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  • Podquisition 214: Little Shop Of Horrors Without The Plant

    How do you do Little Shop of Horrors without the plant? One self-aggrandizing drama teacher tried it. Also, we wrap up 2018's games and look forward to 2019's games. As you do.

  • a16z Podcast: Talent, Tech Trends, and Culture -- with Ben, Marc, and Tyler Cowen

    with Marc Andreessen (@pmarca), Ben Horowitz (@bhorowitz), and Tyler Cowen (@tylercowen) This episode of the a16z Podcast features the rare combination of a16z co-founders Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz in conversation, together, with economist Tyler Cowen (chair of economics at George Mason University and chairman and general director of the Mercatus Center there, and host of his own podcast.) The conversation originally took place at our most recent annual innovation Summit -- which features a16z speakers and invited experts from various organizations discussing innovation at companies large and small, as well as tech trends spanning bio, consumer, crypto, fintech, and more. This discussion covers Ben and Marc's marriage, er, partnership; the evolution of VC and "talent as a network"; and where are we right now on industries being affected by tech (such as retail) and tech trends (such as VR/AR and wearables) -- and where are we going next? Finally, is software eating culture... or is it the other way around?

  • The Spin-off Doctors: Treasure Of The Four Crowns

    What can even be said about this hot nonsense? Treasure of the Four Crowns is a very special B movie in which dinosaur attacks barely warrant a mention and everything has to explode. It's a real... head turner.

  • #012 - Toco y Me Voy Longaço
    Critical Cast

    No episódio desta semana o elenco dá diversas recomendações, sobre livros, filmes, séries, animes e jogos; se emociona com uma mensagem e relembra a todos que nosso e-mail é [email protected] Obrigado a todos pela audiência!

  • Bloodborne: Cleric Beast

    For promotional use only. (c) & (P) 2015 Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

  • a16z Podcast: The Science and Business of Innovative Medicines

    with Vas Narasimhan (@vasnarasimhan), Jorge Conde (@jorgecondebio), Vijay Pande (@vijaypande), and Sonal Chokshi (@smc90) On average, only 1 out of 20 medicines works when we actually bring them into the human body, and these rates of success haven't moved much in the pharma industry overall in the past 15 years, despite much scientific progress. Because if you really think about it, it's incredible that we find any human medicine that works at all, given that human beings are the product of billions of years of evolution, and represent an incredibly complex system we do not fully understand. Yet the business of the pharma industry -- and Novartis in particular, which covers everything from generics to innovative medicines -- is not that different from other large enterprises when it comes to managing R&D and pipelines of ideas, talent, and sales. So in this conversation, a16z bio general partners Jorge Conde and Vijay Pande with Sonal Chokshi interview Vas Narasimhan, CEO of Novartis. How does the world's largest producer of medicines in terms of volume -- 70. billion. doses. a. year. -- balance the science and the business of innovation? How does an enterprise at such vast scale make decisions about what to build vs. buy, especially given the fast pace of science today? How does it balance attitudes between "not invented here" and "not invented yet"? Narasimhan also takes us through the latest trends in therapeutics, such as cell and gene therapies (like CAR-T for cancer and more); RNA-based modalities; and others -- a sweeping tour from small molecules to large molecules to proteins and other modalities for making medicines. But where does tech come into all this, and where are we, really, on science becoming engineering? Why do both big companies and bio startups now need to get market value signals (not just approvals!) from payers earlier in the process of making therapeutics? And beyond all that, how could clinical trials be reinvented? Finally, what should all scientific (and all technical) leaders know when it comes to leadership? All this and more in this episode of the a16z Podcast, recorded recently on the road while at the J.P.M. health conference in San Francisco.

  • Detroit: Become Human — Connor Main Theme By Nima Fakhrara

    Three themes from Detroit: Become Human, each focusing on one of the title's main characters, and each scored by a different composer. Detroit: Become Human launches May 25, 2018 on PS4.

  • a16z Podcast: What’s Next for Marketplace Startups (Hint: Services)

    The past and future of marketplace startups -- where are we? Ever since eBay popularized an internet meeting place for buyers and sellers of, well, just about everything, we’ve been waiting for 100 other at-scale marketplaces for everything else, including services. So in this hallway-style episode of the a16z Podcast (originally recorded as a video) Li Jin -- co-author with Andrew Chen of this post -- chats with a16z Deal & Research team operating partner about why there aren’t 100 thriving marketplaces for services yet... And what’s changing to make this next wave of marketplace startups super exciting.

  • Detroit: Become Human — Kara Main Theme By Philip Sheppard

    Three themes from Detroit: Become Human, each focusing on one of the title's main characters, and each scored by a different composer. Detroit: Become Human launches May 25, 2018 on PS4.

  • Podquisition Episode 177: We're Now A PUBG Clone

    We mentioned frying pans too many times, now our podcast copied PUBG! Elsewhere, we chat about Extinction, Gav's Warframe experience, and more Pokemon shenanigans. Also, some silliness about a loose-lipped NIS boss!

  • Podquisition 213: A No Deal Christmas

    It's almost Christmas time, so enjoy that. We also talk about Gris, Below, Pokemon battlin' and other stuff. Special thanks to "Ned Reid" for letting us use his wonderful 8 Bit cover of "Messing With The Best"

  • Ashley Johnson and Troy Baker - Wayfaring Stranger Live
    Folk & Singer-Songwriter

    A special musical performance by Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson, recorded live at PlayStation Experience 2017.

  • Transistor - We All Become

    The full version of "We All Become" from the Transistor Original Soundtrack. Get it here:

  • God of War: Ascension - The Marked One

    A track from the official God of War: Ascension soundtrack.

  • Studio 404 #66 / Décembre 2018 : 404 Christmas Special

    HO HO HO ! Vous avez devant vous l'épisode de décembre de Studio 404, habituellement appelé Christmas Special dans les milieux autorisés. Il y aquelques années, nous faisions des émissions chorales avec plein d'acteurs du monde du PIF, le Podcast Indépendant Francophone. En 2017, nous faisions un jeu de rôle dans lequel l'équipe incarnait une équipe talentueuse prête à tout pour réussir dans la Silicon Valley. Cette année, chamboulement TOTAL puisque nous proposons des contes de Noël à la sauce 404. Mais pour garder un peu de l'esprit du PIF d'antan, avant que l'argent ne vienne tout corrompre, nous nous sommes entourés de camarades podcasteurs membres de la Qommunauter pour nous accompagner tout au long de cette émission. Merci donc à Joulaye (La Menstruelle), Samora (Le Mwakast), Fanny (Podcut), Karen et Stéphane (Dans Ton Rade) d'avoir participé et même conté ces histoires avec nous. Merci également à Rémi de Surfrider qui depuis octobre vient désormais certifier l'impact carbone de nos émissions en temps réel. Le Studio 404 et toute l'équipe de Qualiter vous souhaitent une bonne écoute et d'excellentes fêtes de fin d'année et vous donnent rendez-vous en 2019 ! En attendant, et comme d'hab, n'hésitez pas à venir discuter avec nous sur notre forum ! --------- Ecoutez Studio 404 sur Apple Podcasts : Ecoutez Studio 404 sur n'importe quelle app de podcasts : Rejoignez-nous : Sur le twitter de Qualiter : @dequaliter ( Sur le twitter de Studio 404 : @Studio404 ( Vous pouvez également soutenir Qualiter en participant à notre patreon :

  • a16z Podcast: All About Synthetic Biology

    with James J. Collins, Vijay Pande (@vijaypande), and Hanne Tidnam (@omnivorousread) The idea of 'designing biology' -- once science fiction -- has over the last 20 years become just... science. In this episode, a16z bio general partner Vijay Pande with Hanne Tidnam talk all about the field of synthetic biology with James J. Collins, professor of bioengineering at MIT. Collins, whose work in synthetic biology and systems biology pioneered the field, has also launched a number of companies and received numerous awards and honors (including a MacArthur "Genius" Award, an NIH Director's Pioneer Award, and Sanofi-Institut Pasteur Award). This wide-ranging conversation about the birth of synthetic biology covers everything from the founding story of the discipline to what "engineering and designing" biology really looks like in action -- when instead of engineering electrons, you are engineering toggle switches for genes -- to the disciplinary differences (and synergies) between how biologists and engineers see the world. What are the engineering and design principles, techniques, approaches that work best when applied to science? How does building a company in this new space look different, in terms of platforms and products? And how is this new field changing education in science, all the way down to kits that allow you to play with the machinery of a cell... at home... and even in middle school?

  • Reflection - iPhone X Tone
    9to5Mac Happy Hour
  • Podquisition Episode 211: Rise Up

    We live in a society! Let's rise up together for an episode that discusses more Fallout nonsense, The Binding of Isaac card game, and the PlayStation Classic!

  • The Spin-Off Doctors: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

    There was a very brief period of "nerds are cool now" in the late 2000s and early 2010s. We all got over it pretty quickly, but boy did it make for some poorly dated films. Anyway, here's a movie about a bad human being getting everything he wants.

  • Has Wrestling Gone Too Far? - Dude Soup Podcast #208