Chief Darlene Bernard from Lennox Island First Nation explains her community's interim understanding with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans on a moderate livelihood fishery. And on the phone-in: Dal's Nathaniel Pearre answers your questions on EVs
O hnutích proti potratům nebo pro „tradiční rodiny“ v Česku donedávna nebylo příliš slyšet. Pozornost ale upoutalo Hnutí pro život, které odsoudilo sbírku na nákup nouzové antikoncepce pro ženy znásilněné na Ukrajině ruskými vojáky. Další ultrakonzervativní spolek, Aliance pro rodinu, se zase podle nedávných zjištění Deníku N dostal do poradních orgánů současné vlády. Aliance, která odmítá rozšiřování práv queer lidí a požaduje ústavní definici manželství jako svazku muže a ženy, radí na ministerstvu práce a sociálních věcí i na ministerstvu spravedlnosti. Co jsou tato hnutí zač, na koho jsou napojená a proč by nás to mělo zajímat? Hosty podcastu jsou redaktorka a redaktor Deníku N Adéla Karásková Skoupá a Prokop Vodrážka.
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el jueves 12 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Análisis de los juegos del día anterior: MIL 110 - 107 BOS (Bucks toma la ventaja 3-2) GSW 95 - 134 MEM (Grizzlies recorta la desventaja y ahora GSW lidera 3-2) Previas de los partidos del día: MIA (3) en PHI (2) PHX (3) en DAL (2) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
S desítkami svých studentů utekla prorektorka Kyjevské akademie cirkusových a scénických umění Nina Araya do Prahy. Další stovky studentů našly azyl po celé Evropě i ve světě. V Praze studenti studují herectví na HAMU a se souborem Cirk La Putyka trénují. Připravili společně představení Boom a účinkují i ve hře Cesty. V kolika letech studenti s cirkusem začínali? A je český přístup k novému cirkusu odlišný od toho ukrajinského?
S desítkami svých studentů utekla prorektorka Kyjevské akademie cirkusových a scénických umění Nina Araya do Prahy. Další stovky studentů našly azyl po celé Evropě i ve světě. V Praze studenti studují herectví na HAMU a se souborem Cirk La Putyka trénují. Připravili společně představení Boom a účinkují i ve hře Cesty. V kolika letech studenti s cirkusem začínali? A je český přístup k novému cirkusu odlišný od toho ukrajinského?Všechny díly podcastu Host Lucie Výborné můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el miércoles 11 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA y un informe especial sobre la situación de Lakers a través de declaraciones recién emitidas por Jeanie Buss, su propietaria. Análisis de los juegos del día anterior: PHI 85 - 120 MIA (Heat toma la ventaja 3-2) DAL 80 - 110 PHX (Suns toma la ventaja 3-2) Previas de los partidos del día: MIL (2) en BOS (2) GSW (3) en MEM (1) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Jsou to takové malé architektonické poklady: barevné dřevěné domky, se zdobnými vyřezávanými římsami nad okny, které připomínají krajky. Tradiční domy ale postupně zmizely z center řady ruských měst. Mnohé z nich už za sovětské éry srovnaly se zemí buldozery. Další pak od 90. let developeři.Všechny díly podcastu Zápisník zahraničních zpravodajů můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.
Jsou to takové malé architektonické poklady: barevné dřevěné domky, se zdobnými vyřezávanými římsami nad okny, které připomínají krajky. Tradiční domy ale postupně zmizely z center řady ruských měst. Mnohé z nich už za sovětské éry srovnaly se zemí buldozery. Další pak od 90. let developeři.
Další inflační šok, tak zní efektní titulek, se kterým přišli ekonomičtí analytici. Už si mysleli, že tempo zdražování zpomalí, jenže v dubnu vyrostly ceny oproti březnu o dvě procenta. Proti loňskému dubnu to je už o 14 procent a něco takového mnozí z analytiků ani nezažili. V proudu Jobových zvěstí by se dalo pokračovat, protože Český statistický úřad také informoval, že výkony maloobchodu se v březnu držely na předchozí úrovni.Všechny díly podcastu Názory a argumenty můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo con el Coach Carlos Morales el martes 10 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Índice de segmentos del episodio: ► Repaso de los juegos de la noche anterior… BOS 116 - 108 MIL (Celtics iguala la serie 2-2) MEM 95 - 101 GSW (Warriors estira la ventaja a 3-1) ► Previas de los partidos del día: PHI (2) en MIA (2) DAL (2) en PHX (2) ► ¿Segundo MVP consecutivo para Nikola Jokic? ► Polémicos arbitrajes en estos playoffs. ► Evaluación parcial de los ocho DTs aún en Playoffs. ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Půl roku v Mexiku, půl roku v Česku. Tak tráví svůj čas kariérní mentorka a koučka Petra Drahoňovská. Další rozhovor ale nebude o cestování, nýbrž o kariéře z mnoha úhlů pohledu. Nevíš, jak se připravit na pohovor nebo o jaký si říct plat? Poslechni si rady zkušené lektorky Czechitas.
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el sábado 7 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Análisis de los juegos del día anterior: BOS 101 - 103 MIL (Bucks toman la ventaja 2-1) MEM 112 - 142 GSW (Warriors toman la ventaja 2-1) Previas de los partidos del día: PHX (2) en DAL (1) MIA (2) en PHI (1) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el viernes 6 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Previas de los partidos del día: MIA (2) en PHI (0) PHX (2) en DAL (0) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Ačkoliv titulky světových médií naznačují opak, nejbohatší muž světa Elon Musk se nezabývá jen tím, co udělá se sociální sítí Twitter. Těžiště jeho zájmu je především v automobilce v Tesla. Musk už několik let slibuje, že elektrická auta jeho automobilky Tesla dosáhnou plné autonomie – tedy automatizovaného řízení, kdy vůz řidiče vůbec nepotřebuje. A stejný cíl pro Teslu zopakoval i letos. „Na tom asi není co zpochybňovat, otázkou spíš je, kde a jak to bude. V některých státech USA s příjemným počasím a standardními širokými silnicemi, typu Nevada nebo Arizona, podle mě Tesla dostane povolení, aby v určitých oblastech jezdila zcela autonomně. Ale spíš bych chtěl vidět Teslu projet kolem nábřeží v Praze, Starý Městem, křivolakými uličkami, kde jsou kočičí hlavy, tu a tam nějaká objížďka. Stará Praha je z hlediska autonomního systému vytrénovaného ve Spojených státech docela jiná, a to může být problém,“ říká Jiří Matas, vědec a profesor na FEL ČVUT, v podcastu Stopáž.Odkazy k dnešní epizodě:Praskající led ve Švédsku
Do you like Dal? Made from lentils, it's a staple food on the tables of India. Lentils are a type of pulse, or seed that grows in a pod. Lentils are revered the world over for their delicious, nutritious place in our pantry. We speak with Sarah Thomas of Kalamata's Kitchen about the importance of Dal in Indian cuisine, and we all take the Taste Bud Pledge. Will you join us?Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Time For Lunch by becoming a member!Time For Lunch is Powered by Simplecast.
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el jueves 5 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Análisis de juegos del día anterior: PHI 103 - 119 MIA (Heat toma la ventaja 2-0) DAL 109 - 129 PHX (Suns toma la ventaja 2-0) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el miércoles 4 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Análisis de juegos del día anterior: MIL 86 - 109 BOS (Celtics igualan la serie 1-1) GSW 101 - 106 MEM (Grizzlies igualan la serie 1-1) Previas de los partidos del día: PHI (0) en MIA (1) DAL (0) en PHX (1) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Vavra Bence már számtalanszor bizonyította sokoldalú tehetségét: legutóbb a Sztárban Sztár győzteseként, előtte a Dal és az X-faktor versenyzőjeként, mégis arra vágyik igazán, hogy függetlenül is elismerjék. Beszélgetünk zenei kihívásokról, érzelmekről, inspirációkról, és hogy mindez miként egyeztethető össze a magánéleti tervekkel és vágyakkal.
Hradní kancléř Vratislav Mynář se snažil setkat s šéfem Národní centrály proti organizovanému zločinu Jiřím Mazánkem. Tématem schůzky měla být skartace tajné zprávy o Vrběticích, kterou NCOZ prověřuje. Další kauzu kancléře bez prověrky odhalili reportérka Zdislava Pokorná a reportér Lukáš Prchal, který byl hostem Vítka Svobody ve Studiu N.
Opoziční lídři Andrej Babiš a Tomio Okamura vedou souboj o to, kdo vydrží déle mluvit. Poslaneckou sněmovnu zase čekají nekonečná noční jednání. Hnutí ANO a SPD rozjely klasické obstrukce, aby zabránily přijetí novely zákona o střetu zájmů nebo zavedení korespondenční volby.A v noci z úterý na středu u toho byli naši reportéři s mikrofonem - Lucie Stuchlíková a Václav Dolejší. Noční speciál podcastu Vlevo dole přináší popis dění a atmosféry ve sněmovním zákulisí hodinu po hodině.„Během dvouhodinového projevu šéfa ANO jsem si vzpomněla na rok 2015, kdy ještě Andrej Babiš v roli ministra financí navrhoval omezit čas na řečnění s tím, že parlament je žvanírna, kde on ztrácí svůj drahocenný čas,“ vybavila si Lucie Stuchlíková.Političtí reportéři mimo jiné zjistili, že poslankyním se schůzování po půlnoci moc nelíbí, považují to totiž za nedůstojné a nehygienické. Nebo že poslanci mají rozpis služeb, kdy kdo sedí v sálu a kdo může odpočívat s podmínkou, že zvládne do minuty přiběhnout.„Sněmovní obstrukce jako právo opoziční menšiny zabránit vládě tady bylo vždy. Rozdíl je, že tento střet mezi vládou s opozicí se odehrával tak jednu za volební období ohledně klíčového zákona, který oba tábor považovaly za hlavní symbol. Dnešní opozice, zdá se, je proti všemu,“ říká Václav Dolejší.Kdo má v kanceláři nafukovací matraci a kdo rozkládací gauč? Kdo má klíče od sprchy, nejžádanějšího místa, když poslancům ráno skončí šichta? A seženete ve Sněmovně uprostřed noci kafe? Poslechněte si celý obstrukční speciál Vlevo dole od soumraku do úsvitu! Vlevo dole řeší politické kauzy, boje o vliv i šeptandu z kuloárů Sněmovny. Vychází každou středu v poledne. Podcast pro vás připravují Lucie Stuchlíková (@StuchlikovLucie) a Václav Dolejší (@VacDol), reportéři Seznam Zpráv. Další podcasty, ale taky články, komentáře a videa najdete na zpravodajském serveru Seznam Zprávy. Poslouchejte nás na webu Seznam Zpráv, na Podcasty.cz nebo ve své oblíbené podcastové aplikaci. Své názory, návrhy, otázky, stížnosti nebo pochvaly nám můžete posílat na adresu email@example.com. Sledujte @SeznamZpravy na sociálních sítích: Twitter // Facebook // Instagram. Seznam Zprávy jsou zdrojem původních informací, nezávislé investigace, originální publicistiky.
Nació en Dalías, Almería, en 1864. Fue ordenado sacerdote en 1887. Vivió su sacerdocio primero como diocesano y después como jesuita, con una entrega total al apostolado de la Palabra y de los sacramentos, dedicando largas horas al confesionario y dirigiendo numerosas tandas de ejercicios espirituales. Vivió siempre el lema: “Hacer lo que Dios quiere y querer lo que Dios hace”. Falleció el 2 de mayo de 1929 en Aranjuez, a los 64 años.
“You're making me hate the moon!” Jackie searches for the perfect rock. Astronauts tussle. Dal learns how a radio works. Ishmael eats a sandwich. CW: deadly workplace situations, things from scripture Special thanks to Beth Crane! Transcripts here Find cast info, links and transcripts at truetalesteam.com, or follow us on twitter for more illuminati content @truetalesteam Promo this episode was for Crowley Time, a sketch comedy podcast, featuring characters and messages in bottles plucked from unknown shores, written and performed by Tom Crowley. You can find out more here CAST Chloe Zwaicher was Beck Julie Snyder was Jackie Noel Naczi was Ishmael Meredith Gulley was Dal John Serpico was the Chief Dennis Bruno was the Memo Marc Campasano was Werner Von Braun Salvatore Fabbiano was Twobrick Dennis Bruno was Neil Armstrong Alex Roy was Buzz Aldrin And Mike Giordano was Michael Collins CREW Written by Max Kreisky, Katherine Cargill and Eric Trageser Sound design by Hedley Knights and Beth Crane Directed and Produced by Max Kreisky Logo Design by Tom Crowley Theme by Arnie Parrot Recorded at The Bridge Sound and Stage in Somerville, Massachusetts Special thanks to Managers of Stretch's Billiards Beth Crane, Jess Pfohl and Jonathan Kreisky Phony Executive Producers Nick Krasney Denise Grenier Alex Hensley Laura Isham Mariclair Bennet Steven Rutkowsi And Lilit Penrod made this show possible, and for this their likenesses will be carved into the face of the moon itself. Real small. But they're up there!
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Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo con el Coach Carlos Morales el martes 3 de mayo de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Índice de segmentos del episodio: > Repaso de los juegos de la noche anterior… PHI 92 - 106 MIA (Heat toma la ventaja 1-0) DAL 114 - 121 PHX (Suns toma la ventaja 1-0) > Previas de los partidos del día: MIL (1) en BOS (0) GSW (1) en MEM (0) > ¿Qué pasa en Utah con Mitchell y Gobert? > La era del empoderamiento de los jugadores. > La mala costumbre de Draymond Green. ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
I WILL THROW YOUR COMICS IN THE TRASH •A broken Bat Grappling gun •Thor Love and Thunder Marvel Legends are out now! •Fixed costs (I told you I'd keep it in). •Comics for out-of-touch old men. •Cyclical sales (or was this what I was keeping in? I can't remember) •Simon & Schuster billing fun. Seriously delinquent fun. •Dal really enjoys using Stocky to maintain Challenger's graphic novel inventory. Contest of Challengers #583
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el viernes 29 de abril de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Análisis de juegos del día anterior: PHI 132 - 97 TOR (los Sixers ganan la serie 4-2) PHX 115 - 109 NOP (los Suns ganan la serie 4-2) DAL 98 - 96 UTH (los Mavericks ganan la serie 4-2) Previa del partido del día: MEM (3) en MIN (2) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Ricoveri Covid in discesa secondo il monitoraggio dell'Iss. Dal 1° maggio green pass addio, ma restano le mascherine al chiuso fino al 15 giugno. Ne parliamo con l'epidemiologa Stefania Salmaso. Con Marco Di Liddo, analista del CeSI, gli ultimi aggiornamenti sulla guerra Russia-Ucraina. E poi torna, come ogni venerdì, Sostiene (Enrico) Bertolino.
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el jueves 28 de abril de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Análisis de juegos de la jornada anterior: CHI 100 - 116 MIL (los Bucks ganan la serie 4-1) DEN 98 - 102 GSW (los Warriors ganan la serie 4-1) Previas de los partidos del día: PHI (3) en TOR (2) PHX (3) en NOP (2) DAL (3) en UTH (2) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Středopravicová vláda Petra Fialy se rozhodla udělat nečekané sociální gesto: rodinám s ročním příjmem pod milion korun pošle jednorázový příspěvek za každé dítě 5000 korun. Nápad, který vzbudil velký emoce, je tématem pro Reaktor podcastu Vlevo dole.A kabinet se okamžitě ocitl pod palbou ze všech stran. Skalní pravičáci říkají, že se chová populisticky jako kdysi Paroubek nebo Babiš, když lidem pošle dáreček měsíc před zářijovými komunálními a senátními volbami. Zleva zase zní posměšky, že při razatním zvýšení měsíčních záloh na energie pět tisíc korun nic neřeší.„Poradci premiéra připouštějí, že to není pravicové a že vlastně dělají totéž, co tolik kritizovali na Babišovi, ale prý tím chtěli alespoň trochu páry z hrnce, pod který přikládá populistická opozice,“ říká reportér Václav Dolejší.„Kabinet se ocitla pod velkým tlakem populistické a extrémistické opozice, že nic nedělá a nemyslí na naše lidi. Něco musel udělat, limit milion korun je podle mě zbytečně moc vysoko,“ dodává Lucie Stuchlíková.Poslechněte si celou epizodu Reaktoru! Vlevo dole řeší politické kauzy, boje o vliv i šeptandu z kuloárů Sněmovny. Vychází každou středu v poledne. Podcast pro vás připravují Lucie Stuchlíková (@StuchlikovLucie) a Václav Dolejší (@VacDol), reportéři Seznam Zpráv. Další podcasty, ale taky články, komentáře a videa najdete na zpravodajském serveru Seznam Zprávy. Poslouchejte nás na webu Seznam Zpráv, na Podcasty.cz nebo ve své oblíbené podcastové aplikaci. Své názory, návrhy, otázky, stížnosti nebo pochvaly nám můžete posílat na adresu firstname.lastname@example.org. Sledujte @SeznamZpravy na sociálních sítích: Twitter // Facebook // Instagram. Seznam Zprávy jsou zdrojem původních informací, nezávislé investigace, originální publicistiky.
Lidovci měli o víkendu sjezd - což je pro politické reportéry Lucii Stuchlíkovou a Václava Dolejšího něco jako školní výlet. Reportážní dojmy ze setkání „sester a bratří“ jsou tématem nejnovějšího dílu podcastu Vlevo dole.„V Ostravě nechyběla tradiční pálenka a dechovka, před hotelem ovšem taky stály solární panely, rychlodobíjecí stanice a elektromobily nejen s bateriemi, ale dokonce i na vodík. Jako by se lidovci snažili zbavit nálepky konzervativní a tak trochu zaprděné strany,“ říká Václav Dolejší.V sále bylo značné množství mladých delegátů, předsálí ovládli členové mládežnické organizace a hodně se mluvilo o ekologii. Jen s těmi ženami ve vedení to zase moc dobře nešlo, jak si stěžovaly některé delegátky.Sjezdy politických stran se dělí na dva druhy - ty po vyhraných a ty po prohraných volbách. Zatímco po prohře se vyrojí desítky kandidátů do vedení, kteří vědí, jak se to mělo dělat lépe, po vítězství se plácá po ramenou a vedení zůstává při starém.U lidovců šlo spíš o ten druhý případ - i když ne tak docela. Marianu Jurečkovi místo spojenkyně Šárky Jelínkové totiž straníci zvolili jako zástupce kritického Jana Bartoška. „Je to varovný prst zdvižený k Marianu Jurečkovi - nelíbí se nám preference pod pěti procenty,“ říká Lucie Stuchlíková.Kdo je Josef Valihrach a proč je na sjezdu KDU-ČSL důležitější než předseda? Co by udělal Jiří Čunek, kdyby potkal Grétu? A co miluje ministryně životního prostředí Anna Hubáčková? Poslechněte si celou speciální epizodu Vlevo dole ze sjezdu lidovců! Vlevo dole řeší politické kauzy, boje o vliv i šeptandu z kuloárů Sněmovny. Vychází každou středu v poledne. Podcast pro vás připravují Lucie Stuchlíková (@StuchlikovLucie) a Václav Dolejší (@VacDol), reportéři Seznam Zpráv. Další podcasty, ale taky články, komentáře a videa najdete na zpravodajském serveru Seznam Zprávy. Poslouchejte nás na webu Seznam Zpráv, na Podcasty.cz nebo ve své oblíbené podcastové aplikaci. Své názory, návrhy, otázky, stížnosti nebo pochvaly nám můžete posílat na adresu email@example.com. Sledujte @SeznamZpravy na sociálních sítích: Twitter // Facebook // Instagram. Seznam Zprávy jsou zdrojem původních informací, nezávislé investigace, originální publicistiky.
Další pokles spotřebitelské důvěry vzbudil v médiích pozoruhodný ohlas. Sociologa může potěšit, že se novináři a jejich zákazníci zajímají o takové speciální studie. Není však divu. Spotřebitelé hledí v dubnu do budoucnosti s největší nedůvěrou od druhé poloviny roku 2012, kdy dosáhla svého dna minulá finanční krize.
2022-04-26 Weekly News - Episode 145Watch the video version on YouTube at https://youtu.be/c7n9_RJZLZY Hosts: Gavin Pickin - Senior Developer at Ortus SolutionsDaniel Garcia - Senior Developer at Ortus SolutionsThanks to our Sponsor - Ortus SolutionsThe makers of ColdBox, CommandBox, ForgeBox, TestBox and all your favorite box-en out there. A few ways to say thanks back to Ortus Solutions:Like and subscribe to our videos on YouTube. Help ORTUS reach for the Stars - Star and Fork our ReposStar all of your Github Box Dependencies from CommandBox with https://www.forgebox.io/view/commandbox-github Subscribe to our Podcast on your Podcast Apps and leave us a reviewSign up for a free or paid account on CFCasts, which is releasing new content every weekBuy Ortus's Book - 102 ColdBox HMVC Quick Tips and Tricks on GumRoad (http://gum.co/coldbox-tips) Patreon SupportWe have 35 patreons providing 92% of the funding for our Modernize or Die Podcasts via our Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutions. News and EventsNew Into the Box Dates Announced - Almost 100% finalizedOrtus Solutions is happy to announce we have new finalized dates for Into the Box 2022 and the venue. Into the Box 2022 will be hosted in Houston Texas, Tuesday September 6th through Thursday September 8th, 2022. The conference will be at a new venue, the Houston CityPlace Marriott at Springwoods Village.Adobe semi officially announced their dates (still un-official at the time of writing this post) and they were close, back to back weeks at the end of September/October. We felt like the ColdFusion community deserves more in person conferences, ColdFusion Community members need the opportunity to speak and or attend more in person coldfusion conferences. If we left the conferences back to back with only a travel day/weekend in between, it would have been hard for many if not most coldfusion community members to attend both.By changing the dates, it might still be hard or impossible for a lot of speakers, sponsors, and community members, but now those percentages have increased, and both conferences will be more successful, and that will help the community be more successful... and at the end of the day, we all win if ColdFusion wins.Since we moved dates for ITB 2022 - We're extending the Call for Speaker Deadline - April 30, 2022Since we had to make changes to the schedule, we wanted to make sure every community member had the opportunity to submit their proposal.Into the Box will be live in Houston in September 2022.https://forms.gle/HR1vQf2T5rs8yCZo9https://intothebox.orgAdobe Announced Adobe Developer Week 2022July 18-22, 2022Online - Virtual - FreeThe Adobe ColdFusion Developer Week is back - bigger and better than ever! This year, our experts are gearing up to host a series of webinars on all things ColdFusion. This is your chance to learn with them, get your questions answered, and build cloud-native applications with ease.Note: Speakers listed are 2021 speakers currently - check back for updateshttps://adobe-coldfusion-devweek-2022.attendease.com/registration/form Lucee 220.127.116.11-Snapshot Installers released - Stable release coming today!So we solved the last blocker for the 5.3.9 release, stable release tomorrow!Here are the preview installers, they bundleApache Tomcat/9.0.62Java 11.0.15 (Eclipse Adoptium) 64bitBonCode 1.0.42Notes: Java 17 is still not fully working, but Lucee will start instead of crashing on startup.Users with M1 Macs should now be able to use a native ARM JVM.https://dev.lucee.org/t/preview-5-3-9-131-snapshot-installers/10012 New Beta for the S3 Lucee Extension 18.104.22.168 (awslib) We had been using the older, no longer maintained jets3t library, but it's no longer maintained and was causing a range of minor problems which led us to decided to switch over to the the AWS S3 java library.Those problems beinglarge multipart uploads failing sometimesoccasional OSGI issues with the jets3t properties fileBasically as an end user, there is no functional difference between the 0.9.154 and 22.214.171.124 versions, in our testing the new version is a bit faster, especially with file deletion.https://dev.lucee.org/t/s3-extension-2-0-0-71-beta-awslib/10014 CFBreak is BackA once weekly email newsletter for the ColdFusion / CFML community.Hi, this is Pete Freitag, you're receiving this email because you signed up for my CFML / ColdFusion monthly newsletter CFML News here https://tinyletter.com/cfml a few years ago.I haven't posted to the newsletter since 2020, so I decided it is time for a refresh, and a rebrand of the newsletter.https://www.cfbreak.com/ CFWheels has joined Open Source CollectiveCFWheels has joined the Open Source Collective allowing us to raise, manage, and spend money transparently.https://cfwheels.org/blog/cfwheels-joins-open-source-collective/ Hot deal on Adobe ColdFusion from Fusion Reactor - Pricing good until April 30thAdobe ColdFusion Hot Sale. Upgrades to Adobe ColdFusion are now available at an exclusive rate. Upgrade to ColdFusion 21 if you have CF9, 10, 11, or 2016 and get the following deal:25% discount compared to the full price of CF21This offer is only available to FusionReactor customers for STD and ENT editions of ColdFusion. If you're not already a customer, then by adding FusionReactor in, you still have a significant saving. FusionReactor prices start from $19 per month, see our APM pricing page.https://www.fusion-reactor.com/blog/news/coldfusion-hot-sale/ ICYMI - Mid-Michigan CFUG - John Farrar is presenting on 13 ways to modernize with Vue 34/19/2022 - 7 pm eastern time.Learn everything that is new and how to transition to Vue 3.Meeting URL: https://bit.ly/3rwOxvq Recording Available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6nMoMO5o1oOnline ColdFusion Meetup - "Updating the Java underlying ColdFusion", with Charlie ArehartThursday, April 28, 20229:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTWith Java updates happening about quarterly (and one just last week), it's important that ColdFusion administrators and/or developers keep up to date on the Java version which underlies their CF (or Lucee) deployments. While the simplest question may seem to be "how do I do such an update, effectively" (and it really can be quite simple), there's a good bit more to updating the Java (aka jvm, jdk, jre) which underlies your CFML engine.In this session, veteran troubleshooter Charlie Arehart will share his experience helping people deal with this topic for many years, including:Considering, planning the jvm update (what jvm do you have, what can you update to, why should you?)Performing the jvm update (where to get it, how to install it, how to configure CF to use it)Avoiding various potential gotchas when updating the JVMHow to be made aware of new JVM versionsWhether you use CF or Lucee, deployed traditionally or via Commandbox (or even containers), most of the discussion will apply to you.https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/285508327/?response=3Ortus Webinar - April - cbSecurity: Passwords, Tokens, and JWTs with Eric PetersonApril 29th 202211:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)Learn how to integrate cbSecurity into your application whether you are using passwords, API tokens, JWTs, or a combination of all three!More Webinars: https://www.ortussolutions.com/events/webinars Hawaii ColdFusion Meetup Group - Using ColdFusion ORMs with Nick KwiatkowskiFriday, April 29, 20224:00 PM to 5:00 PM PDTThe ColdFusion language introduced the concept of ORM (Object Relation Mappings) to allow developers to be able to do database work without having to write database-dependent SQL.Nick Kwiatkowski is an adjunct professor at Michigan State University, a member of the Mid-Michigan CFUG, and Apache Foundation Member. His day job also includes managing the telecommunications platforms at MSU as well as managing a variety of applications on campus. He has been a ColdFusion developer for nearly 25 years and an instructor for 15.https://www.meetup.com/hawaii-coldfusion-meetup-group/events/285109975/ Online ColdFusion Meetup - “Code Reuse in ColdFusion - Is Spaghetti Code still Spaghetti if it is DRY?” with Gavin PickinThursday, May 12 20229:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTFind out the difference between DRY code and WET code, and what one is better, and more importantly, WHY.We write code once, but we read it over and over again, maintaining our code is 90% of the job... code reuse is our friend. You are already Re-using code, even if you didn't know you were.We'll learn about the different types of Code Reuse in ColdFusion, and the pros and cons of each.www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/285524970/ Adobe WorkshopsJoin the Adobe ColdFusion Workshop to learn how you and your agency can leverage ColdFusion to create amazing web content. This one-day training will cover all facets of Adobe ColdFusion that developers need to build applications that can run across multiple cloud providers or on-premiseICYMI - THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 202210:00 AM PDTAdobe ColdFusion TruthsMark Takatahttps://adobe-coldfusion-truths.meetus.adobeevents.com/TODAY - TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 20229:00 AM CETAdobe ColdFusion WorkshopDamien Bruyndonckx (Brew-en-dohnx) https://adobe-workshop-coldfusion.meetus.adobeevents.com/FREE :)Full list - https://meetus.adobeevents.com/coldfusion/ CFCasts Content Updateshttps://www.cfcasts.comJust ReleasedGavin Pickin - Publish Your First ForgeBox PackageMinimum Requirements for a Package https://www.cfcasts.com/series/publish-your-first-forgebox-package/videos/minimum-requirements-for-a-package What happens if your slug for your package isn't unique? https://www.cfcasts.com/series/publish-your-first-forgebox-package/videos/what-happens-if-your-slug-for-your-package-isn't-unique Coming SoonMore… Gavin Pickin - Publish Your First ForgeBox PackageConferences and TrainingDockerConMay 10, 2022Free Online Virtual ConferenceDockerCon will be a free, immersive online experience complete with Docker product demos , breakout sessions, deep technical sessions from Docker and our partners, Docker experts, Docker Captains, our community and luminaries from across the industry and much more. Don't miss your chance to gather and connect with colleagues from around the world at the largest developer conference of the year. Sign up to pre-register for DockerCon 2022!https://www.docker.com/dockercon/ US VueJS ConfFORT LAUDERDALE, FL • JUNE 8-10, 2022Beach. Code. Vue.Workshop day: June 8Main Conference: June 9-10https://us.vuejs.org/Adobe Developer Week 2022July 18-22, 2022Online - Virtual - FreeThe Adobe ColdFusion Developer Week is back - bigger and better than ever! This year, our experts are gearing up to host a series of webinars on all things ColdFusion. This is your chance to learn with them, get your questions answered, and build cloud-native applications with ease.Note: Speakers listed are 2021 speakers currently - check back for updateshttps://adobe-coldfusion-devweek-2022.attendease.com/registration/form THAT ConferenceHowdy. We're a full-stack, tech-obsessed community of fun, code-loving humans who share and learn together.We geek-out in Texas and Wisconsin once a year but we host digital events all the time.For a limited time all monthly THAT Online events are free and do not require a ticket to participate.Read more at: https://that.us/events/thatus/2022-5/ on THAT.There have webinars too https://that.us/activities/WISCONSIN DELLS, WI / JULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022A four-day summer camp for developers passionate about learning all things mobile, web, cloud, and technology.https://that.us/events/wi/2022/ Our very own Daniel Garcia is speaking there https://that.us/activities/sb6dRP8ZNIBIKngxswIt CF SummitIn person at Las Vegas, NV in October 2022!Official-”ish” dates:Oct 3rd & 4th - CFSummit ConferenceOct 5th - Adobe Certified Professional: Adobe ColdFusion Certification Classes & Testshttps://twitter.com/MarkTakata/status/1511210472518787073VueJS Forge June 29-30thOrganized by Vue School_The largest hands-on Vue.js EventTeam up with 1000s of fellow Vue.js devs from around the globe to build a real-world application in just 2 days in this FREE hackathon-style event.Make connections. Build together. Learn together.Sign up as an Individual or signup as a company (by booking a call)https://vuejsforge.com/Into The Box 2022Solid Dates - September 6, 7 and 8, 2022One day workshops before the two day conference!Early bird pricing available until April 30, 2022Call for Speakers - Extended until April 30, 2022https://forms.gle/HR1vQf2T5rs8yCZo9Conference Website:https://intothebox.orgInto the Box Latam 2022Tentative dates - Dec 1-2CFCampStill waiting as well.More conferencesNeed more conferences, this site has a huge list of conferences for almost any language/community.https://confs.tech/Blogs, Tweets, and Videos of the WeekLooking for more content, check out the other ColdFusion related PodcastsWorking Code Podcast https://workingcode.dev/ CF Alive https://teratech.com/podcast/ April 25, 2022 - Blog - Mark Takata - Adobe - Turning on NULL support in ColdFusion 2018+While playing around with booleans, I ended up running into some fun stuff(tm) having to do with NULL. As you might be aware, as of Adobe ColdFusion 2018, the framework has supported NULL values, but what you might not be aware of is that you can turn them on and off either globally (via the Administrator) or on a per-application level.https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2022/04/turning-on-null-support-in-coldfusion-2018/ April 26, 2022 - Blog - Ben Nadel - Considering The Separation Of Concerns When Invoking A Remote API In ColdFusionWhen dealing with a local database in ColdFusion, the levels of abstraction and the separations of concern feel somewhat second nature. Yes, I've wrestled with some irrational guilt over returning Query objects from my DAL (Data Access Layer); but, on balance, I love the query object's simplicity and power; and, returning it from the DAL makes life easy. Lately, however, I've had to start consuming some remote APIs (microservices). And, when it comes to making HTTP calls, the separation of concerns is less clear in my head - it seems that so much more can go wrong when consuming a remote API.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4254-considering-the-separation-of-concerns-when-invoking-a-remote-api-in-coldfusion.htmBen is essentially setting up a gateway to abstract getting the data so he can standardize what the service is receiving, so it shouldn't matter where the data is coming from.April 22, 2022 - Blog - Ben Nadel - ArraySlice() Has An Exponential Performance Overhead In Lucee CFML 126.96.36.199The other day, I tweeted about Lucee CFML struggling with a massive array. I had created a data-processing algorithm that was taking an array of user-generated data and splitting it up into chunks of 100 so that I could then gather some aggregates on that data in the database. Everything was running fine until I hit a user that had 2.1 million entries in this array. This was an unexpected volume of data, and it crushed the CFML server. 2.1M is a lot of data to my "human brain"; but, it's not a lot of data for a computer. As such, I started to investigate the root performance bottleneck; and, I discovered that the arraySlice() function in Lucee CFML 188.8.131.52 has a performance overhead that appears to increase exponentially with the size of the array.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4253-arrayslice-has-an-exponential-performance-overhead-in-lucee-cfml-5-3-8-201.htm @bdw429s just left a comment on the blog-post about .subList() as well. It looks crazy-fast! This seems like the fastest possible implementation.April 22, 2022 - Blog - Charlie Arehart - Updated - Solving problems calling out of CF via https, by updating JVMIf you're getting errors in calling out to https urls from CF, especially if it was working and now is not, you may NOT need to import a certificate, nor modify any jvm args. You may simply need to update the JVM that CF uses, as discussed in this post.https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2019/06/error-calling-cf-via-https-solved-updating-jvm/ 4/22/2022- Tweet - Brad Wood - Ortus Solutions - It sucks that CF engines still don't allow for CFCs to extend Java classesIt sucks that CF engines still don't allow for CFCs to extend Java classes. That prevents me from integrating with Java libraries like this one who don't allow interface implementations, but require abstract base class extension. https://github.com/bkiers/Liqp/issues/226 4/22/2022 - Tweet - Brad Wood - Ortus Solutions - native Java threading can't access application/session/request scopesOne of the missing pieces for CF devs using native Java threading is the inability of your code to access your application/session/request scopes. ColdBox works around this but we really need out of the box CF engine support! https://luceeserver.atlassian.net/browse/LDEV-3960 https://twitter.com/bdw429s/status/1517584339235745795https://twitter.com/bdw429s4/19/2022 - Blog - Charlie Arehart - New updates released for Java 8, 11, 17, and 18 as of Apr 2022New JVM updates have been released today (Apr 19, 2022) for the current long-term support (LTS) releases of Oracle Java, 8, 11, and 17, as well as the new interim update 18. (Note that prior to Java 9, releases of Java were known technically as 1.x, to 8 is referred to in resources below as 1.8.)The new updates are 1.8.0_331, (aka 8u331), 11.0.15, 17.0.3, and 18.0.1 respectively). And as is generally the case with these Java updates, most of them have the same changes and fixes.For more on them, including changes as well as the security and bug fixes they each contain, see the Oracle resources I list below, as well as some additional info I offer for if you may be skipping to this from a JVM update from before Apr 2021. I also offer info for Adobe ColdFusion users on where to find the updated Java versions, what JVM versions Adobe CF supports, and more.https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2022/4/19/java_updates_Apr_2022 CFML JobsSeveral positions available on https://www.getcfmljobs.com/Listing over 75 ColdFusion positions from 43 companies across 36 locations in 5 Countries.2 new job listedFull-Time - Mid/Senior CFML Developer at Cleveland, OH - United States Apr 22https://www.getcfmljobs.com/viewjob.cfm?jobid=11462Full-Time - Senior ColdFusion/Lucee Engineer (Remote) at Remote - United States Apr 19https://www.getcfmljobs.com/viewjob.cfm?jobid=11461 Other Job LinksOrtus Solutionshttps://www.ortussolutions.com/about-us/careers Consortium Inchttps://www.dice.com/jobs/detail/-/10183574/7322396 There is a jobs channel in the box team slack now tooForgeBox Module of the WeekCBMailServices PreMail FilterThis is a tool that fires on the PreMail interception point, allowing you to filter emails being sent from your application using CBMailServices.This supports multiple enviromnents, so you can turn on the filter for just one environment, or multiple environments, and you can choose to override the global settings, with settings for just one environment, whether that is allowed email addresses, or required email addresses.https://www.forgebox.io/view/cbmailservices-premail-filter VS Code Hint Tips and Tricks of the WeekDepot Data Editor by Afterschool StudioStructured data editor for VS Code - Edit JSON data directly inside of code with a spreadsheet like interface. Can be used to replace the need for .csv or XML filesExtension: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=afterschool.depot Bonus VS Code Livestream Recording - JSON Data in VS Code with Depot Extension
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo con el Coach Carlos Morales el martes 26 de abril de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Índice de segmentos del episodio: > Repaso de los juegos de la noche anterior… BOS 116 - 112 BKN (los Celtics barren la serie 4-0) TOR 103 - 88 PHI (los Sixers siguen con ventaja, ahora 3-2) UTH 77 - 102 DAL (los Mavs aventajan 3-2) > Ja Morant elegido Jugador de mayor progreso. > Estrellas en la banca y fuera de las rotaciones. > ¿Desaparecen los pivots? > Análisis del desempeño de Steve Nash en la temporada. > El historial de Ben Simmons en su carrera. ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
This week Randall Jacobs sits down with Fort Bragg, CA Sculptor and trail builder Nick Taylor to discuss the intersection of cycling and art. Episode Sponsor: The Feed Support the Podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Nick Taylor [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week, I'm going to kick it back over to my co-host Randall Jacobs for a little something different for ya. Randall's interviewing sculptor trail builder and Mendocino cycling stalwart, Nick Taylor in an exploration on how the bike became interwoven in one artist's life Before I pass the mic over to Randall. I need to thank this. Week's sponsor the feed. The feed is the largest online marketplace for sports nutrition. They've got all your favorite sports, nutrition brands in one place. If you've developed an affinity like I have for certain brands. You can hop on over to the feed and mix and match. So you get everything you need in one delivery. I was just visiting the feed.com before recording this intro and I remembered in addition to all the nutritional brands that they carry, they also carry a wide variety of training gear. You might remember a couple episodes back when we were focusing on recovery. We talked about foam rollers. We talked about Sarah guns. We talked about pneumatic leg compression tools. 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[00:02:26] Randall: Nick, I've been looking forward to this conversation for some time welcome to the podcast. [00:02:31] Nick: Well, thank you. Thanks for having me on Randall. [00:02:34] Randall: So before we dive in, let's give listeners a bit of background. Who are you, where are you from? What matters to you? [00:02:40] Nick: My name's Nick Taylor. I'm up here in Fort Bragg, California. That's about 180 miles north of San Francisco along the coast, fairly remote area. I'm a sculptor and a big bike bicycle advocate, as well as running a trail crew building trails out here in the Mendocino coast. [00:03:00] Randall: Yeah. And as somebody who has been to your workshop, I can say well, one, the area is quite beautiful and to the space in which you create some of the things that we'll be talking about and linking to in the notes. So it's a pretty special place. So tell us a bit about your, relationship to the bicycle. How did it get started? How has it evolved over time? [00:03:20] Nick: Well, you know, I think we all probably started riding Pikes when we were kids. And I certainly did that on a gravel road and in rural Ohio. So I had some experience as a kid and there was a big lapse and it wasn't until I was in my early twenties that I picked the bicycle back up and started to use it again. And that was a. I had, I don't know what really, what the impetus was for getting back on a bike, but I wanted to do some exploring and I guess that just seemed like a good way to go about it. And I bought myself a an old Schwinn Latour for 80 bucks and a. I was staying with my grandmother at that point up in Ohio. And I started doing some riding in the rides, you know, slowly became longer and longer. And I, I decided, well, you know what, I want to go do some tour. And so that led to a bit, a little, a little bit of touring on that the tour prior to graduate school, back in the early eighties. [00:04:15] Randall: So tell us about some of the early tours. What was that like? [00:04:18] Nick: Well, it was prepping to go to graduate school and really wanted to get out in between visiting one school and another, and I bought a gray ham pass. It was good for 30 days and pulled the map of the U S out and closed my eyes. And. Put my finger down on wherever it game. And, and the first place was I got out in south Kadoka, South Dakota at a midnight at a gas station and you know, road the next day through, you know, from Kadoka through the Badlands and into a rapid city. And I didn't have a particularly good experience in rapid city. So I pulled the map out again, close my eyes and finger another place on the map. Got out and Shelby Montana and had a great time from there. So, you know, a ride from Shelby across the Rocky mountains and through glacier national park, which was just extraordinary. And then down to Spokane Washington, at which point I had to create my bike up and had had to Davis, California to go look at the school there. [00:05:23] Randall: Oh, wow. So that was essentially coming off after a month of kind of dirt bagging camping out, or what were your, what were your accommodations along the route? [00:05:33] Nick: I mean, everything. Everything I needed was on the bike, [00:05:37] Randall: so, you found a shower before you had your interview. [00:05:40] Nick: Yup. Knock some of the stink off. [00:05:43] Randall: So now you're in Davis and this is a program in what area? [00:05:48] Nick: So it was a MFA program, for a master of fine arts graduate school. It was back in the early eighties and I don't know where it is now, but, it was a leading school for the arts. It rivaled Dal our graduate department. And so it was, I got there and they had a very open format, which I much enjoyed everything I was looking at on the east coast was a very structured format. And I was done with that. I'd had five years of that at the university of Tennessee. And I was mostly just looking for studio. And that's what I got in Davis. And I also got to be around people that were pretty well renowned, you know, which was a new experience for me. I mean, I had people like manual Neary and Robert artisan and Wayne Tebow and Roy deforest were all teaching there. So I got exposure to all these professional artists that I had experienced before. [00:06:43] Randall: And was the writing community as developed then as it is now, right now, Davis is very much known as having great bike infrastructure. And UC Davis has a top cycling team and so on. [00:06:54] Nick: It was definitely a big thing there. Vibe culture was big and Davis and. And that was a new thing too. I mean, most people, certainly all the students. And I think back then there were 16,000 students, they were getting around and bikes. And that was very cool. And there was a lot of road biking going on out there too, which I participated in, you know, I got myself a Miata. I forget what model it was. It was there a touring bike, which is a pretty nice bike though. When I was buying it, it was the first new bike I'd ever had. And the guys kept telling me it was too big. A frame is too big, a frame it's like, I, I didn't listen to them. Should have, but you know, I wrote it for a number, number of years Anthony. Okay. But I realized in hindsight it was, it was too big. From there. I moved to the east bay and lived in Oakland and point Richmond primarily. I mean, there were the little stints in San Francisco and Berkeley, but primary residents were in point Richmond and Oakland. [00:07:52] Randall: what was it like back then versus what it's like at this time, [00:07:56] Nick: Well, there weren't as many people and it was a little cheaper to live, you know, and as an artist, you're always trying to live on the cheap, right. So, I mean, your goal is to, to be in your studio as much as you can and work as you have to, to cover your bills. So it was cheaper, you know, it wasn't, it wasn't as a fluid as it is now. You know, riding, riding, you know, it was entirely different than it was. And in Davis, everything out in Davis is flat land. The only thing you really had to contend with there was the wind which could be quite daunting at times though. Anytime you had the wind at your back If the conditions were just right, you'd be in this little envelope, this little bubble with the windier bath, where there was absolutely no resistance. And it was a remarkable thing to experience because the only thing you would hear is the pedaling, the chain moving through the cracks and across the cassette. And, and other than that, and there was no, no resistance. It just like you just flew across the landscape. And that was pretty extreme. didn't get to experience that when you were in Oakland, I mean, you had the Hills contend with and climbing up to, to a skyline drive and running her, riding the Ridge along through there, and certainly more traffic. [00:09:05] Randall: So, I recall you mentioning like over a decade in the bay area, [00:09:10] Nick: 20 years. Yeah. Was in the, in the, in the bay area for 20 years, it was a good experience. We had, when I was in point Richmond, we had a wonderful studio out there that was a live works situation. It was a, it was an illegal live in, you know, it. We're it was, it was such a stunning location. I mean, you were a seven acre parcel, surrounded by park on the San Francisco bay. That it was pretty extraordinary. It's just the kind of place you don't typically see in this day and age, you know, everything's been developed now, [00:09:44] Randall: Yeah. Hi, high end condos and lofts, [00:09:47] Nick: Yup. And so, you know, we, we lived there. It was one of my last places to stay. And the property was sold. The park system bought the property that we were living in and they wanted to incorporate it to the rest of the park. So we all got the boot and I didn't want it to be a renter anymore. I wanted to buy something. So threw a bit of searching. We found this place up here in Fort Bragg and made the move, even though we didn't know anybody. Yeah. [00:10:12] Randall: And that was just a parcel of land at the time, right? [00:10:15] Nick: That's true. It's it was small parcel, just over two and a half acres, fully wooded, which is what I really wanted to avoid. I really wanted to buy something I could remodel and at least have utilities in, you know, water and power, but we had nothing. It was a fully wooded property lot. And so amy, my wife and I, we spent a year of weekends coming up to the property from the bay area and logging the property ourself cleared about 200 trees. And some of these are pretty good sized trees. And we did that with an old forklift that I bought in an old international harvester that I had with a big PTO winch on the front. So we spent a year clearing clearing the land Then it's then it went idle for a little bit of the work. What idle for a little bit, as I was involved in a project down in the bay area that kept me, kept me tied up for a number of years. [00:11:05] Randall: Well, and that that's not just any project. So maybe give listeners a little bit of a background on that, on what that project was and your involvement with it. [00:11:13] Nick: This was this was a cloud gate. It's more commonly known as the bean. It's a big piece of sculpture in the city of Chicago. Which is now part of, part of their landscape icon to the city. It's a, it's a 60 foot long, roughly 35 foot high, 45 foot wide, perfectly smooth mirror finish sculpture that's in the shape of a bean or something like a beam. And that's, it's a pretty remarkable thing. So. I was involved with that for four and a half years first working on that on equipment we had to build for fabricating it and then doing some of the prototyping and then a lot of the fabrication of it. And then eventually back in Chicago for almost a year to see its installation and finish. [00:11:59] Randall: And for anyone who hasn't seen it, I strongly recommend that you use. Look it up. For me, it's just this really surreal thing, just plopped in this park in Chicago, reflecting the skyline. It almost looks like CGI because it's too perfect. Given the scale of the thing. And you and I have talked about the tolerances involved and so on and like, think about just the weight of it and how that dis wants to distort the structure and the material. What was your role specifically? You were the crew lead or the project lead? [00:12:27] Nick: Onsite, I would have been the supervisor overseeing all of its installation and it was working in Chicago with the local iron workers ironworker 63, local 63, which is great group of fellows. I very much enjoyed working with them. And you know, this, the bean was, was a prototype. It was like nobody had ever had ever built anything like that. And it was a combination of old world in hands-on kind of technology and computer generated. Imagery, you know, it's just like, you couldn't do it without being able to work with the hands, but you couldn't have done it without a computer because of all the tolerances that were involved. I mean, we had to have a computer set up a piece of equipment that would scan each piece and make sure it was. tolerance of what the computer model was and the tolerance for each piece is like a 32nd vintage. So, you know, and then you have 168 of those to put together and, the tolerances are, are no less stringent. [00:13:24] Randall: Well, and you have this thing that's mirror polished. So It doesn't just have to look good on its own. This mirror Polish is going to reveal any sort of imperfection in the surface whatsoever and distort the image. [00:13:35] Nick: It absolutely does, and reflecting the skyline the city scape, you know, with all the structures that are running plumbing, horizontal that grid work shows up shows any sort of mistake in the reflection on the piece. [00:13:50] Randall: I hope to make it out there in person at some point before, too long to, to check it out, but just seeing the imagery in some videos of it, it's it's quite an achievement, I mean, it's one thing to design such a thing and imagine such a thing, but, this So. much about the execution of that, that is really a wonder, so well done there. And that's not the only large scale sculpture you've been involved with. That is a, probably a pretty well-known there's, there's another one that was outside the mountain bike hall of fame for some time. You know, I talk about that and how that came about. [00:14:20] Nick: Sure. So that's still there and that's, that's something that's sort of. You know, back in 2011, up here on the coast, we were trying to have a little put together a little fat tire festival to sort of open up the area to people from surrounding areas. Let them know that we have some trail riding up here. There was some stuff happening in the way of mountain biking and. Someone asked me to build some signage for this, for, you know, to put out there to advertise this. And you know, I'm a sculptor, right. I don't do flat stuff. So I've sort of scratched my head for a few days and wandered around the property. And, you know, I realized I had these two big tractor tires sitting here off of a John Deere tractor. And I thought, you know what? I'll just make a big bike. I mean, that, that works is advertising as well as anything. And at that point, I was riding, riding, riding Ibis mojo when their carbon full suspension bikes. And I thought I just modeled well model the big one after that. So, you know, I, I I took a photo of the bike and put it on an opaque projector. Proper scale on the walls here and to lay out of the frame and transferred that to a piece of plywood and cut that out and started building to that frame. And slowly went at it. So, and it was through working on this thing, you know, and I got to know many of the people over at Ibis and my wife, again, Amy, my wife, she contacted Scott nickel. And send him some photos, which I knew he was like, great. I got some bone heads out here in the woods that think they're making sort of an Ibis bike. Right. And because a photo shows two big tractor tires will apply with cutout out the frame and it's like, okay, what are these knuckle heads up to? And but she continued to communicate with them and, you know, send them photos as updates and, and you know, as I. Nearing completion in this thing, he thought, okay, maybe this is actually going to turn out to be something kind of cool and tail end of me working on. And it's called Ibis Maximus tail end of working on IVIS Maximus. Scott asked me one day, it's like, so Nick, what's your day job that, you know, you're able to do this. And at that point I just sent him a photo of the bean and he's like, oh, Okay, carry on. So anyhow, it was through making this big bike that I got to know Scott, and then then many of the other partners down there in Ibis, in Santa Cruz. So all of which are a great bunch of people. So I've been very fortunate to get to know them. [00:17:03] Randall: And how did it end up at the mountain bike hall of fame in fairfax, California. [00:17:07] Nick: were trying to figure out where to put it. It must've been Scott cause IVIS eventually bought it, cause it was sitting up here, not really doing anything. It was sort of lawn art and I believe it was probably Scott that was looking to place it. And, of course he knows all the old guard down there and, and Fairfax and. Joe breeze who runs the place is, you know, he, I believe he mentored Scott for a little while, early on, so they, they know one another. And so I think Scott set this up and, then segwayed over to Joe breeze. [00:17:41] Randall: So, as somebody who runs a small bicycle brand, I can just say like what a cool, that must be to actually have one of your bikes, especially something very iconic. Like that's a very distinctive looking frame. If some bozo in the woods, up in Mendocino county ever wants to make a, make a giant version of one of our bikes. I'd be happy to oblige, wink, wink, nudge, nudge, [00:18:04] Nick: Okay. I'll keep that mind. [00:18:06] Randall: So, all right, so now you're, you're in Mendocino. You've come back from doing the bean. You've cleared your lands. What'd you end up doing from there? [00:18:14] Nick: So back from Chicago foundations in, from the house by then, I mean, it'd been in maybe a couple of years by that point, came back and, and started building our house and studio and earnest. And our house and studio are actually two old temper frame barns that we dismantled back in Ohio. There were a hundred plus years old. They're all Morrison, tenon, wooden pegs, holding them together. Something we had. Going back in 2000 and dismantled in Ohio. [00:18:43] Randall: And when you say we, you mean like you and your family? Yeah. [00:18:46] Nick: yeah, Amy and my kids who were 12 and 14 at that point. And, and then Amy's parents and her brother came out for a week and I had a good friend of mine. That came out with his new girlfriend from Manhattan to kind a hand for a week. And then I had a buddy that, that we paid to come out there for the three weeks that it actually took us to dismantle this. So that was a great project. I had a lot of fun and for my kids, it was the first time for them being back in the Midwest and it's sort of familiar stomping grounds to me, you know, I'm not from that particular. We, where we dismantled the Barnes, but I am from Northeast Ohio and the lightening bugs were all off familiar. My kids got to see that sort of stuff and they got to play with fireworks for the first time. [00:19:29] Randall: And again you know, the space up there is one of the more special spaces I've ever visited. You have me up there, I think three, four years ago. And. The home is beautiful and that's one of the bonds. Right. And then the back section of the workshop it makes me think of Craig Cathy's. South of Santa Cruz or in the Santa Cruz area it's another one of these places where you just have tools and projects everywhere and it has a certain degree of organization, but a sufficient amount of, of, of chaos. And you can tell it's, it's like a place where a lot of experimentation happens. A lot of creativity happens. And just the number of specialized tools that you have many of which you've made, it's really, really cool to see. And you occasionally hold exhibits up there too, right? [00:20:10] Nick: Open studio from time to time. And I'm hoping to do that again this year. If COVID actually is settling down, you're going to open the place back up again. So got lots of new work going on and it's good to invite people in, let them see the work that I'm working on, but also let them see the space that it's actually created in too, because I think that that puts a different spin on things and it gives people a little more insight to what's going on. [00:20:34] Randall: Yeah. And in fact, there's a, you have a video on. your website now, remind me the URL for your. [00:20:40] Nick: So website is jnicktaylor.com. Instagram is a good place to see what's what's current and it's the same, same J Nick Taylor. [00:20:49] Randall: Well, the website does have this really nice video that shows you and your studio working on some of your pieces. And then there's a number of your pieces. Put on a. Pan so that you can get a 3d view of it and you work in different various materials, metal, and wood. You work on things that can fit. What are your smaller pieces and what are your bigger pieces and talk actually, lets you do that. Talk a bit about like the type of work that you do and the inspiration for it. [00:21:17] Nick: So I'm working in metal or wood. I rarely combined the two materials. So my studio is kind of divided up in half. One, ended up doing metalwork on the other end. I'm doing woodwork in all the pieces. These days are pretty much inspired by nature. You know, my act or environment, they don't necessarily make reference to any one, given any one given thing. But probably a lot of different elements of what one might experience if they were out in nature. So the work is pretty organic. The metal work I'm, I'm doing a lot of welding forging grinding to get the shapes. Their scale can range anywhere from about two feet in height to I'm working on something right now it's about seven feet. So some, you know, some stuff's tabletop and size. So other pieces are certainly floor standing pieces. Larger, you know, largest wood pieces. I mean, what pieces. I'll tend to be a little larger. You know, they stand for, you know, maybe four feet up to about nine feet. They also are very organic, but some of them are carved from single pieces of wood. And other pieces are a composite of pieces that are glued up and then carved back into. So all of them are very in a hands-on very labor intensive. I'm getting three to four pieces done a year, a larger piece, whether it be metal or wood can take me 10 months to a year alone to work on so that a lot of hand work. And I've just, haven't figured out a way to expedite that. You know, I keep looking, keep trying to figure out ways to move faster, but it always seems to come back to hand work. [00:22:56] Randall: Well, And just looking on some of the imagery, I've seen a few of these pieces in person, and there are pieces that are very clearly flowing with the contours of the wood that you're working with, but then there's also some vision that's imposed on it to some degree as well. Some of your metalwork, there's pieces that for me, looked like, contorted musical instruments and every angle tells a different story and evokes a different set of feelings and images . It's very abstract. And very interesting. Looking at your work, it really draws one in to explore it from different angles. [00:23:30] Nick: And that's really important. You know, when I was a kid and in school art school, one of the things that was hammered into me was, any given piece of sculpture should invite you to walk all the way around it and explore it. You shouldn't be able to stand on one side of it and know what's happening on the other side. So it should shift and change and draw you in and draw you around the given piece. [00:23:53] Randall: So let's bring the bike back into the conversation. How does the bike fit into your process or your day to day or week to week routine? [00:24:04] Nick: So, these days unfortunate enough to be in the studio four days a week, full time on interrupted. But I can only be in the studio for those four days. And then I'm like maxed out, I can't put any more time in, I've got to put my head in a different space. And so I spent two days on the bike, out in the woods. So here in Fort Bragg Mendocino area, we've got, we've got really nice trail system. And then we also have unlimited number of gravel roads. I mean, much of our mountain biking is in Jackson demonstration, state forest. If I'm not mistaken, they have a minimum of 300 miles of gravel road in there. Right. And then there are all these entities that bought up against Jackson's demonstration state forest. You have big river state park, you've got conservation fund. And then north of Jackson, you have lime timber now, lime timber and conservation fund land. You have to have permission to be on their property. But I think, conservation fund certainly gives that pretty readily and I've never heard of anybody having an issue on online timber and lime timber is 150,000 acres. Right? Jackson demonstrations state forest is, is just under 50,000 acres, big river state park is like 7,500 acres and conservation fund. Maybe I'm mistaken, but I think there are 30 to 40,000 acres. In all of these places have gravel roads running around on them. Right. I'm sure you could chain this stuff all together and, and get up into use hall, which is about an hour north of here. And, and, you've got unlimited resource up there for variety and gravel roads as well. [00:25:43] Randall: And you're involved in a lot of the trail building up there as well. [00:25:46] Nick: That's my, the form of sculpting. Sculpting the landscape since I've been a little kid was a little kid and working out doors it's part of my core as part of what I really love doing. So I it's like I run a trail crew up here work in, and we're building, maintaining and building trails and Jackson demonstration, state forest. And we're doing that in conjunction with Cal fire and Cal fire are the Stewart's the managers of the forest. So we've got a 10 year relationship that we've developed with them and And it's going strong. You know, we've currently got some projects going. Everything these days is being hand dug though. Two years ago we had had a new experience with getting some trails machine belt and we got to two and a quarter mile trail machine built that we were able to lay out and, and. Through a sponsor, a one track mind, better known as OTM who funded it. We were able to build this new trail that connected a bunch of other stuff together and made for a better trail system. [00:26:46] Randall: So, for listeners, you want to explore this area, want to learn more about it and get a toe in the water, what resources are available, what clubs are available to get a handle on what you're describing, which is this massive amount of space that you could very easily get lost in and not necessarily find the best trails [00:27:05] Nick: So the trail work that I'm doing is, is under or with Mendocino coast, cyclists, where the local cycle group. I could be contacted through them or the club president, Dan sweet could be contacted and we can set you up, we can be found on Facebook under Mendocino coast, cyclists. That's probably the easiest way. I'm sort of thinking this through. I'm thinking out loud. And we have group rides, so that have been closed during COVID, but I think they're beginning to open those back up and people can join these group rides and they typically are happening three times a week, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. But we also, there's a list serve if you're a club member, this is probably the best way to get any sort of information is if you join the club you can get on a listserv and you can get all the chatter that's going on and you get notifications of rides. You can ask questions if you're trying to find, find your way around for the first time. [00:27:58] Randall: Very cool. so before we finish up, you've mentioned your wife, Amy and, you know, sounds like a pretty extraordinary woman to have supported, everything from buying a plot of land in the middle of nowhere, well, not the middle of nowhere in a very beautiful area, but, a good distance from the city to going out with you and the kids and, tearing down some barns and so on. Tell us about that dynamic. [00:28:21] Nick: Well, Amy's a pretty extraordinary person and she's been game to go on a lot of adventures, and are adventures that we've developed together. She's a brilliant person. She's very capable. She tolerates me. She has her own business, a land use permit agent up here on the coast. She's the go-to person. If you wanted to develop anything in the coastal zone [00:28:43] Randall: Clearly cares about the work that you do in doing things like, reaching out to people like Scott Nichols over at IBUs to get attention on your projects and so on. [00:28:51] Nick: Yep. [00:28:52] Randall: Well, is there anything else that you'd like to discuss while we're on the pod today? [00:28:55] Nick: I think that pretty well, does it, I mean, please, please visit the website and Instagram and let me know what you think. And if you happen to be up this way and Mendocino Fort Bragg area, give a shout out. So we love showing people around and the riding up here is pretty extraordinary. And if you want to, you know, if you like being out in the woods, doing mountain biking, you can, you can go for all day rides and not see anybody up here at all. You know, if you're riding during the week, which is pretty extraordinary to have the woods to yourself. [00:29:25] Randall: Yeah, I can definitely relate to that. Well, we will be sure to get some links in the show notes for this episode, for anyone looking to connect with you or to learn more about the Mendocino trail network. Nick, it's been great catching up with you. It's been some time and as I mentioned, I had been looking forward to it for quite a while and really appreciate you joining us. [00:29:45] Nick: Well, thank you very much for having me on Randall. And it says really nice and it's good to spend a little time with you as well. Don't see you often enough these days. [00:29:54] Randall: we'll try to rectify that later on this year, make a trip up the coast. [00:29:58] Nick: Alrighty you take care of man. [00:30:00] Randall: Be well be well [00:30:01] Craig Dalton: That's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. Thank you for joining us. I hope you enjoyed that interview. Between Randall and Nick Taylor. Be sure to check out Nick's extraordinary email@example.com. Or on Instagram at Jane, Nick Taylor. We'll have links for these as well as the IVIS Maximus and cloud gate in the show notes. If you're interested in connecting with myself or Randall, please visit firstname.lastname@example.org. 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Joey P., Matt, Andrew, and Sigmund Bloom (Footballguys) perform their final first-round NFL mock draft! Listen in to hear their analysis on each and every pick. Sponsors: Magic Spoon - Magic Spoon offers tasty, healthy cereal that cuts down on sugar and carbs. Go to magicspoon.com/fantasypros and use our promo code FANTASYPROS at checkout to get $5 off. NordVPN - NordVPN is the world's fastest VPN. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN deal by going to nordvpn.com/fantasypros to get up a huge discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + 1 additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Timestamps: 1.1 - JAC - 0:04:26 1.2 - DET - 0:05:35 1.3 - HOU - 0:06:58 1.4 - NYJ - 0:09:07 1.5 - NYG - 0:10:27 1.6 - CAR - 0:11:11 1.7 - NYG - 0:12:55 1.8 - ATL - 0:13:39 1.9 - SEA - 0:15:58 1.10 - NYJ - 0:17:50 1.11 - WAS - 0:19:31 1.12 - MIN - 0:20:44 1.13 - HOU - 0:22:00 1.14 - BAL - 0:23:06 1.15 - PHI - 0:24:42 1.16 - NO - 0:27:42 1.17 - LAC - 0:28:18 1.18 - PHI - 0:29:46 1.19 - NO - 0:31:35 1.20 - PIT - 0:32:10 1.21 - NE - 0:34:39 1.22 - GB - 0:35:48 1.23 - ARI - 0:39:06 1.24 - DAL - 0:40:54 1.25 - BUF - 0:42:07 1.26 - TEN - 0:45:20 1.27 - TB - 0:47:04 1.28 - GB - 0:47:59 1.29 - KC - 0:48:58 1.30 - KC - 0:50:02 1.31 - CIN - 0:53:29 1.32 - DET - 0:54:39
Jsou peníze nutnou součástí spokojenosti? Kde jinde brát dlouhodobé životní naplnění a pocit smysluplnosti? A jak nám v tom mohou pomoci koncepty jako je osvícení, bůh, nirvána či psychedelika? Hostem DEEP TALKS LIVE byl Václav Dejčmar a Otec Šebestián. Otec Šebestián je františkánský mnich, v Moravské Třebové se mnoho let staral o 60 lidí bez domova, propuštěných trestanců a sociálně nejslabších a pomáhal jim navrátit se do života. Seznámili jsme se, když získal cenu Laskavec. Václav Dejčmar je miliardář, mezi jeho projekty patří například investiční skupina RSJ, centrum moderního umění DOX, film I am fishead o korporátních psychopatech, film Bufo Alvarius o halucinogenní žábě, jako producent se podílel na filmu Havel či vybudoval jeden z nejluxusnějších rezortů na světě Zuri Zanzibar. Odkazy: - Konference Leadership 2022 (kód PETR30): https://www.leadership-konference.cz/ - Další díl Deep Talks LIVE: https://live.deeptalks.cz/
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el lunes 25 de abril de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA e informando sobre las noticias de la jornada. Análisis de juegos de la jornada anterior: GSW 121 - 126 DEN (GSW aventaja 3-1) MIL 119 - 95 CHI (MIL aventaja 3-1) MIA 110 - 86 ATL (MIA aventaja 3-1) PHX 103 - 118 (serie empatada 2-2) Previas de los partidos del día: BOS (3) en BKN (0) TOR (1) en PHI (3) UTH (2) en DAL (2) ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Audio del Streaming en vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el sábado 23 de abril de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA. Los partidos de la noche anterior: Atlanta derrota a Miami con una flotadora de Trae Young y descuenta en la serie, Milwaukee no hace caso a la ausencia de Middleton y aplasta a los Bullas en Chicago para tomar la ventaja 2-1, y los Suns hacen lo propio con los Pelicans en New Orleans sin contar con Devin Booker (Phoenix se pone 2-1). Además, las noticias de la jornada y las previas de los juegos de esa jornada de sábado: PHI en TOR, DAL en UTH, BOS en BKN y MEM en MIN. ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Audio del Streaming en Vivo que Álvaro Martín hizo el jueves 21 de abril de 2022 analizando los Playoffs de la temporada 2021-22 de la NBA. Los partidos de la noche anterior: Boston se pone 2-0 con gran triunfo sobre Brooklyn, Philadelphia necesita jugar la prórroga sin Harden (seis faltas) para ponerse 3-0 tras ganar en Toronto, y soberbia actuación de DeRozan lleva a los Bulls a ganar en Milwaukee e igualar la serie 1-1. Además, la opinión de Álvaro acerca de la serie sobre los Lakers de los ochenta ”Winning time”, las noticias de la jornada, y las previas de los juegos de esa jornada de jueves: MEM en MIN, DAL en UTH y GSW en DEN. ¡Síguenos y suscríbete! - Ritmo NBA Canal de YouTube: bit.ly/2ECwwGh Twitter: bit.ly/3gq4cV7 Instagram: bit.ly/31ugLdH Facebook: bit.ly/3aUoRPX
Joey P., Derek, Andrew, and Scott run through a three-round NFL mock draft! Listen in to find out who your favorite team is grabbing and hear what we have to say about every major skill player. Sponsors: Manscaped - Manscaped is #1 in men's below the belt grooming. They offer precision engineered tools for your family jewels. Get 20% off and free shipping with the code JOEYP at Manscaped.com Pristine Auction - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter registration code "FantasyPros" when you sign up to receive a free $5 credit. Timestamps: 1.1 - JAC - 0:03:42 1.2 - DET - 0:04:19 1.3 - HOU - 0:05:10 1.4 - NYJ - 0:06:09 1.5 - NYG - 0:07:01 1.6 - CAR - 0:07:51 1.7 - NYG - 0:08:39 1.8 - ATL - 0:09:47 1.9 - SEA - 0:10:32 1.10 - NYJ - 0:11:45 1.11 - WAS - 0:13:23 1.12 - MIN - 0:13:52 1.13 - HOU - 0:14:35 1.14 - BAL - 0:15:05 1.15 - PHI - 0:15:39 1.16 - NO - 0:16:13 1.17 - LAC - 0:16:27 1.18 - PHI - 0:17:13 1.19 - NO - 0:17:56 1.20 - PIT - 0:18:28 1.21 - NE - 0:21:13 1.22 - GB - 0:22:02 1.23 - ARI - 0:22:39 1.24 - DAL - 0:23:20 1.25 - BUF - 0:23:45 1.26 - TEN - 0:24:21 1.27 - TB - 0:25:03 1.28 - GB - 0:25:52 1.29 - KC - 0:26:21 1.30 - KC - 0:27:01 1.31 - CIN - 0:27:47 1.32 - DET - 0:28:29 2.2 - DET - 0:31:36 2.5 - HOU - 0:32:59 2.11 - ATL - 0:34:33 2.20 - PIT - 0:37:28 2.26 - ATL - 0:40:24 2.27 - GB - 0:42:02 3.3 - NYG - 0:44:37 3.6 - JAC - 0:46:07 3.7 - CHI - 0:46:56 3.8 - SEA - 0:47:55 3.9 - IND - 0:49:10 3.14 - CLE - 0:50:20 3.16 - HOU - 0:51:50 3.17 - NYG - 0:52:33 3.20 - PIT - 0:54:25 3.21 - NE - 0:55:30 3.25 - BUF - 0:56:34 3.26 - TEN - 0:57:26 3.27 - TB - 0:58:18 3.30 - KC - 0:59:38 3.32 - DEN - 1:00:09 3.34 - NO - 1:01:27 3.35 - CLE - 1:02:35 3.41 - SF - 1:04:05
Joey P., Derek, Matt, and Scott Bogman (FantasyPros Dynasty Football Podcast & In This League) make their way through another packed two-round NFL mock draft! Listen in and check out who your favorite team is taking. Sponsors: Wealthfront - The secret to Wealthfront's performance is great software — it's built to make it easy, rewarding, and — yes — even delightful to build your long-term wealth. To start building your wealth, and get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to wealthfront.com/FantasyPros Pristine Auction - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter registration code "FantasyPros" when you sign up to receive a free $5 credit. Timestamps: 1. JAC - 0:01:58 2. DET - 0:02:50 3. HOU - 0:03:45 4. NYJ - 0:04:36 5. NYG - 0:05:10 6. CAR - 0:05:49 7. NYG - 0:06:59 8. ATL - 0:07:55 9. SEA - 0:08:35 10. NYJ - 0:09:22 11. WAS - 0:10:51 12. MIN - 0:11:31 13. HOU - 0:12:31 14. BAL - 0:13:24 15. PHI - 0:14:17 16. NO - 0:15:09 17. LAC - 0:17:01 18. PHI - 0:18:01 19. NO - 0:18:53 20. PIT - 0:19:38 21. NE - 0:20:22 22. GB - 0:21:11 23. ARI - 0:24:22 24. DAL - 0:24:51 25. BUF - 0:26:00 26. TEN - 0:27:31 27. TB - 0:28:01 28. GB - 0:29:24 29. KC - 0:30:41 30. KC - 0:31:53 31. CIN - 0:33:14 32. DET - 0:34:42 33. JAC - 0:37:17 34. DET - 0:38:09 35. NYJ - 0:39:10 36. NYG - 0:39:57 37. HOU - 0:41:09 38. NYJ - 0:42:17 39. CHI - 0:43:00 40. SEA - 0:44:05 41. SEA - 0:45:03 42. IND - 0:46:12 43. ATL - 0:47:54 44. CLE - 0:49:53 45. BAL - 0:50:29 46. MIN - 0:52:01 47. WAS - 0:52:36 48. CHI - 0:53:24 49. NO - 0:54:22 50. KC - 0:54:54 51. PHI - 0:55:35 52. PIT - 0:56:31 53. GB - 0:58:06 54. NE - 0:59:35 55. ARI - 1:00:38 56. DAL - 1:01:56 57. BUF - 1:02:34 58. ATL - 1:03:13 59. GB - 1:04:40 60. TB - 1:05:08 61. SF - 1:05:58 62. KC - 1:07:35 63. CIN - 1:08:28 64. DEN - 1:09:33
Earnings season is here, and JPMorgan Chase is offering some “pessimistic optimism.” (00:22) Deidre Woollard and Jason Moser discuss: - How rising interest rates may affect mortgage lenders. - PayPal's CFO moving to Walmart. - A rebound for Delta Airlines. Running a double-blind study isn't easy. It's even tougher when the drug being tested is a psychedelic. (13:45) Emily Flippen and Meilin Quinn discuss the regulatory challenges psychedelic companies are facing, and if investors should jump into this growing trend. Stocks mentioned: DAL, WFC, JPM, PYPL, WMT, JNJ, CMPS, JAZZ, MNMD Link: 6 Psychedelic Stocks to Consider in 2022 | The Motley Fool Host: Deidre Woollard Guests: Jason Moser, Emily Flippen, Meilin Quinn Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Tim Sparks
Joey P., Derek, Pat, and Travis May (Rotoviz) embark on a two-round NFL mock draft! Listen all the way through Picks 1-64 to hear who your favorite team takes. Sponsors: Pristine Auction - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter registration code "FantasyPros" when you sign up to receive a free $5 credit. Magic Spoon - Magic Spoon offers tasty, healthy cereal that cuts down on sugar and carbs. Go to magicspoon.com/fantasypros and use our promo code FANTASYPROS at checkout to get $5 off. Timestamps: 1.1 - JAC - 0:03:31 1.2 - DET - 0:04:25 1.3 - HOU - 0:04:50 1.4 - NYJ - 0:05:47 1.5 - NYG - 0:06:49 1.6 - CAR - 0:07:34 1.7 - NYG - 0:09:11 1.8 - ATL - 0:09:44 1.9 - SEA - 0:10:46 1.10 - NYJ - 0:12:00 1.11 - WAS - 0:13:41 1.12 - MIN - 0:14:13 1.13 - HOU - 0:15:00 1.14 - BAL - 0:16:03 1.15 - PHI - 0:16:38 1.16 - NO - 0:17:27 1.17 - LAC - 0:18:38 1.18 - PHI - 0:19:30 1.19 - NO - 0:20:45 1.20 - PIT - 0:21:50 1.21 - NE - 0:25:31 1.22 - GB - 0:26:37 1.23 - ARI - 0:27:47 1.24 - DAL - 0:28:21 1.25 - BUF - 0:29:24 1.26 - TEN - 0:30:17 1.27 - TB - 0:31:06 1.28 - GB - 0:32:02 1.29 - KC - 0:33:05 1.30 - KC - 0:35:04 1.31 - CIN - 0:35:44 1.32 - DET - 0:36:24 2.1 - JAC - 0:38:49 2.2 - DET - 0:39:55 2.3 - NYJ - 0:40:46 2.4 - NYG - 0:41:31 2.5 - HOU - 0:42:21 2.6 - NYJ - 0:42:55 2.7- CHI - 0:43:42 2.8 - SEA - 0:44:19 2.9 - SEA - 0:44:52 2.10 - IND - 0:45:21 2.11 - ATL - 0:46:37 2.12 - CLE - 0:48:14 2.13 - BAL - 0:48:41 2.14 - MIN - 0:49:45 2.15 - WAS - 0:51:16 2.16 - CHI - 0:51:51 2.17 - NO - 0:52:36 2.18 - KC - 0:53:35 2.19 - PHI - 0:54:06 Buyers remorse? - 0:54:57 2.20 - PIT - 0:56:27 2.21 - GB - 0:56:49 2.22 - NE - 0:58:18 2.23 - ARI - 0:59:29 2.24 - DAL - 0:59:53 2.25 - BUF - 1:00:41 2.26 - ATL - 1:01:57 2.27 - GB - 1:02:23 2.28 - TB - 1:04:15 2.29 - SF - 1:05:04 2.30 - KC - 1:05:23 2.31 - CIN - 1:06:16 2.32 - DEN - 1:07:42 Which pick does Travis love the most for fantasy? - 1:10:19