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Episode 13: Esteban
Esteban Orozco is an accomplished screenwriter and producer. Most recently he was a writer on the hit Netflix series, â€œEl Chapo". From day one, Esteban provided us with insight into Medellin and itâ€™s culture of crime. After returning to LA, Jonathan invited Esteban to sit down to discuss and help process the experience. Neither could have predicted only two days prior, Popeye would be back in the headlines after attending a party for the most wanted man in Colombia. Website: www.TheSicarioEffect.comÂ
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Close to Home: In the Field With Amy Starecheski
What is home? Is it a physical space, a set of relationships, or a state of mind? SAPIENS host Esteban GÃ³mez follows Amy Starecheski, a researcher who has studied how squatters went legit and secured homeownership in New York City, as she seeks to answer these questions and more. With Starecheski, GÃ³mez moves through two of New Yorkâ€™s most fascinating neighborhoodsâ€”the Lower East Side in Manhattan and Mott Haven in the Bronx. They discuss how people have navigated massive restructuring and shifts in housing policy in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Â Amy Starecheski is a cultural anthropologist and an oral historian whose research focuses on the use of oral history in social movements and the politics of urban property. She holds a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from the City University of New York and is the director of the Oral History Master of Arts program at Columbia University. Starecheski is the author of Ours to Lose: When Squatters Became Homeowners in New York City and the winner of the 2016 SAPIENS-Allegra Margaret Mead writing competition with her article â€œThe Transformation of One of New York Cityâ€™s Most Famous Squats.â€ She is currently working on a public sound art project about the Bronxâ€™s Mott Haven neighborhood using oral histories. This episode of Sapiens was produced by Arielle Milkman, edited by Matthew Simonson, and hosted by Esteban GÃ³mez. Sapiens producer Paul Karolyi, producer Cat Jaffee, and House of Pod intern Lucy Soucek provided additional support. Fact-checking is by Christine Weeber, illustration is by David Williams, and all music is composed and produced by Matthew Simonson. Special thanks to 2.5 Children Inc. for use of the song â€œbuilding number 44.â€ Learn more about how humans navigate their sense of home at SAPIENS: Â The Transformation of One of New York Cityâ€™s Most Famous Squats Â Shattered Homes and Hard Choices in Post-Quake Nepal Â How Frackingâ€™s Appetite for Sand is Devouring Rural Communities SAPIENS is part of the American Anthropological Association Podcast Library.
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Cryptojacking: Bitcoin Malware with Estaban Vargas
Malware is malicious software that makes money for the creator of that software. Malware can appear onto a userâ€™s computer if that user visits a malicious website or installs malicious software by accident. There are many types of malware. Spyware sits on your machine and logs your data in order to sell it. Ransomware can The post Cryptojacking: Bitcoin Malware with Estaban Vargas appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.