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Mathew Kerbis interviews attorneys and technologists building for subscription legal services and other innovations within the law. https://linktr.ee/lawsubscribed. www.lawsubscribed.com
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Egal ob Fahrräder, Filme, Musik, Software oder Zeitungen: All das nutzen wir heute ganz selbstverständlich im Abo. Die Subscription Economy ist einer der wichtigsten wirtschaftlichen Trends der letzten Jahrzehnte. Lerne von Adobe, der ZEIT, Blinkist, Hubspot, Babbel, der Süddeutschen Zeitung und anderen führenden Abo-Unternehmen, wie sie Kunden gewinnen und halten. In diesem Podcast teilen Entscheider*innen ihre Strategien. Hier kannst du zusammen mit Host Lennart Schneider hinter die Kuliss ...
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How to Create an Online Course, a Membership Site, Create Digital Content, Promote and Sell it online with Digital Marketing, Make Money Online and create a profitable online business. Create One-time products and Recurring Subscription-based products and services that bring in recurring income month after month, where you don't have to go hunting for new customers all the time, which allows you to focus on creating a remarkable product that your customers love and appreciate and are willing ...
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Welcome to Like, Comment, Subscribe with Ryan Seth Nau (pronounced Now); a weekly, or more, podcast where I can give some insight into what it's like to pursue YouTube and content creation full time. Oh did I mention I left my job for this dream and started from literally square one! But it is my intention to provide feedback and some talking point in case YOU want to take the leap and pursue your dream!
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Recharge powers subscriptions to over 15,000 brands who are reaping the benefits of predictable revenue, increased lifetime value, and massive customer loyalty. Join us as we chat with founders, CEOs and top executives about their subscription ecommerce experience, the highs and lows of running their business, the tips they use to grow their brand and more! So, Hit Subscribe and let’s get started.
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Subscribed Industry Podcast - Der Podcast über ‚as-a-Service‘-Geschäftsmodelle in der Industrie. In diesem Podcast betrachte ich gemeinsam mit Pionieren der Industrie unterschiedlichste Themen rund um ‚as-a-Service‘-Geschäftsmodelle. Ich befrage sie nach ihren Erfahrungen und Erkenntnissen und teile diese mit Ihnen, den Zuhörerinnen und Zuhörern. Was bedeutet Servitization? Servitization bezeichnet den Wandel eines Unternehmens vom Anbieter eines physischen Produktes hin zum Anbieter eines P ...
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Johann's ministry is a liberating experience. It serves to bring freedom from every obstacle that may be causing a hindrance in people's lives, limiting them from experiencing Life the way God intended it to be, which is to ABUNDANTLY, overflow with peace, joy, hope, purpose, relevance and fulfillment! Johann VD Hoven has spent the past thirty one years on a unique journey with the Holy Spirit, he ministers as an agent of freedom and a messenger called to bring fresh, relevant and life trans ...
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We're on a mission. We're going to find and uncover the smartest, most successful entrepreneurs on the planet. Explore their highs, their lows and how they ultimately mastered the game. I'm Martyn Cook and I'm excited to welcome you to the Smarter Destiny Podcast. I'm grateful for you and your time, now let's level up together.
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One thing that freelancers commonly deal with, and that a lot of people ask me about is how to become a "true consultant" or an advisor, rather than just a laborer where the client gives you a checklist of things to go. View this podcast as a video on YouTube. Links of the week: Test Environments: Why You Need Them and How to Set It Up Key Componen…
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Über 15.000 Dauerspender*innen und 10.000 Einzelspender unterstützen das gemeinwohlorientierte Medienhaus CORRECTIV, das sich zum Ziel gesetzt hat, die Demokratie durch Journalismus zu stärken. Die kürzliche Recherche über “Remigrations”-Fantasien der AfD hat nicht nur hunderttausende Menschen auf die Straßen gebracht, sondern auch die Zahl an Daue…
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Pre-show: Power problems The ATP Store is BACK baby! 👕 Runs until Sunday, 28 April. Don’t wait! Remember members get 15% off! New member special: ATP Insider: Computing Origin Stories Follow-up: How little kids write 4s Marco sample Casey sample John sample Field Notes Three-step car buying process (via Paul Chernoff) Rivian software update helps a…
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Trump wins voters who don't read The New York Times or listen to The Bulwark Podcast, and elite opposition may not be enough to defeat him. Ross Douthat joins Tim Miller for a spirited debate about what the conservative movement gave away in sacrifice to Trump on world leadership, abortion, and democracy. show notes: Douthat's recent piece on the p…
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2024 promises to be the year of multi-modal AI, and we are already seeing some amazing things. In this “fully connected” episode, Chris and Daniel explore the new Udio product/service for generating music. Then they dig into the differences between recent multi-modal efforts and more “traditional” ways of combining data modalities. Leave us a comme…
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit www.serioustrouble.show Donald Trump’s criminal trial in New York has begun, with jury selection underway. Ken and I discuss Trump’s last-ditch efforts to get this trial delayed, and public support he has gotten from a surprising advocate: imprisoned ex-attorney Michael Avenatti, who pho…
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Cleaner alternatives to the oil and gas that power vital industries are necessary for economy-wide decarbonization. E-fuels, or electrofuels, are touted as a carbon neutral solution for the hard-to-decarbonize sectors that rely on energy dense fossil fuels. E-fuels are made by combining hydrogen with carbon dioxide. Through the electrolysis process…
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Krystal and Saagar discuss the US greenlighting Israel's Iran response, politicians making millions off Israel war, judge threatens to arrest Trump if he misses trial, Trump stock investors screwed, Israeli settlers rampage through West Bank, RFK says he turned down Trump VP, FBI raids Baltimore bridge collapse ship, NYT memo says not to use the wo…
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By the third entry of the God's Not Dead franchise, its creative team had clearly started listening to their critics. The result was a kinder, gentler right-wing Evangelical Christian drama that sought to heal divides... and failed at the box office. We welcome back New Republic writer and our resident God's Not Dead correspondent Alex Shephard to …
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In today's episode, David delves into the interesting dynamics between Ethereum and Celestia. While Ethereum and Solana are often seen as the main rivals, Celestia shares similar design philosophies and goals but with notable differences. Is it Ethereum's true competitor? Joining us to help answer that question and much more is Nick White, COO of C…
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In this episode, Mike is joined by Nick Trileski, a crypto options trader at Cumberland DRW, for an in-depth discussion on the current state of the crypto options and derivatives market. They explore the growth of options trading, the psychology around all-time highs, and the increasing institutional demand as evidenced by rising open interest. The…
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A Times investigation shows how the country’s biggest technology companies, as they raced to build powerful new artificial intelligence systems, bent and broke the rules from the start. Cade Metz, a technology reporter for The Times, explains what he uncovered. Guest: Cade Metz, a technology reporter for The New York Times. Background reading: How …
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In this special episode of Law Subscribed, I had Dorna Moini back for to give us an update on Gavel where we discussed some new ways that they are incorporating GenAI to help productize our legal services with less friction. Remember to use the code LAWSUBSCRIBED when signing up to save 10% on your ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Gavel⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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There is so much we need to build right now. The housing crunch has spread across the country; by one estimate, we’re a few million units short. And we also need a huge build-out of renewable energy infrastructure — at a scale some experts compare to the construction of the Interstate highway system. And yet, we’re not seeing anything close to the …
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Santa isn't the only one who keeps a naughty and nice list. And if your organization winds up on the United States' list of bad boys (designated terrorist organizations), you can forget about receiving legal representation or assistance from US-based firms. That's material support, according to this holding, even if that support doesn't contribute …
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On this episode of American Prestige, we welcome to the podcast, actor Michael Stuhlbarg (A Serious Man, Call Me By Your Name, Boardwalk Empire) to discuss his role in the new Broadway play, Patriots, which portrays billionaire Boris Berezovsky’s (Stuhlbarg) relationship with Vladimir Putin (Will Keen) in 1991. The group discusses the challenges in…
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We’re thrilled to share the second episode in our WITHpod 2024: The Stakes series, in which we choose specific areas of policy and talk to an expert about Trump and Biden’s records on the topic. This week, we discuss the candidates’ stances and records on one of the most important and contested topics: tax policy. Kimberly Clausing is the Eric M. Z…
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On this episode of Unsupervised Learning Razib talks to Kristian Kristiansen, an archaeologist at the University of Gothenburg and affiliate professor at the Lundbech Center for Geogenetics, Copenhagen University. A past guest on this podcast, Kristiansen has recently contributed to an astonishing lineup of landmark papers published in Nature just …
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When Hong Kong was handed over to China by the United Kingdom 1997, the city was given a mini-Constitution called the “Basic Law.” Article 23 of the Basic Law states that Hong Kong shall enact laws of its own to prohibit various national security offenses. The law did not pass, however, and was scrapped after mass protests in 2003. And in 2020, the…
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Working in a business and working on a business are two different things. Without the former, nothing gets done; without the latter, the wrong things get done. David Segal has a unique way of managing that tension, and this episode, he reveals all his business operating secrets and explains how he failed along the way. Shane and Segal discuss what …
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We continue our conversation about “Landslide,” the fantastic new NPR podcast series – and about the transformation of politics in the 1970s, the emergence of a new kind of populist politics, how the Republican Party was taken over by rightwing radicalism that ultimately rose to power with Ronald Reagan in 1980, and how all that relates to what we …
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What are the facts around Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX about which all parties agree? What was the nature of Will's relationship with SBF? What things, in retrospect, should've been red flags about Sam or FTX? Was Sam's personality problematic? Did he ever really believe in EA principles? Does he lack empathy? Or was he on the autism spectrum? Was he …
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After Truss's demise, will any heads roll at the Bank of England? What happened at Jeremy Hunt's first crisis meeting in Chequers? How is the UK still paying the price for this calamity? In the final episode of our three part series, Steph and Robert reveal the lasting impact from this calamitous period and assess how the Bank of England got away w…
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On the show today, an Iranian attack repelled. And, in a full-show interview, Will Thomas, assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan, joins to talk about Trumps recent bond hearing and explains the process behind the bond and how people go about paying it. Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at thegist@mikepesca.com To…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman contextualize Iran's retaliatory strike against Israel before bemoaning the recent vote in Congress on the renewal of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). 02:20—Iran's retaliatory strike on Israel 13:05—Hous…
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Stephen Shipp, headmaster at Seven Oaks Classical School, joins host Scot Bertram to discuss Seven Oaks’ excellent results in Indiana state literacy assessments, the power of reading out loud to students, and a recent grant allowing his school to build its own library. Hillsdale K-12 Classical Education Podcast A 20-minute podcast featuring profess…
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YouTuber “Internet of Bugs” breaks down why AI “software engineer” Devin is no Upwork hero, Redka is Anton Zhiyanov’s attempt to reimplement Redis with SQLite, OpenTofu issues its response to Hashicorp’s Cease and Desist letter, Brian LeRoux introduces Enhance WASM & PumpkinOS is not your average PalmOS emulator. Leave us a comment Changelog++ memb…
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While Biden spent the weekend helping fend off Iran's missile and drone attack, supposedly pro-Israel Trump embraced the anti-Israel chant, "Genocide Joe," at his rally. Meanwhile, the trial involving the first time Trump allegedly broke the law to win an election gets underway. Bill Kristol and Ben Wittes join Tim Miller. **Join Sarah, Tim and JVL…
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Sam Harris speaks with Cal Newport about our use of information technology and the cult of productivity. They discuss the state of social media, the "academic-in-exile effect," free speech and moderation, the effect of the pandemic on knowledge work, slow productivity, the example of Jane Austen, managing up in an organization, defragmenting one's …
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Heidi Matthews surveys cases against Israel pending at the the World Court. Elijah Wald, author of Jelly Roll Blues, talks about Jelly Roll Morton and the hidden history of early blues music. Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Find the ar…
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Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock this episode and our entire premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast Labor journalist Hamilton Nolan joins Bad Faith to discuss the left's shifting attitude toward immigration with respect to the concerns about the impact of immigrant workers on domestic wages. Does defending …
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Ryan and Saagar discuss Israel vowing retaliation, Iran sets new red line, Trump endorses 'Genocide Joe' chant at rally, Americans feel country better under Trump than Biden, Republicans flip flop on Ukraine aid, Cornel West VP pick said its racist to be Taylor Swift fan, Bill Maher says abortion is murder but good, CNN defends OJ Simpson. To becom…
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The advertising possibilities that AI can unlock for Meta, Google and Amazon, why TikTok is interested in AI to create digital influencers, and looking to past technologies to predict the impact that AI will make on the economy. At the end: Two questions about chips, a story about EVs and British mechanics, and Scrabble. To email the show: email@sh…
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✨ DEBRIEF | Ryan & David unpacking the episode: https://www.bankless.com/debrief-the-raoul-pal-interview ------ Bankless Nation, we’re having none-other than Raoul Pal, a frequent guest on this show, who needs no introduction. Expect to understand debasement, how to navigate the different crypto seasons, and Raoul’s secular thesis. Besides his key …
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If the Wright Brothers could have used AI to guide their decision making, it's almost certain they would never have gotten off the ground. That's because, points out Teppo Felin of Utah State University and Oxford, all the evidence said human flight was impossible. So how and why did the Wrights persevere? Felin explains that the human ability to i…
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Overnight on Saturday, Iran launched its first direct attack on Israeli soil, shooting hundreds of missiles and drones at multiple targets. Eric Schmitt, a national security correspondent for The Times, explains what happened and considers whether a broader war is brewing in the Middle East. Guest: Eric Schmitt, a national security correspondent fo…
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Is it possible that we are living through one of the most revolutionary periods in human history? CNN’s Fareed Zakaria believes that we are and argues that the convergence of AI and the global backlash against liberal democracy are upending political orders around the world. He joins Sean to talk about how this period relates to history’s most impa…
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This episode of Trending in Ed explores the explosive growth of AI in classrooms and workplaces. Host Mike Palmer interviews Tim Dasey, author of Wisdom Factories: AI, Games, and the Education of a Modern Worker, about the implications of these rapid changes. We discuss how AI can support novice learners, the potential risks and biases within AI sy…
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At the absolute most basic, Dropbox is cloud storage for your stuff — but that puts it at the nexus of a huge number of today’s biggest challenges in tech. As the company that helps you organize your stuff in the cloud itself goes all remote, how do we even deal with the concept of “your stuff?” Today I’m talking with Dropbox CEO Drew Houston about…
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For years and years, utilities in the US haven't seen much growth in electricity demand. The economy is generally mature and has been able to grow even without needing much more electrical power. But all that's changing now and a big contributing factor is the boom in datacenter demand. It's particularly acute for AI datacenters, which need more po…
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Josh Hendrickson is the chair of the department of economics at the University of Mississippi and is the author of a new paper that looks at dollar dominance through the broad historical perspective of what is called the “Treasury Standard.” Josh is also a returning guest to Macro Musings, and he rejoins the podcast to talk about this paper and the…
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The FT’s foreign editor Alec Russell has been reporting on crises around the world for more than 30 years. He was in Romania during the fall of the Ceaușescu regime, in South Africa for the fall of apartheid, and in 1994 he reported on the genocide in Rwanda. So when we recently felt ourselves losing hope at the news from Gaza and Ukraine, we decid…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/102407156Beatrice speaks with Sasha Warren about the lessons we can take from the history of anti-psychiatry movements, and other movements aligned against earlier forms of asylums and mental hospitals, with a particular focus on two groups a…
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Did the Bank of England commit political assassination? How would the Bank's rescue plan work? What happened behind the scenes at the IMF? The final episode, 'Death on the Square Mile' will be released on Tuesday 16th April. Email: restismoney@gmail.com X: @TheRestIsMoney Instagram: @TheRestIsMoney TikTok: @RestIsMoney goalhangerpodcasts.com Learn …
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