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Startups Weekly: A new era for consumer tech

TechCrunch is out hunting for bright spots in the startup world as we all come to grips with the pandemic — particularly where checks are actually being written despite everything. D2C is back to the future First up this week, we surveyed top direct-to-consumer investors, and they seemed pretty optimistic despite the struggles of some sector leaders. Here’s Lightspeed Venture Partners Nicole Quinn, for example, on investor activity versus current opportunity: I would argue it is too weak as in...
Tags: TC, Instagram, Microsoft, Tech, Alexis Ohanian, Casper, Cac, Alex, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Gitlab, Sxsw, Josh, Google Facebook, Google Amazon, Josh Constine, Connie Loizos


‘Amazing Stories’ Showrunners Explain the Approach to Their Apple TV+ Reboot [Interview]

Apple has resurrected Steven Spielberg’s anthology series Amazing Stories as part of its Apple TV+ streaming service, the first of their shows to be a revival of a pre-existing show. The original series ran from 1985 through 1987 on NBC. Apple’s first season consists of five hour-long stories.  The first episode of the new series stars Dylan O’Brien as a modern man who travels back in time through the basement of a house he’s restoring. Episode two tells the afterlife tale of a runner (Hai...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Interviews, Disney, Features, Spielberg, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Joe, Steven, Josh, Elliot, Luke, Dylan, Adam


The Bravery of Jon Boorman

Josh here – Our friend Jon Boorman is one of the bravest, kindest and most thoughtful people we know. We wanted to pay tribute to him and tell his story. ...The post The Bravery of Jon Boorman appeared first on The Reformed Broker.
Tags: Finance, Josh, Career/Lifestyle Advice, Jon Boorman


Day 2 of 21daysOfLockdown

Today is Day 2 of the lockdown. And like yesterday, I cooked for myself (once, made a large pot, to be eaten multiple times during the day), did the bartans, did some safai and then after all that tried to get some work done. And no, I did not get a lot of work done. This is probably the first time I am doing all these chores by myself and no, these are not fun. These are not for me. Of course all the respect to people that manage all these AND other things alongside. I cant. Not even to save my...
Tags: Travel, Josh, COVID-19, 21daysOfLockdown


Phinsider Radio: The latest on free agency and how it affects the Dolphins QB situation

Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images The Jake and Josh show is back! As we push through the most crucial offseason in Miami Dolphins' history Jake Mendel (@JMendel94), and I (@Houtz) will bring you the latest Dolphins news and
Tags: News, Dolphins, Miami Dolphins, Josh, Jake, Jake Mendel, Chris Graythen Getty


The Economic Stimulus Bill Explained

Subscribe here! Josh here – I asked my firm’s CFO Bill Sweet to weigh in on what looks like an agreed upon economic rescue bill from Congress. Who does it help? How does it help them? What are the most important parts of it? When will we see the money begin to work its way into the economy? Click here to learn more about Bill Sweet, who is a financial planner and tax expert serving clients of Ritholtz Wealth:...The post The Economic Stimulus Bill Explained appeared first on The Reformed Broker. ...
Tags: Politics, Congress, Finance, Josh, Bill Sweet, Ritholtz


Walmart Was Almost Charged Criminally Over Opioids. Trump Appointees Killed the Indictment.

ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. On a Tuesday just before Halloween in 2018, a group of federal prosecutors and agents from Texas arrived in Washington. For almost two years, they’d been investigating the opioid dispensing practices of Walmart, the largest company in the world. They had amassed what they viewed as highly damning evidence only to face a major obstacle: top Trump ap...
Tags: Florida, Texas, News, Mac, Obama, California, Washington, Mexico, Kentucky, White House, US, America, Barack Obama, Brand, Walmart, Diamond


Living In Fear Of The Rona

By now a significant number of us have experienced the self-imposed hardship and uncertainty of being sick but unsure if it’s the rona. TPM Reader DS writes in from Seattle: Hi Josh. I was just reading your piece about testing, and thought to contribute a personal anecdote about what widespread testing would mean for people and families with relatively mild cases. We are a family of four in Seattle, Washington, with 10- and 6-year-old boys. A week ago on March 17, my wife came down with a c...
Tags: England, News, Washington, Seattle, Josh, David Kurtz, Seattle Washington, Rona, Editors' Blog


‘Deadliest Catch’ Spinoff ‘Bloodline’ Set for April Launch on Discovery (EXCLUSIVE)

Discovery Channel is preparing to launch “Deadliest Catch: Bloodline,” a spinoff of the network’s hit unscripted series “Deadliest Catch.” “Bloodline” follows Josh Harris, the son of legendary Bering Sea captain Phil Harris. Josh, along with his business partner Casey McManus, discover a trove of Hawaiian fishing charts scribbled with Captain Phil’s handwriting. Josh takes the […]
Tags: News, Discovery, Josh, Phil, Josh Harris, Bering Sea, Deadliest Catch, Casey McManus, Phil Harris Josh


Wheelgun Wednesday: Making A Revolver In The Comfort Of Your Home

Most wheelgun enthusiasts typically settle on buying revolvers made by manufacturers that have been in the business for years, decades, or even from the last couple of centuries.  However, one Redditor named Josh decided to try making a revolver for himself for a change.  Homemade revolvers aren’t that common, but they are probably most observed […] Read More … The post Wheelgun Wednesday: Making A Revolver In The Comfort Of Your Home appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Josh, Redditor


A Youth Backlash?

I wrestled with whether or not to publish this note from TPM Reader CJ for reasons that will likely be obvious. I decided to because I think the note shows beliefs, feelings, lived experiences rumbling under the surface of our society. They are good to hear even if we disagree with them or are offended or even angered by them. Let me say first of all that I think there’s some factual issue over the danger that COVID-19 poses to young people – and here let’s define ‘young’ as people between 25...
Tags: News, California, Josh Marshall, Josh, TPM, Editors' Blog


In It For The Long Haul

As folks struggle to get their heads around how long the fight to “flatten the curve” might have to last to be truly effective, Josh Kovensky has a new story out framing up how to think about an essential paradox of the fight against COVID-19. All else being equal, a successful mitigation strategy will tend to require sustaining extreme measures for longer than if we simply endure a short, fast, and brutal blitz of cases that overwhelm the health care system. As Josh puts it, it’s the difference...
Tags: News, China, Josh, David Kurtz, Josh Kovensky, Editors' Blog


'Please only serious responses': Jared Kushner reportedly looked to a Facebook group to crowdsource ideas to stop coronavirus

A doctor reportedly posted in a Facebook group for physicians, asking for ideas on how to stop coronavirus and adding, "I have direct channel to person now in charge at White House." The post was made by Kurt Kloss on behalf of his son-in-law's brother, Jared Kushner, according to POLITICO. President Donald Trump has assigned Kushner a leading role in developing the White House's response to the COVID-19 outbreak. After gathering responses in the Facebook group, Kloss reportedly posted that "J...
Tags: Facebook, White House, Politico, US, Trends, Beverly Hills, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump, Jared, Trump, Josh, Kushner, Kloss, Jared Kushner, COVID, Kurt Kloss


Britt & Josh’s Classic Garden Wedding At Spicers Clovelly Estate

Britt & Josh There is a sense of beauty, of timeless style when it comes to a classic wedding. And for Britt and Josh, they chose the most stunning venue, Spicers Clovelly Estate, a garden home in the mountains, that allowed all their wedding dreams to come to life. “We wanted a classic, garden-style wedding” explains Britt. “We chose the venue because of the beautiful European style and the gorgeous Jacaranda tree we were to be married under. Continue reading Britt & Josh’s Classic Garden Weddi...
Tags: Wedding, Josh, Bride, Britt, Spicers Clovelly Estate, Inspired Weddings, Australia - Queensland, Britt Josh There, Britt Josh


‘The Magicians’ Takes a Bittersweet Stroll Toward the Series Finale With “Purgatory”

These last few episodes of this season’s The Magicians have taken on a bittersweet tinge after the news that Syfy hasn’t picked up the show for a sixth season. After last night’s episode, ironically called “Purgatory,” there are only two episodes left before what we now know will be the series finale on April 1. On the bright side, we can savor what we have left (including a musical episode that co-creator Sera Gamble has called the craziest one yet ), and be thankful that the show’s five...
Tags: Television, Movies, NYC, Syfy, The Magicians, Features, Dr Strange, Alice, Penny, Josh, Julia, Margo, Eli, Quentin, Eliot, Sera Gamble


Q&A With Rising Baltimore Based Hip Hop Artist KennyOffTh3Henny

For all the readers who don’t know, is KennyOffTh3Henny your real name or your artist name? Kenny’s my actual nickname. The Off The Henny part (stylized as OffTh3Henny) was added since it had a better ring to it than my true full name. How long have you been making music? Any specific influences? I’ve been playing guitar since I was 8 and started recording some of my rock music covers and originals when I was 13. I made my first full-length rock album as a senior project in high school, but onc...
Tags: Spotify, Hip Hop, Eminem, Jazz, Baltimore, Josh, Benny, Kenny, Henny, Q&A Interviews, KennyOffTh3Henny, Nas AZ, Calvin Coolidge Dude, Ric Ward, Phil Michael, McDaniel Ric Ward


Steal This Look: A Remodelista’s Minimalist Galley Kitchen in Brooklyn Heights

When my husband, Josh, and I moved to Brooklyn Heights a couple of years ago, we were lucky enough to find a parlor floor flat that hadn’t been updated for a couple of decades, so it was a blank slate. The kitchen in particular needed work, so we called on our friend Malachi Connolly, a New York/Cape Cod-based architect, preservationist, and longtime board member of the Cape Cod Modern House Trust to oversee the renovation. Here’s how to get the look: Photography by Matthew Williams, with stylin...
Tags: Home Depot, Books, UK, London, Matthew Williams, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn, White, Bosch, Wolf, Josh, West Village, Brooklyn Heights, Watt, Rod


We investigated the sexual misconduct of Sherry Pie. What we found was a decade of lies & video.

Following allegations and of fraud and sexual misconduct against RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Sherry Pie—real name Joey Gugliemelli, 27—as well as his apparent admission of guilt and subsequent disqualification from the reality show competition, questions remain as to how long and how widespread Gugliemelli’s con game reached. Queerty launched its own investigation after initial allegations were made by actor Ben Shimkus that Gugliemelli had posed as a casting agent in order to trick the actor...
Tags: Facebook, Feature, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, Entertainment, Australia, New York City, Tim Burton, Disney, Lifestyle, United States, Chelsea, New Hampshire, Harvey Weinstein


For Better or Worse: a Lesson in Inspiration

A couple years ago, on my twentieth wedding anniversary, I tried to keep breathing. I inherited my mother’s brown eyes, my father’s broad, flat feet, and from both of them, poor lungs. Asthma.   I gather my lips around my inhaler, like a scuba diver on dry land, inhaling two puffs of albuterol while I hold in the medicine that makes my world expand again. I hold my breath to breathe again. I am a woman who has learned to pay attention to inspiration, breathing in as deeply as possible to sta...
Tags: Oregon, Inspiration, Josh


A Look Back at the Anaheim Ducks’ 2011 Draft

With 14 games remaining in the regular season, the Anaheim Ducks aren’t mathematically eliminated from playoff contention, but it’s safe to say the season is over. They currently sit 27th in the NHL, and after drafting ninth overall last June, they are primed for another top-10 pick on June 26 in Montreal. Related: 2008 NHL Draft – 5 Forgotten Picks Until recently, the Ducks had to do most of their damage late in the first round and beyond. In fact, they’ve only had three top 10 picks in ...
Tags: Florida, Toronto, Sport, United States, Nashville, Ncaa, Philadelphia, John, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Columbus, Ducks, Vegas, Anaheim Ducks


Ducks’ Hampus Lindholm not returning any time soon

IRVINE — Hampus Lindholm crashed-landed so heavily into the boards during the Ducks’ Feb. 25 game at Honda Center that he looked like one of those crash-test dummies tumbling out of control. The defenseman had been battling for a loose puck with Leon Draisaitl of the Edmonton Oilers before falling awkwardly. His back, shoulder and head took the brunt of his second-period spill. Lindholm sat out for the fifth consecutive game Friday against the Toronto Maple Leafs because of multiple upper-body i...
Tags: Minnesota, California, Washington, Sports, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Blues, NHL, St Louis, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Miller, Murray, Josh, Cam


Ice Pick: A 1973 Penton ready for the snow

Mention of a themed custom motorcycle conjures visions of bad reality TV choppers, and sends us into convulsions. But this scrambler is a theme bike with a big difference: It’s so tastefully executed, we didn’t realize there was a theme. Until builder Chris Tope revealed the story behind it. Chris was asked by motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter to build a bike for his ‘What’s the Skinny’ exhibition at the Sturgis rally. Chris already had a suitable and very skinny donor to hand—a beat-up...
Tags: US, Motorcycles, Ohio, Jack, Scrambler, Chris, Josh, Buchanan, Dallas Texas, CNC, KTM, Penton, Mark Atkinson, Sturgis, Custom Motorcycles, Ceriani


‘The Magicians’ Delivers an Episode for Longtime Fans With “Cello Squirrel Daffodil”

There’s a lot of Chatwin action in this week’s episode of The Magicians, “Cello Squirrel Daffodil,” and not the usual appreciated cameo we usually get each season from the time-turning hedge witch, Jane Chatwin. One newly introduced Chatwin we spend time with is Plum Chatwin, Penny23’s traveler student who reappears in Brakebills three weeks after she first disappeared trying to find the source of the mysterious signal she keeps hearing. Plum’s time away from Brakebills is a blur—all she rem...
Tags: Television, Movies, The Magicians, Features, Alice, Penny, Plum, Josh, Julia, Margo, Jane, Lance, Rupert, Quentin, SEB, Eliot


Remote Forever?

I think TPM Reader RR might really be on to something that could be a big thing in the years to come … Josh, a quick comment on your post “An Eerie Silence,” which I think captures a huge issue. I work in Asia, for one of those giant multinationals. A really significant part of my job is business travel in the region and to and from the home office in the US. Given my location, I’ve been affected by the travel restrictions for quite some time, as well as the work-from-home moves and event cancel...
Tags: Asia, News, China, US, Trumpism, Josh Marshall, Josh, Editors' Blog


Coronavirus to cost Australia's GDP 'at least' 0.5% as stimulus package planned – politics live

Treasury secretary details outbreak’s impact on Australian economy as the Coalition is planning immediate measures. All the day’s events, live 11.23pm GMT Jim Chalmers spoke to Fran Kelly on ABC RN radio this morning, and said Labor would work to support the government on its stimulus package:Let’s see what they announce and then we’ll respond to it. We all want the economy to grow because when the economy grows it creates jobs and opportunities for people in our communities. That’s the over...
Tags: Health, Labor, Australia, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Treasury, Scott Morrison, Australian economy, Anthony Albanese, Josh, Josh Frydenberg, Jim Chalmers, Fran Kelly, Coronavirus outbreak, ABC RN radio


‘Preparation, not panic,’ LA’s city leaders declare, on coronavirus

People wear protective masks as they wait for their loved ones to arrive at Tom Bradley International Airport on Monday, March 2, 2020.(Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) By ERIC HEINZ, City News Service The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday, March 4, discussed methods to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, after Mayor Eric Garcetti and county officials declared a state of emergency. “The step we’re taking today is about preparation, not panic,” Garcetti ...
Tags: Health, Japan, News, California, Cdc, La, China, Los Angeles, Sport, Taiwan, Soccer, United States, Port Of Los Angeles, Healthcare, Davis, Long Beach


Five Years After a Nasty Crash, a Symbolic Layup for Josh Speidel

Speidel lost his dream of playing basketball for the University of Vermont. But after years of work, he notched a layup for the team that stuck with him.
Tags: News, University Of Vermont, Josh, Speidel, Josh Speidel, Basketball (College, Traffic Accidents and Safety


NHL Rumors: Canadiens, Oilers, Offside Rule, Coronavirus, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is buzz the Montreal Canadiens may look at moving Jonathan Drouin before next season, the Edmonton Oilers are getting James Neal back in the lineup but who comes out, and there is some news that the Coronavirus has the NHL working on contingency plans. Finally, what did the GM’s decided to do about the offside rule in the NHL after voting not to touch the EBUG protocols? NHL Exploring Options with Coronavirus Outbreak , the NHL is “starting to explore...
Tags: Florida, Colorado, China, Sport, United States, Gm, Dallas, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Calgary Flames, Chicago Blackhawks, Anderson, New Jersey Devils, Montreal Canadiens


We Might Need a Retest

Be sure to subscribe to our channel so you never miss an update On today’s episode of What Are Your Thoughts, Michael Batnick and Josh Brown get into all the hottest topics in investing and finance. * Josh’s apology for rooting for corrections * Has the market bottomed or do we need a retest of the low? * Would rather know about a market bottom or a market top in advance? * Josh is reading about viruses and o...The post We Might Need a Retest appeared first on The Reformed Broker.
Tags: Finance, Uncategorized, Josh, Josh Brown, Michael Batnick


Inside the World’s Largest Bitcoin Fund

Be sure to subscribe to our channel so you never miss an update Michael Sonnenshein, Managing Director of Grayscale Investments, stopped by The Compound to discuss bitcoin with Josh and Michael. Grayscale runs the largest bitcoin fund in the world, with nearly $3 billion in AUM. What does the future of bitcoin look like? Let us know your thoughts in the comments! For more on Grayscale go here.   Follow us on Twitter...The post Inside the World’s Largest Bitcoin Fund appeared first on The Reforme...
Tags: Finance, Josh, Grayscale Investments, Crypto/Gold, Michael Sonnenshein, Michael Grayscale