In this edition of the Arrowhead Pride Editor's Show Pete, and John update you on the latest rounds of cuts made by the Chiefs, which includes the surprising release of Taco Charlton. The Chiefs have their final preseason game this Friday night at Arrowhead against the Minnesota Vikings. We've got an update on the NFL Top 100, as well as what's next ahead of the Chiefs' march to the regular-season opener against the Browns. Pete and John have some 'marinated takeaways' from preseason game number 2 against the Cardinals. What's left to figure out against the Vikings on Friday? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
12:00- After recapping the weekend, JP talks about the biggest news out of Ashburn after the WFT announced that they have released Steven Sims Jr. 20:20- Opening up the phone lines to see how fans are reacting to that news. 33:15- The WFT has to get down to 80 players by tomorrow afternoon, what are some of the position groups looking like? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 665 features our essay on the organizational aspects that impact teams. Teams don't live in a vacuum, so when the word organization gets used it reflects the influence of all sorts of organizations. Organizations facilitate teams to a greater or lesser extent. In the workplace, the employer's organization will have the most significant impact on how teams form and perform but it is not the totality. Other influences can affect the structure and performance of teams. We will also have a visit from Jon M Quigley who will bring his Alpha and Omega of Product Development column to the podcast. In this installment, Jon and I discussed the idea of making decisions at the last responsible moment. We decided on the topic just before we began recording (just kidding). The SPaMCAST will be on summer holiday for the next two weeks. We will be re-releasing two favorite episodes from the archives to tide you over. Re-Read Saturday News This week concluded our re-read of Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg with the Afterword and some final thoughts. This book received my highest accolade for non-fiction books, “Very Useful.” I will have to read the book again in a year or so to see what nuances I missed. I think putting the ideas in the book to use every week drove the ideas home and exposed where I had misinterpreted the book during my first read. In this week's experiment, I was able to move the phone further from the bed (I need to buy an alarm clock to move it outside of the room). Did I sleep more? I am not sure, but I am sure I was able not to look at the phone until I got up for the day which is a step. I also was able to make sure I used my standing desk more which helped my energy level near the end of the day (and made my feet sore -- shoes maybe?). The poll for the next book in the series has begun! Note there are two books in the list I have not read yet that I am going to read and have been highly recommended. Therefore I would be happy to read them with you rather than re-read them with you. I will close the poll when I leave radio silence on August 28th'ish. https://poll.fm/10902769 Mik Kersten - Project to Product Charles Duhigg - The Power of Habit Tony Bouzón - The Mind Map Book Chris Voss - Never Split The Difference Douglas Squirrel and Jeffrey Fredrick - Agile Conversations Karin Tenelius and Lisa Gill - Moose Heads on the Table This week's Re-read entry: Week 10 - Afterword and Afterthoughts - https://bit.ly/3gmWP3v Previous Entries in Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg Week 1 – Logistics, Game Plan, and Preface – https://bit.ly/3x1oVap Week 2 – Introduction – https://bit.ly/2TXVfwt Week 3 – Monotasking In A Nutshell – https://bit.ly/3gGMb72 Week 4 – Cut Down on Things to Do – https://bit.ly/3wt1ENL Week 5 – Focus on One Task – https://bit.ly/3hK2XDU Week 6 – Never Procrastinate – https://bit.ly/2UXPDDp Week 7 – Progress Incrementally – https://bit.ly/3lk8Fi0 Week 8 – Simplify Cooperation – https://bit.ly/3yAVQne Week 9 - Recharge Creative Thinking - https://bit.ly/3g3h0TQ Upcoming Events The Agile Online Summit! The Premier Agile Online Conference! October 25th to 27th, 2021, Live and recorded https://bit.ly/3mplqIK Next SPaMCAST Next week, the SPaMCAST will be on summer holiday. In lieu of new content, we will present an interview released on December 27, 2015, with Gerald (Jerry) M. Weinberg. We discussed quality and how quality is related to value. A talk with Jerry is always profound; however, I must admit that Jerry's humor caused me to laugh more times than I can count during our conversation. Mr. Weinberg died on August 7, 2018, I wish I had interviewed him more times for the podcast.
10:50- The guys start the day by talking about the WFT Kicker Dustin Hopkins and his kicking in practice. 22:35- Today is the first cut down day in the NFL as teams have to get down to 85 players. BMitch and Finlay talk about some of the players that the WFT have released to get down to 85. 34:00- Since teams are cutting players today, the guys talk about the big names that teams might be calling in the near future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 664 features our interview with Sunny Han, CEO and Founder of Fulcrum. Sunny and I talked about motivation, we talked agile development, and we talked about what it takes to see a vision through to reality. The ideas about engineering a communication architecture are phenomenal. Sunny Han is the CEO and Founder of Fulcrum, a manufacturing ERP platform dedicated to helping manufacturers build a better future. He led Fulcrum to raise a $3.1M seed round of venture capital in 2020. Sunny is dedicated to delivering a connected future where frictionless manufacturing production and supply chains lead to faster and better product innovations. “There's no future of innovation that doesn't include innovation in manufacturing.” LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/yusunnyhan Website: fulcrumpro.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: sunnythehan Re-Read Saturday News This week we focus on Chapter 7 of Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg. This chapter is titled “Recharge Creative Thinking.” This chapter really is about the self-care needed to be both effective and creative. There are a number of ideas in this chapter that if you're not familiar with them are frankly just really good ideas. Many of the ideas in this chapter I have been using for years and some of the inferred issues I am still working on. As my experiment for this week, I would love to say that I am going to sleep more. What I will do is to move my phone away from the bed so I can't get to it easily after I lay down. I will also work to have an equal mix of sitting and standing. Next week we will complete our re-read of Monotasking covering the Afterword from the book and some closing notes from me. We'll also start the poll to pick the next book in the series. The entries for the weeks of August 28th and September 5th will feature reprints. I am going backpacking and turning off all communication devices. As we prepare for the next book, is there a book you think we should “re-read”? If you have ideas please let me know and I will add them to the list of current possibles: Mik Kersten - Project to Product Charles Duhigg - The Power of Habit Tony Bouzón - The Mind Map Book Chris Voss - Never Split The Difference Douglas Squirrel and Jeffrey Fredrick - Agile Conversations This week's Re-read entry: Week 9 - Recharge Creative Thinking - Previous Entries in Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg Week 1 – Logistics, Game Plan, and Preface – https://bit.ly/3x1oVap Week 2 – Introduction – https://bit.ly/2TXVfwt Week 3 – Monotasking In A Nutshell – https://bit.ly/3gGMb72 Week 4 – Cut Down on Things to Do – https://bit.ly/3wt1ENL Week 5 – Focus on One Task – https://bit.ly/3hK2XDU Week 6 – Never Procrastinate – https://bit.ly/2UXPDDp Week 7 – Progress Incrementally – https://bit.ly/3lk8Fi0 Week 8 – Simplify Cooperation – https://bit.ly/3yAVQne Next SPaMCAST Next week we dive into one of the aspects of the attributes of Teams. Teams don't live in a vacuum. Every team is an intersection of boundaries of all sorts of organizations. Organizations facilitate teams to a greater or lesser extent. In the workplace, the employer's organization will have the most significant impact on how teams form and perform but it is not the totality. Other influences can affect the structure and performance of teams. We will also have a visit from Jon M Quigley who will bring his Alpha and Omega of Product Development column to the podcast.
This week we explore the impact of process (it really isn't a bad word) problems in prioritization. Prioritization requires a steady hand and consistency. The process for prioritization should have more in common with a well-oiled basketball or futbol team than five-year-olds playing soccer in the schoolyard. How the moving parts work together is a process We also have a visit from Tony Timbol discussing freestyling user story formats in his To Tell A Story column. Re-Read Saturday News This week we focus on Chapter 6 of Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg. This chapter is titled “Simplify Cooperation.” Cooperation requires communication. Messing communication up is a problem, a problem that is the responsibility of every person involved in trying to communicate. Last week's experiment focused on evaluating each task as I put it on my short list for operacy. One of the outcomes was that I broke work into smaller chunks which were simpler and more practical. I also found parts of the work that I did not have to do in order to satisfy the goal of the task (the agile definition of simplicity). I am contemplating how to build the idea of operacy into how I approach and talk about user stories. This week, I am going to focus on using more deliberative communication as a way to help guide conversations. This Week Week 8 - Simplify Cooperation - https://bit.ly/3yAVQne Previous Entries in Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg Week 1 - Logistics, Game Plan, and Preface - https://bit.ly/3x1oVap Week 2 - Introduction - https://bit.ly/2TXVfwt Week 3 - Monotasking In A Nutshell - https://bit.ly/3gGMb72 Week 4 - Cut Down on Things to Do - https://bit.ly/3wt1ENL Week 5 - Focus on One Task - https://bit.ly/3hK2XDU Week 6 - Never Procrastinate - https://bit.ly/2UXPDDp Week 7 - Progress Incrementally - https://bit.ly/3lk8Fi0 Next SPaMCAST We talk with Sunny Han, CEO and Founder of Fulcrum. Sunny and I talked about entrepreneurship and building an ERP system from scratch. That sounds way too tame -- we talked motivation, we talked agile development, and we talked about what it takes to see a vision through to reality.
In this week's podcast, we speak with Mike Potter, CEO of Rewind. Mike and I talk about the need to backup SaaS applications, remote and hybrid working, and entrepreneurship. This interview opened my eyes to the risks we all face by trusting SaaS application companies to back up our data. Mike also highlights in his answers how humanity in the workplace can help create special results. Bio - A self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur, Mike Potter is the co-founder of Rewind, a company that backs up and protects SaaS data. While studying Mechanical Engineering at McMaster University, Mike began his start-up career as the founder of InTheHack.com, one of the most popular sporting websites in Canada. Since founding Rewind in 2015, Mike has focused on building a company culture that values and respects employees. “I'm a big believer in building strong teams, hiring great people, and giving them the freedom to do their best work”, he adds. When Mike isn't building companies or products, he can usually be found constructing LEGOs with his kids or walking his dogs. Email: email@example.com Web: https://rewind.io Twitter: @mikepotter Upcoming Events Using the TMMi accelerates the value of DevOps Fri, August 6, 2021 -- This Friday! 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT This is a free TMMi America Webinar featuring Rex Black (SPaMCAST is a proud media sponsor of the TMMi America ) Register at https://bit.ly/3AOlvdC About this event In this webinar, we will address how DevOps testing benefits through TMMi How TMMi's higher Process Areas drive defect prevention, Shift Left, and CI/CD build and test pipelines Address the benefits of how DevOps Organization benefits from using the TMMi. Leveraging TMMi to focus DevOps test process improvements Re-Read Saturday News This week we focus on Chapter 5 of Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg. This chapter focuses on incrementalism. How are you breaking work down? An update on my continued experiment using Monotasking. This week I have succeeded in turning off all my interruptions (Slack, Text, Teams, Twitter, email, and others) as I am doing my monotasking sessions, a type of incrementalism . . . at least in the morning. I do pop many of those apps back on briefly at the end of each panorama session to make sure no emergencies have occurred. Afternoons are tough due to meetings and other hardscape activities, therefore I moved as many of my focus activities earlier in the day (as a morning person, this suits me) when I can quietly timebox. This Week Week 7 - Progress Incrementally - https://bit.ly/3lk8Fi0 Previous Entries in Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg Week 1 - Logistics, Game Plan, and Preface - https://bit.ly/3x1oVap Week 2 - Introduction - https://bit.ly/2TXVfwt Week 3 - Monotasking In A Nutshell - https://bit.ly/3gGMb72 Week 4 - Cut Down on Things to Do - https://bit.ly/3wt1ENL Week 5 - Focus on One Task - https://bit.ly/3hK2XDU Week 6 - Never Procrastinate - https://bit.ly/2UXPDDp Next SPaMCAST Next week we present our essay spinning deeper into the nether regions of poor prioritization. Knowing the potential issues that can occur in prioritization is the first step toward fixing them. We also have a visit from Tony Timbol who brings his To Tell A Story column to the podcast.
This course is full of extremely useful and well-researched lessons with tons of time management strategies that will help you maximize the results you get every day in your business or personal life. Whether you're an employee, entrepreneur or a successful business owner, this course has everything you need to get more done in less time.
The RCMP say the activists who are protesting tree cutting have been cutting down trees. Guest: Vaughn Palmer, The Vancouver Sun See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Over the past few months, I have been in traffic jams on the highway several times when traveling to our weekly hike. In more than one instance someone has decided to pull over and drive on the berm. In more than a few cases the outcome of this technique for getting things done ends poorly. Despite the unpredictable outcome, jumping the queue is practiced by many in traffic and even more when funneling work to teams. The consequences when working on information technology products are far more predictable than driving, and they are ALWAYS bad. Let's fix some of the problems leading to queue jumping. We also have a visit from Susan Parente, who brings her I Am Not A Scrumdamentalist column to the cast. We discuss risk management when using hybrid agile approaches. Contact Susan on LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/susanparente or at Parente@s3-tec.com Upcoming Events Using the TMMi accelerates the value of DevOps Fri, August 6, 2021 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT This is a free TMMi America Webinar featuring Rex Black (SPaMCAST is a proud media sponsor of the TMMi America ) Register at https://bit.ly/3AOlvdC About this event In this webinar, we will address how DevOps testing benefits through TMMi How TMMi's higher Process Areas drive defect prevention, Shift Left, and CI/CD build and test pipelines Address the benefits of how DevOps Organization benefits from using the TMMi. Leveraging TMMi to focus DevOps test process improvements Re-Read Saturday News This week we focus on Chapter 4 of Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg. The chapter this week is titled, Never Procrastinate. If you have not read the entry, do it NOW :) An update on my continued experiment using Monotasking. My intent was to carve (not crave - I caught the spelling error a little late this week, it was not procrastination) out an hour in which I could turn off Teams, Slack, email, and text to allow for focus. Frankly, I failed. I was able to achieve a quiet zone only one day during business hours. I regularly turn off all notifications when writing before my day begins, but during the “work” day being unreachable is more difficult. I am still looking for the right formula of schedule blocking and advanced notification to make this work. Previous Entries in Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg Week 1 - Logistics, Game Plan, and Preface - https://bit.ly/3x1oVap Week 2 - Introduction - https://bit.ly/2TXVfwt Week 3 - Monotasking In A Nutshell - https://bit.ly/3gGMb72 Week 4 - Cut Down on Things to Do - https://bit.ly/3wt1ENL Week 5 - Focus on One Task - https://bit.ly/3hK2XDU Next SPaMCAST Next, we feature our interview with Mike Potter, CEO of Rewind. We talked about the need to backup SaaS applications, remote and hybrid working, and entrepreneurship. This interview opened my eyes to the risks we all face by trusting SaaS application companies to back up our data.
Norfolk, Virginia police chief Larry Boone says there's no way to reduce crime without maintaining a "paper record" of every firearm transaction, though data shows that the states with the lowest rates of violent crime don't have any licensing or registration laws on the books.
In this week's Software Process and Measurement Cast, I speak with Rob Rastovich, CTO of ThingLogix. We talked about meeting customer needs through developing solutions using the AIoT (not a typo). This is a seachange for both businesses and developers who will need to reskill and rethink what is possible. Rob has been actively involved in technology for nearly 30 years, from building a top 10 e-commerce site in a time when e-commerce was still in its infancy to establishing what is now known as Amazon's AWS IoT. As CTO of ThingLogix, Rob is the chief architect behind the company's groundbreaking IoT platform that eliminates the need for code. ThingLogix uses AI to power digital transformation across industry, commerce, and government globally. Web: https://www.thinglogix.com/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/rob-rastovich-1560532 Upcoming Events Using the TMMi accelerates the value of DevOps Fri, August 6, 2021 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT This is a free TMMi America Webinar featuring Rex Black (SPaMCAST is a proud media sponsor of the TMMi America ) Register at https://bit.ly/3AOlvdC About this event In this webinar, we will address how DevOps testing benefits through TMMi How TMMi's higher Process Areas drive defect prevention, Shift Left, and CI/CD build and test pipelines Address the benefits of how DevOps Organization benefits from using the TMMi. Leveraging TMMi to focus DevOps test process improvements Re-Read Saturday News This week we focus on Chapter 3 of Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg. The chapter this week is titled, Focus on One Task Now. An update on the continued experiment using Monotasking. In Chapter 2, Staffan describes how to create a short list of five items and then to push everything else to the “grass catcher” list. I have been working on using this approach this week with a special focus on capturing the date an item was added to the list and the stakeholder for the item. In the past, I trimmed my list on a quarterly basis. I use the dramatic approach of starting a new list saving only those items on my short list. This week I tried Staffan's weekly approach, trimming off a few older items on a weekly basis. The date added is useful but what I found more useful was asking myself the question, “am I really going to do this or is this an aspirational item?” Cue the chainsaw; even though I started a new list on July 1st I was able to remove several items from my new grass catcher list. This Week Week 5 - Focus on One Task - https://bit.ly/3hK2XDU Previous Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg Entries Week 1 - Logistics, Game Plan, and Preface - https://bit.ly/3x1oVap Week 2 - Introduction - https://bit.ly/2TXVfwt Week 3 - Monotasking In A Nutshell - https://bit.ly/3gGMb72 Week 4 - Cut Down on Things to Do - https://bit.ly/3wt1ENL Next SPaMCAST Over the past few months, I have been in traffic jams on the highway several times when traveling to our weekly hike. In more than one instance someone has decided to pull over and drive on the berm. In more than a few cases the outcome of this technique for getting things done ends poorly. Despite the unpredictable outcome, jumping the queue is practiced by many in traffic and even more when funneling work to teams. The consequences when working on information technology products are far more predictable than driving, and they are ALWAYS bad. We will also have a visit from Susan Parente, who brings her I Am Not A Scrumdamentalist column to the cast. We discuss risk management when using hybrid agile approaches.
In this episode, we feature our interview with Christiano Gherardini. Chris and I talk about the impact of using Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) packages on businesses and as importantly, the impact of packages and consultants as a tool to influence the direction of software development in a firm. Christiano Gherardini is the President/Owner at Turnkey Technologies Inc. Turnkey offers end-to-end professional services including design, project management, implementation, application maintenance, integration services, development, analytics, training, and support services for Microsoft Dynamics solutions. https://www.turnkeytec.com/ linkedin.com/in/christiano-gherardini-73513019 Upcoming Events Making Shift Happen July 13 at 12 CDT (1 PM EDT) I will be facilitating a panel for the GIC HIMSS (Greater IL Chapter of HIMSS) discussing Agile Transformation. Our panelists will discuss their personal experiences going through agile transitions and offer some tips for moving your organization towards Agile. Panelists include Susan Feeley Eric Shelley Sandeep Koorse Tony Timbol Lisa Hallberg M.S. Using the TMMi accelerates the value of DevOps Fri, August 6, 2021 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT This is a free TMMi America Webinar featuring Rex Black (SPaMCAST is a proud media sponsor of the TMMi America ) Register at https://bit.ly/3AOlvdC About this event In this webinar, we will address how DevOps testing benefits through TMMi How TMMi's higher Process Areas drive defect prevention, Shift Left, and CI/CD build and test pipelines Address the benefits of how DevOps Organization benefits from using the TMMi. Leveraging TMMi to focus DevOps test process improvements Re-Read Saturday News Finally, we have reached Chapter 2 of Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg, titled, Cut Down On Tasks To Do. I think it is ironic that a failure in my ability to control WIP in my personal life led to a two-week delay in delivering the re-read of this chapter. All the hand wringing aside, the delay has allowed me to reflect more on the chapter and to hone my use of the short list and panorama cues and sessions. Long swaths of meetings still give me trouble but getting the short list down to tasks that I missed in my first read of Chapter 2 has made a ton (imperial or metric) of difference. This Week Week 4 - Cut Down on Things to Do - https://bit.ly/3wt1ENL Previous Monotasking by Staffan Nöteberg Entries Week 1 - Logistics, Game Plan, and Preface - https://bit.ly/3x1oVap Week 2 - Introduction - https://bit.ly/2TXVfwt Week 3 - Monotasking In A Nutshell - https://bit.ly/3gGMb72 Next SPaMCAST In the Software Process and Measurement Cast, I speak with Rob Rastovich, CTO of ThingLogix. We will talk about AIoT (not a typo), and how applications and developers must evolve. Skynet or Deep Thought?
Today is Friday, July 9, 2021. Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com.
(Starts at 0:38 mark) The noise and flashes of light from backyard fireworks can be disturbing to pets or people, especially when the devices are set off unexpectedly. A concerned citizen of Grand Falls-Windsor has asked the town council to help reduce those disturbances. (8:24) A cabin rental business in Cormack has done a makeover to highlight the history of war brides who settled in the community.
Between 2012 and 2014 in Lincolnshire, 80 thousand new trees were planted to form a Diamond Jubilee woodland, covering 73 hectares. Less than a decade later, 80 percent of those trees could be axed. The government house-building agency, Homes England, has drawn up plans for at least 3,500 new homes there. Is it a case of muddled policy? One of the driest and coldest springs on record followed by the wettest May on record has had a big impact on farming but also on wildlife. We hear from beekeepers who say bees have been hit particularly hard. Meanwhile, fruit growers have seen a knock in the pollination services bees provide to their crops. And as soft fruit growers continue to face a shortage of pickers, technology companies are racing to develop robots to harvest the fruit instead. Raspberries, being so soft, are a particular challenge, but we hear from one company hoping to have robotic pickers working commercially on farms within the next 5 years. Presented by Anna Hill Produced in Bristol by Heather Simons
We have quite a few costs that go in to operating our short-term rentals. Some of them are fixed, our mortgage or our lease payment for example, but most of them are variable. Meaning, most of our expenses will either go up or down and change over time. These are other expenses like housekeeping costs, maintenance costs, and perhaps one of the biggest, Utilities!That's right, since we pay for our short-term rental guests utilities, these are one of our biggest costs. So this week we will take a closer look and recommend a few options you could use to cut these expenses down and put more money back in your pocket Solar electric Smart home devices Fixtures in your property Want a crash course in just two days with everything you need to know to find, acquire and operate a short-term rental with passive operations? Good news! We have our latest live webinar recording available! Are you enjoying the podcast? Please subscribe, leave a rating and a review, and share it! This helps us reach others that may find the info helpful as well. You can find all of our links here including our website, webinar, Instagram and more!
Here are some ways to cut down on time spent in the editing room, watch the video here: https://youtu.be/zynQcqWumvQ More Stuff we do: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrgC4DzNI_ao3sTOQEpOKOA? Twitter: https://twitter.com/johnny3terson & https://twitter.com/StraightUpPods Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/1d7aa3178d02/podletter Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/straightuppodcasts/ Website: https://straightuppodcasts.webflow.io/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/StraightUpPodcasts
Some are a bit sneaky, others are common sense, but all should make the time you're waiting...and waiting....and waiting to speak with a representative a bit short. | Frommer's
In the 1890s, Waldemar Haffkine worked valiantly to develop vaccines against both cholera and bubonic plague. Then an unjust accusation derailed his career. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe Haffkine's momentous work in India, which has been largely overlooked by history. We'll also consider some museum cats and puzzle over an endlessly energetic vehicle. Intro: The Galveston hurricane of 1915 carried 21,000-pound buoy 10 miles. Lillian Russell designed a portable dresser for touring actresses. Sources for our feature on Waldemar Haffkine: Selman A. Waksman, The Brilliant and Tragic Life of W.M.W. Haffkine, Bacteriologist, 1964. Waldemar Mordecai Wolffe Haffkine, Anti-Cholera Inoculation, 1895. Tilli Tansey, "Rats and Racism: A Tale of US Plague," Nature 568:7753 (April 25, 2019), 454-455. Yusra Husain, "Lucknow: Bubonic Plague Vaccine and a 123-Year-Old Family Tale," Times of India, July 29, 2020. Stanley B. Barns, "Waldemar Haffkine and the 1911 Chinese Pneumonic Plague Epidemic," Pulmonary Reviews 13:3 (March 2008), 9. Jake Scobey-Thal, "The Plague," Foreign Policy 210 (January/February 2015), 24-25. Marina Sorokina, "Between Faith and Reason: Waldemar Haffkine (1860-1930) in India," in Kenneth X. Robbins and Marvin Tokayer, eds., Western Jews in India: From the Fifteenth Century to the Present, 2013, 161-178. Pratik Chakrabarti, "'Living versus Dead': The Pasteurian Paradigm and Imperial Vaccine Research," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 84:3 (Fall 2010), 387-423. Barbara J. Hawgood, "Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine, CIE (1860–1930): Prophylactic Vaccination Against Cholera and Bubonic Plague in British India," Journal of Medical Biography 15:1 (2007), 9-19. Myron Echenberg, "Pestis Redux: The Initial Years of the Third Bubonic Plague Pandemic, 1894-1901," Journal of World History 13:2 (Fall 2002), 429-449. Natasha Sarkar, "Plague in Bombay: Response of Britain's Indian Subjects to Colonial Intervention," Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 62 (2001), 442-449. Ilana Löwy, "From Guinea Pigs to Man: The Development of Haffkine's Anticholera Vaccine," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 47:3 (July 1992), 270-309. Eli Chernin, "Ross Defends Haffkine: The Aftermath of the Vaccine-Associated Mulkowal Disaster of 1902," Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 46:2 (April 1991), 201-218. Edythe Lutzker and Carol Jochnowitz, "The Curious History of Waldemar Haffkine," Commentary 69:006 (June 1980), 61. W.J. Simpson, "Waldemar Haffkine, CIE," British Medical Journal 2:3644 (1930), 801. Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine, "A Lecture on Vaccination Against Cholera: Delivered in the Examination Hall of the Conjoint Board of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of London and Surgeons of England, December 18th, 1895," British Medical Journal 2:1825 (1895), 1541. Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine, "On Preventive Inoculation," Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 65:413-422 (1900), 252-271. Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine and W.J. Simpson, "A Contribution to the Etiology of Cholera," Indian Medical Gazette 30:3 (1895), 89. Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine, E.H. Hankin, and Ch. H. Owen, "Technique of Haffkine's Anti-Choleraic Inoculations," Indian Medical Gazette 29:6 (1894), 201. Andrew Scottie, "The Vaccine Passport Debate Isn't New: It Started in 1897 During a Plague Pandemic," CNN Wire Service, April 14, 2021. "How the World's Race for Vaccination Was Won," [Surry Hills, N.S.W.] Daily Telegraph, Feb. 23, 2021. Joel Gunter and Vikas Pandey, "Waldemar Haffkine: The Vaccine Pioneer the World Forgot," BBC News, Dec. 11, 2020. Vikram Doctor, "The Risks and Rewards of Human Trials," [New Delhi] Economic Times, May 9, 2020. Donald G. McNeil, Jr., "Can the Government Require Vaccinations? Yes," New York Times, April 11, 2019. Henry Marsh, "The Sniping Scientists Whose Work Saved Millions of Lives," New York Times, Sept. 3, 2018. William F. Bynum, "Review --- Books: Anxieties Immune to Reason," Wall Street Journal, Aug. 18, 2018. Faye Flam, "Please Don't Try This Biohacking at Home," Chicago Tribune, June 8, 2018. Ashlin Mathew, "Falling Into the Rattrap," [Noida] Mail Today, April 5, 2015. Nicholas Bakalar, "Milestones in Combating Cholera," New York Times, Oct. 1, 2012. "Death of Dr. Haffkine," [Perth] Westralian Judean, Feb. 1, 1931. "Neglect of Genius," [Brisbane] Telegraph, May 12, 1923. "A Scientist From India," [Victoria] Jewish Herald, Nov. 5, 1915. "Dinner to Dr. Haffkine," Hebrew Standard of Australasia, July 28, 1899. Ernest Hart, "Fighting Cholera on the Ganges," Salt Lake Herald, Nov. 2, 1896. Listener mail: Quite Interesting, "Last week, the Union of Museum Cats was established ...," Twitter, March 3, 2021. Lana Svetlova, "The First Trade Union of Museum Cats in Russia Was Decided to Be Created in St. Petersburg," MKRU St. Petersburg, April 26, 2021. "Hermitage Cats," Wikipedia (accessed April 21, 2021). "Frenchman Leaves Inheritance to St. Petersburg's Hermitage Cats," Moscow Times, Dec. 3, 2020. Alexander Marquardt, "St. Petersburg's Hermitage Museum Home to Masters ... and Cats," ABC News, July 21, 2010. Teresa Levonian Cole, "St Petersburg: The Cats of the Hermitage," Telegraph, May 23, 2013. Mary Ilyushina and Amy Woodyatt, "A French Man Has Left Money to 50 Cats Who Live in Russia's Hermitage Museum," CNN, Dec. 7, 2020. "Hermitage Museum," Wikipedia (accessed April 24, 2021). Mikey Smith, "No10 Staff Told to Cut Down on Treats for Larry the Cat as He Piles on Lockdown Pounds," Mirror, March 9, 2021. Justin Ng, "Just seen @Number10cat see off a fox ...," Twitter, April 20, 2021. Sam Baker, "The Fur Flies at Number Ten: Larry the Downing Street Cat Sees Off Rival FOX in Scrap Behind Prime Minister's Home," Daily Mail, April 20, 2021. This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Sam Tilley, who sent this corroborating link (warning -- this spoils the puzzle). You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening!
Byrne's in for another great conversation. This one goes all over. I think you'll enjoy it. You can find Byrne Power here on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIAtCuzdvgNJvSYILnHtdWA Discord link. Good for just a few days. Check with more recent videos for a fresh link. https://discord.gg/zjRM74X3 Paul Vander Klay clips channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX0jIcadtoxELSwehCh5QTg If you want to schedule a one-on-one conversation check here. https://paulvanderklay.me/2019/08/06/converzations-with-pvk/ There is a video version of this podcast on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/paulvanderklay To listen to this on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/paul-vanderklays-podcast/id1394314333 If you need the RSS feed for your podcast player https://paulvanderklay.podbean.com/feed/ All Amazon links here are part of the Amazon Affiliate Program. Amazon pays me a small commission at no additional cost to you if you buy through one of the product links here. This is is one (free to you) way to support my videos. To support this channel/podcast on Paypal: https://paypal.me/paulvanderklay To support this channel/podcast with Bitcoin (BTC): 37TSN79RXewX8Js7CDMDRzvgMrFftutbPo To support this channel/podcast with Bitcoin Cash (BCH) qr3amdmj3n2u83eqefsdft9vatnj9na0dqlzhnx80h To support this channel/podcast with Ethereum (ETH): 0xd3F649C3403a4789466c246F32430036DADf6c62 Blockchain backup on Lbry https://lbry.tv/@paulvanderklay Powerpoints of Monologue videos are available for Patrons at https://www.patreon.com/paulvanderklay Paul's Church Content at Living Stones Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh7bdktIALZ9Nq41oVCvW-A To support Paul's work by supporting his church give here. https://tithe.ly/give?c=2160640
Have you ever thought to yourself, I should create my own piece of software to help my landscaping company? That is exactly what our guest did today. Today we chat with Shannon Walsh of EZBZ.app. Shannon and her husband own Premier Home Services and they were always looking for a piece of software that would help them with work orders, and a simple way to communicate with their team out in the field. Today Shannon shares their story and they are also offering a special lifetime payment deal to the listeners of the podcast that sign up using this link https://uma.rfrl.co/6ew29.
Why take one great photo of something with your phone when you can easily take five? There’s no problem until you either run out of storage space on your phone or want to organize your photo collection. Then it’s time to bring in the big guns to remove the duplicates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimmy Weber, an award winning filmmaker, music composer, and visual effects artist extraordinaire shares his filmmaker secrets like he's getting paid for it. Check out his work at www.jimmyweber.com and follow his production company www.prettypeoplepictures.com for all the latest and greatest!Filmmakers have the power to evoke emotion, inspire thought, and drive universal change in this world. Welcome to Filmmaker Secrets.Hit me up on...Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/filmmaker.secretsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/filmmakersecretsYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/filmmakersecretsHomepage: http://www.filmmakersecrets.com
The Baylor Bears block perfection and cut down the nets after a runaway game against the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Does Baylor have the potential to repeat this effort? The New York Mets finally got their opening day, but it didn't go as planned. Do they have the potential to live up to their lofty expectations this season? North Carolina has named their replacement for Roy Williams and they are staying in-house. San Diego Padres star, Fernando Tatis Jr. left the game last night after taking a hard swing. The Utah Jazz fall to the Dallas Mavericks? Plus, is Sam Darnold an upgrade for the Carolina Panthers? That's the Q of the Day! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week on Shaun and Von, the guys discuss numerous topics from around the sports world. First, Shaun and Von close out the college basketball season as the Stanford women (3:05) and Baylor men (10:00) won their respective national championships and Roy Williams retires from North Carolina (25:15). Next, the guys transition to the NFL to talk about Sam Darnold being traded to Carolina (35:05) and the league expanding the regular season to 17 games (44:35). Then, three subjects from the NBA including DeMarcus Cousins and Isaiah Thomas returning to the NBA (52:05), the Kings latest losing streak (57:45), and Paul Pierce and ESPN parting ways (1:04:35). Finally, Shaun and Von conclude this episode with MLB, as the All-Star Game gets relocated (1:13:00) and Francisco Lindor gets paid (1:20:10). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rick Stroud and Steve Versnick on the Buccaneers returning all 22 starters from the Super Bowl as Leonard Fournette signs, the Rays cut their roster for Opening Day including Josh Fleming who doesn't make it, the Lightning have lost 2 in a row without Ryan McDonagh and Erik Cernak, the quarterbacks impress at the USF Spring Game and farewell to Howard Schnellenberger. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Thank you for tuning in! This week on The Collegiate Podcast winter 2021 sports edition, Sports Editor Sean Chase speaks with Kaia Zimmerman, Malachi Robinson and Nelson Hubbell about the round of 16 in the NCAA women's tournament, including their predictions for the ultimate winner. They also discuss how their brackets from the men's tournament are holding up. Music Courtesy of Gozer
Tune in this week to learn about idioms and phrases in English. You'll learn how to use A Fan of (Someone or Something), Cut Down, Have Your (Fair) Share of Something, and more!This episode is part two of “Why You Should Write Your Own Resume.” You will learn twelve idioms and phrases in English. Expanding your English vocabulary will allow you to communicate better with native English speakers. And as always, you’ll get some homework at the end so you can continue to improve your English communication skills.If you want my tips on preparing for a job interview, I invite you to visit my website for my free five-step job interview preparation checklist. This checklist has already helped thousands of people worldwide perform well in interviews and get jobs they love. To sign up, visit my website at express-to-impress.com.This podcast is listener-supported. So if you get a new job or a raise in part because of something you learned on the podcast, I invite you to make a donation to keep the podcast on the air. 100% of any amount you give will go to production expenses. Original theme music by Lucas Knutter Read the transcript here. Join the Express to Impress community on LinkedIn.See infographics for this episode on Pinterest.
The NCAA Tournament is BACK! Let's get into each region! 1:49 Bracket snubs/Mis-seedings? 5:44 West Region 17:55 East Region 36:24 South Region 51:23 Midwest Region Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Tuesday, March 16th, 2021. The Goodman & Hummel Basketball Podcast is powered by Bet Rivers, Manscaped, and Bracket Fanatics!
The NCAA committee wants to kick its tournament off with a bang, placing MSU in a first-four game against UCLA! We talk about the tournament, preview upcoming games against the Bruins and potentially BYU, and take your Twitter questions. Join in next week @spartan_pod
In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Tom Hackett talk about the latest news in their lives, Casey's dad-daughter school dance, and Tom learns how to cut down a tree. Then we debate which of us is the better fixer-upper and breakdown the recent events of gophers returning to Tom's yard. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RJ Bell and Jonas Knox recap Brooklyn's win over the Lakers on Thursday night. The Vegas crew updates you on the latest NBA championship odds, and RJ tells you why the Nets will put a halt to Los Angeles' chances at a repeat and more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Show Summary In today’s world, trying to get married has become... a hot mess. So, to all the COVID brides to have been, grooms and wedding professionals: you’re not alone. Welcome to Bride To Have Been, a StudioPod original podcast hosted by Emily Lewis, with the purpose of building a community by sharing the reality of this new normal in the wedding industry. Let’s keep inspiring each other and celebrate the thing we treasure the most: love. The role of a wedding planner is more important than ever right now, they should be like your second mother, says Senior Editor Kim Forrest at The Knot Worldwide. She should know. She has been writing about weddings for nearly 15 years and has been helping The Knot produce stories and content to help couples navigate COVID wedding planning. From setting up a support hotline that has received over 3,000 calls to date to coining terms for all of the new kinds of weddings we’re seeing (minimonies, sequel weddings and anniversary receptions), and even culling data (66% of couples have pushed their weddings to 2021 and 7% have pushed to 2022) Kim and her team have been working nonstop to make their couples feel special and supported throughout one of the biggest milestones in their lives. Jump straight into: (02:18) - How Kim Forrest got into writing about weddings - “The wedding industry, it's been really exciting and again, [I] just love writing about love.” (06:32) - How The Knot is working behind the scenes to support couples - “It was just a matter of talking to to vendors who were really on the ground, we talked to health experts, we really did the legwork to make sure that we were giving our couples the most up-to-date and the most helpful information out there.” (11:10) - Why they started the hotline - “It's been really a safe space for couples to ask for advice from experts and to vent and to just kind of hear a friendly voice.” (17:13) - When couples were rescheduling for - “66% pushed to 2021, 7% pushed to 2022, and then there are people who are not sure, and people who rescheduled till later in 2020.” (23:15) - Kim on COVID wedding trends - “There are a lot of trends that we're seeing. For 2021 wedding trends, the sort of theme I came up with was smaller but bigger. So the guest list is smaller, but that means that a lot of the other elements of a wedding are bigger.” (27:44) - On couples feeling guilty about wedding planning during the pandemic - “Because weddings are such a happy thing, and with so much happening in the world, one can feel guilty for planning a wedding during this time. That could seem frivolous. So we really tried to help couples see that it's not something to feel guilty for.” (29:13) - The importance of celebrating anyway - “Having these moments of joy, they mean a lot to people, they really do. And I think that there's a lot of good in that. So I understand of course why people feel that guilt and feel that wide range of emotions, but I do think that people also need to be able to feel those moments of joy.” Resources https://www.theknot.com/content/covid19-help (The Knot's Official Guidebook for COVID-19 Wedding Help) The Knot’s support hotline: (833) 998-2865 Follow https://www.instagram.com/theknot/ (The Knot )on Instagram Thanks for listening! Follow us on https://www.instagram.com/bridetohavebeen (Instagram), don’t forget to use the #COVIDBrideTribe, and feel free to send us your COVID wedding stories. Bride To Have Been is a podcast brought to you by https://www.giveagiftpod.com/ (GiftPod) and produced at https://www.studiopodsf.com/ (StudioPod). Edits were made at https://nodalab.com/ (Nodalab) and music was produced by https://open.spotify.com/artist/3ugRqsUUkY3Dxc35llDO07?si=4eTLwb3CT_SDuXuBbEDNAw (GaryOAKland). Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and share with all of your fellow brides.
If the pandemic and the news cycle has got you on your phone way too much, we've got a bunch of super helpful tips and tricks that can help. Whether you just need a couple of hours back in your day or you feel like your usage is approaching an addiction, we've got you covered. Get all the links from our show on CoolMomTech.com // Follow us on social media: Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
News about the tech companies and our data, and the Moderna vaccine passes the FDA test. Also, a 17 year older explains a quantum theory, and a barista and a boy battling cancer become friends. Plus, your positive step and quote for the day. Find the video from the teenage scientist on my Facebook page @thedailyoptimistpodcast, or my Twitter @thedailyoptpod. Also follow me on Instagram @thedailyoptpod. Please Rate/Subscribe/Share
"How do we cut down fat (especially belly fat or visceral fat) without losing muscle mass?" asks this_is_fiction from Instagram. “I love this question," answers JJ Virgin, author of the Sugar Impact Diet and Certified Nutrition Specialist. Tune in to learn why JJ says, "Your body is not a bank account, it's a chemistry experiment!” Learn her recommended methods for teaching your body how to burn off fat without losing muscle mass. Whether you are starting with the basics or ready for expert 'hacks', JJ has the answer and more.
" NASA scientists have discovered water on the dark side of the Moon. Until recently, researchers had only confirmed water in the sunlit portions. The implications of this discovery are enormous and could change the future of space exploration as we know it. Plus, learn what it means to “cut down on” something. -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for the modern world. -- Today’s full English lesson, including a free transcript, can be found at: https://plainenglish.com/317 -- Learning English should be fun! That’s why our lessons are about current events and trending topics you care about: business, travel, technology, health, science, politics, the environment, and so much more. Our free English lessons always include English expressions and phrasal verbs, too. -- Learn even more English at PlainEnglish.com, where we have fast and slow audio, translations, videos, online English courses, and a supportive community of English learners like you. Sign up free at PlainEnglish.com/Join -- Aprende inglés gratis en línea con nuestro curso de inglés. Se habla a una velocidad lenta para que todos entiendan. ¡Aprende ingles con nosotros ahora! | Aprenda Inglês online grátis com o Plain English, a uma velocidade menor, para que todos possam entender. Contact: E-mail email@example.com | WhatsApp +1 312 967 8757 | Facebook PlainEnglishPod | Instagram PlainEnglishPod | Twitter @PlainEnglishPod "