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Spain is a country near and dear to my heart, as I lived there for a year on our family sabbatical with my teens. Join Nigel and me as we talk about traveling to Spain and share active, culinary, and cultural highlights. We'll share our favorite hotels, including Puente Romano, Belmond La Residencia, and the new Four Seasons Madrid. And we'll tell you about some of our favorite local experiences like relaxing in El Retiro Park and on Marbella's beaches, tasting tapas on terrazas and cocktails on rooftops, and hiking in the Sierra Nevada. Spain is also known for its world-class art and architecture, which you can see in the museums of Madrid, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, and the famous work of Gaudi in Barcelona. We'll take you to the white Andalucian villages of the south and the impressive Alhambra. Visit truvaytravel.com/25 for a video of today's show and additional resources.
Film and TV correspondent Tamar Munch joins Kathryn to talk about The Pact (TVNZ OnDemand), which follows a multi-generational New Zealand family traversing life's big issues, The Problem with Jon Stewart (Apple TV+) and Chatham Islanders (Maori TV), a new seven-part series which introduces us to those living on the Islands.
Thank you for being here for episode 200! This means consistency pays off. It has to begin with number 1 if you are going to to get 2 then 20 and eventually 200. Thanks for allowing the time and space in your ears, hearts, and minds. Today I announce the giveaway winners and share how you can intentionally create moments of reward and self appreciation for the hard work you put in on this journey called life. The 'Greatest Day' mindset is a lifestyle; a way of living every moment of every day with a positive attitude. It is choosing to be happy and live life with energy no matter your circumstances. Today truly is the only day you have to live, shape, and create who you want to become so choose to MAKE TODAY THE GREATEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE! More about Craig: Instagram: @greatestdaymindset Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://greatestdaymindset.com/ FOCUS: A Guided Journal to Create Lasting Change in Your Life. https://www.greatestdaymindset.com/product-page/focus If you like the show please take a screen shot and share it with your friends and tag @greatestdaymindset. If you would like notifications of new episodes and stay up to date with the show SUBSCRIBE and provide a rating and some feedback, as it helps the show get more recognition and found more easily. Thanks for the ongoing support!
Foundations of Amateur Radio The art of storing information in such a way that it doesn't devolve into random gibberish is an ongoing battle in the evolution of the human race. Egyptians five thousand years ago were perfectly happy storing information using hieroglyphs. They used it for well over three thousand years, but today you'd be hard pressed bumping into anyone on the street who knows one, let alone one thousand characters. Latin fared a little better. It's been in use for over two thousand years, but other than fields like biology, medicine and of course some religions, the best you can hope for is et cetera, mea culpa and my favourite, carpe noctum, that and a few mottos scattered about. Using technology to store information is no better. If you have a 3.5 inch floppy disc tucked away in a drawer, can you still read it today and do you know why it's called a floppy disc? What about a 5.25 inch, or 8 inch floppy. What about tape. Do you still have backups stored on DAT? Even if you could physically read the information, could you still make sense of it? Can you open a VisiCalc spreadsheet file today? That was invented during my lifetime, first released in 1979. The latest release was in 1983. My point being that storing and retrieving information is hard. Amateur Radio is an activity that has been around since the early 1900's, over a century of information. We describe our collective wisdom in books, magazines, audio recordings, websites, podcasts, videos and tweets. One of the more consistent sources of information coming from our activity is logging, specifically QSO or contact logging. There are bookshelves full of paper log files, but since the advent of home computing, logging now is primarily an electronic affair. If you've upgraded the software on your computer, you know the pains associated with maintaining your log across those transitions. If you've changed operating systems, the problem only got worse. Currently there are primarily two standards associated with logging, the ADIF and Cabrillo specifications. Both are published ways of describing how to store information in such a way that various bits of software can read the information and arrive at the same interpretation. As you might expect, things change over time and any standard needs to be able to adopt changes as they occur. How that happens is less than transparent and in an open community like amateur radio, that's a problem. Used primarily for logging contacts, the Amateur Data Interchange Format or ADIF is published on a website, adif.org. There's lively discussion in a mailing list and since its inception in 1996, it's evolved through many versions, incorporating change as it happens. Like the adoption of new digital modes, new country codes and administrative subdivisions. Used for contest logging, Cabrillo is published on the World Wide Radio Operators Foundation, or WWROF web site which assumed administration for the specification in 2014. It documents changes as they occurred, like adding contest names, station types and contest overlays. While there's clearly activity happening, there doesn't appear to be a public forum where this is discussed. Speaking of public. The DXCC, or DX Century Club is a radio award for working countries on a list. ADIF stores those country codes using the DXCC country code number, which is part of the specification published by the ARRL, the American Radio Relay League. The list of DXCC entities is copyrighted by the ARRL, which is fair enough, but you have to actually buy it from the ARRL to get a copy. This is a problem because it means that any future archivist, you included, needs access to a specific version of both the ADIF and the then valid DXCC list, just to read the information in a log file. To put it mildly, in my opinion, that's bonkers. Relying on external information isn't limited to ADIF. Cabrillo relies on external data for the format of the Location field which indicates where the station was operating from. Among others, it refers to the RSGB, the Radio Society of Great Britain who maintains a list of IOTA, or Islands on the Air, published on a web site that no longer exists. There are other issues. It appears that for the Cabrillo specification there is no incremental version number associated with any changes. Version 3 of Cabrillo was released in 2006. There are 31 changes published to update Version 3, but as far as I can tell, they're all called Version 3, so anyone attempting to read a Version 3 log will not actually know what they're dealing with. To give you a specific example of three changes. In 2016 the 119G band name was changed to 123G, which was changed in 2021 to 122G. All three labels refer to the same band, but until you actually start looking at the file will you have any indication about the version used to generate the file. Let's move on. Contesting. Not the logging or the on-air activity, but how to score a contest. What activity gets points and what incurs a penalty? Do you get different points for different bands, for different station prefixes, for low power, for multiple operators, for being portable and plenty more. Can you make contact with the same station more than once, if so, how often and under which circumstances? What is the exchange, how does it change, if at all? Each of these choices are weighed by contest managers all over the globe and they do it every time they run their contest. For some contests that means that there are dozens of rule versions across the years. To give you some idea of scale, the modern CQWW was first run in 1948 and there's at least one amateur contest every weekend. Now imagine that you're writing contest logging software that keeps track of your score and alerts you if the contact you're about to make is valid or not, or if it incurs a penalty if you were to log it. That software is driven by the rules that govern a particular contest. Some contest software is updated by the author every time a major contest is held to incorporate the latest changes. Other contest tools use external definition files, which specify how a particular contest is scored. As you might suspect, that too is information and it too is in flux and to make matters worse, there is no standard. So far, the tools that I've found that make any concerted attempt at this all use different file formats to specify how a contest is scored and of those, one explicitly points out that their file format doesn't incorporate all of the possible variation, leaving it to updating the software itself in order to incorporate changes that aren't covered by their own file format. That is sub-optimal to say the least. Personally, I think that there is a place for a global standards body for amateur radio, one that coordinates all these efforts, one that has a lively discussion, one that uses modern tools to publish its specifications and one that does this using public information with an eye on record keeping. I'm Onno VK6FLAB
Today on Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #462 the Gaea Star Band is joined by a favorite guest, New York blues and jazz singer Ptah Brown for an hour of improvised music and songs featuring Mariam Massaro on vocals, Native flute, acoustic guitar, celtic harp, ukulele and harmonica, Bob Sherwood on piano, Craig Harris on congas and Native drums and Ptah contributing her powerful voice. Recorded live at Singing Brook Studio in Worthington, Massachusetts in September of 2021, today's show begins with the dramatic “Green Dancing Trees”, a driving gypsy autumn song from Mariam with powerful backing from the band and fine countervocals from the singular Ptah. “Rialiya” from Mariam's “Release” album is given a powerful reading with driving percussion from Craig and powerful vocals from Mariam and Ptah before the band eases into the classic “Tracks Of My Tears” to support a powerful, affecting vocal from Ptah. Mariam begins the next exploration with a plaintive, extended fanfare on Native flute as Bob sets up a compelling fusion framework for what slowly collects into the lush, mystical “Luna”, a swirling, majestic piece that features fine work from each member of the ensemble. Mariam's classic “I'm The Full Moon” from her 2012 album “Gaea Star Goddesses” is expressed with power and precision before the band slides into Mariam's beautiful, tropical song “Islands”, a funky Hawaiian groove featuring Mariam's 8-string ukulele. Blues is the game for the last segment of today's show with Ptah cutting loose on two powerful, improvised blues vamps as Bob digs deep into the 20th century to bring a powerful authenticity to Ptah's vocal adventures. Learn more about Mariam here: http://www.mariammassaro.com
Racial injustice in USA; ghost towns in post-industrial Scotland; how maritime history looks from the viewpoint of Aboriginal Australians and Parsis, Mauritians and Malays; the roots of violence that has plagued postcolonial society. These are topics covered in the books shortlisted for the British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding. Rana Mitter talks to the four authors who are: Cal Flynn for Islands of Abandonment: Life in the Post-Human Landscape Eddie S. Glaude Jr. for Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for Today Mahmood Mamdani for Neither Settler nor Native: The Making and Unmaking of Permanent Minorities Sujit Sivasundaram for Waves Across the South: A New History of Revolution and Empire Producer: Ruth Watts Previously known as the Al Rodhan prize - you can find interviews with previous winners and shortlisted authors on the Free Thinking website. The winner in 2020 was Hazel V. Carby for Imperial Intimacies: A Tale of Two Islands. Other previous winners include Toby Green, Kapka Kassabova, Neil MacGregor and Karen Armstrong.
When you ask Alexi Venneri about the challenges she's had while building Digital Air Strike, a multimillion dollar tech company, she answers with an iteration of one of the quintessential interview answers: "Our challenges have become our strengths." But the thing is, she really means it. Alexi loves her company and team, who she says are like family. And she believes in treating them actually even better than most of us treat our own families. She's renting islands, for example. Hamid talks to Alexi about how she grew her business from her kitchen, how she had to leave a board meeting to feed her premature baby and her love for Richard Branson. Watch the interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Yaknz-2U9_U
On this week's episode, Sarah is back from the Galápagos Islands just in time for the Supreme Court's fall term. David and Sarah jump right in, starting with a rather spicy speech from Justice Samuel Alito. Our hosts also discuss a case with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, a professor who is suing UCLA, and the high court's upcoming cases. Show Notes: -From SCOTUSblog: Alito blasts media for portraying shadow docket in “sinister” terms -Why I Am Suing UCLA, by Gordon Klein at Common Sense with Bari Weiss -Justices add five new cases to their docket from “long conference,” including Cruz campaign case -SCOTUS oral argument schedule -Wikipedia page on Baphomet See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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“In the old days, branding was a very broad thing. Today it's picking your spot.” Jonathan Byrnes knows a thing or two about building a profitable brand for the long haul. He's a Senior Lecturer at MIT, founding partner of Profit Isle, and the author of two books and numerous HBR articles. He's also my guest this week on the On Brand podcast. Enjoy! About Jonathan Byrnes Jonathan Byrnes is founding partner and chairman of Profit Isle, a highly successful MIT spin-off SaaS software company that helps organizations increase profits by 10–30 percent using its profitability analytics and management process. A widely followed thought leader on profitable growth and innovative customer-supplier relationships, Byrnes is a frequent speaker and writer who has advised over 100 companies and institutions. He earned a doctorate from Harvard and has been a Senior Lecturer at MIT for 30 years. In addition to his popular HBS column, “The Bottom Line,” he is the author of Islands of Profit in a Sea of Red Ink, an Inc. Best Book for Business Owners and Choose Your Customer: How to Compete Against the Digital Giants and Thrive. Episode Highlights Branding today ... “All you had to do was maximize revenue and minimize cost. In the old days, branding was a very broad thing. Today it's picking your spot.” First things first. Throughout our conversation, Jonathan stressed the importance of choosing your spot. “Look where you're actually making money,” he notes. Unless, of course, your competition is Amazon. “If you're in a space with Amazon you're doomed.” According to Jonathan, one of the best things you can do is ... “Add your CFO into the branding mix.” This can provide a critical and profitable perspective. What brand has made Jonathan smile recently? Irony alert! “This is going to sound funny but Amazon. They perfectly meet my needs.” To learn more about Jonathan, check out his new book Choose Your Customer on his website or (where else?) on Amazon! As We Wrap … Did you hear something you liked on this episode or another? Do you have a question you'd like our guests to answer? Let me know on Twitter using the hashtag #OnBrandPodcast and you may just hear your thoughts here on the show. On Brand is sponsored by my book Brand Now. Discover the seven dynamics to help your brand stand out in our crowded, distracted world. Order now and get special digital extras. Learn more. Subscribe to the podcast – You can subscribe to the show via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, and RSS. Rate and review the show – If you like what you're hearing, head over to Apple Podcasts and click that 5-star button to rate the show. And, if you have a few extra seconds, write a couple of sentences and submit a review. This helps others find the podcast. OK. How do you rate and review a podcast? Need a quick tutorial on leaving a rating/review in iTunes? Check this out. Until next week, I'll see you on the Internet!
In the United States, areas that are on the low end of the socioeconomic spectrum are exposed to micro climate heatwaves – more often and for longer duration than other parts of the same city. These are urban heat islands and they are lethal to the residents.
Reviews of Azul;Queens Garden, Islands in the Mist, and a Harper's Bazaar. Featured review: Ankh-Gods of Egypt by CMON; Reroll Ecos-First Continent by AEG. Board game discussion starts at 41:55. https://bluepegpinkpeg.com/ep204.Thank you to our sponsors: Queen Games, Grand Gamers Guild, and AEG. Timestamps:41:55 - Azul-Queens Garden; 48:12- Islands in the Mist; 53:41 - Marrakesh; 1:00:18-Harper's Bazaar.
In this episode, Kimberly and Stan discuss attachment theory, styles of learned attachment, and ways to maintain healthy relationships. They discuss attachment theory regarding parent-child relationships as well as romantic partners, differences between codependence and interdependent relationships, and how to work towards mutually beneficial relationships even during conflict. Tatkin believes that with proper understanding and/or coaching, all humans can sustain loving and beneficial relationships despite conflict. Bio Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT, is a clinician, researcher, teacher, and developer of A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy®. Tatkin has written many books based on his attachment and relationship work such as Wired for Love and most recently Baby Bomb. Tatkin created the PACT Institute in 2010 with his wife, Tracey Boldemann-Tatkin, PhD, to train mental health professionals to think and work through a psychobiological lens in their clinical practice. What He Shares: --Definition of Attachment theory --Attachment styles (Islands, Waves, and Anchors) --Co-Dependence vs. Interdependence --Single and step parenting --Handling conflict What You'll Hear: --Attachment theory is felt sense of safety and security of infant and primary caregiver --Secure and insecure reactions of infant, child, adult --Island, Wave, and Anchors as learned attachment behaviors --Island preoccupied with independence and autonomy --Wave encouraged to stay dependent --Co-dependence as one-way street --Interdependence as two autonomous beings in agreement of stakeholders in relationship --Healthy relationships always being two-person system, not individual --Couples as co-architects creating culture around them --Thinking big picture in a relationship --Importance of vetting before a relationship --Focus on perfect relationship: safety & security, love & affection, admiration & growth --Relationship/children hierarchy --Single parents moving to relationships --Evolution of pair-bonding in herds --Interrupting stress patterns during conflict to remember benefits of other person --Put something in place to remind each other to keep from harming each other --Humans wired for threat, have to work through emphasizing love and benefits for individuals involved Resources website www.thepactinstitute.com IG: @drstantatkin
We took off on a fantastic Orlando trip to Disney Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, and Halloween Horror Nights! Hear all about our trip and the dos and don'ts of visiting the parks! Don't forget to check out https://www.coffeeandacomic.com Get 10% off your order with our code! Promo code: Apollocitypodcast
On Saturday Greece opened a new migrant camp on the eastern Aegean island of Samos. The facility is the first EU-designed, EU-funded migrant camp in the country, and is part of a broader European response to the tent cities that had emerged on Greece's frontline islands since migrants and refugees began to arrive en-masse at the beginning of the migration crisis in 2015. The new facility, which is meant to provide a higher standard of accommodation for asylum seekers, has also come under criticism from aid groups and NGOs. In the meantime, Saturday's announcement comes amid concerns from Athens and Brussels about a new wave of refugees from Afghanistan.Nektaria Stamouli, a correspondent with Politico based in Athens covering Greece, Cyprus, and the Balkans, joins our host Thanos Davelis with the latest analysis on these developments.Read the latest from Nekatria Stamouli for Politico: Barbed wire, curfews and wi-fi: EU touts ‘new generation' migrant camp in GreeceAfghan takeover fuels Greece-EU border patrol spatYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: UAE welcomes regional rivals at major natural gas conferenceAs tensions ease, Turkey says talks to UAE on energy investmentGreece: Firefighters contain wildfire at resort near Athens
Verno and KOC take a look back to 2019 to evaluate their previous picks for which NBA player islands to inhabit, most of which are pretty unfortunate and some of which have come off well (0:45). Then they choose some new islands from the pool of lottery picks currently in the NBA (23:40). Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we take a break from the biome series to bring you a long-awaited deep dive into ecology and evolutionary biology in the hotspots of it all, Islands! We discuss some fun evolution, as well as some notable island chains and research topics.
Mid-September has arrived on Cape Cod, and so have a multitude of different fish species. This time of the year it can be a challenge to decide which species to target! In today's show we get a full update and report from Ryan of myfishingcapecod.com, Phil Howarth of the Goose Hummock, and MFCC member Bruno Demir of Cape & *Islands Mitsubishi. If you're interested in learning more about how the fishing is right now around Cape Cod and the Islands, then this podcast is for you. Tight lines!
Defence minister of Japan, the other Indo-Pacific Quad member after Australia has spoken out defiantly on islands dispute with Beijing. Shekhar Gupta explains why rhetoric between China and Japan is ratcheting up over a small set of Islands. Also a bit on S. Jaishankar and Gen Rawat Minister sparking a debate about Islamic world & 'Clash of Civilisations'. Episode 837 of CutTheClutter. Brought to you by @Kia India ----more----Read Euan Graham's article here: https://www.iiss.org/people/asia-pacific/euan-graham----more----CNN interview Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi watch here: https://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2021/09/16/japan-defense-minister-interview-essig-pkg-intl-vpx.cnn
Listen in as Erin Wigger, Business Development Manager, Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa, gives an update and shares some great insider tips about her stunning property that offers sunrise and sunset views, a private lagoon, and the only over-water restaurant on Moorea. For current entry requirements to the Islands of Tahiti visit Air Tahiti and Tahiti Tourisme.
Join as we return to our series - The Travel Ears Way to do the theme parks! In this episode, we take you through Universal Studio's Islands of Adventure theme park! Dinosaurs, wizards, super heroes, and Who's....It's one of our favorite parks! www.TheCharmingTravelCo.com Facebook & Instagram
When it comes to fall birding hotspots around here, the best of the best places tend to fall somewhere between “difficult” and “you've got to be kidding me” in terms of their accessibility. These include South Monomoy, Cuttyhunk, Race Point, the Gay Head Cliffs of Aquinnah, and Pochet Island in Orleans.
In this episode I discuss sailing in the Ionian islands. The Ionian islands are the islands off the west coast of Greece. It is a very popular chartering area because of the predictable weather patterns, relatively flat seas, and diversity of anchorages and villages to visit. While this used to be one of my favorite places to sail in Greece the massive expansion of the charter fleets in this area have detracted significantly from its appeal. While this is a great place to take a new sailor or a family for a relatively safe chartering vacation you will have to put up with crowded anchorages, overpriced restaurants, and some lack of charm due to this massive tourist development.
Officials at a Northland marina are reviewing Covid-19 protocols for boaties arriving from the Pacific, as dozens head home during the cyclone season. Tai Tokerau Border Control has raised concerns that yachts heading to the Bay of Islands could bring the Delta variant with them, and not enough is being done to keep Northland safe. Those running the setup say they have had no issues yet, but they will be making sure their Delta defences are watertight. Nita Blake-Persen reports.
My long time friend who I'm so proud of and love dearly is on today, Miss Kiami Davael. She is most notable from the hit 90's movie Matilda but she has done so much more. We find out that we've both have worked some of the same people in this business. We talk about what's it like dating as an entertainer and dating in this new millennium with social media. She talks about working with my cousin Shar Jackson, LL Cool J, Steve Harvey, Alfonzo Ribeiro and more. Don't forget to support this weeks Sponsors Flavor of the Islands Latin Caribbean Cuisine Flavor of the Islands is available for any event, we can arrive with our Food Truck or deliver your catered food to any location. We are also starting a personal chef division of our business to cater to your home for your small personal parties. SERVING THE DFW AREA CATERING - 214-810-0155 https://www.flavoroftheislands.com/ Listen to Marcus M-Positive new song on Spotify HAPPY FATHER'S Day https://open.spotify.com/album/6kM2Xr... Watch Cherie's World on Youtube https://youtu.be/0eaSFtk862M Follow Cherie on Instagram https://instagram.com/cheriejohnson75... Like Cherie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cherie-Johns... Follow Cherie on Twitter https://twitter.com/CherieJohnson75 Subscribe to Cherie's World on Apple Podcasts AND PLEASE LEAVE A 5 STAR RATING AND A REVIEW https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cheries-world/id1456421636#episodeGuid=e974e3542db247c1b61c70bc84e5dce0 If you would like to advertise or have your business or product featured on Cherie's World and Cherie's social media email us at email@example.com https://therealcherie.com/ #CherieJohnson #KiamiDavael #Matilda
Former Tai Tokerau MP and Tai Tokerau Border Control spokesperson Hone Harawira is worried a potential Covid-19 outbreak could be triggered by the arrival of around 50 yachts travelling to the Bay of Islands from Fiji ahead of the cyclone season. Under the current guidelines only New Zealand citizens or someone with relevant visas are allowed to enter Port Opua and are required to isolate for 14 days on board. Tai Tokerau Border Control leader Hone Harawira spoke to Susie Ferguson.
Violet De Ayala was my first business mentor. She is a first-generation Cuban-American first-generation, Violet struggled to find her place in her new world but soon met success with grit, determination, and goal-setting. Meet Violette De Ayala Violette de Ayala is a Cuban American serial and Social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and the International Best-Selling Author of The Self-Guided Guru© Life Lessons for the Everyday Human. She has been quoted in Success, Forbes, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Fast Company, Thrive Global, Medium, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Small Business, Authority, Business Insider News as a small business expert. Violette has also been seen in featured campaigns in People, InStyle, Real Simple magazines in addition to bareMinerals "Women We Love" Series. In addition, she was selected by Isaac Mizrahi for the Malibu Collection campaign and had her personal love story featured on Good Morning America. She served as part of The White House: Women Environmental Leaders Program and was a commissioned Keynote speaker for Accenture's International Women's Month Event, the SBA Regional Women's Conference, Beconet, and Luxury Brand Partners. She's also volunteered as a Program Facilitator and Mentor for the United Way and Girl Scouts of South Florida. She was also featured as Top 27 Entrepreneurs for Hire on Upwork 2019. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, Forbes, AP, Mashable, and Fast Company and has over 80 locations in the US, Canada, and the Islands. Violette is a Member of the NationSwell Council, Entrepreneur Leadership Network and a Contributor for Entrepreneur.com. She was a Moderator for the Global Women Empower 2020 Summit and NationSwell's "The Great American Lie" Discussion. Violette also was a Panelist in the SBA of South Florida Research + Development Panel 2021. Starting and Growing Businesses Starting, growing, and scaling several businesses, Violet ended up in the coaching sector. She looks at life and understands that everything we need is out there. “When you are an immigrant, the narrative that you are acquiring, the stories being shared are of those people that arrived with nothing and achieved great success.” Many people will tell you that you'll fail as an entrepreneur. Listen in to find out Violette's amazing backstory, how she scaled and grew her business and her background as an immigrant coming to America to achieve her dreams! You'll also learn: How to find your grit when you're struggling The importance of systems in your business Ideas for partnering and cross-promoting Goal planning Why you want to review your company data Refuting negative stereotypes Understanding your financial liability For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.amandaabella.com/grit-growth-and-goal-planning-with-violette-de-ayala
Since the earliest days of the Bay Colony, prisoners of war have been held on the islands of Boston Harbor. This week, we're sharing two classic stories of the Harbor Islands POWs from past episodes. One of them is about the Confederate prisoners who arrived at Fort Warren on Georges Island in the fall of 1861, fresh from the field of battle in North Carolina. They'd be joined by Maryland politicians who supported secession, the supposed diplomats Mason and Slidell, and eventually even Confederate vice president Alexander Stephens, who didn't seem to much appreciate Boston hospitality. 81 years later and a mile away on Peddocks Island, a group of unruly Italian prisoners were confined at Fort Andrews after starting what may have been the only soccer riot in Boston history at a South Boston prison camp. Full show notes: http://HUBhistory.com/231/ Support us: http://patreon.com/HUBhistory/
Nina Collins hosts a conversation with Sarah Greaves Gabbadon (AKA Jet Set Sarah) all about Caribbean Travel! From Sarah: I'm a Miami-based Caribbean travel expert, award-winning travel journalist, TV host and self-described “Carivangelist,” who ventures to the beach and beyond to share the diverse culture, lifestyle and people of the world's favorite warm-weather destination with brands such as Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Islands.com, the U.K's Telegraph and Canada's Globe and Mail newspapers. Formerly executive editor of U.S. newsstand magazine Caribbean Travel + Life, I'm now jetsetter-in-chief here at JetSetSarah.com, where my passions — the Caribbean, style and fitness — meet. My not-so-hidden talent? The ability to sniff out a “shopportunity,” wherever in the world I may be. Follow my adventures on Twitter and Instagram, and on Facebook. Learn More More About Revel: www.hellorevel.com
Each year, untold numbers of shorebirds of mostly remote, Arctic breeding grounds pass through the Cape and Islands. Here they gorge on intertidal fauna and roost on protected sandbars and beaches, fattening up before continuing on to destinations as far away as the other end of South America.
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My dear friend Dr Johnson is on today to talk to us about his journey and the Power of Manifestation. Also is cheating bad? Don't forget to support this weeks Sponsors Flavor of the Islands Latin Caribbean Cuisine Flavor of the Islands is available for any event, we can arrive with our Food Truck or deliver your catered food to any location. We are also starting a personal chef division of our business to cater to your home for your small personal parties. SERVING THE DFW AREA CATERING - 214-810-0155 https://www.flavoroftheislands.com/ Listen to Marcus M-Positive new song on Spotify HAPPY FATHER'S Day https://open.spotify.com/album/6kM2Xr... Watch Cherie's World on Youtube https://youtu.be/0eaSFtk862M Follow Cherie on Instagram https://instagram.com/cheriejohnson75... Like Cherie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cherie-Johns... Follow Cherie on Twitter https://twitter.com/CherieJohnson75 Subscribe to Cherie's World on Apple Podcasts AND PLEASE LEAVE A 5 STAR RATING AND A REVIEW https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cheries-world/id1456421636#episodeGuid=e974e3542db247c1b61c70bc84e5dce0 If you would like to advertise or have your business or product featured on Cherie's World and Cherie's social media email us at firstname.lastname@example.org https://therealcherie.com/
Beasts only. This week on Truss Levelz we got the Colts' All-Pro defensive lineman, DeForest Buckner on the pod! The Hawaian-grown, Oregon-developed product has been a mess for O-lines to deal with since he got to the league, and he talks about his journey from the Islands to his position as one of the most dominant defensive linemen in all of football. Tune in for the truth from one of the league's most intimidating players. Gatorade Basketball Player of the Year in high school [ ] Playing high school football in Hawaii [ ] Going to Oregon and losing in the national championship [ ] Playing for the 49ers and getting a sack in the Super Bowl [ ] Getting traded to the Indianapolis Colts and being All-Pro [ ] About Our Hosts: NFL superstars, Cam Jordan and Mark Ingram are former Saints teammates and real-life friends whose personalities, minds, and hearts are as big as their talent on the field. Brimming with an infectious energy, these two juggernauts have joined forces to bring you Truss Levelz. A podcast where the best and brightest in the NFL share stories that go beyond the X's and O's while spreading good vibes far-and-wide. On its surface, football is a game of combat enacted by athletes at the peak of their performance. It's the definition of rough & tumble and not for the faint of heart. But there's so much more to these gridiron warriors than what we see on the field. Prepare yourself for the ultimate inside look into the world of football. There's levels to this game… Truss. Other places to find Truss Levelz: Subscribe on Youtube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXxForFmBnEvxKtoU3tyndZZZtaa4pth9 Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trusslevelz If you liked this episode, please don't forget to subscribe, tune in, and share this podcast. You may also leave us a review anywhere you listen and share your feedback! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rokiah Yaman is the Project Director for LEAP Micro Anaerobic Digestion. A part of the project from the start, she coordinates the LEAP demonstration sites, oversees fundraising and planning activities, and manages infrastructure and operational logistics, helping to bring micro AD technology and the closed-loop ethos into public spaces where people can see who it works in their own communities.In this episode, Rokia talks us through the technologies involved in Micro Anaerobic Digestion, and introduces us to the projects in London, the Scottish Highlands and Islands, Nigeria and Malaysia. We find out how it works, and how we can make it work in urban and rural settings, as part of the power spectrum of the future, where circularity is embedded in the way we live and we generate our own energy closer to home, giving us autonomy and agency and cutting the mega-corporations out of the loop. As ever, our signature music comes from Caro C, but this week, we have additional music at the head and foot from Billy Surgeoner's album 'Hey Mountain Hey' - the track is The Pollen Path Leap: https://www.madleap.co.uk/Hey Mountain Hey: BillySurgeoner.BandCamp.com/track/the-pollen-path/
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We are in a series where we revisit all of the Wish You Were Heres that have been shared on our podcast, this time broken down by location. This week we're revisiting the Southern US locations. 4:15 Seuss Landing, Islands of Adventure, Orlando, FL 9:05 Gatorland, Orlando, FL 14:40 Busch Gardens Serengeti Safari, Tampa, FL 18:35 Jack Daniel's Distillery, Lynchburg, TN 21:50 US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL 25:30 Domilise's Po Boy and Bar, New Orleans, LA 28:20 Brennan's, New Orleans, LA 32:10 St. James Cheese Company, New Orleans, LA 35:10 City Putt Mini Golf, New Orleans, LA 37:00 Paddlewheeler Creole Queen Dinner Jazz Cruise, New Orleans, LA 39:15 Evangeline, New Orleans, LA Follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @tmwypodcast Leave us a voicemail (or text message): (406)763-8699 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ryan Kattner is a singer/song writer from Los Angeles by way of Philadelphia. He's spent most of the last two decades making records and touring with his bands Man Man, Mister Heavenly and his solo project, Honus Honus. In this episode we hear how Ryans very first show led to being arrested and banned from a festival for life. Surprisingly, , that and a few other wild experiences he shares has kept Ryan rockin and rolling to this day. Music by Ryan Katner Man Man and Joe PlummerUse Code Fret10 for a free month of Music Production Suite Pro and a 10% discount on all other software. Visit Izotope.com
Jack and Geoff are back at at Universal's Islands of Adventure to ride The Incredible Hulk coaster! Will Geoff keep his sunglasses on? Will Jack pose for a high quality ride photo? Would you like a chance to win an autographed theme park map? YES to ALL!
Today I answer all your questions that were submitted plus I give my first public statements on Punky Brewster not being renewed by Peacock and more. Don't forget to support this weeks Sponsors Flavor of the Islands Latin Caribbean Cuisine Flavor of the Islands is available for any event, we can arrive with our Food Truck or deliver your catered food to any location. We are also starting a personal chef division of our business to cater to your home for your small personal parties. SERVING THE DFW AREA CATERING - 214-810-0155 https://www.flavoroftheislands.com/ Listen to Marcus M-Positive new song on Spotify HAPPY FATHER'S Day https://open.spotify.com/album/6kM2Xr... Watch Cherie's World on Youtube https://youtu.be/0eaSFtk862M Follow Cherie on Instagram https://instagram.com/cheriejohnson75... Like Cherie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cherie-Johns... Follow Cherie on Twitter https://twitter.com/CherieJohnson75 Subscribe to Cherie's World on Apple Podcasts AND PLEASE LEAVE A 5 STAR RATING AND A REVIEW https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cheries-world/id1456421636#episodeGuid=e974e3542db247c1b61c70bc84e5dce0 If you would like to advertise or have your business or product featured on Cherie's World and Cherie's social media email us at email@example.com https://therealcherie.com/
Connection is at the center of so much of our lives and relationships. In this episode, Taralyn, Felica, and Katelin wrestle with the concept of how to maintain connection with others and live wholeheartedly, while still releasing what we cannot control and detaching from the outcome. Detachment is a popular word in some self-help philosophy, and it is a valuable concept because it allows us to not cling onto things we are unable to control. However, each of us values deep connection. We share metaphors we have come up with to help us wrap our minds around these ideas and how to love deeply, give without resentment, and express our needs to others. How can we sacrifice beautifully for those we love, while still staying whole ourselves? How can we follow our dreams without becoming an island with empty relationships? We talk about possibilities of finding a balance on this topic. BOOKS: Nonviolent Communication // Marshall Rosenberg Loving What Is // Byron Katie A New Earth // Eckhart Tolle RELATED EPISODES Finding Joy and Enthusiasm in Every Day Our Daily Meditation EPISODE SPONSORS MamaZen: Mindful Parenting App If you're experiencing impatience, anger, anxiety, and feel frustrated with your kids, then you need to get this app. MamaZen will teach you how to control your negative emotions so you can deal with your kids' difficult behavior with more love and patience. You'll feel calmer, happier, and more connected to your kids. Some of our favorite sessions are Reduce Mom's Guilt, Patience for Never Ending Bedtime, and Overcome Anxiety and Overwhelm. Sessions are only 2-15 minutes long, and even 1-2 times a week makes a huge difference. Go to your app store and download MamaZen today. Use PROMO CODE findthemagic to get full, unlimited FREE access for 30 days! Thank you for the kind reviews! We appreciate them so much. Here is how to leave a review for us on iTunes: Open Find the Magic in the podcast app Scroll to the bottom of the page Click on write a review Tap the stars to rate us and then write us some feedback:) Hit SEND Review of the week! Kjp32611 This podcast saved my motherhood!...They dive into incredible topics, they read and discuss books I've read or are on my to-read list… I just cannot say enough good things about this podcast and these women. I listen while doing laundry, walking, making dinner...wherever I can. The mamas are like having coffee with best friends -- they keep it SO REAL. And during the pandemic -- bless you girls. This time is so challenging, sometimes I feel like I am barely getting by -- but they make me laugh because they remind you everyone is going through this thing called life and motherhood -- even now. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findthemagic/support
Subscribe and listen to this episode on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, GooglePlay, or iHeartRadio! Nikky from Theme Park Hipster joins me today to share her best tips to plan your next vacation to Universal Studios Orlando. Like me, Nikky lives in the Orlando area and frequently travels solo to both Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando. We answer all the questions you have about planning a fantastic vacation to Universal Studios Orlando. How is Universal Studios Orlando different from Walt Disney World? What are the differences between Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? How is Universal CityWalk different from Disney Springs? How long to plan a visit for both parks, or just to see the Harry Potter areas? What is the Express Pass, and how do you get it? What are the best resorts? How far ahead to plan, book resorts, and make dining reservations? Are dining reservations necessary to dine in the parks, resorts, or CityWalk? What is Halloween Horror Nights? Connect with Nikky online at Theme Park Hipster, on Instagram, and on YouTube! Join the Disney Travel for All Facebook community to share your love of Disney travels with new friends! Is there a topic you'd like us to discuss? Email Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to this podcast so you will be the first to hear new episodes! If you are enjoying the podcast, I'd greatly appreciate it if you could rate and review it on iTunes. The reviews help other people find this podcast. We're having a lot of fun on Instagram! Follow Disney Travel for All to see the latest posts, stories, and IGTV. Buy some fun Disney shirts and more, at our online shop! Thank you so much for listening! Until next time, keep dreaming! Amanda
In Science Book Talk, a new four-part podcast miniseries, host Deboki Chakravarti acts as literary guide to two science books that share a beautiful and sometimes deeply resonant entanglement. In this week’s show: Underland , by Robert MacFarlane, and Islands of Abandonment , by Cal Flyn.
Black women are four times likely to die during child birth- related causes, Dustin Young talks about his quest to change that being one of the only African American male doulas. Don't forget to support this weeks Sponsors Flavor of the Islands Latin Caribbean Cuisine Flavor of the Islands is available for any event, we can arrive with our Food Truck or deliver your catered food to any location. We are also starting a personal chef division of our business to cater to your home for your small personal parties. SERVING THE DFW AREA CATERING - 214-810-0155 https://www.flavoroftheislands.com/ Listen to Marcus M-Positive new song on Spotify HAPPY FATHER'S Day https://open.spotify.com/album/6kM2Xr... Watch Cherie's World on Youtube https://youtu.be/0eaSFtk862M Follow Cherie on Instagram https://instagram.com/cheriejohnson75... Like Cherie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cherie-Johns... Follow Cherie on Twitter https://twitter.com/CherieJohnson75 Subscribe to Cherie's World on Apple Podcasts AND PLEASE LEAVE A 5 STAR RATING AND A REVIEW https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cheries-world/id1456421636#episodeGuid=e974e3542db247c1b61c70bc84e5dce0 If you would like to advertise or have your business or product featured on Cherie's World and Cherie's social media email us at email@example.com https://therealcherie.com/
Show #1190. If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Wednesday 25th August. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. 2022 LUCID AIR DREAM EDITION R EXCLUSIVE FIRST DRIVE - “The 2022 Lucid Air Dream Edition R is a 933-hp electric luxury sedan that can drive more than 500 miles on a single charge. I witnessed and experienced the latter firsthand. The former? Not so much, but you'll need to keep reading. There's also an Air Dream Edition P (P stands for Performance, R means Range) that makes 1,111 horsepower and offers a range of better than 450 miles. Now get this—they cost the same price. You choose: Do you want a sleek-looking EV with nearly 100 hp more than the Tesla Model S Plaid? Or do you want the car that makes more horsepower than any Lamborghini ever made, beats the Tesla Model S Long Range at its own game by more than 100 miles, and puts the very notion of range anxiety out to pasture?” - Jonny Lieberman- Author - My 2022 Lucid Air Dream Edition R had the potential to go 475 miles, whereas Rawlinson's could have traveled 517 miles on a single charge. That's a gauntlet dropped at the feet of you know who. Also, remember range anxiety? As with the internal combustion engine, it's a thing of the past. Original Source : https://www.motortrend.com/reviews/2022-lucid-air-dream-edition-r-exclusive-first-drive-review LUCID AIR DREAM EDITION: 500-MILE RATING LIKELY FOR RANGE VERSION - In Dream Edition Performance form, the Lucid Air will be able to accelerate to 60 mph in less than 2.5 seconds and make 1,111 horsepower, while the Range version does it in 2.7 seconds and makes 933 hp. Total torque for both versions is more than 738 pound-feet, and both versions will reach 168 mph—although we should note that prototypes have gone much faster. - Performance versions ride on staggered-width, specially developed Pirelli P Zero 21-inch tires, while the 500+ mile Range version rides on a 19-inch version of the same tires - It's built on a 924-volt architecture, with a 113-kwh battery pack, and will be able to regain up to 20 miles per minute at 350-kw CCS DC fast chargers (utilizing peak charge rates of over 300 kw), with unlimited Electrify America charging included for three years. - It will be also be compatible with a bi-directional home charging station to enable car-to-grid functionality, and a 19.2-kw onboard charger can regain up to 80 miles per hour on 240V AC—at 80 amps, on a 100-amp circuit, with a special Connected Home Charging system to be installed by Qmerit. Original Source : https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1133351_lucid-air-dream-edition-500-mile-rating-likely-for-range-version MUNICH IAA MOBILITY 2021: ELECTRIC CARS TAKE CENTER STAGE - From September 7 to 12, 2021, the first German auto show since the beginning of the corona pandemic will take place: the IAA Mobility. The trade fair, previously known internationally as the "Frankfurt Auto Show," is also coming to Munich for the first time. - We have newly included the Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV, and it is now officially certain that the EQE will be shown. We have also added the VW ID.5 GTX and (on a speculative basis) the Polestar 3. · Highlighted Source : https://share.getliner.com/bBx7O/ · Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/528864/munich-iaa-electric-car-debuts/ - Audi's highlight will probably be the Grand Sphere, as the brand has already officially confirmed. - The BMW i4 electric sedan is one of the confirmed exhibits at the IAA. One of the highlights of the four-door model based on the new 4 Series Gran Coupé is the astonishing range of up to 590 kilometers according to the WLTP standard. - The Dacia Spring Electric is described by Dacia as the cheapest electric car on the market, and with a base price of around 20,000 euros - Mercedes has confirmed that the new EQE will also be shown - The Swiss company Micro is represented at the IAA, and rumor has it that it is showing the production version of the Microlino 2.0 at the show. - VW has announced the ID.5 GTX for the Munich show, again only with the red and yellow camouflage film. · Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/528864/munich-iaa-electric-car-debuts/6068864/ Jolly good! UK LAUNCHES ITS FIRST WIRELESS EV CHARGING TRIAL - Residents of Nottingham are going to witness a UK first: a wireless charging electric vehicle trial. Nine electric taxis will roam the streets of the city, named after the trial itself, WiCET (Wireless Charging of Electric Taxis). - The etaxi fleet will consist of five plug-in hybrid LEVC TX taxis and four all-electric Nissan Dynamo taxis - The WiCET taxis will be available for hail by the general public and they will collect vehicle data during the rides, including the journey distances and battery level. Original Source : https://thenextweb.com/news/jolly-good-uk-launches-first-wireless-ev-charging-trial-witec-taxi YOSEMITE EV VISITS WILL BE EASIER WITH ELECTRIFY AMERICA STATION - New EV charging stations are often knocked for being either in high-traffic urban or suburban areas, office parks, or at nondescript freeway locations, at times far from a convenience store but also far from actual vacation destinations. It's safe to say that we're still in the early years of EV station building, so most of the new stations really are aimed at suburban sprawl, urban centers, or linking up the two coasts—often producing no-go zones for electric cars if their owners want to visit a national park. - Electrify America has worked with Yosemite Westgate and Buck Meadows Lodge to build an EV charging station in Buck Meadows, California, with the goal of giving those driving to Yosemite National Park a spot to charge their EVs. The Yosemite Westgate and Buck Meadows Lodge station is located just 12 miles from this popular national park, and is not that far from other EA stations in Bishop, Oakhurst, and Bridgeport. The station features two 150 kW and two 350 kW chargers. · Original Source : https://www.autoweek.com/news/green-cars/a37384266/yosemite-ev-electrify-america-station/ ASTON MARTIN EASING INTO ELECTRIC VEHICLES - Aston Martin will join the rest of the industry in switching to electric vehicles, but the first pure EV is not coming until 2026 - The first pure EV must wait for the next-generation sports cars in 2026. - The timing is a ways off because Moers says the current sports car lineup will get a significant facelift by 2023 and they need a bit of runway to pay for themselves before they are replaced by models on a new electric sports car platform. - The CEO is building an EV engineering team to lessen dependence on companies that supply key drivetrain components and batteries, such as Mercedes and Rimac. Moers wants to build in-house competence Original Source : https://www.motortrend.com/news/aston-martin-electric-vehicle-2026/ JAPAN DOESN'T HAVE ENOUGH ELECTRIC CARS FOR ITS EV CHARGERS - Japan, which Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has pledged will become carbon neutral by 2050, is grappling with a classic ‘build it and they will come' problem. After offering subsidies to the tune of 100 billion yen ($911 million) in fiscal 2012 to build charging stations and spur electric-vehicle adoption, charging poles mushroomed. - Now, with EV penetration only at around 1%, the country has hundreds of aging charging poles that aren't being used while others (they have an average lifespan of about eight years) are being taken out of service altogether. Original Source : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-08-25/japan-doesn-t-have-enough-electric-cars-for-its-ev-chargers ENTERPRISE CAR CLUB ADDS ELECTRIC VEHICLES TO FLEET - Enterprise Car Club is introducing eight new low-emission hybrid electric cars in the Highlands and Islands region of Scotland, which can be booked using the new GO-HI journey planning app. - four Hyundai IONIQ cars will be placed in Fort William (two cars), Aviemore (two cars), Ullapool, Kyle of Localsh, Scrabster Ferry Terminal, and Wick Airport. They can be booked for as little as £5.90 per hour. - Murray McAdam, Enterprise business rental sales manager for Scotland. “Local residents, business travelers, and tourists alike can now quickly switch to a rental vehicle after taking a train, ferry, bus, or plane, making their onward journey much more straightforward, especially to places that can only be accessed by car. We are actively facilitating access to electric and hybrid vehicles as part of the regular Enterprise fleet. · Original Source : https://www.autorentalnews.com/10149992/enterprise-car-club-adds-electric-vehicles-to-fleet STOREDOT FILES PATENT FOR FAST CHARGING 'BOOSTER' FUNCTION - ELECTRIVE.COM - Israeli battery developer StoreDot announces it has filed a patent for technology to help electric cars charge faster. The solution, which the company says it will make available as an open-source license, includes hardware and software enhancements that create a “booster” function. - StoreDot claims this will allow the battery to analyze charging station performance in real-time and adjust the battery to accommodate higher currents if so provided by the charge column. This, of course, requires communication between a vehicle's battery and charging system, thus making the open-source license a must for the start-up. 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In 1864, two ships' crews were cast away at the same time on the same remote island in the Southern Ocean. But the two groups would undergo strikingly different experiences. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of the Auckland Islands castaways and reflect on its implications for the wider world. We'll also consider some fateful illnesses and puzzle over a street fighter's clothing. Intro: Lewis Carroll proposed fanciful logic problems. In 1946, a kangaroo made off with William Thompson's money. Sources for our feature on the Aucklands Islands castaways: Joan Druett, Island of the Lost: An Extraordinary Story of Survival at the Edge of the World, 2007. Nicholas A. Christakis, Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society, 2019. Elizabeth McMahon, Islands, Identity and the Literary Imagination, 2016. A.W. Eden, Islands of Despair, 1955. William Pember Reeves, New Zealand, 1908. F.E. Raynal, Wrecked on a Reef, or Twenty Months on the Auckland Islands, 1880. T. Musgrave, Castaway on the Auckland Isles: Narrative of the Wreck of the "Grafton," 1865. Don Rowe, "A Tale of Two Shipwrecks," New Zealand Geographic 167 (January-February 2021). "The Kindness of Strangers," Economist 431:9141 (May 4, 2019), 81. Peter Petchey, Rachael Egerton, and William Boyd, "A Spanish Man-o-War in New Zealand? The 1864 Wreck of Grafton and Its Lessons for Pre-Cook Shipwreck Claims," International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 44:2 (2015), 362-370. Bernadette Hince, "The Auckland Islands and Joan Druett's Island of the Lost," Shima: The International Journal of Research Into Island Cultures 2:1 (2008), 110. "Mystery of the Shipwreck Shelter," [Wellington, New Zealand] Sunday Star-Times, Feb. 21, 2021. Charles Montgomery, "The Audacity of Altruism: Opinion," Globe and Mail, March 28, 2020. "Was New Zealand Pre-Cooked?" [Wellington, New Zealand] Sunday Star-Times, April 26, 2015. Herbert Cullen, "Wreck of the Grafton Musgrave -- An Epic of the Sea," New Zealand Railways Magazine 9:2 (May 1, 1934). "Twenty Months on an Uninhabited Island," Glasgow Herald, Dec. 27, 1865. "Wreck of the Grafton: Journal of Captain Musgrave," Australian News for Home Readers, Oct. 25, 1865. "New Zealand," Illustrated Sydney News, Oct. 16, 1865. "The Wreck of the Grafton," Sydney Mail, Oct. 7, 1865. "The Wreck of the Schooner Grafton," Sydney Morning Herald, Oct. 2, 1865. "Wreck of the Schooner Grafton," The Age, Oct. 2, 1865. "The Wreck of the Schooner Grafton," Bendigo Advertiser, Sept. 30, 1865. Grafton collection, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (retrieved Aug. 8, 2021). "Grafton Wreck and Epigwaitt Hut," Department of Conservation, Te Papa Atawhai (retrieved Aug. 8, 2021). Listener mail: "Suez Crisis," Wikipedia (accessed Aug. 11, 2021). Christopher Klein, "What Was the Suez Crisis?" History, Nov. 13, 2020. "Suez Crisis," Encyclopaedia Britannica, July 19, 2021. "History: Past Prime Ministers," gov.uk (accessed Aug. 13, 2021). "Anthony Eden," Wikipedia (accessed Aug. 12, 2021). David Owen, "The Effect of Prime Minister Anthony Eden's Illness on His Decision-Making During the Suez Crisis," QJM: An International Journal of Medicine 98:6 (June 2005), 387–402. David Owen, "Diseased, Demented, Depressed: Serious Illness in Heads of State," QJM: An International Journal of Medicine 96:5 (May 2003), 325–336. Meilan Solly, "What Happened When Woodrow Wilson Came Down With the 1918 Flu?" Smithsonian Magazine, Oct. 2, 2020. Dave Roos, "Woodrow Wilson Got the Flu in a Pandemic During the World War I Peace Talks," History, Oct. 6, 2020. Steve Coll, "Woodrow Wilson's Case of the Flu, and How Pandemics Change History," New Yorker, April 16, 2020. "History of 1918 Flu Pandemic," Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, March 21, 2018. This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Neil de Carteret and his cat Nala, who sent this corroborating link (warning -- this spoils the puzzle). You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!