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Facebook. Apple. Amazon. Netflix. Google. These five tech giants have changed the world. But how? And at what cost? Google’s dominance in everything from search and online advertising to YouTube and Android gives it tremendous power and responsibility. In season three, The Google Empire, Recode’s Shirin Ghaffary and Big Technology's Alex Kantrowitz explore how Google became one of the most powerful companies in the world and whether it has become too big for our own good. New episodes every ...
 
Hello, my name is Alex Johnson, AJ to my friends, and this is a story on how I ruined my life and my marriage. Liz and I thought we’d have the perfect life on the moon, her working as a computer programmer, me working as a teleoperator. We were wrong, so very wrong. Living in a world where all you do work then go home can be boring to a guy like me, add to that a wife who will stop at nothing to get ahead and another woman who wants to be more than friends and you have an explosive mix that ...
 
"The Tatiana Show" podcast talks about politics, activism, blockchain, music, and how to combine them all to help the world. Tatiana Moroz is a singer-songwriter, activist, entrepreneur, and public speaker with her own marketing company Crypto Media Hub. Co-host Joshua Scigala is the CEO of Vaultoro, a cutting edge exchange for Bitcoin and gold. They interview special guests to chat about all kinds of exciting topics from technology, the arts, and the Bitcoin revolution in a casual way that ...
 
Into the Unknown: Stories of Reclamation, Rebirth, and Alchemy takes a light-hearted and often times humorous approach to deeply challenging spiritual, emotional, physical, cultural and societal matters. This is a podcast for ordinary people taking on the extraordinary task of questioning the status quo and transforming their lives accordingly. Increasingly more people are 'waking up' to the fact that what we've been taught through our systems, be it education, religious, healthcare, et al i ...
 
Still a rascal and a wanderer, Huck Finn, now nearing thirty, narrowly escapes a shotgun wedding, outwits a crafty Treasury Agent bent on connecting him with the killing of President Lincoln, meets up with Tom Sawyer and his old river pal Jim, executes a clever con in saloons across Nebraska, and explores the American Frontier with a traveling band of Shakespearean actors. Along the way our free-spirited hero falls head-over-heels for an English heiress, gets involved in a series of brawls, ...
 
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(Graphic courtesy of NASA, and used with permission.) NASA’s current work on its Artemis lunar exploration program may seem like the stuff of science fiction. Which makes it that much more mind-blowing. Plans and preparations continue for the multiple-mission project, designed to return humans to the Moon within the next few years. But rather than …
 
The son of evangelical missionaries, The Drifter Luke traveled frequently as a child, eventually settling in Washington state by age 9. He loved music from an early age singing bluegrass/gospel tunes with his family in church performance. By age 15, Luke began to focus more and more of his time to writing and creating original songs. With songs tac…
 
Ravencoin's Tron Black joins Tatiana & Josh for a fascinating discussion about the project. From its origins and goals to the technology specifics, you'll learn tons about the currency and its blockchain, from the challenges of keeping fairness in the mining community to regulatory issues that the entire blockchain space are dealing with. Plus, Tro…
 
On this edition of The Fred Minnick Show, former National Football League player Michael Oher, who also was the subject of the film “The Blind Side,” starring Sandra Bullock, is the guest. The former tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, Tennessee Titans and Carolina Panthers talks with Fred about his playing career, the well-known film, overcoming obst…
 
Programming a robot, and “fun”, were once two unrelated concepts. iRobot’s Root® Coding Robot brings them together. Root® teaches coding by engaging the imagination of students, “ages 4 to 99”. Interacting with the robot, they may not realize just how much they’re learning. They’re busy playing games, getting the robot to draw, write, climb, make m…
 
Tatiana is in the beautiful & pristine mountains of Oregon with an update on her travels, including some awesome new projects she'll be announcing more about soon! If you like this content, please send a tip with BTC to 1Q2QHoNowg8D2QzWhBQU1YrraG771aCpgS More Info: Tatiana Moroz – https://www.tatianamoroz.com TokenFM - https://token.fm Friends and …
 
GWAR leaves Antartica for a spell to kidnap Scott and Becky Harris of Catoctin Creek. Will the Harris couple make a whiskey good enough that encourages GWAR to spare their lives? Find out. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי The Fred Minnick Show
 
Electric Light Orchestra's 1977 double album Out Of The Blue... Largely inspired by a sudden burst of sunshine while writing in the Swiss Alps, songwriter/producer Jeff Lynne didn't pull any punches with this gargantuan recording. A notorious studio hermit, I'd almost call him a "musician's musician" if it weren't for the fact that ELO was also a c…
 
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, singer-songwriter Bailey Bryan joins Fred for conversation and whiskey sipping. Bryan, who was named an “Artist of Tomorrow” at the 2016 Grammys, drops her new album Fresh Start this week, and that was a big part of the conversation. They also rapped about surviving the covid pandemic, staying creative in t…
 
3D holographic video used to be the stuff of science fiction. So did the concept of having it platform-agnostic. And so did the idea of interactive holograms. Today, thanks to Israel-based Tetavi, all of these have become a reality. And the technology continues to evolve, to something even more exciting for content creators. Tetavi, founded in 2016…
 
Tatiana is going solo for this special update on some new projects coming up, some guests she'll be talking to on The Tatiana Show & Proof of Love, and her relocation to the beautiful Bitcoin mecca of Miami! If you like this content, please send a tip with BTC to 1Q2QHoNowg8D2QzWhBQU1YrraG771aCpgS More Info: Tatiana Moroz – https://www.tatianamoroz…
 
Bjork, the Icelandic musical oddity (and ya know, massive global pop-star), set her artistic sights ever higher with 1997's Homogenic. This album of "strings and beats" is beautiful, fiery and glacial all at once. So, so good.And fellow Bjork enthusiast Attxla is here to get just as excited about it with me! He's a phenomenal multi-genre singer fro…
 
“Success for anybody looks (different),” says Unified Robotics creator Delaney Foster. And since 2015, her first-of-its kind robotics program has allowed students of all abilities to explore their personal definitions of success. As a high-school student, Delaney had discovered her passion for robotics through First Robotics competitions. But these…
 
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, chef and author Derek Wolf brings the fire – the cooking fire, that is. He and Fred dive into Derek’s new book, “Over the Fire Cooking,” sip bourbon and enjoy some lively conversation. Along the way, they hit on topics like pairing whiskey to grilled meats, being a grilling god, cooking on an open fire and …
 
On the latest episode of The Fred Minnick Show, Jackie Zykan, Master Taster at Old Forester, joins Fred to sip and talk whiskey. During their 43-minute session, they talk about their shared love of music and how it is both different and similar to whiskey. In addition, at one point they disagree about the finish of a certain Old Forester bourbon th…
 
Eryka Gemma of the Miami Blockchain Center joins Tatiana to preview the Miami Crypto Experience! They run down all the different activities and networking opportunities attendees will have this week! BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! https://www.expcrypto.io/tickets About the GuestAs CEO of Blockchaincenter.com, Eryka is focused on growing the decentralized ec…
 
Lamar Wilson was fascinated from an early age by the worlds of business and finance. As an adult, he leapt into investing and technology development and was an early-adopter of blockchain technology. Now, he and his colleagues are using the hottest social media platform around, Clubhouse, to help introduce the African-American community to cryptocu…
 
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, the alt-blues band Houndmouth joins Fred for some whiskey sipping and lively conversation. Formed in New Albany, Indiana, in 2011, the band consists of Matt Myers, Zak Appleby and Shane Cody. On the show, they talk about touring, 10 years of being headquartered in downtown New Albany, they sip everything fr…
 
What if YOUR science class could provide valuable data to NASA? What if they could research new areas–with no “textbook” answers? And, what if students’ ultimate discoveries could benefit astronauts aboard the International Space Station? That’s exactly the opportunity which Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s Director of Education Amy Padolf has i…
 
That's right. The Beatles. At the height of their powers in 1966. This album is 55 years old(!), everyone loves it, and everyone's talked about ad nauseam...You know what though? It's still an amazing, mind-blowing collection of tunes that I thoroughly enjoyed discussing, along with my cohort Dan Barracuda. I think these guys are still worth the hy…
 
Carla Gericke joins the show once again to talk all about the latest goings-on in the Free State of New Hampshire! She previews this year's PorcFest, planned to be the biggest one yet, coronavirus be damned...get your tickets now! She also discusses a couple of serious topics, namely the targeting of two separate, New Hampshire-based cryptocurrency…
 
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, Whitechapel bass player Gabe Crisp joins the show. Named for the Whitechapel district of London, where Jack the Ripper famously went on his killing spree, the Knoxville, Tennessee, metal band has released seven studio albums to much acclaim. Fred talks with Crisp about the role of a bass player, his career,…
 
Over Coffee® is on Easter-week hiatus! Please enjoy this update of one of our favorite VR episodes of 2020 as we look forward to the second annual VRARA Global Summit, in June, 2021! (Photo courtesy of The Wild, and used with permission.) Maybe you can’t physically travel, right now. But with The Wild’s virtual and extended reality, you can go anyw…
 
With but 35 minutes of immaculate pop songs, The Zombies both secured their legacy and faded into obscurity with 1968's "Odessey & Oracle". (Yes, that spelling is a typo...)Every piece of this is a win. The songwriting team of Rod Argent and Chris White matched with Colin Blunstone's heavenly vocals. Recording at Abbey Road with the Beatles' engine…
 
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, the hard rock band Moon Tooth, one of Fred’s favorites, is the guest. Members Ray Marte, John Carbone and Vincent Romanelli talk about their song “Awe at All Angles,” which is the new musical backdrop for Fred’s podcast and other creative efforts. The band members also discuss their many musical projects, c…
 
Like every country, Israel has struggled in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. And while combatting the disease is a hugely important task for all of us, is victory by any means necessary the right strategy? Could we be permanently sacrificing our freedom to beat this plague? Ilana Rachel Daniel of the Israeli Rappeh Health Party joins the show to …
 
Google is now facing antitrust scrutiny at a level it's never experienced before, from both sides of the political aisle. Which means we’re in an unprecedented moment that could define the company, our economy, and our daily lives for years to come. In our season finale, we explore the arguments for and against breaking up or regulating Google. And…
 
“We’ve really tried to design this, so it’s not just for hard-core coders,” says MetaVRse Co-Founder Alan Smithson. He’s talking about the MetaVRse 3D content creation engine. Designed by Alan and his wife and company co-founder Julie (who is Chair of XRWomen.com), this web-based platform enables anyone to design interactive 3D experiences. No code…
 
It's David Bowie in 1975, like we've never heard him before (or since). "Young Americans" is the first and probably most notable example of Bowie completely changing genres - like no one else before... But does the Plastic Soul sound work? We sure think so!Sign up for The Quest For The Sound before April 1st: theniagaramoonexperience.com/the-quest-…
 
On December 2nd, 2020, Dr. Timnit Gebru - co-lead of Google’s Ethical AI team - got an email that said Google had accepted her resignation. A resignation she didn’t think she made. Her exit is just the latest sign of the crisis unfolding within Google — a loss of trust between many of its employees and leadership. This week, what led to Gebru’s exi…
 
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, film producer Bill Fay is the guest, stopping in to talk with Fred over a round of whiskey. Fay has a long resume in the film industry with more than 30 credits, and is perhaps best known for his work on the films The Hangover (2009), 300 (2006) and Independence Day (1996). During the interview, they talk a…
 
“Does the pandemic mean the death of the office? No, of course not,” says futurist, author and XR consultant Charlie Fink. But he does foresee a world where we work, learn and play remotely, much more extensively than we did before the pandemic. In his new book, Remote Collaboration, Virtual Conferences and the Future of Work, Charlie offers a comp…
 
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, singer-songwriter Alyssa Bonagura sits down with Fred to sip some whiskey and rap. She started singing at age 2, and by age 10 was recording a duet with Kenny Rogers. She has worked with artists as varied as Steven Tyler and Jodee Messina, and also is a producer. As an artist, Bonagura has released four alb…
 
Thundercat nailed it with this 2017 R&B(?) album Drunk. From the insane cover photo all the way to the slew of slick cameos (Michael McDonald, anyone?), Stephen Bruner tells a personal, bordering-on-embarrassing story in an outlandish & goofy way. And the songs are undeniably funky. The bass lines...Joining me in breaking it down is San Antonio duo…
 
One of Google’s long points of pride was its open, collaborative, and transparent company culture. But many Googlers feel like that's slipping away. Over our next two episodes, we’ll tell the story of a breakdown of trust inside Google — between management and employees. Starting with a covert contract Google made with the Department of Defense. Ho…
 
You have to plan a virtual event. You want it to be fun, memorable and relatable. AND, you have to compete with what’s going on with everyone’s lives as we all connect remotely. Sean Specie, Chief Strategy Officer of Alpharetta, Georgia-based Elevate Experiences, can tell you exactly how to make it remarkable. That’s because Sean is both an event p…
 
Neutral Milk Hotel's In The Aeroplane Over The Sea from 1998... I mean, there's life before having heard this album, and then life after it. I suspect Jeff Mangum is actually some wizardly music spirit, rather than simply a 90s indie pop recluse. Safe to say, both myself and pod friend Thin Lear had lots of kind things to say about it. It's pretty …
 
This time on The Fred Minnick Show, Parker Graye, an ascending country singer-songwriter from Vancouver, British Columbia. Parker released her debut single, “Do Over,” in September 2020 and received 25,000 downloads in the first five weeks of its release. The fun-loving artist was subsequently named “Next Big Thing” by Country Music Television’s Ca…
 
Sunny Ray joins the program for a lively discussion on the state of Bitcoin and crypto in India! As the child of Indian immigrants to Canada, Sunny was inspired to help bring the blockchain to India and co-founded the startup Unocoin. On this episode, he talks with Tatiana & Josh about the trials and tribulations of starting a bitcoin company in In…
 
Since they were Stanford grad students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin have had big ideas for technologies that could change the world. Only now, they have Google's nearly limitless resources to turn those ideas into reality. Some of Google's projects seem like a vision from the future. Others have crashed and burned. This is the story of two moonshots…
 
An Over Coffee® special-edition podcast In March, 2020, futurist, author, XR consultant, educator and speaker Charlie Fink was researching his third book. The coronavirus pandemic had taken hold. Beyond the devastation of the virus itself, unpredictable changes were taking place, worldwide, in almost every aspect of life, work and education. At the…
 
Fred picks a barrel of New Riff. Subscribe to Fred Minnick's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg?view_as=subscriber Become a YouTube Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg/join Some products tasted on this show may have been provided to Fred Minnick at no cost to him. But that does not impact …
 
The Soho Forum's Gene Epstein joins Tatiana for a lively talk about about free markets and how they affect the world around us. Varying state rules on gatherings and masks, the looming COVID financial crisis, Gamestop & AMC, bitcoin investing, economic growth under Trump, and much, much more...Gene has a lot to say! Plus, hear all about the upcomin…
 
Honored to have gloitchpop maestro Basic Printer (aka Jesse Gillenwalters) on the pod once again, this time to talk about his brand new album Fantastic Wrist! It's a symphonic electro-indie-folk-pop mastahpiece. The story behind the album is also very personal, revelatory, and purgative. Jesse is kind and open enough to take me through the whole th…
 
On the new episode of The Fred Minnick Show, Fred takes a different course. Rather than a one-to-one interview with another person, he asked his YouTube members to ask him questions they seek answers to. Most of those questions were about bourbon, whiskey, distilling and music, but some veered into other territories. Hold on to your hats. EPISODE S…
 
When Google bought YouTube, it went from being a company that helps users search the Internet, to a company that shapes the Internet itself. With 2 billion users, YouTube generates its own gravitational pull on society and culture worldwide. And as an open platform that allows anyone to upload videos, it's a force that even Google can't quite contr…
 
Have you ever done a science experiment?"Sure," is the most likely response, from anyone, to that question.But if we were to define "experiment" as Steve Jones, "The Space Teacher" does, the answer would be "no". Steve, who teaches STEAM at Hopewell Middle School in Milton, Georgia, is a lifelong space-science enthusiast. He is both a NASA Solar Sy…
 
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