Capital of Finland
Could building more homes and offices out of wood instead of concrete help tackle climate change? We travel to Finland, where growing numbers of homes and offices are being built using wood, and the industry is booming. We'll hear how it can help improve sustainability in cities and take a look at the challenges and benefits of using more wood inside our offices and homes. And we'll also hear concerns about the impact on the country's famous forests. Presenter Maddy Savage speaks to Miimu Airaksinen - vice president of development at Finnish building company SRV, about the construction process and the technology being used. Mai Suominen, a senior forest expert for the World Wildlife fund explains the benefits of using wood to make buildings, because they can store carbon that's already been removed from the atmosphere by trees for decades. Ali Amiri from Aalto University has been exploring the costs and benefits of using wood for building - and the impact of the war in Ukraine which has increased interest in wood as a building material. And Maddy gets a tour from Linda Helen of an eight story wooden office block in Helsinki that's home to one of Finland's biggest gaming companies Supercell. Produced and presented by Maddy Savage. (Image - wooden building in Helskini. Credit: BBC)
¿Puede una IA obtener copyright? Netflix apuesta por los juegos y Nvidia presenta GET3D.Noticias: -WhatsApp empezó a desplegar la capacidad de crear enlaces para unirse a llamadas.-Nvidia presentó un modelo llamado GET3D que puede generar objetos 3D como edificios, vehículos y personajes de videojuegos, con una capacidad de generación de cerca de 20 objetos por segundo usando una sola GPU.-Netflix anunció la creación de un estudio interno para creación de videojuegos con sede en Helsinki, Finlandia. -El primer ministro de Australia, Anthony Albanese, dijo en la estación de radio 4BC que el gobierno tiene la intención de revisar la legislación de privacidad para que cualquier empresa que sufra una violación de datos, deba compartir detalles con los bancos sobre los clientes que podrían verse afectados.-La artista neoyorquina Kris Kashtanova recibió un registro de derecho de autor dentro de los Estados Unidos para su novela gráfica generada con ayuda de Inteligencia Artificial “Zarya of the Dawn”. Análisis: Copyright en tiempos de arte asistido por IA¿Prefieres leer las noticias? ¡Suscríbete a mi newsletter y te llegarán todos los días! Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/noticias-de-tecnologia-express. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Russlands Präsident Wladimir Putin hat diese Woche eine Teilmobilmachung verkündet, rund 300.000 Reservisten müssen damit rechnen, demnächst an die Front in die Ukraine geschickt zu werden. Gleichzeitig werden in den von der russischen Armee besetzten Gebieten der Ostukraine sogenannte Referenden darüber abgehalten, ob diese Regionen von Russland annektiert werden sollen. Was bezweckt Putin mit dieser erneuten Eskalation? Ist sie ein Zeichen der Stärke, der Schwäche oder schon der Verzweiflung? Wie stabil ist das System Putin? Antworten auf diese Fragen geben BR-Osteuropa-Experte Henryk Jarczyk und der russische Politikwissenschaftler Sergej Medwedjew, ehemals Professor an der Freien Universität in Moskau Medwedew lebt seit März im Exil in Helsinki, Christine Hamel hat ihn zum Interview getroffen.
Welcome to Episode 118 of Autism Parenting Secrets. The topic this week is on genes and how better understanding your genetic makeup can lead to better focus and decision making. Bob Miller is our guest and he's back with some exciting new insights. This discussion will build on our first discussion - see Episode 109.So please watch that episode first in order to get the most out of this one.Bob Miller is a Traditional Naturopath specializing in the field of genetic-specific nutrition. In 1993, he opened the Tree of Life practice and he has served as a traditional naturopath for 27 years. He created an online certification course on genetic nutrition that has empowered over 900 health professionals and he founded Functional Genomic Analysis, an online software program that organizes and analyzes genetic SNPS for functional health professionals across the world.This is going to be more of a presentation than a discussion because of the nature of the material. While genes are important, there's something even more impactful. The secret this week is…GENETICS Loads The Gun, ENVIRONMENT Pulls the TriggerYou'll Discover:A Potential Root Cause You Can't Overlook (3:28)The Combination of Factors That Makes People Very Sick (7:31)Why Some People Have Symptoms From Toxic Exposure And Others Don't (10:45)What is the NADPH Steal (13:33)Why Heme Oxygenase and Bilirubin Are Worth Looking At (18:34)What Might Be Behind “Hangry” (24:02)How Software Makes Connections We Couldn't Make Before (38:01)When Ice Cream Helps (44:12)A Misconception That Is Absolutely False (49:25)About Our Guest:For the past several years, Bob Miller has been engaged exclusively with functional nutritional genetic variants and related research, specializing in nutritional support for those with chronic Lyme disease.Bob lectures nationally and internationally at seminars to educate health care practitioners about genetic variants and nutritional supplementation for achieving optimal health, and holds live webinars every other Thursday evening for health professionals. In 2016, he created an online certification course on genetic nutrition for health professionals now training over 900 health professionals in the program.Bob is a frequent guest on many podcasts such as Dr. Jill Carnahan, Better Health Guy, Dr. Joseph Mercola, and many others.To support his growing genetic research efforts, in 2015, Bob founded and personally funds, the NutriGenetic Research Institute to research the relationship between genetic variants and presenting symptoms.His first research project on genetic variants in those with chronic Lyme disease, was one of two winners for research by the ILADS international meeting held in Helsinki, Finland. His Phase II study of Lyme disease was presented at the American ILADS conference in November 2016, Phase III was presented at the International ILADS conference in Paris, France in May 2017 and his Phase IV study on mTOR and Autophagy in Lyme disease was presented in Boston, November 2017. Phase V was presented in Warsaw, Poland in June 2018 and his Phase VI was another winner presented in Chicago, Illinois in November of 2018 which showed increased variants in the Heme pathway and Mast Cell genes. Phase VII presented in Madrid, Spain in June of 2019 research showed how genetic variants in genes related to the production of and utilization of NAD+ and NADPH are creating what is now referred to as the ‘NADPH Steal'. In 2020, he presented his research at the online ILADS conference on genetic mutations in the synthesis and utilization of bile.Bob has created 72 nutritional supplement products exclusively for health professionals for Professional Health Products and Functional Genomic Nutrition through Compounded Nutrients. The products he formulated are based upon his genetic research and are designed to support function that may be impaired by genetic weakness.Bob is the founder and president of Functional Genomic Analysis, an online software program that organizes and analyzes genetic SNPS for functional health professionals across the world.Memberships:National Association of Certified Natural Health ProfessionalsAmerican Association of Nutritional ConsultantsBoard Certified Naturopath - American Naturopathic Certification & Accreditation BoardBob MillerTree of Life References In This Episode:Watch the VIDEO version of this discussion hereAccess the complete presentation PDF hereAutism Parenting Secrets Episode 109, Genes are CLUES, Not Destiny Additional Resources:Take The Quiz: What's YOUR Top Autism Parenting Blindspot?Free Resource: 33 Mistakes Most Autism Parents Make and How To Avoid ThemGot a Picky Eater? - this can helpTo learn more about Cass & Len, visit us at www.autismparentingsecrets.comBe sure to follow Cass & Len on Instagram If you enjoyed this episode, share it with your friends.Don't forget to subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts to get automatic episode updates for our "Autism Parenting Secrets!"And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on Apple Podcasts. 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University of Helsinki cosmologist & theoretical physicist Dr. Syksy Räsänen joins DOSED to discuss dark matter, quantum physics and uncovering the mysteries of our universe ☄️ Follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/syksyrasanen Download the Callin app for iOS and Android to listen to this podcast live, call in, and more! Also available at callin.com
In unserer 13. Folge von BSN EVENT reden Marisa & Björn über die Presse Tage von Queen Games. Am Wochenende sind Marisa und Björn auf dem Presse Event in Bonn gewesen und haben einige Neuheiten ausprobieren können. Neben den Eindrücken zum Event erzählen die Beiden, wie ihnen Dragon Quest, Helsinki, Powerline, Marrakesch, Hamburg, Amsterdam & New York City gefallen haben.Ihr habt Feedback zu dem Podcast und Themen- oder Gastwünsche? Schreibt uns auf Facebook, Twitter oder Instagram. Außerdem könnt ihr auf unserem Discord Server vorbeischauen und den Podcast auch auf Youtube anhören.
On this episode of the Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman is joined by Apocalyptica, live from Blue Ridge Festival, live from Virginia International Raceway, Virginia. The guys talk about how awesome it was to be playing music it is again after the awful couple of years we have just been through. The speak about how great the crowd was and how much energy they gave. Pipeman loved the set after seeing them for the first time, despite having listened to their music since the 90's. Pipeman particularly like their rendition of Seek and Destroy by Metallica, who they say they supported in 1996 on their fourth or fifth show, and since then they have been in touch, and were even asked to play at their birthday parties. When Pipeman asks them to describe their music, they say you're better off coming to the shows because you wouldn't believe them if they told you. They say it's heavy metal played with cellos, but even then you have to see it to really experience it. The came up with the idea for the band in music university in Helsinki as classical music majors who liked heavy metal, and after a few beers they came up with their sound. Pipeman asks what their parents thought of their music. One of the members spoke about his father being a professional classical musician, but he was taught to listen to music with a really wide scale and an open mind, so this really helped when creating the band. If you want to check the guys out, be sure to follow them on social media where you can reach out to them and give them feedback, so check them out @apocalypticaofficial on Instagram, as well as on Facebook. You can also find all the information you need over on their website Apocalyptica.comPipeman in the Pit is a music and interview segment of The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show (#pipemanradio) and from The King of All Festivals while on The Pipeman Radio Tour. Pipeman in the Pit features all kinds of music and interviews with bands & music artists especially in the genres of Heavy Metal, Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock, Punk Rock, Goth, Industrial, Alternative, Thrash Metal & Indie Music. Pipeman in the Pit also features press coverage of events, concerts, & music festivals. Pipeman Productions is an artist management company that sponsors the show introducing new local & national talent showcasing new artists & indie artists.Then there is The Pipeman Radio Tour where Pipeman travels the country and world doing press coverage for Major Business Events, Conferences, Conventions, Music Festivals, Concerts, Award Shows, and Red Carpets. One of the top publicists in music has named Pipeman the “King of All Festivals.” So join the Pipeman as he brings “The Pipeman Radio Tour” to life right before your ears and eyes.Pipeman in the Pit Podcasts are heard on Pipeman Radio, Talk 4 Media, Talk 4 Podcasting, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Amazon Music, Audible, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts and over 100 other podcast outlets where you listen to Podcasts. The following are the different podcasts to check out and subscribe to:•The Adventures of Pipeman•Pipeman Radio•Pipeman in the Pit•Positively PipemanFollow @pipemanradio on all social media outletsVisit Pipeman Radio on the Web at linktr.ee/pipemanradio, theadventuresofpipeman.com, pipemanradio.com, talk4media.com, w4cy.com, talk4tv.com, talk4podcasting.comDownload The Pipeman Radio APPPhone/Text Contact – 561-506-4031Email Contact – firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Adventures of Pipeman is broadcast live daily at 8AM ET.The Adventures of Pipeman TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com).The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) and K4HD Radio (www.k4hd.com) – Hollywood Talk Radio part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). Pipeman in the Pit Podcasts are also available on Pipeman Radio (www.pipemanradio.com), Talk 4 Media (www.talk4media.com), Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.
On this episode of the Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman is joined by Apocalyptica, live from Blue Ridge Festival, live from Virginia International Raceway, Virginia. The guys talk about how awesome it was to be playing music it is again after the awful couple of years we have just been through. The speak about how great the crowd was and how much energy they gave. Pipeman loved the set after seeing them for the first time, despite having listened to their music since the 90's. Pipeman particularly like their rendition of Seek and Destroy by Metallica, who they say they supported in 1996 on their fourth or fifth show, and since then they have been in touch, and were even asked to play at their birthday parties. When Pipeman asks them to describe their music, they say you're better off coming to the shows because you wouldn't believe them if they told you. They say it's heavy metal played with cellos, but even then you have to see it to really experience it. The came up with the idea for the band in music university in Helsinki as classical music majors who liked heavy metal, and after a few beers they came up with their sound. Pipeman asks what their parents thought of their music. One of the members spoke about his father being a professional classical musician, but he was taught to listen to music with a really wide scale and an open mind, so this really helped when creating the band. If you want to check the guys out, be sure to follow them on social media where you can reach out to them and give them feedback, so check them out @apocalypticaofficial on Instagram, as well as on Facebook. You can also find all the information you need over on their website Apocalyptica.comPipeman's Power of Music is a music and interview segment of The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show (#pipemanradio) and from The King of All Festivals while on The Pipeman Radio Tour. Pipeman's Power of Music features all kinds of music and interviews with bands & music artists especially in the genres of Heavy Metal, Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock, Punk Rock, Goth, Industrial, Alternative, Thrash Metal & Indie Music. Pipeman's Power of Music also features press coverage of events, concerts, & music festivals. Pipeman Productions is an artist management company that sponsors the show introducing new local & national talent showcasing new artists & indie artists.Then there is The Pipeman Radio Tour where Pipeman travels the country and world doing press coverage for Major Business Events, Conferences, Conventions, Music Festivals, Concerts, Award Shows, and Red Carpets. One of the top publicists in music has named Pipeman the “King of All Festivals.” So join the Pipeman as he brings “The Pipeman Radio Tour” to life right before your ears and eyes.Pipeman's Power of Music Podcasts are heard on Pipeman Radio, Talk 4 Media, Talk 4 Podcasting, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Amazon Music, Audible, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts and over 100 other podcast outlets where you listen to Podcasts. The following are the different podcasts to check out and subscribe to:•The Adventures of Pipeman•Pipeman Radio•Pipeman in the Pit•Positively PipemanFollow @pipemanradio on all social media outletsVisit Pipeman Radio on the Web at linktr.ee/pipemanradio, theadventuresofpipeman.com, pipemanradio.com, talk4media.com, w4cy.com, talk4tv.com, talk4podcasting.comDownload The Pipeman Radio APPPhone/Text Contact – 561-506-4031Email Contact – email@example.comThe Adventures of Pipeman is broadcast live daily at 8AM ET.The Adventures of Pipeman TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com).The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) and K4HD Radio (www.k4hd.com) – Hollywood Talk Radio part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). Pipeman's Power of Music are also available on Pipeman Radio (www.pipemanradio.com), Talk 4 Media (www.talk4media.com), Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.
En sommeraften for 60 år siden overnattede fire teenagere i telt ved Bodomsøen, vest for den finske hovedstad Helsinki. Men kun én af de unge kom hjem fra turen igen med livet i behold. I løbet af de sene nattetimer blev de fire venner nemlig udsat for et voldeligt angreb, som er blevet en gåde i finsk kriminalhistorie. Hvad skete der den nat ved søen? Og kan gerningsmanden måske være ham, der overlevede?Tekst og research: Janne Aagaard. Vært: Le Gammeltoft. Tilrettelæggelse og produktion: Christine Runøe & Mikkel Weinell. Musik: Frej Levin.
On this episode of the Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman is joined by Apocalyptica, live from Blue Ridge Festival, live from Virginia International Raceway, Virginia. The guys talk about how awesome it was to be playing music it is again after the awful couple of years we have just been through. The speak about how great the crowd was and how much energy they gave. Pipeman loved the set after seeing them for the first time, despite having listened to their music since the 90's. Pipeman particularly like their rendition of Seek and Destroy by Metallica, who they say they supported in 1996 on their fourth or fifth show, and since then they have been in touch, and were even asked to play at their birthday parties. When Pipeman asks them to describe their music, they say you're better off coming to the shows because you wouldn't believe them if they told you. They say it's heavy metal played with cellos, but even then you have to see it to really experience it. The came up with the idea for the band in music university in Helsinki as classical music majors who liked heavy metal, and after a few beers they came up with their sound. Pipeman asks what their parents thought of their music. One of the members spoke about his father being a professional classical musician, but he was taught to listen to music with a really wide scale and an open mind, so this really helped when creating the band. If you want to check the guys out, be sure to follow them on social media where you can reach out to them and give them feedback, so check them out @apocalypticaofficial on Instagram, as well as on Facebook. You can also find all the information you need over on their website Apocalyptica.comTake some zany and serious journeys with The Pipeman aka Dean K. Piper, CST on The Adventures of Pipeman also known as Pipeman Radio syndicated globally “Where Who Knows And Anything Goes”. Listen to & Watch a show dedicated to motivation, business, empowerment, inspiration, music, comedy, celebrities, shock jock radio, various topics, and entertainment. The Adventures of Pipeman is hosted by Dean K. Piper, CST aka “The Pipeman” who has been said to be hybrid of Tony Robbins, Batman, and Howard Stern. The Adventures of Pipeman has received many awards, media features, and has been ranked for multiple categories as one of the Top 6 Live Radio Shows & Podcasts in the world. Pipeman Radio also consists of multiple podcasts showing the many sides of Pipeman. These include The Adventures of Pipeman, Pipeman in the Pit, and Positively Pipeman and more. You can find all of the Pipeman Podcasts anywhere you listen to podcasts. With thousands of episodes that focus on Intertainment which combines information and entertainment there is something for everyone including over 5000 interviews with celebrities, music artists/bands, authors, speakers, coaches, entrepreneurs, and all kinds of professionals.Then there is The Pipeman Radio Tour where Pipeman travels the country and world doing press coverage for Major Business Events, Conferences, Conventions, Music Festivals, Concerts, Award Shows, and Red Carpets. One of the top publicists in music has named Pipeman the “King of All Festivals.” So join the Pipeman as he brings “The Pipeman Radio Tour” to life right before your ears and eyes.The Adventures of Pipeman Podcasts are heard on The Adventures of Pipeman Site, Pipeman Radio, Talk 4 Media, Talk 4 Podcasting, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Amazon Music, Audible, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts and over 100 other podcast outlets where you listen to Podcasts. The following are the different podcasts to check out and subscribe to:• The Adventures of Pipeman• Pipeman Radio• Pipeman in the Pit• Positively PipemanFollow @pipemanradio on all social media outletsVisit Pipeman Radio on the Web at linktr.ee/pipemanradio, theadventuresofpipeman.com, pipemanradio.com, talk4media.com, w4cy.com, talk4tv.com, talk4podcasting.comDownload The Pipeman Radio APPPhone/Text Contact – 561-506-4031Email Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org The Adventures of Pipeman is broadcast live daily at 8AM ET.The Adventures of Pipeman TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com).The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) and K4HD Radio (www.k4hd.com) – Hollywood Talk Radio part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). The Adventures of Pipeman Podcast is also available on www.theadventuresofpipeman.com, Talk 4 Media (www.talk4media.com), Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.
Synopsis Today's date commemorates the death, in 1957, of the most famous Finnish composer of modern times, Jean Sibelius. Born in 1865, Sibelius studied at the University of Helsinki, developed a strong sense of nationalism in the 1890s, and achieved world fame in the first years of the 20th century. He wrote little after the First World War, however, and lived his last 30 years in almost complete seclusion. Even so, he was one of the most popular composers of his time. In 1938, a recording of his tone-poem “Finlandia” was selected as one of only three pieces of music to be deposited along with other artifacts of modern civilization in an indestructible time capsule buried on the site of the New York World's Fair. By 1957, the enormous acclaim that Sibelius enjoyed during his lifetime had faded somewhat, but these days his reputation seems on the rise once again, as does the influence of Finnish music in general. A remarkable number of talented composers are thriving in that tiny nation today, and operas, orchestral works, and chamber pieces by contemporary Finnish composers like Aulis Sallinen, Einojuhanni Rautavaara, Magnus Lindberg and Kaija Saariaho are increasingly finding worldwide audiences. Sibelius would have been very pleased. Music Played in Today's Program Jean Sibelius (1865-1957): Alla Marcia, from Karelia Suite –Finnish Radio Symphony; Jukka-Pekka Saraste, cond. (RCA 7765)
Supermassiivisen mahtava ja tuhti mielenterveysjakso tuli purkitettua tovi sitten. Hieman normaalia pidempi mutta uskon, että kun laitat soimaan niin aika kuluu kuin siivillä, sen verran asiapitoinen ja miellyttävää kerrontaa täynnä oleva jakso on luvassa. Pohdimme päivän vieraan kanssa mm. mitä meidän tulisi ajatella tunteista? Onko ne totta, oikein tai väärin, voiko niitä padota pöytälaatikkoon ja pitääkö niiden mukaisesti toimia? Toimivatko erilaiset pikaniksit mielen hyvinvointiin, esim. ahdistuksen taltuttamiseen? Jos haluaisi alkaa elää omannäköistä, uudenlaista elämää niin mistä löytää siihen rohkeutta? Mitä tehdä jos elämä tuntuu yhdeltä suorittamiselta? Miten löytää uskallusta ottaa omaa aikaa parantaakseen omaa hyvinvointia? Häpeä estää meitä usein toimimasta siten kuin meistä tuntuisi hyvältä ja estää kokeilemasta uutta polkua elämässä, miten päästä tästä yli? Mitä tehdä kun jännitys, ulkonäköpaineet tai tuska maailmanmenosta meinaa ottaa ylivallan? Miten auttaa toisia mielen hyvinvoinnissa kun ei ole terapeutin tai psykologin koulutusta? Näitä ja muita päivän kysymyksiä pohdimme sosiaalisesta mediasta tunnetun Ville "terapeuttiville" Merisen kanssa. Linkit Optimal Performance - Hyvinvointiluennot ja verkkovalmennukset: https://www.optimalperformance.fi/ - Kuntosali ja valmennuskeskus, Helsinki: https://www.opcenter.fi/ Lahti: https://www.opcenterlahti.fi/ Ville "terapeuttiville" Merinen - IG: https://www.instagram.com/terapeuttiville/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@terapeuttiville - Willfeel.fi: https://willfeel.fi/ - Kirja: John E. Sarno - Healing Back Pain - Kirja: Eckhart Tolle - Läsnäolon voima - Huberman Lab: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2ebY3WNejLNbK47emgjd1E?si=39d97069dbf3488a - Aurora Airaskorpi -jakso: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7iC7iUWFbtGska43CH6gIl?si=e113d2ad55de4c23
Pedro visita Buenos Aires, Javier visita Helsinki y traen todas las novedades de ambos lados. Se perdió un gato y debaten estrategias de gati-localización. Luego ponen las cartas sobre la mesa respecto a sus rutinas de “skin care” y se preguntan por qué los finlandeses no comparten el cubrecama — con nadie.En el mundo del ajedrez hay drama y misterio de mano de Magnus Carlsen y Hans Moke Niemann. También hay misterio en el espacio, y Artemis quiere ir a explorarlo con humanos y todo. ¿Por qué no volvimos a la luna en 50 años?Notas del episodioCubrecamas escandinavosCómo saber si un Airtag te está siguiendo, incluso en Android (Apple)2022 Sinquefield Cup - Torneo de ajedrezEl polémico tweet de Magnus Carlsen (Twitter)Artemis (NASA)Anuncio del lanzamiento de Stable DiffusionProbá Stable Diffusion gratis en HuggingFace (no requiere registrarse)Probá Stable Diffusion en DreamStudio (requiere registrarse)Imágenes de bosques fantasmagóricos por Pedro
Biotechnology is leading the most important scientific revolution since computing. R&D is the key to unleashing biotechnology's potential to transform our world radically, but software hasn't kept up with science. Scientists deserve and urgently need technology that's designed for what they do. But I invited Paul Robson to join me on the podcast to discuss how Benchling R&D Cloud is built for scientific work. We talk about the shortcomings currently present within life sciences R&D that inspired its creation and the role of the cloud, and how its transforming R&D in life sciences to speed up scientific discoveries, including Covid-19 research. About Paul Paul Robson is Head of Field Operations at Benchling, overseeing all aspects of global sales, from deployment and customer success to strategic partnerships and regional expansion. Paul brings more than 25 years of experience scaling high-performing field organizations. Most recently, as President of International at Adobe, he led global business across 160 countries. He joined Adobe in 2011 and played a key role in the company's transformation from packaged desktop software to a cloud subscription model. Prior to Adobe, Paul held leadership roles at Hewlett-Packard and Compaq. Paul is an advisory member on Telecoms and Technology for UK Trade & Investment and board member of techUK. Originally from Australia, Paul graduated from Western Sydney University and holds graduate degrees from INSEAD and University of Helsinki.
Synopsis On this day in 1918, Russian composer Serge Prokofiev arrived in America to give a recital of his piano works in New York. He told interviewers that despite the revolution in his homeland and widespread conditions of famine, Russian musicians continued to work. Prokofiev himself, however, stayed away from his homeland for years. His opera “The Love for Three Oranges” and his Third Piano Concerto received their premieres in Chicago in 1921. From 1922 to 1932, Prokofiev lived mainly in Paris before eventually returning home for good. Another temporary expatriate composer, Jón Leifs of Iceland, also has an anniversary today, when in 1950, his “Saga-Symphony” was performed for the first time in Helsinki. Leifs was born in Iceland in 1899 and died there in 1968. He studied in Leipzig, where, in his words, he (quote) “began searching whether, like other countries, Iceland had some material that could be used as a starting-point for new music… some spark that could light the fire.” Leif's years in Germany coincided with the rise of the Nazis, who at first found him a sympathetic Nordic composer. When Leifs married a Jewish woman, however, he soon fell out of favor and eventually fled to Sweden with his family. After the war he returned home and today is honored as Iceland's first great composer. Music Played in Today's Program Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953): Piano Concerto No. 3 in C, Op. 26 –Martha Argerich, piano; Montréal Symphony; Charles Dutoit, cond. (EMI Classics 56654) Jón Leifs (1899-1968): Saga Symphony –Iceland Symphony; Osmo Vänskä, cond. (BIS 730)
On today's episode, we weigh in on Roma's 2-1 win over Empoli, Paulo Dybala's quick start to life in Rome, the team's scoring struggles, and discuss the upcoming clashes against Helsinki and Atalanta.Thank you to our newest Patron, Rylan Roberts, and to all of our Patrons who make this show possible. You can support RomaPress by going to Patreon.com/RomaPress, benefits include: early access to episodes, extras episodes, and plenty more.Today's episode was brought to you by BetUS: claim your 125% sign-up bonus at the link below by using promo code ROMABET.▶️ https://bit.ly/RomaPressBetUSOur website: www.romapress.net
Robert McKee, A Fulbright Scholar, is the most sought after screenwriting lecturer around the globe. He has dedicated the last 30 years to educating and mentoring screenwriters, novelists, playwrights, poets, documentary makers, producers, and directors internationally. Those who have learned from McKee have called him "the Aristotle of our time" because of his insight into the substance, structure, style, and principles of the grand art of story.Peter Jackson (writer/director of The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Hobbit) has lauded him as "The Guru of Gurus." For the writers of Pixar (creators of Toy Story 1, 2, & 3, Finding Nemo), McKee's Story Seminar is a rite of passage. Emmy Award-Winner Brian Cox also portrayed McKee in the Oscar-nominated film Adaptation.McKee's former students include over 60 Academy Award Winners, 200 Academy Award Nominees, 200 Emmy Award Winners, 1000 Emmy Award Nominees, 100 WGA (Writers Guild of America) Award Winners, 250 WGA Award Nominees, and 50 DGA (Directors Guild of America) Award Winners, 100 DGA Award Nominees.A winner and nominee of BAFTA for his popular Channel Four series Reel Secrets, McKee also wrote and hosted 12 episodes of BBC's Filmworks series. He was profiled by Bob Simon of 60 Minutes for CBS news.McKee's articles on Story have also appeared in hundreds of newspapers and magazines around the world including Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker Magazine, Swiss Business Magazine, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, CBS Morning News, BBC, Channel 4 in UK, RAI (Italy), CBN Weekly News & Morning Glory (China), MBC TV, KBS & Arirang TV, Korea Times (South Korea), Kiev Weekly, Kultura Moscow, all major TV, Radio and/or newspapers of Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Germany, France, India, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Turkey, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, and Switzerland and given seminars in all of the above countries.Since 1984, more than 100,000 students have taken McKee's courses at various cities around the world: Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris, Sydney, Toronto, Boston, San Francisco, Helsinki, Oslo, Munich, Tel Aviv, Auckland, Singapore, Madrid, Beijing, Shanghai, Barcelona, Lisbon, Malaga, Hamburg, Berlin, Johannesburg, Rome, Stockholm, São Paulo, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Beijing, Brussels, Rio de Janeiro, Moscow, Seoul, Istanbul, Hyderabad, Mexico City and many cities regularly.McKee continues to be a project consultant to major film and television production companies such as 20th Century Fox, Disney, Paramount, & MTV. In addition, Pixar, ABC, BBC, Disney, Miramax, PBS, Nickelodeon, Paramount, GLOBOSAT, MNET and other international TV and Film companies regularly send their entire creative and writing staffs to his lectures.His new book is Action: The Art of Excitement for Screen, Page, and Game.ACTION explores the ways that a modern-day writer can successfully tell an action story that not only stands apart, but wins the war on clichés. Teaming up with the former co-host of The Story Toolkit, Bassim El-Wakil, legendary story lecturer Robert McKee guides writers to award-winning originality by deconstructing the action genre, illuminating the challenges, and, more importantly, demonstrating how to master the demands of plot with surprising beats of innovation and ingenuity.Topics include:Understanding the Four Core Elements of ActionCreating the Action CastHook, Hold, Pay Off: Design in ActionThe Action MacguffinAction Set PiecesThe Sixteen Action SubgenresA must-add to the McKee storytelling library, ACTION illustrates the principles of narrative drive with precision and clarity by referencing the most popular action movies of our time including: Die Hard, The Star Wars Saga, Dark Knight, The Matrix, and Avengers: Endgame.Also join Robert McKee's Legendary STORY Seminar LIVE in Los Angeles, New York & LondonIn an intense 3 days, Robert McKee teaches the substance, structure, style and principles of Story. Learn how to apply classical story design – the kind that has resulted in masterpieces of all kinds – to your own cinematic, theatrical or literary premise.
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Adam Duritz has waited decades to play in Israel, a place that he loves, said the Counting Crows frontman in this Times Will Tell podcast ahead of his band's Wednesday night show in Ra'anana, outside Tel Aviv. Duritz visited Israel several times in his teens, hiking through Sinai, working on a kibbutz and later learning Torah in Jerusalem, a "powerful place" for him, he says. Yet Duritz hadn't returned to Israel since then, as he built his career and band, waiting for the right opportunity to make it back to Israel and perform here. The lead singer of the California-founded band, known for hits such as "Mr. Jones," "Round Here," and "Accidentally In Love," credited the physical work he learned on the kibbutz as the foundation for the landscaping and construction jobs that he later did to support himself while building his musical career. He also spoke about his own struggles with religion and faith, and how those issues showed up in his music. The following transcript has been very lightly edited. The Times of Israel: Welcome Adam Duritz to the Times Will Tell, we are very honored to have you with us, and we appreciate you squeezing us into what I know is a busy schedule ahead of your Wednesday night performance in Ra'anana. Adam Duritz: I know I am. I'm very excited to play some place we've never played before. The Times of Israel: It's hard to believe. There's been a lot of preview interviews with you mentioning that you came here and you worked on the kibbutz when you were 18 and you came back to Jerusalem and did a little studying in the holy city. But it has been quite a few decades since you've been in Israel, correct? Adam Duritz: Four, I would think about. Four, yeah. It's been a really long time. The Times of Israel: Are you planning on traveling around for the next couple of days? Are you going to lay low and hang out at the beach? Adam Duritz: Well, I'd like to get a chance to travel around. I really want to go back to Jerusalem because that was someplace I really loved when I was a kid. But I don't really know. It depends on what kind of press and stuff they have us doing. That's the only thing that's going to take up the time. Except for our A gear, has all been in a locker in Liverpool for a year now. So we kind of have to go through that and make sure we have to do some pre-rehearsal with the band and the crew to make sure all the equipment gears. The Times of Israel: It got sent over for a concert that got canceled. And now you're basically doing the tour that you meant to do a while back. Adam Duritz: Because of Covid, I decided to leave it over there rather than bring it back on the risk that we would be able to reschedule the tour. I left it over there because especially nowadays, all the expenses for bands' prices haven't gone up at all, but the expenses are all doubled or tripled freight, airlines, flights, hotels, freight for your gear. All that is double or triple what it was. So I didn't want to waste the money by bringing it all back. There's a lot of things I'd like to do and hopefully I'll get to do some of them. But part of touring is realizing that the gig is everything. The Times of Israel: How is this tour going? I know that you were touring the US and now you're in Europe and you hopped over to Israel, and you have a lot of tour dates all over Europe. What does it feel like to be touring again? Adam Duritz: It's cool. I mean, this is the first gig of the European tour, so we haven't done that part yet. But the shows in America, we did a whole tour last summer and we've been playing gigs off and on this year. It's all been really cool. It's nice to be back playing. The Times of Israel: You've mentioned in a few interviews that it's been 30 years since your first album and that you feel, I guess, a sense of privilege that you guys are still together and that you perform these huge shows, [with] fans that are really excited to see you. Adam Duritz: Not so much that we're still together, but that people are still coming out to see us. You always worry about that because the shelf life of a band is very short, but especially after two years lay off, you really wonder whether things are going to pass you by. But we're still here. The Times of Israel: What was it like getting back onto those stages, getting back together, working together, performing together? Adam Duritz: Well, the same as it's always been. I mean, it's just performing. It's nice to play, you know, I think when you're in a band that was the longest I've ever gone without playing that period during Covid. In my entire adult life, I've never gone that long between gigs, so it was very strange. The Times of Israel: That must be incredibly strange. There are certain songs that are so familiar, so popular, that make people happy. "Mr Jones," "Big Yellow Taxi," "Roundhere." What is it like when you play these songs that you know are beloved by your fans, but that you have to keep on churning out all the time? What is it like to play those songs over again, knowing that your crowd wants to hear them, but knowing that maybe there's other things that you want to focus on more, or maybe not. Maybe those are the songs you always want to bring to your audience. Adam Duritz: If I want to play something else, I would just play it. There's nothing that has to get played every night. The only song that we play every night is "A Long December." And that's because for some reason, that's the only song I never ever get sick of. I don't think there's ever been a night where I didn't want to play that song. I don't know why that is, but I'm never tired of it. Everything else, if there's a night where I don't want to play it, I'm not going to play it. Because I think it would suck to play songs that you don't want to play. The Times of Israel: Really? You would do that to the audience? You would do that to the fans? Not play "Mr. Jones," for instance. Adam Duritz: Yeah, there's been lots of nights where we didn't play "Mr. Jones." I love that song. I love "Mr. Jones," but I want to keep loving "Mr. Jones." I don't want to hate the song. And I would think the quickest way to hating your own music is to play it on nights when you don't want to play it. The Times of Israel: Interesting, given that you've had this long-standing connection to Israel that it took so long to get back here. Adam Duritz: Bands want to go everywhere, but you can't go anywhere unless you have a promoter making you an offer that makes sense. The fact is, there's probably nowhere in the world we don't really want to go. But you just can't go until promoter gives you the right kind of offer. And I don't know that we've had those in the past. This offer was really good. The moment I heard it, I said, absolutely, let's do it. It's taking care of a lot of our European tour because some of the other gigs in Europe are smaller, not as well paying some of them. This is a great gig. I'd like to be able to come back here every few years because to go to a new country and find out that you have an audience where you can go right and play a 6,000-seat arena right off the bat, that's fantastic. I mean, not an arena, an amphitheater. So I don't know about the past, but I don't really remember offers from Israel. The only thing I say is, as soon as I heard this offer, I said, absolutely, let's do it. Okay. I love it here. The Times of Israel: I know it's always a little bit of a pain to come to Israel because of the fact that you have to ship everything over here and then ship it back to Europe. You're not playing in the countries that surround Israel, you're not going to Egypt, you're not going to Jordan, not going to Syria or Lebanon. You didn't get hit with any boycotts or sanctions, you didn't get hit with any criticism of coming to play in Israel. Adam Duritz: No. The only place I really heard about it were in the interviews. But, I mean, I will say that I've been pretty isolated this year because I haven't been out and about very much. Also, we're not exactly the center of the culture right now, so maybe it would be different in that situation, I don't know. But also, like, I'm a Jew. I understand the long tradition of, like, everything is the Jew's fault. I don't really buy it. The Times of Israel: So, talk about that a little bit. Now that you brought it up, what is it like to come back here and to bring the Counting Crows, to bring your people, to bring your band, to bring your bandmates to this place that you connected with a long time ago? What does that feel like? Adam Duritz: It feels pretty cool. It's a really long time ago for me, but there's some pretty powerful memories. I just think for the band, in a lot of ways, you expect your career to be shrinking. You expect to play less and less places every year, so a year where you can come and play, more places to go, someplace new for the first time. I don't think any of the guys in our band, except for me, have been here before, which is pretty rare. This tour, we actually have three cities we've never played, Helsinki and Warsaw and Tel Aviv. And that's kind of great. It's the opposite direction you expect things to go in the later years of your career. So that always makes me really happy, especially if, considering how big the crowd could be here for us, it's someplace we could come back to. The Times of Israel: Can you share a memory? Adam Duritz: I mean, I was a kid, I went through the Sinai. It was still part of Israel back then. I spent a lot of time in Jerusalem. It was very powerful for me, that city, especially the Old City. I worked on a kibbutz for a little while, working in the apple orchard. I dug crap out of a grain silo. I really enjoyed the work. And it's funny because it kind of prepared me in some ways, because that kind of physical work is what I ended up doing to support myself all the years when I was in the band, at first and in different bands, I was a landscaper and I did construction work. And I think one of the reasons I knew that I was okay doing that kind of work is that I had done it. I had done it over here. I'd gotten up really early in the morning and done hard work all day, and that's kind of how I ended up supporting myself in the early days before the band was successful. But the first place I really did a lot of that was on the kibbutz here. Adam Duritz: I went back again a couple of years later when I was 18 and pretty much just spent time in Jerusalem in that time. A lot of it was also that I was a kid and I liked getting wasted and there was no drinking age over here, and I thoroughly appreciated that at the time. The Times of Israel: I don't know if this is too much of a stretch, but are there any of those early moments and early memories that made their way into your music at any point? Or is there any connection there between what you experienced and what you later started creating? Adam Duritz: Well, I think there's a lot of places where my struggle with religion and faith shows up in my music, and that certainly was a part of my time here. The Times of Israel: It's a pretty common theme coming to Israel, coming to Jerusalem, struggling with where you are in terms of faith. And of course, now you're here for work and you're here to perform and to give interviews and to maybe see a little bit of this country that you haven't seen in a while. But do you find that it tugs at you in a certain way or is that sort of in your past? Adam Duritz: Well, there are things about the country that tug at me a lot, like just the history and what part it plays in my own history. Being a Jew, that's a pretty powerful thing for any Jew. Being here is a very, what's the word? Intoxicating in that way. Israel is a heavy liquor for Jews, I would say. But no, the religion doesn't tug at me. I'm past believing things like that. The Times of Israel: Yeah, but the place, the scenery, what you're seeing outside your window, what you see when you drive from the airport, those kinds of things, the people on the street. Adam Duritz: The street, well, not as much from the airport to Tel Aviv, but just the knowledge of what it is and my memories, especially of Jerusalem, maybe if I went over to Jaffa, to the older parts of town. It's incredibly beautiful out the window, looking at the beach, but between me and the beach is a construction zone. I guess they're putting in a rapid transit system. I remember when they did that in LA. That always tears up for a bit. Yeah, I guess it's just like also, it's a country full of Jews, as opposed to being one in a crowd as you are in the rest of the world. In the rest of the world, you're one in a crowd and here you are, the crowd. That's a unique thing. The Times of Israel: Are you brushing up on any Hebrew for the show? Are we going to hear any? Adam Duritz: Yeah, if people are talking, I'll say, sheket. I remember sheket. I remember ken and lo. I remember shalom, which means aloha. I don't remember most of my Hebrew. I could sort of speak it back then, but yeah, I don't remember very much of it now. The Times of Israel: The crowd loves it when some beloved singer comes their way and throws a little shalom and a little sheket b'vakasha (please be quiet). I think they'll be happy on Wednesday night to hear that as well. Where are you in terms of new songs? In terms of new work? I know Covid, as we keep on saying, has been such a struggle for bands. Sometimes it's great for being inspired, and sometimes it has made it really difficult. Where is Counting Crows in terms of new music? Are we going to hear any? Adam Duritz: Well, I had written a second suite, but I threw it out. I sang on my friend's record and he sent me their record before it came out. They're this band called Gang of Youth. They have a new record called "Angel in Real Time." And when I listened to it, it was so good that for the first time, literally the first time in my entire career, I thought, oh, these songs aren't good enough, and I threw them out. So I have to rework.I mean, I'm reworking some of it, but his record was so much better, and that's not good enough. The Times of Israel: Okay, but the point is that you're working, we're going to hear more new music. You guys are going to keep on going for hopefully a very long time. Adam Duritz: The chances of us finding other jobs are pretty slim, so yeah. The Times of Israel: Well, you said landscape and construction. There's always something to fall back on. Right. Adam Duritz: I'm not falling back to that on that. I'll stick with my job. I loved it at the time, but I'm glad I like my new job better. The Times of Israel: The new job that you've been carrying out for a while, happily, for quite a few decades. Excellent. Well, we really thank you for being with us, Adam Duritz, it's great to have you here in Israel and looking forward to hearing you on stage on Wednesday night and hoping you have a great trip and that you get to do a few things and see a few places that you want to see while you're here. Adam Duritz: Absolutely. I hope so. But the main thing I really wanted to do was play here, so one way or another, I'll get it all. I really wanted to play here. Times Will Tell podcasts are available for download on iTunes, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, PlayerFM or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Counting Crows lead singer Adam Duritz at the band's September 14 show in Ra'anana, Israel (Courtesy Shlomi Pinto)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jälleen kerran oli mainio tilaisuus istua pitkän linjan valmentajan kanssa alas ja vaihtaa ajatuksia hyvinvoinnista ja elämäntaparemontin tekemisestä ja jakaa tätä hiljaista tietoa vahvan kenttäkokemuksen rintaäänellä. Puhuimme mm. miksi hyvinvoinnissa kannattaa olla agnostikko ja olla myymättä sielua mihinkään yhteen tiettyyn koulukuntaan? Hyvinvointialalle toivotaan paljon "tolkun metodeja" mutta mitä niillä tarkemmin ottaen tarkoitetaan? Mitä haasteita moderni maailma tarjoaa hyvinvoinnin ylläpitoon? Mitkä ovat päivän vieraan tärkeimmät kivijalat ravinnossa, treenissä ja palautumisessa? Elämäntaparemontissa usein vaikeinta on muutoksen tekeminen, valitulla polulla pysyminen ja itselle parhaiten toimivan kokonaisuuden löytäminen, mitkä ovat vieraan vinkit tähän? Pitääkö olla miten armollinen itselleen, tarvitaanko itsekuria? Miten rakentuu menestyksekäs ura hyvinvointialalla? Näitä ja muita kysymyksiä pureskellaan pitkän linjan valmentajan, Erno Poluksen kanssa. Linkit Optimal Performance - Hyvinvointiluennot ja verkkovalmennukset: https://www.optimalperformance.fi/ - Kuntosali ja valmennuskeskus, Helsinki: https://www.opcenter.fi/ Lahti: https://www.opcenterlahti.fi/ Erno Polus Verkkosivut: https://ernopolus.fi/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/ernopolus/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/ernopolusvalmentaja Patrik Borg -jakso: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2VmgrPbbLk5oHkvcHXL8BB?si=bd8a2154cac44751 Henri Tuomilehto -jakso: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3FBzyGyg40SHynxyJEwU43?si=b301ec2c84194fa8 Olli Tikkanen -jakso: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7cnxMs3xO6ERddUxLInbBs?si=4495395f4c334041
At the recent Helsinki Analytic Theology workshop, I got the opportunity to sit down with the one and only Robin :e Poidevin from the University of Leeds. We chat about God's relationship to space, the nature of omnipresence, and the interaction between theology and different views on the ontology of space. Credits Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a senior fellow at the Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki. Guest: Robin Le Poidevin (PhD, University of Cambridge) is professor of metaphysics at the University of Leeds. Music by Rockandmetal_domination – Raising-questions. rtmullins.com Support the Show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=66431474 https://ko-fi.com/rtmullins
Episode 173 - Dr. Emil Anton is a theologian and author living just outside Helsinki, Finland. He has published four books in Finnish with the last diving into the cultural and religious history of ancient Mesopotamia and modern day Iraq. Through his book “Kahden virran maa” (The Land Between Two Streams) and his many published articles, Emil is unearthing his own past in real time. In this episode we talk about his spiritual awakening in Poland and the many steps that led him on a path of theology and later converged with him discovering his own ancient roots. Website: https://emilanton.com/ Instagram: @emilchristiananton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emil.anton Twitter: @EmilAnton5 This episode is sponsored by @theoushanapartners -- a husband and wife real estate team. Are you considering purchasing or selling a home in Arizona or California? John and Reata are available to help make your next real estate decision into a seamless transaction. Contact the Oushana's at 209-968-9519. Get to know them a bit more by checking out their website TheOushanaPartners.com
We are hosting Paul O'Neill. We closed our last episode at a crucial and rather existential moment. This second part of our conversation extends to our small group of audience members. You will hear Paul responding to questions on the educational turn, auto-theory, and variations on how to work with artists.Ahali Conversations are often recorded with an intimate group of audience members, so if you'd like to be in the loop, and join live sessions, please feel free to get in touch.EPISODE NOTES PART 2This episode includes questions by Alessandra Saviotti, Ula Soley, Enrico Arduini, and Furkan İnan. Paul O'Neill is a curator, artist, writer, and educator. He is currently the artistic director of Publics, in Helsinki, Finland.Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) is an artistic and cultural center based in London. https://www.ica.art/Mick Wilson is an artist, educator and researcher based in Gothenburg and Dublin.Adrian Rifkin is a professor of art writing at Goldsmiths, University of London. http://gai-savoir.net/Dr. Andrea Phillips is BALTIC Professor and Director of BxNU Research Institute, Northumbria University & BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.Richard Birkett was a curator at the ICA, London; and at the Artists Space in New York. He is currently a curator at the Yale Union art center in Portland, Oregon.Dave Beech is an artist and writer. https://www.davebeech.co.uk/Sarah Pierce is an artist based in Dublin.Nought to Sixty was a program of exhibitions and events, curated by Richard Birkett at the ICA, in 2008. Over the course of six months, the program was presenting solo projects by sixty emerging British- and Irish-based artists. https://archive.ica.art/nought-sixty-artists-index/The Copenhagen Free University is an artist-run institution, dedicated to the production of critical consciousness and poetic language. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copenhagen_Free_Universityunitednationsplaza is a project by Anton Vidokle in collaboration with Boris Groys, Jalal Toufic, Liam Gillick, Martha Rosler, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Nikolaus Hirsch, Tirdad Zolghadr, and Walid Raad It operated as a temporary, experimental school in Berlin, following the cancellation of Manifesta 6 on Cyprus, in 2006. The project traveled to Mexico City (2008) and to New York City under the name Night School (2008-2009) at the New Museum. Its program was organized around a number of public seminars, most of which are available in the online archive. https://www.unitednationsplaza.org/The text Paul was referring to –Introduction to The Paraeducation Department– written by Annie Fletcher and Sarah Pierce is in the anthology Curating and the Educational Turn edited by Paul O'Neill and Mick Wilson: https://betonsalon.net/PDF/essai.pdfKate Zambreno is an American novelist, essayist, critic, and professor.Roland Barthes (1915 – 1980) was a French literary theorist, essayist, philosopher, critic, and semiotician. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_BarthesOctavia Butler (1947 – 2006) was an American science fiction author. Her writings have finally attracted well-deserved attention in the past years.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octavia_E._ButlerMaryam Jafri is a Copenhagen-based American artist. The artist's book Independence Days presents an expanded version of her photo installation and includes texts by Ariella Aïsha Azoulay, Paul O'Neill, Nina Tabassomi. https://www.maryamjafri.net/Lygia Pimentel Lins (1920 – 1988), better known as Lygia Clark, was a Brazilian artist and co-founder of Neo-Concrete movement. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lygia_ClarkP! is a multidisciplinary gallery and project space formerly in New York, currently based in Berlin. http://p-exclamation.com/Taken place in P!, in 2016, We are the (Epi)center was a group exhibition organized with the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, featuring: Can Altay, David Blamey, Katarina Burin, Jasmina Cibic, Céline Condorelli, Marjolijn Dijkman, Chris Kraus, Gareth Long, Ronan McCrea, Harold Offeh, William McKeown, Eduardo Padilha, Sarah Pierce, Richard Venlet, Grace Weir, and many others.PARSE is an international artistic research publishing and biennial conference platform based in the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at University of Gothenburg. This is the visual essay Paul was referring to: https://parsejournal.com/article/before-and-after/Autotheory refers to a critical approach in which the author uses personal experiences as the major creative force and the body as the source of knowledge.Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939) is an Austrian neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis. Jacques Marie Émile Lacan (1901-1981) is a French psychoanalyst and interpreter of Sigmund Freud's studies. Their contributions to the psychoanalytic theory have been influential on the literary theory in terms of deciphering a work based on the psychological condition its author is in, or conversely, portraying such condition through unconscious revelations of the author within the work.Maggie Nelson is an American writer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maggie_NelsonSemiotext(e) is an independent press, publishing works of theory, fiction, madness, economics, satire, sexuality, science fiction, activism, and confession. http://www.semiotextes.com/McKenzie Wark is an Australian-born writer and professor of Media and Culture at Hudson University.Raymond Williams (1921 – 1988) was a Welsh socialist writer, academic, novelist, and critic. In his essay Dominant, Residual, and Emergent, he characterizes the grounded parts of cultural groups and their operating methods. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond_WilliamsStephen Wright is a writer and gardener. Listen to Episode 1 to get to know him better. https://www.ahali.space/episodes/episode-1-stephen-wrightTania Bruguera is an artist and activist. https://www.taniabruguera.com/Dr. Gregory Sholette is a New York-based artist, writer, teacher, and activist.NTS is a global radio station and media platform founded in 2011 by Femi Adeyemi. https://www.nts.live/Bjork is an Icelandic singer, songwriter, composer, record producer, and actress. https://bjork.com/Annie Fletcher is the Director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art.Leninism is a political ideology developed by Russian Marxist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin that proposes the establishment of communism through dictatorship of the proletariat.Stalinism is a totalitarian extension of Leninism and a period of governing by Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union from 1927 to 1953.COALESCE is an ongoing exhibition project by Paul O'Neill which takes place at different locations with different artists and shapes around the idea of cohabitation.
En lys sommernat i 1960 slog 4 teenagere telt op ved den idylliske Bodomsø udenfor Helsinki.Der var amoriner og vodka i luften, men det ændrede sig drastisk i løbet af natten.Hvis du kan lide podcasten, så må du meget gerne give et Like på vores Facebook side https://www.facebook.com/paastribe/og en 5-⭐️ anmeldelse i din podcast app.Følg på den app du normalt lytter til os på og på Instagram @paa_stribe. Det hjælper med at sprede ordet. Lyt også til eReolen, Podimo, Mofibo med flere for vores fortællinger om de mest berygtede seriemordere. Black Shadow by Hans Atom (c) copyright 2013 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/hansatom/42282 Ft: Robert Warringtondfx
When marketers think about designing creatives for their mobile games, they usually have their users in mind. But how do you learn about your users? How do you include everyone and ensure your ads are accessible, responsible, and diverse? Claire Rozain, a UA lead of Rovio, joins the podcast to dive deeper into this topic. She says marketing isn't just about click-through rates – marketers have a responsibility to consumers and society. Rovio is a Finnish game developer famous for its game, Angry Birds. Claire is also the founder and a board member of the Puzzle Society in Helsinki, Finland. Questions Claire Answered in this Episode:What do you think are some things that are really important to consider when building out creatives for your user base?What is the best method for an advertiser to collect feedback on their creatives?Do you organize focus groups internally or do you use a third party to build out focus groups?What is the structure of your team that builds out creatives and the functions of each group?From a creative standpoint, what's something mobile marketers in the gaming industry should be doing more of in your opinion?What's an example of creative ads that are inclusive or not inclusive?How do you measure that your ads are addressing this idea of inclusivity?What makes an accessible creative and what should marketers consider?What is the Puzzle Society?Timestamp:1:24 Claire's background5:15 How Rovio studies its users8:48 Focus groups9:58 Rovio team structure12:00 We need more accessible, diverse, inclusive, responsible creative16:55 Tracking how inclusive your ads are20:00 Accessibility in mobile ads24:21 Puzzle SocietyQuotes:(13:10-13:14) “It's important to keep in mind that marketing needs to be done in a responsible way.”(21:43-21:55) “Design was made to involve everyone in society and to make everyone capable at the end of the day. It's not only something beautiful.”Mentioned in this Episode:Claire Rozain's LinkedInRovioPuzzle Society
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast.It seems like the last episode with Dave Newell and Jack Chew was necessary; the feedback by and large was supportive, but clearly you cannot please everyone and for some people there is no argument, reason or evidence (let alone a podcast) that will ever initiate a reflection or reconsideration of their position and beliefs. So as promised, I've continued to explore these issues and today I'm speaking with Dr Carlo Martini about pseudoscience and pseudoscientific claims.Carlo is an Associate Professor in Philosophy of Science at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University (Milan) and visiting fellow at the Center for Philosophy of Social Science at the University of Helsinki.He has worked on the interface between science and policy, scientific expertise, and science communication. Carlo leads the work package "Behavioral Tools for Building Trust" in the H2020 Project "Policy, Expertise and Trust"I spoke with Carlo last year in a two-part episode on expertise and experts; and many of the topics around pseudoscience that we discuss today have overlap with expertise and how we recognize and come to trust an expert – so it would be well worth listening or re-listening to those conversations which are episodes 53 and 54. So on this episode we talk about: The value-ladeness of the term ‘scientific' and how the label can add value to a treatment, practice or person. We speak about the equalising effect the label ‘pseudoscience' and how this seeks to remove any underserved benefit or misusing the label of ‘scientific'. We speak about the motives, incentives and intentions of those that might make or perpetuate pseudoscientific claims. We speak about how some practices and professions seem more susceptible than others to be informed by pseudoscience; but that pseudoscience can be found in across all disciplines from homeopathy, osteopathy, nutrition, medicine and even physics. We speak about the importance of peer-review and the openness of scientific community. And finally, we speak about the ethics and harms of pseudoscience and pseudoscientific claims. So this was another great conversation with Carlo; his outsider position affords him a more dispassionate view of healthcare and his philosophical and sociological perspectives on pseudoscience was incredibly insightful.Find Carlo on Twitter @martinicarloSupport the podcast and contribute via Patreon hereIf you liked the podcast, you'll love The Words Matter online course and mentoring to develop your clinical expertise - ideal for all MSK therapists.Follow Words Matter on:Instagram @Wordsmatter_education @TheWordsMatterPodcastTwitter @WordsClinicalFacebook Words Matter - Improving Clinical Communication ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
ÉvénementsWeb2day 2022 le 3 juin 2022 pour la conférence "Le quantique, quatre ans après", avec Olivier Ezratty, Fanny Bouton, Maud Vinet et Jonas Landman (vidéo de 59 mn).France Quantum le 14 juin 2022, un événement de valorisation de l'écosystème quantique français, organisé dans la tour Eiffel. https://www.usinenouvelle.com/article/l-intiative-france-quantum-conference-veut-federer-l-ecoysteme-quantique-francais.N2016002Replay des conférences et tables rondes : https://www.francequantum.fr/sessionsQuantum.Tech Boston Vivatech Quantonation Investor Day fin juin à Paris.Remise des grand prix iLab SQA Conference, du 25 au 28 août 2022 à Helsinki en Finlande,https://sqa-conference.org/ A venir :-Spin Qubit 5 -Journée Minalogic à Grenoble le 4 octobre 2022. -Quantum Computing for Chemistry organisé à Strasbourg des 24 au 28 octobre. https://q4chem.strasbourg2022.eu/ Actualité scientifique et technologique Google Sycamore Suppressing quantum errors by scaling a surface code logical qubit Google Sycamore or less? A density-matrix renormalization group algorithm for simulating quantum circuits with a finite fidelity Sources de photons pour les télécommunications quantiquesOn-chip generation of hybrid polarization-frequency entangled biphoton states Benchmark Q-score (modèle atos) réalisé par une équipe Hollandaise sur des D-Wave.Evaluating the Q-score of Quantum Annealers Électronique de contrôleIBM annonçait en août 2022 travailler sur la création d'un chipset supraconducteur destiné à faire de la correction d'erreurs de qubits supraconducteurs dans le cryostat.Have your QEC and Bandwidth too!: A lightweight cryogenic decoder for common / trivial errors, and efficient bandwidth + execution management otherwise SQC et son « premier chipset quantique »https://newsroom.unsw.edu.au/news/science-tech/unsw-quantum-scientists-deliver-world%E2%80%99s-first-integrated-circuit-atomic-scale Le NIST fait des choix pour la PQC Amazon se lance dans les télécommunications quantiques.https://aws.amazon.com/fr/blogs/quantum-computing/announcing-the-aws-center-for-quantum-networking/ Lancement de la QEI.https://quantum-energy-initiative.org/manifesto/ Actualité entrepreneuriale OQC levait £38M en juillet 2022.https://oxfordquantumcircuits.com/oqc-series-a-38-million IQM levait 122M€ au même moment. https://meetiqm.com/articles/press-releases/european-leader-in-quantum-computing-iqm-raises-128m-led-by-world-fund/ Annonces japonaises et chinoises dans les qubits supraconducteurs
In recent years, many cities have turned to real estate transfer taxes to capture a share of price appreciation and generate revenues for public purposes. Transfer taxes are relatively popular with voters, and they are easy to collect, but they also have disadvantages compared to property taxes and land value taxes. (Shane has also endorsed higher, more progressive transfer taxes in Los Angeles.) Professor Tuukka Saarimaa joins us to discuss one such drawback from his research in Helsinki, Finland: by increasing the cost of moving, transfer taxes may reduce household mobility, making it less likely that people will live in the housing best suited to their needs. But while imposing taxes can discourage socially beneficial activities, spending them can also improve people's lives, and we consider how this balance is met with housing transfer taxes in particular.
We are hosting the curator, artist, writer, and educator Paul O'Neill. Paul is someone who is very attentive and elaborate in figuring out and shaping thought around curatorial and artistic work. Together, we delve into his take on what publics means and discuss the importance of opening up spaces of contact and sites for ‘working together'. We also scrutinize the state of art institutions today and their future, along with hearing his take on the convergence of exhibition-making and programming, along with insights on establishing and running an institution or an art space today.We release this conversation in two parts, something we've never done before. But there was so much valuable insight in the q&a session that I thought this time deserves its own space.EPISODE NOTES PART 1Paul O'Neill is a curator, artist, writer, and educator. He is the artistic director of Publics. O'Neill has held numerous curatorial and research positions over the years and taught in many curatorial and visual arts programs in Europe, the UK, and the USA. He was the Director of the Curatorial Studies program and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Hessel Museum at the Bard College, NY. He has co-curated more than sixty projects across the world including We are the (Epi)center, P! Gallery, New York (2016), and the multi-faceted We are the Center for Curatorial Studies for the Hessel Museum, Bard College (2016-17). He has co-edited the books Kathrin Böhm; Art on the Scale of Life, MIT Press (forthcoming), Curating After the Global; Roadmaps to the Present, MIT Press, CCS Bard and LUMA Foundation, Arles 2019, How Institutions Think; Between Contemporary Art and Curatorial Discourse, MIT Press, 2017, and many more.http://www.pauloneill.org.ukPUBLICS is a curatorial agency with a dedicated library, event space, and reading room in Helsinki. PUBLICS follows and expands on O'Neill's critical social thinking, contemporary art, and publicness, with a much more open and participatory stance. https://www.publics.fiCenter for Curatorial Studies is an experimentation base at Bard College dedicated to curatorial studies and exhibition making. The Hessel Museum of Art in Bard College is an extension of the Center for Curatorial Studies. https://ccs.bard.edu/Checkpoint Helsinki, was a contemporary art organization that operates as a critical platform to support local cultural activities and public engagement while contributing to the international visibility of artistic production in the city of Helsinki. https://www.checkpointhelsinki.orgJulia Studio is a design practice that brings together graphic and spatial design. Operating between London, Paris and Rome. https://julia.studioLiam Gillick is an artist based in New York. https://liamgillick.info/Kathrin Böhm is an artist. Listen to Episode 13 to get to know her better. https://www.ahali.space/episodes/episode-13-kathrinbohmCasco Art Institute: Working for the Commons is a non-profit public art institution based in Utrecht. https://casco.artBétonsalon is a center for contemporary art and research-based practice in Paris. https://www.betonsalon.netSAVVY, the laboratory of form and ideas is a public cultural institution based in Berlin. Find more about SAVVY in Episode 15, featuring Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung:https://savvy-contemporary.com/https://www.ahali.space/episodes/episode-15-bonaventureWalter Benjamin criticizes the monistic approach of historical materialism and considers history as a concept made out of self-standing memory layers and relations.Chris Kraus is an American writer and filmmaker. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_KrausCynthia Cruz is a contemporary American poet. http://cynthiacruzblog.blogspot.com/Eliisa Suvanto is the Program Manager at PUBLICS.Shimmer is a curatorial studio based in Rotterdam. https://shimmershimmer.org/Latitudes is a curatorial office based in Barcelona that works internationally across contemporary art practices. https://www.lttds.org/Laia Estruch is an artist based in Barcelona. https://laiaestruch.com/Black Lives Matter is a decentralized political and social movement and a growing quest for racial justice, began in 2013, as a reaction to the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of African-American teen Trayvon Martin. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Lives_MatterMeToo is a phrase coined by sexual assault survivor and activist Tarana Burke. Following its initial use in 2006, to establish an empowering ground among survivors, it became a social movement against sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and rape culture. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MeToo_movementMary Douglas (1921 – 2007) was a British anthropologist. In her book “How Institutions Think”, Douglas discusses the recurring effects of individuals and institutions on each other, regarding the processes of thinking. https://www.routledge.com/How-Institutions-Think-Routledge-Revivals/Douglas/p/book/9780415684781SHAPE map is a website resource for Helsinki's contemporary art landscape, a mapping of art spaces and public events across the city. https://www.shape-helsinki.fi/Multiples X was an organization that commissioned and supported curated exhibitions of artist'' editions.Keller Easterling is an architect, writer, and professor of architecture.Listen to Episode 25 to get to know her better. https://www.ahali.space/episodes/25kellereasterling
Resilienssi on ollut kuluneina vuosina monen lehtiartikkelin aiheena. Tässä jaksossa pureudumme sen anatomiaan aihetta tutkineen asiantuntijan kanssa. Pohdimme mm. mitä resilienssi ihan tarkalleen ottaen on? Onko se periytyvä ominaisuus ja voiko sitä vahvistaa oikeita asioita tekemällä? Vahvistuuko resilienssi elämän myrskyissä pakon edessä vai onko parempi tehdä hallittuja ja vapaaehtoisia täsmäiskuja epämukavuusalueelle? Miksi omien rajojen tunteminen on tärkeää resilienssin kannalta? Miten reflektointi ja resilienssi kulkevat käsi kädessä? Mitä tarkoittaa lause "resilienssi harvoin syntyy nirvanasta"? Voiko resilienssiä järkeillä paremmaksi vai vaatiiko se aina fyysistä tekemistä? Voiko elintavoilla (ravinto, liikunta, palautuminen) vaikuttaa resilienssikykyyn? Näitä ja muita teeman kysymyksiä pohdimme resilienssitutkija Laura Vallin kanssa. Linkit Optimal Performance - Hyvinvointiluennot ja verkkovalmennukset: https://www.optimalperformance.fi/ - Kuntosali ja valmennuskeskus, Helsinki: https://www.opcenter.fi/ Lahti: https://www.opcenterlahti.fi/ Laura Valli - IG: https://www.instagram.com/resilienssikoulu/ Essentialismi-kirja: https://gregmckeown.com/books/essentialism/ Huberman Lab -podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/79CkJF3UJTHFV8Dse3Oy0P?si=b739201ae4f441a2 Maaret Kallio -jakso (Toivo): https://open.spotify.com/episode/6dL1hKvoZJRTIciFnvcenE?si=6756c11285934c9f Ulrika Björkstam -jakso: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0TSDpGqlgaRfywCttV2qBj?si=520d4852e0cb428c Toimijuus, luottopakki: https://www.instagram.com/p/CerMEAANZNP/ Palaudu ja vahvistu -kirjat: https://www.tammi.fi/kirja/kaisa-jaakkola/palaudu-ja-vahvistu/9789520401641