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Antiques Freaks
253 E - The Sailor's Word Book (1867)

Antiques Freaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 7:32


Ear-wigging. Eskippamentum. Eating the wind out of a vessel. All these terms and more defined by the Sailor's Word Book - for all your antique etymological nautical needs!

Music Student 101
117-Melodic Organization and Thematic Development

Music Student 101

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 83:43


Once you've written a theme, or a main melody, there are a number of ways you can develop it and organize it into your overall piece. Repetition, transposition, expansion, contraction, augmentation, diminution, fragmentation, variation and melodic sequences are just a few of the many ways this can be achieved. Let's, listen!

Pillars Of Wealth Creation
POWC #534 – Surgical Precision in Real Estate with Dr. Vasu Kakarlapudi

Pillars Of Wealth Creation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 40:47


Dr. Vasu Kakarlapudi uses his experience as a surgeon to invest in real estate with surgical precision. Hear his story in today's episode. Welcome to Pillars of Wealth Creation, where we talk about building financial freedom with a special focus in business and Real Estate. Follow along as Todd Dexheimer interviews top entrepreneurs, investors, advisers and coaches. Dr. Vasu Kakarlapudi was born in India and raised in Kansas City. He graduated top of his class with numerous medical school honors and earned his MBA in Entrepreneurship at the University of Louisville. His passion for medicine and meticulous surgery led him to train as an Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Neck Surgeon at the University of Maryland. That same passion has also carried over into his real estate investing journey. He founded Apta Properties - where the mission is to extend those passive income opportunities to surgeons and physicians who are looking to create more personal freedom. 3 Pillars 1. Humility 2. Commitment to lifelong learning 3. Mentorship Books: StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath, Who Not How by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben Hardy, The Gap and the Gain by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben Hardy You can connect with Vasu on LinkedIn or www.aptaproperties.com/webinar Interested in coaching? Schedule a call with Todd at www.coachwithdex.com Connect with Pillars Of Wealth Creation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/PillarsofWealthCreation/ Subscribe to our email list at www.pillarsofwealthcreation.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/PillarsOfWealthCreation

ParentingU
A Whole Team to Help: Cleft Lip and Palate

ParentingU

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 33:49


The diagnosis of cleft lip and palate is much more common than you might realize, but the treatment is accessible, advanced and comprehensive! We can't quite say that cleft lip and palate is “no big deal,” but we can say an entire team of doctors, surgeons, dentists, speech therapists and social workers are trained and experienced at making this diagnosis as low-impact and manageable as possible. Most babies who have a cleft lip or cleft palate only have a slight, unnoticeable scar after receiving treatment. To discuss the team approach for treating cleft lip and palate, ParentingU host Stephanie is joined by Lisa Morris, MD and Laura Hetzler, MD—both otolaryngologists (Ear, Nose and Throat physicians), both with specialties in facial plastic surgery; and co-directors of Our Lady of the Lake Cleft and Craniofacial Multidisciplinary Team. You will hear the passion these doctors have for their specialties and receive an education about how a medical team can work together for their infant patients and their families. Resources for You Learn more about Our Lady of the Lake Cleft and Craniofacial Multidisciplinary Team here. Read about the Cleft and Craniofacial Services available. Learn more about the LSU Department of Otolaryngology and the research they are conducting. Questions Answered on the Show How common is a diagnosis of cleft lip and palate? When do expectant parents often learn of the cleft lip and palate diagnosis? We received a diagnosis of cleft lip for our baby. I am scared and upset. What can I do? What causes cleft lip and palate? What kinds of doctors help with cleft lip and palate treatment? Can a baby with a cleft lip have a normal life? How do babies with cleft lip and palate eat? Are there resources in South Louisiana to help with a diagnosis of cleft lip and palate? Is LSU involved in cleft lip and palate research? We hope you enjoy the new season of ParentingU! You can hear all episodes of ParentingU on our website or on your favorite podcast app including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts. New! Watch videos of our podcast on YouTube: ParentingU playlist.   I'm deleting these links to the other hospitals - this is really a Baton Rouge specific service - at the Children's Hospital. These are the three hospitals where babies are born (although St. Francis is in northern Louisiana)

When In Romance
Best of Our 2022 Backlist!

When In Romance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 53:32


Jess and Trisha start talking about 2022 recommendations, including No-Shirt November and their favorite backlist romance reads of 2022. Follow the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. To get even more romance recs and news, sign up for our Kissing Books newsletter! This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. News Jess mentioned the Brown Book Series — check it out here! Jess was at RRAW this year — maybe we'll all join her next year?? Are you ready for Shop Your Shelves BINGO from Love in Panels? Of course you are. Books Discussed The Vibrant Years by Sonali Dev Cupid Calling by Viano Oniomoh Play it by Ear by Tara Frejas The Men at Work series — including Her Naughty Holiday — by Tiffany Reisz Harbor (or anything in the Beards and Bondage series, honestly) by Rebekah Weatherspoon Thirsty (and similarly, anything in the Eastside Brewery series) by Mia Hopkins Royally Screwed (and the rest of the Royally series) by Emma Chase Whiteout by Adriana Anders Battle Royal by Lucy Parker Deal With the Demon by Chace Verity You Had Me at Hola and A Lot Like Adiós by Alexis Daria The Worst Guy by Kate Canterbury If You Love Something by Jayce Ellis Check, Please! By Ngozi Ukazu The time has come — send us your recommendation requests for any gifting (or just for you)!! As always, you can find Jess and Trisha at the WIR email address (wheninromance@bookriot.com). You can also find us on Twitter (@jessisreading and @trishahaleybrwn), or Instagram (@jess_is_reading and @trishahaleybrown). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Land Stewardship Project's Ear to the Ground
Ear to the Ground 294: Rootless Regeneration

Land Stewardship Project's Ear to the Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 19:46


These beginning farmers are accessing land without owning it — one megawatt at a time. More Information • LSP's Farm Beginnings Course • Farm Beginnings in other Regions: the Farm Beginnings Collaborative • Land Stewardship Letter article on Josie Trople & Arlo Hark • Fresh Voices: the Ear to the Ground podcast series on beginning farmers You can find…  Read More → Source

Land Stewardship Project's Ear to the Ground
Ear to the Ground 293: Middle of Somewhere

Land Stewardship Project's Ear to the Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 14:12


Carrie Calvo’s 7,000-mile journey to the heart of farming and local food. More Information • LSP's Farm Beginnings Course • Farm Beginnings in other Regions: the Farm Beginnings Collaborative • Land Stewardship Letter article on Owl Bluff Farm • Fresh Voices: the Ear to the Ground podcast series on beginning farmers You can find LSP Ear…  Read More → Source

Monsters In The Morning
THE GUYS FROSTED TIPS AND TOES

Monsters In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:30


THURSDAY HR 2 Tropical Storm Nicole. The guys want to get there toes done!!! Ear hairs. Russ wants to get a rain guage. Rules of the office fridge.

Ear and Loathing
Episode 34: Eddie Murphy feat. Michael Jackson, Captain & Tennille, The Firm

Ear and Loathing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 115:39


In this episode of Ear and Loathing, your hosts Aaron, Damon and George (The Gitmo Bros), along with guest Dalton Grant, talk about muskrat ropes, Jimmy Page's whoopee cushion, white people who think about animals screwing, and Johnny Niblets: Producer, Visionary, Civil War Reenacter. In the Torture Chamber segment, Aaron, Damon and George compete for meaningless points by making Dalton listen to his most hated songs. Will Dalton survive the Torture Chamber long enough for a wild session of Premise Generator? Tune in and find out! Songs featured in this episode: "Muskrat Love" (Captain & Tennille), "Star Trekkin'" (The Firm), "Whatzupwitu" (Eddie Murphy and Michael Jackson)

Land Stewardship Project's Ear to the Ground
Ear to the Ground 289: Reflections on a Revolution

Land Stewardship Project's Ear to the Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 16:46


Two decades after crop failures almost ended his farming career, soil health pioneer Gabe Brown reflects on how far the regenerative ag movement has come…and where it’s going. More Information • LSP's Soil Health web page • Ear to the Ground No. 288: More with Less • Brown’s Ranch • Soil Health, Profits & Resiliency: Land Stewardship…  Read More → Source

Word of the Day
Revenant

Word of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 0:40


Revenant is a noun that refers to a person who has returned as a ghost. The French verb revenir (rev en EAR) translates to ‘coming back.' Our word of the day evolved from this word and entered the English language in the early 19th century as reference to a person who has come back from the dead. While spending the weekend at the cabin, our kids swore there was a revenant outside the back door. It turned out what they thought was a ghost was really just a raccoon picking at the garbage can.

Murder, Mystery & Makeup
*CAUGHT* Four Decades Later - Untold Story Of The Golden State Killer

Murder, Mystery & Makeup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 61:15


Hi my friends! Hope you are having a wonderful day so far. Today on Murder, Mystery & Makeup, I wanted to talk about a highly requested story, the GSK aka EAR aka Original Night Stalker aka EARONS aka many more. I am currently reading the book I'll Be Gone In The Dark by Michelle McNamara  and wooooow weeee! Im not kidding, I have been having nightmares at night. This dude was just AWFUL. Truly truly the worst. Happy technology has come far and really hope that the victims were and are able to move forward and get some kind of closure. I could not imagine. If you are looking to learn more, I highly suggest reading Ill Be Gone In The Dark by Michelle McNamara !! Hope you have a wonderful rest of your week and you Make Good Choices xo Bailey Sarian Check out the original video here and don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube @BaileySarian! Tik Tok : https://bit.ly/3e3jL9v Instagram : http://bit.ly/2nbO4PR Facebook : http://bit.ly/2mdZtK6 Twitter : http://bit.ly/2yT4BLV Pinterest : http://bit.ly/2mVpXnY Youtube : http://bit.ly/1HGw3Og Snapchat : https://bit.ly/3cC0V9d Discord: https://discord.gg/BaileySarian

Principled
S8E9 | Making performance management meaningful and aligned with DOJ policy

Principled

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 31:12


In September, the Department of Justice Fraud Section announced a new policy direction on corporate misconduct, clearly stating that personal accountability for employees, executives, and directors was their number one priority. The revised DOJ policy clearly states that an organization's compensation and benefits program must be aligned to its values and ethical culture. So, what does this mean for compliance? In this episode of the Principled Podcast, host Susan Divers discusses how to implement a meaningful performance management system that meets DOJ objectives with Stephanie Ragan, a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (recently of SOFEC) and now solo practitioner after 14 years as a compliance specialist and manager in the oil and gas industry.    Featured guest: Stephanie Ragan As an experienced, well-rounded compliance and ethics specialist, Stephanie has recently struck out on her own by launching Ragan Export Compliance, a consulting company focused on providing services and guidance for regulatory compliance. A subject matter expert in trade compliance for the past 10 years, she holds both a Masters of Science in Regulatory Trade Compliance and a degree in International Trade Management. Her credentials include special certifications as a Certified United States Export Compliance Officer (CUSECO), a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) and an FCPA Expert (FCPA Blog).With a passion for developing efficient, integrated and automated compliance systems and programs, Stephanie's philosophy is that the intentional integration of compliance and ethics elements within an organization is at the core of every successful business model; and through making compliance accessible and approachable to all stakeholders, the value of a company's culture is significantly increased.   Featured host: Susan Divers Susan Divers is the director of thought leadership and best practices with LRN Corporation. She brings 30+ years' accomplishments and experience in the ethics and compliance arena to LRN clients and colleagues. This expertise includes building state-of-the-art compliance programs infused with values, designing user-friendly means of engaging and informing employees, fostering an embedded culture of compliance, and sharing substantial subject matter expertise in anti-corruption, export controls, sanctions, and other key areas of compliance. Prior to joining LRN, Mrs. Divers served as AECOM's Assistant General for Global Ethics & Compliance and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer. Under her leadership, AECOM's ethics and compliance program garnered six external awards in recognition of its effectiveness and Mrs. Divers' thought leadership in the ethics field. In 2011, Mrs. Divers received the AECOM CEO Award of Excellence, which recognized her work in advancing the company's ethics and compliance program. Before joining AECOM, she worked at SAIC and Lockheed Martin in the international compliance area. Prior to that, she was a partner with the DC office of Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal. She also spent four years in London and is qualified as a Solicitor to the High Court of England and Wales, practicing in the international arena with the law firms of Theodore Goddard & Co. and Herbert Smith & Co. She also served as an attorney in the Office of the Legal Advisor at the Department of State and was a member of the U.S. delegation to the UN working on the first anti-corruption multilateral treaty initiative.  Mrs. Divers is a member of the DC Bar and a graduate of Trinity College, Washington D.C. and of the National Law Center of George Washington University. In 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Ethisphere Magazine listed her as one the “Attorneys Who Matter” in the ethics & compliance area. She is a member of the Advisory Boards of the Rutgers University Center for Ethical Behavior and served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Institute for Practical Training from 2005-2008. She resides in Northern Virginia and is a frequent speaker, writer and commentator on ethics and compliance topics.    Principled Podcast Transcript Intro: Welcome to the Principled Podcast, brought to you by LRN. The Principled Podcast brings together the collective wisdom on ethics, business and compliance, transformative stories of leadership and inspiring workplace culture. Listen in to discover valuable strategies from our community of business leaders and workplace change makers. Susan Divers: Last September, the Department of Justice Fraud Section announced a new policy direction on corporate misconduct. And they clearly stated that personal accountability for employees, executives, and directors was the department's number one priority. And as part of that, the revised policy that DAG, Lisa Monaco put out that day makes clear that an organization's compensation and benefits program must be aligned to its values and ethical culture. That means that positive behavior, for example, turning down a tainted business opportunity should be an essential factor in evaluating performance. And that there should be financial penalties, real financial penalties for misconduct. So what does that mean for compliance professionals? Hello, and welcome to another episode of LRN's DAG, Lisa Monaco. I'm your host, Susan Divers, director of thought leadership and best practices at LRN. Today I'm joined by Stephanie Ragan, a certified compliance and ethics professional, and most recently of Sofec, an oil and gas provider that's global in its operations. Stephanie has just left Sofec and is now consulting on her own after 14 years of a compliance specialist and a manager in the oil and gas industry. We're going to be talking about implementing a meaningful performance management system that meets DOJ objectives and how you go about that. Stephanie, thanks for joining me on Principled Podcast. Stephanie Ragan: Thanks for having me, Susan. Susan Divers: It's my pleasure. Interestingly, one of the questions we ask in LRN's annual program effectiveness survey is about organizations using ethical behavior as a significant factor in compensation, bonuses, hiring and promotion. And last year 69% of the over, I think it was about 1200 ENC programs that we surveyed, indicated that they required that an employee's ethical behavior be evaluated as part of their annual performance review. And we found that top rated programs were much more likely with 88% including such criteria. But Stephanie, as you know, with all things compliance, the devil is in the details. So I'd really like to hear about how you implemented your program that does just that at Sofec. And I'm sure our listeners would love to profit from your experience and your wisdom on this subject. So let's start at the beginning, how did you start this initiative or how did it start and how did you get support for it? Stephanie Ragan: Well, sure. So coming from a company like Sofec, we just celebrated our 50th year and we have a lot of mature programs and some that are still coming along. And our compliance program was one of our newer initiatives. We started it in about 2011. And it was interesting to see that when we formalized that department and all of our programs, policies, everything that helped sustain it, there was a need to measure it against other overhead type departments like HR, HSE and quality. So looking toward those types of departments for direction to see how we could measure effectiveness of programs and tie that back to our professional performance goal setting efforts that we do on an annual basis was a challenge for us. And we decided that as the new kid on the block, we could look at what worked for everybody and what didn't. And we decided that it would be necessary to look at what weight we needed to hold within the organization for each of our compliance initiatives. So for a starting point for our listeners, I would suggest that you look at the way your organizations measure performance. And if there is already an existing HSSEQ component or HR component, that you should also be including a compliance and ethics representation. And that should be a key area of focus for your personnel to align with your company culture and your company code and business operations. Susan Divers: That makes a great deal of sense. And I want to pick up on one thing you said in particular, which is that the ENC program needs to have equal status and weight with other similar programs, whether it's HR or audit or security or health and safety. And that's actually in the 2020 guidance from the Department of Justice as well. Because one of the questions prosecutors will ask or are told to ask companies accused of misconduct is, "Does your ENC program have equal status and resources?" So the approach you took fits very nicely with that. Let's talk about how you actually went about it. How did you enlist support? How long did it take? And what did you do in the end to get it up and running? Stephanie Ragan: Well, you know it takes a village to have any kind of success. And our compliance and ethics global team really took on this call to bring compliance and ethics to the forefront, it having an equal say in the performance measurements that we do in the company. And we were able to within the last few years, convince our management that along with performance measurement, which was a key area of concern, we needed to have regular meetings, at least an annual meeting, to be able to confer as a team globally and to discuss ideas, work on program development and get training initiatives ironed out. Kind of plan out our year as a whole so that globally we could have a cohesive plan that aligned everyone, didn't leave anyone behind from a planning standpoint for all of our entities, and made sure all personnel were covered by local compliance and ethics designees that could administrate and cover those programs as we rolled them out. So this was very well taken on. And again, we leaned back into HR and HSE were having these types of annual meetings and conferences internally in the company. So we wanted to say, again, we need to make sure compliance and ethics is represented. It was well received and management was very supportive. So in 2019, we had our first global gathering. And at that point, we all discussed how we measured and where we had gaps in measuring those compliance and ethics performance areas. And we figured that the global initiative of tying it into your bonus, your compensation that's measured annually by HR, that we needed to partner with them as well. So we were able to utilize the great guidelines that were out by the Department of Justice that came out in 2018, 2020. And then similarly, we had more guidelines come out again this September. These types of guidelines were helpful in getting the highest levels of buy-in. So using that as leverage, we were able to place value on measuring those individual participation to show evidence of a effective compliance program. And we were able to also work with legal. And I think that that's something that anyone who's struggling with finding a way to tie their individual performance metrics for users to compliance and ethics, that having your legal team work with you, if that's not already part of your compliance and ethics team and working with HR to jointly explain to senior management why the Department of Justice guidelines are so helpful and necessary to pay attention to. No one wants to have those types of individual penalties pointed back toward them. And letting them know what the enforcement and penalty details could entail, it can be a little scary and overwhelming for them, but it lets them know the weight of importance. So moving on, our CNE team wanted to then, after we had our senior buy-in, determine specific ways to quantify a compliance and ethics participation that was acceptable. So we developed a way to be able to measure and do a cumulative total for each employee throughout the year. And with the help and guidance of our compliance council, our general compliance council, which oversees all of our compliance and ethics initiatives from a senior level, and our chief compliance officer who's over our entire group, performance matrix was developed. So we determined what KPIs and metrics were most valuable to our company and also how participating in training and completing mandatory training assigned on time or early would be a key indicator that our personnel were engaged in in meeting their CNE goals. Now that was our initial concern that the training and focusing on training, on time training completion wouldn't be enough, but that's a great baseline. So if you are not measuring that, start there. And we also decided though that's a minimum expectation, that other avenues of participation engagement could then be easily added. This was a chance also for our CNE team to promote all of the tools and the outreach that we had been developing to engage individuals in our annual Compliance Week program, our local newsletters, which we could insert quizzes and different activities for them to complete, optional live and virtual training sessions, surveys, quizzes, and use of compliance videos and slides in their operational meetings and team meetings. And then it gave us an opportunity also for people that really went above and beyond to be recognized and have that tied back into their performance goals as a metric to, so our compliance champions who always went above and beyond, or personnel who brought forward potential compliance and ethics issues that were helping make formative changes to our program could also be recognized. That sounds like a lot to keep track of and could be really overwhelming for our listeners that have a new compliance program, limited resources, budget constraints, but there are a lot of great tools and support out there like LRN that is a great content provider and provides support with measuring that on time participation and a lot of other value that you can add into your program. Let's face it, at a minimum, any functioning compliance program is at least checking the box with mandatory compliance and ethics training like anti-corruption or your company code training, general CNE program awareness. So if you start with training as your first building block to measurement, it'll be less of a shock and easily accepted because your population and your personnel are already participating in those training initiatives. Susan Divers: That's a great story. And the way that you worked with other people in the company to identify where you were going to start with the criteria I think is very powerful for people who are grappling with this subject. And I know it's not just companies that are new or small, it's an area that I think a lot of people are still trying to chart their way. And also using the Department of Justice guidance strategically to help management understand why this is a risk that really needs to be managed. I think there is emphasis when you look at the guidance, it's important to realize that it's out there in part to help people like you and your team actually implement it by putting it under an official seal, if you will. So well done. Hey, tell us now, how is it working and are there any tweaks that you would make at this stage? Stephanie Ragan: Well, the great news is we've certainly seen improvement. So we've seen results of greater participation across the board in all of our areas. So whether it's people participating in Compliance Week because they know it ties back to their performance or they attend training that they would've otherwise blown off or not considered taking because it wasn't mandatory. And that is really energizing us to continue to grow the program and continue to find ways to reach people. And we've seen a lot of participation because of this initiative of tying it to performance goals in areas and regions where maybe culturally it wasn't important before to participate in compliance and ethics initiatives. But now they understand because they have something that's tangible material that ties back to their actual individual performance and they want to succeed in that area. So in general, it's helped us create different types of communications. We've been able to go and create management reports to provide managers live specific data on how each of their team members are performing throughout the year. Some managers reach out for that quarterly or semi-annually, but everyone reaches out for it toward the end of the year when they're wrapping up their performance evaluations. And it's great to have that kind of tool. So I do recommend that you work on creating something as simple as an Excel spreadsheet that can start capturing data to keep good records regarding the performance of your personnel. And also, if ever you are audited by a government authority, it's a great tool to provide your training records and say, "We're not just checking the box, we are going above and beyond by tracking every engagement with compliance and ethics." So also following that, we're able to use those participation records to quantify a score for each person. Now, it doesn't necessarily have to be a numeric score. Some companies may want to do it that way. We aligned with what our HR teams were already using, which is kind of a scale one to five, either unsatisfactory and then failed to meet expectations. You either met expectations, exceeded expectations, or you did outstanding work. So because that was already in use in our system, it was a language everybody understood and we created what fell into each category for our measurements on the compliance and ethics side. And again, we don't have to reinvent the wheel, you can use what you have and work smarter, not harder. But tracking the progress is really important. So if you can assign something that you can put a value against, then you can develop statistics over time and track trends within the organization. We did have a lot of discussion across the board about how much weight should be given to compliance and ethics performance compared to HSE or HR. So again, we fought to have equal footing because we preach in our company code of, we have a culture of compliance, we have our compliance code that gives guidelines on how to operate in every aspect and provides best business practices for everyone. So there was no reason to sell ourselves short or give ourselves a discount and say, "We don't want to be considered equally." Even though some companies may need to tweak that based on what their own business practices are, it should have some alignment with your culture and your code. And that way people understand it and can buy into it on an individual basis and an organizational basis. So looking forward in 2023, and this is largely in response to the new DOJ guidelines that you mentioned earlier, which came out September 15th, that does focus a lot on enforcement. So again, we have that leverage to push and say, "This is important. You don't want to be in trouble because this is how it can affect you as an individual." And that does garner a lot of attention and response from senior management, which is great. We don't want to scare anyone, but we want to make sure they understand the weight of their actions or inactions. But our tweaks moving forward would include tiered measurements, and that aligns with the Department of Justice newest guidelines so that you have different measurements and expectations for managers and supervisors and executives. And I think you should really look at that as three different categories, general personnel, people who have an influence over them, managers and supervisors, and then the people at the top. So your executives are going to be viewed differently if enforcement actions are ever taken. So you might as well prepare and have your program mirror that type of focus internally. We also have a lot of questions that come up then from managers that say, "What are my roles? What do I need to do to earn my points or to get a good rating?" And we always encourage them to infuse and integrate compliance and ethics into their team talks, their safety minutes that they have at a beginning of a meeting, replace some of those with compliance moments. And we make those tools available easily so that they can download it from our [inaudible 00:19:23] and they have full access to short videos, to content that we can pull from different training providers or that we've developed internally. That just makes it easier if they have one stop shopping, they can go to your compliance site. And if you don't have that type of setup, don't worry. Companies can always make it available by emailing that out to managers and just having kind of the library available to them. And as you develop and tweak your offerings, let people know. It's good to self-advertise within the organization so that send an email out to all of your managers and say, "Hey, we have a new video available if you want to share it with your teams." And let those managers come back to you and let you know how they used them and what the feedback is, because that's just going to help build the program and continue your process improvement. As the DOJ recommendations indicate, effective compliance program always points to individual emphasis for that compliance and ethics participation and compensation. And I think we can agree that those personnel who embrace and make an effort to incorporate compliance and ethics into their work are more likely to report potential issues, be less likely to become bad actors by breaking rules intentionally or unintentionally. And generally, they're going to support the best practices and the compliance and ethics program in the organization. Susan Divers: Well, we would certainly agree with that. And our research at LRN shows overwhelmingly over the years that I've been here, which are now six, that a culture of compliance that involves employees at as many levels as possible and helps them by giving them materials, you mentioned making it easy for managers to talk about ENC, that that is the best defense to misconduct and it's not how many times you reinvent in your code of conduct. But I do want to mention one other thing that you talked about early on, which is data points and having something that shows exactly where a particular individual is in their ENC journey, whether it's training or touchpoints. We've actually just redone major parts of our platform and we're very excited about it because there's a part that we're rolling out this month called Reveal, which is advanced data metrics from the training experience. And it shows what courses, what subjects people struggle with the most, how much time employees spend on a given subject and a lot of other very relevant data. It's very powerful and it allows you to benchmark against yourself and against other companies in your area. That's something everybody is very focused on. And using that in conjunction with your performance review system can really drive change. And then I'd also mention managing that data is important. We also are including a tool that we've had for some time called Disclosures where we're asking people to tell us when they attest to the code of conduct or when they roll out. You can use it to track how many times they roll out an ethical moment or other times when they talk about ethics and compliance. So the idea is to make it as easy as possible for the compliance team to track that. But we're starting to run out of time, so I want to talk quickly about what are the pitfalls. Because obviously this is a terrific program that has gained traction and is broadening and improving as you go along. But what are the pitfalls to avoid? And then I want to talk about your new company and your new initiative too. Stephanie Ragan: Well, first of all, the biggest pitfall that you can have is to not do anything or to be stymied and overwhelmed. So don't overthink or over design any initial measuring system. Remember that look to the offerings and tools that are made available to your personnel already. So start with finding the easiest way to measure what you're already doing. And you can always scale up as part of your continuous process improvement efforts. And then again, as you saw for development of our program, we could not have done this if we had worked in a silo. You have to engage and partner with HR and other stakeholders in the organization to find a way to infuse that measurement of your ethics and compliance participation. And be sure to include that there is a way to acknowledge excellent contributors. Because that drives people and excites them to participate more. So it can be an incentive for good behavior and make it specific to a task or event that's not evergreen. You can change this around and continue to improve it as years go on and set goals for your compliance and ethics team to be able to continue to develop every year something different to bring more users on board. Susan Divers: That makes a great deal of sense. And again, congratulations. That's a major accomplishment. And it sounds like the program was very well designed for your business and your particular culture and your risks. So let's turn to the future now with your own business, Ragan Export Compliance. What kinds of clients will you be aiding in the development of their ENC programs? I know you have deep experience in the oil and gas industry and are a certified FCPA expert and have the export control function as well. What are you going be focusing on and what risks do you see developing for exporters in particular as they seek to adhere to the DOJ guidance? Stephanie Ragan: Well, thank you for asking about that, Susan. At Ragan Export Compliance, I'll be providing trade compliance support and guidance focused on export or import compliance plans. And large focus now is technology. So we'll be helping develop technology control plans. And also because I do have a background coming from the last five years of doing the certified compliance and ethics professional from SCCE, I also can help develop the corporate compliance program enhancements for any industry, which can include developing training programs, conducting training, auditing, risk manages, strategies, due diligence and screening ,vendor management systems. And if a system needs overhaul, that's something that people sometimes forget. They develop a compliance program and then put it on the shelf, but it really does need continuous review, especially in the light of recent and constant regulatory changes and updates. To get back to your question about what risks do I see developing from an export angle, I do see two areas where exporters can pay additional attention, especially considering the current international policies and issues that are going on in the world. The enhanced due diligence is needed now as part of your program to identify military end users or MEUs. And this is primarily in China, Russia, Venezuela, and Burma. But it's a good habit to get into looking at that and incorporating, identifying military end users and uses as part of your, know your customer and screening system for your full supply chain. And then the second area where there can be some additional attention paid would be that your program includes a really strong level of control for not just your physical shipments, but technology. That's a blindside for a lot of exporters, importers, and just USPPIs in general because they don't realize how wide the definition for technology is when you look at the regulations. So for example, the EAR definition of technology for Department of Commerce for controlled technology is any specific information that relates to development, use or production of controlled items, those technologies would also be controlled. So pretty much any information that relates to those items, because the development use or production is so broad. And the ownness of that comes back to the exporter. Whenever regulations are vague, it puts more pressure on the exporter to understand and have systems in place to be able to address potential violations. And then because of regulatory changes, a lot of stagnant compliance programs can be a real risk for companies because they may not realize it's something that they have always been able to export. For example, certain valves or stainless steel items, things that were pretty innocuous for a large part, didn't need licenses up until recently when regulations changed. And now they fall into this large basket categories like 2B999 ECCN numbers, which I know might sound scary and very technical to people listening that don't have a real firm grasp on the ECCN, but there's a lot of guidance out there, and that's what we hope to provide and be able to help navigate at Ragan Export Compliance. So finally, just in general, I would say that my advice to our listeners today is just to continually evaluate your compliance program and make sure that your CNE engagement measurement that we've discussed today become truly effective ways to ensure that your organization is on the path to executing best practices and avoiding any regulatory infractions. If you follow the guidelines and reach out for help when needed, you won't go wrong. Susan Divers: Well, thanks Stephanie. I certainly agree with everything you've said and want to emphasize your point about don't fall into the trap of stagnant compliance. A lot of times I think it's easy to rely on backward looking metrics and saying, "Well, last year we trained 340 people, and this year we hope to do more." It's important to really keep evaluating what are the new risks that we're facing, and are the procedures that we have in place adequate for those new risks? And certainly that's consistent with the guidance too. So unfortunately, we've run out of time, but I want to thank you very much for spending these minutes with us and giving us the benefit of your insights. I hope you'll come back and speak to us again soon. Maybe we can do a session on export control. And we wish you all the best in your new venture. Stephanie Ragan: Thank you, Susan. Susan Divers: My name is Susan Divers and I want to thank you all for tuning in to the Principled Podcast by LRN. Outro: We hope you enjoyed this episode. The Principled Podcast is brought to you by LRN. At LRN, our mission is to inspire principled performance in global organizations by helping them foster winning, ethical cultures, rooted and sustainable values. Please visit us at lrn.com to learn more. And if you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to our podcast on Apple podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen. And don't forget to leave us a review.  

Ear and Loathing
Episode 33: The Beatles, Neil Diamond, Billy Crystal

Ear and Loathing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 144:41


In this episode of Ear and Loathing, your hosts Aaron, Damon and George (The Gitmo Bros) talk about The Woz, what's in George's keister, the worst torture song ever (for now), and way too much finger blasting. In the Torture Chamber segment, Damon and Aaron compete for meaningless points by making George listen to his most hated songs. Will George survive the Torture Chamber long enough to play one of his favorite songs? Tune in and find out! Songs featured in this episode: "You Look Marvelous" (Billy Crystal), "Reggae Strut" (Neil Diamond), "Drive My Car" (The Beatles)

Soaring Child: Thriving with ADHD
Acupuncture & ADHD with Robin Green

Soaring Child: Thriving with ADHD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 29:22


On this week's edition of Soaring Child, Robin Green shows us how an ancient Chinese healing technique can help kids with ADHD. Robin is an author, speaker, educator and founder of Pediatric Healing Arts, as well as a pediatric specialist in acupuncture and Chinese medicine.   The unfortunate reality is that kids are getting sicker today instead of healthier. Much of it has to do with unprecedented levels of toxic exposure in our environment including EMFs, poor food quality, and pollution. This affects our kids' ability to get the sleep and nutrients they need, which in turn affects their overall health.   Toxic exposure shows itself behaviorally and emotionally through hyperactivity, aggression, defiant behaviors, and ADHD. So how do you get the nervous system to come back into balance? Acupuncture and acupressure are great ways to restore the flow of energy and re-align the body so those negative behaviors and emotions neutralize.    The healing techniques of acupressure and acupuncture have been around for more than 3,000 years. Applying pressure, or inserting tiny needles at meridian points in the body, helps to restore balance and relieve pain.   For kids with ADHD, acupuncture and acupressure trigger that relaxation response that helps a child get balanced again. These treatments can relieve headaches, regulate the nervous system, and help a child focus. You can also tap or press on the area between the eyebrows to relieve tension and stress in your child. When kids get a little older, pediatric needles are very effective, and kids don't even feel them because they are so tiny. Phototherapy patches can also be helpful.    Finding a doctor who uses an array of these modalities is ideal so treatment can be tailored to your child specifically.     Key Takeaways: [9:14] How acupuncture works  [10:47] Using acupressure on the ear with ear seeds that are like jewelry [17:34] Wave phototherapy patches for kids and how they work [19:03] How families determine what modality is right for their child [20:03] What to look for in an acupuncturist [21:14] Licensing for acupuncturists [21:59] Finding your child's power foods [23:22] When to start treatment [25:07] Avoiding gluten and eating healthy foods     How To Connect With Robin Green: https://www.robinraygreen.com/ https://www.robingreenacupuncture.com/ https://www.acupuncturepediatrics.com/ https://www.healthyseminars.com/bio/robin-ray-green https://www.instagram.com/pediatrichealingarts/?hl=en     Memorable Quotes:  “We're seeing unprecedented levels of toxic exposure, of EMF exposure, which can in even tiny amounts affect the developing brain and affect our children's ability to get a good, deep restful sleep.”   “We're also experiencing dramatic changes in the quality of our food. The food that's supposed to be nourishing our bodies, even when we're eating organic, is just not giving the nutrients we were getting even 20, 30 years ago.”   “Using acupuncture and pressure stimulation is a very gentle, easy way that children can accept that will be very balancing to their nervous system.”   “Ear seeds are a perfect way to stimulate the meridian points, balance the nervous system, and address conditions in a ‘set it and forget it' way.”   “Children's bodies have so much energy because they're growing and developing, so just a tiny amount of stimulation is required to get the desired results. So with those tiny little pediatric needles, we just tap it in and take it out immediately.”   “Before puberty is a really important window where we can have a dramatic transformation in their health and behavior and really change the trajectory of their entire life for the better.”    Dana Kay Resources:   Website - https://adhdthriveinstitute.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/adhdthriveinstitute  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/adhdthriveinstitute/  YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/ADHDThriveInstitute  LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/74302454/  Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/adhdthriveinstitute/ Tiktok - https://www.tiktok.com/@adhd_thriveinstitute     International Best Selling Book, Thriving with ADHD - https://adhdthriveinstitute.com/book/    Free Reduce ADHD Symptoms Naturally Masterclass - https://info.adhdthriveinstitute.com/25min-webinar-registration   ADHD Parenting Course - https://adhdthrivemethod.com/adhd-thrive-jump-start-parenting-4-adhd    ADHD Thrive Method 4 Kids Program - https://adhdthriveinstitute.com/packages/

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,393 - UPDATE: What Happened to Seattle's Lawnmower Man?

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 10:31


11 months ago, the so-called Lawn Mower man — Charles Woodard – was terrorizing Ballard neighbors. Ear-splitting machinery, round-the-clock music, and yard equipment at his makeshift camp spilled onto the sidewalk. Three vehicles and two wooden sheds packed with lawnmowers littered the landscape.Despite neighbors' repeated pleas to city leaders for help and shelter placement for Woodward, they were met by inaction. Locals around Eighth Avenue Northwest and Northwest 49th Street were ignored by Seattle's homeless outreach team, the mayor's office, and the office of their councilmember, Dan Strauss.

WDW Prep To Go - a Disney World planning podcast
Disney Employees Create Thriving Businesses During the Pandemic - PREP 329

WDW Prep To Go - a Disney World planning podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 43:44


When the pandemic caused Walt Disney World to shutdown and furlough cast members, they came together and created a facebook group Ear for Eachother.  We had the opportunity to speak with four members of the Facebook group who built businesses during this time. Here are their stories. Claire created a business out of ideas she wished that Disney was able to offer! She uses her cosmetology license to help her clients Disney bound in their own fairytale. Kellyann creates door decorations, delivers baskets, and in room celebrations. Prior to the shutdown, Kelly was a cast member at Ohana and coordinator for Disney University and uses her experience with Disney to infuse magic into all of her creations.  Justin was a Jedi with the Jedi Training Academy prior to the shutdowns. In addition to his experience as a Jedi, Justin played baseball professionally. When the shutdown began, Justin offered baseball lessons in the Ear for Eachother Group and ended up with requests for Jedi lessons instead. Within 48 hours, he was booked up for the next 3 months! Suhi specializes in charcuterie boxes, edible party favors, and other beautiful food items. Her business was Suhi's way to combine her experience in the food and beverage industry with her passion for food - and especially cheese - to fill a need for Disney guests.  Links for this episode: Claire: Once Upon a Transformation - Website Claire: Once Upon a Transformation - Facebook Kellyann: Kreative Kreations by KK Justin: Star Wars Jedi Training Suhi: Tablitas Purpuras in a Box - Flo Ear for Eachother Facebook Group How to Get the Disney World Room You Want Leave me a message (including trip report submissions) Please use the SpeakPipe link below to leave us a message with your first name, location, and trip info. You can do that using your computer or phone at https://www.speakpipe.com/WDWPrepToGo.   Subscribe to get new episodes There are a few ways to get new episodes of WDW Prep To Go (if you're used to listening on the website, subscribe so you can take new episodes with you on your phone) Subscribe in iTunes  (and please leave a review!) Subscribe in Google Play Subscribe to the feed Listen on Stitcher Follow on social media Instagram Twitter Facebook Pinterest TikTok YouTube Become a Patron Get a quote request for a future trip from Small World Vacations Visit the site Check out the new WDW Prep Merch!

Kenneth Copeland Ministries 2022 Events
2022 Omaha Victory Campaign: The Law of Progression, Offering Msg (9:30 a.m.)

Kenneth Copeland Ministries 2022 Events

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 25:36


At the 2022 Omaha Victory Campaign Jerry Savelle teaches on the law of progression seen in Mk. 4:28, “…first the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear.” These manifestations are the proof that God is working. Follow the process and stay in faith and you will reap. Don't give up on your seed!

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Dr. Eddie Chang: The Science of Learning & Speaking Languages | Episode 95

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 154:23


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways The human brain is shaped differently depending on sounds you are exposed to in utero and throughout the first years of brain developmentIt's probably best to skip the white noise machine to help your babies sleep – our brain is structured to hear environmental noises; constant white noise exposure may lead to delaysWhether you are right-handed or left-handed is strongly genetically determinedThe earlier, more intense, and longer you can have exposure to a second language – the better; human interaction allows for greater specialization of the languageMemory is widely distributed across the brain which is good because even in the event of head injury or illness requiring surgery, memory is generally preservedNew technologies are being studied to give paralyzed and nonverbal patients a chance to communicate again through the use of electrodes connected from the brain to a computer which uses AI to translateRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgMy guest is Eddie Chang, MD, a neurosurgeon and professor of neurological surgery at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the co-director of the Center for Neural Engineering & Prostheses. We discuss the brain mechanisms underlying speech, language learning and comprehension, communicating human emotion with words and hand gestures, bilingualism and language disorders, such as stuttering. Dr. Chang also explains his work developing and applying state-of-the-art technology to decode speech and using that information and artificial intelligence (AI) to successfully restore communication to patients who have suffered paralyzing injuries or “locked in syndrome.” We also discuss his work treating patients with epilepsy. Finally, we consider the future: how modern neuroscience is overturning textbook medical books, the impact of digital technology such as smartphones on language and the future of natural and computer-assisted human communication. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Levels: https://www.levelshealth.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Huberman Lab Premium https://hubermanlab.com/premium For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Eddie Chang, Speech & Language (00:03:00) Levels, Eight Sleep, InsideTracker, Momentous Supplements (00:07:19) Neuroplasticity, Learning of Speech & Environmental Sounds (00:13:10) White Noise Machines, Infant Sleep & Sensitization (00:17:26) Mapping Speech & Language in the Brain (00:24:26) Emotion; Anxiety & Epilepsy (00:30:19) Epilepsy, Medications & Neurosurgery (00:33:01) Ketogenic Diet & Epilepsy (00:34:56) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:36:10) Absence Seizures, Nocturnal Seizures & Other Seizure Types (00:41:08) Brain Areas for Speech & Language, Broca's & Wernicke's Areas, New Findings (00:53:23) Lateralization of Speech/Language & Handedness, Strokes (00:59:05) Bilingualism, Shared Language Circuits (01:01:18) Speech vs. Language, Signal Transduction from Ear to Brain (01:12:38) Shaping Breath: Larynx, Vocal Folds & Pharynx; Vocalizations (01:17:37) Mapping Language in the Brain (01:20:26) Plosives & Consonant Clusters; Learning Multiple Languages (01:25:07) Motor Patterns of Speech & Language (01:28:33) Reading & Writing; Dyslexia & Treatments (01:34:47) Evolution of Language (01:37:54) Stroke & Foreign Accent Syndrome (01:40:31) Auditory Memory, Long-Term Motor Memory (01:45:26) Paralysis, ALS, “Locked-In Syndrome” & Brain Computer Interface (BCI) (02:02:14) Neuralink, BCI, Superhuman Skills & Augmentation (02:10:21) Non-Verbal Communication, Facial Expressions, BCI & Avatars (02:17:35) Stutter, Anxiety & Treatment (02:22:55) Tools: Practices for Maintaining Calm Under Extreme Demands (02:31:10) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Huberman Lab Premium, Neural Network Newsletter, Social Media Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer

Ear and Loathing
Episode 32: Helloween, Bobby ”Boris” Pickett, Lambert, Hendricks & Ross

Ear and Loathing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 102:15


In this Halloween Spooktacular episode of Ear and Loathing, your hosts Aaron, Damon and George (The Gitmo Bros), along with special guest 11-year-old Charlie, talk about cancer kazoos, Make America Monster Again (MAMA), access to Mary Frances, and a very angry candy that hates you. In the Torture Chamber segment, The Gitmo Bros compete for meaningless points by making Charlie listen to terrible Halloween songs. Will Charlie survive the Torture Chamber long enough to play a spirited round of Brockeets? Tune in and find out! Songs featured in this episode: "Halloween" (Helloween), "Halloween Spooks" (Lambert, Hendricks & Ross), "Monster Rap" (Bobby "Boris" Pickett)

All About Android (MP3)
AAA 601: Price Hikes Are A-Comin - Ron's Pixel Watch review, Windows Subsystem for Android, Android 13 Go

All About Android (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 86:29 Very Popular


Android 13 (Go edition) announced with Material You, Google Play System Updates, and more Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Android finally gets its stable release How to sideload Android apps using WSA on Windows 11 The Galaxy S22 gets Android 13, Samsung posts timeline for older devices Ron reviews the Pixel Watch The $228 OnePlus Nord N300 packs good looks, 33 W charging Nothing hikes the price of Ear 1 earbuds by 50 percent / The $99 earbuds will soon cost $149 @nothing: Made to be heard. Seen. But not felt. Ear (stick) is coming. @Za_Raczke: Nothing Ear (stick) - official leaked renders YouTube Premium is getting a price hike for family plans to $22.99/month Google's Latest Android Messaging Update Has Some iMessage Vibes New Google Messages and Contacts app icons rolling out, Phone left [U] JR's tip of the week: Pixel 7 camera tips Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3DvT9se Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao Co-Hosts: Mishaal Rahman and JR Raphael Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: bitwarden.com/twit CDW.com/HPE

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
All About Android 601: Price Hikes Are A-Comin

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 86:29 Very Popular


Android 13 (Go edition) announced with Material You, Google Play System Updates, and more Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Android finally gets its stable release How to sideload Android apps using WSA on Windows 11 The Galaxy S22 gets Android 13, Samsung posts timeline for older devices Ron reviews the Pixel Watch The $228 OnePlus Nord N300 packs good looks, 33 W charging Nothing hikes the price of Ear 1 earbuds by 50 percent / The $99 earbuds will soon cost $149 @nothing: Made to be heard. Seen. But not felt. Ear (stick) is coming. @Za_Raczke: Nothing Ear (stick) - official leaked renders YouTube Premium is getting a price hike for family plans to $22.99/month Google's Latest Android Messaging Update Has Some iMessage Vibes New Google Messages and Contacts app icons rolling out, Phone left [U] JR's tip of the week: Pixel 7 camera tips Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3DvT9se Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao Co-Hosts: Mishaal Rahman and JR Raphael Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: bitwarden.com/twit CDW.com/HPE

Upside Down Tulips - A Garden Podcast
95. Deadly Plants to Give You Nightmares - An Upside Down Halloween

Upside Down Tulips - A Garden Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 54:51


Karen and Christy are in costume and ready to celebrate Halloween and the end of the garden season!  We have curated a special episode just for the gardener.  We warn you about deadly plants that can kill, tempt you with recipes for spooky season, share scary stories and treat you with a pumpkin bucket full of full of fun, original pod plays that we only play during Halloween. Yup, we have all the fan favorites: Ichabod Grain, Stranger Garden Things, Silence of the Lamb's Ear and The Killing Frost.  And we have a BRAND NEW Pod Play about The Squirrel's nightmare on Halloween night. Warning:  There are depictions of violence against pumpkins. Enjoy dear Gardeners! Support UDT by joining our Garden Party and get fun rewards! (Each new Garden Pary Member this week is entered into a drawing for a free UDT Tee Shirt! Get a UDT Coffee Mug or other cool Merch! Visit our website for pix, good info and Upside Down Dictionary Click here to write to us! 

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
All About Android 601: Price Hikes Are A-Comin

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 86:54


Android 13 (Go edition) announced with Material You, Google Play System Updates, and more Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Android finally gets its stable release How to sideload Android apps using WSA on Windows 11 The Galaxy S22 gets Android 13, Samsung posts timeline for older devices Ron reviews the Pixel Watch The $228 OnePlus Nord N300 packs good looks, 33 W charging Nothing hikes the price of Ear 1 earbuds by 50 percent / The $99 earbuds will soon cost $149 @nothing: Made to be heard. Seen. But not felt. Ear (stick) is coming. @Za_Raczke: Nothing Ear (stick) - official leaked renders YouTube Premium is getting a price hike for family plans to $22.99/month Google's Latest Android Messaging Update Has Some iMessage Vibes New Google Messages and Contacts app icons rolling out, Phone left [U] JR's tip of the week: Pixel 7 camera tips Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3DvT9se Hosts: Jason Howell and Ron Richards Co-Host: JR Raphael Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: bitwarden.com/twit CDW.com/HPE

All About Android (Video HI)
AAA 601: Price Hikes Are A-Comin - Ron's Pixel Watch review, Windows Subsystem for Android, Android 13 Go

All About Android (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 86:54


Android 13 (Go edition) announced with Material You, Google Play System Updates, and more Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Android finally gets its stable release How to sideload Android apps using WSA on Windows 11 The Galaxy S22 gets Android 13, Samsung posts timeline for older devices Ron reviews the Pixel Watch The $228 OnePlus Nord N300 packs good looks, 33 W charging Nothing hikes the price of Ear 1 earbuds by 50 percent / The $99 earbuds will soon cost $149 @nothing: Made to be heard. Seen. But not felt. Ear (stick) is coming. @Za_Raczke: Nothing Ear (stick) - official leaked renders YouTube Premium is getting a price hike for family plans to $22.99/month Google's Latest Android Messaging Update Has Some iMessage Vibes New Google Messages and Contacts app icons rolling out, Phone left [U] JR's tip of the week: Pixel 7 camera tips Read our show notes here: https://bit.ly/3DvT9se Hosts: Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Huyen Tue Dao Co-Hosts: Mishaal Rahman and JR Raphael Subscribe to All About Android at https://twit.tv/shows/all-about-android. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: bitwarden.com/twit CDW.com/HPE

Huberman Lab
Dr. Eddie Chang: The Science of Learning & Speaking Languages | Episode 95

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 154:23 Very Popular


My guest is Eddie Chang, MD, a neurosurgeon and professor of neurological surgery at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the co-director of the Center for Neural Engineering & Prostheses. We discuss the brain mechanisms underlying speech, language learning and comprehension, communicating human emotion with words and hand gestures, bilingualism and language disorders, such as stuttering. Dr. Chang also explains his work developing and applying state-of-the-art technology to decode speech and using that information and artificial intelligence (AI) to successfully restore communication to patients who have suffered paralyzing injuries or “locked in syndrome.” We also discuss his work treating patients with epilepsy. Finally, we consider the future: how modern neuroscience is overturning textbook medical books, the impact of digital technology such as smartphones on language and the future of natural and computer-assisted human communication. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Levels: https://www.levelshealth.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Huberman Lab Premium https://hubermanlab.com/premium For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Eddie Chang, Speech & Language (00:03:00) Levels, Eight Sleep, InsideTracker, Momentous Supplements (00:07:19) Neuroplasticity, Learning of Speech & Environmental Sounds (00:13:10) White Noise Machines, Infant Sleep & Sensitization (00:17:26) Mapping Speech & Language in the Brain (00:24:26) Emotion; Anxiety & Epilepsy (00:30:19) Epilepsy, Medications & Neurosurgery (00:33:01) Ketogenic Diet & Epilepsy (00:34:56) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:36:10) Absence Seizures, Nocturnal Seizures & Other Seizure Types (00:41:08) Brain Areas for Speech & Language, Broca's & Wernicke's Areas, New Findings (00:53:23) Lateralization of Speech/Language & Handedness, Strokes (00:59:05) Bilingualism, Shared Language Circuits (01:01:18) Speech vs. Language, Signal Transduction from Ear to Brain (01:12:38) Shaping Breath: Larynx, Vocal Folds & Pharynx; Vocalizations (01:17:37) Mapping Language in the Brain (01:20:26) Plosives & Consonant Clusters; Learning Multiple Languages (01:25:07) Motor Patterns of Speech & Language (01:28:33) Reading & Writing; Dyslexia & Treatments (01:34:47) Evolution of Language (01:37:54) Stroke & Foreign Accent Syndrome (01:40:31) Auditory Memory, Long-Term Motor Memory (01:45:26) Paralysis, ALS, “Locked-In Syndrome” & Brain Computer Interface (BCI) (02:02:14) Neuralink, BCI, Superhuman Skills & Augmentation (02:10:21) Non-Verbal Communication, Facial Expressions, BCI & Avatars (02:17:35) Stutter, Anxiety & Treatment (02:22:55) Tools: Practices for Maintaining Calm Under Extreme Demands (02:31:10) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Huberman Lab Premium, Neural Network Newsletter, Social Media Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer

The Life and Times of Frederick the Great

In this episode, we give a little bit of context for the British response to Frederick the Great's invasion of Silesia. We will be talking about the rise of Sir Robert Walpole and the outbreak of the War of Jenkins' Ear. Here is a link to La Fayette We Are Here podcast where I am interviewed: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/la-fayette-we-are-here/id1620073246?i=1000576223400 Email for questions: aavdakov01@gmail.com For Ad-Free episode on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/frederick_the_great_podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frederick_the_great_podcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/fredthegpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

A Word in Your Ear
A Word in Your Ear with Roly Sussex

A Word in Your Ear

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 24:54


Why are some people under the weather and others ill? A fully sick Professor Roly Sussex is talking about words, expressions and idioms for poor health.

Blue Ocean World
A Kick-Ass Prayer

Blue Ocean World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 33:19


Christians spiritually address anxiety in two ways: spiritual warfare and contemplation. Dave Schmelzer looks at some of the pros and cons of each of these approaches and then takes an extended look at perhaps the most famous warfare prayer in the last two thousand years, The Breastplate of St. Patrick, a prayer Dave loves and often prays. Mentioned on this podcast:The Breastplate of St. PatrickI bind to myself today/ The fullness of the Trinity: I believe the Father, Son and Spirit/ The Creator of the Universe. I bind to myself today/ Christ coming to earth:His baptism, crucifixion and burial,/ His resurrection and ascension, His coming on the Judgment Day. I bind to myself today/ The love of archangelsThe obedience of angels/ The prayers of Patriarchs, The vision of Prophets,/ The speech of Apostles, The faith of martyrs,/ The purity of Mary, The boldness of saints. I bind to myself today/ Heaven's power-- Light like the sun,/ Brightness like the moon, Splendor like fire,/ Flashing like lightning, Speed like wind,/ Depth like sea, Stability like earth,/ Solidity like rocks. I bind to myself today/ God's Power to guide me, God's Might to strengthen me,/ God's Wisdom to teach me, God's Eye to watch over me,/ God's Ear to hear me, God's Word to speak through me,/ God's Hand to guide me, God's Way to lie before me,/ God's Shield to protect me, God's Army to empower me,/ Against the snares of demons, Against the seductions of vices,/ Against anyone who considers injuring me, Whether they're far or near,/ Few or many. I invoke today all these virtues/ Against every hostile, merciless power Which may assail my body and soul--/ Against the lies of false prophets, Against the darkness of unbelief,/ Against the distractions of heresy, Against the temptations of idolatry,/ Against the spells of sorcerers-- Against everything that would bind my soul. Christ, protect me and mine today/ Against poison and burning, Against drowning and injury and death,/ That we might live full lives for you.Christ with me, Christ before me,/ Christ behind me, Christ within me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me,/ Christ at my right, Christ at my left, Christ in the home,/ Christ in the street, Christ in the store,/ Christ in the heart of everyone who thinks of me, Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks to me, Christ in every eye that sees me,/ Christ in every ear that hears me. I bind to myself today/ The fullness of the Trinity: I believe the Father, Son and Spirit/ The Creator of the Universe. 

I Hear Things
TikTok spotted scraping podcast feeds & 8 Other Stories

I Hear Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 10:55


This week: TikTok spotted scraping podcast feeds, YouTube launches audio ads and host-read ad service, Internet radio platform Live365 to distribute through TuneIn On Air, the Spoken Word Audio Report debuts next week, and Digiday research shows publishers are warming more to programmatic. Evidence suggests TikTok to explore podcasts. Manuela: TikTok is coming to podcasting, or at least it looks to be that way from the breadcrumb trail of hints the company has left behind over the past year. Most recently, in Monday's edition of Podnews, James Cridland reported podcast hosting company Audiomeans has spotted a“new bot that is scraping our feeds, starting October 11th.” The host also provided Podnews with details about the bot scraping their feeds that ties it back to TikTok.Back in May the social media giant registered a trademark for a new service titled TikTok Music, which happened to include a provision for podcast content. Further back still, in the last week of December 2021 all TikTok users got a notification prompting them to take the ‘TikTok Podcast experience survey' that collected listener-focused data, as well as audience metrics if the person filling it out identified as a producer. With questions like “if TikTok is going to launch a podcast feature, which of the following do you think will lead to a positive podcasting experience?,” it's no surprise we're seeing signs they're building something podcasting related almost a year later.  YouTube launches audio advertisements, service for host-read podcast spots. Arielle: This Monday YouTube announced a launch of audio-only ads, including ways to allow advertisers to specifically target podcasts, music, and those using connected TVs. This feature was beta-tested in 2020 but has now gone live globally. Sheila Dang covered the announcement for Reuters. “The streaming video platform said it will expand audio advertising globally to allow brands to market to people who use YouTube to listen to music or podcasts.”  It should be noted, as of this writing the YouTube podcasts homepage is still unavailable outside the US, though the announcement of global audio ads suggests this will change soon. Then on Tuesday MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers covered further development on the story as YouTube brought host-read ads into the mix. “YouTube BrandConnect, its branded-content platform that connects creators with advertisers, is piloting a program that offers video ads read by podcasters, signaling YouTube's continued interest in expanding its footprint in the podcast world.”  The BrandConnect system will allow brands testing the program to op into 60 or 90 second host-read ad segments that exclusively appear on the YouTube version of the podcast. The spots will either include video of the host reading the copy or a custom title card with audio overlay. BrandConnect managing director Lori Sobel mentioned skincare company Neutrogena has implemented the tool to run a campaign on the The Financial Confessions. In the future BrandConnect has intentions of using audience insights to pair brands with creators.  Live365 signs TuneIn On Air distribution deal. Manuela: Last Wednesday Soundstack's Live365 platform announced a distribution agreement with TuneIn. Broadcasters on Live365 premium subscriptions now have access to the TuneIn On Air, opening up access to the platform's 30 million US-based people using the TuneIn mobile app on over 200 connected devices, including integrations with automotive systems by Tesla and Volvo. A quote from TuneIn CEO Richard Stern: “This partnership with Live365 fits perfectly within our mission to reinvent radio for a connected world and democratize access to radio for broadcasters large and small. We believe great conversations are driven by the power of the human voice and we know our listeners rely on us to stay connected to the issues that matter to them most via our content catalog. We're thrilled to help more broadcasters reach TuneIn's expansive audience." This partnership comes at a time when traditional radio listenership is dropping. Last month Tom Webster, in an article for Sounds Profitable, wrote about the most recent Edison Research Share of Ear study. In recent years there has been a slow decline in Americans 13 and up listening to audio on AM/FM radios, while listening time on mobile devices has grown in almost direct correlation.  “I am certainly not the only person to write about this, but radio has as much of a hardware problem as it does a “software” issue. Other than your car, it is getting harder and harder to even buy a broadcast radio receiver. Some mobile phones do offer radio tuners, but Apple has famously rebuffed all attempts by radio lobbyists to include one in the iPhone. And so, as you might guess, AM/FM's Share of Ear on mobile devices is comparatively quite small, indeed--in fact, today that share is markedly smaller than the share allocated to podcast listening on mobile devices.”Bringing radio to those mobile devices eliminates the issue of limited access to hardware. TuneIn is a standout example of a service modernizing the radio listening experience and making it accessible from mobile devices. Thanks to their roster of connected devices including automotive systems like Tesla and Volvo, their version of portable radio even can take over one of the last bastions of AM/FM hardware.  The Spoken Word Audio Report 2022 Launches Next Week Arielle: Mark your calendars, NPR and Edison Research are set to release the 2022 version of the Spoken Word Audio Report on October 27th. The study will explore:“specific types of spoken word content, various spoken-word platforms, and devices used to consume spoken word content. With young people in the U.S. listening to spoken word audio more than ever, this year's study includes a special focus on Gen Z consumption.” Vice President of Edison Research Megan Lazovick and Lamar Johnson, VP of Sponsorship Marketing at National Public Media , will present the study via webinar at 2pm Eastern Standard Time. Registration for the webinar is live and a link is available on the Edison Research blog post announcing the event. Digiday+ Research: Direct-sold ads lose favor with publishers, while programmatic ads make gains Manuela: The tide appears to be shifting more in favor of programmatic advertising. This Monday, Digiday deputy managing editor Julia Tabisz covered a survey of 200 publisher professionals conducted by Digiday+ Research over the first and third quarters of 2022. Their findings show a growing difference between money made from direct-sold ads and programmatic.  “While programmatic ads still make up a smaller portion of publishers' revenues on the whole than direct-sold ads, publishers see potential in programmatic, Digiday's survey found, which could affect how publishers prioritize their businesses through the end of this year and into next. For instance, the percentage of publishers who said they will put a large or very large focus on building the programmatic part of their business in the next six months has risen from fewer than a third (32%) in Q1 to 43% in Q3.” The survey found the percentage of publishers who self-identified as getting a large or very large portion of their ad revenue from direct-sold ads fell from 59% in Q1 to 45% in Q3. On the flip side, publishers who got a large portion of ad revenue from programmatic ads only shrank from 32% to 30% from Q1 to Q2.  “Digging a bit deeper into how publishers manage their programmatic ads business, it turns out that the open market is the biggest source of publishers' programmatic revenue — and it's growing.”  Longtime listeners of The Download have heard this before: programmatic isn't a dirty word, and an excellent tool when used properly, and we love to see wider industries embracing it.  Quick Hits: Recommended Weekend Reading Arielle: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week: 5 Reasons Brands Shouldn't Sleep on Co-Listening by Melissa Paris for SXMMedia. SiriusXM, in collaboration with Carat and Edison Research, has published their second co-listening report as a follow-up to their 2018 study on co-listening. Announcing Independent Attribution by Amelia Coomber for Podscribe. Podscribe has launched their independent third-party attribution pixel for podcast advertising.  The Same People Who Listen To Podcasts Also Stream CTV by Allison Schiff for AdExchanger. Schiff covers the similarities podcast listeners share with connected TV audiences, including data from Acast, The Trade Desk, and Nielsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied
TikTok spotted scraping podcast feeds & 8 Other Stories

Sounds Profitable: Adtech Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 10:55


This week: TikTok spotted scraping podcast feeds, YouTube launches audio ads and host-read ad service, Internet radio platform Live365 to distribute through TuneIn On Air, the Spoken Word Audio Report debuts next week, and Digiday research shows publishers are warming more to programmatic. Evidence suggests TikTok to explore podcasts. Manuela: TikTok is coming to podcasting, or at least it looks to be that way from the breadcrumb trail of hints the company has left behind over the past year. Most recently, in Monday's edition of Podnews, James Cridland reported podcast hosting company Audiomeans has spotted a“new bot that is scraping our feeds, starting October 11th.” The host also provided Podnews with details about the bot scraping their feeds that ties it back to TikTok.Back in May the social media giant registered a trademark for a new service titled TikTok Music, which happened to include a provision for podcast content. Further back still, in the last week of December 2021 all TikTok users got a notification prompting them to take the ‘TikTok Podcast experience survey' that collected listener-focused data, as well as audience metrics if the person filling it out identified as a producer. With questions like “if TikTok is going to launch a podcast feature, which of the following do you think will lead to a positive podcasting experience?,” it's no surprise we're seeing signs they're building something podcasting related almost a year later.  YouTube launches audio advertisements, service for host-read podcast spots. Arielle: This Monday YouTube announced a launch of audio-only ads, including ways to allow advertisers to specifically target podcasts, music, and those using connected TVs. This feature was beta-tested in 2020 but has now gone live globally. Sheila Dang covered the announcement for Reuters. “The streaming video platform said it will expand audio advertising globally to allow brands to market to people who use YouTube to listen to music or podcasts.”  It should be noted, as of this writing the YouTube podcasts homepage is still unavailable outside the US, though the announcement of global audio ads suggests this will change soon. Then on Tuesday MarketingBrew's Alyssa Meyers covered further development on the story as YouTube brought host-read ads into the mix. “YouTube BrandConnect, its branded-content platform that connects creators with advertisers, is piloting a program that offers video ads read by podcasters, signaling YouTube's continued interest in expanding its footprint in the podcast world.”  The BrandConnect system will allow brands testing the program to op into 60 or 90 second host-read ad segments that exclusively appear on the YouTube version of the podcast. The spots will either include video of the host reading the copy or a custom title card with audio overlay. BrandConnect managing director Lori Sobel mentioned skincare company Neutrogena has implemented the tool to run a campaign on the The Financial Confessions. In the future BrandConnect has intentions of using audience insights to pair brands with creators.  Live365 signs TuneIn On Air distribution deal. Manuela: Last Wednesday Soundstack's Live365 platform announced a distribution agreement with TuneIn. Broadcasters on Live365 premium subscriptions now have access to the TuneIn On Air, opening up access to the platform's 30 million US-based people using the TuneIn mobile app on over 200 connected devices, including integrations with automotive systems by Tesla and Volvo. A quote from TuneIn CEO Richard Stern: “This partnership with Live365 fits perfectly within our mission to reinvent radio for a connected world and democratize access to radio for broadcasters large and small. We believe great conversations are driven by the power of the human voice and we know our listeners rely on us to stay connected to the issues that matter to them most via our content catalog. We're thrilled to help more broadcasters reach TuneIn's expansive audience." This partnership comes at a time when traditional radio listenership is dropping. Last month Tom Webster, in an article for Sounds Profitable, wrote about the most recent Edison Research Share of Ear study. In recent years there has been a slow decline in Americans 13 and up listening to audio on AM/FM radios, while listening time on mobile devices has grown in almost direct correlation.  “I am certainly not the only person to write about this, but radio has as much of a hardware problem as it does a “software” issue. Other than your car, it is getting harder and harder to even buy a broadcast radio receiver. Some mobile phones do offer radio tuners, but Apple has famously rebuffed all attempts by radio lobbyists to include one in the iPhone. And so, as you might guess, AM/FM's Share of Ear on mobile devices is comparatively quite small, indeed--in fact, today that share is markedly smaller than the share allocated to podcast listening on mobile devices.”Bringing radio to those mobile devices eliminates the issue of limited access to hardware. TuneIn is a standout example of a service modernizing the radio listening experience and making it accessible from mobile devices. Thanks to their roster of connected devices including automotive systems like Tesla and Volvo, their version of portable radio even can take over one of the last bastions of AM/FM hardware.  The Spoken Word Audio Report 2022 Launches Next Week Arielle: Mark your calendars, NPR and Edison Research are set to release the 2022 version of the Spoken Word Audio Report on October 27th. The study will explore:“specific types of spoken word content, various spoken-word platforms, and devices used to consume spoken word content. With young people in the U.S. listening to spoken word audio more than ever, this year's study includes a special focus on Gen Z consumption.” Vice President of Edison Research Megan Lazovick and Lamar Johnson, VP of Sponsorship Marketing at National Public Media , will present the study via webinar at 2pm Eastern Standard Time. Registration for the webinar is live and a link is available on the Edison Research blog post announcing the event. Digiday+ Research: Direct-sold ads lose favor with publishers, while programmatic ads make gains Manuela: The tide appears to be shifting more in favor of programmatic advertising. This Monday, Digiday deputy managing editor Julia Tabisz covered a survey of 200 publisher professionals conducted by Digiday+ Research over the first and third quarters of 2022. Their findings show a growing difference between money made from direct-sold ads and programmatic.  “While programmatic ads still make up a smaller portion of publishers' revenues on the whole than direct-sold ads, publishers see potential in programmatic, Digiday's survey found, which could affect how publishers prioritize their businesses through the end of this year and into next. For instance, the percentage of publishers who said they will put a large or very large focus on building the programmatic part of their business in the next six months has risen from fewer than a third (32%) in Q1 to 43% in Q3.” The survey found the percentage of publishers who self-identified as getting a large or very large portion of their ad revenue from direct-sold ads fell from 59% in Q1 to 45% in Q3. On the flip side, publishers who got a large portion of ad revenue from programmatic ads only shrank from 32% to 30% from Q1 to Q2.  “Digging a bit deeper into how publishers manage their programmatic ads business, it turns out that the open market is the biggest source of publishers' programmatic revenue — and it's growing.”  Longtime listeners of The Download have heard this before: programmatic isn't a dirty word, and an excellent tool when used properly, and we love to see wider industries embracing it.  Quick Hits: Recommended Weekend Reading Arielle: Finally, it's time for our semi-regular roundup of articles we're calling Quick Hits. These are articles that didn't quite make the cut for today's episode, but are still worth including in your weekend reading. This week: 5 Reasons Brands Shouldn't Sleep on Co-Listening by Melissa Paris for SXMMedia. SiriusXM, in collaboration with Carat and Edison Research, has published their second co-listening report as a follow-up to their 2018 study on co-listening. Announcing Independent Attribution by Amelia Coomber for Podscribe. Podscribe has launched their independent third-party attribution pixel for podcast advertising.  The Same People Who Listen To Podcasts Also Stream CTV by Allison Schiff for AdExchanger. Schiff covers the similarities podcast listeners share with connected TV audiences, including data from Acast, The Trade Desk, and Nielsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ear and Loathing
Episode 31: Mac Davis, Jackyl, Colin Blunstone

Ear and Loathing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 104:14


In this episode of Ear and Loathing, your hosts Aaron, Damon and George (The Gitmo Bros) talk about Jackyl sacks, Mac Attacks, cork lamps, and John Lloyd's Tangible Variety: Incident in Plano, Texas.  In the Torture Chamber segment, Aaron and George compete for meaningless points by making Damon listen to his most hated songs. Will Damon survive the Torture Chamber long enough to play one of his favorite songs? Tune in and find out! Songs featured in this episode: "Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me" (Mac Davis), "She Loves My Cock" (Jackyl), "How Wrong Can One Man Be" (Colin Blunstone)

More to the Story with Andy Miller III
Holy Happiness: Dennis Kinlaw on Genesis 1-3 with Cricket Albertson

More to the Story with Andy Miller III

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 43:56


A name that is often brought up on this podcast is Dr. Dennis Kinlaw. His granddaughter, Cricket Albertson, has edited a series of lectures he gave in the early 1970s. Cricket talks about the key ideas from the book in today's podcast. Cricket Albertson: https://www.tituswomen.org/https://www.tituswomen.org/dkpodcastCricket Albertson is the Director of Titus Women which is a ministry of the Francis AsburySociety and an adjunct professor at Asbury University. She is passionate about sharing the joyof the Spirit-filled life through the study of God's Word.  She received a degree in theologicalstudies from Asbury Theological Seminary.Cricket worked for the Francis Asbury Society as an assistant to Dennis Kinlaw for 18 years,helping him put together and publish several books of his writings and sermons, This Day withthe Master, Prayer: Bearing the World, Malchus' Ear and Other Sermons, and Holy Happiness.She is the author of Passing on the Passion: Raising the Next Generation to Love God. Cricketand her husband, Matt, have three college-age children and live in Wilmore, KY.Contender: Going Deeper in the Book of Jude - This all-inclusive small group study on the book of Jude is out now. Check it out on the course page: http://courses.andymilleriii.comFive Steps to Deeper Teaching and Preaching - I'm excited to share some news with you.  Recently, I updated this PDF document and added a 45-minute teaching video with slides, explaining this tool. It's like a mini-course. If you sign up for my list, I will send this free resource to you. Sign up here - www.AndyMillerIII.com or Five Steps to Deeper Teaching and Preaching.Today's episode is brought to you by these two sponsors:Keith Waters and his team at WPO Development do an amazing job helping non-profits and churches through mission planning studies, strategic plans, feasibility studies, and capital campaigns. We are honored to have Keith and WPO on the More to the Story team. You can find out more about them at www.wpodevelopment.com or touch base directly with Keith at Keith.Waters@wpodevelopment.com.ANDWesley Biblical Seminary - Interested in going deeper in your faith? Check out our certificate programs, B.A., M.A.s, M.Div., and D.Min degrees. You will study with world-class faculty and the most racially diverse student body in the country. www.wbs.eduThanks too to Phil Laeger for the new podcast music. You can find out about Phil's music at https://www.laeger.net

Travel Tips Tuesday
Episode # 176 - Disney News Updates / A Remembrance & Future Travel Plans!

Travel Tips Tuesday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 47:15


Join John and Tanya in this episode as they chat a bit about what has been happening at Disney over the past week, chat a little about future travel plans, and remember some of the greats of film and tv. Subscribe and ring that bell with Ear to Ear Magic on YouTube! Subscribe to the I Am Geek Podcast! Plan your next tour/excursion and save 15% with code TRAVELMATION by clicking here Plan your next trip with Team Rogers here Thanks for subscribing! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/traveltipstuesday/message

AfterShock Podcast
2-13 The builder's dilemma and home defense considerations

AfterShock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 51:40


We're back! Sorry for the delay everyone and thanks for hanging around. In today's episode we catch up about our short hiatus and then get to the good stuff: Project guns and the builder's dilemma There's more to life than Magpul Color coding mags for home defense? Ear protection for home defense?  Was Biden right about shotguns?   Find us on Facebook at: Wasted Ammo Podcast We're also on Instagram at: aftershock_podcast Tentatively on Twitter: aftershockpod1 Get an energy boost with Strikeforce Energy:  https://www.strikeforceenergy.com/?rfsn=5860377.a02698&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=5860377.a02698  or use code AFTERSHOCK at checkout for 20% off your order

London Walks
Today (October 19) in London History – The War of Jenkins’ Ear

London Walks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 16:34


The Clean Comedy Podcast
EP 302: Vien the Comic Doc

The Clean Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 26:40


This week we welcome Vein the Comic Doc. Vien is the #1 Ranked, Laotian, Ear, Nose, & Throat Doctor/Comedian in Southwest, Florida (probably)Yes, he is a real-life doctor. Seriously. Dr. Phommachanh is a practicing ear, nose, and throat doctor in Sarasota, FL. During the daytime, Dr. Phommachanh is really helpful if you have an ear infection, runny nose, or sore throat. Call for an appointment. Medical advice given after shows will be for his amusement only. He is based in Florida, but Vien has performed standup all over the United States and overseas with stops in LA, Chicago, Nashville, Boston, as well as The Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas. He has participated in numerous comedy festivals including The World Comedy Expo, The Clean Comedy Challenge, The Main Event of the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, NV, and the North Carolina Comedy Festival. ComicDoc has also been seen in numerous commercial roles and Television on CBS. Check them out at https://comicdoc.com/We now have an INSTAGRAM! Check it out at thecleancomedypodcast on InstagramWe also have a PATREON! Check out patreon.com/CleanComedyPodcast for more details.Turn your funny into money! Check out the official website here: http://comedypreneur.comPick up a copy of “How To Produce Comedy Shows For Fun & Profit” here: https://amzn.to/31H4wxmDo you have a topic that you would like to hear discussed? Are you a clean comedian looking for an awesome podcast to be in? Do you have life-burning questions?Reach out to us at https://www.thecleancomedypodcast.com/contact/

Women in White Coats Radio
Ep #128: How to Support Patients and Students with Hero Recipient Dr. JoAn Monaco

Women in White Coats Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 11:15


In this episode, Women in White Coats author Dr. Andrea Austin interviews Dr. JoAn Monaco about her background and career. Dr. Monaco is the 2022 Hero recipient for Outstanding Achievement in Leadership and Service. Dr. JoAn Monaco is a native New Yorker trained in plastic and reconstructive surgery with advanced fellowship training in aesthetic surgery. Her practice focuses on facial, breast and body rejuvenation. She also served as the Program Director of the prestigious Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship for seven years, training up and coming plastic surgeons in facelifts, rhinoplasty, eyelift surgery and all breast and body contouring surgery. Key Takeaways [01:10] Dr. Monaco shares how she got into her specialty [04:15] How she supports patients and their expectations [07:38] Dr. Monaco's top skincare tip More than half of women physicians are feeling burnout right now and we want to help you discover what's at the heart of it. Take our brand new quiz to help you discover the root cause of burnout for you and what to do about it! Take the quiz here: https://womeninwhitecoats.com/quiz/ This Podcast is not approved for credit by CMEfy, however, you may reflect on how this Podcast applies to your day-to-day and engage to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ via point-of-care learning activities here: https://womeninwhitecoats.com/podcastcme --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/women-in-white-coats/message

RIPEcast by Space Cowboys
VonFunkhauser RIPEcast Exclusive Sunrise Mix

RIPEcast by Space Cowboys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 121:40


We are finally clear of all the Unison Campout recordings! Just in time for the upcoming Halloween Hoedown and some fresh mixes from Cowboys and featuring fine folks from Airpusher and our headliner Left/Right! Get your tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/space-cowboys-haunted-hoedown-tickets-420008034337 This week on the RIPEcast, we are chilling things a bit with a beautiful sunrise mix from DJ and producer @VonFunkhauser. Enjoy! About VonFunkhauser: Dj, Drummer, Producer, Engineer, former record store owner, Jay “VonFunkhauser” Cooper, spins tunes that often pay homage to the good ol' days when disco and funk ruled the dance floor. Drawing inspiration from all styles and eras of dance music; funk, disco, soul, jazz, r&b, hip -hop, afro beat and all styles of house. Jay has been delivering music to the underground dance community for over 25 years. Bringing the analog and digital worlds together in perfect harmony: funky, uplifting, hypnotic, deep but dancable, whether in the club or in the lounge or on the playa, Jay's sets are meant to take you on a journey through time. Music that awakens the conscious, with an emphasis on seamless transitions, designed to keep you moving, onward and upward. Ear crafted mixes that push the boundaries of what dance music can be, not just synthesizers and drum machines,(though there's plenty of that) but real people playing real instruments too. All locked together in a steady danceable groove.As a producer, his releases on Kolour Recordings, Phat Farm Music and 10mm Omega have reached the top 20 on the Nu Disco charts, been featured in traxsource's weekend weapons, and deep house essentials and been supported from Djs, Soul Minority, Oscar P, J&M Brothers, Rick Preston, Sleazy McQueen, John Howard and Alexander East. He also plays drums, performs, produces and records with several other projects in the Charlotte NC area; Muchacho, Heart of a Ghost, Jason Herring and the Mystery Plan and a new project in the works, Midlife Niceness along with That Guy Smitty. More from VonFunkhauser: Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/vonfunkhauser Mixcloud: mixcloud.com/vonfunkhauser Facebook: facebook.com/vonfunkhauser Instagram: instagram.com/vonfunkhauser

Simply Trade
Navigating Through EAR, ITAR, and OFAC Regulations with Jennifer Saak

Simply Trade

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 37:41


Join us as we discuss the U.S. export control system and how it affects your business. This episode provides essential information about the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms (ITAR), and regulations within OFAC to help reduce your risk of violating these federal laws. Our guest, Jennifer Saak of Traliance, covers export control concepts one needs to understand in order to execute core business operations at a manufacturer, research & development facility, or university in a compliant manner. She provides our audience with an understanding of the basis and scope of the EAR, ITAR, and OFAC; a look at managing license requirements and practical concepts for implementing export controls compliance procedures.  We also go into some tips on how to get assistance if you don't know where to start when it comes to getting started with compliance programs. Host: Andy Shiles: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andyshiles/  Host: Lalo Solorzano: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lalosolorzano/  Producer: Juliza Sofia Giron: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliza-sofia-giron/  Show references: Global Training Center - www.GlobalTrainingCenter.com Simply Trade Podcast - twitter.com/SimplyTradePod  Jennifer Saak - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifersaak/  Traliance - https://traliance.com/  Contact SimplyTrade@GlobalTrainingCenter.com or message @SimplyTradePod for: Advertising and sponsoring on Simply Trade Requests to be on the show as guest Suggest any topics you would like to hear about Simply Trade is not a law firm or an advisor. The topics and discussions conducted by Simply Trade hosts and guests should not be considered and is not intended to substitute legal advice. You should seek appropriate counsel for your own situation. These conversations and information are directed towards listeners in the United States for informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only and should not be In substitute for legal advice. No listener or viewer of this podcast should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on this podcast without first seeking legal advice from counsel. Information on this podcast may not be up to date depending on the time of publishing and the time of viewership. The content of this posting is provided as is, no representations are made that the content is error free. The views expressed in or through this podcast are those are the individual speakers not those of their respective employers or Global Training Center as a whole. All liability with respect to actions taken or not taken based on the contents of this podcast are hereby expressly disclaimed.

Ear and Loathing
Episode 30: Bruce Willis, Village People, Marshall Crenshaw

Ear and Loathing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 116:58


In this episode of Ear and Loathing, your hosts Aaron, Damon and George (The Gitmo Bros) talk about George's boomtown, Marcus Measurement, Kathie Lee Gifford's secret past, and So. Much. Cocaine. In the Torture Chamber segment, George and Damon compete for meaningless points by making Aaron listen to his most hated songs. Will Aaron survive the Torture Chamber long enough to play one of his favorite songs? Tune in and find out!  Songs featured in this episode: "Respect Yourself" (Bruce Willis), "Milkshake" (Village People), "There She Goes Again" (Marshall Crenshaw)

POSITIVELY JOY
God blocked a job, but opened a way to faith

POSITIVELY JOY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 40:15


Welcome to part 3, our final part in the series, "Finding your purpose in the workplace with faith." Today, we have a fitting end with Steven Mudd, a young man who trained in college to go into broadcast TV but found God guiding him to Ministry at Victory Family Church in Oklahoma, instead. Would he follow the way God was leading him? And how did he feel about his dreams of broadcast stardom slipping away?  Steven mentioned this prayer in the episode: Christ be with me, Christ within me, Christ behind me and before me. Christ beside me, Christ to win me, Christ to comfort and restore. Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ in hearts of all who know me. Christ in mouth of friend and stranger, Christ in quiet and in roar. Love, blessed Trinity of three, Bound in unity Who guides my journey. I will arise with strength of heaven Trusting in Your light To guide my journey Shine before me Lead me home. Power to guide me, might to hold me, Wisdom teach me, watching o'er me. Ear to hear me, hand to guard me, Love to conquer every fear. -- Attributed to St. Patrick

The Vagina Blog Podcast
Seed Cycling and More with Kate Morton

The Vagina Blog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 42:56


Kate Morton is a registered dietitian and owner and founder of Funk It Wellness. After years of struggling with the many life-altering side effects of birth control, she decided enough was enough. She wanted to embrace her period and learn about her cycle. After stopping birth control her period decided to ghost me for 6 months which really freaked her out! When it finally did return, it was horrific. Ear-to-ear hormonal acne, thinning hair, cramps so bad I couldn't go to work, and intense mood swings. After doing tons of research and looking for food-based approaches to menstrual health (putting her dietitian degree to good use) she was introduced to seed cycling. TBH she didn't believe it would work but she was desperate. After 3 months her acne, cramps and mood had done a total 360 and she knew she had to share that method with other menstruators! Her goal is to make Funk It a safe nutrition-backed space for anyone struggling with hormone imbalance so we can honor our cycles and bodies. I ask Kate: How did you get into what you're doing? We talk about the need for fiber in hormone balancing. We talk about the harmful effects of hormonal birth control and being pro-knowledge, not anti-birth control. Let's unpack misogyny in medicine. Let's talk about how our nutrition affects our hormones and PMS. Let's talk about detoxing naturally, for free (drink some water and eat some fiber). How can I get started with seed cycling and how does it work? Where can we find you? https://funkitwellness.com/ https://www.instagram.com/funk.it.wellness/

3D Printing Projects
Human Ear iPhone Case

3D Printing Projects

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:45


Protect your phone with an Ear case! Compatible with any PopSocket, the grip securely attaches to flexible filament. Guide: https://learn.adafruit.com/ear-phone Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Shop for parts to build your own DIY projects http://adafru.it/3dprinting 3D Printing Projects Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOWD2dJNRIN46uhMCWvNOlbG 3D Hangout Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOVgpmWevin2slopw_A3-A8Y Layer by Layer CAD Tutorials Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOVsMp6nKnpjsXSQ45nxfORb Timelapse Tuesday Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOVagy3CktXsAAs4b153xpp_ Connect with Noe and Pedro on Social Media: Noe's Twitter / Instagram: @ecken Pedro's Twitter / Instagram: @videopixil ----------------------------------------- Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe Adafruit Monthly Deals & FREE Specials https://www.adafruit.com/free?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting Join our weekly Show & Tell on G+ Hangouts On Air: http://adafru.it/showtell Watch our latest project videos: http://adafru.it/latest?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting 3DThursday Posts: https://blog.adafruit.com/category/3d-printing?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting Music by Bartlebeats https://soundcloud.com/adafruit -----------------------------------------

Adafruit Industries
Human Ear iPhone Case

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 1:45


Protect your phone with an Ear case! Compatible with any PopSocket, the grip securely attaches to flexible filament. Guide: https://learn.adafruit.com/ear-phone Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Shop for parts to build your own DIY projects http://adafru.it/3dprinting 3D Printing Projects Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOWD2dJNRIN46uhMCWvNOlbG 3D Hangout Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOVgpmWevin2slopw_A3-A8Y Layer by Layer CAD Tutorials Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOVsMp6nKnpjsXSQ45nxfORb Timelapse Tuesday Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOVagy3CktXsAAs4b153xpp_ Connect with Noe and Pedro on Social Media: Noe's Twitter / Instagram: @ecken Pedro's Twitter / Instagram: @videopixil ----------------------------------------- Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe Adafruit Monthly Deals & FREE Specials https://www.adafruit.com/free?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting Join our weekly Show & Tell on G+ Hangouts On Air: http://adafru.it/showtell Watch our latest project videos: http://adafru.it/latest?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting 3DThursday Posts: https://blog.adafruit.com/category/3d-printing?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodescrip&utm_campaign=3dprinting Music by Bartlebeats https://soundcloud.com/adafruit -----------------------------------------