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Alex Castillo

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Alex Castillo – Live at Slinky 21 – 060322

JAM On It Podcast

This is the live dj set from Alex Castillo at Slinky 21: Slinky Family Gathering. Slinky 21 took place on the weekend of June 3-5, 2022 in the Sequoia National Forest of California. Please enjoy this set, share it, download it and dance to it. This podcast mix is also posted at the links below:Our Website: http://www.jamonitproductions.com Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/jamonitproductions Hearthis.at: https://hearthis.at/jamonit Google Podcast: Google PodcastApple Podcast: Itunes PodcastOur Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/jamonitproductions

1hr 32mins

20 Jun 2022

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Alex Castillo - Live at Slinky 21- 060322

JAM On It Podcast

This is the live dj set from Alex Castillo at Slinky 21: Slinky Family Gathering. Slinky 21 took place on the weekend of June 3-5, 2022 in the Sequoia National Forest of California. Please enjoy this set, share it, download it and dance to it. Our Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/jamonitproductions Our Website: http://www.jamonitproductions.com Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/jamonitproductions Hearthis.at: https://hearthis.at/jamonit Google Podcast: Click HereApple Podcast: Click Here

1hr 32mins

20 Jun 2022

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Brain Computer Programming & Neurosity - Alex Castillo | Podcast #45

The Engineered-Mind Podcast | Engineering, AI & Technology

Alex Castillo was a Software Engineer at Netflix and left to pursue his dream to build Neurosity. He is very passionate about the human brain and how we can use technology to understand it better. Alex has contributed to the open source community and focuses on Angular, React and NeuroTech. In his spare time, he likes experimenting with guitars and IoT. Neurosity is reimagining brain-computer interfaces and neuro-powered applications. ————————————————————————————— 🧠 Free Science Community: community.sci-circle.com 👉 Science Academy: academy.jousefmurad.com 📥 Weekly free science insights newsletter: jousef.substack.com 🐤 Follow me on Twitter: @jousefm2 📷 Follow me on Instagram: @jousefmrd Feel free to support the podcast on Patreon: patreon.com/theengiineer


8 May 2021

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E29: Conociendo a Alex Castillo

Hablando con las Orejas

Puntos de vista diferentes, tanto de fanático como de Cast Member, hoy Alex Castillo nos hablará acerca de su experiencia trabajando en los parques de Walt Disney World, en un programa que realizó durante la universidad, donde nos relata algunos secretos y unas perspectivas que tal vez no habíamos pensado. Acompáñanos en esta dinámica y compártenos tu opinión.


23 Apr 2021

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Training Your Brain & Exploring BCI with Alex Castillo & AJ Keller of Neurosity

Future of the Metaverse

Training Your Brain & Exploring BCI with Alex Castillo & AJ Keller of Neurosity In this episode of Future Insiders, Cathy dives into training your brain for improved productivity. Her guests Alex Castillo & AJ Keller the co-founders of Neurosity. Neurosity Train your mind and free your code. The productivity trainer for your brain. Notion knows when you are in the zone and keeps you there. Our app finds the music that hacks your coding mood. Notion connects to your streaming service and selects the music that syncs with your brain and boosts your productivity. Fewer distractions. Better code. Notion automatically mutes your notifications when you reach your peak brain performance. Connect with Neurosity: Website Company LinkedIn Twitter FEATURED GUESTS: Alex Castillo Building neural devices and neural apps to use our thoughts to interact with technology. Connect with Alex: LinkedIn AJ Keller Co-Founder & CEO at Neurosity Connect with AJ: LinkedIn


22 Feb 2021

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17 | Vive y Deja Vivir | Alex Castillo


¡Qué tal amigos!, bienvenidos a Canciones Para Vivir, el podcast en donde todos los lunes estaré entrevistando a personas que aman y viven la música Mi invitado del día de hoy es Alex Castillo, cantautor queretano y sin duda una persona que vive la música como nadie. Alex, como ya les dije, es un cantautor queretano, desde los 15 años decidió que quería dedicarse a la música y hoy se dedica completamente a ello. En este episodio platicamos sobre: Sus inicios en la música. Influencias y motivaciones. Su proceso de decisión para dedicarse a algo tan estigmatizado como es el arte. Anécdotas que ha vivido gracias a la música. Tips y recomendaciones para quienes van empezando o quieren hacerlo. Y muchas cosas más. Sigue a Alex en: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicaAlexCastillo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/musicaalexcastillo/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/alexdudec También te invito a visitar mis redes, en todos lados me encuentras como @cancionesparavivir. Quiero contarte que abrí una cuenta de Twitter, ahí estamos como @cancionespvivir Que tengas una semana llena de buena música. Bye. 


15 Feb 2021

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S3/EP 5: Alex Castillo from LA Aerial Image

Drone to 1K Podcast by Drone Launch Academy

Alex is the owner of LA Aerial Image. Introduction Alex was the first guest when the podcast came out about a year and a half ago. Alex was an original RC plane flyer. Then when he was older, he was able to afford this stuff. One day at the airfield, he saw some guy with a quad copter and knew he needed to have one. Then he decided that he didn't just want it to be a hobby. So he took his photography background as a hobbyist and then just got into video and just started doing video with drones. He does a whole array of different things, such as 3-D modeling for construction sites David: Do you do real estate? I tell a lot of people to start with the real estate because it's easy to get in. Everybody knows a realtor and you can get jobs fairly easy, but you can't stay in the industry. For Alex, he says, it's just not fun. In the meantime, he picked up an Amazon prime show called The Bay and he’s also been shooting for the Pop Star network for three seasons now. David: How did you land your first construction client? What did they want? My first construction job was subcontracted from another guy. They did some progress shots and 3-D modeling. Alex has done 3-D modeling for rock quarries too, so they can judge their materials and measure them. The person who subcontracted to him found Alex on Google. He needed a pilot in LA because he was getting business there but lived in Oregon. David: One thing people are asking who are interested in industries like construction, but don't know the lingo, is “How do I give a sales pitch to an engineering firm or construction or contractor?” What would be your sales pitch for 3-D models? I don’t have to do sales pitches right now; the contractor is doing them. I learned a lot of the lingo onsite because when I first went in, I didn't know either. I learned the lingo just talking to the guys onsite. For the most part you just need to explain that it will save them time and money. Construction guys are busy as hell. If you can send them an “as built”, which is a PDF that shows all the information. David: How often did they have you go out there and do a 3-D model of the whole site? It depends on where they're at in the building. In some cases it was once per week, in others cases every other week. “We’re going to do a testimony video of one of the biggest companies we work with, how they used the 3-D model, how it worked and how it saved them money. We’ve saved them tens of thousands of dollars in the long run.” David: How much are you able to charge these construction companies or engineering firms for flying every other week and doing a three D model? About $1500 bucks a flight in total is what the contractor charges. It takes Alex only about 45 minutes to do a model and then he makes $300 when most of the guys on the site made $50 or $60 an hour. David: What’s your favorite type of thing to work on: What's the most fun for you? What do you like doing the best? “I like the film stuff; I like being on set. As the drone guy, there’s lot of waiting around, which can be a little stressful, but other than that, it’s fun.” David: Do you think the Inspire 2 has helped you get those jobs? Yes, for sure. If you don’t have an Inspire 2, they’re not going to be hiring you for that job. David: What would you say you’ve learned that's new in the drone world? Are you getting better at the stuff you already know how to do, or do you feel like you've honed any specific skills? With nine years of drone flying under his belt, Alex has had more crashes in the last couple of years than ever. “I think I got complacent with my flying and I'm thinking ‘I got this.’ I think I need to get back to the basics and be a little more aware. I got a little loose.” Sometimes you might just get on autopilot and not really be thinking it through as carefully. David: When you're flying for these construction sites, do they require you to have a tight amount of insurance? You have to have insurance and a lot of times it's at least 2 million. It could be up to 5 million. They have really expensive workers' comp and they have to pay the personnel. They preach safety all day long. David: What’s changed from getting business now from when you were first doing it. Now, are you actively searching for any business or it just all comes to you? Alex says he wants to get better at looking for it. All his work lately has been “just coming to him.” He spends about $50-$100 per month on Google Click ads. And, he says, he doesn’t even get that many people from Google. Most of it is referral. “As long as you’re good at what you do, they're going to call you back or they're going to pass your number to someone else. Don’t get discouraged. You have to work actively on your business to grow it.” Alex says it isn’t about just buying a drone. You have to learn to be a good business owner, provide good customer service and create relationships. You might have to do some free jobs here and there to get the people to know your services and to know your work. Alex says, “Just start somewhere and build it.” Connect with Alex: Instagram: @laaerialimage Have a Drone Business? Want to be Interviewed for Season 3? Complete this questionnaire: Drone to 1K Business Owner Application Training from Drone Launch Academy Part 107 Exam Prep Course ($50 off) Aerial Photo Pro Course ($50 off) Aerial Video A to Z Course ($100 off) Aerial Roof Inspection Pro Course ($100 off) Drones 101 Course ($20 off) Other Places to Listen iTunes Stitcher Google Play Spotify TuneIn


1 Feb 2021

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Wanted - Alex Castillo

Crime Nerds

In 2016, 23 year old Sandy Le arranged to meet a friend at a gas station, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Then she went missing. As police began looking into her disappearance, they learned that the friend she was supposed to meet with, Alex, was also missing. Then, they learned that Alex's girlfriend was missing as well. Soon after everyone was reported missing, Sandy's body was discovered and it was confirmed that she was murdered. The missing person cases quickly turned into a nationwide manhunt for two murder suspects. Still, to this day, Alex is on the run....while Sandy's family is searching for answers.Listen to this episode now to learn more about this case! This is the Amazon link to my book, One Moment.A paperback copy is $9.99 and the ebook is $2.99. You can also get it for free if you have Kindle Select. Hope you enjoy it and thank you for reading it!If you would like to try some coffee from Barnies Coffee & Tea Co. this is the link to Amazon! **My favorite so far is the creamy buttery caramel**(Affiliate disclaimer: this Amazon link is an affiliate link. If you make a purchase through it, I may receive a small commission from Amazon, but it doesn't cost you anything extra!) Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/crimenerds)


14 Aug 2020

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Ep 49 "Haciendo negocio con mis nudes" con Daniel Montoya, Alejo Ospina, Beto Aceves y Alex Castillo

Ningún chile te embona

Quique y Adrián Andrés platican con Daniel Montoya, Alejo Ospina, Beto Aceves y Alex Castillo para entender mejor el negocio de las nudes. ¿Un onlyfanero es considerado un actor porno?¿La pornografía es considerada un trabajo sexual? Adrián Andrés tomó nota de todos los tips que le dieron para tener una cuenta exitosa y Quique luego de escuchar, ya está pensando si entrar en el business... ¿será? Por un mundo donde el nudismo y el sexo sean tan básicos como tu ex!

1hr 6mins

20 Jul 2020

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Got Faded Japan ep 550. Okawari Underground Bar Tours With Alex Castillo!

Got Faded Japan

Got Faded Japan ep 550 Are you planning on visiting Tokyo after the Rona rots away from existence? If so, you better have your fingers do the talking to our boy Alex who runs Tokyo most exclusive and underground drinking tours! In this episode Johnny has a chat with Alex and learns all about “Okawari” Tokyo’s underground drinking tours!!! Learn more about Okawari and  Book your tour today at: okawaribarcrawls.com Instagram: okawaribarcrawls Twitch: twitch.tv/okawariTVFADE ON!  End of the show sone is “ON & ON” by CREEP DOWN! Get CREEPDOWN’s tracks, merch and tour dates at: https://www.facebook.com/creepdown14/ https://emastered.com/profile/TFOW/track/1594032932-_kVr3vX If you are or were in a band or have a friend who is in a band, send us one of their tracks and we'll play it at the end of the show. UNDERGROUND BANDS ONLY. We all LOVE SLAYER but this isn't the place for them ( unless they're on the show :D ). NOW YOU CAN DIRECTLY SUPPORT THE SHOW AND BECOME A PATREON! Supporting GOT FADED JAPAN ON PATREON directly supports keeping this show going and fueled with booze (seriously could you imagine the show sober?? Neither can we) SUPPORT GFJ at: https://www.patreon.com/gotfadedjapan CHECK OUT OUR SPONSORS AND SUPPORT THE SHOW!!!! 1. THE SPILT INK: Get prints and art at: ETSY https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheSpiltInk?ref=hdr_shop_menu SITE https://www.thespiltink.com 2. Ghost Town Pomade FADE IN STYLE with Ghost Town Pomade. Get yours today by contacting: ghosttownpomade@gmail.com 3. Gamuso: ADDRESS:2-12-5 Takuei building 2F-3F Asagaya-Kita Suginami-ku Tokyo2min from JR Asagaya Sta NorthExit 4. MITSUYA: 1 Chome- 13 -17 Asagayaminami, Suginami Tokyo 166-0004  Tel & Fax: 0303314-6151Email: saketoyou0328@gmail.com Harry’s Sandwich Company 1 min walk from Takeshita Street in Harajuku Call 050-5329-7203 Address: 〒150-0001 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Jingumae, 1 Chome−16−7 MSビル 3F https://www.facebook.com/harryssandwichco/ GET YOURSELF SOME GOT FADED JAPAN MERCH TODAY!!! We have T-Shirts, COFFEE Mugs, Stickers, even the GFJ official pants! BUY NOW AND SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://www.redbubble.com/people/thespiltink/works/16870492-got-faded-japan-podcast The Got Faded Japan Podcast gives listeners a glimpse of the most interesting side of Japan's news, culture, peoples, parties, and all around mischief and mayhem. Hosted by Johnny and Tom who adds opinions and otherwise drunken bullshit to the mix. We LOVE JAPAN AND SO DO YOU! Send us an email on Facebook or hell man, just tell a friend & post a link to keep this pod rolllin' Fader! Kanpai mofos!

1hr 9mins

18 Jul 2020