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Blessed is She The Gathering Place
Right Ordered Love // TGP Episode 134

Blessed is She The Gathering Place

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 36:50


This one is close to the heart for us. Jenna and I both suffered so much and so long with sexual sin and we want you to know that if you have too, you're not alone. That if you are struggling now, you are not alone. Whether it's in your past or in this moment, Jesus wants you to know that He is a Savior, Healer, and Deliverer. He came to save you. He wants to heal you. He will deliver you. We'd love to share our stories and pray that the grace of God washes over you on this week's episode of the Gathering Place. Watch over on Youtube or listen on your podcast app. Then share it with a friend? We can't wait for you both to come out of the darkness and step into His light right alongside us.Here's to healing and wholeness in Jesus' name, ❤️BD

Beared Down
Should the Chicago Bears bring in Brian Flores as their next head coach? Here's our thoughts (2021)

Beared Down

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 22:44


Welcome to the Beared Down YT Channel! We are a multimedia brand devoted to all things Chicago Bears. We are excited to bring you fans Bears news, opinions, podcasts, and more! -2021-22 Season Partners MyBookie: Head to https://mybookie.ag today and use our promo code “BD” and instantly receive double your first deposit, that's double your funds, to double your winnings. Bet anything, anytime, and anywhere with MyBookie this NFL season!-CBDX: cbdx.com is not your average CBD company. We've all tried CBD – none of it is like “the real deal”. CBDX is “the real deal”! Right now, our listeners get 20% off their orders with promo code “BD”. All products look, smell, taste, and FEEL the same… And they all actually work. CBDX Loves football & that's why they are here. Get 20% off + A free gift when our listeners use promo code “BD” at CBDX.COM. -Today, we are back with another episode of Beared Down Uncut! In Episode 170 of Uncut, the boys are back discussing whether or not the Bears should bring in former Dolphins coach Brian Flores! Can Flores pan out his previous issues and make Chicago a winning culture? Could he bring in a sufficient OC for Justin Fields? Tune in to hear Chris, Parth, and Jaylen share their thoughts on Coach Flores! -For more content from the crew including articles, opinions, and more, head to BearedDown.com

Beared Down
Reacting to the Chicago Bears firing Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace (2021)

Beared Down

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 27:20


Welcome to the Beared Down YT Channel! We are a multimedia brand devoted to all things Chicago Bears. We are excited to bring you fans Bears news, opinions, podcasts, and more!-2021-22 Season Partners MyBookie: Head to https://mybookie.ag today and use our promo code “BD” and instantly receive double your first deposit, that's double your funds, to double your winnings. Bet anything, anytime, and anywhere with MyBookie this NFL season! -CBDX: cbdx.com is not your average CBD company. We've all tried CBD – none of it is like “the real deal”. CBDX is “the real deal”! Right now, our listeners get 20% off their orders with promo code “BD”. All products look, smell, taste, and FEEL the same… And they all actually work. CBDX Loves football & that's why they are here. Get 20% off + A free gift when our listeners use promo code “BD” at CBDX.COM. -Today, we are back with another episode of Beared Down Uncut! In Episode 169 of Uncut, the boys are back reacting to the news that Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace were FIRED! Did the Pace move make sense? What's next for Ted Phillips in Chicago? Tune in to hear Chris, Parth, and Jaylen share their thoughts on this expected bombshell out of Chicago!-For more content from the crew including articles, opinions, and more, head to BearedDown.com

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space
The UK's hidden life science gem

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 28:22


In this episode of Molecule to Market, you'll go inside the outsourcing space of the global drug development sector with Michelle Duggan, Inward Investment Manager, Invest North East England. Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Michelle, covering: Why is North East England becoming a UK hot spot for Health and Life Sciences. Collaborating and breaking down barriers to help create a super cluster of life sciences. The academic and industrial heartbeat that makes the region so attractive to CDMOs and major supply chain players. Michelle Duggan has been an inward investment manager at invest North East England since January 2021. In 2016 to 2020 she was previously appointed as Partnership manager of Newcastle University where she was responsible for cultivating and maintaining relationships among business partners.    Her devotion to the North East is unmatched across her extensive career. With her other previous position as economic advisor at North East Local Enterprise Partnership she helped place where businesses invest, grow and prosper - delivering more and better jobs for everyone.   Please subscribe, tell your industry colleagues and join us in celebrating and promoting the value and importance of the global life science outsourcing space. We'd also appreciate a positive rating!   Molecule to Market is funded by ramarketing. An international content, design and digital agency that helps companies in life sciences get noticed.   We are also proudly supported by Zymewire, which is the leader in actionable sales intelligence for life science Business development professionals. In fact, thousands of life science BD professionals start their day with sales signals from Zymewire. Learn more at tryzymewire.com

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
Hawkeye : tir manqué pour Marvel Studios ?

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 153:00


L'année 2022 ne fait que commencer et les podcasts ne sont pas prêts de s'arrêter ! On enchaîne avec une nouvelle émission du format On Screen dédié à Hawkeye, la dernière série en date de Marvel Studios pour Disney+ ! Une série qui a amené plusieurs personnages dans le MCU et qui en a même fait revenir de lointaines contrées... mais tout cela suffit-il à faire une bonne série ? Discutons-en ! Hawkeye : le débrief en podcast ! On vous l'avoue : on ne pensait pas passer 2h30 à discuter de la série Hawkeye. Mais il y a pas mal de choses au final, tant sur la série qu'autour du projet et du MCU dans son ensemble, à dire, qu'avec l'ami Spleenter (qui est décidément toujours là dès qu'on parle d'adaptation) on a décidé de se faire plaisir. Et on espère que ça vous fera plaisir aussi ! Vous vous doutez bien qu'il y aura quelques vannes dans la foulée, mais détrompez-vous : si le sel est parfois de la partie, il ne s'agit pas du tout d'un podcast véhément !  Comme toujours, si nos podcasts vous plaisent, on vous invitera à partager nos podcasts sur vos réseaux sociaux et partout ailleurs, et à faire savoir que les podcasts vous plaisent. Mettez des petites notes ou des commentaires sympa sur nos différentes plateformes. Parlez en autour de vous, bref, faites vivre le podcast ! Merci de votre écoute et à bientôt pour la prochaine émission !  --Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra   Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

Les concerts d'inter
Sapho, Alma Elste et Claire Diterzi

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 54:54


durée : 00:54:54 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club ! - Sapho : Chanteuse, romancière et poétesse

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'
N'écoutez pas cette émission, la suite !!! – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC – Saison 7 épisode 15

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022


Bonne année à tous ! Pour fêter l'arrivée de 2022, nous enchaînons avec une seconde émission incroyablement vide. Cette fois encore, vous n'apprendrez rien et même si ce n'est pas une bonne résolution, on en... L'article N'écoutez pas cette émission, la suite !!! – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC – Saison 7 épisode 15 est apparu en premier sur La 5e de Couv' - Le podcast de débat autour du manga !.

Les derniers podcasts de la RTBF.be
Entrez sans frapper 04/01/2022 - Geneviève Damas/Ibrahim Maalouf/Gorian Delpâture/Xavier Vanbuggenhout

Les derniers podcasts de la RTBF.be

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 60:09


Nouvelle écoute du coup de cœur de Gorian Delpâture : « Après » de Stephen King (Ed. Albin Michel). Geneviève Damas pour la pièce « Quand tu es revenu », à voir au Théâtre de Liège du 11/01/2022 au 15/01/2022. Auteure et comédienne, Geneviève Damas scanne ici la notion de couple traditionnel ordinairement escortée de fluctuations bizarres, d'ajustements désopilants. Pilier de notre organisation sociale, structure tant de protection que d'oppression, le couple ne se confond ni avec l'amour, ni avec la famille - bien qu'il s'apparente aux deux - mais s'assimile par contre à l'idée de liberté. Dans la mise en scène fine et joyeuse de Guillemette Laurent, cette variation ludique tresse réalité, fiction, mythologie, faits divers, décuplant ainsi les optiques de la façon d'être au monde à deux. C'est l'histoire d'aventuriers qui, comme Ulysse, ont fait un long voyage et après avoir arpenté le monde, aspirent à regagner leur foyer. Celle d'héroïnes qui, une fois qu'elles ont goûté à l'indépendance, roulé leur bosse, rechignent à retrouver l'homme aimé et à se dessaisir du pactole du pouvoir, des rêves. Geneviève Damas et Jan Hammenecker revisitent le séculaire affrontement entre hommes et femmes qui s'aiment tout en désirant vivre libres. C'est allègrement que le tandem de choc va se défouler dans un débat aussi jubilatoire qu'explosif. Nouvelle diffusion des sorties BD avec Xavier Vanbuggenhout : « Goupil ou Face » de Lou Lubie (Ed. Delcourt) et « Fun Girl » de Elizabeth Pich (Ed. Les Requins Marteaux). Ibrahim Maalouf pour son livre « Petite philosophie de l'improvisation » (Éditions des Équateurs). «?Faites ce que vous voulez !?» C'est à partir de ce mantra qu'Ibrahim Maalouf ouvre ses cours d'improvisation. Pourquoi est-il si urgent de renouer avec l'art d'improviser?? Un enfant invente naturellement avec plus de liberté qu'un adulte. Cette liberté pourtant se perd au fil de nos apprentissages. Or, au-delà de la musique, l'improvisation est une véritable philosophie de vie, de connaissance de l'Autre et de soi, de dépassement de nos peurs et de l'inconnu. La création musicale, sa double culture -?libanaise et française?-, son histoire personnelle, son rôle de fils et de père, de professeur, ses rencontres, les joies et les tragédies qui façonnent nos vies ont sans doute contribué et encouragé cette réflexion. Avec passion et humilité, le célèbre trompettiste partage ses expériences, ses conseils et propose des pistes nouvelles pour une société plus à l'écoute de l'essentiel et des vibrations du monde. Feuilleton « Les grands méchants de la fiction » de Gorian Delpâture, épisode 22 : la momie.

Les concerts d'inter
Perez, Gwendoline et Joseph Schiano di Lombo

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 55:21


durée : 00:55:21 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
Front Page : l'actualité comics de décembre 2021 #3 (sur 3) !

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 178:00


BONNE ANNÉE !! On est ravis de vous proposer ce premier podcast de 2022, mais avant d'entamer la nouvelle année, il nous faut encore revenir sur l'actualité comics de fin 2021. Cela tombe très bien puisque nous avons une nouvelle fois repris nos micros pour une émission Front Page on ne peut plus chargée !  L'actualité comics de fin d'année est dense !  Ainsi, toujours en compagnie de l'ami Corentin, c'est un nouveau débrief d'actualité comics particulièrement chargé qui s'offre à vous, à écouter d'une traite ou (vraisemblablement) en plusieurs fois, en fonction de vos trajets, de votre temps de sport ou de vaisselle, en fonction de ce que vous faites lorsque vous nous écoutez ! Deux heures consacrées à la bande dessinée, une autre pour les adaptations : on sait qu'on est parfois trop longs, mais on espère que le résultat vous satisfaira malgré tout, le but étant d'aller dans le fond de chaque sujet !  Comme toujours, si vous appréciez le travail fourni sur le podcast, on vous invitera à partager partout où c'est possible nos émissions, et vous pouvez également réagir à tous les sujets dans l'espace commentaire du site, ou sur nos réseaux sociaux. Très bonne écoute à vous, et à bientôt pour le prochain podcast !   Le Programme  COMICS - 03:00  Il n'y aura pas de FIBD en janvier 2022 Komics Initiative poursuit ses annonces pour 2022 LowReader : la nouvelle anthologie du Label 619 est annoncée ! Les Lumberjanes reviennent en France avec Kinaye ! La Brigade Chimérique fait son retour chez Delcourt Green Lantern Corps arrive en trois tomes chez Urban Comics Panini Comics détaille son programme Must Have 2022 Dark Horse est racheté par le géant Embracer  Le roman graphique Starhenge de Liam Sharp s'annonce fabuleux AWA Studios annonce Hit Me de Christa Faust et Priscilla Petraites Humanoids prépare trois spin-offs de L'Incal L'univers Radiant Black s'agrandit avec deux spin-offs colorés Armorclads : enfin une nouvelle série originale chez Valiant ! Le Punisher est de retour avec Jason Aaron chez Marvel Banner of War : qui c'est le plus fort entre Hulk et Thor ?  TV - 2:00:25  Une série d'animation Legion of Super-Heroes par Brian M. Bendis Un nouveau trailer pour la série Peacemaker  Disney+ adapte American Born Chinese par Destin Daniel Cretton  CINEMA - 2:13:30  The Flash : des anciens de Man of Steel listés au casting, et des rumeurs en pagaille 2h19 Des spin-offs à Black Adam déjà en préparation Le premier trailer de Doctor Strange 2 est tombé The Batman corrige tout le monde avec son nouveau trailer  --Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra   Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
Harley Quinn : un délice d'animation pour adultes !

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 129:43


C'est le dernier podcast que l'on met en ligne en 2021 ! Pour bien conclure cette année faste en émissions, on fait appel à la bonne humeur avec ce podcast consacré à la série d'animation Harley Quinn, petite pépite venue de DC Universe et rapatriée sur HBO Max. En France, la série est disponible légalement sur Toonami, et on ne pouvait manquer de cette occasion pour vous en dire tout le bien qu'on en a pensé !  Harley Quinn, petite pépite animée  Nous nous réunissons donc en bien bonne compagnie avec des invité(e)s parmi nos plus fidèles, avec les First Print Sirens (si vous nous permettez l'expression) que sont Océane, Phobos et Vesper, avec également le vénérable Spleenter qui commence tout simplement à faire partie du décor régulier des émissions. On vous propose donc une longue discussion sur la série Harley Quinn, ses nombreuses qualités, le bien qu'elle fait pour l'animation pour adultes dans les univers de super-héros, dans une ambiance on ne peut plus joyeuse - parfait pour accompagner ces temps moroses et les redorer un peu !  Comme toujours, on espère que nos émissions sur les comics et leurs adaptations vous plaisent, n'hésitez pas à nous dire si vous avez regardé Harley Quinn et ce que vous en avez pensé ! L'espace commentaire est là pour ça ! Aussi, vous pouvez partager nos émissions sur les réseaux sociaux et apporter du soutien sur Tipeee pour pérenniser ce podcast sur l'année à venir ! Merci de votre écoute, et à bientôt pour la poursuite (pas de pause prévue sur 2022 pour le moment !).  --Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra   Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

Les derniers podcasts de la RTBF.be
Tendances Première : Le Dossier - L’Incroyable Histoire de la Cuisine (Les Arènes BD)

Les derniers podcasts de la RTBF.be

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 32:46


Après le vin, c'est au tour de la cuisine d'apparaître au menu de la collection "L'incroyable histoire" des Arènes BD. De la Préhistoire à nos jours, un tour d'horizon gourmand pour découvrir les grandes étapes de l'évolution des goûts et des pratiques culinaires de l'humanité. De celles des premières civilisations mésopotamienne, égyptienne, chinoise, indienne, méso-américaine aux cuisines grecques et romaines qui ont laissé de riches traces archéologiques et littéraires. On en parle avec Benoist Simmat, co-auteur avec Stéphane Douay, de L'Incroyable Histoire de la Cuisine (Les Arènes BD) et Pierre Leclercq, historien de l'alimentation, membre du Centre de gastronomie historique (Bruxelles) et collaborateur scientifique de l'ULiège.

Les concerts d'inter
Laura Cahen, Rover et les Nouveautés Pop

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 55:39


durée : 00:55:39 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans
Tape Don't Lie - Raiders Wk 16 Review

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 53:27


Marcus and BD break down the Raiders win over the Broncos in week 16. The run blocking vastly improved, Jacobs a different player after the fumble. On defense, Darius Philon shined in run defense, while Trufant answered the call in pass coverage despite a heavy barrage of enemy fire aimed his way. We talk about it all and much more in this week's Tape Don't Lie film review episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Matin Première
Les coups de coeurs des chroniqueurs - Bande dessinées avec Thierry Bellefroid - 30/12/2021

Matin Première

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 6:25


Thierry BELLEFROID pour ses coups de cœur BD de l'année.

Les derniers podcasts de la RTBF.be
Les coups de coeurs des chroniqueurs - Bande dessinées avec Thierry Bellefroid

Les derniers podcasts de la RTBF.be

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 6:25


Thierry BELLEFROID pour ses coups de cœur BD de l'année.

Les concerts d'inter
Vladimir Cosma, Albin De La Simone et les Nouveautés Nouvelles

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 55:17


durée : 00:55:17 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

Les concerts d'inter
Carte blanche à Bernard Lavilliers avec Terrenoire et Romain Humeau

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 54:42


durée : 00:54:42 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

Culture en direct
Art Spiegelman : "La BD est mon obsession : ma loupe, ma façon de regarder le monde"

Culture en direct

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 43:32


durée : 00:43:32 - Par les temps qui courent - par : Mathilde Wagman, Marie Richeux - Rencontre avec le grand illustrateur américain, lauréat du prix Pulitzer en 1992 pour sa bande dessinée "Maus" et de passage à Paris à l'occasion de deux expositions: l'une autour de "Parade" de Si Lewen au MAHJ, l'autre à partir de ses illustrations du livre "Street cop" de Robert Coover. - invités : Art Spiegelman

Par les temps qui courent
Art Spiegelman : "La BD est mon obsession : ma loupe, ma façon de regarder le monde"

Par les temps qui courent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 43:32


durée : 00:43:32 - Par les temps qui courent - par : Mathilde Wagman, Marie Richeux - Rencontre avec le grand illustrateur américain, lauréat du prix Pulitzer en 1992 pour sa bande dessinée "Maus" et de passage à Paris à l'occasion de deux expositions: l'une autour de "Parade" de Si Lewen au MAHJ, l'autre à partir de ses illustrations du livre "Street cop" de Robert Coover. - invités : Art Spiegelman

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'
N'écoutez pas cette émission !!! – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC – Saison 7 épisode 14

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


À l'occasion des fêtes de fin d'années, nous avons préparé une émission incroyablement vide. La plupart d'entre vous ne vont pas apprendre grand-chose, et ça tombe bien, ce n'est pas le but. Pour cette fin... L'article N’écoutez pas cette émission !!! – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC – Saison 7 épisode 14 est apparu en premier sur La 5e de Couv' - Le podcast de débat autour du manga !.

Future Construct
Ryan Denehy: Revolutionizing IT With Simplicity and Efficiency at Electric

Future Construct

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 28:04


In this week's episode of the Future Construct Podcast (35 min interview), we are excited to feature Ryan Denehy, Founder and CEO of Electric. Ryan is a serial entrepreneur with three ventures and two exits to public companies. Ryan has served as an investor and hands-on advisor to numerous brands including Stadium Goods, Blackbird, and Anchor Worldwide. He has attained a broad level of experience in all aspects of revenue strategy through direct sales, channel sales, BD and M&A. He also has the proven ability to develop a vision, build the team, and get the job done in developing ideas into businesses.Electric is on a mission to revolutionize IT by making it simple, effortless, & lightning-fast for businesses everywhere. Through a "first of its kind" technology, paired with an elite squadron of IT technicians, Electric delivers lightning-fast IT support. Whether you're remote or onsite, Electric provides real-time issue resolution, security at the device, app and network levels, employee onboarding/offboarding and IT management. Founded in New York City in 2016, Electric is a Series D startup backed by Atreides Management, Bessemer Venture Partners, Primary Venture Partners, 01 Advisors, Greenspring Associates, Vintage Investment Partners and Slack.Highlights of Ryan's interview with host Amy Peck (@AmyPeckXR) include:The challenges Ryan is seeing in the AEC industry around IT concerns and some of the ways Electric able to help solve thatSome of the ways that mid-size companies can look at how to grow or how to pivotWhere the puck is going in a lot of the major businesses and opportunities in immersive technologyThe impact that [our recent world health obstacle] has had on Electric, during a growth cycleSHOW NOTES0:37  Amy Peck introduces Ryan Denehy, Founder and CEO at Electric.05:36  What do you think are some of the ways that mid-size companies can look at how to grow or how to pivot?8:42  And so without giving away your next company, what are some of trends? Where is the puck going in a lot of the businesses that we're all think about? Let's take immersive technology, do you see some opportunities there?12:17  So we have a pretty broad audience in the AEC realm. I'm really curious on some of the challenges you're seeing in that industry around IT concerns and some of the ways you're able to help solve that?21:19  So how has the situation that we're hopefully at the tail end of, how  did that impact your company, because it fell squarely in the middle of your growth cycle? Was that impactful in a positive way, negative, neutral?25:40  If you could project yourself 20, 25 years into the future, besides the next two or three companies you will have built by then, and if you bring with you any kind of gadget or service that would make your life better or make you personally happy, what would it be and what would it do?

Action for Results
#006 - BD & Moderna Leader's Agenda Panel | Beth McCombs & Kate Cronin

Action for Results

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 52:43


On this episode of the Leader's Agenda, Beth McCombs, the CTO of Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD), and Kate Cronin, the Chief Brand Officer of Moderna, sit down with Tarja Huuskonen to talk about their career paths and learnings throughout their careers in Life Sciences. They provide tips on how they navigate culture, practice their own styles of leadership, and even share a few insights into their day-to-day work. Listen in and enjoy the latest episode of the Leader's Agenda!

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
HiComics : Bilan 2021 et regard sur 2022, avec Sullivan Rouaud [SuperFriends]

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 78:34


A l'heure où nous publions ce podcast, l'année touche à sa fin et nous n'avons pas encore fini, loin de là, notre tour de France des éditeurs de comics VF. Mais on s'accroche, et on finira par aller au bout de tout ce que l'on peut faire. Profitant d'une de ses venues sur Paris, on est allé séquestrer une fois de plus Sullivan Rouaud, directeur de collection chez HiComics, pour faire le point sur son programme éditorial de 2022 - avec un bilan sur l'année écoulée en introduction.  Le programme HiComics de 2022  Des nouvelles acquisitions en comics de licence avec The Witcher et tout un tas de comics indé' annoncés, il y largement de quoi discuter sur le programme de l'année à venir du côté de HiComics, avec la verve et le franc-parler de Sullivan Rouaud dont vous êtes, je crois, friands. De quoi cibler vos prochaines lectures, avec une cuvée 2022 qui, en tous les cas, fera partie de nos Back Issues, à n'en pas douter !    On espère que vous appréciez toujours nos émissions, particulièrement les SuperFriends qui nous tiennent toujours à coeur, d'autant plus quand on peut vous emmener dans les coulisses du milieu comics VF. Faites le savoir si vous souhaitez qu'on continue, partagez les podcasts et si vous le souhaitez/pouvez, notre page Tipeee est toujours ouverte ! Bonne écoute, et à très bientôt pour le prochain podcast !   --Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra   Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

Les concerts d'inter
La radio a 100 ans : Barbara Carlotti et Arthur H

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 54:56


durée : 00:54:56 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans
Tape Don't Lie - Week 16 Instant Reaction

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 32:18


Marcus and BD discuss the Raiders haphazard win over the Denver Broncos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Finscale
#82 - Adrien Choquet (Gimar&Co) - Les « Fusac » dans la FinTech

Finscale

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 38:05


Que ce soit pour rapidement recruter ses équipes ou pour réaliser du "build up", la Banque d'affaire est un allié clef pour réaliser ses acquisitions. L'éclairage d'Adrien sur le Secteur est particulièrement intéressant pour comprendre les différentes stratégies déployées par les start-ups, les scale-ups et les fonds de Private Equity. Nous parcourons différents "use case" : Les acquisitions par "hack hiring", les opérations opportunistes de croissance, les réflexions de "build up" de gros fonds comme Carlyle ou KKR. Nous apprenons que les FinTech comme Revolut ne se sont professionnalisées que très récemment pour être à même de mener une stratégie d'acquisition essentielle pour ouvrir de nouveaux marchés et rapidement accélérer leur développement. Nous détaillons la dernière le cas de Pledg à laquelle Gimar a participé et comprenons comment la transaction a été structurée. Une levée mixant l'Equity et la dette très appropriée dans le "Buy Now Pay Later". Adrien nous explique que certains fonds comme Viola Ventures ont ainsi créé un fonds de crédit pour répondre aux besoins des sociétés de son portefeuille. Bonne écoute à tous !! La recommandation de BD de l'invité : Carbone et Silicium de Mathieu Balbet Pour contacter Gimar : site. Le contact d'Adrien Choquet : LinkedIn. Pour soutenir Finscale : S'abonner au podcast pour écouter le prochain épisode Mettre 5 étoiles sur Apple podcast pour aider d'autres personnes à découvrir ce podcast Belle écoute et à la semaine prochaine !

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
Once & Future, Invisible Kingdom, Tony Chu, Non-Stop Spider-Man et DCeased 2 : le Back Issues de Noël est de sortie ! [Back Issues VF

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 59:25


Joyeux Noël tout le monde ! On espère que les comics VF (ou VO) ont été nombreux sous votre sapin ou que vous vous êtes récemment fait plaisir. Parce que les sorties sont toujours légion, on profite d'un bref temps de repos pour vous sortir un nouveau Back Issues consacrés à quelques nouveautés sorties chez nos éditeurs français préférés. En route !  Comics VF : de l'indé et une touche de super-héros  Au programme, beaucoup d'indé' parmi les titres sélectionnés, avec l'incontournable Tony Chu qui ressort en grosse intégrale, des poursuites de séries qu'on avait déjà abordées (Once & Future, Invisible Kingdom) et qui méritaient une nouvelle mise en avant, et une touche de super-héros avec Non-Stop Spider-Man et DCeased 2, histoire d'aller piocher quelques bonnes histoires dans le super-héros mainstream ! Quelle que soit votre appétence, il y a a priori toujours quelque chose qui devrait vous plaire dans la diversité de la bd américaine !  On espère comme d'habitude que nos émissions vous plaisent. N'hésitez pas à nous dire ce que vous avez lu/reçu en cette fin d'année, si les comics chroniqués vous intéressent ou non, et ce que vous pensez de ces formats de façon générale. Vous pouvez également soutenir le podcast à la fois en partageant les émissions sur les réseaux sociaux, mais aussi plus directement via notre page Tipeee. Très bonne écoute, et à bientôt pour le prochain podcast !  Le Programme  Les liens vous renvoient chez notre partenaire Comics Zone. Une commande chez eux marquera votre soutien à un libraire indépendant, et nous filera aussi un petit coup de pouce !  Once & Future Tome 3 - 02:00 Invisible Kingdom Tome 3 - 12:30 Non-Stop Spider-Man - 24:40 DCeased 2 - 35:35 Tony Chu : Gargantuesque Edition T1 - 48:45  --  Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra  Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

Les concerts d'inter
Marlène Saldana & Jonathan Drillet et John Lord Fonda

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 54:59


durée : 00:54:59 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

SPOILERS l'émission
Jour 24 · La reco série de... Boulet · Calendrier de l'Avent SPOILERS 2021

SPOILERS l'émission

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 5:36


C'est déjà la fin de notre Calendrier de l'Avent ! Pour ce dernier jour, ce n'est ni plus ni moins que Boulet qui vient rappeler la mini-série fantastique The Lost Room à votre bon souvenir. Si il était encore nécéssaire de présenter Boulet, précisons que cet illustre auteur, dessinateur et illustrateur est depuis toujours passionné des genres de l'imaginaire comment l'atteste ses BD ou l'émission qu'il co-anime mensuellement avec Thomas Hercouët, Les Nouilles Nampantes. The Lost Room est une mini-série fantastique diffusée sur SciFi en 2016. La série est disponible en France sur Prime Video. Suivre Boulet et ses projets : • Explorer le blog de Boulet• Découvrez Rogaton, le dernier livre de Boulet• Suivez Boulet en live sur Twitch• Découvrez les strips quotidien de Boulet sur Instagram - Merci à tous et à toutes d'avoir suivi notre calendrier de l'avent ! Nous sommes heureux et très fiers d'avoir pu réunir autant de personnes de talent pour vous proposer 19 recommandations de séries SF, fantastique ou de Fantasy et terminer ainsi l'année d'une très belle manière. Passez d'excellentes fêtes, prenez soin de vous et de vos proches, on se retrouve en 2022 pour une toute nouvelle année pleine de nouveaux imaginaires à découvrir, d'épisodes à déguster et de thématiques sérielles à explorer.

Les concerts d'inter
No one is innocent et Philippe Manoeuvre

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 54:54


durée : 00:54:54 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans
Tape Don't Lie - Raiders Wk 15 Review - Raiders win in Cleveland

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 66:52


Marcus and BD breakdown the Raiders game from Sunday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Les concerts d'inter
Feu ! Chatterton et Renaud Letang

Les concerts d'inter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 56:13


durée : 00:56:13 - Côté club - par : Laurent Goumarre - Côté Club, le rendez-vous de toute la scène française et plus si affinités. Une heure pour faire le tour de l'actualité musicale et plus encore. Quand la musique rencontre les arts, du cinéma à la BD, du théâtre à la littérature. Bienvenue au Club !

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
Spider-Man : No Way Home - fan service jubilatoire mais sans talent ?

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 187:26


C'est certainement le film le plus attendu de la fin d'année. Spider-Man : No Way Home est d'ores et déjà en salles et c'est déjà un carton. Le troisième film de Jon Watts sur le Tisseur clôt la trilogie amorcée entre Sony Pictures et Marvel Studios et déborde de fan service, ça il n'y en a aucun doute. Mais ce fan service peut-il suffire à faire passer un film au-delà de son seul statut de divertissement pour cinéphiles nostalgiques ? C'est ce dont on va discuter, entre autres, dans ce podcast !  Le gros bilan Spider-Man : No Way Home en podcast !  En compagnie d'Api, qui fait sa première apparition dans le podcast (mais certainement pas la dernière !) et Spleenter, dont vous connaissez bien la voix, nous revenons donc sur Spider-Man : No Way Home en long et en large. La première partie se veut sans spoilers, et la seconde avec, où l'on reviendra tout autant sur le film que sur sa production, la façon dont Sony Pictures et Marvel Studios réfléchissent au Multivers, et sur ce que cela peut dire sur le devenir de Spider-Man sur les écrans. Un total de trois heures de podcast, à savourer en autant de fois que l'on veut !  Comme toujours, on espère que le podcast vous plaira. N'hésitez pas à faire part de votre avis sur le film et l'émission dans l'espace commentaire et sur les réseaux sociaux, là où vous pouvez partager également nos podcasts pour nous soutenir ! A très bientôt pour la prochaine émission !  --Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra   Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

Classic 21
Comics Street - ''American Flagg !'' d’Howard Chaykin, chez Urban Cult - 22/12/2021

Classic 21

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 2:09


Amis des comics et des eighties, ceci est pour vous : une intégrale de 450 pages, tout droit sortie des archives américaines des années 80. Un sacré pavé à mettre au pied du sapin. L’une des œuvres fondatrices du renouveau de la BD américaine populaire dans les années 80 connaît enfin une traduction en français et en intégrale. --- Thierry Bellefroid évoque le 9éme art, la Bande Dessinée, avec les sorties et les rééditions. Passezdu bon temps, un album à la main, le mercredi à 13h45 dans Lunch Around The Clock.

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
Front Page : l'actualité comics de décembre 2021 #2 (sur 3) !

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 129:13


Le temps passe vite, si vite. On enregistre un podcast, on en programme d'autres, et paf : l'actualité comics est si forte qu'elle revient, inlassablement. Mais ce n'est pas grave, au contraire : il y a tant de choses intéressantes à discuter dans ce domaine qu'un bon Front Page des familles ne sera pas de trop ! En route !  Une actualité comics très chargée sur les comics  Vous l'aurez vu à ce joli intertitre, dans l'émission du jour, on va énormément vous parler de bandes dessinées, quelles nous viennent des Etats-Unis ou qu'elles nous soient proposées par nos éditeurs. Des annonces en pagaille, du mainstream, une touche d'indé : en somme, ce qui fait le sel de cette culture, qu'on a pris plaisir à débriefer avec nos analyse et notre humour un peu foireux (foiré ?) qui, a priori, constitue l'un des attraits de ce podcast (laissez nous le penser !).   Comme bien souvent, on espère que l'émission vous plaira ainsi que les sujets qui y sont abordés. N'hésitez pas à nous faire vos retours dans l'espace commentaire, et aussi (mais surtout) de partager le podcast sur vos réseaux sociaux ! Ce afin de l'aider à subsister sur les ondes d'internet ! Très bonne écoute, et à bientôt pour le prochain podcast !   Le Programme  COMICS - 01:40  Komics Initiative démarre ses annonces pour 2022 HiComics publiera les nouveaux comics The Witcher en 2022 Ultramega annoncé pour 2022 chez Delcourt Comics Captain Britain et She-Hulk en omnibus chez Panini Comics Panini annonce les comics Warhammer 40K et Ultraman (et Amazing Fantasy) Une collection anniversaire Spider-Man début 2022 chez Panini Crossover de Donny Cates arrive chez Urban Comics Ghost Cage, nouveau creator owned de Nick Dragotta Un crossover Power Rangers/Godzilla arrive l'an prochain Mike Mignola écrira la mini-(mini)-série Radio Spaceman Alex Ross écrit et dessine un album Fantastic Four Les séries passéistes continuent chez Marvel avec Lethal Protector et Gambit Get Fury de Garth Ennis change de dessinateur Ram V reprendra la nouvelle ongoing Carnage Batman/Superman par Mark Waid et Dan Mora Batman : Beyond the White Knight et Batman : Killing Time en mars 2022 Les Rogues s'offrent une mini-série en DC Black Label  TV - 1:43:20  Une série TV Gotham Knights en développement chez la CW Un premier teaser pour Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur  CINEMA - 1:47:20  Matthew Vaughn annonce un reboot de Kick-Ass Le tournage de Kingsman 3 annoncé pour septembre 2022 Netflix récupère God Country Spider-Man : No Way Home, l'énorme box-office et la suite en développement actif  --Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra   Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

Geek Inc: Geek Inc
Geek Inc #33 : L'arcane aux bonnes fondations !

Geek Inc: Geek Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 90:11


Venez discuter avec nous sur notre discord : https://discord.gg/PCNgbxY​ Au programme de cet épisode : - 00:00​ Intro NEWS : - 02:51 : Charger son smartphone en rando ? C'est possible ! - 05:23 : Un "escape pod" approuvé en Suisse - 12:55 : Lego se lance dans le bois - 15:27 : The Matrix Awakens - 20:27 : Un cube sur la Lune ! - 25:31 : Spider-Man : Across the spider-verse Part One ON VOUS PARLE DE... - 29:17 : SERIE : Cowboy Bebop : Live - 42:00 : SERIE : Foundation - 1:01:00 : SERIE : Hawkeye - 1:08:45 : ANIME : Arcane - 1:27:50 : Conclusion Cet épisode est animé par : - Timo : https://twitter.com/abrutim​ - Pierre : https://twitter.com/psegalen ******* Pour nous soutenir, vous pouvez participer à notre Tipeee dès 1€/mois : https://tipeee.com/stdrenegade D'autres moyens de nous soutenir sur cette page : https://studiorenegade.fr/soutenir ******* Une émission proposée par Studio Renegade 🦊 https://studiorenegade.fr/geek-inc Suivez-nous un peu partout : - Twitter : https://twitter.com/StdRenegade - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/StdRenegad - Twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/studiorenegade

Beared Down
Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings Week 15 Preview and Predictions (2021)

Beared Down

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 21:05


Welcome to the Beared Down YT Channel! We are a multimedia brand devoted to all things Chicago Bears. We are excited to bring you fans Bears news, opinions, podcasts, and more!-2021-22 Season PartnersMyBookie: Head to https://mybookie.ag today and use our promo code “BD” and instantly receive double your first deposit, that's double your funds, to double your winnings. Bet anything, anytime, and anywhere with MyBookie this NFL season!-CBDX: cbdx.com is not your average CBD company. We've all tried CBD – none of it is like “the real deal”. CBDX is “the real deal”! Right now, our listeners get 20% off their orders with promo code “BD”. All products look, smell, taste, and FEEL the same… And they all actually work. CBDX Loves football & that's why they are here. Get 20% off + A free gift when our listeners use promo code “BD” at CBDX.COM.-Today (E. 279), we are back with another episode of the Beared Down podcast! The boys are back making their picks as the Bears host the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football! Do the Bears stand a chance with 14 players out? Can Justin Fields succeed against a struggling secondary? Tune in to hear Chris and Parth make their picks before the Bears and Vikings square off at Soldier Field!-For more content from the crew including articles, opinions, and more, head to BearedDown.com

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans
Tape Don't Lie - Week 15 Preview

Silver & Black Pride: for Oakland Raiders fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 56:23


Marcus and BD break down the Raiders upcoming opponent. What should you expect? Baker Mayfield coming back? Myles Garrett dominance. Did the Raiders get shafted? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space
Meet the potent powder expert

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 40:54


In this episode of Molecule to Market, you'll go inside the outsourcing space of the global drug development sector with Chris Eccles, Chief Executive Officer at ChargePoint Technology. Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Chris, covering: The journey from a management buy-out (MBO) to running a £20m,100-person, global business. Benefit of investing in technology within sterile environments to avoid cross contamination and prevent expensive downtime. A perfect storm of market factors that are driving demand for ChargePoint and its products, including the explosion of facility investments in the CDMO space. The shift towards single use technologies yet the need to combat plastic usage. And how sustainability will become a core business issue and a major valuation metric for buyers. An inside look into the virtual process of ChargePoint's recent acquisition by Arcline Investment Management and the dizzying level of buyers that were in the running for the fast-growing business. Chris has managed the global business expansion of ChargePoint across all functions including offices based in the UK, Europe, America and Far East. His background in manufacturing management and precision engineering was instrumental in determining the strategy to outsource manufacturing through strategic acquisitions and equipment investments, including the investment in cleanroom technology and disposable manufacturing processes in 2019 and the managed recruitment of technical resources. As CEO of ChargePoint, Chris has developed a strong positive culture within ChargePoint, focussed on honesty, integrity, and quality which is ultimately reflected in customer satisfaction, employee retention. And the recent successful acquisition of ChargePoint by Arcline Investment Management. Please subscribe, tell your industry colleagues and join us in celebrating and promoting the value and importance of the global life science outsourcing space. We'd also appreciate a positive rating! Molecule to Market is sponsored and funded by ramarketing. An international content, design and digital agency that helps companies in life sciences get noticed. We are also proudly supported by Zymewire , which is the leader in actionable sales intelligence for life science Business development professionals. In fact, thousands of life science BD professionals start their day with sales signals from Zymewire. Learn more at - zymewire.com

Casually Baked, the potcast: Discover hemp and cannabis 420 style

The potcast is taking a winter break. So why not listen to some of the 200+ potcasts you haven't heard before? Over the holidays and into the new year, explore the new Casually Baked playlists on the @casuallybaked Spotify channel. In this week's Sustainability Roll-Up by OCB rolling papers, we're learning about the biodynamic preparation BD 500. Links and show and tell in the Potcast 217 show notes at casuallybaked.com. MJ Relief is the Ph.D. formulated CBD muscle rub I co-created with Dr. Monica Vialpando. Gift relief this holiday season and save 10% using promo code: casuallybaked --> Purchase here.  Shop Dr Love CBD - SAVE 15% using promo code: CASUALLYBAKED ✌️

Straight From the Horse's Mouth

Welcome to another episode of SFHM. Its officially Christmas season so the boys do their best to get into the spirit. The podcast today is coming "live" from BD's apartment. Why? Because Bryce's upstairs neighbors have determined he is not worthy of silence at any point during the day...and night. Anyway let's get to the topics at hand shall we. First, we have top get our thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of former NFL receiver and Denver Broncos great, Demaryius Thomas. Thomas passed away from what is being reported as a seizure. The death hits close to home for Bryce being that not only is he a Broncos fan but as someone who has suffered from seizures in the past he knows the trouble they can bring. Now, on a more happier note the guys discuss Mac Jones development in comparison to the other quarterbacks in his draft. They breakdown the importance of differentiating guys drafted earlier in the first round compared to guys drafted in the backend of the first round. The boys also have some fun at the expense of Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Chase Claypool. Now, in the world of the NBA the fellas breakdown why its time for the Celtics to separate Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. Also, the possibility of Damian Lillard and Ben Simmons playing with each other is discussed as well. Finally, the guys debate LeBron James vs. Steph Curry. We have all of that and more so remember if you didnt hhear it from the horse's mouth stop listening to the ass who told you. SONG OF THE EPISODE: Wildermiss- Supermagical

La Librairie francophone
Yahia Belaskri, Diégo Alary, Xavier Dorison et Maryse Wolinski

La Librairie francophone

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 54:11


durée : 00:54:11 - La librairie francophone - par : Emmanuel Kherad - Pour ce dernier week-end avant les fêtes et deux émissions spéciales en préparation, nous allons vous donner des idées de livres à offrir avec nos libraires et avec nos invités pour un roman flamboyant, un livre de cuisine pour voyager et une BD autour d'un personnage culte, très culte !

Phase Zero
Bonus Episode #6: Spider-Man: No Way Home Spoiler Review

Phase Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 64:29


 Spider-Man: No Way Home is finally here. Bonus episode has the full breakdown, Easter eggs, theories, remaining questions, and reviews from BD, Jenna, Aaron, and Chris! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

新闻看点
[新闻看点] 【被黃標】

新闻看点

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 25:13


[新闻看点] 【被黃標】

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
404 Comics : on débriefe le programme 2022, avec Nicolas Beaujouan ! [SuperFriends]

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 112:09


Notre tour d'horizon des éditeurs de comics en France se poursuit inlassablement ! Après avoir décortiqué ce qui doit nous arriver l'année prochaine avec Urban Comics, Komics Initiative ou Kinaye, nous nous attaquons aux sorties de l'éditeur 404 Comics ! Avec de bien belles sorties au programme, et une longue discussion pour parler choix et stratégies éditoriales avec le directeur de la structure, Nicolas Beaujouan.   Le programme 404 Comics de 2022  Nous avions déjà reçu le directeur de collection de 404 Comics lors de l'arrivée de l'éditeur sur le marché plus tôt dans l'année. Nous profitons donc de nouveau SuperFriends pour d'abord faire un premier bilan sur l'année écoulée, sur les différents choix faits sur les titres sortis, avant d'entamer point par point les titres prévus pour l'année prochaine. Entre nouvelles séries venus des Etats-Unis, et des créations originales, il y a fort à faire, et c'est pour ça qu'on prend le temps de discuter !  Comme toujours, vous savez que l'on tient à nos SuperFriends et que ces podcasts sont précieux, afin de vous emmener dans les coulisses de l'édition de comics en France. Aussi, si vous appréciez ces émissions et notre travail, on vous encouragera à partager nos podcasts et à réagir sur les réseaux sociaux ! Très bonne écoute, et à bientôt pour la prochaine émission !  --Soutenez nous sur Tipeee : https://fr.tipeee.com/first-print  Ne manquez aucun rendez-vous : https://podcast.ausha.co/firstprintfra   Retrouvez nous sur Facebook : https://facebook.com/FirstPrintFRA  sur Instragram : https://www.instagram.com/firstprintfra  et sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/FirstPrintFRA 

TV is AWESOME
OZARK: "Ruling Days"

TV is AWESOME

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 113:40


Hello TV Watchers!  After a brief pause to chat about Ted Lasso Season 2, we're back on OZARK with episode 5 of season 1, "Ruling Days".  We get things kicked off with a most unwelcome gift left by the Snells at the Byrde's dock: the body of Bobby Dean. Good riddance, BD! Of course, everyone in town thinks Marty is responsible... not that they're too concerned about it.  Meanwhile, Wendy gets an unexpected out-of-town guest, Charlotte flirts with Vineyard Vines, Jonah learns to shoot. Ruth beats up a stripper while proving to be an excellent strip club manager, Agent Petty makes an surprise connection, and the Byrdes go to boat church![TV is Awesome Season 2: Episode 8]

Vitamin PhD Podcast
Navigating Mentoring

Vitamin PhD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 44:24


In this episode, Matt and Heather are joined by Dr. Yasmine Doleyres, Senior Engineer at BD, and Dr. Brad Johnson, psychologist and researcher on effective mentoring relationships to explore an important but under-discussed area of graduate training: mentorship.  They discuss mentoring, and what mentor/mentee relationships can (and should) look like, what to expect in your mentoring relationships, and how to be an excellent mentee and mentor. This episode features our Graduate Student panel, Amanda Ruiz from Brown University, Dana Ahern from University of California Santa Barbara, Kiara Lee from Brown University, and Kristin Tzok from Boston University, reflecting on mentorship experiences and best practices.

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space
Physician. Scientist. Entrepreneur.

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 33:31


In this episode of Molecule to Market, you'll go inside the outsourcing space of the global drug development sector with Go van Dam, CEO & Founder at TRACER. Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Go, covering: The value of micro-dosing and fluorescent imaging in small patient populations at the preclinical proof of concept phase, and the benefits to investors, biotech and big pharma. The journey of stepping out of the operating theatre and into the boardroom. Taking an idea from the academic breeding ground and scaling into an industrial level so it has greater application. How the academia and industry ecosystem can collaborate, share and partner for the greater good. The need to observe, talk and learn from others. And it's OK to copy and paste what you like in others. Prof. Go van Dam is the CEO and Co-Founder of TRACER, a Clinical Research Organisation specialising in generating fast and accurate in-human data with nuclear and optical molecular imaging techniques, even before the classical Phase I-III studies. Go is seen as a pioneer in the optical imaging field with groundbreaking research to his name.    Go originated as a surgeon oncologist and professor of Surgery at Groningen University. He trained at Harvard, the Mayo Clinic and NCI. Go executed and published the 1st in-human application of targeted fluorescence imaging in 2011 (Nature Medicine) and published more than 140 papers predominantly about clinical translation of innovative targeted optical molecular imaging. He currently focuses on utilising his validated optical imaging expertise in the life sciences industry to reduce R&D innovation costs, shorten time-to-market, and increased efficiency for innovative drug development.   Please subscribe, tell your industry colleagues and join us in celebrating and promoting the value and importance of the global life science outsourcing space. We'd also appreciate a positive rating!   Molecule to Market is sponsored and funded by ramarketing. An international content, design and digital agency that helps companies in life sciences get noticed. We are also proudly supported by Zymewire, which is the leader in actionable sales intelligence for life science Business development professionals. In fact, thousands of life science BD professionals start their day with sales signals from Zymewire. Learn more at - zymewire.com

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
The seven-day infusion set is here. What's next from ConvaTec Infusion Care?

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 43:38


When we heard about a new seven day infusion set approved this past summer, we had a lot of questions! We've been told since the very first day of pumping to only use the inset for 3 days tops and to always rotate the site. How did they get seven days out of one of these without skin irritation and with good absorption? We asked the folks who make the inset to come on the show and explain. Turns out, ConvaTec Infusion Care makes the insets for Medtronic, Tandem, Ypsomed, Dana RS and Roche pumps. So while I started off talking about the longer-wear version, the conversation you'll hear includes everything from proper insertion technique, their challenges teaching users best practices, improvements they're making to the cannula and more. In this interview you will hear: John M Lindskog, President & COO, Matthias Heschel, Vice President, Research & Development and Intellectual Property Rights and Dr. Kerem Ozer, Director Infusion Care Clinical Development Good article about using insets correctly and understanding the different types. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone      Click here for Android Episode Transcription Below:  Stacey Simms  0:00 Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dario Health manage your blood glucose levels, increase your possibilities by Gvoke Hypopen, the first premixed auto injector for very low blood sugar, and by Dexcom take control of your diabetes and live life to the fullest with Dexcom. This is Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms. This week, how much have you thought about the way your insulin pump connects to your body? Honestly, it's where a lot can go wrong. The people who make the insets know that they have come a long way. And they're trying to make it better.   Matthias Heschel  0:40 It's what some people call their Achilles heel in the arm therapy were very much aware of it. And our approach simply is instead of doing product design at the drawing board, to the product design in the field, really taking the patient at the core of our design process, really understanding behaviors, understanding what could go wrong, and then design the product accordingly.   Stacey Simms  1:05 That's Dr. Matthias Heschel, head of R&D for ConvaTec infusion care. He, the CEO and the Medical Director sat down with me to talk about longer were tips for users and what's next for this really important part of pumping. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Welcome to another week of the show, you're always so glad to have you here. We aim to educate and inspire about diabetes with a focus on those who use insulin. I am really excited and happy to talk to the guys from ConvaTec. This week, you know, they were frank, they were really up for anything. And I have said for years that insets are the weak link in pumping. And they really opened my eyes to some of the issues and what we can do as users or you know, as parents of users to make things a little bit better. And of course, they're working on improvements as well. But before we jump in a little bit of housekeeping, I want to talk about the rest of the year schedule for the podcast, I can't believe we're in well into December at this point. Right now the plan is to keep going with these longer format. The interview shows that air on Tuesdays, and we'll have that there shouldn't really be any interruption or any week skipped through the rest of the year and into January. I'll let you know if that changes. But that is the plan right now. As for the newscast, I will probably not have a newscast on the 22nd of December. Again, I reserve the right to jump in and make a liar out of myself. There is breaking news sometimes late December is when the FDA makes a lot of decisions. So we could have some breaking news. But I would say right now, it looks like at least that one date will not have the live newscast on Wednesday on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. And so then I will not be turning it into one because that would be a podcast on Christmas Eve and I don't think there's a lot of demand for you to listen on Christmas Eve but you tell me if there is I'm happy to serve and try to put all that together. Another quick announcement and I'm actually going to talk more about this after the interview is that book number two is in the works. The second World's Worst diabetes mom, I signed on the dotted line to deliver that next year. So we have a timetable. We have a theme. I have lots of stuff. I'll tell you about that again after the interview, but man, I'm really excited about it. Alright, a little bit more about our guests. ConvaTec infusion care makes insets for both of the tubed pumps available in the US they make for Tandem they make for Medtronic, they don't make Omni pods. They also make insets for Ypsomed and other tubed pumps abroad. But if you use a tubed pump in the US you use their products. In this interview you will hear John Lindskog The President and CEO, Dr. Matthias Heschel, the head of R&D, research and development and Dr. Kerem Ozer, the Medical Director, I worry a bit about three voices. I mean, really, it's for with mine, but we do I think we do make it clear. And there is always a transcript over at diabetes connections.com at the episode homepage, if you find it easier to you know some people follow along, reading as they listen. Some people prefer to read my transcription software. Let me tell you got a workout on this one. It doesn't speak diabetes very well to begin with. And as you can imagine, there was a lot of technical stuff but we did it we got it and it's there for you. But I think that these three were very frank and gave us a lot of information a national here. They have a question for us. That's coming right up but first Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dario health. Bottom line you need a plan of action with diabetes. And we've been lucky that Benny's endo has helped us with that and that he understands the plan has to change. As Benny gets older you want that kind of support. So take your diabetes management to the next level with Dario health. Their published studies demonstrate high impact results for active users like improved in range percentage within three months reduction of a one C within three months and a 58% decrease in occurrences of severe hypoglycemic events. Try Dario's diabetes success plan and make a difference in your Diabetes management, go to my dario.com forward slash diabetes dash connections for more proven results and for information about the plan. John, Matthias and Kerem, thank you so much for joining me. We have a lot to talk about. And I feel like I've ever been to the company at my disposal. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this.   John Lindskog  5:20 Thank you, Stacey. This is John and thanks for having this opportunity to talk with you. Maybe just a couple of words of ConvaTec infusion care. I'm the president and CEO of that part of ConvaTec. We are based out of Denmark and out of Mexico, we have one plant making a few sets in Denmark, and we have two plants almost side to side in Mexico, and also is fully dedicated to making few sets for subcutaneous infusion. Today with me, I have the Matthias and I Kerem and if you could just kind of introduce yourself briefly.   Matthias Heschel  5:58 Yeah, this is Matthias. I'm heading research and development at ConvaTec Infusion Care. I've been with the company for 10 years. Just happy to be here.   Dr. Kerem Ozer  6:07 Hi, everyone. I'm Kerem Moser and I'm the medical director for ConvaTec infusion care. I'm an endocrinologist by background. I've been with ConvaTec for about four months now. And prior to that I was in practice seeing endocrinology and diabetes patients for about 15 years, and very excited to be here.   Stacey Simms  6:28 Wonderful. Well, thank you all so much for joining me. We have a lot of questions, questions for my listeners questions that I have as a mom of a kid who has used insets since he was two years old. So let me jump in and ask about the newest infusion set as I see it, which is with Medtronic and Matthias. Let me ask you about this if I could. we're hearing really interesting things seven day up to seven day wear, which I believe rolled out in Europe first is now approved in the United States. How I don't want to ask you to give any trade secrets away. But how do you get it to last so long when we've been told for years that two to three days is the maximum for an infusion set?   Matthias Heschel  7:03 Yeah, actually, the answer is very simple. Stacey. Medtronic, they provided quite some details about the year back at the virtual conference. So Medtronic, they added a proprietary connector, which connects the tubing to the pump reservoir. And this connector stabilizes the instrument. On top of the canula, a new tubing, which contains the preservatives, contains the antimicrobial effect of the preservatives. And the last thing is that we added a new adhesive to keep the infusion set on the body for up to seven days. So basically three things. New connector, new tubing, containing preservatives and a new adhesive.   Stacey Simms  7:48 So it was kind of a partnership with Medtronic. It's not all on the inset itself.   Matthias Heschel  7:52 It's a partnership with Medtronic, and they in general, talking about new product development, future products. It's all at system level. So we cannot just develop a new infusion set. We need to take the reservoir into account we need to take algorithms into account so it's it's always a close partnership with pump manufacturers.   Stacey Simms  8:15 how have people received it? Or is it working well, is the adhesive doing okay, on people's skin?   Matthias Heschel  8:20 It seems so we have received some first indication Medtronic percent that results at the diabetes technology meeting here this week, actually. And that has shown that there are lower occurrence of hyperglycemic events. There are fewer occlusions. And I think the average wear time was seven days. So it seems that the patients that have come on to an extended wear infusion set are really happy and the infusion sets perform as designed.   Stacey Simms  8:57 Before I move on from this one more question for you Mateus if I could. I'm curious, are you working with other pump companies on longer where infusion sets? Or is this going to be a Medtronic exclusive for the foreseeable future?   Matthias Heschel  9:10 Well, extending the wear time of infusion sets, that's the unmet need, number one among all patients, so and that's in general interest from all pump manufacturers to have extended wear products in the portfolio. So yes, we're working on the portfolio of infusion sets.   Stacey Simms  9:30 Kerem, let me move over to you if I could for this question. As a parent of a child with type one. We were schooled early on the importance of rotating sites, right? You can't let an infusion set go in the same part of the body over and over again. But most kids and frankly most adults I've talked to who use these products do kind of have a favorite spot. The body. Can you talk a little bit about Yes, I guess there the importance of rotating, but something like a seven day wear or what's coming in the future. Is there a possibility that it could be a little less important? to move that around, or am I dreaming?   Dr. Kerem Ozer  10:02 That's a really good question, Stacey sort of looking forward, just taking a quick step back, just like you said, the importance of sort of proper rotation is something we always talk about in clinic yet in real life, we know that people have their favorite sites. And part of the idea of the rotation, of course, is to reduce scarring and is to reduce lipohypertrophy. I know your listeners will be very familiar with this. But of course, when we say lipohypertrophy, we're talking about sort of the hardening that bumpiness of the layer right under the skin, that subcutaneous area. And when I think about lipohypertrophy, there are several factors that increase that risk, you know, multiple daily injections, pumps, continuous glucose monitors, sometimes the type of insulin being used, and that really changes from person to person reusing pen, needles, all those factors, even higher insulin doses tend to cause more of a higher risk, higher diabetes, duration is a higher risk. Now, when I think about those factors, some of them are you can't change those like diabetes, duration. Some of those factors, you can change by rotating things, when you look at something like extended wear, I think one advantage is you are going to need to change it out less often. So you're technically changing it, you know, less often, it's probably best practice to still change the site and rotate the site. But one thing I think that's going to be even clearer, and I see this all the time, you know, when I talk with my patients, is, I think it's going to be important to realize subtle changes in the characteristics of that site, even before you start feeling hardening of the skin, even before one starts feeling that bumpiness if you notice that a site is starting to not respond as well, you know, you're feeling that you're needing more insulin, you're feeling that the dynamics are changing. That's I think, when it's going to be really key to make that site change.   Stacey Simms  12:21 Interesting. I have kind of said, it's a little bit flippant, but I've said since we started pumping, 14 and a half years ago that gosh, these insets are the weak link in pumping. And what I mean by that is they can fall off easier, they can get occluded, they only last a couple of days. John, maybe let me ask you, can you talk us through a little bit about how you're really trying to make these better? Because I feel like I can have the greatest algorithm in the world on my pump and if the darn thing is flapping on my kids off my kids stomach it's not gonna work   right back to our conversation. Yeah, he does answer that question. But first Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Gvoke Hypopen. You know low blood sugar feels horrible. You can get shaky and sweaty or even feel like you are going to pass out – there are lots of symptoms and they can be different for everyone. I'm so glad we have a different option to treat very low blood sugar: Gvoke HypoPen. It's the first autoinjector to treat very low blood sugar. Gvoke HypoPen is premixed and ready to go, with no visible needle. Before Gvoke, people needed to go through a lot of steps to get glucagon treatments ready to be used. This made emergency situations even more challenging and stressful. This is so much better and I'm grateful we have it on hand! Find out more – go to diabetes dash connections dot com and click on the Gvoke logo. Gvoke shouldn't be used in patients with pheochromocytoma or insulinoma – visit gvoke glucagon dot com slash risk. Now back to John Lindskog answering my question about making the insets more foolproof.   John Lindskog  14:00 No, no, no, I totally understand what you're saying I will say and then maybe Matthias can chime in after this that, you know the products like insets, they go through a quite extensive and long development program before they actually come to the market and the products also available on basis on customer feedback. And since this is a medical device, it's very highly regulated in the US through the FDA requirements and Europe through CE and in many, many other countries through local legislation. So the level of rigor and preciseness that you have to do in this work is quite extensive for us to develop a product and mass make it into volumes, which we're talking about millions of units per year does require quite a bit of development work to go there. And there is a little bit of you know there's a lot of factors that play into to the to the development, particularly manufacturing of the infuser set, the quality has, of course, to be the highest possible within the requirements. And there's also, of course, a economical part of it, where you need the competitive cost in order to have these products on the market. So I mean, the process that you see today is actually a combination of all the the user input, and of course, also about, you know, the requirements from regulatory authorities. And, and you know, what can be made in very high scale, we, you know, and strive to improve the products along the way, however, even what may seem as being very small, and my new changes, does actually require a complete change process, which is very well documented, and in that sense, also kind of lengthy process. And I don't know Matthias. If you have any anything to add to that, yeah, quick   Matthias Heschel  15:56 Yeah, but I would like to add is that we have, we have about 1 million pump users worldwide. And as a create variability, it's both the interpatient variability and intra patient variability. So huge differences between patients and also huge differences between the use conditions during a day for the same patient. So what we are going after in our product design is really making as robust designs as as reasonably possible. And best example is, is the newest infusion set on the market, which is the base of the extended wear we talked about earlier, an infusion set we call Mio advance which virtually only has one user step. So you hit the bottom activation button and it produces the soft cannula, retracts the needle and detaches the serter all instantly. I mean, all the steps happening in a fraction of a second. And that means you're basically take the patient out of the equation, the patient cannot do any mistakes during the insertion process. And there we see a huge reduction in in failures on the market. So to your question, Stacey, I mean, we understand that the infusion set is the weakest link, it's what some people call the Achilles heel. In pump therapy, we are very much aware of it. And our approach simply is, instead of doing product design at the drawing board, to the product design, in the field, really taking the patient in the core of our design process, really understanding behaviors, understanding what could go wrong, and then design the product accordingly. And we have seen the first successes and they hope to see further successes.   Stacey Simms  17:40 You know, that's a great point about the very simple insertion of the Medtronic inset. Are there any plans to simplify more brands, because I'm thinking of the one we use for Tandem? And you know, by the time you open it, you peel off the sticky stuff, you, you cock it, you get it ready? You know, sometimes you're already set for error, because if the paper writes up the needle, you know, there's all sorts of different things that can happen if people either press too hard or do it at a weird angle. I know you know this, I don't have to spell it out for you. But are there plans to simplify other insets in the way that you just described? Since you've seen how successful it is?   Matthias Heschel  18:16 yeah, plans to incremental improvements on existing infusion sets, based on the learnings we have from the field, among others, what we touched upon removing the paper liner from the adhesive, we can certainly redesign this to make it easier for the patient. And that's, that's definitely on our agenda.   Stacey Simms  18:37 I have a bunch of questions that I got from my listeners, they were really interested that we were talking so let me go ahead and grab those. The first one here was really interesting to me. This listener wants to know about the faster acting Fiasp insulin, which seems to have a little bit of difficulty in some pumps, I was wondering if you were looking into that for different faster acting insulins that the manufacturers are coming out with and if you're testing those and working on ways to improve that in the insets   Matthias Heschel  19:06 Yeah, maybe keep a close eye on the market. And every time a new insulin is approved for pumps, therapy, we add this onto our list and do all the necessary trucks stability testing, device stability testing, so you can put this onto our indication for the infusion sets and then it's up to the to the pump manufacturer to also indicate the pump for the new insulin and then the patient can use it. So and that also applies to Fiasp. So we have done all the necessary homework and we know that at least a couple of the pump manufacturers are considering to broaden their pump indication to also include the Fiasp   Dr. Kerem Ozer  19:47 And to that I may also add that we're also going to be looking at Lyumjev ultra rapid lispro insulin from Lilly, which as you know is also approved just recently for pump use. So That will also go through the same processes that Matthias mentioned, whether it's working on biocompatibility, looking at what the system does to the insulin, and its excipients and what the insulin is excipients do to the pump. And so that's in the works as well.   Stacey Simms  20:15 I meant to ask earlier, I had heard about something I don't know if this is the in-house name or something that you're using and research called Lantern technology. Could you explain what that is what you all are working on?   Matthias Heschel  20:27 I was hoping you would ask this question. Lantern is a pretty simple feature tries to mitigate the occlusions we sometimes see for soft cannula infusion sets, when the soft cannula is bent or kinked. And the Lantern features are actually pretty simple. So we provide the soft cannula with additional slits close to the tip of the cannula, and in case the soft cannula experiences any physical impact is spent or even kinked then those slits would open up and would allow to the inset to continue to flow. So it's basically a measure to mitigate the risk that a cannula on the infusion set can get occluded in the cannula.   Stacey Simms  21:15 That sounds really interesting. It sounds like didn't BD medical a few years ago have something that sounded it sounded at least to my ear similar that it had the different slits in the cannula? And it never came out? Is this similar technology.   Matthias Heschel  21:29 It's you could see it as it's different as a similar technology. It's though, quite quite different. I mean, they provided an additional exit hole, just one hole close to the tip of the cannula. And that actually weakened the cannula significantly, and the product was out on the market. They call it a smart flow technology. And the product was marketed by Medtronic as a process that was withdrawn from the market right after. And with our long term technology, putting a number of slits, we have really avoiding this issue that the cannula really occludes. Imagine if you just have one side hole and the cannula kinks or bends, and you would close up this hole. And in our case, having four or six slits, that would be always a couple of slits open and allow the Insulet to flow. So it's a different technology.   Stacey Simms  22:25 Yeah sure. And I don't know how much you can share which brands might get that? In other words, are you working with Medtronic on this? Or you're working with Tandem on this as somebody else? You know, in the should we be watching for this in a more proprietary form? Or will it just going to go in all of your insets?   Matthias Heschel  22:40 Right now we're in the process of implementing technology in our mainstream products, which are the inset two products, which are available to all pump manufacturers, and then we need to see pump manufacturers will pick up on this.   Stacey Simms  22:56 Got it. Kerem, let me ask you if I could, do you have any best practices for your patients when it comes to using the insets and infusion sets? Are there mistakes that are very common that people make, I'd love to kind of hear, you know, what you what you tell your own or in the past what you've told your own patients?   Dr. Kerem Ozer  23:13 Absolutely. The key things, especially if someone is very new to living with diabetes, as you know, there's there's a lot of anxiety there. Everything is new, a lot of new information is coming in, you know, at our clinic, what I always tried to do, what we always tried to do was sort of taking a deep breath, letting people know that there's a lot of resources, there's a lot of support, you know, at the risk of sort of repeating the cliche, it's not a sprint, it's a marathon, and really providing the resources, sort of focusing that more on to the infusion set side, I think one key thing is starting, especially if someone's new to pump therapy, sitting down with them going over the whole process, we had demo kits, sometimes I would demonstrate sets on myself even just to make sure that everyone's feeling comfortable, especially for our younger patients, having the parents there and really taking the time to walk them through the process of what an ideal insertion looks like. And I think doing it in real life really helps in person in real time. As opposed to watching a video which where everything looks so perfect, right? So we definitely emphasize that prioritize that. And then when we start thinking about using the sets, a lot of those things using the alcohol pad and cleaning the area, a lot of things that are repeated, easy to say hard to do every single time. But I think emphasizing the fact that the closer and closer we get to that ideal that the longer we can keep the site's healthy, the longer we can keep the process healthy is important. And as more technology comes in as continuous glucose monitoring gets integrated. As the pumps get smarter, I think there's always the importance of that of that person factor. And making sure that we're really addressing everyone as an individual and sort of seeing where they are and going and holding their hand and walking with them to where they need to be or where they want to be, is key. And then there is as you know, a lot of variation from person to person. And there's a lot of variation from day to day. And being aware of that repeating that message. And sometimes you wake up and you have a perfect day. And sometimes you wake up and there's a lot of obstacles and changes and bringing that message that, yes, diabetes is there. Yes, it brings challenges. But if we see it as part of a larger system, and if we address it as well as we can, as if we can stick with those guidelines, and recommendations. And if we keep open lines of communication between the patient and the family and the clinic, things tend to fall into place. And I'm very proud to say your many, many patients, of course, live decades and decades of healthy lives with diabetes. And I think that the key component there is keeping those lines of communication open and keeping that sort of positive attitude going.   Stacey Simms  26:38 Alright, let's get back to some of the questions that my listeners had. And I thought this was a really interesting one, she asked me when insets are designed is any consideration given to those of us who deal with limited hand strength, or older adults with smaller hands, or even using color tubing to increase the visibility of air bubbles or maybe using color in the cannula. So it'd be easier to see if it was correctly inserted. I've got to believe that you look at this and you do research it but Matthias, can I ask you to just hop in an answer that one?   Matthias Heschel  27:07 Sure. Well, every time when we design a new product, we put a lot of effort into the initial conceptual work. And that means that you propose certain designs, which we then show to the target population. And if the target indication of the product is smaller children or elderly people, those will be included in the assessment of the concept. So we really trying to already in the concept phase to design the product in the way that we can make sure that it can be used by the by the target population. And at the same time, we are compliant with standards. For example, when we have a product that requires activation to push a button, what's the strength of a point of finger for a for a small girl? so we were really trying to incorporate this in our product design.   Stacey Simms  28:05 Another question came in there used to be an infusion set by a different company called an Orbit. I don't recall this, but this sounds great. It rotated so the tubing was less likely to get caught. Any plans to bring that back or something similar.   Matthias Heschel  28:18 Well Orbit is owned by another company Ypsomed in Switzerland, and to our knowledge, the product is still on the market. So we don't have any insights in the in the details. But it's not it's not one of our products.   Stacey Simms  28:35 Got it? It's probably something that's not available in the US yet because we don't have Ypsomed here yet. But it's it's supposed to be coming. Okay, I have a very might be a silly question, but I will ask it anyway, this is a silly question. I get it from listeners all the time. One of the first times I remember getting our box of inserters we had the old one I always describe it looks like a little spaceship. I mean, I know you know exactly what I'm talking about for it was the Animas way back when and now we use Tandem, it came with these little plastic pieces, and no one ever told me what they were for. And as it turns out, then we realize this after my son's inset got filled with sand at the beach, and we could not reconnect. It turns out these little pieces are supposed to go in and protect the site and keep sand out. But I've heard a lot of different versions of what they are really supposed to do and when you are supposed to wear them. So my question is, when you put an inset on the body, it was explained to me like it's almost as though you've got like a vial of insulin with a little rubber on top. You can pierce it, but you can't get into it. In other words, you don't have to cover it every single time you take a shower or go in a pool because nothing is seeping through until you reconnect the needle. Is that the proper use of those inserters   John Lindskog  29:50 Yeah, this is uh, John maybe just a quick comment. So that that is that is true that at the at the time development there were some spare caps. And the idea here was that when you disconnect the tubing from the side, it's true that you know it sealed, the side doesn't seal because there are septums that closes the fluid pathway. However, the idea about providing these small inserts was that you could protect kind of the surface of the septum. With that kind of cover so that you wouldn't have any kind of larger particles being able to, to come in the way like the listener just described getting sand in it. So it was actually, you know, kind of a protection. However, it was not something which was necessary, it was kind of, you know, choice you could make to add that in, though. So that the reason behind that   Stacey Simms  30:48 perfect, there just seems to be a little bit of a misunderstanding in some parts of the community, what people think it keeps bacteria from getting, in other words, if you swim in a lake or something like that, you should pop it in. But it really is just to keep out particles like sand.   John Lindskog  31:01 Yeah, it's only for larger particles. And, you know, the site is perfectly sealed as it is. So it's it's more to kind of say, Okay, I want to make sure that that, you know, I don't have to clean it up afterwards, and so on. So that was the rationale behind that.   Stacey Simms  31:18 I have one or two more questions, kind of to wrap it up. Have I missed anything in particular that you guys wanted to make sure to bring up before I start wrapping up?   John Lindskog  31:26 Actually, there was just one question that I think that at least I had, I would be curious to know about, you know, in each box of the insets, there is an instructions for use, how you deploy, the infusion set.  What's out and, you know, that is in some countries made in a number of different languages and so on. And I guess I'm just curious about is that being read all the time, or is that you know, being kept in the place or simply just, you know, put it into the trash can. But what's kind of, because I have a I have an assumption. We have an assumption, what happens to these but but I was just curious to know, if you could share that with us.   Stacey Simms  32:07 I'm so excited that you asked that question, John, I think you know the answer, I can't imagine anyone is really reading the instructions, we all should. In fact, I'm going to take those instructions out and look through them. But it's one of those situations where my book that comes with each box is so thick and intimidating. As I'm telling you this, I'm thinking this is why I don't do it, maybe it's just I'll have to take a look at how long the actual instructions are. Maybe it's in several languages. And that's why it's so thick, but we're so used to and maybe we can blame the iPhone for this. We're so used to opening something up and being able to use it immediately and hoping right that it's very intuitive, that maybe that's why we don't read the instructions. So there's a lot of user error. And frankly, I know there's a lot of user error within sets. I've seen it in my house, I've been the user making the error. So I'll ask my listeners, I mean, I'd be happy to take a quick poll in the Diabetes Connections Facebook group, but I do recall taking a pump class, and we were there for two hours, I came home a couple of days later, I had to change the inset on my two year old I had forgotten everything I had learned. And at the time, this was 2007. I found one video, I mean, think about the days of YouTube back in 2007. And it was in French to show me how to change the inset. But I did that rather than look for the instructions. So John, what a great question. And I will get you more feedback from the community on that.   John Lindskog  33:29 Okay, thanks. Thanks a lot. Thanks. I will say though, that, you know, it is a regulatory requirement that we put those in a box. And we would, you know, like to move it into some kind of, you know, YouTube media or something like that. However, the regulatory requirements are that they should always be there. So we want to see if we can move that in the regulatory requirements. So we can, you know, save some printed matter, and, you know, reduce the waste and make it easier to access.   Stacey Simms  34:02 It's a great point. That is a great point. Before I let you go, here in the United States and I assume in many parts of the world, there's a lot of concerns about supply right now. Any issues, any concerns anything people should be thinking about for the next couple of months?   John Lindskog  34:16 No, I you know, and we have had some issues on supplies in the beginning of the when COVID-19 was at the highest and we have been putting in extra capacity for making progress and investing large sums of money into getting you know, capacity brought up and we should be out of those weeds by the end of this year. And we don't really see any, any issues going forward. But you know, it may take some time to get that all through the supply chain, but I can assure you that we're doing everything which is now a power to always have the capacity to supply the what the demand is.   Stacey Simms  34:57 Let me as we wrap this up, Kerem, let me ask you this. You are new to the company, or you are the newest person here, so the company, what excites you and you know, you've worked with patients for a long time, you've seen how important this part of the device and system is, what excites you about this technology going forward?   Dr. Kerem Ozer  35:15 This is a great question. And this is the reason I'm, I'm here, I'm in the company, I think it really goes back to that point about realizing how important looking at patients insights, their experiences, where they are, what they need, and bring that feedback into the company to help develop new technologies. And I would say, a direct corollary to why I'm so excited about my role here is this is really sort of being a medical person, a physician, and endocrinologist and industry, you really play a bridge role. You're constantly talking with the engineers with the business side, and you're keeping your ear open to your patients, your community and your colleagues. And sort of you're part of that feedback loop, bringing back ideas, presenting your products and saying this will work. This is a great idea, and sort of keeping that momentum going. And I'm very excited about that.   Stacey Simms  36:20 Excellent Matthias you are in r&d, you are the head of r&d, you're in the I wouldn't say the trenches so much. But you're really seeing realistically what's happening on the company every day. Anything you want to add to that. I mean, is there anything that you're really excited about that you'd like to listeners to leave listeners with? Yeah,   Matthias Heschel  36:37 I mean, what, what I always tell the engineers is, you guys, you are directly responsible for how patients or people in the state beat is, how they feel how they are able to manage their daily life. If we do a great job, those people can lean back once in a while and perhaps even forget about the disease, if it will not do a perfect job. They have a terrible day. So that's, that's really what people understand. And that's why at least how I see it. I mean, those people in the medical device industry typically work longer work harder, because they understand they understand the responsibility they have.   Stacey Simms  37:17 Well, thank you so much all of you for spending so much time with me for answering our questions for posing your own questions, which doesn't happen that often. And I'm really glad that you did that. We will get you some answers. Thanks so much, gentlemen.   You're listening to Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms. Lots more information at diabetes connections.com at the episode homepage, and I'll link to some of the studies they talked about that longer were the stuff that's in the works. And let me tell you, I went and got the book. I have it right here. Can you hear that? I'm wiggling it, I went and got the book that comes with the insets. And it's right there. Of course, at the top with the little horseshoe thingies that they explained. I hope they cleared up some stuff for you. The book is long, because as I said, it's in many other languages other than English, the directions are maybe two or three pages long. I think it's really just two pages. There's some pictures here. But the English instructions are one to three pages long. And then that's it. So Benny and I actually sat down and read them. And he does it slightly differently. But what he does works, I mean, we are 15 years into diabetes. So that means we were 14 and a half years into pumping. So he's got it down. But if you're having trouble, I may start a thread in the Facebook group. Because there's some really easy tips and techniques to make sure that you you put these insets on correctly in follow the directions. That's your best bet. But as you know, the community can help too. So we'll we'll put that in there. And of course, I'm going to put a poll up about the and we put I may have already done that by the time the episode airs, because a pull up about have you ever read the directions? I was a little embarrassed. You heard me laughing when he asked, but I'm glad he did. Alright, I've got some news coming up about next year. Oh my gosh. But first Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dexcom. And when we first started with Dexcom, it was back in 2013. It was about this time here, the share and follow apps were not an option. They just hadn't come out with the technology yet. So trust me when I say using share and follow make a big difference. I think it's important though to talk to the person you're following or sharing with and get comfortable with how you want everyone to use the system. Even if you're following your young child. These are great conversations to have, you know what numbers will make you text, write how long you're going to wait to call that sort of thing. That way the whole system gives everyone real peace of mind. I'll tell you what I absolutely love about Dexcom share and that is helping Benny with any issues using the data from the whole day night. And not just one moment. Internet connectivity is required to access separate Dexcom follow up to learn more, go to diabetes connections.com and click on the Dexcom logo. A couple of weeks ago I told you I would have some book news and I do I am so excited to announce that the world's worst diabetes mom, part two is going to be out next year, I just signed on with my publisher. We talked this week, actually this morning, as I'm taping this episode, and we laid it all out, because my goodness, with some of the publishing issues, probably hopefully not the shipping issues by next year. But a lot of what's going out of the publishing industry, I have to have everything done earlier than I did last time to have the book Ready by a certain time of year I wanted out for as you can imagine, I wanted for November of next year, because Diabetes Awareness Month is my best bet to get any kind of, I guess, mainstream media attention on diabetes, media attention. And that worked really well. In 2019. When I put out the first book, the name of the book is not part two. I'm not sure what we're going to call it yet. But I will be sharing that with you all, I'm going to be sharing more of the process this time around, just as I think it'll be fun. And I'm going to be sharing things like cover options and title options in the Facebook group Diabetes Connections, the group. So if you'd like to help me the community was a huge help last time around in terms of how to word things. Because you know, when you're a parent of a child with type one, there are some differences that you want to be respectful about. There's some differences and ways of wording things that that just for clarity, right? A good example is are you a T one D parent, to me, that means a parent who lives with type one, right? So you have to It's little things like that you just have to be careful about and you will help me so much with that the first time around. So I will be asking the second time around, I have an idea for a title, I kind of know what the direction is going to be. I know what the title is going to be. I know what the focus is going to be on. We're going to be addressing a lot of the things that I have been asked about since the first one came out. So really excited, a little bit nervous. But man, I loved writing the first one. So I hope this will be as much fun to put together. All right, thank you so much to my editor John Buchenas from Audio Editing Solutions. We will be back on Wednesday. We are now live on Facebook and YouTube at 430. Eastern time. And then around 445 I'm live on Instagram. A little bit different for those of you who live on Instagram a lot like evolve. I mean, what a pain. Right? But it's fun. I like doing it. It's only a pain because I share photos. And I'm not that adept. Really. I mean, Instagram is not a friendly platform for sharing photos live and reading a script. Let me just tell you say if you've got advice on that, and you know how to do it, well, let me know. Or you could just listen to the audio podcast that comes out every Friday for in the news. Thank you so much for listening. I'm Stacey Simms. I'll see you back here soon Until then be kind to yourself.   Benny  42:35 Diabetes Connections is a production of Stacey Simms media. All rights reserved. All wrongs avenged