As our need for mobile and wireless connectivity becomes more essential, the technology and testing around our phones are also developing at breakneck speed. Cameras get bigger and better screens, confirming our identity becomes more seamless, and how we can quickly collaborate matches our need for connectivity on the go. This week, host Derek Burrows talks with two experts about the testing behind innovation, who's got a front-row seat watching the need for speed, and who's in the race to get us our data as fast as possible. First, Jennifer Alvarez is the CEO of Aurora Insight, an IT company that uses its proprietary technology to measure the radio frequency spectrum, and Jeremy McKinney is an associate attorney with Dunlap Codding, a law firm that specializes in intellectual property. They talk about testing in a race of innovation, the future of acceleration, and how times have changed from our flip phones in the 90s. Learn More About: 5G is not just enhanced 4g. It's going to enable brand new applications that we can only imagine. Jennifer breaks down the different “G's” and how we can drive innovation to solve problems. Aurora is agnostic of the network operator and technology, making it easy to be independent and truly reflect what the network is doing. The more data your signal can carry, the harder it is to actually transmit. How do we connect machines and get rid of all those cables and instead, enable wireless connectivity that is super fast, low latency, very reliable, yet able to communicate high bandwidths of data? How do we even begin to test tech that has to go through a sea change every time a new iteration drops? A few of the pros and cons of technology where the speed of innovation is so important. With Aurora Insight's technology, the real innovation is its ability to vacuum up all the spectrum, not just focusing on collecting cellular or LTE from a mobile network. As an associate attorney specializing in intellectual property, Jeremy is able to observe the speed of innovation firsthand. What is a standard essential patent? Aurora Insight's approach has been to make the software do all the work, and have relatively generic hardware. Resources Mentioned: NIAurora Insight Dunlap Codding
On today's show, we're looking at the New York Mets. Single-A St. Lucie and High-A Brooklyn are FULL of pitchers, including some pure lottery tickets (Calvin Ziegler, Joel Diaz) and some talented guys coming off Tommy John (RHP Matt Allan, RHP Jordany Ventura). Double-A features infielders Brett Baty and Ronny Mauricio, while Triple-A Syracuse has the top power hitters in the system, #1 (and Top 100) C Francisco Alvarez and #4 3B Mark Vientos. Find and follow LockedOn MLB Prospects on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-mlb-prospects/id1525225214 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2wzJIf26tGgVbB7rsoKyLD Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/locked-on-mlb-prospects Follow along with LockedOn MLB Prospects host Lindsay Crosby as we follow 120+ affiliated teams throughout the 2022 season! From prospect call-ups to impactful trades to the ever evolving battle for minor league living and working conditions, Lindsay is covering it all on five days a week. Available exclusively on the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the show on twitter @LockedOnFarm and email your Mailbag Monday questions to LockedOnMLBProspects@gmail.com Follow Lindsay for up to the minute details on all things Minor League Baseball: On Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrosbyBaseball Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Sports Card Investor Download the Sports Card Investor App today and easily browse over 630K cards from every sport, with hundreds more added each week . Available for free in the Google Play and Apple App stores or go to sportscardinvestor.com/lockedon. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com. And, going on now is the Blue Nile Anniversary Sale … Save up to forty percent on classic fine jewelry pieces and twenty-five percent on engagement ring settings. Shop stress free and find your forever piece. Go to BlueNile.com today. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comment et dans quel but pourrait-on faire renaître des espèces animales définitivement éteintes ? Si oui, quelles espèces privilégier ? Et pourquoi ? Quelles sont les risques de dérives ? Lionel Cavin, paléontologue, conservateur au muséum dʹhistoire naturelle de Genève et Nadir Alvarez, biologiste de lʹévolution, généticien, professeur à lʹUniversité de Genève, conservateur en chef au Muséum dʹhistoire naturelle de Genève, futur directeur du muséum cantonal des sciences naturelles à Lausanne, auteurs de " Faire revivre des espèces disparues ?" sont les invités de Céline OʹClin
What can the government do to counter "disinformation" or other statements that it believes to be false? The Supreme Court famously protected some false defamatory statements in New York Times Co. v. Sullivan and extended that holding, in United States v. Alvarez, that the First Amendment prevented the government from punishing a speaker from falsely claiming to have won military honors. Yet other false statements, such as fraud and perjury, may be punished, and recently the question of the government's power to limit false speech has assumed more prominence. In response to the Capitol attack of January 6, 2021 and President Trump's claims that the 2020 election was stolen, the governor of Washington State proposed a law punishing false speech that was likely to lead to violence. Elsewhere controversies surrounding the truth of COVID-related information have arisen and the Biden Administration's Department of Homeland Security had planned to create a board to counter disinformation. Amid free-speech outcries, the proposal was set aside, but the Administration remains focused on combating disinformation. This program will feature panelists with contrasting views of the government's authority in this field and whether efforts to limit false speech represent a threat to First Amendment values. Featuring:Harmeet K. Dhillon, Founding Partner, Dhillon Law Group Inc.Catherine Ross, Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School Eugene Volokh, Gary T. Schwartz Distinguished Professor of Law, UCLA School of LawModerator: Hon. Donald Palmer, Commissioner, U.S. Election Assistance Commission---To register, click the link above
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Keith Williamson and Henry Chambers, Managing Directors at Alvarez and Marsal. We look at the firm's Threatscape Report. Highlights of this podcast include: A. Threat 1-ABC Threats Why do you see a potential increase in anti-corruption investigations? In addition to the US under the FCPA, do you see other countries actively assisting US authorities in ABC investigations? The new DOJ Monaco Doctrine reinstates the Yates Memo, and the DOJ focuses on individuals. What does this mean for ABC investigations? What are some of the key challenges in handling investigations in China? How does this increase in ABC enforcement impact M&A? B. Threat 2-Fraud and Digital Asset Fraud Threats What are digit assets and digit asset fraud? The US has not yet released many regulations regarding cryptocurrency. What is the role of other countries in such regulation, if any? Why is the Ukraine war the first ‘digital asset war'? How have the worldwide sanctions against Russia impacted the growth and use of digit assets? What key controls and screen tools for digital assets that you advocate a company employ? C. Threat 3-Data Privacy and Data Protection What is the Personal Information Protection Law, and how does it relate to the Chinese State Secrets and Data Security Laws? How can a non-Chinese company get data out of China? What are some key components of a compliance program for this new law? How does this new law impact investigations in China? Resources Threatscape 2022 report. Keith Williamson, MD, and Head of Disputes and Investigations in Asia. Henry Chambers, Senior Director, Disputes and Investigations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, I am joined by Dr. Wilfredo Alvarez. Dr. Alvarez is an Associate Professor of Communication and Media, and Co-Coordinator of Communication and Social Justice at Utica University, and we can add the author to the list of things that Dr. Alvarez does because I had a chance to chat with him about his new book "Everyday Dirty Work: Invisibility, Communication, and Immigrant Labor." He explores how Latin American immigrant janitors communicate in predominantly White academic institutions from marginalized standpoints. Specifically, it takes a look at how custodial workers perceive, interpret, and thematize periodic messages regarding race, ethnicity, and other intersecting identities, and how those messages and overall communicative experiences affect both their work and personal lives. CLICK TO TAKE THE PODCAST SURVEY Stay in Touch with: ↳ Dr. Alvarez on Twitter ↳ Dr. Alvarez on Instagram ↳ Dr. Alvarez on Linkedin Wanna Read Dr.Alvarez's Book
On this episode Gled sits down with Alexa Alvarez from store 5715 in Abilene Tx, the Top NHM in the Leaderboard for MLS. Alexa Is currently an Operations Manager for The Walmart Neighborhood Market in Abilene, Texas. In December she will celebrate her 8th year with Walmart
Ned Keating is joined by Joshua Peck to run the rule over the back pages on July 19.On this episode:+ ten Hag's warning to Maguire over Man Utd captaincy+ Alvarez backed to emulate Aguero at Man City+ England's Lionesses prepare for Euros quarter-final
Max Alvarez of the Real News has a new book, The Work of Living. In it, he dives deep into the lives of essential workers and how they survived being essential. He'll be here this week on the Heartland Labor Forum. Then, in 1969, an NLRB lawyer's testimony undid 20 years' of labor-friendly law on […] The post Max Alvarez-The Work of Living and Revisiting Joy Silk – can the NLRB Make It Easier to Organize? appeared first on KKFI.
El prospecto de los Mets de Nueva York, Francisco Alvarez, esta a muy poco de llegar a las Grandes Ligas (MLB) y nos contó sobre el poder ya oler ese momento, su orgullo de representar a Venezuela en el Juego de Futuras Estrellas (All Star), el poder compartir este logro con su familia y lo que busca trabajar más fuerte para terminar de llegar a Las Mayores.
Welcome to Amazin' Avenue Audio (The Show), the new/old favorite from Amazin' Avenue editors Chris McShane and Brian Salvatore. This week, the Mets reaffirmed their first place status by taking two of three from the Braves. They also retired Keith Hernandez's number and lost their catcher for at least a month. Brian and Chris discuss whether it is time to call up Francisco Alvarez, some general needs for the team ahead of the All-Star Break, and lament how negative the fan base continues to be. Chris's Music Pick: Grateful Dead - Fillmore West 1969: The Complete Recordings Brian's Music Pick: The Meters - The Meters You can listen or subscribe to all of our wonderful Amazin' Avenue Audio podcasts through Apple Podcasts, where we encourage you to leave a review if you enjoy the show. It really helps! And you can find us on the Stitcher app, Spotify, or listen wherever you get podcasts. If you've got questions that you'd like us to discuss on the air, email the show at email@example.com Make sure to follow the site on Twitter (@AmazinAvenue), as Brian (@BrianNeedsaNap). and Chris (@ChrisMcShane). And, until next time, Let's Go Mets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you wanted to look into putting a LPVO on your carbine? Or maybe you have one on your carbine but are not sure how to exploit the capabilities of the optic? On this episode of the Green Ops Podcast, Luke talks with Chris Alvarez about how to use an LPVO, what LPVO he recommends, what is the optimum magnification and how to get the most out of the LPVO optic.Check out our sponsors;F3 tacticalhttps://f3tactical.com Sons of Liberty Gun Workshttps://sonsoflibertygw.comSpotter Uphttps://spotterup.comBlue Force Gearhttps://blueforcegear.comCome train with us at Green Ops. https://www.green-ops.com Follow us on Instagram:Green Ops - greenopsincLuke - Wreck_it_LukeDex - redleg_dexBrian - Shooter_Mcchristian_75Chris - Chrisalvarez580Coffee by Alex-Productions https://soundcloud.com/alexproduction...Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/3IwaQZyMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/QfADnDnhEAQ
On the latest episode of “The Show” with Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman, the guys open the podcast talking about how to potentially improve the MLB All-Star festivities. They also discuss which baseball executive they loved covering and which one they hated. Mets team president Sandy Alderson then joins the guys. Alderson talks about the team's success this season, plans at the trade deadline, Jacob deGrom's future and the Steve Cohen impact on the franchise. He also discusses Francisco Alvarez's timeline, prospects off limits, his GM Billy Eppler and the team's long-term success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Matthew 11:28-30 we see the gentleness and kindness of Christ towards us. Jesus gives us the invitation to come to Him and the promise that if we come to Him, we will find rest. In the kindness of Christ, our souls can find rest and enjoy the life God has set before us because we are no longer burdened by things we cannot control. Free from the anxious worry and burden of the eternal resting place of our souls we can enjoy the life set before us and have true happiness and peace.
A FIRST GEN ARGENTINE-AMERICAN MAMACITA Latinx Writer We had a fun chat about growing up in the Bay Area with activist parents, being a working mom in Hollywood, her experience writing for Close Enough on HBOMax, and her new short film, MAMA RETREAT! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @lalistapodcast Music: Arriba Mami - Jingle Punks
In this special collaboration with Latino USA, Maria and Julio are joined by Carlos Odio, co-founder of EquisLabs, and Tanzina Vega, award-winning journalist, to talk about the lasting impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on Latino communities across the United States ahead of the 2022 midterms. They get into the immense losses experienced by Black, Indigenous, and Latino communities from COVID-19, and reflect on how the pandemic's impact on the economy could affect voter turnout. ITT Staff Picks: A new medical journal study found that life expectancy for California's Latinos fell six years, more than other populations during the pandemic, reports Jeanne Kuang for CalMatters. David Byler answers the question, “if Democrats fail to make up ground — or lose more — with Latino voters, where would it hurt most?” in this opinion piece for the Washington Post. Democrats should be worried about losing Latino support—and not just in the obvious places, writes Geraldo Cadava, in this piece for the Atlantic. Photo credit: AP Photo/Eduardo Muñoz Alvarez, File
Dave Schultz and Michael Brauner talk to Zac Blackerby of LockedOn Auburn as well as Nick Alvarez of AL.com and John Racciatti of the John Racciatti Golf Show. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnsp/support
Nick Alvarez joins The Game Plan to update on Alabama recruiting after losing on Peter Woods to Clemson and getting a second QB in the 2023 class, Dylan Lonergan of South Carolina to go along with Eli Holstein. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnsp/support
Raheem Sterling looks like he will sign for Chelsea for around £50m. Is this brilliant business from the Blues? (Part 2, 18:50) Man City have seen some significant personnel changes. Haaland, Fernandinho, Phillips, Alvarez and others have come or gone. Will we see a different style from Pep Guardiola next term? (Part 3, 38:16) We catch up with Russ from the Brighton Rock podcast to find out the mood around the Amex after last season's success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jacob Alvarez of Garden State Mushrooms is making momentous strides towards cultivating the Fistulina Hepatica, also known as the Beefsteak Fungus.Beloved among foragers for it's raw meat like texture and tangy citrus flavor profile, the Beefsteak Fungus presents as a promising sustainable meat alternative and a nutritious flavor punch. Jacob walks us through his progress in pioneering the development of commercial cultivation techniques to make the Beefsteak Fungus more accessible to people across the country.Please consider rating & reviewing the podcast wherever you're listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eric is joined by Albie Shore to discuss the Houston Astros beating the Royals 5-2 to take the series 3-1. The Royals put up a good fight, but the Astros showed that they were the better team. While Yordan Alvarez got his 26th homer of the season, Martin Maldonaldo was the key to the game today. Justin Verlander didn't get the best defense played behind him, but he limited the damage. Locked On Astros, the daily podcast about the Houston Astros, hosted by Eric Huysman and Brett Chancey, is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Be sure to subscribe to Locked On Astros on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts, and come back every weekday morning and spend your morning commute listening to the latest Astros news and notes. Thanks for listening, and tell your friends! We now have a YouTube channel as well, so go subscribe to that as well and get us to 5k subscribers! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9fXhBb2-ZTiPwk7WNwYjzQ https://linktr.ee/LockedOnAstros Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nadie: Nadie: Absolutamente nadie: Mangú tecnológico: Grabando un episodio hablando sobre la cultura meme con Alf Alvarez, fundador y director creativo del Snack Report --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mangu-tecnolgico/message
This month, Daniel R. Goldstein, MD, Editor-in-Chief of JHLT, and the JHLT Digital Media Editors are discussing two studies from the July issue of The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, one from the LVAD domain and the other from the field of lung transplantation. You'll hear more about each of these studies, as well as the authors themselves. First, the editors speak with Paulino Alvarez, MD, from the Cleveland Clinic, about his paper entitled “Outcomes of bariatric surgery in patients with left ventricular assist devices.” Dr. Goldstein, Marty Tam, MD, and Van-Khue Ton, MD, interview Dr. Alvarez about the study, which explores how treatments for obesity alter the course after LVAD implantations. They also discuss his background studying in Argentina, the differences in training in different countries, and how to incorporate interventions like rehab and nutrition in patients post-LVAD. Next, a study on the lung transplant allocation system with co-authors Erika Lease, MD (pictured left, from the JHLT Digital Media Editorial team!) and Maryam Valapour, MD, MPP (pictured right). Drs. Lease and Valapour share details about their multidisciplinary backgrounds, and how those experiences have influenced their research careers. Then, they share details about their study: “Impact of incorporating long-term survival for calculating transplant benefit in the US lung transplant allocation system.” They discuss both components and challenges with the current US lung allocation system, then identify how their study explores the benefits of the continuous distribution of lungs (CD) allocation system. Follow along in the July issue at www.jhltonline.org/current, or, if you're an ISHLT member, log in at ishlt.org/journal-of-heart-lung-transplantation. Don't already get the Journal and want to read along? Join the International Society of Heart and Lung Transplantation at www.ishlt.org for a free subscription, or subscribe today at www.jhltonline.org. This episode of JHLT: The Podcast, but not the studies within, is sponsored by Bayer Pharmaceuticals.
Today's guests are Craig Shapiro and Tomas Alvarez Belon from Collaborative Fund. Collaborative Fund is an investment firm focused on supporting and investing in the shared future. Their funds center around two macro themes, the growth of the creative class and the concept of the collaborative economy. Recently, Collaborative Fund announced their new Shared Future Fund which provides rapid funding and useful resources to early-stage entrepreneurs working to solve the global climate crisis. It's a programmatic fund and they aim to make 100 investments of $100,000 in 2022 alone, giving a decision within 10 days of application.Craig is the Founder and Managing Partner of Collaborative Fund. He currently holds a board seat or board observer seat in several pioneering climate focused companies, including: Brimstone Energy, Dandelion Energy, Kula Bio, and Quaise Energy. Tomás is a climate investor at Collaborative Fund focused on decarbonization and the Shared Future Fund initiative. Prior to joining Collab, Tomás co-founded Canopi, a Y Combinator-backed carbon accounting startup, and was a consultant at Bain & Company. He also advises Climate Tech VC, a 20,000+ subscriber newsletter focused on climate innovation.We cover a lot in this episode, including the origin story of the firm Collaborative, how their approach has evolved over the years, and what led them to get into climate investing. We also discuss the types of risk they're comfortable with, criteria they look for, and how they think about different sectors. And we cover the Shared Future Fund, what it is, how it works, Craig and Tomas' vision for it, and how it fits in with the other things that they do as a firm. Enjoy the show!You can find me on Twitter @jjacobs22 (me), @mcjpod (podcast) or @mcjcollective (company). You can reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded June 14, 2022.
Mike Silva celebrates the 4th of July by giving the pros of cons of putting the 2022 season into the hands of top-prospect Francisco Alvarez. The decision is more complicated than many think. Can David Peterson be a sleeper prospect that propels the Mets in the second-half or fetches them what they need? He rounds out the show with another ode to Buck Showalter after his 1,600 win and his review of the Apple TV booth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Una gran promotora del deporte, la cultura y la literatura hoy recibimos en Hablemos de ... a Dejanira Álvarez, quien es la coordinadora general de la FILNYC. Fundadora del FILMINIST el primer festival anual de cine para mujeres donde creadoras y artistas comparten sus trabajos. Es también fundadora de los clubes de lectura Las Mimosas: mujeres leyendo a mujeres, y de Grana Cochinilla, un proyecto en coordinación con el Instituto Cultural de México. Conversamos de mujeres en el cine, el el deporte, los clubes de lectura y por supuesto de la Feria del libro.
Joe and Taylor invite Drew (@aok_fan) onto the show to chat about their early picks for MVP and Cy Young and run through a laundry list of excellent listener questions. Thanks for the submissions!As always, be nice to yourself, be good to each other, and go get some cake. See you next week.
Pat and PJ Episode and we're coming out of the gates firing. The Mets are still the best team in the NL sitting at 47-29. We recap the good Marlins series and bad Astros series. We talk about the ever present question: Should the Mets call up Francisco Alvarez? A weird hypothetical gets thrown out, listen to find out what it was. A new twist on the Philly Cheesesteak bet gets thrown in and we toss out our Trade Deadline targets. Without further adieu, Let's Get It Started!!!
Software development and hardware manufacturing has become increasingly globalized over the last 10 years. A single application can contain hundreds, or even thousands, of software components sourced from just as many vendors located all over the world. And each one of these components presents a potential entry point for attack. As evidenced by the Solar Winds hack, the lack of transparency in our supply chains represents a significant impediment to securing the United States' IT systems . The Biden Administration said as much with last year's Executive Order 14028, "Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity".Now, a year later, federal agencies are beginning to roll out new requirements and guidelines for contracting firms to improve the integrity of these IT supply chains and reduce systemic risk. As with much of cybersecurity, this will require comprehensive efforts throughout the federal technology ecosystem, and a careful balancing of security and ease of use.This week, The Buzz is joined by Leo Alvarez, Principal at Baker-Tilly and member of ACT-IAC's Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management (C-SCRM) Working Group. He shares some insights on what effective C-SCRM strategies look like and how these new requirements will affect the acquisitions process.Referenced in this episode:CISA C-SCRM Task ForceNIST C-SCRM PracticesACT-IAC Acquisitions C-SCRM Working GroupSubscribe on your favorite podcast platform to never miss an episode! For more from ACT-IAC, follow us on Twitter @ACTIAC or visit http://www.actiac.org.
American swimmer Anita Alvarez was competing in the World Aquatic Championships in Budapest, Hungary, when she suddenly lost consciousness and sank to the bottom of the pool. Andrea Fuentes, Alvarez's coach, immediately dove into the water and pulled Alvarez to the surface. In The Daily Article for June 24, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison considers this and two other newsworthy stories, discusses how to live a life God can bless, shows why God seeks his own glory, and why Christians must hand over all—and not just some—of themselves to God. Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe