Larry Wilmore sits down with conservative commentator Ben Shapiro to talk about how he got his start in politics, the creation of the Moral Majority, and the division between religion and government
If you’re like a lot of men listening to this podcast, you’ve likely made it a goal to lose some weight this year. But if you’re also like a lot of men listening to this podcast, you’ve made that goal before, maybe even succeeded with it, but have had to make it again because you gained all the weight back. My guest today argues that losing weight is actually pretty easy. The real trick is keeping it off.
His name is Layne Norton. He’s a professional bodybuilder, powerlifter, and doctor of nutritional science, and today on the show we discuss all things fat loss. We begin our conversation discussing why losing weight is easier than keeping it off, the mechanisms that kick into gear once we shed body fat that cause us to gain all of it, and even more back, and why yo-yo dieting is so terrible for you.
We then dig into whether there’s one diet that’s the most effective in helping you lose fat, the tactics you need to use to keep the weight off in the long run, and the real reason exercise plays a role in helping you do so, which isn’t what you think.
Get the show notes at aom.is/biolayne.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/artofmanliness/475-how-to-lose-weight-and-keep-it-off-forever
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Hello, welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast where we review the week’s hottest news in cloud native technologies/at-scale application development and look ahead to topics we expect will gain more attention in coming weeks.
This week, we recorded the podcast live at the Sensu Summit, which took place live in Portland. Joining us this week are Google Developer Advocate Kelsey Hightower and Sensu CEO Caleb Hailey, to discuss the challenges of microservices monitoring. Many traditional monitoring tools, such as Nagios, or even Amazon Web Services’ CloudWatch, fail to capture the full picture of what is going on within a system, the panel agreed.
This week, Hailey wrote a post for TNS how Sensu can automate the process of collecting sensor data from multiple tools, and multiple formats. "Hybrid cloud monitoring becomes a lot easier to reason about when everything is a ‘workflow.’ It’s not only easier, but the possibilities for what you can monitor (and how) are virtually endless," he wrote.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/thenewstackcontext/the-new-stack-context-sensu-summit-2018
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This week, Mark and Francesc get a chance to talk directly to the Director of Customer Reliability Engineering himself, Luke Stone, all about CRE
Sensu’s platform is the solution to the monitoring problems you’re facing today, and the right foundation for your organization tomorrow. From bare metal to Kubernetes—get complete visibility across every system, every protocol, every time. This episode will feature Sean Porter, CTO of Sensu, for a discussion of Sensu’s platform and more.
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Joe Rogan Podcast with Colion Noir Discusses Guns, NRA, Gun Control, Media, Censorship, Mass Shootings, Hollywood
You all asked for it, and now you’re getting it. I finally made it onto Joe Rogan’s podcast, “The Rogan Experience.” I would love to say that by watching this video you’ll find the meaning of life, but that didn’t happen. However, what you will see is an open and honest conversation about guns, the media, drugs, mental health, and just life in general. I haven’t enjoyed a discussion more than the one I had with Joe Rogan. The time just flew by and before I knew it two hours passed. I honestly could have continued the conversation into the night. Either way, I hope you all enjoy watching this conversation as much as I enjoyed having it.
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Dr. Sidney Dekker, Dr. Steven Spear, Dr. Richard Cook, John Willis and Gene Kim
As aspiring students of both Lean and Safety Culture, John Willis and I (Gene Kim) observed that there seemed to be many commonalities between the two movements of Safety Culture and Lean: the need for psychological safety, a scientific method for improvement daily work, systems thinking, and so forth. However, instead of these movements seeing the other as mutually supportive bodies of knowledge, they seemed to view the other with suspicion or even in diametric opposition.
Over the last four years, John Willis and I (Gene Kim) have had the privilege of interacting with many of the most influential thinkers from these two movements. In 2017, John and I filmed a half-day panel with Dr. Richard Cook and Dr. Sidney Dekker from the Safety Culture movement, and Dr. Steven Spear from the Lean movement.
As John will tell you, on the one hand it was amazing to see such an intellectual tour de force of argumentation, citing philosophy, physics, management and social sciences, medicine, ethics, economics, and even theology. On the other hand, it was at times a pretty stressful and wild ride, and at one point, John and I wondered whether we should have let this stay buried in the desert, so vehement was the discussion.
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