Protein leverage, fat/weight loss, diet culture and diets, metabolic health and more -- not easy topics, but we have Optimising Nutrition founder Marty Kendall with us again! And I also delve into striving, growth and stepping away from extremism and perfectionism. Join us! LET'S TALK THE WALK! Wellness While Walking Facebook page Wellness While Walking on Instagram Wellness While Walking on Twitter Wellness While Walking website for show notes and other information Coach Carolyn on Clubhouse: @stepstowellness firstname.lastname@example.org RESOURCES AND SOURCES (some links may be affiliate links) OPTIMISING NUTRITION Data Driven Fasting Program This is the program I did – price is very reasonable for the information, guidance and support you get I have skipped breakfast for years, but didn't consider myself a “faster” This program helped bring awareness to hunger and mindless eating in a way my mindfulness practices weren't able to I'm grateful for Marty's insights and programs Optimising Nutrition website How To Maximise Nutrient Density blog post Plant/Animal Protein blog post Optimising Nutrition podcast --or link to specific episodes that might be of interest below: The End of Craving The Origins of Our Nutritional Guidelines GIVEAWAY *NEW* - VIP Package of Supplements from BiOptmizers! Pluck Seasoning https://eatpluck.com SorRxSoap/SorSoap https://sorsoap.com Epoch Your Epoch Life Podcast Grass Fed Whey Protein Kettlebells **NEW** JOIN THE EMAIL LIST TO GET THE NEW WELLNESS WHILE WALKING NEWSLETTER Be in the know! Sign up by sending an email to email@example.com JOIN OPTIMIZE Optimize Premium – FREE!!! Hundreds of book summaries, master classes, daily inspiration and more! Use my link above (and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org) to join and I'll give you tips and tricks for navigating the material and incorporating it into your life, plus some accountability! Optimize Coach Want to take the Premium resources and add in the power of community? Join Optimize Coach, and put the power of this knowledge to work in your life and in others'! You'll be invited to multiple weekly coaching sessions and live classes with some of the world's biggest thinkers SATIRICAL OPTIMIZING VIDEO We can still strive and not do this! HOW TO SHARE WELLNESS WHILE WALKING Wellness While Walking on Apple Wellness While Walking on Spotify Link for any podcast app: pod.link/walking Wellness While Walking website Or screenshot a favorite episode playing on your phone and share to social media or to a friend via text or email! Thanks for sharing! : ) DISCLAIMER Neither I nor many of my podcast guests are doctors or healthcare professionals of any kind, and nothing on this podcast or associated content should be considered medical advice. The information provided by Wellness While Walking Podcast and associated material, by Whole Life Workshop and by Bermuda Road Wellness LLC is for informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment, and before undertaking a new health care regimen, including walking. Thanks for listening to Wellness While Walking, a walking podcast and a "best podcast for walking"!
This is The Digital Story Podcast #826, Jan. 18, 2022. Today's theme is "Lessons in Composition - A Visit to the Banksy Exhibit." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue The Art of Banksy is touring in San Francisco right now, with its next stop in Denver. I spent the morning sharpening my eye admiring the work of the famous street artist. In addition to just downright enjoyable, there were many takeaways for my street photography as well. I'll share those thoughts on today's TDS Podcast.
Coach Chuck is BACK! Along with Coach Mike, the team digs deeper into body composition, body types, key metrics, actionable steps and what it all means at the end of the day. Let's take the guesswork out of health and fitness. For more resource mentioned from our FREE LOF Newsletter, access to the Fitness Vault or 28 Day Nutrition reset or our additional programs, courses, and coaching, as well as our social media and amazon streams/shop Click Here - https://linktr.ee/lifestyle_of_fitnessSupport the show (https://paypal.me/lifeofafighter)Here at LOF we don't want finances to be the barrier that holds you back. So we created a variety of resources to help support you from FREE to Paid that can fit your budget and goals. See more here - @Lifestyle_Of_Fitness | Linktree Support the show (https://paypal.me/lifeofafighter)
December has the ability to take us out of our daily and weekly rhythms. With all of the joviality and celebration, we often excitedly step into the change and welcome the shift of energy and focus. Similarly, when we have chosen a temporary project to focus our attention, our life routine, where we place our energies, what is prioritized and how we go about our days voluntarily changes. However, what we realize, is the routine preceding December or the commencement of the project, if we intentionally cultivated it, was created for a helpful reason. As shared in episode #316, our lives need 'white space' as that is where we breathe, think, settle, found the ground and our balance before moving forward well into whatever is in front of us. To look at it another way, why is beautiful music so beautiful? Claude Debussy explains, 'Music is the space between the notes.' When our lives become too full, too jammed with demands, even if they lead us to supposed exciting results, our beings suffer, our peace of mind suffers and we ultimately end up exhausted gasping for space to catch our breath, unable to connect well or fully in a way that would actually foster the life we love living. Inspired by my own life at the moment, the week ahead is my first week stepping back into the weekly and daily routines I have longed desired to be a part of my everyday life. The contractors are done. I have one job to hold my focus during the workday hours and I have five days in front of me to reset. Resetting does not necessarily mean returning to what was. After all, the project has concluded bringing a result not previously part of your life, and if you are resetting after the winter holidays, you no doubt experienced either connections, conversations, or moments that deepened, awoken or informed you about something unknown prior to the month of December. You have the opportunity to apply what you are now aware of and enhance your way of dancing with your days and weeks. ~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #321 ~Subscribe to The Simple Sophisticate: iTunes | Stitcher | iHeartRadio | YouTube | Spotify | Amazon Music
Coach Mike calls out BMI ie Body Mass Index and suggests a more detailed approach to evaluating and measuring your body composition. Let's take the guesswork out of health and fitness. For more resource mentioned from our FREE LOF Newsletter, access to the Fitness Vault or 28 Day Nutrition reset or our additional programs, courses, and coaching, as well as our social media and amazon streams/shop Click Here - https://linktr.ee/lifestyle_of_fitnessSupport the show (https://paypal.me/lifeofafighter)Here at LOF we don't want finances to be the barrier that holds you back. So we created a variety of resources to help support you from FREE to Paid that can fit your budget and goals. See more here - @Lifestyle_Of_Fitness | Linktree Support the show (https://paypal.me/lifeofafighter)
Flute 360 | Episode 186: “An Interview with Amanda Lowry!” Within Series 40, we are going to talk with six amazing women about their contributions to our musical community. Today's guest is Amanda Lowry who is a Canadian female composer and flutist. We talk about her compositions, the commission process, and how we can support each other through our different creative projects! Listen today to hear about Amanda's career and take these nuggets and apply them to your musical life. We cannot wait to see you at the SPO + Flute 360's international flute festival that's happening in February of 2022! Subscribe to the SPO's and Flute 360's YouTube channels to get more information about the festival. Enjoy! E186 – Resources Mentioned: Subscribe to the Flute 360's YouTube Channel! Join the Flute 360 Newsletter! Amanda Lowry's Bio Amanda Lowry's FB Profile Amanda Lowry's LinkedIn Account Amanda Lowry's Twitter Profile Flute 360's Sponsors: SPO – YouTube Channel Follow Flute 360! Follow Flute 360 via Instagram! Heidi's Website
Hunter and I speak with Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition at York College of Pennsylvania, Erec Smith, about race, CRT, getting cancelled, Free Black Thought, and the industry of racism. Free Black Thought: https://www.freeblackthought.com/ You can hear the full episode and get other exclusive content by becoming a Patron starting at $3 a month... Read More
Expensive watches have been a status symbol for centuries, but now, weird-looking bands have replaced the bingy Rolexes. Instead of signaling wealth, these new gizmos signal a keen interest and commitment to health. Welcome to the world of wearable health tech. On a basic level, you can track your daily steps and your heart rate. More advanced devices can track respiratory rate, HRV, body temperature, and even blood oxygen levels. Wearable health tech has made huge strides forward recently, and many consumer devices can now hold their own with clinical-grade equipment. My guest on this week's show is a quantified scientist who will help us learn to measure, track and improve our health. Learn Best health tracker for under $100 Best health tracker if money is not an issue Best sleep tracking device What we really know about the microbiome Weekly brain MRI's LinksRob's Website Rob's YouTube Channel ABOUT OUR GUESTRob ter Horst is a postdoctoral researcher who studies the immune system using bioinformatics which includes machine learning and statistics. Rob is neck deep in the quantified self movement. He measures and tracks everything in his life, a laborious task that demands 11 hours a week and includes a weekly brain MRI, sleep EEG and gut microbiome composition tests. Nutritional Tip of the Week Calorie Counting Like the Show? Leave us a Review on iTunes
Jennifer Higgie highlights the role of spiritualism and women artists at the beginning of western abstraction. As a teenage art student, Higgie was in thrall to the work of Wassily Kandinsky, commonly hailed as the pioneer of abstraction in Western art. Yet she would only learn years later that “Kandinsky's brilliance evolved in response to meandering, often heated, conversations that spanned genders, communities, belief systems and centuries”. Challenging the ‘lone genius' and ‘great male artist' narratives, Higgie describes how Kandinsky developed his approach in conjunction with notable female artists such as Gabriele Münter, was in thrall to theosophy and published an essay, Towards the Spiritual in Art, in 1911, the same year as he painted Composition V. Yet according to one pre-eminent critic, until recently, the art world found it “indescribably embarrassing to mention art and spirit in the same sentence.” Across this series of essays, Higgie re-evaluates the influence of spiritualism on the art of the past 150 years. Why were women written out of the story? And why are so many artists turning to mysticism now? Previously the editor of frieze magazine and a judge of the Turner Prize, Jennifer Higgie presents a podcast about women in art history, Bow Down. Written and presented by Jennifer Higgie Produced by Chris Elcombe A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 3
Episode 40: Is there something that you really hope to achieve in your photography this year - something that you would really love to improve or to grow in some way - so that at this time next year, you can look back and feel proud of your progress? Well, I've been thinking about this a lot myself lately, and so in this short Tidbit Tuesday episode, I share with you how I've been approaching this question of goals and what I think is the one thing that will actually move the needle forward for you (and me) on our goals. Enjoy!Recommended further reading:The Practice, Seth GodinBig Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, Elizabeth GilbertThe Artist's Way, Julia CameronFull Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
Industrial Design, Creative Inspiration & Personal Projects! Today, we chat about counting our bananas in 2022, the term 'composition design' and what falls underneath the umbrella of graphic design. On today's episode of “The Process” we discuss: Counting bananas Using the tools in our toolbelt Composition design The umbrella term of graphic design Presenting your work with intention All the links, all the time! Industrial Design, Creativity & Inspiration! For Industrial Design related business inquiries: Big Design Company Website: www.bigdesigncompany.com Big Design Company email: email@example.com Follow us on Instagram! @theprocess__podcast https://www.instagram.com/theprocess__podcast/ Zak Watson // LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zak-watson-48618517a/ Behance: https://www.behance.net/zakwatson Website: https://www.zakwatson.com/ NFTs: Stretched Space Dylan Torraville // LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dylantorraville/ Website: https://dylantorraville.com Portfolio: https://dylanjtorraville.myportfolio.com/ Behance: https://www.behance.net/dylantorraville Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or want to reach out! The Process is a podcast created by industrial designers Dylan Torraville and Zak Watson. Dyl and Zak are picking up microphones to chat about their experiences in design school, personal projects and navigating the creative process. Oh yeah, and there will be some sweet interviews with other designers and friends too.
"My inspiration for the piece was imaging the fragmented sounds of snippets of radio chatter and music crossing the Kuwaiti desert carried by the desert winds. The voices and music fragments forming ghostly echoes as if the listener is acting as a radio tuning in and out to hundreds of unknown transmissions. "I used the original recording in a number of ways, firstly to create a number of layered drones, representing the desert emptiness as a well as the idea of a generator for an internal radio receiver. This formed the desert ambience where selections of speech and music were laid out in time for form fragmented voices. Each voice was manipulated from simple panning across the stereo field, to more intense distortions and added glitch/reverberation processing. Some of the vocal snippets were cleaned in Izotope RX to reduce the frequency content to allow for more intense processing without extraneous frequency content. "I picked out sections from the original recording which I felt spoke to me, although hardly speaking any Arabic, I chose phrases and sections which resonated with me and spoke to me." Composition by Neil Spencer Bruce. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"A naive re-interpretation completed on an octatrack, which acquired on the day of this submission. All sounds are from the original source material." Composition by John Spartacus. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"While listening to this broadcast by Apollo 8 of the first views of the moon in 1968, I was thematically conflicted with a duality of perspectives tied to space exploration. On one hand, this venture offers new opportunities for human expansion and knowledge we have yet to discover about our universe; yet, it also signifies processes of colonization that transcend earths atmosphere to a cosmic level. While creating this re-imagined composition, I was inspired by my Algonquin heritage to grapple with these conflicting themes. "I envisioned the perspectives of colonization as they may emerge between both the explorer and inhabitant as two separate sound worlds. I move between these worlds as I integrate field recordings that I have captured across Vancouver, BC, oscillating back to the sample recording at times to balance these voices. As the composition progresses, I aim to emulate themes of confusion, disorientation, and eventually destruction that accompanies colonization. I have used this recording in numerous ways, such as adjusting the pitch, adding reverb, frequency manipulation, and altering timing. While there are clear audible sections of this piece interwoven, I have also manipulated large sections to create a keynote drone that slowly builds throughout the piece to gradually reduce clarity. "I hope this sound art inspires you to consider the intersections of hope and loss tied to space exploration - positioning the listener at a mirror to the past and future. In Algonquin speaking First Nations communities, a Wendego is considered to be a supernatural being. In many legends, this being is driven by gluttony, greed, and a desire to kill. It's important to remember the impact of colonialism as it has existed on our planet, and to tread carefully as we embark on interstellar exploration." Composition by Lauren Knight. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"I love the randomness of shortwave, the way voices drift in and out of reception, the weird static elements. There is something so mournful about the isolated “Afghanistan calling Europe” that it seemed after a while to be a cry for help - so I included in the background static the morse code for SOS and then sampled and distorted a Taliban interview I found on YouTube to reflect what is happening there at the moment. Inspired by the sounds of the call to prayer I used a detuned synth drone to add to and underpin the whole downbeat nature of the piece." Composition by Hans Glib. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"This is a story of my youth listening to SW radio and playing instruments. The static is the empty space in my mind, the radio is the noise needed to fill the vacuum. The sounds are interrupted and distorted, repeated and flavoured as I try to block out the noise of the world around me. Pulses represent the nagging idea that I should be doing something else, eventually drowned out by the pleasure of the listening." Composition by Jon Ogara. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"I was so struck by the way the symphonic intro and outro music was distorted and processed through the shortwave radio medium that I had to use it as source material for a piece. My hope is to retain the strident nature of the original material of the orchestra while creating a hypnotic and open sound environment for sonic exploration on the part of the listener." Composition by Matt Zook. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
Flute 360 | Episode 185: “An Interview with Elizabeth Raum!” Today's episode launches a new series, which is Series 40! Within this set, we are going to talk with six amazing women about their contributions to our musical community. Today's guest is Elizabeth Raum who is a notable Canadian female composer and musician. We talk about her compositions, the commission process, and how we can support each other through our different creative projects! Listen today to hear about Elizabeth's career and take these nuggets and apply them to your musical life. We cannot wait to see you at the SPO + Flute 360's international flute festival that's happening in February of 2022! Enjoy! E185 – Resources Mentioned: Follow Elizabeth Raum via FB! Elizabeth Raum's Website Elizabeth Raum's Flute Works – Click here! Flute 360's Sponsors: UMBS – Get your ticket, today! January 6-8, 2022! SPO – YouTube Channel Follow Flute 360! Join the Flute 360 Newsletter! Follow Flute 360 via Instagram! Subscribe to the Flute 360's YouTube Channel! Heidi's Website
For the last episode of the year, Jen Wolff joins Track Swap once again! Let us stay within the festive spirit of the holidays and listen to some wonderful seasonal music. We wish you a very Happy and hopefully successful New Year!
"The source recording had an almost anti-ambient feel to which I added neo-ambient loops. It's intended to be soothing yet slightly disturbing." Composition by Xqui. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"Drone piece using the original audio as a backdrop. Drone was created in Ableton Live using Wavetable synth run through some vintage effects." Composition by Andy Truscott. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"The piece is made from as many sequences as I could fit in – a representation of the Berlin sound." Composition by Simon Woods. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"This piece works with a complicated moment in the history of space music, electronic music, and political music. "Part of the design of China's first satellite, Dongfanghong 1, was to make music using the satellite's telemetric system. Specifically, it was designed to play the world the Maoist anthem “The East is Red," from which it took its name. An oral history of the project relates that during ground tests the song was out of tune. Care needed to be taken musically - the advice was to “add harmonic waves” - and technically, with insulation that would prevent pitch modulation in orbit due to changes in temperature or electromagnetic interference. "During the broadcast, the satellite sounds transition suddenly from cadenced song to chaotic telemetry. The radio announcers explain repeatedly that the first forty seconds are the music, and the next 20 seconds are telemetric data. But the result is a mixed broadcast that splices together different orders of communication, encoded verbally, musically, and as data signal. That moment of transition also breaks the revolutionary song down and creates an unexpected gesture toward a different type of music—suggestive of something like what Theodore Adorno called a dialectical music, or the image of emancipation he found in atonal music. "The first part of the piece samples the musical portion of the satellite transmission. The second part is a remix of the ground rebroadcast, with its framing and explanations of the data/music/text. The third part slows down and follows the data signal, with its mostly atonal sequence of notes." Composition by John Savarese. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"This piece is made in honour of Ke Shouliang, who leaped over the Yellow River by car. This feat was done as a celebration for the returning of Hong Kong to China in 1997 and was widely covered in the chinese media. The CRI recording, used was actually the last one available on this Cities and Memory project, and I was really amazed how no-one had taken such a gem. In fact I liked the phrase "The first flying person in Asia" so much, that I decided to use it as my new artistic pseudonym." Composition by Georgi Bozhinov. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"The point where all compete at once for the heart, imagining the non linear universe and the myriads of patterns creating worlds for each individual. I worked on this piece as I was losing one of the most important people in the world." Composition by Michelle Breslin - Lostworldsounds. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"I was inspired by the sonic textures from the original piece and decided to limit my creative process by using the PO-33 K.O. to create the main structure of the composition. After sampling and creating beats, I layered the voices and music pieces from the original recording to make if fun and dynamic. Invalid-valid plays with the idea that there will always be approval and/or disapproval towards public leaders and that these opinions may shift over time. The track starts playing vocal repeating the word "invalid" but towards the end those words transform into "valid"." Composition by Millie Wissar. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"The starting point for this track was a recording of a British forces propaganda broadcast (in Latin American) being jammed by Argentinian forces during the Falklands conflict - abstract airwaves interfering with each other somewhere out at sea, over cold grey water, beneath cold grey skies. "I isolated the frequencies where the interference was centred and tried from there, from that area where the two sources were in conflict, to feel for something that might emerge. Within that I wanted to return to the fact that, although the recording sounds like a cheerful radio program, it was sound being weaponised. While ultimately I couldn't help but bring something musical I wanted to keep that sense of conflict, tension and the cold grey intact." Composition by de Velden. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"Pyongyang military march musical accompaniment. The hope and human sadness of a socialist state." Composition by Mark Baker. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"Inspired by the content of the original recording, I manipulated contemporary music and found sounds to invoke a landscape where war visited suddenly, and just as quickly dissipated." Composition by Jeff Economy. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"A shortwave transmission renders distant numbers folded in mystery. We hear them over and over again, unable to decipher them. Repetitive as they may be, the sound of these numbers is never the same, changing according to the spaces and perceptual practices through which they are heard. Thinking of number stations and the notion of repetition as an impossibility, this piece places a shortwave numbers station transmission in conversation with other “repetitive” sounds. Crafted, traveling sounds, and the aural qualities of shortwave transmissions are intersected by these puzzling numbers. The “repetition” is also subject to interruption, being invaded by imagined spaces and distant shortwave sounds that speak of other cyclical enigmas, other revolutions and other forms of listening. In returning to sounds that can only evoke similarity, each moment of listening is acknowledged as distinct and unrepeatable. Additional shortwave sounds courtesy of: ArchivoSonoro.org FreeSound.org (https://freesound.org/people/therabidfrog)" Composition by Berenice Cancino. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
"I started by mangling the source material and extracting small snippets of sound to create much of the rhythm of the composition.The spy station numbers run throughout the piece to create a complex random ever evolving pulse to the piece.The big dubbed out bass line and supporting melody came from a modular system." Composition by Alex Hehir. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave
Bike Radio, episode 9, let's go. This is our casual bike race podcast where we just chat about all different things in the cycling realm. If you're looking for some more dialed content to help you get faster, check out the other playlists, or the BLOG! www.evoq.bike/blog Questions? Josh@EVOQ.BIKE | @mr.nogggle | @evoqbike Thanks for listening! Leave us a review on iTunes! 0:00 Bike Radio 00:04 introductions 01:00 drinking water in Ecuador & stomach issues 06:05 stage 5 lows 10:21 stage 2 highs 11:45 bus transfers 12:40 local racers 13:40 breakaway etiquette 15:34 gaining respect in the peloton 16:04 composition riding 17:27 Ecuador race changes + pro team attendance 19:00 moving through the peloton as a team 20:14 does size matter in the peloton? 23:15 bike box 28:00 post race intervals + next steps 30:05 hydration + gearing in Ecuador 34:30 quality roads in Ecuador 35:10 WTB tires 36:36 electronical (mechanical) 38:28 back to Ecuador in 2022? 42:50 next races 45:02 reflecting on Ecuador 47:00 altitude tent/condo in 2022? 48:20 KOM season part 2? TT bikes in the group ride? 52:00 the Florida group ride 52:25 no chapters & keeping everyone happy :) 52:55 coins in Ecuador 53:30 gearing changes 55:00 descending at altitude 58:30 taking a break, listening to the body 1:00:30 first class upgrades 1:03:00 base season 1:06:00 hitting the group ride 1:08:15 Christmas at the beach 1:09:53 pants for cyclists, a deep dive The EVOQ store! https://grindcitydesigns.com/evoqbike/shop/home --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/evoqbike/support
On this episode, Phil Sirinides interviews Missy Coffey about her recent report with co-author Jenna Nguyen, titled "Lessons Learned About ECIDS Teams, Infrastructure, and Composition." With over a decade of experience in the field, Missy discusses the successes and challenges states face when putting together successful ECDIS project teams. Additionally, Missy explains the importance of being specific on the roles, capacity and amount of effort of teams, as states transition from planning to implementation of their early childhood data systems. And in order states to better accomplish their initiatives and goals in early childhood education, Missy and Phil talk about the need to align organizational, human, and technical capacities across the ECIDS teams.
Erik Woods returns to Track Swap! Although his pick is definitely christmassey, it is not exactly the kind of music you would want to play while the family is around. But that is the kind of stuff Lasse really enjoys having on the show! Fittingly, his choices are also a little bit unusual, even though […]
In Episode 76, we talk to Dr. Cara Marta Messina about the academic job market, open-access research and critical fan studies, the parallels between fanfiction and fantasy football, and teaching writing for podcasting.
It was an honor to host Dr. Jennifer Higdon earlier this year. Since her episode, she's continued composing, and presenting. In this show she discusses life as a composer, music she finds inspiration from, and what it was like to win one of the biggest awards for musicians.Jennifer Higdon, a Pulitzer Prize and three-time Grammy winner, is one of the most performed living American composers working today. She is the recent recipient of Northwestern University's Nemmers Prize and the UT Austin EM King Award. Previous honors include the Guggenheim, Koussevitzky, and Pew Fellowships, as well as two awards from the American Academy of Arts & Letters. Commissions have come from a wide range of performers: from the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony, to The President's Own Marine Band; from the Tokyo String Quartet to Eighth Blackbird, as well as individual artists such as singer Thomas Hampson, violinist Hilary Hahn and pianist, Yuja Wang. Her first opera on Charles Frazier's book, “Cold Mountain”, was commissioned by Santa Fe Opera, Opera Philadelphia, NC Opera, and Minnesota Opera, selling out all of its runs and winning the International Opera Award. She makes her living from commissions. Her works are recorded on over 70 CDs. The recording of her “Percussion Concerto” with Colin Currie and the London Philharmonic was recently inducted into The Library of Congress' National Recording Registry. Jennifer holds the Rock Chair in Composition at The Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.For more information about Dr. Jennifer Higdon, visit her official website here.Visit Creative Peacemeal Podcast on social media, browse podcast swag, and continue the creative conversations via the blog!Website https://tstakaishi.wixsite.com/musicInstagram @creative_peacemeal_podcastFacebook https://www.facebook.com/creativepeacemealpod/***To make a donation to Dachshund Rescue of Houston click here!As always, THANK YOU for listening and if you have a moment, share an episode with a friend, or leave a review on Apple by clicking here and scrolling to "Ratings and Reviews" Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creativepeacemeal)
Finally, Todd Horan is joining Track Swap. In the second Christmas episode of the season, Todd brings a kinda forgotten 80’s classic to the table, while Lasse’s choice is, again, much more recent.
The music of Augusta Read Thomas has been performed all over the world by conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Pierre Boulez, Mstislav Rostropovich, Seiji Ozawa, Oliver Knussen, George Benjamin, Vimbayi Kaziboni, Christoph Eschenbach and many others. She is Vice President for Music at The American Academy of Arts and Letters, among many other distinctions, and is a long-standing, exemplary citizen of the profession at large supporting the work of others. Her music is published by G Schirmer and, since 2016, by Nimbus Music Publishing. Her music has been featured on nearly 100 commercial CDs. Since 2013, Nimbus Records has been recording her complete works. She is currently a University Professor of Composition in Music at The University of Chicago. Thomas played piano as a young child, starting private lessons at age four. In third grade, she took up the trumpet and played for 14 years, attending Northwestern University as a trumpet performance major. She played trumpet in brass quintet, chamber orchestra, orchestra, band, and Jazz band and she sang in choirs for many years.Thomas also had the distinction of having her work performed more frequently in 2013-2014 than any other living composer, according to statistics from performing rights organization ASCAP.MUSICAL EXCERPTS (in order)Words of the Sea for orchestra (3rd movement)Chicago Symphony OrchestraPierre Boulez, conductorCarillon Sky for violin and chamber orchestraBaird Dodge, violinChicago Symphony Orchestra MusicNOW ensembleOliver Knussen, conductorAugusta Read Thomas official websiteSUPPORT THIS PODCASTPatreonDonorboxORDER SAMUEL ANDREYEV'S NEWEST RELEASEIridescent NotationLINKSYouTube channelOfficial WebsiteTwitterInstagramEdition Impronta, publisher of Samuel Andreyev's scoresEPISODE CREDITSPodcast artwork photograph © 2019 Philippe StirnweissSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/samuelandreyev)
durée : 00:54:22 - Le Grand Face-à-face - Jusqu'où ira la décomposition de la gauche ? Et qui sont les responsables ? Débat avec Christophe Prochasson, historien, président de l'Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales. - invités : Christophe Prochasson - Christophe Prochasson : Historien, directeur d'études à l'EHESS
In Episode 75, Dan & Katie answer questions from the audience about the Metaverse, the cost of higher education, teacher training and experiences, identity, and much more. If you have questions for us to talk about and answer on another Office Hours episode, you can email them to email@example.com. This episode was recorded on NovemberContinue reading "Episode 75: Office Hours with Dan & Katie"
Brand new guest Shannon Jowett is so lucky to be on the first Christmas Episode of the season. His choices are a little bit unusual, but definitely from a festive film, while Lasse brings something much more traditional, but also very recent to the table.
Episode 36: In this special Tidbit Tuesday episode, I'm joined by previous guests, Sarah Marino and Jennifer Renwick, to chat about:What makes photographing mud cracks so appealingHow local knowledge of the landscape can help you find mud formationsHow geology and weather affect the formation of mud cracks, peels, swirls, and curlsThe power of patience and curiosityExpert tips and techniques on how to photograph different of compositions of mudHow to respect the mud crackAnd much more!LINKS MENTIONED:Sarah Marino's Website: https://www.smallscenes.comJennifer Renwick's Website: http://www.jenniferrenwick.comEpisode 13: Creative Self-Expression, Composition, and Letting Go of Expectations With Sarah MarinoEpisode 23: Creating Natural Abstracts, Slow Photography, and Photography Projects With Jennifer RenwickHelicon Focus (focus stacking software)Mud Articles from Sarah and Jennifer:Behind the Shot: Mojave Desert Mud CracksA Tale of a Flood and MudI'd love to hear from YOU on how OPS can best serve you in your photography aspirations for the coming year. If you'd like to share your input, please complete this short survey (https://forms.gle/opvzabowM7Ln3B748). Your feedback is very important to me, so thank you in advance!Full Show Notes***HAVE A QUESTION?Record a Question for Tidbit TuesdayLOVE THE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST?Ways you can support the show:Buy Me a CoffeeLeave a Rating and ReviewShare the show with others!CONFUSED ABOUT WHERE TO FOCUS?Download my FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy EbookABOUT BRENDA PETRELLA (host)Learn more about meVisit my online portfolioConnect with me on Instagram
This week's inspiring teacherpreneur journey is with Beth Hall from Coach Hall Writes. I loved chatting with her about the different seasons of growth in her business. It's so inspiring to hear about how she has made the journey her own!Learn how Beth Hall decided to make videos on YouTube and eventually on TikTok to teach AP language in one minute or less!About Our GuestIn 2019, she began a YouTube channel called Coach Hall Writes as a medium to allow her to supplement her students' instruction outside the classroom. Beth's videos quickly gained notoriety among AP Language and Composition teachers and students because of the videos' conciseness and clarity. In 2020, Coach Hall Writes YouTube Channel was listed as one of the top resources AP Lang teachers felt was most helpful in preparing their students for the AP Language and Composition exam. In the two and a half years since starting her YouTube channel, Beth has helped hundreds of AP Lang teachers and thousands of AP Lang students learn to craft stronger rhetorical analysis essays as they prepare for the AP Lang exam.Connect with Beth: IG: @coachhallwritesYT: www.youtube.com/coachhallwritesCoach Hall Writes Facebook Page
Dan Zehr is a Star Wars expert and is the host and brand director of Coffee With Kenobi. He is the co-author of The Star Wars Book & Star Wars Character Encyclopedia Updated and Expanded Edition, and is a prolific high school educator, who teaches Literature and Composition, and has a Master's Degree in Teaching and Learning.In this episode we talk about his long podcast history, authoring two Star Wars books and being a teacher who is a celebrity.Star Wars Character Encyclopedia, Updated and Expanded Editionhttps://amzn.to/3rzDRNzatgcast.compatreon.com/atgcasttwitter.com/atgcastfacebook.com/atgcastinstagram.com/atgcasttiktok.com/atgcast
Brand new guest Tim Halbur joins Track Swap and brings a classic to the show, while Lasse chooses something matching, but much more contemporary. Link: https://twitter.com/Halbur
Roman Molino Dunn is a Billboard-charting music producer and an award-winning film and television composer. His film and television work includes HBO Max's Huracán, Ru Paul's Drag Race, Snakehead, and The Card Counter, starring Oscar Isaac, directed by Paul Schrader, and executive produced by Martin Scorsese. Roman has also worked with popular brands such as Burger King, Michael Kors, NBC, and Clinique, among many others, and is the co-founder of Mirrortone Studios in NYC. What you will learn: Roman reflects on his long journey to working on acclaimed films and television shows, starting with a classical music education as a child, learning the "language of music," and ultimately studying music theory at university. [0:00-8:02] How formal music education has benefited him as a film composer and music producer. Roman also breaks down the distinction between film composers, music editors, music producers, and music engineers. [8:02-17:33] Getting technical, Roman reveals the computer programs he uses for scoring and what that process is like, from making musical “sketches” based on an early read of a script to the nitty gritty of payment for his services, including payment on “the backend” of a film or recording. [17:33-28:56] The benefits of collaboration when co-running his recording studio Mirrortone. How Roman got the opportunity to work with Paul Schrader on The Card Counter and what working with such acclaimed directors is like. [28:56-36:12] How film directors and music supervisors work together, and the research that goes into choosing musical instruments, sounds, and tones for each project. Roman also shares his go-to harmonies and instruments for particular types of scenes, depending on the emotions the director wants to evoke in those moments. Roman further elaborates on his trajectory in becoming a film composer. [36:12-47:28] Finally, Roman touches on the difference between the work performed by film composers vs. sound designers on films like Mad Max: Fury Road. [47:28-52:23] Resources: Roman's: IMDb, website, Instagram, Twitter (Roman Molino Dunn), Twitter (Electropoint), Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn
The type of insect pollinators you find within a region can vary depending on broad categories of land use. This week we learn about the potential mechanisms that drive this variation, focusing on bumble bees.
Most things are compositions of other things. Most problems are multi-factorial. Most opportunities have more than one selling point.Sometimes, it helps to realign your thinking to composition, using tools like matrices to make better decisions.