Podcast

The Big Data Revolution

The Big Data Revolution! Have you heard this buzzword? In this episode, Tony and Marc talk about what “big data” means to them and some of the practical uses of it. The two describe how they first heard about it and also discuss the future of big data.

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3 Ways to Avoid Fees When Traveling Abroad

We all hate paying fees, especially when traveling. In this week’s episode, Tony reveals his three best tips for avoiding fees when traveling. Learn how to avoid foreign transaction fees, ATM fees, and how to get the best exchange rate.

  1. Avoid foreign transaction fees with a 0% foreign transaction fee credit card from Chase
  2. Don’t pay ATM fees with the Schwab Bank High Yield Investor Checking Account debit card
  3. Get the best exchange rate by always choosing to pay in the local currency when traveling

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Traveling to Rome on a Budget

You never know how to get around Rome until someone tells you how and in this episode Tony and Marc give you the best insight on how to save money when traveling to Rome, Italy. They discuss their favorite tourist spots and how to get to multiple attractions for cheaper than usual. They also go into how to avoid lines at the tourist spots and the best ways to get around the city to maximize your time in the eternal city.

[Tony’s favorite Hostel EVER!] (http://www.dreamingromehostel.com/)
[Marc’s Rome Hotel] (https://www.pantheondimoradeglidei.com/boutique-hotel-pantheon-historical-centre-of-rome.htm)
[Marc’s Colosseum Picture] (https://www.instagram.com/p/Bmgasx5hGx/?utmsource=igweboptionssharesheet)

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Intro/Outro Music: Voyage by Ikson

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Autonomous Cars

In this episode Marc and Tony continue their talk of new automotive technology with their discussion about autonomous or self-driving cars. They talk about the companies developing this technology, the technology used to make a car drive by itself, and some of the mainstream concerns about self-driving cars. Tony also explains to Marc how he thinks the software of self-driving cars work and gives his expectations of the future for car autonomy. Also, a special guest stops by to give some input on this discussion…have a listen and find out who it is!

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Intro/Outro Music: Voyage by Ikson

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Electric Cars

In this episode Marc and Tony talk about the electric car movement and why these high-priced vehicles are attractive options for people looking to get into the electric car field. They discuss some of the pros and cons of electric cars and also a couple of tidbits about the battle between gasoline and electricity. If you’re interested in purchasing an electric car and have no idea how they work then take a listen and dream of driving that Tesla!

Shownotes at http://the4501podcast.com/19

Why You Should Try a Social Media Clense

In this episode Tony talks to Marc about his social media addiction and the steps he’s taking to stop it. The two also talk about why Marc left social media and how he feels about this decision. Is a social media cleanse right for you? Have a listen and decide for yourself and while we’re on the subject of social media…how about giving us a follow down below!

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Backpacking India

In early 2018, Tony went on a 5 week backpacking India adventure. During his time traveling through India, Tony visited a dozen different cities.

In addition to seeing the obligatory Taj Mahal, Tony slept under the stars in the desert, celebrated the Holi festival, walked through the streets of slums, and even played a British soldier as an extra on a Bollywood movie set.

While this week’s episode is a bit long, it’s packed full of valuable information on backpacking India. Chances are that by the end of the episode, you will want to go on your on trip through India.

Tony Florida on Bollywood movie set as a British soldierJaisalmer India camel safariBathing in Ganges in Varanasi India
Jodpur panorama blue city
Tony Florida at Taj Mahal

Resources

Shownotes at http://the4501podcast.com/17

Why You Should Go On a Cruise to Alaska

Hubbard Glacier in Alaska

Back in 2016, Marc and Tony separately went on Alaska cruises… at the same time. Marc and his family sailed on Celebrity Cruise Lines while Tony toured around on Royal Caribbean. They both agree that cruising is the most economical and most relaxing way to see Alaska.

Join us in this week’s episode as we reminisce on our 8 day Alaska cruises where we got a chance to see Ketchikan, Icy Strait Point, Juneau, Skagway, Seward, and the Hubbard Glacier.

Pictures from Tony’s Alaska Cruise

Radiance of the Seas Royal Caribbean cruise in AlaskaWelcome to Alaska sign outside of Skagway at the Yukon Territory borderNorthern lights in Alaska outside of Denali

Resources

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Tony Returns From Australia & New Zealand – Part 2

After nearly 3 months down under, Tony returns from his Australia and New Zealand backpacking trip. In part 2 of this two part series, Marc interviews Tony now that he’s back in the states to see how his trip went and to compare his expectations versus reality.

Resources

Here are a few blog posts that Tony wrote about his backpacking trip to Australia and New Zealand.
* Free one-way rental car relocation in Australia: https://tonyflorida.com/transfercar-review/
* Seeing Australia in a JUCY campervan: https://tonyflorida.com/jucy-van-rentals/
* Black water rafting and glow worms: https://tonyflorida.com/black-water-rafting/

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How To Make a Website For Beginners

Ever wonder how to build a website? In this episode, Tony—someone who has built and maintains multiple websites—teaches you exactly what you need to do in order to get your website up and running. Topics such as domain names, website hosting, and WordPress are all covered. By the end of this episode, you’ll have enough knowledge to start your own website.

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