In this episode, we talk to Kenji Funahashi from Wilson Sonsini, as we loook to demystify the basics of incorporating a biotech startup.
What’s the difference between an LLC and a Corp? When and where should I incorporate? How do I create a Board? We answer all these questions and more!
David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Rosenberg Research Associates, believes that there will be a recovery—but not one nearly as robust as the market is currently pricing in. In this interview with Ed Harrison, Rosenberg argues that this is the result of a freshly increased debt overhang, lingering unemployment, and shifts towards saving and away from spending as a result of the psychological scarring of COVID. Rosenberg also outlines his investment ideas that result from this view, namely long bonds, gold, "utility-like growth", and emerging markets in Asia like China and India. Filmed on February 1, 2020. You can get a free 30-day trial to Rosenberg Research here: https://bit.ly/3pQ4nyB.
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Micah Loewinger produced this story for On the Media (OTM) about the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol building on January 6th of this year. Micah logged into a public channel on Zello, a walkie-talkie type app, and listened to conversations on “Stop the Steal J6,” a channel set up by far-right extremists. As he monitored the channel, the app saved a file to Micah’s computer and he immediately had access to an audio recording of everything that was said. Micah describes the whole process and the value of the recordings on this episode of HowSound.
One thing we didn’t discuss in the episode that is worth pointing out here is the excellent structure of the story. A significant portion of the piece was centered around an anonymous user on the Zello channel — “Ohio Regulars Actual Oath Keeper.” Micah uses her anonymity to raise a question: who is she?
Reveal looks back to a nearly forgotten 1898 election in North Carolina. A coup d’etat gave birth to much of the structural racism that exists today.
What is a business information security officer or BISO? Do you need one? Is it just an extension of the CISO or is it simply taking on the business aspect…
As a TTRPG (tabletop role playing game) player, the barrier to entry is very low but mastery is hard. From common interactions that require some finesse to trying to remove some of the burden of running from the GM, we will provide some tools and insights that might make your next game even better.
This panel was given and recorded at Strategicon Gateway 2020 (run online due to Covid-19) for Games on Demand, on Sunday, September 6th.
Panel creator and presenter: Anne Ratchat (https://twitter.com/_Mngwa_) Panelists: Amr Ammourazz (https://twitter.com/ammourazz), James Mendez Hodes (https://twitter.com/LulaVampiro), Tomer Gurantz (https://twitter.com/tgurantz)
0:45 Who are you? What is your playstyle background? 5:33 What is the role of a player? 12:01 How can you tell what the tone and expectation of the table is? For example, does the GM want to keep things on rail versus give space for exploration? 22:40 What do you consider to be one of the most effective pieces of advice you could give a player to be better? 31:12 Scenario: A player has just tapped the X-Card (http://tinyurl.com/x-card-rpg). As a player, what do you do? 41:41 Scenario: You are at a table with a very large personality and a smaller personality who might be getting less spotlight. You might even be one of those two i…
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The artist and the algorithm: how YouTube is changing our relationship with music - Earshot - ABC Radio National
An obscure Japanese musician has found millions of fans thanks to YouTube. Hiroshi Yoshimura’s ambient synth music is perfect for long background listening and keeps you on the YouTube platform for hours, caught in the attention economy.
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“What part do I play?” asks Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility. Her critical, urgent work asks us to question what we think we know about racism.
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