Tim Riley is a long-time Rubyist and is a core team member of the Hanami, dry-rb, and rom-rb open source projects. He guested on the show to discuss the eagerly anticipated Hanami 2.0 release, how dry-rb, rom-rb and Hanami partnered and how slices and containers work with one another. Links for this episode:Hanamihanami/hanami: The web, with simplicity. - GitHubHanami 2.0 - TrelloHanami ForumTim's Open Source Status UpdatesTim Riley (@timriley) | TwitterEpisode Introduction and Outro by Michael SpringerEpisode Music: "Funkorama" by Kevin MacLeodBrought to you by: Scout APM Give Scout APM a try for free today and Scout will donate $5 to the open source project of your choice when you deploy. Linode Simplify your infrastructure and cut your cloud bills in half with Linode’s Linux virtual machines.Get started on Linode today with a $100 in free credit for listeners of 5by5 Ruby on Rails Podcast. Visit https://linode.com/rubyonrails and click on the “Create Free Account” button to get started.
Dan “Soupy” Campbell of The Wonder Years, Tim Riley of Souvenirs
The Gunz Show
A brand new episode of The Gunz Show is ready for your ears and this time around Gunz is bringing The Wonder Years and Souvenirs to the mic.Dan "Soupy" Campbell of The Wonder Years calls in from his porch on a fall day to chat football, quarantine, and Halloween. The band has a spooky extravaganza planned for 10/30 and he digs into what we can expect, from a dueling blink-182 set to the merch bundles you can pick up.Later, Tim Riley of Souvenirs calls in ahead of the bands upcoming release. Love For The Lack Of It drops on 10/23 and Gunz chats with Tim about the new music, his influences, and redefining success. Listen in now!
Souvenirs is back with an all-new album, Love For The Lack Of It, out this Friday, October 23! This week I caught up with frontman Tim Riley to share how the album took shape and the lessons learned in the process. It was a blast to connect with him and hear his passion for the new 10-track album. Enjoy and share this episode with a friend. Please don't be shy, email me! Sara.Scoggins@idobi.com with any advice questions or topics. If you like the show, please rate, subscribe & share with a friend. Talk soon! <3Sara
Episode 178 - They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar (The Night Gallery)
Twilight Pwn: A Twilight Zone Podcast
In the one hundred and seventy-eighth episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss “They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar" a beloved episode from Rod Serling's somewhat-beloved anthology series, The Night Gallery. Topics include the fact that we recorded this in Christmas 2019 but didn't upload it until May 2020, the Terrence Malick/Green Day connection, and the song that makes John cry. John’s Rating: I forget Fred’s Rating: Also forget IMDB Rating: Too tired to look it up RN
Winning at Unprecedented Levels at Your School and Handling Parent Relationships with Coach Tim Riley of Owensboro Catholic
The Coaches Playbook
In this episode Coach Tim Riley of Owensboro Catholic High School talks about handling parent situations, finding a balance between being coach and dad, how to prepare for the big games and how to win at a school that hasn't won at quite that level before. All that and more!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wyatt-foust/support
Episode 151: Interview with Author/Critic Tim Riley!
I've Got a Beatles Podcast!
In this episode, Dave interviews author and critic Tim Riley, who is best known for his books on the Beatles (Tell Me Why) and John Lennon, as well as his new Beatles textbook co-authored with music theorist Walter Everett. You will hear about each of Riley's books, including the new text, as well as his thoughts on other areas of interest for Beatles scholarship. Enjoy! https://timrileyauthor.com https://www.amazon.com/What-Goes-Beatles-Their-Music/dp/0190213175/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=what+goes+on+beatles&qid=1582127195&sr=8-2 email@example.com @ivegotabeatles
Episode 3 features Tim Riley, one of the most famous writers in our industry.IMAGE OF TIM: http://bit.ly/TimRileyMadMag We say ‘writer’ rather than Creative Director or Head of Copy (both roles he excels at too), because deep down Tim is a man of words. Pithy, witty, cheeky, emotional, funny words. In his career he has written for John Smiths, The Economist, The Guardian, Boddingtons, Sony, Nike, Snickers, Sainsbury’s, winning awards on virtually every account he’s put his pen to. Economist Array: http://bit.ly/36cH6vM This incredible body of work has propelled him to the lofty title of Creative Partner at AMVBBDO …..and yet you’d never know from listening to our chat he is a man with such a revered position. Tim is a humble, funny and disarmingly charming guest who was incredibly open and frank in telling us about his career to date.Jordan Economist: http://bit.ly/2v6mn02 We soon got into The Economist work and how over the past 22 years, Tim has worked as a writer and CD on the account. He told us the story behind the ‘Someone mentions Jordan’ billboard and the circuitous route to the final poster. We’ll let Tim explain more, but as ever, it’s an unpredictable path to getting work out, and this is another great example that lead to one of the most famous Economist posters ever. BONUS IMAGE - MR BLOBBY! http://bit.ly/2NHHiNm However, the main chat was about Tim’s John Smiths billboards when he was at DDB (now known as Adam&EveDDB). JohnSmiths:http://bit.ly/3auCGUrhttp://bit.ly/36gC3Lahttp://bit.ly/2G7bzRGhttp://bit.ly/2tqnwzb This didn’t disappoint either for back story, involving a bottom drawer idea from a MAD magazine that Tim had had for years and magically pulled out to inspire the brilliant irreverent posters.MadMagazine: http://bit.ly/2G7mIShhttp://bit.ly/379oxKk We admire Tim for his honesty and it should give us all hope that the bottom drawer can still yield greatness.Nike Jordan:http://bit.ly/2sFPlmu Thanks again Tim for your spoken words, along with the written ones, that will hopefully inspire our listeners.