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Macro n Cheese
Can We Make Money Work For Us? with L. Randall Wray

Macro n Cheese

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 80:19


Grumbine: Can we have too much money? Wray: Yes, we surely can. Usually, our problem is that there's too much bank money, and the usual consequence is a financial crisis. Obviously, Steve and his guest are talking about the nation, not their own wallets. In this episode, he welcomes L. Randall Wray to Macro N Cheese for the eighth time to talk about Randy's new book, "Making Money Work for Us: How MMT Can Save America," which will be released in America in November. Our listeners know they can count on Randy to explain MMT principles clearly without drowning us in a sea of wonkiness, but, also, without oversimplifying the subject. Consider the above exchange... and then this: Wray: Money cannot cause inflation. I can state that unequivocally. MMT understands that those two statements are not contradictory. Randy talks about the banks financing too much speculative activity that goes bad, usually resulting in a financial crisis. Extensive government spending – when it's targeted, as in a job guarantee – does not cause a crisis, does not cause inflation. He contrasts this to the wrong kind of government spending, and describes how it is inflationary (cough, UBI). Steve and Randy go through the other questions that MMT is uniquely able to answer in a way that isn't disconnected from our real-world observations. What is money and how is it created? What does it mean when you say “taxes drive money”? They discuss deficits and debt – and why it is that the few times the US repaid part of the national debt, it led to a depression, except under Bill Clinton, when it led to the great financial crisis. You'll want to listen to this episode just for the discussion of the Fed and the banks. The CEO's should all be locked up. L. Randall Wray is a Professor of Economics at Bard College and Senior Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute. www.levyinstitute.org

Conversations with CommerceNext
John Hazen, Boot Barn Chief Digital Officer, Finds The Right Fit With Stores & E-Commerce

Conversations with CommerceNext

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 33:39


Welcome to the Conversations with CommerceNext podcast, I'm your host Michael LeBlanc, and this podcast is brought to you in conjunction with CommerceNext and presented by CommX.On this episode meet John Hazen, the Chief Digital Officer at Boot Barn, a west-coast-based specialty store retail powerhouse. John describes his journey to working within a retail first brand and appreciating the cultural differences in any organization to be truly successful. Next, John talks about his deep attachment to ensuring a seamless shopping experience for his customers and the journey at Boot Barn to keep the focus and understand the power of their stores and the force multiplier that a well-architected digital strategy must become.About JohnOmnichannel and e-Commerce executive/thought leader rooted in apparel&footwear. Extensive experience architecting, launching and running global enterprise initiatives focusing on Omnichannel, e-commerce, retail digital enablement & CRM . Expert in commerce platforms, merchandising, technology with a strong digital background , inventor of patented technology for Nike Digital. MBA from Loyola Marymount University and extensive (15+ years) digital experience working within the apparel/retail industry.Skateboarder, surfer , triathlete and Pixar nut.

Papers Read on AI
TranAD: Deep Transformer Networks for Anomaly Detection in Multivariate Time Series Data

Papers Read on AI

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 52:43


Efficient anomaly detection and diagnosis in multivariate time-series data is of great importance for modern industrial applications. However, building a system that is able to quickly and accurately pinpoint anomalous observations is a challenging problem. This is due to the lack of anomaly labels, high data volatility and the demands of ultra-low inference times in modern applications. Despite the recent developments of deep learning approaches for anomaly detection, only a few of them can address all of these challenges. In this paper, we propose TranAD, a deep transformer network based anomaly detection and diagnosis model which uses attention-based sequence encoders to swiftly perform inference with the knowledge of the broader temporal trends in the data. TranAD uses focus score-based self-conditioning to enable robust multi-modal feature extraction and adversarial training to gain stability. Addi-tionally, model-agnostic meta learning (MAML) allows us to train the model using limited data. Extensive empirical studies on six publicly available datasets demonstrate that TranAD can outperform state-of-the-art baseline methods in detection and diagnosis performance with data and time-efficient training. Specifically, TranAD increases F1 scores by up to 17%, reducing training times by up to 99% compared to the baselines. One use case is in for Industry-4.0 2022: S. Tuli, G. Casale, N. Jennings https://arxiv.org/pdf/2201.07284v6.pdf

Papers Read on AI
Adan: Adaptive Nesterov Momentum Algorithm for Faster Optimizing Deep Models

Papers Read on AI

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 13:36


Adaptive gradient algorithms [1–4] borrow the moving average idea of heavy ball acceleration to estimate accurate first- and second-order moments of gradient for accelerating convergence. However, Nesterov acceleration which converges faster than heavy ball acceleration in theory [5] and also in many empirical cases [6] is much less investigated under the adaptive gradient setting. In this work, we propose the ADAptive Nesterov momentum algorithm, Adan for short, to effec-tively speedup the training of deep neural networks. Adan first reformulates the vanilla Nesterov acceleration to develop a new Nesterov momentum estimation (NME) method, which avoids the extra computation and memory overhead of computing gradient at the extrapolation point. Then Adan adopts NME to estimate the first- and second-order moments of the gradient in adaptive gradient algorithms for convergence acceleration. Besides, we prove that Adan finds an (cid:15) -approximate first-order stationary point within O (cid:0) (cid:15) − 3 . 5 (cid:1) stochastic gradient complexity on the nonconvex stochastic problems ( e.g. deep learning problems), matching the best-known lower bound. Extensive experimental results show that Adan surpasses the corresponding SoTA optimizers on both CNNs and transformers, and sets new SoTAs for many popular networks and frameworks, e.g. ResNet [7], ConvNext [8], ViT [9], Swin [10], MAE [11], LSTM [12], TransformerXL [13] and BERT [14]. More surprisingly, Adan can use half of the training cost (epochs) of SoTA optimizers to achieve higher or comparable 2022: Xingyu Xie, Pan Zhou, Huan Li, Zhouchen Lin, Shuicheng Yan https://arxiv.org/pdf/2208.06677v2.pdf

Unleashing Intuition Secrets
British and American tier 1 operators with extensive combat action describe their awakening process.

Unleashing Intuition Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 88:22


How did Michael Jaco awaken? How did he unlock his intuitive abilities? How do others do the same? We are joined by Mark Bauer, a top tier operator in the military. We learn about his epic story and life. We have two warriors and tier 1 operators, the best of the best, describing how they became aware of the spiritual, esoteric, and metaphysical side of life. They describe their awakening process and how they became aware of all the deception, lies and deceit the cabal and deep state shove in the world population face. The conversation between Mark Bauer and Michael Jaco helps bring deep insight into Michael Jaco's life and what he's seen, done, and been through to become who he is today. The two gentlemen are able to relate to each other very well and it brings out the best in them. Join host Michael Jaco, Ex-Navy Seal, who teaches you how to tap into your Intuition and Unleash the Power within, so you can become the Master of your Reality. Connect with Michael Jaco here - michaelkjaco.com Connect with Mark Bauer here - valhilcapital.com/mark-bauer  

The Disability Channel Podcasts
WILDCHILD RECORDS interviews music promoter Kelly V. & her extensive list of Music gems!

The Disability Channel Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 15:04


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Radio Monmouth
Part 2: City of Monmouth Update with Mayor Rod Davies, Communications Director Ken Helms, and City Administrator Lew Steinbrecher

Radio Monmouth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:50


Extensive in-depth discussion on the upcoming Downtown revitalization project for the City of Monmouth and the current plans and ideas for the space

4BC Breakfast with Laurel, Gary & Mark
Two teens charged with extensive list of offences after car chase

4BC Breakfast with Laurel, Gary & Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 3:12


Police have charged two teenage boys over an alleged car chase between Ipswich and Brisbane yesterday morning.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Follow The Brand Podcast
Exploring Immersive Design with Natasha Rabsatt CEO Founder NAR Creative

Follow The Brand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 42:42


Knowing how the human brain connects through experience in the physical, digital, and virtual worlds is key to design success says my next guest Natasha Rabsatt. Natasha is part of a growing group of experienced designers who take a mindfulness approach in her design projects.  Is the desired product or service inclusive, accessible, and usable across a well-defined user audience?  Are we creating a mindful multi-dimensional experience? Design is not just visual, and aesthetic says Natasha it has to be creative, and authentic and includes the human factors that take in the most important qualitative factors. Data research and understanding the audience are the keys to designing success.  How is the user going to feel about your product or service?  Who is the learner?  Is the final design intercultural, adaptable, trusting, and reflective and how does it all fit together and deliver impact? Creating in ways that are mindful of filling in the gaps with human factors, and environmental and understanding of how to create solutions that make sense, add value, and are useful to the community is the NAR Creative Brand Experience. Natasha is an entrepreneur, strategic designer, advisor, XR strategist, and combat veteran with over 17 years of experience in diverse industries and sectors, centered around learning, design, leadership, analysis, and technology.  Extensive world travel and experiences in various communities sparked a deep interest in Natasha to unlock human potential at the intersection of humanity, technology, and the environment. She is an advocate for what she coins as “mindful design for the future,” which encourages awareness, fluency, and commitment to excellence with inclusion, sustainability, and responsible design best practices with immersive and emerging technologies both inside and outside of the metaverse. She is also the founder and CEO of NAR Creative LLC – a strategic design and advisory firm supporting businesses and organizations by building inclusive strategy, experiences, and creative works to enhance adaptation and resilience to rapid changes with technology and innovation. Let us welcome Natasha Rabsatt to the Follow the Brand Podcast Where we are building a 5 STAR Brand That You Can Follow!

On The Odd - The Talk Show About All Oddities
Betty & Barney Hill and the MUFON Symposium

On The Odd - The Talk Show About All Oddities

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


Season 9 Episode 1 [display_podcast] Listen Download Now Available on Podchaser Stitcher PodGallery Subscribe Mark welcomes Kathleen Marden to the show.  Kathleen Marden is a leading researcher of contact with nonhuman intelligence, an author, and lecturer. Her educational background in the social sciences has shaped her interest in scientific ufology. Extensive research and investigation into alien abduction has convinced her that some abductions are real. She earned a B.A. degree in social work from the University of New Hampshire and participated in graduate studies in education while working as a teacher and education services coordinator. Her scholarship led to acceptance into the Alpha Kappa Delta sociology honor society. During her fifteen years as an educator, she innovated, designed and implemented model educational programs. She also held a supervisory position, coordinating, training and evaluating education staff. Her interest in UFOs dates back to September 20, 1961, when her aunt, Betty Hill, phoned her childhood home to report that she and Barney had encountered a flying saucer in New Hampshire's White Mountains. A primary witness to the evidence of the UFO encounter and the aftermath, Kathleen has intimate knowledge of the Hill's biographical histories, investigation files, and scientific interest in their sensational experience. This led to a  journey of exploration, leaving no stone unturned, to find answers through scholarly work, investigation and social research. She is recognized as the world's leading expert on the Betty and Barney Hill abduction. She is associated with the Mutual UFO Network, as its Director of Experiencer Research and the Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters, as an advisory board member and consultant to its research subcommittee. She was the recipient of MUFON's 2012 “Excellence in Ufology” award. She makes it clear that the opinions expressed by her are her own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the organizations of which she is  affiliated. Kathleen is the author of five books. Three were co-written with with nuclear physicist/ scientific ufologist Stanton Friedman, Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience, Science was Wrong, and Fact, Fiction and Flying Saucers. A fourth book The Alien Abduction Files features Denise Stoner. Her new book The Experiencer's Handbook will be released in July. In addition to this, her essays have been published in several additional books. In 2012, she spearheaded an extensive research project, with Denise Stoner, to identify little known commonalities among experiencers. More recently, she has completed her work on MUFON's Experiencer Survey, a comprehensive study on Experiencers, with Dr. Don C. Donderi. Her articles have been published in the MUFON UFO Journal, Open Minds, Alternate Perceptions and FATE magazines and on several websites. Kathy has given expert testimony on the Discovery, History, H2, National Geographic, and Destination America channels and on several documentaries and news shows.  She is a frequent guest on radio programs. She has lectured throughout the United States and internationally. You can purchase her books or read her articles at www.kathleen-marden.com  Kathleen Marden's website can be found here: www.kathleen-marden.com  Her amazing books can be found here: http://www.kathleen-marden.com/kathys-bookstore.php Learn more about MUFON and the MUFON 2018 Symposium https://www.mufon.com https://www.mufonsymposium.com/Music intro:Ice Land by Moon Casale https://theshivers.bandcamp.com/album/moon-casale https://www.facebook.com/theshiversmusic A special thank you to APS Mastering for their support. Visit www.apsmastering.com for all of your Audio Mastering needs.

This Week In APBA Anchor preview
John Scott joins me to talk about his uncle, John Morton, and his extensive APBA collection.

This Week In APBA Anchor preview

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 33:12


John Scott was taught to play APBA by his uncle, John Morton. When his uncle John became to ill to play, the nephew was asked to find a good home for his extensive collection. It's a story of love and respect of family and how the APBA community played a part in finding a home for Mr. Morton's favorite hobby. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-asalon/message

Soraya -Be Convinced! Sharing Lifechanging Stories of Hope
Ep. #89 - Author and Consultant David R. Edwards Uses His Extensive Experience to Assist You with Building the Foundations for Success

Soraya -Be Convinced! Sharing Lifechanging Stories of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 31:04


Dave Edwards is an author and consultant who wants to help you become the captain of your own life through building the important foundation of personal motivation.  He was the first person in his family to attend college and worked at a job that paid just $3 an hour to support himself through school.  After working for many years in the integrative healthcare field, he realized that personal motivation was key to bringing about lasting changes in a person's life.  His book is titled New You- Who Knew? Surprising Foundations to Get More Done, Feel More Connected, and Stay Balanced in a Rapidly Changing World.  It is not just another self-help book but a book that teaches principles and skills to help you reach your goals.  It has a step-by-step guide to help you learn important fundamentals that you need to develop for a more fulfilling and accomplished life.Website: www.davidredwards.com; www.hvasf.comSocial media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/David-R-Edwards-100356142253306LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/david-r-edwards-55ab3450

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
A Computational Model of Learning Flexible Navigation in a Maze by Layout-Conforming Replay of Place Cells

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.16.508350v1?rss=1 Authors: Gao, Y. Abstract: Recent experimental observations have shown that the reactivation of hippocampal place cells (PC) during sleep or immobility depicts trajectories that can go around barriers and can flexibly adapt to a changing maze layout. Such layout-conforming replay sheds a light on how the activity of place cells supports the learning of flexible navigation in a dynamically changing maze. However, existing computational models of replay fall short of generating layout-conforming replay, restricting their usage to simple environments, like linear tracks or open fields. In this paper, we propose a computational model that generates layout-conforming replay and explains how such replay drives the learning of flexible navigation in a maze. First, we propose a Hebbian-like rule to learn the inter-PC synaptic strength during exploring a maze. Then we use a continuous attractor network (CAN) with feedback inhibition to model the interaction among place cells and hippocampal interneurons. The activity bump of place cells drifts along a path in the maze, which models layout-conforming replay. During replay in rest, the synaptic strengths from place cells to striatal medium spiny neurons (MSN) are learned by a novel dopamine-modulated three-factor rule to store place-reward associations. During goal-directed navigation, the CAN periodically generates replay trajectories from the animal's location for path planning, and the trajectory leading to a maximal MSN activity is followed by the animal. We have implemented our model into a high-fidelity virtual rat in the MuJoCo physics simulator. Extensive experiments have demonstrated that its superior flexibility during navigation in a maze is due to a continuous re-learning of inter-PC and PC-MSN synaptic strength. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
No need for extensive artifact rejection for ICA - A multi-study evaluation on stationary and mobile EEG datasets

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.13.507772v1?rss=1 Authors: Klug, M., Berg, T., Gramann, K. Abstract: Objective. Electroencephalography (EEG) studies increasingly make use of more ecologically valid experimental protocols involving mobile participants that actively engage with their environment leading to increased artifacts in the recorded data (MoBI; Gramann et al., 2011). When analyzing EEG data, especially in the mobile context, removing samples regarded as artifactual is a common approach before computing independent component analysis (ICA). Automatic tools for this exist, such as the automatic sample rejection of the AMICA algorithm (Palmer et al., 2011), but the impact of both movement intensity and the automatic sample rejection has not been systematically evaluated yet. Approach. We computed AMICA decompositions on eight data sets from six open-access studies with varying degrees of movement intensities using increasingly conservative sample rejection criteria. We evaluated the subsequent decomposition quality in terms of the component mutual information, the amount of brain, muscle, and "other" components, the residual variance of the brain components, and an exemplary signal-to-noise ratio. Main results. We found that increasing movements of participants led to decreasing decomposition quality for individual data sets but not as a general trend across all movement intensities. The cleaning strength had less impact on decomposition results than anticipated, and moderate cleaning of the data resulted in the best decompositions. Significance. Our results indicate that the AMICA algorithm is very robust even with limited data cleaning. Moderate amounts of cleaning such as 5 to 10 iterations of the AMICA sample rejection with 3 standard deviations as the threshold will likely improve the decomposition of most data sets, irrespective of the movement intensity. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer

The Football History Dude
Jeremy Swick (The Average Historian) Shares Hall of Fame Experiences

The Football History Dude

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 57:02


The Football History Dude is part of the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear). https://shopsportshistory.com/collections/the-football-history-dude (GET YOUR OFFICIAL FOOTBALL HISTORY DUDE MERCHANDISE AT THE SHOP SPORTS HISTORY STORE) NETWORK SPONSORS https://sportshistorynetwork.com/row1/ (Row One) - the vintage shop for sports history fans! EPISODE SUMMARY This week I talk to Jeremy Swick a.k.a. "The Average Historian." As we run through the interview, you'll learn pretty quickly that, although he gives himself the average moniker, his career has not been so average. Jeremy has had the honor of working in some of the greatest sports Hall of Fames/museums in the country. And luckily for you and me, he spent time in both the Pro and College Football Hall of Fames. We get into many topics and stories, including some of the cool artifacts he was able to handle. Enjoy! AUTHOR BIO An experienced Historian, Curator, Archivist, with a passion for history, education, and social media. Known on social channels as @TheAverageHistorian. Why? Just an "average guy" who loves playing rugby, talking history and continually learning. Determined to chase goals which have led to extraordinary experiences. Professionally worked at several institutions ranging from a historic photography museum to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame. Currently Archivist at the Wisconsin Black Historical Society. Extensive experience working in the digital space as a social media manager for several organizations. https://linktr.ee/theaveragehistorian (Follow The Average Historian) THE FOOTBALL HISTORY DUDE BACKGROUND https://sportshistorynetwork.com/podcasts/the-football-history-dude/ (The Football History Dude) is a show dedicated to teaching NFL fans about the rich history of the game we all know and love. I'm your host, Arnie Chapman, and I'm just a regular dude that loves football and is a nerd when it comes to learning about history. I created this show to share the gridiron knowledge nuggets I gain from researching various topics about the history of the National Football League. Each episode I welcome you to climb aboard my DeLorean to travel back in time to explore the yesteryear of the gridiron, and yes, that's a reference to the Back to the Future Movies.

Overseas Life Redesign
Episode 93: The Science of Happiness: How to Create a More Purposeful and Meaningful Life Part 2

Overseas Life Redesign

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 16:16


In the 1970's the Dalai Lama said that we can physically change and rewire our brains by thought alone, and recent scientific research has proven this to be true. If you're looking for a mood boost, exercise may be just what you need."Extensive scientific research has proven what the Dalai Lama said in the we can physically change and rewire our brains by thought alone."In this episode, you will learn the following:1. The many health benefits of exercise, including reducing mortality and treating symptoms of major depression. 2. How exercise regulates our appetite hormones, increases our metabolic rate, and improves the quality and duration of our sleep. 3. The fact that physical exercise is a rarely prescribed treatment, despite its many benefits.Resources:Link to NIH StudyChapter Summaries: In this episode, we focus on the second habit you can practice to increase your level of happiness. If you started to implement the first habit that we covered in part one, I'd love to hear your feedback.A team member was going through a rough patch in her marriage. She wanted to start exercising, but she didn't know the benefits of exercise. She was surprised to know that Dawn exercises 2 hours every day. In part three, Dawn  shares another part of her morning routine.A National Institute of Health study found that exercise is effective in reducing mortality and in treating symptoms of major depression. Exercise is underutilized by clinicians. Big Pharma doesn't write prescriptions for exercise because they don't make money from it.  Ageism is the worst excuse to not prescribe exercise.A regular exercise practice will increase your level of happiness. You must make a commitment to make the time for it.  Here are the steps in using the strategy to increase your level of happiness 1) commit to an exercise routine 2) start small and increase it gradually. 3) Pick activities you enjoy 4) Consider any health challenges and pick your exercise accordingly. Are you motivated to create a daily exercise routine? How often? Let's us know!Support the show

The Master Marketer Show
Ep. 29 Adam Shaw - No Budget, No Problem: Running Paid Media with a Small (But Mighty) Team

The Master Marketer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 65:25


Let's talk $$$.  When you have hundreds of millions of dollars to spend (so, lots of $$$), even on work as multi-faceted and demanding as marketing, it's easy to get comfortable throwing large chunks of change at various ideas and seeing what “works”. But as this week's guest, the multi-talented Adam Shaw, will tell you, it's easy to slip into a lazy mindset when the wallet is too heavy. Now the Head of Demand Generation at WeSpire, Adam leads a much smaller team with a lean media budget. And it's precisely the challenges of this downsized budget that have made him and his modest team more creative and resilient marketers.  In this episode, join us for a case study in making the most of the tools in front of you … and, of course, the talented people at your side. MINDSETS: “Tinkerer” mindset - always be on the lookout for something that can be improved, tweaked, developed further in any project or campaign. Oftentimes, it's having this attention to detail that can help you maximize a slim budget. If you're in a leadership position, look for the tinkerers on your team and leverage their skills by putting them on projects suited to their interests! Wear all the hats - in smaller teams, you may be expected to do the job of what would be four different specialized roles in a big agency. Account manager, content strategist, content creator… having the mindset of all three takes you much further.  Leadership mindset - let your team members do what they're passionate about.  Focus on optimizing the “bottom least-efficient 10%” of your job. Doing this will allow you to carve out a workflow that is much more efficient.   SKILLSETS: In a leadership position, being able to build a culture where team members are encouraged to pushback, question, and take the lead on ideas they're passionate about. Being an “Excel nutcase” - as Adam says, at some point during your career, be the one to enter the data into an Excel spreadsheet. In other words, gaining the experience of doing the data “grunt work” gives you a holistic perspective when you do work in other roles such as management.  Leaning on the resource you have in front of you - don't over rely on outsourcing. In small teams, no one can afford to be anything less than super talented. Leverage both the talents and strengths of those around you.  Knowing in detail the buyer journey for your customers - Adam emphasizes that this comes with time and experience. But pursue opportunities that let you learn more about your customers and what drives them. Extensive knowledge of the buyer journey should inform every move you make. Maximizing output by prioritizing evergreen content. Being a good educator - especially with small budgets, it's essential as a manager/leader to educate your team members on the overall structure of the business model they are working in.    TOOLSETS: Excel (here's to you, “Excel freaks”)

The Master Marketer Show
Ep. 29 Adam Shaw - No Budget, No Problem: Running Paid Media with a Small (But Mighty) Team

The Master Marketer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 65:25


Let's talk $$$.  When you have hundreds of millions of dollars to spend (so, lots of $$$), even on work as multi-faceted and demanding as marketing, it's easy to get comfortable throwing large chunks of change at various ideas and seeing what “works”. But as this week's guest, the multi-talented Adam Shaw, will tell you, it's easy to slip into a lazy mindset when the wallet is too heavy. Now the Head of Demand Generation at WeSpire, Adam leads a much smaller team with a lean media budget. And it's precisely the challenges of this downsized budget that have made him and his modest team more creative and resilient marketers.  In this episode, join us for a case study in making the most of the tools in front of you … and, of course, the talented people at your side. MINDSETS: “Tinkerer” mindset - always be on the lookout for something that can be improved, tweaked, developed further in any project or campaign. Oftentimes, it's having this attention to detail that can help you maximize a slim budget. If you're in a leadership position, look for the tinkerers on your team and leverage their skills by putting them on projects suited to their interests! Wear all the hats - in smaller teams, you may be expected to do the job of what would be four different specialized roles in a big agency. Account manager, content strategist, content creator… having the mindset of all three takes you much further.  Leadership mindset - let your team members do what they're passionate about.  Focus on optimizing the “bottom least-efficient 10%” of your job. Doing this will allow you to carve out a workflow that is much more efficient.   SKILLSETS: In a leadership position, being able to build a culture where team members are encouraged to pushback, question, and take the lead on ideas they're passionate about. Being an “Excel nutcase” - as Adam says, at some point during your career, be the one to enter the data into an Excel spreadsheet. In other words, gaining the experience of doing the data “grunt work” gives you a holistic perspective when you do work in other roles such as management.  Leaning on the resource you have in front of you - don't over rely on outsourcing. In small teams, no one can afford to be anything less than super talented. Leverage both the talents and strengths of those around you.  Knowing in detail the buyer journey for your customers - Adam emphasizes that this comes with time and experience. But pursue opportunities that let you learn more about your customers and what drives them. Extensive knowledge of the buyer journey should inform every move you make. Maximizing output by prioritizing evergreen content. Being a good educator - especially with small budgets, it's essential as a manager/leader to educate your team members on the overall structure of the business model they are working in.    TOOLSETS: Excel (here's to you, “Excel freaks”)

Talk Ten Tuesdays
2023 Evaluation and Management Services: Observation and Inpatient Services Revisions Part II

Talk Ten Tuesdays

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 32:33


Extensive changes are coming your way for hospital observation and inpatient services. And the time to prepare is now and this upcoming live edition of the long-running Talk Ten Tuesday broadcast is the place to begin to grasp the breadth and depth of these revisions from the American Medical Association.Colleen Deighan, senior consultant with 3M, will continue the second in her multi-series of reports as she discusses the two evaluation and management (E&M) categories including guideline changes for reporting these services accurately and sharing steps you will need to take for preparing your physicians and your coding staff for success.  Other segments during the live broadcast include the following:Coding Report: Laurie Johnson, senior healthcare consultant with Revenue Cycle Solutions, LLC, will report on the ongoing Coordination and Maintenance Committee meeting taking place at that hour in the CMS headquarters in Baltimore.Mental Health Report: Internationally renowned psychiatrist H. Steven Moffic reports on the nation's state of mental health.RegWatch: Stanley Nachimson, former Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) career professional-turned-well-known healthcare IT authority, will report on the latest regulatory news coming out of Washington, D.C.News Desk: Timothy Powell, CPA will anchor the Talk Ten Tuesdays News Desk.Journaling John: John Zelem, MD, FACS, founder and CEO for Streamline Solutions Consulting, will continue with his journal entry.TalkBack: Erica Remer,MD, founder and president of Erica Remer, MD, Inc. and Talk Ten Tuesdays co-host, will report on a subject that has caught her attention during her popular segment.  

Parenting After Trauma with Robyn Gobbel
Help for Sensory & Emotional Challenges with Jessica Sinarski

Parenting After Trauma with Robyn Gobbel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 53:24


Jessica Sinarski is a highly sought-after therapist, speaker, and change-maker. Extensive post-graduate training and 15+ years as a clinician and educator led her to create the resource and training platform–BraveBrains. She makes brain science practical, helping parents and professionals become healers for hurting children. She is the author of the award-winning Riley the Brave series, Hello, Anger, and more.  I asked Jessica to come on the podcast to talk about her newest Riley the Brave children's book and parent resource all about sensory processing challenges. In this episode, you'll learn:What our senses are (There's more than the 5 you learned in kindergarten!)How our experience of our senses impacts behaviorWays to empower your child to get their sensory needs metRiley the Brave's Sensational Senses will be released on October 6th, 2022. You can preorder now through October 5th and receive special bonuses at https://www.rileythebrave.org/senses. You can also find Jessica at http://bravebrains.com/blog/ and learn more about her course for therapists at https://bravebrains.com/moving-beyond-trauma-informed/Read a summary and full episode transcript at: RobynGobbel.com/sensesOver on my website you can find:Video series and ebook Trauma, Memory, and Behaviors (FREE)What Behavior Really Is: Video Series & eBook (FREE)Brilliance of Attachment: eBook (FREE)Ongoing support, connection, and co-regulation for struggling parents: The ClubYear Long Immersive & Holistic Training Program for Parenting Professionals: Being With*****Not sure where to start? With 100 episodes, it's hard to know what episodes to listen to first!The START HERE private podcast takes the guess-work out. I curated the 10 episodes I think you should listen to first. Because it's a special private podcast, It's only available by invitation- so head over to RobynGobbel.com/StartHere to get yours. You'll then be able to listen in whatever podcast player you use! *******The Club is a virtual community for the families of kids with big, baffling behaviors and the professionals who support them. https://robyngobbel.com/theclubApplications for the 2023 cohort of Being With ~ a year-long immersive and holistic program for parenting professionals ~ are now open! https://robyngobbel.com/beingwith

City Life Org
The Extensive Collection of Theatre Photography by Joan Marcus and Carol Rosegg Now Publicly Available at the Library for the Performing Arts

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 4:57


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/09/09/the-extensive-collection-of-theatre-photography-by-joan-marcus-and-carol-rosegg-now-publicly-available-at-the-library-for-the-performing-arts/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

Backstory on the Shroud of Turin
Interview with Robert Rucker: No music Version

Backstory on the Shroud of Turin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 68:18


For this weeks video I am joined by Robert A. Rucker (Bob) who earned an MS degree in nuclear engineering from the University of Michigan. He has worked for 38 years in the nuclear industry doing nuclear reactor design, criticality safety for nuclear fuel production, and nondestructive testing (NDT) or assay (NDA) of fissile material in containers. He published 41 documents with US Government agencies. He has been researching the Shroud of Turin since 2013 including application of nuclear analysis computer calculations to solve the carbon dating problem for the Shroud. Extensive information on the Shroud can be found on his website www.shroudresearch.net, including his 32 papers that are on the research page of his website. For more information head over to https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbnpTTmF4dXFta0laa2R3UHM4QlBpSTZVcWFqUXxBQ3Jtc0trWFdVNzdGRk13ZUFTaHg2X3k1UnpxbGM0UnNvS094X0s0SjRFcF9iRFZCblpaa05SSUhxNmNPUkZ6cm5Hb3k5RWx1dGdldVZnRUo2cFhlR1Vjbk5MdUZ5cEFPajQ0YThpcEhPT211ZHlia3hMMUJDNA&q=https%3A%2F%2Fguypowell.com%2Finterview-guy-powell%2F&v=ng_Ek7E13-8 (https://guypowell.com/interview-guy-p...). Subscribe to the channel to listen each week. New episodes are uploaded every Thursday-Friday. Want to learn more about author Guy R. Powell? Check out the socials below: Website: www.guypowell.com Instagram: @guy.r.powell Facebook: @AHistoryOfTheShroudOfTurin Email List: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqa2hUbkNKTmktekZWcm5kMDdFWHNrLWhtcXJqZ3xBQ3Jtc0ttU0pHd2ltNkFHV0F5clNYR20zTDNhNktMZVV3NW5FZXdudS12VlZmMy1nVkhmdlhpQmtTZEZ5ekNSdnlqUmZKSnROV1lzbXpmbm93bEF0MGVnU0xHOVpWRjlzbU9yM0hvS1NrUGU4V1ZkMzdQQVRQYw&q=https%3A%2F%2Fguypowell.us6.list-manage.com%2Fsubscribe%3Fu%3D27f4c87d37aa36fffdca695f3%26id%3D6857bf7051&v=ng_Ek7E13-8 (https://guypowell.us6.list-manage.com...)

When Women Fly
086 Surfing, Science, and Storytelling with National Geographic Explorer Shannon Switzer Swanson

When Women Fly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 48:41


Today's episode features Shannon Switzer Swanson, a National Geographic Explorer, marine social ecologist, and surfer who explores the intersection of storytelling, research, art, and science.As part of Season III, we are revisiting some of our favorite episodes that grapple with big life themes, break down the components of change, and dive into strategies that are relevant and applicable to you today.In this episode, Sylvia and Shannon discuss modern-day "exploration" and the role of women and the BIPOC community in redefining it. Shannon is not discouraged or dissuaded by the complexities in her conservation work. She continues to ask difficult questions such as: “Can coastal communities manage their resources in ways that both sustain prosperous livelihoods and a healthy environment.”  What is the win-win formula?Fun fact: Shannon is the granddaughter of one of the pioneering women pilots of the mid-1900s.Topics Include:- Photography, storytelling, and research- How our perception of time affects choices around sustainability- What it means to be a modern-day explorer- Female role models- Extensive field research in Central Sulawesi- Building trust and participatory research methods- National Geographic programs and getting your start- Maintaining relationships while traveling- Balancing work and family life- Advice for women adventurers- And other topics...Resources Mentioned:Femininities in the Field: Tourism and Transdisciplinary Research: https://www.amazon.com/Femininities-Field-Tourism-Transdisciplinary-Research/dp/1845416503An interactive website for folks interested in knowing where aquarium fish come from and how to keep an aquarium that doesn't harm the world's reefs, check it out at https://reeftoaquarium.com/Connect with Shannon:Instagram: @ShannonSwitzerSwansonTwitter: @S3OceansFacebook: @S3OceansLinkedIn: @shannonswitzerswansonInterview with ShannonWant to connect with us? Visit us online!Website: https://www.whenwomenfly.com/IG: @whenwomenflyFB: @whenwomenflyTwitter: @whenwomenflyPinterest: @whenwomenfly

Earth Wise
Some Good News For The Great Barrier Reef | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 2:00


It seems like there has been nothing but dire news from Australia's Great Barrier Reef.  Earlier this year, there was yet another mass bleaching event – the fourth in seven years and the first ever to strike during a cooler La Niña phase in the Pacific.  But this bleaching event was less severe than other […]

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends
Episode 96: Chicago Bull's SF Javonte Green On His Extensive Journey To The NBA

3 Time NBA Champion Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce Podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 60:54


Watch on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYYTsni8rBjKzBPGu3-Q8LA               ↓ Order our products!  ↓  ♥ https://www.gimmethehotsauce.com/products  ♥ https://www.ebay.com/itm/274783909757?hash=item3ffa65b77d:g:15EAAOSw8K1ghHii   ♥ https://www.ebay.com/itm/274827912492?hash=item3ffd05252c:g:TwIAAOSwJHxgwUIr  ♥ https://www.ebay.com/itm/274815143589?hash=item3ffc424ea5:g:hoMAAOSwqv5gspwj    CONNECT with us here:   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gimmethehotsaucepodcast/?hl=en  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stacey21king/    #sports #podcast #talkshow #NBA #gths #BullsNation #ChicagoBulls #basketball #interview #gimmethehotsaucepodcast #gimmethehotsauce #entertainment #hotsauce    Credits: Executive Producer: Tim Kelley Director/Post: Nicholas "Nicky Knuckles" Moczalla Producer: Madison Keller Audio Producer: D'Alessandro R. Matute Tech Producer: Francisco A. Recinos  Research and Development: Matt P. Ilnyckyi

Improvised Radio Theatre - With Dice: Latest posts

Download This month, Mike and Roger make our usual annual visit to RPG a Day.

School Counseling Simplified Podcast
107: How School Counselors Can Help Kids Feel and Deal with Anger with Jessica Sinarski

School Counseling Simplified Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 24:21


It is so common for school counselors to work with students who struggle with anger and wouldn't it be amazing if you felt confident and prepared to successfully work with these students? Jessica Sinarski, LPCMH, is joining us today as our “resident anger expert” and is giving us so much useful information on how to best work with students who struggle with anger. In this episode, we are chatting with Jessica Sinarski on how to help kids feel and deal with anger. She shares strategies for talking to kids about the brain science behind anger, tips for working with students with trauma, how to support parents of these students, and easily applicable anger management strategies for counselors. Jessica is a wealth of knowledge on supporting these students and is sharing so much helpful information and resources to help us better serve our students who struggle with anger. Jessica Sinarski, LPCMH, is a highly sought-after therapist, speaker, and change-maker. Extensive post-graduate training and 15+ years as a clinician and educator led her to create the resource and training platform–BraveBrains. She makes trauma-sensitive brain science practical, helping parents and professionals unlock resilience in themselves and their students. She is also the author of the award-winning Riley the Brave series, Hello, Anger, and more. Show Notes: https://brightfutures-counseling.com/podcast-episodes/help-kids-with-anger Resources Mentioned: Hello, Anger book BraveBrains Free Resources Finding Our Way Forward in the Aftermath of Violence – Blog Post Parents Corner with free webinar and book shop Sign up for the IMPACT Summer Summit here Join my school counselor membership IMPACT here! Connect with Jessica: Website Instagram Connect with Rachel on social media: TpT Store Blog Instagram Facebook Page Facebook Group Pinterest  Youtube If you are enjoying School Counseling Simplified please follow and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!

Back Roads
Season 4: Episode 4 - An Extensive Review of Week 1 and a Look Ahead

Back Roads

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 56:06


Week 1 in Six-man was outstanding! Craig and Bobbie are joined by Caleb Callaway of the Knox City Greyhounds to discuss their play in the 2022 Jayton Gridiron and win over the Strawn Greyhounds. We also give scores and stats for players across our great State! We discuss the helmet sticker winners, volleyball, and give shoutouts to a referee, a trainer, AND many people in the six-man community We end with a look at Week 2 and what it has to offer. Listen for the information but join us for the stories we all love so much! You really don't want to miss this week's episode! Tell us your thoughts or send us a story to relate on one of this season's podcasts at texas1afan@gmail.com

Real World Parenting
Understanding Your Child's Sensory System with Jessica Sinarski

Real World Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 47:00


The brain gets its info from inside, outside, and all places in between. The most common conversation is of the 5 external facing senses, but what is often overlooked are the internal senses: vestibular, proprioception, and interoception. This episode looks at parenting from a brain based perspective and covers what parents need to know to lead to greater regulation in their homes. Dr. Laura Anderson invites Jessica Sinarski, LPCMH back to the Real World Parenting podcast for a conversation on sensory integration and the connection between the sensory system, brain, heart bodies, behavior, and connection in family.Jessica Sinarski is a highly sought-after therapist, speaker, and change-maker. Extensive post-graduate training and 15+ years as a clinician and educator led her to create the resource and training platform–BraveBrains. She makes brain science practical, helping parents and professionals become healers for hurting children. She is the author of the award-winning Riley the Brave series, Hello, Anger, and more.What You Will Learn:Sensory systems that need more or less do not make you weak. It's just how you're wired and it makes life rich.Reasons to reroute your energy into developing your kid's language around sensory feelingsHow you can work with your child to help them learn to regulateProactive steps to take to regulate your child's sensory systemTips to navigate the shame and guilt that comes with sensory dysregulationResources:www.rileythebrave.org/senseshttps://bravebrains.com

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
An Extensive Interview with Newt Gingrich on Joe Biden, Student Loan Forgiveness, & More. Plus, Bill's Interaction with Justice Sotomayor

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 46:19 Very Popular


Tonight's rundown: Bill has an extensive talk with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on President Biden's policies, including the border, abortion, and the midterm elections President Biden announces his student loan forgiveness plan Life expectancy drops This Day in History: British troops invade Washington, D.C. Final Thought: Bill's vacation In Case You Missed It: Read Bill's latest column, Might, Maybe, Possibly. Get a BillOReilly.com Premium Membership today and get "Killing the Legends" free! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Word of Mom Radio
Owner of Royal Locks Casey Simmons on The Mompreneur Model on Word of Mom Radio

Word of Mom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 34:00


Casey Simmons' natural waves were awakened after the birth of her first child. Over 20 years of management, operations, and consulting, prepared her to take on a leadership role at the helm of her own company. Extensive consumer research conducted revealed many women also experienced changes in hair texture /pattern due to hormones and need simple curl care routines that give beautiful results. Royal Locks curl enhancing products are built for simple routines, so people wear their natural curls more often. Join us for The Mompreneur Model August 25th at 1pmET/10amPT or in podcast. Buy now at RoyalLocks.com and on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube. Get early access to #PAWSOFFURY: THE LEGEND OF HANK on Digital today. Buy or rent the heroic animated adventure that's non-stop fun for the entire family! #MichaelCera and #SamuelLJackson voice the hilarious comedy about an underdog samurai's journey to become top dog in a world full of cats. Rated PG. From #ParamountPictures. Thanks to StadiumBags.com. We continue to shine the light on No Such Thing as a Bully and thank Smith Sisters and the Sunday Drivers. Connect with WoMRadio on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women, in business and in life.  

New Books in Women's History
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Women's History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Studies
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Russell & Medhurst
Touchdown at 10: Chase Young's injury is a lot more extensive than initially believed

Russell & Medhurst

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 42:25


Russell and Medhurst Hour 2: Touchdown @ 10: There's a lot more to Chase Young's ACL injury than we thought, The Commanders have to decide Chase Young's future based on this injury, Callers give their thoughts on Chase Young's injury, and return

New Books in Communications
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in the American West
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books in Sociology
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Latin American Studies
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in History
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Latino Studies
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Latino Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latino-studies

Den of Rich
Vladimir Savenok | Владимир Савенок

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 122:03


Vladimir Savenok, financier, founder of the consulting group "Personal Capital". Until 2002, he worked in the banking system. Since 2002 - financial consultant. The first financial consultant in Russia. The main activity is helping people organize the proper management of personal finances (establishing control over finances, creating a personal financial plan, long-term investment). More than 20 years - an investor in foreign markets. Extensive experience in investing in funds, stocks and bonds. Derivatives have never been used. Proponent of passive investing (in ETFs), but there is always an aggressive portion of the portfolio invested in individual stocks. Author of 12 books on personal finance. Including the bestsellers "A Million for My Daughter", "Wealth Rule No. 1. Personal Financial Plan", etc. Creator of the online School of Vladimir Savenok. FIND VLADIMIR ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook | Instagram | Telegram ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

The Circuit Magazine Podcast
The Role of Physical Security in the Managed Security Service of the Future | Mark Ledlow & Patrick Kane

The Circuit Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 31:38 Transcription Available


Often, the group that tries to be all things to all people is going to fail. So, is the managed Security Service of the future going to be more about subcontracting and strategic partnerships? On this week's show, we're joined by Mark Ledlow and Patrick Kane to look at the way in which physical security/EP fits squarely in the managed security service of tomorrow. As we dig into this, we'll be asking: How has corporate security modernized over the last two years? What new offerings are we seeing? Are we starting to see a greater appetite at a corporate level for protective intelligence over an executive protection program? In an integrated solution with cyber colleagues, could physical security become the eyes and ears on the ground for a joint Intel group? What vital skill are security managers searching for that protectors are missing from their resumes?  About Mark: Mark is the Founder and CEO of Ledlow Associates LLC Holding Company of Ledlow Security Group, Providing Executive Security Services and Physical Security Risk Mitigation to Companies. Mark is a Speaker and the Host of The Fearless Mindset Podcast Marine Corps Veteran Risk & Security Advisor to Corporations Family Office. Mark also Coaches Veterans transitioning from Military into the (Private Sector) Executive Security Services Industry or Business Ownership. https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-ledlow-a3498412/ (LinkedIn) About Patrick: Partick is a Security professional specializing in the proactive protection of personnel and assets in a dynamic global environment. Extensive experience assessing and mitigating physical security risk and developing and establishing programs to safeguard staff and company operations. On-the-ground experience in 70+ countries. International Executive MBA from Instituto de Empresa (Madrid). Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Board Certified in Security Management. Author of the book Practical Security Training - published by Butterworth Heinemannn - 1999. https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickkane2/ (LinkedIn) More about the Circuit: The Circuit Magazine is written and produced by volunteers, most of who are operationally active, working full time in the security industry. The magazine is a product of their combined passion and desire to give something back to the industry. By subscribing to the magazine you are helping to keep it going into the future. https://circuit-magazine.com/read/ (Find out more >) If you liked this podcast, we have an accompanying weekly newsletter called 'On the Circuit' where we take a deeper dive into the wider industry. http://bit.ly/OntheCircuit (Opt in here >) The Circuit team is: Elijah Shaw Jon Moss Shaun West Phelim Rowe Connect with Us:  https://circuit-magazine.com/ (Circuit Magazine) https://mailchi.mp/the-bba.org.uk/bba-connect (BBA Connect) https://www.theprotectorapp.com/ (NABA Protector) https://the-bba.org.uk/ (British Bodyguard Association)

The Murder In My Family
Joan Webster

The Murder In My Family

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 108:02


Episode 115 Joan Webster25 year-old Joan Webster was a second year architecture student at Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 1981 and had a bright future ahead of her. But on November 28th of that year, Joan vanished. She had just arrived at Logan Airport in Boston after flying home from NJ to see her family for the Thanksgiving holiday. As a cab driver helped began to load her suitcase into his taxi, an unkown man stopped Joan and told her that they shouldn't take that taxi. Joan told the cabbie that she was with the man, and picked up the suitcase and walked away with the man to a nearby car parked in the taxi row. The bewildered cab driver dismissed the incident, and looked for his next fare. Joan Webster was never seen alive again. When her boyfriend, a fellow student at Harvard realized Joan hadn't come back to school following the holiday, he called her parents. That's when they realized Joan was missing, and reported her as such on December 2, 1981. That same day, Joan's red purse and her wallet - with about $100 in cash missing - were found, 14 miles north of Logan Airport. A man found them in a marsh - a known dumping ground for criminal elements - in Saugus, MA. Her tote bag, which she carried her credit cards and checkbooks in, as well as her suitcase were still missing. On January 29th, 1982 Joan's suitcase was found in a Greyhound Bus terminal. Extensive searches of the areas around the airport turned up no signs of Joan herself. Over the years, Joan's parents where called multiple times by people demanding money for information they supposedly had about Joan. One caller urged the authorities to look into another murder and named a suspect in the murder, but it failed to lead to Joan.Finally, in 1990, almost a decade after she vanished, Joan's remains were found along a creek area off Chabacco rd in Hamilton, Massachusetts, almost 30 miles north of Logan Airport where Joan was last seen. She was found nude; the victim of a homicide with evidence of head trauma. Due to the passage of time, and exposure to the elements, not much was apparently found in the way of physical evidence, and the case remains unsolved. The best clue in the case is the mystery man seen by the cab driver with Joan at Logan Airport. He never came forward, and was not identified.If you have information about Joan's case, please call the Hamilton, MA police at 978-468-1212Joan's sister-in-law Eve Carson, who has written 2 books on Joan's case joins me in this episode to discuss the mystery of what happened to Joan. To visit Eve's website and check out her work, and books on Joan's case, visit this link:https://www.justiceforjoanwebster.com/This episode is sponsored by Feals CBD deliveryGo to Feals.com/Family and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shippingTo support this podcast with a donation, you can do so via Patreon at:https://www.patreon.com/TheMurderInMyFamilyor through Paypal at:https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/AbJackEntertainmentTo contact the podcast or learn more about the case we discuss, please visit:TheMurderInMyFamily.com

Global News Podcast
Ukraine: Extensive damage to Russian airbase following explosion

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 28:23 Very Popular


Eight warplanes damaged or destroyed in occupied Crimea. Also, European countries send help to France to tackle enormous wildfire and Brazilian police arrest a woman accused of using psychics to swindle her mother.

Learned Hands: The Official Podcast of the Westerosi Bar Association
Episode 31: "Dance Party, Vol. IX; The Last Dance"

Learned Hands: The Official Podcast of the Westerosi Bar Association

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 121:26


In this thirty-first episode of Learned Hands, the Official Podcast of the Westerosi Bar Association, Merry & Clint ask: What did we learn here?Our analysis this week includes:The Dance is done! You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.We put a bow on the whole danged civil war, and discuss what on earth we can learn from this gigantic clusterfuck. Merry delivers an impassioned speech on gender and precedent and the patriarchyClint discusses some people who died, died. Declarations of the winners, the losers, and the in-betweeners of the Dance.We talk about how hard can kick rocks while previewing House of the Dragon!The name of Learned Hands HotD coverage is revealed!Twenty-seven hours, fifty two minutes, and twenty-three seconds of Dances Party later, we are done. Like really really done.(Until we have to do HotD)Supplemental reading: Lady Madeleine Winters' essays on Greens Apologia. Watch Burn After Reading, it's really good.Also the Jim Carroll Band rules.Bumpers by Imrahil.  Extensive audio engineering by LittleWolfBird. Intro & Outro music courtesy Sid Luscious & The Pants. None of this should be construed as legal advice OBVIOUSLY. Support the show

The Fellow on Call
Episode 024: Lung Cancer Series, Pt. 2: Fundamentals of histology and staging

The Fellow on Call

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022


Lung Cancer Histology and Staging*Workup for a nodule that is concerning: **Ensure there is a dedicated CT scan of the chest to evaluate **Try to obtain old imaging; the rate of change is important **Can get PET, but even if a lesion if not FDG-avid, but growing quickly we should consider biopsy anyway**Referral to pulmonary medicine, who can assist with biopsy and also regional lymph node evaluation (important – more below)**PFTs are often ordered because it provides information about lung function in anticipation of possible surgery for treatment Lung Cancer Histology: *Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)**Umbrella term for a variety of cancers**Increased risk in smokers**More common types: ***Adenocarcinoma (~50% of all lung cancers)****Most common overall; cancer of the mucus producing cells****IHC: TTF-1, NapsinA, CK7 positive***Squamous Cell Carcinoma (22.7%)****More often seen in patients with a smoking history ****IHC: p63 positive and cytokeratin pearls***Remaining ~15% are the other types of lung cancer / mixed histologies**Small cell lung cancer (SCLC)***Neuroendocrine tumor with very different pathology***Much more aggressive than NSCLC***Oncologic emergency***IHC: Chromogranin and synaptophysin positive IHC pearls: TTF-1 usually means lung cancer (but can be negative in squamous cell lung cancer). This will be important in the future (we promise :])*Staging for NSCLC:**Nodal evaluation: lymph node evaluation is part of the workup for NSCLC**Single digit = central/mediastinal nodes (higher risk)**Double digit = peripheral/hilar/intrapulmonary lymph nodes (lower risk)**“R” vs. “L” is direction *Pearl: Why is this important? If there is nodal involvement, systemic therapy is going to be necessary *Putting it all together: **T: Tumor size: T1-4**N: Nodal involvement***N0: no nodal involvement ***N1: Nodes closest to the primary tumor (double digits)****Ipsilateral peribronchial, hilar, intrapulmonary ***N2: Further away (single digit)****Ipsilateral mediastinal and/or subcarinal LN***N3: Contralateral any node or supraclavicular LN **M: Metastasis – in lung cancer, patients with certain patterns of metastatic disease are still curable! ***M0: no mets***M1a: Contralateral lobe, pleural effusion or pericardial effusion à these are generally still curable!***M1b: single site of metastatic disease à these are generally still curable!***M1c: multiple sites of metastatic disease à these are generally not curable*Staging for SCLC: **Limited stage - meaning it can fit in “one radiation field”**Extensive stage - does not fit in “one radiation field”*Once lung cancer is diagnosed:**Go to NCCN to learn the flow of ongoing management**Complete staging (if not already done):***CT C/A/P (don't necessarily need if a PET scan is done)***PET Scan***MRI brain à in general this is needed, but there are some exception to this (see NCCN)**Referral to pulmonary for nodal evaluationReferences: NCCN.orghttps://doi-org.proxy.library.vanderbilt.edu/10.1016/j.semcancer.2017.11.019-Article about IHC markers for lung cancer Please visit our website (TheFellowOnCall.com) for more information Twitter: @TheFellowOnCallInstagram: @TheFellowOnCallListen in on: Apple Podcast, Spotify, and Google Podcast

Introvets
Snackisode 3.10: Fifteen Quesadillas

Introvets

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 41:12


Lauren and JJ discuss the importance of addressing retained deciduous teeth right away, tests for marijuana toxicity in dogs, the discovery of new anatomic brain pathways in the dog, emerging veterinary specialties, and a study on the efficacy transdermal gabapentin in cats. References: (1) Fitzgerald et al. (2021). Detecting and quantifying marijuana metabolites in serum and urine of 19 dogs affected by marijuana toxicity. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 33(5), 1002-1007. https://experts.illinois.edu/en/publications/detecting-and-quantifying-marijuana-metabolites-in-serum-and-urin (2) Cornell University. (2022). Study finds new links between dogs' smell and vision. Phys.org. https://phys.org/news/2022-07-links-dogs-vision.html?utmsource=nwletter&utmmedium=email&utmcampaign=daily-nwletter (3) Erica F. Andrews et al. (2022). Extensive connections of the canine olfactory pathway revealed by tractography and dissection. _The Journal of Neuroscience _. DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2355-21.2022 (4) Fiala, J. (2022). Nephrology-urology recognized as new veterinary specialty. _VIN News Service. https://news.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=210&Id=10935586 (5) Fiala, J. (2022). Should education become a veterinary specialty? VIN News Service. https://news.vin.com/default.aspx?pid=210&Id=10741751 (6) Slovak, J. E. & Costa. A. P. (2021). A pilot study of transdermal gabapentin in cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 35(1), 1981-1987.

Secure Ventures with Kyle McNulty
NorthStar: Alex Moss on Pivoting a Consulting Business to a Product

Secure Ventures with Kyle McNulty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 48:18


Alex: Co-founder and CEO of NorthStar, a risk-based vulnerability management platform Extensive experience in consulting both in security and contracts management (when he had to leave security to avoid a conflict of interest while building NorthStar after hours) Check out the episode for our discussion on pivoting a consulting business and risk contextualization. Links: https://www.northstar.io/

Built By BamaOnLine: An Alabama football podcast
Monday practice watch along; Men's hoops starts Euro tour with W

Built By BamaOnLine: An Alabama football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 53:21


Join BamaOnLine.com staffers Charlie Potter and Travis Reier as they discuss pertinent topics related to Alabama athletics, including: -- The guys offer up a watch along of Monday practice video provided by UA. -- Is Nick Saban superstitious, a creature of habit or both? -- Extensive look at tight end position. -- Projecting involvement of running backs in passing game. -- Mixing and matching along offensive line. -- Make-or-break scenario at wide receiver and the need for speed to emerge on the outside. -- Young defensive linemen get some love. -- UA men's hoops features fresh faces in blowout win to open European tour. The BamaOnLine Podcast is now on Apple Podcasts as well as Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. Please subscribe, and leave us a rating and a review! Contact Travis Reier by personal message or on Twitter (@travisreier). To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices