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Machine Learning with Coffee is a podcast where we are going to be sharing ideas about Machine Learning and related areas such as: artificial intelligence, business intelligence, business analytics, data mining and Big data. The objective is to promote a healthy discussion on the current state of this fascinating world of Machine Learning. We will be sharing our experience, sharing tricks, talking about latest developments and interviewing experts, all these on a very laid back, friendly man ...
 
Привет! Мы — команда «Кофемашины». Наши кофейни для автомобилистов работают по всей России. Мы заботимся о тех, кто за рулём, — встречаем улыбкой, готовим настоящий кофе и вкусную еду, провожаем с хорошим настроением на весь день. Мы всегда говорим, что лучшие путешествия — к морю, в горы, в другие города или даже дорога на работу — начинаются с кофе. А продолжаются с классной музыкой! Чтобы любой маршрут приносил удовольствие, мы решили записывать для вас «Музыку в дорогу». Вместе с нашими ...
 
Coffee with Butterscotch is the hilarity-filled official podcast of award-winning video game studio Butterscotch Shenanigans. Tune in every week to learn how video games are made and sold, our take on building a small company from scratch, and how to be an unstoppable problem-solving machine. Whether you're a tech entrepreneur working on your own startup, a person who loves playing or making video games, or just a person interested in learning about the games industry, we've got you covered. ...
 
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Heya, Shenanites! This week, we talk about Big Birdbath, the cube rule of food, and the intersection of fancy and impractical. You know what’s at the middle of that intersection? Kid gloves and shoes with absolutely no traction. I guess when you get rich enough, it doesn’t matter if you can walk across the floor of your own volition. That plus sphe…
 
Hi, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss invisible maps, convenience vs. security, and corporate fiefdoms. Spooky season is off to a great start with a good portion of the invisible network that runs our lives going down for several hours. I mean, the internet isn’t even a thing so much as it’s a thing between things. Although, when you’re made …
 
Salutations, Shenanites! This week, we talk about 3n+1 sequences, perverse incentives, and competence tiers. You can’t build a healthy team when someone is making it all about them. Long-term success requires thinking collectively. But don’t let the failures of collective action prevent you from taking individual action. Your choices have impact. T…
 
Good day, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss hipsavers, pattern recognition, and what problems are actually interesting. Plus, we revisit our old standby “Design By Chaos” and examine whether or not it still holds up! People place a lot of value on the idea of hard work, but sometimes hard work is just hard. If it can be made easier, why not d…
 
Heya, Shenanites! This week, we talk about Air Bud situations, M&M revenue, and negative feedback loops. Work-life balance isn’t about time; it’s about having the ability to control how things interact and integrate. It’s not your fault that society is set up to burn you out. Remember, you’re a person. At some point, maybe you stopped doing the thi…
 
Hello, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss goose mace, the black mirror effect, and a paint-by-numbers player experience. When the whole world is artificial, how do you make things not feel contrived? Just like in real life, the answer has to do with reasons. As in, you should have them. If you’re going to teach a bear ballet, you better know w…
 
Greetings, Shenanites! This week, we talk about spoons in the pot, car sheets, and emotional appeal. Rules aren’t there because they’re true; they’re there because they’re useful. Until they aren’t. Experience is learning when and where to break those rules. Still, all the VC money in the world won’t save you if you completely miss the point. Quest…
 
What’s up, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss immortal cultures, kitchen dreams, and capturing visibility. Creating a moment is easier when everyone is anticipating your every move. It’s harder to capture eyeballs when no one’s around. When you’re analyzing the strategies of the rich and famous and wondering if they could work for you, it’s im…
 
Howdy, Shenanites! This week, we talk about structural supports, allocation of resources, and making meaning. Since we didn’t get to questions last week, this is purely a question episode! Well, except for a slight skeleton detour. Isn’t it weird how without bones or exoskeletons we’d be bags of goo? Just slurbing from one place to the next. Talk a…
 
Top of the morning (or afternoon, or evening) to ya, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss runner’s gut, carnival games, and suspension of disbelief. It’s easy to fall into the trap of more information is always better, but that’s not necessarily true. Even if you could have all the details to start with, does that really make your experience bet…
 
Hi, Shenanites! This week, we talk about sure things, hot pipes, and what design by chaos really is. Our old friend the Jevens paradox pays us a visit, and it turns out that heuristic has some layers! Plus, listen in as we dive deep into our most contentious internal debate. Three brothers enter… and, well, three brother leave. Because conservation…
 
Hello, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss a zombie way of life, a package full of people, and getting out of the work and working on the work. You can’t make people care about something important if they don’t understand what the experience is going to be. And you can’t explain to someone what the experience is because it’s experiential. ...Is…
 
What’s up, Shenanites! This week, we talk about wet noodle whips, stress stew, and the walled garden. We’ve also got two -- that’s right, TWO! -- brand new podcast segments for you this ep: Seth’s English Language Corner and DUNKWATCH 2021. Will this be the first and only time that these segments appear? Who’s to say? Once there’s a turn, then ther…
 
Hail, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss good gestures, brain quirks, and arbitrary rules. The first step of any undertaking is visibility. You can’t think about the problems you’re trying to solve until you know what those problems are. If you don’t know what you’re trying to do, then you’re just doing things randomly. And like we’ve said bef…
 
How’s it going, Shenanites? This week, we talk about the fractal universe, flippin’ bacteria, and urgent chaos. When you navigate by chemical receptors, the best you can do is to flip flop around until you find a nutrient gradient to pay attention to. Even a fancy flip is better than no flip when you’re trying to find new local maxima. Or maybe it …
 
Good day, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss the torch problem, confetti cards , and table scraps. We’ve talked about project creep and scope creep - now let’s talk about complexity creep! People expand the fill the spaces that they’re in, whether those spaces are physical or virtual. You know you’re outgrowing your current systems if you spen…
 
Hiya, Shenanites! This week, we talk about automagic, motion waste, and toothpaste mining. Sometimes when you use a robot that’s designed for someone else, you have to build another robot to undo some of the design. Better than doing it yourself probably. There are a lot of questions you should ask yourself when you’re investigating a new tool. Chi…
 
Good day, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss extraneous chats, what happens in the margins, and your house bones. It’s weird to think that we all live in a skeleton that we fill with personalized guts. And that, even though you and your life are changing constantly, that skeleton always stays the same. Well, at least until you decide to turn a…
 
Hello, Shenanites! It’s a bit of a shorter episode this week because Sam got a new mic and it did NOT want to play nice. Even still, we talk about things that don’t exist, things that do exist, and CHAOS. There are infinite variables that influence what will happen, and you can’t predict them all. But once what happens happens, it’s already happene…
 
Greetings, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss metajokes, how little people know, and bikeshedding. Sometimes figuring out the when for tackling a problem involves figuring out the why. You don’t wanna put Bandaids on poop piles. That solves nothing. Instead, consider putting on your fanciest boa and buying some avocados. We’re pretty sure that…
 
Salutations, Shenanites! This week, we talk about Victorian treatises, invisible structures, and how people aren’t robots. People are also different from each other - who knew? As it turns out, when you acknowledge those two facts, you can construct a conscientious, flexible environment that actually prioritizes a person’s experience. Let’s make th…
 
Ahoy, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss dinosaur clipping, the purpose of ghosts, and perpetual impostor syndrome. Starting a creative project is like crossing a rickety rope bridge over a deep canyon -- if you think too much about the distance to the ground, you’ll never take the first step. And sometimes you need to prioritize the experienc…
 
Hello, Shenanites! This week, we’re all about listener questions! We talk about reality TV, fragile retention, and NFTs. Sometimes the hook is buried so deeply that it’s too hard to explain; you have to experience it in order to get enough context. Does that mean anything? Well. Anything can mean something if people decide it does.Questions answere…
 
Hi, Shenanites! In this episode, we discuss degrading magical experiences, the dentist backlog, and inelastic demand. Are rooms defined by what’s within them or what’s without? Do they need walls, and if so, how many? Are roofs required or optional? It turns out that sometimes the simplest concepts are actually quite complex, and complex concepts a…
 
Good day, Shenanites! This week, we talk about why ketchup is in the sink, weird replay value, and the ratcheting cost of rewards. Early commitments might mean turning down future opportunities. But hey, if it makes sense for you to do, then do it. After all, if it’s good enough for physics, then it’s good enough for us.Podcast recs: This American …
 
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