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Dave Jevans, CEO of CipherTrace, and Siân Jones, Senior Partner at XReg Consulting, give the lowdown on the Financial Action Task Force’s travel rule and how it applies to businesses in the crypto space. They discuss: their background and journey into crypto what the travel rule is the consequences for countries that are not compliant whether the regulation will apply to staking providers in the future the type of companies and transactions that will be covered under the travel rule the type of...more
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris chat about the relatively new Rails view_component library from GitHub, Steph talks about her work with Storybook as part of extracting and defining a design system, and they chat about the attr_extras project with convenience helpers for ruby & Rails apps. They round out the conversation with some keyboard updates (ErgoDox onramp is steep!) and project rotation notes. This episode is brought to you by ScoutAPM. Give Scout a try for free today a...more
In today's episode, we're talking about the limits of our brain and mind shifting strategies to solve problems faster. 📮 Ask a Question If you enjoyed this episode and would like me to discuss a question that you have on the show, drop it over at: developertea.com. 🧡 Leave a ReviewIf you're enjoying the show and want to support the content head over to iTunes and leave a review! It helps other developers discover the show and keep us focused on what matters to you.
And here are the notes and links for this week’s episode:Telegram vs. Apple Apple Faces EU Antitrust Complaint from Messaging App Telegram (Bloomberg Law) Telegram files EU antitrust complaint against Apple’s App Store (Ars Technica) Durov’s Telegram channel Facebook vs. the EU Irony isn’t dead… Facebook sues EU on data privacy grounds for requesting too much personal data (The Register) Facebook sues EU antitrust regulator for excessive data requests (Reuters) Facebook sues EU for requesti...more
Pre-show: Zip ties vs. Velcro cable ties Monoprice 106463 cable ties Follow-up: Apple’s Public Policy Advocacy (via Kyles the Gray) macOS Catalina 10.15.6 can read Big Sur APFS volumes (via Ole Begemann) Would we distribute our iOS apps outside the App Store? (via Wade Tregaskis) HEY #askatp How do we move data between computers? (Yes, again.) (via Jon Aumann) Casey on Homebrew bundle Will iPhone-only apps be rotated appropriately for usage on macOS/iPad OS? (via John Demco) Ho...more
Compared with traditional lineup techniques, a series of two-faces-at-a-time choices led to more accurate identification by study witnesses.
If you’ve tried David Allen’s Getting Things Done methodology, you’ve probably run into this scenario: You start doing your Weekly Review, and then you miss one, and then you miss another one, and before you know it, things are starting to slip.It doesn’t have to be that way — in this episode, we are going to talk about doing an effective and efficient Weekly Review, and we are going to talk about how to be CONSISTENT. It almost always comes down to one of 2 things, and w...more
On this episode of ZigZag, host Manoush Zomorodi is joined by Eric Ries, who went from writing Silicon Valley's bible to building a stock market for social justice. Together, they examine why quarterly earnings reports cause anti-social behavior and how a new stock exchange in the US might present a systemic solution. As Eric says, this "will serve as inspiration to a new generation of civic entrepreneurs who will say: We don't have to take the institutions of our society as a given. We could tr...more
What's the history of E3? What purpose does it serve? And can anyone attend? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Danny Rose has been one of the most outspoken and arresting voices in English football for the last number of years, and he’s our guest today on The Players Chair - as Richie Sadlier and Ken Early present a change to our regular Second Captains World Service Monday schedule. In this exclusive interview with Richie, we hear Danny’s thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement, and we focus on the incidents of racism he still faces as a premier league footballer going about his daily life. ...more
Steve Jurvetson is the Co-Founder @ Future Ventures who announced their debut and flagship $200M Fund in 2019. Steve's incredible portfolio includes the likes of SpaceX, Tesla, Planet, Memphis Meats, Hotmail, and the deep learning companies Mythic and Nervana. Steve also sits on the board of both SpaceX and Tesla. Prior to founding Future, Steve was the co-founder of renowned valley firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson where he led investments in 5 companies that went public in successful IPOs and seve...more
Kate Torney, Susan Orlean and Paul Holdengräber at the Athenaeum Theatre 'The boundary between society and the library is porous,' Susan Orlean has written. 'Nothing good is kept out of the library, and nothing bad.' What do libraries mean to us – as public places and civic institutions? Why do attacks on libraries evoke a special kind of horror? And what do libraries represent in the collective imagination and in literary history? In partnership with State Library Victoria, we brought toget...more
Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition and a three-time Recode Decode guest, talks with Kara Swisher in these three excerpts from her appearances on the show. Originally published in 2016, 2017, and 2019, the interviews cover how Vestager approached trying to regulate big tech companies such as Apple, Facebook, and Google, which for many years were largely untouched by US regulators.Featuring:Margrethe Vestager (@vestager), European Commissioner for CompetitionHosts:Kara S...more
With everything that has transpired this year, we could all use some positive news. Today Jesse highlights a couple of positive stories from YNAB users who have managed to save money and stabilize their financial situation despite job loss and salary cuts due to COVID. Follow the four rules, and things will get better. Budgeting isn't the end-all-be-all, it's not the solution for everything, but it will help you make your financial situation better. Budgeting simply works! Sign up for a free...more
Can Chromebook run Windows, why a caller's Philips Hue lights is disconnecting from their WiFi network, security cameras that don't charge for storage on the cloud, correctly generating the right password for you, building your own router, finding out which service providers support your phone, talking to Sam Abuelsamid and Chris Marquardt, and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Sam Abuelsamid and Chris Marquardt Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/the-te...more
Tik Tok Ban, Tech Titans Talk to Congress, Twitter Hackers ArrestedTrump threatens to ban Tik Tok Trump wants Microsoft to buy Tik TokMr. Cook, Zuck, Bezos, and Pichai go to Washington What should the government do to Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple?Twitter hackers arrestedOur Covid year: CES will be all-virtual in 2021 Huawei is the #1 phone maker in the world Need a job? The US Digital Service is hiring!Microsoft will end mobile support for Cortana in 2010 Election Cyber Surge wants to hel...more
Recent research has deepened our understanding of balloons' hair-raising effect. Learn more in this classic episode of BrainStuff. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
The late Stephen Hawking famously warned that Artificial Intelligence might someday become so clever as to supersede humans. But academic and author, Brett Frischmann, has a different fear. He argues that human beings are starting to act like machines. That they’re being groomed to become more robotic in their behaviour and interactions. Also, why is the software development company GitHub interested in an old abandoned mineshaft in the very north of Scandinavia?
This week it's just two of us, but we have a LOT to talk about, including Carrion, Destroy all Humans remaster/remake, Blightbound, Fight Crab, Halo Infinite going free to play, Panzer Paladin, a long discussion on contractor studios and just how many people touch the games you love in order to ship them, plus a lot more of your emails. This week's music: Mothica - Vices