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ON THE VERGE parle de sexe au masculin, sans tabou ni jugement. Un entretien d’environ 1heure, découpé en 3 parties durant lesquelles l’invité se raconte à travers 3 périodes de sa vie intime et sexuelle. "Avant" : De son 1er souvenir lié à la sexualité, ses premiers flirts à sa première fois. Puis "Maintenant" : Quelle est sa sexualité aujourd'hui ? sa libido ? ses pratiques ? ses fantasmes ? ses envies et ses tabous. Et enfin "Après" : Et demain ? Quelle place aura le sexe dans sa vie ? Un ...
 
On The Verge is focused on the Baltimore Orioles, and the Orioles Minor League system. The show is hosted by Bob Phelan, Zach Spedden, and Nick Stevens. The trio give their thoughts on the prospects ascending the ranks. The show is a part of Baltimore Sports and Life (BSL). Show Twitter: BSLOnTheVerge
 
Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel and David Pierce make sense of the week's tech news with help from our wide-ranging staff. Join us every week for a fun, deeply nerdy, often off-the-rails conversation about what's happening now (and next) in technology and gadgets.
 
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A podcast for people who need to know. That person who is on the verge of taking the leap into entrepreneurship or that person who has already taken the leap and is thinking about leaping back the other way. This is for the person who is on the verge of a breakthrough or on the verge of a breakdown. This is for the person who is on the verge of jumping in or jumping out. For the person who is on the verge of coming up or coming down. This is On the Verge. What can they expect? What do they n ...
 
Kirstie Alley On The Verge - Kirstie Alley talks about anything and everything. Kirstie is an actress, producer, model, & television personality. She first achieved recognition in 1982 playing Saavik in the science fiction film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. She played Rebecca Howe on the NBC sitcom Cheers, receiving an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe in 1991 for the role. From 1997–2000, she starred on the sitcom Veronica's Closet, earning additional Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Kirst ...
 
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Have you heard of the parable of the Chinese farmer? It’s about not quickly labeling highs and lows as good news or bad news. I find this such a gem to carry with me in my pocket during the day. This is a great reminder. We never truly know why things work out the way they do. Instead of riding on the roller coaster of life we can proclaim— Good ne…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome The Baltimore Sun's Andy Kostka to the show live from the Oriole Park at Camden Yards press box to talk about all of the latest happenings at the major and minor league levels such as a string of promotions that doesn't include Adley Rutschman, the early returns from Kyle Bradish, and some great performances by Grayson R…
 
Elevé par sa mère et ses 3 soeurs Virgile, tout juste 21 ans raconte comment il s’est imposé de nombreuses barrières pour ne pas bousculer les jeunes filles avec qui il a eu ses premières expériences, afin de respecter l’éducation qu’il a reçu. Ce jeune homme sympathique s’exprime avec une auto dérision touchante sur de nombreux sujets : ses comple…
 
Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Alex Cranz discuss the most interesting laptops announced this week at Computex 2022. 33:03 - Senior reporter Liz Lopatto returns to update us on Elon Musk's deal to buy to Twitter. 1:00:30 - Gadget rumors continue in segment three. Stories discussed in this episode: Asus’ ROG Flow X16 is a big, powerful 2-in-1 gaming…
 
About a decade ago, I spent a day in neutral. Well, that’s the way it felt anyway. A better way to describe my experience is that I was fully present—and aware that I was present—as I went about my daily life. I share my insights from this day in neutral. You’ve likely experienced something similar in your adult life. And, you’ve definitely felt th…
 
What if there was no problem—right now? What if you didn’t make things into problems? This proposition may be disarming —especially if you are in the habit of always having problem—at work, with your kids, financial, health, etc. Sound familiar? What if—for a day—you didn’t make problems? What would it feel like to flow with life instead of resist …
 
In the final chapter of our Vergecast “creators series,” Alex Cranz talks with Ben Heck, who has been modding game systems and controllers since the early 2000s, which led to his project creating single-handed video game controllers. Alex also talks with Bryce Johnson, who is one of the inventors of the Xbox Adaptive Controller, the game controller…
 
What would happen if we stopped striving to improve ourselves, our space, our kids, etc? Not forever. Just for today. What if we admitted that we are in a constant state busyness fixing things (and people)? What if we just allowed everything to be as it is? How about just for today? -No improvement. -No upgrades. -No self-help. -Nothing needs to im…
 
I’ve never been a fan of the “better version of you” self-help advice rant. What if there’s no better version of yourself? How would you feel if you trusted that you already have everything you need to be your best self? What kind of energy would that free up in your life? Who would you be if you weren’t always striving to be more, to be better, to…
 
Be grateful—they say. You’ve heard it before. Practice gratitude in the morning and in the evening. Pause during the day to notice. There’s no question that having a gratitude practice can be a helpful way to remind us of what we have and don’t have. But there’s another level. It’s the feeling of grateful—in your body and specifically your heart. F…
 
Nilay Patel and David Pierce interview Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai after Google announcing a bunch of products at their I/O conference. 34:25 - Dan Seifert joins the show to discuss the hardware previewed at Google I/O 2022. 55:38 - Liz Lopatto explains "the crypto crash" in this week's Crypto Corner. 1:07:19 - Alex Cranz hops in to run t…
 
There’s a difference between being present and trying to capture what is happening in the present moment. In this quick message I share an observation of how, as a culture, we are much more likely to try to grab a special moment by documenting or recording it than actually experiencing it fully. And perhaps, just perhaps, there are moments when we …
 
Google has big visions for the future of computing. It’s working on building what it calls an ambient computer: a virtual helper that can accomplish anything, anywhere, any way you want. But that vision won’t come easy. Ahead of Google’s I/O developer conference, The Verge sat down with some of Google’s most important executives to talk about the c…
 
The world is spinning out there. We are flying through the air without a parachute. And while there is no ground beneath us, there is a ground within us. Finding and returning to our inner ground, our inner sense of stability and clarity is an important step on the path to awakening. Join my next round of IN THE ARENA – a 4-week mastermind for wome…
 
In episode two of our Vergecast "creators series," Alex Cranz talks with the creators of Ploopy, the open source trackball that has a dedicated fanbase on Reddit. Alex also talks with Chris Person, who recently wrote about Ploopy for The Verge, about how 3D printing and online communities are creating opportunities for gadget enthusiasts. Learn mor…
 
The bad news is that you’re flying through the air without a parachute. The good news is that there is no ground. That is a quote from the teacher of my teacher, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. In other words, there’s constant turbulence. And because there is no ground, all we can do is to return to our deeply stable natural state of being moment-to-mome…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob celebrate 100 episodes by talking to Executive Vice President and General Manager for the Baltimore Orioles Mike Elias about the organization's rebuild up to this point. Topics discussed are the challenges faced when he took over the position, how close the team is to turning the corner, and what the next steps are to turn the t…
 
With all my years of practice—the journaling, reading, meditation, yoga, and more… I sometimes find myself standing on shaky ground. In other words, I still get rocked. We all still get rocked. In the end, it’s how we surf our inevitable shakiness that is the difference between living in constant despair or underlying steadiness. Let’s explore toge…
 
With our 100th episode starring Mike Elias just around the corner and our pending contest for a Julio Rodriguez or Bobby Witt Jr signed baseball close to being unlocked we thought we'd give our regular listeners a taste of a podcast that we release to patrons six days a week. This daily update featured DL Hall and Adley Rutschman's final appearance…
 
Training to lighten up. I’ve been a very serious little human being for a lot of my life—very driven, very organized, very disciplined. And in that, I have often become not so fun to be around. Since training myself to lighten up more, I can now make fun of myself in a in a gentle way, in a kind way. You should try it too. Daily Whispers you might …
 
Nilay Patel and David Pierce chat with Tripp Mickle, a New York Times reporter and the author of a new book titled After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost its Soul. They talk about the rise of Jony Ive and Tim Cook, the power struggle between the two, and how Apple is grappling with everything from building a car to managin…
 
Study yourself. It will provide you with all the books you need. I read this in “When Things Fall Apart” by Pema Chodron. She suggests we study ourselves in two ways: the wisdom of how we caused ourself to suffer and the wisdom in how vast, joyful, and uncomplicated our minds are. That should keep us busy for a lifetime! Daily Whispers you might al…
 
What does overwhelm feel like in your mind? I’ve learned that becoming aware of our state of body and mind is the first step to shifting and changing and redirecting and improving and expanding! Then, we’re able to catch ourselves earlier before we go way out into despair, freeze or contraction. Study yourself. It will provide you with all the book…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome AA Bowie LHP Drew Rom onto the show to discuss his 2022 season and what it is that got him to this point as one of the system's best pitching prospects. After that, they talk about the promotions of Kyle Bradish to the majors and Creed Willems to A Delmarva, go over their players of the month for April, and shout out som…
 
For the next three weeks on Tuesdays, Verge managing editor Alex Cranz hosts some shows focused on the creator space and, in Vergecast fashion, the nerdiest part of the creator space we can think of. In this episode, Alex talks with Jacob Alexander, a member of Input Club, one of the first groups to start making their own mechanical keyboards, and …
 
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