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It's early morning here when I recorded this but I had to put my thoughts into words and share them: We had such high hopes for this technology especially for education but something changed along the way. There was a shift from connection and empowerment to divide and conquer, from expression to influence, from choice to dictation. Somewhere along the way, we lost the original internet, and now we all exist moslty in silos, many of us arguing about the world we see through our devices as they are quite divergent from each others. When people don't share a common perception of the world, it naturally creates conflict, fear, division, and distrust. Interestingly, this is why online courses can be so energizing and stand in contrast to this tendency: in a group you share and discuss the same experience as you would in real life, overcoming to a large degree the division. This is why so many of us have retreated from social media into private courses and communities online: they feel like the internet did 15 years ago! Here's my early morning thoughts on what has happened and what we can do about it as individuals. Let me know what your perspective is on this - that way we can connect, co-create reality, and make the world a better, more stable, and more wonderful place to live. Grow Abundantly, Learn Daily, & Live Regeneratively, Matt Powers
Mike's hawk-like patrol of Social media has pulled a little discussion from the scroll. We take a look and discuss some option on another battery issue. Thank you to our sponsor: 908 Devices, First Line Technology, Argon Electronics and Red Wave Technologies Our subscription plans are blowing up (not literally). Head over to the website to upgrade your learning by enrolling in the Technician and Specialist levels for even more content. Register and enroll at THMG e-University here. Courses being added weekly! Our hazardous materials training manual is finally available on Amazon! Click here to get your copy. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe. Thanks! Thanks for listening and watching! Don't just get on the job, get into the job! Here is the YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ljzj9Msli5o&t=329s And here is the Article and video https://6abc.com/maple-glen-pa-car-fire-tesla-montgomery-county-pennsylvania/11268621/?ex_cid=TA_WPVI_FB&utm_campaign=trueAnthem%3A%20Trending%20Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR3ZKtfLMcvlFAh19mdIgomMpBCLX46siD_mXwbkQEaNjzbxdGAh1fyszUo
Blunt Blowin' Mama connects with the brilliant Shanel Lindsay, who founded a business that makes it easy for cannabis consumers to create their own cannabis edibles at home. Ardent Cannabis's FX and Nova devices offer an elevated herbal infusion experience without the mess or smell. Shanel is also a mom, an attorney, and a cannabis advocate. She also shares her own story of being arrested for possession of weed in a white suburb in Massachusetts.
A school district in Texas is going to start scanning all the student's district-provided devices. They will be looking at all communications, use and email for flag that might be indicative of cyber-bullying and potential mental health issues. This episode talked about this and what piece is missing that could be done. Source - https://www.gaggle.net/ Be aware, be safe. Get ExpressVPN, Secure Your Privacy And Support The Show Become A Patron! Patreon Page *** Support the podcast with a cup of coffee *** - Ko-Fi Security In Five —————— Where you can find Security In Five —————— Security In Five Reddit Channel r/SecurityInFive Binary Blogger Website Security In Five Website Security In Five Podcast Page - Podcast RSS Twitter @securityinfive iTunes, YouTube, TuneIn, iHeartRadio,
Gregory Montalbano speaks with Katie Reuther who is the Executive Director at Penn Health-Tech located at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Together, Greg and Katie discuss in detail what the Center for Health, Devices, and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania, or Penn Health-Tech for short, and its associated Health-Tech Accelerator is all about. Greg and Katie discuss the history and inner workings of Penn-Tech Health and the University of Pennsylvania ecosystem partners. Together they discuss the methods of mentoring and support offered to the entrepreneurial groups spanning medical, scientific, and biotechnology applications. Katie also outlines the various Penn Health-Tech corporate, university, industry as well as venture partner networks that support their teams. Tune in to the Innovation Vault™ to continue the series and listen to Episodes 5 and 6 with our latest Medical Accelerator, Incubator Lab, and Development Community Podcast guests.
Join Drs Cutler, Childress, and Marco for evidence-based discussion on multimodal treatment of ADHD included device and digital therapeutics. Credit available for this activity expires: 11/29/22 Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/963615?src=mkm_podcast_addon_963615
Patreon Page I DISAGREE WITH DAVE! Thinking Out Loud is a place to digest audibly the things we tend to think through silently. We'll look at a variety of complex issues from a variety of points of view, not necessarily to get to "right answers" but to build empathy and perspective. Today I am joined by Dr. Felicia Su Wong, a cultural sociologist of media and digital technologies, currently serving as professor of sociology at Westmont College in Santa Barbara. We discuss her book, OUT TODAY!, Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, Presence, and Place in the Digital Age. Our technologies are forming us whether we know it or not, so Felicia and I discuss the importance of intentionality when it comes to our devices. We also discuss ways we can incorporate "counterliturgies" so that we are formed into the person of Christ. I'm sure you'll enjoy this conversation so listen away and then go and get a copy of her book. Other Resources (Article) Locked In, Cradle to Grave by Felicia Wu Song https://feliciawusong.com/ (Video) Digital Life as Secular Liturgies: A Matter of Christian Formation by Felicia Wu Song (Book) You Are What You Love by James K. Smith (Book) Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neil Postman (Article) Facebook's Dangerous Experiment with Teen Girls by Jonathan Haidt 044 You Are Not Your Own w/ Alan Noble Follow Thinking Out Loud: Patreon | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
How do digital devices affect our journeys of spiritual formation — and what can we do about that? Join us for this conversation with writer and professor Felicia Wu Song as we discuss digital habits and the grace of establishing soul-shaping practices. "Part of my own journey is wanting to become a different kind of person who can be present to the people in my life." — Felicia Song Let me invite you into a conversation with professor and cultural sociologist Felicia Wu Song, in which we talk about her recent book Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, Presence, and Place in the Digital Age. Reading this book felt like a real spiritual journey for me with Felicia serving as a gentle guide. She describes the challenges that come with our compulsive use of digital devices, and then leads the reader into spiritual practices that help temper some of the harmful effects and reorient our focus back to connectedness with God and one another. It's a beautiful and courageous and kind book, especially around a topic that could be filled with shoulds and oughts — and Felicia and I talk about why she decided NOT to offer a lot of hard and fast rules about managing digital devices. I loved talking with Felicia and I think you'll enjoy our conversation too. So have a listen! We're so glad you're here. — Ann Boyd For show notes or more information please visit our article at The Well. If you'd like to support the work of InterVarsity's Women in the Academy and Professions, including future podcasts such as this episode, you can do so at givetoiv.org/wap. Thank you for listening!
Learn about nonpharmacologic approaches to multimodal treatment in ADHD, highlighting data on devices and digital therapeutics. Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/963449?src=mkm_podcast_addon_963449
Mitch is an orgone energy researcher from Sedona, Arizona. Since learning about orgone's ability to combat geoengineering and neutralize the harmful effects of EMF, he's created thousands of orgone energy devices and gifted them to the planet. You can get the full two hour episode by subscribing for $7 a month on Substack. Topics discussed in the second hour include: More details about chembusters and other orgone devices Mitch builds and works with, including personal frequency cloaking devices Concerns over access to resin amidst the global climate hoax and gas price manipulation Unnatural deserts and the geoengineered season of Fall How the sun's native EMF interrupts the increasing non-native EMF from towers and smart devices The frequency war possibly being waged on sylphs and other air elementals More on Mitch's orgone gifting efforts across the southwest GUEST LINKS TheOrgoneDonor.com Mitch on Instagram dtoxxxx LINKS Website Substack Telegram Donate MUSIC: Akes J Beats - “Bear” BUST THE AGENDA Donate now to help Ryan, Mitch & others acquire bulk materials to make orgone energy devices to combat the geoengineered climate agenda: https://busttheagenda.com/
The Internet Of Things Strikes Again. This episode talks about a big first step the UK is taking to address poor security in internet-enabled devices. Be aware, be safe. Get ExpressVPN, Secure Your Privacy And Support The Show Become A Patron! Patreon Page *** Support the podcast with a cup of coffee *** - Ko-Fi Security In Five —————— Where you can find Security In Five —————— Security In Five Reddit Channel r/SecurityInFive Binary Blogger Website Security In Five Website Security In Five Podcast Page - Podcast RSS Twitter @securityinfive iTunes, YouTube, TuneIn, iHeartRadio,
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In this episode The Boys get with Sam Klennert of functional Devices to talk about RIB relays. With a few quick facts and the destruction of a couple of misconceptions, you'll realize just what you've been missing. Listen and learn!
We were lucky enough to have a last-minute conversation about the newest iteration on the NFPA ledger - 470. Take a listen as we lightly discuss a tremendous amount of work that we did in order to bring the standard into alignment with current practices. Thank you to our sponsor: 908 Devices, First Line Technology, Argon Electronics and Red Wave Technologies Our subscription plans are blowing up (not literally). Head over to the website to upgrade your learning by enrolling in the Technician and Specialist levels for even more content. Register and enroll at THMG e-University here. Courses being added weekly! Our hazardous materials training manual is finally available on Amazon! Click here to get your copy. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe. Thanks! Thanks for listening and watching! Don't just get on the job, get into the job!
Madiha Saeed is on a mission as the Holistic Mom to help children live healthier, happier, more mindful lives. Learn about the inflammation epidemic that is afflicting children today and what we as parents can do to help our children make more rational, healthy decisions by choosing nutrient-rich foods, focusing on gratitude and optimism, and creating a home environment where they can thrive. [0:40] What can we do as parents to raise mindful and resilient children with a combination of functional medicine and parenting? That's the question that Madiha's new book tries to answer. [1:25] Because of widespread chronic inflammation, children are unable to make rational decisions today which are resulting in a number of societal issues. [3:10] Madiha's mission began after seeing her newborn child struggle to simply breathe. She started her journey of self-healing and put those lessons into practice to help her children as well. [5:35] Chronic disease has quadrupled amongst children since the 1960s. Now 1 out of 2 American children has a chronic health condition. By 2025, the projection is that 80% of children will be diagnosed with a chronic health condition. ADHD has increased 167% and by current projections 1 in 4 children will be diagnosed with autism by 2033. [8:35] By understanding the why and the what, we can understand the root cause of suffering, which is that our children are living unbalanced lives. The decisions children make every day are determined by their brain, and studies have shown that inflammation reduces the connection between the prefrontal cortex and amygdala, both of which are needed to make rational decisions. [10:30] During a research study, they found that children with behavioral issues had high levels of key inflammatory markers. Inflammation can impact babies in the womb. Society lives unbalanced lives and the chronic inflammation that comes as a result is passed from mother to child. [12:30] Endocrine disruptors have been found to be closely linked to inflammation, hormone imbalances, and gender confusion that we are seeing now. Medications that were commonly prescribed to pregnant women in the past decades are being found to have multi-generational impacts and increased suffering. [16:10] There are thousands of chemicals that are released on a regular basis and we have no idea what their long-term impacts are. BPA is a common culprit that is found in most plastics, including baby bottles. [18:00] We need to be more mindful of what is going into our children's bodies and what they are wearing. As parents, we need to empower our children to make positive changes to their daily lifestyles and improve the future. [21:00] Our consumer choices matter. Science has proven that gratitude and optimism strengthen the link between the prefrontal cortex and the amygdala and improves overall health and wellbeing. [22:15] When a child has a chronic health condition, it can become hard to focus on anything else, but if you can shift the focus to the lessons they can learn and what is going right in their lives, it can help them optimize their brain, body, and health simply by reducing the overall stress level. [23:20] Devices and social media are addicting for children. We need to incorporate stress management practices like nature and physical play to balance out their daily routine. [24:55] There is a direct connection between our gut and our brain. The microbiome is vital to helping a child's brain develop fully and reduce inflammation. Nutrients regulate every single chemical reaction in a child's body. [26:25] Madiha uses a diet framework that starts with vegetables, proteins, and healthy fats. Make it easy and fun for your children to eat healthy food and teach them at a young age how it helps them keep their hormones in balance. [28:10] During the pandemic, diabetes has doubled in children. [28:55] Unfortunately, children today are deficient in a number of nutrients, and this causes a cascade of health issues. Madiha typically begins supplementing with vitamin D, fish oil, and probiotics. [32:10] The more kids can enjoy the process and participate in creating the healthy food they need, the more they will consume. [33:30] Mindfulness shows us how best to respond at many different levels at once. It allows children to have the perspective they need to live a healthy life. [35:20] The Holistic Rx is meant for anyone taking care of children who wants direction on how to live a mindful and healthy life. It centers around the child's health and diet, and how to help them recover from inflammation, insulin resistance, and more. 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Revitalise Productivity with Marcey Rader Revitalise productivity means helping people find the time that they swear isn't there. Marcey helps people use their time in a more intentional way. Most people go through their day reacting to people, agendas and crises. People often are not clear about what they are going to do in their next 10 minutes. Instead, their devices ping at them and steal away their time. Those devices we mentioned - mobile phones - are useful tools says Marcey, when we are not allowing ourselves to be dictated by them. NoMoPhoBia - the fear of being without your phone. Have you experienced nomophobia? Awww, must have been hell for you! Marcey tells the story about her analogue watch. She wore it instead of her Apple Watch for an all day event. On that day, it was important for her to focus. But, she kept looking at the analogue watch to see if she'd had an email. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/NoMoPhobia.mp4 Kevin and Marcey both wear Apple Watches. They mentioned closing the move ring. This means they have daily targets for standing, exercising and moving. The move ring. Revitalise Productivity Tip - TURN OFF NOTIFICATIONS Marcey does a workshop called Focus Power Ups. One lady on the course told her about her Fitbit telling her to stand up all the time. Which she ignores. But, boy it distracts her. The lady was effectively in a battle of wills with the Fitbit. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Marcey-Rader-Focus.mp4 Kevin pointed out that notifications on devices make you reactive. They deny focus. Notifications are normally on as default. Just turn off the notifications. Marcey recommends that some executives ONLY look at their email inbox once or twice a day. That's not practical for a personal assistant, it does rely on the role. It is sort of a reward. Revitalise Productivity Tip - What are Your 1 to 3 Priorities for Today? You ought not have more than 3. Focus on those that'll truly move the needle towards the place you'd like to be. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Marcy-Rader-3-Daily-Priorities.mp4 Ask yourself what is that top task that I'll complete BEFORE I hit my inbox. That is a real behavioural shift for some people, especially those who check their email first thing in the morning. On the Google Work platform, you can use Inbox pause. That means, you pause seeing your emails until you are good and ready. Her top tier clients are never paused. Hello Sign emails are contracts, so they are let in too. Marcey processes email as a task, for instance. Revitalise Productivity Tip - Focus Do you schedule meetings when you are at your best? Marcey is at her best first thing in a morning. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Marcy-Rader-Focus-Time.mp4 Burnout Overwhelm Too Many Notifications But who's to blame? Devices are designed to get us to use them more. Who's to blame? http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Marcey-Rader-Whos-to-Blame.mp4 We need to take ownership of our own decisions. Virtual Professional Marcey prefers the term "Virtual Professional" rather than "Virtual Assistant". She has hired from countries that are economically and politically disadvantage - such as, Venezuela, Philippines, Guatemala and Kenya. Make the assessment what your time is worth and contrast this with what you would spend on a VA. Marcey recommends Virtual Latinos - go here She also recommends iWorker - go here Before Bed Turn off your devices at least an hour before you go to bed. Get Marcey Rader's Book - Work Well Play More Testimonial from Marcey Rader http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Marcey-Rader-Testimonial-for-The-Next-100-Days-Podcast.mp4 Get in touch with The Next 100 Days hosts… Graham Arrowsmith Finely Fettled helps out financial advisers, investment brokers and care homes to market to affluent a...
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Listen as Paul Abernathy, CEO and Founder of Electrical Code Academy, Inc. answers another question from the PaulAbernathy.com portal. In this episode Paul answers a question about receptacle ratings and overcurrent protection.
Daniel Wroclawski is the Associate Multimedia Content Creator at Consumer Reports. In this episode of Cybercrime Radio, Daniel chats with host Hillarie McClure about smart home devices, such as video doorbells and home security cameras, and how they're targeted by bad actors, alongside giving some tips on how the public can use these products safely and securely. • For more on cybersecurity, visit us at https://cybersecurityventures.com
On today's episode, host Jerrad Lopes is joined by author Felicia Wu Song to discuss how to know when your devices are shaping you and your family to the point of harm. Is there a way to combat the relentless use of technology in your life and in the life of your kids?
Building bionic arms for people with disabilities! Today I speak to Rishi Krishan, the CEO & Co-Founder of Symbionic. Symbionic is an affordable, assistive technology startup that makes smart prosthetic devices. It all started due to a freak bus accident which led to him losing his arm. So in this episode he talks about the huge challenges building a bionic arm. He talks about how he validated the idea by being a human guinea pig. Talks about how they build empathy into the product and the market size. Talks technology and the business model. Talks about the key takeaways in building the first prototype , talks about user experiences and 3D printing. Talks about what makes this bionic arm so special. Why your users should be your first investors. Getting great advice from AssisTech Foundation (ATF). Talks about being able to ride a bike again! Predictions for 2022. And finally he talks about advice he would give to his younger self and what first time founders should be focusing on.In this conversation we also talk about:-Using 3D printing customisation and sensorsBreaking out of the biases.Having small breakthroughs 10 million amputees in India. How would he sum up his journey so far?Thoughts on recruiting & why you shouldn't always hire the most experienced person. Working with a great teamExisting solutions did not workBuilding something cooler, functional and cheaper.Using it in public and dealing with the reaction.FundingCreating crowdfunding campaignsWorking in a niche marketFeedback loops & dealing with the steep learning curves. and much more!Links http://thesymbionic.com/P.Sif you need something to do during these challenging and difficult times and want some inspiration and need some creativity. check out Skillshare. Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes in design, business, tech, and more. Anyone can join the millions of members in our community to learn cutting-edge skills, network with peers and discover new opportunities.Try Premium free for 2 months and access all my classes!https://www.skillshare.com/r/user/neilpatelmusic by Punch Deck. https://open.spotify.com/artist/7kdduxAVaFnbHJyNxl7FWV
On the November 19, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by senior writer Ben Pearson to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Scarlett Johansson's top secret Marvel movie and in the mailbag, we'll discuss TV storytelling devices that annoy us. [embed=] Opening Banter: In The News: Peter: Scarlett Johansson Is Working On A 'Secret' Marvel Project, But It's Not Black WidowAny guesses? Yelena, but isn't that Black Widow related? Ryan Scott: A woman MCU team up? This docuseries? But not “top secret” if there's a casting call on the marvel website Tower of terror movie? Nope Ben: WarnerMedia Wants to Launch Its Own Version of the Nielsen Ratings: Here's Why That Matters What TV storytelling devices annoy you? Peter: flashbacks intercut echoing current day story imaginary characters to chat with characters who come back into the characters' lives who have drug or alcohol addictions Ben:Characters withholding information from each other When characters don't specify things in conversations Also mentioned: All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS). Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at email@example.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word! Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.
Every once in a while we need to clear up some small format questions we get from the listeners. Here we discuss a multifaceted drill and some technical rescue thoughts. Thank you to our sponsor: 908 Devices, First Line Technology, Argon Electronics and Red Wave Technologies Our subscription plans are blowing up (not literally). Head over to the website to upgrade your learning by enrolling in the Technician and Specialist levels for even more content. Register and enroll at THMG e-University here. Courses being added weekly! Our hazardous materials training manual is finally available on Amazon! Click here to get your copy. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe. Thanks! Thanks for listening and watching! Don't just get on the job, get into the job!
Alternative Communication can feel so overwhelming. There are so many different options and it seems impossible to understand them all or have a good grasp on how to best use them with your students. In this week's episode I am chatting with Lucy from The Alternate Way to Pre-K. She is sharing her expertise in AAC Devices and giving 3 different steps on getting started. In this episode you will learn: The benefits of collaborating with your speech therapist How to adapt based on how your student is progressing. How to take matters into your own hands. About different types of AAC devices. Links and Resources Lucy's Freebie Dynavox Project-Core Connect with Lucy Lucy's Alternative Way to Pre-K Instagram Lucy's Blog Lucy's Alternative Way to Pre-K Facebook Early Childhood Sped Club Connect with Dawn Find me on IG Etsy Shop TpT Store Subscribe Are you subscribed to my podcast? Trust me, you definitely want to do that so you don't miss a thing! Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Leave a Review If you are loving the podcast, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other teachers find my podcast and I love hearing what you think about the podcast as well. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what part of the podcast you found to be the most helpful!
On today's episode, we discuss what it would be like to have a doctor checking on you all the time, what devices are most likely to be used for remote patient monitoring, and the "quantified self" movement. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Lisa Phillips. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at email@example.com © 2021 Insider Intelligence
Join the conversation with C4 and Bryan Nehman. Today they talked to Professor Todd Eberly from St. Mary's college about the Democrats redistricting effort in MD. The British government has said that you need 3 shots to be considered vaccinated and also, in Biden's infrastructure bill is a item that could require monitoring devices be in installed in all cars to monitor distracted driving. C4 and Bryan Nehman heard weekdays from 5:30-10:00am ET on WBAL Newsradio 1090, FM101.5, and the WBAL Radio App.
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Welcome to Nursery Rhymes Part Three with Liz from Human Seeking Human Podcast! Brace yourself for some dark origins of two more tales: London Bridge and Mary Mary Quite Contrary! Join Patreon NOW to watch the episodes LIVE & comment along! www.patreon.com/historicalafpod Review the podcast and you can win an "If you know, you know" tote bag! Just email firstname.lastname@example.org showing you left that review and you are entered! Want to send stuff like a postcard or letter? Now you can!! P.O. Box 1141 Seguin, TX 78155-9998 STOP ASIAN HATE for resources & ways to help, click here:https://anti-asianviolenceresources.carrd.co/ BLACK LIVES MATTER for ways to help, click here: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ Resources for coping with mass shootings & ways to help combat gun violence, click here: https://www.apa.org/topics/violence/resources-mass-shootings https://www.preventioninstitute.org/focus-areas/preventing-violence-and-reducing-injury/preventing-violence-advocacy Want to be featured in our next Extra AF episode? E-mail your historical experiences, the funny/weird stories from your hometown, a family story or legend, and your true crime/paranormal experiences to email@example.com! We have new merch! https://shop.spreadshirt.com/historicalafpod/ For hnnd-made merch by yours truly, go to www.Etsy.com/shop/kynaskreations To get access to exclusive additional content, join Patreon today at https://www.patreon.com/HistoricalAFPod! Patreon members have early access to the podcast and enjoy benefits like extra episodes, drunk dives, live recordings, merch, and more!! Finally, don't forget to rate and review us on Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Facebook and, the like to help us become more visible!
In this episode of the 7 Layers podcast, Curtis Simpson, CISO for Armis, discusses the ever-changing landscape of cybersecurity and how Armis is best suited for protecting its clients at any level. Full Transcript Here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Every once in a while we need to clear up some small format questions we get from the listeners. Here we discuss propane and sick buildings. Thank you to our sponsor: 908 Devices, First Line Technology, Argon Electronics and Red Wave Technologies Our subscription plans are blowing up (not literally). Head over to the website to upgrade your learning by enrolling in the Technician and Specialist levels for even more content. Register and enroll at THMG e-University here. Courses being added weekly! Our hazardous materials training manual is finally available on Amazon! Click here to get your copy. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe. Thanks! Thanks for listening and watching! Don't just get on the job, get into the job!
Nesse episódio, conversamos com Vinicius Dib, Head de Devices do Google para a América Latina, sobre a estratégia da gigante de tecnologia para o Brasil e o que esperar sobre dispositivos da internet das coisas! Podcast gravado ao vivo no dia 30 de junho de 2021. No PIXEL REDONDO, conversamos com executivos das principais empresas de tecnologia do planeta para entender seus planos, novidades e como elas prestam atenção nos consumidores! Gostou do episódio? Mande um comentário em áudio pelo WhatsApp +55 11 98765-6950. Seu comentário poderá aparecer no podcast Serviço de Atendimento à Cavalaria (SAC). Saiba mais em www.redegeek.com.br
In this episode of the IoT For All Podcast, Prescient Devices's Founder & CEO Andy Wang joins us to talk about the challenges companies face when scaling IoT and advice to help overcome speed bumps and roadblocks in the way. Andy also shares the factors that contribute most to successful IoT adoption.Dr. Andy Wang is a technologist and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. He is currently the founder and CEO of Prescient Devices, an MIT startup providing the industry-leading low-code IoT solutions platform. Previously, he was the co-founder and CTO of GTI IoT Technology, which built low-power wireless IoT systems for industrial and smart-city applications. Andy is an expert in communication systems and integrated circuit design. He graduated with a Ph.D. degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Interested in connecting with Andy Wang? Reach out to him on Linkedin!About Prescient Devices: Prescient Devices, Inc (PDI) empowers enterprise engineering teams with an open ecosystem to accelerate IoT development. Focusing on delivering the next wave of innovation within manufacturing, smart buildings, energy, utilities, and intelligent transportation, PDI's distributed low-code software enables enterprise engineers, system integrators, and data scientists to build sensor-to-cloud IoT and edge computing solutions, with simplicity and scalability.Key Questions and Topics from this Episode:(02:00) Intro to Prescient Devices, Inc.(08:00) Can you share some use cases for your technology?(09:57) What are the biggest challenges for IoT companies hoping to get their deployments off the ground?(12:30) Where are the biggest costs in developing an IoT solution?(13:44) What factors contribute the most to an IoT project's success?(18:52) How do you approach educating the market on what IoT can do? How do you advise other companies to approach that topic?
In this episode, I'm joined by my good friend Ryan Palmer from HTeaIO to discuss the new devices coming to a district near you because of the ESSER (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) funds. If you're not familiar who Ryan Palmer is or what HTeaO is, tune in. We discuss a bit about the program and the stipulations that are tied to what is purchased with these funds. We've also got ideas for how you can implement newly purchased devices into your classroom. Buen provecho! Connect With Gabriel Carrillo EdTech Bites Website: https://edtechbites.com EdTech Bites Twitter: https://twitter.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Instagram: https://instagram.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Facebook Page: https://facebook.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQCZcyW4BkCFQ5P2BLK61xg
Apple released a new feature for iOS and macOS called Focus Mode to help you focus and customize your notifications for fewer distractions. In this episode, we'll unpack this feature, how we use it and how you can use it to focus and get less distracted. Even if you don't use an iPhone or Mac, […]
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Fitbit was founded in 2007, originally as Healthy Metrics Research, Inc, by James Park and Eric Friedman. They had a goal to bring fitness trackers to market. They didn't invent the pedometer and in fact wanted to go far further. That prize goes to Abraham-Louis Perrelet of Switzerland in 1780 or possibly back to da Vinci. And there are stories of calculating the distance armies moved using various mechanisms that used automations based on steps or the spinning of wagon wheels. The era of wearables arguably began in 1953 when the transistor radio showed up and Akio Morita and Masaru Ibuka started Sony. People started to get accustomed to carrying around technology. 1961 and Claude Shannon and Edward Thorp build a small computer to time when balls would land in roulette. Which they put in a shoe. Meanwhile sensors that could detect motion and the other chips to essentially create a small computer in a watch-sized package were coming down in price. Apple had already released the Nike+iPod Sports Kit the year before, with a little sensor that went in my running shoes. And Fitbit capitalized on an exploding market for tracking fitness. Apple effectively proved the concept was ready for higher end customers. But remember that while the iPod was incredibly popular at the time, what about everyone else? Park and Friedman raised $400,000 on the idea in a pre-seed round and built a prototype. No, it wasn't actually a wearable, it was a bunch of sensors in a wooden box. That enabled them to shop around for more investors to actually finish a marketable device. By 2008 they were ready to take the idea to TechCrunch 50 and Tim O'Reilly and other panelists from TechCrunch loved it. And they picked up a whopping 2,000 pre-release orders. Only problem is they weren't exactly ready to take that kind of volume. So they toured suppliers around Asia for months and worked overtime in hotel rooms fixing design and architecture issues. And in 2009 they were finally ready and took 25,000 orders, shipping about one fifth of them. That device was called the Fitbit Tracker and took on a goal of 10,000 steps that became a popular goal in Japan in the 1960s. It's a little money-clip sized device with just one button that shows the status towards that 10,000 step goal. And once synchronized we could not only see tons of information about how many calories we burned and other statistics but we could also see Those first orders were sold directly through the web site. The next batch would be much different, going through Best Buy. The margins selling directly were much better and so they needed to tune those production lines. They went to four stores, then ten times that, then 15 times that. They announced the Fitbit Ultra in 2011. Here we got a screen that showed a clock but also came with a stopwatch. That would evolve into the Fitbit One in 2012. Bluetooth now allowed us to sync with our phones. That original device would over time evolve to the Zip and then the Inspire Clip. They grew fast in those first few years and enjoyed a large swathe of the market initially, but any time one vendor proves a market others are quick to fast-follow. The Nike Fuelband came along in 2012. There were also dozens of cheap $15 knock-offs in stores like Fry's. But those didn't have nearly as awesome an experience. A simple experience was the Fitbit Flex, released in 2013. The Fitbit could now be worn on the wrist. It looked more like the original tracker but a little smaller so it could slide in and out of a wristband. It could vibrate so could wake us up and remind us to get up and move. And the Fitbit Force came out that year, which could scroll through information on the screen, like our current step count. But that got some bad press for the nickel used on the device so the Charge came out the next year, doing much of the same stuff. And here we see the price slowly going up from below a hundred dollars to $130 as new models with better accelerometers came along. In 2014 they released a mobile app for all the major mobile platforms that allowed us to track devices through Bluetooth and opened up a ton of options to show other people our information. Chuck Schumer was concerned about privacy but the options for fitness tracking were about to explode in the other direction, becoming even less private. That's the same year the LG G Watch came out, sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip. The ocean was getting redder and devices were becoming more like miniature computers that happened to do tracking as well. After Android Wear was released in 2014, now called Wear OS, the ocean was bound to get much, much redder. And yet, they continued to grow and thrive. They did an IPO, or Initial Public Offering, in 2015 on the back of selling over 21 million devices. They were ready to reach a larger market. Devices were now in stores like Walmart and Target, and they had badges. It was an era of gamification and they were one of the best in the market at that. Walk enough steps to have circumnavigated the sun? There's a badge for that. Walk the distance of the Nile? There's a badge for that. Do a round trip to the moon and back? Yup, there's a badge for that as well. And we could add friends in the app. Now we could compete to see who got more steps on the day. And of course some people cheated. Once I was wearing a Fitbit on my wrist I got 60,000 steps one day as I painted the kitchen. So we sometimes didn't even mean to cheat. And an ecosystem had sprung up around Fitbit. Like Fitstar, a personal training coach, which got acquired by Fitbit and rebranded as Fitbit Coach. 2015 was also when the Apple Watch was released. The Apple Watch added many of the same features like badges and similar statistics. By then there were models of the Fitbit that could show who was calling our phone or display a text message we got. And that was certainly part of the Wear OS for of Android. But those other devices were more expensive and Fitbit was still able to own the less expensive part of the market and spend on R&D to still compete at the higher end. They were flush with cash by 2016 so while selling 22 million more devices, they bought Coin and Pebble that year, taking in technology developed through crowdfunding sources and helping mass market it. That's the same year we got the Fitbit Alta, effectively merging the Charge and Alta and we got HR models of some devices, which stands for Heart Rate. Yup, they could now track that too. They bought Vector Watch SRL in 2017, the same year they released the Ionic smartwatch, based somewhat on the technology acquired from Pebble. But the stock took a nosedive, and the market capitalization was cut in half. They added weather to the Ionic and merged that tech with that from the Blaze, released the year before. Here, we see technology changing quickly - Pebble was merged with Blaze but Wear OS from Google and Watch OS from Apple were forcing changes all the faster. The apps on other platforms were a clear gap as were the sensors baked into so many different integrated circuit packages. But Fitbit could still compete. In 2018 they released a cheaper version of the smartwatch called the Versa. They also released an API that allowed for a considerable amount of third party development, as well as Fitbit OS 3. They also bought Twine Health in 2018 Partnered with Adidas in 2018 for the ionic. Partnered with Blue Cross Blue Shield to reduce insurance rates 2018 released the Charge 3 with oxygen saturation sensors and a 40% larger screen than the Charge 2. From there the products got even more difficult to keep track of, as they poked at every different corner of the market. The Inspire, Inspire HR, Versa 2, Versa Lite, Charge 4, Versa 3, Sense, Inspire 2, Luxe. I wasn't sure if they were going to figure out the killer device or not when Fitbit was acquired by Google in 2021. And that's where their story ends and the story of the ubiquitous ecosystem of Google begins. Maybe they continue with their own kernels or maybe they're moving all of their devices to WearOS. Maybe Google figures out how to pull together all of their home automation and personal tracking devices into one compelling offer. Now they get to compete with Amazon who now has the Halo to help attack the bottom of the market. Or maybe Google leaves the Fitbit team alone to do what they do. Fitbit has sold over 100 million devices and sports well over 25 million active users. The Apple Watch surpassed that number and blew right past it. WearOS lives in a much more distributed environment where companies like Asus, Samsung, and LG sell products but it appears to have a similar installation base. And it's a market still growing and likely looking for a leader, as it's easy to imagine a day when most people have a smart watch. But the world has certainly changed since Mark Weiser was the Chief Technologist at the famed Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, or Xerox Parc in 1988 when he coined the term "ubiquitous computing.” Technology hadn't entered every aspect of our lives at the time like it has now. The team at Fitbit didn't invent wearables. George Atwood invented them in 1783. That was mostly pulleys and mechanics. Per V. Brüel first commercialized the piezoelectric accelerometer in 1943. It certainly took a long time to get packaged into an integrated circuit and from there it took plenty of time to end up on my belt loop. But from there it took less than a few years to go on my wrist and then once there were apps for all the things true innovation came way faster. Because it turns out that once we open up a bunch of APIs, we have no idea the amazing things people use with what then go from devices to platforms. But none of that would have happened had Fitbit not helped prove the market was ready for Weiser's ubiquitous computing. And now we get to wrestle with the fallout while innovation is moving even faster. Because telemetry is the opposite of privacy. And if we forget to protect just one of those API endpoints, like not implementing rate throttling or messing up the permissions, or leaving a micro-service open to all the things, we can certainly end up telling the world all about things. Because the world is watching, whether we think we're important enough to watch or not.
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Just when you've finally convinced everyone to work mobile-first, the world goes multimodal. If you're not already working on how you might need to plan for voice interaction and conversation design, physical interaction, and even augmented reality, don't worry - you'renot alone. We sat down with Cheryl Platz (author, and now Director of UX, Player Platform for Riot Games) to learn how to adapt our products.Featured Links: Follow Cheryl on LinkedIn and Twitter | Cheryl's Website | Cheryl's book 'Design Beyond Devices: Creating Multimodal, Cross-Device Experiences' | Capturing Customer Context - free downloadable worksheets | 'How Calm Technology Can Help Us Be More Human' talk by Amber Case
Dieter Bohn sits down with Google CEO Sundar Pichai and SVP of Devices and Services at Google Rick Osterloh to discuss the launch of the Pixel 6 — including its tensor processing chip, the Android ecosystem, and what makes this Pixel launch different from the rest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices