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The MapScaping Podcast - GIS, Geospatial, Remote Sensing, earth observation and digital geography

This is a story about a peer-to-peer mapping technology that is enabling people to "fight maps with maps"   https://www.digital-democracy.org/ You can find Mapeo here https://www.digital-democracy.org/mapeo/   Promoting OSM projects OpenCage and Mapscaping are working together to help projects based on OpenStreetMap reach a wider audience. Projects will be selected to be featured on upcoming Mapscaping podcast episodes, with all costs covered by OpenCage! Apply here! https://forms.reform.app/NAvQ41/opencage-mapscaping/af9MFV   Recommended Podcast episodes about Off-line mapping MerginMaps - QGIS offline and in the feild https://mapscaping.com/podcast/qgis-offline-and-in-the-field/   https://mapscaping.com/podcast/two-mobile-data-collection-apps-you-need-to-know-about/   More podcast episodes on GIS and GIS careers can be found on our website https://mapscaping.com/podcasts/   Consider supporting this podcast on Patreon  https://www.patreon.com/MapScaping?   Or go to MapScaping.com to find out about sponsoring our website reach out on Twitter https://twitter.com/MapScaping or LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielodonohue/     

摩爾證券投顧
2022.10.05【盤後解析】【台積電大漲半根漲停 全市場唯一預告 450以下可以買】真投資 鐘崑禎分析師

摩爾證券投顧

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 24:37


2022.10.05【盤後解析】【台積電大漲半根漲停 全市場唯一預告 450以下可以買】真投資 鐘崑禎分析師 台股連兩天強彈 相信大家並不意外 早在上週 美元、美債殖利率 還沒轉弱時 我很肯定的告訴大家 「美元、美債殖利率 很快就會下跌 台股很快會強彈」 邏輯很簡單 看到英國央行 被迫實施小型QE 就會知道 全球股市已經到了臨界點 【2330台積電】 上週 全世界大概只有我看好 公開預告 [450以下可以買] 今天跳空大漲半根漲停 最高來到451元 上週買進全部都賺錢 重點 這是一檔 台 積 電 股本高達2500億的超大型股 奇鋐、健策、GIS等 極便宜中小型股 等大型股的資金回補完畢 就會陸續補漲上來 記住 只要美債殖利率不再創高 台股就很難再破底 今年低點 就是13273 - 國際開始資金回流 一堆股票跳樓大拍賣 財富跳躍式成長 就靠這次 即刻來電 0800-66-8085 或私訊詢問 精準的預測 一定要免費加入 ↓↓↓ Telegram搜尋:【@we178】鐘崑禎分析師 https://t.me/we178 Line@搜尋:【@we178】鐘崑禎分析師 https://line.me/R/ti/p/%40we178 #真投資 #鐘崑禎分析師 #摩爾投顧 #台股 #股票 #投資 #商業 #金融 #股市 #台指期 #股息 #淨值 #飆股

The Garden Pod
Learning Strand and GIS Learner Skill Awards

The Garden Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 10:09


Director of Learning, Damian Graizevsky, speaks to Kkabir Bhalla from the Learning Strand of our Student Leadership about the GIS Learner Skills and awards. This episode of the Gardenpod will be of particular interest to GIS parents and students.

Data-Smart City Pod
Cities in the Cloud: Data, GIS, and Digital Twins

Data-Smart City Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 19:35


In this episode of the Data-Smart City Pod, Professor Steve Goldsmith interviews Christine Ma, the Urban Planning Practice Lead at Esri Professional Services. They discuss how cities can use digital, cloud-based copies of the built environment  as a foundation for urban planning and community engagement, while addressing sustainability, resiliency, and equity. Christine also highlights lessons she's learned from supporting cities in their planning work, including the importance of change management and sharing best practices. Music credit: Summer-Man by KetsaAbout Data-Smart City SolutionsData-Smart City Solutions, housed at the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School, is working to catalyze the adoption of data projects on the local government level by serving as a central resource for cities interested in this emerging field. We highlight best practices, top innovators, and promising case studies while also connecting leading industry, academic, and government officials. Our research focus is the intersection of government and data, ranging from open data and predictive analytics to civic engagement technology. We seek to promote the combination of integrated, cross-agency data with community data to better discover and preemptively address civic problems. To learn more visit us online and follow us on Twitter. 

art bell tape vault
Electronic Voice Phenomena - Brendan Cook & Barbara McBeath - 2001-02-20 - Coast to Coast AM

art bell tape vault

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 126:27 Very Popular


the very first show with GIS members brendan cook and barbara mcbeath sharing some of their favorite field recordings of EVPs, or electronic voice phenomena - audio anomalies on recordings that some believe could be voices of the dead

寧夏璐66號茶坊
1005 S5EP.97 ESG同場加映:GIS種樹、無毒白蝦、漁電共生、絮團養殖,是什麼碗糕?

寧夏璐66號茶坊

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 9:47


來賓:未來希望陽光博士楊家彥老師 近年世界各國從企業界到教育現場,開始重視SDGs、ESG永續經營,GIS種樹、無毒白蝦、漁電共生、絮團養殖,是什麼碗糕?跟個人生活有什麼關係?各大平台皆可訂閱收聽>> https://cplink.co/ywb2aAhs 好讀推薦 1.楊家長輩經Podcast 楊家彥博士 2.楊家彥| 綠學院Green Impact Academy 3.ESG理念│TVBS新聞網 4.《少即是多:棄成長如何拯救世界》 5.Let's SDGs! 培養改變世界的行動者 - 親子天下 6.SDGs全球永續發展 寧夏璐好讀推薦→ https://cplink.co/PgUzPM1X 想聽我們聊什麼?許願池開放中>> https://reurl.cc/9XLMAd Apple Podcast、Spotify記得五星讚一下! 找不到五星讚嗎?>> https://reurl.cc/0jeLlA #寧夏璐66號茶坊 #ESG ↓下集關鍵字↓ #回應聽友 #幸福好茶屋LivePodcast #中年危機

De Dataloog
DTl S6A5 - Data Science Modellen verrijken met GEO AI

De Dataloog

Play Episode Play 20 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 40:51


 in deze aflevering van de Dataloog duiken we met Bart Koffeman, manager data & analytics en Gabriela Spakman - Tánásescu, analytics consultant bij  Esri Nederland, de diepte in over het plaatsen van data science-modellen in ruimte en tijd. Ze halen hiervoor diverse use-cases aan waaronder één van Rijkswaterstaat en hun predictiemodel van verhoogd risico op incidenten op de vaarwegen. Verder bespreken we de complexiteit om van een lineaire en tabulaire wereld over te stappen naar de GIS-wereld. Is dit eigenlijk wel complex? Kunnen zware modellen wel gedraaid worden op een geografisch platform en hoe is het platform van Esri in staat om middels end-to-end workflows taakgerichte informatie te delen met diverse stakeholders en gebruikers?   Luister het nu in deze aflevering  Linkjes:Tutorials voor data scientist om modellen te verrijken met GIShttps://learn-arcgis-learngis.hub.arcgis.com/ Meer informatie over wat Esri doet met GeoAIhttps://www.esri.nl/nl-nl/producten/thema/geoai De Levende Atlas is een bibliotheek aan openbare data en modellenhttps://livingatlas.arcgis.com/en/home/   

The Sovereign Homestead Podcast
011 - Design Your Sovereign Homestead Using The SADIMEA Framework

The Sovereign Homestead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 70:37


This week we take a look at the actual process of designing your homestead. The framework we use to guide our design process is called SADIMEA, and it consists of the following 7 phases: Survey - This phase is all about gathering data - developing intimate knowledge of the environment and context within which your life is lived. Analysis - Sifting, sorting, list making, relationship mapping and number crunching to organize & MAKE MEANING from the data.  Design - Many pieces begin to knit together into a cohesive, functional and beautiful whole - where you design a system of systems that is redundantly abundant. Implementation - Planning the work yields to working the plan - shovels in the dirt. Maintenance / Monitoring / Management / Measurement - Attentive and intensive management of newly established systems, and planned maintenance of well-established or mature systems. Collectively, the M-phase of SADIMEA is all about about making sure your system has everything it needs to perform its design function, and learning where it needs improvement and gathering enough feedback that you can make a viable plan for making that improvement. Evaluation - During the Evaluation phase we integrate feedback from the monitoring of systems (new, establishing and climax) and we hold them up against our stated goals & vision & dQoL and ask “How am I doing?” “Is this working?” etc. Adjustment - Iteration of your designed systems, conducting safe-to-fail experiments, and improving by doing. SADIMEA is simple, straightforward, and flexible enough to be applicable in pretty much any design scenario that is dealing with complex systems (such as a homestead). Show Resources Download Google Earth Pro - easy mapping for your homestead Download QGIS - free, open-source GIS mapping application if you need/want more mapping horsepower. Detailed SADIMEA blog post with all the nitty gritty details and lots of links. NRCS Web Soil Survey portal - easy, fast way to high-level information about your soils and their strengths, weaknesses and capabilities. VIDEO: Visual Soil Survey - get out and dig a hole! BOOK: When Weeds Talk - by Jay L. McCaman - excellent resource for inferring what is going on in your soils based on the weeds you observe growing there. SADIMEA Illustrated Poster [PDF]   Getting started designing your homestead? START HERE: Enroll in the Minimum Holistic Goal Creation Mini-Course today for free. This is the ONE THING that will make everything else easier or unnecessary on your homesteading journey! 100% Free Upon completing this course you will have a crystal clear idea of who and what resources you have to work with, your desired Quality of Life that your homestead has to provide for, and what you will need to produce and the conditions required to sustain that production to meet your Quality of Life needs.   Music by Alex Grohl

Geomob
Miguel Marques: Mapidea

Geomob

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 30:59


This week join Ed as he chats with Miguel Marques, founder and CEO of Mapidea. Miguel’s small team helps big companies like Vodafone and Domino's to use their own data to create maps with meaning for them. Ed and Miguel discuss the lack of spatial culture in companies and a lack of awareness about the simple solutions that already exist for them. How do you connect the user with their right solution? By educating and involving the user, Mapidea has managed to retain customers for the long term. Tune in for this lively chat about the difficulty of creating a simple GIS product and the startup scene in Portugal. Plus, learn how Miguel’s tool for visualising census data: Locali is helping people to tell the story of their surroundings. Show notes on the Geomob website, where you can also learn more about Geomob events and sign up for our monthly newsletter.

Thinking Spatially
What are the 10 most important educational benefits to GIS?

Thinking Spatially

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 16:16


Join me as we discuss the 10 most important educational benefits that GIS (Geographic Information Systems) offers.  The post What are the 10 most important educational benefits to GIS? appeared first on Joseph Kerski, Ph.D. - Geographer.

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Armstrong and Getty
That's Some Nice Fluting

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 37:33 Very Popular


Hour 3 of Thursday's A&G: Is it unfair to bring up climate change when discussing Hurricane Ian? Jack has to pay out of pocket to fix his Tesla. Chaos in the Press Room of The White House. Lizzo and James Madison swapping spit? Not Exactly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
That's Some Nice Fluting

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 37:26


Hour 3 of Thursday's A&G: Is it unfair to bring up climate change when discussing Hurricane Ian? Jack has to pay out of pocket to fix his Tesla. Chaos in the Press Room of The White House. Lizzo and James Madison swapping spit? Not ExactlySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
That's Some Nice Fluting

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 37:26


Hour 3 of Thursday's A&G: Is it unfair to bring up climate change when discussing Hurricane Ian? Jack has to pay out of pocket to fix his Tesla. Chaos in the Press Room of The White House. Lizzo and James Madison swapping spit? Not ExactlySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ICRC Humanitarian Law and Policy Blog
Gender inequality, armed conflict & climate change: why militaries can & should map compounded risk

ICRC Humanitarian Law and Policy Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 19:11


In areas marked by gender inequality, women and girls are particularly at risk of the compounding effects of armed conflict and climate change. Militaries should track these risks to ensure they develop a fuller picture of the human security situation in their areas of operations. To do this effectively, militaries require a different sort of staff tool than is currently produced using ordinary operational analysis methodologies. In this post, part of our ongoing series on Gender and Conflict co-hosted by the ICRC and Just Security, a team of recent graduates from the University of Vermont's Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and their faculty partners propose a GIS mapping model with overlays showing the cumulative intensity of gender inequality, armed conflict, and climate change in the mission area, letting reliable data speak for itself through color. Read the full blog post here: https://blogs.icrc.org/law-and-policy/2022/09/29/gender-inequality-armed-conflict-climate-change-militaries-map-compounded-risk/

Field Notes
From the ground level: streamlining city workflows with field apps

Field Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 24:34


David Webb is a GIS Solutions Developer for the engineering firm, Meshek & Associates. We first met David at the User Conference, where he stopped by our booth every day to discuss the latest features and capabilities of Esri Field Apps. In David's role, he is tasked with developing mobile solutions for clients that help integrate modern GIS capabilities into their city workflows. It was a pleasure to sit down with him and talk about his experiences and passion for GIS. Check out the announcement blog post: https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/field-notes/from-the-ground-level-streamlining-city-workflows-with-field-apps/

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast
365 - JOHN LENNOX | Can Science Explain Everything?

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 53:02


In this episode, we welcome John Lennox to the show. He is a Christian apologist, mathematician, and bioethicist from Northern Ireland. He is the author of many books including Can Science Explain Everything?, Seven Days That Divide the World, Gunning for God, and God's Undertaker. He has done numerous high-profile public debates with noted atheist thinkers like Richard Dawkins, Michael Shermer, Peter Singer, and the late Christopher Hitchens. Additionally, he is an Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford, an Emeritus Fellow in Mathematics and Philosophy of Science at Green Templeton College - Oxford University, an Associate Fellow of the Saïd Business School, and a Senior Fellow at the Trinity Forum. In this interview, we discuss what it was like growing up in Northern Ireland during the sectarian violence between Protestants and Catholics, the difference between “science” and “scientism”, why Christians shouldn't be scared of science, how he prepares for debates with noted atheists, what he thinks is the most compelling arguments for Christianity, his thoughts on Old Earth vs. Young Earth, his thoughts on manhood in the church, why we should worship God with our minds and not just rely on feelings, and much more. Let's get into it…  Go to the ORIGIN website to check out the full line of Origin and Jocko Fuel products: Gis, jeans, boots, protein, energy drinks, supplements, and much more. Use the promo code KYLE to get 10% off your order! Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Puestos pa'l Problema
PPP Extra: En el muelle de Peñuelas...

Puestos pa'l Problema

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 81:37


Presentado por nuestros patrocintos y patroncitas PYME: -- Armería Gutierrez en Arecibo, tu armería (y club de tiro) patroncito. Haz los trámites para tu portación de armas o practica tu puntería en Arecibo. Búscalos en Facebook como Armeria Gutierrez o llámalos 787-878-2995. -- Prendepr.com es un servicio nuevo que salió justo a tiempo para los apagones. Desarollado pro GMT Corp, el servicio ayuda a las organizaciones a responder a desastres o crisis con el fin de apoyar los esfuerzos de respuesta con tecnología de sistemas de información Geográfica (GIS en inglés) Este programa proporciona aplicaciones configurables , licencias y usuarios ilimitados y soporte técnico para sus operaciones GIS de emergencia, completamente gratis por un periodo de 3 meses con posibilidad de expandirlo. Todos los municipios, organizaciones sin fines de lucro y agencias estatales que estén trabajando en la emergencia pueden solicitar acceso al programa. En GMT, Corp Estamos aquí para asegurarnos de que obtenga la ayuda que necesita para comprender la situación, tomar mejores decisiones y responder de manera más efectiva durante una crisis. Visita el website ahora mismo y en prendepr.com Para información puedes comunicarte a info@gmtgis.com / Tel 787-250-8182 -- GV Tennis Club: ¡tu instructor de tennis patroncito con más de 10 años de experiencia! Ofrece clases a domicilio o en sus facilidades en Cupey. Clases para niños desde 5 años... Si tienes cancha en tu urbanización, Gabriel le llega. Llamalo para más detalles al 787-585-6225 Instagram y Facebook GV Tennis Club Oferta Exclusivas Para Patroncitos: Una Clase Gratis Al Comprar Un Package de 5 Clases –- Archipiélago Histórico es un podcast sobre historia de Puerto Rico. El objetivo de este proyecto es hacer accesible un contenido histórico altamente especializado a las masas. Esto se logrará a través de un formato ameno, natural, y conversacional. Se pretende romper con el carácter sobrio e inaccesible típico de la academia por ser intimidante y poco atractivo a las masas populares. El proyecto nace del interés por deshacer la cultura elitista de la academia, específicamente en el campo de la historia. Por décadas, los historiadores se han limitado a dar clases, hacer investigaciones, y publicar libros. Todo esto está muy bien. Pero no han habido esfuerzos significativos para difundir esta información al público general. En mi opinión, en la medida en que esto no se haga cualquier contenido que se produzca es irrelevante. Conocer el pasado es conocer el presente. Además, la historia puede ser consumida con propósitos de entretenimiento. La historia se puede mirar como un relato real que es interesante y curioso. Este proyecto aspira a satisfacer estas dos vertientes. El contenido presentado será producto de investigaciones académicas, no temas superficiales. Tal contenido será específico y enfocado. Por ejemplo, uno de los temas que tocaré será la historia del reactor nuclear que había en Rincón. ¿Por qué se construyó? ¿Por qué se construyó en Rincón? ¿Qué propósito cumplía? ¿Por qué ya no está en funcionamiento? Para contestar estas interrogantes estaré trayendo a un ingeniero mecánico con intereses en ingeniería nuclear. El podcast será en formato audio. El mínimo de duración será de una hora. El objetivo detrás de imponer un mínimo de tiempo responde al interés de evitar un contenido simplista y superficial. Ya te puedes suscribir en un app de podcast favorito. Al final de este episodio compartiremos un trailer para que te pumpees. El primer episodio ya está arriba. Suscríbete al podcast aquí - https://linktr.ee/archipielagohistorico -- En este episodio: todos los chismes a 8 días del paso de Fiona incluyendo los trucos de los chavos de FEMA, la sublevación de los Alcaldes y el tanquero de diesel en Peñuelas. También, un update a la demanda de Elías Sánchez a Jay Fonseca.  Conoce la lista de organizaciones que merecen tu apoyo y donativos en prneeds.cash  Con Jonathan Lebrón (@SrLebron) y Luis S. Herrero (@lherrero). Sigue a PPP en Twitter, Facebook e Instagram. ¿Te gusta el podcast? ¡Déjanos 5 estrellas! Nuestro logo y camisetas fueron diseñadas por Gabriel René. Síguelo en @gabrielrodz | https://gabrielrene.com Nuestra música fue compuesta por CPR EFFE. Descarga su disco "Treinta y Ocho". ¡Riega la voz! Dile a tus amigos que se pongan al día escuchando PPP.Suscríbete a nuestro Patreon y recibe contenido exclusivo, artículos: https://patreon.com/puestospalproblemaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FranceFineArt

“Parisiennes citoyennes !“Engagements pour l'émancipation des femmes (1789—2000) au musée Carnavalet – Histoire de Parisdu 28 septembre 2022 au 29 janvier 2023Interview de Christine Bard, professeure d'histoire contemporaine à l'Université d'Angers (UMR TEMOS), membre de l'Institut universitaire de France,et de Juliette Tanré-Szewczyk, conservatrice du patrimoine, responsable du département des sculptures et du patrimoine architectural et urbain, musée Carnavalet, commissaires de l'exposition,par Anne-Frédérique Fer, à Paris, le 27 septembre 2022, durée 13'43.Communiqué de presseCommissariat général :Valérie Guillaume, directrice du musée Carnavalet – Histoire de ParisCommissariat scientifique extérieur :Christine Bard, professeure d'histoire contemporaine à l'Université d'Angers (UMR TEMOS), membre de l'Institut universitaire de FranceCommissariat scientifique au musée carnavalet :Catherine Tambrun, attachée de conservation au département Photographies et Images numériquesJuliette Tanré-Szewczyk, conservatrice du patrimoine, responsable du département des sculptures et du patrimoine architectural et urbainL'exposition « Parisiennes citoyennes ! » nous entraîne dans une ambitieuse traversée historique, de la Révolution française jusqu'à la loi sur la parité, sur les traces des luttes que les femmes ont menées à Paris pour leur émancipation.Le musée Carnavalet présente une synthèse inédite sur l'histoire et la mémoire des luttes pour l'émancipation des femmes en se concentrant sur l'histoire des féminismes à Paris.Aux côtés de certaines figures incontournables, d'Olympe de Gouges à Gisèle Halimi, une large place est faite aux Parisiennes moins connues ou anonymes : citoyennes révolutionnaires de 1789, de 1830, de 1848, Communardes, suffragettes, pacifistes, résistantes, femmes politiques ou syndicalistes, militantes féministes, artistes et intellectuelles engagées, travailleuses en grève, collectifs de femmes immigrées…Le parcours de l'exposition suit un fil chronologique qui commence avec la revendication du « droit de cité » pour les femmes, pendant la Révolution, et se clôt avec la loi sur la parité, en 2000. Entre ces deux dates se déploie une dynamique de l'émancipation des femmes explorée dans toutes ses dimensions : elle implique le droit à l'instruction comme celui de travailler, les droits civils et les droits civiques, si difficiles à obtenir, mais aussi la liberté de disposer de son corps et l'accès à la création artistique et culturelle.Peintures, sculptures, photographies, films, archives, affiches, manuscrits, ou autres objets militants voire insolites, rendent compte de la diversité des combats et des modes de revendications. Les Parisiennes citoyennes ont mille et un visages au service d'innombrables causes, dans une capitale qui crée l'événement, fabrique des icônes et rend possible les avant-gardes et les combats collectifs.Catalogue de l'expositionParisiennes citoyennes ! Engagements pour l'émancipation des femmes (1789-2000) Un ouvrage Sous la direction de Christine Bard, Catherine Tambrun et Juliette Tanré-Szewczyk avec les textes de Christine Bard, et les illustrations inédites de Lisa Mandel, comprenant 180 reproductions, est publié aux Éditions Paris Musées.#ParisiennesCitoyennes Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Through the Human Geography Lens
Protecting and Preserving Cultural Property with Dr. Laurie Rush

Through the Human Geography Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 19:58


On this episode of Through the Human Geography Lens, hosts Terri Ryan and Gwyneth Holt talk with Dr. Laurie Rush, the Cultural Resources Manager and Army Archaeologist at Fort Drum, New York. 00:35 Upcoming WWHGD Webinar on Cultural Heritage and Human Geography scheduled for October 19th, 2022. Register here. 00:50 Defining "cultural heritage" and "cultural property". Cultural heritage Cultural property 01:05 Unique, powerful, and sensible definition from Dr. Rush. 01:30 The Hague definition. The Hague Convention on protecting cultural property in armed conflict 02:00 Describing her role as a cultural resources manager. 03:35 Expanding her role to teach cross-cultural landscapes to deploying soldiers. 04:35 Drawing parallels between international sensitivity and our internal domestic perspectives on cultural property. 05:40 Example: "Tooth of the Dragon", a pointed rock, in the Bamian valley of central Afghanistan. A discussion of the Bamian Valley The Nara Principles for Cultural Restoration 06:35 Is there a database of important sites like "Tooth of the Dragon"? 07:35 Local community partnership development. Ideally, with the keepers of the heritage before any disruptive events. 10:15 A GIS layer with important cultural artifacts localized seems highly desirable. Are there any risks in that accumulation or exposure? War and Heritage from the Getty Conservation Institute 12:35 How do you train soldiers to support this cultural task when deployed? Cultural preservation Training Aids from the Smithsonian 13:30 Example: Remote Afghan water systems with surface holes easy to spot. A discussion of the Qanat water systems of the Middle East (Dr. Rush uses the regionally correct term "kareez"). 14:50 Other examples: Smithsonian's Dr. Katherine Hanson helping strategic planning to save Raqqa from ISIS. The Battle for Raqqa (2017) Article about Raqqa preservation by Dr. Hanson. 16:05 The staying power of ancient places to the people who live there. Ex: The Temple of Artemis at Sardis in Turkey. The Temple of Artemis at Sardis Disclaimer: Opinions expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the WWHGD sponsors and should not be construed as an endorsement. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wwhgd-support/message

TD Ameritrade Network
Devon Energy (DV) & General Mills (GM): Best Dividend Stocks & How To Trade

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 8:23


Devon Energy (DVN) crushed its last earnings on the top and bottom line, says Kevin Simpson. He discusses dividend paying stocks. He talks about how DVN shares are up more than 25% in 2022 and its 3Q earnings will be released Tuesday, Nov. 1st, postmarket. He goes over how DVN is committed to to paying out most of its free cash flow as dividends going forward. He then talks about General Mills (GIS) and how he likes its management's efforts to create a differentiated portfolio of brands. Tom White then joins to demonstrate example trades using DV and GIS. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.

Smart Firefighting
Episode 130: Technology Summit International from IAFC Calls All Public Safety Innovators with Chiefs Dan Munsey & Jeff Dulin

Smart Firefighting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 16:56


Did you know that IAFC has a new conference? Hello Smart Firefighting Community! Welcome to another episode of covering real world innovations via interviews with fire service and technology industry experts that empower YOU to develop your very own Smart Firefighting strategy! In this episode: - What is the Technology Summit International from IAFC? - Why all public safety innovators should attend - How can you get involved with the technology council? SFF got to hear from Fire Chiefs Dan Munsey and Jeff Dulin about International Association of Fire Chiefs' upcoming conference: Technology Summit International (TSI)... Chief Munsey began his career in Yucca Valley as a paid-call firefighter and pursued a career as a full-time firefighter shortly after. In 1998, Munsey joined San Bernardino County Fire Department as a full-time firefighter/paramedic and became chief in November 2019. He's enjoyed a diverse career including executive leadership and management experiences in both the rural and metropolitan fire service communities. Chief Munsey believes strongly in being active and involved in community service, ensuring department diversity, hiring from our communities, and working in collaboration with other agencies to ensure public safety. Jeff Dulin is a retired Deputy Chief from the Charlotte Fire Department after 32 years where he served as a Deputy Chief for 14 years over the Communications, Training, EM/Homeland Security and Special Operations Divisions. Jeff has spoken nationally and internationally on disaster and homeland security and emergency management issues, and has served as the Deputy Operations Chief of the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. Jeff currently serves on 3 federal committees overseeing national standards for homeland security, emergency management and active shooter events, and has deployed to 9 federal disasters serving as a member of incident management teams. He is a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School with a masters in homeland defense and national security. Jeff retired from the Charlotte Fire Department in 2015 and became the Assistant Director of the Research and Data Analysis Center for the International Association of Fire Chiefs. In this role, Jeff oversees all research projects and firefighter health and safety initiatives. Jeff has been very active in the GIS arena developing one of the first ArcGIS viewers for the Charlotte UASI region in 2008 and has now developed the IAFC's national GIS viewer a national platform for sharing GIS data to fire departments for planning and situational awareness. Jeff oversees the National Mutual Aid System which is developing the next generation of mutual aid that uses Esri ArcGIS Online for geospatial visualization of resource data. Connect with Chief Munsey: LinkedIn Connect with Chief Dulin: LinkedIn Join our SFF Community! Head to www.smartfirefighting.com to discover how SFF accelerates innovation for emergency responders, to find out when our next event is or review our curated resources! Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn

The Vanguard Podcast
Mixed Reality as a Force Enabler: Now & Future

The Vanguard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:59


In the latest episode of Vanguard Radio, J. Richard Jones is joined by Duncan McSporran, Chief Operations Officer & VP Defence and Public Sector, Kognitiv Spark. Mr. McSporran is a former military officer with a background in applied remote sensing, cartography, and GIS. He is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and Oxford Brookes University. In 2016, he helped to set up Kognitiv Spark which has grown into a global leader in the field of Augmented and Mixed Reality. His conversation with J. Richard Jones provides a brief over of Mixed Reality and its role in future deployments. Also in this episode: Learn the difference between Mixed Reality and Virtual Reality Why this distinction is important What is RemoteSpark? How Mixed Reality is being implemented by defence clients How secure is Mixed Reality technology? How will the use of Mixed Reality evolve over the next 5 to 10 years?

L'info en intégrale - Europe 1
Marie-Louise Giraud, avorteuse sous Pétain - Le débrief

L'info en intégrale - Europe 1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 9:20


En 1940, à Cherbourg, pendant l'occupation Allemande, Gisèle est enceinte. Mais son mari René doit partir travailler en Allemagne. Gisèle veut avorter et elle se tourne vers sa voisine, Marie-Louise Giraud. Ni l'une ni l'autre ne sait comment faire.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Marie-Louise Giraud, avorteuse sous Pétain - Le récit

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 32:55


En 1940, à Cherbourg, pendant l'occupation Allemande, Gisèle est enceinte. Mais son mari René doit partir travailler en Allemagne. Gisèle veut avorter et elle se tourne vers sa voisine, Marie-Louise Giraud. Ni l'une ni l'autre ne sait comment faire.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Marie-Louise Giraud, avorteuse sous Pétain - Le débrief

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 9:20


En 1940, à Cherbourg, pendant l'occupation Allemande, Gisèle est enceinte. Mais son mari René doit partir travailler en Allemagne. Gisèle veut avorter et elle se tourne vers sa voisine, Marie-Louise Giraud. Ni l'une ni l'autre ne sait comment faire.

L'info en intégrale - Europe 1
Marie-Louise Giraud, avorteuse sous Pétain - Le récit

L'info en intégrale - Europe 1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 32:55


En 1940, à Cherbourg, pendant l'occupation Allemande, Gisèle est enceinte. Mais son mari René doit partir travailler en Allemagne. Gisèle veut avorter et elle se tourne vers sa voisine, Marie-Louise Giraud. Ni l'une ni l'autre ne sait comment faire.

Geomob
Marco Bernasocchi: QGIS

Geomob

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 41:23


If you’re a part of the GIS community there is little chance you haven’t heard of QGIS. This week Steven chats with one of the people behind QGIS, Marco Bernasocchi, chair of the QGIS association. Opensource advocate, consultant, and developer Marco explains how QGIS has evolved over the past 20 years, and how an open source project like this is financed. As Steven points out open source projects like this one are true miracles. The perfect example of the collaborative nature of the GIS community and what can be accomplished when people are willing to work together. Show notes on the Geomob website, where you can also learn more about Geomob events and sign up for our monthly newsletter.

The MapScaping Podcast - GIS, Geospatial, Remote Sensing, earth observation and digital geography

After 12 years of working as a GIS specialist / Consultant, I quit and I am ready to move on.    Looking back at the last 12 years if I could go back in time and give myself some advice I would tell myself these 8 things.   Boring Work won't necessarily lead to interesting work Getting good at something typical leads to doing more of that thing Have more empathy for the professionals that you work with Think more about where you are trying to go Network Find a mentor Sometimes it's just not a good fit You don't get to decide what is broken Things I need help with Share the podcast with a friend, a community anyone that you think might find it interesting or helpful I am looking for projects based on or around OpenStreetMap - this is part of a promotional campaign that I am doing together with OpenCage - More information here   More podcast episodes on GIS and Geospatial topics can be found on our website https://mapscaping.com/podcasts/   Consider supporting this podcast on Patreon  https://www.patreon.com/MapScaping?   Or go to MapScaping.com to find out about sponsoring our website reach out on Twitter https://twitter.com/MapScaping or LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielodonohue/       

TD Ameritrade Network
GL, NRG, GIS: How To Trade & Technical Trends

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 14:22


Global Life (GL), NRG Energy (NRG), and General Mills (GIS) are today's big 3 stocks. Tom O'Brien and Ben Lichtenstein discuss how to trade, as well as the technical trends of these stocks. They also go over how the Federal Reserve's decision to raise rates 75BPS affects these stocks. Tune in to find out more about GL, NRG, and GIS, in addition to the stock market today.

TD Ameritrade Network
General Mills (GIS) Earnings & Consumer Staples Stocks To Watch

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 7:31


It appears consumers ability to continue to absorb all of inflationary impact is slowing, says Greg Portell. He and Kevin Green discuss General Mills (GIS) earnings. They talk about the key takeaways from GIS's earnings including that GIS beat earnings and raised its fiscal year outlook. Kevin notes that GIS's pricing power pushed organic sales by 10% even as the amount of food sold dropped year over year. They then go over consumer staples stocks to watch such as Kellogg (K), Campbell Soup (CPB), and Mondelez (MDLZ). Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.

Outdoors with Hiking Bob – Studio 809 Radio
320 TOPS Story Map from TOSC

Outdoors with Hiking Bob – Studio 809 Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 31:32


On this week's podcast, Bob chats with Trails and Open Spaces Coaliton (TOSC) Executive Director Susan Davies and also GIS expert Mike Rigney about their development of  "story map" that details some of the history and highlights of the Colorado Springs Trails, Open Space and Parks (TOPS) program. They discuss the history of the TOPS program and where it is heading in the future. TOPS Story Map: https://bit.ly/3BzZBgD TOSC website:  https://www.trailsandopenspaces.org/ Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/hikingbob for more information Hiking Bob website: https://www.HikingBob.com Wild Westendorf website: https://www.Wildwestendorf.com Where to listen, download and subscribe to this podcast: https://pod.link/outdoorswithhikingbob

Creative Habits Podcast
Have you ever heard of the term brown babies?

Creative Habits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:01


Have you ever heard of the term brown babies? Brown Babies is a term used for children born to black soldiers and white women during and after the Second World War. In January 1942, after the US had entered the war, a large number of American servicemen (known as GIs) were shipped to Britain. Over the next three years approximately 3 million GIs passed through the country, of which approximately 8% were African-American. As of 1955, African-American soldiers had fathered about 5,000 children in the American Zone of Occupied Germany,[2] making up a significant minority of the 37,000 illegitimate children of US soldiers overall. In Occupied Austria, estimates of children born to Austrian women and Allied soldiers ranged between 8,000 and 30,000, perhaps 500 of them biracial. In the United Kingdom, West Indian members of the British military, as well as African-American soldiers in the US Army, fathered 2,000 children during and after the war.[6][7] A much smaller and unknown number, probably in the low hundreds, was born in the Netherlands. Other names for the term brown babies include "war babies" and "occupation babies." In Germany they were known as Mischlingskinder ("mixed race children"), a derogatory term first used under the Nazi regime for children of mixed Jewish-German parentage. It is estimated that approximately 2,000 ‘brown babies' were born in Britain during the war and nearly all of them were illegitimate. Brown babies' was the term given to these children by the African-American press. Nearly half of these babies were given up to local authorities or children's homes, such were the difficulties and pressures facing the mothers: the stigma of having an illegitimate and ‘coloured' child, and the fact that between a third and a half of the mothers were already married. English and German authorities tried to discourage relationships between white British women and black troops but many romances began at dances Black troops were not allowed to marry their pregnant white girlfriends and many of the children were given up for adoption, according to Prof Lucy Bland, from Anglia Ruskin University, who interviewed 50 of them for a book called Britain's Brown Babies. Speaking on The Localist - Suffolk podcast, Prof Bland says: "Nearly half of these babies were put in children's homes. They were often lied to and told their fathers were dead and that their mothers didn't want them. "They were often called names and didn't understand. Some of them didn't even realise they were a different skin colour; no-one was explaining it to them." Very few of them were adopted. Officials said it would be impossible to place mixed-race children and the government blocked adoptions from the US, worried they would be seen as dumping them there. The children grew up in predominately white areas — the sites where the GIs had been largely based: south and southwest England, South Wales, East Anglia and Lancashire, where they had little or no black or mixed-race role models. Most suffered racism, the stigma of illegitimacy and a confused identity. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/creative-habits/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creative-habits/support

Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast
96. 'Tracking Gas Infrastructure With GIS & Other Digital Tools' With Angela Marra, TECO Peoples Gas

Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 28:10


In today's modern world, everything has data behind it that can be tracked, monitored, reported, and analyzed. Nowhere across the economy is that truer than in the utility sector, where investments in infrastructure are major sources of public spending, where anything going wrong and interrupting energy supplies can be dangerous for customers, and where the rapidly advancing concept of the digital utility is forcing leaders to rethink what can be turned into data. Especially with the gas utilities who inherently put their expensive installations underground and reaccessing them for maintenance or repair is both costly and largely inconvenient, using advanced tools to track this infrastructure has gained a lot of steam in recent years. Among the leaders of this charge for better digital tracking of gas infrastructure has been TECO Peoples Gas in Florida. In the past few years, TECO has undertaken the massive project to implement GIS and mapping services for every single piece of gas infrastructure placed underground, tracking the model of the equipment, who the welder was, the precise location it lives, and so much more. To get a better insights into the how and why of it all, the Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast is thrilled to welcome Angela Marra, Supervisor of GIS and Mapping Services at TECO Peoples Gas. She dives deep into this topic with podcast host Jason Price and producer Matt Chester to highlight the benefits of this practice and why other utilities should catch up to implement these solutions as well. Key Links: Energy Central Post with Full Episode Transcript: https://energycentral.com/o/energy-central/episode-96-%E2%80%98tracking-gas-flows-and-infrastructure-gis-and-other-digital-tools Angela Marra's ENergy Central Profile: https://energycentral.com/member/profile/angela-marra Did you know? The Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast has been identified as one of the industry's 'Top 25 Energy Podcasts': blog.feedspot.com/energy_podcasts

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast
360 - DEAN INSERRA | The Bible's Plan for Sexuality

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 62:13


In this episode, we welcome Dean Inserra to the show. He is the founding and lead pastor of CITYCHURCH in Tallahassee, FL. Dean graduated from Liberty University and attended Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He holds a MA in Theological Studies from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is pursuing a D.Min from Southern Seminary. He is also an advisory member of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission's Leadership Council with the Southern Baptist Convention. In this interview, we discuss his new book Pure: Why The Bible's Plan for Sexuality Isn't Outdated, Irrelevant, or Oppressive, how the “purity movement” of the 1990s and 2000s potential damaged young people, why we should see marriage as a cornerstone and not a capstone, why most churches won't address the issue of homosexuality, how to make your church man-friendly, why cohabitation is such an issue even with Christians, and much more. Let's get into it…  Go to the ORIGIN website to check out the full line of Origin and Jocko Fuel products: Gis, jeans, boots, protein, energy drinks, supplements, and much more. Use the promo code KYLE to get 10% off your order! Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Defend Your Ground
Episode 12: A Deep Dive into Moab's Gemini Bridges/Labyrinth Rims Plan

Defend Your Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 45:05


In this episode we are joined by Patrick McKay from Colorado Off-road Trail Defenders. He is a good friend and produces phenomenal field work that he shares freely to enable off-road advocacy organizations and their members to increase the effectiveness of their comments. If you're wanting to add your voice to prevent the closure of 437 miles of the most popular trails on earth in Moab, the discussion in this episode will give you multiple ideas for improving your comments. Since this issue will affect all off-road users, dirt bikers, and dispersed camping users, please help us share this information. In the episode we discuss the GIS maps that Patrick made available to inform your comments. We also discussed BRC's action alert tool that makes it easy to send your comment to the BLM. Don't forget to customize your comment with information learned from this podcast: https://www.sharetrails.org/dont-let-blm-close-437-miles-of-the-most-popular-trails-on-earth-in-moabs-labyrinth-rims-gemini-bridges-travel-management-plan/ If you've never been to Moab, you should consider entering our Moab Adventure Vacation Sweepstakes. By entering you will be supporting our efforts to keep Moab open for adventure: https://www.tapkat.org/blueribbon-coalition/y9AVw5

Data-Smart City Pod
Recast - Driving Racial Equity through Data and Mapping

Data-Smart City Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 14:58


In this episode of Data-Smart City Pod, Professor Steve Goldsmith interviews Elana Needle, the director of the Racial Equity Anchor Collaborative at the Latino civil rights organization UnidosUS. The Anchor Collaborative is a collection of national, multi-racial organizations that advances equity by visualizing, tracking, and sharing data on issues like census responses, voter suppression, and police accountability. The Collaborative is intent on identifying and repairing the racist power structures that have disenfranchised millions of Americans of color, while best directing their funding in a data-driven way.    Music credit: Summer-Man by KetsaAbout Data-Smart City SolutionsData-Smart City Solutions, housed at the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School, is working to catalyze the adoption of data projects on the local government level by serving as a central resource for cities interested in this emerging field. We highlight best practices, top innovators, and promising case studies while also connecting leading industry, academic, and government officials. Our research focus is the intersection of government and data, ranging from open data and predictive analytics to civic engagement technology. We seek to promote the combination of integrated, cross-agency data with community data to better discover and preemptively address civic problems. To learn more visit us online and follow us on Twitter. 

Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast
95. 'Debating Utilities' Role In Transportation Electrification' With Esri's Bill Meehan & Pat Hohl

Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 29:13


The evolution of transportation systems to be electrified has been a rising story in the power sector for years, and thanks to advancing technologies and progressing electric vehicle (EV) policies it is also poised to be the defining story for utilities over the next decade or two. EVs bring the electric power sector and the transportation industry together like never before, and because the changes needed are so unprecedented, power leaders don't have a singular playbook to follow on how these coming years should play out. While thought leaders in the energy space agree that change is coming and utilities must prepare, the precise strategy for this transformation does not have a consensus. As these conversations play out, geographic information systems (GIS) and related tools will be critical, but the exact way to utilize these solutions even sparks debate. And so on this episode of the Energy Central Power Perspective Podcast, returning guests Bill Meehan and Pat Hohl, both Directors of Electric Utility Solutions at Esri, join podcast host Jason Price and producer Matt Chester to take these debates to the airwaves. What should utility leaders be doing today to prepare for the EV future of tomorrow? What are the best ways to integrate GIS tools in that process? And how exactly will the next 5, 10, 20 years play out? Bill and Pat go point-counterpoint in the Power Perspectives Podcast's first debate. Key Links: Energy Central Post with Full Episode Transcript: https://energycentral.com/o/energy-central/episode-95-debating-utilities-role-transportation-electrification-esris-bill Esri's Electric Utilities Page: https://www.esri.com/en-us/industries/electric/overview Bill Meehan's Energy Central Profile:https://energycentral.com/member/profile/360/about Bill's first apperance on the podcast:https://energycentral.com/c/iu/energy-central-power-perspectives%E2%84%A2-podcast-episode-12-%E2%80%98-unlock-modern-utility-gis Modeling Electric Distribution with GIS By Bill Meehan: https://www.esri.com/about/newsroom/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/modeling-electric.pdf GIS for Enhanced Electric Utility Performance by Bill Meehan: https://www.amazon.com/Enhanced-Electric-Utility-Performance-Engineering/dp/1608075591/ref=sr_1_1?crid=9UCPMZE5TCYB&keywords=enhanced+electric+utility+performance+with+GIS&qid=1663019244&sprefix=enhanced+electric+utility+performance+with+gis%2Caps%2C170&sr=8-1 Pat Hohl's Energy Central Profile:https://energycentral.com/member/profile/204983/about Pat's first appearance on the podcast:https://energycentral.com/c/iu/energy-central-power-perspectives%E2%84%A2-podcast-episode-10-%E2%80%98-past-future-circuits-how Bill and Pat's Podcast Episoe from Earlier this Year: https://energycentral.com/o/energy-central/episode-80-taking-geographic-approach-public-grid-investment-bill-meehan-and-pat Taking the Community Pulse: How Prepared Are Utilities for the EV Revolution?: https://energycentral.com/o/esri/taking-community-pulse-how-prepared-are-utilities-ev-revolution Did you know? The Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast has been identified as one of the industry's 'Top 25 Energy Podcasts': blog.feedspot.com/energy_podcasts

Semi-Qualified Queens
Canada's Drag Race Season 3 Episode 9!

Semi-Qualified Queens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 82:23 Very Popular


Juice Boxx and Synthia Kiss cover the finale episode of CDR3 from top to bottom (with extra fun tangents) PLUS an exclusive interview with the winner herself, Gisèle Lullaby!! We talked about her future plans, Disneyland and a cookie that had her good fortune that final day on set ⭐️

NewSpace India
Indian Space History Memory Monologues - Dr Mukund Rao

NewSpace India

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 34:22


Dr Mukund Rao has served ISRO in shaping the Indian Remote Sensing and National Natural Resources Management System (NNRMS) programme and has led development of number of EO/GIS applications for national developmental sectors – Natural Resources Information System (NRIS), National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI), National Urban Information System (NUIS) and National GIS. He has led defining national policies for EO and for National GIS. Later, Dr. Rao has led GIS industry to develop a variety of enterprise GIS solutions and image applications for projects in USA, Singapore, Middle-East, Japan and India. He was instrumental in the design and implementation of Delhi state SDI, India's NSDI metadata portal and many other unique applications.This is a project by Spaceport SARABHAI (S2) to capture anecdotes of people who have contributed to the development of India's space program. S2 is India's 1st dedicated Space think tank that aspires to be global, collaborative, and inclusive. More about S2 - http://www.spaceportsarabhai.org/White paper on Indian supplier landscape: “Driving innovation in the Indian space sector using digital technologies”Discover how Dassault Systèmes can help New Space companies achieve fast, sustainable innovation: The New Frontier of Satellite Technology 3D Perspective on New Space, new horizons Support the NewSpace India podcast by becoming a Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/newspaceindiaWant to keep in touch with the NewSpace India community? Do join us on Discordhttps://discord.gg/WRJ8Yagb8TUniverse by Sappheiros https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusicCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The MapScaping Podcast - GIS, Geospatial, Remote Sensing, earth observation and digital geography

This is a story about a hobby project called Scribble Maps that grew into business… but it's also a story about the opportunities and challenges of creating geospatial tools for non-geospatial professionals. Jonathan Wagner “Its easy to get people to make a map today, but how do you get them to come back and make a map tomorrow?” Special Offer for Listeners The MapScaping Audience ScibbleMaps.com/mapscaping   More podcast episodes on GIS and GIS careers can be found on our website https://mapscaping.com/podcasts/   Consider supporting this podcast on Patreon  https://www.patreon.com/MapScaping?   Or go to MapScaping.com to find out about sponsoring our website reach out on Twitter https://twitter.com/MapScaping or LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielodonohue/   

Armstrong and Getty
Stretchy Wetsuit

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:24 Very Popular


Hour 2 of Thursday's A&G: Is the new Apple Watch too woke? TruthSocial is in danger. The Queen is dead, or not. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Data Bytes
Enabling Positive Change Through Data with Marcia Drake

Data Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 43:55


Overview Marcia Drake is the Deputy of Data Acquisition and Data Management at the State of Washington Health Care Authority and has over 20 years experiences working in a variety of public service roles. In today's episode, Marcia Drake shares her inspirational story of how she turned her weaknesses into her strengths, how she takes a purpose driven approach to data projects, and her thoughts on how women can drive change in the metaverserve. About Marcia Drake Marcia Drake has a passion for helping others to turn data into actionable results to make a difference in the world. With 24 years of data and IT experience in state, federal and private agencies, her data journey has involved saving lives, reducing collisions, studying social behavior patterns, solving crimes, improving systems, increasing data quality, evaluating systems, and local, state, federal and tribal committee work. She is a former chair of the USDOT NCSA NHTSA Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) National Information Technology Advisory Panel, and has served as a grant peer reviewer on numerous grants for the United States Department of Justice. Marcia has worked with traffic safety and transportation data, health data, court data, law enforcement and crime data, GIS, and other social science data. She is a trained anthropologist, crime, traffic and intelligence analyst who served with both the Washington State Patrol and Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations at Microsoft Global Security- Microsoft Headquarters. Later, she spent several years working for the Washington State Courts as the Data Quality Coordinator. Marcia is currently the Deputy of Data Acquisition and Data Management at the Washington State Health Care Authority. Marcia has received numerous awards throughout her career, including from the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), National Center for Statistical Analysis (NCSA), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, and the Washington State Patrol. Additionally, Marcia is trained in Feminine Power Transformational Leadership, life and business coaching, and Impact Economics. She has an interest in sustainability and solving problems at the global level and is a certified blockchain enterprise professional. Learn more about our mission and become a member here: https://www.womenindata.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/women-in-data/support

KSFO Podcast
Stretchy Wetsuit

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:13


Hour 2 of Thursday's A&G: Is the new Apple Watch too woke? TruthSocial is in danger. The Queen is dead, or not. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Stretchy Wetsuit

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:13


Hour 2 of Thursday's A&G: Is the new Apple Watch too woke? TruthSocial is in danger. The Queen is dead, or not. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast
356 - What is a "MAGA Republican" Exactly?

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 96:05


In this episode, we do a deep dive on Co-President Biden's big “unity” speech from last week. Also, in the Quick Hitters segment, we'll discuss Voddie Baucham destroying woke biblical arguments surrounding homosexuality in under 30 seconds, Ai technology now being able to draw pictures, the fallout of the Dobbs decision pushing abortion supporters towards the Democrat party for the midterm elections, Google search results prioritizing abortion facilities over crisis pregnancy centers, the sharp increase in sterilization of women and men seeking to get vasectomies, a new study showing that the much-maligned Ivermectin reduces COVID death risk by 92%, and two men going on a stabbing spree that left 10 people dead and another 15 injured in Saskatchewan, Canada. Let's get into it… Today's sponsor: KC CATTLE COMPANY Wagyu steaks, wagyu roasts, pasture raised chicken, pasture raised Berkshire pork, wagyu bacon cheeseburger bratwurst, world famous wagyu gourmet hot dogs, and more. www.kccattlecompany.com Use the promo code KYLE to get 15% off your order! Go to the ORIGIN website to check out the full line of Origin and Jocko Fuel products: Gis, jeans, boots, protein, energy drinks, supplements, and much more. Use the promo code KYLE to get 10% off your order! Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Paths in Progress
Andrea: Disaster Scientist, Geologist, Published Author

Paths in Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 54:58 Transcription Available


Both of Andrea's parents were geologists, so Andrea definitely did NOT want to be a geologist….until she realized how much she loved her geology classes!  After loading up on science courses in her first two years at a community college, Andrea transferred to a four year institution where she majored in Geology, double minored in Geography and Oceanography (which is what she wanted to pursue in her career), with a certificate in remote sensing GIS technology.  Little did she know that her first job out of college would set the course for the next 20+ years of her career in Disaster Science, including her Masters degree in Disaster Science.  If you have ever wondered about the people working tirelessly to predict disasters, report data about disasters, respond to disasters on the ground, and later rebuild back better after disasters–don't miss this conversation!  That love for Oceanography never left Andrea, as evidenced in her recently published first novel, Beneath the Deep, available here:  https://www.andreachatman.com/ 

Illuminate Higher Education
Mapping the Spread of the Pandemic with Dr. Xiurong Zhao, Professor at Renmin University of China

Illuminate Higher Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 32:30


Dr. Xiurong Zhao, is from China and has been teaching at the Renmin University of China for 22 years, which is in Beijing. She mainly teach Chinese students; but has also taught American students and the Swiss students.  Dr. Zhao was visiting scholar at the University of Harvard, UCL and the University of Warwick. She was seconded to the University of Geneva four years.  Her research interest included the social history of medicine in the Early Modern England. The project that she is going to do at Oxford University will be on the topic of “The use of GIS to map the infectious diseases in Victoria England”, which is sponsored by Gale and Oxford Bodleian library. She really appreciate the opportunity. This episode is brought to you by N2N's Illuminate App, The iPaaS for Higher Education. Learn more at https://illuminateapp.com/web/higher-education/Subscribe and listen to more episodes at IlluminateHigherEducation.comContact Dr. Xiurong Zhao:   https://www.linkedin.com/in/xiurong-zhao-b1527111Learn more about Renmin University of China: https://www.linkedin.com/school/renmin-university-of-china/       

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast
354 - FBI Election Meddling, Trans-Affirming Pastors, & More

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 46:13


In this episode, it's all Quick Hitter as we look at Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook telling Joe Rogan that the FBI instructed him to throttle the Hunter Biden laptop bombshell prior to the 2020 election, a woke pastor in Australia saying churches should “create space for gender-inclusive bathrooms”, the greatest doctor in the history of medicine, Dr. Fauci, announcing he's retiring at the end of this year, and a K-12 school district in my own backyard hiring a pro-CRT DEI firm to train its teachers. Let's get into it… Go to the ORIGIN website to check out the full line of Origin and Jocko Fuel products: Gis, jeans, boots, protein, energy drinks, supplements, and much more. Use the promo code KYLE to get 10% off your order! Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast
352 - No, Christians Should Not Support Student Loan “Forgiveness”

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 58:45


In this episode, we analyze the Biden Administration announcing their plan to “forgive” billions of dollars worth of student loan debt. What are the political implications of this move? What are the spiritual implications of this move? Should Christians support student loan forgiveness? Let's get into it… Go to the ORIGIN website to check out the full line of Origin and Jocko Fuel products: Gis, jeans, boots, protein, energy drinks, supplements, and much more. Use the promo code KYLE to get 10% off your order! Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast
348 - PETE ROBERTS | Make it in America Again

Undaunted.Life: A Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 92:28


In this episode, we welcome Pete Roberts to the show. He is a 3rd-degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt and the Founder of Origin USA, which is a fast-growing company headquartered in Farmington, Maine. Origin is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu lifestyle brand focused on creating dynamic products and training gear that both elevate and promote the culture and sport of BJJ. Origin's core products are jiu-jitsu gis, jeans, and boots, and they are expanding into hunting gear. He also runs Jocko Fuel, which is Jocko Willink's nutrition supplement line that includes protein, energy drinks, greens, vitamins, and other supplements. Overall, Pete's goal is to bring manufacturing back to the US. In this interview, we discuss why he started on the jiu-jitsu journey, why everyone should train jiu-jitsu, his failed entrepreneurial ventures prior to founding Origin, how he got connected with Jocko Willink, why he decided to spearhead bringing manufacturing back to the United States, the difficulty inherent in creating products in the US, what makes Origin gis so special, what we can expect from the new hunting line, and much more. Let's get into it… Go to the ORIGIN website to check out the full like of Origin and Jocko Fuel products: Gis, jeans, boots, protein, energy drinks, supplements, and much more. Use the promo code KYLE to get 10% off your order! Episode notes and links HERE Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices