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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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YoQiZen‘s Reiki meditations use ancient wisdom traditions, science, and practical application to produce powerful meditation experiences to enhance all aspects of life and bring clarity, balance, health, wealth, and well-being and love. Yo = Yoga (Breath) Qi = Life Force Energy Zen = Meditation ...Just breathe..... Reiki has no limitations, is not bound by time, space nor matter. Reiki flows as you direct it. You only need to OPEN and RECEIVE. ► Simply bring your awareness to the places you ...
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Subscribe To The Vibe - SUNANA's Weekly Radio Show Hey! Here is our show #SubscribeToTheVibe for Tech & Latin House lovers! New show every week! Thank you for your support 🙏🏻🙏🏽 🔈 Spotify Playlist: https://spoti.fi/2SHTpMT 🔈 1001Tracklists: https://bit.ly/3trYrzj 🎧 Mashups/Edits (free download): https://bit.ly/3RDKusR ➥ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/c/wearesunana ➥ Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/wearesunana Find out more: https://linktr.ee/sunana #LatinHouse #TechHouse ...
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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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Churn ist der Erzfeind jedes Abo-Managers. Aber er lässt sich bekämpfen! Mein Gast in dieser Episode hat einige smarte Strategien und Taktiken mitgebracht, wie man Kündigungen bereits ab der Bestellung verringern kann. Luca Gatscher ist Head of Subscription & Marketing bei der Presse, einer der führenden Qualitätszeitungen Österreichs. Mir haben be…
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Who are the "working people" that Keir Starmer has promised no tax increases for? Would Reform UK send the markets into a spiral if they got into power? How would the Green Party raise money to fund their ambitious net zero pledges? Robert and Steph examine the manifestos and provide answers to the big tax questions. Sign up to our newsletter to ge…
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Diana Montalion teaches us about Systems Thinking and why it matters for those of us building software. Diana is founder of ⁠Mentrix⁠, which teaches "systems architecture skills for an increasingly complex world." Pre-Order Diana's book: Learning Systems Thinking: Essential Nonlinear Skills and Practices for Software Professionals Discuss this epis…
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On the show today, with Juneteenth coming up tomorrow, we take a look at some dubious holidays in a couple southern states. And in our full show interview this week, Mike talks with John Ganz, author of When The Clock Broke about those crazy 1990s and the birth of modern conservatism. A note to listeners: no-show tomorrow in honor of the holiday. W…
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This week we’re catching up on the news! Kris is joined by Ian to discuss some of the recent news from around the Go community. Listen in to hear whether the co-hosts believe there’s software that shouldn’t be written in Go, their thoughts on if Go is evolving in the right direction & whether common nouns make good package names. Leave us a comment…
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Justice Alito and his wife seem to have some pretty deep and dark feelings about the people they dislike. Tim Miller also asks Lauren Windsor about the ethics of her undercover recordings. Plus, Ben Wittes shares his predictions for a presidential immunity ruling, his praise for Amy Coney Barrett's handing of the case, and his observations about th…
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After Hurricane Camille caused widespread death and destruction along the US Gulf Coast in 1969, two scientists created the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale as a way to quickly warn the public when dangerous storms were on the way. Today, we’re still using the scale and its system of ranking storms as Categories 1 to 5. But in the 55 years since…
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Putin visits North Korea, the US Surgeon General wants to place warnings on social media platforms to protect children, and Xochitl Gonzalez writes in The Atlantic about the upper class' distatse for working class "noise." Sohrab Ahmari and Geoff Shullenberger join Nina Power. Compact Magazine is reader-supported. Become a member and gain unlimited…
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Recent elections in the European Union shook up the continent’s climate politics. Far-right parties performed well in both the EU’s parliament and national governments, and the Greens lost nearly all of their gains over the past five years in the European parliament. Voters pointed to energy costs, security, and economic competitiveness as key fact…
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Answering listener questions in the wake of WWDC, including thoughts on AI for Outlook, whether Apple competitors will allow data access to Apple Intelligence, cloud questions, chip questions, and more. To email the show: email@sharptech.fm @SharpTechPodcast Channel — YouTube @Stratechery Channel — YouTube Apple Intelligence is Right On Time — Stra…
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Krystal and Saagar discuss Biden betting on labelling Trump a criminal, Hillary floated as Kamala replacement, mass deportation popular in US, Biden Trump debate preview, cartoonish New Jersey corruption scandal, report shows Israel warned about Oct 7 weeks before, CNN pushes Oct 7 lies, Wells Fargo loses big on rent payment bilt, Trump stops attac…
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Pre-show: Marco’s nethers and the Vision Pro The Talk Show Live from WWDC 2024 Theatre (App Store link) Sandwich SpatialGen ATP Interview: Holly Borla & Ben Cohen Microsoft Recall 7 June: Microsoft Recall will be opt-in 13 June: Microsoft Recalls Recall Microsoft blog post CoPilot+PCs on Intel and AMD won’t get Copilot AI features UTM has gotten to…
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In this episode, we dive deep into the world of ZK accounts and their potential. Uma, Zaki, and John, unpack ZK accounts, the trade-offs involved in design decisions, and the political landscape. We explore how ZK accounts enable trustless interoperability, enhance scalability, and unlock a dimension for dApps. The conversation also touches upon th…
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In this episode, David Hoffman is joined by Matthew Sigel, Head of Digital Assets Research at VanEck, to unpack VanEck's groundbreaking ETH 2030 report. They discuss the $154,000 bull case, $22,000 base case, and $340 bear case for Ethereum, and the factors behind these predictions. Matthew dives deep into the role of ETH ETFs and shares insights i…
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Throughout history, financial markets have struggled with the issue of borders. Borders create friction, add cost and cause headaches for anyone who wants to spend money across them. On top of that, various national currencies can be wildly unstable. Could a borderless, global currency ease friction and enhance financial inclusion and stability aro…
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As mass shootings plague the United States, victims’ families continue to search for accountability. To that end, a pair of lawsuits by the families of victims of the Uvalde school shooting will try a new tactic. J. David Goodman, the Houston bureau chief for The Times, discusses the unusual targets of the lawsuits and profiles the lawyers behind t…
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The biggest divide in our politics isn’t between Democrats and Republicans, or even left and right. It’s between people who follow politics closely, and those who pay almost no attention to it. If you’re in the former camp — and if you’re reading this, you probably are — the latter camp can seem inscrutable. These people hardly ever look at politic…
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The third episode of 'Brad & Mira For the Culture,' in which we cover Grimace— McDonald's character, gay icon, and talisman of the New York Mets...the return of Kate Middleton...and the weird and twisted downfall of Oscar winner Kevin Spacey. 'Brad & Mira For the Culture' is a series about popular culture and generational divides. Brad is inept whe…
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The Court is back at again, pretending like they don't understand politics, while handing conservatives a victory that cements their power in South Carolina. To buy tickets for our DC show, head here: https://www.seetickets.us/event/5-4-live/604614 To buy tickets for our NYC show head here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/5-4-live-tickets-912709608007…
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On this episode of American Prestige, Danny and Derek are pleased to welcome back to the podcast Luca Trenta, associate professor in International Relations at Swansea University and author of The President’s Kill List. The group discusses assassinations and international law, when and how assassination became a tool for US foreign policy, the diff…
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Artificial intelligence will neither solve all our problems nor likely destroy the world, but it could help make our lives better if it’s both transparent enough for everyone to understand and available for everyone to use in ways that augment us and advance our goals — not for corporations or government to extract something from us and exert power…
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Democratic Rep. Jasmine Crockett is one of the most interesting figures in Congress. You may have been introduced to her in recent weeks following a House committee during which Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene insulted her appearance. The verbal spat between the two took the internet by storm and became a viral moment. But that exchange, and…
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with @NoahRFeldman, @ahall_research, @rhhackett Welcome to web3 with a16z. I'm Robert Hackett and today we have a special episode about governance in many forms — from nation states to corporate boards to internet services and beyond. Our special guests are Noah Feldman, constitutional law scholar at Harvard who also architected the Meta oversight …
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Bess Stillman (email) is a doctor at the Mayo Clinic and writes at Everything Is An Emergency. She is also an excellent storyteller who uses her skills to convey the hectic and at times heart wrenching experiences one faces as an ER doctor. Bess is married to Jake Seliger, who in 2022 was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma. She has written a th…
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Peter McIndoe is the founder of the Birds Aren't Real movement-slash-conspiracy theory. He is also the author of the book, Birds Aren't Real: The True Story of Mass Avian Murder and the Largest Surveillance Campaign in U.S. History. Peter doesn’t believe any of that, by the way, but has good insights on the type of people who do. Plus, Biden will p…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman pore over recent Supreme Court decisions regarding the abortion pill mifepristone and the Trump administration's ban on gun bump stocks. 02:01—Supreme Court rulings on abortion pill and bump stocks 16:45—Secret recording of Supreme Cou…
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Luminousmen writes about Senior Engineer Fatigue, Microsoft rethinks its AI-based Recall feature, Mike Hoye gives a big shout out to the “diff” program, Thom Holwerda covers ChromeOS’ quiet switch to Android Linux subsystems & Mihail Eric tells the inside story on how Alexa dropped the ball on being the top conversational system on Earth. Leave us …
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Trump visited an African American church in Detroit and the pews were filled with white people; Republicans keep flooding social media with cropped videos to smear Biden; and foreign policy hawks, like Tom Cotton, now say we should be standing up to our allies, not Putin. MAGA land can't quit its shamelessness. Will Saletan joins Tim Miller, who is…
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In this episode of Jacobin Radio, guest host Barry Eidlin assesses the most recent Labor Notes conference held near Chicago from April 19-21. The Labor Notes conference is the premier gathering of rank-and-file labor activists and organizers from across the U.S. and around the world. This year’s conference was the biggest yet, with over 4,700 peopl…
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Krystal and Saagar discuss Israel uses medieval weapon as Hezbollah tensions escalate, US warns on Houthi war failures, Briahna Joy Gray reveals The Hill censorship. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show AD FREE, uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.com/ Merch Store: https://shop.breakingpoints.com/…
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Krystal and Saagar discuss MSNBC cope after Biden old man moments, Trump wins if high turnout in November, Macronism dead as French snap election backfires. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show AD FREE, uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.com/ Merch Store: https://shop.breakingpoints.com/ See omny…
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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 World-renowned Columbia professor and economist Jeffrey Sachs returns to Bad Faith to discuss Ukraine, the threat of nuclear escalation, his recent Tucker Carlson appearance, what an increasingly multipolar w…
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In this special Pride Month episode of Know Your Enemy, Matt and Sam talk to historian Neil J. Young about his new book, Coming Out Republican: A History of the Gay Right. His absorbing account picks up in after World War II, when neither party made for a good political home for gay people, which helped make a libertarian approach to sexual politic…
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Now that CZ is gone, who’s going to fill his shoes? His name is Richard Teng, the new Binance CEO. He’s joining the podcast today to not only share the story of how he got here, but also to define his vision for the future of Binance. We ask him: Who is Richard Teng? What was it like to work with CZ? Why Crypto? What is going on in Nigeria? Bull Ma…
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Economics students are often taught that government should intervene when there is market failure. But what about government failure? Should we expect government intervention to outperform market outcomes? Listen as Duke University economist Michael Munger explores the history of how economists have thought about this dilemma and possible ways to f…
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The Southern Baptist Convention, the largest denomination of Protestant Christians in the United States, voted at an annual gathering last week to oppose the use of in vitro fertilization. Ruth Graham, who covers religion, faith and values for The New York Times, discusses the story behind the vote, the Republican scramble it prompted and what it c…
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A mile of pure fire. A flash that melts everything — titanium, steel, lead, people. A blast that mows down every structure in its path, 3 miles out in every direction. Journalist Annie Jacobsen spent years interviewing scientists, high-ranking military officials, politicians, and other experts to find out how a nuclear attack would be triggered, th…
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Tubi is a free and very rapidly growing streaming TV platform — according to Nielsen, it had an average of a million viewers watching every minute in May 2024, beating out Disney Plus, Max, Peacock, and basically everything else, save Netflix and YouTube. All those streaming service price hikes are driving people to free options, and Tubi is right …
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In this week's monologue, I talk about a terrible dream I had, in which I killed Matt Damon in cold blood. I also contemplate male rage, fear of dogs, and the pros and cons of barefoot hiking. *** Otherppl with Brad Listi is a weekly literary podcast featuring in-depth interviews with today's leading writers. Available where podcasts are available:…
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For much of this year, the S&P 500 has marched steadily higher while measures of stock market volatility, like the VIX, have stayed pretty low. But looking at the headline index only tells you part of the story. Beneath the surface of the S&P 500, individual stocks have been moving up and down a lot. And of course, traders have figured out a way to…
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Mickey Levy is Chief Economist for the Americas and Asia for Berenberg Capital Markets, a Wall Street veteran, and a longstanding member of the Shadow Open Market Committee. He and his co-author, Charles Plosser, also have a new paper out titled, *The Fed’s Strategic Approach to Monetary Policy Needs a Reboot.* Mickey joins David on Macro Musings t…
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Imagine a world in which the typical life arc isn’t one of studying for 20 years, working for 40 years, then sitting retired and lonely for 35. As people live longer than ever, our chief economics columnist Martin Wolf worries that this approach to old age is unsustainable and unaffordable. He thinks we can and should do better. Martin is one of th…
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We’re continuing our discussion with David Austin Walsh regarding his book Taking America Back: The Conservative Movement and the Far Right. Check out the previous episode to hear about his attempted recruitment from the far right. Subscribe now to hear the whole thing!Af Ryan Cooper & Alexi the Greek
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