[Full episode] Margo Price, Adam Baldwin, Stacy Lee Kong, Liam Gillick
q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
Country singer Margo Price discusses her new memoir, Maybe We'll Make It, which chronicles the years of struggle that came before her success. Singer-songwriter Adam Baldwin introduces us to a song off his acclaimed new album, Concertos & Serenades. Culture critic Stacy Lee Kong breaks down why Constance Wu's wide-ranging memoir, Making a Scene, has challenged the narrative around onscreen representation. Artist Liam Gillick tells us about the functioning weather station he's built on Newfoundland's Fogo Island and how it ties into a global effort to monitor climate change.
FULL METAL JACKET - Commentary by Vincent D'Onofrio, R. Lee Ermey, Jay Cocks, and Adam Baldwin
DVD Commentary: The Original Podcast
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Out September 23rd, 2022 via Sonic Records, Adam Baldwin's new album Concertos & Serenades is a study of the dark side of East Coast culture. It's a captivating collection of musical short stories and character portraits; a collection which, as Adam tells us in this episode, almost feels like it's halfway between an album and a true-crime podcast. Adam Baldwin is an acclaimed, award-winning Nova Scotian singer/ songwriter/ multi-instrumentalist who's renowned as a brilliant folk-rock troubadour with an honest, earthy approach. He's also widely known for the many years spent he's spent travelling the world, playing alongside fellow Nova Scotia great Matt Mays. But on this much-anticipated new release, Adam's taking a whole new, conceptual approach to his songcraft. With Concertos & Serenades, he presents a strikingly stark and devastatingly dark brand of East Coast raconteurship. Along this ride, we encounter unforgettable characters who often begin with the best of intentions at heart, find themselves ground down by forces beyond their control, and make choices that often lead to disastrous consequences. Though Adam employs the sort of classic storytelling approach that Nova Scotia's known for, these songs present an updated and unflinching look at the very modern, very troubled community he's called home for his whole life. It's a kind of Nova Scotia noir or East Coast gothic style that, for Adam, accurately reflects the smouldering heartbreak and desperation that he feels is the inescapable undercurrent of small town life in contemporary Atlantic Canada. As powerful as it is, however, this album very nearly never was. After hitting a low point in his career which found him legitimately preparing to quit the music business that's been his lifelong pursuit, he was suddenly seized with the compulsion to begin exploring and documenting his home community through this inspired suite of homespun musical narratives. In this conversation, Adam lets us in on how this album came along at the strangest time and was lit by a most surprising spark; he recalls some of the true-life characters and places which inspired these tales; discusses the underlying cultural forces driving these shadowy East Coast yarns; and gives us the inside track on some of the artists who've inspired him creatively - from Springsteen to The Trailer Park Boys to Adam's longtime friend and collaborator, Matt Mays. Hidden Track is a CKUA production, and is presented by Bent Stick Brewing.
Salty Nerd Interviews: Adam Baldwin (Actor - Firefly, Chuck, Full Metal Jacket)
The Salty Nerd Podcast
In this special interview episode, the Salty Nerds talk to one of the most prolific actors ever - Adam Baldwin - and talk about his amazing career, covering everything from his time with Stanley Kubrick on Full Metal Jacket, to Joss Whedon on Firefly, to his time on CHUCK, and who he'd rather have sex with - Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, or Robert Downey Jr.If you like this content and want to support the show, consider joining our members area to get access to a TON of exclusive and commercial-free content here: http://www.saltynerdclub.com
S2, Ep 4 'One man went to mow' - Adam Baldwin, Course Manager Painswick Golf Club speaks with Joe Hendy, AGS Regional Technical & Seed Product Manager.
AGS | Turf Hub Podcast
A year into the job at Painswick, Adam tells us how he looks after the course, as the soul greenkeeper. It's our first pod where the same man has both the best and worst lunches! Adam talks vital statistics, higher or lower, favourite hole, whats in the shed and his favourite bits of kit. We talk projects, practices, dream holes and more in this behind the scenes look with the one man greenkeeping machine!
Amélie Koran and Adam Baldwin discuss OSS sustainability, supply chain security,, governance, and outreach for popular applications - part2
Brakeing Down Security Podcast
Adam Baldwin (@adam_baldwin) Amélie Koran (@webjedi) https://logging.apache.org/log4j/2.x/license.html https://www.theregister.com/2021/12/14/log4j_vulnerability_open_source_funding/ https://www.zdnet.com/article/security-firm-blumira-discovers-major-new-log4j-attack-vector/ F/OSS developer deliberately bricks his software in retaliation for big companies not supporting OSS. https://twitter.com/BleepinComputer/status/1480182019854327808 https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/dev-corrupts-npm-libs-colors-and-faker-breaking-thousands-of-apps/ https://developers.slashdot.org/story/22/01/09/2336239/open-source-developer-intentionally-corrupts-his-own-widely-used-libraries Faker.js - https://www.npmjs.com/package/faker Generate massive amounts of fake contextual data Colors.js - https://www.npmjs.com/pafaker - npm package/colors get color and style in your node.js console https://abc7ny.com/suspicious-package-queens-astoria-fire/6425363/ Should OSS teams expect payment for giving their time/code away for free? What are their expectations Should open source projects be aware of how popular they are? What happens when they reach a certain level of popularity? OSS Sustainability - https://github.blog/2019-01-17-lets-talk-about-open-source-sustainability/ https://webjedi.net/2022/01/03/security-puppy/ Apparently, “Hobbyists” were the bane of a young Bill Gates: (can you https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Letter_to_Hobbyists https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_free_and_open-source_software History of open source Licensing Overview: https://youtu.be/Eu_GvrSlShI (this was a talk I gave for Splunk on this --AK) Event-stream = https://www.trendmicro.com/vinfo/hk-en/security/news/cybercrime-and-digital-threats/hacker-infects-node-js-package-to-steal-from-bitcoin-wallets https://libraries.io/ Libraries.io monitors 5,039,738 open source packages across 32 different package managers, so you don't have to.
In this episode of Lessons I Learned in Law, Scott Brown speaks to Adam Baldwin. Adam's career has comprised a broad mixture of legal and business positions. He now works as Head of Functions and Business Engagement for the banking group BNP Paribas. Adam has launched, invested in and advised various start-ups across multiple sectors, including technology, sports, fashion and entertainment. Outside of the office, he is passionate about youth education and sport, volunteering with various initiatives including acting as a Non-Executive Director and Trustee for the NET Academies Trust and volunteering with the Saracens Foundation. Adam shares the three lessons he has learned in law including: Tailor your message to your audience. Compassion is key. Make your own luck. If you have a particular ambition or goal you want to work towards – let people know! Presented by Scott Brown of Heriot Brown Legal Recruitment. Follow Heriot Brown: Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram
This week we are joined by none other than the Hero of Canton, the man they call Jayne himself, Adam Baldwin! Through our wonderful Shepherd Suzi, we were connected directly with our favorite non-Baldwin Baldwin who graciously spoke with us about his experiences on set, the connections between the cast and fans, and weighed in on some of our more pressing questions about Jayne like, "is he dumb?" or, "is he a generous lover?"We also discussed convention life, improvised moments, and the possibility of a Firefly reboot in animated form! We want to thank every one of you who has ever listened or watched or downloaded or supported us in any way - this interview, like Firefly itself, belongs to the Browncoats. Shepherds of Shine: Rosalita9899, Saxon1014, Kap_DK, CaliDali_Art, Glitter_Rock, Popdalock, NextOnStageOneSpecial thanks to Shawn from Cheapseat Reviews for a little last minute audio magic!Did you know there will be more opportunities next season to become a Shepherd of Shine? There will be a new, thematically appropriate name to be handed out and the Captain's got an itchy handin' hand!Follow us on Twitter @SuddenBut! Find us on Instagram @suddenbutinevitablepodcast! Follow our Facebook page to join us live each week as we discuss the show! Watch us on YouTube! Call us at 508-93-TWIST to share your pick for "Simon Says" or "How Shiny Is It?"Or, you can head on over to twistmyarmpodcast.com/sbi to get everything all in one place!The Ballad of Inevitability is performed by Marc Coen and a choir of rebellious angels, and that makes him mighty. The Sudden but Inevitable Rewatch is a Twist My Arm podcast.
PODCAST EXCLUSIVE - Adam Baldwin - Beloved by his fans, honest as heck, super smart and a really good hang. This was a really great one and convinced me why it was important to have these conversations. Check out Adam’s website at www.adambaldwin.ca