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Voices of Data Protection is a show about the latest processes and solutions to help you manage your data, keep it safe, and stay compliant. We talk with industry experts, leaders, and program managers from Microsoft to learn how digital transformation is accelerating the need for compliance, how organizations are navigating this new landscape, and learn best-in-class practices and solutions to get your organization started and bring compliance to the next level. Learn more by visiting the M ...
 
Christian Felix and Shonali Bhowmik became fast friends while working as temporary workers at a huge law firm in Manhattan. They share a love of laughing and giving each other hell. They may be called hipsters, old school, mainstream, irreverent, classic, country, gangster, or rock n' roll. All labels apply. Special guests, music, and attitude every episode. Past guests include: Jeremy O. Harris, Chelsea Peretti, Hannibal Buress, Keisha Zollar, H Jon Benjamin, Amber Tamblyn, JD Samson, Sanji ...
 
Would you like your business — and your life — to be a lot more fun, a lot less stressful, and a lot more profitable? Do you want to sell more, lead better, be more influential, and live a life of significance? In this show, based around the Five Laws of Stratospheric Success from the international bestseller, “The Go-Giver”, you'll learn how to naturally create a life of joy and prosperity. Your host, Bob Burg, coauthor of “The Go-Giver” will share his insights and interview notables includ ...
 
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After months of climbing steadily, the number of Texans immunized against COVID-19 has plateaued. Now that half of Texans 18 and over have received at least a first dose, the number of people newly vaccinated is increasing as slowly as it did during the agonizing February freeze and power outage. What's going on? We talk with Gwen Wu of the Houston…
 
11 year-old Joshua Jeffries was sleeping in his home when he appears to have been shot by an intruder. He died a short time later, and his case remains open in Portland, Oregon today. Sources for this episode: Portland Police Department, CBS News, FindAGrave, KOIN News, and Reddit. Information about this case or any unsolved felony crime may be eli…
 
Shonali got her wisdom teeth pulled. Justin got a sun tan and Christian shares new (not exactly accurate) CDC guidelines. As more of us are vaccinated and we start to venture out more often, nature is not ready for us. We warn Christian not to watch last week's viral rabid bobcat video in which this brave husband in North Carolina rescued his wife.…
 
36-year-old Lisa McCrossan was murdered on April 26th, 2015. Her body was discovered along the side of a road near the Delaware River, and her case remains unsolved. A childhood friend told the media that Lisa was "a beautiful girl," who sang as a child, "did many good things" and will be missed by her "children and family that love her dearly." So…
 
Cindy James was found dead in a suburb of Vancouver, Canada in 1989. Over the previous seven years, she had reported over 100 incidents of harassment, assault, and other crimes against her to police. Many questions about the events leading up to her death still remain unanswered. Sources for the episode include: Edie Hockenberry via Medium.com, Mel…
 
20-year-old Lauren Andersen returned home after a trip to the gas station on November 15, 1981, then walked out the door of her parents' home and disappeared. Sources for this episode include the Minneapolis Star and Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Anyone with information about Lauren's disappearance is asked to contact the St. Louis Park, MN Police Depa…
 
Why exactly is the B.1.1.7 variant outcompeting the original virus that causes COVID-19? Why does this one seem to affect children far more often than the one we’re used to? And if a person is fully vaccinated, how much should we worry about B.1.1.7 and other variants? Today, Lisa talks with Ben Neuman, one of the world’s top experts on coronavirus…
 
Peace, Organization, Prosperity, Finances, Mindset Summary What we decide to believe about ourselves is so often what we become. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Kenya Nelson Stevens will share her thoughts and wisdom on what she calls “Peaceful Prosperity.” That and more on today’s show. Bob’s Thought of …
 
In 1993, Adam Emery was convicted of killing a 20-year-old man, Jason Bass, during a road rage incident in Rhode Island. While awaiting sentencing, Adam and his wife Elena disappeared. Adam Emery was declared legally dead in 2004, but still remains a fugitive.저자 Scott Fuller
 
Dr. Peter Hotez, Houston’s most famous vaccine expert (and Q&A regular) talks with Lisa about vaccination rates, variants and what he’s looking forward to after we make it through the summer. SPOILER ALERT: He wants sleep. Connect with Lisa on Facebook or Twitter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Mindset, Success, Attitude, Vision, Alignment Summary Are our lives really that similar to a certain classic science fiction movie? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Lisa Jimenez joins us with a powerful formula for resetting our minds and releasing our self-imposed limitations. That and more on today’s sho…
 
We are officially now a year into the pandemic! We are thankful for vaccines, our health, friends, family and this show. Catching up on the heavy: Anti-Asian Hate, Chauvin trial, voter suppression & the good stuff: seafood enchiladas, the beach and puppy time! Check out StopAAPIHate.org for ways to support the Asian American community now. Our firs…
 
On January 4, 2008, 27 year-old Graylon Williams was shot and killed behind a gas station in Marshall, Texas. His is one of 14 unsolved homicides in the small community over the past several decades. Episode source: Marshall News Messenger, and KSLA News 12. Email us: statuspendingpodcast@gmail.com Support us: www.Patreon.com/statuspending Anyone w…
 
How badly has the COVID-19 pandemic affected kids’ mental health? Mental Health America of Greater Houston recently held “listening sessions” with students, parents, teachers and administrators in the 28 Houston-area school districts that work with its Center for School Behavioral Health — and what they heard was alarming. According to Jamie Freeny…
 
Dannette Millbrook and Jeannette Millbrook, fraternal twins from Augusta, Georgia, disappeared on March 18, 1990. Episode Sources: Cold Case Project, Oxygen, and Newsbreak. The Fall Line podcast covered this case in their first season: https://www.thefalllinepodcast.com/dannetteandjeannette Email us: statuspendingpodcast@gmail.com Support us: Patre…
 
To find doses, Houstonians are hitting the road. Why is it so much easier to find vaccine elsewhere? Dr. David Lakey, a member of Texas' vaccine allocation panel explains how the doses are divvied up around the state and why you might — or might not — want to take a drive for your shot. He spoke with us Wednesday from his office in Austin. But firs…
 
16 year-old Molly Bish was working a summer job as a lifeguard in June 2000 when her mother dropped her off at a local swimming hole in Massachusetts. She was reported missing minutes later, and her murder remains unsolved. Thanks to Amanda for joining us on this episode as our first Patreon guest! Episode sources: Associated Press, NECN, and The B…
 
In this episode Bhavy speaks with John Cardarelli, Architect of the Information Protection Program at Microsoft aka Customer Zero within Microsoft's Data Protection initiatives. Listen in as John explains how his team of ten has scaled to protect over 200,000 employees at Microsoft, and the lessons that they've been able to share with customers thr…
 
Charisma, Relationships, Success, Business, Questions Summary The key to “having charisma” might just be exactly the opposite of what we think it is. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. Then in the second segment, I’ll share a suggestion on how to accomplish it. That and more on today’s show. Bob’s Thought of the Day We’ll explore: Two tr…
 
Kris Richardson was last seen on October 6, 2014 in Casper, Wyoming. There have been numerous theories touted in her disappearance, but the case remains unsolved. Episode sources: Charley Project, Jim Fisher, Casper Star-Tribune, True Crime Daily, and K2 Radio. If you have information about this case, contact the Casper Police Department: 307-235-8…
 
As adults across the U.S. begin to be vaccinated against COVID, many parents have questions about their kids. When can we expect a vaccine approved for people under 16? What are the risks of COVID to healthy young people, including athletes? Should kids wear double masks? How does COVID affect kids of different ages differently? And now that Texas …
 
A security guard at a cemetery in Tallahassee, Florida was attacked and killed while on duty. Police say they have a suspect in the case, but it remains unsolved 30 years later. Episode Sources: The Tallahassee Democrat, Florida Historical Society. Anyone having information about this case is encouraged to contact the TPD Cold Case Unit at 850-891-…
 
Ben Neuman is one of the world’s top experts on coronaviruses. He’s the Global Health Research Complex Chief Virologist at Texas A&M University. A funny and genial explainer of science, Dr. Ben got serious fast when Lisa started asking about reopening Texas and the end of Gov. Abbott's mask mandate. Question or comment? Connect with Lisa on Faceboo…
 
We are celebrating a full month of having a new POTUS in the White House, Shonali's new jumpsuit, expectant father Justin the Intern and comedian Anuvab Pal guest joining us all the way from the UK where it is 2AM. Anuvab is a comedian, screenwriter, playwright, author among many other things. We discuss finding humor in the complicated history bet…
 
Change, Values, Purpose, Leadership, Movements Summary What does it take to create and sustain transformational change? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, we’ll have a discussion with the author of a magnificent book on that very topic. That and more on today’s show. Bob’s Thought of the Day We’ll explore: W…
 
Could the winter storm have a Christmas-like effect on Houston’s COVID numbers? A&M epidemiologist Rebecca Fischer explains: "What is important to remember is that we’ve been here before. We still have a lot of infections happening every day — we’re not in the clear — and we may very well see another increase in cases as we move forward." Fischer, …
 
14-year-old Larry Phebus lived at a hotel with his brother when he disappeared in October 1962. His body was found 75 miles away several months later. Episode Sources: The North Dakota Attorney General website, FindAGrave, and Newspapers.com If you have any information about this case, contact the McKenzie County Sheriff's Department at 701-444-365…
 
Small Business, Value, Women-Owned Business, Girl Boss Summary How important is it to your self-image, and to your business’s bottom line, to walk in your value? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Amanda Buse joins us with some excellent insights and strategies on how to communicate your value to your prospe…
 
In this episode, Bhavy speaks with Nick Robinson, a strong customer advocate within Microsoft, who currently works on the eDiscovery and Investigations team for Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance. Nick’s years-long experience, listening to customers and understanding their pain points, puts him in a unique position to build the tools that custom…
 
After moving to Utah, Amy Westreicher lived with a series of friends over several months. In 2010, Amy was residing with two other people in an abandoned trailer north of Roosevelt, Utah. Following a violent confrontation, she was never seen again. Her case remains unsolved today. Episode Sources: The Charley Project, Missing Persons of America, Ma…
 
When will we get our old lives back? And what will “normal” even look like then? This week, Lisa talks with Julie Swann, an expert in vaccine supply chains and logistics, and also a COVID modeler. At North Carolina State University, she’s head of the Department of Industrial Systems and Engineering, and in 2009, she advised the Centers for Disease …
 
This week, too many Texans were stuck shivering inside our homes, wondering how our state’s electric system could fail so massively. Who’s to blame? And more important, how do we make sure this doesn’t happen again? Kaiba White deals with energy policy for Public Citizen Texas, a nonprofit that advocates for consumer issues. She spoke to us from he…
 
Ethics, Relationships, Business, Morality, Decisions Summary Deep within our hearts, we always know what the right thing to do is, don’t we? Or do we? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Rabbi Yonason Goldson joins us with some ancient wisdom that will help us to navigate through those often gray areas that l…
 
Bobby Jamison, his wife Sherilynn, and daughter Madyson all disappeared while traveling through rural Oklahoma in 2009. Authorities confirmed four years later that remains found a few miles away belonged to the family, but the circumstances of their disappearance and deaths remain a mystery today. Episode Sources: TheCharleyProject, The Medium, All…
 
Happy New Year! We survived 2020 y'all! Sure 2021 has already brought us an insurrection and an inauguration BUT here's some joy for you! Christian got a new 2021 couch (see couch background filter) and Shonali is resolute in her plan to make no 2021 New Year's resolutions. She insists you do the same! To start out 2021, we introduce you to a brigh…
 
Blind Spots, Trust, Relationships, Leadership, Limiting Beliefs Summary Knowing our weaknesses can actually put us into a position of strength. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Likky Lavji helps us cut right through those blind spots that keep us from realizing those uncomfortable but important-to-know wea…
 
Sam Anderson is back, 10 months later, discussing his 2020 pandemic writing life. We cover his Weird Al essay, his NBA bubble excursion, how closely observing something makes for a wonderful writing exercise, and! we reveal our extremely obvious One Wild Trick to getting everything done in life. Show notes: Sam Anderson on Twitter Boom Town, Sam An…
 
Maura Murray was a 21-year-old nursing student completing her junior year at the University of Massachusetts Amherst when she disappeared after crashing her car along Route 112 near Woodsville, New Hampshire on the evening of February 9, 2004. Episode Sources: CNN, Associated Press, the Boston Globe, Investigation Discovery’s 'Disappeared' Series, …
 
Health policy is always a matter of life and death — and even more so during a pandemic. This week, health economist Vivian Ho grapples with some of our moment’s big questions: How is Texas doing with its vaccine rollout? What’s baked into our state’s unusual choice to prioritize people over 65 or with underlying conditions, rather than teachers an…
 
Sam Anderson is a New York Times Magazine staff writer and the author of Boom Town, a book about the "great minor city of America" — Oklahoma City. This is part one of a two part interview. We recorded this conversation in March, 2020, just as the first lockdown of the pandemic had gone into effect. Sam Anderson on Twitter Boom Town, Sam Anderson N…
 
In this episode we speak with Mavi Etzyon-Grizer, Director of the Microsoft Information Protection and Compliance Customer Experience (CXE) Team, who helps customers from around the world use and deploy our Microsoft Security and Compliance products. Join Bhavy and Mavi as they reflect on the one-year anniversary of the customer experience team and…
 
In Episodes 1 and 2, we covered the facts surrounding the death of 9-month-old Jacob Landin in 1987, and spoke with Jacob's older brother who now advocates for the case. In Episode 3, Heather and Scott discuss their observations about the case, and comment on its lack of resolution even after more than three decades. Thank you for listening & subsc…
 
When his baby brother died in 1987, Eric Carter-Landin was 6 years old and living with his father in a different state. Now, more than 30 years later, Eric is on a mission to bring justice for Jacob. He believes that his mother's boyfriend, who was watching baby Jacob at the time, should have been charged for his brother's murder. So far, nobody ha…
 
In 1987, a 9-month-old baby boy, Jacob Landin, was taken to the hospital with significant injuries after being in the care of his mother's boyfriend. The case was investigated by authorities, and the man was arrested five years later, but he was never prosecuted. It's not clear why. Thank you for listening & subscribing to Status: Pending. Support …
 
Heather Teague was abducted while sunbathing in Kentucky on August 26, 1995, according to an eyewitness. A few suspects have been mentioned in her case, but she remains missing after more than 25 years. Episode sources: Kentucky State Police, CharleyProject, 14News, and TheGleaner. Email us: statuspendingpodcast@gmail.com…
 
At the beginning of the U.S. COVID outbreak, Peter Hotez was carefully nonpartisan, appearing on both Fox News and MSNBC. But as his horror grew about the lack of a national response to the pandemic, he sharply criticized the Trump administration. Now, it’s the Biden administration’s turn. In a Tuesday op-ed in the Washington Post, Hotez explained …
 
Confirmation Bias, Thinking, Decisions, Emotions, Beliefs Summary Imagine a world where we only accept as truth that which we already believe and ignore whatever we don’t. Actually, you need not imagine it. It’s … what we do. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. Then in the second segment, we’ll see what we can do about lessening its effec…
 
We end this grueling 2020 year with two awe-inspiring guests & Covid-19 survivors: Activist for the Homeless & Writer Shams DaBaron a.k.a. Da Homeless Hero and drummer extraordinaire & style guru Ramsey "Satellite" Jones with a special introduction by Jason "the Elf!" He discusses his flex spending account issues. Justin The Intern is here but is h…
 
5-year-old Victor "J.R." Shoemaker was attending a family reunion in rural West Virginia when he walked into the woods with two older cousins and disappeared. After several extensive searches, no trace of J.R. has ever been found. Episode sources: Associated Press, the Washington Post, the Virginian-Pilot, and the Charleston Gazette-Mail. Victor wa…
 
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