Matt Gougé (Matt The Mortgage Guy) spent 5 years in direct lending before making the switch to Independent Mortgage Broker in 2018. As an independent mortgage broker, he takes pride in advising a wide variety of clients with diverse needs as to which lender and loan product is right for them and their scenario. Show notes at REIMastermind.net
Fighting the climate crisis requires investment, innovation, and on-the-ground know-how. Dawn Lippert works at the intersection of all three. She's the founder and CEO of Elemental Excelerator, a non-profit incubator that helps climate-focused startups deploy and scale their technologies. She joins Azeem Azhar to discuss how innovative climate tech companies can make it to market, and why workers at Silicon Valley's biggest companies are flocking to fight climate change.
Casual Conspiracy Podcast Store Join Chris, Matt, and Ibrahim to celebrate Saddam Hussein, make fun of Detroit, and relate Rambo to Alexander the Great. Join in on the discussion on social media by sharing your thoughts. Recorded on September 9th, 2021. Episode 34 - Funding Terrorism Email Us: email@example.com Social Media: Casual Conspiracy Podcast Facebook Group Casual Conspiracy Podcast MeWe Group Casual Conspiracy Podcast on Twitter Show Links:
Janet Hamilton, Executive Director of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, explains how $2 billion in CDC funds will help hospitals and healthcare facilities fight infections; Jonathan Wolfe, ASTHO's Senior Director of Content Development and Communications, highlights the value of attending ASTHO's next Insight and Inspiration conversation on October 20th; ASTHO publishes a new blog article examining how "long COVID" has changed federal and local workplace policy; and we feature three ASTHO job openings. CDC News Release: CDC to invest $2.1 billion to protect patients and healthcare workers from COVID-19 and future infectious diseases Website: The Council for Outbreak Response - Healthcare-Associated Infections and Antimicrobial-Resistant Pathogens ASTHO Blog Article: Long COVID causes health policy shifts across states ASTHO Webpage: Insight and Inspiration ASTHO Webpage: Job opportunities in public health and at ASTHO
Last week, a few reputable news sources ran a story that the Biden administration had made a serious cut in their proposal to get relief funds to HBCUs--and that story was incorrect. Trey Baker is a Director of Public Engagement for the Biden administration and he tells us that, in truth, the Biden administration is currently proposing a historic amount of funding for HBCUs, but the total dollar amount is still undecided. That's where congress comes in. See the HBCU-funding fact sheet here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/10/09/fact-sheet-the-biden-harris-administrations-historic-investments-and-support-for-historically-black-colleges-and-universities/ Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In this month's podcast, Medtech Insight's Reed Miller and Marion Webb provide a recap of our digital health coverage in August and September, including start-ups that grabbed new funding, news from AAOS 2021 and regulatory news. Medtech Insight articles addressing topics discussed in this episode: Akili Pays $37.5M To License Tali's Tech For Early Childhood Attention Impairments https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144365/Akili-Pays-375M-To-License-Talis-Tech-For-Early-Childhood-Attention-Impairments Hagar Lands Funding To Develop Noninvasive Glucose Monitoring Watch https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144335/Hagar-Lands-Funding-To-Develop-Noninvasive-Glucose-Monitoring-Watch Flywheel.io Raises $22M And Buys Out Competition https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144463/Flywheelio-Raises-22M-And-Buys-Out-Competition Zoll Medical Signs Definite Agreement To Buy Itamar Medical For $538M https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144453/Zoll-Medical-Signs-Definite-Agreement-To-Buy-Itamar-Medical-For-$538M A Closer Look At Think Surgical's Active Open Implant Orthopedic Robot and What's Ahead https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144506/AAOS-2021-A-Closer-Look-At-Think-Surgicals-Active-OpenImplant-Orthopedic-Robot-And-Whats-Ahead Zimmer Biomet Canary Medical Win FDA De Novo For First Smart Knee Implant https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144400/Zimmer-Biomet-Canary-Medical-Win-FDA-De-Novo-For-First-Smart-Knee-Implant Exec Chat: AAOS 2021 Outgoing President Bosco Discusses Hot-Button-Issues – Inpatient-Only List, Pre-Authorization, New Tech https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144412/Exec-Chat-AAOS-2021-Outgoing-President-Bosco-Discusses-HotButton-Issues--InpatientOnly-List-PreAuthorization-New-Tech Market Intel: Robotic Surgery Holds Great Promise, But Is Not Quite There Yet https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144388/Market-Intel-Robotic-Surgery-Holds-Great-Promise-But-Is-Not-Quite-There-Yet New FDA Web Page Spotlights AI/ML Progress https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144493/New-FDA-Web-Page-Spotlights-AIML-Progress MDIC Digital Health Initiative Could Be Crucial To FDA Pre-Cert Program https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144390/MDIC-Digital-Health-Initiative-Could-Be-Crucial-To-FDA-Pre-Cert-Program FDA Greenlights First-Of-Its-Kind Heart Software https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144454/FDA-Greenlights-First-Of-Its-Kind-Heart-Software Another Set Of Eyes: US FDA Authorizes AI Software To Spot Prostate Cancer https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144487/Another-Set-Of-Eyes-US-FDA-Authorizes-AI-Software-To-Spot-Prostate-Cancer Expert: AI/ML Pediatric Software Brings Hope – But Also Potential – To Magnifying Disparities https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144425/Expert-AIML-Pediatric-Software-Brings-Hope--But-Also-Potential--To-Magnifying-Disparities FDA Panel Meeting To Focus On AI/ML Device Labeling, Transparency https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144379/FDA-Panel-Meeting-To-Focus-On-AIML-Device-Labeling-Transparency Congress Marks First Telehealth Awareness Week https://medtech.pharmaintelligence.informa.com/MT144501/Congress-Marks-First-Telehealth-Awareness-Week For more information on Medtech Insight and to start a free trial, click here: http://bit.ly/2w7LnlR
Kathija "Kat" Mohammed is the COO of EnrichHER, a certified B Corporation and financial technology platform that matches revenue-generating companies led by women and founders of color to individual and institutional sources of funding. Since 2017, EnrichHER has deployed upwards of $4 million through its platform and matched business owners to $13 million in working capital through its Accelerator. By providing capital, coaching, and connections, they are fueling the fastest-growing demographic of business owners. Their network has engaged with over 23,000 advocates through its digital community and in-person activations. As a leader, Kat is a growth specialist focusing on building relationships and optimizing operational efficiency. She has over 10 years of operations experience previously working for a non-profit as a Director of Education where she developed educational and professional development programming for hotel owners across the US. She also has experience in data analytics, operations, commercial lending, and retail. Kat is motivated by her desire to positively impact as many people as she can in her life along with her family. Kat is a lover of life and when not honing her professional skills, she can be found enjoying the outdoors or doing creative projects. What you'll learn Why EnrichHER exists, their overall mission, Kat's role as COO, and why they certified as a B Corporation. EnrichHER's experience with going through the extensive B Corp certification process. What issues and barriers still exist for female founders and founders of color within the funding ecosystem. What Kat sees as the biggest area of opportunity for funders, investment firms, and companies like EnrichHER to continue this focused work on diversity, inclusion, and access to capital over the next 5+ years. How to make sure your mission and vision stay locked in and that you're responding to the needs of your stakeholders as you continue to grow rapidly. What is giving Kat the greatest hope for a sustainable future through businesses as a force for good. Follow / Learn More Follow EnrichHER on LinkedIn Follow Kat on LinkedIn Sign up for the EnrichHER Newsletter Email firstname.lastname@example.org Follow EnrichHER on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube We Love Our Community Partners B Local G Georgia: a collection of for-profit companies each dedicated to creating a future where businesses operate as a positive influence on society Inspiredu: Nonprofit Leaders Bridging The Digital Divide AppBarry: Custom Web And Mobile Application Development Classic City Consulting: WordPress Website Development Stratfield Consulting: Consulting, Staffing, Recruiting See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James Shapiro obtained his medical degree from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, and trained in surgery at the University of Bristol. After coming to Canada in 1993, he received training in liver transplantation and hepatobiliary surgery at the University of Alberta, and earned a PhD in Experimental Surgery. Shapiro developed a brand new approach to optimize islet cell transplant engraftment that involved a radical departure from previous practice. Of almost 300 islet transplants attempted before 1999, fewer than 10% of these worked in patients. His protocol was designed to address many of the previous shortcomings by transplanting sufficient numbers of islets into the liver by using multiple donors, and by testing a novel anti-rejection strategy that avoided steroids and allowed the transplanted islets to work at their best. The result became known internationally as the ‘Edmonton Protocol.' Shapiro led the clinical team that tested his approach in seven initial patients, all of whom (100%) were able to discontinue the need for insulin injections for periods beyond a year. He was the lead author in the landmark paper published in July, 2000 that described these results. Since then, he and his team have transplanted almost 300 Canadians and have continued to refine and optimize the protocol. This treatment has been replicated many times internationally, and over 2000 patients worldwide have now received islet transplants using the backbone of his protocol. A large ‘registration' trial conducted in Canada and the USA reported its positive findings in 2016 in the Journal Diabetes Care. Countries including England, Scotland, France, Switzerland, Australia, and Canada have approved and funded islet transplantation as part of ‘standard of care' for patients with brittle, difficult-to-control, forms of Type 1 diabetes. Since the development of the Edmonton Protocol, he has led or co-led three major ongoing international multicentre clinical trials to further improve islet transplantation outcomes. He leads the Edmonton team, which is the largest islet transplantation team worldwide. Shapiro also led the first-in-human stem cell transplant trials in Edmonton, Canada in 2014, and continues to refine stem cell transplantation approaches in patients. So far these studies are proving both promising and safe when tested in Canadians. In his basic science laboratory, Professor Shapiro developed a new means to transplant cells beneath the skin by using a temporary tube to induce new blood vessels to grow. Before then, islet transplants beneath the skin failed universally, but this treatment is now known as the ‘Deviceless Technique'. In liver transplantation research, Shapiro and his team recently conducted two trials in Edmonton of a new machine designed to incubate and keep donated human livers alive outside the body before transplantation. This technology is radically altering our ability to rescue damaged livers and provide safer livers for transplant. It is also allowing these transplants to happen during regular daylight hours. Professor Shapiro further led a cross-Canadian research team to test similar technologies in heart, lung, kidney and pancreas transplantations as part of the Canadian National Transplant Research Project. His busy research lab is currently working on more than 30 projects and 15 human clinical trials. One is an exciting immune reset trial. In this study, people newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes are given a combination of targeted medications designed to reset their immune system and repair the pancreas. Besides maintaining an active immunology/transplant research laboratory, Dr. Shapiro has a busy clinical practice specializing in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, surgical oncology, as well as transplant surgery, and was featured in an internationally acclaimed movie about organ transplantation called ‘Memento Mori.' A shorter length version of this called ‘Vital Bonds' was aired last year across Canada by the CBC's David Suzuki's 'The Nature of Things'. An edited version called ‘Transplanting Hope' has been aired across the USA as part of PBS. This movie is helping to raise awareness about organ donation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Jose Romero, Secretary of the Arkansas Department of Health, discusses the negative impact vaccine misinformation has on efforts to protect communities of color from the COVID-19 virus; Congressman Darren Soto of Florida considers what's next in the push for Medicaid funding in the U.S. Territories; and ASTHO publishes two resources for ASTHO members thinking about how to recruit new forensic pathologists. Webpage: Secretary of health receives Ohtli award for COVID efforts ASTHO Resource: Reducing forensic pathologist shortages: Visas ASTHO Resource: Reducing forensic pathologist shortages: Funding
In this episode we were lucky to talk with Louise Levison about her book Filmmakers and Financing, explaining the importance of having a business plan for your film so you can speak the language of investors to secure financing for your indie film.
Podcast host Jack Monson joins Mike McDowell, Certified Facebook Ad Buyer & Business Manager, to discuss Facebook tips for Franchises courtesy of Social Joey. Facebook is getting into the funding area and connecting businesses with investors or grant partners to get capital with its new Small Business Funding Center. We'll also check out a new instant payment service for small businesses called Facebook Invoice Fast Track. Please join us LIVE and IN-PERSON at Franchise Expo Houston October 29 & 30. We'll be podcasting and chatting with many franchise brand leaders. For more info on the event and to reserve your space, contact Sheila Fischer at email@example.com
In this episode of Dear Grad Student, Elana chats with 2nd year PhD student Melanie and neuroscientist turned science educator, Aida, about how to apply to grad school. They discuss application steps, funding & finances, and finding the right fit for YOU.You can find Melanie on Twitter (@Mel_The_Labrat) You can find Melanie's "Applying to Grad School" Twitter thread here: https://twitter.com/Mel_the_Labrat/status/1328402218928762881You can shop LGBTQIA+ scientist merch here: deargradstudent.com/lgbtqiaFind all episodes, merch, & ways to support the podcast at: https://deargradstudent.comFind the podcast on Twitter: @DearGradStudentFind the podcast on Instagram: @DearGradStudentPodFind automated closed-captioning on: YouTubeFind Elana on Twitter: @elana_glogerMusic provided by: Open Those Bright Eyes by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4171-open-those-bright-eyesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/BetterHelp - Online Counseling Get 10% OFF YOUR FIRST MONTH of the world's largest, 100% online, professional counseling serviceDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://patreon.com/deargradstudent)
In this weekend edition: How an obscure 1960s rule hinders funding for mental health treatment, by Robert Garrova. Plus, CA has rent relief to give, but it's bypassing some immigrant tenants, by Josie Huang. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
On today's episode, Grants Consultants Jaimee Hoefert and Kristina Weaver join the Grant Rant to talk about diversifying funding - when to do it, how to do it, and why to do it. Additionally, applying to two funders for the same problem (eeek!), what happens when you lose funding, and more!
Ahead of SaaStock EMEA 2021 next week, Philippe Botteri (Partner, Accel) & Varun Purandare (Vice President, Accel) are in conversation with Alex Theuma to discuss the upcoming Accel Euroscape 2021 unveiling which will take place at SaaStock EMEA! This will be the 6th year (and counting) that Accel have revealed the Accel Euroscape at SaaStock. In this episode: - Philippe digs deep into what the Accel Euroscape is and what you can expect to hear on the main stage on day 1 of SaaStock EMEA (Oct 12). - Varun shares what it means for a SaaS company to make it to the Euroscape top 100 list and more! Tune in for some insights and teasers into some of the findings on what's happening in SaaS in Europe. This episode is sponsored by Capchase: capchase.com/saastock To hear more growth stories, tips and strategies, get your free ticket now to join us at SaaStock EMEA on 12-14 Oct! https://hopin.com/events/saastock-emea-online-2021?ref=816f9a5f9bfc Become a SaaStock Founder Member - join a private community of ambitious SaaS founders scaling to $10M ARR. Apply now: https://cutt.ly/2ECKuDW
President Joe Biden signed the funding bill which includes $6.3 billion in funding for Afghan refugee resettlement among other critical and urgent needs of the United States. At the U.N. General Assembly, African and Caribbean countries that stand to benefit from reparations were backed by other nations, though those most responsible for slavery and colonialism said little about what they might owe to African descendants.
On the 16th episode of Trauma, But Make It Funny, Bri welcomes her friend from college, Megan Kastner. Megan tells Bri the story about what lead up to her ultimately having to get her colon removed - and there are some twists and turns, people. Bri and Megan talk through a ton of SHIT, literally, with an emphasis on how important it is to advocate for your own health. This story takes place over the pandemic, so that adds another crazy element, which I'm sure you can imagine. Megan's positive attitude about her new life is contagious, and I hope you feel gratitude after hearing this episode, just like Megan feels gratitude after a chronic illness changed her life. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death. AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. AFSP creates a culture that's smart about mental health by engaging in the following core strategies:Funding scientific researchEducating the public about mental health and suicide preventionAdvocating for public policies in mental health and suicide preventionSupporting survivors of suicide loss and those affected by suicideTo donate to AFSP, visit: https://supporting.afsp.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donate.event&eventID=1&language=en
Land Funding with Integrity (LA 1606) Transcript: Steven Butala: Steve and Jill here. Jill DeWit: Howdy. Steven Butala: Welcome to the Land Academy Show, entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill DeWit: And I'm Jill DeWit, broadcasting from the Valley of the Sun. Steven Butala: Today Jill and I talk about land funding with integrity. Jill DeWit: Why is that funny? Steven Butala: I'm just looking at you, waiting. Jill DeWit: Oh. Steven Butala: I'll start. Jill DeWit: Well, do we really need to talk about this? But I guess we do. There's a lot ... It's in everything. Steven Butala: We created what I think ... And I've been thinking about this lately, because I'm trying to figure out, like everybody, what to do with the rest of my life, and this is a good thing. This land thing is a good thing. We've created an environment, a total full-blown, pure supply and demand, laissez-faire environment, called Land Academy. And one of the unintended consequences of that, which is really what laissez-faire is, is just let the market solve itself, is personal land funding. And so new people come in, they don't have a lot of money. They're starting out. It's totally normal and ordinary, and there's older people in the group that have less energy and a lot more money because they've had success. They want to fund and help the young people, which I think is amazing consequence. Jill DeWit: I love it. Steven Butala: But like everything, it comes with a little bit of responsibility and ultimately integrity. And it's starting to show signs of, oh, there's not such fair play going on. Look, we all want the unfair advantage, all of us. This is kind of the show now, but we do have some responsibility to do it correctly, so we'll talk about that. Before that's- Jill DeWit: Yeah. Steven Butala: Before we get into it, let's take a question posted by one of our members on the landinvestors.com online community. It's free, and don't forget to subscribe on the Land Academy YouTube channel and comment on the shows you like. Jill DeWit: Okay, let me just pause for just a moment here. Sometimes you're like, "Can't you be a little more agreeable? Can't you just kind of say 'Okay'? Do you have to comment on everything?" This is actually in our personal life, not really on this environment. Steven Butala: Well, it's not personal anymore. Jill DeWit: Yeah, I know. I'm sharing this. So, maybe, I don't know, 10 minutes ago ... So anyway, so then I sit down and I do it and he's like, "What's wrong?" Like, "Hold on a moment." Steven Butala: I just wonder if you're still breathing if you don't have any snide comments about stuff that I'm saying even on or off the camera. Jill DeWit: Oh. Oh yeah. I'll save them for off. Just kidding. Oh. Steven Butala: You know, if you've ever lived with somebody for a number of years consecutively, that's a show. That's a call-in show. Jill DeWit: Ah, ha, that's really funny. Okay. Jill DeWit: Ty wrote, "First potential deal. Just how risky is doing a notary close on a larger deal? I have a seller who needs their money faster or it's a deal breaker." He says, like, "three or four days. It's a 10-acre buy at $28,000 deal to sell for $80,000ish. Very confident on the numbers, county-verified ownership and no tax issues, legal access via gravel road to the property. I guess I'm asking how bad can it be? Anybody ever just roll the dice? Thinking a warranty deed would cover me, and I'm sure he would have no issues with this. Seller owns his main residence and is not giving any signs of being sketchy. By the way, the $28,000 wouldn't kill me to lose, but I'd prefer to avoid it if possible. Basically if the consensus is there's less than 10% chance of this going sideways, I think I would risk it." Jill DeWit: I know what I would do. Steven Butala: I do too. I bet it's the same thing. Jill DeWit: Okay. Wait. We're going to give our answer and it's going to be either, "Buy it," or "Not.
The House Ways & Means Committee recently released its proposed 2021 tax reform legislation. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, covers the changes being considered that would impact income tax planning, including: Funding the IRS and using tax reform to improve social safety nets Additional childcare credits and other dependent care, childcare, and caregiver provisions Increases to the individual income tax rate, capital gains rate, and 3% surtax over certain thresholds Expansion of NIIT to business income when over certain thresholds Cap on the qualified business income deduction under 199A Wash sale rules applying to cryptocurrency Executive compensation deduction limited to 1M deduction and other business reforms Credits for electric vehicles Access resources related to this podcast: Note: If you're using a podcast app that does not hyperlink to the resources, visit http://pfplanning.libsyn.com/ to access show notes with direct links. Register for our year-end planning webcast that is free with CPE for PFP/PFS members. Access the Proactive Planning Toolkit audio learning to hear about other tax proposals impacting individuals. This episode is brought to you by the AICPA's Personal Financial Planning Section, the premier provider of information, tools, advocacy and guidance for professionals who specialize in providing tax, estate, retirement, risk management and investment planning advice. Also, by the CPA/PFS credential program, which allows CPAs to demonstrate competence and confidence in providing these services to their clients. Visit us online at www.aicpa.org/pfp to join our community, gain access to valuable member-only benefits or learn about our PFP certificate program. Subscribe to the PFP Podcast channel at Libsyn to find all the latest episodes or search “AICPA Personal Financial Planning” on your favorite podcast app.
Dr. Bal Nandra of Ketamine Centers of Chicago and Alexa James of the National Alliance on Mental Illness join Lisa Dent to talk about ways they can help you or your loved ones who are suffering from depression. Dr. Nandra’s patient Maria Palmer explains how one text message to his office brought her exponential relief.
In part two of our Mailbag series, Brian answers listener questions on how to run lean, inexpensive, fast tests on an idea that seemingly has big up front costs (we launch tests for the pasta startup), how niche is too niche, and a framework to deal with stress as a founder.As always, thank you for the questions, and if you'd like to submit a question, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Notes:Tacklebox MethodThe roles available at Oar include: VP, Engineering: https://jobs.jobvite.com/newco/job/ohVGffwRVP, Product: https://jobs.jobvite.com/newco/job/oeUFffwMUI/UX Designer: https://jobs.jobvite.com/newco/job/oTUFffwrSoftware Engineer: https://jobs.jobvite.com/newco/job/oCUFffwaStrategy, Finance and Operations Director: https://jobs.jobvite.com/newco/job/otcRgfwwSocial Media and Outreach Specialist: https://jobs.jobvite.com/newco/job/oebRgfwg
Google is backing a new project from the Linux Foundation to the tune of $1 million that aims to bolster the security of critical open-source projects. GitLab is going public with their IPO, plus we address your feedback and calls! -- During The Show -- 02:45 Caller Chris 450 TB backup is 90% full Connect Multiple FreeNAS Servers Different shares on different servers 45 Drives (https://www.45drives.com/) Twinax (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twinaxial_cabling) Infinaband (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InfiniBand) 09:05 Bhikhu Responds to ANS Ep 252 Conduit (https://conduit.rs/) Mirotalk Heroku (https://mirotalk.herokuapp.com/) Cabal Chat (https://cabal.chat/) Email Solutions Main in a Box (https://mailinabox.email/) Iredmail (https://www.iredmail.org/) Cuttle Fish (https://cuttlefish.io/) Mailu.io (https://mailu.io/1.8/) James Apache (https://james.apache.org/) Accessable Coconut can't host on github due to file size restrictions Matrix is going towards P2P Shut off federation solves many issues Don't host your own email 16:00 In Person LinuxFests? - Jeremy OLF Conference (https://olfconference.org/registration/) Youth Hacking Event (https://fsfe.org/activities/yh4f/index.html) Nugget Registration (https://registration.socio.events/e/nugget2021) Noah's Favorite Thinkpad Models X1 Carbon T480 T490 24:30 Automation of Warehouse - James Run a risk of getting devices with un-flashable chips Cloudfree Shop (https://cloudfree.shop/) Athom Store (https://athom.aliexpress.com/store/group/Tasmota/5790427_517820063.html?spm=a2g0o.detail.100008.9.cf265affja5i7K) My Local Bytes (https://www.mylocalbytes.com/) 26:26 Caller Sabrent Audio Card (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IRVQ0F8/?tag=minddripmedia-20) 28:44 Wireless ISP & Double NAT - Frank Double NAT Cradle Point (https://cradlepoint.com/) Carrier Grade NAT VPN out 36:46 Password ManagerAdd-On? - Jonathan Doesn't pass the sniff test If you trust bitwarden trust them to make a good extension Think about what threat vector you are protecting against 41:20 Noah's Request Drum Charts/National Number System 44:00 Pick of the Week Linux Distro for Windows users MS Software/services included Tech Republic Article (https://www.techrepublic.com/article/windowsfx-is-the-linux-distribution-windows-users-have-been-looking-for/) 45:55 Gadget of the Week Open Book - Open Source Ebook reader GitHub (https://github.com/joeycastillo/The-Open-Book) 47:43 GitLab Goes Public Does this bother people on GitLab? GitLab Press Release (https://about.gitlab.com/press/releases/2021-10-04-gitlab-announces-launch-of-initial-public-offering.html) 51:00 Google Offers 1M to Harden Security in FOSS Public Money should be spent on Public Code Zdnet Article (https://www.zdnet.com/article/open-source-google-is-going-to-pay-developers-to-make-projects-more-secure/) -- The Extra Credit Section -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! This Episode's Podcast Dashboard (http://podcast.asknoahshow.com/253) Phone Systems for Ask Noah provided by Voxtelesys (http://www.voxtelesys.com/asknoah) Join us in our dedicated chatroom #GeekLab:linuxdelta.com on Matrix (https://element.linuxdelta.com/#/room/#geeklab:linuxdelta.com) -- Stay In Touch -- Find all the resources for this show on the Ask Noah Dashboard Ask Noah Dashboard (http://www.asknoahshow.com) Need more help than a radio show can offer? Altispeed provides commercial IT services and they're excited to offer you a great deal for listening to the Ask Noah Show. Call today and ask about the discount for listeners of the Ask Noah Show! Altispeed Technologies (http://www.altispeed.com/) Contact Noah live [at] asknoahshow.com -- Twitter -- Noah - Kernellinux (https://twitter.com/kernellinux) Ask Noah Show (https://twitter.com/asknoahshow) Altispeed Technologies (https://twitter.com/altispeed) Special Guest: Steve Ovens.
Onsite at the STN EXPO in Indianapolis, Tony and Ryan are joined by Director of Transportation Nathan Oliver from technologically forward Monroe County Community School Corporation in Indiana, who shares how student tracking, tablets and lap/shoulder belts are improving both student safety and driver retention. He also discusses the district's current process of fleet electrification, resulting maintenance benefits, the partnerships and training that needed to happen, and some unintended benefits like driver approval and better-behaved students. Read more at stnonline.com/technology and stnonline.com/green-bus.
Merama closes $225M Series B funding round, Ep 66 In this week's Espresso, we cover updates from Sempli, Merama, Wheel the World, and more! Outline of this episode: [0:27] - September VC Recap [0:49] - $10M for SME loans [1:31] - Merama's Series B [2:08] - Cargamos' Seed follow-on [2:57] - Wheel the World's Seed funding [3:34] - Featured article of the week Resources & people mentioned: Startups: Sempli, Cargamos, Merama, Wheel the World Featured articles: What 22 years of investing in LatAm and the Global South has taught me Latam's September Venture Capital Recap
This week, Brian Mac Mahon speaks with Veroniek Vermeulen, Founder of Silatha Silatha is a habit forming meditation app, liberating women in a male dominated society. We believe that women are a powerful force for change in the world and we need women to be able to tap into their inherent powers. We encourage her with confidence and inner strength, so she can stand up to the pressure of today's world. Supporting her through life's challenges like pregnancy, female leadership, menopause, being a new mom, etc. We use anchor meditation to prolong the effect of the meditation and have 5 times higher retention rate vs competition. If you have the next big idea, apply to the Expert Dojo Accelerator: www.expertdojo.com
In the AppSec News, John and Mike discuss Prototype pollution vulns, funding open source project hardening, Let's Encrypt root CA expires, and Marian Trench scanner for Android and Java! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw168
Justin R. Kiehne is a Financial Advisor with Fortitude Investment Group, located in Juno Beach, Florida, where Mr. Kiehne resides. Justin's professional career began in the Aerospace Engineering industry, working in gas turbine engine design and analysis, managing technical teams and customer relationships. With his nontraditional background, Justin brings an experienced, analytical perspective and a passion for customer service to bear in which he seeks to meet and exceed customer expectations. At Fortitude, Justin focuses on real estate and tax-advantaged investments, retirement, and estate planning. He prides himself on delivering high-quality, institutional-grade real estate solutions, alternative investment options, and comprehensive, individually tailored portfolios to the retail investor that seeks to diversify investments, manage market volatility, and help maximize income potential. Mr. Kiehne was raised in Annapolis, Maryland, and is an avid Navy Football fan. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida and a Bachelor of Science degree with a Dual Major in Physics and Biology from Dickinson College. A former award-winning lacrosse and track athlete, Justin maintains an interest in weightlifting, golf, lacrosse, and fishing. Justin maintains his series 7 (General Securities License) and series 66 (Uniformed Combined State Law). [00:01 - 05:48] Opening Segment Get to know Justin Keihne Justin lists what he has been doing in the real estate industry [05:49 - 10:02] What's New in 1031? Breaking Misconceptions on 1031 Exchanges Reinvesting in another piece of real estate How Capital Gains Tax Deferral affects the 1031 Exchange Market Closer to 10-Billion in Escrow [10:03 - 25:06] Capital Gains Tax Deferral, Reduction, and Elimination Why you should buy triple-net properties in slower markets What is a Delaware Statutory Trust? Where have qualified opportunity zones gone? Qualified Opportunity Zones versus Delaware Statutory Trust Choosing either ground-up development or redevelopment Comparing DSTs and QOZs in Terms of Funding [25:07 - 32:35] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsorsGroundfloor offers short-term, high-yield real estate debt investments to the general public. Check www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ to get started. What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education?Exposure. Justin's worst investmentTaking a shortcut What is the most important lesson that you've learned in business and investing?“You need a short memory.” Connect with my guest. See the links below. Tweetable Quotes: “Deferral is not necessarily elimination.” - Justin Keihne “If you're going to hold something for ten years, try to hold brand new development.” - Justin Keihne “Learn from your mistakes and move on.” - Justin Keihne ------------ Connect with Justin Keihne through LinkedIn. Visit their websites https://www.1031dst.com/ and https://www.fortitudeinvestments.com/. Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes
Peter Wendell founded Sierra Ventures, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm that has invested more than $2 billion in a wide variety of successful technology companies. Peter co-teaches Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, “Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital” course with former Google CEO, Eric Schmidt. He is a trustee of Merck and was chairman of the board of Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO), which manages Princeton University's endowment.Peter provides an insider's perspective on venture capital. Find out how start-ups can secure funding and grow to become unicorns – start-ups valued at over $1 billion. There are currently more than 800 unicorn start-ups worldwide.
Salvatore Notaro is the founder and managing director of Vivo Life, an 8-figure brand that sells natural plant-based health and fitness supplements. Vivo Life is on a mission to empower and inspire people to live their full potential whilst supporting the planet we live on and the animals we share it with. Salvatore is using his brand to make the world better, not just by helping their customers, but actually serving real world problems. VIvo Life has planted more than 360,000 trees and removed 55,000 kg of plastic from the ocean. In today's episode, Salvatore will share his story, from struggling with anxiety and depression, to becoming a successful entrepreneur. All this and much more, up next. Bullet points (00:32) Introducing (02:22) Struggling with anxiety and depression (06:38) The start as an entrepreneur (09:08) The turning point: Starting to manufacture (12:05) The manufacturing process (16:03) Developing new products (17:52) Inspiring people through responsible marketing (18:49) Funding the business (26:42) Where does most sales come from? (27:37) Where does most traffic come from? (30:07) Influencer marketing (32:03) Adding value through content creation (34:53) Retail (35:51) Taking social responsibility: Planting trees, removing plastic from ocean and doing carbon neutral deliveries (46:34) Where to find out more (46:49) Rapid fire question round (47:07) If you ever had to start again, how would you make your money? (48:04) What is the most common or biggest mistake that leaders make? (49:39) How do you hire top talent? (51:45) What is one of your proudest moments? (53:14) What is one interesting fact about you that not many people would know? (54:16) What daily routines do you have (morning or evening) that have helped make you successful? (57:00) What book (or books) changed your mindset or life? (58:25) What advice would you give your younger self? (01:00:16) What unusual or underrated food or drink should more people try out? (01:01:37) What makes you happiest? (01:02:54) Any asks or requests for the audience?
René Morkos, CEO and Founder of ALICE Technologies, grew up wanting to build things. That passion led him to degrees in Construction Management and an adjunct professorship at Stanford. In 2015, he founded ALICE to improve the efficiency of complex construction projects. Rene has since raised nearly $40M from an incredible list of investors including Lightspeed, Merus, and Future Ventures. Listen and learn...What René learned from his first job after college working on construction sites in AfghanistanWhy ConstructionTech has attracted nearly $6B since 2014How algorithms figure out what 6,000 people on a construction site should do every dayWhat the world will be like in ten years when technology is fully adopted in the construction industry Why "startups are really just R&D departments for large companies"What's hard about building startups...that they don't teach you in CEO schoolReferences in the episode...ALICE TechnologiesALICE on TwitterAI and the Future of Work with Rachel Chalmers from Alchemist Accelerator
On today's #SkillsetSunday, we're talking to Brian Adams about reverse engineering your pitch in order to accelerate funding. Brian is discussing the 3 problems he's focused on solving for investors, blindfold, commingled funds vs. syndications, and what you need to do before even making your pitch. Brian Adams Real Estate Background: Full-time in commercial real estate 11 years of experience Portfolio consist of 2.7M Sq Ft; $400M gross asset value; 14 markets Based in Nashville, TN Say hi to him at: www.excelsiorgp.com Click here to know more about our sponsors: ThinkMultifamily.com/coaching | Rentify | Deal Maker Mentoring
In this business-focused episode of Carbon Removal Newsroom, we're discussing the major carbontech funding announcements that occurred throughout September, along with the news from Norway's $1.4 trillion sovereign wealth fund that they'll be requiring their portfolio holdings to go net-zero. This episode is hosted by Radhika Moolgavkar, Nori's Head of Supply and Methodology, along with Holly Jean Buck, Assistant Professor of Environment and Sustainability at the University at Buffalo. Plus, give a warm welcome to our new co-host for business-focused episodes: Susan Su, partner focused on climate investing at Toba Capital and course creator for Climate Change for VCs, a course and community through terra.do. *** We start the episode by discussing the news from Norway's sovereign fund: with $1.4 trillion of assets, this fund is the world's largest single holder of stocks, and is the latest pool of investment money using its influence to decarbonize the economy. The fund currently holds a position in several of the world's largest oil companies, so achieving ‘net-zero' may necessitate use of carbon offsets and carbon removal. Meanwhile in the carbontech start-up world, the sustainable chemicals company Solugen announced $357 million of new investment in a venture round lead by Singapore's sovereign wealth fund as well as Blackrock, Carbon Direct, and others. Solugen makes chemicals out of sugars, as opposed to the fossil fuel inputs traditionally used by the highly emitting chemical industry. In the future, the company aims to use CO2 as a feedstock, potentially creating a vast new market for CO2 utilization. Also in September, Prometheus Fuels announced a $1.5 billion valuation after a series B funding round led by shipping giant Maersk and BMW. Prometheus aims to sell ‘electro-fuels' by capturing CO2 directly from the atmosphere, mixing it with water, and then using proprietary catalysts and filters to restructure the chemical bonds to create hydrocarbons. They also say their product will be cheaper than fossil fuels very soon. Also, Droneseed's $36 Million A valuation is more evidence that the carbontech space is hot. On September 8th, Swiss company Climeworks held a launch event for their new Direct Air Capture facility named Orca in Hellisheidi, Iceland. Orca is now the world's largest DAC plant and plans to capture and permanently sequester 4000 tons of CO2 per year, and turn it into basaltic rock. Charm Industrial announced the delivery of 1000 tons of permanent carbon removal ahead of schedule using their bio-oil technology. Finally, Holly Buck finishes the episode with a good news story of the week. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/support
Nicolas Sarkozy given one-year sentence for illegally funding a 2012 re-election campaign. He denies any wrongdoing, and is expected to appeal against the ruling. Also, Italy's PM Mario Draghi tells climate conference that world leaders must be 'whipped into action' on global warning, and how one community in the US is fighting to save sea-turtles from extinction.
In today's episode of the As Told by Nomads Podcast, join me and Nabeeha Kazi Hutchins as we talk about why flexible funding is imperative to movement making and advocacies. As a third-culture kid, Nabeeha shares how her lived experiences of multi-culturalism helped her to grow up resilient and with an open mind. Now, as the President and CEO of PAI, Nabeeha helps us understand the colonization mindset in development as a whole, the problems that hinder easy access to quality women's reproductive healthcare, and how flexibility can be achieved in funding developmental projects and policies. A Tough Talk About DifferenceIn the early 70s, being an immigrant in America wasn't as talked about as it is now. For Nabeeha's parents, preparing her for how the setting would probably differ was essential. Even though she didn't have any significant negative experiences, Nabeeha understood so many things about her difference early. For example, Nabeeha understood that she'd probably be the only brown child in her circle. She'll also probably be the only immigrant and Muslim among her friends. Because she couldn't eat pork, Nabeeha was also made to understand that there is a possibility that she would not be catered to like other kids at school. But to prepare her for all of these, Nabeeha's mom made sure that she had everything she needed. Because they don't fit with the norm, Nabeeha's mom clarified how she couldn't always expect the world to meet her needs and meet her where she is... Yes, these all sound terrible to say to a child. But for Nabeeha, that upbringing gave her the resilience and open mind that she now leads with. Outline of the episode:● [03:20] Nabeeha's early years● [06:06] Growing up in a multi-cultural household…● [08:00] A parent's role is critical when raising third-culture kids● [13:29] How did Nabeeha navigate through her field of career?● [16:10] Following your curiosities can attract the right opportunities.● [18:11] What is PAI?● [20:11] The cross-cutting effects of accessible quality health care and advanced education on sexual and reproductive rights to young women● [24:35] What are some of the biggest barriers that hinder the advancement of better reproductive health care for young women?● [29:04] The colonization mindset in development● [32:20] We need to be flexible when it comes to fundings! ● [35:07] Where do accountability, awareness, and mechanism come in?Resources:Website: https://pai.org/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nabeeha-kazi-hutchins-31ba286/ Connect with Tayo Rockson and the As Told By Nomads Podcast on:Personal Website: https://tayorockson.comUYD Management: https://uydmanagement.com/UYD Collective: https://tayorockson.com/uyd-collectiveLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tayorockson Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/TayoRockson See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Funding for the Durham investigation ends with the fiscal year. Will AG Garland extend the funding?; President Biden approval numbers by state; A review of the day's top stories. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pete continues to break down the state of public education in Hour 3 of the program reading more on Dr. Robert Luebke's piece at the John Locke Foundation. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/petekalinershow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A new study finds China's providing twice as much international development money as the US, but much of it's in the form of expensive loans that countries struggle to repay. Also in the programme: North Korea claims it's successfully tested a hypersonic missile; and could Vitamin A help long Covid sufferers recover their sense of smell? (Photo: A Chinese worker standing next to containers. Credit: EPA/ALEX PLAVEVSKI)
America's crash of deadlines carries risks for the government's budget and just possibly its sovereign debt, and threatens Joe Biden's presidency-defining social-spending reforms. We ask what happens next. South Korea's government is ostensibly cracking down on fake news; in practice it may be hobbling real journalism. And the hopeful view provided by a French conceptual artist's latest work.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Topics DiscussedCongress's busy week: Raising the debt ceiling, Funding the Government, and the future of the Bipartisan Infrastructure BillThe German Election (with Ali Cain)Outside of Politics: Ring TheoryPlease visit our website for full show notes and episode resources. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Democrats are blasting Senate Republicans who all voted against a bill that would fund the government and avoid U.S. default. Plus, at a White House event where he got his Covid booster shot, Pres. Biden spoke of their importance but added it's still critical that those who are unvaccinated get their first shots. Joining the program are Philip Rucker, Lisa Lerer, Jon Meacham, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Mike Murphy, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia.