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Gaby Dunn unapologetically examines the intersection of finances, feelings and the f*cking system. Each week NY Times best-selling author and comedian Gaby brings a social justice, feminist, and unabashedly radical point of view to conversations with top journalists, student loan experts, tax specialists, mutual aid organizers and other money disrupters in their fields. Leave Gaby a voicemail at 844-474-4040 or write GabyIsBadWithMoney@gmail.com.
 
Local business personalities on their successes, strengths, and perseverance in the marketplace to empower, inform and encourage the 80% of American micro to small businesses that tend to be family owned of 9 employees or less. Shows cover topics on business coaching, networking, health and fitness, criminal justice, cyber security, money, and veteran spotlights.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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This month Naomi Fowler speaks with Paul Caruana Galizia, one of the sons of Malta’s incredible investigative journalist and anti-corruption champion Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was assassinated in 2017. Paul Caruana Galizia discusses his mother's legacy, the capture of Malta through an aggressive, over-sized finance sector with financial secrecy a…
 
We talk about the chip shortage a lot on DTNS and I think we do a pretty good job of explaining the basics of the issue. There was fluctuation in orders there was unexpected demand and the chip plants are now operating at capacity while they try to work through the backlog and bring on new plants to add capacity. The shortage was most acute in auto…
 
Apple sends a cease and desist letter to a Chinese citizen who leaked information about stolen iPhone prototypes on social media. Is preventing leaks a way to keep consumers engaged or just to keep corporate secrets? And a big roundup of China related tech stories on the government’s latest crackdowns on tech and what it means. Starring Tom Merritt…
 
Angel Hawks sells self defense products from Damsels in Defense, and talks about her stun guns, pepper spray, striking equipment with Host Rick Rawson. In addition to these self defense products, she also offers an age appropriate book line to educate youth about the ways predators work today. How do you protect a child from a perp? It only takes 2…
 
Mike Murphy, owner of Murphy's Music, joins co-hosts Larry Kortkamp and John Chester for this interview with this north Texas icon in the music industry. Second generation of this local family business, Mike and his brother enjoy knowing their instruments are used therapeutically for entertainment, worship, and mental-emotional health. Over the las…
 
Facebook continued the trend of stellar tech company earnings reports with revenue up 56% and monthly active users up 7% to 2.9 billion. Reviews for Intel’s gaming NUC 11 Extreme enthusiast gaming PC have arrived. See how well it rated. Finally 1st and 2nd generation Kindles might lose their ability to download eBooks. We discuss your options. Star…
 
One Tribe Foundation, formerly 22 Kill, creates a community that raises awareness and combats suicide by empowering veterans, first responders, medical frontline workers and their families through traditional and non-traditional therapies. Founder and Directory Buck Kerns talks with Clint Fuqua about those transitions, and renewed commitment to the…
 
We examine the exploding phenomenon of Virtual Idols on YouTube. What are Virtual Idols and why are they so popular on Google’s online video platform? Spotify listeners rose 22% to 365 million in Q2. That might sound pretty good, but it’s less than everyone, including Spotify, expected. And Sony reports the PS5 is their fastest selling video game c…
 
This week on the show, Gaby tackles how to unionize, why you should unionize, and their own experiences working at Buzzfeed during union talks. Then, they are joined by Wendy Liu, author of Abolish Silicon Valley, to expose the hypocrisy that awakened her to the need for tech unions. And finally, investigative journalist Cerise Castle, one of Gaby'…
 
Intel unveils its latest company road map which includes plans to build chips for Qualcomm, Facebook issues a voluntary recall of the Oculus 2 and Samsung announces what to expect from its upcoming August 11th event. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Nate Lanxon, Roger Chang, Joe. Link to the Show Notes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
China’s State Administration for Market Regulation ordered Tencent to end its exclusive music licensing rights within 30 days including requirements for copyright holders to give the company better treatment than rivals. Google announced it will now designate a subset of APIs across the company as Google Enterprise APIs, which will be subject to st…
 
Welcome to Seniors In Tech, a podcast mini-series where we bust stereotypes by talking to seniors who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era, and or are currently tech-fluent in their everyday lives. I’m Dr. Niki Ackermans and in this final installment of Seniors In Tech we're talking to Dr. Ruth Pordes. A software e…
 
On Wednesday, the US Federal Trade Commission voted to increase its enforcement of laws against repair restrictions that prevent small businesses, workers, consumers, and even government entities from fixing their own products. We discuss where the current state of right to repair is at and what we can expect in the near future. Starring Tom Merrit…
 
Netflix loses 400,000 plus North American subscribers, Tumblr is testing a new feature called Post+ that lets some users charge their followers a monthly fee for exclusive content, and a market survey has revealed 75% of TikTok visitors discover musical artists there, while 63% say it’s a source for music they haven’t heard before. Starring Tom Mer…
 
Senator Elizabeth Warren joins Gaby to put pressure on President Biden re: student loan forgiveness and to rip into billionaires opposing the wealth tax. You heard that right. Elizabeth Warren is our guest this week. Why isn't Biden cancelling 50K of federal student loan debt? Then, Gaby talks to their good college friend and Boston local Kasey Fie…
 
Priavacy-focused search engine DuckDuck Go is offering an email protection feature. Sony announced two high-end home theater products with HDMI 2.1 passthrough ports that support 8K, 4K gaming at 120 Hertz, Dolby Vision HDR, eARC and more. Two former WhatsApp employees launched the HalloApp a private ad-free social network. Starring Tom Merritt, Sa…
 
A forensic analysis report by Amnesty International claims NSO Group’s Pegasus software was used by clients to compromise the phones of more than 1,000 heads of state, politicians, journalists, activists, and business executives in more than 50 countries. Warner Media will launch a streaming news service in the US under the CNN banner called– you c…
 
Ifrah Kanwal had to leave an abusive arranged marriage, and she had to learn how her voice mattered as she built her life back up. Host Rebecca Dollinger talks to Ifrah about the experience, and unearths all the ways the various forms of abuse wreaked havoc on her emotional life. The toll it all took on her self esteem was brutal, and she had to re…
 
Host Susan Hamilton and guest Lynn Davenport discuss the federal bills that impact our local independent school districts, and how to understand the systems in place that you are suspecting. No one will argue that we want reading and math competance to improve in K-12 education, but how to do it and preserve our data rights is becoming a blurred li…
 
Meet Cindy George, Independent Stylist and Recruiter for J. Hilburn, with 11 custom categories for fit and fashion menswear line. Host Carol Anglin talks with Cindy about this unique clothing line and all that great clothes can do for our persona and brand. Does what we wear impact our mental and emotion health? Absolutely! Listen in to learn how. …
 
Welcome to Seniors In Tech, a podcast mini-series where we bust stereotypes by talking to seniors who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era, and or are currently tech-fluent in their everyday lives. I’m Dr. Niki Ackermans and this week we are talking to Sandra Foster, a former High School French teacher who taught h…
 
Friend of the show Darren Kitchen has made the road his home with a van kitted out with some of things you might expect, like a table, bed, cooking equipment. But when you hack across America, you need a lot of tech in that van too. Thankfully Darren has agreed to tell us about some of the gear he’s used to tech out the van. Starring Tom Merritt, S…
 
Meet Alex Trevino, owner of Project Thirty Six, a video and audio strategy and distribution company. Host Paul Hittner talks with Alex about the influences that eventually led him to his newest interpretation of the Project Thirty Six brand. Was entrepreneurship what he expected? Why did Alex decide to build a lifestyle into his life in business? H…
 
Netflix announced it has hired Mike Verdu as its Vice President of game development. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission said it has sued Amazon to recall hundreds of thousands of hazardous products distributed on its platform. China’s National Bureau of Statistics reported integrated circuit output in the country rose 43.9% on the year in Ma…
 
We’ve had the honour before on the Taxcast of speaking with law Professor Dorothy Brown in Part 1 of the Whiteness of Wealth Taxcast Extra. She’s been doing trailblazing work on systemic racism and tax justice in the United States for many years. She’s author of the seminal book ‘The Whiteness of Wealth: how the US tax system impoverishes black Ame…
 
Microsoft’s new easy-to-set-up and use virtual windows machine service called Windows 365. Scientists at the University of Oxford and University of Liverpool published a study in the journal New Media and Society called “More diverse, more politically varied: How social media, search engines and aggregators shape news repertoires in the United King…
 
This week, Gaby interviews Autism advocate and technology executive Nicola Whiting about her own diagnosis, neurodiversity in the workplace, disability and neurodivergent accommodations, and the ways neuroatypical people view money differently than neurotypical people. What can employers do better to have a neurodiverse workplace? How can neurodive…
 
France’s competition authority fined Google €500 million for not negotiating in good faith to pay news publishers for the right to show their headlines and snippets in search and news results. The Verge’s Chaim Gartenberg discovered that the iPhone’s built-in weather app on recent versions of iOS never shows the temperature as 69 degrees Fahrenheit…
 
Will a crowdsourced ransom payments tracking website called Ransomwhe.re provide empirical evidence companies need to determine if paying ransomware is beneficial? Plus we examine the impact of PhD students Rodrigo Ochigame and Katherine Ye Search Atlas, a project that displays results from different geographic versions of Google Search, and can ch…
 
In this episode Niki interviews former US Robotics engineer, software/hardware developer and part-time paramedic Michael Musiel about his lenghty career in tech includustry from the late 70s through the present day. You can follow Michael's podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-podcast-that-shall-not-be-named/id674558126 Starring:…
 
The Biden administration issues an executive order that encourages the FCC to restore open internet rules, limit early termination fees by ISPs, limit the ability of ISPs to sign exclusive deals with landlords, and require reporting of ISP prices and rates. Square’s hardware head Jesse Dorogusker announced the company will make a hardware wallet fo…
 
Start-ups position robots as bee replacements in the all-important crop pollination role, Thirty-seven US state and district attorneys general have sued Google in California federal court, alleging it unlawfully maintains a monopoly with the Google Play Store and Steve Wozniak argues for the right to repair. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Justin…
 
Tax planning is an important part of decision-making, and Rebecca Dollinger talks with DFW's Taryn Cali about navigating the new business landscape. Preparation, strategic planning, and filing are all part of Taryn's expertise and service offerings. If you're doing your own taxes, you're paying way too much money! CPA, Enrolled Agent, or attorney a…
 
South Korea lawmakers are considering a revision to a law restricting children from playing games after midnight and China’s Tencent will use facial recognition to stop minors in China from playing video games between 10 pm and 8 am or for more than 90 minutes per day. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Scott Johnson, Owen JJ Stone, Roger Chang, Joe…
 
Welcome to Season 8! This season we're doing things a little differently: each episode, we're going to talk to both experts and to friends of mine with lived experience in the same topic. Get to know me, get to know my buddies from my real life! Our first topic is monetizing fake news, data voids, and how ads work for Facebook and Google misinforma…
 
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