dantiberian / Daniel DC Compton

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  1. Episode 931: The IT Guy Vs. The Con Artist


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  2. 11: City as Liturgy - Hope in Source — A podcast about faith and open source — with Nadia Eghbal & Henry Zhu

    Is the city a toaster (an object) or a cat (a living organism)? We are joined by Dr. Timothy Patitsis to talk about how our physical and digital spaces, like liturgy, can be understood as "the work of the people". We discuss science as organized complexity, the meaning of knowledge, recursive societies, fractal hierarchies, and implications for governance.


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  3. 41 - The Aesthetics of Programming Tools - Jack Rusher | Future of Coding

    Are you looking for the real computer revolution? Join the club! Future of Coding is a community, podcast, and research project organized by Steve Krouse.


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  4. Crazy Wisdom: Tiago Forte - How do you build a second brain using technology?

    This one was really fun and I got to go deep into Tiago’s understanding of the impact of technology on our ability to learn. Its a huge passion for me as well so we got some interesting stuff out there.


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  5. The Art of Product: 95: What Really Happened to Screenhero

    While Derrick is away, Ben welcomes Don Goodman-Wilson, who was the first hire at Screenhero in 2013.

    Don shares his version of Screenhero’s incredible journey, its migration to Slack, and Tuple coming to the rescue. Better late than never!


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  6. Michael Kitces – The Past, Present & Future of Financial Advice – [Invest Like the Best, EP.122]

    My guest this week is Michael Kitces, who is one of our

    industries go-to experts on all things financial advise and financial planning.

    We discuss the past, present, and future of financial

    advise, financial technology, and investing. If you are a financial advisor or

    use one, this conversation is full of great history and perspective. Please


    For more episodes go to InvestorFieldGuide.com/podcast.

    Sign up for the book club, where you’ll get a full investor

    curriculum and then 3-4 suggestions every month at InvestorFieldGuide.com/bookclub.

    Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_oshag

    Show Notes

    1:08 – (First Question) – History of financial

    planning/advice model

    5:26 – Fee changes in the 1970’s

    10:01 – The start of the AUM model

    10:44 – Value proposition for financial advisors beyond

    trading vs robo-advsiors

                11:49 – Why

    Robo-Advisors Will Be No Threat To Real Advisors

    18:20 – Why are humans still dominating the space

    23:58 – Future of advisor fees

    32:50 – Viability of the human driven flat fee model

    37:50 – The dominance of flat fee models

    43:13 – What services are financial advisors offering to

    justify their fees

    47:17 – Dimensions to divide potential customers

    52:20 – Exciting updates on the investment side that will

    help differentiate managers

    55:37 – Any investment function beyond the basics that is

    intriguing to him

    58:45 – Most interesting problems to be solved on the

    investing and non-investing sides

    1:04:52 – Advice for young advisors

    1:09:24 – How does he invest his own money

    1:11:31 – Kindest thing anyone has done for Michael



    Tagged with finance

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  7. Spec · Developer Tea · Individual Contributor Career Growth w/ Matt Klein (part 2)

    Podcasts and resources to help designers and developers level up


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  8. Spec · Developer Tea · Individual Contributor Career Growth w/ Matt Klein (part 1)

    Podcasts and resources to help designers and developers level up


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  9. Escape Pod 683: Flash Crash - Escape Pod

    Flash Crash By Louis Evans MAISIE was seven years old on the day she woke up and died. Blame it on the algorithms, if you wish. The survivors–and there were not many of them–certainly did. MAISIE (Modified Arbitrage Intelligence for Stocks and International Equities) was an algorithm herself, a flash trading algorithm. She traded stocks, …


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  10. The Dalrymple Report: WWDC with John Gruber and Matt Drance

    John Gruber and Matt Drance joined me again this year to discuss WWDC and all of the announcements from the conference. From coding to the Mac Pro, we give our…


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