What the postharvest steps are for coffee once its picked from the tree. An interview with Dr. Irwin Donis-González, assistant professor at UC-Davis, working in the Coffee Center.In this episode, Brendon interviews Dr. Irwin Donis-González joins me to talk about postharvest management, coffee biology and how technology can be used to solve issues in the industry. Irwin shares about his background, growing up in Guatemala and his interests in engineering. He also defines what "postharvest" is and provides a distinction from "preharvest" factors in production. We talk about the role postharvest management plays in achieving food security goals, and how food waste and spoilage is intensified in impoverished countries where proper technologies are not available.Dr. Donis-González also talks about the risk of mycotoxins (toxic compounds produced by fungus) in coffee and why proper postharvest management is integral for conserving food safety. Irwin also takes us on a journey from cherry (or berry) to a final drinkable product, discussing the steps along the way and the pros/cons of each processing style. A special emphasis is placed on "drying," explaining the significance of this step for the safety and quality of coffee, along with the technologies used to monitor this process.To learn more about UC Davis' Coffee Center, click here.To connect with Dr. Donis-González, click here.
This is the story of a man who moves an entire castle to the middle of Ohio. He really wanted to have the old world feel and a real ghost to show off with. But sadly, he can't seem to get a ghost to come around. He also has a beautiful daughter that he keeps locked up in the donjon tower because she was once pursued by a man who turned out to not be a Duke. Here comes Geoffrey De Pierpont to the rescue. If he is lucky, he can pretend to be the ghost and then run away with Anita. But what of that ghost? Source: HUMOROUS GHOST STORIES BY DOROTHY SCARBOROUGH, Ph.D (1921) Music: Walking Into Darkness - myuu Narrator: Dustin Steichmann Sound FX: Zapsplat.com Cover photo: "'Dracula's Castle'" by borderlys is licensed under CC BY 2.0 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sandman-stories/message
Divorce, life, kids and growing into yourself. Divorce sucks, but it's also an opportunity for a new start, fresh perspective and happiness. In Jessica's and TH's words: "We've lived it, so we get it! My divorce took four long years to complete. Looking inward and moving forward was (and still is!) my mantra and I hope to empower others to do the same.”— T.H. Irwin, exEXPERTS founder http://finance.dailyherald.com/dailyherald/news/read/40977130/exEXPERTS: T.H., a former experiential marketing executive for USA Today and Jessica, an Emmy-nominated television producer for programs like “The Early Show” on CBS and “The Nate Berkus Show,” know how to emotionally connect with an audience. “We have stoooories!” dishes Jessica. “Some are funny, others a bit more serious. Regardless, we keep it real, raw and authentically us 100% of the time.” Stories that begin with a shocking phone call (within a week of each other) twelve years ago. Jessica was an in-demand TV news producer with two toddlers at home when she found out her husband was cheating - had been for years - throughout her entire pregnancy. T.H. learned of her ex's secret double life while on the school pick up line. The mission is to provide women with unbiased information and free support. exEXPERTS encompasses a podcast series with episodes like “What Your Divorce Attorney Doesn't Want You to Know” and “Fresh Start, Clean Up and Clean Out,” a dedicated website and “What I Wish I Knew” newsletter that offer access to vetted professionals and real life experts— no bull, no hidden fees. Together, Jessica and T.H. have inside access to hundreds of top-tier professionals and relevant resources they have called upon to offer up free information and answer the hard questions, including “What happens to my health insurance when I get a divorce?” and “What credit score do I need to buy a house or rent an apartment?” This curated group of experts range from internationally recognized love coach and best-selling author Susan Winter to Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and former FOX Business Network TV anchor Tracy Byrnes, professional organizers NeatFreaks Home and more. They will cover popular divorce topics from kids to wellness in the following categories: myDIVORCE, myWALLET, mySELF, myFAMILY, and mySTUFF. Wait, there is more!!! Have a look at www.mystepstosobriety.com to see which other books and projects I am involved in! And follow me on Instagram, Podcast, Facebook and Linkedin! https://stephanneff.podbean.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stepstosobriety/ https://www.instagram.com/stepstosobriety/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephan-neff-author/
Welcome to The Apple Seed! Some time filled with stories for you and your family. Since 2013 we've been bringing you tall tales, personal tales, fairy tales, historical tales and more. All kinds of tales, from all kinds of tellers. It's always a treat when one of our favorite tellers stops by for a visit. On today's special episode of The Apple Seed you'll hear stories and songs from Andy Offutt Irwin, performed live at the BYU Radio studio!
Lew Irwin talks about the origins of The Credibility Gap as a news satire show, and how Len Chandler composed 1,000 songs in one year alone for the program. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Lew Irwin Please subscribe to us on Apple … Continue reading →
This episode features a fun conversation between me and the super talented Purvi Gandhi Irwin. We talk about her preservation journey, travel, and different life experiences. We also discuss the importance of documenting historic structures prior to them being demolished. Links:Link to Ramsey Homes Drawings in the Library of CongressPurvi's Twitter handle: @BIMchiqPurvi's website on DEIA/JEDI issues Purvi's BlogTangible Remnants on InstagramTangible Remnants on FacebookTangible Remnants WebsiteBio:Purvi Gandhi Irwin: As the Practice Manager for Architecture at CADD Microsystems, Purvi supports professionals across all disciplines with BIM technologies, which includes teaching Revit, developing workflows and standards, troubleshooting issues, and finding creative solutions to both design and modeling problems. She has 17+ years of experience, most spent as a preservation project architect, where she specialized in using innovative technologies to facilitate the documentation and rehabilitation of institutional buildings, and 12+ years of Revit experience working with historic buildings, from conceptual design, through construction administration and project close-out. Purvi is a registered architect with degrees in both Architecture and Historic Preservation. She served on the Alexandria, VA Parker Gray Board of Architectural review from 2012 until its consolidation in 2019, as both a board member and as Board Chair. She currently serves on the Alexandria Board of Architectural Review. In the past, Purvi was also active with both the local and national chapters of the Association for Preservation Technology. She has recently become more involved in equity and diversity conversations as they relate to both the larger AEC industry and more specifically around historic preservation principles. She loves to learn and teach, with a strong belief that diversity in all ways creates stronger and more resilient communities. She has presented at many conferences over the years, including BILTna conferences, Autodesk University, DesignDC, AIA National Conference, ArchEX conference, the APTI Annual Conference, and local AIA chapter events.
We kick off the show as always with D&D News! Greg and Shelly also discuss their favorite dragons as we gear up for the release of Fizban's Treasury of Dragons coming your way October 19th! Additionally, make sure you pick up the Domains of Delight PDF, available on the DM's guild; all proceeds raised benefits DnD Extra Life which directly helps sick kids. Later, Greg is joined by D&D Senior Game Designer James Wyatt for another edition of Lore You Should Know. This week, the two discuss everything they know about Dragon Turtles. Our special interview this week is with two of the team members behind the Wild Beyond the Witchlight - Principle Art Director, Kate Irwin and D&D Game Designer, Ari Levitch! For general inquiries or show messages, please email email@example.com Dragon Talk is executively produced by Greg Tito, Shelly Mazzanoble & Wizards of The Coast. Show production by Lisa Carr & Ryan Marth of Siren Sound. Podcast recording, editing, mixing and mastering by Ryan Marth & Siren Sound.Here's your guide to when each segment begins: D&D news with Greg Tito and Shelly Mazzanoble - 0:00 Lore You Should Know - 9:21 Interview - 25:02 Outro - 1:22:48 Greg Tito Twitter - twitter.com/gregtitoShelly Mazzanoble Twitter - twitter.com/shellymooWatch Dragon Talk on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfS8QgUdeGYo-bl5Qm7Vtziape6uLNWyTLatest D&D Products - https://gtly.to/SVs8W_2f8Domains of Delight PDF - https://www.dmsguild.com/product/371449/Domains-of-Delight-5eD&D Extra Life 2021 - https://dnd.wizards.com/extralifeThe Wild Beyond The Witchlight - https://gtly.to/S3nc7l9xkStrixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos - https://gtly.to/Hl2IDym2LFizban's Treasury Of Dragons - https://dnd.wizards.com/products/treasury-dragonsD&D Celebration - https://dndcelebration.comD&D Newsletter - dnd.wizards.com/newsletterDragon + - https://dnd.wizards.com/content/dragonD&D Official Discord - https://discord.com/invite/dndD&D Virtual Play Weekends - https://dnd.wizards.com/virtual_play_weekendsJames Wyatt Twitter - twitter.com/aquelajamesAri Levitch Twitter - twitter.com/arilevitchDragon Talk Show Page - https://dnd.wizards.com/dragon-talk/podcast-hubSiren Sound - www.sirensound.co
I have a great interview to share with you today — and it includes a virtual visit to Bitterroot Flower Shop in Missoula, Montana, where I caught up with owner Lindsay Irwin. I first met Lindsay through fellow Slow Flowers members Carly Jenkins and Jamie Rogers of Killing Frost Farm. and their wholesale venture Farm […] The post Episode 526: How a Full-Service Retail Florist Sources Montana-Grown Blooms with Lindsay Irwin of Bitterroot Flower Shop appeared first on Debra Prinzing.
Prepare to have your mind roasted by Professor Irwin Corey, "The World's Foremost Authority" whose improvisational ranting was a fixture on variety shows and standup stages for over 70 years. Dressed in his signature string tie, black swallowtail coat, and hair that looked like it has been styled by a blender, Prof. Corey could effortless spin a string of obscurities, philosophical musings, corny one-liner, and madcap malapropisms on any subject of your choosing. As always, find extended cuts in the comments at laughtracksradio.com and thanks for sharing our shows.
This episode is for you, if you're someone who has a passion for interviewing others, or who is into journalism and the likes and wants more insight on how to connect with their audience being interviewed. And by doing so, connecting with human beings on a different level (spiritual, mental and emotionally) thereby building a bond of community and trust. And by doing so, enforcing the Global Goal of Good Health and Well Being for all those involved through empathic journalism. Today we speak on this episode about: You might think you know it all, but you don't. Connect to your soul and heart. Be a compassionate listener. It's important to make your interviewee feel safe. Judgement will come up in your thoughts, investigate it first, within yourself. Give people confidence and thereby create space to talk honestly and openly about the things that we usually keep silent for fear of judgement. Not knowing how to reach your goals doesn't mean you stop pursuing your dreams. The Innerviewer is a lifestyle meets online platform that is based on sharing meaningful conversations. Initiator of The Innerviewer is Irwin Ment. A compassionate listener, storyteller and in-depth interviewer who has the ability to communicate directly with your soul, giving you the opportunity to reconnect with your own authenticity. Irwin's purpose in life is to live life in its many shapes by only allowing the positive energy to flow into every experience. In his presence, you are allowed to be yourself whether he is speaking with you casually or through his interviews. He wants you to feel so much at ease that only the deepest stories, those that describe best you as a unique person come out. The Innerview with Irwin Ment is his way to contribute to a better world where your inner self is allowed to manifest.
ENG: To kick off season 2 of the Design in Transition podcast, we had a conversation with Terry Irwin and Gideon Kossoff, director and associate director, respectively, of the Transition Design Institute. Terry and Gideon along with Cameron Tonkinwise developed the building blocks of the initial Transition Design framework and integrated it into the CMU School of Design programs and curricula in 2014, including the Transition Design PhD program. This conversation was a round table with several of this podcast collaborators for this season: Silvana Juri, Marysol Ortega Pallanez, Erica Dorn, Sofía Bosch Gómez and Alex Polzin. In this round table we touched on topics such as how we conceive Transition Design today; in what ways it has evolved since its inception, including a look at the research, contexts and approaches of each of us as PhD researchers in the Transition Design program at Carnegie Mellon University. We also talked about those aspects that we see must be part of a transition designer. Finally, we asked Terry and Gideon what new ideas they are pursuing right now. PUBLICATIONS About Transition Design: https://transitiondesignseminarcmu.net/ Transition Design Institute at CMU: https://transitiondesigninstitute.net/ ESP: Para inaugurar nuestra segunda temporada del podcast Diseño en Transición, tuvimos una conversación con Terry Irwin y Gideon Kossoff, directora y director asociado, respectivamente, del Transition Design Institute. Terry y Gideon junto con Cameron Tonkinwise desarrollaron los componentes básicos de la estructura inicial del Diseño para las Transiciones y lo integraron en los programas y planes de estudio de la Escuela de Diseño de CMU en 2014, incluido el programa de doctorado en Diseño para las Transiciones. Esta conversación fue en estilo de mesa redonda junto con varios de lxs colaboradores de este podcast: Silvana Juri, Marysol Ortega Pallanez, Erica Dorn, Sofía Bosch Gómez y Alex Polzin. La conversación se llevó a cabo en inglés pero hemos incluído una traducción al español de la transcripción de la misma. Además hemos preparamos una sesión de mesa redonda paralela en español con la cual cerraremos el final de la temporada. En esta mesa redonda tocamos temas como el de cómo concebimos al Diseño para las Transiciones el día de hoy; en que formas esta evolucionando desde sus inicios, incluyendo un vistazo a las investigaciones, los contextos y los abordajes de cada uno de nosotrxs como doctorandxs del programa de Diseño para las Transiciones en Carnegie Mellon University. También hablamos de aquellos aspectos que vemos deben ser parte de una diseñadora para las transiciones. Finalmente le preguntamos a Terry y a Gideon qué nuevas ideas están impulsando en este momento. PUBLICACIONES EN INGLÉS: About Transition Design: https://transitiondesignseminarcmu.net/ Transition Design Institute at CMU: https://transitiondesigninstitute.net/
In this week's episode Jarod & Travis recap the week's matches including the historic Singles Title Match, the final round one matches of the Singles tournament and the first match of the Star Wars tournament. Travis' Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blackleader439 Levi's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mister_mcfeely Help us out by chuckin' a buck on our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thenerdacademypodcast
Anyone who spends a decent amount of time on the wholesome side of the internet knows there are 3 pillars of society that the internet looks up to. These three pillars are men who have made an impression on the people who watched their shows, and encourage them to do their very best. These three men are Bob Ross, Fred Rogers, and Steve Irwin. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life of the late, great Steve Irwin, his relationship with animals and people, and his self-proclaimed view of money.
Anyone who spends a decent amount of time on the wholesome side of the internet knows there are 3 pillars of society that the internet looks up to. These three pillars are men who have made an impression on the people who watched their shows, and encourage them to do their very best. These three men are Bob Ross, Fred Rogers, and Steve Irwin. Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the life of the late, great Steve Irwin, his relationship with animals and people, and his self-proclaimed view of money.
Inventa Capital Co-founder, Craig Parry, joins MSD to discuss his career and how he has approached the art of building companies within the junior mining sector. Warren Irwin then talks about a series of bull markets happening within the metals section of the commodities boom. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration and plans on delivering a pre-feasibility study in Q4 2021 to further de-risk and advance the project towards permitting. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Corvus Gold is a North American gold exploration and development company, focused on its near-term gold-silver mining projects in southwestern Nevada. The Company holds a commanding land position within the Bullfrog Mining District. Neighbouring, adjacent projects controlled by AngloGold Ashanti, Kinross Gold and Coeur Mining highlight this active District. The two 100% owned North Bullfrog & Mother Lode projects have a combined nearly 4-Million oz gold of in-pit resource and continues to grow with an on-going, successful, resource expansion drill program. Corvus trades on the TSX and the Nasdaq with the symbol KOR. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website, www.westerncopperandgold.com. Rio-2 is advancing the Fenix Gold Project in Chile, the largest undeveloped gold heap leach project in the Americas. Fenix consists of 5 million ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 1.4 million ounces in the inferred resource category. With a robust PFS in place, Fenix is set up for fast-tracked construction and production. You can find a list of project and company information on their website, rio2.com.
Irwin Jacobs, founder of Qualcomm and Linkabit, Professor at MIT and UCSD, and philanthropist, talks with Microwave Journal editors Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude about his education, founding and breakup of Linkabit, launch and growth of Qualcomm, highlights of technology development projects, philanthropy activities, and outlook on the future of communications.
It was 1947 when James Dillet Freeman heard the words that would inspire his most beloved and widely known poem, “I Am There.” His wife Katherine was in the hospital after undergoing surgery for cancer. It was a time of deep personal need, Freeman recalled. “I was in great anguish of spirit.” When the doctors told him Katherine had terminal cancer, he left the hospital and went to the Silent Unity Prayer and Healing Room at the then-Unity Headquarters “God,” he prayed aloud, “if you are there, please allow my Katherine to live. Oh, God, where are you?” Freeman would later recall that he heard a “clear and audible empathetic voice” speak to him, “Do you need me? I am there.” He looked around to see who was talking, but saw no one. While he bowed his head, he could still hear the words and felt hope and comfort. Upon reflection, Freeman recalled that hospital scene when the doctor emerged from the surgery room. The doctor, he said, walked slowly over, shook his head and told Freeman, “I am sorry, the cancer has spread.” He said Katherine had just months to live. A few days later, while she was still in the hospital, Freeman shared the doctor's prognosis with Katherine, but she seemed to already know. Amid her weakened condition, he said, the couple kept an upbeat façade to comfort each other. Freeman recalled taking her hand and laying down beside her. “All at once there was a presence in the room with us, and we knew we were not alone,” Freeman later wrote. Several days later, he took Katherine home. She was in a lot of pain, Freeman said, but her courage carried them both. In the evenings when the pain was nearly unbearable, Freeman would often read to her the words he had heard in the chapel. Katherine lived for 10 months after the diagnosis. Although a great loss to him, Freeman said he did not lose faith. Rather, he was sustained by his wife's faithful influence. He said the experience taught him that God's love is always present. The original verses of “I Am There” tell of each phase of the months leading to Katherine's transition. Freeman remembered the question, “Do you need me?” and the divine response of assurance, “I am there.” On August 7, 1971, the poem was famously carried to the moon by Apollo 15 astronauts James B. Irwin, David R. Scott, and Alfred M. Worden. Stored in a microfilm file, the poem was intended to be left there for future space explorations. In this lecture Freeman explores the wonderous power of of imagination and conception in on the way a poet could do. Alternate Universe Reality Activation get full access to new meditations, new lectures, recordings from the reality con and the 90 day AURA meditation schedulehttps://realityrevolutionlive.com/aura45338118 BUY MY BOOK! https://www.amazon.com/Reality-Revolution-Mind-Blowing-Movement-Hack/dp/154450618X/ Listen my book on audible https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Reality-Revolution-Audiobook/B087LV1R5V Music By Mettaversesolsticerebirthinner world639 hz heart chakrajourney through the mutiversetibetan singing bowlsawakening the energetic heartnocturnetravel lightgolden lotuswhen all else fades ➤ Listen on Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/2KjGlLI ➤ Follow them on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2JW8BU2 ➤ Subscribe to their channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyvjffON2NoUvX5q_TgvVkw All My Anthony Norvell Episodes - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_XHLvIXgYWWKbweUfzocyZ All My Neville Goddard Videos In One Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo8kBZsJpp3xvkRwhbXuhg0M All my videos about Dr. Joseph Murphy - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_OtBhXg2s85UuZBT-OihF_ For all episodes of the Reality Revolution – https://www.therealityrevolution.com Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/The-Reality-Revolution-Podcast-Hosted-By-Brian-Scott-102555575116999 Join our facebook group The Reality Revolution https://www.facebook.com/groups/523814491927119 Subscribe to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOgXHr5S3oF0qetPfqxJfSw Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org #channeling #jamesdilletfreeman #imagination #totalhumanoptimization
This week we're honored to have Daniel Quintanilla and Jessamine Irwin on our show. They are the filmmakers behind Le Carrefour (The Intersection). Jesse will talk to them about them about what inspired them to create this film and their backgrounds. If you listen to this show you'll want to see this important documentary. Here's the film's description, “Cécile reconnects with the French of her childhood thanks to recently arrived Franco-African immigrants, like Tresor, seeking asylum in Cécile's hometown of Lewiston, Maine. Cecile's Franco roots tie her to the thousands of French-Canadians who came before her to power the local mills, and who suffered from decades of discrimination and oppression. As history repeats itself, Cécile and Trésor develop a close friendship that helps Cécile finally find her pride in being Franco-American.” Film's Website https://lecarrefourfilm.com/ Support the Film - https://www.gofundme.com/f/2ukpv-film-fundraiser-le-carrefour Trailer - https://vimeo.com/567610579 Get an in-person ticket to see Le Carrefour - https://pointsnorthinstitute.org/films/the-intersection-le-carrefour/?parent=/ciff/films/?_ Get a virtual Ticket to see Le Carrefour - https://watch.eventive.org/camdeniff/play/61278ca1461d29002911f8fd/611a9cf1a26c240fba48e59d TV5Monde Maine Heritage Film Grant to ‘Le Carrefour'- https://frenchculture.org/film-tv-and-new-media/12930-tv5monde-maine-heritage-film-grant Documentary ‘Le Carrefour/The Intersection' to premiere at Camden International Film Festival - Documentary 'Le Carrefour/The Intersection' to premiere at Camden International Film Festival (bangordailynews.com) Documentary film connects two French cultures: Le Carrefour-The Intersection - http://francoamerican.bdnblogs.com/2021/07/22/franco-american-news-and-culture/documentary-film-connects-two-french-cultures-le-carrefour-the-intersection Don't forget to check out our Patreon for extra bonus content and a way to support the show - https://www.patreon.com/fclpodcast You can get your own FCL Face Mask, check out our merch on Teespring – https://www.teespring.com/fclpodcast
Starting with Matthew 7:7-11, Graeme reveals the "Father heart of God", a Father who wants everyone to have an unconditional, strong relationship with him. He never rejects us, always is there for us, desiring to communicate with us and wanting us to find the answers and resources that we need. He is always ät home" for us. Ask, seek and knock and you will find the peace and satisfaction of experiencing the father heart of God. Graeme prays into these attributes of God, and into these opportunities that we have to know him, overcoming any pain and blockages which may have resulted from our own imperfect childhood experience of being fathered.
In this week’s episode (recorded in late July), we jump right in with our delightful guest, Andy Offut Irwin. One of the most sought after performing storytellers in the United States, Andy has been a Featured Teller at the National Storytelling Festival more than ten times. He has appeared fourteen times as Teller in Residence at International Storytelling Center. Among other gigs, Andy has been a Guest Artist at La Guardia High School of Art, Music, and Performing Arts in New York (The “FAME!” School); he has been a Keynote Speaker/Performer at the Library of Congress-Virburnum Foundation Conference on Family Literacy; a Guest Writer Performer with the Georgia Tech Glee Club; and a guest composer with the Amherst College Men’s Double Quartet.Andy has held a few almost-real-jobs that include: Artist-In-Residence in Theatre at Emory University’s Oxford College from 1991 to 2007. (He continues serving at Oxford from time-to-time as Artist-in-Just-Passing-Through). A very long time ago Andy spent five years as a performer, writer, and director for SAK Theatre at Walt Disney World.Andy is the recipient of many awards, but he is tickled as can be to have received the Oracle 2013 Circle of Excellence from the National Storytelling Network.It all that weren’t enough, he is also a world class whistler! Andy Offut Irwin This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at emergingform.substack.com/subscribe
President of the National Jewish Center for Leading and Leadership, author of Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life, and seventh-generation rabbi Irwin Kula brings us through a spiritual journey in the desert — and may just show us the strength to stay there in the in-between.
3-Time US Open Champion, Hale Irwin, joins the boys this week on the Clubs & Corks Golf Podcast. Irwin is one of the greatest golfers of all-time winning 3 US Open Championships while never losing in his 5 appearances representing the Stars & Stripes in the Ryder Cup. Just a fabulous conversation with the champ while sharing some funny stories. Don't forgot to Share and Subscribe!Special Thanks to our sponsor Robert Keenan Winery in Napa. Great wines and even better people. Please support them like they support us! As you can see we love the wine! Special 20% off Coupon for Clubs and Corks Listeners by entering CLUBSANDCORKS in caps when you check out at www.keenanwinery.comJoin our Clubs & Corks Golf Patreon Page. Support the show and listen to so much more great bonus content like the Back 9 Section where we ask our guests some funny questions along with the Ultimate Golf Weekend in different parts of the country and world. Alot of great stuff going on in our C&C Patreon Page and it greatly helps us to keep this show going and grow! https://www.patreon.com/clubsandcorks
The Awesome Women of exExperts, T.H. Irwin and Jessica Klingbaum, join Host, Susan Guthrie this week to share their collective thoughts and wisdom on divorce because as they say, "they've been there so they get it!" For so many people the divorce process is like a firehose of information that is just overwhelming and confusing. It is a rush of information to learn, decisions to be made and emotions to be managed and you have no way of knowing who or what to believe or listen to. My guests this week, T.H. Irwin and Jessica Klingbaum, get it. They really do, because they have been there (boy, have they been there) and they want to pay it forward by helping you. This episode is the onramp to express lane on the highway that is divorce so hit play and take charge of your journey now! T.H. and Jessica also share the details on their personal and intertwined divorce journeys and let me just say, after 30 plus years as a divorce attorney, I thought I had heard it all - I HAD NOT! Tune in to hear their story and to find out what the "it" of divorce is! About this week's special guests: ABOUT JESSICA Jessica Klingbaum holds a BA from Brandeis University and a Masters in Broadcast Journalism from New York University. She is an Emmy-nominated former TV producer for national networks, including CBS, FOX, and CNBC. She co-founded exEXPERTS in 2020 with a mission to educate, support, and empower women like herself who have been affected by divorce. Originally from Cherry Hill, NJ, Jessica has called NYC her home for more than twenty years and currently resides in the West Village with her two children. She is an eternal optimist who loves fashion, gummy bears, and spending quality time with friends and family. ABOUT T.H. T.H. Irwin began her career at a boutique market research firm in NYC and after earning her Masters Degree in Marketing from Fordham Graduate School of Business, she went to advance her career at Arthur Andersen Consulting. After her separation, she pivoted and discovered her talent for creating community-driven media events. In her role as Director of Experiential Events for USA Today, she scaled hyper-local, original events to a national level. In 2020 she co-founded exEXPERTS, a free online resource to help women of all ages navigate their divorce - a community she wishes she'd had during her own divorce journey more than a decade ago. She loves adventure and the outdoors which she proved on a Kilimanjaro climb, her non-profit work with organizations like the Center for Hope & Safety and United Breast Cancer Foundation, and nurturing her mind and body on a daily basis. She lives in Bergen County with her amazing boyfriend, children and dog Daisy. Find out more about exExperts at www.exexperts.com! 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Jessica is a underwater archaeologist and this isn't her first appearance on the show and much like our first conversation we go all over the board with so many topics. The simulation we may or may not be living in and the deep dives into some world topics with a few crazy dreams or ideas thrown in the mix.
Irwin Novack has done what very few CEOs manage to do - last. That speaks to the qualities that drove Kane's Founder Maurice Rothman to pursue a young Novack years after spending only a couple days together. Rothman convinced Novak to move his family down from North Carolina to St. Petersburg, and took him under his wing. Once working for Kane's, Novack's role expanded steadily until he eventually took the top spot as C.E.O. But we start our conversation earlier than that...when student Irwin Novack received the call we all dread.
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Archinect Sessions Next Up: Exhibit Columbus concludes today with our conversations with the recipients of The J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize. Today's final episode is a conversation with Sam Jacob. Sam Jacob Studio is a London-based practice that works at a variety of scales from urban planning to architecture, design objects, art, and curatorial work. Sam Jacob also currently works as a Professor of Architecture at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and as a columnist for Art Review. Sam's installation for Exhibit Columbus is located on Washington Street. He treats the six city blocks as a design object in his project titled "Alternative Instruments," telling a story of Utopia from the perspective of both history and fiction, referencing a 16th century novel by Thomas More through symbolism, mapping, and the typography of the Utopian alphabet.
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Archinect Sessions Next Up: Exhibit Columbus continues with sharing conversations with the recipients of The J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize. Today's episode is a conversation with Olalekan Jeyifous. Olelakan, who also goes by LEk, as I refer to him in this conversation, is a Nigerian-born visual artist with an architecture degree from Cornell. His work has been widely exhibited at institutions including the Studio Museum in Harlem, MoMA, Vitra Design Museum and the Guggenheim Bilboa. His work ranges from large-scale art commissions in public spaces and festivals to commercial installations. His contribution to this year's Exhibit Columbus is a fascinating hybrid of physical and virtual space entitled Archival/Revival. The installation directly references exhibits at the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library, the site of the installation, from 1970, celebrating the Black and African arts.
Archinect Sessions Next Up: Exhibit Columbus continues with sharing conversations with the recipients of The J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize. Today's episode is a conversation with Ann Lui and Craig Reschke of Future Firm. Future Firm is a Chicago-based architecture and design research office founded in 2015. Their work spans a wide array of scales, framed by their tagline, "We design on behalf of the secret lives of cities." In the case of their installation for Exhibit Columbus, Midnight Palace, the secret lives represent the nocturnal community in Columbus, Indiana. The sidewalk installation will bring together people that work in manufacturing, one of the most common jobs in the regions, with restaurant workers, truckers on I65, parents of newborns, dedicated stargazers, students, and residents with families overseas.
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50 años del primer rover Lunar / Nauka la lía / Multa enorme a Amazon / Teletrabajar desde la cama es muy común / Rusia consigue desconectarse de Internet / Los Chromebook siguen por las nubes Patrocinador: MEDAC, el líder de la FP en España, tiene una titulación a distancia genial: "Técnico Superior en Animaciones 3D, Juegos y Entornos Interactivos a distancia" https://medac.es/fp-a-distancia/grado-superior-animaciones-3d-a-distancia. Un ciclo formativo en que aprenderás a diseñar un videojuego desde cero con herramientas tan punteras como Unity, Substance o 3D Studio. — Ofrecen 500 euros de descuento en la matrícula https://medac.es/fp-a-distancia/grado-superior-animaciones-3d-a-distancia hasta el 31 de julio. 50 años del primer rover Lunar / Nauka la lía / Multa enorme a Amazon / Teletrabajar desde la cama es muy común / Rusia consigue desconectarse de Internet / Los Chromebook siguen por las nubes 50 años del primer coche en la Luna. Mañana no hay newsletter, así que os cuento que el 31 de julio de 1971, hace 50 años, la misión Apollo 15 de la NASA dejó el primero de sus tres Lunar Rover https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpqhVKwByZY en la superficie. David Scott y James Irwin lo condujeron unos 28 km por la superficie. Pesaba unos 210 Kg (34 Kg en la Luna). Motor eléctrico, claro. — Ahí sigue, aparcado en la Luna. Podéis verlo https://fly-news.es/espacio/apollo-15-luna-rover-lro-fotos/ con un telescopio suficientemente potente. Para celebrarlo, ¿por qué no te lo pones de fondo de pantalla? Algunas fotos https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2e/Apollo_15_Lunar_Rover_and_Irwin.jpg son simplemente https://cdn.motor1.com/images/mgl/PKlRG/s1/lunar-roving-vehicle-the-one-and-only-car-on-the-moon.jpg de ciencia ficción https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d4/Apollo_15_Rover%2C_Irwin.jpg. Nauka llega a la Estación Espacial y casi la lía parda. Tras muchos problemas en sus ocho días de tránsito, Nauka tuvo que ser atracada manualmente https://www.microsiervos.com/archivo/espacio/nauka-en-estacion-espacial-internacional.html y sin combustible para un segundo intento. De hecho, luego encendió los motores inesperadamente y empujó "violentamente" a la EEI entera haciéndola girar casi 45º https://www.microsiervos.com/archivo/espacio/nauka-problemas-estacion-espacial-despues-llegar.html, y tuvieron que prender los motores de una Progress para equilibrarla. ¡Me voy de vacaciones! Nos vemos el 6 de septiembre. Si os gusta este boletín o el podcast considerad apuntaros al Patreon https://mixx.io/patreon o Ko-Fi (PayPal) https://mixx.io/kofi, donde podéis recibir merchandising y también una edición exclusiva todos los días sin publicidad. — Muchas gracias por leerme o escucharme todos los días. Sois los mejores. Amazon se lleva la mayor multa de protección de datos de Europa. Las autoridades de Luxemburgo, donde Amazon tiene su sede en la UE, han impuesto una multa de 746 millones de euros a Amazon https://www.europapress.es/economia/noticia-luxemburgo-multa-746-millones-amazon-infringir-normas-proteccion-datos-ue-20210730145728.html por supuesto tratamiento erróneo de los datos personales de los usuarios. No sabemos más detalles, más allá de que Amazon dice que se verán en los tribunales. ¿Desde dónde tele-trabajan los empleados? Una encuesta reciente en EE.UU. devuelve una cifra curiosa, que quizá sea extrapolable a otros países: el 38% de los empleados que trabajan desde casa afirma hacer sus tareas desde la cama de forma regular https://www.axios.com/38-percent-remote-workers-work-bed-f8708125-a068-47ff-9519-bb7870011cd5.html, y el 45% desde el sofá de su salón. — Qué agustito, sobre todo cuando hace frío. No me extraña que haya tanta reticencia a volver a la oficina. Consiguen desarrollar gasolina de 100 octanos sin plomo para aviones. Tras décadas de investigación, una firma americana ha presentado un combustible llamado G100 https://www.avweb.com/aviation-news/gami-awarded-long-awaited-stc-for-unleaded-100-octane-avgas/ para aviones de combustión que tiene un octanaje de 100 y sin plomo. Aunque sería más caro que los actuales bajos en plomo https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avgas#100LL_(blue), es un cambio importante porque siguen siendo la principal fuente de emisiones atmosféricas de plomo. No confundirlo con el keroseno https://www.ecured.cu/Keroseno y otros combustibles sintéticos que utilizan los aviones de pasajeros tradicionales en sus motores jet, principalmente debido a sus bajos puntos de congelación https://www.rix.co.uk/blog/why-do-planes-use-kerosene/. Rusia se desconecta del Internet global en sus primeras pruebas técnicas. La prensa local informa que la primera demostración técnica para separar las conexiones rusas de las del resto del mundo tuvieron lugar recientemente y fueron un éxito https://es.noticias.yahoo.com/rusia-desconecta-internet-pruebas-reforzar-160157723.html, sin aparente muestra de interrupciones de servicio. — De momento Rusia sigue "conectada", pero el gobierno busca estar listo por si hay ataques externos o para censurar la información de forma masiva. Google eliminará las aplicaciones de "citas por interés" de Google Play. Cambios en la política de aplicaciones de contenido de tipo sexual dejan fuera a las típicas para encontrar "sugar daddies" https://www.europapress.es/portaltic/internet/noticia-google-prohibira-aplicaciones-sugar-daddy-play-store-20210729124819.html. Básicamente aplicaciones para encontrar a gente que te pague y regale cosas por estar contigo, y lo que surja. Este tipo de acuerdos, sobre los que no me pronuncio, imagino que acabarán quedándose más o menos camuflados en Tinder y demás. Las ventas de Chromebook siguen disparadas. Principalmente aupadas por los cambios en escuelas y universidades, las ventas de estos portátiles siguen en unos 4 millones de unidades al mes https://www.canalys.com/newsroom/worldwide-pc-market-q2-2021?ctid=2161-7fe704395d9c80db01e28ad9b8701600, y flotando entre un 13 y un 18% del total de portátiles vendidos a nivel mundial. Una vetusta BlackBerry Classic puede identificar un AirTag de Apple. Con su BB OS 10, el dispositivo de 2014 puede acceder a los datos NFC del dispositivo de seguimiento https://youtu.be/_wMZRMhF82o?t=81. Un logro quizá poco destacable en el apartado técnico al ser un estándar más viejo que el Sol, pero curioso sin duda. — No os perdáis el resto del vídeo, que acaban conectándole hasta disqueteras Zip https://youtu.be/_wMZRMhF82o?t=222. Open Terms Archive revisa los cambios en los documentos legales de las plataformas digitales. Cada vez que cambien los términos de servicio, normas de uso o condiciones para los desarrolladores de Instagram, la App Store de Apple, WhatsApp o quien sea, podrás verlo en su web https://www.opentermsarchive.org/en. — Más útil es su perfil de Github donde están los diffs https://github.com/ambanum/OpenTermsArchive-versions.
The Apennine Mountains are the tallest on the Moon. They top out at almost three miles above the surrounding plains. And for Apollo 15 astronauts Dave Scott and Jim Irwin, who landed at the base of the Apennines 50 years ago today, they offered quite a view. SCOTT: Oh, look at the mountains today, Jim, when they're all sunlit — isn't that beautiful? IRWIN: It really is. SCOTT: By golly, that's just super. It's, you know, unreal! The mountains represented some of the Moon's earliest crust. And another nearby landmark — a canyon known as Hadley Rille — contained evidence of fairly recent volcanic activity. Scott and Irwin bagged about 170 pounds of rocks and dirt. And they covered a lot of ground — about 17 miles — in the first lunar rover. SCOTT: This is really a rockin', rollin' ride, isn't it? I've never been on a ride like this before. Oh, boy. I'm glad they've got this great suspension system on this thing. Scott and Irwin spent three days on the Moon. Then they rejoined crewmate Al Worden, who'd been operating a set of Moon-watching cameras from orbit. During the trip home, Worden took the first “walk” in deep space to retrieve the film. Before they left orbit, though, the astronauts achieved one more “first”: They ejected a small satellite to observe the environment around the Moon. APOLLO 15: 3, 2, 1, launch. ... Tallyho! It operated for several weeks — extending the work of Apollo 15. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory
The crew of Apollo 15 had a spectacular view. The astronauts landed at the edge of a deep canyon, near the base of some of the tallest mountains on the Moon. For scientists, the site offered a chance to study several eras of lunar geology. Dave Scott, Jim Irwin, and Al Worden headed for the Moon on July 26th, 1971. LAUNCH CONTROL: 4, 3, 2, 1, all engines running. Launch commit. Liftoff! We have liftoff ... They entered lunar orbit 50 years ago today, aboard their command module, Endeavour. APOLLO 15: Hello, Houston, the Endeavour is on station with cargo, and what a fantastic sight. CAPCOM: Beautiful news! Romantic, isn't it? The next day, Scott and Irwin boarded the lunar module, Falcon, and headed for the surface. FALCON: Eight feet, minus one. Contact! Man! Okay, Houston, Falcon is on the plain at Hadley. CAPCOM: Roger roger, Falcon. The site was ringed by the Apennine Mountains, which are almost three miles high. They formed when an asteroid slammed into the Moon four billion years ago. Shockwaves piled up layers of rock. So geologists hoped the base of the mountains might offer samples of the Moon's early crust. The site also offered details on the impact. Falcon landed at the edge of Hadley Rille, a canyon a mile wide and a quarter of a mile deep. It probably formed when a lava tube collapsed. So it offered a chance to study recent volcanic activity — at one of the most spectacular sites on the Moon. More tomorrow. Script by Damond Benningfield Support McDonald Observatory