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Jagdzeit
#66 Dries van Coller - Südafrikas Fels im Sturm

Jagdzeit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 43:05


Dries van Coller hat zum schwierigst möglichen Zeitpunkt die Präsidentschaft des südafrikanischen Berufsjägerverbandes PHASA übernommen. Die ganze Welt schaute auf das Thema Löwenjagd – und Südafrika wurde an den Pranger gestellt für die Praxis mancher Anbieter, Löwen im Gatter schießen zu lassen. Dies hat mit Jagd tatsächlich nichts zu tun(!), wird aber in der Öffentlichkeit gleichgesetzt mit „Trophäenjagd in Afrika“. Dass das Thema komplex und durchaus schwierig ist, legt Dries van Coller in diesem Podcast dar. Er gibt spannende Einblicke ins südafrikanische System und wartet mit wichtigen Fakten auf, die zeigen, warum er für die Jagd, nicht nur in Südafrika, sondern letztlich weltweit, kämpft.

DigiMarCon Podcast
When Persuasion Turns into Deception, Consumers Lose - Dries Cuijpers, Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM)

DigiMarCon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 49:11


With the extensive use of customer data, AI and behavioural insights based on testing, there is an enormous potential for businesses to influence consumers through their e-commerce activities. It is allowed to persuade customers to make a purchase. However, misleiding consumers is prohibited. Online marketing techniques may cross the red line more often than you think. This presentation will tell you when and what you could do to prevent it. Key Takeaways:The presentation will provide understanding of the legal limits to the use of persuasive online markting techniques. It will descibe the risks and harm to consumers and how to prevent those.Check out upcoming DigiMarCon Digital Marketing, Media and Advertising Conferences & Exhibitions Worldwide at https://digimarcon.com/events/

Radboud Reflects, verdiepende lezingen
The Queen is Dead, Long Live the King Cultural scientist Dennis Kersten, historian Dries Raeymaekers

Radboud Reflects, verdiepende lezingen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 30:43


Why has the death of queen Elizabeth II touched such a nerve in Great Britain? The dynastic succession is one of a series of turning points that the country is facing, argues cultural scientist Dennis Kersten. He forecasts that the death of the queen can either break or heal a polarising UK. The deaths of monarchs, historian Dries Raeymaekers argues, are the moments at which dynasties are most vulnerable. Like a family firm, the House of Windsor wants to continue their business and their mystique. Raeymaekers: ‘The end of the magic, is the end of the monarchy'. Learn from cultural scientist Dennis Kersten and historian Dries Raeymaekers about the consequences of the death of queen Elizabeth. The Queen is Dead, Long Live the King | Current Affairs Lecture by cultural scientist Dennis Kersten and historian Dries Raeymaekers Wednesday, 14 September 2022 | 12.35 – 13.15 hrs | Theatre Hall C, Radboud University Radboud Reflects and VOX Read the review: https://www.ru.nl/radboudreflects/terugblik/terugblik-2022/terugblik-2022/22-09-14-the-queen-dead-long-live-the-king-current/ Or watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtjPUQ1jNbw Never want to miss a podcast again? Subscribe to this channel! Also don't forget to like this podcast! Radboud Reflects organizes in-depth lectures about philosophy, religion, ethics, science and society, check our website for upcoming in-depth (English) lectures: www.ru.nl/radboudreflects/agenda/english-lectures/ Do you want to stay up to date about our activities? Please sign in for the English newsletter: www.ru.nl/rr/newsletter

Ignis webmagazine
Jezuïet Dries Van Den Akker is ongeneeslijk ziek en bruist van het leven

Ignis webmagazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 64:01


Jezuïet Dries van den Akker (1945) is ongeneeslijk ziek maar wie hem ontmoet, treft een man aan die levenslust uitstraalt. Wat is zijn geheim? Dries, de manier waarop je met je ziekte omgaat doet vermoeden dat je een positief mens bent, optimistisch, is dat zo? Anderen zeggen het. Toen ik ziek werd zei ik tegen mensen in mijn omgeving: let op dat ik niet chagrijnig, negatief of brommerig word, want dat zou ik echt niet willen. Ik kan de ziekte accepteren als een voldongen feit en in alle rust overwegen dat menselijkerwijze het einde redelijk nabij is. En dat verontrust me helemaal niet. Eigenlijk houdt de naderende dood mij niet bezig. Wat mij veel meer bezighoudt is Diegene die mij ooit geroepen heeft om jezuïet te worden. Mijn hele leven heeft zijn aanwezigheid mij veiligheid en een gevoel van geborgenheid gegeven. Nu ervaar ik die aanwezigheid als troostend. Ik heb geen enkele reden om eraan te twijfelen dat dat ophoudt. Ik ga ervan uit dat dat, om zo te zeggen, gewoon doorgaat.  Is er geen boosheid geweest in de trant van: ik had er nog wel 10 jaar bij willen hebben? Nee, helemaal niet. Mijn leven is nog niet voorbij, maar dat het zo gaat, is goed. Op die manier ben ik ook opgehouden met lesgeven. Ik werd jezuïet met het verzoek om te mogen lesgeven en dat heb ik 43 jaar met plezier en inzet gedaan en toen het eenmaal af was was het af. Ik heb nog één week al het materiaal bewaard en het toen opgeruimd. En dat voelde heel goed. Het was voorbij. Er waren mensen die vroegen of ik er niet naar terug verlangde. Neen, er was ook geen afschuw maar neen, het was voorbij.

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
The Dirt Dries Out - Dirt 207

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 40:49


There have been an awful lot of news stories lately featuring “lost” sites or structures “revealed” by the effects of drought and climate change. Way to look on the positive side, I guess! We'll take a look at some of these sites and more broadly, the effects of climate change on current archaeology. Both of your tired hosts were a bit punchy during recording, so this episode is ever so slightly goofy despite the gravity of the topic. But we hope you enjoy it! Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Links Drought is revealing archeological sites that were submerged when Lake Powell filled : NPR Elizabeth Kolbert, The Sixth Extinction: WorldCat A fourth set of human remains is found at Lake Mead as the water level keeps dropping: NPR Lake Mead reveals sunken WWII-era boat as water levels plummet - CBS News Unexploded World War II bomb found in Italy's longest river as waters run dry - CBS News Hidden ancient Roman 'Bridge of Nero' emerges from the Tiber during severe drought | Live Science Drought Reveals Dolmen of Guadalperal, Popularly Dubbed ‘Spanish Stonehenge' | Smart News| Smithsonian Magazine When context is key: “Hunger stones” go viral, but news first broke in 2018 | Ars Technica Are 'Hunger Stones' Emerging Along Europe's Rivers Due to 2022 Drought? | Snopes.com The Bronze Age city in Iraq gifted to archeology by drought | Science Contact Email the Dirt Podcast: thedirtpodcast@gmail.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

The Dirt Podcast
The Dirt Dries Out - Ep 207

The Dirt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 40:49


There have been an awful lot of news stories lately featuring “lost” sites or structures “revealed” by the effects of drought and climate change. Way to look on the positive side, I guess! We'll take a look at some of these sites and more broadly, the effects of climate change on current archaeology. Both of your tired hosts were a bit punchy during recording, so this episode is ever so slightly goofy despite the gravity of the topic. But we hope you enjoy it! Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Links Drought is revealing archeological sites that were submerged when Lake Powell filled : NPR Elizabeth Kolbert, The Sixth Extinction: WorldCat A fourth set of human remains is found at Lake Mead as the water level keeps dropping: NPR Lake Mead reveals sunken WWII-era boat as water levels plummet - CBS News Unexploded World War II bomb found in Italy's longest river as waters run dry - CBS News Hidden ancient Roman 'Bridge of Nero' emerges from the Tiber during severe drought | Live Science Drought Reveals Dolmen of Guadalperal, Popularly Dubbed ‘Spanish Stonehenge' | Smart News| Smithsonian Magazine When context is key: “Hunger stones” go viral, but news first broke in 2018 | Ars Technica Are 'Hunger Stones' Emerging Along Europe's Rivers Due to 2022 Drought? | Snopes.com The Bronze Age city in Iraq gifted to archeology by drought | Science Contact Email the Dirt Podcast: thedirtpodcast@gmail.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

Proactive - Interviews for investors
The Crypto Report: Bitcoin pulls ahead as Ethereum's pre-Merge rally dries up

Proactive - Interviews for investors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 1:35


Bitcoin continues to outperform Ethereum in the crypto markets after weeks of the opposite, as investors pull out of long-ETH positions in the lead up to the landmark Ethererum Merge scheduled for this Thursday. BTC added a further 3% this morning and remains bullish at the time of writing with a US$22,400 price tag, while ETH saw a fractional decline to US$1,720. The crypto markets as a whole are at US$1.07 trillion after adding 1.2%, further encouraged by strong price action in the network token space. Solana (SOL) in particular outperformed – and indeed has been outperforming for a good week now – by adding double digits in the past 24 hours, bringing its market capitalisation up to US$13.5bn. Solana's strong performance is partially attributed to record NFT activity on the blockchain. Polygon and Avalanche also performed well in the blockchain space, while Cardano pulled back slightly. Both Terra LUNA tokens – community-supported LUNC and disgraced Terraform Labs founder Do Kwon's relaunched LUNA token – suffered heavy losses today of nearly 20% each. Also bearish this morning were Helium (HNT), Loopring (LRC) and decentralised exchanges Curve and PancakeSwap. The decentralised finance (DeFi) space as a whole currency has US$59.3 in total value locked across all protocols. #ProactiveInvestors #crypto #Bitcoin #Ethereum #EthereumMerge

Free Reformed Church of Mundijong
The Ascension Of The Lamb Dries The Tears Of Men

Free Reformed Church of Mundijong

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 34:00


Read - Genesis 1-26-28- 49-8-12- Revelation 5-Text - Revelation 5-5 --THE ASCENSION OF THE LAMB DRIES THE TEARS OF MEN.-1. The cause of the tears-2. The answer to the tears

Ascension of Jesus on SermonAudio
The Ascension Of The Lamb Dries The Tears Of Men

Ascension of Jesus on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 34:00


A new MP3 sermon from Free Reformed Church of Mundijong is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Ascension Of The Lamb Dries The Tears Of Men Speaker: Various Speakers Broadcaster: Free Reformed Church of Mundijong Event: Sunday - AM Date: 9/11/2022 Bible: Genesis 49:8-12; Revelation 5 Length: 34 min.

Preken - Christengemeente Londerzeel
Wees geen oen: laat je oma thuis - Dries

Preken - Christengemeente Londerzeel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 29:52


The Montpelier Happy Hour
When the flood of money dries up

The Montpelier Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 57:02


September 9, 2022 (prerecorded 9/7): Journalist John Walters takes a break from writing about the lead-up to the General Election to discuss the state's ratcheting back of emergency housing assistance. Vermont's response to keeping people housed during the deepest of the pandemic was stellar. What now? Theme music by Red Heart the Ticker: http://rhtt.net (http://rhtt.net)

Men Of Honour
How Her Sympathy For You (Dries Up Her Pu$$¥)

Men Of Honour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 18:04


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Real Vision Crypto
A Bitcoin Mining Pool Dries Up

Real Vision Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 40:50


Poolin, one of the world's largest Bitcoin mining pools, has suspended withdrawals from its wallet service, blaming a "dull crypto market." At the top of today's Real Vision Crypto Daily Briefing, Nico Brugge and Ash Bennington explain how mining pools work and what Poolin's problems mean for the broader Bitcoin market. Also up for discussion are Binance's bold move to auto-convert some rival stablecoins into its own BUSD later this month, a regulatory change in the UK, and the launch of FIFA's NFT collection on the Algorand blockchain, as the build-up to World Cup 2022 continues. Finally, Nico and Ash go deep into a conversation with Darius Dale, the founder and CEO of 42 Macro, about the prevailing macro environment and what it means for price action in the crypto market. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Betrouwbare Bronnen
288 - Wachten op Remkes. Welke crisis ligt op de loer bij Rutte IV?

Betrouwbare Bronnen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 101:44


De Italiaanse premier Mario Draghi stapte op en in het Verenigd Koninkrijk kwam Boris Johnson ten val. Kabinetscrisissen alom in Europa. En in ons land is ook van alles aan de hand. Rutte IV beleeft een roerige zomer waarin crisissen zich opstapelen (Energiecrisis! Stikstofcrisis! Asielcrisis!). CDA-aanvoerder Wopke Hoekstra trok voor het front van zijn collega's een gele kaart en in alle vier de coalitiepartijen roert de achterban zich. Het wachten is ondertussen op Johan Remkes, de architect van dit kabinet die als 'gespreksleider' de stikstofcrisis moet oplossen.Jaap Jansen en PG Kroeger duiken in de politieke geschiedenis. Ze analyseren hoe, waarom en in welke omstandigheden coalities dusdanig in beroering raken dat een crisissfeer onvermijdelijk wordt. En ze kijken wát er dan gebeurt en hóe de val van kabinetten zich dan voltrekt. Een leerzaam verhaal voor nu.Er zijn vier patronen van crisistoestanden in coalities.Zo is er de onmin tussen Kamerfracties en een kabinet wat zelf stevige eensgezindheid vertoont. Fameus voorbeeld hiervan is het kabinet-Cals (1965-1966).Maar ook gedoe binnen een kabinetsploeg terwijl de coalitiefracties elkaar goed vasthouden is een bekend patroon. Ruud Lubbers zei over het kabinet-Van Agt/Den Uyl/Terlouw (1981-1982) dat hij met zijn collega-fractievoorzitters vergeefs 'aldoor met zuurstofmaskers aan kwam zetten'.En dan zijn er de crises rond specifieke bewindslieden, zoals premier Jan Peter Bakenende tweemaal achtereen ondervond.Tenslotte is er de crisis die ontstaat doordat een kabinet 'de gunfactor' kwijt is, intern en onderling, zoals Joop den Uyl en later Wim Kok moesten ervaren.Het soort coalitiecrisis zegt soms maar weinig over de aard van de val van een kabinet. De diepere oorzaak is lang niet altijd de feitelijke aanleiding! Ook hier zien we vier typen ondergang. En die zijn extra leerzaam voor Rutte IV.Zo is er de val waarbij een sleutelfiguur - zoals de premier - zélf de stekker uit het kabinet trekt. Fameus is hoe Ruud Lubbers dat deed in 1989 en zeker ook hoe Maxime Verhagen en Gerrit Zalm dat in 2002 deden bij Balkenende I.Een ander type kabinetsval is waarbij een premier de greep op de coalitie en zijn collega's kwijtraakt, zoals bij Balkenende II (2003-2006).Daarnaast kennen we de ondergang waarbij voor een van de coalitiepartners de pijn te zwaar opweegt tegen de plussen van een gezamenlijke lijn. De PvdA van Wouter Bos gaf daar in 2010 een sterk voorbeeld van.En tenslotte is er de val die eindeloos gerekt wordt doordat onvoorziene omstandigheden of incidenten de feitelijke ondergang blokkeren. Zowel Willem Drees als Den Uyl beleefden dat - met dank aan het Oranjehuis.Jaap en PG tasten tenslotte nog even af waar de huidige situatie van Rutte IV het dichtst bij lijkt te komen.***Deze aflevering is mede mogelijk gemaakt door donaties van luisteraars via Vriend van de Show. Sponsoring of adverteren is ook mogelijk. Stuur een mailtje naar adverteren@dagennacht.nl voor informatie.***Hieronder nog meer informatie. Op Apple kun je soms niet alles lezen. De complete tekst vind je altijd hier***Verder lezenJaap Stam & Pieter Gerrit Kroeger - De rogge staat er dun bij, macht en verval van het CDA 1974-1998Joris Backer - Tussen droom en daad, D'66 en de politieke crisisDuco Hellema & Margriet van Lith - Dat hadden we nooit moeten doen, de PvdA en de neoliberale revolutie van de jaren negentig***Verder luisteren213 - Van Agt/Den Uyl/Terlouw (1981), de verschrikkelijkste kabinetsformatie ooit180 - Kabinetsformatie 2021: Hoe Mark Rutte de eenzaamste man van het Binnenhof werd173 - Onder de pragmatische Mark Rutte werd de VVD de grootste, maar ook kwetsbaar164 - Dries van Agt 90 - Eigenzinnig politicus, paradijsvogel, wereldburger127 - De geheime politieke memoires van Ruud Lubbers123 – Hoe de PvdA in de greep kwam van het neoliberalisme88 - Leven en werk van onderwijsvernieuwer Jos van Kemenade***Tijdlijn00:00:00 – Deel 100:55:13 – Deel 201:41:44 – Einde Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Climate Connections
California's drought dries up steady work for farmworkers

Climate Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 1:31


Some workers are moving or taking up additional jobs. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/

River Of Grace Bible Church
What happens when the brook dries up?

River Of Grace Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 40:00


New England Weekend
Last Stop (For Now) on the MBTA Orange Line, and the Drought Dries Up Massachusetts

New England Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 36:50


The MBTA's Orange Line officially closed Friday night for a month of critical repairs. The leadup to the closure was swift and full of confusion, and commuters are preparing for what's expected to be a horrific month of travel. WBZ NewsRadio reporter Karyn Regal, who has been watching the situation as it develops, joins Nichole to talk about how things got to this point and what's expected to come out of the unprecedented closure. Almost half of Massachusetts is currently in what's considered an "extreme drought". Rain has been hard to come by this year across the entire state, with rivers and ponds drying up and lawns turning brown and crunchy. Vandana Rao, the Director of Water Policy for the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, explains what's happening with our weather patterns and has an update on how well the Commonwealth's water supply is holding up amid the dry conditions.

De Snobcast
Dubben over doelen

De Snobcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 35:33


Jort gaat nat met een biertje in zijn knuist. Voor eerherstel doet hij een drankje met Dries. Yvo smeert salie en majoraan tegen de verzengende zon. De snobs schepen in met Slavische hulpverloofdes in st. Tropez, en leren manifesteren met Selfhelp Sanny. Desondanks blijft Yvo dubben over zijn doelen.

AP Audio Stories
European drought dries up rivers, kills fish, shrivels crops

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 0:43


AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Europe-Drought.

CNN News Briefing
9 AM ET: Climate bill one step closer, ex-VA police officer sentenced, Dijon dries up

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 4:19


In this episode we bring you the latest on the Mar-a-Lago search fallout, with news that CNN and other news organizations have asked a court to unseal all the documents connected to the search of Trump's residence. The Democrats' Inflation Reduction Act is expected to take a giant step to the finish line today. A fired VA police officer has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for taking part in the January 6 insurrection. The CDC has revised its Covid-19 guidance - we'll tell you what you need to know. And finally, France is running out of its precious mustard.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

The Sam + Jo VA Show
#117 What To Do When The Work Dries Up

The Sam + Jo VA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 15:47


Being in business is likened to riding a roller coaster. There are heart pumping highs and anxiety ridden lows. The key to building a sustainable business is learning to ride out both without spewing – or panicking – or both. It's not unusual for the work to dry up or for multiple clients finish up simultaneously - so be prepared. In this episode you'll learn: The easiest ways to bring in more work – FAST!How to avoid projecting the desperation you're feeling.How Jo's team responds to a down-turn. Just starting out on your VA journey? The 7 Step Start Up Formula to Setting Up Your Virtual Assistant Business is the mini-course that's helped thousands of aspiring VAs launch and land their first client! Are you an established VA looking to scale? Join the Members Club Mastermind for established virtual assistants looking to level up their business. Make more money, get more clients and grow your team today! Sam + Jo xo

Welcome to TheInquisitor Podcast
How Can You Guarantee Your Pipeline Is Full When Your Network Dries Up?

Welcome to TheInquisitor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 56:00


"What do you do when the referrals from your network dry up?", asks Christian Banach. One option is outbound, but this is a very different proposition to working ones warm market. You have to modify your expectations. These deals usually take longer, have much lower conversion rates and the thinking behind such campaigns is usually fatally flawed, short term and selfish. Christian and I discuss the importance of establishing realistic expectations between the agency and the client. Cold campaigns as frequently a knee jerk reaction to a weak pipeline and looming failure to hit quota. We explore how the best results come NOT form focusing on short term pipeline, but using cold to develop coverage and warm relationships, so that when they move from passive to active looking you are the only show in town. Lively, challenging and insightful, you can contact Christian via https://www.linkedin.com/in/christianbanach/ Website: christianbanach.com (Company) Phone: +1 630-215-8275 (Mobile) -- If you want the last laugh, get someone to coach and support you through this coming recession so you thrive and get promoted without the usual stress. If not me, maybe someone I know. Either way, email marcus@laughs-last.com to chat or book a time over Zoom on https://calendly.com/marcuscauchi/discovery-call-15-mins  

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie
More Bodies Found as Lake Mead Dries Up

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:13


Got an opinion? If you're listening on the iHeartRadio app, tap the red microphone icon to record & send us your thoughts. Don't have the app? Get it free here ---> https://news.iheart.com/apps/ Follow WGY on social media: instagram.com/wgyradio twitter.

Spectator Radio
The Week in 60 Minutes: Trump's FBI raid & Britain dries up

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 59:36


Katy Balls, The Spectator's deputy political editor, speaks to Freddy Gray, our deputy editor, about the FBI raid of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence: ‘There's some desperation to get Trump. It's self-defeating because it justifies his narrative that the “deep state” is out to get him.' – Freddy Gray Matt Purple, online editor of The Spectator's world edition, joins Freddy. On the rest of the show, our political editor James Forsyth and the American Enterprise Institute's Elisabeth Braw, an expert on resilience, discuss where our water industry went so wrong. Political journalists Patrick O'Flynn and Isabel Oakeshott give their takes on the Tory leadership contest. Christopher Howse, of the Telegraph and The Spectator, explains the joy of a newspaper's letters page. Get full digital access to The Spectator for just £1 a week – www.spectator.co.uk/tvoffer

Canucks Conversation
Episode 285 "The weird open market" ft. Sheldon Dries

Canucks Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 61:05


Another week, another podcast.Today, we're joined by Abbotsford Canucks forward Sheldon Dries, and talk about the UFA market this offseason. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Science & Technology - Voice of America
Saving Small Fish as Big US River Dries Up - August 05, 2022

Science & Technology - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 5:14


WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast
EP 47 - The Most Awesome Founder Talent Recordings #5 with Sufyan Osamah

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:50


In Episode 47 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, Dries talks to Sufyan Osamah, who just finished the latest WHU accelerator program. With his co-founder Nikolaus Ridder, he developed HonestDog, a platform to connect reputable breeders and shelters with people who want to buy their dogs more responsibly. Man's best friend is far from a mere platitude when Sufyan speaks about how the presence of dogs, even in adverse circumstances, impacted him as a child. Unfortunately, this also brought some tragic experiences as a dog owner for the first time. Luckily, he could keep his remarkable compassion and interest for dogs and turn it into a business with the overarching goal of improving the lives of dogs by changing the intransparent way they are sold in Germany.  We hope you enjoy this pawsome podcast!   Chapters: (02:03) Sufyan's trajectory to Germany (04:58) First experiences with pets in Sufyan's childhood (07:36) Sufyan's personal story about his first dog Romeo (11:29) How was the idea for HonestDog born? (14:41) The pain points on the side of dog breeders (16:32) HonestDogs' value propositions (19:08) The mission of HonestDog (20:17) The ethical foundation for HonestDog (22:23) Sufyan's vision for HonestDog

When The Ink Dries
When The INK Dries [THE Podcast] Is Coming

When The Ink Dries

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 1:25


When The INK Dries [THE Podcast] Is Coming Here's what to expect from this podcast.... Expect to laugh Expect to cry Get your pens ready because each episode will get you closer and closer to finishing another page of your book! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whentheinkdries/support

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
Crypto Liquidity Dries Up

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 7:54


Another day where there isn't a great deal going on. Long options for cryptotraders fell with MATIC and EOS to kick the day off but has since gone quiet. There is equal opportunity for further upside as there is downside with weekly trends weak and daily trends (in many cases up). ETH, DOGE, BNB, XRP, ADA, BTC, DOT, AVAX and TRX all tracking slowly. Let's see if we get something in the evening session Learn How To Trade FREE eBook: https://bit.ly/2VoIDzDFREE Online Course: https://bit.ly/2WVD77X Discounts and Promotions 10% OFF Trading Fees at FTX: https://bit.ly/tcftxten30% OFF Taker Fees at Bybit: https://bit.ly/tcbybitpromo10% Discount at Binance: http://bit.ly/2ta6OUu Join the Trader Cobb Community! YouTube: http://bit.ly/34M6GrdFacebook: http://bit.ly/2q1JBSCTwitter: http://bit.ly/33x7gsIInstagram: http://bit.ly/2K8vrWJLinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2PZTB9PTradingView: http://bit.ly/33FsXak See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dry Clean Only: Conversations on Fashion & Style
Episode 17: Conversation with BIRD BROOKLYN founder, retailer Jen Mankins

Dry Clean Only: Conversations on Fashion & Style

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 50:43


Dry Clean Only: Conversations on Fashion + Style In this episode, fashion-insider, host Kristen Cole (in NYC) sits with BIRD BROOKLYN founder, industry-veteran Jen Mankins (in Stockholm) to discuss what's she's been up to and all things multi-brand retail. The women discuss the specialty retail implosion in and around 2020, her decision to close her much-loved, quintessential Brooklyn boutique brand BIRD BROOKLYN (after 21 years in business), pivoting, new motherhood, Jen's recent move from Brooklyn to Sweden, Scandi design, prints, maximalism, Brooklyn restaurants and bars, Stockholm bakeries, Brutalist food, fashion's over-saturated market, the broken wholesale-retail model, Rachel Comey Fond sweatshirts, Dries van Noten, Max Mara, and her new interior design projects. Kristen also touches on her recent trip to Milan, multi-brand retail and more... Enjoy!

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
Lauren Sherman's Thingies and It's a Trip, Not a Vacation

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 51:03 Very Popular


Who better to talk Thingies with than Lauren Sherman, the chief correspondent at The Business of Fashion and the host of their wonderful—and quick!—new podcast The Debrief?! NOBODY. She fills us in on the third-wave coffee movement (We have a lot of questions.), a great investment T-shirt, and the trick that keeps her kid well-rested while traveling. Speaking of travel: There is a difference between a trip and a vacation, and we'd like to manage some expectations.   Listen to The Debrief—it has as feeling more fashion-industry-informed than we have in years.   Lauren has a LOT of insight on third-wave coffee and natural-process coffee beans. Some of her favorite places to get them: Andytown in San Franciso, Heart Coffee Roasters in Portland, Oregon, Tandem Coffee Roasters in Portland, Maine, 49th Parallel in Vancouver, Cafe integral in NYC, Dune Coffee Roasters in Santa Barbara, and Kumquat Coffee & Tea in Los Angeles. She's also passionate about Three Trees almondmilk and making coffee with an AeroPress.   If you're looking for a stand-out T-shirt, Lauren loves Dries van Noten's. If you find yourself in Europe, scoop ‘em up there for better prices—or keep an eye on Yoox and The Outnet for deals. Other especially good brands for tees: James Perse and the men's dept. of Comme des Garçons.    When hitting the road with a baby, Lauren highly recommends bringing a SnoozeShade for Pack 'n Plays.   How do you order stuff that doesn't ship to the U.S.? Lauren uses Reship.com for that, and KoreaBuddy is a good option for items from Korea specifically.    We 1000% need some new catchphrases. Share your thoughts with us at 833-632-5463, podcast@athingortwohq.com, or @athingortwohq. And for more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership.   Support your immune system with Athletic Greens and get a one-year supply of Vitamin D and five free travel packs with your first purchase when you use our link. Turn to Thinx and get $10 off your first order when you visit rethinkyourcycyle.com and use the code ATHINGORTWO. Treat kids to Little Passports and get 20% off when you use our link.   Get comfy with Bombas and take 20% off your first purchase when you use our link. Travel better with BÉIS and snag 15% off your first purchase with our link. YAY.   Produced by Dear Media

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast
EP 45 - The Awesome Founder Inspiration Session #4 with Gerrit McGowan & Dries Faems

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 78:05


In episode 45 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, we are back with the fourth episode of the Awesome Founder Inspiration Sessions with Gerrit McGowan and Dries Faems. Continuing the format from the previous episode, they discuss a few thought-provoking topics: - How does virtual work affect creativity? - Do flexible work opportunities have inherent biases? - Can the introduction of a middle management layer actually drive innovation in startups? - How can startups become more competitive when hiring tech talent? - A curious case of robots being given rest days in Germany! - Has A.I. finally become sentient? Does A.I. finally have feelings?   The episode is full of interesting insights and takeaways. So hopefully, you'll enjoy listening to it as much as we did producing.   Sources are listed on our website: www.mostawesomepodcast.com   Chapters: (01:02) Gerrit introduction (03:41) Something that made Dries learn – Should companies bring back their employees to the office? (04:44) Gerrit's thoughts on flexible working opportunities (07:30) Work environment and its impact on creativity (08:30) The difference between brainstorming online and onsite (14:32) How to design brainstorming workshops to get the best outcomes? (16:41) Having meetings outside the room and its benefits (18:44) Something that made Gerrit learn – A Mckinsey study on remote working opportunities in the US and the possible inherent biases that come along (27:05) Possible reasons for these inherent biases and surprising outcomes from the research (32:00) Something that made Dries think – How important is the middle management layer in startups? (32:50) Gerrit's thoughts on the middle management structure at early-stage startups (34:20) The impact of middle management on innovation at startups – a surprising outcome (40:36) Does innovation come from the top? (44:58) Something that made Gerrit think – how can European startups be more competitive when attracting the best tech talent (54:47) The culture around sharing salary information in Europe (57:45) What can founders and startups do to be more attractive for tech talent? (61:32) Something that made Dries laugh – German supermarket REWE's autonomous supermarket asked to take “rest” on Sunday (64:15) Something that made Gerrit laugh – A google engineer who claimed that one of Google's A.I. has become sentient (68:03) Is it possible for A.I. to become sentient in 2022? (72:50) Differentiating the human brain from an A.I. on how it processes language

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast
EP 44 - The Most Awesome Founder Talent Recordings #3 with Ege Gündüz

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 30:53


In episode 44 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, we interview Ege Gündüz, another young and driven entrepreneur from our WHU accelerator. Ege is co-founder of liftOS (formerly 10lift), a startup that wants to foster collaborative and more engaging HR processes. Join to hear how Dries and Ege discuss work experiences during Covid-19, issues with B2B business models, and the challenges driving digitization in HR. We hope you enjoy this episode!   Chapters: (02:20) Introduction of Ege (03:34) The experience of moving from Turkey to Berlin (04:41) Connecting work colleagues in Covid times (07:38) How did the first engagement activities come about? (10:27) Start of the 10lift product development journey (14:16) Pivot of the business model & focus on onboarding processes (16:04) What's the main problem with onboarding processes? (18:17) What makes LiftOS unique? (21:25) HR as a laggard in digital transformation (23:30) The challenges of a B2B business model for startups (26:12) Changing macro-economic environments and the implications for liftOS (28:34) Vision for liftOS

CNBC's
When Savings Dries Up 7/5/22

CNBC's "On the Money"

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 1:01


Your 60 second money minute. Today's topic: When Savings Dries Up

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Murray Olds: Housing stock dries up, millennials overtaking baby boomers in latest census

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:15


In a country of 25.5 million people, there are just one million vacant dwellings.Rising cost-of-living pressures have not only pushed Australia's real estate and rental prices up, but the national vacancy rate is less than 10 per cent.That's according to the 2021 Census, which has revealed while there were nearly one million new dwellings counted compared with 2016, just over one million of Australia's total 11 million dwellings are unoccupied.South Australia had among the lowest rates of housing availability, with just over 83,000 unoccupied dwellings of the total 808,000 in the state.Just over 299,000 of the 3.3 million dwellings in NSW were unoccupied. Similarly, in Victoria, there were more than 2.8 million dwellings, of which 298,000 were unoccupied.The ACT also has an issue with housing availability, with just over 12,000 of the capital's 187,000 dwellings unoccupied.Statisticians estimate many of those dwellings are vacant holiday homes or vacant investment properties.Only two-thirds of households owned their home outright or with a mortgage, and a third of Australians rent their homes.Housing Minister Julie Collins told NCA NewsWire that the Albanese government had a plan to ensure there were more affordable houses available for Australians.“Safe and affordable housing is central to the security and dignity of all Australians,” she said.“It is concerning that more and more Australians are struggling to affordably rent a home. This is the legacy of the former Liberal National government.“The Albanese government has a strong set of policies that we took to the election to help address these challenges and we are already working hard to fulfil these commitments. This is my priority.“These policies include the Housing Australia Future Fund, which will build 30,000 social and affordable housing properties nationally in its first five years.“We will introduce a national housing supply and affordability council to ensure the commonwealth plays a leadership role in increasing housing supply and improving housing affordability.”GENERATIONAL DIVIDEThere are just as many millennials as there are boomers in Australia after the country's population grew by two million people over the last five years.The 2021 Census has revealed that, within a very small margin, the number of millennials – 25 to 39-year-olds – have caught up with baby boomers” – 55 to 74-year-olds – as the largest generational groups in Australia.There are around 5.4 million people within each age group, with only 5662 more boomers than millennials.The number of millennials have increased from 20.4 per cent of the population in 2011 to 21.5 per cent in 2021, while at the same time the number of baby boomers have decreased from 25.4 per cent to 21.5 per cent.Australia has become a less religious country over the last 10 years – with over 40 per cent identifying as Christian, down from 60 per cent in 2011.Millennials and baby boomers reported very different religious affiliations – nearly 60 per cent (56.8 per cent) of baby boomers are Christian compared with 30 per cent of millennials.More than 46 per cent of millennials reported having no religion compared with 30 per cent of baby boomers.Dr Gruen said while the religion question was voluntary, 93 per cent of people answered it.“The religion question holds a special place in the Census – it is one of the few topics that has been in every one of Australia's 18 Censuses and is the only question that is voluntary,” he said.Elsewhere, the Census data found almost half of Australians had a parent born overseas, and more than 25 per cent of the population were born in another country.More than one million people have moved to Australia since 2017, with nearly a quarter of those from India.Language wise, more than 5.5 million people speak a language other than English at home, with Mandarin still the most common tongue.- by Ellen Ransley, news.com.au

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast
EP 42 - The Most Awesome Founder Talent Recordings #2 with Chenchen Cao

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 23:45


In episode 42 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, we interview another exciting entrepreneurial talent from the WHU accelerator. Chenchen Cao is co-founder of Power Mind Club, a startup that wants to improve couple relationships through counseling offers and a caring community. Chenchen and Dries discuss mental health as a vital part of Power Mind Club and the day-to-day entrepreneurial business. Tune in when Chenchen tells how her startup is trying to overcome the stigma many still have against couples counseling because long-lasting, happy relationships should be worth working on! We hope you enjoy this lovely talk! Chapters: (02:06) Introduction of Chenchen and her start in Germany (04:17) How did her parents' relationship influence her desire to found this start-up? (05:30) The trigger and the early story of Power Mind Club (08:10) The value and stigma of couple counseling (11:11) Social events of Power Mind Club and the community aspect (13:30) What are the different facets of the Power Mind Club? (14:55) Entrepreneurial ventures and mental health (18:48) How do Chenchen's parents look at her entrepreneurial spirit? (20:53) The vision for Power Mind Club

Peaks Fly Fishing Podcast
Fly Fishing Podcast - Chasing Trout On Dries

Peaks Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 31:40


In this episode, David explores a more urban environment and discovers a stunning piece of river. The mayfly hatch has peaked but surely a few Trout will take an interest in his Grey Wulf!

CTO Connection
Short Byte: Joris Dries - Growing vs hiring leaders: a case study

CTO Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 27:55


When Joris Dries, CTO of Resonate Solutions in Sydney lost his team lead in the middle of a growth spurt, he had to figure out how he could keep on scaling the team while also filling the leadership gap. He started the process of looking for a new team lead, but after three months realized that he needed a "plan B" to ensure he could keep the team growing and productive. In this episode we look at his approach, experiences and lessons learned.PARTNERThanks to our partner CloudZero — Cloud Cost Intelligence Platform. Control cost and drive better decisions with CloudZero cloud cost intelligence. The CloudZero platform provides visibility into cloud spend without the typical pitfalls of legacy cloud cost management tools, like endless tagging or clunky Kubernetes support. Optimize unit economics, decentralize cost data to engineering, and create a shared language between finance and technical teams. CloudZero helps you organize cloud spending better than anyone else.Join companies like Drift, Rapid7, and SeatGeek by visiting cloudzero.com/ctoconnection to get started.

As It Is - Voice of America
Iraq's Lake Sawa Dries Up Signaling Water Shortage - June 14, 2022

As It Is - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 4:09


As It Is - Voice of America
A Lake Dries Up as Chile's Severe Lack of Rain Continues - June 14, 2022

As It Is - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 3:58


Trivial Warfare - Blitz
Greenfield vs Dries vs ONeill

Trivial Warfare - Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 11:08 Very Popular


We're diving in with episode 3 of wave 31 of Blitz. What happened to episodes 1 and 2? Tim explains that a bit at the beginning. But the main event this week is Benjamin Greenfield, Bobby Dries, and Jack O'Neill battling it out to see who will be facing Jonathan Schwanbeck and Rowan Ward next week in the championship!

In Het Wiel
S5E43: Giro Etappe 18: De winnaar krijgt morgen zijn gewicht in 'Kolovrat'

In Het Wiel

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 28:51


Krijg nu tot en met 6 juni 2022 twee maanden gratis Laka fietsverzekering met code “INHETWIEL”. Ga naar https://laka.co/nl en verzeker je fiets! Elke dag tijdens de Giro bespreken Thijs Zonneveld en Hidde van Warmerdam de etappe van de dag. Vandaag was Dries de Bondt de sprinters én zijn medevluchters te snel af en won in de straten van Treviso. 'Het moet een feest zijn in die ploeg op dit moment'. Verder vandaag in de podcast: de Kolovrat wordt morgen beklommen 'Ik snap soms de keuzes die ze maken bij DSM niet' Wat doe je morgen als je Hindley bent? en Thijs kijkt alvast naar zaterdag   Support the show: https://krant.nl See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

De Kopgroep wielerpodcast
#5 - Giro: Girmay en de kurk (S10)

De Kopgroep wielerpodcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:24


De Kopgroep treurt over het uitvallen van Biniam Girmay. De Eritreeër schakelde zichzelf uit met een kurk toen hij zijn overwinning dinsdag mocht vieren. Nadat Van der Poel en Yates nog goed wegkwamen na hun etappezeges is nu de Afrikaanse revelatie van dit seizoen uit koers. Het is zo erg dat Mart er zelfs voor pleit om de Prosecco in de ban te doen. Tenminste bij de huldiging op het podium. Thuis bij een stuk aspergetaart is natuurlijk een ander verhaal.   En waar was Dries de Bondt woensdag mee bezig? De Belg reed 50 kilometer solo in een kansloze ontsnapping. Jojanneke kon het wel waarderen, maar de mannen hadden liever gezien dat de Alpecin renner de benen had gespaard om Mathieu van der Poel bij te staan in de komende etappes, want die stond er dinsdag in de finale helemaal alleen voor. Maar was het nou nodig om zo met zijn krachten te smijten, vraagt Mart zich af. Michael geniet juist van het rijden van Van der Poel, ook als hij niet wint.  Donderdag gaat het peloton over de de Passo del Bocco, waar Wouter Weylandt  in de Giro van 2011 om het leven kwam toen hij in de afdaling met zijn hoofd op een muurtje terecht kwam. Maxim verbaast zich erover dat er niets ceremonieels is bedacht door de organisatie. Michael vertrouwt erop dat de renners dit zelf gaan regelen. 

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast
EP 37 - The Awesome Founder Inspiration Session #3 with Gerrit McGowan & Dries Faems

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 78:31


In episode 37 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, we present the third episode of the Awesome Founder Inspiration Sessions with Gerrit McGowan and Dries Faems. Continuing the format from the previous episode, they discuss few though-provoking topics: - Generalists or specialists – what type of founders have an edge in fundraising? - The science of selling – how to leverage psychological principles to level up your sales process! - Do social welfare schemes encourage or discourage entrepreneurship? - Is Elon Musk's definition of free speech crossing the line? - Not – so – tasty green drinks, celery juices and weird trends among silicon valley founders - Liquid death: a mineral water company's skyrocketing valuations and how brands of the future might look like! The episode is full of interesting insights and takeaways. So hopefully, you'll enjoy listening to it as much as we did producing.   Sources are listed on our website: www.mostawesomepodcast.com   Chapters: (01:03) Gerrit introduction (03:00) Something that made Dries learn – specialists, generalists or both and its effect on IPO fundraising? (03:55) Does Gerrit identify as generalist or specialist? (05:12) Would Gerrit prefer founders to be generalists or specialists? (06:33) Is the “jack of all trades” mindset correct for founders? (09:22) The “generalist penalty” vs “specialist premium” for founders when fundraising for IPO (11:34) What skillsets fall under generalist and specialist? (13:55) Something that made Gerrit learn – “The Science of selling” book and his key learnings (23:16) How do the principles discussed in the book apply in reality? (25:44) The concept of social exchange theory: Presentation equals perception (27:12) Can you learn how to execute these concepts? (29:00) Introverts score much higher as sales people, why? (30:46) Something that made Dries think – The effect of unemployment benefits on entrepreneurship (31:40) Gerrit's experience with social benefits (32:28) Unemployment benefits' perception in US and Europe (33:40) How is social welfare influencing entrepreneurial culture in countries? (34:37) Need driven vs want driven entrepreneurship (36:00) Findings of the paper – the relationship of entrepreneurship and social welfare (39:46) Public policy discussions on social welfare and drawback of using academic research in public policy (45:25) Stimulating vs pampering entrepreneurship through social welfare (47:05) Something that made Gerrit think – Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter and the free speech debate (52:00) Dries' take on the current developments in free speech and how to draw the line? (54:35) The role of regulators in drawing the line of free speech and its drawbacks (59:00) Elon musk and Twitter – A case for governance (01:00:47) Something that made Dries laugh – Distasteful green juices featured in 2 TV shows (01:06:38) Something that made Gerrit laugh – Liquid death: a mineral water company in the US (01:12:35) What is the future of building the best brands?

The Laravel Podcast
Cashier, with Dries Vints

The Laravel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 30:38


Dries Vints' Twitter - https://twitter.com/driesvintsDries Vints' Github - https://github.com/driesvintsDries Vints' Website - https://driesvints.comCashier Course - https://learn-laravel-cashier.comCashier Stripe - https://github.com/laravel/cashier-stripeCashier Paddle - https://github.com/laravel/cashier-paddleLaravel Telegram Notification Channels - https://github.com/laravel-notification-channels/telegramStripe Treasury - https://stripe.com/treasuryShawn McCool's Blog - https://shawnmc.cool/Shawn McCool's Twitter - https://twitter.com/shawnmccoolJoe Dixon's Blog - https://joedixon.co.uk/Joe Dixon's Twitter - https://twitter.com/_joedixon

Living Planet | Deutsche Welle
Unpunished ocean pollution, searching for 'Lithium Valley' & when hydrogen dries up

Living Planet | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 29:59


We reveal an environmental crime that is contaminating the world's oceans and going largely undetected. We also hear about California's bid to turn an environmental disaster zone into a lithium goldmine. Plus, how extreme drought is thwarting Morocco's plans to become a pioneer of green energy.

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast
EP 36 - The Awesome Founder Inspiration Session #2 with Gerrit McGowan & Dries Faems

WHU's Most Awesome Founder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 82:34


In episode 36 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, we present the second episode of the Awesome Founder Inspiration Sessions with Gerrit McGowan and Dries Faems. Continuing the format from previous episode, they discuss few hidden gems of thought-provoking information where each speaker would identify three items to discuss, one item that made them learn something, one item that made them think and one item that made them laugh. The episode is full of interesting ideas, current entrepreneurship trends and humour. So hopefully, you'll enjoy listening to it as much as we did producing. Sources are listed on our website: www.mostawesomepodcast.com Chapters: (01:00) Gerrit introduction (03:38) Something that made Dries learn – impression management and its effect on likelihood of getting funded (05:07) Treating pitching to investors as a sales process (07:43) Should you frame your venture in a “disruptive” way? (08:24) Gerrit's perspective on “disruptive” ideas (09:30) The narrative around “disruptive” storytelling and effects on funding (12:10) Empirical evidence behind the hypothesis and its implications (14:31) Reflexivity bias's effect on research (15:58) Modifying your vision based on the investor (17:32) Something that made Gerrit learn – Major impacts of Ukraine war on the world and risks of famine and hunger for over a billion people all over the world (24:55) Changing opinions around nuclear energy due to the war (26:17) Genetically modified food – a controversial topic and changing opinions due to the war (27:35) The subjectivity of science research (31:20) Something that made Dries think – The CEO beauty premium (33:00) Founder's attractiveness and its effect on perceived leadership qualities (34:37) Why attractive CEOs can raise more funding? (39:07) Possible reflexivity bias in research and fixing the loophole (40:11) The curious case of top athletes being highly attractive people (42:28) Possible explanation for investors favouring more attractive founders (44:01) Implications for future founders from the research (46:26) Something that made Gerrit think – the topic of Blitzscaling (53:00) The critical side of blitzscaling (56:06) Public opinion towards “winner takes all” and monopolies (59:08) The booming VC funding (60:35) Possible consolidation of quick commerce (61:04) The Web3 funding boom (62:28) Something that made Dries laugh (65:18) The content creators' economics (68:20) Gerrit's take on Web3 and something that made Gerrit laugh (75:00) The other side of Web3 ecosystem (76:50) The current geopolitical scenario and its implications on blockchain technology (81:25) Gerrit outro

Real Truth with Ruth
Finding God When Your Provision Dries Up

Real Truth with Ruth

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 24:09


Have you ever heard the voice of the Lord telling you to do something? You step into that season, and everything is lovely until the provision dries up? In this season, where is your focus? When drought invades, what actions do you take? How do you handle unwelcome guests like fear, anxiety, hopelessness, and depression?  In this episode, we will equip you to handle the seasons of famine in a manner that moves you into the next place of provision. If you refuse to proceed, you risk being robbed of the fullness of life that God has planned for you.  What is one thing you do to leave the famine and access God's provision? It would be best to refuse to allow doubt or discouragement to enter your space.  Are you ready for some additional keys? Joins us for this episode of “Real Truth with Ruth – God's Solutions for Living.”  For additional resources, visit Ruthhendrickson.org.

Digital Oil and Gas
266 - What to do when the Talent Pipeline Dries

Digital Oil and Gas

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 12:11


Enrollments at U Calgary's school of engineering petroleum studies have collapsed. What does a future engineering talent shortage mean for Canada's largest export industry? What we need is the right narrative—there is a place for all energy products, just not in their current proportions. And we need that message to be delivered loudly, and consistently, from industry and government. Duration: 12m 10s

Locked On Titans - Daily Podcast On The Tennessee Titans
Titans CUT Julio Jones -- What Now?? TE Market Dries Up & 2022 Compensatory Picks Awarded

Locked On Titans - Daily Podcast On The Tennessee Titans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 28:40


The Tennessee Titans cut wide receiver Julio Jones on Wednesday in a somewhat shocking move. Why did they do it and what does it mean going forward? Tyler has you covered from all angles! Next, the Titans made another special teams signing with Trenton Cannon joining. How does he fit and does he solve any issues? Finally, 2022 compensatory draft picks were awarded by the NFL and the Titans received two extra picks. What are comp picks, how did the Titans get them? Tyler explains! Follow Tyler on Twitter @TicTacTitans Follow the show on Facebook @LockedOnTitansPod Subscribe to the Locked On Titans YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LockedOnTitans Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices