In this week's episode of the "Power Kid Podcast," host Phil Albritton of Power Kid Design welcomes Adam Borton, founder of Creating Unique Toys and the newly launched Toy and Game School — a digital education platform is designed to teach students the fundamentals of the toy and game industry. On the show, Albritton and Borton discuss the choice to explore the toy industry in their college studies and the curriculum offered by the Toy and Game School. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adventuremedia/message
62 Who Knew ?!? Ep. 048Tonight, our guest is Mr. Bill Borton, founder and managing principal of W.R. Borton & Associates LLC. He is a retirement risk management specialist who predominantly serves clients. In collaboration with their other advisors, he designs strategies to minimize the financial risks that longevity, health care, and long-term care pose to their retirement. His passion is about ensuring that his clients can live better, longer.Join us tonight WWW.WeBeamTV.com/LiveEvery generation faces different complications when preparing for retirement. It will always be this way…But this generation is facing an issue like none other before it.And that issue is Longer lifespans! That's right, people are living longer than ever before! But make no mistake about it, longer life spans are a double-edged sword.Michael L. BannerPresident & CEOProfessional Mortgage Alliance, LLC.E-Mail – email@example.comCell – 727-224-3859NMLS# - 386692 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.10.02.322743v1?rss=1 Authors: Dastin-van Rijn, E. M., Provenza, N. R., Calvert, J. S., Gilron, R., Allawalla, A. B., Darie, R., Syed, S., Matteson, E., Vogt, G. S., Avendano-Ortega, M., Vasquez, A. C., Ramakrishnan, N., Oswalt, D. N., Bijanki, K. R., Wilt, R., Starr, P. A., Sheth, S. A., Goodman, W. K., Harrison, M. T., Borton, D. A. Abstract: Advances in device development have enabled concurrent stimulation and recording at adjacent locations in the central nervous system. However, stimulation artifacts obscure the sensed underlying neural activity. Here, we developed a novel method, termed Period-based Artifact Reconstruction and Removal Method (PARRM), to remove stimulation artifacts from neural recordings by leveraging the exact period of stimulation to construct and subtract a high-fidelity template of the artifact. Benchtop saline experiments, computational simulations, five unique in vivo paradigms across animal and human studies, and an obscured movement biomarker were used for validation. Performance was found to exceed that of state-of-the-art filters in recovering complex signals without introducing contamination. PARRM has several advantages: it is 1) superior in signal recovery; 2) easily adaptable to several neurostimulation paradigms; and 3) low-complexity for future on-device implementation. Real-time artifact removal via PARRM will enable unbiased exploration and detection of neural biomarkers to enhance efficacy of closed-loop therapies. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info
Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy, WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY. We first highlight, Carmen “Coach Carmen” Duncan of Mission Accomplished Transition Services of Schnectaday with HMM correspondent Melissa Bromley. Then, RPI Student Varenya Gade discusses taking classes online while living in India and how the pandemic has been handled there. With HMM correspondent Carson Reay. And then up next, on a new episode of "Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics." Dr. Borton speaks about the comet Neowise with HMM correspondent Meghan Marohn After that, we hear Episode 6 of People’s Science with Dr. Raquel Velho, assistant professor in Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. With Erin Blanding for Nature Lab. Finally, HMM producer Anna Steltenkamp speaks with Lee Perry, and Clayton Louis Ferrara, of the United Nations Accredited NGO, IDEAS For Us. But first some headlines...
Physicist and solar boat builder David Borton is back! Dr. Borton describes the comet Neowise, and the difference between comets and meteors, on a new episode of "Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics." He and WOOC correspondent Meghan Marohn discuss how to discern the difference between comets and meteors in the night sky, why the moons of Jupiter create a glowing straight line in the night sky, and how to socially distance with a canoe paddle.
School principals are often characterised by their leadership abilities, educational excellence and ability to meet government requirements through reporting of a whole range of data. But, according to Eduinfluencers founder and managing director Rochelle Borton, adopting many CEO practices and mind frames could improve the performance of principals, school leaders and, ultimately, students. Eduinfluencers aims to equip principals and other school leaders with skills for the 21st century education sector. Borton firmly believes there are several CEO practices that improve student outcomes and overall school culture. “Principals and school leaders need to think like CEOs and be taught skills in HR, leadership, school planning, business strategy as it is a massive opportunity save money and become more efficient,” Borton says. During her podcast with Campus Review, Borton said the main aspect of principals thinking more like CEOs is building their capacity to have a clear vision, almost a “mandate” and build their leadership teams. She says they should “know their teams intimately, including their strengths, behaviour types and histories. In addition to building better teams, Borton encourages “robust conflict” between team leaders, as long as it’s performed in a respectful and constructive way, as well as frank and fearless assessment of leaders' strengths and weaknesses. Finally, principals have traditionally been expected to know everything that’s happening around their school and be involved in many tasks. Borton discourages this, using a pithy quote to sum up a more CEO-like approach to being a principal: “If everything is important, than nothing is.”
Alex and Naomi from the University of Derby Skills team discuss how you can reflect upon your assignment methods, practices and feedback to prepare for the next assignment. Their advice is underpinned by the advice of students shared through social media. The audio quality in this podcast is slightly reduced due to a change in recording format due to the current situation. To see a guide of reflective models go here: https://libguides.derby.ac.uk/reflectivewriting To see a video of Naomi explaining Borton click here: https://youtu.be/O4sfKlUBWrc Reflection livestream: https://youtu.be/CNX-ONHld5M To see our Skills guides click here: https://libguides.derby.ac.uk/skillsguides The Assignment Journey is a series of podcasts outlining the journey of an assignment, from when you first receive it, to when it is submitted. In each episode Alex from the University of Derby Skills Team, is joined by special guests from the University who share their specialist advice on each area. To see a calendar of workshops and drop ins follow this link; https://libcal.derby.ac.uk/calendar/events/ Follow us on social media: Instagram: @derbyunilibrary Twittter: @derbyunilibrary Interested in studying at the University of Derby? Book your place on an open day: https://www.derby.ac.uk/opendays
Learn about the invisible harms of thirdhand smoke; massive viruses that blur the line between the living and non-living; and why whales get lost during solar storms. Moviegoers contaminate nonsmoking movie theater with 'thirdhand' cigarette smoke by Kelsey Donk Moviegoers contaminate nonsmoking movie theater with “thirdhand” cigarette smoke. (2020). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-03/aaft-mcn030220.php Thirdhand smoke wafting off moviegoers hurts air quality in theaters. (2020, March 5). Science News. https://www.sciencenews.org/article/thirdhand-smoke-fumes-air-quality-movie-theaters Sheu, R., Stönner, C., Ditto, J. C., Klüpfel, T., Williams, J., & Gentner, D. R. (2020). Human transport of thirdhand tobacco smoke: A prominent source of hazardous air pollutants into indoor nonsmoking environments. Science Advances, 6(10), eaay4109. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aay4109 Massive viruses that blur the line between living and non-living by Cameron Duke Al-Shayeb, B., Sachdeva, R., Chen, L.-X., Ward, F., Munk, P., Devoto, A., Castelle, C. J., Olm, M. R., Bouma-Gregson, K., Amano, Y., He, C., Méheust, R., Brooks, B., Thomas, A., Lavy, A., Matheus-Carnevali, P., Sun, C., Goltsman, D. S. A., Borton, M. A., … Banfield, J. F. (2020). Clades of huge phages from across Earth’s ecosystems. Nature, 578(7795), 425–431. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2007-4 Huge bacteria-eating viruses close gap between life and non-life: Large bacteriophages carry bacterial genes, including CRISPR and ribosomal proteins. (2020, February 12). ScienceDaily. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/02/200212131458.htm Solar storms blind whales because they mess with magnetoreception by Cameron Duke Solar storms may leave gray whales “blind” and stranded. (2020). ScienceDaily. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/02/200224111356.htm Granger, J., Walkowicz, L., Fitak, R., & Johnsen, S. (2020). Gray whales strand more often on days with increased levels of atmospheric radio-frequency noise. Current Biology, 30(4), R155–R156. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2020.01.028 Johnsen, S., & Lohmann, K. J. (2008). Magnetoreception in animals. Physics Today, 61(3), 29–35. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2897947 Subscribe to Curiosity Daily to learn something new every day with Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer. You can also listen to our podcast as part of your Alexa Flash Briefing; Amazon smart speakers users, click/tap “enable” here: https://curiosity.im/podcast-flash-briefing
Dr. David Borton is back, with another episode of his weekly physics and climate podcast "Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics." On this week's episode, he and WOOC friend Meghan Marohn (ma-rone) discuss the distance between the Earth and the sun, and Dr. Borton's experience at the Citizen Climate Lobby conference held this past weekend at Russell Sage College.
Welcome back to the show, on this episode the boys go through their Country/Western picks, review last weeks album homework, and start a new segment featuring the bassist of coldplay! (Borton) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Life is what you make it. A strong work ethic gained from growing up on a farm and a dream of playing college basketball led Pam Borton, former head women’s basketball coach for the University of Minnesota, down a path that allowed her to utilize her coaching skills on the basketball court for a new purpose, to coach executives in the board room. Despite a public and tough transition off the court, Borton used intentional goal setting and a commitment to staying true to herself to build a business that is truly a dream job. From navigating a very visible transition to staying the course and trusting the process as she ventured into entrepreneurship, she leveraged a commitment to hard work and determination to pursue a why that has always been her driver.
As a CFO with strong operational skills, Mike Borton drives growth; improves margins and financial stability by designing and implementing innovative operational and financial strategies and optimizing organizations to achieve tangible outcomes. His background includes success in turning around public and privately held and PE / VC- backed technology, security, health, industrial, internet and energy enterprises. Known as a hands-on, strategic leader, and business partner, he's merged acquired infrastructures and teams, creating improved metrics and streamlined organizations. By fostering accountable, collaborative cultures, he's also eliminated unprofitable customer call centers, and increased customer satisfaction and retention. Borton's passion for driving improved margins, forging entry into new markets and stimulating organic and inorganic growth has transformed organizations from the inside, out. SPECIALTIES ♦ Strategic Planning ♦ Start-up / Turnaround / Fast Growth ♦ Operations / Finance Management ♦ US / International GAAP Compliance ♦ P&L / Budgeting / Forecasting ♦ Foreign Exchange / Hedging / Risk Management ♦ Treasury / Cash Management ♦ Investor and Bank Relations ♦ Complex Deal Structuring / High-Level Negotiations ♦ M&A / Due Diligence / Integration ♦ Corporate Governance ♦ Regulatory Compliance / Sarbanes-Oxley ♦ Organizational Development / Process Improvement ♦ Systems Implementation and Integration ♦ Global Talent Development and Leadership ♦ Relationship Building Faith@Work features business people discussing their faith and the impact it has had on their life and work. Please subscribe to our podcast and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/faithatworkradio/ and reach out to our sponsor www.lymerevive.org.
Gladwin - Age 94, formerly of Dimondale, passed away February 13, 2018. She was born November 7, 1923, in McKenzie, TN, to Garland and Lillian Crews. Betty is survived by her children, Ken (JoAnn) Looney and Karen Borton; 5 grandchildren, John (Holly) Looney, Michael (Stacie) Looney, Brian (Alysha) Looney, Clint (Staci) Borton, and Whitney (Matt) Meissner; 12 great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews and other extended family members. She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer Ray Looney; son-in-law, Robert "Bob" Borton; and her 2 sisters and 1 brother. The funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, February 16, 2018, at Holt Baptist Church, 2020 Dean Ave., Holt. Interment will follow in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, Dimondale. Her family will receive friends from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. on Thursday at the Estes-Leadley Holt/Delhi Chapel, plus one hour prior to the service on Friday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Compassus Hospice or The Brook of Gladwin.
Some things in this life happen by accident. Discipleship is not one of those things. This week Jeff Borton joins Brian on the podcast to talk about how to create an environment to effectively disciple students. Jeff shares some of his experience with us from his time both at Christ Fellowship in Miami and now at LongHollow Baptist in Nashville where he is the Next Generation Pastor. The Lord is using Jeff greatly and we think you will benefit greatly from this conversation.
1) News & Notes: Merry Christmas! 2) Game Day: John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine talks Outback Bowl and much more 3) Quick Hits: Program schedule for bowl week Website: www.maizenbrew.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Rich Valdez, Dr. Michele Reed and Ted Hicks as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. Ted Talks about: Kitchen renovation goes south? Youth Football #DFRNTPigeon urban apparel Interviews: Susan Collins: The author of The Technology of Success book series which includes, The Joy of Success: 10 Essential Skills for Getting the Success You Want, will open your eyes to some bad habits you might have that are preventing success, in work and in life. Pam Borton: shares her story, like she bares her soul about failure, success and what it means to be an elite leader in the spotlight in her new book, ON Point: A Coach’s Game Plan for Life, Leadership, and Performing with Grace Under Fire. Only a small few women have risen to the top of major college athletics—a hidden realm and fascinating business. Borton’s story is raw and gut-wrenching, providing a rare glimpse and insight into a world few will ever experience.
1) News & Notes: Gymnastics claims another Big 10 championship. 2) Gameday: Editor John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine is my guest. 3) Quick Hits: News from around WolverineNation. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 for your calls. Email: email@example.com Happy Easter everyone! We'll be back next week to preview the spring game. GO BLUE!
Pam Borton has 27 years coaching Division I basketball, including 12 years in the Big Ten, Pam led her teams to a Final Four, three Sweet Sixteen’s, and numerous NCAA tournament appearances. She has received the “Top 10 Global Women of Leadership Connector” award, “The (Real) Power 50 Award”, the “Ann Bancroft Dream Makers Award”, and the “National Coach of the Year Award” by the New England Basketball Hall of Fame and was recognized as a two-time Naismith National Coach of the Year nominee, and honored with the creation of the Pam Borton Endowment at the University of Minnesota in the College of Education and Human Development. Now an International Coaches Federation (ICF) senior executive coach, Borton is a Global Leadership Consultant for Borton Partners and has a proven track record of success with C-suite executives, senior level leaders, business teams, athletic coaches, and organizations. To learn more visit www.PamBortonPartners.com.
1) News & Notes: More honors for Jabrill Peppers. 2) Gameday: Editor John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine is today's guest. 3) Quick Hits: News from around WolverineNation. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 open 24/7 for your calls. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Have a great Wolverine week everyone! Until next week take care, and as always GO BLUE!
1) View From Section 17: Harbaugh says Jake is the man, and it's not even close! 2) Gameday: Wolverine Magazine Editor John Borton recaps UNLV & scouts BYU. 3) Quick Hits: Injury update & programming notes for this week. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 for your calls. Email: email@example.com On Wednesday we'll have our visitors segment with BYU radio voice Greg Wrubell. Then on Thursday Kelly Lytle joins me on a Michigan Man Extra to discuss his Dad being honored at this weekends games. GO BLUE!
The Lithpcast is named after the rather impressive lisp I have developed since my dentist yanked my front-left incisor out of my mouth the other day and replaced it with empty space and stitches. There will be a new tooth bunged in there at some point, for the time being I have a rather uncomfortable denture which I don't wear, a bad lisp, and a general sense of trepidation about how I am actually supposed to fucking eat. The tunes this week are somewhat defined by the fact that various things have nudged me out of the way of new music, so there is a lot of Song, by Toad Records stuff, but for some reason also a lot of profoundly obscure other songs too. I feature three really good compilations put together by other folk, a wee plug for a pal's label, and there's even time for some surprise Chumbawamba. Who could possibly resist. 01. Blood of the Bull - Hold Your Head Up High and Go Fuck Yourself (00.22)02. Wendell Borton - Saucy (06.39)03. Joyce Delaney - Don't Be an Asshole (09.41)04. Dead Fader - Nightmare Sequence (13.36)05. Chumbawamba - New York Mining Disaster 1941 (23.07)06. Garden of Elks - I Hid Inside (26.44)07. Super Inuit and Jessica Schouela - Blue-Greens (32.36)08. Call to Mind - Breathe (36.37)09. Youngstrr Joey - Listen to Antique Pony Too Much (42.20)10. Don't Die - What is Luvv (Haddaway cover) (48.23)11. Davina Shell - All the Things She Said (t.A.T.u cover) (52.00)12. Virgin of the Birds - Spooky, Stony, Barely Over Thirty (unmastered) (59.22)
Fuck me, sorry, I seem to have managed to not do one of these for about two months. That totally took me aback, I have to confess. Ah well, I suppose it was inevitable. Due to slightly ambitious scheduling we ended up with four or five releases all being live at the same time in the late Winter/early Spring period and I was kind of overwhelmed with all the work which needed doing for all of them I am afraid, which kind of accounts for how overwhelmed I ended up getting. The Cherryblossomcast was suggested by Stephen Lappin on Twitter, as I took that picture over there of our front door once the two cherry trees which flank the gate started flowering this week. It's been sunny and gorgeous here in Edinburgh, and we've been doing that classic thing you do in Northern cities, and sitting outside and drinking too much absolutely every available sunny second, and sometimes persisting way after it's become far too cold to reasonably sit outside. It's just such a joyous relief to feel the warmth and the sunshine, much of a Winter fetish as I do have. 01. Garden of Elks - I Hid Inside (00.22)02. Rob St. John - Young Sun (06.02)03. Woodpigeon - When You Look For Trouble, Trouble Comes (10.30)04. Youngstrr Joey - Cheerleaders (16.43)05. Bat-Bike - Raw (20.51)06. Taman Shud - The Ziggurat, A Mirage (24.49)07. Chump - Sleep In (Bedroom Demo) (30.42)08. DTHPDL - The Future (Live Demo) (39.50)09. Passion Pusher - Thinking Very, Very Hard (44.23)10. Wendell Borton - Saucy (51.34)11. Slows Down - The Blues Easing (56.14)
1) Wolverine News & Notes: Is Caris really staying? Big 10 spring game attendance leading the nation. 2) Michigan Gameday: Associate Editor Michael Spath from The Wolverine is with me talking Michigan Football. 3) Wolverine Quick Hits: The latest Softball, Baseball, and Tennis news. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 open 24/7 for your calls. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org GO BLUE!
1) Wolverine News & Notes: Spring Football practice is underway & the Buckeyes go down hard at Crisler. 2) Michigan Gameday: Wolverine.com Senior Editor Chris Balas is with me to preview spring practice and talk some Michigan hoops. 3) Wolverine Quick Hits: It was a busy week on the Michigan athletic scene. We bring you up to speed. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 for your calls Email: email@example.com Thanks for listening. Next week my scheduled guest is Associate Editor Michael Spath from The Wolverine Magazine. Don't foret to join us. GO BLUE!
1) News & Notes: The calm before the storm. 2) Michigan Gameday: Mid summer football & hoops talk with Editor John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine. 3) Wolverine Quick Hits: Watch lists include several Wolverines. Website: www.gbmwolverine.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842. Open 24/7 for your calls. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to John Borton from The Wolverine for being my guest this week. Subscribe to The Wolverine Magazine by calling 800 421-7751, or visiting www.thewolverineondemand.com. Simply the best! Phone lines are open for your calls 24/7 at 313 263-4842. Are you out there? Give us a call with your thoughts on anything Maize N Blue. Or email us at email@example.com. We'll be back on July 23rd with our next show. Scheduled guest is Shemy Schembechler. Have a great Wolverine week everyone. GO BLUE!
Regenerative Medicine Today welcomes David Borton, PhD. Dr. Borton is an Assistant Professor in the School of Engineering at Brown University as well as a Neuroengineer at the Swiss National Institute of Technology. Dr. Borton discusses his research on spinal injuries and regenerative rehabilitation. For more information about Dr. Borton, click here. Host John Murphy. For [...]
The View From Section 17 - Are you ready for a whiteout? Michigan invades Happy Valley. Visitors Segment - Penn State radio play by play voice Steve Jones updates us on the Nittany Lions. Michigan Gameday - Longtime Editor John Borton from The Wolverine recaps Minnesota and previews Penn State. Wolverine Quick Hits - Thoughts from Coach Hoke. Website: www.gbmwolverine.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 Thanks to our guests today. Penn State radio voice Steve Jones, and John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine. We'll be back next week to recap the trip to Happy Valley & scout our next opponent - The Indiana Hoosiers. Tell you friends about the show and don't forget to join us. If you get the show from I-Tunes please take a minute to give the show a review. Listen for free from your laptop or desktop from I-Tunes. For free weekly delivery click the link below. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michigan-man-podcast/id349888416
Tracklist : 1- Fatboy slim - Praise you (Maribou state) 2- Josh Butler - Got a feeling (Borton) 3- Cajmere - You're the one (pleasurkraft) 4- Malente&Teenage Mutant - Blow my mind 5- Close - My Way (Dusky) 6- Mat.Joe - Hypnotic 7- Deep City - Police brutality 8- Rampue - Don't wanna leave you (nicone&sasha) 9- Dusky - Truth capital T 10- Peer kusiv - Hoch-Tief 11- Edu Imbernon & Coyu -Open air (Tube&Berger) 12- Pete Oak - Alice 13- Fly O Tech - Funk me down 14- Riva Starr - Kill me (claptone) 15- Hot Since - Leave me 16- Julio Okura - Ibiza Fan page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dj-Wilfried/300201548918 Booking : email@example.com
1) The View From Section 17 - What worked & what didn't in the big win on Saturday. 2) Michigan Rewind - Michael Spath from The Wolverine stops by with his take on beating the Buckeyes. 3) Wolverine Quick Hits - Notes from Coach Brady Hoke's Monday presser & the latest Hoops, Hockey & Volleyball news. Website - www.gbmwolverine.com - email - firstname.lastname@example.org - Listener Line - 313 263-4842. Open 24/7 for your audio comments or feedback on anything Maize N Blue. Give us a ring and be heard on an upcoming show. The Michigan Man Podcast is now available as an app in the Android and I-Tunes Market stores. Subscribe for free from I-Tunes by clicking the link below. http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=349888416 Thanks to Michael Spath from The Wolverine for being our guest today. Follow Michigan Sport Year-Round in THE WOLVERINE! Order online at www.comanpublishing.com or by phone at 800 421-7751 Join us next Wednesday when we discuss Michigan's bowl future, and turn our attention to basketball. Michigan beat writer Nick Baumgardner from Ann Arbor.com will be our guest. Don't miss it! Go Blue!