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Cafezinho Café Brasil
Cafezinho 541 – Imaturidade e mimimi

Cafezinho Café Brasil

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 10:49


Uma professora norte americana chamada Gina Barreca, autora do livro “Não é que eu seja cruel: como aprendi a parar de me preocupar com as marcas da calcinha na bunda e conquistei o mundo”, escreveu assim sobre maturidade: “Eis o que a maturidade faz: ela enche de sal os saleiros, esvazia as lixeiras quando estão cheias. A maturidade compreende que é possível ter uma gaveta de lixo em casa, mas não 27. A maturidade não fica digitando no celular, jogando games ou recebendo ligações enquanto conversa com outras pessoas. A maturidade faz back up dos arquivos, vai ao médico quando está com dores e paga a conta quando sai para jantar com os pais. A maturidade entende que ninguém quer ouvir as histórias sobre porque algo não foi feito. A maturidade sabe que o que interessa é a tarefa completada. Em contraste, a imaturidade tem uma lista de desculpas pré-fabricadas para justificar porque a tarefa não foi feita no prazo acordado. A imaturidade usa qualquer inconveniente, dor de cabeça, resfriado, unha encravada ou falta de luz como desculpa para não completar as tarefas. A imaturidade não entende por que a vida é tão injusta, quando recebe crítica e não condolências por suas falhas. A imaturidade fica no mimimi; rola os olhos. A imaturidade leva tudo para o pessoal, não assume responsabilidades. A imaturidade larga roupas por todo lado em vez de lavá-las. A imaturidade chega atrasada e sai antes da hora. Em resumo, a imaturidade é mimada. E o que é mimado não amadurece. Fica amargo e murcha antes da hora.  Minha definição de imaturidade é o desejo de escapar das consequências da falta de ação ou das escolhas erradas. Não importa a idade que você tem. No entanto, mesmo que a imaturidade e a preguiça estejam eternamente ligadas, nenhuma é irrevogável. A maturidade pede ajuda, pede desculpas e pergunta se é sua vez de falar. Quando a maturidade sai para tomar café, pergunta se você quer alguma coisa. Quando a maturidade discute, também ouve. Quando a maturidade ri, ri com os outros e não dos outros. A maturidade entende que existe a escuridão no mundo, mas que não precisamos viver nela. Podemos acender a luz e oferece-la para os outros.” Que tal? Continuo a reflexão neste vídeo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecfx3XRMlow   Gostou? De onde veio este, tem muito, mas muito mais. Torne-se um assinante do Café Brasil e nos ajude a continuar produzindo conteúdo gratuito que auxilia milhares de pessoas a refinar seu processo de julgamento e tomada de decisão. Acesse http://mundocafebrasil.com

Café Brasil Podcast
Cafezinho 541 – Imaturidade e mimimi

Café Brasil Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 10:49


Uma professora norte americana chamada Gina Barreca, autora do livro “Não é que eu seja cruel: como aprendi a parar de me preocupar com as marcas da calcinha na bunda e conquistei o mundo”, escreveu assim sobre maturidade: “Eis o que a maturidade faz: ela enche de sal os saleiros, esvazia as lixeiras quando estão cheias. A maturidade compreende que é possível ter uma gaveta de lixo em casa, mas não 27. A maturidade não fica digitando no celular, jogando games ou recebendo ligações enquanto conversa com outras pessoas. A maturidade faz back up dos arquivos, vai ao médico quando está com dores e paga a conta quando sai para jantar com os pais. A maturidade entende que ninguém quer ouvir as histórias sobre porque algo não foi feito. A maturidade sabe que o que interessa é a tarefa completada. Em contraste, a imaturidade tem uma lista de desculpas pré-fabricadas para justificar porque a tarefa não foi feita no prazo acordado. A imaturidade usa qualquer inconveniente, dor de cabeça, resfriado, unha encravada ou falta de luz como desculpa para não completar as tarefas. A imaturidade não entende por que a vida é tão injusta, quando recebe crítica e não condolências por suas falhas. A imaturidade fica no mimimi; rola os olhos. A imaturidade leva tudo para o pessoal, não assume responsabilidades. A imaturidade larga roupas por todo lado em vez de lavá-las. A imaturidade chega atrasada e sai antes da hora. Em resumo, a imaturidade é mimada. E o que é mimado não amadurece. Fica amargo e murcha antes da hora.  Minha definição de imaturidade é o desejo de escapar das consequências da falta de ação ou das escolhas erradas. Não importa a idade que você tem. No entanto, mesmo que a imaturidade e a preguiça estejam eternamente ligadas, nenhuma é irrevogável. A maturidade pede ajuda, pede desculpas e pergunta se é sua vez de falar. Quando a maturidade sai para tomar café, pergunta se você quer alguma coisa. Quando a maturidade discute, também ouve. Quando a maturidade ri, ri com os outros e não dos outros. A maturidade entende que existe a escuridão no mundo, mas que não precisamos viver nela. Podemos acender a luz e oferece-la para os outros.” Que tal? Continuo a reflexão neste vídeo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecfx3XRMlow   Gostou? De onde veio este, tem muito, mas muito mais. Torne-se um assinante do Café Brasil e nos ajude a continuar produzindo conteúdo gratuito que auxilia milhares de pessoas a refinar seu processo de julgamento e tomada de decisão. Acesse http://mundocafebrasil.com

Thema des Tages
Wie wird Österreich weniger korrupt?

Thema des Tages

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 24:01


Freunderlwirtschaft, Postenschacher, Korruption: Die Aussagen von Thomas Schmid und das davon gezeichnete Sittenbild der österreichischen Politik erschüttern die Republik nachhaltig. Das Vertrauen der Bevölkerung in die Politik nimmt immer weiter ab. Der STANDARD fragt deshalb in einer neuen Serie, was geschehen muss, um Österreich wieder auf den richtigen Kurs zu bringen. Renate Graber aus der STANDARD-Wirtschaftsredaktion und Fabian Schmid aus der STANDARD-Innenpolitik sprechen heute darüber, wie korrupt Österreich wirklich ist. Wir fragen nach, warum das Informationsfreiheitsgesetz seit Monaten auf Eis liegt. Und wir stellen die Frage, welche Maßnahmen getroffen werden können, um Korruption vorzubeugen und das Vertrauen in die Politik wieder zu stärken. **Hat Ihnen dieser Podcast gefallen?** Mit einem STANDARD-Abonnement können Sie unsere Arbeit unterstützen und mithelfen, Journalismus mit Haltung auch in Zukunft sicherzustellen. Alle Infos und Angebote gibt es hier: [abo.derstandard.at](https://abo.derstandard.at/?ref=Podcast&utm_source=derstandard&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcast&utm_content=podcast)

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk
Geo-Engineering - Können Unterwasservorhänge die Gletscherschmelze verlangsamen?

Forschung Aktuell - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:34


Das Abschmelzen des grönländischen Eises wird den Meeresspiegel weiter ansteigen lassen. Um den Prozess zumindest zu verlangsamen, will ein Forscherteam einen Unterwasservorhang bauen, der das warme Wasser vom Eis fernhält. Die Idee ist umstritten.Von Tomma Schröderwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Cinema Strikes Back
Zwei Game of Thrones-Nerds beantworten eure Fragen zu HOUSE OF THE DRAGON!

Cinema Strikes Back

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 97:03


Alper & Jonas haben wochenlang jede Folge von HOUSE OF THE DRAGON in stundenlangen Analysen auseinander genommen und nun beantworten sie all eure Fragen zur Serie über das Haus Targaryen, aber auch über GAME OF THRONES im Allgemeinen und die gesamte Welt von Eis und Feuer! Die Fragen gibt es in vier Kategorien: Allgemeine Fragen zur Serie House of the Dragon, Fragen zur Lore von House of the Dragon, Fragen zur gesamten Welt von Das Lied von Eis und Feuer und alberne, lustige Fragen. Viel Spaß bei diesem neuen Video-Podcast hier auf CINEMA STRIKES BACK! Timestamps: 00:00:00 - Anmod 00:01:37 - Intro 00:01:44 - Moderation 00:02:30 - Allgemeine Fragen zu House of the Dragon 00:31:54 - Lore-Fragen 01:05:34 - Fragen zur gesamten Welt von Eis & Feuer 01:17:55 - Alberne Fragen 01:36:29 - Abmod Moderation: Alper Turfan, Jonas Ressel Kamera & Ton: Laura Lang Redaktion: Alper Turfan Schnitt: Patrik Hochnadel #houseofthedragon #gameofthrones Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinemastrikesback/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/csb_de Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/CSB_DE/ Cinema Strikes Back gehört zu #funk. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/funkofficial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funk TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@funk Website: https://go.funk.net https://go.funk.net/impressum

eCW Podcast
Optimizing EHR Performance at a Virginia Health Center

eCW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 9:38


Virginia's Johnson Health Center wasn't maximizing use eClinicalWorks, but EHR Implementation Services optimized their engagement with the browser version and improved customization and care delivery.

Welt der Physik - heute schon geforscht?

Was Meereis von gewöhnlichem Eis unterscheidet und wieso das gefrorene Ozeanwasser wichtig für das Erdklima ist, erläutert Christian Haas von der Universität Bremen und dem Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung in dieser Folge.

Supporting Champions
110: Ryan King on operating in complexity

Supporting Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 60:18


This week's guest is Ryan King. Ryan is a strength and conditioning coach by trade. He has a background working at the EIS and England FA. In addition to his conditioning work Ryan has led numerous teams, for example managing the women's pathway team, the performance support team and the innovation work at the FA. Ryan is now a performance strategist at Kitman labs and a performance consultant for his own business Blended Intelligence. But beyond the job titles is the way Ryan works which is highly considered, thoughtful and holistic. When I say holistic I mean he fully respects the climate, environment, the timing as well as the problem on the table. In this discussion we explore how to work in simple and complex situations, creating systems but being flexible and measuring our impact. But central to this is harnessing people and their full capability to create performance. I don't think I will ever tire of speaking to Ryan he is one of these people who always brings fresh insight and perspective.   Links for Ryan https://twitter.com/Blended_Team https://blended-intelligence.com/   Hi, I'm Steve Ingham Sports and Performance Scientist co-founder at Supporting Champions. I have the privilege of supporting over 1000 athletes of which over 200 have gone on to win World or Olympic medals. For the last 25 years I've been fascinated by, researched and applied innovative ideas to help people succeed  and now I want to share those performance strategies with you. I help aspiring and professional Performance Science and Support Staff improve their skills, experience and mindset for working with sports performers through a range of online courses and an exclusive community hub https://www.supportingchampions.co.uk/onlinecourse ***Applied Pro Practitioner courses are now discounted USE CODE APPLIED2022 for £50 off until 15th Nov Sign up now to take advantage of live sessions with tutors*** If you're working in sports performance or business and want to get support to develop your team and systems – take a look at what I offer here – https://www.supportingchampions.co.uk/speaking/ Links Twitter at https://twitter.com/ingham_steve https://www.tiktok.com/@supportingchampions Supporting Champions on Twitter www.twitter.com/support_champs Supporting Champions on Linkedin, www.linkedin.com/company/supporting-champions https://www.instagram.com/supportingchampions/

The Daily Scoop Podcast
Getting EIS to the finish line; CX boost for federal employees and retirees; Cyber portfolio at DOE

The Daily Scoop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 31:01


The State Department's new award on the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract could be worth up to $1.6 billion, but not every agency has made the commitment to EIS that State has. Kay Ely, principal at Deep Water Point and former director of IT schedule programs at the General Services Administration, discusses what gets EIS to the finish line. The Thrift Savings Plan says it's improving its customer experience for federal employees after its transition to a new record-keeping system. Kim Weaver, director of external affairs for the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, explains how TSP is making progress in customer service. Federal agencies have a FY2024 deadline to hit marks for the Biden administration's requirements on zero trust. Amy Hamilton, senior cybersecurity advisor for policy and programs at the Department of Energy, tells Scoop News Group's Wyatt Kash about the nuance behind the cyber portfolio at her agency. The Daily Scoop Podcast is available every weekday afternoon. If you want to hear more of the latest from Washington, subscribe to The Daily Scoop Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher. And if you like what you hear, please let us know in the comments.

Cinema Strikes Back
Die 7 besten Kämpfer in HOUSE OF THE DRAGON & GAME OF THRONES!

Cinema Strikes Back

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 19:31


Ob Daemon Targaryen, Aemond Einauge oder die Zwillingsritter der Königsgarde, Ser Eryk und Arryk Cargyll – HOUSE OF THE DRAGON hat uns viele Männer und Frauen präsentiert, vor denen man sich fürchten sollte, falls man ihnen auf dem Schlachtfeld in die Augen blickt. Mit Figuren wie Jaime Lannister, Eddard Stark und Robert Baratheon hatte aber auch die Ursprungs-Serie GAME OF THRONES begnadete Kämpfer in ihren Reihen. Heute blicken unsere beiden GOT-Cracks Jonas und Alper ins Lied von Eis und Feuer: Wer sind ihrer Meinung nach die 7 besten Kämpfer und Kämpferinnen aller Zeiten? Diese äußerst subjektive Topliste präsentiert euch CINEMA STRIKES BACK! +++ SPOILER +++ Unsere Topliste: 7. Duncan der Große 6. Robert Baratheon 5. Oberyn Martell 4. Khal Drogo 3. Barristan Selmy 2. Daemon Schwarzfeuer Arthur Dayne +++++++++++++++ Soundtrack des Videos: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/30golhpbGIPlmh4voMxCox?si=64e8034f9a3944bd Quellen: Das Lied von Eis und Feuer (George R. R. Martin)Westeros - Die Welt von Eis und Feuer (George R. R. Martin, Elio Garcia, Linda Antonsson)Feuer und Blut (George R. R. Martin, Elio Garcia, Linda Antonsson)Der Heckenritter (George R. R. Martin) Moderation & Redaktion: Alper Turfan & Jonas Ressel Kamera & Ton: Laura Lang Schnitt: Patrik Hochnadel #houseofthedragon #daemon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinemastrikesback/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/csb_de Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/CSB_DE/ Cinema Strikes Back gehört zu #funk. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/funkofficial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funk TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@funk Website: https://go.funk.net https://go.funk.net/impressum

Weltspiegel Thema
Energieversorgung: Welche Utopien wurden Wirklichkeit?

Weltspiegel Thema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 27:48


Wir jagen heute im Podcast den Utopien von gestern nach. Und den Träumen von morgen. Anfang November ist wieder Klimakonferenz, diesmal in Sharm El-Sheikh, in Ägypten. Staats- und Regierungschefs aus der ganzen Welt sitzen zusammen und beraten über die Welt von morgen - um das Klima zu retten und den Planeten. Nur wie soll sie Aussehen - eine Welt ohne Kohle, ohne Öl? Lösungen dafür gibts schon lange. Und mache sind sogar schon 100 Jahre alt. Moderator Philipp Abresch hat kürzlich per Zufall ein altes verstaubtes Büchlein aufgetan. Es stammt aus dem Jahr 1931 und ist geschrieben von dem Wissenschaftsjournalisten Hanns Günther, der sich in den 20er Jahren schon ausgiebig mit erneuerbaren Energien beschäftigt hat. Sein Buch heisst: In 100 Jahren – die künftige Energieversorgung der Welt. Dieses kleine Büchlein ist wirklich ein grosser Schatz. Man glaubt es kaum: Denn alles, worüber wir heute sprechen, das steht hier schon drin: Solarenergie, Wellenkraftwerke, Atomkraft, Strom aus Wirbelstürmen, Energie aus tropischen Gewässern, aus Ebbe und Flut, aus arktischem Eis und der Hitze von Vulkanen. Wir haben uns gefragt: Alles Fantasie oder was davon gibt es heute wirklich - 100 Jahre später? Wir klappern unsere Korrespondentinnen und Korrespondenten in der Welt ab und gucken, was draus geworden ist. Mit dabei sind Sophie von der Tann aus Tel Aviv, Dunja Sadaqi aus Marokko, Sandra Ratzow aus Singapur und Christian Blenker aus Stockholm. Diese Folge ist eine Reise in fantastische Welten. Und in die Zukunft.

GEOlino Spezial – Der Wissenspodcast für junge Entdeckerinnen und Entdecker

Gletscher formen die Landschaft der Erde seit Jahrmillionen. Wo sie den Berg hinabwalzen, bleibt buchstäblich kein Stein auf dem anderen. In dieser Folge GEOlino Spezial wird es eisig, denn Moderatorin Ivy schaut sich das uralte Eis in Massen mal ganz genau für euch an!+++Ihr habt einen guten Witz auf Lager? Schickt ihn uns per Sprachnachricht an 0160-3519068 und lasst uns gemeinsam lachen!+++GEOlino Spezial - Der Wissenspodcast für junge Entdeckerinnen und EntdeckerModeration: Ivy HaaseSprecher: Tim PommerenkeRedaktion & Skript: Bernadette SchmidtProduktion: Aleksandra Zebisch+++Noch mehr GEOlino für zu Hause? Schaut einfach unter www.geolino.de/spezial+++Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://datenschutz.ad-alliance.de/podcast.htmlUnsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.

Federal Drive with Tom Temin
82 agencies sign MOUs to gain more time to transition to EIS

Federal Drive with Tom Temin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 20:01


EIS, CIO-SP4, Oasis-Plus and Ascend, the alphabet soup of contracts on the horizon will keep vendors busy over the next six months. The General Services Administration and others are pushing forward to set up and otherwise nurture these multi-billion dollar vehicles. Federal News Network executive editor Jason Miller has some new detail about where many of these contracts are heading.

Mehr Umsatz mit Verkaufspsychologie - Online und Offline überzeugen
Was du im Marketing vom "BumBumEis" lernen kannst - Raus der Vergleichbarkeit

Mehr Umsatz mit Verkaufspsychologie - Online und Offline überzeugen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 6:41


Richtig gelesen! 90% der Marketer machen schlechteres Marketing als das Bum Bum Eis. Sie sind vergleichbar mit zig anderen Marketern, gehen unter in der Masse und bleiben, anders als das Eis, auch nicht im Kopf. Erfahre wie du die Tricks vom Bum Bum Eis nutzen kannst, um raus aus der Vergleichbarkeit zu kommen. Das Bum Bum Eis ist das erfolgreichste Eis der Welt! Die Marke brachte Schöller brachte 1986 das knallig rote Eis, was die Form eines Tennisschlägers darstellen soll, auf den Markt. Auch nach 36 Jahren ist das Eis ein echter HIT! Aber woran liegt das, vielleicht am Geschmack? Ich würde mal sagen, dass das nicht der primäre Grund ist. Vielmehr spielen hier verkaufspsychologische Trigger die Hauptrolle. Was das für Trigger sind und was das Eis dadurch besser macht, als hunderte Marketingdienstleister, erfährst du in dieser Folge.

O Poder da Oração
Leitura Bíblia - Genesis 1, 1-31 - A Criação

O Poder da Oração

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 9:46


Gênesis, 1 1.No princípio, Deus criou o céu e a terra. 2.A terra estava sem forma e vazia; as trevas cobriam o abismo e o Espírito de Deus pairava sobre as águas. 3.Deus disse: “Faça-se a luz!”. E a luz foi feita. 4.Deus viu que a luz era boa, e separou a luz das trevas. 5.Deus chamou à luz dia, e às trevas noite. Sobreveio a tarde e depois a manhã: foi o primeiro dia. " 6.Deus disse: “Faça-se um firmamento entre as águas, e separe ele umas das ou­tras”. 7.Deus fez o firmamento e separou as águas que estavam debaixo do firmamento daquelas que estavam por cima. 8.E assim se fez. Deus chamou ao firmamento céu. Sobreveio a tarde e depois a manhã: foi o segundo dia.* 9.Deus disse: “Que as águas que estão debaixo do céu se juntem num mesmo lugar, e apareça o elemento árido”. E assim se fez. 10.Deus chamou ao elemento árido terra, e ao ajuntamento das águas mar. E Deus viu que isso era bom. 11.Deus disse: “Produza a terra plan­­tas, ervas que contenham semente e á­r­vores frutíferas que deem fruto segundo a sua espécie e o fruto contenha a sua semente”. E assim foi feito. 12.A terra pro­duziu plantas, ervas que contêm semente segundo a sua espécie, e árvores que produzem fruto segundo a sua espécie, contendo o fruto a sua semente. E Deus viu que isso era bom. 13.Sobreveio a tarde e depois a manhã: foi o terceiro dia. 14.Deus disse: “Façam-se luzeiros no firmamento do céu para separar o dia da noite. Que sirvam eles de sinais e marquem o tempo, os dias e os anos, 15.e resplande­çam no firmamento do céu para iluminar a terra”. E assim se fez. 16.Deus fez os dois grandes luzeiros: o maior para presidir o dia e o menor para presidir a noite; e fez também as estrelas. 17.Deus colocou-os no firmamento do céu para que iluminassem a terra, 18.presidissem o dia e a noite, e separassem a luz das trevas. E Deus viu que isso era bom. 19.Sobreveio a tarde e depois a manhã: foi o quarto dia. 20.Deus disse: Pululem as águas de uma multidão de seres vivos, e voem aves sobre a terra, debaixo do firmamento do céu. 21firmamento do céu”. 21.Deus criou os monstros mari­nhos e toda a multidão de seres vivos que enchem as águas, segundo a sua espécie, e todas as aves segundo a sua espécie. E Deus viu que isso era bom. 22.E Deus os abençoou: “Frutificai – disse ele – e multipli­cai-vos, e enchei as águas do mar, e que as aves se multipliquem sobre a terra”. 23.Sobreveio a tarde e depois a manhã: foi o quinto dia. 24.Deus disse: “Produza a terra seres vivos segundo a sua espécie: animais domésticos, répteis e animais selvagens, segundo a sua espécie”. E assim se fez. 25Deus fez os animais selvagens segundo a sua espécie, os animais domésticos igualmente, e da mesma forma todos os animais, que se arrastam sobre a terra. E Deus viu que isso era bom. 26.Então Deus disse: “Façamos o homem à nossa imagem e semelhança. Que ele reine sobre os peixes do mar, sobre as aves do céu, sobre os animais domésticos e sobre toda a terra, e sobre todos os répteis que se arrastam sobre a terra”. 27.Deus criou o homem à sua imagem; criou-o à imagem de Deus, criou o homem e a mulher.* 28.Deus os abençoou: “Frutificai – disse ele – e multiplicai-vos, enchei a terra e submetei-a. Dominai sobre os peixes do mar, sobre as aves do céu e sobre todos os animais que se arrastam sobre a terra”. 29.Deus disse: “Eis que eu vos dou toda a erva que dá semente sobre a terra, e todas as árvores frutíferas que contêm em si mesmas a sua semente, para que vos sirvam de alimento.

The Gateway
Change Is Gonna Come

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 51:41


For this episode, Change is Gonna Come, The Gateway is proud to have Ema Roloff! Ema is a widely recognized Digital Transformation and Change Management expert. She helps Insurers move through Core Transformations with the team at EIS and is the host of the YouTube series Leading Change and the Co-Host of the LinkedIn Live series The Third Thursday. Over the last few years, she has conducted over 150 expert interviews in the space of Digital Transformation and Innovation. Ema has been recognized as the AI Journal's Young Tech Leader of the Year, a RISE 35 under 35 Award Winner, and named in Lightico's Insurance Innovators Top 100.

Das Kalenderblatt
11.10.1931: Hans Hörbiger stirbt, Vater der Welteislehre

Das Kalenderblatt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 3:57


Das ganze Weltall außer den Sonnen besteht aus Eis! So sollte die Milchstraße in Wirklichkeit aus Eisbrocken bestehen, die in die Sonne stürzen und Protuberanzen verursachen. Hans Hörbigers Welteislehre hat kaum Anhänger gefunden, doch die Nazis fanden sie plausibel. Dafür konnte Hörbiger allerdings nichts mehr.

Die Spur der Täter - Der True Crime Podcast des MDR
Die Giftmörderin (3) – Der Gerichtsprozess

Die Spur der Täter - Der True Crime Podcast des MDR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 31:06


Nach der Anzeige ihrer Tochter und einer Hausdurchsuchung wird es eng für Annelie König. Hat sie tatsächlich ihren früheren Ehemann mit einem Mix aus einem Schlafmittel und Alkohol vergiftet? Nun entscheidet das Gericht.

Die Spur der Täter - Der True Crime Podcast des MDR
Die Giftmörderin (2) – Das aufgezeichnete Gespräch

Die Spur der Täter - Der True Crime Podcast des MDR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 29:19


17 Jahre ging man davon aus, dass Hans-Joachim König ohne Fremdverschulden gestorben ist – an einer Mischung aus Medikamenten und Alkohol. Dann bringt seine Tochter mit einer Handy-Aufnahme Mordermittlungen ins Rollen.

Meditação Diária com o Pe. João Carlos
07 de outubro - Meditação da Palavra do Senhor

Meditação Diária com o Pe. João Carlos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 9:33


07 de outubro, Dia de Nossa Senhora do Rosário -

Die Spur der Täter - Der True Crime Podcast des MDR
Die Giftmörderin (1) – Der Tod des Ehemanns

Die Spur der Täter - Der True Crime Podcast des MDR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 28:11


Als Annelie König eines Morgens aufsteht, liegt ihr Mann tot in seinem Arbeitszimmer auf dem Boden. Der Obduktion zufolge starb er auf nichtnatürliche Weise. Doch Zeichen für ein Fremdverschulden gibt es zunächst nicht.

O Poder da Oração
2° Dia da Novena a Nossa Senhora Aparecida - Padroeira do Brasil

O Poder da Oração

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 10:54


NOVENA A NOSSA SENHORA APARECIDA INÍCIO Sinal da Cruz Em nome do Pai, do Filho e do Espírito Santo. Amém. Invocação ao Espírito Santo Vinde Espírito Santo Vinde Espírito Santo, enchei os corações dos vossos fiéis e acendei neles o fogo do Vosso Amor. Enviai o Vosso Espírito e tudo será criado e renovareis a face da terra. Oremos: Ó Deus que instruístes os corações dos vossos fiéis, com a luz do Espírito Santo, fazei que apreciemos retamente todas as coisas segundo o mesmo Espírito e gozem sempre da sua consolação. Por Cristo Senhor Nosso. Amém. Oração para todos os dias Virgem puríssima, concebida sem pecado, e desde aquele primeiro instante toda bela e sem mancha, gloriosa Maria, cheia de graça, Mãe de meu Deus, Rainha dos anjos e dos homens: eu vos saúdo humildemente como Mãe do meu Salvador, que com aquela estima, respeito e submissão, com que vos tratava, me ensinou quais sejam as honras e a veneração que eu devo prestar-vos; dignai-vos, eu vô-lo rogo, de receber as que nesta Novena vos consagro. Vós sois o seguro asilo dos pecadores penitentes, e assim tenho razão para recorrer a vós; sois Mãe de misericórdia, e por este título não podeis deixar de enternecer-vos à vista das minhas misérias; sois depois de Jesus Cristo toda a minha esperança, e por esta razão não podereis deixar de reconhecer a terna confiança que tenho em vós; fazei-me digno de chamar-me vosso filho, para que possa confiadamente dizer-vos: mostrai que sois nossa Mãe! ▪ Eis-me aqui aos vossos santíssimos pés, ó Virgem Imaculada! Convosco me alegro sumamente, porque desde a eternidade fostes eleita Mãe do Verbo eterno e preservada da culpa original. Eu bendigo e dou graças à Santíssima Trindade, que vos enriqueceu com este privilégio em vossa Conceição, e humildemente vos suplicamos me alcanceis a graça de vencer os tristes efeitos que em mim produziu o pecado. Ah! Senhor, fazei que eu os vença e jamais deixe de amar a meu Deus. Jaculatória (Ao final de todos os dias) Senhora Aparecida, milagrosa Padroeira, sede nossa guia nesta mortal carreira! Ó Virgem Aparecida, sacrário do Redendor, dai à alma desfalecida vosso poder e valor. Ó Virgem Aparecida, fiel e seguro norte, alcançai-nos graças na vida, favorecei-nos na morte! (Faça agora os seus pedidos a Nossa Senhora) Pai Nosso, Ave-Maria, Glória. Sinal da Cruz Em nome do Pai, do Filho e do Espírito Santo. Amém.

Gemütlich Nachsitzen
Das Ding is'...

Gemütlich Nachsitzen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 67:30


Schockiert entdecken Felix und Tim, dass ihr gemeinsamer Podcast vielleicht gar nicht so besonders ist, wie sie bislang dachten. Tim bucht zur Beruhigung erstmal ein 5* Luxus Wochenende in Hamburg, während Felix auf der Suche nach Eis im nächtlichen Singapore allmählich verzweifelt. Denn wisst ihr, das Ding is... Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/gemuetlich_nachsitzen

NDR Info - Zwischen Hamburg und Haiti
Zwischen HH und Haiti: Der Schaalsee - Wo Natur keine Grenzen kennt

NDR Info - Zwischen Hamburg und Haiti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 27:50


Der Schaalsee hat viel zu bieten! Er ist Teil eines UNESCO Biosphärenreservats, er ist Erholungsgebiet mit seltenen Tieren und Pflanzen, man findet einsame Badestellen und genügend Rad- und Wanderwege. Er ist aber auch ein Stück deutsch-deutscher Geschichte – ein Symbol der deutschen Teilung. Rund 30 Jahre teilte der Schaalsee Deutschland in Ost und West, heute ist es der "Grenzsee" zwischen dem Herzogtum Lauenburg in Schleswig-Holstein und dem Landkreis Ludwigslust Parchim in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Von der Nord- bis zur Südspitze sind es gut 14 Kilometer und mit bis zu 72 Metern ist er der tiefste See Norddeutschlands. Besonders zu empfehlen, in den gemütlichen Restaurants rund um den See ist die Maräne, ein Fisch den es nur selten, den es aber im Schaalsee gibt. Dass sich die Natur rund um den Schaalsee so prächtig entwickeln konnte, ist auch eine Folge der deutschen Geschichte. Zumindest auf ostdeutscher Seite war der Schaalsee rund drei Jahrzehnte kaum zugänglich. Das Sperrgebiet aus Grenzzäunen und Wachtürmen ließ der Natur freien Lauf. Auch wenn der Schaalsee zu DDR-Zeiten extrem gesichert war, einige Bürger schafften dennoch über den See die Flucht in den Westen. Mal schwimmend, oder sogar im Winter übers Eis. Eine Reportage von Carsten Vick.

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo
A segunda morte: lago de fogo e enxofre - Meditação Matinal 30/09/22

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 15:23


"Eis que todas as almas são Minhas; como o é a alma do pai, assim também a alma do filho é Minha: A ALMA QUE PECAR, ESSA MORRERÁ." Ezequiel 18:4 "E o diabo, que os enganava, foi lançado no Lago de Fogo e Enxofre, onde estão a besta e o falso profeta; e de dia e de noite serão atormentados para todo o sempre." Apocalipse 20:10 "E a morte e o inferno foram lançados no LAGO DE FOGO. Esta é a SEGUNDA MORTE. E aquele que não foi achado escrito no Livro da Vida foi lançado no Lago de Fogo." Apocalipse 20:14-15

Paranerdia
Parolando de Setembro de 2022

Paranerdia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 22:35


Saudações mixurucas queridos ouvintes! Eis aqui o Parolando, o podcast de feedbacks de vocês! Episódios comentados neste episódio: Água de Muringa 23 – Todo Mundo Julga a Cris Paranerdia 190 - PAUTA QUE PARIU!!! Paranerdia 191 - Tudo no Mesmo Lugar ao Mesmo Tempo Huntercast 40 - Mais Uma Taberneiro 8

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
In the News... Testing for T1D before symptoms, extended infusion sets, hysterectomy & T2D and more!

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 8:03


It's "In the News..." a look at the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. This week: new information about COVID and type 1 in kids, a new way to look for diabetes before symptoms appear, Medtronic may be ready to ship their 7-day infusion set, approved more than a year ago, and more. Thanks to our sponsor, T1D Exchange: www.t1dexchange.org/Stacey Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Click here to learn more about OMNIPOD* *Click here to learn more about AFREZZA* *Click here to learn more about DEXCOM* Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. XX In the news is brought to you by T1D Exchange! T1D Exchange is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving outcomes for the entire T1D population. https://t1dexchange.org/stacey/ XX A pair of studies released within days of one another have produced conflicting reports related to the apparent increase in type 1 diabetes diagnoses following a COVID-19 infection in younger patients. one of the studies suggests a COVID-19 infection was associated with up to a 72% increase in new diagnoses of type 1 diabetes, the second, suggests while overall rates of diagnoses may be elevated, COVID-19 may not be the cause of increased prevalence. The second group says we need to consider what has happened regarding the spread of viruses such as enteroviruses during the pandemic, and whether there are any other environmental factors, such as sunlight exposure and vitamin D levels, that might have altered during lockdown that might also be relevant.” The group whose findings suggest covid is the link are asking families with any family history of type 1 to watch for symptoms in the year following a child's Covid diagnosis. Both groups are pushing for more study, https://www.endocrinologynetwork.com/view/studies-debate-link-between-covid-19-and-increased-type-1-diabetes-diagnoses XX Insulin pricing legislation might get another look this year.. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and Susan Collins, R-Maine, are working to update a draft bill that would cap consumer copays for insulin in the commercial market and incentivize drugmakers to lower list prices. One of the bill's provisions capping Medicare copays at $35 a month was enacted as part of the Democrats' budget bill in August. The bill would extend the $35 Medicare copay cap to the commercial market. It would also ban health plans from requiring doctors' approval before prescribing a drug and prohibit manufacturer rebates when drugmakers freeze their list prices at 2021 Medicare net rates. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer has repeatedly voiced plans to bring the bill to the floor but the timeline keeps slipping. It's not expected this would make it in front of lawmakers again until after the midterms. https://rollcall.com/2022/09/28/lawmakers-eye-lame-duck-for-unfinished-business-on-insulin/ XX The Medtronic Extended infusion set (EIS) is the newest insulin pump infusion set from Medtronic and the first and only set that can be worn for twice the wear time! With the Extended infusion set and reservoir, patients can keep the infusion sites they prefer working longer while also benefiting from the easy insertion process currently available with the MiniMedTM MioTM Advance infusion set (which also means training is a breeze). The Medtronic Extended Insuion set worn on the arm. Components of the Medtronic Extended infusion set We know you're wondering how does this work? The EIS introduces innovative technology that allows for longer wear by mitigating the insulin degradation and preservative loss seen in 2–3-day infusion sets. Specifically, it is designed with tubing that features advanced materials to help reduce insulin preservative loss and maintain insulin flow and stability. It also has a new tubing connector that improves the physical and chemical stability of insulin by filtering out insulin fibrils. Fibrils are strands of destabilized insulin that clump together and can contribute to poor glycemia due to infusion set occlusion and immune response at the infusion site.1 Lastly, the EIS has an improved adhesive patch that extends wear-time and provides comfort, keeping the infusion set in place for up to 7 days. All these elements help to further reduce the burden on the patient. What if a patient uses more than 300 units of U-100 insulin in a 7-day period? No problem. Patients with increased insulin needs will also be able to benefit from using the Extended infusion set by simply changing their reservoir mid-way through their use of the set. To support these patients, innovative and simple training resources will be made available. Stay tuned for more details regarding the Medtronic Extended infusion set and reservoir product launch later this year! In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact your local Medtronic Diabetes representative. https://www.medtronic.com/us-en/healthcare-professionals/therapies-procedures/diabetes/education/diabetes-digest/extended-infusion-set-and-reservoir.html?fbclid=IwAR0HntZBo0NuYSH_hqPAVHQTJrvkZdXK3-pSooS5UOqPuK_S3-AM8cheYqk XX A possible new way to test for type 1 diabetes way before symptoms.. very early here but new research is trying to pinpoint the start of the auto-immune process. These researchers at Boston University say "Previous studies have focused on the triggers, genes and proteins that differentiate individuals with T1D from those without diabetes with a focus on the b-cell (b-cells create antibodies) as a target of immune destruction and blood glucose as the main abnormality Their focus is on metabolic communication as an early instigator with the b-cell as an active participant together with the immune cells," explains corresponding author Barbara Corkey, Ph.D., professor emeritus of medicine and biochemistry at BUSM. According to Corkey, her research led her to generate the testable hypothesis that the induction of autoimmunity is a consequence of one or more major inflammatory events in susceptible individuals. It's al ot more complicated than that.. I'll ink up the research published in the journal Diabetes. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2022-09-hypothesis-autoimmunity-patients-diabetes.html XX Hysterectomy is the second most common surgery for women in the United States. About 600,000 hysterectomies — the surgical removal of part or all of a woman's uterusTrusted Source — are performed in the U.S. each year. Previous research has linked hysterectomies to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseaseTrusted Source, incident hypertension, and thyroid cancer. Now, researchers from CHU de Rennes in Renne, France, have discovered a correlation between hysterectomy and increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes, especially among women under 45 years of age. The research, which has not yet been peer reviewed and published, was recently presented at the 2022 European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/women-face-increased-risk-of-type-2-diabetes-following-hysterectomy XX Gotta love this creative and possibly very useful question: when bear hibernate, why don't they get diabetes? They eat tens of thousands of calories a day, balloon in size, then barely move for months. To answer that question, Washington state University researchers went to work. To find out how, researchers drew blood serum from six captive grizzly bears—aged between five and 13 years—at the WSU Bear Center, a research facility in Pullman, Washington. They also collected bear fat tissue that they used to grow cell cultures in the lab. This experiment helped the team narrow down the bears' secret to controlling their insulin: Eight key proteins that seem to have a unique role in bear biology, working either independently or together to regulate insulin during hibernation. Because humans share most of our genes with bears, understanding the role of these eight proteins could teach scientists more about human insulin resistance, Perry says. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/article/hibernating-bears-could-hold-a-clue-to-treating-diabetes XX Back to the news in a moment but first.. The T1D Exchange Registry is a research study conducted online over time, designed to foster innovation and improve the lives of people with T1D. The platform is open to both adults and children with T1D living in the U.S. Personal information remains confidential and participation is fully voluntary. Once enrolled, participants will complete annual surveys and have the opportunity to sign up for other studies on specific topics related to T1D. The registry aims to improve knowledge of T1D, accelerate the discovery and development of new treatments and technologies, and generate evidence to support policy or insurance changes that help the T1D community. By sharing opinions, experiences and data, patients can help advance meaningful T1D treatment, care and policy. The registry is now available on the T1D Exchange website and is simple to navigate, mobile and user-friendly. For more information or to register, go to www.t1dregistry.org/stacey XX Couple of events coming up next week: Hope you are doing well! I'm reaching out about an upcoming virtual streaming event hosted by Dexcom on Tuesday, Oct. 4 that will feature an exciting OUS (outside the U.S.) announcement from Dexcom leadership and Dexcom Warriors around the globe. The diabetes community will have access to the event beginning at 8 a.m. BT / 3 a.m. ET / midnight PT on Oct. 4 at DexcomEvent.com. XX Do you want to learn how to think differently about your life with type 1 diabetes? Click this link to register now! ==> www.reimaginet1d.com Join Dr. Mark Heyman for the 2nd Annual ReImagine T1D virtual workshop on October 6 from 7:30p - 9:30p Eastern! ReImagine T1D will challenge you to reimagine what is possible in your life with T1D and give you a roadmap to help them get there. After attending this ReImagine T1D, you'll have practical tools and actionable strategies that will empower you to live a full, flexible life without letting the emotional burden of T1D hold you back. If you cannot attend the event live a replay will be available, but you MUST register! Click this link to register now! ==> www.reimaginet1d.com XX On the podcast next week.. I'll have more about Dexcom's announcement and you'll hear about how diabetes communities around the world pivoted during covid to better reach their people. Very cool stories from a recent conference featuring diabetes online and offline communities. This past episode is all about Listen wherever you get your podcasts That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots
442: Zedosh & The Attention Exchange with Guillaume Kendall

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 36:43


Guillaume Kendall is the Founder of Zedosh and Attention Exchange, which is working to build a safe place for advertisers, publishers, and consumers to all benefit from fair access to human attention. Chad talks with Guillaume about open banking, changing up who the beneficiaries of consumer attention and data are, and giving companies opportunities to advertise without interrupting consumers with ads. Zedosh (https://zedosh.com/) The Attention Exchange (https://attentionexchange.co.uk/) Follow The Attention Exchange on Twitter (https://twitter.com/attnexchange) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-attention-exchange/). Follow Guillaume on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/guillaumekendall/). Follow thoughtbot on Twitter (https://twitter.com/thoughtbot) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/150727/). Become a Sponsor (https://thoughtbot.com/sponsorship) of Giant Robots! Transcript: CHAD: This is The Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots Podcast, where we explore the design, development, and business of great products. I'm your host, Chad Pytel. And with me today is Guillaume Kendall, the Founder of Zedosh and the Attention Exchange, which is working to build a safe place for advertisers, publishers, and consumers to all benefit from fair access to human attention. Guillaume, thank you for joining me. GUILLAUME: Thank you so much for having me. It's a real privilege. CHAD: If I'm not mistaken, you and I first met in person for lunch one time in London when I was visiting London in; I think it was...I went back and looked at my calendar. It was March 10th, 2020, if I'm not mistaken, either that or it was that Friday of that week. GUILLAUME: It must have been one of the last weeks pre-pandemic. CHAD: It was. I literally woke up on Saturday morning for my flight to come back to the U.S. to the headlines that all flights from Europe were being shut down. [laughs] And I almost dropped my phone until I realized, oh, that's the headline, but the real detail is I can get back. It's all the rest of Europe, not the UK, yet. That was the following week. I made it home, and then the world changed. GUILLAUME: I sure did, didn't it? [laughs] It's funny, isn't it? Because the two-year period in between seems to have flown by. It feels like just yesterday. I remember I think, even what I ate. CHAD: [laughs] And at the time, you were working on a new application, and we were talking about that. But I want to fast forward a little bit to today. Tell me more about Attention Exchange, and then we're going to rewind a bit to how you've arrived. GUILLAUME: So the Attention Exchange...by way of background, I come from the fintech space rather than adtech. And it really, ultimately, the Attention Exchange is a matching engine, using financial terms, that matches the right video content to the right consumer based on their spending data rather than their browsing data. So it's a matching engine. And it looks at rules that ultimately we're able to derive, or actually, I better use the phrase, we can bridge the gap between attention and intention based on our audience's spending patterns. And the reason we can access those is because they give us explicit permission. We have something called open banking here in the UK. It's actually across most of Europe now. But it enables the consumer to own their data and share it outside the bank if they so wish to with other regulated third parties. So we're such a regulated third party, and they share that data with us, as I said, to be matched with video content from brands that are relevant to their spending instead of their browsing. What it ultimately means is we're very well-positioned in this apparent post-cookie world that seems to be heading our way eventually because we don't rely on any other tracking technology to spy on our audience. They voluntarily give it to us. And I guess the kicker which is...people are probably asking themselves, why would they do that? That's because they get paid. So we put cash directly into the bank account or one of the bank accounts they've connected to our platform in exchange for their immutably valuable attention to that content. CHAD: So correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel like open banking has had a significant impact not only on the data sharing that you're describing but just on the banking ecosystem in general in the United Kingdom and now Europe. GUILLAUME: So I think if you were to speak to the purveyors of open banking, it hasn't had as big an impact as they felt it would have had. I think we reached earlier this year only to fact-check this, but about 6 million people in the UK now utilize open banking in one form or another. But I think what was very interesting is that the ecosystem that sprung up around it was mostly around changing the user experience for the end consumer to have a better handle on their financial health, which is a really important topic. And the reason that is is that before, it wasn't really in the bank's interests to tell you if you're about to hit your overdraft or go over your overdraft because they'd charge you an extra 20 pounds for an unplanned loan, and then you'd have to pay it. Your balances (This is going back a little. I'm showing my age. ) was always two or three days out of date, which was weird. So open banking; the first thing that sprung up around it is we'll connect your bank accounts. We'll give you this holistic view of your mortgages, your credit, your debit, your net worth really across various assets. And we've moved progressively towards more of open finance rather than just open banking. You can connect via APIs a lot of your financial identity to these open banking providers. But having said that, no one has looked at it in the way that we have, which is actually this is an advertising play, and it could be potentially a real change maker in the way that consumers benefit from this $400 billion industry which is advertising rather than all the fintech stuff that's been happening around open banking. But yes, so it's not to be sniffed at, you know, several million people are using open banking. But most people, I don't even think, realize they're using open banking. They open the Revolut app, and it says, "Do you want to see your Monzo balance inside our app?" You say, "Well, yeah, okay, that means I don't have to open Monzo." And lo and behold, you share that data. CHAD: Right. Yeah, that's a really good perspective. I think from my perspective; I was thinking it's sort of made it...there's a separation between the banking backends and the user experience, and I think that in part has given rise to these challenger banks and made it more possible for them to do that. GUILLAUME: Yeah, that's a very fair point. I think, certainly, if nothing else, it certainly forced the incumbent players, those that have been around for a few hundred years, to really buckle up their ideas and think about how to react to this new threat. At first, they thought, geez, open banking is going to cause us all sorts of problems, but I think as it's gone full circle. You find that, actually, most people are looking for that user experience, and the banks have been forced to provide it within their existing ecosystem. So now, most banking apps provide really super UI or UX, meaning that you don't have to go use third-party tools to get such a lens. And in fact, the most interesting one I've seen of late, which I think is definitely worth a mention, is a company called Cogo; and Cogo used open banking to carbon score your spending and let you offset it. So if you spent four pounds at McDonald's, it would guess that that's X kilos of carbon and give you several options to offset it. And actually, in the end, NatWest formed a partnership with them. This is a classic use case where actually, now the carbons offseter is available within that NatWest app, and you don't really have any idea it's Cogo. That's what you're seeing is ironically, those who have had success in innovative, exciting use cases have been pulled back into the ecosystem being offered because they still want the scale overnight. They had access to 8 million NatWest customers or whatever the number is. So, yes, I think; certainly, all banking apps have had to, even the banks themselves, have had to reorganize and rethink how they deliver technology to retail consumers who probably had had very little churn in the past because the options were very limited. CHAD: That's great. So tell me about the genesis for this idea and realizing that you could use open banking to view people's financial information and to develop a profile that could be used to opt into advertising. Where's the genesis of that idea for you? GUILLAUME: Sure. So actually, several threads came together very neatly in quite a tight timescale, the first of which is I spent a lot of money, relatively speaking, on a company called Patch Plants. And Patch Plants deliver plants to your house, [laughter] and they have quite a nice way to go about it. All the plants have got human names, and they come with little booklets about how to look after them. And I felt very positive about the relationship I felt I had with Patch Plants until for the three, maybe four months following that purchase, there wasn't a website, or a social feed that I was on that didn't have Patch Plants all over it. And I really took note of my sentiment towards them [laughs] where I thought, go away, Patch Plants. I'm a customer. Why don't you know better? With the amount of data that we provide to the web, you just assume...and maybe this is where it all starts to click into place that actually, it's not that smart. CHAD: The interesting thing is I think it is possible for companies to on target you once they decide to do it, but it seems like nobody does that. [laughs] And it's like, I've just bought a stove. Why am I seeing stoves all over the place? [laughs] I'm not going to buy another one. GUILLAUME: Yeah, again, I think it comes from the underlying infrastructure, which is basically this concept of cookies, which we accept on every single website before we can do anything with it. And you've probably got a number of unchecked-out stoves across the web. And it's not locking on to the fact you've got one checked-out stove. But of course, we're connected to the bank account. And so when we see that transaction, we see the counterparties. We know for a fact that that person has made that transaction with that vendor, and therefore, you probably need to change the message. And that goes from daily purchases right through to the massive, heavy items we can see when people started a car leasing agreement. Well, if you want to get them to think about considering your brand of vehicle in two or three years or three or four years, there's probably a journey that you should take that person on. But then again, once they've made the purchase, don't keep hassling them. So that's the first thing. If you saw my bank account...so I worked with open banking innovation [laughs]. I guess that's pretty important. CHAD: [laughs] GUILLAUME: So I was acutely aware of how the data could be shared and analyzed, so that's the first point. And then, pretty much at the same time, Netflix brought out this documentary, The Social Dilemma, really putting across that these social media applications were basically designed, maybe it's not a surprise, but pretty much as gambling apps. They're exceptionally addictive. And the reason they're addictive is because the longer you spend on them, the more advertising they can slide into; now, I think one in every four posts. And now that we've moved on to short-form video content, there's infinite scroll. We're all on these apps for hours a day. But the only way they generate revenues is through advertising, and the only way they get advertising is by you spending more time. And it sort of didn't sit too well with me, especially after we had the Euro Championship in football or soccer here. And there was a ton of racist abuse that went out to players across social media. Lots of brands and advertisers started pulling away from it for a very short period of time to express their protest. But I realized then that, actually, there is no alternative. If you want to attract attention, you have to fund social media or Google, and that's kind of it. Those are your options as a brand or an advertiser. And the former being social media is really not a very healthy place to spend time. Sure, some good comes out of it. But I would argue that the bad that comes out of it far outweighs any of the good that's come from social media, certainly in the last five years or so, I believe. It's at the center of some major divisions in our communities. But it's all funded through advertising revenue. So that was the second point is that there really is no alternative. And why should Mark Zuckerberg be the beneficiary of my attention, my data, my value whilst putting absolutely no effort in changing or being an arbiter of the content? They're keeping their hands up saying, hey, we're not a publisher. If that content is there, it's there. And it becomes a very complicated argument very quickly around free speech and all of this sort of stuff. But ultimately, there's a ton of really nasty stuff. And then we had a family friend, specifically, who really put herself in a lot of danger, a young girl. And that was a very real impact on human life close to us that was all driven from what she was able to access with alarming ease via Instagram. So those sorts of threads all came together. And then the more sort of...it's one of those things, right? Once you see a yellow car, you're looking out for a yellow car. You keep seeing them. But I don't think I was proactively looking out for it too much. But it seemed that every day almost, there was a new-new story in the front pages of the papers where Facebook was in some sort of trouble, and that obviously materialized last year with the Facebook leaks. And everything we've been just discussing now they've known about. They know about it. They're choosing not to make a difference. So we had a really powerful motivation to try and bring about a different mechanism for this $400 billion industry to operate. And rather than exploit our data, exploit our mental well-being, exploit our communities and everything else in order to drive advertising revenue, maybe the advertiser could have a more direct relationship, a fair and more transparent relationship with the consumer with whom they want a dialogue. And I think it's been the biggest learning curve for us is that brands and advertisers feel weird about paying consumers to pay attention. But we're saying we think it is weirder that you pay Google and Facebook to track these people all over the web and interrupt them everywhere they don't want to be spoken to. Why not just pay them to have a fair, transparent dialogue? I know you have money. I know you spend it with my competitors who are in my market. I want your attention, and this is what I have to tell you. There we go. So that was the sort of the kernel, the genesis. CHAD: I can totally see why advertisers are...scared is not the right word. Just, you know, it's just they've never had a relationship where they're paying the consumer directly for any kind of advertising that they do [chuckles] whether it be TV historically. There's always an intermediary. And the idea of paying people directly is not only different, but in some ways, I can imagine people view it as crude. Like, it's one thing if it's going through an intermediary and you're paying them, and advertising is being run, but it's another to just pay someone to pay attention to you. GUILLAUME: Yeah, but I think this is the point about the open banking. I completely agree with you; if you're paying somebody based on their cookies or any of the other data, the first-party data or third-party data, that's abstracted several layers from that pair of eyeballs that you know has a tendency to buy X on Y time horizon. That's never been possible before. And so through your television, it's scale. You're paying the broadcaster because they've got 3 million people watching Coronation Street on, I don't know, whatever. But it's always based on these tiny, tiny fractions of engagement, and that's always been the way it is. So you need the intermediary for scale. But I think what I'm hoping, what I've literally bet my house on [laughter], that's one thing that's going to change. I sold my house since we started to do this. All those marketplaces are completely saturated, and they are not getting less busy; they're getting more busy. And so okay, TikToks appeared, but the medium through which video content is provided to the consumer, you're lucky to get a quarter of a second or half a second with that person. And so you're right, but what is now the alternative to actually getting a minute, a minute and a half, two minutes with somebody where they're not skipping; they're not going past? You know they're a real person. You know they're human. All of our consumers have to have a bank account. They have to have transactions, and they have to have an income in order to be valuable and receive any adverts into their feed. So it's just never been possible before. The scale play, the intermediary, was always sort of, I think, accepted, and it still is today. There's going to be a bunch of fraud. I think there's like 15 cents in every dollar spent online digitally for advertising is lost. I think it's a $100 billion problem by next year. So I guess the point I'm making is the intermediaries historically and to today have existed because you need to reach millions of eyeballs in order to get a very low interaction rate. With our model, we're able to target thousands of people and achieve a 19.6% average click-through rate even after a minute and a half worth of content because they're engaged and you're not interrupting them. So we think it's a relatively elegant model for what is a saturated, noisy world where eventually also the very mechanism by which they do track and target you is going to be replaced at some stage by Google and Chrome. Mid-Roll Ad: When starting a new project, we understand that you want to make the right choices in technology, features, and investment but that you don't have all year to do extended research. In just a few weeks, thoughtbot's Discovery Sprints deliver a user-centered product journey, a clickable prototype or Proof of Concept, and key market insights from focused user research. We'll help you to identify the primary user flow, decide which framework should be used to bring it to life, and set a firm estimate on future development efforts. Maximize impact and minimize risk with a validated roadmap for your new product. Get started at: tbot.io/sprint. CHAD: You have this idea. It's really challenging the status quo. You're working in open banking innovation at the time. What did you start to do then, to try to bring your idea to life? GUILLAUME: So the first thing was actually my background is in sales and business development but within the fintech and open banking space. So I've worked with a lot of very smart people. And the first thing I really needed to do was quickly validate whether or not this is something. So a guy that we brought on...he's not so much a co-founder, but the other director of the business is a guy called Matt McBride, who's this global head of UX at a company I used to work for. And that was really the first thing is to try and rapidly prototype what the experience would look like and ultimately go out to our target audience, which was Gen Z here in the UK, and ask them whether or not this is the sort of thing they'd engage with. And the responses were actually really very positive. "Hang on; you're going to pay me to watch ads that are relevant to me? No-brainer, please do." And then, we were able to raise 100 grand, 150 grand, which enabled us to take that prototype and build it into something that, after a few obstacles with Apple in the App Store, we were able to get live. So that was really the first thing, I guess is, figuring out the way and the people that I needed to help me out to take this idea into something tangible and then tested it before I went much further with it. I was very fortunate, or I am very fortunate, that my partner is a corporate lawyer; my wife, sorry, now; we've been married since we started. [laughs] And so, actually, the mechanism through which we were able to raise the really earliest funds meant that we didn't have to give very much of the business away at such an early stage, which I think was a key learning point that I certainly share with other founders is you don't have to go give away 25% of your business for a little bit of money just to get it off PowerPoint. There are other ways. CHAD: So I think I remember what I told you when we met and talked. Do you remember what it was? GUILLAUME: You shared lots of very valuable insights with me. CHAD: My memory is that at the time, it was only advertisements in the app. And I think I said, "I get that people are going to want to be paid to look at these things." GUILLAUME: Oh yes, right. CHAD: "But if there's nothing else here, it's going to be really hard to bring people back to do that." And we had seen that in another client of ours that was paying people to browse. And what they'd do is they do it for a while, and they'd hit whatever monthly cap of return that they could get, an amount that they thought made sense. And then, they would switch back to their other browser because it was a better browsing experience. So they were only using it because they were getting paid. And as soon as that incentive went away, they would stop using it. GUILLAUME: Yeah, so I remember that. And you were right. And I guess there are a few things that came about from that, so the first thing is that Apple agreed. So we couldn't get the app onto the App Store if it was just a feed of adverts that remunerated the user to watch them, incentivized the user. So we put quite a lot of additional features, I guess more traditional fintech features, open banking features within the application in order to give the user insights into their spending, week-on-week analysis, and categorization of spend. And we also built this what we call the level up section where every week, you get refreshed pieces of content around, you know, very Gen Z-focused again, but what's the difference between a credit card and a loan? Is buy now, pay later a good idea? What's open banking? So we generate all this content, which they don't get paid to consume but is there, and they do. But more importantly, I think what we realized is that actually what we've got...this is the difference, I guess, between the Attention Exchange and Zedosh being the app; it's the plumbing and the matching that is the real value here. It is the models we're building that understand people's behavior and propensity or intent to buy something based on the data they're sharing with us. And so, actually, what we've built is a solution where you should be able to log in to any publisher that has the additional content, and experience, and value that you're speaking about there, places you ordinarily already browse and frequent. But if you want to, there's a separate tab where there are ads waiting for you that remunerate you, but you go into that tab. So we're trying to remove the interruption, you know, the pop-up even having to accept cookies from your user experience with the publisher moving into a separate, dedicated tab. And the reason the consumer is still going to go click on that tab is because they know that there's some content that's relevant and pays them, but they're still able to enjoy all the other benefits that the publisher provides. So it's kind of weirdly trying to flip this premium subscription model where you pay not to have ads. Actually, you're the first recipient of the ad income, and you share that with the publisher. CHAD: I think this is really cool, and yet I think it also rubs up against or hits up against something that is just so different than the status quo. The idea that companies would not interrupt you with advertising is probably so foreign [laughs] to people that I imagine you get reluctance to that. GUILLAUME: The last two years have been a steeper learning curve for us and all the advertisers and agencies, and players we've been speaking to. But what I'm grateful for is the fact that what we term the ad-pocalypse is coming. And so I was just at an event called MAD//Fest last week, which is basically all the advertising industry got together in London, the UK advertising industry. And every single panel discussion talk was about the post-cookie era. And all that most people are speaking about is how do we gather more data in other ways from the consumer in order to keep doing more of the same? And all of a sudden, when we're talking about the fact that our users give us their banking transactions, we see how much they earn and where they spend it and, therefore, can also attribute without the use of cookies, which is the holy grail of advertising. We started generating an awful lot of interest from really big players. So I think you're right; the status quo is having the rug pulled from underneath them, right? Look at Meta's share price this year. I haven't checked it this week, but last time I checked, it was down 52%. And that's because iOS app tracking transparency is stopping the ability to track and monitor and, increasingly, ultimately, the ability for the user to remain more private. And they all are doing it. Why would they want to be less private in order to benefit Meta? In our platform, they're opting into their most intimate data being shared because they stand to be rewarded fairly for it. So I completely agree; up to this point, "What? No way." This is how it works. And certainly, the thing that will probably remain true is to do more with less isn't of interest because agencies get paid a percentage of the budget. They don't want to do [laughs] the same with less budget. But my point remains that with iOS app tracking transparency...apparently, Android is going the same way, and Chrome is replacing third-party cookies. The status quo simply cannot continue. Something has to change. And so I think with this identity solution often is what we're building. The consumer stands a chance of being the first in line to receive a reward for their attention. And I'm very pleased actually we've got some competition as well since we last spoke, which is new. But this concept of rewarding consumers for attention, I think, will just...how else are you going to get their time? They're not listening to you on TikTok. [laughs] CHAD: I'm happy to hear that you're viewing competition as a positive thing. And I agree competition raises awareness that this is a thing and a potential, and most people will shop around or research it further. And that's a chance for them to discover you. GUILLAUME: I hope so. This company has done a big advertising campaign all over. It's on TV, radio, and the underground in London. And the amount of people who've reached out to me... "Is this company doing what you're doing?" And ultimately, they're paying users in a way for their attention to advertising. But they don't use open banking, and they don't have the data that we have. CHAD: That's an important distinction. One of the things that I've seen our clients worry about...and I saw it happen to one. Even though lots of people worry about it, I've only ever seen it happen one time, but it's still a risk, and that is when competitors come along. And unbeknownst to you, they dramatically over raise and therefore are just able to flood the market, saturate the attention, and build way bigger and faster at a loss than you are willing to do. GUILLAUME: Yeah, or able to do. [laughs] CHAD: Or able to do, right? Because they've raised 500 million [chuckles] or something like that. That's what happened with our client, who was in the group buying space at the same time as Groupon and LivingSocial. And so that's the only time I've ever seen it happen, but it's something that people are worried about. How are you...is that something on your mind? GUILLAUME: It's interesting. So they've raised 15 million Series A, and they've been around since 2012. So they've been around a long time. And it almost feels like they... [laughs] I'm not saying they did, but it almost feels like they landed on my LinkedIn. And we're very anti-social media. The message is really strong on anti-social media. But ultimately, they built an app. And so I think we've already matured past the point that in terms of our scaling and our ability to integrate with any platform, our strategy already goes beyond competing on a direct basis of an app that serves ads. In fact, if anything, at some stage, I'm hoping that they could plug into our engine and our pipes and add an extra layer of data and personalization to the adverts that they serve. So ultimately, when they came, and it was during the Champions League final that they had their first big launch because one of the backers is a football player, my phone just went berserk. Because it was like, wait, what? And at first, I was a bit worried but ultimately, no. I only really, really see it as a positive at this stage. But obviously, yes, they can advertise. They can speak to brands. They've got much more market presence. Everywhere you go on the underground, there are those posters. But we have a very clear, distinct proposition that is quite different. As I said, really, this pulling apart what Zedosh is and what the Attention Exchange is; the Attention Exchange is really potentially the plumbing, the rails for this post-cookie advertising model. CHAD: So that being said, you are doing some fundraising now. That's right? GUILLAUME: Yes. In fact, I don't think I've stopped fundraising [laughter] since this started. And certainly, that wasn't something I was anticipating despite the fact that...I mentioned I'm married to a corporate lawyer. She told me, "Your role as a CEO, as a founder, you're just going to be fundraising." I thought, yeah, well, I'll get some money in, and then we can focus on doing the stuff. But every time money comes in, most often you sort of have already spent it. It's allocated; it's gone. You need to look for the next lot. But yes, we are fundraising. Currently, we're still focused majoritively on angels. We're looking to prove our scalability model with this existing raise, at which point I think we'll be ready and looking for institutional funds. But we use something called EIS funding which is UK-specific but is so, so rewarding for UK taxpayers. Basically, they get 30% back off the tax amount of their tax return, which is a great incentive, and all the gains from the equity is free of capital gains tax as well. So it almost becomes a no-brainer for people who have money that they're looking to invest in early-stage risky businesses. They're already really risking. The capital risk is under 50% of what they put in because there's also an insurance element; if the company goes bust that you've invested, there's something called loss relief. CHAD: So it's really attractive to angel-level investors. GUILLAUME: Correct. So you have to be a UK taxpayer as an individual to benefit from this specific relief. Of course, I mean, we have had some non-UK people still invest through the same sort of advanced subscription agreement. But yes, it's very attractive for UK taxpayers. CHAD: And do you think...[laughs] you've already answered this question. But I guess when do you think you'll stop fundraising? GUILLAUME: We're looking to change the way the internet works. [laughter] CHAD: Right. GUILLAUME: And so if we're mildly successful even redistributing the 100 billion of ad fraud which is currently being lost out there, we're entering a very cash-rich market looking for solutions at this moment in time. So if we're to raise some cash that enables us to put in place the plumbing and the pipes that we're looking to connect to, then actually, we should be relatively profitable relatively quickly, at which point, I guess we'd no longer need to fundraise. But at which point we'd probably say, "Well, actually, the U.S. is now ready for this. Let's go." CHAD: [laughs] GUILLAUME: I don't think we're particularly a cash-thirsty business. It's all built on AWS. CHAD: And you're right. That's why I asked the question because if your model is working, if you're having the impact you want, there's a lot of money in advertising. And so you should get to the point where you're able to do that profitably. GUILLAUME: Absolutely. CHAD: And start being as big as Google, right? [laughs] GUILLAUME: Yeah. I read a book called Life After Google. I don't know if I shared that with you the last time we met. But it's weird. It was written five or six years ago, but it's coming true. I think this whole premise of Web3, and this decentralization of data, and the ownership of data, the profiting of data at the individual level, is coming to the fore. And I can think of no better way to bridge your value and identity online than having it connected to your real-world assets, income, and spending behavior. CHAD: I was wondering whether you are going to mention Web3. [laughs] GUILLAUME: Huh. CHAD: Because this decentralization of the advertising money directly to users is a very Web3 idea. GUILLAUME: I agree. CHAD: [laughs] So how much do you talk about Web3 in your pitch or when you're talking about it? It hasn't come up until now in this conversation, so maybe not so much. GUILLAUME: It's a double-edged sword, I feel, because I think most people think Web3. They think crypto. CHAD: Yes. GUILLAUME: And we're paying cash in fiat, and although there's every possibility we could have a token-based solution, we're not looking at that because the core immutable value of your attention is linked in your spending behavior on earth and online, but through real transactions with real merchants. 99.999% of transactions, I imagine, aren't crypto yet and don't live on a blockchain, so until that point, I think we steer clear of it. Whether we could have raised more money more quickly if we [laughs] had mentioned it more, I don't know. But for me, there are quite a few steps to go in our journey as I see it having matured from the app to the plumbing, the plumbing now going to more publishers, more publishers meaning more audience, more audience meaning more attention, more advertising. At which point, as I said, the U.S. will probably be there with open banking. There are a lot of things in Web 2.0 that could be resolved. And yeah, if we make it that far, I think we'll be in an awesome position to have an identity solution for Web3 or Web5. [laughs] CHAD: Well, I wish you all the best in that journey. And I really appreciate you stopping by and sharing with us. GUILLAUME: My pleasure. It's been real great and nice to hear from you again. And I hope our paths cross in the real world soon enough. CHAD: Yeah. If folks want to get in touch or learn more or get in touch with you, where are all the different places that they can do that? GUILLAUME: We have two websites, so zedosh.com is the consumer app, attentionexchange.co.uk is our other website. Otherwise, feel free to reach out to me on LinkedIn. And on Twitter, I'm @G_Zedosh. I'm not massive on Twitter. There are a lot of bots on that. CHAD: [laughs] I guess I'm not that surprised. So you can subscribe to the show, find links to everything that was just mentioned along with notes and a complete transcript for this episode at giantrobots.fm. If you have questions or comments, email us at hosts@giantrobots.fm. And you can find me on Twitter at @cpytel. I'm also not very active these days. This podcast is brought to you by thoughtbot and produced and edited by Mandy Moore. Thanks so much for listening, and see you next time. ANNOUNCER: This podcast was brought to you by thoughtbot. thoughtbot is your expert design and development partner. Let's make your product and team a success. Special Guest: Guillaume Kendall.

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo
A fé que nos torna merecedores diante de Deus - Meditação Matinal 28/09/22

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 11:13


"Mas o justo viverá pela fé; e, se alguém se retirar, a Minha Alma não tem prazer nele. Nós, porém, não somos daqueles que se retiram para a perdição, mas daqueles que creem para a conservação da alma." Hebreus 10:38-39 "Eis que a sua alma está orgulhosa, não é reta nele; mas o justo pela sua fé viverá." Habacuque 2:4

O Poder da Oração
11° - Setembro Mês da Biblia - Tb 11, 1-21 - Cura de Tobit - 25-09-22

O Poder da Oração

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 10:07


Tobias, 11 1 - De regresso, chegaram no décimo primeiro dia de viagem a Caserim, que está a meio caminho na direção de Nínive. 2 - O anjo disse então: Tobias, meu irmão, tu sabes em que estado deixaste o teu pai. 3 - Se for do teu agrado, poderíamos tomar a dianteira, deixando a tua mulher, os servos e os rebanhos seguirem devagar pelo caminho. 4 - Tendo Tobias concordado com esse parecer, Rafael disse-lhe: Leva contigo o fel do peixe, porque vais precisar dele. Tomou, pois, Tobias o fel e partiram. 5 - Entretanto, Ana ia todos os dias assentar-se perto do caminho, no cimo de uma colina, de onde podia ver ao longe. 6 - Ela espreitava ali a volta de seu filho, quando o viu de longe que voltava e o reconheceu. Correu ao seu marido e disse-lhe: Eis que aí vem o teu filho! 7 - Ora, Rafael tinha dito a Tobias: Logo que entrares em tua casa, adorarás o Senhor teu Deus e dar-lhe-ás graças. Irás em seguida beijar teu pai, 8 - e pôr-lhe-ás imediatamente nos olhos o fel do peixe que tens contigo. Sabe que seus olhos se abrirão instantaneamente e que teu pai verá a luz do céu. E, vendo-te, ficará cheio de alegria. 9 - O cão, que os tinha acompanhado durante a viagem, correu então adiante como um mensageiro, e mostrava o seu contentamento fazendo festas e abanando a cauda. 10 - O pai cego levantou-se e pôs-se a correr, tropeçando. Dando então a mão a um criado, foi ao encontro de seu filho. 11 - Abraçou-o e beijou-o, fazendo o mesmo sua mulher, e ambos começaram a chorar de alegria. 12 - Só se assentaram depois de terem adorado e agradecido a Deus. 13 - Tobias tomou então o fel do peixe e pô-lo nos olhos de seu pai. 14 - Depois de ter esperado cerca de meia hora, começou a sair-lhe dos olhos uma belida branca como a membrana de um ovo. 15 - Tobias tomou-a e a arrancou dos olhos de seu pai, o qual recobrou instantaneamente a vista. 16 - E louvaram a Deus, ele, sua mulher e todos os que o conheciam. 17 - Bendigo-vos, Senhor Deus de Israel, dizia ele, porque depois de me terdes provado, me salvastes: eis que vejo o meu filho Tobias! 18 - Sete dias depois, chegou também Sara, mulher de seu filho, com todos os seus servos, em boa saúde, com os rebanhos, os camelos, o grande dote da esposa, e mais o dinheiro recebido de Gabael. 19 - Tobias contou a seus pais todos os benefícios que Deus lhe tinha feito por intermédio de seu guia. 20 - Chegaram também Aquior e Nabat, primos de Tobit, felizes de poderem congratular-se com ele pelos benefícios que Deus lhe tinha prodigalizado. 21 - Durante sete dias houve festa e grande regozijo. Palavra do Senhor Graças a Deus

Canaltech Podcast
Direito ao esquecimento: isso realmente existe?

Canaltech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 22:09


No programa de hoje, vamos falar de um assunto que já foi bastante difundido há alguns anos: o direito ao esquecimento. É a ideia de se poder apagar uma foto, vídeo, ou até esconder uma informação que você não queria que as pessoas encontrem. Ou seja, garantir o direito de que algo que pertence a você possa ser apagado da internet. Agora, o Google pode desenvolver novas ferramentas para ajudar nesta seara. A novidade facilitaria com que qualquer pessoa pedisse a desindexação de algo da rede social. No segundo bloco, vamos falar de recurso do iPhone 14. Na apresentação da Apple no último dia 7, a companhia mostrou algumas novidades sobre segurança. Basicamente, o aparelho teria capacidade de detectar se você se envolveu em um acidente e chamaria a socorro para isso. Eis que um youtuber chamado TechRex testou o acidente. Sim, ele pegou um carro, sem nenhum motorista, claro, fez um teste de colisão. A gente conta aqui se o sistema realmente funcionou. Por fim, nosso terceiro assunto de hoje é Starlink. A Ookla, empresa que monitora testes de velocidade em todo mundo, divulgou um novo relatório sobre as velocidades das redes Starlink. O Brasil aparece como o país com rede mais veloz entre os sul americanos. Na parte de cima do nosso continente, não são os Estados Unidos os primeiros da lista. Este é o Podcast Canaltech, publicado de terça a sábado, às 7h da manhã no nosso site e nos agregadores de podcast. Conheça o Porta 101. Entre nas redes sociais do Canaltech buscando por @Canaltech em todas elas. Entre em contato pelo nosso e-mail. Entre no Canaltech Ofertas. Este episódio foi roteirizado, apresentado e editado por Wagner Wakka, com a coordenação de Patrícia Gnipper. O programa também contou com reportagens de Victor Carvalho, Igor Pontes, Gustavo de Lima Inácio, Vinícius Moschen, Alveni Lisboa e Fidel Forato. A revisão de áudio é de Gabriel Rimi e Mari Capetinga, com a trilha sonora de Guilherme Zomer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dirt Drive
#17.5 SAVE MOAB

The Dirt Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:47


The MOAB trail network is in danger. The guys break down what's happening and how we can make an impact on how to preserve one of the most famous trail networks in the world.For more information on potential closures check out the Red Rock four wheelers article here To have your voice heard please visit the BLM's website LINKED HERE and click the "participate now" button next to it. When it asks for comments write in whichever alternative you feel best represents your opinions on how the situation should be handled. We as DirtNerds offroad support "Alternative A - no change" or "Alternative D - pro-motorized". You must leave a comment to support your choice. Examples on how to comment are listed below.Examples are copied directly from the Tread Lightly article LINKED HERESubstantive comments do one or more of the following:• question, with reasonable basis, the accuracy of information in the EIS (Environmental Impact Statement) or EA (Environmental Assessment);• question, with reasonable basis, the adequacy of, methodology for, or assumptions used for the environmental analysis;• present new information relevant to the analysis;• present reasonable alternatives other than those analyzed in the EIS or EA;• cause changes or revisions in one or more of the alternatives.then add you name Do this as often as you can and have anyone you know who likes 4wheeling in Moab to do the same.SAVE MOAB merch is available in our online store. All proceeds will be donated to Tread Lightly to help support the cause.check us out on all social media @TheDirtDriveFacebookInstagramTwitterSnapchatYoutubeTo Order Dirtnerds offroad and The Dirt Drive Merch Click Here

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo
A família humana foi construída pela Família de Deus - Meditação Matinal 20/09/22

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 14:41


"PORQUE eis que aquele dia vem ardendo como fornalha; todos os soberbos, e todos os que cometem impiedade, serão como a palha; e o dia que está para vir os abrasará, diz o SENHOR dos Exércitos, de sorte que lhes não deixará nem raiz nem ramo. Mas para vós, os que TEMEIS o Meu Nome, nascerá o sol da justiça, e cura trará nas suas asas; e saireis e saltareis como bezerros da estrebaria." Malaquias 4:1-2 "Eis que Eu vos enviarei o profeta Elias, antes que venha o Grande e Terrível Dia do SENHOR; E Ele converterá o coração dos pais aos filhos, e o coração dos filhos a seus pais; para que Eu não venha, e fira a Terra com maldição." Malaquias 4:5-6

O Poder da Oração
5° dia da Novena de São Padre Pio - Pai, perdoa-nos os nossos pecados

O Poder da Oração

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 12:41


QUINTO DIA Pai, perdoa-nos os nossos pecados Todo o grande santo sabe que, sem Deus, é impossível fazer o bem. Por isso, é importante reconhecer que somos limitados. Dependemos de Deus, e longe d´Ele não podemos ser felizes. Peçamos a Deus perdão por nos esquecermos que Ele é a fonte da felicidade. (Cântico) Em nome do Pai e do Filho e do Espírito Santo. Amen. SALMO (51, 3-19) Tem piedade de mim, ó Deus pelo Teu amor! Pela tua grande compaixão, apaga a minha culpa! Lava-me da minha injustiça e purifica-me do meu pecado! Porque eu reconheço a minha culpa, e o meu pecado está sempre na minha frente; pequei contra Ti, somente contra Ti, praticando o que é mau aos teus olhos. Tu és justo, portanto, ao falar, e, no julgamento serás o inocente. Eis que nasci na culpa, e minha mãe já me concebeu pecador. Tu amas o coração sincero, e, no íntimo, ensinas-me a sabedoria. Purifica-me com o hissopo, e ficarei puro. Lava-me, e ficarei puro. Lava-me, e ficarei mais branco do que a neve. Faz-me ouvir o júbilo e a alegria, e que se alegrem os ossos que esmagaste. Esconde dos meus pecados a Tua face, e apaga toda a minha culpa. Ó Deus cria em mim um coração puro, e renova no meu peito um espírito firme. Não me rejeites para longe da Tua face, não retires de mim o Teu sano espírito. Devolve-me o júbilo da Tua salvação, e que um espírito generoso me sustente. Vou ensinar os Teus caminhos aos culpados, e os pecadores voltarão para Ti. Livra-me do sangue, ó Deus, ó Deus, meu salvador! E a minha língua cantará a Tua justiça. Senhor, abre os meus lábios, e a minha boca anunciará o Teu louvor. Pois tu não queres sacrifício, e nenhum holocausto te agrada. O meu sacrifício é um espírito contrito. Um coração contrito e esmagado Tu não o desprezas. Glória ao Pai e ao Filho e ao Espírito Santo. Como era no princípio, agora e sempre. Amen. ORAÇÃO DE LOUVOR Bendito sejais, Senhor nosso Deus, pelo perdão que recebemos. Bendito sejais, Senhor nosso Deus, porque podemos perdoar aqueles que nos ofendem. Bendito sejais, Senhor, pelo Padre Pio de Pietrelcina, que ajudou muita gente a reconciliar-se Convosco e com os irmãos. Ajudai-nos a ser sinais de reconciliação. Amen. LEITURA BÍBLICA (Lc 11, 1-4) Um dia, Jesus estava a rezar em certo lugar. Quando terminou, um dos discípulos pediu: «Senhor, ensina-nos a rezar como também João ensinou os seus discípulos» Jesus respondeu: «Quando rezardes, dizei: Pai, santificado seja o Teu nome. Venha o Teu Reino. Dá-nos em cada dia o pão de amanhã, e perdoa-nos os nossos pecados, pois também nós perdoamos a todos aqueles que nos ofendem; e não nos deixeis cais em tentação.»

Os 12 Trabalhos do Escritor - Escrita Criativa
Agenciamento literário, com Suh Roman | Eis a Questão 27

Os 12 Trabalhos do Escritor - Escrita Criativa

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 38:07


No episódio vinte e cinco do podcast  "Eis a questão", Anna Martino, Sol Coelho e AJ Oliveira conversam com a Suh Roman sobre agenciamento literário para minorias marginalizadas. - Compre o seu "Nada é tão romântico quanto o fim do mundo" clicando >>>AQUI>AQUI>AQUI>AQUI>AQUI

Eishockey – meinsportpodcast.de
#216 NHL Vorschau auf 2022/23 – Colorado Avalanche

Eishockey – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 16:06


2022-20-09 Trotz einiger Abgänge, stellt die Avalanche auch 2022/23 wieder ein sehr gutes Team aufs Eis. Kann Colorado nach Pittsburgh und Tampa die dritte Mannschaft werden, die in der Salary Cap Ära ihren Titel verteidigt? ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Sportpassion
#216 NHL Vorschau auf 2022/23 – Colorado Avalanche

Sportpassion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 16:06


2022-20-09 Trotz einiger Abgänge, stellt die Avalanche auch 2022/23 wieder ein sehr gutes Team aufs Eis. Kann Colorado nach Pittsburgh und Tampa die dritte Mannschaft werden, die in der Salary Cap Ära ihren Titel verteidigt? ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee  Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo
Por que Deus não resolve os meus problemas? - Palavra Amiga 19/09/22

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 29:55


“Eis que a mão do SENHOR não está encolhida, para que não possa salvar; nem agravado o seu ouvido, para não poder ouvir.” Isaías 59:1

Der Achte Tag - Deutschland neu denken
Eine Reise in die Antarktis (Express)

Der Achte Tag - Deutschland neu denken

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 8:58


Wie fühlen sich Minus 60 Grad Celsius an? Was strukturiert einen Alltag auf dem Forschungsschiff Polarstern während einer Antarktis-Expedition? Wie viel Raum für Privatsphäre bleibt auf einer solchen Forschungsreise? Was verraten Eis und Schnee aus der Arktis und Antarktis über die Veränderungen unseres globalen Klimas und wie sieht eine Welt aus, in der das vermeintlich ewige Eis der Polkappen abgeschmolzen ist?  Alev Doğan spricht im Achten Tag mit der Meereis-Physikerin Stefanie Arndt über die konkrete Forschung zu den Auswirkungen der Klimaerwärmung, über die Unterschiede zwischen Süd-und Nordpol und die Neumayer-Überwinterungsstation in der Antarktis.  Die Stilfrage richtet sich an Politiker wie Winfried Kretschmann, die in unsere Badezimmer eindringen. Alev Approved blickt auf die teuerste TV-Produktion aller Zeiten und die Zukunft gehört nicht erst, aber vor allem seit dem britischen Thronwechsel den Republiken. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast
Eine Reise in die Antarktis

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 8:58


Wie fühlen sich Minus 60 Grad Celsius an? Was strukturiert einen Alltag auf dem Forschungsschiff Polarstern während einer Antarktis-Expedition? Wie viel Raum für Privatsphäre bleibt auf einer solchen Forschungsreise? Was verraten Eis und Schnee aus der Arktis und Antarktis über die Veränderungen unseres globalen Klimas und wie sieht eine Welt aus, in der das vermeintlich ewige Eis der Polkappen abgeschmolzen ist? Alev Doğan spricht im Achten Tag mit der Meereis-Physikerin Stefanie Arndt über die konkrete Forschung zu den Auswirkungen der Klimaerwärmung, über die Unterschiede zwischen Süd-und Nordpol und die Neumayer-Überwinterungsstation in der Antarktis. Die Stilfrage richtet sich an Politiker wie Winfried Kretschmann, die in unsere Badezimmer eindringen. Alev Approved blickt auf die teuerste TV-Produktion aller Zeiten und die Zukunft gehört nicht erst, aber vor allem seit dem britischen Thronwechsel den Republiken.

Gamer Como A Gente > > > Podcasts
GCG Podcast #144 - Emulação e ROM Hacking

Gamer Como A Gente > > > Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 130:59


Olá Amigos e Amigas Gamers! Sejam bem-vindos a mais um podcast do Gamer Como a Gente! Neste episódio vamos abordar um pouco sobre emulação e ROM Hacking e como ambos podem contribuir para o acesso a muitos jogos que não estão mais no circuito ou que até mesmo financeiramente proibitivos. Ficaram curiosos e querem participar das discussões e quem sabe aprender alguma coisa? Eis o link do forum: http://www.romhacking.net.br/ Apertem o play e vamos lá! Já conhecem a nossa forja de armaduras? Mande o seu email ou uma DM no instagram que a gente disponibiliza uma camiseta bem maneira para vocês! Dúvidas, sugestões, xingamentos, desafios ao mestre platinador é só chamar a gente no email: gamercomoagente@gmail.com Podem também deixar seus comentários nas postagens e não se esqueçam de acessar o nosso Facebook, Instagram, Twitter e TikTok. Arte da vitrine: Rodrigo Estevão Edição: Rodrigo Estevão

Lebenswege Podcast
#96: Alexandra Banitsch: Von der Medienwelt zur Eismacherin und ihrem eigenen Unternehmen, der Eis Spezerei e.U.

Lebenswege Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 42:43


Diesmal ist Eismacherin Alexandra Banitsch im Lebenswege Podcast zu Gast. Sie kam bereits als 14-jährige von der Steiermark nach Wien um die „Graphische“ für Fotografie und audiovisuelle Medien zu absolvieren und hat dann weiter an der FH-Salzburg TV-Produktion studiert. Sie hat 10 Jahre projektbezogen in der TV-Branche gearbeitet. Kurz vor ihrem 30. Geburtstag hat sie gemerkt, dass sie in ihrem Job zunehmend unzufriedener wurde und etwas verändern möchte, wusste aber nicht, was sie machen will. Ein spannender Prozess, den wir im Podcast näher beleuchten, denn wir sprechen über ihren Weg zur Eis Spezerei e.U., ihr Unternehmen, dass sie 2022 gegründet hat.   Mehr über Alexandra findet ihr hier: www.eisspezerei.at Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eisspezerei LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/81941416 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eisspezerei Für Feedback oder wenn ihr auch gern eure Geschichte teilen mögt, erreicht ihr mich unter lebenswegepodcast@gmail.com und ihr findet mich auf Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andreadomenig/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lebenswege-Podcast-103348588053385 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lebenswege_podcast Intro Music: Walk Around by Roa https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031