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CruxCasts
enCore Energy (EU) - NASDAQ Listing & US Production Key to Success

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 43:55


With approximately 90 million pounds of U3O8 estimated in the Measured and indicated categories and 9 million pounds of U3O8 estimated in the inferred category, enCore is the most diversified in-situ recovery uranium development company in the United States. enCore is focused on becoming the next uranium producer from its licensed and past-producing South Texas Rosita Processing Plant by 2023. The South Dakota-based Dewey Burdock project and the Wyoming Gas Hills project offer mid-term production opportunities, with significant New Mexico uranium resource endowments providing long-term opportunities. The enCore team is led by industry experts with extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of ISR uranium operations and the nuclear fuel cycle. enCore is committed to engaging and working with local communities and indigenous governments to create positive impact from corporate developments.

Khary's Crib #Live
Chrissy Teigen Reveals She Had an Abortion Not a Miscarriage | KCL 190

Khary's Crib #Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 136:01


(00:16:36) - Kanye ends relationship with Gap • (00:29:22) - Chrissy Teigen Reveals She Had an Abortion • (00:46:00) - NFL Backlash for Hispanic Heritage Month • (00:54:02) - How long ago is Old School? • (01:07:02) - Is R&B In A Toxic Time? • (01:25:14) - Roscoes Re-Opens less than 24 hours • (01:33:26) - Checking In... Is It Extortion? • (01:46:12) - Hennessy and Black Folk Khary's Crib Live is something like a podcast, something like a newscast and sometimes like a showcase. Discussing news, entertainment and grown folk topics. Dope poets join us with dope performances. Our house guests and viewers call in with their opinions and we generally have a good time and get enlightened along the way. Every Tuesday & Friday LIVE at 9PM!

Sospechosos Habituales
PTMyA T5E46: noticias de la dronería

Sospechosos Habituales

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 256:31


novedades en los sistemas no tripulados desde el último episodio. Recordad que tenemos un patreon en www.patreon.com/portierramaryaire para el crecimiento de la comunidad. Inicio: (0:00:00) Resumen guerra ucrania: (0:09:42) Entrevistas en nuestro canal a droneros ucranianos y resumen de drónica ucraniana: (0:30:22) primeros usos de loiters iraníes: (0:37:08) Vampire, respuesta americana a los drones iraníes: (0:48:02) Respuesta israelí a los drones iraníes: (1:08:59) ¿Qué pasó con el switchblade 300?: (1:16:03) Quads especiales de Drone Labs: (1:19:10) Valkyrie de Armia SOS: (1:25:12) R-18 de Aerorózvidka: (1:31:23) Swarm Of 40 Drones Over Fort Irwin An Ominous Sign Of What's To Come: (1:37:41) Proliferation of commercial drones has disrupted the “status quo”: (1:42:48) España. Drones y Seguridad Nacional: Un estudio multidimensional : (1:47:56) Retiro del RQ-4 Global Hawk: (1:56:20) Predator españoles a Lanzarote: (1:58:36) Opción de armar los S-45 Baalam mexicanos: (2:09:44) Están viendo mejor que los drones vayan por su cuenta en lugar de ser wingman-escuderos (MUT): (2:15:59) Más sobre lo anterior, drones wingmen escudero: (2:43:42) Boeing demuestra usar su MQ-25 para ISR supervisado desde otros aviones y a base de OSA: (2:53:07) UK Leonardo to develop new RTUAS under Proteus project: (3:08:07) UK awards contracts for UAS swarm project: (3:11:42) UK busca drones de gran capacidad de carga : (3:19:09) UK QinetiQ has conducted the world's first demonstration of an UAS controlled through a laser : (3:28:28) MQ-8C Fire Scout: (3:32:40) República Checa y Heron: (3:33:46) AR-500CJ chino: (3:34:40) Turquía, Baykar y Ucrania: (3:35:49) Corea del Sur empieza también a estudiar loyal wingman: (3:46:39) VISTA X-62A: (3:50:38) Zephyr S HAPS casi récord: (3:54:19) La española STS Swarming Technologies & Solutions: (3:59:18) La española Alpha Unmanned Systems : (4:04:11)

Tribu Política
El Paquete Económico 2023: optimista ¿y realista?

Tribu Política

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 25:16


Esta semana al Poder Legislativo le toca analizar el Presupuesto de Egresos de la Federación del 2023, el cual contempla una bolsa para el gasto público de casi un billón de pesos más que el año pasado. Ante la inflación, algunos piensan que se ha pintado un escenario optimista para el quinto año de gobierno, sobre todo porque no hay aumentos de impuestos, combustibles o en la luz. ¿Cómo leer el PEF 2023?

Babes and Babies
EP 234: Drowning Prevention with Nicole Hughes

Babes and Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 59:08


**Trigger Warning: This Episode Contains Details of a Child Loss** Nicole Hughes in on this episode sharing her passion for child water safety.  Nicole lost her 3 year old son to a drowning incident and has since become a huge advocate for sharing valuable, life-saving information.  She is on this episode sharing the story of her son, Levi,  and how we can protect our children.  Connect with Nicole: https://www.instagram.com/nicolehughes8/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/WaterGuardiansLevisLegacy/ https://www.levislegacy.com/?fbclid=IwAR0ibxbuwKkNYTeTs07eEedRAHvYQnC7AGaEKCqWZKiEKCZWYgHPl3rnLsQ  

Bilklubben
67 I LIVE fra Jyllands Porsche-fest! NP punkterer i en Taycan, Graukasse med publikum!

Bilklubben

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 68:42


Podcasten er som altid blevet til i samarbejde med vores venner hos GF Forsikring. Afsnit 67 er optaget d. 4. september og publiceret d. 12. september, 2022. Husk, at I kan støtte op om Bilklubben ved at kigge ind i vores webshop: bilklubbenpodcast.dkBilklubben er rejst ud i det danske land for at deltage i Jyllands allerstørste Porsche-fest! Derfor laver vi en LIVE-optagelse når Porsche i Vejle fejrer sin 5 års fødselsdag. Vi er med hele dagen og får både mulighed for at køre med i nogle unikke Porsche'r, vi får mulighed for at nørde helt igennem med mærket, og NP får endda mulighed for at punktere i en Porsche. Glæd jer ISÆR til den historie...Husk at lydkvaliteten er lidt anderledes på vores live-optagelser. Vores lydfolk siger at det giver en autentisk stemning, og vi tror på dem! Og hvis du elsker at lytte til vores fire værters stemme i et studie, så glæd dig endnu mere til næste afsnit, hvor vi er retur i sendevognen. Tusind tak fordi I alle sammen lytter med!Go' fornøjelse.

Hammer Time
Ep53: All About R&B pt.1

Hammer Time

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 116:34


前段时间,Diddy 在社交网络上抛出了”somebody killed R&B”这个观点,引起了挺多关于“Is R&B dead?” 的辩论,对于这个粗暴看似极端的结论,我和老林也想展开说说自己的理解。而且就 R&B 作为一种音乐风格的定义,我认为在大众普遍认知中,也需要再次提及它更广泛深层的文化意义。 本期我们讨论的话题 R&B (Rhythm & Blues) 是广义上的黑人音乐,引用 Nelson George 在”The Death of Rhythm & Blues” 中对它的解释 :”The term originated in the 1940s as a description of a synthesis of black musical genres—gospel, big-band swing, blues—that, along with new technology, specifically the popularization of the electric bass, produced a propulsive, spirited brand of popular music. A decade later it would be called rock & roll to camouflage its black roots, and subsequently soul, funk, disco, rap, and other offspring would arise from these roots.” 所以我和老林的讨论也是从 20s 的”race music”开始,简要分享了黑人音乐在时代发展中不同的风格特点,希望能带给你区别于主流规则的新鲜角度。我们也为大家准备了Spotify主题歌单:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0oLctseoCREqHAmoCuGLKc?si=c08b225e336647de Episode notes: Nelson George 的书 ”The Death of Rhythm & Blues” 中对 R&B 的定义其实不是音乐性的,而是社会文化意义上对黑人音乐的统称; Rhythm & Blues这个词在1940s最初产生,是唱片公司为了将新的黑人音乐推广至更大范围的受众创造的营销概念,风格上它相对于 Jazz ,拍子更强烈。目前公认提出这个词语的人是 Atlantic Records 的 Jerry Wexler ; 20s 的黑人音乐统称为 “race music”,这种定义让音乐的黑人属性很强,比如 Bessie Smith 这样的 classic female blues; 1940s末 50s初,在接连经历了大萧条和二战之后,爵士大乐团编制开始精简为小乐团模式,初期的R&B 音乐人都是有爵士背景的,他们在这种精简的风格中加入了更强的boogie的节奏; R&B 在市场推广上的流行化(白人口味化)的手段,有商业目的,但我们无法忽视这是处于种族隔离的背景之下,黑人群体无法形成庞大购买力,且受传统观念影响的一个行为,这种举措是否对R&B 产生了负面的影响,无法片面回答。但从文化代表性这个角度上看,我们需要反思历史,给予黑人的艺术成就应得的承认; 50s Rock n Roll 的出现是对爵士编制基础上传统流行乐的反叛; Ray Charles 是一个非常重要且独特的存在,他的音乐也可以代表50s 大西洋唱片 R&B 的风格; 灵魂乐先驱 Sam Cooke 影响了后续一大批灵魂音乐人,因为强烈的黑人意识,也是当时民权运动代表黑人斗争的anthem; 50s末 60s 初,R&B 的分支来源较杂,风格也比较模糊,来自纽约占据流行音乐榜的 Brill Building 汇集了很多优秀的音乐写作者(songwriters),创作了很多 R&B 歌曲; 63、64年灵魂乐开始形成,发展出较明确的灵魂乐风格,早期 Motown 其实也受了 Brill Building 的影响,是 Soul 处于萌芽期的代表; Stax 灵魂的代表 Booker T & the MG 's 的 “Green Onions” 是一首影响深远划时代的作品。Stax Records 幕后的 house band,以及Issac Hayes, David Porter 带来了最强劲的灵魂乐制作水准; 60s末 70s初,Marvin Gaye 推出了”What's Going On” (1971),是他个人的分水岭作品; Stevie Wonder 在合成器领域贡献极大,是一位融合多种风格的奇才,并且他的catalogue 也有一部分界线作品就是”Music of My Mind”(1972),与 Marvin Gaye一样,他们的创作历史都跨越了了60s和70s 不同的灵魂风格; 黑人音乐的常青树 The Isley Brothers 作品贯穿了50s 至 00s 不同时期的风格; 70s 还有一种更加抒情的流派 Quiet Storm,代表人物 Smokey Robinson, Lionel Richie; Playlist: Bessie Smith "Down Hearted Blues" (1923) Louis Jordan - “Caldonia “(1946) Ray Charles “What'd I Say, Pt.1&2” (1959) Sam Cooke - “A Change is Gonna Come “(1963) The Marvelettes - “Please Mr. Postman” (1961) Booker T & the M G 's - “Green Onions” (1962) Stevie Wonder - ”Superstition”(1972) Teddy Pendergrass - “Love T.K.O.”(1980)

The Kingdom Corner with Matt Geib
Introduction To The Book of Psalms-PT. II

The Kingdom Corner with Matt Geib

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 44:12


Background Material On The Psalms Having examined some of unique characteristics of Hebrew poetry in general, let's now focus on the book of Psalms itself... The Origin Of The Word "Psalm" a.)‘Mizmor'  is the  Hebrew word for PSALMS & means melody (music), or songs (words –poetry with/without Music)…Ps. 67 & 68…used 57 times…used in Praise & Worship..From a root  word meaning to ‘prune or cut off' ..thus speaks of a composition that cuts off all else, is simple & to the point The Greek word is "psalmos", from the Hebrew word "zmr" meaning "to pluck"; i.e., taking hold of the strings of an instrument with the fingers. It implies that the psalms were originally composed to be accompanied by a stringed instrument. "Psalms are songs for the lyre, and therefore lyric poems in the strictest sense."(Delitzsch, Psalms, Vol. I, p. 7) David and others therefore originally wrote the Psalms to be sung to the accompaniment of the harp. In New Testament worship, we are told to sing the psalms to the accompaniment of the heart: "...in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord" (Ep 5:19) The phrase, "making melody," comes from the Greek word "psallontes" (literally, plucking the strings of). Therefore, we are to "pluck the strings of our heart" as we sing the psalms (i.e., to sing with emotion). b)Tehillium  There is NOT a Hebrew Title for the Book of Psalms that encompasses all of the Psalms…Many Psalms (2 out of 3) had individual Titles. Probably the most common Title was ‘Tehillium' ( used of Ps. 96 + 30 other Psalms) …The root  of Tehillium is ‘Hallal'(Hallelujah) or ‘Praise'…literally means to show, be brilliant, be clear(SHINE)……Point: As we Praise God we begin to see things more clearly than any other timeJ!   There is NOT a Normal TITLE For the Book of Psalms in its entirety, about a 116 of the 150 Psalms were given each an individual ‘TITLE' or inscription showing it was intended for a specific Instrument or Chief Musician ‘UPON' means theme ,occasion, object of attention, could also mean the type of instrument used ‘OF' = Author ‘FOR' = Whom the Psalm was directed to for use or attention(Ps.72,84) BREAKDOWN of Titles: 52 had simple title of ‘A Psalm of David', 14 had Historical Titles( ex. When David fled from His enemies) 4 Tiles listed a specific purpose like for Sabbath day,15 Had a Degree , 31 had special & unique inscriptions No paragraphs in Hebrew so had to decide beginning of next Psalm Some TITLES… MICHTAM(Mik-tam)  Meaning “To Teach”,also suggests engraving on tablets, alluding to the 12 tribes engraved on precious stones on the breast plate of the High Priest, signifying Israel was His special Treasure engraved upon  God's Heart… Psalm 16,56,57,58,59,60 SHIGGAION,SHIGIONOTH Means Obscure, wild , rhythmic song & dance, ‘Moffatt' says of this title, means a song of irregular form; wild & vehement in character,' they were beside themselves as they danced', A reaction to a heavy anointing of the Spirit of the Lord, dancing , praising , shouting, singing with unrestraint… see David in II Sam. 6:16..Psalm 7, Hab. 3:1 Shoshannim Means ‘Lilies or Choice Ones' 45,69,80 MASCHIL (Mas-kil) Means Instruction & also alludes to skillful singing & playing  Psalm32,42,44,45,52,53,54,55,74,78,88,89,142 JEDUTHUN Means ‘A Choir of Praise' Jeduthun was formerly Ethan..A Levite  one of the three masters of music appointed by David. (1 Chr. 16:41, 42; 25:1-6) His office was generally to preside over the music of the temple service. They set up a perpetual order of praise & worship in the Temple…Through their singing & playing of instruments God was glorified & spoke prophetically to His people(II Chron 25:1)…PSALM 39,66,77 LEANNOTH Ellicot says of this title..a very perplexing meaning …it encompasses sickness, distress, sadness, afflictions…played or sung in a melancholy dirge , had to do with repentance & humbling of oneself..Psalm 12,13,88,53,14..Hos.5:3-15,6:1-3, Isa. 1:4-9 Deut.32:26-36 SHUSHAN-EDUTH _Means ‘Lily of Testimony' or ‘Lily of Speech'…a beautiful song of worship or Praise Psalm 60 HIGGAION means thought, reflection, meditation, solemn sound(identical to Selah) Psalm 9,19,92 SELAH IS Not a Title, yet this word is found 71 times throughout the PSALMS….means a Pause also means ROCK SHIR means to stroll or skip along in song found in 30 Titles ALL These Speak of JESUS     3.)      The History Of The Psalms The oldest of the Psalms originate from the time of Moses (1400 B.C.). We have three psalms penned by Moses: Exo 15:1-15 - a song of triumph following the crossing of the Red Sea Deut 32, 33 - a song of exhortation to keep the Law after entering Canaan Ps 90 - a song of meditation, reflection, and prayer After Moses, the writing of Psalms had its "peaks" and "valleys"... In David (1000 B.C.), the sacred lyric attained to its full maturity. With Solomon, the creation of psalms began to decline; this was "the age of the proverb." Only twice after this did the creation of psalms rise to any height, and then only for a short period: under Jehoshaphat (875 B.C.) and again under Hezekiah (725 B.C.). The Authors Of The Psalms David - Commonly thought to be the author of the book of Psalms, but he actually wrote only about seventy-three (73), less than half. David's experiences can be found in the Psalms, yet NOT HIS alone. Asaph - The music director during the reigns of David and Solomon (1 Chr 16:1-7). He wrote twelve (12) psalms. The Sons of Korah - These were Levites who served in the Temple (1 Chr 26:1-19). They wrote twelve (12) psalms. Solomon - At least two (2) psalms are attributed to him (Ps 72, 127). That he wrote many more is stated in 1Ki 4:29-32. Moses - As indicated above, he wrote the earliest psalms; one is included in Psalms (Ps 90). Heman - Contemporary with David and Asaph, and is known as "the singer" (1Ch 6:33). He wrote one psalm (Ps 88) that has been preserved. Ethan - A companion with Asaph and Heman in the Temple worship (1 Chr 15:19). He wrote one psalm (Ps 89). Anonymous - The authorship of forty-eight (48) of the psalms is unknown.                 4.)  The Arrangement Of The Psalms The Psalms were originally collected into five "books", apparently according to the material found within them...some say each ‘book' coincides with the 5 books of the  TORAH Book I (Ps 1-41) emphasizes how God is besideus.(Ps.1,Ps. 23,,dox.=Ps.41:13) Book II (Ps 42-72)emphasizes how God goes beforeus (Ps. 51)(dox. 72:19) Book III (Ps 73-89) reminds us that God is all aroundus.(Ps. 78 Asaph, God was w/Isr. Thruout their History )(dox. Ps.89:52) Book IV (Ps 90-106) focuses on how God is aboveus.(Moses Man is finite, God is Eternal) (dox. 106:48) Book V (Ps 107-150) the spotlight is on how the God is among (Ps. 128 How a man who fears God is Blessed by God) (dox. 150:1-6) The Psalms can also be arranged into chief "groups"... Alphabetic or Acrostic - These psalms have lines which in Hebrew start with words whose first letters follow a certain pattern. For example, in Ps 119 the first eight lines start with words beginning with the Hebrew letter ALEPH, the second eight lines with words beginning with BETH, etc. This may have been done to aid in the memorization of the psalm. Ethical - These psalms teach moral principles. A good example is Psa 15. Hallelujah - These are psalms of praise, beginning and/or ending with "hallelujah" or "praise Jehovah". Ps 103 is one such example. Historical - Psalms which review the history of God's dealings with His people. A good sample would be Ps 106. Imprecatory - These psalms invoke God to bring punishment or judgment upon one's enemies. Consider Ps 69 as an example. Messianic - Psalms pertaining to the coming Messiah. For example, look at Ps 2 or Ps 110. Penitential - These are psalms expressing sorrow for sins that have been committed. A classic example is David's psalm in Ps 51. Songs Of Ascent (or Songs Of Degrees) - These psalms were possibly sung by pilgrims on the way to Jerusalem to observe the feasts. They are grouped together as Ps 120-134. Suffering - These psalms are cries of those suffering affliction. Psa 102 is a typical example. Thanksgiving - Psalms of grateful praise to Jehovah for blessings received. For example, take a look at Ps 100. The various "styles" of the psalms can be described as... Didactic - Psalms of teaching and instruction (e.g., Ps 1). Liturgical - Responsive readings, for use in special services (e.g., Ps 136). Meditation - The ancient Hebrews were given to meditation, which spirit finds expression in many of the psalms (e.g., Ps 119). Praise and Devotion - Psalms of joyful praise (e.g., Ps 148). Prayer and Petition - Psalms which were sung in an attitude of prayer (e.g., Ps 51). The Music of The Psalms…. King David chose Chief Musicians & Their sons to give forth music in the Temple CHIEF MUSCIANS.. Asaph,  Hemen,  Jeduthun(also called Ethan) I Chronicles 25:1-7   David, together with the commanders of the army, set apart some of the sons of Asaph, Heman and Jeduthun for the ministry of prophesying, accompanied by harps, lyres and cymbals. Here is the list of the men who performed this service: 2 From the sons of Asaph: Zakkur, Joseph, Nethaniah and Asarelah. The sons of Asaph were under the supervision of Asaph, who prophesied under the king's supervision. 3 As for Jeduthun, from his sons: Gedaliah, Zeri, Jeshaiah, Shimei,[a] Hashabiah and Mattithiah, six in all, under the supervision of their father Jeduthun, who prophesied, using the harp in thanking and praising the Lord. 4 As for Heman, from his sons: Bukkiah, Mattaniah, Uzziel, Shubael and Jerimoth; Hananiah, Hanani, Eliathah, Giddalti and Romamti-Ezer; Joshbekashah, Mallothi, Hothir and Mahazioth. 5 (All these were sons of Heman the king's seer. They were given him through the promises of God to exalt him. God gave Heman fourteen sons and three daughters.) 6 All these men were under the supervision of their father for the music of the temple of the Lord, with cymbals, lyres and harps, for the ministry at the house of God. Asaph, Jeduthun and Heman were under the supervision of the king. 7 Along with their relatives—all of them trained and skilled in music for the Lord—they numbered 288. I CHRONICLES 9:33,34  Many Levites were also Musicians who played & sang before God in the Temple 24/7 Specific Musical Instruments were used (I Chron. 16:4-6, 42)  Psalterys,  harps,cymbals,trumpets (for priests only), flute like & wind like instruments Words have stayed, Music has changed Music was meant to set the mood for Temple Worship God created us to Enjoy & create Music….music helps us become more vulnerable before each other & God…Zeph. 3:17 Song of Songs a book that is a SONG Songs help instruct you & aid our memories…..Isaiah 5:1, 35:10, Deut. 31:19,32:1 Songs are an ultimate medium of expression to God… RE. 5:9,14:2,3,15:3   TYPES of PSALMS Petitions, Prayers, Protection….Ps. 86,Ps.102 Praise…Psalm 145-150, Ps.47 Confessions of Faith…Ps. 33 & 94 Repentance…. Ps.51,130 Intercession….Psalms 6,21,67,122 Cursing (Imprecatory), Judgment of the wicked…Psalm 35,59,109 Instruction…Ps. 37,73,122 Questioning God…Psalm 9,10,14,49 Memorial ,historical, narrative, teaching, & parable Allegory, enlightenment, revelation, & prophetic TYPES of PSALMS Praise, hope, trust,  faith, exaltation of God, Love for God & His Word, thanksgiving, joy + longing Exultation, rejoicing, gladness, happiness, & deliverance Dedication, confession, repentance, prayer, & petition Humility, intercession, refuge, inquiry, need, & fear Lamentation, woe, sorrow, oppression, bondage, & trouble Acknowledgement of God's love & blessings, mercy, grace, truth, power, position, & love for His willing people; & their reciprocal love for their lover, bridegroom, espoused husband, king, redeemer, & Lord.   Conclusion: The Psalms provides to us,  BOTH,  a beautiful, meditational  book of Song & worship as well as containing bits & pieces of ALL Major Doctrine  to be studied along with All of the aspects of  Life physically & spiritually mankind experiences on earth. It has been said of the Psalms one finds “expressed an eager yearning & longing for God's PRESENCE” Psalms certainly contains ‘prayers & songs of joyous praise' Psalms are a collection of honest, needy, expressions of vulnerable hearts to God.  All emotions known to man are expressed in beautiful  & inspired prose within this book. Whatever state you find yourself in you can begin to find comfort & answers in the PSALMS….just start to read through them…If you are depressed, feeling anger & hate, in grief,, in fear, in joy, feeling sadness, feeling wronged & misunderstood by others, needing Justice, seeking to run & hide, seeking someone to be vulnerable with, seeking prayer, in need of repentance, Feeling Joy & Delight, Feeling doubt or Faith…The PSALMS cover the whole Gamut of Human Emotions & Thought…You CAN ADOPT THEM AS YOUR OWN PRAYERS, as well as pen your own ‘personal Psalms' before Abba!!!     James 1:23-25 J.B. Phillips New Testament 21-25 Have done, then, with impurity and every other evil which touches the lives of others, and humbly accept the message that God has sown in your hearts, and which can save your souls. Don't I beg you, only hear the message, but put it into practice; otherwise you are merely deluding yourselves. The man who simply hears and does nothing about it is like a man catching the reflection of his own face in a mirror. He sees himself, it is true, but he goes on with whatever he was doing without the slightest recollection of what sort of person he saw in the mirror. But the man who looks into the perfect mirror of God's law, the law of liberty (or freedom), and makes a habit of so doing, is not the man who sees and forgets. He puts that law into practice and he wins true happiness.        

The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring
Ep 056: CAST - Preventing Infants & Toddlers from Drowning

The Truman Charities Podcast: A Community of Caring

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 36:54


Before she became an ISR mom and then a certified instructor, Liz was an elementary school teacher with a strong background as well as passion for business and philanthropy. After her family's ISR self-rescue experience, Liz saw a window of opportunity to continue working with kids, while owning my own business and giving back to the community. Having personally experienced what it is like to go-it-alone as both an ISR swim mom and as an ISR instructor, it quickly became clear that a team approach was needed if she were to effectively increase self-rescue access in a city as large as Chicago. This inspired her to create CAST. The mission at CAST is to increase access to self-rescue lessons and to empower families and communities to create strong water safety strategies. What Liz learned in her initial ISR experience was that each day in this country, 3 families lose a child to drowning. She also learned that physical activity does absolute wonders for my girls, and that working as a team towards a big commitment taught her whole family the value of working together and believing in each other.   Listen to this uplifting Truman Charities episode with Liz Huber about CAST! Here is what to expect on this week's show: -       The moment Liz solidified her decision to create CAST when a mom named Katie asked her a question while she was studying to be an ISR instructor “How did you get to learn about these lessons before losing a child, while I am only here because my daughter is gone?" -       The misconceptions about puddle jumpers -       The highest drowning rates are among children 1-4 years old   Connect with Liz: Guest Links: Website- https://castwatersafety.org/liz-huber LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/liz-huber-a2145910 Instagram-  @castinghope_     Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Grand Theft Life
#158 -Gen Z doesn't wanna work, they wanna be famous, Inflation has peaked in North America and the reemergence of Nuclear Energy

Grand Theft Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 74:05


Listen in podcast app-What to think about Jackson Hole-Canadian Population Growth Best in G7-Nuclear IS BACK-Gen Z wants to be soooo famous-The Future is Battery Powered-Crypto Is back to 2017 highsListen on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.If you aren’t in the Reformed Millennials Facebook Group join us for daily updates, discussions, and deep dives into the investable trends Millennials should be paying attention to.👉 For specific investment questions or advice contact Joel @ Gold Investment Management.📈📊Market Update💵📉I think indexes will continue to struggle over the coming weeks as too much money is sloshing and too many overvalued companies that people will eventually shed continue to trade at too high of valuations. A couple weeks ago I wrote about the battle coming at the 200-day moving average. As I thought, the 200-day moving average has beaten stocks back for now. Patience and risk management will continue to rule as valuation compression works its way through a deglobalizing world flooded with capital.Some thoughts:The main premise behind the summer rally was that the Fed was going to pivot because of the possibility of overdoing it and causing a severe recession. This was the market’s bet. As a result the stocks that were hit the hardest since February 2021 due to rising interest rates – like biotech, were among the best performers in the past couple of months. On Friday, Fed’s chairman was very clear that the Fed is not ready to change its tightening policy just yet, and bringing down inflation continues to be the main concern. It seems his words sobered the market up fast and caused a major selloff across the board – biotech, semis, software, retailers, financials, industrials, consumer discretionary, etc. (see more comments below)Last week was the second down week in a row for the main indexes. Both, the large-cap S& P 500 (SPY) and the small-cap Russell 2k (IWM) tested their 50-week moving average two weeks ago and have pulled back about 6-7% since then. The next potential zones of support are their 50-day moving average: about 398 for SPY and 181 for IWM.The only market areas that have handled the selling in the past couple of weeks relatively well are commodities – energy like oil & gas, coal, uranium, solar; fertilizers, and industrial metals. Those groups were clear leaders in the first half of the year but then underwent a deep 30-50% drawdown during the summer only to bounce back later. The inflation trade is back on. The question is for how long? If the market is really worrying that the Fed’s tightening policy will lead to a severe recession, then those groups will start to crumble as well.Typically, future market leaders build new bases while the indexes correct. From a strictly seasonal perspective, stocks tend to be weak ahead of the mid-term elections and strong after. Obviously, there are many other factors currently at play.Keep Your Eyes on the USD and Stocks Making 52-week LowsGo count how many stocks are making new 52-week lows.I'll wait.It won't take you very long.The new lows list on the NYSE peaked on June 16th.This was at the height of the permabear bubble.By then a lot of the leaders had already bottomed a month prior. This is perfectly consistent with prior bottoms and future leadership.The ones that bottom first tend to lead of the lows, and then you'll see sector rotation from there.And that's certainly what we've seen as the ones that got crushed the most, bounced the most. And now we're watching some of that sector rotation and prior leadership coming into play, particularly Industrials and Energy.In bear markets you get a lot of stocks making new lows. In bull markets you don't get many stocks at all making new lows.Which of these are you seeing?If the new lows list starts to blow up and those former laggards return to being the market culprits they once were, then great.But that's just not what we're seeing.Until stocks start to go down, why would I want to short them?I think this market is one US Dollar sell-off away from a historic end of year rally.💸Reformed Millennials - Post of The WeekWho Killed E-Commerce?!This chart Charlie shared regarding e-commerce growth really caught my attention:Back in 2008 and 2009, it was not Apple and Facebook hurting e-commerce sales it was the ‘Great Financial Crisis.Post-crisis, Apple launched the iPhone, Shopify became the home of small e-commerce businesses and Facebook launched ad products that helped create an explosion of e-commerce and e-commerce companies.Etsy was also an important platform.In the last year, While Western countries yelled at Facebook for the newsfeed and politics, Apple figured out how a lot of those unjustifiably mad people would opt out of being tracked by Facebook, and opt-out they did.I talk to a lot of e-commerce founders and they can’t use Facebook to grow anymore, nor do the small teams have the expertise to grow their e-commerce startups as they did on Facebook's backs. The scrappy ones will survive, invest in people and learn new tricks, but for now, I think it is mayhem.We've allowed Apple put a stranglehold on the type of marketing that let small e-commerce businesses thrive and Zuckerberg and Shopify underestimated the impact and are way behind the curve on solving it and explaining to the politicians how dangerous an overlord Apple has been to SMBs trying to grow their business.The reemergence of Nuclear: FINALLYAs Russia continues to politicize energy policy, many in Europe are really feeling the squeeze as lower flows from the Nord Stream pipeline jeopardize efforts to fill storage sites going into the winter.On top of the Nord Stream “capacity limitations” we have global droughts causing water levels to lower to the point where the Rhine river is too low to transport coal needed for power plants.More and more of our energy infrastructure’s fragility is being shown, and we’re not doing enough to address it.Current renewable build-out capacity is abysmal compared to what is required which is causing many rallies to revisit an old friend…Nuclear.We had news last Wednesday out of Japan around their willingness to restart more idled nuclear power plants as well as assess the feasibility of developing next-gen reactors.Nuclear is commonly villainized in public perception, but unfairly so.Is it really as dangerous as people think?Or is it the exact solution we need right now at this level of the energy crisis?Instability in our energy complex has been shocking global markets, sending gas prices from Asia to the US higher amid a race and intense competition for supply.Russia has been dragging its feet by limiting capacity sent through a critical pipeline: Nord Stream.Nord Stream 1 stretches 1,200km under the Baltic Sea from the Russian coast near St. Petersburg all the way to north-eastern Germany.It is owned and operated by Nord Stream AG, whose majority shareholder is the Russian state-owned company Gazprom.By the end of June, Germany was importing 26% of its gas from Russia. Most of it comes through Nord Stream 1, with the rest coming from land-based pipelines.Germany also agreed to the building of a parallel pipeline - Nord Stream 2 - but it never became operational due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.Although Gazprom cites “turbine maintenance” as the reason for the closure, we all know it is being politicized in Russia’s war with Ukraine.While Germany has been trying to get alternative gas supplies from Norway and the Netherlands, the overreliance on Russian Gas has handcuffed the country as local gas prices are up 450% YoY.Germany is now back to increasing its use of coal to extend the life of power stations that it had been planning to shut down, despite how harmful coal production is to the environment.This part might actually sound like a joke, but in order to cope with this complete shock to the energy systems, people in Germany and parts of Europe are actually buying wood stoves. In fact, demand for wood-burning stoves in Germany has doubled compared to last year as households look for cheaper alternatives.I’ve got an idea…How about you turn to one of the most efficient and clean sources of energy production: nuclear?Instead, Germany put together a plan for a complete phase-out of nuclear energy back in 2011, with three of its six nuclear plants switched off at the end of 2021 and the other three to cease operations by the end of 2022.If it sounds like this is one of the worst ideas of all time, that’s because it is.So let’s take a look at just what is nuclear, and why it is a viable alternative.I’ve got an idea…How about you turn to one of the most efficient and clean sources of energy production: nuclear?Instead, Germany put together a plan for a complete phase-out of nuclear energy back in 2011, with three of its six nuclear plants switched off at the end of 2021 and the other three to cease operations by the end of 2022.If it sounds like this is one of the worst ideas of all time, that’s because it is.So let’s take a look at just what is nuclear, and why it is a viable alternative.What is Nuclear Energy? - Production, Capacity, ConstructionNuclear energy comes from splitting atoms in a reactor to heat water into steam, turn a turbine and generate electricity. This is all done without carbon emissions because reactors use uranium, not fossil fuels.Nuclear plants are always on. They are well-operated to avoid interruptions and built to withstand extreme weather, supporting the grid 24/7.Today, there are about 440 nuclear power reactors operating in 33 countries with a combined capacity of about 390 GWe. In 2021, these provided 2653 TWh - about 10% of the world's electricity.Approximately 55 power reactors are currently being constructed in 15 countries -notably China, India, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates.China has an additional 46 nuclear reactors under construction compared to just *two* in the US. China also has the overarching goal of building another 150 nuclear reactors over the next 15 years.Since China is currently by far the largest consumer of the world in coal, a shift to other, less polluting energy sources will be huge when it comes to the push to greener initiatives.In addition to building out more reactors, increasing nuclear capacity can also be done by uprating existing plants. This is a highly cost-effective way of bringing on new capacity. Numerous power reactors in the USA, Switzerland, Spain, Finland, and Sweden, for example, have had their generating capacity increased.Why the Hesitation? - Policy, PerceptionNarratives drive perception. The narrative around nuclear has been highly skeptical as a result of the high-profile incidents of Fukushima and Chernobyl which were the only two accidents rated at seven (the maximum severity).While Fukushima was caused by a natural disaster—an earthquake and a tsunami—Chernobyl was caused by human error during a safety test.The Chernobyl accident response together with later decontamination of the environment involved more than half a million personnel at an estimated cost of US$68B (inflation-adjusted).These events would remain firmly in the public eye as they were widely covered in the press and nuclear energy was deemed too dangerous—the risks too high. People flooded the streets in protest as they pressured governments not only to halt any additional reactor buildout but also to shutter existing ones.However, these two major reactor accidents are the only ones to occur in over 18,500 cumulative reactor years of commercial nuclear power operations in 36 countries.The evidence over six decades shows that nuclear power is a safe means of generating electricity. The risk of accidents in nuclear power plants is low and declining.The consequences of an accident or terrorist attack are minimal compared with other commonly accepted risks. Radiological effects on people of any radioactive releases can be avoided, but are still a risk.While the process of creating nuclear energy does not have harmful carbon emissions, the byproduct is radioactive waste which can be extremely dangerous because human exposure can cause certain types of cancer. The safe transportation and storage of nuclear waste will be vital in the viability argument for nuclear.So we know that fears of safety in actual reactors themselves are overblown, but there is also the danger of harnessing nuclear technology in building weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) through atomic bombs.This is a much more real and much more scary risk.There are links between nuclear weapons and nuclear power because the process of enriching uranium to make it into fuel for nuclear power stations is also used to make nuclear weapons. Plutonium is a by-product of the nuclear fuel cycle and is still used by some countries to make nuclear weapons.The Market - Key Inputs, Facilities, Unit EconomicsUranium is the key input that is used in the generation of nuclear energy. Looking at uranium production from mines by country in tonnes:Mining methods have been changing. In 1990, 55% of world production came from underground mines, but this shrunk dramatically through 1999, with 33% then. Since 2000 the new Canadian mines have increased again.In situ leach (ISL, also called in situ recovery, ISR) mining has been steadily increasing its share of the total, mainly due to Kazakhstan, and in 2021 accounted for over 60% of production.Conventional mines have a mill where the ore is crushed, ground and then leached with sulfuric acid to dissolve the uranium oxides. At the mill of a conventional mine, (or the treatment plant of an ISL operation) the uranium is then separated by ion exchange before being dried and packed, usually as U3O8.Like anything, we have to look at two components: demand (required by reactors in order to generate nuclear energy) and supply (uranium mined). So to get a good pulse of projection we then look at inventories as well as projected supply/demand imbalances.Ralph Profiti, a Uranium Sell-side analyst has come up with the following projections:What we are looking at here is a projected uranium deficit, should reactor buildout proceed as anticipated.The recent move in the uranium price was due to [this Reuters article](https://substack.com/.../f3cba7c8-2b50-4831-b0ee...) which stated that Japan will restart more idled nuclear plants and look at developing next-generation reactors as the Prime Minister has had a major policy shift on nuclear energy.While there are legitimate concerns over byproduct waste and fears of weaponization, the fragility of our energy infrastructure right now is rightfully causing many countries across the globe to heavily reconsider nuclear.When one energy source is being weaponized, diversification is the key to limiting buyer/seller imbalances.It’s sad our governments are so reactionary…Democracy is the worst political system… except for all the other ones.🐦 Twitter Thread of The Week 🐦🔮Best Links of The Week🔮Big Beliefs - Morgan HouselCan Canada handle its coming population boom? - Globe And MailCanada just missed possibly one of the greatest opportunities in its history - National PostReflections on the Investing Process with Michael Mauboussin - Rational Reflection This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.reformedmillennials.com

Are You Serious? Podcast

This week the fellas discuss the new Tank album and DJ Khaled album. They also discuss the possible verzuz between DJ Khaled and DJ Drama. Also the Diddy and JD verzuz. Is R&B dead? Also, they have a story time when they "took one for the team". They guys chime in. Also, there is a new segment. Follow the guys: @king_mac919 @el_plaga_ays @areyouserious_podcast Want to be a guest contact @ays_andrea Merch: sarcarrogance.com Tickets for the Player's Ball: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sarcarrogance-presents-the-players-ball-tickets-355105900307?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Hebrew Nation Online
Now Is The Time w/Rabbi Steve Berkson | Are You Listening? (a message from Yom Teruah)

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 69:49


There is a day of judgment coming. Are you ready to stand before the Judge of all? According to what will you be judged? What are “the Books” that will be opened at the Judgment? What kind of people should we be knowing that this event is just ahead of us? In preparation for this Rabbi Steve Berkson asks the question, “Are You Listening?” He takes us to Deuteronomy chapter 4 to show the example of Moses exhorting the people just before they go into the Promised Land saying “And now, O Yisra'?l, listen to the laws and the right-rulings which I am teaching you to do, so that you live, and shall go in and possess the land which ???? Elohim of your fathers is giving you.”* *Excerpt From: Copyright 2012 by ISR. “The Scriptures 1998.” iBooks. Don't miss out on new teachings every week. For more information about MTOI (Messianic Torah Observant Israel), visit our website at http://www.mtoi.org Join us on Social media! Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mtoiworldwide Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtoiworldwide Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/mtoiworldwide We are located in Cleveland TN. If you would like to know more about us, we would love to hear from you! Feel free to visit us on our website wwww.mtoi.org, email us at admin@mtoi.org or call us at 423-250-3020. Join us for Shabbat Services & Torah Study LIVE Streamed on our Main YouTube Channel every Shabbat at 1pm (EST) and every Tuesday for Torah Study Live Stream at 8pm (EST)

TFB Behind the Gun Podcast
TFB B-Side Podcast: Preston With QuietBore

TFB Behind the Gun Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 45:15


On today's show, we've brought on Preston from Creative Arms/QuietBore. For those unfamiliar, Quiet Bore used to specialize in Form 1 Suppressor kits where end-users would be able to take advantage of using the ATF's regulations to construct their own suppressor at home. However, as is often the case with the ATF and firearms, the rules have changed in an unfavorable direction for DIY Suppressor manufacturers and as a result, Quiet Bore has had to switch gears to match the times. Today Preston and I discuss a bit of the company's history, their product lineup, as well as some related fields that Creative Arms and Quiet Bore benefit from with some of their sister companies. Please welcome Preston to the show!  If you're interested in checking out what QuietBore is working on, or what Preston is getting into these days (he's really into cars) you can check out the links below to their social media pages.  Main homepage: www.creativearms.com QB Series Products: https://www.creativearms.com/qb-series-suppressor-lineup/ ISR: https://www.creativearms.com/creative-arms-isr-platform/ Lil Guy Suppressor: https://www.creativearms.com/lilguy-22suppressor/   Creative Arms Instagram: www.instagram.com/creativearmsllc Preston's Instagram: www.instagram.com/ca_preston Car stuff: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfpP6i01yC068KzH3mrbujA

Can You Speak Up, Mark?! With Darren
Episode 51 - “You're Him”

Can You Speak Up, Mark?! With Darren

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 99:59


Darren wanna break the pod up so bad lol Darren putting Mark through ‘Homie Therapy' during a DC lunch (15:50) Jamie Foxx “Day Shift” movie (32:25) Alleged sextapes from Lori Harvey, Rihanna, & Wendy Williams said to be shopped around (38:18) Mark makes a quick “icks in women” list (44:06) Nicki Minaj receives her first number one as a soloist on Billboard Top 100 for “Super Freaky Girl” (1:01:18) New Music: Larry June “Spaceships on the Blade” album, Mark saying he's just Dom Kennedy from the Bay area; Tank “R&B Money” album (1:04:33) Is R&B dead? (1:14:00) Sports: Kobe Bryant's 44th birthday, Kevin Durant will remain with the Brooklyn Nets, Lebron James contract extension with the Lakers, Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended for 11 games amid sexual misconduct accusations, Dennis Rodman to the rescue! (1:28:38) Follow us on Spotify & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts to rate us 5 stars and let us know how you like it! Feel free to leave comments on music you want us to listen to and discuss. Podcast IG: @Canyouspeakupmarkpod Podcast Twitter: @CYSUMarkPod Mark 's Twitter/Instagram: @Marklsworld Darren's Instagram: @dr.d_p_c Email: canyouspeakupmarkpod@gmail.com

MANSWERS
Episode 24 - Eagle Testical

MANSWERS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 90:03


Or is it EgoTestical? Egotistical? Whatever it is we've got the Manswer for it and more on today's episode where WE GET A LITTLE SPICY! First off, after another sensational intro, we have a light discussion on our past weeks. (4 mins) Our Quick Question comes in from a close friend and huge fan of the show, P Diddy, as he asks us (and the rest of Al Gore's internet IS R&B Dead? (25 min) and Miss CTG has a question for the guys over investments: financial, time, and otherwise.Next we get into the meat of the episode with a round of Part 2's! Iz kicks us off (38 pts) with a great discussion on Flewed Out Part 2! Who got the rights to get what and who don't? What are the expectations when going on an adults only getaway? (56 min) Then Miss CTG comes back for the guys with Beta Males Pt 2! Where are these men getting the idea to treat the fellas better than WIFEY? Ridiculous(1:10min) And finally we have another quick round of everyone's favorite Pet Peeves Part 2: things that people do to annoy you in arguments, and other stupid human behaviors. There's so much and more on this week's episode of MANSWERS!

The Vibe Check
Episode 3 | Cool Brothas and B!****$

The Vibe Check

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 61:08


On this weeks episode, we kick it off with some new R&B releases: Tink "Pillow Talk" and Tank "R&B Money". This brings us to the question that has been circulating for about a week: "Is R&B dead?" There are some new albums that dropped outside of the R&B realm. Larry June dropped "Spaceships on the Blade" and the crew mention some new anticipated drops coming August 26th. Tev asks what makes Andre 3000 the goat? Tell us what you think! We show some love to all the wonderful shows on The Polaris Network (Where Authenticity Matters). Fnmeka is the first AI Rapper ever and is signed to Capitol Records. You down for Metaverse concerts? Timbaland and Swizz Beatz sue Triller for 28 million...run them their coins! NEW SEGMENT ALERT: Vibe of the Week. The crew will let the listeners know what song, new or old, they have been vibin to this past week. Jess: Beyonce "America Has A Problem" / Tev: Tempest "Young Playa Footage" / Eijay: Tink "Balance" / Jammin: Missy Elliot "Sock it to Me" Thanks for listening! Subscribe for more content from The Polaris Network - http://bit.ly/3l88kNw

Ask Myj The Podcast
S2 EP 11: Who Killed R&B?

Ask Myj The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 38:19


Is R&B dead? On this episode, Myj weighs in on the R&B is dead debate, Orlando Brown's recent viral comments, Tevin Campbell confirming his sexuality, Angela Yee's new radio show, and more.

Danny Morrison
DIDDY IS ASKING… “WHO KILLED R&B?” I KNOW WHAT AND WHO. I'LL TELL YOU

Danny Morrison

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 137:50


Diddy caused a firestorm of controversy on Twitter yesterday. But is Diddy right? Is R&B Music dead?

CrossXCultured
Ep 119- Doing Too Much

CrossXCultured

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 59:16


Welcome back to another episode. This week in Hot Topics, ladies be careful traveling alone as more cases of unusual cases leading to sex trafficking arise. Pain surgeons information is off the latest trends and it's not BBLs. #Diddy mages headlines as he reignites the debate : Is R&B dead .#CareForTheCulture goes to Slutty Vegan owner, Pinky Cole, for continuing her business expansion. #OlodoofTheWeek goes to FAMU student that has an interesting theme for her graduation photos . Hear the latest in TV and Music. This is CrossxCultured.

We're Just the Messengers Podcast
Ep. 215 Why would you post That?

We're Just the Messengers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 124:00


On this episode Mike and Moe are joined by friend of the show Marcus. First they discuss what's appropriate as far as a bday post for your significant other (7:43). Diddy and JD will do a unofficial Verzuz (17:34). Is R&B dead? Artist complaining about the judgement of their music (23:51). How long are you going with being Broke? Is their a timetable? (59:41). Timbaland and Swizz sue Triller (1:14:12). Manti Teo doc (1:30:56). Deshaun Watson suspended 11 games (1:50:52).

The GAUDS Show Hosted By Ray Daniels The Culture Referee

Is R&B dead? Are parents traumatizing their children for social media? Is Kanye on to something? Is Rick Ross a fraud? Welcome to the second episode of the GAUDS show hosted by the Culture Referee Ray Daniels and this weeks co-host Tamira Smith.  They Break down the music industry and the scandals behind the scenes. This week episode holds the secret to becoming the G.O.A.T as a creative. Follow Host Ray Daniels & Co-Host Tamira Smith https://linktr.ee/RAYDANIELSMEDIA https://instagram.com/agirlfromharlem?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=  

The GAUDS Show Hosted By Ray Daniels The Culture Referee

Is R&B dead? Are parents traumatizing their children for social media? Is Kanye on to something? Is Rick Ross a Fraud?Welcome to the second episode of the GAUDS Show hosted by the Culture Referee Ray Daniels and this weeks co-host Tamira Smith . Follow Ray Daniels And Co-Host Tamira Smith https://instagram.com/agirlfromharlem?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= https://linktr.ee/RAYDANIELSMEDIA

Muscles and Management
Episode #206 Can you "Teach," Speed, Using Ice as an Athlete and Volume Prescriptions for Depth Jumps

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 32:00


On this episode of the Muscles and Management Podcast, Gerry and Mike discuss topics, top twitter news, and questions from followers! Gerry goes into detail on teaching speed, TikTok drama, R.I.C.E., and much more! Don't miss this episode that goes deep into the S&C World!All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Episode Timestamps2:00 - Dated Mindset of “Have To Be Born With It”3:15 - Can't Teach Speed is BS!13:50 - More TikTok Fun15:20 - Is R.I.C.E. Dead?21:20 - Pogo & Lateral Jump Combo for Baseball Players24:10 - Why Neutral Grip with Dumbell Bench26:35 - Depth Drop Volume28:30 - Resources/Tips for Training Kids (Age 6 or 7)Support the show

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast
63. Gaming the System: How Wargames Shape Our Future

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 48:24


Army Mad Scientist interviewed the following world-class SMEs to explore how wargaming can enhance traditional training and education methods to help build better Leaders: Ian Sullivan serves as the Senior Advisor for Analysis and ISR to the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2, at the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC G-2). This is a Tier One Defense Intelligence Senior Level (DISL) position. He is responsible for the analysis that defines and the narrative that explains the Army’s Operational Environment, which supports integration across doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and policy. Mr. Sullivan is a career civilian intelligence officer who has served with the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI); Headquarters, U.S. Army Europe and Seventh Army, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2 (USAREUR G-2); and as an Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) cadre member at the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). Prior to assuming his position at the TRADOC G-2, Mr. Sullivan led a joint NCTC Directorate of Intelligence/Central Intelligence Agency Counterterrorism Mission Center unit responsible for Weapons of Mass Destruction terrorism issues, where he provided direct intelligence support to the White House, senior policymakers, Congress, and other senior customers throughout the Government. He was promoted into the Senior Executive ranks in June 2013 as a member of the ODNI’s Senior National Intelligence Service, and transferred to the Army as a DISL employee in January 2017. Mr. Sullivan is also a frequent and valued contributor to the Mad Scientist Laboratory. Mitchell Land has spent time in both the Navy and the Army National Guard, and has a life-long love affair with gaming war. He is the designer of GMT’s Next War games. The series currently consists of five games (two of which are 2nd Editions) and three supplements, with more on the way. In addition, Mr. Land was the developer for GMT’s Silver Bayonet: The First Team in Vietnam (25th Anniversary Edition) and Caesar: Rome vs Gaul. When not playing or working on games, you can find him cycling — most often on the Katy Trail. LTC Peter Soendergaard is an Infantry officer in the Royal Danish Army. He has served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. For the last ten years, he has worked in various force development positions, from the Danish Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence to the Army Staff. For the past four years, LTC Soendergaard has served as the Danish Army’s liaison officer to U.S. Army TRADOC. He is currently serving in the strategic development section of the Danish Defense Command. Jennifer McArdle is the Head of Research at Improbable U.S. Defense & National Security, a commercial start-up that is bringing innovative distributed simulation technology to defense. She also serves as an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the Center for a New American Security’s defense program and wargaming lab and as a Non-Resident Fellow at the Joint Special Operations University. A former professor, Ms. McArdle has

HeroFront
CMSgt Ed Diaz - The Power of Perspective "Toxic Leadership or Toxic Experience?" LIVE! at AFSAPEDS 2022 - Ep 44

HeroFront

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 54:21


Chief Master Sergeant Heriberto Diaz is the Command Chief Master Sergeant, Third Air Force, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The Third Air Force is U.S. Air Forces in Europe's Numbered Air Force for U.S. European Command as well as the U.S. Air Forces in Africa's Numbered Air Force for U.S. Africa Command, and is comprised of nine active-duty wings, ninety geographically separated units spanning 104 countries across Europe and Africa. As the Numbered Air Force's Senior Enlisted Leader, Chief Diaz advises the commander on issues affecting the readiness, organization, training, health, welfare, morale, development, and utilization of 30,000 Airmen. Chief Diaz is from Playas, New Mexico and enlisted in the Air Force in 1995. He has served in various duties in Munitions Maintenance, Operations Intelligence, Airman Development, and Senior Leadership positions. The Chief has a vast experience in the joint environment serving in combat with the US Army and Marine Corps, with a background in Security Cooperation. His broad range and depth of expertise includes weapons research and development, 24hr indications and warning operations, targeting analysis, Threat to Air Operations analysis, Airborne Intelligence analysis onboard the E-8C/JSTRS, Department of Defense airborne ISR operations management, and combat operations training in Latin America supporting SOUTHCOM priorities. Furthermore, Chief Diaz served as Commandant for the Erwin Professional Military Education Center, and as Command Chief for Air Mobility forces in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Chief Diaz has deployed on multiple occasions in direct support of Operations SOUTHERN WATCH, IRAQI FREEDOM, and ENDURING FREEDOM. (This discussion is not endorsed by the USAF, it is a fun discussion between friends with the hope someone can gain positive insight)

Todo en Uno TV
Todo en Uno TV 19:00 horas|16 de agosto de 2022

Todo en Uno TV

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 0:57


Profeco alerta por estafas en redes sociales SEP presenta nuevo Plan de Estudios Fechas de pago de la pensión de septiembre ¿Por qué se paga el ISR? Recuperan 93 piezas arqueológicas en tianguis

TU DÍA CON EL UNIVERSAL
¡A pagar! TV Azteca debe 2 mil 615 mdp al SAT por concepto de ISR, ratifica Tribunal

TU DÍA CON EL UNIVERSAL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 7:26


TV Azteca deberá pagar 2 mil 615 mdp al SAT por concepto de ISR, ratifica Tribunal. Congreso de la CDMX determina no sancionar a Sheinbaum por violar veda electoral en revocación de mandato. Diego Luna critica a AMLO por dar "golpe militar a la constitución" Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Headless WP Podcast
Next.js 12.2, Open Source, and Community Building with Lee Robinson

Headless WP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 55:09 Transcription Available


In this episode, Fran and Jeff talk with Lee Robinson, the VP of Developer Experience at Vercel. We take a look at some new or now stable features in Next.js, like middleware, the image component, and ISR. Both Vercel and WP Engine support a lot of open source projects as a part of their strategies, and we dig into why that's important and good for the web in general.  Last we discuss many of Lee's ideas on how to build developer communities at both the global and local scale.Lee's TwitterLee's WebsiteLee's Post on DX

3 The Podway
Me, Myself, & Beyoncé

3 The Podway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 52:48


3Thepodway sits down to discuss smelling like outside, what is R&B to you and Beyoncé. Do y'all get in bed with your outside clothes on? Is there an outside smell?What is R&B today? Can you name 5? How does R&B look different from the "golden age"?and the impact she has had on culture. Is R&B dead? What does Beyoncé mean to you now and what has she meant to you? Let's talk about it! @3thepodway , Where Culture and Conversation IntersectOne thing for sure, Two things for certain... -3THEPODWAY

Cardio_Cast
043- In-Stent Restenosis

Cardio_Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 28:20


Dear friends and colleagues, we summarized recent studies updates and management of ISR and we hope you enjoy this episode. You can also download the slides via this link:http://ecardiocast.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/ISR.pdf

Cardio_Cast
044- ISR- English edition

Cardio_Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 21:20


Dear friends, the English edition of ISR is ready and we hope you will enjoy listening to this episode. you can also download the slides via this link:http://ecardiocast.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/ISR.pdf

The UAV Digest
408 Archer Aviation Maker

The UAV Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 31:32 Very Popular


Archer Aviation planning full transition flights of their Maker aircraft, drone shuts down Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, protecting sporting events with drones, using lasers for drone communications, RQ-4 Global Hawk end-of-life, alligator attacks drone, a Remote ID device from Aerobits, and the Zephyr UAS flies for 26 days. Archer Aviation Maker eVTOL. UAV News Archer Flight Testing Gains Momentum, On Pace to Achieve Transition Flight By Year End Archer Aviation Inc. announced it is confident it will achieve its goal of flying full transition flights with its Maker aircraft by year-end. Flight tests of the full-scale 12-motor eVTOL demonstrator aircraft with a Tilt Propeller System (TPS) have been successful. Maker successfully completed its first hover test flight in December 2021 and since then the engineering team has focused on the development and testing of the systems needed for a full transition to horizontal flight. Errant drone briefly shuts down D.C. airport Air traffic was shut down at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport for 45 minutes. There is no information about who was operating the drone, if it was taken down, or if it was retrieved.  The DHS told Congress that TSA has reported nearly 2,000 drone sightings near U.S. airports since 2021. Pilots had to take “65 evasive actions” after drones came too close or disturbed aircraft. World Cup to use drones to help protect stadiums Utah-based Fortem Technologies has reached an agreement with Qatar's interior ministry to provide the interceptor drones at this winter's Fifa World Cup in Qatar. Fortem's “DroneHunters” that shoot nets will be able to bring down small rogue drones. These are autonomous, radar-guided drones. Laser-Controlled Drones Can Evade Signal-Jamming Countermeasures The counter-drone technology that physically attacks rogue drones with a net or a projectile requires that you track the drone's movement. On the other hand, signal jamming doesn't require such precise tracking. But now British company QinetiQ has a way to remotely operate drones without the communication signals that can be jammed. The new system uses lasers or Free-Space Optical Communications (FSO, or FSOC) signals. Air Force's RQ-4 Global Hawk drones headed for retirement in FY27 The US Air Force plans to phase out all remaining RQ-4 Global Hawk reconnaissance drones by fiscal 2027. Northrop Grumman was informed they should expect that the fleet will reach its end of life by that date. In a statement, an Air Force spokeswoman said, “Our ability to win future high-end conflicts requires accelerating investment in connected, survivable platforms and accepting short-term risks by divesting legacy ISR assets that offer limited capability against peer and near-peer threats.” What a snap! Moment alligator leaps out of Brazilian river and devours nosy fisherman's drone in mid-flight A Brazilian man was testing his new drone and had seen some alligators, so he flew back to the spot. The drone hovered over one of the alligators who eyed the drone for a few seconds. The gator then lept out of the water, grabbed the drone, and swam away. Video: Alligator leaps out of Brazilian river and snatches drone in mid flight https://youtu.be/rXeU7_l-PEo The most advanced Remote ID with WI-FI and BLE technology Aerobits has launched an advanced version of the idME PRO device that can broadcast on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It provides enhanced identification and tracking for UAS and works with MAVLINK devices. The Wi-Fi can connect to the Pixhawk drone controller via a JST connector. The Bluetooth Low Energy (or BLE) provides surveillance and drone operator identification capability via smartphones or tablets.  US Army conducts high-altitude experiments with Zephyr UAS The U.S. Army wants to implement ultra-long endurance stratospheric UAS capabilities. During a June 2022 test flight,

The PedsDocTalk Podcast
128: Is ISR really okay for kids (Infant Swimming Resource) and how does it differ from traditional swim classes?

The PedsDocTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 51:45 Very Popular


ISR is gaining popularity in the U.S. and for good reason. As a Pediatrician in Florida, I know many families who have signed up for ISR classes for their children. We also started it but had to cancel due to the commute and weather delays. But, there are a lot of misconceptions about ISR. I invited Erika Wilson, ISR instructor and owner of @seastarisr to discuss all things ISR and why it should be a swimming educational resource option for all families.We discuss: What Infant swimming resource (ISR) is and when you can start Misconceptions about ISRThe benefits of ISRHow it differs from traditional swim classes Questions to ask swim school/instructor to ensure survival skills  The risks of puddle jumpers and what to do insteadThings to consider when signing up for an ISR class For more, listen to Episode 82To read more about ISR and Erika's company @seastarisr: seastarisr.comTo find an ISR instructor in your area:locator.infantswim.comFor ISR scholarships:thesylasproject.orgjudahbrownproject.orglivelikejake.comisrswimbabies.com/scholarship-partners

Defence Connect Podcast
The future of ISR satellites, with Kleos co-founder Andy Bowyer

Defence Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:31


In this special crossover podcast between Defence Connect and Space Connect, host Adam Thorn discusses the future of ISR satellites with Kleos' co-founder, Andy Bowyer. Kleos is a "spy satellite" company that is based in Luxembourg, though listed on the ASX. The satellites are designed to identify illegal activity on Earth by detecting radio frequencies rather than images. Bowyer discusses how Kleos' continued growth signals a shift away from major advancements being the preserve of big governments and primes. Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect team

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast
61. How Russia Fights 2.0 with BG (Ret.) Peter B. Zwack, BG (Ret.) Peter L. Jones, Ian Sullivan, Dr. Mica Hall, Samuel Bendett, Katerina Sedova

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 61:54 Very Popular


Army Mad Scientist interviewed the following world-class SMEs to address what we’ve learned about How Russia Fights 2.0: Ian Sullivan serves as the Senior Advisor for Analysis and ISR to the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2, at the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC G-2). This is a Tier One Defense Intelligence Senior Level (DISL) position. He is responsible for the analysis that defines and the narrative that explains the Army’s Operational Environment, which supports integration across doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and policy. Mr. Sullivan is a career civilian intelligence officer who has served with the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI); Headquarters, U.S. Army Europe and Seventh Army, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2 (USAREUR G-2); and as an Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) cadre member at the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). Prior to assuming his position at the TRADOC G-2, Mr. Sullivan led a joint NCTC Directorate of Intelligence /Central Intelligence Agency Counterterrorism Mission Center unit responsible for Weapons of Mass Destruction terrorism issues, where he provided direct intelligence support to the White House, senior policymakers, Congress, and other senior customers throughout the Government. He was promoted into the Senior Executive ranks in June 2013 as a member of the ODNI’s Senior National Intelligence Service, and transferred to the Army as a Defense Intelligence Senior Level employee in January 2017. Mr. Sullivan is also a frequent and valued contributor to the Mad Scientist Laboratory. Sam Bendett is an Adviser with CNA‘s Strategy, Policy, Plans and Programs Center (SP3), where he is a member of the Russia Studies Program. He is also an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security. His work involves research on Russian defense and technology developments, unmanned and autonomous military systems and artificial intelligence, as well as Russian military capabilities and decision-making during crises. He is a Member of CNA’s Center for Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence, and a proclaimed Mad Scientist, having contributed multiple insightful blog posts to the Mad Scientist Laboratory addressing Russian autonomous weapons and presented informative topics during a number of Army Mad Scientist webinars and conferences. He is also a Russian military autonomy and AI SME for the DoD’s Defense Systems Information Analysis Center. Katerina Sedova currently serves at the Global Engagement Center in the U.S. Department of State. Formerly a Research Fellow at the Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Ms. Sedova helps coordinate efforts at the GEC’s Russia Division to analyze, expose, and counter Russia&rsq

Because You Need to Know Podcast
Sector Checks, Grit, and Truth Decay with Kevin L. Moffatt

Because You Need to Know Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 21:09


Kevin Moffatt, Co-Founder and CEO of Valencor, is a hands-on executive leader with over 20 years of experience leading multi-national teams providing innovative enterprise solutions and services in challenging operational environments. His focus on enabling and aligning high performing teams and evolving technical approaches has consistently delivered results across a broad spectrum of disciplines, including targeting, Counter-IED, strategy and assessment, national capacity building, ISR operations, and intelligence analysis, in support of US Government and Multi-National Coalition operations around the world. He spent over two years, cumulatively, deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan during this time, working directly with stakeholders to understand and meet critical operational needs with agile solutions—credited by senior commanders with saving lives and resources. As comfortable in the boardroom as he is in the field, Kevin led organic revenue growth of a new business portfolio in a small company to over $60M per year in seven years, which was instrumental in the company's success. Following an acquisition by private equity in 2016 and subsequently by a large defense integrator in 2018, Kevin led successively larger business units in the C5ISR domain, ultimately managing a Profit & Loss center with over $600M in annual revenue, providing full lifecycle software development and engineering services to the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. Kevin has an MS in Management Information Systems from Bowie State University and a BS in Legal Studies from the US Air Force Academy, where he was a Distinguished Graduate. He previously served as a US Air Force intelligence officer.

A Better Peace: The War Room Podcast
SHAPING THE THEATER (STRATEGIC LANDPOWER IRP PT 1)

A Better Peace: The War Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 45:16 Very Popular


From 10-12 May 2022 the War College hosted the first Annual Strategic Landpower Symposium. Bringing together students, scholars and practitioners the symposium displayed original research and presented solutions to senior leaders about how landpower can help achieve national objectives in the future. As part of symposium Army leadership asked the United States Army War College Strategic Landpower Integrated Research Project faculty to address the future role of strategic landpower. Taking up that challenge seven members of the USAWC class of 2022 participated in the integrated research project as part of their Masters in Strategic Studies degree research requirement and presented their results at the symposium to amplify their work. A BETTER PEACE has organized two podcast sessions with those students to discuss their projects, their relationship to the strategic landpower symposium and possible implications for the future of U.S. security policy. In the virtual studio for this first episode to discuss shaping the theater are Phil Baker, Gregory Foxx, Kirk Sanders and Carl Zeppengno. They join podcast editor Ron Granieri to discuss a variety of aspects pertaining to landpower to include, the National Guard State Partnership Program, special operations persistent forward presence, theater ISR operations and Marine Advance Based Operations alongside Army landpower doctrine. The second annual Strategic Landpower Symposium is set for 9-11 May 2023 and there is a call for papers due by 15 January 2023. Registration can be accomplished online. The theme will be the "Role of Strategic Landpower in Future Joint and Combined Operations." 2023 Strategic Landpower Symposium Home Page - https://csl.armywarcollege.edu/landpower/default.aspx

The MRA Podcast with Kyle & Kamal
“Warning Signs” Ep. 206

The MRA Podcast with Kyle & Kamal

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 60:23


Is R. Kelly Engaged? Is it okay to date a man and his former roommate? One of DeShaun Watson's Victims Changed Her Tone. A dear Erby from a woman who's […]

Finanzas #SinFiltro
#HeyMercados Daily | Los ingresos del sector público crecieron 4.0% en los primeros cinco meses del año

Finanzas #SinFiltro

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 3:32


1 de Julio, 2022 | El impulso se vio manifestado por el 26.9% de incremento en los ingresos petroleros gracias a mayores precios promedio de la mezcla mexicana. Por otro lado, los ingresos tributarios avanzaron 3.0% donde el impulso del ISR fue parcialmente contrarrestado por la estabilización de la recaudación de IVA. Esta y otras noticias nacionales y globales en el episodio de hoy.

IseeRobots Radio
The Food Cube Fiasco: The Directors Cut

IseeRobots Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 76:29


Hey kids. I am proud to present to you what I think is my best work. The Food Cube Fiasco for the 1st time brought to you in one big lump of audio fun. This is basically the ISR "movie" if a movie can be only audio... It's all 36 of The Food Cube Shorts, remixed with some other interesting goodies thrown into spice it up. This has all the commercials, news breaks and bits. It's fantastic. I am very proud of this project so if you ever share an episode please make it this one..  

Meaning Full Living
71: Amber Smith on Life After Loss & Swim Safety

Meaning Full Living

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 32:01


Amber Smith is wife to country music star, Granger Smith, and mom to 4 kids. Today's conversation is a really, really heavy one…and may be triggering for anyone who has experienced miscarriages, stillbirth, infant loss or loss on any level. In 2019 Amber and her husband experienced the unthinkable when they lost their son River at the age 3 in a drowning accident. In today's episode, Amber talks through how they have walked through their grief, how they've found meaning in tragedy, and how she's bringing awareness to swim safety and ISR (infant safety rescue) so no parent has to go through what they went through. We recorded this episode the day after the Uvalde shooting so emotions were raw. Grab your tissue and open your heart because today's episode is a difficult one but a special one.    To find an ISR teacher in your area visit https://www.infantswim.com/ and to learn more about the River Kelly Fund visit https://www.riverkellyfund.org/    Sponsors: Thrive Market: Get $80 dollars in free groceries at thrivemarket.com/living Thinx Underwear: $10 off your first order with code LIVING at rethinkyourcycle.com Pampers: Download Pampers Club App to start earning rewards with every diapers & wipes purchase.   Produced by Dear Media.

Swift Legacy Podcast
R.E.V.E.N.G.E

Swift Legacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 18:30


Is R.E.V.E.N.G.E on your list of things to do this week? In this episode we're talking about one of Taylor's pettiest songs and why we think it's going to make the Debut album vault!

That's my JAMstack
S3E5 - Facundo Giuliani on end-user experiences, NextJS, and Storyblok

That's my JAMstack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 28:42


Quick show notes Our Guest: Facundo Giuliani (Twitter) What he'd like for you to see: His musical Jam: The Meters Transcript Bryan Robinson 0:15 Welcome back to yet another episode of That's My Jamstack, the podcast where we ask the ever important question, what is your jam in the Jamstack? I'm your host, Bryan Robinson. And this week we had the amazing Facundo Giuliani. Facundo do is a developer relations engineer at story block, and an avid presenter and author about all things Jamstack. Bryan Robinson 0:46 All right, Facundo. Well, thank you so much for joining us on the show today. Facundo Giuliani 0:49 Thank you. Thank you very much for the invitation and the opportunity. Awesome. So Bryan Robinson 0:53 tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do for work? And what do you do for fun? Facundo Giuliani 0:57 Cool. So Well, I started working as a developer when I was 18. While I was studying at college, because I finished high school on on a school that had a career that was like programming oriented, let's say so I, I learned how to program during the high school, I started to work with all programming languages that people don't know what they are about, like Visual Basic six, or those things that are like, I mean, I talk to people that this 20 years old, and they look at me, like what are you talking about? Right. Bryan Robinson 1:38 But luckily, I at least dabbled in those super early on. So I'm with you. That's fine. Facundo Giuliani 1:43 Okay, okay. So, um, yeah, I mean, I started working with Visual Basic seats. After that, while I was studying, I was also working as a developer, it was like, almost 1414 years, probably that I worked as a developer. And during the last couple of years, after working on on different companies on different positions, but all of them mainly related to the development, like, full stack back and, and etc. I started to, to be more involved with the community started to generate content to share starting to talk to other people and and meet other people. And I really enjoyed doing doing that. I did that during my free time. During these last couple of years, like after work, I started to generate content, engage with the community, like being involved in a Ambassadors Program in in different organizations and companies. And this opening a new door for me, because I started to learn about developer relations, developer advocacy, developer experience, some terms that probably I've read in the past, but I didn't know what they were about. And, and I started to get interested on that, like I, I mean, I felt like I was enjoying more the fact of generating content, or sharing content with the community, or communicating with the community, I really like to talk to other people. And I enjoy talking. And I felt like I was enjoying more doing that, instead of doing my daily job of developer, let's say, I mean, it's not that I don't like to, to develop, but I was enjoying more generating content, sharing content with the community engaging with other people. And well, I took like this, I made a decision, I started to read about developer relations and etc. I saw this opportunity on serverless, that they were looking for a developer relations engineer, I applied for the, for the job, and I was selected. I mean, I had a portfolio because in the past, I presented some talks, or events or conferences, I had some articles that I wrote before applying for the for the job, working with different technologies, and etc. So that was my, my presentation letter, let's say, and well, I had the chance to apply and to be and to be accepted for the position, let's say. And since June, I'm working as a developer relations engineer at serverless, my first developer relations position and experience, and I'm really enjoying it. So that's a little bit about me. Bryan Robinson 4:38 Sure, yeah. So So you're a developer relations engineer at storyblocks. So you're doing all that kind of content creation, education, talking with community there. Are you still doing that in your spare time? Are you actually able to like branch out and do other things now that you don't have to do that yet to your day job? Facundo Giuliani 4:56 Well, that's a good point. Because I mean, I did it Probably, I'm doing it but just a little bit like not so much. Because the cool part about being a developer relations engineer is that I found that that it was possible to do what I wanted to do or what I was enjoying, while doing it on my on working time, right, I mean, during the day, instead of using my free time to generate the content to do that, probably use my free time to set my mind free, right? That I mean, I'm not complaining, because I really enjoy doing that. And I enjoyed that at that moment when I was doing it after work. But I felt like it was it was cool to to enter to a company and start doing this during I mean, like, my, the tasks that I'm doing in my position are related to that. So I can use my free time on that on other things. So I enjoy doing that. But yeah, I'm trying to take the free time for other projects, probably not related to to developer relations or engaging with the community. I'm probably not even related to programming developer or technology Bryan Robinson 6:15 at all. What's your favorite thing to spend time on outside of development? Facundo Giuliani 6:19 Well, I really like I mean, I was I mean spending more time outside, I moved to a house, I was living in an apartment and I have a house with a backyard. So I'm trying to spend time there or I don't know walking around the neighborhood, I live in more than a situs Argentina, in the suburbs of the city, not in the city center. And the place where I live is like a calm neighborhood with a lot of trees and etc. So like when I, when I finished my, my, my day after working, I like to go and walk around the neighborhood and etc. but also talking with friends. So there are other projects like personal project related to, to their staff playing, playing sports with friends. I'm trying to do several activities, like to get out of my house. I mean, I enjoy being on my house with Mr. Gary Burger, and etc. But I also enjoy seeing other people spending time with other people. And these last couple of years were like We spent a lot of time inside our houses. So spending time like, I don't know, keep grabbing some fresh air and talking to other people is something that I enjoy doing. And I try to do as possible. Bryan Robinson 7:33 Awesome. I think there's something that we all do a little bit more of, especially in the past couple of years. Yeah. So. So moving on to talk about the Jamstack a little bit. You have a history in kind of full stack development, back end development, what was your entry point into the Jamstack, and static sites and that sort of thing. Cool. Facundo Giuliani 7:52 So Well, in my previous job, I mean, my last job before being a developer relations engineer, I was working mostly as a back end developer, I was working with Microsoft technologies like ASP, dotnet, dotnet, core and etc. But I, I mean, I felt like I was missing the the opportunity of learning about probably newer products or different products, let's say related to the front end. And when I started to read about the static site generators, the headless CMS is that I mean, for the products that we did in my previous job, I was not able to apply these technologies on them. So I was like, not super aware of all this new approach of creating study sites. And I started to read about the Jamstack different articles, watching different talks, or Devens, at conferences, and etc. And I started to learn about that and to learn about the approach. I really enjoyed that because at a certain point, as I said, I am I mean, I'm working as a developer for since I was 18. But before that, I was creating websites at home when I was even younger, with with products that again, they don't exist anymore, like Microsoft front page, or Macromedia Dreamweaver. And what you did in the past with Microsoft from page was like creating your own website. And when I was said, I mean, when I was a teenager, or probably even younger, I really enjoyed doing that. Because at that time, internet was not what it is now, right? I mean, at the beginning of this of the 2000 years, or the or the or the end of the 90s Probably, internet was like the super new things and being able to create your own web page was like, Man, this is NASA technology, right? So I tried to create like websites related to anything related to my friends related to us. Searching a football club or related to I don't know, my different interested interest is that I had in that moment. And and what I was doing at that moment were static sites. I mean, they had movement. They have awful MIDI sounds in the background, because that was so yeah, I mean, that was like any any site at that moment, that sound. So that is terrible, I think now about that. And he's like, Man, why do you need to listen to music while we're browsing? A web page was terrible. But well, it's what we did. Yes, exactly, exactly. So I enjoyed doing that. But the thing is that they had dynamism, let's say, or movement, or etc. But they were static. So while when, when I started to read about the new approach of having studied websites, I felt like, I mean, the Navy sidebar, but we are again, doing the same that what that what I did was when I was a young teenager, or probably pretty teenager, I don't know, how is it called the the concert when you are 12 years old, or 13 years old pro. But, I mean, I started to feel to feel like excited with this concept. And I started to read about different study site generators, like neck JS Gods B, I started to read about React, probably get more involved with React, and etc. And on the other hand, all the concepts that you have avoidable to generate the content at build time, ahead of the people visiting your website, I mean, the process of generating static assets, but not manually, right, not using Microsoft front page like we did at that time. So I mean, I felt that that was super fun. Because using new technologies, you were able to do something that probably reminded me to what I used to do when I started creating web pages. So I think that that was the first step that I took to to enter to the Jamstack work, let's say, Bryan Robinson 12:07 I like that concept of like, this is kind of how we did things in the late 90s. And now we do it. We have a similar output. But it's so much easier to like it just Yes, I'm not I'm not writing and copying and pasting 15 different HTML pages. I just, it generates for me, it's an amazing feeling to kind of see that come out. Yeah, exactly. Facundo Giuliani 12:28 I'm not only that, I mean, when you are using a study site generator, when you like, start a new project with the boilerplate that they offer you, you have a site up and running, and you run just like three comments in the console, or probably less. And that's all I mean, that's awesome. For me, the web development is evolving in, like, in all directions to make the work easier for the developers and to have the products up and running as fast as possible. And that's something that for me, it's awesome. Bryan Robinson 13:01 Yeah, and let's, let's try a whole bunch of stuff and like work closely with clients and with stakeholders and all that to, like, realize what they're looking for. And then we can make it better. Like we can do something simple and then add to it and add to it and add to it. I think that's a really powerful pattern that we get to have. Facundo Giuliani 13:18 Yes, yes, I agree. I mean, a lot of technologies appear during the last year, some being able to use these technologies, but also offering a great experience to the final users or the content editors. It's something pretty, pretty cool. I mean, I see that all the pieces are, like joining to offer a good experience, not only to the developers, but also to the people that is using your product on beseeching the websites that you create, right, Bryan Robinson 13:46 exactly. Yeah. Theoretically, if we can do things easier and simpler, we can pass on a whole bunch of really positive things to those end users. Facundo Giuliani 13:55 Yes, yes, I agree. Totally agree. So. Bryan Robinson 13:58 So you're at story block now. So how are you using? I mean, sorry, block is a headless CMS. So it's a very Jamstack company, how are you using Jamstack philosophies and kind of your day to day at story block. Facundo Giuliani 14:10 So what we were we tried to offer to the, to the customers to the users is that having a headless CMS is a way of generating faster websites, using cool technologies and cool frameworks, probably, but also offering a good experience not only to the end user, but also to the content editors, the Jamstack, we see that we have a lot of products available to create static sites, or offer great experiences and having like, sites up I mean, up and running that are working great. But the thing is what happens when we need to generate the content that is going to be exposed in our static sites, right? So story block has this real time visual editor, which I think it's probably the best feature that serverless is offering. Because there is this bridge that connects the the admin panel that Starbuck offers to generate the content with the front end of your application. And well, you can use it with environments that are already deployed, like your testing environment, or staging or production. But you can also connect that to your local host. And using like the preview mode of the different static site generators, you can also offer an experience to the content editors to see how the content is going to look like before it's deployed or published. So in that case, connecting the story blog application or the server admin panel to the front end of your application using the storybook bridge, you're offering the possibility of creating an experience very similar to a page builder, but not being tied to the styles or the components or their structure that the Page Builder probably feeds or probably sets for the developers that are going to use it. So you are able to create the front end and the code and the logic that you prefer for your application connecting to a headless CMS that is allowing the users to see that page and to like, create a unexperienced very similar to editing that page on the fly, and see how the content is going to look like. So I think that we are focused on on different technologies, frameworks, and tools, probably I will I work more with Node js, and react. And what we try to do is to get advantage of the static site generation process of these frameworks to generate static assets, but also work with a preview mode of these frameworks to connect to the headless CMS and offer the content editor the possibility of exactly creating the continent scene, the content that is going to be Publish when the build process run and generate the static Bryan Robinson 17:14 assets. Exactly. And that build process sometimes can be a minute or two. And so like if you're trying to iterate on content, and you're having to save, wait for the build, preview it and then preview it live, like snap previewing more, it's just a view that can really slow you down. Oh, no, I wrote one word too long. It's gonna break onto a line at the screen sizes. Like no, just use the Preview mode, use that visual editor to make sure it's exactly what you want it to be. It's kind of it's the best of both worlds kind of solution. Right? Facundo Giuliani 17:42 Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And not only that, I mean, talking about Nigeria, in particular, the framework offers cool features like incremental static regeneration, where you don't really need to generate the the run a build process for the complete site to generate probably only one page or two, apply the changes to only one page in your website, we can discuss about if using incremental study regeneration is really Jamstack or not, because you are breaking the atomic bill and etc. But you have the possibilities there, you can use it or not take it or leave it. Bryan Robinson 18:19 I actually like that that like thought process of I might not be Jamstack anymore. But it I mean, at the core, even though you lose the atomic deploy, you're still hosting the majority of it from the CDN, it's still much the majority of it's still pre built HTML, and you're updating pieces. It's a rehydration thing, which I I would say arguably, is still plenty within the idea of the Jamstack. I think it's it's a big umbrella. We can fit everyone underneath it, I think. Facundo Giuliani 18:46 Yeah, totally. I in fact, I think that, well, probably the concept of the Jamstack was originated by JavaScript API's and markup. But the thing is, I feel like the idea is always trying to generate the more static content that we can as possible at build time. And not, I mean, not having dynamic content to be generated whenever a user visits our website, right? Why are we Why will we generate content, that will be the same for probably all the users that will visit our web application or a lot of them, if we can do that ahead of time, and offering a better and faster experience to the user right there. Exactly. Bryan Robinson 19:27 And then just augmenting, augmenting is always the best way to go adding little bits of extras for for when you have the ability to do it. And it matters like what what, what pieces of content actually have to be dynamic. And let's make sure those are dynamic and keep everything else quick and secure, you know, as static as possible. Exactly. So we've talked about story block we've talked about next. Jas, we've talked a little bit about incremental static regeneration and whether or not that's Jamstack or not, what would you say is kind of your jam in the Jamstack? What's your fate? Have a product maybe story block or or framework or philosophy, what makes you love the Jamstack. So? Facundo Giuliani 20:06 Well before joining storybook, I was a user of a storybook, I've used terbuka and other headless CMS. So I mean, probably I'm biased on my feature now is like, but I really think that cerebral is a great product to generate content, probably. I mean, we as developers are used to work with things that are not super how to say that friendly for the users, or were used to work with code and etc. But having the possibility of giving the people that there is not super full into the technology, the possibility of creating the content and and exposing the content that they want to share. I think it's very, very cool. And having a visual editor to do that. I think he's pretty cool, too. So I think that sort of look is very, very good. I'm kind of like, I use NET Jas a lot. And I feel like when the the new versions that they released, I mean, version after version, I see that they create really cool things. So I will say that I really enjoy using Node js with with Node js 12. And all the announcement that they did was like, the possibilities that are appearing with these new features. And with these new products is really, really cool. I mean, enjoying, like the edge functions or the support for React 18 with the React server components, different features, like I think that are opening new doors or new windows for other possibilities to, again, what I think I mean, what I think it's important from the Jamstack, that is offering not only a good developer experience, which they are with the product, but also offering a great experience to the final user. So if I can offer a website that is working faster and better for the final user, I'm getting the advantages. So I will take it. Bryan Robinson 22:08 And the great thing on like next and again, like the the big surge of next Jas, in the past year and a half, two years. They're bringing so many new things to table. I mean, next next 12 is great. But we've talked about ISR, like that was pioneered in next and like all these different patterns that are coming out, are coming from the next open source team, the Vercel. Team, the community all around that. I think it's it's moving the ecosystem at a much faster pace than it did previously. I love to see that. Facundo Giuliani 22:40 Yeah, I agree. I totally agree. I mean, the the opportunities that are appearing, and yes, as you said, like an starting point, or a pioneer point of saying, hey, why don't we take a look at this possibility and discussing it and offering that to the developers. Bryan Robinson 23:00 I think it's also interesting, you know, we talked about ISR, maybe not being Jamstack. And I think the cool thing with next is the next doesn't care. Like they they look at it, and they say, Well, you can be completely Jamstack and just use, you know, static props and all that good stuff and render HTML and and send that down for the CDN. But you can use these other things, too. And whether or not that's Jamstack. It's still a nice website. And it's still like meeting all the user needs. So let's not even talk about it. Let's just have these features built in. Facundo Giuliani 23:30 Yeah, that's true. That's, I mean, I love the Jamstack. I like the approach. I enjoyed using it. Sometimes we have to think what's better for the users and for the developers, and probably not stick to too much to the theory like, Oh, I'm moving from the Jamstack. Like, what I was going to say millimeter but if the United State people is listening to me, they probably won't get what measure unit I'm using. But what I mean is that barely moving from the borders of the Jamstack, or the bounds of the Jamstack is not that bad. I mean, the final idea or the final goal is to offer a great experience not only to the final user, but also to the developer. So you have to think about that Bryan Robinson 24:15 make a good app or a good website with the best developer experience possible. Facundo Giuliani 24:20 Exactly. Bryan Robinson 24:21 All right. Well, let's let's do a kind of a hard pivot here and ask maybe the toughest question on the show, which is what's your actual jam right now? What what are you listening to what musician or album is really getting you going right now? Facundo Giuliani 24:33 I mean, I really enjoy listening to music. I'm listening to music all the time. Like, what I found out lately was that if I listen to music that they have like a singer and they are singing a lyric. I can't focus on the work that I'm doing. I don't know if that happened to me in the last time or not. I really don't understand because I really enjoy listening to music and I Listen, a lot of music of different genres, so of different types and etc. So while I was working or probably probably because with this developer relations engineer position, I need to focus more on writing, or I don't know speaking or generating content, I'm probably not doing some automatic thing, things, let's say, I need to focus more on the work and not not too much on the on the lyrics that I'm listening to. So what I what I was listening this last time was probably more like Lo Fi setlist in the background, I live Lo Fi music, and I enjoy listening to that while I'm working. But I also was listening to the meters, which is a band from I don't know, if they are from New Orleans, I really don't remember. But they did in the in the 70s. Music like it was it is funk music, but without singing, or at least, not all of the of the songs have had lyrics. I mean, the most of them are music only. And I enjoy that because they have this groove and this kind of music that I really like. And with the headphones with the, with the boost of the bass there is like it's a good experience while working. So I'm really enjoying that. Bryan Robinson 26:22 Awesome. Yeah, I totally like Lo Fi is definitely something that I usually have on in the background while I'm doing some writing or working through a hard code problem. So I get that. And I hadn't heard the beaters, which is surprising. So I'm going to check them out. And I could I could use some fun in my ears as well. Yeah, sure, sure. All right. So anything that you're doing that you would like to promote out to the Jamstack community as a whole, Unknown Speaker 26:45 no, I encourage the people to if they didn't try the Jamstack to take this step and to see I mean, probably it's a good experience. And it's very fun. I enjoy doing that. So I recommend that. But if if any person wants to talk about the Jamstack, front end development or anything, they will find me on Twitter, I'm while I'm FacundoGiuliani, my my Twitter handle is @facundozurdo. With so you can talk to me and we can discuss about the topic that you prefer. I am constantly like presenting talks at events or conferences. Well, I mean, all of them virtual now but but I will I have the hope that I will be in person in in in person, probably local meetup or conference soon. So we can probably meet in person in any country, some with with the people. But yeah, I mean, if you go to Twitter, and you talk to me, you will see I have my personal website where I announced the the events where I will be part of and I will be speaking Bryan Robinson 27:53 amazing. All right, cool. Well, thank you so much for being on the show with us today. I hope you keep doing amazing things at storyblocks and beyond. Facundo Giuliani 27:59 Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you for the invitation again. Bryan Robinson 28:03 We'll see you around. Thanks again to our guest and thanks to everyone out there listening to each new episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, be sure to leave a review, rating, Star heart favorite, whatever it is, and your podcast app of choice. Until next time, keep doing amazing things on the web. And remember, keep things jammy Transcribed by https://otter.ai Intro/outtro music by bensound.com Support That's my JAMstack by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/thats-my-jamstack

20 Minute Leaders
Ep822: Dror Glass | Co-Founder, Israel Secondary Fund

20 Minute Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 23:25


Co-founded Israel Secondary Fund (“ISF”), Investing in the Israeli secondary market since 2001 with 25 years of investment experience. Previously Managing Director at Nexus Global Partners, a global management consulting firm. Former Managing Director, Orama Investments, member of the IDB group, Senior Investment Manager Israel Corportaion and the Executive Director, the Wharton – Recanati Program at the Tel Aviv University. Served on the boards of various private and public companies, both in Israel and abroad. Registered C.P.A.(Isr) and holds a B.A. in Accounting and Finance and an M.B.A. in International Business and Finance from the University of Southern California (Dean's List).

CruxCasts
Laramide Resources (LAM) - Technical Analysis and Due Diligence

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 55:29


Laramide Resources Ltd. is a Canada-based company with diversified uranium assets strategically positioned in the United States and Australia. The Company's projects include Churchrock and ISR project, La Sal and La Jara Mesa project, Westmoreland project, and Murphy project. The Churchrock project is located on the western end of the grants mineral Belt in the main portion of the historic Churchrock Mining District, approximately 10 miles north-northeast of Gallup, New Mexico. The La Sal project is a conventional hard-rock asset in Utah, United States. The La Jara Mesa project is a sandstone-hosted roll front style deposit in New Mexico. The Westmoreland project is located in a mining province with favorable infrastructure and logistical support and can be accessed both from the city of Mt Isa (350 kilometers (km)) which has an airport and from Karumba (260 km), which has a port facility. The Murphy Uranium project consists of 683.5 square kilometers of granted exploration tenure.

CruxCasts
Energy Fuels (UUUU) - Uranium Contracts Signed & Producing Rare Earths

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 25:05


Energy Fuels Inc. is engaged in conventional and in situ recovery (ISR) uranium extraction and recovery, along with the exploration, permitting, and evaluation of uranium properties in the United States. The Company also extracts and recovers vanadium from certain of its uranium projects. It conducts its ISR activities through its Nichols Ranch Project in northeast Wyoming and Alta Mesa Project in south Texas. The Nichols Ranch Project includes a licensed and operating ISR processing facility (the Nichols Ranch Plant); licensed and operating ISR wellfields (the Nichols Ranch Wellfields); additional licensed ISR wellfields planned for future production (the Jane Dough Property), and; a licensed satellite ISR uranium project (the Hank Project). The Alta Mesa Project is a fully licensed, permitted, and constructed ISR processing facility that has an operating capacity of approximately 1.5 million pounds of uranium per year and comprises a total of about 195,501 contiguous acres of land.

Mama, You're Doing Great!

What is ISR? Should I put my child in ISR or traditional swim lessons? Whichever way you go, there is no wrong way. Shauna is a full-time ISR instructor, and in this episode, she educates us on the importance of water safety & tells us the story of how ISR saved her daughter's life. Drowning is the #1 cause of death in babies ages 1-4. As parents, we all want to do the best we can, to make sure our kids are safe at all times. Listen to this episode & get all the information about water safety. It will definitely leave you thinking about what are the best steps to take to keep your babies safe around the water.SHOWNOTES: www.infantswim.com | www.southtexasisr.com | @south_texas_isrFollow me on Instagram@kendahlyanez & @mamayouredoinggreatpodcastWant to get connected with other mamas like you?Join the CommunitySponsors: Plunder Posse | VIP Group | Divine Image Boutique- For 10% off use the code: MAMA10

Security Clearance Careers Podcast
Connecting with the Chief, ISR & Cyber Transformation at the Pentagon

Security Clearance Careers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 18:24


The Chief, ISR & Cyber Transformation with the United States Air Force at the Pentagon, Jason Kulchar, joins us to talk about a new platform they piloted. The cyber ISR mission area is fairly new to the intelligence community, first coming about in the early 2000s. So it's not a new intelligence discipline – there's no new CYBINT, but instead we have Cyber ISR, an all-source intelligence that encompasses and fuses traditional intelligence disciplines through the cyberspace domain. No matter the intelligence role you may be working in, mentorship is key if you're just entering the field or looking to revamp your career. Col. Kulchar is leading the Air Force Intelligence efforts for mentorship, diversity, and industry engagement. This past year, Col. Kulchar and his team launched a beta test for a new mentorship platform that matches intelligence professionals across the Air Force with personalized mentors for career guidance. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

College Recruiting Mindset Podcast
ISR #42 - Linebacker from Indiana University - Myles Jackson - Insights College Recruiting

College Recruiting Mindset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 40:28


Today's guest is Myles Jackson... Jackson is a 6-foot-2, 248-pound linebacker at Indiana University. Jackson was the No. 11 recruit out of the 19 true freshmen in UCLA's 2020 recruiting class.Jackson partnered up with ISR. iSportsRecruiting is the #1 App for the upcoming Student-Athletes. ISR App provides tools that will improve High School Athletes' possibilities of playing at the next level. Sign up just for $24.99 /M you will get everything you need and more.Jackson is now an iSportsRecruiting Ambassador who understands how tough recruiting can be, this is the main reason he wants to encourage and support the upcoming HS student-athletes.Sign up and start your recruiting now https://www.isportsrecruiting.com/register/MJ18

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
Why Aren't We Hearing for More Diplomacy to End War in Ukraine?

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 46:54


This week, President Joe Biden is visiting European nations — including Poland — as the war in Ukraine rages on. This follows on the heels of Biden pledging to send $800 million worth of weapons to Ukraine, on top of an additional $13.8 billion approved by Congress. This week on Intercepted: associate editor Maia Hibbett discusses the details behind the U.S. support for Ukraine with investigative reporter Ken Klippenstein and associate reporter Sara Sirota. As Klippenstein and Sirota explain, the U.S. has been sending ISR — or intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance — assistance to Ukraine, without being fully involved in the conflict. The aid, however, could be seen as an escalation to the conflict, despite major news organizations and think tanks pushing for an even more aggressive stance. Klippenstein and Sirota explain that the way out of the conflict is to assist in diplomacy between Ukraine and Russia — not add fuel to the fire. join.theintercept.com/donate/now See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.