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Best Disruptor Daily podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Disruptor Daily podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Want to know how to become relentless in your faith? The Bible says in Romans 8:19 that "All of creation waits with eager longing for God to reveal his children." This podcast is content to inform and educate Christians on how to be impactful in 2020 and beyond. In this podcast we'll discuss topics like: 1. How to pray, 2. Understanding prophesy, 3. Giving, 4. Christian marketplace influence, 5. Healing ministry, 6. Daily communion with Talking God, 7. Importance of belonging to a church (an ...
 
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NVDAJuniors and seniors silver etf - gdx 5g techblockchainBiotech - IBBBe a traderThe FedADACrypto regulationCrypto gradingBTCFiat inflationWhich bitcoin is the best?#Blockchain, #Privacy #GitHub #Decentralization #DistributedLedgers #Bitcoin, #Cardano #BTC #XBT #ADA #CryptoAssets #AltCoins #DigitalAssets #DigitalCoins #Cryptocurrency #CryptoCoins …
 
COVID-19 has opened up a conversation about remote therapy, but online mental health care goes way beyond talking to a therapist over video chat. App analytics companies say downloads of mental health and wellness apps are up almost 30% since the pandemic began. These include therapy services, but also meditation apps like Calm and Headspace. Do th…
 
Tech has helped in the fight against the coronavirus, but there’s a bottleneck when it comes to contact tracing: public health departments. These government agencies are chronically underfunded, and some don’t have the right tech to get medical data quickly. Host Molly Wood speaks with Dan Gorenstein, co-host of the health-care podcast “Tradeoffs,”…
 
This week marks two years since Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation went into effect. Companies spent millions of dollars on GDPR compliance, and people expected fines so big they’d put Big Tech out of business. That didn’t exactly happen, but what has the GDPR meant for consumer privacy? Host Molly Wood speaks with Jessica Lee, a partner w…
 
(R = Recorded, A= Aired)Junior Silver Miners/Junior Gold Miners ( SILJ /GDXJ )Which precious metal will win? Gold vs Silver, ETF’sSWKS ( SKYWORKS SOLUTIONS ) and NVDA (NVIDIA) and RESN ( Resonant )WPM (Wheaton Precious Metals) - Mentioned before on Episode 5, April 7th.DRDSilver market support levels #stockmarket #stocks #stock #trading #market #in…
 
Most restaurants right now are open for delivery or pickup only, and that means a lot of them are relying on third-party delivery services like Grubhub, DoorDash or Uber Eats. Those services can charge significant fees to restaurants, and some restaurants complain those fees are unsustainable. Some cities have capped those fees and now the delivery…
 
Ventilators, dialysis machines and mechanical beds are more important than ever. That equipment, of course, breaks down. And some manufacturers restrict access to repair information, so hospital technicians can’t just fix things themselves. Molly Wood speaks with iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens, who just launched a public database of medical-equipment repair…
 
Uber looking to buy Grubhub. Facebook buying Giphy. Apple nabbing NextVR. Host Molly Wood speaks with Mark Lemley, who teaches antitrust and internet law at Stanford University, about whether regulators will take action against any of these deals. He says Facebook buying Giphy, for example, may not be any worse than its purchase of Instagram. But t…
 
The Chinese telecom manufacturer Huawei sells a lot of the complex hardware needed for 5G. But what if there were a way to build the networks that didn’t depend on Huawei? A group of 31 companies are pushing for devices that let software do most of the heavy lifting. Host Molly Wood speaks with Doug Brake, director of broadband and spectrum policy …
 
The biggest instant homebuyers — Opendoor, Zillow, Offerpad and Redfin — stopped making purchases in March, in some cases backing out of deals and forfeiting their deposits. Now, some iBuyers are coming back, but they’ll need to prove the model can survive a downturn. Marketplace’s Amy Scott speaks with Mike DelPrete, who watches iBuying closely. H…
 
Host Molly Wood speaks with Marketplace correspondent Scott Tong about the increase in ransomware attacks against hospitals and other health-care facilities. Tong says places that are working on coronavirus testing and vaccines appear to be especially popular targets. And because these institutions are anxious to restore access to potentially lost …
 
Crypto - volatility Market strategy Canada in CrisisGold and silverFed pouring money into the systemIndustrial revolution in Tech/BiotechWhat to have in your portfolio?HIXNVDA GOOGVolatility Index - VIXOur prediction machine using quantum logic - why it’s betterOil going negative - will this sabotage green energy? Find out more at https://the-daily…
 
Notarization has been around for centuries. It’s when an official of the state verifies a person’s identity so she can buy a house, adopt a child or draft a will. Lots of states allow online notarization, but the COVID-19 pandemic has forced others states to follow. On “Marketplace Tech” today, a look at how online notarization works, why it costs …
 
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