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Music Tectonics

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Music Tectonics

rock paper scissors PR firm

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The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. The podcast includes news roundups, interviews, and more. Our host is Dmitri Vietze, CEO of PR firm rock paper scissors.
 
Join LinkedIn Editor in Chief Daniel Roth, as he talks with the world’s top minds in business, government and beyond as we work together to navigate the changing landscape created by COVID-19. Featuring new interviews with leaders like Mark Cuban and Bill Gates, and digging into the archives for wisdom from leaders like Rebecca Minkoff, This is Working brings the decision makers to the table to answer your questions, directly.
 
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THE DEEP

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An immersive actual play tabletop role-playing game about a team of scientists who descend to Deepwater Plymouth, a science lab at the bottom of the ocean. An easily bingeable blend of comedy and horror.
 
Join serial entrepreneur, marketer, and author Ed O'Keefe as he talks with today's most influential business leaders. Ed isn't just your normal businessman. He's a health and wellness enthusiast, he's trained in NLP and he knows the struggles every business owner faces in attempting to have a balanced life. He's the Father of 7 children and owns several successful companies. Join Ed and his guests as they share strategies and experiences that can help you grow your business!
 
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Play Ground

Nancy Netherwood & Sam Webber

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A fortnightly theatre bookclub hosted by Nancy Netherwood and Sam Webber. Every other Thursday we take a deep dive into a different play from a range of genres, writers, times and places - join in the conversation over on Twitter, @playgroundpoddy
 
Why is Iceland the fastest growing island in the North Atlantic? Why is Iceland on dry land? Dr Dave McGarvie takes us on a geographically complex field trip to discover Iceland's new land. McGarvie explains how different types of basalts eruptions help build the crust of Iceland. This material forms part of The Open University course S339, Understanding the continents.
 
Jason & Myles are coffee addicted dads that take you to the best coffee shops, introduce you to the incredible people in the coffee world and tell you the must-have drinks to order. Grab a cup and find out what it really takes to get the best cup of coffee and how to stay sane (or go insane) as dads!
 
Lux Research is a leading provider of tech-enabled research and advisory solutions, helping clients drive growth through technology innovation. A pioneer in the research industry, Lux uniquely combines technical expertise and business insights with a proprietary intelligence platform, using advanced analytics and data science to surface true leading indicators. With quality data derived from primary research, fact-based analysis, and opinions that challenge traditional thinking, Lux clients ...
 
The Toronto Indie Hub Podcast (or Hub Podcast for short) is a monthly audio feed featuring Max Brown, Arthur Marris, Tim Nguyen, Robert Aleman, and Spencer Poon Woo. We discuss current events within the gaming industry as well as the functions of Toronto's videogame scene. We like to banter and have since moved guest speakers into our new audio feed titled Hub Interviews. The Hub Podcast was originally founded in 2011 by Max and Arthur formally titled the Toronto Indie Guys Podcast.
 
I am an 8th grade science teacher at Giddings Middle School, Go Buffaloes!!!!! 8th grade science covers a variety of topics, ranging from The Periodic Table and chemical properties to Earth cycles and systems, along with the human body and physical science. This page is going to be used to get the information that is taught in my classroom out and into the hands of my students and parents.
 
This podcast helps Machine Learning Engineers become the best at what they do. Join host Charlie You every week as he talks to the brightest minds in data science, artificial intelligence, and software engineering to discover how they bring cutting edge research out of the lab and into products that people love. You'll learn the skills, tools, and best practices you can use to build better ML systems and accelerate your career in this flourishing new field.
 
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Intro and Outro songs are produced by Thomas Williamson. Favian Renkel brings on Thomas Williamson to talk all things Pittsburgh and San José. They go over many topics like Draft Night, the USL season with the Riverhounds, and many more. Considering joining our Patreon for early and exclusive content and more bonuses: https://www.patreon.com/Tecton…
 
In this week’s episode, listen to one of the highlights of the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference featuring a fireside chat with Tracy Chan. and Dmitri Vietze. Tracy Chan is the VP, Head of Music at Twitch, where his focus is on enabling creators to interact with their fans live and empowering those fans to directly support their favorite creators. Ch…
 
An overview of the basic concepts of linear momentum, angular momentum, work and energy. Includes a discussion of the conservation of momentum, why the concept is needed, and some applications of the concept to collisions and rotating objects. The nature of energy is also discussed, along with the different forms of energy, and how the concepts of …
 
A discussion of the importance of the profit motive and freedom of competition in the efficient operation of a market economy. Includes an overview of the uniformity of profit principle, and an examination of how competition serves as both an opportunity and a disciplining agent for entrepreneurs and firms, thus promoting useful innovations while w…
 
An overview of how atoms bond together to form different chemical substances, including a discussion of the tree main types of bonds (covalent, ionic and metallic), and the relationship of these bonding types to the concept of electronegativity. I also discuss the difference between polar and non-polar bonds, and conclude with some interesting appl…
 
An introduction to the key principles of quantum mechanics, beginning with an examination of the quantum-mechanical description of the behaviour of electrons around atomic nuclei. This is followed by an overview of some of the other major principles of quantum theory, including the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, the Pauli Exclusion Principle, qu…
 
An introduction to basic Newtonian physics, including a discussion of forces, velocity, acceleration, Newton’s three laws of motion, and some common misconceptions about forces. I also discuss circular motion, and conclude with a brief look at the physics of walking and driving a car. If you enjoyed the podcast please consider supporting the show b…
 
An examination of how the price system works, including an introduction to supply and demand theory, and the concepts of clearing the market and surplus maximisation. I also look at how the price system promotes efficiency helps to regulate economic activity. I conclude with a discussion of how prices store and communicate economic information. If …
 
An overview of the chaotic inflationary theory for the origin of the universe, including a discussion of the inflaton field, quantum fluctuations, spontaneous symmetry breaking, and the zero net energy of the universe. Also includes a discussion of the multiverse and the fine-tuning paradox. Recommended pre-listening is Episode 14: Principles of Qu…
 
An overview of the structure and function of cells, as well as their discovery, size, and classifications. Organelles discussed include the nucleus, plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, Golgi apparatus, and mitochondria. Also includes with a brief discussion of the unique properties of plant cells. If you enjoyed the podcast please co…
 
An introduction to the nature, phases, and atomic composition of matter, along with a look at elements, ions, isotopes and the periodic table. The episode concludes with an explanation of molecules, including elemental, ionic and macromolecules. If you enjoyed the podcast please consider supporting the show by making a paypal donation or becoming a…
 
An examination of the atom, beginning with the origin of the concept in ancient Greece, and its subsequent development as a truly scientific idea in the 19th century. I explain the various important contributions made to the field by Thomson, Rutherford, Planck, Einstein and de Broglie, and the resultant evolution of our models of the atom. If you …
 
Evolution loves to plagiarize. You might be surprised at just how useful it can be for an organism to copy the signals, sights, sounds, and smells of others. Mimicry is all about making use of miscommunication. In this episode we’ll discuss the astounding diversity of modern mimics, the rare examples of fossil mimics, and the complex and confusing …
 
In this wide ranging episode, Jack Spallone, Head of Crypto at HIFI Labs and major player in music+crypto's early days, maps how Web3 has emerged from past attempts to deal with music assets using blockchain, and how the whole ecosystem has been guided by artists and collectives taking control. Touching in NFTs, DAOs, and all things decentralized, …
 
Current policies, risk management practices, emergency preparedness, and scientific research interests are often shaped by the effects of past events. However, our past experiences and current methodologies may not prepare us for low probability events that have the potential to affect our natural, built, and social environments. This is especially…
 
A look into the fascinating psychological phenomenon of the introspection illusion. We explore the research behind this phenomenon, and the many implications that it has for human behaviour, including such startling conclusions as people are much more biased, much less observant and much more malleable than they think. If you enjoyed the podcast pl…
 
An introduction to the principles of thermodynamics, including a look at temperature and heat, the laws of thermodynamics, perpetual motion, methods of transferring energy, and the phenomenon of entropy. If you enjoyed the podcast please consider supporting the show by making a paypal donation or becoming a patreon supporter. https://www.patreon.co…
 
An analysis of corporate conspiracy theories, including the alleged suppression of the cure for cancer and sabotage of the electric car. Using economic analysis and game theory, I outline the true incentives and constraints facing the firms in these industries, and explain why any such conspiracies would be enormously difficult to pull off. If you …
 
An examination of the perceived advantages of organic food in terms of safety, nutrition and taste, followed by a comparison of the costs and yield efficiencies of conventional versus organic farming techniques. If you enjoyed the podcast please consider supporting the show by making a paypal donation or becoming a patreon supporter. https://www.pa…
 
An examination of the perceived advantages of organic food in terms of safety, nutrition and taste, followed by a comparison of the costs and yield efficiencies of conventional versus organic farming techniques. If you enjoyed the podcast please consider supporting the show by making a paypal donation or becoming a patreon supporter. https://www.pa…
 
A discussion of the history of organic agriculture, the philosophy behind it, and the main methods used. Also includes a look at the environmental benefits of organic farming, including the effects on erosion, water pollution and biodiversity. If you enjoyed the podcast please consider supporting the show by making a paypal donation or becoming a p…
 
The Hothouse (so called because the house is...hot?) is a 1980 play by Harold Pinter which was actually written in 1958, but still has his signature style of heightened language, biting edge and yes, lots of famous pauses. It's been a while since we did one of these, so there's lots of catching up to do on theatre and genre-based theatre, as well a…
 
Geologic slip rates represent time-averaged fault displacement and are a handy metric to define a fault's activity. Useful as they are, slip rates aggregate numerous earthquakes that have occurred between field-based observation points, which are typically dated offset geomorphic features (e.g. stream channels or terrace risers). This means that ti…
 
The Night Cleaner's Tales is a scripted audio drama anthology, about a man who works at a highly secure facility, cleaning and telling stories. Each story is immersive, with sound fx and original music. If you enjoy shows like Tales From The Crypt, Black Mirror, or Twilight Zone, this show is worth checking out! ---------------------- Website: http…
 
Our first show ever, Fillmore's Crossing, was an actual play D&D adventure, set in the fantasy Wild West. Two agents are assigned an orc guide, as they head out to the small mining town of Fillmore's Crossing, to investigate rumors of people behaving strangely. ---------------------- Website: http://timetodierpg.com/ Support us by making a pledge o…
 
The first in a two-part episode covering the circulatory and respiratory systems, including a discussion of the anatomy of the heart, the process of contraction, and the generation and propagation of electrical activity. I also discuss how the heart functions as a pump, the various types of blood vessels, and control of the heart rate by the brain.…
 
Orchids are among the most diverse and widespread group of plants on Earth today, not to mention one of the most popular among plant enthusiasts. This episode, we discuss what makes orchids so unique and strange, as well as the many mysteries surrounding their evolution and deep history. As with all our plant episodes, Aly is on hand to tell us all…
 
Welcome ... to Spookulative Evolution. October is here, and that means it’s time for Spook-E! Each episode throughout this month, we’re choosing a famous monster and discussing how it – or something like it – might evolve under the rules of evolution and natural selection, pulling inspiration from organisms of the real world. This year’s theme: mon…
 
If MLS were like the Disney movie Sky High, when splitting the clubs up into Heroes and Sidekicks, San Jose Earthquakes, Austin FC, and Vancouver Whitecaps would likely all be placed in the Sidekicks class. That looks to be the case as the 4 points earned won’t be enough to reach the 2021 playoffs. Favian Renkel and Ivan Ornelas discuss the games a…
 
Music and tech have long played their own ghoulish roles in making Halloween especially terrifying. In this week’s spooky episode, Caitlyn Trevor PhD joins host Tristra Newyear Yeager to explore what makes music scary and how our brains process fear. Discover and experience how musical elements such as high drone tones, vocal mimicry, rhythmic unpr…
 
Relative crustal motions along active faults generate earthquakes, and repeated earthquake cycles build mountain ranges over millions of years. However, the long-term summation of elastic, earthquake-related deformation cannot produce the deformation recorded within the rock record. Here, we provide an explanation for this discrepancy by showing th…
 
Favian Renkel and SAZ take a step back to look at the bigger picture now that the San Jose Earthquakes are out of playoff contention in MLS. From what went wrong in those games to looking ahead to 2022, this podcast will hopefully provide useful insight for Quakes fans who are disappointed with these results, as we are too. Consider joining our Pat…
 
Ivan Ornelas and Danny Betancourt take a step back to look at the bigger picture now that two damaging losses to the Seattle Sounders and the Vancouver Whitecaps have the San Jose Earthquakes spiraling out of playoff contention. From what went wrong in those games to looking ahead to 2022, this podcast will hopefully provide useful insight for Quak…
 
Welcome ... to Spookulative Evolution. October is here, and that means it’s time for Spook-E! Each episode throughout this month, we’re choosing a famous monster and discussing how it – or something like it – might evolve under the rules of evolution and natural selection, pulling inspiration from organisms of the real world. This year’s theme: mon…
 
In this week's episode, Dmitri Vietze gets super sci-fi with Pascal Pilon and Daniel Rowland of LANDR, supernova sponsor of the fast-approaching Music Tectonics Conference. With 4.2 million registered users, LANDR is revolutionizing the future of music mastering and creation. Find out how the cloud-based music creation platform is streamlining the …
 
An Earth covered in ice might sound far-fetched, but there’s reason to think it has actually happened in the past – more than once. In this episode, we examine the Snowball Earth hypothesis and the geologic evidence and climate models that back it up, as well as some of the major lingering questions: Just how snowy is the snowball? How could this s…
 
Welcome ... to Spookulative Evolution. October is here, and that means it’s time for Spook-E! Each episode throughout this month, we’re choosing a famous monster and discussing how it – or something like it – might evolve under the rules of evolution and natural selection, pulling inspiration from organisms of the real world. This year’s theme: mon…
 
Get ready for this year’s 2021 Music Tectonics Conference with Eleanor Rust and Dmitri Vietze on this week’s conference preview episode. Music Tectonics unites music tech innovators across industry boundaries to share ideas and get business done. In 2021, our hybrid event invites a global audience to participate in parallel universes: in the metave…
 
Earthquake swarms are common occurrences in both volcanic and tectonic environments. Swarms and their seismic waves provide a critical window into active processes within the earth, often reflecting the interaction between crustal fluids and earthquake faulting, with dynamic interplay between stress, permeability, and fluid pressure. Swarms of this…
 
Favian Renkel sits down to talk to San Jose Earthquakes Player Jack Skahan. He gets asked questions about his childhood all the way to his first start in MLS. Thank you to Jack and the San Jose Earthquakes Front Office for being a part of this interview. Considering joining our Patreon for early and exclusive content and more bonuses: https://www.p…
 
From the state that’s untouchable like Eliot Ness, goals from Benji Kikanovic and Chofis each felt like slugs to the chest for LAFC. Ivan Ornelas and guest SAZ break down a 2-0 victory for the San Jose Earthquakes over LAFC, in a result that proves that off the field there’s California love, but on the field, there’s no love lost. Two of Quakes fan…
 
Welcome ... to Spookulative Evolution. October is here, and that means it’s time for Spook-E! Each episode throughout this month, we’re choosing a famous monster and discussing how it – or something like it – might evolve under the rules of evolution and natural selection, pulling inspiration from organisms of the real world. This year’s theme: mon…
 
In this week’s episode Dmitri Vietze dives into the latest music industry news and trends with 2021 Music Tectonics Conference Star Sponsors, Art + Logic and MRC Data. Art + Logic’s Andrew Sherbrooke, VP of Engineering, shares how the full-service, custom software development agency works with independent clients and Fortune 10 companies to design …
 
The differences between Wednesday’s 4-3 loss to Real Salt Lake and Saturday’s 4-3 win to Austin were night and day, yet they provided similar rollercoasters of emotion. Is this redemption game enough to give the San Jose Earthquakes renewed playoff hope? Ivan and Chris break it all down, including Chofis Lopez’s heroics. Considering joining our Pat…
 
Spiders are among the most diverse, successful, and famous living groups of invertebrates. Today, they’re a worldwide assortment of fascinating predators, and their scarce fossil record provides hints of a history over 300 million years old. In this episode, we discuss the diversity and evolution of spiders, their varied lifestyles, and their most …
 
This week, Dmitri Vietze sits down with artist Created Nor Destroyed, a.k.a. Jesse Worstell, VP of Business Development at Adrev, a Supernova Sponsor at the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference. As online video continues to grow its part of the music monetization pie, Dmitri gets a download of how this rights management company helps artists and rights …
 
Earthquakes occur in clusters or sequences that imply heterogeneous fault properties and complex triggering mechanisms. We have developed a laboratory experiment and supporting numerical simulations that illustrate delayed triggering and repeating interactions between two seismic asperities that result from locally high normal stress. We utilize a …
 
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