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Crucial Podcast

The Matt, Tubes

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The Matt, Tubes, and other guests hash out everyday topics. A casual Podcast featuring open discussions about everything Crucial to daily life. Movies, Games, Fast Food, Healthcare, Politics. Anything can be “Crucial”!
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Crucial Tech

Lou Covey

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Unraveling the technology that affects us all but that few of us understand, in a format to give you a basic understanding in the time it takes to drive to and from the grocery store. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/crucialtech/support
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ER Docs and Crucial Talks

Raj Kalsi & Cullen Kehoe

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Cullen Kehoe and Raj Kalsi are two close friends that just so happen to be ER doctors mutually invested in self-improvement and introspection. They'll touch on various topics during their podcast episodes and will share the pearls of wisdom they learn along the way. Be a fly on the wall for their old fashioned, round table discussions about medical (and non-medical) issues. They want to be a catalyst to unite this country again. There will be twists and turns, so hold on tight. They get into ...
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Crucial Conversations

Llewellan Vance

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Dive into Crucial Conversations, your portal to insights from the trailblazers shaping our world. With Llewellan guiding the discourse, explore not only groundbreaking tech innovations like AI, web 3, and quantum computing but also inspiring life stories and transformative thought leadership. Engage with industry pioneers, visionary thinkers, and unsung heroes as they share both their cutting-edge inventions and the journeys that molded them. Experience firsthand demonstrations of innovative ...
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Crucial 42

crucial 42

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This podcast channel is about sports and maybe now and than some other stuff. You will just have to see in the future. So tune in to the best sports podcast and find out. Cover art photo provided by Sean Pierce on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@prevailz
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Clarity is Crucial

Clarity is Crucial with Vanessa Velez

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Ready to be the woman your purpose needs? Listen in to the Clarity is Crucial podcast with Vanessa Velez - your favorite 4th-generation intuitive with a Fortune 500 background and Indigenous roots.
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Trivially Crucial

Trivially Crucial

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A show about the importance of stories in all mediums, how they're constructed, how they're told, and how they enhance our lives. We love and care about books, movies, comics, games, television, and any other medium through which stories can be told. We're willing to dissect the stories we love and laud the stories we don't. Because stories matter.
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Mental Health/PsychoeducationThe purpose of this podcast is to bring about self-awareness as it relates to your thinking patterns, feelings, communication style, ability to regulate your emotions, and respond to difficult situations. These crucial conversations are designed to empower and encourage you to enhance your self-knowledge, self-discipline, self-consciousness and empathy for others.
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Cyber Protection Magazine gets a lot of marketing materials described as studies, surveys, and reports. The flow of those documents increases as major trade shows approach. For example, in the two months leading up to the RSA Conference, we received 56 before we stopped counting. More have come in since but it is now a trickle. We read each one. Lu…
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Obstetric ambient, sullen atmospheres, episodic engulfment. The classical ambient composer discusses three important albums. Adam's picks: Environments (Irv Teibel) – Environments 2 Talk Talk – Spirit Of Eden Main – Hz Adam's new album, Eleven Fugues For Sodium Pentothal, is out now on Kranky. Check it out on his Bandcamp. Adam's website is here. D…
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The Matt and Tubes go hard all night to understand "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?" This is one of Tubes favorite movies! Which might tell you something about Tubes. The guys endure over two hours of truth and illusion as "Martha" and "George" play mind games involving "The Husband" and "The Mouse". Will they snap! Will they understand this? Or wi…
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"I have enough." Welcome back! Thanks to our ongoing subscribers and listeners. If you're here for the first time and like what you're hearing, consider checking out our previous episodes and leaving positive feedback. Your positive feedback helps us grow the podcast. Tonight we discuss the concept of "I have enough." We garnered the discussion fro…
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A few people know that I am something of a political junkie. I did some presidential campaigning in high school, then I got into journalism and covered national politics during Watergate. I'm less focused on it now but anyone can drag me into a conversation about it A few weeks ago I got a call from the press secretary for Madison Horn, who is runn…
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The RSA Conference was a firehose of information, some of it good, some of it absolutely false, but always a good way to get perspective on the industry. I met with Rohit Ghai, CEO of RSA to get his particular take and he did not disappoint. More to come next week on Cyber Protection Magazine. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify…
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Train breakdown Feldman epiphanies, radical flatness in the primeval forest, the Gary Numan barracks theft. The New York-based composer discusses three important albums. Kenneth's picks: Gary Numan – The Pleasure Principle Morton Feldman (Kronos Quartet with Aki Takahashi) – Piano And String Quartet Glenn Gould – Bach: The Goldberg Variations (1955…
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Had a disappointing two weeks trying to cobble together an interview for this week, and had no luck for a variety of reasons. Plenty of content, just little worth reporting. But as I head off to the #RSAC in San Francisco this week, I thought I'd give a history lesson about the relationship of public relations, the press, and technology companies, …
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Aggressive pianos, bursting arpeggios, music for the cool kids. The Australian composer and producer discusses three important albums. Madeleine's picks: Philip Glass – Glassworks Dirty Three – Whatever You Love, You Are Tim Hecker – Virgins Madeleine's new album, Bodies, is out now on Room40. Check it out on her Bandcamp. Her website is here and s…
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Last week, Google started removing California-based news sites from search results in retaliation for the legislature advancing the California Journalism Protection Act. The act requires Google to pay the sites when they provide links to news coverage that people are searching for. (See article in Cyber Protection Magazine) Google has tried to stro…
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Have you ever witnessed the transformation of a 'bulldozer' leader into a beacon of empathy and understanding? Join us as we journey through the layers of impactful leadership with our guest, Grant 'Upbeat' Bosnick, sharing personal stories from the trenches of team management to the heights of conscious leadership. We'll unpack the balance between…
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Black metal for midwest drives, post-apocalyptic collage, ragas for John. The Manchester, UK-based ambient folk artist discusses three important albums. Ethan's picks: Wolves In The Throne Room – Two Hunters Godspeed You! Black Emperor – F# A# ∞ Pelt – Ayahuasca The new Black Brunswicker EP, A Moment Of Clarity, is out April 26th on Nettwerk. You c…
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We are neck-deep in politics here in the US, but did you know that by the end of this year, two-thirds of the planet will be making some sort of political decision about their country? That means election interference will be at a historical high. We will have a larger story on this next week in Cyber Protection Magazine but today we talk with Crys…
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Embark on a captivating journey with finance expert Kenneth Bok, tracing his transition from Goldman Sachs to fervent Bitcoin advocate. Dive into the intricacies of algorithmic trading, ethics in finance, and the allure of Bitcoin amid DeFi's volatility. Explore Ethereum's proof systems, the debate between proof of stake and proof of work, and Bitc…
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Have you ever witnessed an artist wield the tenacity of a CEO while orchestrating their creative vision? Our insightful guest, Churen, invites us into a world where brushes meet business acumen, unraveling the complex tapestry of being an entrepreneur in the realm of art. As we navigate the hurdles and triumphs of personal branding and the multifac…
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We have written several articles at Cyber Protection Magazine under the title of Defense Against the AI arts and this interview today falls into that category. The company’s name is Enkrypt and the CEO is a nice guy named Sahil Agarwal. What the company does, among other things is it provides a red-team service for companies integrating a new AI, e…
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Cathartic tragedies, dog-eating opera, guitar improviser spirit animals. The vocalist, lyricist and composer from 9T Antiope discusses three important albums. Sara and Nima's picks: Scott Walker & Sunn O))) – Soused Ben Frost – The Wasp Factory Sidsel Endresen & Stian Westerhus – Bonita The new 9T Antiope album, Horror Vacui, is out 12th April on A…
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Meet Tony, a tech solutions consultant based in SEA with three decades of experience. Discover how he safeguards his colonies and ensures product purity using cutting-edge technologies. Tony inspires teenagers through his 'Teenagers In Free Enterprise' initiative, offering practical business experiences to the next generation. Next, dive into the T…
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A very, special episode providing some perspective, without offering an opinion on the legislation, about the TikTok controversy, The debate over the appropriateness of the Congressional action against TikTok can be debated for a long time and probably will until the Senate takes action—which could be weeks. What is less debatable is TikTok’s, and …
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Ever wondered how tech giants like Dropbox and LogMeIn skyrocketed to industry dominance? Look no further, as the mastermind behind their growth strategies, the acclaimed author of "Hacking Growth," - Sean Ellis, joined us to unpack the secrets of explosive startup success. From the art of nailing product-market fit to the finesse required in execu…
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Voice drips like milk, rays of soprano sunlight, filthy metal bass face. Producer, vocalist and DJ Felicia Chen discusses three important albums. Felicia's picks: Arvo Pärt – Te Deum Portishead – Dummy Goth-Trad – Psionics The collaborative record between Dis Fig and The Body is out now via Thrill Jockey. Check it out here. Dis Fig is on Instagram …
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With the exception of people in insurance, nobody like to talk about insurance. That's why, three years ago, few people felt sorry for the insurance industry as it reeled from claims due to multiple natural disasters, rising costs of automobile repairs and, more specifically, data breaches. Last year, however, was a banner year for cyber insurance …
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The Matt and Tubes go into counseling to find out if "Good Will Hunting" is Crucial. We have a talk about sperm donors, adoption, and what we would do with Will Hunting's talents. We also discuss what works about the construction of "Good Will Hunting" and why studio notes can be a good thing. Sorry this write up is short. I gotta see about a girl.…
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Driving in fury, letting the endings be real, slow and lonely. The free improvisation percussionist discusses three important albums. Mark's picks: Don Cherry, Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, Ed Blackwell – Old And New Dreams (1979) Evan Parker – Monoceros Rebecca Saunders – Fury II As always, Mark has a bunch of upcoming live dates. These include Eva…
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It has been a bad month for cybercrime. Yes, attacks are on the way up. Yes, they are still extorting money and causing infrastructure chaos. But there is a massive, shadow-busting spotlight on them right where they live and defense technology is advanced enough that they are hearing footfalls of law enforcement behind them. Recently a faked call f…
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Embark on an exceptional exploration of financial leadership and sustainability with a visionary in green economy thought leadership. At just 23, they were at the helm of a multimillion-dollar venture, swiftly grasping the gravity of fiscal sustainability and the tangible application of economic theory. Our conversation takes you through an odyssey…
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Biometric multi-factor authentication is all the rage in security. And yet it is also the cause of terror for security-minded folk. For every breakthrough we get a news story about how it has caused harm. Some systems can’t identify people of color as well as it can caucasian people, which has been a problem of photographic technology for decades. …
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Caught by howling, three people at the 2pm concert, vivid colour changes. The Berlin-based singer and artist discusses three important albums. Rosa's picks: Julia Shortreed – Violet Sun Low – Double Negative Tear Garden – To Be An Angel Blind, The Cripple Soul Divide Rosa's new album Interior is out 23rd February on KLANGBAD. Check out her music on…
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Generally speaking, 70-90 percent of digital breaches in the world result from human error; someone just not taking proper precautions like not clicking on a link in an email from someone you don't know. But in the healthcare industry, human error is the least of their problems. A whopping 84 percent of breaches are the result of vulnerabilities in…
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Embark on an enlightening journey through the dynamic realm of digital currencies with our economist guest, Dr. Jonas, who's just returned from a Central Bank workshop in Bali and a FinTech conference in Singapore. The unique blend of experiences and deep knowledge of monetary policy and digital currencies shapes our episodes into a treasure trove …
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Embark on a visionary journey into the future of leadership and innovation with our guest, Jan Henrik Bartscht, the dynamic force steering Leadapreneur's innovation powerhouse. Hailing from both the UK and Germany, Jan is not your typical CEO; he's a futurist, disruptor, and visionary committed to reshaping 21st-century leadership. In this episode,…
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Post-apocalyptic industrial environments, pseudo-music, twisted proto-typicalities. The sound artist and experimental musician discusses three important albums. Francisco's picks: David Lynch + Alan Splet – Eraserhead (OST) Mnemonists – Horde Meshuggah – Chaosphere Francisco's work is available on Bandcamp, including the recent Conveyor Belts [USA]…
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Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI has infamously said the goal of AI companies is to build AI without concern for application or safety. The safety stuff can be figured out later, he thinks. Luckily there are multiple industries popping up to take care of the application and safety issues concurrently with AI development. Companies like Centific are prt of…
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Every year, Wired Magazine publishes an article naming the most dangerous people on the internet and, quite frankly, who gets chosen is fairly obvious, but not altogether accurate. At least that is what we think at Cyber Protection Magazine. So this year, we took our shot at naming the most dangerous people. Give a listen and tell us what you think…
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The dirt aesthetic, non-relinquishable frequencies, opening up that filter. The London-based sound artist and "mutant dancehall" practitioner discusses three important albums. Aniruddha's picks: Miles Davies – Dark Magus Robert Hood – Minimal Nation Hallucinator – Landlocked Check out Dhangsha's music on Bandcamp here. His Hard Return EP "Aberrant"…
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Harri Hursti is an internationally recognized expert on election security and was a focal point in two HBO specials on the subject: Hacking Democracy (2006) and Kill Chain: The Cyber Wars Against America's Elections. So when we decided to do a special issue on election security at Cyber Protection Magazine this year, getting an interview with him w…
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Slowing everything down, emotionally devastating lines, the snare on Faucet. The Portland-based producer discusses three important albums. hyacinth.'s picks: DJ Screw – Bigtyme Vol II All Screwed Up Earl Sweatshirt – I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside MIKE – War In My Pen Check out hyacinth.'s music over on the peradam tapes. label. They're on T…
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The Matt and Tubes stop to change their Talkboy batteries to find out if "Home Alone 2" is Crucial. Kevin gets seperated from the Mccallister clan again, this time ending up in New York for christmas. We talk about the city, the landmarks, the cast, and we compare it to the original to see how it holds up. The episode schedule is gonna be changing …
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Hello and welcome. Tonight Cullen and Raj discuss an introspective youtube video by Bishop Robert Barron. Whether you're religious, spiritual, agnostic, atheistic or any shade in between, you'll likely enjoy this discussion. They'll go into how we can perceive the unimportant temptations in our lives with wisdom and make a determination how to put …
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Mellow ingenuity, drowned in reverb, London at its most gloomy and miserable. London-based multidisciplinary artist Sam Ashton discusses three important albums. Sam's picks: Explosions In The Sky – The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place Grouper – Dragging A Dead Deer Up A Hill Burial – S/T You can check out Sam's music over at the Fortresses Bandcamp o…
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In a world awash in AI-generated, intentional misinformation and urban myths, would you bet your job on the reliability of the information you want to share? You might be betting someone's life on it.Disinformation (intentional misinformation) has become a major support for both sides of all conflicts in the world. Once called propaganda, technolog…
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Weird symphony, no crazy vibrato, Terry Riley on the discman. The violist and composer discusses three important albums. Jessica's picks: Beethoven - André Cluytens, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra – Symphony No. 9 John Cage, Arditti String Quartet – String Quartet In Four Parts Terry Riley – You're Nogood Jessica's new album Clamor is out now via Ou…
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Two years ago we interviewed Jen Caltrider, head of Mozilla foundation's Privacy Not Included group and got an earful about how bad Meta's privacy was in its products. This year we caught up to Jen and she said they are still bad, but in two years they've been surpassed by Amazon and Google. Before you head out to buy those IoT gifts for Christmas,…
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Ever wondered how Singapore, a small yet mighty nation, has become a beacon of progress and functionality? Buckle up as we take you on a journey through this impressive success story, guided by our guest Kaijie NG, a former leader in Singapore with an intriguing career path that spans both public sector and startup scenes. We discuss the country's …
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Picture yourself embarking on a journey to the heart of sustainability with our fascinating guest, Simon, the founder of Handprint. Simon's odyssey from the heartland of Belgium to a lecturing post at Singapore Management University has gifted him a deep understanding of the environment, economic structures, and the role businesses can play in knit…
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What makes an ordinary man extraordinary? How does an athlete with unyielding tenacity turn an unthinkable diagnosis into a beacon of hope? Join us on this inspiring journey through the life and legacy of Terry Fox, a man whose spirit continues to impact the world. Listen to intimate family stories shared by Terry's brother, Darrell Fox, and learn …
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High-altitude Bryars, trash on the walls, desperate shamans. The Los Angeles-based multidisciplinary artist discusses three important albums. Dorian's picks: Gavin Bryars – The Sinking Of The Titanic / Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet Nearly God – S/T George Michael – Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 Dorian's new album, Excesiva, is out now on Drago…
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Synthedia, a data research company focused on generative AI and synthetic media markets, dropped a study recently on awareness of deep fake and voice cloning technology that raised some interesting numbers. We are doing a deeper dive on the subject at Cyber Protection Magazine next week, but we sat down with Vijay Subramaniyan, the CEO of PinDrop, …
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Emotional rollercoasters, impossible Neo Tokyo, perfect snares. The London-based Swedish producer/sound designer discusses three important albums. Julia's picks: Esbjörn Svensson Trio – Leucocyte Akira Yamaoka – Silent Hill 2 OST Pinecone Moonshine (label) – [PCMS 2020​.​1] Vector Space The new aircode album, titled Surface Tension, is out now via …
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The bulk of this episode is about the importance of updating your software no matter how painful it is, and we learn some valuable information about the FREE services of Trackd from its CEO Mike Starr that will help you do that with minimum fuss. But the REAL reason I did this interview is that in their pitch to me and in Mike's interview, they use…
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