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Adios, 2021, and hello, 2022! This past year was certainly an interesting one, particularly if you're a fan of Star Wars games. That is to say, not a lot came out. We forego the usual Best of the Year awards in favor of simply a look back and a hopeful look ahead to everything coming from EA, Fantasy Flight, Atomic Mass, and EDGE Studios. Reminder: Patrons can interact with us as we record live on Discord and can view the unedited session within 24 hours at our Patreon page! Share your thoughts with us on all our social sites, as well as leaving us a review and comment on iTunes! You can find us anytime at our Discord server! Come say hi and hang out at any of our public chat rooms! After you finish listening, check out our YouTube page for past recorded video game streams and our twitch channel for upcoming live streams! If you want to get in contact with us, there are many and various ways, including these: Subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, or our RSS feed Follow on twitter and Instagram! Like on Facebook and email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to tell all your friends and fellow Star Wars fans to give us a listen!
Yahya Mokhtarzada is the co-founder of Truebill. Founded in 2015, Truebill created a personal finance app that uses artificial intelligence to track spending habits. The Maryland company was acquired by Detroit, Michigan-based Rocket Companies, which develops real estate, mortgage and financial services technology, for $1.275 billion in cash (December 2021). Prior to cofounding Truebill Yahya served as VP of Business Development at Nanigans, an advertising technology platform focused on social and mobile channels. At Nanigans, Yahya executed platform licencing agreements with enterprise advertisers including Ebay, Zappos, EA, Zynga, Amazon and Wayfair. Follow Yahya Mokhtarzada on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yahyam/?hl=en Learn more about Truebill: https://truebill.com
Nicole Lazzaro. Nicole is the founder and president of XEO Design. Previously she was the designer of “Tilt,” the first true iPhone-only game, but it's her research into player emotions that has attracted big firms like EA, Sony, and Ubisoft to seek out her expertise. By tapping into “emotion profiles,” Nicole helps designers create more engaging gaming experiences that resonate with all types of players, from casual to hard-core.Nicole has been a leading expert in Player Experience Design for 30 years. She laid the foundation for her research and insights by earning a degree in Cognitive Psychology from Stanford.In this conversation, we dig into her distillation of how we as humans engage with games. She calls this framework the Four Keys to Fun. Nicole shares how her work on Myst and the Sims franchises broaden the industry's perspective and helped motivate her to pursue her research.Nicole also shares how she's turned her focus and insights to AR and VR, and sees a vast blue ocean of opportunity. We go on to talk about her work on the Bose AR glasses, and her current XR project, as well as her take on the biggest risk and hope for the new types of AR and VR experiences we're creating.You can find all of the show notes at thearshow.com.
Laura Miele, chief operating officer of Electronic Arts, details how the video game giant is leveraging disruption to expand the reach and appeal of gaming. The 25-year company veteran, who helped launch EA's long-running partnership with Lucasfilm on “Star Wars” titles, explains how EA works best with Hollywood IP and how gaming fits into the streaming wars. “I love (the) position that games have. It's incredibly engaging. It is interactive. And it's very social,” she says. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This week, Ben and John chat about how the preparation for TOTY is going. Are the guys satisfied with how EA is enabling pack grinding in the lead-up? Are the current player SBC's just distractions/coin sinks ahead of TOTY? What happens if TOTY is a letdown for the community?
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How'd it go for the first BBC announcer with an accent? How much work can you get if you "make it" in voiceover? How much did the woman behind Siri make? And what's a pencil got to do with any of this? All this and more in part 2! Like what you hear? Become a patron of the arts for as little as $2 a month! Or buy the book or some merch. Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs. Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. 00:25 RP and Wilfred Pickles (voiced by Simon Jackson) 04:26 The cast of Futurama work a lot! 08:17 Voiceover is easy! (right?) 11:30 #moxiemillion 12:30 Trying to find a job 13:55 Props and accessories 15:55 AI (even worse than the movie) 18:24 Bev Standing vs TikTok 20:50 sponsors: Sly Fox Trivia, Sambucol 23:06 Susan Bennett, the voice of Siri 27:53 It's in the game Music: Kevin MacLeod, Track Tribe . Links to all the research resources are on the website. Back when the BBC was first launched in 1922, the first General Manager of the corporation, Sir John Reith, insisted the BBC be as formal and quintessentially British as possible, and he created a number of rules towards this end. One thing he stressed in particular was that the newscasters spoke the “King's English.“ He felt it was “a style or quality of English that would not be laughed at in any part of the country”. He also assumed RP would be easier for people across the empire to understand versus a regional accent, of which the tiny land mass of the UK has dozens. Reish wanted things to be ‘just so,' even ordering that any newscaster reading the news after 8PM had to wear a dinner jacket while on air, on the radio, where no one could see them. The BBC didn't create Received Pronunciation, though. We can trace the origins of RP back to the secondary schools and universities of nineteenth-century Britain, making it the accent of a certain social class, the one with money. Their speech patterns - based loosely on the local accent of the south-east Midlands, roughly London, Oxford and Cambridge, soon came to be associated with ‘The Establishment.' although one of Reith's goals in using RP was to appeal to the widest audience possible, many listeners still felt alienated by the broadcasts being beamed into their homes because of this “upper class” accent being used. Despite this, newscasters were required to use Received Pronunciation right up until World War 2. Why change it during the war? Didn't they have bigger things to worry about? Well, the Ministry of Information was worried about the Nazis hijacking the radio waves. During World War 2, Nazi Germany invested a lot of time and money to train spies and propagandists to speak using perfect Received Pronunciation so that they could pass as British. If they pulled it off, the Nazis could potentially issue orders over the radio in a thoroughly convincing and official-sounding newscaster voice. Therefor, the BBC hired several newscasters possessed of broad regional accents that would be more difficult for Nazis to perfectly copy, and as a bonus might also appeal to the “common man”. The first person to read the news on the BBC with a regional accent was one Wilfred Pickles in 1941. [sfx clip] The public trusted that he was in fact British, but they didn't trust, or couldn't ignore his accent to pay attention to, a word he said. Far from being popular, his mild Yorkshire accent offended many listeners so much that they wrote letters to the BBC, blasting them for having the audacity to sully the news that way. Nonetheless, after the end of World War 2, the BBC continued to loosen its guidelines and began to hire more people who spoke with the respective accent of the region they were being broadcast. That said, the BBC does continue to select newscasters with the most mild accents for international broadcasts. You can't please everyone, but if you can get in good in the voicework industry, you can do a staggering number of roles. How many? Here are some examples, pulling only from the cast of one of my favorite shows, Futurama. You might say my husband and I are fans; we had a Hypnotoad wedding cake. Billy West, the voice of Fry, Prof. Farnsworth, and Zoidberg, as well as both Ren and Stimpy, has 266 acting credits on his IMDB page. Maurice LaMarche, who did Calculon, Morbo and Kiff and is the go-to guy for Orson Welles impressions like Brain from Animaniacs, has 390 roles listed. Tress MacNeille, who did basically every female who wasn't Amy or Leela, as well as Dot on Animaniacs and Agnes Skinner on The Simpsons has 398 roles to her name. Bender's voice actor, John DiMaggio, without whom the Gears of War video games wouldn't be the same, has worked on some 424 projects. The man who made Hermes Conrad Jamaican, and gave us Samurai Jack, Phil LaMarr, is the most prolific voice actor on that cast, with a whopping 495 credits to his name. Still, he falls short of the resume of Rob Paulsen, who did the voices of Yakko and Pinky on Animaniacs, and other examples too numerous to list here, because his IMDB pages lists 541 voice acting credits. And did I mention they're bringing Animaniacs back? [cheer] Paulsen is trailing behind Tara Strong, though. The actress who voiced Bubbles on Powerpuff Girls, Raven on Teen Titans, and Timmy on Fairly Oddparents has 609 roles in her 35 year career, or an average of 17 a year. That may not sound impressive, but have you've ever tried getting *one acting job? Strong can't hold a candle to a man whose voice I can identify from two rooms away, a man who will always be Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop no matter who he's playing, Steve Blum, who has racked up 798 voice roles. And those are just a sampling of voice actors I can name off the top of my head. So when career day rolls around, maybe skip doctor and firefighter and suggest your kid become a voice actor. Not everyone who does voice work has a face for radio, so I put pictures of all the actors up on the Vodacast app so you can se what Fry, Yakko, and Raven really look like .. “Sure,” you say, “that sounds like a sweet gig. Walk in, say a few things, and cash the check.” Oh my sweet summer child. If it was that easy, everyone would do it. For starters, there is no “got it in one take” in voice acting. Be prepared to do your lines over and over again, with different emphasis, different inflection, different pacing, or sometimes simply saying it over and over again until, even though each take sounds the same to you, the director gets the subtle difference they're looking for. Bonus fact: the feeling you get when you say a word or phrase so many times that it stops sounding like a word and becomes a meaningless noise is called semantic satiation. You may be standing in a little booth all day, but that doesn't mean it won't be physically taxing. Actors dubbing anime in particular are required to do a lot of screaming. Chris Sabat, who voices Vegeta in the Dragonball series, says that even with his background in opera and the vocal control that taught him, “I will literally be sick the next day. I will have flu-like symptoms. Because you have to use so much energy, and use up so much of your voice to put power into those scenes, that it will make you sick. That's not an exaggeration; I will be bedridden sometimes after screaming for too long.” That is, if you can get a gig. Remember how I rattled off actors who've had hundreds of roles each? That's because, in rough figures, 5% of the actors get 95% of the work. So unless you're a Tara Strong or Phil LaMarr, noteworthy roles will be hard to come by. One plus side is you get paid by the word, as well as by the tag. A tag is part of a recording that can be swapped out, like recording a commercial, and recording the phrases “coming soon,” “opening this Monday,” and “open now.” The clients gets three distinct commercials from one recording sessions, so you get more money. Assuming the client actually orders the session. You may find yourself on stand-by or “avail,” as it's called in the industry. You may be asked to set aside a few hours or even consecutive days for a recording session. The problem is, the client isn't actually obligated to use you during that time and no one else can book you during that time until they release you from it. But it's a job you can do in your pj's, and I often do, and that's always a plus. Even though no one can see the actors, voice work still uses props and accessories. While computers can be used to speed up or slow down dialogue (which is more of a concern in dubbing Japanese animation, where the visuals are already done), certain vocal changes can easily be achieved using random items in the studio. “If the character is in a hollowed-out tree, I might stick my head in a wastebasket,” veteran voice actor Corey Burton told Mental Floss. “If it doesn't sound quite right, I can throw some wadded-up Kleenex in there for better acoustics.” Burton, like Mel Blanc, prefers to eat real food when the moment calls for it. “They want you to sometimes just go, ‘Nom, nom, nom.' No! I want a carrot, a cookie. I don't want to make a dry slurping noise when I could be sipping a drink.” Pencils also play an important role, not for making notes on the script or creating any sort of convincing sound effect. The plague of these performers is plosives. You've probably heard them on podcasts; they've definitely been on mine. A plosive is the noise you get when a consonant that is produced by stopping the airflow using the lips, teeth, or palate, followed by a sudden release of air. It's also called popping your p's, since that's the worst culprit. A round mesh screen in front of the mic helps, but the old-school trick to stop plosives actually uses a pencil. If they're getting p-pops on the recording, voice actors will hold a pencil or similar linear object upright against the lips. This disrupts the air enough to avoid the giant, sharp spike in the soundwave. Now if only there were some cheap and easy trick to get rid of mouth noises and lip smacks. You may hear a few on this podcast, but for everyone you hear, I cut twenty out. The most sure-fire way to avoid mouth noises and breathing when ordering a recording is to use a computer-generated or AI voice. Now this is a sticky wicket in the VO community, a real burr under a lot of saddles. Whenever it comes up in message groups, a third of people turn into South Park characters [sfx they took our jobs]. I won't get too Insider Baseball here, but here's the scoop. AI voices are cheap, fast, and they're getting really good. Have you ever gotten a robodialer call where it took you a moment to realize it was not a live person? There are companies offering entire audiobooks in AI voices. There is even an AI voice that can cry! So why am I not bothered? The way I see it, the people who will buy the cheapest possible option, in this case an AI voice, weren't going to pay even my Fiverr rate, and invariably, the cheaper a client is, the more working with them makes you regret ever starting this business in the first place. It's an irony a lot of freelancers and business owners are familiar with -- the $5k client pays you the day you submit the invoice; the $50 client makes you hound them for six weeks and then they say they want you to do it over or come down on the price. So I'm fine with letting those gigs go. The other reason is that while AI applications and devices such as smart speakers and digital assistants like Siri are powered by computer-generated voices, those voices actually originate from real actors! In fact, I just wrapped an AI-generation job this week. In most cases, even computerized voices need a human voice as a foundation for the development of the vocal database. Nevertheless, AI is creating new work for a wide range of voice actors. Are these actors putting themselves out of a job in future? Maybe. Maybe not. It's definitely something I had to wrestle with before accepting the job. But I figured, AI is coming whether we like it or not, so it's best to be involved to help steer the ship rather than be capsized by its wake. When I took the AI-generation job, there were two questions I had for the client: what control do I have over how my voice is used, and what happens if you sell the company? I asked these two questions for two good reasons, Bev Standing and Susan Bennett. Bev Standing, a VO and coach from Canada, was surprised to hear her own voice being used on peoples' videos when friends and colleagues told her to log onto Tiktok. For one, people could use her voice to say whatever they liked, no matter how vile, and she'd never worked with, been paid by, or given permission for use of her voice to TikTok. According to Standing, who I've taken classes with and is a really nice lady, the audio in question was recorded as a job for the Chinese Institute of Acoustics four years ago, ostensibly for translations. “The only people I've worked with are the people I was hired by, which was for translations... My agreement is not what it's being used for, and it's not with the company that's using my voice,” Standing said in an interview. Standing files a lawsuit against TikTok's parent company ByteDance on the grounds of intellectual property theft. She hasn't consented to her performance being used by TikTok, and had very real concerns that the content created using her audio would hurt her ability to get work in the future. Imagine if Jan 6 insurrectionists and other such hateful wackaloons used your voice on their videos. Good luck getting hired after that. TikTok and ByteDance stayed pretty mum, both publicly and to Standing and her lawyer, also a VO, but they did change the AI voice, which certainly looks like they done wrong. The lawsuit was settled a few months ago, but it's all sealed up in NDAs, so I can't tell you the details, but I'm calling it a win. The other name I dropped was Susan Bennett, but that's not the name you'd recognize her as. Though she was training to be a teacher, it soon became clear to Susan Bennet that her voice was destined for more than saying “eyes on your own paper.” She acted in the theater, was a member of a jazz band, an a cappella group, and she was a backup singer for Burt Bacharac and Roy Orbison. That background helped her land gigs doing VO and singing jingles for the likes of Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Macy's, Goodyear, Papa John's, IBM, and more. In 1974, she became the voice of First National Bank of Atlanta's Tillie the All-Time Teller, one of the first bank ATMs. Her voice made the new technology more user-friendly for a computer-unfamiliar public. Bonus fact: one of the earliest ATMs in NYC printed the security picture of the user on their receipts. According to the man who sold them to the bank, “The only people using the machines were prostitutes and gamblers who didn't want to deal with tellers face to face.” Or it could be the hours they keep. I can neither confirm nor deny this, but I like to think that sex workers are the underappreciated early-adopters that helped the rest of us to be able to hit the cash machine on the way out of town (or the Mac machine, as my mom called it well into the 90's). Bennet also became the voice of Delta Airlines announcements, GPS's, and phone systems. But even with all that, that's not where you know her voice from. “Hey, Siri, how big is the Serengeti?” [sfx if Google was] Susan Bennet was the original voice of Siri on the iphone, but she never actually worked for Apple. In 2005, she recorded a wealth of words and wordy-sounding non-words for a company called ScanSoft or Nuance, I've been seeing either listed. For four hours a day, every day, in July 2005, Bennett holed up in her home recording booth, saying thousands of phrases and sentences of mostly-to-completely nonsense, which the “ubergeeks” as she called them, could use for generating AI speech. According to Bennet, “I was reading sentences like 'cow hoist in the tub hut today.' 'Militia oy hallucinate buckra okra ooze.' Then I would read these really tedious things that were the same word, but changing out the vowel. 'Say the shrayding again, say the shreeding again, say the shriding again, say the shredding again, say the shrudding again.' “ These snippets were then synthesized in a process called concatenation that builds words, sentences, paragraphs. And that is how voices like hers find their way into GPS and telephone systems. The job was done, the check cleared, and life went on, then 2011 rolled around and Siri was unveiled as an integrated feature of the Apple iPhone 4S. The actors who'd worked for Nuance had no idea until well after it happened. Bennett found out that her voice is actually Siri after a friend emailed: ”Hey, we've been playing around with this new Apple phone. Isn't this you?' Apple had bought SoftScan/Nuance and all of its assets. “Apple bought our voices from Nuance without our knowing it.” As a voiceactor, this turn of events was problematic for a few reasons. Typecasting and stereotyping, for one. The downside of being successful in a role can be that that's all people want you for after that, like Sean Bean and a character who dies. So Bennett kept her identity close to her vest until 2013, when Apple switched voices. “My voice was just the original voice on the 4s and the 5. But now it no longer sounds like Apple because [Siri] sounds like everyone else. The original Siri voice had a lot of character; she had a lot of attitude. Bennet has never said how much she made from Nuance, but we know how much she's made from Apple. In round figures, give or take for inflation, [sfx calculator] she made $0. Her voice was on something like 17 million phones. Even a penny per phone would have been a handsome payday, but no, no penny for you. “We were paid for the amount of time we spent recording but not at all for usage. The only way I've been able to get any payment for it, really, is through my speaking events, but I'm very grateful to have been the voice of Siri. She's very iconic; it's led to a whole new career for me.” Another widespread voice that didn't get commensurate royalties is known for a single phrase, barely a full sentence. [sfx clip] From FIFA and Madden to UFC and NBA, Andrew Anthony's voice has opened EA Sports video games for 30 years now and let us all have a collective shiver of mortality at that fact. Anthony had a friend who ran a small ad sales company, who had taken on the not-yet-industry-cornerstone Electronic Arts as a client. "My friend then called me up in Toronto and said 'Hey will you do this thing... for free?' I said 'yeah, of course, I will! I don't even know what this is but I get a free trip down to see you, so for sure'. So Anthony went to visit his friend, read the line, which was originally “If it's in the game, it's in the game,” and assumed he would never, ever hear anything about it again. Call that an underestimation. EA is valued at $37B, with the Sports being a big chunk of that. And Anthony has seen exactly none of that money, and he's pretty okay with that. Over the years, Anthony has met plenty of other gaming fans and happily agreed to do his EA Sports voice impression on camera. Not every screen actor's able to do voice work successfully; we've all heard flat, lackluster performances from big name stars in animated features. Looking at you, Sarah Michelle Gellar from the recent HeMan cartoon. Not so with the person who arguably kicked off the trends of booking big names stars for voice work, Robin Williams in his role as Genie. Williams recorded 30 hours of dialogue, most of it improvised, for the 90 minute movie. He took the role for *9% of the fee he normally commanded with the condition that the recordings not be used to merchandise products. He wanted to “leave something wonderful behind for this kids.” Thanks for spending part of your day with me. And that's where we run out of ideas, at least for today. So a wife overheard her boss saying he wanted a voice to notify people when they received email and volunteered her husband. “I recorded it on a cassette deck in my living room,” Edwards told the New York Post on November 7. “Most people think I'm retired and own an island.” Instead, he works at WKYC-TV from 3:30 a.m. to noon, and drives an Uber from noon to 6 p.m. In 2014, Edwards told CNBC that he pranks people by standing behind their computers and booming, “You've got mail!” Explained the voice-over actor, “I have fun with it!” He's not bothered by not getting royalties, so I guess we shouldn't be either.
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TRANSCRIPT: I believe that heading into our Beyond Retirement phase of life is a great time to start taking a look at the people we're hanging around with, if we haven't done that already. EA said there are really 3 groups that a person can be categorized into based on their actions - there are Givers and there are Takers and as expected, they have different characteristics and they interact with us differently. The third group is made up of the Fence-Sitters, the folks who behave as either a Giver or a Taker, depending on whose company they're in. This group is by far the largest of the three, as you can imagine. I've been thinking about this a lot since our conversation, trying to figure out how to make it all make sense from a Beyond Retirement point of view. One of the ways EA defines the differences between Givers and Takers is in what they share with others. Givers bring wisdom, wealth and wellness to their relationships, while Takers bring defeatism, destruction and disruption to their relationships. Just going by those gifts (if you can call them that), I'd think it's pretty easy to see that you'd be gaining a lot more from a relationship with a Giver than with a Taker, regardless of what phase of life you're in. And as we travel the road Beyond Retirement, I think we're going to find that wisdom, wealth and wellness are concepts that we want to pursue, whether or not we've done so up to this point, because these are the concepts that are going to take us forward and bring us closer to the joy and fulfilment that we're looking for in this stage of life. So being able to figure out whether you're chatting with a Giver or a Taker is a pretty important skill to acquire, I'd say. The next thing EA mentioned is the idea that we should separate the people in our lives from their actions. Usually, we make a decision about a person based on what they say and do; we decide whether or not we like them because we either like or dislike their actions or words. But EA pointed out that we can like or love a person and not like or love what they're doing. He called this discernment. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines discernment as “the quality of being able to grasp and comprehend what is obscure.” To grasp means to lay hold of with the mind and obscure means not known to most people; likely to be understood by only a few people; difficult or impossible to know completely and with certainty. So, the bottom line here is that developing the quality of discernment will probably set you apart from the majority of people and with this skill, you'll be able to really see people for who they are and figure out whether they're going to drain you or fill you up. And I think it's safe to say that by the time we get to the stage of life we're in, we aren't looking for people to drain us! Something I learned quite a while ago that's stuck with me is the idea that you become the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. The idea here is that you start to think like these people and act like these people, so consequently your choices are similar, and you will eventually rise or fall to the level that is about midline of that group. Depending on the group you're in, you are someone's number 1 or number 5 too, and they'll be moving up or down to match where you are. All of this is quite subconscious, naturally, but the act of finding and maximizing the potential of your group should be no accident. Especially as you're going into the retirement years. You'll want to find people who share your interests and values, people who see things the way you do, because these are the people who are going to help you make the transition and create the best life you can have. So how do you find these people? I think the first step is to start examining the people you spend time with now. What are they doing? What are they saying they want to do in the future? Are they encouraging each other to strive for more or are they suggesting...
Der dritte Bundesliga-Spieler in Folge, der über die Silber Stars erspielbar ist: Anthony Modeste! Und außerdem startete das Voting für das Team of the Year (TOTY). Das sorgt selbstverständlich für Diskussionen, vor allem, wenn die Anzahl der Stimmen unbegrenzt ist. Ein Update hat EA beim Thema Hacks gegeben: das Problem sollte nun behoben sein. Mo und Mero sind gespannt. Und sprechen über diverse andere Themen. Wie das Headliner Event. Und noch ein paar andere Dinge. Hier findet ihr das Spreadsheet für das #TOTYPackProject: https://t.co/UgqrdVCtEG
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Show #133 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Wednesday 12th January. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. Welcome to a new Patreon ProducerJONATHAN AYRES MERCEDES PLANS TO BUILD NEXT-GEN EV POWERTRAINS IN-HOUSE - Mercedes-Benz plans to build the complete powertrain for its new MMA and MB.EA electric architectures entirely in-house starting in 2024, a top executive said. - Markus Schaefer, head of development at Mercedes parent Daimler, told Automotive News Europe sibling publication Automobilwoche. “To do this, we are significantly increasing the depth of added value and are also switching from third-party sourcing to in-house production. Until now, the electric powertrains have come from external partners. We want to control the overall system of electric motor, battery and power electronics as much as possible, similar to what is the case with the combustion engine" - This also includes the inverter, which transfers the energy from the battery to the engine. - Among them are ZF Friedrichshafen, which supplies powertrain modules for the EQC midsize SUV, and Valeo Siemens eAutomotive, which supplies motors for the EQS, Mercedes' luxury EV flagship. Mercedes has announced that it will build high-performance axial-flux electric motors developed with the British startup Yasa – which Daimler acquired -- in Berlin, and Schäfer said a second "kit," with radial electric motors for smaller vehicles will be built in Mercedes' Untertürkheim plant. In addition, battery cells developed in-house will soon be ready for use in Mercedes vehicles. Original Source: https://europe.autonews.com/automakers/mercedes-plans-build-next-gen-ev-powertrains-house TESLA'S SHANGHAI GIGAFACTORY DELIVERS OVER 480,000 VEHICLES IN 2021 - Deliveries at the Shanghai Gigafactory stood at 484,130 vehicles last year, an increase of 235 percent from 2020.Last year, over 160,000 of Tesla's made-in-China cars were exported to over 10 countries and regions in Europe and Asia. - The localization rate of spares reached 90 percent Original Source : http://www.china.org.cn/business/2022-01/12/content_77984467.htm KIA EV6 WHOLESALE SHIPMENTS ABOVE 5,600 IN DECEMBER 2021 - The most important new Kia model from the perspective of electrification - the Kia EV6 - continues its ramp-up at a rate of several thousand per month. In December, Kia reports 5,605 wholesale sales (closely related to production), which includes 1,495 units sold in South Korea, and 4,110 exported. - Cumulatively, the company produced almost 30,000 EV6, out of which about a third were sold in South Korea, and two-thirds were exported (mostly to Europe). - In 2021, the company sold over 87,000 electric cars: EV6: 19,052 - 11,023 (South Korea) and 8,029 (outside South Korea/Europe) Niro EV: 59,396 (outside South Korea) (up 69% year-over-year) Soul EV: 9,412 (outside South Korea) (up 69% year-over-year) Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/560120/kia-ev6-wholesale-december-2021/ POLESTAR HITS 2021 EV TARGETS - The company delivered on its global sales target of 29,000 vehicles in 2021, representing year-on-year growth exceeding 185%. - Polestar increased its global presence from 10 to 19 markets in 2021, with growth in Europe and Asia Pacific. In the first half of 2022, Polestar plans to add Spain, Portugal and Ireland to its European market footprint, and enter the Middle East with presence in the UAE, Kuwait and Israel. By the end of 2023, Polestar aims to be operating in at least 30 global markets. - Polestar's retail footprint more than doubled in 2021 to 100 locations globally and the company aims to have 150 in operation by the end of 2022. In addition to the openings of inner-city Polestar Spaces, the company debuted its new, larger, out-of-town Polestar Destinations. The first permanent Polestar Destination opened in December 2021, outside Gothenburg, Sweden. - Polestar also announced its plans to launch three new cars in the coming three years. Polestar 3, a premium electric performance SUV, is set to launch in 2022 and will be the first Polestar to be built in the US. Polestar 3 will benefit from advanced technologies from Luminar, Nvidia and Zenseact that will provide cutting-edge unsupervised autonomous driving functionality. · Original Source : https://media.polestar.com/global/en/media/pressreleases/644082 VOLKSWAGEN AIMS TO DOUBLE ELECTRIC CAR SALES IN CHINA THIS YEAR AFTER MISSING TARGETS - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) said it would likely double sales of its ID battery electric vehicles in China this year and aims to do even better but the automaker could be hamstrung by a shortage of semiconductors. - The German automaker sold 70,625 of its ID electric vehicles in China last year, missing its goal of selling 80,000 to 100,000 cars - While China's EV market is seeing very strong growth, most foreign automakers have lagged their Chinese counterparts in designing smart cars that appeal. Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/technology/volkswagen-says-it-sold-70625-id-electric-cars-china-2021-2022-01-11/ WHY RIVIAN'S COO DEPARTED DURING CRUCIAL LAUNCH PERIOD - Rivian Automotive Inc.'s COO stepped down last month while the EV maker was in the midst of its inaugural production rampup. - Rod Copes left the company after he had held the title since March 2020, according to his LinkedIn profile. - The fast-growing truckmaker, which in November completed the year's biggest initial public offering, has hit a rough stretch recently, saying in December that it would fall “a few hundred vehicles short” of its goal to build 1,200 units for the year - it produced 1,015 vehicles last year and delivered 920. Original Source : https://www.autonews.com/executives/why-rivians-coo-departed-during-crucial-launch-period PORSCHE EV MAKES WORLD RECORD CLIMB UP PIKES PEAK - The feat, documented in a video released by Porsche on January 11, covers the entire five-state, 1,400-mile journey into the record books for the greatest altitude change ever achieved by an electric car. - The driving team began its journey at the bottom of the Eagle Nickel and Copper Mine in Michigan, the lowest driveable point in the United States, and trekked across five states, ascending 15,889 feet and ending at the summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. - In total, it took 33 hours and 48 minutes - Dai Yoshihara, who was a 2020 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb class winner, managed to get the Taycan Cross Turismo across the line for the record. Original Source : https://interestingengineering.com/porsche-ev-breaks-world-record-for-three-mile-climb-up-pikes-peak MONTPELLIER FOREGOES HYDROGEN PROJECT FOR BATTERY-ELECTRIC BUSES, FOR NOW Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/01/11/montpellier-foregoes-hydrogen-project-for-battery-electric-buses-for-now/ STELLANTIS SAYS "BYE" TO DIESEL AS CITROËN, PEUGEOT, OPEL VANS GO EV-ONLY Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/01/10/stellantis-says-goodbye-to-ice-as-citroen-berlingo-peugeot-rifter-and-opel-combo-go-ev-only/ NEW ENTRY-LEVEL CITROEN E-C4 SENSE LAUNCHED PRICED FROM £28,495 Original Source : https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/citroen/c4/357061/new-entry-level-citroen-e-c4-sense-launched-priced-ps28495 2022 VW ID.4 EV PRICE AND RANGE CHANGES ARE COMING TO THE US Original Source : https://www.slashgear.com/2022-vw-id-4-ev-price-and-range-changes-are-coming-to-the-us-11706623/ RECURRENT SHOWS EV PRICES SOARED IN 2021, BENEFITTING TESLA Original Source : https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/01/10/2364211/0/en/Recurrent-Shows-EV-Prices-Soared-in-2021-Benefitting-Tesla-the-Most.html DAKAR | AUDI'S ALL-ELECTRIC RS Q E-TRON FIRES INTO FIRST Original Source : https://www.news24.com/wheels/motorsport/dakar/dakar-audis-all-electric-rs-q-e-tron-fires-into-first-second-and-fourth-place-in-stage-8-20220110 FRANCE PLANS $1.1 BILLION TO SAFEGUARD METALS FOR EV BATTERIES Original Source : https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/france-plans-1-1-billion-to-safeguard-metals-for-ev-batteries-1.1705466 CALIFORNIA PROPOSES $6.1 BILLION ON ELECTRIC VEHICLE INITIATIVES Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/10/california-proposes-6point1-billion-in-new-incentives-for-electric-vehicles-.html OREGON DOUBLES ELECTRIC VEHICLE REBATES FOR LOWER-INCOME FAMILIES Original Source : https://www.opb.org/article/2022/01/10/oregon-doubles-electric-vehicle-rebates-for-lower-income-families/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM The 4th anniversary of this podcast is next week on Tuesday 18th January. 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We're back with another episode of Ask an Investor. Our guest is Ben Einspahr, who recently left his W2 job to join EA, and wants to find out the best way to plan the purchase of his next property. Listen to the episode to learn about the pros and cons of using equity, savings, or retirement accounts to invest in real estate
What is a "wamb"? What are the differences between wambs and nerds? When is it appropriate (or not) to decouple concepts from their context? What are some common characteristics of miscommunications between journalists and writers / thinkers in the EA and Rationalist communities? What are "crony" beliefs? How can you approach discussions of controversial topics without immediately getting labelled as being on one team or another? What sorts of quirks do members of the EA and Rationalist communities typically exhibit in social contexts? Tom is a freelance science writer and the science editor at UnHerd.com. He has twice been awarded a Royal Statistical Society "statistical excellence in journalism" prize, in 2018 and 2020, and was declared the science writer of the year by the Association of British Science Writers in 2021. His first book, The Rationalist's Guide to the Galaxy: Superintelligent AI and the Geeks Who are Trying to Solve Humanity's Future (originally titled The AI Does Not Hate You), was declared one of the Times's science books of 2019. He worked for seven years at the Telegraph and three years at BuzzFeed before going freelance in 2018, and was once described by Sir Terry Pratchett as "far too nice to be a journalist". Find out more about Tom on Twitter, UnHerd, and tomchivers.com.
If you couldn't join us for our second REACH Roundtable Livestream, here's our playback. REACH Roundtable is an extension of our podcast where we invite former guests back to discuss all things hot topics in the Executive Assistant world. In this episode, you'll hear from the guests you know and love, Lauren Pelusi, Rowe Hoffer, LJ Cohen, and Kristin Beatham as they share their unique perspectives staying engaged in their work as Executive Assistants and how they maintain their passion and commitment to their careers. There are tracks within the EA role, there are tracks outside of the EA role and for those who see themselves tracking outside of the EA role, one of the paths that we've seen become commonly available to Executive Assistants is that of the Chief of Staff position. We've developed a course on “Becoming a Chief of Staff,” specifically designed for strategic Executive Assistants. So for those of you looking to further your knowledge & opportunities for advancement & community, visit www.mavenrec.com/courses.
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COMPLETAS MIÉRCOLES (Oración antes del descanso nocturno) INVOCACIÓN INICIAL V. Dios mío, ven en mi auxilio R. Señor, date prisa en socorrerme. Gloria al Padre, y al Hijo, y al Espíritu Santo. Como era en el principio, ahora y siempre, por los siglos de los siglos. Amén. Salmo 30 - Ant. Sé tú, Señor, la roca de mi refugio, un baluarte donde me salve. A ti, Señor, me acojo: no quede yo nunca defraudado; tú, que eres justo, ponme a salvo, inclina tu oído hacia mí; ven a prisa a librarme, sé la roca de mi refugio, un baluarte donde me salve, tú que eres mi roca y mi baluarte; por tu nombre dirígeme y guíame: sácame de la red que me han tendido, porque tú eres mi amparo. A tus manos encomiendo mi espíritu: tú, el Dios leal me librarás. Salmo 129 - Ant. Desde lo hondo a ti grito, Señor. Desde los hondo a ti grito, Señor; + Señor, escucha mi voz; estén tus oídos atentos a la voz de mi súplica. Si llevas cuenta de los delitos, Señor, ¿quién podrá resistir? Pero de ti procede el perdón, y así infundes respeto. Mi alma espera en el Señor, espera en su palabra; mi alma aguarda al Señor, más que el centinela a la aurora. Aguarde Israel al Señor, como el centinela a la aurora; porque del Señor viene la misericordia, la redención copiosa; y él redimirá a Israel de todos sus delitos. CÁNTICO EVANGÉLICO Ant. Sálvanos, Señor, despiertos, protégenos mientras dormimos, para que velemos con Cristo y descansemos en paz. CÁNTICO DE SIMEÓN Lc 2, 29-32 Ahora, Señor, según tu promesa, puedes dejar a tu siervo irse en paz, porque mis ojos han visto a tu Salvador, a quien has presentado ante todos los pueblos luz para alumbrar a las naciones y gloria de tu pueblo Israel. Gloria al Padre, y al Hijo, y al Espíritu Santo. Como era en el principio, ahora y siempre, por los siglos de los siglos. Amén. ANTÍFONA FINAL DE LA SANTISIMA VIRGEN Dios te salve, Reina y Madre de misericordia, vida, dulzura y esperanza nuestra; Dios te salve. A ti llamamos los desterrados hijos de Eva; a ti suspiramos, gimiendo y llorando, en este valle de lágrimas. Ea, pues, Señora, abogada nuestra, vuelve a nosotros esos tus ojos misericordiosos, y, después de este destierro, muéstranos a Jesús, fruto bendito de tu vientre. ¡Oh clementísima, oh piadosa, oh dulce Virgen María! (953)
Welcome back to another episode of the Online Warriors Podcast! We're ringing in the New Year with a fresh slate of nerd news topics to cover: Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts premieres on HBO Max (8:21) EA reportedly shelved a Harry Potter MMO back in the day (10:09) GoldenEye 007 Xbox Achievements have mysteriously appeared online, hinting at a possible new port (18:19) The next game from the creator of BioShock is in "development hell" (32:33) Next, we roll into what the cast has been up to: Illeagle watched Spider-Man: No Way Home (38:45), Don't Look Up (39:31) and tick, tick...BOOM! (41:56) Nerdbomber watched Encanto (43:22) and played Mario Golf Super Rush (46:02) Techtic spent some time in the kitchen (47:38) and builds his first drone bill of materials (48:27) And then, we would be remiss if we did not pay our respects to an American Icon, Betty White. Betty White sadly passed on New Year's Eve at the age of 99. She holds the record for the "Longest TV Career for an Entertainer (Female)" and has been a beacon of joy and laughter for many through her work. We honor her with: A tribute reflecting on her career and impact on the world of entertainment (51:26) The first trivia showdown of 2022, dedicated to lesser-known facts about Betty White's life (54:44) Special shoutout to our Patreon Producer: Steven Keller Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp, professional counseling done securely online. Join over 1 million people who have taken charge of their mental health and get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/listener. We'd like to thank each and every one of you for listening in every week. If you'd like to support the show, you can drop us a review on your favorite podcast platform or, if you're feeling extra generous, drop us a subscribe over at Patreon.com/OnlineWarriorsPodcast. We have three tiers of subscriptions, each of which gives you some awesome bonus content! As always, we appreciate you tuning in, and look forward to seeing you next week! Stay safe and healthy everyone! Find us all over the web: Online Warriors Website: https://www.onlinewarriorspodcast.com Online Warriors Twitter: https://twitter.com/onlinewarriors1 Illeagle's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OWIlleagle86 Nerdbomber's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OWNerdbomber Techtic's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OWTechtic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onlinewarriorspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onlinewarriorspodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwOwzY6aBcTFucWEeFEtwIg Merch Store: https://teespring.com/stores/onlinewarriorspodcast
https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/lewis-carroll-invented-retroactive Retroactive public goods funding is one of those ideas that's so great people can't stop reinventing it. I know of at least five independent inventions under five different names: “social impact bonds” by a New Zealand economist in 1988, “certificates of impact” by Paul Christiano in 2014, “retroactive public goods funding” by Vitalik Buterin a few years ago, “EA loans” by a blogger who prefers to remain anonymous, and “venture grants” by Mako Yass. These aren't all exactly the same idea. Some are slightly better framed than others and probably I'm being terribly disrespectful to the better ones by saying they're the same as the worse ones. But I think they all share a basic core: some structure that lets profit-seeking venture capitalist types invest in altruistic causes, in the hopes that altruists will pay them back later once they've been shown to work. Upon re-reading some old SSC comments, I found a gem I'd missed the first time around: Julie K says that the actual first person to invent this idea was Lewis Carroll (aka author of Alice in Wonderland) back in 1894. She quotes from his book Sylvie and Bruno:
In today's episode, you will learn THE secret to long-term success with your Executive Assistant. Now more than ever, you should value and invest in employee retention. The secret I share with you today will set you on the right path. Yes, I'm going to leave you baited with suspense to find out what that secret is. In today's episode, I want to discuss: - How to honor your unique needs in a relationship with your EA — much like a marriage…they are all different! - The vulnerability of letting an EA into your world and the tremendous amount of trust that requires. - The different “worlds” you must give to your EA, whether it is mental, emotional or visionary. Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to my podcast? If the answer is no, I'd love for you to subscribe. Diary of a Doer is full of stories of business, some behind the scenes, and freaking amazing guests.If you're feeling really generous, I'd love for you to give me a review on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps me out a ton!
Download for Mobile | Podcast Preview | Full Timestamps Silent Hill 1 Holds Up Wolfstride: Style, Mecha & Peepoo Mortal Shell: Leave The Forest Don't Look Up: Preach To My Anxiety Riot's $100M Settlement Final FaNFT You can watch us record the podcast live on twitch.tv/castlesuperbeast Go to http://greenchef.com/superbeast130 and use code superbeast130 to get $130 off, plus free shipping! -- Go to http://expressvpn.com/superbeast to get an extra 3 months free! -- Go to http://buyraycon.com/superbeast to get 15% off your order! -- Get 25% off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code CASTLE2021. Riot Games settles the 2018 California gender discrimination suit for $100 million. $80 million will go to women employees and contractors at Riot who worked there between 2014 and now. GoldenEye 007 Is Getting A Digital Release On Xbox the Titanfall 2 Northstar client has a custom mode where BT yeets you into the map at the start of every round and it absolutely owns ATLUS announced that Shin Megami Tensei V has sold around 800,000 copies since launch, making it the best selling title in the series Atlus Renews Domains For Unannounced Persona 5 Projects Square Enix president talks about new tech/concepts including NFTs It Takes Two Creator Josef Fares Would Rather "Get Shot In The Knee" Than Include NFTs In His Games A Harry Potter MMO was "killed" by EA for lack of belief in the IP
机核上线了新功能「话题讨论」，你看到的、听到的、想到的，你制作的、书写的、绘制的，你经历的、体验的、感受到的一切，都可以记录在这里。只要你想，它将是你的工作日志，是你的创作温床，是你的灵魂雷达，也是所有机组成员的精神家园。 为了能让「话题讨论」中有趣的话题和朋友们能够被更多人看到，我们策划了这样一档新节目，聊一聊话题里的新鲜事。目前节目是EA阶段，欢迎大家对节目的内容、更新频率乃至节目的名字给予宝贵意见～ 当然，也希望能够看到更多的朋友来到这里分享自己的故事。关于「话题讨论」功能的更多介绍，请点击下文了解
Wrap Session 26 Design and Culture. Get to know the amazing Harrison Wheeler in a whole new way. In this fun wrap session, this Senior Design Manager and host of the podcast Technically Speaking shares his journey from his college days as a featured football player in the EA sports NCAA video game, becoming a stock photo favorite for media campaigns and how more Black representation and leadership is Design is needed. https://www.gettechnical.io/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/hmwheeler/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/techwrapqueen/message
SALUTE TO YOU AND 2022! #EA TRACKLIST: 1. Evil Activities & Korsakoff | Shadows 2. Nosferatu | How far we can go 3. Mad Dog | MEAN STREETS 4. GridKiller | Man Of Action 5. Angerfist & The Playah | Prophecy 6. Ophidian |Music (The Cosmonaut) 7. The Playah | Stand Up 8. Angerfist & Miss K8 | Break of Dawn 9. Dither & Deadly Guns & Warface | We Always Rise 10. Furyan | LOST 11. Mad Dog & Dave Revan | Hundreds of Dogs 12. Audiofreq & Destructive Tendencies | Misfit 13. Korsakoff & Promo | The Sound Flow 14. AniMe & Broken Minds | Die Alone (RESTRAINED REMIX) 15. Nosferatu | Play with the rhythm 16. Dither | Rave Machine 17. N-Vitral | HARDCORE POWER 18. GUNZ FOR HIRE | ONGEDIERTE VAN DE NACHT 19. Malice & Deadly Guns | The Upside Down 20. Angerfist | What Happened 21. D-Fence | Brainshock 22. Broken Minds & Nosferatu | The Silence In The Room 23. Angerfist & Restrained | You Ain't Real 24. Furyan | A Journey Through Memory 25. Hackedface | Oxygen (BLOODFIRE REMIX) 26. Sefa | The Omega 27. RTC | Raveworld (F.NOIZE REMIX) 28. N-Vitral & Dither | ICH WILL BASS 29. D-Fence & Miss K8 | Generavers 30. DIGITAL PUNK & ACT OF RAGE - TILL SUNRISE (SEFA & ACT OF RAGE REMIX) 31. Dr. Peacock | Trip To Valhalla 32. Furyan | Bass Journey (MISS K8 REMIX) 33. N-Vitral | Welcome To The Thunderdome 34. Furyan & Evil Activies | Rule The World 35. AniMe | My Beat 36. F.Noize & Antenora | I'll Stay With You 37. Sefa & Dr. Peacock ft. Chrono | Das Boot 38. D-Block & S-te-Fan | Kingdom (SEFA REMIX) 39. E-Force | SEVEN (DIMITRI K REMIX) 40. SPITNOISE | JUST LIKE THAT (2021 REFIX) 41. Furyan & LSD | Overdose Party
E.A. is an entrepreneur, business consultant, writer, and the founder of Givers University. His humble beginnings were that of the son of a milkman, and at age 16, he started his business career at a commission sales job selling janitorial services to business owners. At the age of 19, E. A. met Sam Robbins, a millionaire who took E. A. under his wing and began to mentor him. At 21, Csolkovits became the Chairman of House of Holland Jewellers, and later at the young age of 23, E.A. Csolkovits became a millionaire. Aside from his numerous personal and professional achievements, E.A. was able to write and publish a total of 180 GIVERS Codes- consisting of The 54 ‘Wisdom For Happiness' GIVERS Codes, The 54 Wealth For Freedom GIVERS Codes, and The 72 ‘Wellness For Greatness' GIVERS Codes. In this episode, EA shares more ways to expand your influence and drive business growth predictably. Insights he shares include: How to get feedback in near real-time from mentorsWhy build an advisory community for your businessWhat is the difference between GIVERS Communities & Takers CommunitiesThe four ways in which to grow a businessWhat are the 3 types of GIVERS CommunitiesExamples of each of the 3 types of GIVERS CommunitiesThe 7 steps in building a GIVERS Community around you What do if you want to be a member or start a GIVERS Communityand much much more ....
Show #1326 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Friday 31st December. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. CHEVROLET SILVERADO EV RESERVATION WILL BEGIN ONE HOUR AFTER DEBUT - The Chevrolet Silverado EV, powered by GM's new Ultium battery technology, and was planned to make its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on January 5th, 2022, at 12 PM Eastern Time. However, GM has switched the debut to take place entirely online, with zero changes to the date and time. Meanwhile, reservations for the all-electric Silverado will open just one hour later at 1 PM Eastern Time. - The reasoning behind GMs switching from unveiling the Chevrolet Silverado EV at CES to making it an entirely online presentation is due to the COVID-19 Omicron variant, which has contributed to record case numbers worldwide. The new Chevrolet Silverado EV is expected to be “game-changing” and will be related to the off-road focused GMC Hummer EV. - Since the GMC Hummer EV isn't a competitor with Ford's battery-electric F-150 Lightning, the Silverado EV will have the honor of challenging Ford's current success within the market. Original Source : https://www.musclecarsandtrucks.com/chevrolet-silverado-ev-reservations-opening-time/ OLA CLAIMS ALL ELECTRIC SCOOTER ORDERS DISPATCHED, CUSTOMERS RESPOND 'NOPE' - Ola's CEO Bhavish Aggarwal took to Twitter this morning to announce that the company has now dispatched all of the electric scooters that have been reserved. But many customers disagreed, quickly calling out the CEO. - Aggarwal explained that the scooters were in the process of being delivered, which includes going through the registration process. - That process is apparently taking longer than the company originally anticipated, with Aggarwal continuing, “Some in transit, most already at delivery centres near you getting through RTO registration process. The registration process took longer than we anticipated as a fully digital process is new for all.” - As an electric scooter startup, Ola Electric has faced an uphill battle to reach its own ambitious goal of producing 2 million electric scooters per year. Original Source : https://electrek.co/2021/12/31/ola-ceo-claims-it-has-dispatched-all-pre-ordered-electric-scooters-customers-disagree/ MAZDA SAYS THE MX-30 IS AN IDEAL SECOND CAR - Mazda's first fully-electric vehicle, the MX-30 crossover, has a range of 100 miles. For now Mazda's only importing 560 for sale in California, a state that happens to be quite large. However, California also mandates that manufacturers sell cars without internal-combustion engines as part of their fleets, leading to the suspicion that the MX-30 is merely a compliance car and the company never expected to sell many examples. - Speaking to Automotive News Canada, Mazda national manager Mark Peyman described the kind of customer the company is envisioning would make for the ideal MX-30. That is, someone who already owns another car. - “We come to market with a vehicle like the MX-30 that has a smaller battery, a smaller footprint environmentally and still meets the range needs of 80 per cent-plus of the consumers that will probably use this,” Peyman said. “We've found through research that many of these individuals have additional cars in their households that are for longer range.” - Peyman strikes a better answer deeper into Auto News' story, saying that those customers that like the MX-30 but are particularly worried about range should wait for the “Powered by ROTARY” plug-in hybrid version: - “Step one is to focus on these urban environments and people that do want a more environmentally conscious choice with the full battery electric,” Peyman said. “Step two, this [plug-in hybrid model] could conceivably be somebody's only vehicle, so it's just a step further out.” Original Source : https://jalopnik.com/mazda-admits-you-need-two-cars-to-justify-mx-30-ownersh-1848283112 CHARGING TESLA MODEL S VIA CCS AT ELECTRIFY AMERICA IS FAST, CHEAP - Tesla cars in North America are equipped with the company's proprietary charging port - not compatible with the CCS Combo 1 plugs (the adapter is coming). Imagine our surprise the when we saw a report about an owner who is successfully using Electrify America chargers with CCS1 plugs. - In a Reddit topic titled "I drove a Plaid 2000 miles using mostly Electrify America stations...," Ryan Huber describes details of how his Tesla Model S Plaid was charging using CCS1 chargers. - According to the highlights, the charging power exceeds 200 kW (between 8% and about 45% SOC) and might be considered as "Supercharging 2.5" (the V2 Superchargers allow 150 kW, while V3 as much as 250 kW). The peak was 217 kW (499 A at 435 V). - "The charge curve is great. I'd call this "Supercharger 2.5" if you want to get a feel for the speed. At 500 amps, you can get a lot of juice into the car, relatively quickly. The car charges at more than 200kW from 8% to about 45%. It peaks at 39% SoC which is approx 499A at 435V, which is about 217kW. At that point the car begins ramping down the amperage at the same rate as a V3 supercharger." - "I'm rather convinced the bad experiences people have with EA have more to do with car manufacturer CCS implementations than the stations themselves. I had exactly one failure and it was a bad pedestal that I didn't notice was marked as unavailable in the app." Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/557776/tesla-2000miles-using-ea-chargers/ TESLA RECALLS ALMOST HALF A MILLION ELECTRIC CARS OVER SAFETY ISSUES - Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) is recalling more than 475,000 of its Model 3 and Model S electric cars to address rearview camera and trunk issues that increase the risk of crashing, the U.S. road safety regulator said on Thursday. - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been discussing another camera issue with the automaker, while probing the company's driver assistant system. - Around 200,000 Tesla vehicles will be recalled in China, the country's market regulator said on Friday. - The U.S. electric vehicle manufacturer is recalling 356,309 2017-2020 Model 3 vehicles to address rearview camera issues and 119,009 Model S vehicles due to front hood problems, the federal regulator said. Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/tesla-recalls-over-475000-electric-vehicles-2021-12-30/ - The recall applies to 2014-2021 Model S vehicles, according to an email sent to Teslarati by a reader this morning. “On these vehicles, the latch assembly may be positioned too far back, preventing the secondary latch from properly engaging the trunk striker. If the trunk is inadvertently released while driving and the secondary latch is not engaged, the frunk may be open without warning and obstruct the driver's visibility. If the frunk is inadvertently released, the driver will receive an alert on the user interface. We are not aware of any crashes or injuries related to this condition.” Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-model-s-frunk-latch-recall/ TESLA MODEL 3 RECALL OVER REAR CAMERA CONNECTION - The coaxial cable is attached to a harness on the trunk lid and can become worn after repeated opening and closing of the trunk. If the core of coaxial cable separates due to excessive wear, the rearview camera feed will not be visible on the center display, affecting the driver's view and increasing the risk of collision, the NHTSA said. - Tesla will inspect the trunk harnesses in affected vehicles and equip the harness with a guide to protect it from further wear if necessary. Owners who paid to replace or fix the trunk harness for the same issue prior to the recall may be eligible for reimbursement from Tesla. Original Source : https://apnews.com/article/technology-business-f7bfb1b4cb2bf570a9f9acd28d0fb4a4 STRANGE TESLA MODEL Y BODY SUGGESTS NEW EV BREAKTHROUGH - But the latest video from December 27 shows us something a little strange in the form of a Tesla Model Y body in white. Typically, a body has to have a floor and structural bracing, and then, in the case of an EV, the battery is mounted to that. Elon Musk has long stated that he wants to move Tesla to a system with integrated structural batteries, and it looks like this could be the first step towards that. With no visible floor, it suggests that a structural battery would form the entire floor of the Model Y, removing the need for extra structural bracing, reducing weight, and simplifying the production process. Original Source : https://carbuzz.com/news/strange-tesla-model-y-body-suggests-new-ev-breakthrough TESLA MODEL Y PERFORMANCE CARS SPOTTED LEAVING GIGAFACTORY BERLIN ON A TRAILER Original Source : https://www.autoevolution.com/news/tesla-model-y-performance-cars-spotted-leaving-gigafactory-berlin-on-a-trailer-178019.html TESLA RAISES PRICES OF MODEL 3 AND MODEL Y AGAIN IN MAINLAND CHINA Original Source : https://www.scmp.com/business/china-business/article/3161734/tesla-raises-prices-model-3-and-model-y-again-mainland IN COLORADO, ELECTRIC CARS ARE MOSTLY FOR RICH PEOPLE. COULD FEDERAL AND STATE POLICY CHANGE THAT? Original Source : https://www.cpr.org/2021/12/31/in-colorado-electric-cars-are-mostly-for-rich-people QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returns in 2022. Email me a suggestion for a possible question and I might pick yours! firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. 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This week we cover: Trolls going after content, EA having to ban users, Epic's new Fortnite like game, John Madden's passing, Kamigawa promotions, Riot's $100M settlement, Huey going to work for WotC, and our most and least favorite things in gaming of 2021. DeQuan - @powrdragn Brian - @dlceasar CardSphere https://www.cardsphere.com Our TCGPlayer affiliate link: https://bit.ly/2qF0AKU Color of Magic Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ColorofMagic Website: https://www.colorofmtg.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColorofMTG Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/colorofmtg
This week we cover: Trolls going after content, EA having to ban users, Epic's new Fortnite like game, John Madden's passing, Kamigawa promotions, Riot's $100M settlement, Huey going to work for WotC, and out most and least favorite things in gaming of 2021. DeQuan - @powrdragnBrian - @dlceasar CardSpherehttps://www.cardsphere.com Our TCGPlayer affiliate link:https://bit.ly/2qF0AKU Color of Magic Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/ColorofMagic Website:https://www.colorofmtg.com/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/ColorofMTG Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/colorofmtg
This week we cover: Trolls going after content, EA having to ban users, Epic's new Fortnite like game, John Madden's passing, Kamigawa promotions, Riot's $100M settlement, Huey going to work for WotC, and out most and least favorite things in gaming of 2021. DeQuan - @powrdragnBrian - @dlceasar CardSpherehttps://www.cardsphere.com Our TCGPlayer affiliate link:https://bit.ly/2qF0AKU Color of Magic Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/ColorofMagic Website:https://www.colorofmtg.com/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/ColorofMTG Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/colorofmtg
Capital Games is on their annual winter break at the moment, so there’s not a lot of new content to pore over, but the recent [...]
We get some updates on the Wings prospects at the now-canceled World Junior Championships before trying to figure out why EA is so bad at hockey stuff. Remember to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @GrindLinePod and join our Discord at discord.gg/mQ6KP6ePGX Rate, review, subscribe, and check out our merch on Redbubble! https://www.redbubble.com/people/TheGrindLine/shop Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Peter Moore, the former head of EA Sports and COO at EA, talks with Lukas about John Madden. Madden passed away on Dec. 28th. Peter Moore: https://twitter.com/PeterMooreLFC LAN Parties: https://twitter.com/LANPartiesPod Lukas Eggen: https://twitter.com/lukaseggen Ryan Smith: https://twitter.com/smitty2447 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are giving away 12 days of gifts. The idea is that we create a bridge from the Winter Solstice to the New Year! We chose 12 tools, ideas, and strategies that are all about ending this year and planning next year. Each day, we will release an episode, and many of the days will have fun (and very useful) printables! DAY 9 – 5 Dates to take that will change how you think about money So often I hear from women who are not moving towards their dreams because of money. So often I hear from entrepreneurs at this time of year who are super stressed about biz numbers that are different from what they thought, or are starting to stress about taxes. Each year in FLOW365, taxes, and the dread that comes with that task for many takes over and becomes an obstacle in moving towards goals. So this year, I want everyone to have a plan to make the system of money easier!!!! Here is the thing… women who have money will change the world!!! Our partner and friend Megan Flatt from https://www.instagram.com/letscollective.co/?hl=en (Lets Collective) reminded FLOW entrepreneurs of this last week when we were planning what we want to earn in 2022. I think one of the most actionable talks I have ever hosted on money and entrepreneurship is with LuSundra Everett, EA https://www.instagram.com/homebiztaxlady/ (@homebiztaxlady) at camp this summer. YOU WILL FINISH WITH SOME IMPORTANT DATES FOR YOUR CALENDAR!!!
Today I'm sharing my Bible reading plan strategy for 2022: Active Reading! To do this, we're going to look at a strategy that involves writing in our Bibles- and several types of wide-margin Bibles that are great for this strategy. Be sure to check the episode link for reading plan downloads and video content from this episode!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/betterbiblereading)
On the 69th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by new Pro Football Hall of Fame president Jim Porter, as this week brings us the final 15 candidates for the PFHOF Class of 2022 (10:44 – 40:13). But first, Morten remembers the late John Madden, as the news of his passing came down on Tuesday evening. Morten reminisces about his Pro Football Hall of Fame brother, and puts his legacy in perspective (00:00 – 10:01).We then move to our interview with Jim Porter where he discusses a wide range of topics: taking over the job previously held by David Baker, and why he will be a different type of leader for the Hall of Fame (11:36); his background of growing up in the Canton region, working for the local newspaper, and why he wants to get the Hall of Fame more connected to the local community (14:29); some of Morten's ideas to get the local population more involved with the PFHOF (16:58); his love for the bronze bust room (21:17); why we will see a different version of “the knock” moving forward (23:21); on the topic of more specialists being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Jim talks about why the PFHOF needs to include more members that represent all aspects of the game (25:43); on bringing back the tradition of honoring anniversary classes on induction weekend every year (30:17); the great group of 26 players in the mix for the 15 finalist spots this year, and why Jim is happy he doesn't have to make the tough decisions on who to elect (31:57); the balance between the non-profit and for-profit parts of the Pro Football Hall of Fame (34:15); and Morten's idea for the world's largest flag football tournament to be played in Canton (37:05).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (41:43 – 50:36)). Morten gives his picks for Chiefs at Bengals (44:35), Dolphins at Titans (46:16), Rams at Ravens (47:02), Cardinals at Cowboys (47:55) and Vikings at Packers (48:43).Finally, we close things out with “Morten's Game Winner” – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about the grueling process of being a candidate for the Pro Football Hall of Fame (50:36).
E.A. is an entrepreneur, business consultant, writer, and the founder of Givers University. His humble beginnings were that of the son of a milkman, and at age 16, he started his business career at a commission sales job selling janitorial services to business owners. At the age of 19, E. A. met Sam Robbins, a millionaire who took E. A. under his wing and began to mentor him. At 21, Csolkovits became the Chairman of House of Holland Jewellers, and later at the young age of 23, E.A. Csolkovits became a millionaire. Aside from his numerous personal and professional achievements, E.A. was able to write and publish a total of 180 GIVERS Codes- consisting of The 54 ‘Wisdom For Happiness' GIVERS Codes, The 54 Wealth For Freedom GIVERS Codes, and The 72 ‘Wellness For Greatness' GIVERS Codes. In this episode, EA shares ways to expand your influence and drive business growth predictably. Insights he shares include: Why be a giver as opposed to a takerHow to develop a givers mindset and expand your influenceHow EA's life changed via a chance encounterHow to expand your influence through relationshipsWhy is discernment important in developing your mindsetHow to expand your influence as a giverHow to pick the habits you need to adoptHow to pick a mentorand much much more ...
Hosts Eric Allen and Leger Douzable look back at an adversity-filled week that ended with a Jets' win over the Jaguars. The guys review Ron Middleton's impressive performance as interim HC (0:24) plus Braxton Berrios' big day and his Pro Bowl-worthy campaign (2:56). Jets OL Dan Feeney joins the crew to chat about the mullet, his versatility, playing with Tevin Coleman again and his love of hockey (21:43). Finally Douz and EA talk about Tom Brady's possible last stop at MetLife Stadium and what's ahead for QB Zach Wilson vs. Bucs DC Todd Bowles (38:25).
In this hog slam we talk about the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, The story of Oliver Lerch's Christmas Eve disappearance, we talk about giant eagles/ man bear pig and we stay stinky the whole time. Stay Golden
COMPLETAS SÁBADO (I Completas) (Oración antes del descanso nocturno) INVOCACIÓN INICIAL V. Dios mío, ven en mi auxilio R. Señor, date prisa en socorrerme. Gloria al Padre, y al Hijo, y al Espíritu Santo. Como era en el principio, ahora y siempre, por los siglos de los siglos. Amén. HIMNO Cristo, Señor de la noche, que disipas las tinieblas: mientras los cuerpos reposan, se tú nuestro centinela. Después de tanta fatiga, después de tanta dureza, acógenos en tus brazos y danos noche serena. Si nuestros ojos se duermen, que el alma esté siempre en vela; en paz cierra nuestros párpados para que cesen las penas. Y que al despuntar el alba, otra vez con fuerzas nuevas, te demos gracias, oh Cristo, por la vida que comienza. Amén. Salmo 4 - Ten piedad de mí, Señor, y escucha mi oración. Salmo 133 - Durante la noche, bendecid al Señor. Lectura Breve Escucha, Israel: El Señor, nuestro Dios, es solamente uno. Amarás al Señor, tu Dios, con todo el corazón, con toda el alma, con todas las fuerzas. Las palabras que hoy te digo quedarán en tu memoria; se las repetirás a tus hijos y hablarás de ellas estando en casa y yendo de camino, acostado y levantado. CÁNTICO EVANGÉLICO Ant. Sálvanos, Señor, despiertos, protégenos mientras dormimos, para que velemos con Cristo y descansemos en paz. CÁNTICO DE SIMEÓN Lc 2, 29-32 Ahora, Señor, según tu promesa, puedes dejar a tu siervo irse en paz, porque mis ojos han visto a tu Salvador, a quien has presentado ante todos los pueblos luz para alumbrar a las naciones y gloria de tu pueblo Israel. Gloria al Padre, y al Hijo, y al Espíritu Santo. Como era en el principio, ahora y siempre, por los siglos de los siglos. Amén. Oración Guárdanos, Señor, durante esta noche y haz que mañana, ya al clarear el nuevo día, la celebración del domingo nos llene con la alegría de la resurrección de tu Hijo. Que vive y reina por los siglos de los siglos. Conclusión V. El Señor todopoderoso nos conceda una noche tranquila y una santa muerte. R. Amén. ANTÍFONA FINAL DE LA SANTISIMA VIRGEN Dios te salve, Reina y Madre de misericordia, vida, dulzura y esperanza nuestra, Dios te salve. A ti llamamos los desterrados hijos de Eva, a ti suspiramos, gimiendo y llorando, en este valle de lágrimas. Ea, pues, Señora, abogada nuestra, vuelve a nosotros esos tus ojos misericordiosos, y después de este destierro muéstranos a Jesús, fruto bendito de tu vientre. Oh clemente, oh piadosa, oh dulce Virgen María! (929)
Is it okay for anyone to have opinions about marginalized communities even if they're not a part of those communities? Do people in marginalized groups have special knowledge (especially tacit knowledge) about their groups that can't be known or experienced from the outside? To what extent can we know and empathize with others' experiences regardless of differences in race, socioeconomic status, gender, sexual orientation, etc.? Do oppression and discrimination tend to be caused more by active bigotry or by mere lack of care and awareness? What information (if any) does intersectionality fail to capture about people? Is describing someone intersectionally an end in itself, or is it just a way of correcting (or over-correcting) for the suppression of marginalized voices? Should ideas be discussed absent their context or implications (see: decoupling norms vs. contextualizing norms)? To what extent should we focus on individuals versus groups when attempting to fix inequities? Are individuals or groups responsible for redressing the atrocities of their ancestors? Should people be "cancelled" for their views (including their past views, even if their current views are different)? To what extent is the shifting of moral ground around social justice issues unpredictable and/or disorienting? How can democratic societies balance the need to debate difficult ideas with the risk of giving reprehensible ideas a platform? Should rules about offensiveness be enforced from the top down (e.g., from a government, a school administration, a company's board of directors, or even parents)? Is offense only "in the eye of the beholder"?Amber Dawn is an itinerant UChicago PhD student working on Plato and Lucretius. She is interested in philosophy, emotions, mental health and therapy, effective altruism, ethics, gender, sex, anarchism, and social justice. You can find more about Amber on Facebook, Twitter, or Medium, or you can email her at email@example.com.Holly Elmore is an effective altruist with a background in evolutionary biology. After organizing EA groups at Harvard throughout her PhD, she left academia and conducts EA-style wild animal welfare research. She witnessed the rise of wokism from within American universities, and has followed developments in social justice culture both as an adversary and an interested amateur sociologist. You can find more about her at her blog.Amber and Holly would like for us to remind you that the views they express in this conversation are their own and do not reflect the views held by their employers.
Emma Saunders is joined by former West Ham teammates Nigel Reo-Coker and Carlton Cole and EA presenter Nubaid Haroon to reflect on Sunday's Premier League matches. Tottenham's thrilling 2-2 draw with Liverpool caused a stir with some controversial refereeing decisions as Andy Robertson was sent off for a challenge on Emerson Royal in the second half. But should Harry Kane have met a similar fate after a high tackle on Robertson in the first half? Jurgen Klopp gives another spicy interview to Rob Nothman… Klopp didn't quite suggest he was Rob's puppy this time but he wasn't too happy with one question. The guys share what they thought of some of the decisions and whether Antonio Conte will be disappointed his side didn't take all three points. Liverpool's failure to win means Manchester City are three points clear at the top at Christmas after they beat Newcastle 4-0. That win wasn't without controversy either, with Newcastle adamant they should have had a penalty after Ederson took out Ryan Fraser in the box when City were 2-0 up. Hear what Alan Shearer made of that (SPOILER: He wasn't too impressed). Pep Guardiola also says he dropped some players because their behaviour off the pitch in the run up to Christmas has not been up to standard. The guys discuss whom Guardiola might be referring to and Nigel has a VERY interesting take on why Newcastle fans might not be too fussed if they get relegated… And Thomas Tuchel wasn't too happy after the Premier League rejected their request to postpone their game at Wolves due to a covid outbreak in the squad. They were held to a goalless draw at Molineux, which leaves them six points adrift of the top, so was Tuchel right to be annoyed about the game going ahead? TOPICS 04:48 - Refereeing decisions in Tottenham v Liverpool 13:34 - Jurgen Klopp interview with Rob Nothman 20:36 - Will Conte be disappointed with just a point? 23:34 - Manchester City going three points clear at the top 27:02 - Guardiola's expectations from players off the pitch 32.54 - Alan Shearer on Newcastle not being awarded a penalty 37.52 - Nigel on Newcastle fans not being bothered about relegation 42.25 - Thomas Tuchel on Chelsea's covid outbreak
Mimi Coiffait is a specialist sports industry EA and operations manager with over 10 years of experience supporting high profile organizations.In episode 146 of the podcast, Mimi talks about what it's like planning high-profile events, staying authentic in a world that can have a lot of "show business" elements, how to not take things personally, and more.She also tells us about the time she coordinated an event with Michelle Obama, David Beckham, and SpongeBob SquarePants. :-)Show Notes -> leaderassistant.com/146Premium Membership -> leaderassistant.com/membershipBook -> leaderassistantbook.comEvents -> leaderassistantlive.comFree Community -> leaderassistant.com/community
No new characters were announced this week and it feels… strangely refreshing? We talk about the latest new omicron abilities, our first round of the [...]
Ghislaine Maxwell is set to call 35 witnesses to the stand for her defense, Facebook admits in court that ‘Fact Checks' are just opinions, EA suspends Kyle Rittenhouse's account - for using his own name, and Waukesha feels abandoned after a tragic parade attack.Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec