Pepe Reina, así como Cesc Fàbregas, fue una de las caras visibles del ciclo más glorioso del fútbol español. Como gran animador de un vestuario legendario, el ahora guardameta del Villarreal estandarizó el rol que debía tener un portero suplente, tratando de ayudar al máximo al equipo con su buen ambiente y trabajo en equipo. Pese a ello, su realidad en el Estadio de la Cerámica es muy diferente, puesto que es titular de uno de los grandes equipos de LaLiga a sus 40 años por la salida de Gero Rulli. Ahora, ante la que será "su última parada" en el mundo del fútbol, Reina se pasa por 'El Larguero' para analizar lo mejor de la actualidad deportiva.
Drinking From the Toilet: Real dogs, Real training
When we pair two stimuli together as part of a classical conditioning training plan, it can sometimes be hard to determine when the association has been made between the old stimulus and the new stimulus… the “food” and the “bell”, to draw from a popular example. In this episode, I answer a question submitted by a patron with some ideas on what to look for to determine if that association is strong enough and it's time to proceed to the next step. In this episode, we discuss quick review of conditioned emotional response, what happens when you pair a reinforcer with a stimulus in the environment, using this strategy to build a specific, positive CER in a training session, a recap of Lindsay Wood Brown's work on resource guarding, and applying this strategy to stimulus-stimulus pairing with scent. For full show notes and transcript, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/172 This podcast is supported by MET Conference 2023: www.metconference.com/
Today, Ben Hayward joins host Gabriel as they discuss the latest news and updates in La Liga and FC Barcelona. They'll start by exploring the firing of Gattuso as coach and asking the question on everyone's mind: does Valencia have any hope for the future? Next, they'll delve into Ancelotti's second year at Real Madrid and the team-building issues that may be causing their recent slump. We'll also be talking about the dark horse of La Liga, Rayo, who is currently sitting in 5th place with aspirations for European glory. And finally, as Barcelona travels to the Estadio de la Cerámica this weekend, we'll examine the changes at Villarreal under new management and compare them to the time when Unai was in charge. What has been the most impressive aspect of Barcelona's defense? Check out Ben Hayward's Substack! Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/barca to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + a bonus gift It's completely risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Un gol de Dani Ceballos ha dado el triunfo al club blanco en el estadio de la Cerámica culminando una remontada por 3-2.
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In the second episode of our pleasure and desire miniseries we're joined by Dr Amir Marashi, MD, FACS, FACOG, Founder of Cerē, the first anatomically aligned vibrator, to talk all about female anatomy and female pleasure. If you've not already joined our Patreon, you will want to for this episode so you can watch the full video with Dr Marashi, who has a whole load of models to demonstrate what we talk about throughout the episode!We begin by hearing about how Dr Marashi started learning about female pleasure while being brought up in Iran, where women are subject to virginity tests and female pleasure is rarely talked about. He tells us about how doctors are taught about female anatomy and how this contributes to general misinformation about female pleasure and the orgasm gap.Having conducted research into female pleasure and the anatomy of the clitoris, Dr Marashi knows that understanding female anatomy can help with arousal and close the orgasm gap, and he tells us how women and men can get to better know this and improve communication about what gives women pleasure. He also teaches us a bit about the female anatomy and what sex positions are most pleasurable for people with a vulva to improve clitoral stimulation.Finally, we discuss how society feels a lot of shame about the vulva, and the harmful impact this has on normalising women's pain with periods and their vulva, and how encouraging conversations about women's bodies and pleasure fights this stigma and helps save women's lives.We hope you enjoy the episode. Thank you so much to Dr Marashi for joining us, we learnt an incredible amount! If you want to learn more you can find him on TikTok @nycgyno or visit https://getcere.com to find out more about the first anatomically aligned clitoral vibrator!As always, you know where to find us, on TikTok, Instagram and Facebook @sextraspodcast, our website, join our Patreon for access to the full video for each episode and bonus content and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts to make sure you never miss an episode.We'll see you next week for more of our pleasure and desire miniseries!Produced by Mable ProductionsOriginal music by Sacha Puttnam Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Il 13 ottobre 2022 la Regione Sardegna ha stanziato 14 milioni di euro a favore di misure per l'autoconsumo di energia A seguito degli aumenti del costo dell'energia elettrica, con la Legge regionale n. 15 del 13 ottobre 2002, la Sardegna ha stanziato 14 milioni di euro a favore di misure di autoconsumo. Il Testo prevede una dotazione finanziaria di 7 milioni di euro per il 2023 e altrettanti per il 2024. Ogni anno 5 milioni saranno destinati al reddito energetico e 2 alle comunità energetiche. Autoconsumo L'autoconsumo consiste nella possibilità di consumare in loco ad esempio nella propria abitazione o in uno stabilimento produttivo, l'energia elettrica prodotta da un impianto di generazione locale per far fronte ai propri fabbisogni. Normativa L'autoconsumo di energia si può realizzare a tre livelli: individuale, collettivo e di comunità Le ultime due tipologie, autoconsumo collettivo e comunità energetica, sono state introdotte con la Legge n. 8/2020 di conversione del Decreto Milleproroghe del 30 dicembre del 2019. Il Decreto ha anticipato l‘attuazione della Direttiva 2018/2001/RED II consentendo di fatto di costituire l'autoconsumo collettivo. Successivamente, è stato emanato il Decreto legislativo n. 199 del 2021, che avrebbe recepito in modo completo la Direttiva,ma è ormai decaduto. Invece, con la legge n. 34 del 2022 (di conversione del Decreto Energia n. 17/2022) sono state introdotte nuove misure come il contrasto alla povertà energetica, il reddito energetico, e la semplificazione delle procedure di autorizzazione degli impianti fotovoltaici e altre fonti rinnovabili. Autoconsumo collettivo La Direttiva 2018/2001 definisce l' autoconsumo collettivo e la comunità energetica. Nel primo caso si tratta di un gruppo di almeno due clienti finali che si trovano nello stesso edificio e producono energia rinnovabile per il proprio consumo. Inoltre, il gruppo di autoconsumo può immagazzinare o vendere l'energia elettrica purché tali attività non costituiscano l'attività commerciale o professionale principale. In tal modo, il cliente finale diventa un prosumer, consumatore e produttore allo stesso tempo. Uno degli obiettivi principali della misura è quello di favorire l‘utilizzo di energia da fonte rinnovabile nel momento in cui viene prodotta. Invero, la condivisione dell'impianto aumenta la probabilità dello sfruttamento dell'energia nei momenti di picco della sua produzione. Un' altro scopo, non meno importante, è l'autosufficienza. Infatti, è fondamentale predisporre, prima dell'installazione dell‘impianto, un bilancio energetico, una analisi sulle quantità di energia in entrata e in uscita. Un elemento centrale per il perseguimento dell'autosufficienza è lo stoccaggio attraverso sistemi di accumulo che devono essere installati all'interno dell‘edificio in cui si trova l'impianto. Il contratto con cui i soggetti si associano per formare un gruppo di autoconsumo collettivo è di diritto privato. Per questo motivo mantengono in ogni caso i loro diritti di clienti finali, tra cui quello di poter scegliere il proprio fornitore di energia e recedere dal contratto di condivisione dell'energia in ogni momento. Comunità di energia rinnovabile La comunità di energia rinnovabile è un soggetto giuridico autonomo che ha la proprietà e sviluppa impianti per la produzione di energia da fonti rinnovabile. Il soggetto giuridico è fondato su base aperta e volontaria da parte di membri o azionisti che si trovano nei pressi in cui è situato l'impianto. I membri possono essere persone fisiche, PMI o le autorità locali, comprese le amministrazioni comunali. L'obiettivo della comunità energetica è quello di fornire benefici ambientali, economici e sociali a livello di comunità ai suoi azionisti o membri o alle aree locali in cui opera, piuttosto che profitti finanziari. Incentivi e aspetti burocratici Per le configurazioni di autoconsumo sono previsti benefici fiscali ed economici come il corrispettivo unitario, la tariffa premio o, in alternativa, il meccanismo dello scambio sul posto. Nonostante gli incentivi, fino a giugno del 2022, su 100 comunità energetiche mappate solo 16 hanno completato l'iter di attivazione presso il GSE e solo 3 hanno ricevuto gli incentivi statali. ( Appunti/ Tra difficoltà: la ricezione di informazioni da parte dei distributori locali sull'ambito di sviluppo delle CER, i ritardi del GSE nell'iter di registrazione presso il proprio portale e nell‘elargizione degli incentivi, i preventivi onerosi per gli allacci in rete) Anche in Sardegna, i Comuni di Villanovaforru e Ussaramanna hanno costituito una comunità energetica trovando diversi ostacoli .Appunti/ ad esempio, tempi Tempi lunghi allaccio. )nuovo
Y Nada Mas | A Real Madrid Podcast
Real Madrid fell to Villarreal 1-2 at Estadio de la Cerámica this past Saturday. The team from the Valencian community has proven to be a thorn in Real Madrid's side in recent years, yet they have not been able to beat Los Blancos since 2018. However, a lackluster performance from Real Madrid and a strong performance by Villarreal lead "The Yellow Submarine" to their first victory over Real Madrid in 5 years. Real Madrid has little time to right the ship as they are off to Saudi Arabia this week to face Valencia for the Supercopa de España. They will then need to return to Estadio de la Cerámica again in order to play Villareal again in the Round of 16 of La Copa Del Rey. If Real Madrid can't turn around what has been unconvincing performances as of late, it will be tough times ahead for Madridistas. Los Blancos have a string of difficult fixtures coming up versus the likes of Valencia, Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao, and Real Sociedad coming up and all of these times will be chomping at the bit to get 3 points from what seems to be an underperforming Real Madrid. In this episode, we discuss the game versus Villarreal, the lack of depth in the squads, the dip in from some of the players, and how Madridistas should strap for what will be a difficult few weeks. But with that said, this team is no stranger to coming from behind and proving everyone, even it's loyal fans, wrong. It's a team that loves to make us suffer. We'll still always keep the faith regardless and say, ¡Hala Madrid! Social Media Links: Instagram - https://instagram.com/ynmpodcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/ynadamaspodcast Facebook - https://facebook.com/ynadamaspodcast Y Nada Mas Podcast Links: Apple Podcasts - https://bit.ly/YNM-Podcast Google Podcasts - https://bit.ly/2Hu6aYz Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2FvuDfK iHeart Radio - https://ihr.fm/2HCcz4t YouTube - https://bit.ly/YNM-YouTube
We start off the 2023 After Hour Live tonight. In this episode we discuss going from a Foreman to PM, clear up the confusion on fill ratios, attaching J Hooks to threaded rod, sizing a CER, bend radius for coax and other cables, and dealing with a cable that failed propagation delay!Support the show
TalkingHeadz on enterprise communications
TalkingHeadz is an interview format series featuring the movers and shakers of enterprise communications - we also have great guests. In this episode, we check in with Raluca Monet of Google's Chrome Enterprise Recommended (CER) Team. Chrome is a very popular internet browser, but there's more to than many realize. Chrome Enterprise offers organizations a number of advanced features. Chrome Enterprise Recommended recognizes solutions that leverage Chromebooks, Chrome Desks, and ChromeOS. Chrome Enterprise offers a number of management and security features that can benefit a variety of use cases. There are several CER programs, and in this episode we dive into CER CCaaS. Although Chrome can work with several premises-based solutions, the CCaaS sectors have embraced the browser over traditional software clients. Once the agent's desktop is on a browser, why bother with a full PC? Chromebooks are less expensive to purchase, secure, deploy, and maintain. Raluca works directly with CXO level executives to improve profitability and create sustainable growth for corporations. Raluca's areas of expertise include strategy formulation, organizational transformation, operational strategy, profit improvement and performance measurement. She joined Google in 2015.
En Como el Perro y el Gato, entrevistan a Nazaret Agüero, de CER gatos Santo Domingo Caudilla, y David López, de Progatos Rescate Felino, de una gata de una colonia en un pueblo de Toledo que apareció con una flecha atravesada en la cabeza y cuyo captura se tardó en realizar más de 14 horas. Tras su rescate, fue atendida por la Fundación Mascoteros, donde procedieron a la extracción de la flecha del cráneo del felino, el cual se está recuperando milagrosamente.
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PROYECCIONES 2020 - EPISODIO 1
El presidente Alberto Fernández dio marcha atrás y adelantó que le transferirá a la Ciudad de Buenos Aires los fondos coparticipables que surgen de la cautelar de la Corte Suprema. El pago será realizado con bonos TX31, según anticipó el jefe de Estado en un extenso hilo de tuits, y abarcará los fondos correspondientes a 90 días de vigencia de la medida cautelar. “Instruí a la Jefatura de Gabinete de ministros para que reasignen los únicos recursos disponibles del ejercicio 2022 y los transfiera a una cuenta del Banco Nación a nombre del Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Se utilizarán los bonos TX31 y se los pondrá a disposición del cumplimiento de la medida cautelar que impugnamos”, anunció el jefe de Estado. “Dicha transferencia comprenderá, en bonos, el dinero correspondiente a 90 días de vigencia de la medida cautelar, a la espera del fallo definitivo, o a una ley del Congreso que le asigne a este pago los recursos presupuestarios pertinentes”, agregó. El mandatario recordó que los bonos TX31 ya fueron aceptados por el máximo tribunal en una demanda por coparticipación promovida por la provincia de Santa Fe. Los TX31 son bonos del Tesoro en pesos que pagan 2,5% por sobre el ajuste del índice CER. Son títulos que nunca fueron licitados y efectivamente fueron emitidos para pagarle una deuda judicial al gobierno de Omar Perotti. En sus posteos, el Presidente confirmó la estrategia judicial anunciada la semana pasada: instruyó al procurador Carlos Zaninni para que presente un recursos de revocatoria “in extremis” contra la decisión judicial tomada. A par, ordenó recusar a los cuatro integrantes de la Corte que firmaron la resolución la semana pasada. No obstante, Fernández marcó un cambio con respecto a lo que se había informado la semana pasada y resaltó: “Las decisiones judiciales son obligatorias aun cuando las estime disvaliosas e injustas”. Y agregó: “Respetuoso del Estado de Derecho buscaré revertir la mala resolución del CSJN y retomar la senda del federalismo observando y haciendo observar la Constitución como he jurado hacer”. El jefe de Estado instruyó además al ministro de Economía, Sergio Massa, a enviar un proyecto al Congreso que se debatirá en sesiones extraordinarias para que se prevean en el Presupuesto los recursos necesarios para hacer cumplir el fallo judicial.
“Seguimos viendo valor en los instrumentos que indexan por CER, más allá de la baja del IPC de noviembre”. Emiliano Anselmi, Team Leader de Macroeconomía de PPI.
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In this year's final episode of the Centre for European Reform podcast, our researchers unpack the most significant event of the past year, Russia's war on Ukraine. The CER's experts analyse the impact of the war thus far and share their predictions for 2023. Ian Bond, director of foreign policy, evaluates Russia and Ukraine's performance in the war and the Western response. Senior research fellow Luigi Scazzieri discusses the war's impacts on European defence and enlargement. Elisabetta Cornago, senior research fellow, explains how the war has affected energy policy. Zach Meyers, senior research fellow, shares his views on the technological aspects of the war. And Charles Grant, director of the CER, gives his insights on the war's broader geopolitical implications.
Una mirada con lupa a las investigaciones adelantadas por la fiscal Cerón, las cuales presentan una anomalía: el dinero recibido por el excongresista Otto Bula, estaría bajo la indagación de otras dos personas.
#MedTechVoices continues with the first episode of a brand new mini series: Proactive PMCF Data with Economy and Expediency (#1). This series is about looking at the successes that RQM+ has had over time in collecting data of sufficient quality and quantity for legacy devices across all device classifications... and sharing our learnings and strategies along the way. For the first video/audio, Jaishankar Kutty, Ph.D. is joined by Niki Caporali Spaniel, RAC and Torrie DeGennaro. Our current plan for future episodes in this mini series: Focused on notified body feedback and key learnings Path from CER to PMCF plan (regulatory perspective) Path from CER to PMCF plan (clinicians perspective) Exploring some vital parameters that ensure we collect sufficient quality and quantity of clinical evidence Deep dive into PMCF plans and outcomes on a per device basis For non-Spotify users interested in the video version of this clip, you can view on the RQM+ LinkedIn page here. For more thoughts and free resources from our industry-leading experts just like this, please check out the RQM+ Knowledge Center. We have a ton of fantastic on-demand content available. Thank you for listening! We hope you enjoy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deviceadvice/message
Maria Ana Vasco Costa é artista visual, vive e trabalha em Lisboa.A sua prática centra-se essencialmente em escultura e intervenções sites-specific, utilizando a cerâmica como material de eleição.É formada em Arquitectura pela Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, completando a sua formação em Cerâmica no Ar.Co – Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual tendo finalizado com Projecto Avançado de Arte Plásticas.Foi selecionada para o Mostyn Open 19 e as suas intervenções têm sido premiadas nos Surface Design Awards, UK, em 2016, 2017 e em 2018.Maria Ana expõe regularmente o seu trabalho em Portugal e no estrangeiro: Exposições individuais: “5 a.m.” Galeria Fonseca Macedo, Açores (2022); “Viridian”, Taffimai(2022); ”Ice Ice Baby” Appleton (2021) "Água d ́Alto", Galeria Municipal de Arte, Almada (2019); ”Veículo Longo”, Casa Atelier Vieira da Silva (2019) Exposições Colectivas: ”Pintura: Campo de Observação II”, Galeria Cristina Guerra (2021);”Pitching itself a tent where we all may enter” Quetzal Art Centre, (2021) “No Feminino “ Galeria Fonseca Macedo, Ponta Delgada (2019);“The Land of the Glazed Cities” Imperial Palace, Beijing (2019); “Do presente para o futuro”, Museu Nacional do Azulejo, Lisboa (2018); “Portugal Tropical”, Merzbau Gallery, Miami (2016); “Primeira Escolha”, Museu José Malhoa, Caldas da Rainha (2016); “Mostyn 19 Agora”, Mostyn, Landudno, Wales (2015), “HD”, Espaço AZ, Lisboa (2014) e “ABECEDÁRIO - 40 Anos do Ar.Co”, Museu do Chiado, Lisboa, Portugal (2013).Maria Ana fez em 2022 uma escultura pública de homenagem a Simone Veil, por ocasião do encerramento da Temporada Portugal França a convite da Câmara Municipal de Lisboa e é co-responsável pelo departamento de Cerâmica do Ar.Co – Centro de Arte e Comunicação visual Links: https://mavcstudio.com/ https://jeannebucherjaeger.com/artist/vasco-costa-maria-ana/ https://www.lisboa.pt/atualidade/noticias/detalhe/simone-veil-homenageada-em-lisboa https://www.publico.pt/2020/06/14/culturaipsilon/noticia/arquitectura-paredes-dancam-luz-1920013 https://vimeo.com/228050057 https://www.rtp.pt/play/p10004/terra-historias-da-ceramica https://www.rtp.pt/play/p3958/e320958/criar-pt Episódio gravado a 25.11.2022 http://www.appleton.pt Mecenas Appleton:HCI / Colecção Maria e Armando Cabral Financiamento:República Portuguesa - Cultura / DGArtes Apoio:Câmara Municipal de Lisboa
Pēc tam, kad Nacionālā elektronisko plašsaziņas līdzekļu padome (NEPLP) šonedēļ atņēma apraides atļauju Krievijas neatkarīgajam televīzijas kanālam TV "Rain", kas plašāk pazīstams ar nosaukumu "Doždj", Latvijas Radio ierakstu sērijā "Cilvēks ziņu virsrakstos" sarunājās un centās izzināt "Doždj" galveno redaktoru Tihonu Dzjadko. Dienu pirms NEPLP lēmuma pasludināšanas par apraides atļaujas anulēšanu "Doždj" Latvijas Radio satika Dzjadko pie Ziemassvētku tirdziņa Vecrīgā. Aiz izgreznotajiem namiņiem, kur pārdod karstvīnu, mirdzēja lielā egle un skaisti sniga sniegs, bet viņš stāvēja vientuļš, skumjš un nomākts. Atzinās, ka nevar sakopot domas. Sarunas laikā Dzjadko labi nostādītā balss atkal skanēja pārliecinoši, nervozu atmosfēru radīja tikai īsziņas, kas nepārtraukti pienāca uz galda noliktajā telefonā. Cerība, ka NEPLP, novērtējot šī telekanāla lomu Krievijas noziedzīgās politikas izgaismošanā, pēc trim noteikumu pārkāpumiem tomēr vēl dos iespēju labot ēterā pieļautās kļūdas, izdzisa otrdienas rītā. Valstiskā līmenī sagaidītai Latvijā ar sirsnīgu atbalstu, "Doždj" komandai nākas sākt apsvērt jaunus nākotnes scenārijus. Dzjadko Latvijas Radio atzinās: no sirds negrib braukt prom. Viņa dzīve šogad bijusi izkaisīta starp trim valstīm. Kopā ar sievu Jekaterinu Kortikadzi, kas arī ir raidījumu vadītāja "Doždj", un tolaik vēl nepilnus divus gadus veco dēlu Mihailu marta sākumā viņi aizbēga no Krievijas uz Gruziju. Tur joprojām strādā daļa "Doždj" komandas. Dzjadko un Kotrikadze Latvijā ieradās 11. jūlijā. Viņai ir pusaugu dēls no iepriekšējām attiecībām, bet Dzjadko – divi bērni. Tāpat kā ukraiņu atvasēm, arī Krievijas opozīcijas žurnālistu bērniem dzimtās mājas atņēma karš.
Que tal viajar sem fazer malas, sem pegar avião ou ônibus? Sim, isso é possível! Você pode ter vivências incríveis em sua própria cidade ou arredores. Curtir aventuras em sua própria cidade ou bem perto dela, chama-se staycation! Já falamos um pouco sobre isso no episódio 4 e hoje vamos descobrir outras formas de experimentar aventuras bem pertinho da gente! No episódio 32 do Viajantes Bem Vividas, o 1º podcast de viagem feito por 2 mulheres 60+, conversamos com Bruno, um jovem empreendedor, que criou a Bora Experiências, uma plataforma que faz curadoria de experiências de bem estar, artes e gastronomia. Vem saber como é isso! Marcenaria para Iniciantes, Workshop de Cafés Especiais, Estamparia em Cerâmica, Trilha e Yoga, Visita e Brunch no Olival, Jantar Literário, entre outras maravilhosas opções estão disponíveis no site. Criada em plena pandemia, a Bora chegou para mostrar que bem pertinho de onde você mora é possível conhecer lugares, desenvolver novas habilidades, fazer novos amigos, enfim viver experiências marcantes e significativas. Voltada inicialmente para o público maduro, a Bora valoriza o relacionamento intergeracional e assim todos são bem vindos. Tudo junto e misturado onde o que vale é querer “viver e aprender coisas novas” A idade é apenas um número. Ela não determina nosso lugar no mundo. Velho, idoso, terceira idade, maduro… Não se prenda a nomenclatura mas viva plenamente a vida. Não adie seus planos, tire os sonhos do papel e voe viajando nas experiências! Siga Bora Experiências Instagram; YouTube; Site Siga as redes sociais de Sylvia Yano Blog Sentidos do Viajar, Instagram; Facebook; YouTube; Pinterest Siga as redes sociais de Lilian Azevedo Blog Uma Senhora Viagem; Instagram; Facebook; Pinterest; #viajenasexperiências #boraexperiencias #staycation #viajepertodecasa #podcastviajantesbemvividas #podcastbrasil #podcastdeviagem #podcastdeviagemparaidosos #podcastdeviagemparamulheres #viagemparamulheres #viagemparaterceiraidade #viagemparaidosos #viagemmelhoridade #podcastdeviagemparaaterceiraidade #idososviajantes #novosidosos #novosvelhos #geracaoprateada #viagemnamaturidade #viagem60mais #viajantes60mais #viagensparaaterceiraidade #idosos #velhice #envelhecer #melhoridadeviaja #umasenhoraviagem #sentidosdoviajar
In this week's episode of the CER podcast, Camino Mortera-Martinez, head of our Brussels office, and Sander Tordoir, senior economist at the CER, explain the escalating conflict between Hungary and the EU. They discuss the EU's strategies for tackling democratic backsliding and corruption in Hungary, and cast light on the politics and economics of Hungary's frozen EU funds. Produced by Helmi Pillai and Rosie Giorgi Music by Edward Hipkins
In this week's Centre for European Reform podcast, John Springford, our deputy director, and Sander Tordoir, senior economist at the CER, discuss the EU's fiscal rules. They consider why the rules matter, what their shortcomings are, and weigh up the European Commission's proposal for tweaking the current fiscal rulebook. Produced by Helmi Pillai and Rosie Giorgi Music by Edward Hipkins
Oväntade men roliga Unai Emery-ritornon! Onormala Pep Guardiola! Metaforen Rikard Norling! Återigen imponerande Häcken! Casemiro 2.0! Vinstmaskinen Napoli! Palavret på Cerámica! Mauro Icardis nya Wanda-situation! Dusan Umicevic nya usla anekdot! Inlägget 664. Hur var det här då? dök först upp på Tutto Balutto.
In this week's Centre for European Reform podcast, CER media co-ordinator Rosie Giorgi puts our listeners' questions to senior research fellows, Elisabetta Cornago and Zach Meyers, and head of our Brussels office, Camino Mortera-Martínez. They discuss how EU policy-makers are responding to the energy crisis, why the UK should tread carefully in burning the EU rulebook, and who the most powerful European leader is right now. [01:30] Energy crisis measures: what are the measures agreed upon so far? [08:58] What were this week's new emergency proposals on natural gas? [12:59] Does the UK have a strategy for divergence from EU financial services regulation? [18:53] How will the EU tackle online abuse? [23:50] Which European leader is making the biggest mark on the EU's economic and political development?
Continuiamo a parlare di CER, comunità energetiche rinnovabili, e dopo aver ragionato soprattutto di criticità e criteri di progettazione, con un case history cerchiamo di capire come si stanno muovendo le aziende.Tra le formule più interessanti c'è anche quella del condominio di imprese, facilmente realizzabile negli stabili dedicati prevalentemente a uffici e attività commerciali, in cui si può implementare una versione semplificata delle CER che prende il nome di autoconsumo collettivo.Ospite: Antonio Romeo, Direttore di DINTEC, Consorzio per l'Innovazione Tecnologica di Unioncamere
Torniamo a parlare di CER, comunità energetiche rinnovabili, intorno alle quali c'è una crescente attività da parte delle imprese: queste comunità rappresentano, infatti, uno strumento concreto per ridurre il peso delle bollette in un momento difficilissimo.Parliamo della possibilità di costituire dei gruppi, delle comunità appunto, formate da privati cittadini, imprese, enti pubblici, associazioni, ecc., all'interno delle quali l'energia prodotta da fonti rinnovabili - per lo più fotovoltaico - e ceduta in tempo reale ad altri membri della CER, è incentivata dallo Stato con un contributo di 11 centesimi al KWh.Ma quali sono gli aspetti più critici di cui tenere conto nel disegnare una CER?Ospite: Antonio Romeo, Direttore di DINTEC, Consorzio per l'Innovazione Tecnologica di Unioncamere
Sono entità giuridiche che permettono a cittadini, aziende o amministrazioni di produrre, condividere e consumare energia di impianti fotovoltaici o altri impianti di energia rinnovabile. In Italia ce ne sono già un centinaio, racconta Giulia Cimpanelli. Mentre Mariateresa Imparato ci spiega come funziona la «Cer» di San Giovanni a Teduccio, Napoli, di cui è stata fra le promotrici, dimostrando che l'ecologia può essere molto conveniente.Per altri approfondimenti:- La piattaforma che aiuta i cittadini ad avviare una comunità energetica rinnovabile https://bit.ly/3dEK0n8- Login, il portale del Corriere dedicato a tecnologia, innovazione e scienza https://www.corriere.it/tecnologia/- Dalle rinnovabili 700.000 nuovi occupati nel 2021: “Ma servono nuove strategie e pari opportunità” https://bit.ly/3Rc4FMM
Big changes are coming to the UCC, the Uniform Commercial Code, with regard to cryptocurrency and other digital assets. What will that mean to business transactions involving those digital assets going forward? In this episode of the More with McGlinchey podcast, attorneys Arthur Rotatori and Marshall Grodner discuss the proposed amendments to the Uniform Commercial Code, which include revisions to Article 9 and Article 12 and the definition of a Controllable Electronic Record, or CER, as well as the anticipated timeframe for adoption. This is the next installment in our DeFi Deep Dive Series. Check out episode 44: A Deep Dive into DeFi (Decentralized Finance) for an introduction and part one of the series.
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¿A qué responde la avalancha de remodelaciones que estamos viendo en estadios de fútbol españoles? El Bernabéu, el Camp Nou, Balaídos, el Estadio de la Cerámica, Son Moix… Los clubes cada vez destinan una inversión mayor a adecuar sus sedes a las exigencias de una afición en constante evolución. En este capítulo te vamos a explicar cuánto puede suponer abordar un proyecto como este y cuáles son los cambios más comunes que están afrontando las entidades españolas.
In this week's Centre for European Reform podcast, our experts answered your questions. Our media co-ordinator Rosie Giorgi spoke to CER foreign policy director, Ian Bond, senior research fellow, Zach Meyers, and our deputy director, John Springford. They considered how Europe should protect its interests while maintaining a strong trading relationship with China, what the EU has planned in the way of tax reforms, and why the EU's banking union has stalled. Produced by Rosie Giorgi Music by Edward Hipkins
Bienvenides a Medita Podcast que alegría que estés aquí, el día de hoy te tengo a una mega invitada de súper lujo.Dariela es terapeuta, autora del amazon best seller “Divinamente”, facilitadora de los programas “Divinamente” y “CER”, creadora de la agenda “Divinamente” y host del podcast “The Holistic Project”.¿Quieres saber más acerca de Dariela?Visita su página: www.darielacantu.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/darielacantud/Y si quieres saber todo acerca de mis cursos y talleres te invito a explorar:Nuestra academia en línea: www.mardelcerro.com/academiaO vente a meditar en vivo conmigo y con toda la comunidad: www.mardelcerro.com/comunidadGracias por escuchar Medita Podcast, recuerda que cualquier duda, idea o propuesta estoy para ti en:IG: www.instagram.com/mardelcerroIG: www.instagram.com/meditapodcastCorreo: email@example.comGracias, gracias, gracias por dejarme guiar tu práctica, es un honor que me permitas acompañarte y ser parte de tu camino meditativo.Namasté, Mar
José Luis Morales anotó dos tantos y dio una asistencia en el encuentro del Villarreal de fase previa de Conference League ante el Hajduk de Croacia. Dio una exhibición con su nuevo equipo pero en su antiguo feudo, ya que el Ciutat de Valencia acogió el encuentro debido a las obras del Estadio de la Cerámica. Su equipo ganó 4-2 y dejó la eliminatoria muy de cara para la vuelta. Tras el encuentro, el atacante madrileño se pasó por los micrófonos de 'El Larguero' para charlar con Yago de Vega y contar sus impresiones.
It buzzes, it flushes, it creates millions of tiny implosions during every cycle -- it's the amazing, awesome, underrated science of ultrasonic cleaning! With each passing year, our industry is seeing more and more utilization of ultrasonic cleaning technology to address the increasingly complex surgical instrumentation and medical devices coming through our Sterile Processing departments. On this Season 17 podcast episode of Beyond Clean, we speak with Karen Owens, RN, MSN, CRCST, CIS, CER, CHL, FCS, CQIA Senior Director, Clinical and Customer Education and Sarah Brown, BA, MBA Senior Product Manager at STERIS Corporation to discuss how these devices actually work, where they best fit into the standard reprocessing workflow, and a few myths around their use. Whether you have an ultrasonic cleaner that you want to learn more about, or are trying to gather information to justify purchasing one for your department, we think you'll find something worth hearing on this interview! Hope this helps you #FightDirtyBetter in your hospital today. Season 17 episodes are individually approved for 1 CE, so once you finish this interview, you can download your CE certificate immediately by passing the short quiz linked below each week. For access to this CE quiz and over 300 other free CE credits, visit our CE Credit Hub: http://www.beyondclean.net/ce-credit-hub #BeyondClean #SterileProcessing #Podcast #CE #PowerToProcess #Equipment #Season17 #WeFightDirty #WeEducateDifferently
In this week's CER podcast, Isabel Hardman, assistant editor of The Spectator, joins our director, Charles Grant. They consider the UK Conservative party leadership contest, where party members have to choose between Rishi Sunak, the former chancellor, and Liz Truss, the foreign secretary. Charles and Isabel consider how each candidate's government experience has shaped their stances on key issues, and examine what the outcome of the election could mean for Britain's relationship with the EU and its place in the world. Produced by Rosie Giorgi Music by Edward Hipkins
It's an unassuming metal box off to the corner or sitting on the edge of your assembly table. But it creates the sealed barrier between sterile instruments and the world of dangerous microbes outside seeking to do our patients harm. You guessed it! We're talking about the department heat sealer on this episode of Season 17 "The Power to Process" on Beyond Clean. Our featured guest for this interview is podcast favorite Kevin Anderson MBA, BSN, RN, CNOR, CRCST, CHL, CIS, CER, Clinical Education Specialist at Healthmark Industries Co. During this deep dive into all things heat sealing, we discuss training, maintenance, technology and trends surrounding this little piece of reprocessing equipment that has such a big impact on our peel pack workflow. If you've ever taken your heat sealer for granted, or just want to nerd out on the intricacies of this little bundle of sealing joy, make sure to join us for this educational interview! We hope you enjoy! Season 17 episodes are individually approved for 1 CE, so once you finish this interview, you can download your CE certificate immediately by passing the short quiz linked below each week. For access to this CE quiz and over 300 other free CE credits, visit our CE Credit Hub: http://www.beyondclean.net/ce-credit-hub #BeyondClean #SterileProcessing #Podcast #CE #PowerToProcess #Equipment #Season17 #WeFightDirty #WeEducateDifferently
In this new Centre for European Reform podcast, we looked ahead to Italy's autumn elections. Our media co-ordinator Rosie Giorgi spoke to Luigi Scazzieri, senior research fellow at the CER, about Mario Draghi's resignation as Italian Prime Minister; the hard-right firebrand Giorgia Meloni, who's tipped to replace him; and what a (probable) right-wing coalition government could mean for Italy's relationship with the EU and Rome's foreign policy.
Conversamos con la escritora ecuatoriana Julia Rendón que presenta su primera novela, Lengua ajena (De Conatus), donde ahonda en la experiencia de la migración a través del devenir de cuatro generaciones de mujeres conectadas por historias que se van transmitiendo a través del tiempo. Visitamos después la exposición Vuelta a casa. Loza fina de Talavera de la Reina y Puente del Arzobispo, de la colección del Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias González Martí de Valencia, en el museo Ruiz de Luna de Talavera de la Reina. Una cerámica declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad, junto con la cerámica mexicana de Puebla. Escuchar audio
The one and only Helen Levi joins us this week from Queens, New York! We talk about how she transitioned into pottery after studying photography, road tripping across the states to visit ceramic factories, and how her business and practice has shifted over time. Helen tells us about how she began slip casting for the effect, her recent tile collaboration with Cerámica Suro, and her instinctual approach to color. We also discuss the pros and cons of production pottery vs. the artist myth and the benefits of working holistically.Additional topics include: mopping hacks, car kilns, cup clubs, sidewalk sales and Willy Wonka.Stay mushy,Aimee & ClareOur theme music is by Nick Thompson-Brown at @wayitworksmusicRate, review and subscribe (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-slip-cast/)Support the show
Podcast muy musical el de hoy, porque arranca con una entrevista al director del Coro de RTVE, Marco Antonio García de Paz. Nos visita Juan Girón, quien desestima los tópicos que rodean a los fumadores de Habanos. Viajamos hasta Murcia para adentrarnos en un auténtico templo vinícola, Maza y Cerón. En Buenos humos conversamos con un Veguero Centrofinos en la mano, luego recomendamos la lectura del nuevo libro de Fernando Aramburu y despedimos el podcast con "Coplas del olvido" de Olga Cespa.
The CER is a framework that was created to help students with the practice of engaging in an argument using evidence. It helps them understand the difference between parts of an argument. However, it is often confusing for them to distinguish between evidence and reasoning. We received this question from Ben in Michigan. "The difference between evidence and reasoning gets very blurry. I don't understand the difference." Don't worry Ben! We are here to help. In this episode, Erin explains the difference and gives you tips for using the CER Framework in your classroom. To view the full episode recap, click here. Other Resources 5 Ways to Use the Practice of Engaging in an ArgumentEpisode 78: Improving Scientific ArgumentsNicole's Analyzing and Interpreting Data FREEBIEErin's Resource for Teaching ArgumentationCAST Item Specifications
The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT The prevailing impression of Google and digital signage is that the tech giant came briefly into the sector a few years ago, made some noise, and then quietly left. But the reality is that the tech giant has continued to be active in digital signage, and there are numerous screen networks out there running on Chrome OS devices through different CMS software vendors. Then there's Android, the Google-developed operating system used on a pile of smart displays and separate play-out boxes. But now Google is again getting visibly active in the digital signage and related kiosk ecosystem, extending an existing program called Chrome Enterprise Recommended to software vendors who use Chrome OS. It's also introduced a Chrome OS device management license, for narrow-purpose uses like screens and kiosks, that works out to just a touch more than a couple of bucks a month. And there's Flex, an application that can extend the life of a Windows box by running Chrome, and enable screen networks using a blend of playback hardware. I think a lot of the early interest in Google, back in 2015, was with the relatively low prices of the software and hardware. These days, it likely has more to do with scale, manageability and security. I spoke with Naveen Viswanatha, Google's product lead on Chrome OS. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Naveen, thank you for joining me. What's your role at Google? Naveen Viswanatha: Hey, thanks for having me. I am the Chrome OS Product Lead for our solution areas and our solution areas include virtualization, contact center, and very recently we've beefed up our kiosk and digital signage solution area. Are you at the main campus out in Silicon Valley? Naveen Viswanatha: I am, indeed. Yeah, right here in the heart of the main campus in Mountain View. How long have you been with Google? Naveen Viswanatha: I have been with Google for 16 years but I haven't been spending the whole time in Chrome OS. I've been using Chrome OS for about 7 years, I believe. So you're almost a lifer in Google terms? Naveen Viswanatha: I guess so, it seems like that. I'm gonna talk about Chrome OS. Can you give me a sense of the installed base globally for Chrome OS? I don't need like today's number, but just like … it's many millions, right? Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah. We don't break out specific details, but yeah it's in the millions and that kind of spans, I would say across three broad areas. Education is one area. So students and student Chromebooks and boxes. Consumer, and then Enterprise and, within Enterprise, that's where my focus is in the solution space. So yeah, that's how we look at the overall market, but yeah it's seen a tremendous amount of growth, especially in the last several years. Yeah, the pandemic really put a push on Chrome for Education, right? Naveen Viswanatha: It did. I would actually say that it increased an already healthy appetite for Chrome devices within the education space. I actually used to be part of the education team, and we went from devices that were primarily purchased by schools and districts to devices that were now starting to see adoption in the home and that was the kind of recent trend that we saw over the course of the pandemic is really devices being used in the home, remote for delivery of curriculum. Would that be driven in part by just the simple fact that the kids are learning at home now, and the parents are seeing the Chromebooks and thinking, okay these are perfectly workable laptops? Naveen Viswanatha: That's entirely right, and in addition to that, some of the unique capabilities allow students to use their education profiles. So the same profile that they use on their Chromebooks at school, they can log into a personal Chromebook at home and all of their data, all of their bookmarks, their applications, everything is synced to them pretty uniquely. And so, that ability of having this kind of floating cloud profile was another reason that it became really easy to simply adopt Chrome devices at home. Okay, so on the enterprise side, you know, this is a digital signage podcast so we talk about digital signage. I assume that relative to education and to consumer, the percentage of the installed basis for digital signs of kiosk would be still pretty small, right? Naveen Viswanatha: It's smaller. It's growing though, and in fact, I would actually say that we saw a lot of acceleration, arguably more acceleration broadly in the Enterprise space, over the pandemic in terms of growth, relative to the other verticals I was talking about, and a lot of that had to do with unique capabilities of Chrome that aligned really well with some of the challenges that businesses had during the pandemic to really maintain business continuity, whether that was remote work or whether that was increased concerns around security, data protection due to being remote. These are all things that Chrome OS was really designed for, and so over the course of the pandemic, we saw a huge acceleration in these trends, and as a result Chrome OS was really the platform and endpoint of choice for many organizations. When I wrote last week about the announcement that, of the the recommended track for kiosk in digital signage. I said that Google made a big splash in the digital signage space in 2015. They took a big booty in the middle of the primary trade show for the industry and had all kinds of people looking at that booth and going, “oh, interesting, these guys are involved. I wonder what that means and will they take over and so on…” and it didn't really happen, there would be suggestions that Google got into the space and then got out of the space but what I wrote was basically, maybe they stepped back a little bit visibly, but they've continued to be in the digital signage and kiosk space and have a pretty decent footprint that isn't known. Is that a fair statement? Naveen Viswanatha: I think that is a fair characterization and I'm glad you brought that up because, as we've seen the trend over the course of the last couple of years, some of the trends that I was talking about with regards to the pandemic, those trends around moving to cloud and web are significant. Those trends in moving to remote and hybrid work are significant, increased data protection and controls are significant, and that primarily those three things really accrue primarily to end user computing so Chrome books and Chrome boxes used by employees. But in addition to that, I think this kind of ties back to your point, we did see a lot of interesting trends as people started moving back into physical spaces. So increased expectations from customers for self-service options, increased expectations from employees for more engaging physical environments when they do return to the office, and these kinds of latter two trends are unique to kiosk and digital signage. So that's where we started really leaning more into this business that we have had for some time, as you mentioned, but really on the backs of what our customers and our partners were doing and what we're seeing as broader trends, we really wanted to lean into this area and really help drive more growth and drive more value into the overall ecosystem znd so recently we have really beefed up our efforts around kiosks and digital signage. You know, when you work in a very niche industry like digital signage, you have this distorted idea that it's actually a pretty big industry, but in the the overall scheme of things, it's tiny, and I wondered if Google, going back a few years, looked at digital signage and continued to look at it and thought this is interesting stuff. Signage and kiosks, it's got some possibilities, but it's so small compared to education. How much focus have you put on it? Naveen Viswanatha: I think that's a fair question. The reality, I think is that we have always maintained that we want to be an enterprise computing platform, or commercial, basically anything that requires a business or an organization or an NGO or a government to purchase devices and be the primary buyer. So it's a very broad space, and over the last several years, we have endeavored to really beef up our capabilities around end user computing. That was somewhat timed coincidentally with the pandemic. So that was an area of focus for us starting in 2018-19, really to emphasize these focuses on these solution areas, as I was mentioning, to really go after distinct sections of the enterprise market, and then very recently, starting to invest in kiosk and digital signage because we're starting to see additional trends driving that and those trends being lined up with ChromeOS capabilities. So I wouldn't say it was due to the size of the market in particular. I think it's just in terms of when we think about our overall strategy and where we saw our customers really taking the platform, we wanted to really lean into those areas, and so that's really been the main driver is trying to meet our customers where they are, and identify areas that have a strong product market fit in the enterprise space and you see that as a reflection of the key solution areas that we're investing in, including kiosks and signage now. So when Google as a company takes an interest in something like this, how does that manifest itself in real terms? Is there like a dedicated team or is this one market that a broader Chrome OS team pays attention to and puts some work into? Naveen Viswanatha: That's a really good question. So I keep referring to these solution areas and maybe it'll help a little bit because I think that'll help frame the answer to your question a bit more to talk about what these solution areas are. A few years ago we started looking at where we were seeing product market fit and where we were seeing our customers adopt Chrome OS beyond education, and really noticed that to deliver a robust solution built on top of this platform, you really needed to have an end to end solution that customers and organizations knew was just gonna work and work really well, and so what that meant was there's really four components to these solution areas. So there's underlying features and capabilities of the operating system itself, so security, APIs, core functionality that the operating system provides, even for enterprises, things that are unique to the solution areas and I can list off a few new features and capabilities that we have as an example that are unique to the kiosk and signage solution area but that's another part of that. The second component is around management. So how can these solutions areas and their administrators and the folks that manage these solutions, manage the platform easily? And then there's an ecosystem component to this too, and this is really what I think rounds out our notion of a solution area. An ecosystem includes devices so endpoints and OEMs, as well as peripherals and then ISV partners. So solution providers that actually build their products on top of Chrome OS and we ensure that they're optimized and integrated into the operating system. So that's what constitutes a solution area, and as we saw increased focus and investment in those solution areas, we started really orienting our teams to deliver against that. On the product and engineering side and the UX side within Google, that means that we still rely on broad platform capabilities that you think of more as foundational layers, but increasingly we have teams that are focused on delivering features capabilities, management capabilities, specific to solution areas. And we'll talk a little bit about that or what we did for the kiosk, and then in addition to that, we really started focusing our partner teams on the partners, both the devices, peripherals, as well as ISV partners that we wanted to work with to really bring these solutions to life, and so there's increasing focus around these areas and we're really organizing ourselves across the stack to really deliver towards these solutions. So you have this Chrome enterprise recommended track for “kiosk and digital signage”. When I saw that, I wasn't familiar with it and I thought, okay, they've created this, but in doing a little bit of digging, it looks like you have Chrome enterprise recommended tracks in other areas already. So this is something you already do and you've added digital signs and kiosks? Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah, that's exactly right. The solution tracks that you saw prior to the recent announcement for the kiosk track were really built around the end user computing growth that we were seeing in the last several years that I was alluding to earlier, and very recently, last week we announced the kiosk and signage Chrome enterprise recommended solution track, and so nine partners that we worked with, their solutions are validated, they're optimized, they're integrated into Chrome OS. That means that our partner engineering teams have worked with these organizations to ensure that everything that they build on our platform works. They are regression tests every release that comes out. So we're really tightly working with these organizations, and we only expect, especially in the kiosk and signage space, this category to grow over the coming quarters and years. And this whole validation process, is that to keep your engineers sane or is it in certain respects, a marketing tool to say this is kind of Google approved and Google validated? Naveen Viswanatha: It's a bit of both actually. We actually go through and test these solutions within our own test labs, and then these providers also will be testing their solutions with every Chrome OS release, and as a result of that, we badge these providers, these ISV partners of ours, and that badge effectively denotes that level of confidence for any organization that's going to adopt an end to end solution. Some of the companies that are involved in this are pretty small in relative terms. Are they getting involved, to use a term a colleague of mine used to use, “to bask in reflected glory that we're working with Google” or have they made a business decision based on the technology that this is where things are going and we wanna get ahead of it? Naveen Viswanatha: I've spoken to many of these partners and really a lot of it boils down to their alignment either from a business or technology standpoint that they want to really align their solutions with a platform that they feel is going to help them scale their business. These are organizations that are typically developing web-based applications that are lightweight, robust and work well on Chrome as a web-based operating system. Security is a big concern for them, and I think it's a growing concern in the signage space. We've spoken to many customers having concerns about their screens taken over. If you have more and more screens in your physical spaces, your brand and your operations are potentially at risk, and so a lot of these partners kind of align to that element of Chrome, and I think the simplicity in being able to remotely manage devices, that's another area that these partners have really embraced and benefited from. So I think it's really around looking at what technology and platform they want to align with and that's where we've started our conversations with them and as you mentioned they represent a specific segment of the market, and I think over the coming quarters and years, we're really looking to add more partners to our kiosk and signage Chrome enterprise recommended track. I got a sense back in 2015 that when the first iteration of this came out and you had a whole bunch of partners really quickly that a lot of the energy and interest around Chrome devices was, here's low cost management software and relatively low cost playback hardware versus the PCs that were out in the market then and it was just at a point when you were starting to see set top boxes and things like that being used. I sense that's changed, that the partner marketplace is a lot more sophisticated, and as you've alluded to, they're looking more at things like security and ease of management? Naveen Viswanatha: A hundred percent, that is absolutely right. The kiosk and signage landscape has shifted dramatically, I think, in the last, 18 to 24 months really, kind of emerging out of the pandemic as well, and I think it was shifting before and then I think what happened was that a lot of physical spaces started really being underutilized during the early part of the pandemic, but then that really set customer expectations and business expectations a lot around how they can be use technology to really digitally transform their businesses, and so as people started moving back into physical spaces, customers started moving back into physical spaces, it came with a fervor that I think has really accelerated some interesting opportunities in the signage space. Opportunities and threats too, as you mentioned, security and data protection and these things are becoming more and more of a concern. Updating, if you have more screens and more kiosks in your physical space, the kind of traditional operating systems that were being used, don't lend themselves well to that, right? They don't lend themselves well to being updated, being patched, being managed remotely. I think we've all seen blue screens in airports and different types of signs before. That's becoming more and more challenging, just the reliability and remote management. So as these trends are starting to really put pressure on a lot of businesses, that's where Chrome OS is starting to really be considered more and more as a robust platform that can really help accelerate the next phase of digital transformation in these physical spaces. I get the argument for Windows and the bloatware and the crap on there and the updates you can't control and all those sorts of things. It's less of an issue with Linux but there's still an issue? Naveen Viswanatha: Linux is an interesting platform. We don't see it too much ourselves but I think one of the challenges with Linux has to do with that it can do anything you really want it to, but in order to get it, to do what you want, it takes a lot of tuning, a lot of configuration, a lot of setup, and so I think you'll be spending the cost as an organization on either building up the technical capacity and knowing how to do that and really piecemealing a solution together, and at some point you're probably gonna ask yourself, is it worth it for our business to really become a Linux expert for our digital signage and kiosk strategy? Is that really core to driving the customer experience or should we rely on a platform like Chrome OS to give us a lot of that as part of its core capability? And if you're using something like Chrome OS as a software firm, is there less demand to have in-house expertise around an operating system, if you're using something like Chrome versus Linux? Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah, I would say that's one of the common benefits that we've seen. Recently I spoke to a retailer abroad in Asia, and they were saying that they saw an 80% reduction in staff having to focus on updates and management of the platform, and I asked the question because I wasn't sure if they said 80% or 18% because 80% sounded really startling and in fact they said no 80%, and now these individuals, they're effectively being focused on higher order capabilities with higher order needs within the organization rather than just going out and servicing screens and devices that needed to be updated, they're focusing more on higher value business objectives. And so absolutely, I think this is one of the areas where businesses need to ask themselves is this core, or is it context? It means core to obviously incorporate digital signage and service options within your business, but is it core for your organization to understand exactly how an operating system is gonna work? One of the arguments that a very successful company in the digital signage space called BrightSign makes … they are spin out of Roku and the CEO is saying that one of the reasons there's a lot of attraction to our hardware is we don't really have an operating system. It's our own proprietary operating system. So there's nothing to really hack. There's nothing you can do with it. I understand the risk with Windows and to a lesser degree with Linux are, and I know you do harden Chrome, but what are there ways in? And if there are, please explain them to me. (Laughter) Naveen Viswanatha: That's actually one of the areas that I think we have a very strong track record around, and I will add that systems will get compromised over time, and unless you have a security team, a large robust security team, actively monitoring and ensuring that exploits and vulnerabilities are gonna be patched consistently, that turnaround time needs to be very quick, and that's exactly what we do on the Chrome OS side, and I think you can look at our track record. We have zero ransomware attacks ever reported on Chrome OS. It's also another component that if you double click into the security piece of Chrome OS, it's really baked into the operating system. Many other operating systems out there will think about security as a bolt on afterthought. It's core to exactly how Chrome OS works. I'll give you a couple of examples. Executables are blocked from running on the operating system, they're just blocked. And so that's a huge vector of vulnerability that is just removed entirely. Timely security updates, like I was talking about before. We have the ability to roll out updates on a four week cycle. Even if you're part of our long term stable channel so organizations that don't choose to get four week updates on the operating system, they wanna actually get six month updates instead, even if you're on that six month long term stable support channel, we will still roll out critical security updates to you. So you get the best of both worlds, right? And again, we have a whole team of people that are watching and monitoring what kind of vulnerabilities are out there on a consistent basis, and I'll mention one more thing really quickly and that is that the operating system files are kept in a complete, separate partition, so they can't be modified at all. So let's say with kiosk, your app is hacked in some way, or there's a vulnerability in the application that you're building, the operating system itself is hardened and entirely isolated from the application session itself. It's just a handful of things to think about. I think any chief information security officer or CIO or organization that's really looking at security needs to evaluate it broadly, and we have a lot of great material that can tell you beyond what I've said here. Why Chrome OS is a very hardened and safe operation. I suspect you've also learned a lot through the years too. I know that some of the companies who were early on with Google using Chrome OS, they were frustrated by new versions that would break their software, and I think you got to a point pretty quickly where you started to pin the OS versions and a company could stay on that until they're ready to move to the next one instead of being auto-updated. Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah, and we have learned a lot over the last several years, and you bring up a good point. One of the design principles that we really try to anchor on, when you think about what a business wants, they want predictability and control. They wanna know when things are gonna change, they wanna have the control to be able to initiate those changes. Even if we have this release train rolling out great new updates, security updates, new features. As a business, you want to be able to throttle that, and yeah, we have a number of different controls that have allowed organizations to do that. A long term stable and support channel, which I mentioned expands the actual stable channel that the operating system is on for six months. So that was a big one that we announced earlier this year. But in addition to that, the ability to, like you said, pin different application versions and be able to know exactly when you wanna roll those out, there's a number of other controls that allow you to better understand how you're gonna update your fleet. So tell me about Flex. Naveen Viswanatha: Ah, we're super excited about Flex. So that was one of the three big announcements we had around CER. The first one was the Chrome enterprise recommended solution track that you alluded to earlier. The second one was a brand new SKU that's focused specifically on kiosks and digital signage, and we can get to that in a moment too, and the third one was the incorporation of Flex. So Flex is something that we announced earlier this year and what it allows organizations to do is install Chrome OS on any device they already have. So if you have an existing investment, say in Windows devices, they're aging, you're not sure when you're gonna refresh them, maybe you wanna refresh part of them but you wanna get the benefits of Chrome OS, the security, the built in updates, everything we've been talking about thus far, remote management, you can now install Chrome OS Flex on those devices and get all of the benefits from Chrome OS. So we've seen that as a really interesting opportunity in the kiosk space as many customers are starting to use that as an. Chrome OS. So they'll maybe extend the life of their existing infrastructure for a couple of years, and then we'll see them roll onto Chrome devices in the future, but we've also seen organizations look at Chrome OS Flex as a way to really tailor what they want in terms of device capabilities for their signage solutions based on the breadth of different hardware and endpoints that exist out there today. So for example, if you wanted an existing device that is not a Chrome OS device, either based on the aesthetics of it, based on the form factor or performance, is it ruggedized, fanless, et cetera. You can look at that and say I wanna use that device. It's not a Chrome OS device, but with Flex now, I can transform that into a Chrome OS device and incorporate it into my overall device strategy. So why can you extend your life? Is that because it's a leaner application and strips out a lot of stuff? Naveen Viswanatha: It's because we're able to really look at the hardware and separate the hardware from the software, and so rather than relying on Microsoft's operating system support and when that's gonna be EOLd (end of lifed) or when the device itself be becomes EOLd, Chrome OS Flex allows us to effectively say, look, that's an end point and we're gonna separate the software and the operating system from the actual device components. As an organization there creates an abstraction layer for you to utilize Flex as a way to extend the life of that infrastructure. I assume you could also run a blended network as well, so that you could have Chrome OS devices and re refurbed windows or reclaimed windows devices as Flex devices and run concurrently. You don't have to have a network, that's just all pure Chrome OS devices. Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah, you hit the nail on the head and that's what we're starting to see with many of our customers who will start with Chrome OS flex, but then they'll say … a lot of organizations, especially larger organizations, they don't necessarily have one device on one operating system or one endpoint or one operating system, they have a plethora of them and these devices might be on different refresh and end of life cycle. So when there might be one coming up, say, at the end of next year, Chrome OS Flex is a great way to evaluate Chrome OS capabilities. Most of the time customers overwhelmingly are happy with Chrome OS and start using that as an onboarding mechanism for other Chrome devices or then rolling out Flex to other parts of their fleet that might be the end of lifting and subsequent years. And so during that time, they will have, like you said, a hybrid model of Chrome OS devices, as well as Flex devices, and you can absolutely manage those through the single pane of glass, like via the partner pane of glass, one of the nine partners that we just announced, or even our own admin console. You mentioned a new SKU. What is that? Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah we're very excited about that. The new SKU is called the kiosk and signage upgrade, and what it does is it unlocks all of the signage capabilities that an organization wants, but none of anything else that you need. And what I mean by that is that Chrome OS is an operating system that serves end user computing, as well as signage. On the end user computing side, you need capabilities to manage users, user profiles, logins, different types of login modalities. But on the signage side, you don't really need that, right? Even if there's end user interaction, there's a lot of user modes and user capabilities that are not part of that overall management… Because it's a dumb end point in a hell of a lot of cases? Naveen Viswanatha: I wouldn't use the word dumb, but because it's a highly focused endpoint, and as a result of that, we tailored a SKU which is $25 per device per year. So that's half off, two bucks a month basically, enterprise SKU, and for that, you get this 50% off SKU and very focused functionality, still gives you all the security, all the device controls, cloud management, reporting and insights. You just don't get the user controls that you get with the Chrome enterprise upgrade SKU, and that's the full SKU. But if you did want those user controls, for whatever reason it may be, could you use those? And could you run a blended network with both kinds of licenses? Naveen Viswanatha: Absolutely and we have a lot of customers that that, that are doing exactly One thing that came up a few years ago and there was some buzz around it, but I don't know where it went. There was chatter that Android, which is pretty widely used in digital signage as well, was going to converge with Chrome OS and it was going to be the same thing that didn't really happen or did I miss it? Naveen Viswanatha: No, it didn't happen. I've been on the team for seven years, so I'm not sure if what you're referring to is before my time, but we do have Android and Chrome OS as a company, two operating systems that serve different parts of the overall market. Now you're right that there is going to be some overlap. We see Android in the signage space. We see Android focusing a little bit more on mobile kiosk type of use cases. So a customer associate in a store walking around with a tablet style device, so things along those lines, whereas Chrome OS feels like it's a bit more focused on fixed facility types of infrastructure, and that's how we see the segmentation today. And we obviously worked very closely with the Android team. Over time I think, as things evolve somewhat organically, if there are opportunities to bring these two capabilities or two operating systems together, that's something that we will consider but today we see a pretty natural segmentation. One thing I will add is that you were talking about managing a blended environment. With the Chrome OS capabilities and Android management capabilities, many organizations are managing both Chrome OS and Android endpoints through their universal endpoint management solutions. So that is a way that these two solutions can coexist even today. This has been great. I could have talked for at least an hour or more, but we committed to a certain time window, so I should honor it. The last question I wanted to ask is just very simply if software companies and solution providers wanna get involved, or at least look into this how do they start? Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah, so you can go to our website. We have a lot of great information on our website. For customers, we have a wayfinding guide. We have information about the different solutions that we have for kiosk in terms of both devices that they can use at as endpoints, as well as peripherals that they can also utilize. On the partner side, on the solution provider side gets in contact with our business development team. I know we are actively looking at working with more and more partners. I mentioned earlier that we listed nine and that's just a starting point, and what we've seen is that on the solution provider and ISV side, as you scale out globally, there are a lot of kinds of localized partners that do a lot of work in different regions, and so we expect this area to really build out significantly over the coming years. So get in touch with our BD team and our business development team, and be happy to work with you, figure out ways to incorporate you into our Chrome enterprise recommended program. As you dug into this, were you surprised by how many CMS software companies are out there? Naveen Viswanatha: Yeah, I absolutely was. Especially considering where we were just five years ago or so. It seems like this has been one of the areas where we've seen a lot of hyper specialization and hyper localization. So unlike other solution categories like contact center, as an example, you tend to have a number of global players and then a few localized players within each market. In this particular arena, in kiosks and digital signage, it feels very different because you look at APAC. I can't even talk about APAC as a market because each country, and sometimes even within countries, different specializations with retail versus employee spaces and workspaces has created a huge ecosystem around kiosks and signage. So yes, long answer in terms of in terms of your original question, but absolutely. That's good for me because a crowded market means there's more to write about and talk about. (Laughter) Well, thank you very much for spending some time with me! Naveen Viswanatha: Thank you, and appreciate the time and opportunity, and I look forward to talking to you again at some point.
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Visit us at shapedbydog.com The best thing we can do for our dogs is protect them from unpleasant events. Fireworks displays can be beautiful for us but can be traumatic for dogs. It's not just dogs; many animals are scared of fireworks, including wildlife. We can help our dogs by preparing and keeping them safe, and I'm covering strategies that you can put into place right now. In the episode you'll hear: • The alternatives to fireworks and how we can start asking for change. • Why not to take fireworks lightly and act now. • How exercising on the day there will be fireworks will help your dog. • Why to be at home with you during fireworks to keep them safe. • What to do if you have multiple dogs and some are sound sensitive. • The three strategies of stimulate, soothe and settle to help dogs. • How to time and play games to help your dog during thunder or fireworks. • How to use food toys, or meaty bones during noise events. • About soothing your dog and how settling strategies can help dogs who fear fireworks. • When to contact your Vet about medication to help your dog. • That the strategies will help you create a positive conditioned emotional response for your dog. • About the importance of being proactive in preparing for fireworks. Resources: 1. YouTube Playlist: Exercising Your Dog's Body and Mind: Tips and Games with Susan Garrett - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy1ISzbaoCNh0NyLg3qgDG58 2. YouTube Playlist: Dog Training Games with Susan Garrett - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy2TzttCtZVFwzwMGayAsaYe 3. Podcast Episode 107: Pedicure Please: 3 Steps To Dog Nail Trimming Or Grooming Success At Home! - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/107/ 4.* Thundershirt (Calming Wraps) - https://geni.us/thunder-shirt 5. iCalmPet (Calming Music) - https://icalmpet.com/ 6. Podcast Episode 112: Stressed Dog? How Trigger Stacking Might Be Putting Your Dog Over Threshold - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/112/ 7. Podcast Episode 4: T.E.M.P. (Tail, Eyes/Ears, Mouth, Posture) - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/4/ 8. *D.A.P. (Adaptil) - https://geni.us/adaptil 9. Podcast Episode 153: Dog Muzzles: Everything You Need To Know And How To Muzzle Train Dogs - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/153/ 10. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/nHGzCFB6I6Y *Amazon Links Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Susan only recommends products she uses herself, and all opinions expressed here are her own. The link above is an affiliate link that, at no additional cost to you, we may earn a small commission if you decide to buy from it. Thank you!
Freshwater crocs are classic predators of the water's edge - but when prey changes, can they keep up? Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Paper References: Aiyer A, Shine R, Somaweera R, Bell T, Ward-Fear G. 2022. Shifts in the foraging tactics of crocodiles following invasion by toxic prey. Scientific Reports 12:1267. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-03629-6. Species of the Bi-Week: Marques MP, Ceríaco LMP, Stanley EL, Bandeira SA, Agarwal I, Bauer AM. 2019. A new species of Girdled Lizard (Squamata: Cordylidae) from the Serra da Neve Inselberg, Namibe Province, southwestern Angola. Zootaxa 4668:503–524. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4668.4.4. Other Links/Mentions: Turtles making noise? - https://www.animalpicturesarchive.com/do-green-sea-turtles-make-noise/ Music: Intro/outro – Treehouse by Ed Nelson Species Bi-week theme – Mike Mooney
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Visit us at shapedbydog.com Dog training games deepen the bond we have with our dogs, grow trust, build confidence and give our dogs beneficial skills for daily life. A life skill that is important for all dogs is wearing a muzzle. We want to create a positive conditioned emotional response to a muzzle for our dog. Fun games will help your dog LOVE wearing a muzzle and give you confidence if your dog should ever need one. In the episode you'll hear: • Why a dog might need to wear a muzzle, including at the Vet. • How emotions are an unconscious response and dogs might react if scared or in pain. • About consent in dog training and that we want our dogs to trust us. • What to look for when selecting a muzzle for your dog. • How a bowl and a canning funnel are great for muzzle training. • The training steps with games so that your dog loves putting a muzzle on. • How to create a positive CER for your dog wearing a muzzle. • What to look for in your dog's body language for an excellent TEMP. • The reason you want a cue for your dog to muzzle up. • Why I use “Hey, Can You?!” for my dogs to run to get a muzzle on. • How to grow the Double D of duration and distractions for the muzzle. Get Your Free eBook for Muzzle Training and the Video Embed Code: https://dogsthat.com/muzzle Wag Nation Opportunity: Join Us in Wag Nation Resources: 1. Podcast Episode 106: Consent In Dog Training: The Misuse, Misunderstanding And Misapplication - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/106/ 2. Podcast Episode 107: Pedicure Please: 3 Steps To Dog Nail Trimming Or Grooming Success At Home! - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/107/ 3. YouTube Video - Vet Visits For Dogs: How To Create A Positive Experience For Everyone - https://youtu.be/VJc42BfNre4 4. Podcast Episode 132: All The Things Your Dog Hates And How To Fix Them - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/132/ 5. Podcast Episode 4: T.E.M.P. (Tail, Eyes/Ears, Mouth, Posture) - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/4/ 6. YouTube Video - Should My Dog Be Off Leash Right Now? - https://youtu.be/CiygnLThS6Y 7. YouTube Playlist - Cooperative Care and Consent in Dog Training with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy1wgUlMBX63miIBBpxE-DAO *8. Baskerville Muzzle at Amazon - https://www.amazon.ca/COA-BASKERVILLE-Ultra-Muzzle-Size/dp/B005MJ65Z8/?th=1 9. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/zhtp_UUeq_I *Amazon Links Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Susan only recommends products she uses herself, and all opinions expressed here are her own. The link above is an affiliate link that, at no additional cost to you, we may earn a small commission if you decide to buy from it. Thank you!
En la orilla derecha del Tajo se alza el segundo núcleo de población más importante de la provincia de Toledo, una ciudad de comercio, industria y fe que conserva un extraordinario conjunto de iglesias y monasterios. Esta colección de joyas, protegidas en su día por unas inexpugnables murallas, lucen más si cabe en el paraíso de la cerámica. El azul y el blanco, colores clásicos de la cerámica talaverana –reconocida como Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad –, ennoblecen toda clase de inmuebles y elementos arquitectónicos de la urbe. Paseamos desde la céntrica Plaza del Pan en compañía del guía Javier Méndez-Cabeza; con él entramos en la colegial de Santa María la Mayor, la basílica de Nuestra Señora del Prado, contemplamos teatros, murallas, sus inexpugnables torres albarranas y el surtido de puentes que sobrevuelan el río. Junto al romano nos espera Jesús Mejías, director del Museo Etnográfico de Talavera de la Reina, que retrata la identidad de este pueblo con atención especial a su principal manifestación festiva: Las Mondas. Además la coordinadora de la oficina de turismo, Toñi Díaz González, nos muestra el Centro Cultural Rafael Morales y la bella iglesia desacralizada de El Salvador. No podemos perdernos el Museo de Cerámica Ruiz de Luna, consagrado al ceramista que recuperó la tradición artística local. Su gerente, Belén Flores, nos invita a disfrutar de todas las piezas expuestas en los claustros e iglesia del antiguo convento agustino que acoge este centro expositivo. Antes de despedirnos buscamos al chef talaverano Carlos Maldonado, ganador del concurso Masterchef de TVE y propietario de Raíces, un restaurante con estrella Michelin que fusiona gastronomía local, sabores de otras latitudes y técnicas culinarias de vanguardia. Escuchar audio
Las noticias con Augusto Townsend 09 05 22 - Revelan nuevas irregularidades vinculadas a la tesis de maestría del presidente Castillo y su esposa Lilia Paredes, como que la persona consignada como asesor de tesis desconoce haber ejercido dicho rol. - El dueño de la Universidad César Vallejo y líder de Alianza para el Progreso César Acuña rechazó la versión de Karelim López en el sentido de que hubo un acuerdo con Pedro Castillo para favorecerlo con el tema de su maestría. - Palacio de Gobierno omitió informar a la fiscalía de 43 ingresos que a la sede del Poder Ejecutivo que tuvieron los sobrinos del presidente Fray Vásquez Castillo y Gian Marco Castillo Gómez por una puerta lateral en vehículos de propiedad de empresarios cercanos al entorno presidencial. - Nuevo testigo de la fiscalía José Luis Cortegana, quien fuera director de Provías Nacional, difunde chats en los que se aprecia al empresario Zamir Villaverde intentando presionarlo para que nombrara a una persona cercana a él en un puesto relevante en Provías. - La pareja Raúl Torpoco y Silvia Barrera, dueños de Cerámicos Peruanos y personajes cercanos al entorno presidencial y a Bruno Pacheco, le vendieron a la hermana de este último la camioneta que había venido utilizando Pacheco a menos del 15% de su precio de mercado. - Revelan que dos empresarios del rubro de combustibles no solo le prestan un vehículo al congresista de Perú Libre Edgar Tello, sino que actúan como sus choferes y lo acompañan a reuniones en Petroperú.
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