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Brought to you by award-winning writer and TV host Gary Lewis, Gary Lewis Outdoorsman (formerly Ballistic Chronicles) tells the stories of great hunts, provides insights into the firearms industry, discusses custom rifles, wildcat calibers and hunting for mule deer, elk, blacktail deer, whitetails, bear and coyotes. Other topics include hunting trucks, steelhead fishing, upland bird hunting and dog training.
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The Hunt YouTube Series now has a home for audio. Welcome to The Hunt Sessions, where you will hear hunting stories, tips & strategies on all things hunting. We hope to entertain, humor & teach you throughout each episode. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thehuntsessions/support
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ASecuritySite Podcast

Professor Bill Buchanan OBE

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A security podcast is hosted by Professor William (Bill) Buchanan OBE, a world-renowned Information security professional and educator. Join Bill as he interviews and discusses the state-of-the-art with esteemed guests from all corners of the security industry. From cryptologists to technologists, each guest shares a wealth of experience and knowledge.
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Want to learn what it takes to start, develop and build a successful career in the Information Technology industry? The IT Career Energizer podcast enables you to find out how. More than 300 IT and tech professionals, consultants and experts have shared their career experiences and insights to help you to succeed. Previous guests have included Jeff Atwood (Stack Overflow), Troy Hunt (Have I Been Pwned), Nicole Archambault (La Vie en Code), April Wensel (Compassionate Coding), Kent Beck (Agil ...
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A western hunting and fishing podcast focused on sharing the wisdom of our expert guests. We seek out the experts in the Hunting and Fishing world, and bring their knowledge to you. Our show is here to educate and motivate you to become a better hunter and angler.
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On this podcast we visit with folks obsessed with a wide array of interesting endeavors. We hear some awesome stories, and explore the mindsets and psychology of those who are obsessed. Hosted by Logan Hyrkas.
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Lessons of the Wild

Lessons of the Wild: The Begin

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I’m Alex Hernandez and you’re listening to the Lessons of the Wild Podcast, the podcast dedicated to the outdoorsman or woman. Join me, your host as I take on new adventures, meet and talk to interesting people, and answer any questions you may have, all in order to make you a better hunter, fisherman, backpacker, cook, or conservationist.
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The Dram Amateur Podcast is a captivating audio journey exploring the world of bourbon, rum, tequila, armagnac, and other spirits. Engaging stories, experiences, amateur tasting notes make this a great experience for both seasoned enthusiasts and newcomers alike.
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Melbourne Football Club

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After two and a half years, the Inside Melbourne podcast has wrapped up. However you can still get your weekly Demons podcast fix via our new podcasts, Captain's Run hosted by Max and The Talking Points. Captain's Run: https://mfcde.es/2ClJVSh The Talking Points: https://mfcde.es/3fdUoOc
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Ghostly Activities covers the ghosts and hauntings beat. Get ghost stories, interviews with paranormal investigators, paranormal protection techniques, and ghostly media reviews. If it’s ghostly, it’s on Ghostly Activities.
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Amit Gupta is the founder and CEO of Acubed.IT, which is a company which creates innovative and secure cross-security domain solutions for customers such as the UK government. One of their key innovations is the Cross Domain Hybrid Application (CDHA) framework, and which aims to break down the barriers in sharing trusted information across multiple…
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It’s go time. Here in Oregon, turkey season is a month old with a little better than two weeks left to go. Here’s how to be thinking if you want to tie a tag on a gobbler in the tail end of the season. We talk to Troy Rodakowski about the differences between urban/rural birds and mountain gobblers, what you can get away with when calling a tom away…
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Please excuse the poor quality of my microphone, as the wrong microphone was selected. In research, we are all just building on the shoulders of true giants, and there are few larger giants than Leslie Lamport — the creator of LaTeX. For me, every time I open up a LaTeX document, I think of the work he did on creating LaTeX, and which makes my rese…
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Daniel J Bernstein (djb) was born in 1971. He is a USA/German citizen and a Personal Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology and a Research Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. At the tender age of 24 — in 1995 — he, along with the Electronic Frontier Foundation — brought a case against the US Government related to the protec…
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We meet up with Joe Schroeder, a product development specialist from Alps Outdoorz in Missouri. We talk favorite rifles – he likes the 6.5 PRC and the 300 Win Mag – and we talk backpacking, mountain camps and stalking close on whitetails and pronghorns and preparing and eating pronghorn – America’s original and fastest food. Find Alps Outdoorz at h…
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His back story includes working in a jail in Ventura. He was a church youth pastor, musician, comedian, woodworking craftsman and a private investigator. But in this episode, the Randall Knight goes deep. We talk the North Hollywood Shootout and the fallout from that and the one day he and his mom were going camping and they end up at KFC and she w…
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Jan is the CTO and a Cryptographer at DFINITY, and, since 1998, he has consistently produced research outputs of rigour, novelty and sheer brilliance [here]. He was recently awarded the Levchin Prize at Real World Crypto 2024 - along with Anna Lysyanskaya. Jan’s research core happened when he was hosted in the IBM Zurich Research Lab, but has since…
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We catch up with Jeremiah Polacek the editor of Rifle and Handloader magazines to talk pronghorns and how to plan the hunt and use optics to evaluate bucks at long range. If you want to support free speech and good hunting content in the Internet Age, look for our coffee and books and wildlife forage blends at https://www.garylewisoutdoors.com/Shop…
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Ted Miracco is the CEO of Approov and which is Scottish/US company that is headquartered in Edinburgh. Miracco has over 30 years of experience in cybersecurity, defence electronics, RF/microwave circuit design, semiconductors and electronic design automation (EDA). He co-founded and served as CEO of Cylynt, which focuses on intellectual property an…
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Troy is a world-leading cybersecurity professional. He created and runs the Have I Been Pwned? Web site, and which contains details of the most significant data breaches on the Internet. Along with this, he has developed other security tools, such as ASafaWeb, which automated the security analysis of ASP.NET Web sites. Troy is based in Australia an…
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We sit down with Zack Tickler, a builder of boutique trout baits for rainbows, browns and smallmouth bass too. On tour, on location with rock bands around the U.S. and the world, he’s whipping up the great meals and catching fish on the side. Here’s how he makes it all work. We talk how to fish in town, how to run a spinner, how to set up a spinnin…
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We catch up with Chris Sulak, a gun guy, real estate agent, and comedian and we talk favorite calibers, favorite long guns, best calibers for deer and bear and how to shoot a lever action like a cowboy, like you mean it. Doesn’t mean you can hit what you’re aiming at, but you ought to know how to shoot a lever gun, dude. If you want to support free…
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James Jenkinson grew up in rural New Zealand, but found he loved spending so much time in Argentina he decided to build a new wing-shooting lodge and share his fascination for high-volume dove and pigeon shooting as well as duck and perdiz. We talk all things wing-shooting, the food, what makes Argentina so special for wing-shooting and the truly i…
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This is Day 0 of a new world of cybersecurity. Everything changes from here. There will be a time before Generative AI (GenAI) in cybersecurity and a time after it. Over the last two years, GenAI has come on leaps and bounds, and where it once suffered from hallucinations, took racist and bigoted approaches, and often was over-assertive, within Cha…
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And, so George Orwell projected a world where every single part of our lives was monitored and controlled by Big Brother. Arthur C Clark outlined the day when machines focused solely on a goal — even if it was to the detriment of human lives. And, Isaac Asimov outlined a world where machines would have to be programmed with rules so that they could…
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We sit down with Trevor Barclay from High Desert Tactical to talk holsters and handguns and everyday carry. We try to cover all the ways people can carry handguns in day to day life and talk about philosophies a little bit too. Forgive us for not knowing all our body parts by name. We know the important ones.If you want to support free speech and g…
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This seminar series runs for students on the Applied Cryptography and Trust module, but invites guests from students from across the university. Martin is one of the co-creators of public key encryption, and worked alongside Whitfield Diffie in the creation of the widely used Diffie-Hellman method. In 2015, he was presented with the ACM Turing Awar…
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Vincent Rijmen is one of the co-creators of the NIST-defined AES standard (also known as Rijndael). He also co-designed the WHIRLPOOL hashing method, along with designing other block ciphers, such as Square and SHARK. In 2002, Vincent was included in the Top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35, and, along with Joan Daemen, was awarded t…
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These are interesting times, people. And if you are planning your hunting camp this year, you’ve got to think about camp security. I’m talking about who is watching your camp when you’re not there? More and more transients and drifters are living in the woods, in Washington and Oregon and Texas and New Mexico, and they want your generator to sell a…
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We’re talking prairie dog shooting in spring and summer with Tim Weddington. 10 Gauge Outfitters is based just outside of Dodge City, Kansas and 25 different prairie dog towns within 30 minutes of the lodge. Early May to mid-September is prime time for prairie dog hunting in Kansas. Optics, Tim says, are the key to this game. If you can see them, y…
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Whitfield Diffie is one of the greatest Computer Scientists ever. He - along with Marty Hellman - was one of the first to propose the usage of public key encryption and co-created the Diffie-Hellman (DH) key exchange method. Overall, the Diffie-Hellman method is still used in virtually every Web connection on the Internet, and has changed from usin…
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I do what I do because of one company … IBM. Why? Because in the 1970s, I got into computers, with a ZX81 (1KB of RAM) and a Dragon 32 (32 KB of RAM). They were very much home computers, and where you would rush out and buy the latest computer magazine, and then spend a happy evening entering some BASIC code that made a cursor move across the scree…
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