“You get out what you put in,” says Dan Smith, of his experience onboarding a few virtual assistants(VA's) from MyOutDesk. Dan is the Operations Manager at ‘Modern Lending', a young but fast-growing mortgage company. He's a firm believer in investing your time and effort into something, or someone, to improve the results you expect in return. Basically, if your input is the bare minimum then your output will match it. That's one of the reasons Dan had no issue turning to us for a few virtual assistants to help his company with administrative work. Besides of course the positive word of mouth, proven track record, and competitive prices. If you need more help in your organization, learn how MyOutDesk can play a role in your business! Schedule your Double Your Business Strategy Session now! https://bit.ly/3kG8Ljt Here are some links to important info about MOD
Constrained discretion is held up as the reigning paradigm for central banks. But no matter how smart or well-intentioned central bankers are, discretionary policy contains information and incentive problems that make macroeconomic stability systematically unlikely. On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we'll hear a book panel discussion on "Money and the Rule of Law," written by Peter Boettke, Alexander Salter, and Daniel Smith. Salter presents the book's main argument for general, predictable rules to provide a sturdier foundation for economic growth and prosperity. He is joined on the panel by David Beckworth, Lawrence White, and Daniel Smith. The panel is moderated by Peter Boettke.
Jane is recognised as one of the art world's foremost authorities on colour and colour mixing. She teaches workshops on watercolour technique and has collaborated with Daniel Smith Artists' Materials to create the Ultimate Mixing Palette. She even has a colour named after her - Jane's Grey!Listen to hear more about:How to understand pigment characteristics and use them to your benefit in a painting.Pigment numbers and what they mean.Why watercolour is Jane's favourite medium.Jane's favourite colours for painting skies.How to customise your colour choices to reflect the colour palette in your particular part of the world. Working with triads to achieve colour harmony. The power of phthalo green as a mixing colour and what it can do.Jane's thoughts on primary colours.Colour families and their characteristics. Insights from Jane's course Mastering Watercolour.The Daniel Smith colour named after Jane.Jane's project to swatch every professional colour in the world.Jane's website (www.janeblundellart.com) and her blog (janeblundellart.blogspot.com) are invaluable resources for anyone who is interested in learning more about colour. Learn more about Jane's collaboration with Daniel Smith Artist' Materials to create the Ultimate Mixing Set. To accompany her palette, Jane has created a book called The Ultimate Mixing Palette: A world of colours. You can order the book as print-on-demand from Blurb.com.To take Jane's Mastering Watercolours course, click here.Jane mentioned the book Nature's Palette: A colour reference system for the natural world by Baty Patrick. Glossary of watercolour terms:Staining – Colours that absorb into the paper and are difficult to lift off once they are laid down. Non-staining – Colours that can easily be lifted off (with a clean brush or paper towel) after they have been laid down.Granulating – A textured effect that happens when certain coarse pigments settle into the grain of the watercolour paper.Non-granulating – Colours that have fine pigments and leave a smooth, untextured finish on the paper. Opaque – Watercolours that will cover a black line when used thickly.Transparent – Watercolours that will allow other colours to show through.Fugitive – Colours that fade or change over time. Pigment number – a number on the back of a watercolour tube which identifies the pigments used to create that colour. You can have single pigment colours or multiple pigment paints where several pigments are used to create the colour. -----------------Sign-up for Journaling With Nature's Newsletter to receive news and updates as well as the Nature Journaling Inspiration List each month! You can support Journaling With Nature Podcast on Patreon, Your contribution is deeply appreciated. Thanks for listening!
Daniel Smith, who teaches at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, spoke with us about what the history of public health and medicine can teach us about the current corona virus. He also shared his own personal experience of having his family infected with breakthrough COVID-19 (getting covid although fully vaccinated) and possible ways forward. image: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Do you have a business model? Is it written out? Has it changed at all? This episode gives some thought to business models in general but also the importance of having one if you are going to start a nerdy business or project. Our guest this week is Daniel Smith, who is an escape room expert and owns and operates a mail order puzzle business.Check out Puzzlingpackage.com and use code BUSINESSRPG at checkout for 20% off your order. Also go on there if you want to get in touch with Daniel about his work or anything we talk about in the interview.Follow my store hereBusiness RPG is a show where you can learn from successful nerds and find tools you need for your nerdy business/project. Follow me on Instagram @BuisnessRPG. Connect with me on Linkedin here. Email me email@example.comCOFFEE, COFFEE, COFFEE!!!!! Support the podcast and buy a bag of Coffee.https://shoproastedriches.com/pages/coffee-exe?ref=RPGMusic: NEW HORIZONS by Lesion X | https://soundcloud.com/lesionxbeatsMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_USb
Daniel Smith es un emprendedor que ayuda a empresas y personas a mejorar su inglés por medio del coaching. Su zona de genio es entender a sus clientes, proponiendo un plan a medida, entendiendo su motivación, sus objetivos, sus miedos, su contexto laboral, permitiéndole ofrecer un plan específico para su perfil y alcanzando las metas en su vida laboral. Como tip de éxito nos menciona que debemos estar flexibles ante el cambio. Suscribete y Visitanos en: www.RecetaDelExito.com Apple Podcast (iTunes): https://apple.co/2Igcnoh Listo para Crear tu Podcast? www.CursoDePodcastGratis.com Twitter Handle: @alexdalirizo Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/recetadelexito/ RDExito: http://recetadelexito.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexdalirizo/ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=508313&refid=stpr Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3cmJqVs
We are pleased to bring to you the June 2021 guest speaker at the Whitechapel Society: Daniel Smith, the author of The Peer and the Gangster: A Very British Cover-up. In July 1964, the Sunday Mirror ran a front-page story headlined: PEER AND A GANGSTER: YARD ENQUIRY. While the article withheld the names of the subjects, the newspaper reported that the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police had ordered an investigation into an alleged homosexual relationship between ‘a household name’ from the House of Lords and a leading figure in the London underworld. Lord Boothby was the Conservative lord in question, and Ronnie Kray the infamous gangster. Yet within a couple of weeks the story had been killed off, vanishing as suddenly as it had appeared. Lord Boothby and the Krays carried on with business as usual. For the first time the full saga of the cover-up and its consequences can be revealed. Drawing upon recently released MI5 files, government papers, extensive interviews, and a wide array of contemporary reports and secondary sources, Daniel Smith pieces together how eminent figures from the political firmament, the Security Service, the Metropolitan Police, the legal profession and the media saw to it that the Sunday Mirror’s story was crushed almost as soon as it emerged. https://www.thehistorypress.co.uk/publication/the-peer-and-the-gangster/9780750993296/ www.whitechapelsociety.com
As the country commemorates the Juneteenth holiday, we wanted to add some perspective to the significance of the day by looking back at the history of being black in America and the future. This week we'll talk to a living connection to our country's troubled racial history. Daniel Smith is the son of a slave. He'll share with us the stories he heard from his father, his perspective on the social movements that impact our world today, and his hopes for the future. We'll also be joined by Councilwoman Inez Barron, who, along with her husband, have been the leaders of a bill to conduct a study on how to determine reparations for black people in New York. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan Smith is an associate professor of economics at Middle Tennessee State University and directs the Political Economy Research Institute at MTSU. Alex Salter is an associate professor of economics at Texas Tech University. Dan and Alex join David on a special live episode of Macro Musings to discuss their new book, Money and the Rule of Law: Generality and Predictability in Monetary Institutions. Specifically, they discuss knowledge and incentive problems in setting monetary policy, what is meant by “rule of law,” how to make monetary policy accountable, centralized versus decentralized forms of digital currencies, thoughts on free banking, and much more. Transcript for the episode can be found here: https://www.mercatus.org/bridge/tags/macro-musings Alex's Twitter: @alexwsalter Alex's website: https://www.awsalter.com/ Alex's Free Market Institute profile: https://www.depts.ttu.edu/freemarketinstitute/people/salter.php Daniel's Twitter: @smithdanj1 Daniel's website: http://www.danieljosephsmith.com/about.html Daniel's MTSU profile: https://www.mtsu.edu/faculty/daniel-j-smith Related Links: *Seigniorage in a Cross-Section of Countries* by Reid W. Click https://www.jstor.org/stable/2601207 *Money and the Rule of Law: Generality and Predictability in Monetary Institutions* by Peter J. Boettke, Alexander William Salter, and Daniel J. Smith https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/money-and-the-rule-of-law/C825E982EDE5BD2BE41A99464DC885DB David's blog: macromarketmusings.blogspot.com David's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth
Two guest in a row! Daniel Smith joins the show this week with picks on hand: (19:26) Pladask Elektrisk - Draume (https://pladaskelektrisk.com/product/draume-2/) (24:40) Hacks (https://www.hbomax.com/series/urn:hbo:series:GYIBToQrPdotpNQEAAAEa) (30:05) J Cole - The Off-Season (https://open.spotify.com/album/4JAvwK4APPArjIsOdGoJXX?si=AoKR0LgzSFi3ZUNZQDDT1w) (34:39) Vast of Night (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEiwpCJqMM0) (41:35) Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli (http://www.numerogroup.com/products/wayfaring-strangers-guitar-soli) (46:38) Cyberpunk 2077 (https://www.cyberpunk.net/us/en/) Drinks! Adam - Uncle Nearest 1884 (https://unclenearest.com/1884-small-batch-whiskey/) Mike - Bombay Dry Gin and Q Tonic Kevin - Hitachino Nest White Ale (https://hitachino.cc/en/) Followup and Footnotes Music Break: Pa Salieu - Glidin' (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6Jg1jw9X7g) The Fifth Element (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fifth_Element) Friday (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friday_(1995_film)) Mitchells vs The Machines (https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_mitchells_vs_the_machines) What Had Happened Was (https://starburns.audio/podcasts/what-had-happened-was/) Matt Kindt (https://www.mattkindtshop.com/) Marvel Cinematic Universe (https://www.marvel.com/movies) Tobe Nwigwe - FYE FYE (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bncLxLrkW8A) Paddington 2 (https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/paddington_2)
Hold on to your flying horses and pack up that pixie dust, Next Level Sketch are back with a bumper episode of sketches set in the mysterious fantasy realm of Flark (you should have seen the other suggestions). Wizards! Adventurers! Pies! Our next live show is on 29th June at The Miller in London Bridge - just google / askjeeves Next Level Sketch or head to the Hoopla Impro website to secure tickets. We're very happy to say The Free Mondays are our guests for this show, even though it happens on a Tuesday. Season 3 Episode 7 of the Next Level Sketch podcast was written by Nadine Bailey, James Walsh, Flex Toomey, Paul Creasy, Ben Fortescue, Muireann Kelly, Jonas Jamarik, Luke Beahan, and Roderick Millar. It also featured the voices of Vic Dry, Sarit Wilson Chen, Manisha Patel, Mr Euan Brown, Angela Yaz, Phoebe Lewis, Daniel Smith, Greg Davies, Bella Nicholson, and Aron Tennant. SFX and music courtesy of zapsplat.com, incompetech and freesound.org. Jingles were by Greg Davies and James Walsh, with added vocals by Sarit Wilson Chen. The theme tune was written by James Walsh and performed by James Walsh and Rebecca Diez. No flying octopuses were inconvenienced in the making of this podcast.
June Bank Holiday weekend will be one of excitement for some businesses. On Monday, Pubs and cinemas will be among those allowed to throw open their doors to punters once again. We're joined by Charlene Lydon, from The Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin's Smithfield, and Daniel Smith, a bar man in Grogan's pub in Dublin's Castle Street.
How do we stop anti-science? In this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins to talk about religion, the importance of science communication, and Dawkins’ new book, Books Do Furnish a Life. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/combatting-anti-science-with-richard-dawkins/ Thanks to our Patrons Tariq Shureih, David Matthews, Jordna Sisinni, Bryan Paschal, Ivan Karpan, joann lovan, Joe Selmser, Robert Pierce, Ash (Æ), and Daniel Smith for supporting us this week. Photo Credit:NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), A. Nota (ESA/STScI), and the Westerlund 2 Science Team, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Daniel Smith about a new (free) app (called Transcend) for smartphones and tablets, created to support individuals who have survived mass trauma. Dr. Smith is the Director of Technology and Resources at the National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center at MUSC.
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Philip Ryan, Political Editor, Irish Independent, Daniel Smith, Grogan's Pub in Dublin, Danielle Kennedy, Irish Hairdressers Federation, Tara Fay, Wedding Planner, John Healy, General Manager of Suesey Street, Shane Dunne, Promoter and Events Producer based in Cork
April 30, 1977. Nearly a month after entering San Francisco’s Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, a group of 150 demonstrators is going home. They’re singing, drinking champagne, and hugging the friends they’ve slept alongside for weeks on a cold office floor. Many of these activists are people with disabilities, and they’ve been sitting in to push the government to sign regulations that have sat untouched for years. What happened when a group of activists with disabilities staged the longest peaceful occupation of a federal building in US history? And how did this protest change accessibility in America?Special thanks to our guests, Judy Heumann, Corbett O’Toole, Dennis Billups, and Debby Kaplan. Lucy Muir audio tapes courtesy of Ken Stein. Daniel Smith and Queer Blue Light Videotapes courtesy of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society.Click here for a transcript of this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The new film from director Chris White, Electric Jesus, tells the story of an '80s Christian heavy metal band, 316, and their struggles, trials, and travails trying to make it in a world in which Christians fear metal and metalheads aren't exactly fond of Christians. It's a heartfelt, really truly honest movie that finds new angles in following a struggling band on their first-ever tour, with fantastic performances both in the acting and the music which makes up so much of the film.It helps that the music of Electric Jesus was written by Daniel Smith of indie rockers Danielson and sounds just like it could be found in the bins next to Stryper, Barren Cross, and Holy Soldier's output. The songs will lodge themselves in your brain pretty readily, and I've definitely added one or two to some recent playlists.I spoke with director White and composer Smith about the making of Electric Jesus' soundtrack, the film itself, and more. A note: this Q&A sounds weird because Zoom was being really weird and I had to scramble to record my audio.
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson dive into the FCS Playoff bracket that was released this weekend. They discuss the top seeds of South Dakota State, Sam Houston State, James Madison, and Jacksonville State. They also cover underrated teams like Weber State and Delaware. With finalists for the Eddie Robinson, Walter Payton, Jerry Rice, and Buck Buchanan awards being released, they share their favorites to win the awards. Lastly, they react to the wild play that Villanova's Daniel Smith made that blew up on social media.
Welcome to the show! On today's episode I am joined by a 30 year old chief of police. If that isn't enough to make your ears perk up, I don't know what would be. I also talk about self-evaluation and making sure you make the best decision that is right for you. Life is weird. Check it out. Music: Five Blind Boys from Alabama - Way Down in the Hole Sublime with Rome - Goodbye Metallica - Fuel Dave Hause - Paradise --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teneightpodcast/support
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This episodes features Daniel Smith. Dan is a conscious masculinity and embodiment coach. Growing up in a challenging home environment led him to live in curiosity, always questioning the reality he found himself facing. Carrying a lot of residual pain from some deeply traumatic childhood experiences, he embarked on a journey of transformation and healing, desiring to evolve in every area of his life. Through his experiences of learning to understand and transform himself, he started to become aware of the pain and challenges that everyone around him were facing, and developed a deep sense of purpose in serving others on their own transformation journeys. In this episode, we discuss:His personal development journey and which teachers had the biggest impact on his life.What is masculine feminine polarity and how it effects our chemistry and attraction.How women can nurture the masculine energy in their partners.How women can nurture their feminine energy.The biggest dating challenges for men.How can men learn to be vulnerable in today’s dating culture? How he overcame his own dating challenges.How we can use relationships as an opportunity to heal from past trauma.How he met his girlfriend.This podcast is brought to you by Ambiance Matchmaking, an exclusive matchmaking agency for selective singles. Complete an application by clicking the link in the episode show notes, or going to ambiancematchmaking.com/apply.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a huge difference and helps others find our show.Sign up for Ambiance Matchmaking’s email newsletter at ambiancematchmaking.com/newsletter.Blog: ambiancematchmaking.com/blog.Instagram: instagram.com/ambiancematch Facebook: facebook.com/ambiancematchTwitter: twitter.com/ambiancematch YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCZzRwyQQZVE8qiqo2VzZ44w DISCLAIMER: The views, information, or opinions expressed on this podcast are solely those of the individuals involved. The primary purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. This podcast does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services.
To start off the Shamecore Records season, Krispin interviewed director Chris White and composer/musician, Daniel Smith about their recent movie Electric Jesus. At the end of the episode, D.L. shares a bit about forming an evanegalistic punk rock band when she was 13 years old. The soundtrack for Electric Jesus just released, and is filled with both Christian hair metal and Danielson’s weird indie rock. We’ve been a longtime of fan of Daniel Smith’s music as Daielson, and one of our favorite albums is Fetch the Compass Kids. You can watch a whole documentary about Danielson here and it is wonderful. Here is the Believer article about Danielson that D.L. mentions. Next week, we’ll really dive into talking about Christian hardcore and the emotional experience of growing up evangelical. You can follow the podcast on twitter or instagram, where D.L. will post pictures of her punk rock days. Become a patreon and support the podcast for as little at $1.50 a month. Also, you can send us an email! You can follow Krispin on twitter or instagram, and DL. on twitter and instagram. D.L.’s most recent book The Myth of the American Dream is also available!
What’s up with the COVID-19 vaccines? On this episode of StarTalk, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice talk about all things COVID-19 vaccine with Dr. Irwin Redlener, Director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/the-covid-19-vaccines-with-irwin-redlener/ Thanks to our Patrons Joe Selmser, Daniel Smith, C Hough, Sheri Eaton, Jon O'Rear, Jennifer Sell-Knapp, Catherine Nelson, Wesley Karl Trevenzoli, Carl Simmons, and Chris Reynolds for supporting us this week. Photo Credit: Army Spc. Angel Laureano holds a vial of the COVID-19 vaccine. Credit: DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando – U.S. Secretary of Defense, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome back to another episode, thanks for tuning in. This week we are joined by Villanova QB Daniel Smith for a great interview. We also give our final thoughts on the NFL season and the Superbowl. Dont forget to go subscribe on Apple Podcasts and follow us on all social media platforms @tbltalkpodcast. Thanks for the support!
You don’t have to be stuck doing the same thing over and over again in your private practice. It’s one of the many things that I love about being a provider. There is more than one path to take on your journey and so many different ways of doing things in your practice. In today’s Fearless Practitioners Podcast, I chat with Daniel Smith-Magoon who is a dietitian but also a marketer. He shares some wisdom about marketing and how believing in yourself and carrying that authenticity with you into your marketing can be incredibly powerful. Listen in for some action steps that you can take to build your practice and create authentic connections. ABOUT DANIEL SMITH-MAGOON Daniel Smith-Magoon is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist currently residing in Austin, TX. After completing the Coordinated Program in Dietetics at The University of Texas at Austin, Daniel explored his passion for food and nutrition in a variety of settings throughout Texas and Washington before returning home. Daniel is now the Clinical Outreach Representative for Center for Discovery in Austin, TX. Outside of connecting people to treatment, Daniel can be found exploring the local farmer’s market or adventuring with his husband, Ryan, and two dogs, General Gunther and Mount Rainier. If you would like to get in touch with Daniel, his email is firstname.lastname@example.org TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE: Follow what interests you to build your career. Care about yourself, care about your product, and be authentic when you talk about it. Reach out to your dormant contacts for the sake of mutual value. MORE FROM DANIEL Instagram Podcast Mentioned Podcast Episode Mentioned Do you have the Building Blocks to Be Your Own Boss in place? My course, Foundations of a Private Practice, walks you through the MUST HAVE foundations for starting a profitable private practice. The building blocks you need to – finally – Be Your Own Boss! Get started on fulfilling your dream today by taking this course and then the self-evaluation so that you know if you have what it takes to be in private practice. Check out this course to help you determine if you are ready to start a practice! MORE FROM ADRIEN Should You Start a Practice Build Your Dream Practice Apply for Business Coaching Resources for Your Practice Schedule Your FREE 15 Min Fearless Steps Call Connect with Adrien on Instagram and Facebook Private Practice Paperwork Templates Subscribe & Review on iTunes Click here to subscribe in iTunes! I add new episodes every week and if you're not subscribed, there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
Daniel Smith, but his nickname in photography is Daniel Zoliro...a name that he came up with using the first two letters from each of his kids' names. He is a pastor and volunteer firefighter in the town where he lives. He got his first telescope, an 8-inch Dobsonian, about 4 years ago. Where he did his first stacked astrophoto about one year ago with a DSLR, 100mm lens, and a Star Adventurer. Since then, he dove in headfirst into astrophotography working with much better gear and refining his processing skills, he also currently serves as vice president of the Astronomy Club of Tulsa. Besides this hobby, he's involved in caving and cave photography, macrophotography, and he's also a musician. CONNECT WITH DANIEL: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zoliroastro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zoliroastro YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFiY8TXX1dSimY50lhI_2iQ Visit: https://www.astrobin.com/users/DanielZoliro/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spaceexplr/support
The first Next Level Sketch podcast episode of 2021 comes almost a year to the day on from our first ever live performance, which actually feels more like 8,000 years ago. Oh well! We have some fantastic sketches for you this year and we'll put them into your faces any way we can. All details for upcoming shows and episodes will be on nextlevelsketch.com and on our Twitter @nextlevelsketch. Episode 14 of the Next Level Sketch podcast features sketches written by Flex Toomey, Paul Creasy, James Walsh, Julia Middleton, Luke Beahan, Rachel Cader, Roderick Millar, Daniel Smith, Zoe Browne, Muireann Kelly and the semi-mythical John Dredge. It also featured the voice acting talents of Vic Dry, Cody Whitaker, Ben Fortescue, Euan Brown, Greg Davies, Jimmy Jameson, Sarit Wilson Chen, Dan Willis, and Jess Carrivick. The songs and jingles were written by Jess Carrivick and James Walsh, and the theme tune was written by James Walsh and performed by James Walsh and Rebecca Diez. We used zapsplat.com for some excellent sound effects, and the music in the Sheep sketch was “Action Strike” by Purple Planet
Joe and Sean preview the best returning FCS quarterbacks for the spring, including Albany's Jeff Undercuffler, Jason Brown of St. Francis, Zerrick Cooper of Jacksonville State, Aqeel Glass of Alabama A&M, Daniel Smith of Villanova, and more.
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. The guys begin by talking about a remarkable string of luck in their own research. Hear how Fisher discovered his late father-in-law’s unique place in the historical record. David kicks off Family Histoire News with a story about how modern genomics is rewriting history. Then, law enforcement in Tennessee is seeking public financial support to solve a four decade old cold case. Fisher notes that in Idaho, a grant has been awarded to a law enforcement agency there to cover DNA analysis on a cold case. He also points to a group of wealthy businessmen in Utah called the “Honorary Colonels” who financially support law enforcement in such matters. David then shares the story of Daniel Smith. He’s one of America’s last living children of a slave! Then, a man in eastern Europe has stumbled upon a 3,000 old sword. Next, Fisher shares one of his favorite “visits from the vault.” Actor, singer, and renowned genealogist Hank Jones talks about his collection of stories of strange things that have happened when doing genealogy and family history work. Then, Fort Worth genie Sharon Manson discusses her journey that helped her learn why her parents would tell her never to ask about her paternal grandmother! Finally, David returns for Ask Us Anything, discussing Revolutionary soldier lineage societies (there are more than you think) and Canadian emigration to the United States. That’s all this week on Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!
Processing is key part of the EDRM, however, it's often under appreciated. This podcast dives into the intricacies of processing, from its relationship with the other stages of the EDRM, what exactly goes on during processing, and what can go wrong. Daniel Smith, Associate Director at Control Risks will be sharing his experience and giving us key insights into the technical challenges and opportunities within the processing stage.Podcast HostRachel McAdams - eDiscovery Technical Specialist at A&L Goodbody SolicitorsPodcast GuestDaniel Smith - Associate Director at Control Risks
Hallucinations as an automatic signifier of mental illness is a surprisingly recent paradigm. Traditionally, hearing non-corporeal voices was viewed as a supernatural event, the realm of religious prophets, ecstatic poets, and inspired painters. In those circumstances, hearing voices was viewed through the lens of divine inspiration, indicative of an active relationship with the metaphysical. Today, auditory hallucinations are often sensationalized into a non-normative pathology, a situation where the response to even a mildest case is often tinged with fear - of violence, of contagion, of impurity. In these conditions, the deep, spiritual significance of the event is devalued, the meaning erased. Our guest today, the writer and scholar Daniel Smith, is here to talk about the ideas in his book – Muses, Madmen, and Prophets: Hearing Voices and The Borders of Sanity. The book is an exploration of the dual nature of hallucinations, heavily inspired by the Bicameral Mind Theory of Julian Jaynes. Centered, also, is Smith's own experience - while his father lived “terrorized by the thought of what might happen if he revealed his voices,” his grandfather consulted his for "picking horses at the track and beating retirees at gin rummy." Our conversation with Mr. Smith runs the gamut. We explore non-normative conscious experience, moral choice, optimism vs. pessimism, and the prevalence of loneliness in the modern milieu, and the evolutionary role that auditory hallucinations might still play. Audio-only version available at all usual podcast locations or here: https://anchor.fm/demystifying-science Subscribe & like so we can keep bringing the best conversations!!! Support us and Daniel when you nab his book: https://amzn.to/37gPRrq More readings from us: https://demystifyingscience.com/blog Join the DemystifyingScience mailing list: http://eepurl.com/gRUCZL Let's talk! @DemystifySci Twitter: https://twitter.com/demystifysciInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/demystifysciFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/demystifysci~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Music: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Shilo Delay: https://soundcloud.com/laterisgone --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/demystifying-science/support
All roads lead back to the 1909 Ashes on Story Time of late, and why wouldn’t we want to visit again via Charlie McCartney’s tweak? That man is still firing 12 years later, a series that included a Dusty Old Bastard with a tough old name. Also featured: Curtly, Finny and a cheesemonger from Baltimore. Stick around to hear from one of our Final Word faves, Vic Marks. His Calling the Shots contribution focused on ins and outs of Test Match Special, the most famous comm box cricket has known. Your Nerd Pledge numbers are: 4.61 – Clayton Lewis. 7.58 – Daniel Smith. 7.00 – Ciaran O’Kane & Renuka Satchithananthan. 2.27 – Joe Reinhard. 1.89 – Dale F. Adams. 5.16 – Anna Forsyth. Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com Listen to the full Calling the Shots documentary here. Help out the Lord’s Taverners this Christmas: www.lordstaverners.org Check out CBUS Super at cbussuper.com.au The Final Word is produced by Jay Mueller on the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy Support the show: https://patreon.com/thefinalword See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this next episode, we hear from Yuri Orozco, a Colombian woman, dog enthusiast, scuba diver, and student at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Yuri talks about what it was like to grow up as the daughter of an incarcerated father, going in and out of prisons, and struggling to build a connection with him. Yuri reflects on what it was like to read books like the “New Jim Crow” by Michelle Alexander, and how it led to the start of her healing journey as she began to understand the impact of mass incarceration on her relationship with her dad. She discusses how healing became important, not only for her internal emotional balance but because she was able to realize that it would impact her romantic relationships, familial connections, and even her job as a Spanish court interpreter. Yuri shares how focusing on her healing allowed her to be intentional about the way she handled the different emotional “seasons” of her life. Allowing her to be able to take on difficult moments when she could and acknowledging the time when she needed to take a step back. She recommends reading books like “Unfuck Your Brain” by Faith G. Harper and “Monkey Mind: A Memoir of Anxiety” by Daniel Smith. Yuri also has the following suggestions for people who want to engage in their healing journey: 1) Surround yourself with people you trust, have like minded-goals, and aren’t always involved in drama. And to distance yourself from friends or family who are not supportive or loving. 2) Take time to be with nature. Go to the beach, camping, be outdoors, and get as much sun as you can.3) Practice meditation and breathing techniques to calm down during a stressful moment and rely on those tools in times of stress and crisis. Be sure to connect with Yuri via: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yuriorozconyc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yuri.orozco LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuri-orozco-49978211a/
Last year, S. Daniel Smith released his sequel to Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. The title of his novella is Saving Ebenezer: The Continuing Saga of a Man Named Scrooge. Dan talks with Alison about the inspiration for this book, his research process, and the importance of finding hope in Jesus, rather than in our own good works. This week only--the Kindle version of Saving Ebenezer is on sale until November 30! You can get your copy for 99 cents at this affiliate link. If you don't have a copy, you can purchase A Christmas Carol on Amazon (affiliate). Dan's website and Facebook. Also mentioned: Thomas Umstaddt Jr. and his Novel Marketing Podcast. Author James L. Rubart used to be part of the Novel Marketing Podcast, and he still helps teach Author Media's course, The Five Year Plan to Becoming a Bestselling Author. Be sure to visit Alison’s Instagram, Facebook, and website. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you click them and make a purchase, you help support my work without paying any more for the product. Thank you for your support!
Join Matt Boisclair as he looks ahead to the Everton fixture this weekend with Daniel Smith and Don Love. Dan and Matt also continue our player in focus series, this time looking back at the career of Fulham legend John Collins...
In this episode Cullen and Mason chat with Chris White and Daniel Smith, the director and music composer respectively of the upcoming film Electric Jesus, a comedy spoofing 80s Christian heavy metal. We chat all about the process of making the film, how they made the music, and how they got Brian Baumgartner from The Office to play in the film.Check out HM Magazine: hmmagazine.comFollow us on Instagram: instagram.com/theblacksheeppodcast
We talked with writer/director of the upcoming film Electric Jesus (starring The Office's Brian Baumgartner) on this week's episode! We talk about the plot of the film, making the soundtrack with Daniel Smith (of the Danielson famile), and a great story about Steve Taylor! Check out our Patreon for bonus episodes: Patreon.com/decentchristiantalk
#LaborRadioPodDaniel Smith (https://www.smithforsenate.org) and Tanisha Harris (https://www.electtanisha.com/) aren't just running for the Washington State Legislature in the 17th Legislative district... they're also social service providers who work on the ground in Clark County.Daniel and Tanisha sit down to talk about the struggles working people are facing during this very difficult year - and where they can go for help with domestic violence, legal issues, mental health support, and more. If you or someone you know are facing a crisis, please contact The YWCA of Clark County - https://ywcaclarkcounty.org/ or (800) 695-0167The Southwest Washington Crisis Line - (800) 626-8137 Plus, Vancouver Education Association (http://vancouverea.org/) president Kari Van Nostran stops by to tell Shannon and Harold what the VEA is doing to prepare for "Hybrid Learning."AND... the Southwest Washington Central Labor Council is still running "fun banks" to support its endorsed candidates (including Daniel and Tanisha) - and there's a new twist! Find out more at tinyurl.com/y43cvurt!Remember working people in Southwest Washington, this is YOUR podcast! Email us at email@example.com and let us know what you think about the show, and what you'd like to hear in future episodes!We're a proud member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network - find more radio shows and podcasts that speak to working people about working people's issues at www.LaborRadioNetwork.org.
On this episode, Bruce talks with Drs. Daniel Smith from the University of Delaware and Domonic Bearfield from Rutgers University. Drs. Bearfield and and Smith discuss their experience in the field of public administration and the academy. They also discuss issues of diversity within the field and how we can be more proactive at recruiting and welcoming diverse individuals into the academy. Subscribe to Academics of PA today! New episodes drop every other Thursday. Follow the podcast on Facebook and Twitter: @AcademicsofPA Follow the hosts on Twitter: Bruce McDonald: @academicpiracy Josie Schafer: @SchaferJosie William Hatcher: @ProfHat
In this lesson, brother Daniel Smith discusses what middle-aged Christians in particular need to be doing now so that the church of tomorrow can have scriptural leadership. Daniel Smith: 2019 Alabama NYM “From Sheep to Shepherds” MP3 Link
[caption id="attachment_1932" align="alignright" width="234"] Alan talks with Dr. Daniel Smith about what he would have done if dentistry didn't become his profession. Microcopy Dental has always been the place to get the most amazing single patient use burs anywhere. But have you ever wondered why a person would want to go the "single patient use" route? Microcopy is offering 2 hours of free CE about this very issue at dentalhacks.com/freece! You'll see why dental burs should be single patient use for lots of reasons and you can pick up 2 CE's on infection control as well! Go check it out at dentalhacks.com/freece!
On this week's clinical hacks podcast, Dr. Zach Meiners bring back Dr. Daniel Smith and Dr. Rusty Fitton to talk more about practicing with a parent or family member. What archaic equipment do our '70s and 80s parents still utilize in the dental office? What would you do differently if you could give advice to your younger self? What should young dental students know if they are planning to join a parent in their office? And much much more. Are you planning to practice with a relative? Join us in the Clinical Hacks Facebook group just for docs to discuss it further!
Want to know why it’s so important to get a home inspection? Let Daniel Smith, an author, speaker, and strategist, tell you the story of when someone tried to sue him for nondisclosure. Listen in to learn why honesty is the best policy, what agents do that’s so valuable, and what can happen when dishonestly comes back to bite you in the ass. Please subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or in the Podcasts App on your phone, and never miss a beat from Leigh by visiting leighbrown.com. If you’re tired of doing real estate alone, enroll in Leigh Brown University and be sure to use your special “CSIRE” discount code at checkout for $10 off your subscription. Time Stamped Show Notes 01:00 – Introducing Daniel, he sold real estate until 2007, then sold his business 01:50 - He started speaking, writing, teaching, is a principal broker, and married a broker 02:40 - He enjoys working with real estate professionals 03:15 – Dan’s CSIRE story 03:20 - He’s in California, which is a very litigious state; he was sued 7 times and won all the ones he went to court for 04:20 - The first one was the most memorable; his broker and owner were livid and he was in his mid-20s 05:10 - He ended up going to court for non-disclosure; they wanted enough money to pay for the house 07:25 - The home inspector saved the day; he showed pictures proving Daniel’s case and the judge dismissed all charges and dropped the case 07:55 - The homeowners were trying to game the system and cut the support beams under the house; they got caught and messed up their own home 08:40 – The lessons 09:05 - There are sketchy people out there 11:10 - You need a home inspection 11:30 - As a seller, be honest; as a buyer, do your due diligence and be honest 13:30 - Virtual operations may change things because of COVID-19 14:30 - REALTORS® are necessary and agents are valuable; just using an app isn’t enough 16:40 - Urbanites are running for the hills because they aren’t limited by location anymore 18:05 – How to reach Dan: his website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter 18:45 - He might be on TikTok soon; he’s fighting it, though 3 Key Points Tell the truth. Get a home inspection. As a REALTOR®, it’s not your job to fill out the disclosure.
Welcome to a very special episode of the Clinical Hacks. This one is for all the dentists that practice with a parent or family member or who may do so in the future. Dr. Rusty Fitton practices with his father in a suburb of Chicago, IL. Dr. Daniel Smith practices with both his father and uncle in Oliver Springs, TN. Dr. Zach Meiners practices with his father in Independence, MO This is the first of a two part episode, in this episode we focus on how we got started working with our parents and some of the pitfalls and pluses. Do you practice with a family member? Want to talk about it? Need therapy? Join us in the Clinical Hacks Facebook Page to discuss