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If you're passionate about App State football and App State sports then you'll love The Black & Gold Podcast. Your hosts, AJ and Big C, are alumni that are passionate about all things Appalachian State. With a new episode every Wednesday, you'll be able to keep up with App State's on field performance and anything else that's going on off the field that you need to know about. From a recap of the previous game, a preview of the next game and everything in between, for fans of App State, The ...
 
BIG GIRL PANTS is a podcast featuring raw discussions between two friends around the real-life challenges of raising kids, building careers, and staying healthy all while attempting to stay sane. It’s about cutting yourself some slack because we can’t be all things to everyone. April Melton and Kimberly Shapiro met while working together in the recruiting industry and instantly became friends. After many deep office discussions around the challenges of raising a family while working hard to ...
 
This podcast BUSINESS GERMAN will teach you more than surviving in a German office or company. My episodes focus on authentic German to keep you motivated and updated. I am introducing information and will link with selected websites of my choice to guide you online into the German Language and Culture and Life from an intercultural approach. My main focus will be sites plus podcasts of GERMAN MEDIA. BGP published by your Coach of German Peter H Bloecker https://bloecker.blog Cover art photo ...
 
Bestselling author and bloggers, David de las Morenas (HowToBeast.com) and Dave Perrotta (PostgradCasanova.com) team up each week to share insights on how to get men unstuck and reach their potential in all areas of life. David and Dave interview experts in: self improvement, dating, sex, relationships, fitness and entrepreneurship to help you to “level up” and embrace the beastly gentleman lifestyle. Guests include: James Altucher, Hal Elrod, Andrew Ferebee and Christian McQueen.
 
SMI Radio is a weekly audio magazine that takes you inside of the local music scene here in Seattle and the Northwest. We feature great music from some of the finest local, regional, national and global music artists as well as interesting conversation with them. We cover a variety of bands and musical genres. SMI Radio invites you to follow us as we take you inside of the local music scene here in Seattle and the Northwest. We will cover a variety of bands and musical genres. We will take y ...
 
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This week it’s time to address the tin foil hat wearing, flat earth dreaming, “the election was stolen but they forgot to steal the Senate”, covid’s not real, morons that are destroying our country. These social media warriors with absolutely no substantive knowledge in the subject matter they purport to have done “thousands of hours of research” o…
 
Ramon Tancinco had a dream to start a Cisco office in Krakow, Poland. With hard work and some key partners he was able to bring that dream to life. Join our conversation as Ramon talks through moving to Poland, some of the changes on the horizon for the Krakow office, and shares the ways they drive and celebrate diversity in their office. Join Team…
 
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! This episode was recorded back in January. April's grandmother had just turned 90 and being the podcaster she is - she just hit record and went! This was a truly beautiful conversation with both her Grandmother, Josie Ann Marie Groh Libby and her Grandfather, Charles William Libby. You will hear her mom and brother Jeff…
 
App State football faces off against a tough east division opponent in Troy on Saturday. App State and Troy have faced off every Thanksgiving weekend since 2018 which has favored the Mountaineers up to this point. App State basketball is also back this week. We preview the upcoming basketball games and answer all your questions in the #BGPMailSatch…
 
App State football traveled to Conway to play their second undefeated opponent of 2020. Unfortunately the result wasn't what we wanted. The silver lining is we were in a position to win at the end of the game. Too many mistakes ultimately cost us a victory against a talented Coastal squad. We break down the game and how to look at the rest of the s…
 
In this episode of CableStakes, Cisco's James "JB" Brannan , Sr. Manager of Product Management, Cable Access, and Richard Piper, Product Line Manager, Cable Access, share insights on the DOCSIS 4.0 specification: what it's aimed at addressing, key principles for the spec, timeline for deployment and what the move to DOCSIS 4.0 means for end-user ex…
 
App State football plays its most critical game of the season. Against... COASTAL KENTUCKY? This is the de facto East Division Championship and both teams know it. We talk to Coastal Carolina sports reporter Chris Parks about Saturday's game. It's also BASKETBALL SEASON! We have Head Coach Dustin Kerns on to discuss the new players on the roster, t…
 
This week, we’re pleasantly surprised to say that the Internet did not break and there were no major election-night outages to report. That’s not to say we didn’t catch performance glitches in the days and weeks around the big night, however. Watch this week’s episode, as we cover performance issues at a Secretary of State website as well as why CN…
 
App State had its first real challenge from Georgia State on Saturday. It was a game that felt more like a 1998 heavyweight bout more than a 2020 Sun Belt matchup. App State didn't score a touchdown until late in the THIRD QUARTER! At the end of the day, a win is a win and App State football is 6-1 overall and 4-0 in conference. We break down Satur…
 
Last week we told you exactly how this thing was going to play out, did we not? Biden was going to win and Trump was going to claim the Democrats stole it… duh. We also said, the thing to watch closely was what Trump did when he inevitably lost in court. Well those days have come and gone and Trump still hasn’t acknowledged the fact that he lost. S…
 
This is The Internet Report, where we uncover what’s working and what’s breaking on the Internet—and why. This week, we’re pleasantly surprised to say that the network did not break, and there were no major election-night outages to report. However, that’s not to say we didn’t catch performance glitches in the days and weeks around the big night. W…
 
Today, security is critical not just for large enterprises, but also small businesses, the public sector, and individuals of every race, gender, age, religion, and culture, in the developing and developed world alike. On this episode of TechBeat, we explore the intersection of cybersecurity and inclusion with Cisco’s Global Lead for Inclusion, Trey…
 
This week instead of focusing on the election that everyone has already made their mind up about, we zero in on some of the funniest stories you may have missed involving the candidates. Including the “Law and Order President” Donald Trump getting endorsed by Ice Cube (the guy that wrote ‘Fuck The Police’) and Blood gang affiliated rapper Lil Wayne…
 
In this week’s episode, we dive into a recent outage at Slack that caused intermittent issues for its enterprise users (including ourselves) for nearly a full day. The cause, as noted by Slack, was on the backend and related to an overloaded database. Next, we dig into another outage at Microsoft. According to their statement, a bug in an internal …
 
In this week’s episode, we dive into a recent outage at Slack that caused intermittent issues for its enterprise users (including ourselves) for nearly a full day. The cause, as noted by Slack, was on the backend and related to an overloaded database. Next, we dig into another outage at Microsoft. According to their statement, a bug in an internal …
 
In this week’s episode, we discuss two notable outages that happened last week. The first, at Twitter, took place on October 15 around 5:30 pm PST and impacted users’ ability to tweet or re-tweet. According to Twitter’s official statement, an internal system error was the culprit—putting to bed any theories of another hack. The second outage took p…
 
In this episode of CableStakes, Cisco's Ben Bekele, Director of Product Management, Cable Access Business Unit, and Don Dewar, Technical Leader, Cable Access, will discuss the differences in public cloud vs. Cloud Native, shed light on the differentiation and characteristics of Cisco's cnBR (Cloud Native Broadband Router) vs. other virtual CMTS's, …
 
We’ve got an election coming up here in the US, and over the last several weeks, we have been analyzing a dozen or so state election websites to take a closer look at how they’re hosted (e.g., do they use a CDN or are they self-hosted?) and to monitor them for outages. In this episode, we discuss the pros and cons of each hosting method and dive in…
 
This week we look back on the month that saw the President, his wife, his son, his Press Secretary, and multitudes more of his aides and administration officials and advisors all contracting Covid-19. So for clarity, we just saw a security protocol shift from trying to protect the President from contracting the virus from visitors to the White Hous…
 
App State football returned to Boone after nearly a month and did not disappoint! Even though the crowd was small, the weather was perfect and our boys played their hearts out. The highlight of the night MIGHT be the return of FTC which was initially brought on by Caleb Spurlin after a sack. No doubt Coach John Law has an influence! We break down t…
 
Explore the beautiful Angola and Jamaica with Apprentices: Princess Sebastiao & Jordan Miller, and their Manager, Yasmin Chowdhary. Find out which magic ingredient Angolans can’t live without, an explanation of Patois, and the importance of celebrating diverse cultures every day. Find Princess’ blog about Black History Month here: https://www.linke…
 
. In this week’s episode, we discuss two notable outages that happened last week. The first, at Twitter, took place on October 15 around 5:30 pm PST and impacted users’ ability to tweet or re-tweet. According to Twitter’s official statement, an internal system error was the culprit—putting to bed any theories of another hack. The second outage took…
 
This is The Internet Report, where we uncover what’s working and what’s breaking on the Internet—and why. In this week’s episode, we dive into a recent outage at Slack that caused intermittent issues for its enterprise users (including ourselves) for nearly a full day. The cause, as noted by Slack, was on the backend and related to an overloaded da…
 
This week’s episode we take a look at what was revealed in the President’s tax returns. We discuss what it means to have a President that’s constantly bragging about how much money he’s making, while reporting to the IRS 10’s of millions of dollars in total losses. We also ask the not enough asked question, if a black man behaved like Trump, what w…
 
Dr. Don Wood developed the Inspired Performance Institute after spending years researching how trauma affects our minds and our lives. Dr. Wood began to understand that events and experiences throughout our lifetime continue to play a role in how we experience life in the present. He also realized that there was a better way of treating the issue. …
 
This podcast introduction was written by Nick Buraglio, the host of today’s podcast. In the original days of this podcast, there were heavy, deep discussions about this new protocol called “OpenFlow”. Like many of our most creative innovations in the IT field, OpenFlow came from an academic research project that aimed to change the way that we as o…
 
This podcast introduction was written by Nick Buraglio, the host of today’s podcast. In the original days of this podcast, there were heavy, deep discussions about this new protocol called “OpenFlow”. Like many of our most creative innovations in the IT field, OpenFlow came from an academic research project that aimed to change the way that we as o…
 
What do the Stone Roses, Paddle Boards, Customer Success and work-life balance have in common? Alistair Wildman - Rochdale boy and Senior Vice President & General Manager, Cisco Customer Experience in EMEAR. Find out in this episode of Cisco CX EMEAR: Unplugged what it takes, in our new world, to keep customers, employees – as well as the family at…
 
Scaling an Everest peak and running a small business in a competitive, ever-changing market aren’t entirely different. Both demand speed, agility, and fast, informed decision-making. In this podcast, Cisco TechBeat host Kevin Delaney speaks with Benedikt Bohm, a record-breaking climber who is also the CEO of Dynafit, a maker of high-end mountaineer…
 
In this podcast, host Kevin Delaney explores the future of education technology aimed at keeping students motivated, teachers empowered, and parents sane — with expert advice from Christine Olmstead, Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services at the Orange County Department of Education and Mary Schlegelmilch, a former teacher and school ad…
 
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, digital connections were indispensable — for education, social interactions, telemedicine, business continuity and so much more.But in places where connectivity is limited, the challenges and tragedies of the pandemic were only heightened. This was especially true in Native American communities across America, whe…
 
Digital technologies have all but kept the world running through the Covid-19 pandemic.But it’s not just technology per se. Outstanding leadership and trusted partnerships enable cities and organizations to pivot quickly to meet big challenges with digital innovations. Take Turin, Italy. In this podcast, Cisco Techbeat host Kevin Delaney speaks wit…
 
The pandemic is driving rapid transformation and major challenges. But the best CIOs have been there every step of the way, to guide organizations, scale fast, and implement new technologies and solutions. But even for the most strategic CIOs, it hasn’t been easy. In this podcast, Cisco Techbeat host Kevin Delaney highlights some key insights from …
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic has stressed, apps need to be created, deployed, and updated faster than ever before. But without knowing it, many developers are building in security flaws at the earliest stages of coding. Pieter Danhieux, CEO of Secure Code Warrior, an Australian DevSecOps startup, is determined to change all that. In this podcast and ar…
 
Analyst Patrick Moorhead has spent decades studying the impact of technology on life and work. So, without minimizing the hardships of the global pandemic, he’s fascinated with the reality of millions around the world abandoning their workplaces to collaborate remotely. In this “new normal,” technology is key. And getting it right is critical. That…
 
In this episode of Cisco TechBeat, Kevin Delaney speaks with Tae Yoo, Cisco's Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, about how the private sector can step up to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The conversation touches on the impacts of working and learning from home and addresses the responsibility of businesses to support their emplo…
 
Cisco's CIO on managing IT in challenging times “If there’s anything this pandemic has taught us,” said Cisco CIO Jacqueline Guichelaar, “it's how important technology is. Technology is the connector. It's what allows the world to continue to function as we all navigate through this situation.” Not that it’s been easy. Guichelaar oversaw the scalin…
 
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