undoing of the league’s highest-paid coach, how race is now being discussed in the locker rooms and front offices, and what the impact of the coronavirus will be on the league for years to come. Along the way, we interview players, coaches, and journalists to highlight the monu ...
 
Welcome to the Backend Engineering Show podcast with your host Hussein Nasser. If you like software engineering you’ve come to the right place. I discuss all sorts of software engineering technologies and news with specific focus on the backend. All opinions are my own. Most of my content in the podcast is an audio version of videos I post on my youtube channel here http://www.youtube.com/c/HusseinNasser-software-engineering
 
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Workers at Amazon’s warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, rejected unionizing by more than a 2-1 margin earlier this month, despite a surge of national support for their efforts, including from President Biden. This followed a failed effort to get Uber, Lyft and DoorDash drivers recognized as employees and not contractors. Dan talks to two of the organiz…
 
The jury is deliberating whether or not to convict former Minneapolis police Derek Chavin over the death of George Floyd. Presiding Judge Peter Cahill will allow the jury to deliberate every day until 7pm, and if they reach a decision after sunset, the decision will be read the following morning. Plus, a strong start to earnings season. And, Europe…
 
Leaky abstractions occur when the consumer of the abstraction started asking questions about certain behavior which ends up with the need to understand the details behind the abstraction. Joel Spolsky coined this term and in this video I’d like to discuss this concept and provide few examples of my own experience towards leaky abstractions. Let us …
 
What will our jobs, our workspaces, and even the U.S. economy look like after the pandemic is over. New number released in a Prudential/Morning Consult poll indicate that 1 in 4 Americans intend to leave their job once Covid-19 has subsided. We talk with Kim Hart, a technology correspondent at Axios about what all of this means. www.oracle.com/goto…
 
Why is every digital media company talking about a SPAC? Why now? And what, exactly is a SPAC? Axios’ Dan Primack and WSJ’s Ben Mullin talk to Recode’s Peter Kafka about the wave of deal-making, what it means, and how long it will last. Featuring: Dan Primack (@danprimack), Business Editor at Axios Ben Mullin (@BenMullin), Media Reporter at The Wal…
 
You can buy that latte with Bitcoin today after PayPal just did its mainstream crypto dance. Newspaper disruptors The Athletic and Axios have a crush on each other that may blossom into a media SPAC marriage (aka “The Great Re-Bundling”). And Big Wind is having its big moment so we whipped up the 3 big numbers from the Biden infrastructure plan. $B…
 
Apple’s selling podcasts. Facebook wants to distribute podcasts - and take on Clubhouse, too. It’s been a busy couple days for big tech and audio, so Vox Media producer Zach Mack stopped by to talk to Recode’s Peter Kafka and sort through the news. What does all of this mean for creators? What about listeners? And what happens next? Featuring: Zach…
 
Auth0 went down on April/20/2021 and this is the early report. Let us discuss.This incident affects: Auth0 US (PROD) (User Authentication, Machine to Machine Authentication, Multi-factor Authentication, Management API), Auth0 US (PREVIEW) (User Authentication, Machine to Machine Authentication, Multi-factor Authentication, Management API), and Mana…
 
Let us discuss the complexity behind this trojan hack, the multi-layer approach of hiding the RAT (remote access trojan) is absolutely genius. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML_Application https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portable_Network_Graphics https://blog.malwarebytes.com/malwarebytes-news/2021/04/lazarus-apt-conceals-malicious-code-within-bmp-f…
 
Dogecoin has surged over 8,000% in 2021 to become the 4th biggest crypto… just in time for its joke unofficial holiday (much happy). ManU and its buddies whipped up a new international soccer super league that’s the biggest move in sports capitalism in a year. And Peloton’s stock fell 10% at one point yesterday for messing with the 1 rule of crisis…
 
As of Monday, the prosecution and defense have made their cases in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged with murdering George Floyd 11 months ago. Now the verdict is up to the jury. Dan is joined by Axios Twin Cities reporter Nick Halter, who is on the ground, to discuss the highlights from the trial, the dec…
 
Jessica Alba’s side-hustle from Hollywood is to take her Honest Company public, but it all comes down to diaper (cakes). Jeff Bezos released his very last shareholder letter — He believes consumers, not AMZN stoke owners, benefit the most from Amazon. And after all the big banks reported earnings, we noticed 1 theme: They’re pouring pregame cocktai…
 
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been on a hunger strike in prison for three weeks. This weekend his doctor said he could die soon. That’s just the latest in a string of events from abroad that could become major crises for President Biden. Plus, A new way for police departments to handle mental health calls. And, Richard Wright’s new b…
 
Miroslav Volf teaches at Yale Divinity School - and is celebrated for his work on reconciliation and forgiveness. But book learning alone does not explain this focus. Miroslav’s brother was killed in a childhood accident, and the Volf family’s journey through misery and hatred finally ended in a powerful act of forgiveness inspired by Christian tea…
 
Few vulnerabilities in WhatsApp for Andriod discovered that allow an attacker to send an HTML file attachment full access to the user's media, voice notes, pictures, and eventually chat messages (through TLS session resumption keys). In this video, we will discuss the scope of this attack. The vulnerabilities have been patched by facebook.Full arti…
 
We’re sharing the latest episode of the Hard Truths podcast series. In this episode, we try to answer one big question: Why do fewer Latinos have health insurance when compared to others in the U.S.? Guests: Samantha Artiga, director of the racial equity and health policy program at the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Catalina Sol, executive director…
 
We’re sharing the latest episode of the Hard Truths podcast series. In this episode, we try to answer one big question: Why do fewer Latinos have health insurance when compared to others in the U.S.? Guests: Samantha Artiga, director of the racial equity and health policy program at the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Catalina Sol, executive director…
 
Bernie Madoff, architect of the largest Ponzi scheme in American history, died on Wednesday in federal prison, 11 years into his 150-year sentence. Dan digs into Madoff’s crimes, what they revealed about our financial system and what changed after the scheme came crashing down with Diana B. Henriques, author of the Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and…
 
On Fridays, we’ve been wrapping up the week in the trial over the killing of George Floyd. But - that’s been overshadowed by the unrest that continues in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota after the police killing of Duante Wright. These protests and police clashes are happening less than 10 miles from where former Police Officer Derek Chauvin is standing …
 
Philip Klein is the Editor of National Review Online. He's the author of numerous books including the subject of today's discussion, Fear Your Future: How the Deck Is Stacked Against Millennials and Why Socialism Would Make It Worse. Previously he was the executive editor of the Washington Examiner, a Washington correspondent for The American Spect…
 
When James Dallas Egbert III was reported missing from his college dorm - one of America's most flamboyant private detectives was summoned to solve the case. "Dallas" had many of the same problems that most teenagers face - but P.I. William Dear stoked fears that he might have fallen under the evil spell of a mysterious and sinister game.... Dungeo…
 
Established in 1971, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) provides a foundation for African American members of Congress to use their full powers as provided by law. Joining us this week is Majority Whip James Clyburn, Democrat of South Carolina who discusses the history of the group and its priorities moving forward. Learn more about your ad choic…
 
Georgia has become the center of America's politics, in an era where state issues and officials have taken on elevated national prominence. Axios Re:Cap speaks with Georgia state Sen. Jen Jordan, a Democrat running for attorney general, about her state's time under the microscope. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Jeremiah Tower is likely the first Celebrity Chef in the US. A food lover from childhood, he had no formal culinary education before beginning his career as a chef at Chez Panisse, making the place famous for its authentic cuisine that is currently known as California or American style cuisine. Jeremiah later opened one of the most famous restauran…
 
Substack is known for recruiting high profile writers to leave the big name publications and start their own newsletter businesses. Now it wants to recruit writers you haven’t heard of, and get them to cover local news. Cofounders Chris Best and Hamish McKenzie talk to Recode’s Peter Kafka about their plans — as well as criticism and controversy th…
 
As more and more Americans become vaccinated, employers are making the decision to bring their workforce back to the office. But will they require proof of vaccination? Guests: Axios' Bryan Walsh, Sam Baker, and Andrew Freedman Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani G…
 
It’s All Journalism host Michael O’Connell is joined by Heba Aly, CEO of The New Humanitarian, an independent nonprofit newsroom covering humanitarian crises. She discusses how her publication handled the COVID-19 pandemic and why her newsroom might be a model for other outlets as advertising dollars shrink. Keep up with the latest news about the I…
 
Bitcoin, the original cryptocurrency, began life as an academic exercise but went mainstream in part because of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, which launched nearly nine years ago. Today it goes public, at a moment when bitcoin is seen more as an investment than a practical currency. Dan is joined by Coinbase President and COO Emilie Choi to dis…
 
Yesterday, the F.D.A. recommended pausing the use of Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine. This was after cases of a rare blood clot disorder in six American women developed 1-3 weeks after receiving the shot. One woman died and another is in critical condition. Despite this prompt response by the F.D.A, many are left concerned about whether it's still sa…
 
After the U.S. administered nearly 7 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the CDC and FDA this morning issued a recommendation to pause using that particular vaccine after six women developed blood clots following their vaccinations. Dan discusses how this recommendation was likely made, why and how to understand it with Julie M…
 
Yesterday, police said the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, outside Minneapolis Sunday appeared to have accidentally pulled out her gun instead of a taser. Wright was shot and killed during a traffic stop about 10 miles from where George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer last year. Plus, tensions betwe…
 
Chrissy Beck is the managing director of The Chronicle at Duke University and Erica Perel is the former general manager at The Daily Tar Heel at the University of North Carolina. Their newsrooms teamed up to create the Rivalry Challenge around the annual Duke-UNC basketball game, turning it into a revenue maker for both nonprofit newsrooms. Chrissy…
 
NFT’s have been rising in popularity in recent months with franchises like the NBA partnering with Roham Gharegozlou’s Dapper Labs to create Top Shot, or UTA’s Brent Weinstein assisting entertainers to take advantage of it as well. Recode’s Peter Kafka speaks to both of them about their journey getting into NFT’s and blockchain, as well as The Verg…
 
The U.S. secured so many COVID-19 vaccine doses through its Operation Warp Speed contracts that we may soon be sitting on a surplus, even if booster shots are needed. Dan and Vanity Fair contributing editor Katherine Eban discuss her recent reporting, which revealed exactly how those contracts were structured and how the U.S. ended up with a stockp…
 
The Biden administration reported a record number of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border in March - the highest in 15 years. 172,000 people have been apprehended at the border, 19,000 of those unaccompanied children and teenagers. Axios’ Stef Kight and Russell Contreras spent the last week at the border and saw this surge firsthand. Plus, the ho…
 
Sarah Hurwitz worked 24/7 at Harvard, and barely took time off as she built a career in DC writing speeches for first Hillary Clinton and then Michelle Obama. Sarah would even take her cell phone into the shower. But as she explored the teachings of Judaism, she began to appreciate the vital importance of the commandment to observe a day of rest, a…
 
In this episode, we will discuss NULLs in database systems. I’ll go through the following: What is Null? NULLs persistence Whether you store a 0 or 2 billion value in the field 32bit integer field it costs 32 bit when you store a NULL in 32 bit integer field we save 32 bit but add overheads When NULLs are naughty Semantics and inconsistent result S…
 
U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth just published a new memoir called “Every Day is a Gift.” The Illinois Democrat is one of just 17 Asian Americans in Congress. She’s a Purple Heart recipient who became a double amputee as a result of her military service. And she’s a mom - she was actually the first Senator to have a baby while in office. Guests: U.S. …
 
President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan includes spending on child care facilities and elder care — and now members of his administration and allies on the hill are arguing to expand the definition of infrastructure so that it encompasses more than roads and bridges. Dan speaks with Rep. Katie Porter (D-Calif.), who supports Biden’s plans…
 
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