This week Joe and Pete welcome their good mate Raz to the pod. Better know as Mr AMG, the geniud behind the YouTube channel Remove Before Race.Don't forget to send us your questions or subject for future episodes.Subscribe/Follow, give us a rating and give us a follow on Instagram for all the latest Podcast news - https://www.instagram.com/drivetorque...Aside from our headline sponsor Michelin, we would like to thank;Podium place - https://podiumplace.co.uk/Manfrotto - https://www.manfrotto.com/uk-en/Joby - https://joby.com/uk-en/Cheers and see you at the next one 👊
A lot happened this week! Google dropped Gemini (its latest AI model) and a few new Pixel features as well. Marques and David discuss it all along with a few EV stories and the Grand Theft Auto 6 trailer. Of course, we wrap it all up with trivia! Enjoy!
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Beeper Mini: https://www.beeper.com/
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Pixel Feature Drop: https://bit.ly/46PxAOw
Toyota EV's: https://bit.ly/3NhMI0c
30 New Honda EV's: https://bit.ly/3RbKwbR
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Welcome back to "Inside the Click" with your co-host, Michelle, giving you the lowdown on all things creator economy in just 5 minutes!What went down this past week:Rodeo's Game-Changing Beta AppRodeo dropped their beta app, changing how creators bank on their content.Get paid based on how users engage, thanks to the 'creator fund'.Check out shoprodeo on IG to jump on the beta train!The Big Scoop from The New York TimesNothing groundbreaking, just more love for the booming creator economy.Interesting point: the rise of 'brand' influencers vs. the 'mom and pop' vibe.Tech and AI? Yeah, they're your buddies for sky-high growth.Button's Mobile Commerce Power MoveButton's tech set to drive over $10 billion in mobile commerce in 2023.Sneaky power behind affiliate links - watch out when you're hustling on platforms!"Things I Bought and Liked" Creator's Good DeedsAn undercover creator's yearly drive for teachers' Amazon wishlists.Big shots like Howl ($10k) and Lil Dicky ($15k) stepping up!Spotting performative vs. truly impactful donations.Let's Connect!Instagram: @insidetheclickTikTok: @insidetheclickYouTube: InsidetheClickpodcastSubstack insidetheclick.substack.com Email at email@example.com
Automation tools can be a robot you bought off the internet, or it can be something you make yourself. When should you automate a task? Would automation reduce mistakes, improve quality, or improve joy? Sometimes, but not always! In this episode, Stephen and Lucian hope you learn something from some of their mistakes and some of their wins with automation. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, we talk with Ryan Kersting, SE, FSEAOC, principal at Buehler and current NCSEA President, about functional recovery in structural engineering, and how engineers can deepen their understanding and contribute to improving community resilience. He also talks about NCSEA (National Council of Structural Engineers Associations), exploring its essence and ways for engineers to […]
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Seth Law is Founder and Principal Consultant of Redpoint Security, an AppSec consulting firm that focuses on code security, as well as co-host of the fantastic Absolute AppSec podcast. Seth has plenty of experience with the nitty gritty details of software development, and Cole Cornford had a great time nerding out with him about static analysis tools and code reviews. They chat about the potential for AI to improve AppSec, the unhelpful tendency to idolise big tech companies, the importance of good communication between developers and AppSec, and plenty more.Secured by Galah Cyber website This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Voxalyze - https://voxalyze.com/legal/privacy-policy/
This week we're back on systems programming with Hare. A C-like language for the ages. We talk to its creator, Drew DeVault, about what he thinks we can learn from the past 50 years of programming, and how we can build that hindsight into a new language that will last for the next 100. In among all that long-term ambition we talk cover everything from error handling, typed unions and linear types, to metaprogramming and Drew's microkernel operating system. It's called Ares, and it is, of course, built in Hare.--Drew's Homepage: https://drewdevault.com/Kris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/krisajenkinsKris on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/krisjenkins/ A summary of Hare’s features: https://harelang.org/tutorials/introduction/Hare Community Resources: https://harelang.org/community/SXMO Mobile: https://sxmo.org/QBE Compiler Backend: https://c9x.me/compile/users.htmlAres OS Source Code: https://sr.ht/~sircmpwn/helios/OSDev Wiki: https://wiki.osdev.org/Expanded_Main_PageThe Ares System [pdf]: https://mirror.drewdevault.com/ares.pdf -- #programming #podcast #harelang #qbe #microkernel
Hosts: Max, Jay, Vi, Peta, and Gabe
Know Idea is your weekly dose of science on 4ZZZ for over 10 years! All things space & time, environment, health, tech, psychology plus everything else in-between. Recorded live at 4ZZZ on Wednesday 10-12 in Meanjin/Brisbane.
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04:25 - Harvesting Water From Thin Air w/Jay
06:38 - What Really Killed The Dinosaurs? w/Gabe
10:40 - Electroreception In Bottlenose Dolphins w/Peta
14:18 - Spider-Mic w/Max
19:39 - Conditioning Brittle Stars w/Peta
27:15 - Listening to Cicadas on Fibre Optics w/Gabe
33:20 - Moto Rap w/Max
38:10 - QuadAttacK Hits AI w/Jay
41:42 - Don&#x27;t Forget to Subscribe!
42:32 - Exotics Seeding From Green Spaces w/Vi
47:21 - Space News w/Max
In a future dominated by driverless cars, will your grandchildren need a driver's license?Alex Roy, a former executive at Argo AI, a U.S. autonomous driving technology company, is also a rally race driver who asserts that autonomous vehicles are inevitable. Soon, driverless cars won't be the exception but the norm.However, he also argues that human driving will never disappear. How will these two predictions coexist? Listen to the latest episode of My Wildest Prediction on the future of mobility. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.