Episode 92 : The Dark Side of NFTs and Why Faze Sucks ( ft. Andrew Mason )
I bring back my very first guest ever on Chill Cactus! Andrew and I talk about how Tiktok has chnaged the way we communicate/ share content, youtube drama regarding big youtubers taking advantage of their fans, and reflecting on how much time has passed since our last chat together over a year ago on Chill Cactus. This epiosde is a juicy one so grab some popcorn and enjoy the show!Podcast Socials and Links:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/47PZZkq...Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/ChillCactusInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeffrey_ric...Podcast Social : https://www.instagram.com/chill_cactuss/Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeffreyRicklin
June 28, 2021 730 PM EST Special Guests/topic: THX and the Onyx lossless DAC Amplifier with: Andrew Mason, Senior Staff Engineer, Product Development, THX Ltd. Steve Martz, Vice President, Global Technology, THX Ltd. THX Onyx - a powerful DAC/amp for your headphones How to set up THX Onyx - YouTube https://www.thx.com/blog/why-dac-amps-matter-thx-onyx/ Reconnection: We took a show off. Had been going pretty hard for 5 months since start of year. Good to take a break but lining up more guests now. Can’t guarantee it will remain every 2 weeks but that’s the target. Open to guest suggestions and connections from our listeners Sam’s going to CEDIA! Anyone else gonna make it? Looks like CES is a GO and Sam will try to make it there too. Brian wrote a screenplay! Hoping to have a screenwriter focused podcast episode soon. THX Introduction : THX has a storied history in home theater, first via George Lucas, then as an independent company, now a wholly owned subsidiary of Razer. THX began certifying theaters for a quality audio and video experience so that movie goers could enjoy the film the way the creator intended. THX took this concept into the home theater product sector, offering the THX Certification service to worthy brands who can pass and have verified through hundreds of tests the high quality experience provided by their product. In recent years, THX has also evolved into providing such technologies, in addition to its THX Certification service - such technologies as THX Spatial Audio and THX AAA. And now - its very first introduction direct to consumers of a product with the same mission - to empower quality entertainment where and when you want it with the THX DAC/Amp, a portable solution for enjoying lossless, crystal clear audio from your portable device over wired headphones. Interview : How has the Razer transition been going?. How do Razer and THX work together? On the THX web site there are 366 THX certified products but only one that is THX branded. Is this a one off or the start of a trend? Will we see more THX branded products? Consumer products or are production products a possibility? It looks like THX certification is still going. What does that mean in a world of Atmos and Lossless?Since the razer acquisition it seems like THX is in a prime position to help guide consumers to higher quality AV. Please tell us a bit more about THX Onyx productWho is this product aimed at? What if I don’t have ‘golden ears’? Can consumer level headphones benefit from THX Onyx? If not, where’s a good starting point for headphones that do benefit? Does it work with the new Apple Lossless / THX Spatial audio? What do you need to get the most from THX Onyx? Is Apple Music enough now or are Tidal / Amazon Music still better options? What’s going on with Deep Note? Are you / did you really replace it? What’s next for THX? Quick Good Bad and Ugly: Sam - Fast and Furious 9 Brian - Glory Guests - Parasite, Thor Ragnarok
Thank you Andrew for the conversation we talked about the start of UNDRGRND magazine, Andrew's love for basketball and much more! Insta: @undrgrndmagazine Youtube: @undrgrndmagazine Website: undrgrndmag.com
Episode 12: Rise of the Machines with Dr. Andrew Mason
People Talk with Angela Hall
In this provocative episode, Angela chats with Dr. Andrew Mason, head of the Human Augmentation Technologies (HAT) Lab at Michigan State University, about whether universities are training enough STEM graduates to fill the future needs of the workforce, the importance of social skills development for STEM workers, how technology can enhance the performance and lives of humans, and whether we should fear or welcome the rise of artificial intelligence.
Empowering Creativity and Building Brands with Andrew Mason
Talking Too Loud with Chris Savage
Andrew Mason got a degree in music and never intended on becoming an entrepreneur originally. Since he’s been in business, he’s always felt a little bit like an outsider. He’s helped grow a few different startups, finding their unique brand and feel. Links to learn more about Andrew Mason:Andrew’s TwitterDescriptDescript's TwitterFollow us:twitter.com/wistia Subscribe:wistia.com/series/talking-too-loud Love what you heard? Leave us a review! We want to hear from you!Write in and let us know what you think about the show, who you’d want us to interview on future episodes, and any feedback you have for our team.
Episode 320: 320: ViewComponents in Action with Andrew Mason
The Ruby on Rails Podcast
Andrew Mason is the lead developer for CodeFund, an ethical advertising platform. When he is not working on CodeFund, he is podcasting on The Ruby Blend or Remote Ruby, writing blog posts, or working on open source projects. He and Brittany discuss his implementation of ViewComponent at CodeFund. Links for this episode:CodeFund | Ethical Advertising Platform Remote Ruby PodcastThe Ruby Blend PodcastRuby Meetup: Onlinegithub / view_componentAndrew's Personal SiteAndrew Mason (@andrewmcodes) | TwitterEpisode Introduction and Outro by Michael SpringerEpisode Music by Kevin MacLeodBrought to you by: Datadog Datadog is a monitoring and analytics platform for cloud-scale infrastructure, applications and logs. Datadog integrates seamlessly with more than 400 technologies, so you can track every layer of your complex microservice architecture, all in one place. Distributed tracing for Ruby applications and APM provide end-to-end visibility into requests wherever they go, across hosts, containers, and service boundaries. With rich dashboards, algorithmic alerts, and collaboration tools, Datadog provides your team with the tools they need to quickly troubleshoot and optimize modern applications. See for yourself - start a 14-day free trial today and Datadog will send you a free T-shirt! Visit datadog.com/rubyrailspodcast to get started.
Denver Broncos UK Podcast - Episode 59 (Andrew Mason Special)
Denver Broncos UK podcast
On the latest episode of the Denver Broncos UK Podcast we were joined by DNVR's Andrew Mason who spoke about his career covering the NFL and assessed what to expect from the Broncos heading into 2020. Go Broncos!
225. Andrew Mason: When Your Plan B is a Billion-Dollar Idea
Love Your Work
Andrew Mason (@andrewmason) started a little website called The Point. An investor friend of his gave him a million dollars in seed money. The Point failed, but Andrew then used that seed money to pivot his idea into the fastest-growing company in history. Groupon hit a $1 billion valuation in only sixteen months. For someone with no entrepreneurial experience at all, this was crazy. Yahoo! offered to buy the company for $3 billion. Google offered more than $5 billion. Early on, the media wanted to adore him. After the company went public, the media wanted to abhor him. Groupon’s current valuation: a modest $400 million. After Groupon, Andrew started a company called Detour. Once again, the idea failed. But once again, he was able to find a great clue for a new company in the company he was already building. Now, Andrew is the CEO of Descript. Descript is like a word processor for audio. If you’ve ever tried to edit spoken-word audio, you know how time-consuming and frustrating it can be. Descript makes editing spoken word audio as easy as editing a Word doc. With Descript, not only can you edit spoken-word audio by copying, pasting, and deleting text, but you can also edit by typing words. Descript’s Overdub feature can actually create audio based upon your voice. All you have to do is feed it several hours of training data. If you listened to the episodes here on Love Your Work in December, you heard my Descript Overdub voice double fill in for me on the intros. If you’re going to love your work, you have to read the signals the market gives you. Sometimes plan “B” is a billion-dollar idea. In this conversation, you’ll learn: After going from having no experience as an entrepreneur, to founding the fastest-growing company ever, how has Andrew approached building his new company differently from how he built Groupon? Andrew says at Groupon there was “more tolerance for assholes.” What has Andrew learned about building a company culture where the mission doesn’t get in the way of kindness. Andrew said he had a “useful naïveté” about the money that he first raised. How does he still hold onto this naïveté, even as a seasoned entrepreneur? Thanks for sharing my work! On Twitter, thank you to @dbarrant, @keozdev, @podcastally, and @JeffNartic. On Instagram, thank you to @frekihowl, @_imperialpurple, @daizymann, and @paych_arte. Our Weekly Newsletter: Love Mondays Start off each week with a dose of inspiration to help you make it as a creative. Sign up at: kadavy.net/mondays About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is the author of The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. Follow David on: Twitter Instagram Facebook YouTube Subscribe to Love Your Work Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Stitcher RSS Email Support the show on Patreon Put your money where your mind is. Patreon lets you support independent creators like me. Support now on Patreon » Sponsors http://linkedin.com/loveyourwork Show notes: http://kadavy.net/blog/posts/andrew-mason/
Descript is a software product for editing podcasts and video. Descript is a deceptively powerful tool, and its software architecture includes novel usage of transcription APIs, text-to-speech, speech-to-text, and other domain-specific machine learning applications. Some of the most popular podcasts and YouTube channels use Descript as their editing tool because it provides a set of features that are not found in other editing tools such as Adobe Premiere or a digital audio workstation. Descript is an example of the downstream impact of machine learning tools becoming more accessible. Even though the company only has a small team of machine learning engineers, these engineers are extremely productive due to the combination of APIs, cloud computing, and frameworks like TensorFlow. Descript was founded by Andrew Mason, who also founded Groupon and Detour, and Andrew joins the show to describe the technology behind Descript and the story of how it was built. It is a remarkable story of creative entrepreneurship, with numerous takeaways for both engineers and business founders. Sponsorship inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org The post Descript with Andrew Mason appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Monday Mar 2: Hour 1-Andrew Mason's debut, Broncos Free Agency Search, Nuggets polarizing weekend, Who hit a home run in sports?
Andrew Mason makes his debut with Eric as they discuss the Broncos free agency game plan. Nuggets had a polarizing weekend, what did we learn about the Nuggets? Who hit a home run in sports this weekend?