The first new desktop environment in a while that has caught our attention, and it promises to unlock the full power of cutting-edge Linux. Why we think every desktop will copy ideas from Hyprland soon.
On this episode of Rehash, we sit down with Keiran Sim, co-founder of Mirage to talk about augmented reality. We dive into everything Keiran is working on at Mirage, including AR social, persistent AR, the intersection of AR and web3, and the value of collecting digital media. He shares what Mirage is doing to combat harmful content as well as how Mirage is embracing decentralization, and we look to the future as Keiran shares his vision for AR in the coming years. COLLECT THIS EPISODEhttps://www.rehashweb3.xyz/ FOLLOW USRehash: https://twitter.com/rehashweb3Diana: https://twitter.com/ddwchenKeiran: https://twitter.com/keirsimMirage: https://twitter.com/thismirage EDITORSEllie: https://twitter.com/elliedotsTyler: https://twitter.com/tylerinternet SPONSORSLens Protocol: https://lens.xyzAmbire Wallet: https://www.ambire.com/NFT.Storage: https://twitter.com/NFTdotStorage LINKSHYPER REALITY by Keiichi Matsuda: https://youtu.be/YJg02ivYzSs TIMESTAMPS0:00 Intro5:48 What is Augmented Reality?9:15 AR vs. VR9:57 AR Social16:28 Mirage20:34 Sensoring harmful content22:51 Decentralizing Mirage28:25 Why collect digital media?31:43 The future of AR35:17 Closing thoughts37:18 Diana's Game39:03 Follow Keiran DISCLAIMER: The information in this video is the opinion of the speaker(s) only and is for informational purposes only. You should not construe it as investment advice, tax advice, or legal advice, and it does not represent any entity's opinion but those of the speaker(s). For investment or legal advice, please seek a duly licensed professional.
Forscher berichten über gesundheitliche Beeinträchtigungen einer schwedischen Frau und deren Hund, die mit der Einführung einer 5G-Basisstation in unmittelbarer Nähe zusammenhängen könnten – wodurch Fragen zur Sicherheit der neuen Technologie aufgeworfen werden. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2023 Epoch Times
HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs
Tom Lorenz from Sensi joins the podcast to talk about the launch of the Sensi Touch 2 thermostat. The Sensi Touch 2 smart thermostat is compatible with room sensors, which makes it an efficient and effective thermostat. Smart thermostats are becoming more common in homes, especially as we focus on HVAC efficiency. Designers are aiming to make smart thermostats user-friendly, aesthetically pleasing, easy to install, and driven by data (via sensors). Installation is easy for contractors, as it relies on push terminals and cleanly covers up the previous thermostat's installation site. The Sensi Touch 2 requires a common wire, but it has easy-to-use push terminals that allow wires to click into place. It also has dedicated accessory terminals for add-on equipment like dehumidifiers. You can also pair the Sensi Touch 2 with its respective app to program the thermostat. Smart maintenance automatically alerts homeowners about poor performance or efficiency. These sorts of alerts can offer peace of mind for the homeowner. The room sensors allow the Sensi Touch 2 to manage home comfort by collecting data from several locations of the house; you can sync up to 15 room sensors to the Sensi Touch 2 thermostat. As with other Sensi thermostats, the Sensi Touch 2 has contractor branding capabilities. You can get your company name and number programmed into the main display so that the customers know who to call whenever they need something. You can learn more at procontractorbranding.com. Tom and Bryan also discuss: History of Emerson, White-Rodgers, and Sensi controls Personal data and privacy concerns with smart technology Smart thermostat design and aesthetics Energy Star certification Sensi Lite (coming soon) Warranty information Learn more about the Sensi Touch 2 at https://hvacrschool.com/sensitouch2. Learn more about the HVACR Training Symposium or buy a virtual ticket today at https://hvacrschool.com/symposium. If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE.
This month, our tour of Grapevine Mills detours all the way to Santa Fe to answer a question we've been hearing a lot lately: What is Meow Wolf? There's no simple answer when it comes to Grapevine's newest destination attraction, so we pulled out all the stops to give you an insider experience at the House of Eternal Return. Audio elements and episode image courtesy of Meow Wolf; original photography by Kate Russell.
On this episode of the What the Floor Podcast, Michael and Holiday brought in a friend of the show and colleague, Jim Partridge, to help us novices understand what subfloor prep is, why it is important, and what is involved in the process of preparing a subfloor. We also brought back Fire in the Hole for this episode so Jim could remind us all about the ceramic tile installation supplies that our T&A Supply branches have in stock. What the Floor is a T&A Supply Company Inc original production. You can find out more about us at tasupply.com or tasflooring.com. This show is produced by Jose Morales with help from Toni Collier and Jessica Riser. Tell us what you think of the show at firstname.lastname@example.org or #whatthefloorpodcast on social media to let us know what you think.
Ever wondered about collaborating? Getting started? What makes a successful collaboration? Listen for the inside scoop from the experts!2 Close 2 the Sun: Art Obsessions from Mercury 20 Gallery in Oakland's Art District features artists, curators and influencers bring compelling content about art and artists. In this episode, Art Collaborations - Why and How, gallery artists Jessica Cadkin, Dr. K. C. Rosenberg, and public artist and former gallery member Johanna Poethig share their insights on past and future collaborations, the value of them and how these enhance and interface with their personal studio practice. To learn more about these artists visit johannapoethig.com, kcrosenberg.com, jessicacadkin.com, ivstudios.com (Elizabeth Sher's webpage. And mercury20.com, https://www.facebook.com/mercury20gallery, IG @mercury20gallery
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04.16.23 Elder Installation by Pastor Stephen Woodard
Talking Tech Brought To You By Whirlpool Corporation
In todays episode Freddy and Jordan discuss common misconceptions or "hiccups" technicians may experience when installing brand new equipment. The duo talk common fault codes caused by these install issues and how to fix them and both share stories of this happening to them. To round out the episode Freddy and Jordan talk about three wire versus four wire electric dryer installations, how to hook each one up, and how to tell which you need. Have a question? Ask it here: https://forms.gle/C7rEXZJCcMfHh87g7 Find Talking Tech: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3BvDWKdWILwIV5E8CINVAw Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80YjU2ZDRlOC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/7cgui7yi Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/talking-tech-WolQaM Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/talking-tech-7
The Takeout, Delivery, & Catering Show
Joining host Rob Grimes this week is Eddie Shapiro, a home technology integrator and expert – who is on the board of the Association – CEDIA - Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association. Eddie shares with us the trends in the luxury home marketplace that also can play a role in what is available and coming for the commercial foodservice and hospitality markets.The luxury home market has seen a shift in consumers who desire high quality technology in their home, such as intelligent lighting fixtures, audio-visual, connected bathrooms and kitchens, security and surveillance, and energy management. All these technologies come together in a Human-Centric approach, incorporating AI and requiring a deep understanding of networks, data security and integration to pull it all together. Whether bought from Home Depot, Amazon, or specialized professional grade equipment, the fusion of home and tech cannot be denied.In establishing the connection between technology and the home, Eddie says that collaboration between vendors is essential. “The integrator of the AV technology company on a project, needs to collaborate with the builder, plumber and electrician as it is available everywhere. It's a better project for everybody when that happens.” Moving forward, powering the numerous technologies that run at home is a focal point for those who work in the space, especially ensuring the integration of clean energy to do so. Sound familiar?Listen to this episode of Accelerate to consider the learnings at home that can be applied to your operations and can be applied to your home as well!
In this episode of the Laser Source podcast: Kyle makes a wooden birthday cake and unboxes his new order from Ocooch Hardwoods. Can you cut a pizza with a laser? Learn the difference between split size and overlap rotary settings and learn why there is so much variance between powder coat laser settings. We share some important info about how DPI and dot size effect your lasers power and cover some tips on saving money on ventilation. We discuss whether we'd choose a 20w or 30w fiber laser on a budget, too! Don't miss our take on why you SHOULD KEEP your EZCAD installation on hand and catch a quick demo on LightBurn Library management. All of this and more this week on the Laser Source podcast! Tired of work? Listen to our dark comedy podcast! ► Emergency Stop More Laser Everything! ►Access to all my settings, livestreams, bonus episodes and more HERE ►Join us on Discord ►Shop the 2022 Buying Guide ►Shop the Merch ►Visit the Podcast Website ►Visit the YouTube Channel Want to mail me something? Laser Everything 320 N Washington Street Suite 112 Rochester, NY 14625 WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform. A NOTE: Links above include affiliate commission or referrals. I'm part of an affiliate network and I receive compensation from partnering websites. The podcast is accurate as of the posting date but may not be accurate in the future. Settings used in the podcast are for machines of my design and wattage, mileage may vary depending on your machine. Always test your settings on your laser before working on items in a professional capacity. :P
Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
The Smart Buildings Academy Podcast | Teaching You Building Automation, Systems Integration, and Information Technology
Are you a facility manager looking to enhance your building's performance and efficiency? Tune in to our latest episode where we cover the essential steps to successfully implementing a Building Automation System (BAS). We'll walk you through: 1️⃣ Understanding BAS and its components 2️⃣ Assessing your facility's needs and goals 3️⃣ Selecting the right BAS solution 4️⃣ Developing a comprehensive implementation plan 5️⃣ Installation, commissioning, and testing 6️⃣ Staff training and ongoing support 7️⃣ Monitoring and optimization for continuous improvement Don't miss this valuable guide to modernizing your facility and maximizing its potential!
Hour 1 * Guest: Gregg Phillips, Gregg has been in conservative politics for 40 years, working with committees, parties, campaigns, and election intelligence operations – TrueTheVote.org * ELECTION SYSTEM DISCOVERED – Used in MULTIPLE States – Internet Connected, Uncertified, and Accessible to Numerous Govt Agencies and Outside Entities – Joe Hoft, TheGatewayPundit.com * According to the BPro website, TotalVote is a “centralized voter registration and election management system that securely captures and manages voter, candidate, and all election information. It is the only software system that encompasses the entire election process into one system.” – BPro.com * Election experts in New Mexico established that the post-election canvass reports in all 33 New Mexico Counties are being illegally prepared. Complete election records are being uploaded to an uncertified, centralized software under the control of the Secretary of State (SOS) called SERVIS, which is then used to create the official election results. * A South Dakota company BPro “gifted” their TotalVote software to New Mexico, in exchange for a series of very lucrative, sole-source contracts to develop a customized interface between the SOS, clerks, and TotalVote that they called “IRIS.” IRIS was renamed “SERVIS” (Statewide Elections, Registration and Voting Integrity System) in 2017. * The SERVIS program is internet-connected, uncertified, and accessible by all county clerks, the SOS's office, the Department of Motor Vehicles, and potentially others such as ERIC, VIP, and “registration agents” according to the BPro contracts. * BPro's TotalVote Used in Multiple States in the US, Allows the Installation of “Plug-Ins” that Can Be Used to Manipulate Election Data – Joe Hoft * Election Experts in Hawaii discovered that the TotalVote election system used in the state can backdate election records. This isn't all that it can do. * Americans must demand that their election data be held entirely within their counties as the law requires! Hour 2 * Guest: Richard Mack Founder and President of CSPOA – A partnership between citizens and local law enforcement, especially sheriffs. Mack encourages those not in law enforcement to stand with their sheriffs. – CSPOA.org * China Using Mormon Church to Influence US Politics, Investigation Finds – AP. * Utah elementary schools and lawmakers have reportedly established close ties with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in recent years, according to an investigation from the Associated Press. * The CCP has reportedly worked through multiple individuals to target Utah's school system from grade school to graduate school. * The CCP also influenced decisions made by Utah lawmakers. * In March 2020, 4th grade students at Cascade Elementary School in Orem, Utah, sent Lunar New Year greeting cards to General Secretary Xi Jinping, some of which addressed the communist autocrat as “Grandpa Xi,” according to the AP's report, citing Chinese state media. * The info was shared with “Utah government and business leaders,” according to CCTV News. * “It's a Trap!” Bringing Homeschools & Christian Education Under Control – Alex Newman, TheNewAmerican.com * Sara Beth Is A Mother Of Three And An Accidental American Idol – American Idol 2023. * A Clarion Call for Civility – CallForCivility.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loving-liberty/support
Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Bart Bettiga Discusses the NTCA's Focus on Installation and Diversity by Floor Focus Magazine
Hour 1 * Guest: Don Essary, AKA PepeDelux – OneSource Solutions TrustOneSource.com * FLASHBACK: Hanoi Jane Fonda Calls For “Murder” of Christians/Pro-Lifers on The View Just WEEKS Before Nashville Christian School Shooting – Jordan Conradson. * New Poll Shows Over 60 Percent of Americans Don't Want Trump to Run in 2024. * A recent survey conducted by NPR and Marist indicated that just 38% of individuals in the United States want Donald Trump to run for president again, while the majority of respondents, 61%, do not want the Republican to serve another term. * According to the findings of the study, 76% of Republican voters, 34% of independent voters, and 11% of Democratic voters are in favor of Trump being re-elected to another term as President. * 89% of Democrats, 64% of independents, and 21% of Republicans do not want Trump to win the next election. * “America First Legal will obtain and expose records about Alvin Bragg's unprecedented efforts to target a political opponent,” said Gene Hamilton, AFL vice president and general counsel, in a statement. * Judge Says Pence Must Testify to Jan. 6 Grand Jury. * Barbie Bassett, who is white, used the Snoop Dogg line “Fo shizzle, my nizzle,” using an n-word that is considered to be a demeaning epithet for black people. * Bassett, who was the chief meteorologist for the station, no longer appears on the WLBT-TV roster. * Where does fo shizzle my nizzle come from? – Real Meaning: Fo shizzle my nizzle is a slang way to say “for sure, my friend.” It was popularized as a catchphrase of the rapper Snoop Dogg and is meant as a playful way to express affirmation. * Shame: Josh Hawley is calling for federal agencies to investigate the Nashville school shooting as a hate crime against Christians. * Lawmakers Rebuke Biden for Bypassing Congress in Trade Deal With Japan. Hour 2 * James Edwards: I am pleased to announce that The Honorable Cause: A Free South has just been released and is now available for purchase! * Can We Say Deo vindice? – Latin for “With God as Our Defender/Protector”! – National Motto Of The Confederate States of America. * James Edwards: “If they can purge faith and family from our hearts, then it's only a matter of time before they can dominate and destroy us; and with their toughest opposition out of the way, they can dominate the world.” * Manhattan DA Office Responds: Trump Created ‘False Expectation' He Would Be Arrested. * IRS Paid Visit To Journalist Matt Taibbi On The Day He Was Testifying To Jordan's ‘Weaponization Of Government' Committee – Walt Rasinger. * 2 Chronicles 7:14, “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” * We will continue to pray for my brothers and sisters the world over, that they will turn their eyes Heavenward and seek the fulfillment of God's promise. And many will do so. * Remember who you are! You are a beloved son or daughter of Heavenly parents who love you! * BPro's TotalVote Used in Multiple States in the US, Allows the Installation of “Plug-Ins” that Can Be Used to Manipulate Election Data – Joe Hoft * Election Experts in Hawaii discovered that the TotalVote election system used in the state can backdate election records. This isn't all that it can do. * Americans must demand that their election data be held entirely within their counties as the law requires! * A Canadian Pacific (CP) train derailed near Wyndmere, North Dakota, late Sunday night and spilled a hazardous material used in road construction, a CP spokesperson confirmed to the Daily Caller. * Thirty-one of 70 cars on the train derailed around 11:15 p.m on Sunday carrying hazardous materials, and a liquid asphalt leak was identified, Patrick Waldron, assistant vice-president for CP communications and media relations, told the DCNF. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/loving-liberty/support
Shift: A podcast about mobility
Center for Sustainable Energy's John Gartner on lessons for EV charger installation at scale by Automotive News
GraphStuff.FM: The Neo4j Graph Database Developer Podcast
Call for Community Speakers: https://dev.neo4j.com/submit-your-talkNeo4j User Survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeDbYReEL8JXtlNKsBodtAUnlkuGsAdWJLAQornvxWihembMQ/viewformData Importer File Filter: https://neo4j.com/developer-blog/neo4j-data-importer-introducing-file-filtering/Bloom Slicer: https://neo4j.com/docs/bloom-user-guide/current/bloom-tutorial/slicer/Experimental Client APIs: https://medium.com/neo4j/a-new-steer-for-the-neo4j-drivers-ed3de051209eAdditional 5.6 release notes: https://neo4j.com/release-notes/database/neo4j-5/Intro to Neo4j Workshop Recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otCRuINPUakIntermediate Cypher Workshop Recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJBTdWig564Building a Routing Application Workshop Recording: Register for Spring Data Workshop: https://go.neo4j.com/WBR-230412-Training-Series---Spring-Data-Neo4j-DevRel_Registration2.htmlFOSDEM 23 Graph Systems + Algos Devroom Sessions: https://fosdem.org/2023/schedule/track/graph_systems_and_algorithms/Raspberry Pi Neo4j v5 Installation instructions: https://gist.github.com/jalakoo/7b854f9c60c237f2d6f8c9fd5ca1356fTomaz Bratanic's Knowledge Graph-Based Chatbot With GPT-3 and Neo4j article: https://medium.com/neo4j/knowledge-graph-based-chatbot-with-gpt-3-and-neo4j-c4ebbd325edOpen Sanctions With Friedrich Lindenberg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3uGVrrMeToLinkurious partnership: resources.linkurious.com/openscreeningMax Andersson's Innovation Vertex Podcast with Filip Asblom of Digital Tvilling: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS3xEFR1jCAHoare Lea's Will Reynold's presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOihIxbo0dEDavid Meza's Keynote from KGC 2022: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2EWl7Mn9AcBloom Coordinate Layout: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYIasTOhLtIVarun Shenoy's GraphGPT app: https://graphgpt.vercel.appAlison Cossette's Interview with Varun Shenoy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6uTdDs6E-EFastRP's Memory Estimation: https://neo4j.com/docs/graph-data-science/current/machine-learning/node-embeddings/fastrp/#algorithms-embeddings-fastrp-examples-memory-estimationNeo4j Fabric: https://neo4j.com/docs/operations-manual/4.4/fabric/introduction/#fabric-fabric-conceptsGraph Summit in Munich: https://neo4j.com/event/graphsummit-munich-2/2023 Knowledge Graph Conference in NYC: https://www.knowledgegraph.techOpportunity at Neo4j - Technical Curriculum Developer: https://boards.greenhouse.io/neo4j/jobs/4030477006?gh_jid=4030477006Submit questions and your top dev tools to: https://www.speakpipe.com/GraphStuff
* James Edwards: I am pleased to announce that The Honorable Cause: A Free South has just been released and is now available for purchase! * Can We Say Deo vindice? - Latin for "With God as Our Defender/Protector"! - National Motto Of The Confederate States of America. * James Edwards: "If they can purge faith and family from our hearts, then it's only a matter of time before they can dominate and destroy us; and with their toughest opposition out of the way, they can dominate the world." * Manhattan DA Office Responds: Trump Created 'False Expectation' He Would Be Arrested. * IRS Paid Visit To Journalist Matt Taibbi On The Day He Was Testifying To Jordan's ‘Weaponization Of Government' Committee - Walt Rasinger. * 2 Chronicles 7:14, "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land." * We will continue to pray for my brothers and sisters the world over, that they will turn their eyes Heavenward and seek the fulfillment of God's promise. And many will do so. * Remember who you are! You are a beloved son or daughter of Heavenly parents who love you! * BPro's TotalVote Used in Multiple States in the US, Allows the Installation of “Plug-Ins” that Can Be Used to Manipulate Election Data - Joe Hoft * Election Experts in Hawaii discovered that the TotalVote election system used in the state can backdate election records. This isn't all that it can do. * Americans must demand that their election data be held entirely within their counties as the law requires! * A Canadian Pacific (CP) train derailed near Wyndmere, North Dakota, late Sunday night and spilled a hazardous material used in road construction, a CP spokesperson confirmed to the Daily Caller. * Thirty-one of 70 cars on the train derailed around 11:15 p.m on Sunday carrying hazardous materials, and a liquid asphalt leak was identified, Patrick Waldron, assistant vice-president for CP communications and media relations, told the DCNF. * A Clarion Call for Civility - CallForCivility.com
“When you take weird risks and opportunities, weird shit presents itself,” says Shawn Kolodny, whose large-scale installations are strange in all the right ways. Using polished steel as his primary medium, the Miami artist is known for his “balls,” reflective sculptures that exist somewhere between the realms of art, science, and magic. On this week's podcast episode, host and NOT REAL ART founder Scott “Sourdough” Power sits down with Shawn to discuss the artist's winding journey from business to industrial design to fine art. With an MBA under his belt, Shawn approaches his fine art career with an entrepreneur's mindset, explaining that he sees himself as the CEO of his own small venture. “I always look at the artist as an entrepreneur,” he tells Scott. “You're basically a small business where [you're] in charge of marketing, [you're] in charge of social outreach, [you're] in charge of inventory, [you're] in charge of general finances. Oh, by the way, [you're] also creating the stuff.”Realizing that many creatives lack basic business skills, Shawn created Ballsy, a podcast that investigates the habits and growth hacks of profitable artists. As the host, Shawn interviews financially successful artists to find out how they “got the balls” to sell their work and make art their career. “I look at every artist as a small business,” he says. “Whether that means [they're in the] Gagosian or whether that means they're on Etsy, every artist is a small business.” Tuning in, you'll learn more about Shawn's thought-provoking work and his nonlinear path into the art world. Shawn and Scott talk about the inherent value of constraints, the difference between a job, a career, and a calling, and how artists can get out of their own way by “falling forward.” Find out how you can grow the balls to sell your work by hitting the play button on our episode with Shawn Kolodny below. In Today's Podcast EpisodeShawn Kolodny discusses…How he became known for his “balls”The essential role of the sphere in his installation workA technical overview of his creative process and materialsThe evolving iterations of his art practice over the yearsHis unique journey into the arts and how he learned to “problem-solve with purpose”Tips for structuring your workflow and scheduling your responsibilitiesThe power of reinventing yourself while still making money from what you're known forWhy branding and audience are inherent parts of an artist's businessThe myth of “overnight success” and promoting the value of the hard slogFor more information, please visit http://notrealart.com/shawn-kolodny
* Guest: Gregg Phillips, Gregg has been in conservative politics for 40 years, working with committees, parties, campaigns, and election intelligence operations – TrueTheVote.org * ELECTION SYSTEM DISCOVERED – Used in MULTIPLE States – Internet Connected, Uncertified, and Accessible to Numerous Govt Agencies and Outside Entities - Joe Hoft, TheGatewayPundit.com * According to the BPro website, TotalVote is a “centralized voter registration and election management system that securely captures and manages voter, candidate, and all election information. It is the only software system that encompasses the entire election process into one system.” - BPro.com * Election experts in New Mexico established that the post-election canvass reports in all 33 New Mexico Counties are being illegally prepared. Complete election records are being uploaded to an uncertified, centralized software under the control of the Secretary of State (SOS) called SERVIS, which is then used to create the official election results. * A South Dakota company BPro “gifted” their TotalVote software to New Mexico, in exchange for a series of very lucrative, sole-source contracts to develop a customized interface between the SOS, clerks, and TotalVote that they called “IRIS.” IRIS was renamed “SERVIS” (Statewide Elections, Registration and Voting Integrity System) in 2017. * The SERVIS program is internet-connected, uncertified, and accessible by all county clerks, the SOS's office, the Department of Motor Vehicles, and potentially others such as ERIC, VIP, and “registration agents” according to the BPro contracts. * BPro's TotalVote Used in Multiple States in the US, Allows the Installation of “Plug-Ins” that Can Be Used to Manipulate Election Data - Joe Hoft * Election Experts in Hawaii discovered that the TotalVote election system used in the state can backdate election records. This isn't all that it can do. * Americans must demand that their election data be held entirely within their counties as the law requires!
Listen as Paul Abernathy, CEO, and Founder of Electrical Code Academy, Inc. the leading electrical educator in the country, as he answers more questions from the Let's Ask Paul Portal over at www.PaulAbernathy.com.In this episode, Paul will tackle the questions submitted by a listener. The topics covered in this episode include the use of GFCI's on multiwire branch circuits in older homes and how to pick the correct NM Cable for use with an EV Charger in a dwelling unit.If you are looking to learn more about the National Electrical Code, for electrical exam preparation, or to better your knowledge of the NEC then visits https://fasttraxsystem.com for all the electrical code training you will ever need by the leading electrical educator in the country with the best NEC learning program on the planet.
On this episode, we'll hear the installation address of President F. Brent Leatherwood. In his message, he shared his gratitude for this stewardship, his hope for the SBC, and his vision for the ERLC.Connect with us on Twitter@ERLC@LeatherwoodTN@LindsNicoletSponsorsRacial unity | If we, as Southern Baptists, can be willing to listen and have good conversations about race, we will see fruit that will draw us closer together. That's why we believe that A Conversation with Pastor Jon Nelson will be a helpful resource for you and your congregation. Watch this NEW video at ERLC.com/racialunity and listen as Jon candidly shares his thoughts on how we can meaningfully partner together on this work within our churches and communities. Again that link is ERLC.com/racialunityEmail updates | Now that 2023 is fully underway, we want to make sure you are kept up to date about the important work we are doing on behalf of Southern Baptists. Whether it?s our 2023 Public Policy Agenda or another ultrasound machine placement, we want to make sure you know how we are serving our churches and acting as missionaries to the public square. As we move forward in 2023, know that first in our hearts and at the top of our minds are our churches. And we are taking those next steps with a Mark 10:44 mindset: to be a servant of all. The best way to learn more is by joining us at ERLC.com/updates. Signing up for email updates allows you to hear directly from us about our work and ways we are serving you on the issues that matter most to Southern Baptists. You?ll learn about our work on your behalf in our nation?s capital, about exciting new partnerships with our state conventions and the ways we are working across the convention with our sister entities. Become an email subscriber at ERLC.com/updates.
Episode No. 594 features curators Stephanie Mayer Heydt and Isabel Casso. With Audrey Lewis, Heydt is the co-curator of "Joseph Stella: Visionary Nature," a survey of the American modernist's nature-based artworks at Atlanta's High Museum of Art. While Stella is best known today for his futurism-informed studies of urbanity, most especially for his paintings of the Brooklyn Bridge, Lewis and Heydt's exhibition reveals him to be every bit as much as interested in re-making America's century-long Emersonian landscape and nature traditions as his Precisionist colleagues were. The exhibition features over 100 paintings and works on paper. It's on view through May 21. A fine catalogue was published by the High Museum of Art and DelMonico Books. Amazon and Indiebound offer it for about $55. With Kate Green, Casso is the curator of "Celia Álvarez Muñoz: Breaking the Binding," the artist's first retrospective, at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. The exhibition features over 40 of Muñoz's large-scale installations, book projects, and shows how Muñoz built a witty, often funny style built from conceptualist puns even as she styled herself as an "artivist" who engaged issues informed by her experiences living along the US-Mexico borderlands. It's on view at MCASD's La Jolla location through August 13. A catalogue is forthcoming.
On this week's podcast, we welcome two guests to discuss lighting fixtures specification and installation opportunities for the custom integration channel. Joining us from Bethlehem, PA, is Charlie Derk, vice president of strategy for building control systems at Legrand. And joining us from San Diego, CA, is Mike Libman, the national sales director at DMF Lighting. Both of today's guests are fully immersed in the lighting fixtures and lighting control categories as they specifically relate to the CI channel. Today, we will talk more about this developing opportunity for integrators and dig in a little deeper into differences in lighting fixture styles, color temperatures, and control options.Today's episode of Residential Tech Talks is brought to you Nice, a global manufacturer of smart home, security, and building automation solutions. Nice is bringing together 30 years of innovation with award-winning products from ELAN, SpeakerCraft, and Panamax, to create a holistic ecosystem for builders, integrators, and consumers. Learn more about how you can create One Home with One Solution at go.niceforyou.com/rtt.
Dakota started out at a company in portland performing inspections of fire alarm systems in 2016, that grew into troubleshooting and minor repair before getting into the apprenticeship in 2018 and moving to another local company to complete most of his apprenticeship. In 2022 he started Farmer Fire Protection, Inc. providing Design, Installation, monitoring, inspections, troubleshooting and repair of fire alarm systems. He's been in the field for 7 years, and just passed my Nicet level 3 in Fire Alarm systems and is awaiting his certificate. Oregon LEA, OR Certified general contractor. If you want to voice your opinion the please write to us. Halfwattpod@gmail.com Tell us about your thoughts on the show, opinions on our topics and general knowledge that you might want to share with your peers. As well, if you have stories from the field, terror ridden horror job sites, or praiseworthy work done well, or even funny anecdotes the write us and we'll share them on our round table episodes! You can follow us on Instagram @halfwattpod where you can enter for contests and keep up with new from our show.
In The March Of Madness month continues as, this week, we're taking a looking into the sillier side of insanity as we talk about the 1996 Ben Still directed film, The Cable Guy. Starring Jim Carrey and Matthew Broderick, it follows the story of Carrey's titular cable installer as he becomes obsessed with Broderick's character, nearly driving him to the brink of insanity!
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Last Thursday I was thrilled to speak with Idris Murphy, leading contemporary artist and a previous podcast guest, in front of a live audience at the S.H.Ervin Gallery in Sydney. It's where the survey exhibition of his work, 'Idris Murphy: Backblocks' is now showing and continues until 26 March 2023. Curated by Terence Maloon, it features breathtaking work predominantly from the last two decades. Paintings which shimmer, glow, and transport the viewer. Idris talked with me about his career including the stories behind several works, the influence indigenous culture has had on his approach and how he works in the studio. Although this exhibition is impressive in its quality and depth, this isn't the first survey show of Idris's work. The exhibition ‘I and Thou' in 2009/2010 had highlighted the preceding 30 years of work. He has exhibited in over 40 solo shows over the years with work in major public collections including the National Gallery of Australia and Art Gallery of NSW. Thanks to everyone who came along! I also filmed our conversation and will be uploading an edited version of this chat to the TWP YouTube channel in the coming months. Idris is represented by King Street Gallery in Sydney. Photo of Idris Murphy in his studio (2022) by me Current exhibition 'Idris Murphy: Backblocks', S.H.Ervin Gallery, Sydney, until 26 March 2023 Links Idris Murphy's website Idris Murphy at King Street Gallery Previous podcast interview with Idris Murphy: Episode 131 Henri Matisse Clip of the American writer I refer to in the episode at about 6:40 - Etel Adnan - on beauty Susan Sontag - 'On Photography' Jeanette Winterson Annie Dillard Rose Wylie John Berger The quote we refer to is from his book 'and our faces, my heart, as brief as photos' Bono - 'Surrender' Nick Cave Badger Bates Tickets to Artist Talk with Nick Stathopoulos at AGNSW Subscribe to the TWP monthly newsletter Installation photo - S.H.Ervin Gallery (see below for individual works) 'Somewhere in France 1', 2017, acrylic and collage on aluminium, 151 x 141cm ANU Art Collection 'Somewhere in France 2', 2017, acrylic and collage on aluminium, 151 x 141cm ANU Art Collection 'Somewhere in France 3', 2017, acrylic and collage on aluminium, 151 x 141cm ANU Art Collection 'Half Moon at the New', 2015, acrylic on aluminium, 153 x 153cm Courtesy of the artist and King Street Gallery 'Weipa Harbour Storm', 2005, acrylic and collage on board, 120 x 120cm 'Low tide Boodery National Park', 2015, acrylic and collage on board, 150 x 150cm Private collection
As Europe commits to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, one hurdle will be the energy emissions caused by buildings' operations. What investment opportunities might come from energy renovation? European Building and Construction Equity Analyst Ceder Ekblom and European Property Analyst Sebastian Isola discuss. ----- Transcript -----Cedar Ekblom: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Cedar Ekblom, Equity Analyst covering European Building and Construction for Morgan Stanley research. Sebastian Isola: And I'm Sebastian Isola from the European Property Team. Cedar Ekblom: On this special episode of Thoughts on the Market, we'll discuss Europe's commitment to building energy efficiency. Cedar Ekblom: Sebastian when I talk to investors and talk about energy emissions, most people immediately think of cars and transportation. But according to the International Energy Agency, in 2021 the operation of buildings accounted for 30% of global final energy consumption and 27% of total energy sector emissions. That's a huge number. A lot of people don't realize that. So it's clear that decarbonizing building stock is essential to achieving a net zero by 2050 scenario. Sebastian, we recently wrote about this and with this big goal in mind, can you give us an overview of where Europe is right now and what the biggest opportunities are that you see? Sebastian Isola: I think to start, Europe's building stock is old and inefficient. More than 40% was built before 1970 when the first energy efficiency standards were introduced, and we're currently renovating just 1% of building stock a year. The European Commission thinks that this needs to at least double to meet its 2030 target for a 55% cut in emissions. If we successfully lift innovation spend, there is a big opportunity for makers of solar, heating and ventilation equipment, building automation, energy efficient lighting, and any product linked to the building envelope from insulation to roofing and windows. Cedar Ekblom: So it sounds like there's great opportunity here, but investors often push back with the argument that energy renovation is a 'hope' rather than a reality. What are your views on the economics of investment? Sebastian Isola: I think firstly, I'd say that our alphawise survey gives us a proprietary insight into what's really happening on the ground. It confirms renovation spend is on the rise, there was a 10% increase in the number of people that renovated their homes to save energy in 2022 versus 2021. Secondly, for commercial property landlords, the economics of investment is clear. Green buildings are attracting higher rents, and in some markets, office buildings with sustainability ratings are being awarded materially higher valuations, sometimes more than a 20% premium. And Cedar, what are the key renovation categories and what is the driving motivation behind them? Cedar Ekblom: Well, if you talk to anyone in the industry, they'll tell you that fabric first is where we need to start. So what does that actually mean? We have to look at improving the insulation of the walls, the roofs, and looking at new windows and doors. And the reason why we need to prioritize this is ultimately space heating accounts for about two thirds of total energy consumption. The good thing is that our survey told us that in the nonresidential market, these types of investments are the ones being prioritized. Installation is expected to be one of the key renovation categories for 2023. Building managers told us that they plan to boost spend on installation by 8%. After upgrading the building envelope, you need to think about tackling HVAC equipment and rolling out building automation. And finally solar continues to rank as the most attractive for residential energy renovation upgrades. In terms of the motivations, 59% of consumers and building managers say that lowering energy costs was the biggest driver for investment. I think that ultimately makes sense when we think about the landscape of the energy market in Europe over the last 12 months with the big increases in gas and electricity prices. Sebastian Isola: And with that in mind Cedar, what's your near-term and longer term outlook for renovation spend? Cedar Ekblom: Well, look, the runway for investment is huge. The European Commission estimates that an additional €275 billion of investment in building energy efficiency is required annually to 2030. And that's only an interim goal. If we really want to reach a 2050 net zero ambition, the optionality for investment means that we could be looking at more than €5.9 trillion of spend. If we deliver that total construction spend in real terms would run at 3% annually. That's a big increase from the less than 1% average growth over the last 10 years. Now, Sebastian, we've obviously spoken about the potential for fantastic investment, but there's obviously some big barriers around actually driving this uplift. How is the region trying to tackle these types of hurdles? Sebastian Isola: I think the biggest barriers are funding and skills and there's a 'carrot and stick' approach to funding. Government subsidies are coming through, although maybe slightly slower than we'd like. The good news is that private investment really is ramping up, and that's partly driven by better economics, but also new penalties which make letting inefficient buildings less profitable. In the UK, if we use that as an example, you need to achieve an EPC rating of B or higher by 2030 to be able to let your building. To put that in context, 75% of commercial properties in the UK currently don't meet that EPC standard. So there's going to be a huge scale of renovation required for commercial property in the UK to be brought up to that standard by 2030. And that really is going to drive investment in commercial property and in energy renovation. The second challenge is skills. It's not an easy problem to fix, especially when the construction industry is already challenged by a lack of skilled labor. The EU is taking an important step to address these hurdles by introducing the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. This sets a region wide energy efficiency standard and harmonizes how buildings are ranked. It was passed into law in February of this year and we think it sets the framework for a multi-decade investment runway. Cedar Ekblom: Sebastian, thanks for taking the time to talk. Sebastian Isola: Great speaking to you Cedar. Cedar Ekblom: As a reminder, if you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please take a moment to rate and review us on the Apple Podcasts app, it helps more people find the show.
In this episode of The Bookkeepers' Podcast, Jo Wood talks to Alice Thompson from Moneypenny about how bookkeepers can benefit from having outsourced support with answering telephone calls and online chat. Alice explains what Moneypenny does and how they offer telephone answering and online chat services to businesses of all sizes. She goes on to discuss the differences between inbound and outbound calls and how having support can help bookkeepers focus on their work without interruption. They also explore the benefits of having a receptionist who is trained to understand the kinds of questions clients and prospects might have and can handle them appropriately. The amount of support can be increased or decreased depending on the bookkeeper's schedule and how much support they require. Jo and Alice also touch on the importance of not missing a call as it can damage the relationship with the client. They also discuss concerns about losing control and how businesses pay for telephone answering services. Alice goes on to explain how live chat works and how it can be installed onto a website. They also address the common misconception that only large businesses can afford to outsource support. Finally, Jo and Alice offer some tips on how to start outsourcing and discuss the types of businesses that commonly outsource telephone answering. Time Stamps: 0:00 Introduction 0:22 - Introduction to Alice from Moneypenny 1:24 - Differences between inbound and outbound calls 3:00 - How a telephone answering service is like having a receptionist 4:10 - Why having support helps bookkeepers focus 5:45 - How missing a call can damage the relationship with the client 7:40 - Concerns about losing control 9:45 - Payment for telephone answering services 11:00 - How live chat works 13:28 - Installation of web chat onto a website 15:00 - Misconception about outsourcing support only being for large businesses 16:30 - Tips on how to start outsourcing 20:20 - Types of businesses that commonly outsource telephone answering 22:00 Conclusion If you're a bookkeeper looking for ways to improve your business, this episode is a must-listen! Resources: Are you 6 Figure Ready? Take our Quiz 6figurebookkeeper.scoreapp.com ---------------------------------- Find out more about Jo and Zoe by following The 6 Figure Bookkeeper on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/c/6FigureBookkeeper ---------------------------------- Community: The 6 Figure Bookkeepers' Club on Facebook 6figurebookkeeper.club ----------------------------------------- Book Order your copy of our bestselling book The Bookkeeper Rises ----------------------------------------- Courses Find out more about The Bookkeepers' 6-Month Success Programme. Join our Bookkeepers' Startup Programme 6figurebookkeeper.com/startup ------------------------------------------ About our sponsor Get a 30-day free trial and two months' half price of Go Proposal by going to bit.ly/6FBGP ------------------------------------------ About us We help bookkeepers find clients, make more money and build businesses they love that work for them. We're raising the profile of the bookkeeping profession and bookkeepers worldwide. Whether you're a bookkeeper or accountant wanting to grow your own business to have the flexibility for your life, and your family, come and join us. Join our FREE Facebook community, The 6 Figure Bookkeepers' Club, to experience this revolution for yourself. ----------------------------------------------- Connect Connect with Jo Wood and Zoe Whitman in The 6 Figure Bookkeepers' Club on Facebook at 6figurebookkeeper.club
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Episode No. 592 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Amalia Mesa-Bains and curator Michael Duncan. The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive is presenting "Amalia Mesa-Bains: Archaeology of Memory," the first retrospective of the pioneering Chicana artist. The exhibition includes nearly 60 works including fourteen of Mesa-Bains' major installations. It was curated by María Esther Fernández and Laura E. Pérez and is on view through July 23. The outstanding catalogue was published by the Berkeley Art Museum in association with University of California Press. Amazon and Indiebound offer it for about $50. Across a half-century, Mesa-Bains has foregrounded Chicana forms such as altares (home altars), ofrendas (offerings to the dead), descansos (roadside resting places), and capillas (home yard shrines) into contemporary art. Her work often spotlights domestic spaces and the construction of landscape in ways that highlight colonial erasure. Among the museums which have presented solo exhibitions of Mesa-Bains' work are the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Williams College Museum of Art, the Fowler Museum at UCLA, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. As promised on the program: Sandy Rodriguez on Episode No. 532. On the second segment, curator Michael Duncan discusses "Another World: The Transcendental Painting Group, 1938-45," which is at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through June 19. The exhibition presents a group of mostly northern New Mexico-based artists, including Raymond Jonson and Agnes Pelton, who built a spiritually-informed abstraction with a painterly language that included symbols and images drawn from the collective unconscious. The show's catalogue was published by the Crocker Art Museum and DelMonico Books. Amazon and Indiebound offer it for about $60.
Mike Busch is arguably the best known Aircraft and Powerplant mechanic in general aviation. Mike joins Jeff Simon on SocialFlight Live to talk about the new Continental Mandatory Service Bulletin (MSB23-1) & Airworthiness Directive , Safe Cylinder Removal and Installation & more. “SocialFlight Live!” is a live broadcast dedicated to supporting General Aviation pilots and enthusiasts during these challenging times. Register at SocialFlightLive.com to join the live broadcast every Tuesday evening at 8pm ET (be sure to join early because attendance is limited for the live broadcasts).
Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice
Tackling the task of choosing the foundation we wanted to go with at the Epic Homestead was the most daunting part of this process. With so many material options and little room for error, this is an important piece to understand. Kyle gives me some feedback about the foundation I choose for my greenhouse
"Everyone has this world of sound at their fingertips," Clayton said. "And so what if we can turn something which is ordinarily private -- your own personal playlist -- into something that's broadcast in this space?"
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Episode No. 591 features artists Kahlil Robert Irving and Rogelio Báez Vega. Kahlil Robert Irving is included in "I'll Be Your Mirror: Art and the Digital Screen" at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Across more than 25,000 square feet, the exhibition examines the screen's vast impact on art from 1969 to the present. It was curated by Alison Hearst and remains on view through April 30. Irving will deliver a lecture at MAMFW on March 7 at 6 pm. Walker Art Center in Minneapolis has just opened "Kahlil Robert Irving: Archaeology of the Present", a presentation of new Irving sculptures, video, and found objects. Irving has situated his sculptures and other items within a large plywood platform, resembling a stage. Viewers can move onto the structure to encounter both artworks and manufactured objects alike. The show, which was curated by William Hernández Luege, will be on view through January 21, 2024. Irving's assemblages of images and replicas of every day objects challenge constructions of Western identity and culture. His ceramic sculptures incorporate neglected objects that represent a historical moment, as do his room-sized, image-driven installations. Irving has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Contemporary Art Museum Saint Louis; he's been featured in group exhibitions at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, MASS MoCA in North Adams, Mass., the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and more. Rogelio Báez Vega is included in "no existe un mundo poshuracán: Puerto Rican Art in the Wake of Hurricane Maria" at the Whitney. The exhibition, organized to coincide with the fifth anniversary of Maria, explores how artists have responded to the years since that event. It includes 15 artists from Puerto Rico and the diaspora. It was curated by Marcela Guerrero with Angelica Arbelaez, and will be on view through April 23. Báez Vega's paintings often portray modernist buildings dating from Puerto Rico's post-war boom. While his pictures sometimes show the island's rich vegetation overtaking physical structures, they imply both a dystopian future and nature's promise. Instagram: Kahlil Robert Irving, Rogelio Báez Vega, Tyler Green.
When it comes to solar power, knowing the right information can be a huge game-changer for your business. Learn the permit requirements and how to perform rough and final inspections, all from the perspective of the AHJ (authority having jurisdiction). Know what you're looking for and more with Dave Killgore, CPI.
This week hear about some soon-to-close art shows around town. Today: Lindsey Berfond, assistant curator and studio programs manager at Queens Museum, talks about two exhibits she organized that close on Sunday: Xaviera Simmons' "Crisis Makes a Book Club" and Charisse Pearlina Weston's "of [a] tomorrow: lighter than air, stronger than whiskey, cheaper than dust". Installation view, Charisse Pearlina Weston: of [a] tomorrow: lighter than air, stronger than whiskey, cheaper than dust, Queens Museum (October 2, 2022 - March 5, 2023). (Hai Zhang/courtesy Queens Museum)
Mike, Kody, and Christian talk about how the development of Spotline v2 and Stagehand Pro 5 are coming along, and Mike shares some insights from installing some of the gear on site. They also tease some new features in Spikemark and new swag that will be shown off at USITT both 339.
In this inspirational episode, Canadian artist and conservation activist Camille Myles encourages us to step out of our comfort zones, put ourselves out there, and trust in our capabilities. By embracing bravery and a healthy amount of risk-taking, Camille has paved the way forward in her art career. Here's what we discuss:1. Why Camille is passionate about pursuing a multi-disciplinary art career, and the ways in which experimentation benefits her work.2. What inspired Camille to bridge the gap between visual art and conservation work in her creative practice.3. The importance of making brave choices (even if they feel scary!) and taking leaps of faith in our art careers.4. What we can learn from trusting ourselves on a deeper level, both personally and professionally.About Camille:Camille Myles is a French-Canadian multi-disciplinary contemporary artist and conservation activist exploring imagery that is grounded in our identity and reflects our impacts on the environment. Working in public art, painting, sculpture and installation, she creates art that tells a story linked to community connection, self-reflection and the restorative effects of nature. She received her BFA in Sculpture & Installation at Ottawa University and her MA in Heritage Conservation at Carleton University. Marrying her passion for conservation and art, she has worked as an archaeologist, in artist-run centres, the National Art Gallery in Ottawa, ICCROM in Rome, Canada's National Trust and was a Park Superintendent at Parks Canada. Myles has exhibited extensively including Quest Art Gallery, Ottawa Art Gallery, BHA Gallery, Arts Mums United, Visionary Art Collective, Arts to Hearts Project, PxP Contemporary, Ottawa Art Gallery, Gallery 115, among others. In 2022, she was invited in 2022 to join the International Broken Forests Art Collective. She has been awarded an art residency in June 2022 at Studio H Canada in Victoria BC where she developed her new painting collection of “Crying Landscapes” - a plea for change as well as “I Stand Alone” an interactive drawing installation which has been exhibited at Quest Art Gallery in August-Sept 2022.Follow Camille on Instagram: @camillemylesartWebsite: camillemylesart.com Visit our website: visionaryartcollective.com Join our newsletter:visionaryartcollective.com/newsletter
Reviews of the new immersive show David Hockney: Bigger & Closer (not smaller & further away) at Lightroom in London and Korean film Broker, with Larushka Ivan Zadeh and Ekow Eshun. Installation artist Mike Nelson on the art in his new retrospective at the Hayward Gallery in London and the challenge of reconstructing such epic work. Plus AI writing. Neil Clarke, Editor of The American science fiction and fantasy magazine Clarkesworld, on suspending new submissions after being swamped by AI-generated stories, and why AI could be a serious challenge the way we think about literature. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Sarah Johnson Photo: David Hockney with his work at Lightroom. By Justin Sutcliffe
A conversation with artist Mat Collishaw. Collishaw is an artist who creates installations that leverage the ephemeral nature of illusions to explore issues related to perception, moral ambiguity and the brevity of life. Among his latest work is a collaboration with NFT veterans Danil Krivoruchko and the team at OG.Art. The project extends a floral theme Collishaw has explored for years by allowing collectors to breed and hybridize new variations based on community interactions and assets in the collectors' wallets. https://matcollishaw.com/https://og.art/
On this episode of the Ninja Selling podcast, hosts Garrett and Matt tackle the challenge of implementing what you learn at an installation. By emphasizing the importance of building a solid foundation and adopting a growth mindset, the hosts provide actionable strategies for managing the implementation process effectively. Creating a support network is also highlighted as a key factor in staying on track, ensuring that the implementation process becomes a seamless part of your workflow. Matt and Garrett cover a range of topics, from organizing your database to identifying your real buyers and sellers, and advocate a "choose your own adventure novel" approach to business growth. Depending on where you are in your business, they suggest different areas of focus, such as attracting new business or improving buyer and seller processes. They also discuss the importance of capturing your time and establishing a buyer consultation process to get your business off the ground. In essence, today's episode provides a roadmap for anyone looking to channel the undeniable energy and momentum of an installation into their daily work and life. More great ideas and advice be yours by joining the community of almost 10,000 Ninjas who collaborate, ask and answer questions, network, and more in the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook. Leave a voicemail at 208-MY-NINJA if you'd like to offer more direct feedback. Be sure to check out Ninja Selling Events for upcoming installations and other events, and if you'd like personalized help in achieving your goals, visit Ninja Coaching to connect with one of our fantastic coaches. Episode Highlights: The excitement of attending an installation Implementing new strategies How a growth mindset can help you during the implementation process Creating a support network of like-minded individuals Celebrating small wins along the way Organizing your database Developing frequencies to reach out to individuals on your hot and warm lists Focusing on the area that is most important for you Practical advice on how to maintain momentum and continue growing. Quotes: "If you're trying to implement everything at once, you're not going to get any of it done." "The implementation process is a long game." "When you feel the resistance, that's when the growth is happening." "If you don't have support, it's tough to do anything in life." "The database is the first thing.” "It's kind of like a choose your own adventure novel.” "Figure out who your real buyers and real sellers are in there and help them move forward." "Don't beat yourself up, don't rip yourself down. Just always be growing and being better." "Use the people around you to help you go on this path and this journey. It's going to be a wonderful ride." "Once you build that machine and you get it up to cruising altitude, it takes very little to keep it in the air and to keep that momentum going at that level." Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group Ninja Coaching Book Study
Today's guest is Sam D'Amico, Founder and CEO at Impulse. Impulse is helping to electrify homes with sleek-looking all-electric appliances, starting with an induction cooktop.Regardless of whether or not you pay close attention to the climate space, you've probably seen some commentary in the last few weeks about gas stoves. The gas stovetop has become one of the latest culture war topics in American political discourse. Recent remarks from an official with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission about health risks associated with gas stoves in the home have prompted a wave of conservative voices to speak out in support of gas stoves, with one prominent House Republican tweeting a picture of a lit gas stovetop and the caption QUOTE "you'll have to pry it from my COLD DEAD HANDS!"Sam and Cody have a great conversation about the news from the last few weeks, the emissions profile of gas stoves, recent data on health risks associated with gas stoves in the home, the history of how gas stoves came into homes in the first place, some of the city and state level regulation that has recently been enacted around gas hookups in new construction, and then all about induction stoves and what Impulse is building. Since this topic is likely to cross over and come up in conversation with folks you might not expect, we hope you find it informative and helpful. In this episode, we cover: [3:38] The culture war around gas stoves [5:25] Growth of gas usage in homes [9:57] Emissions and human health concerns of using gas stoves[17:57] Regulations around gas hookups[22:27] Utility incentives and influencer campaigns for gas appliances [27:11] Legacy electric stove tops [31:14] An overview of induction stoves [5:45] Installation process for induction stoves [40:04] Impulse's suite of appliances[45:30] Sam's background and how he transitioned to working on appliances[47:55] Future plans for Impulse [50:49] Challenges and changes needed to help people understand induction stoves Get connected: Cody Simms Twitter / LinkedInSam D'Amico / ImpulseMCJ Podcast / Collective*You can also reach us via email at email@example.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on January 19, 2023
The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma
I enthusiastically encourage you to start the journey—now—of a single habit that will set you up for 2023 becoming your most healthy, productive and joyful year yet.Willpower scientists call this concept “a keystone habit”. The one habit that raises all habits.Maybe yours will be… … committing to exercising for an hour every morning. …or dedicating yourself to studying your craft for an hour each night.…or taking a digital sabbath, free of technology one day a week. …or walking 15,000 steps every day. …or cleaning up your language so there's zero victimspeak and total leader talk. …or having a family meal without phones three times a week. I'm not sure what your “one best habit” will be yet please do remember the idea I've been teaching for over 25 years: a 1% improvement every day leads to a 30% improvement within a month and a 365% improvement in a year.Yes: small daily seemingly insignificant improvements when done consistently over time lead to stunning results.Kindly Know: If you'd like me to become your mentor to show you exactly how to do this more quickly than you've ever imagined I'd be honored to help you. Go here for details.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
Learn more and join the Conscious Contractor Community here.This was a great discussion with Chris, owner of Platow Tile.Chris is building a fantastic scalable business model and shares a lot of valuable information for anyone who wants to grow a profitable turnkey business.Chris credits part of his success to being inside the Tile Money Mastermind, effective immediately TMU is now called Conscious Contractor Community.Learn more about the Conscious Contractor Community & how it can assist you to grow your dream business by using the link below.https://bit.ly/3wrdo66Get your Happy Tile Guy website here https://bit.ly/3QFX3SEAre you in need of a Financial Advisor? A CPA or a Bookkeeper?Book a free 30-minute consultation with Drake using the link below. https://bit.ly/3wpQZXf