• 02:58

    CLOBBERIN' TIME #511 OPEN GEEK TALK: BIG HERO 6, GOTHAM, STAR WARS: REBELS etc.

    in Entertainment

    TONIGHT; BACK ON THE TUESDAY TRACK. MATT & FLASH TEAM UP WITH ME TO TALK ABOUT THE GEEK NEWS OF THE DAY. THE NEW DISNEY FILM, BIG HERO 6, GOTHAM, STAR WARS: REBELS, MARVEL AND DC MOVIE NEWS. WE'LL CERTAINLY COME UP WITH SOME MORE GEEK TOPICS. MAYBE SOME DOCTOR WHO, AND EVEN SUPERNATURAL. THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING POPPING UP IN THE GEEKVERSE! IT'S ALWAYS A GREAT TIME WHEN IT'S OFF THE CUFF GEEKNESS! 

  • 00:58

    That's What He Said S04E30-Devilishly Normalizing

    in Comedy

    This week on That's What He Said, Freddy and Lou are prerecorded live! If you wish to call us during the show at 323-693-3811, remember to do so yesterday at 10pm (and warn us of any impending disasters!). We'll be discussing (or have had once discussed) the title of the new Star Wars movie and what it could mean, Agent Carter's premier date, Hugh Jackman's on stage injury, Henson and Pixar's upcoming films, and Tony Hawk's return to consoles. Plus, we have a special review of the Digtital Vs Celluloid documentary, "Side By Side." Join us unto the breach once more unlive tonight!

  • 00:54

    Bert Martinez speaks with Tom Hopkins, David Payne and John Ratzenberger

    in Business

    Tom Hopkins carries the standard as a master sales trainer and is recognized as the world’s leading authority on selling techniques and salesmanship.Over 4 million people on five continents have attended Tom’s high-energy live seminars. Tom personally conducts 30+ seminars each year traveling throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, China, and the Philippines. Tom Hopkins is the author of 17 books, including “How to Master the Art of Selling™,” which has sold over 1.6 million copies worldwide


    David Payne staff economist for The Kiplinger Letter, overseeing Kiplinger forecasts for the U.S. and world economies. These economic outlooks and his Practical Economics columns are posted on the Kiplinger.com website. Prior to joining Kiplinger, he was in the Chief Economist’s Office at the U.S. Department of Commerce for twenty years, writing about economic events and forecasting U.S. GDP 


    John Ratzenberger American actor, voice actor, and entrepreneur. He is best known for his role as Cliff Clavin in Cheers and his recurring supporting/minor cast roles in Pixar films

  • 00:31

    The Legal Show No Poaching Allowed?

    in Legal

    Attorney  Sarah Steele and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.
     
    The audience should know that although Ms. Steele is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a local attorney for any legal advice they may require.
     
    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.
     
    Tonight we discuss the practice of poaching (and the avoidance thereof) between employers.  Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Animation, Pixar and Lucasfilm were named as defendants in a class action lawsuit filed in San Jose, Calif., that alleges the companies sought to suppress wages by agreeing not to poach each other's workers, effectively rendering the employees powerless to leave their job in pursuit of employment at any of the other companies. Tune in and listen as the hosts weigh in on employee’s rights versus the rights of the employers.

  • 01:00

    Pixar and these Animation Flicks...

    in Movies

    I give my 5 cents on Pixar and their movies

  • The Legal Show; No Poaching Allowed

    in Entertainment

    Attorney Sarah Steele and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.
     
    The audience should know that although Ms. Steele is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a local attorney for any legal advice they may require.
     
    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.
     
    Tonight we discuss the practice of poaching (and the avoidance thereof) between employers.  Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Animation, Pixar and Lucasfilm were named as defendants in a class action lawsuit filed in San Jose, Calif., that alleges the companies sought to suppress wages by agreeing not to poach each other's workers, effectively rendering the employees powerless to leave their job in pursuit of employment at any of the other companies. Tune in and listen as the hosts weigh in on employee’s rights versus the rights of the employers.

  • 01:02

    50 - APE 2014 On-Site Interviews! Part 2 of 2

    in Entertainment

    Biff and Dan follow up thier Alternative Press Expo adventure with Day 2 on-site interviews with Danimator as the "Man on The Street". We'll also cover a bit of geek-news! What's this about a NEW opening for Star Wars Rebels?! Say whhhhuuuuut? And who's our extra-special upcoming guest? 

  • 01:03

    Setting Direction and Managing Change with James M. Kerr

    in Business

    Denise Griffitts Interviews James M. Kerr


    A rapidly shifting and complex economy is ushering in a global restructuring of the business world. In order to keep their organizations vital for the future, executives must respond to this new commercial age by re-imaging their organizations' structures, enhancing product and service offerings, and leveraging emerging technological capabilities.


    Today I am speaking with James Kerr. He is is a management consultant, organizational behaviorist and partner at BlumShapiro. He specializes in strategic planning, corporate transformation, and project and program development. Consulting with many Fortune 100 firms, he has worked with diverse organizations as The Home Depot, JP Morgan Chase, Mitsui Sumitomo, IBM, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.


    James is the author of The Executive Checklist (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) as well as three other business texts.


    In The Executive Checklist: A Guide for Setting Direction and Managing Change, James provides a primer for how to set direction and manage change within the 21st century enterprise and he is here to share examples of new organizational concepts being implemented in businesses today and how it's helping them to be better and stay better.


    Today, James is going to share some great stories about his work with companies that we all know, love or loathe.



    Why Cigna made a critical error by letting go of its customer service employees when trying to innovate
    How Dominos, Microsoft, and Nike are using gamification
    PIXAR as the first office built to foster collaboration
    Whole Foods re-envisioning corporate culture through capped executive pay and holacracy
    How Costco and Trader Joe's taking business away from Walmart

  • 01:11

    Bert Martinez speaks with John Ratzenberger, James Arthur Ray and guests

    in Business

    John Ratzenberger American actor, voice actor, and entrepreneur. He is best known for his role as Cliff Clavin in Cheers and his recurring supporting/minor cast roles in Pixar films


    Geremy and Melanie Heath are the power duo behind Texas All Cash Home Buyers, a residential redevelopment firm that offers, no obligation, all-cash payouts for homes in the San Antonio area. Since launching their business in 2008, the Geremy and Melanie have purchased over 100 properties and on average, they oversee the redevelopment of three to five new real estate projects per month


    James Ballidis contributing author to Success Secrets, a Jack Canfield best seller.  Jim's story is entitled "The  Secret to Success Seldom Discovered."   He is a best selling author of two contributing books, a trial attorney for 30 years representing consumers injured in accidents, Trial lawyer of the Year in 2011 and awarded Ethical Attorney of the Year in 2014.


    James Arthur Ray NYT bestselling author of Harmonic Wealth, published in 81 countries around the world and translated into 18 languages. James is also co-author of the groundbreaking film, The Secret. His experience as an entrepreneur earned his company a spot on the Inc.500 list in 2009 as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. James was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNNs Larry King Live, Piers Morgan Live, Good Morning America and many more internationally syndicated shows. At the top of his industry

  • 01:01

    Connecting the Dots in Diabetes Management

    in Health

    Listen to DSMA Live with Scott, Cherise and George and special guest, Howard Look, President and Chief Executive Officer of Tidepool.


    About Howard


    Howard Look was on the founder’s team at TiVo where as VP of Software and User Experience he led the efforts that made TiVo as easy to use as it was disruptive. He was also VP of Software at Pixar, where he led the team developing Pixar’s proprietary film-making system, and at Amazon where he ran a secret software project to develop devices that leverage cloud services. At Linden Lab, he led the team that delivered the open-sourced Second Life Viewer 2.0 project. Howard has a BS in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. His teenage daughter has T1D.


     

  • 01:00

    Guest:Lou Romano/Animation Production Designer/The Little Prince/The Incredibles/Up

    in Movies

    After graduating in 1990 he studied animation and film at California Institute of the Arts, from 1990-92. His first job in animation was on the film The Pagemaster (1994) for which he was an effects animation assistant. He worked in the same capacity on Cats Don’t Dance (1997) before working as a visual development artist for Brad Bird on his un-produced film Ray Gunn. Since then Lou has continued working as a concept artist and art director on various projects including The Powerpuff Girls and The Iron Giant (1999). He was the production designer of Pixar’s The Incredibles (2004) for which he won an Annie
    Award. He worked as a designer and lighting art director on the film Up
    (2009). He left Pixar in 2008 and worked at Laika on various film projects.
    Lou’s artwork has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker and has been
    published in several books including The Art of (Up, The Incredibles and
    Monsters, Inc), The Ancient Book of Myth & War and The Ancient Book of
    Sex & Science. His work has been exhibited at Nucleus Gallery in Los
    Angeles, the MoMA and Gallery Met in New York City. Lou has also acted
    in films voicing characters for The Incredibles, Cars (2005) and Ratatouille
    (2007). He is currently hard at work on The Little Prince an animation film that in post  production and set for release in 2015 featuring the voices of Rachel McAdams, James Franco and Benicio Del Toro.You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.Follow us on Twitter @123Film

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