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Raising the bar: Vagabund gives the BMW R nineT a lift

We’ve always admired custom motorcycle workshops that keep pushing the boundaries. Austria’s Vagabund Moto have been doing good work since day one, but they’ve never rested on their laurels. The founding duo of Paul Brauchart and Philipp Rabl seems to level up on every build, relentlessly experimenting with new designs, materials and processes. Their 15th build pushes the envelope to the breaking point. It’s a 2016-model BMW R nineT with hand-formed metalwork, 3D-printed parts, and bodywork t...
Tags: Facebook, Spain, Austria, Motorcycles, Pirelli, PAUL, Leatherman, CNC, Philipp, Custom Motorcycles, BMW motorcycles, BMW R nineT, Grundmann, Rotobox, Vagabund Moto, Vagabund


Meet the 29 power players of podcasting who are pushing original audio production forward as the industry surges toward $1 billion in ad revenue

Podcasting is on the rise, with the industry expected to generate $863 million in ad revenue this year and more than $1 billion in 2021. As the medium becomes more popular, media companies are increasing their efforts with on-demand audio, while independent studios dedicated exclusively to podcasting are stepping up to bat against audio veterans. Business Insider rounded up a list of the most influential people in the podcast production industry, from well-known hosts and founders to executive...
Tags: Spotify, Hbo, Hollywood, Nbc, La, Boston, New York City, US, America, Trends, Atlanta, House, New York Times, The Times, Argentina, Hobbs


A sober look at kratom, a psychoactive plant that has many claimed benefits, and has also inspired a moral panic

Kratom (previously) is a plant that grows wild in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, and Papua New Guinea, and is a relative of the coffee plant. For centuries, people have chewed or drunk teas brewed from its leaves for a mildly euphoric effect, and recently, the plant has come to the US, prompting many stories of incredible benefits in fighting opioid addiction and treating chronic pain, as well as some non-credible claims about curing cancer or producing morphine-like highs, as well as ...
Tags: Utah, Post, Usa, News, California, Drugs, Oregon, US, America, Regulation, Portland, Addiction, Fda, University of Florida, DEA, Pdx


An assessment of Judge Sri Srinivasan’s rulings (or, “I read all these FERC cases so you don’t have to”) (Updated)

Note: This post has been updated because I located 2 additional published opinions in cases on which Judge Srinivasan sat, one of which bears mentioning.  I also added a discussion of FOIA cases at the end. I have reviewed all of the cases in which Judge Sri Srinivasan has participated that resulted in a published opinion – whether he wrote the opinion or not. There are 119 in total. In this post, I highlight the most important cases, looking for themes in different categories of decisions. Take...
Tags: Featured, Fcc, Supreme Court, Labor, Obama, Life, Nsa, Court, West Virginia, Opec, Iran, Dhs, Aig, Hillary Clinton, United States, Medicare


An assessment of Judge Sri Srinivasan’s rulings (or, “I read all these FERC cases so you don’t have to”)

I have reviewed all of the cases in which Judge Sri Srinivasan has participated that resulted in a published opinion – whether he wrote the opinion or not. There are 117 in total. In this post, I highlight the most important cases, looking for themes in different categories of decisions. Taken as a whole, Srinivasan’s votes and opinions do not reflect any strong ideology. It can be difficult to tell, because panels in the D.C. Circuit are overwhelmingly unanimous; decisions that might be charact...
Tags: Featured, Fcc, Supreme Court, Labor, Obama, Life, Nsa, Court, West Virginia, Opec, Iran, Dhs, Aig, Hillary Clinton, United States, Medicare