Do you know what it takes to build true wealth? Many people equate wealth with having lots of money. But what does wealth really mean to you? And how do you go about creating wealth? If you are serious about having true wealth, get ready to discover these three key things Sharran learned from his Wall Street days combined with his experience coaching CEOs, building companies, and closing multiple deals. Imagine downloading gems of wisdom from Sharran's 20-year experience distilled into this podcast. If you are interested in having Sharran as your personal “Deal Whisperer,” just https://www.instagram.com/sharransrivatsaa/ (DM him on Instagram), and he and his team will take care of you. “Layers of mastery is what gets you true wealth.” - Sharran Srivatsaa Timestamps: 00:00 A no-fluff episode about the three key things you need to create true wealth 00:50 What makes Sharran qualified to teach about wealth creation 03:14 What makes entrepreneurs different from athletes, and why you should care 04:09 Understanding the theme (is it expanding or emerging?) 05:46 How to use the timeline expander test 06:44 What does it mean to have conviction through competence? 08:57 How does singularity of focus and risk concentration come into play? 11:01 Why you need a “Deal Whisperer” like Sharran in your corner 11:31 How you can experience exponential growth 12:41 Once you answer this question, powerful things can happen Resources: - https://sharran.com/4weekmba/ (Grab Sharran's 4-Week MBA for Free) Connect with Sharran: - https://www.sharran.com/ (Website) - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharran/ (LinkedIn) - https://www.facebook.com/likesharran (Facebook) - https://www.instagram.com/sharransrivatsaa/ (Instagram)
Afinal o que é um report? Vamos entender o que é e como foi o trabalho da MEIUCA ao construir este documento que nos traz um conhecimento sobre a muturidade do design system no mercado brasileiro. Participantes: Luiz Lima, Designer, host e Instrutor na Alura Will Angélico, Front-end Developer Sênior na Meiuca Katy Miranda, Pesquisadora … Continue lendo "Report Meiuca – Layers ponto tech #56"
How can you keep your training up when the temperatures go down? On today's episode, our northernmost coaches Matt Bach and B.J. Leeper provide cold weather training tips. How will the cold impact your ability to train? What should you wear? What happens to you biologically when training in frigid temperatures? Should your hydration strategy change in the winter time? Matt and B.J. answer all of this and more! Listen in to learn how to safely and successfully navigate colder conditions. Interested in TriDot's PreSeason Project? Visit TriDot.com/psp to learn more and submit your application.
On this week's episode, Todd and Julie answer your questions about cheating in-laws, the decline of the dollar, and some terrible bullying by adults and children alike. Plus two follow-ups on strange family politics! Episode original aired: 11/28/2018 Please support the show by checking out our sponsors! TrueBill:Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/CC Boll & Branch: Get 25% off from November 23rd through December 2nd with their best offer of the year at bollandbranch.com Skylight Frame: Now, as a special offer, you can get $10 off your purchase of a Skylight Frame when you go SkylightFrame.com and enter code Confessions Indeed: Get started RIGHT NOW with a $75 SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/cc
In this episode of Cyber Safety, Scott Schober, CEO of Berkeley Varitronics, chats with host Zack Hack about layers in cybersecurity and why they're important. To learn more about ransomware and more about cybersecurity, visit us at https://cybersecurityventures.com
Welcome to November 25, 2021 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate a perfect dessert and a meal that brings us together. Parfait literally means “perfect” in French. The dessert has a lot to live up to with a name like that. But it does. And then some. Layers of ice cream, fruit, syrups, and whipped cream? It sounds like a fancy version of a sundae, but really…What's not to like? It's dessert heaven. To paraphrase Donkey from Shrek: Nobody has ever been asked if they want some parfait and said “Heck no, I don't like parfait.” Parfait's may be the most delicious thing on the whole planet! But seriously, grab yourself a glass and start layering the toppings. It's just good enough that you may wanna start every day by celebrating National Parfait Day. Sarah Hale is not someone most of us know by name, but she contributed two significant things to American culture. First, she was the author of the classic nursery rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb. Second, and more importantly, she played a key role in our celebration of Thanksgiving. In 1862, she wrote to President Lincoln, asking him to make Thanksgiving a national holiday. Though he didn't respond for another year, in the midst of the Civil War, Lincoln fulfilled her request. He declared the holiday, asking Americans to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November as a Day of Thanksgiving and Prayer. Today we carry on that tradition in many different ways but Thanksgiving Day is still an opportunity to bring family and friends together in the spirit of gratitude. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Vamos conhecer um pouco da profissão de cenarista, que dentro do processo audiovisual trabalha com a parte que não se mexe em uma animação; tudo que não é personagem nem objeto (prop). As particularidades da produção de cenários, como é a conversa dentro da esteira de produção, a conversa entre os artistas e outras questões … Continue lendo "Profissão Cenarista – Layers ponto tech #55"
This week on Social in Six, we're talking about Facebook Groups' new commerce features, YouTube's plans for shoppable live streams, and Workplace's integration with Microsoft Teams. We also cover two new features from Snapchat, Layers in Snap Map and a new food scanner, as well as Instagram's change to Carousel posts. Finally we reveal the ad targeting groups now banned by Facebook and Instagram. Got a question or a suggestion for the Social Minds podcast? Get in touch at email@example.com.
Continuing our studies of the niyamas (guidelines for internal work) we really start to dig deep into what it means to reflect on ourselves and our connection to the world and to the universe. The fourth niyama is svadhyaya - self-study - and it's here that the work can start to get really interesting and, at times, really intense. What would it mean to take a deep, honest look at who you are? At your thoughts, at your stories, at what might be holding you back from where you want to be? We'll talk about cultivating the witness and learning to more objectively look at our emotions and responses in life. Remember, you are worth the effort it takes to follow the unique path toward your highest self! Side note: in the episode, I mention a book I'm reading and I call it "Who Am I?" There is a book by that name that is really interesting, but it's not the book I'm talking about. The book I'm referencing is called "The Yoga of Self-Inquiry: the Essence of Ramana Maharshi's Non-Dual Advaita Meditation for Enlightenment." Each week, we'll continue to learn tools and ideas that we can use to move closer to our highest selves! You can connect with me on Facebook and Instagram, and if this show is helping you in your life, consider joining the Patreon page for bonus content (meditations, videos, etc.) and to support the mission of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sarah4544/message
#Bitcoin #Altcoins #NFTs TIMESTAMPS 00:00 Welcome to the Livestream 03:44 Biden signs Infrastructure Bill into Law 16:34 Other Headlines this week 17:34 Israel adopting AML crypto regulations 17:57 China issues Bitcoin warning 18:18 Texas power grid affected by Bitcoin miners 20:55 Injective Protocol launching Main Net 21:13 Coinbase adds three new Coins 25:50 Crypto Decrypted: Navigating Blockchain's Layers 48:46 Blockchain Bets 59:10 Crypto News this week *Disclaimer. Richard Carthon is the Founder of Crypto Current. All opinions expressed by members of the Crypto Current Team, Richard or his guest on this podcast are solely their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of Crypto Current. You should not treat any opinion expressed by Richard as a specific inducement to make a particular investment or follow a particular strategy but only as an expression of his opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes only. ~ Put your Bitcoin and Ethereum to work. Earn up to 12% interest back withhttps://get.tantralabs.io/earn/?utm_source=cryptocurrent&utm_medium=display&utm_campaign=advertising-display-cryptocurrent&utm_content=lp ( Tantra Labs) ~ New to crypto? Check out ourhttps://bit.ly/394YKFw ( Crypto for Beginners) Step-by-Step Guide to Crypto Investing ~ Follow us on https://bit.ly/3CPwepn (Youtube),http://bit.ly/2TRIArp ( Twitter), http://bit.ly/38yfrqo (Instagram),http://bit.ly/39DhpHi ( Facebook),http://bit.ly/38wsXL5 ( LinkedIn), & https://bit.ly/3yQ30Es (Tik Tok) ~ Want to make ~$25+ a month for FREE? Sign up to get a FREEhttps://www.emrit.io/?referral=cryptocurrent ( emrit.io Coolspot) today! ~ Want to learn more about cryptocurrency? Check out ourhttps://bit.ly/2CbaYzw ( educational videos) today! ~ https://bit.ly/2TF3Gtb (Swan) is the easiest and most affordable way to accumulate Bitcoin with automatic recurring purchases. Start your plan today and get $10 of free Bitcoin dropped into your account. ~ Want access to cool crypto/blockchain projects that you can use immediately? Check out ourhttps://bit.ly/3eZ8J1E ( partnerships page)! ~ Looking to attend a cryptocurrency or blockchain event? Check out ourhttps://bit.ly/2ZVCV8f ( events page)! ~ Tune in onhttps://bit.ly/2CN9bl1 ( Crypto Current TV) throughout the week for a 24/7 crypto stream on the latest action on crypto markets, news, and interviews with the industry's top experts! ~ Enjoying our podcast? Please leave us a 5 star reviewhttp://bit.ly/2Is3iJ9 ( here!) ~ Stay up to date with the latest news in cryptocurrency by opting-in to ourhttp://bit.ly/2xmkKfQ ( newsletter)! You will receive daily emails (M-S) that are personalized and curated content specific to you and your interests, powered by artificial intelligence. ~ We were featured as one of thehttp://bit.ly/2vRAGGl ( Top 25 Cryptocurrency Podcasts) and one of thehttp://bit.ly/33cnus9 ( 16 Best Cryptocurrency Podcasts in 2020). ~ Are you an accredited investor looking to invest in cryptocurrency? Check outhttp://bit.ly/2IrKABr ( Crescent City Capita)l. ~ Earn Interest. Receive Loans. Trade Crypto. Start Today! Learn more about how you canhttps://bit.ly/38Ezc3s ( sign up for Blockfi ) ~ Want to be on our show or know someone who should?http://bit.ly/38ufSC8 ( Contact us) today! ~ We hope you are enjoying our cryptocurrency and blockchain educational content! We greatly appreciate donations, which all go directly towards creating even better educational content. Thank you for your generosity! Buy us a coffeehttp://bit.ly/2VReXsS ( here) :)
Christopher Pease wanted to create his own visual language, one that spoke to European art tradition and the hidden iconography of his Nyoongar ancestors. Plus, the horses that inspire Michael Zavros. And what happens when a painter loses half her hand? After a bad accident, Kaye Strange adapted.
In this episode of the 7 Layers podcast, Curtis Simpson, CISO for Armis, discusses the ever-changing landscape of cybersecurity and how Armis is best suited for protecting its clients at any level. Full Transcript Here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Knock knock! The Malazans are here! Josh doesn't feel well, India forgets her favorite character's name, Pete is enjoying not answering questions, and AJ loved all of these chapters a lot. --- Chapters covered - 10, 11, 12 --- Back the show on Patreon - patreon.com/tenverybigbooks Follow the show on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tenverybigbooks Thoughts about the show? Email us - tenverybigbooks at gmail.com Join our community Discord - http://bit.ly/VBBDiscord --- Thank you to Dan Geserick for the logo! Follow him on Twitter - https://twitter.com/a_w_dang Thank you to _amaranthine for our show music! Check them out on bandcamp - https://amaranthine.bandcamp.com/album/simulant-rain --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tenverybigbooks/message
You become your influences so remove the dream stealers and evade the hope takers. Immediately. [Please].In these interesting times we inhabit, each of us bears the responsibility to do all we can to protect our strength and hope, right?I know this sentiment is unorthodox in a culture that encourages us to blame all outside of us for the way we think, feel and operate.It's ever so easy to blame the pandemic and blame the economy and blame adversity for any challenges we face versus remembering that human beings have the power to rise above anything life decides to send us. Your life looks a lot like the people you hang with. Choose well. Your greatness depends on it. If you want to encode Robin Sharma's finest methods and strategies [well beyond what he shares in his #1 bestseller The Everyday Hero Manifesto] to escalate your positivity, accelerate your productivity and magnify your impact on the world......with him as your personal mentor for the next 12 months...Claim one of the limited memberships to Robin Sharma's premium digital course, The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method here.The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method offers a step-by-step system to multiply your success in your professional and personal life, with him as your personal mentor for one year.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
There is a lot going on in the world right now. Whether it is understanding the benefit of Cloud services or navigating this new season in the world of hiring and retaining talent, leadership is taking a long hard look at how they operate. One thing leaders need to be looking at is how they can cut through the multiple layers of management and connect directly with employees. With every layer of management you add, communication gets diluted. It becomes a grown-up version of the game of telephone. By the time concerns get to the correct individuals, the message is corrupted from the original intent. As leaders, we need to prioritize connecting directly to those at the source of a situation. When you hire the right people and provide the needed quality training, you don't need as many managerial layers. By respecting, including, and involving those on the front lines, you create a culture that empowers employees to do the right thing. Hire the right people, and you won't need backup levels of micromanagers. When you focus on the purpose and not the power, you can foster a culture of clear communication. Remember what you are here for – taking care of your customers and your employees. Seek to resolve issues quickly and correctly, and you can do more with a smaller yet stronger staff. If you are planning a trip or looking to attend a conference, now is the time to rely on highly trained vacation planners. Reach out to Magical Vacation Planners at 407-442-2694 for a top-notch vacation experience. Resources Carol Quinn
Thank you for checking out this episode of Raised on the Radio from The CEP Network. If you like what you hear, do us a favor and hit that subscribe button on YouTube and wherever you get your podcasts and give us that 5 star rating.Go to www.truenutrition.com, look at all their great products, place your order, and when you go to make your payment, type in "CEPN" in the promo code box for 5% off of your entire order. Its that easy!We here at The CEP Network are always looking for sponsorship and collaboration opportunities. If you or anyone you know has a business they are looking to promote and want a shoutout during one of the shows, reach out and lets see what we can do. Go to https://www.byjack.com/collections/the-cerebral-entertainment-podcast and take a look at the tee's, hoodies, mugs, and koozies for Raised on the Radio and the rest of The CEP NetworkIn this episode, we talk about the Covid vaccine mandate and Aaron Rodgers' take on it, we talk about the AstroWorld Festival in Texas where several people died during a crowd surge, UFC 268 from last night, and much much more.You can reach us on the Raised on the Radio's Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter pages and at www.thecepodcast.comLast week Patrick released a new song with his project Rocky Rocky called "After All" and I think you are really going to dig it. So, we are going to play it here on Raised on the Radio and it will lead you into the episode. Enjoy!
This week, we're joined by Malachy Friedman! Malachy is a second-degree black belt under Ricardo Liborio and the founder of Black Label Martial Arts. Malachy shares his strategy and philosophy for guard passing.Follow Malachy on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/malachyfriedman/Visit Malachy's website:https://www.malachyfriedman.com/Mental models discussed in this episode:Economy of Motionhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/economy-of-motion/Path of Least Resistancehttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/path-of-least-resistance/Layers of Guardhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/layers-of-guard/Phases of Passinghttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/phases-of-passing/Concepts Over Techniqueshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/concepts-over-techniques/Predictable Responseshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/predictable-responses/Myopiahttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/myopia/Placeholdershttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/placeholders/Technique Chaininghttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/technique-chaining/Cognitive Loadhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/cognitive-load/Train With Purposehttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/train-with-purpose/Don't forget to check out BJJ Mental Models Premium!If you love the podcast, you'll definitely love our premium membership offerings. The podcast is truly just the tip of the iceberg – the next steps on your journey are joining our community, downloading our strategy courseware, and working with us to optimize your game. We do all this through memberships that come in at a fraction of the cost of a single private.Sign up here for a free trial:https://premium.bjjmentalmodels.com/Need more BJJ Mental Models?Get tips, tricks, and breakthrough insights from our newsletter:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/newsletter/Get nitty-gritty details on our mental models from the full database:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/database/Let them know you're an educated grappler with our merch:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/store/Follow us on social:https://facebook.com/bjjmentalmodels/https://instagram.com/bjjmentalmodels/Music by Enterprize:https://enterprize.bandcamp.com/
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Security Onion is a free and open platform for threat hunting, enterprise security monitoring, and log management. We've got a new container-based platform that is more flexible, more powerful, and more scalable than ever before. Join us to see how you can peel back the layers of your enterprise and make your adversaries cry! Segment Resources: https://securityonion.net https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/securityonion https://securityonion.net/discuss Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw717
Visit us at shapedbydog.com Have you ever wondered how to end a dog training session so that your dog knows it's over? We're looking at the rhythm of training and how a session's beginning, middle, and end can bring your dog success. Having a clear finish to training time will help you avoid giving your dog a time out and help your dog understand what's “dog time” and what is not. In the episode you'll hear: • How training always starts with a plan. • Why a session begins with engagement. • The structure of a training session and what to include. • About keeping flow in your training time. • Why I practice without my dog for new skills. • How long a training session should be for your dog. • About listening to your dog's feedback. • How to end a session and the rhythm that helps your dog. • Why we don't want our dogs initiating the training. • The reason to change locations, even in a small space. • About the importance of what happens outside of training. Resources: • Learn How To Play ItsYerChoice (IYC) - https://recallers.com/iycsummit-join/ • PDF Download: Stages of Learning Progressions Chart - https://dogsthat.com/susan-garretts-stages-of-learning-progressions-chart/ • Podcast Episode 35: Pro Dog Training Tip To Improve Your Dog's Focus - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/35/ • Podcast Episode 109: Project Calm Dog: Prevent Over Enthusiastic Greetings - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/109/ • Podcast Episode 44: Using Coincidences and Positive Associations in Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/44/ • Podcast Episode 57: Why Balance Breaks Fast Track Your Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/57/ • Podcast Episode 97: Overwhelm in Dog Training: How to Take Action on Challenges - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/97/ • Podcast Episode 83: The Dog Training You Do When You're Not Dog Training - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/83/ • Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/0g5kwixofEE
This week, we kick off the show with an interview featuring Doug Burks, CEO of Security Onion Solutions, who joins to discuss Peel Back the Layers of Your Enterprise with Security Onion 2! Then, I'm going to continue guiding you through Scanning For Default Creds With Python!! In the Security News: LOLbins that make you LOL, over exposing your medical records, Shrootless gets past SIP, 73.6% of statistics are made up and other such lies, we love Signal, if an 0day drops on the Internet how many people have it?, fake Harvard students, uses for an Apple cleaning cloth, Bidi override characters, who owns my house?, who owns your printer?, and the return of Clippy! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw717 Segment Resources: https://securityonion.net https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/securityonion https://securityonion.net/discuss Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Visit https://securityweekly.com/acm to sign up for a demo or buy our AI Hunter! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly
Competing in Jiu-Jitsu is HARD! Learn about the 5 most important parts of jiu-jitsu competition and how you can be better prepared than anyone else in your division! Receive a FREE copy of Simplifying Jiu-Jitsu: https://www.simplifyingjiujitsu.com/opt-in Follow the show on instagram: @isuckatjiujitsushow Follow Josh on Instagram: @thejoshmckinney
Slovakia only became an independent state in 1993, so it is less than 30 years old. In this interview, Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and I discuss borders and how strange it is that history draws lines on a map that don't necessarily represent the people who live within them. These layers of invasion and empire can […] The post Layers Of Invasion And Empire. Slovakia With Sarah Hinlicky Wilson appeared first on Books And Travel.
The No Nonsense Show Episode #697 We have reached a new era of Nonsense. The three legged stool is now official. We wish Smooth the best, but if you are a Smoothie (you probably aren't), your crew is no more. Maybe Smooth will start another show and if that day happens, we will certainly link you to the new location. But in the meantime, let's keep this show rolling. We had a Halloween party at the Honest house over the weekend and we came close to the top of the mountain 41,43, and 21 parties. Mack brought up the Super Bowl party. I had forgotten that. Needless to say if you are ever in the Atlanta area on a weekend when we have a party, you have to drop by. Jamie Mack wants to know if it is okay to ogle someone's girl? At the party his eyes were locked on several of the sexy outfits that strutted around. He wasn't sure if it is okay to do this even if the subject of the ogling is with her man. If your girl comes out of the house looking like a $@##, I think she is up for ogling. Nonetheless, ogling will happen. But are there rules to it? Is open ogling okay? Or should one still remain tactful? By the way, what man doesn't enjoy a nice sundress? I know that is a random thought. The only thing better than a sundress, is a bra-less and panty-less sundress. My, my! Facebook makes a change, but I am not quite sure what the new version is supposed to be. French is supposed to explain it, but does a horrible job. Is that because the idea is bad? Do we want an escape so much that we are willing to really put on glasses that can be seemingly permanent? I'm good with my boring life. Is sex just a big act? It is no secret that many women will fake orgasms. Some will fake to make the man reach when he is slow-poking it. Some will fake when the D is no good. Some just fake because they think they are supposed to. But aren't they supposed to? Ogles Have Layers #TNNS697 Support the show by paying your laugh tax or becoming a premium subscriber HERE Get Show merch here: MERCH Follow us at: Twitter Instagram Facebook
In this episode of the 7 Layers podcast, host Connor Craven goes into detail about what data processing units are, how they work, their use cases, and the DPU benefits and challenges. Full Transcript Here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Подкаст 248: супер сверх новинка CSS — @layers (слои), еще больше вариантов кастомизации. Еще новости: у Let's encrypt истек корневой сертификат, у Facebook случился сбой, Наталья Касперская советует не сдавать биометрические данные. И многое другое. ПАГНААААЛЕЕ!!!11 Прешоу к этому выпуску: Прешоу #248. Спасибо всем за поддержку! Пробуйте супер хостинг SmartApe. Теперь и с NVMe SSD!↓ Темы подкаста Срок действия корневого сертификата Let's Encrypt истек. Миллионы устройств останутся без интернета. Произошёл глобальный сбой в работе Facebook. В Telegram добавилось 70 миллионов новых пользователей из-за сбоя Facebook. «Их украдут, продадут, сольют»: Наталья Касперская посоветовала не сдавать биометрические данные. SmartApe — лучший российский хостинг по ссылке. Будущее CSS: каскадные слои @layers. 19 этикеток вина, которые намного больше, чем просто этикетка. Поддержи uwebdesign на Patreon. Про мошенничество и шантаж через отзывы на маркетплейсах. Джонни Айв: чего ему больше всего не хватает после смерти Стива Джобса. Учёные из Франции объяснили феномен «байкальского дзена», когда камни оказываются на тонкой подставке изо льда. Обойка. Спасибо всем за внимание, дай вам Бог на эти коротенькие семь дней!
RICH AFThis week, Shades and Layers is all about being Ghetto Fabulous with one of my favorite South African illustrators, Rendani Nemakavhani, better known as PRSDNT Honey! To say that I love her work would be an understatement. It's not only the images that she creates that I find striking, but the way in which they are presented. And, also, her why not spirit is infectious. She approaches life and work with curiosity and she's truly not afraid to try new forms of expression for her work. In her latest work, she ventures into the world of fashion and if you are lucky enough to live in Johannesburg, you can now buy some of her illustrations printed on stretch satin to wear, frame or do whatever with. Our conversation centers around the accessibility of art, affordability when there are bread and butter issues, making art that is a conversation starter, the kinds of conversations she wants to be having about her own work and how black people are introduced to art. We also discuss what I believe is our common areas of interest: women and blackness, being an outsider and relationships with the women in our lives. She talks extensively, deeply and fondly about her relationship with her late grandmother.MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEGerard Sekoto - South African artist an musicianSouth African Protest Art - Posters created (mostly) anonymously under apartheid to protest the repressive regime that ruled between 1948 and the early 1990s.
ALL THE WAY FROM SPAIN!!! Black Women Living Abroad Series #blackwomenlivingabroad Ashlee Braxton began her passion for coaching after spending 10 years working in various industries. She started her journey in the music industry evolving into talent and tour managing. After moving to Paris, she transitioned into a communications role in education and leading company culture with supporting leadership in the fintech and blockchain sector. After 5 years in Paris, she now pursues entrepreneurship in Barcelona with her own coaching company, Quantum Leap Coaching, catering to company and career coaching. She is the host of her own podcast: The Happy Choice, and mentor. She is dedicated to helping humans find their complete personal happiness. www.ashleebraxton.com Peeling Back the Layers of Your Life® Podcast Creator, Host, and Producer: Loronda C. Giddens www.lorondacgiddens.com
Episode #216 of BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast. This week on the show, Bryan and Frank from RPGera are back with another volume of Radio Hour, and this one is solely focused on Halloween! We also have a special listener spotlight in the episode, highlighting the remixes and original work of Aaron Grubb. Links for him can be found below! Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org with requests for upcoming episodes, questions, feedback, comments, concerns, whatever you want really! EPISODE PLAYLIST AND CREDITS Horror Land from Mario Party Superstars [Masayoshi Ishi, Toshiki Aida, & Satoshi Okubo, 2021] Main Theme from Layers of Fear 2 [Arkadiusz Reikowski, 2019] Boss from Sonic CD [Spencer Nilsen, David Young, & Mark 'Sterling' Crew, 1993] Lair of the Smooch Spiders from Yoshi's Woolly World [Tomoya Tomita, Misaki Asada, & Kazumi Totaka, 2015] Grim Grinning Ghosts from Disney's The Haunted Mansion [Michael Caisley, Tim Schlie, & Tim Stasica, 2003] Lost Cemetery from Death's Door [David Fenn, 2021] Boo's Mansion Theme from Paper Mario [Yuka Tsujiyoko, 2001] Dark Bloo Inn -Ghost Toads- from Mario Party: Color Splash [Takeru Kanazaki, Shigemitsu Goto, & Fumihiro Isobe, 2016] Sunset Prairie -Oleander- from Them's Fightin' Herds [Stuart Ferguson & Kare "Whitetail" Wade, 2020] Ghost of Rattman from Portal 2 [Mike Morasky, 2011] Listener Remix/Composer Spotlight: Aaron Grubb Lakebed Temple from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess [Toru Minegishi & Asuka Ohta, 2006] A Dance With Darkness from Destiny 2 [Michael Salvatori & Skye Lewin, 2020] Owl Forest from Tales of Arise [Motoi Sakuraba, 2021] Mad Monster Mansion -New Remix- from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate [Michiko Naruke, 2019] SUPPORT US Patreon: https://patreon.com/rpgera CONTACT US Website: https://rpgera.com Discord: https://discord.gg/cC73Heu Twitch: https://twitch.tv/leveldowngames Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginalLDG Instagram: https://instagram.com/bryan.ldg/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/leveldowngaming FOR MORE ON AARON GRUBB Website: https://aarongrubb.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3gCIO3D76aCTdYetoYgS5A Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/415cFaXUlh8X7EtO57cBel Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/aarongrubb Twitter: https://twitter.com/aaronmgrubb --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bgmania/message
Josh brings us in as the book gets going. To be honest I am very tired and forgot what happened in this episode. I hope it's very good and you like it --- Chapters covered - 7, 8, 9 --- Back the show on Patreon - patreon.com/tenverybigbooks Follow the show on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tenverybigbooks Thoughts about the show? Email us - tenverybigbooks at gmail.com Join our community Discord - http://bit.ly/VBBDiscord --- Thank you to Dan Geserick for the logo! Follow him on Twitter - https://twitter.com/a_w_dang Thank you to _amaranthine for our show music! Check them out on bandcamp - https://amaranthine.bandcamp.com/album/simulant-rain --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tenverybigbooks/message
In this episode we discuss the different layers, or distances, to engage targets, both in the defensive and offensive posture. Defining the differences between offensive and defensive, as well as other tools that can be deployed to give us the best chance of success.
Three Google Earth Education Experts, Google Innovators, and Trainers—Jeffery Heil, Jesse Lubinsky, and Donnie Piercey—join me to discuss different tools and features for exposing students to different geographical areas. The guys from the Partial Credit podcast tell us about Google Earth, Google Earth Voyages, Google Earth Engine, and more! Show notes also available at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-66 A Book for a Friend Contest! Submit your book endorsement on Flipgrid or Speakpipe! FlipGrid.com/EduDuctTape Speakpipe.com/EduDuctTape Soapbox Moment: The Zappos EdTech Tool Mindset Barry Schwartz: “All of this choice . . . produces paralysis, rather than liberation. With so many options to choose from, people find it very difficult to choose at all.” Barry Schwartz: “Increased choice decreases satisfaction with matters as trivial as ice cream flavors and as significant as jobs. It [increased choice] requires increased time and effort and can lead to anxiety, regret, excessively high expectations, and self-blame if the choices don't work out.” Jam study by psychologists Sheena Iyengar and Mark Lepper Barry Schwartz - “More Isn't Always Better” - hbr.org/2006/06/more-isnt-always-better Barry Schwartz - “The Paradox of Choice” - ted.com/talks/barry_schwartz_the_paradox_of_choice Today's Guests: Jesse Lubinsky (@jlubinsky) - Jesse Lubinsky is currently the Chief Learning Officer of Ready Learner One LLC and has nearly 20 years of public school experience as a teacher and administrator. He is co-author of “Reality Bytes: Innovative Learning Using Augmented and Virtual Reality” (January 2020) and "The Esports Education Playbook: Empowering Every Learner Through Inclusive Gaming" (November 2020). He is also co-host of the Partial Credit Podcast and the Ready Learner One Lounge, a virtual reality show focused on innovations in teaching and learning. He is a Google Certified Innovator and Trainer, a CoSN Certified Education Technology Leader, an Adjunct Professor of Education Technology at Pace University, a member of the Google Earth Education Experts team, and a frequent keynote speaker and presenter who has recently done educational technology presentations across North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Australia. Jeffery Heil (@jheil65) - Jeffery has been an educator for 25 years. He has served as a classroom teacher, an instructional technology coach, an adjunct professor of education, and a Google in Education Trainer and Innovator. In this time he has continued to be an advocate for all students, especially those traditionally underserved by the U.S. educational institution. He sees relationships as the core of education and strives to show all educators meaningful ways to incorporate technology into their curriculum to amplify student learning while not losing sight of the importance of seeing each student as a unique and important member of a classroom or school. Donnie Piercy (@mrpiercEy) - The 2021 Kentucky Teacher of the Year, Donnie teaches fifth grade Lexington, Kentucky. After graduating from Asbury College and earning his master's from Auburn, he has been teaching since 2007. Donnie specializes in using technology to promote student inquiry, learning, and engagement. Over the past fourteen years of teaching, these interests have given him the unique chance to represent Kentucky around the world. Donnie was the recipient of a National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship to Antarctica, and he also represents Kentucky on the inaugural National Geographic Education Teacher Advisory Council. He is the North American lead for the Google Earth Education Experts Network. Donnie has been invited to keynote and present at schools in thirty-three states and on four continents. In 2017, he co-authored The Google Cardboard Book: Explore, Engage, and Educate with Virtual Reality based on virtual experiences he created for his students. The Bluegrass always calls him home, however, as he regularly leads professional development at school districts around the state. Donnie lives in Lexington with his wife and three children. Check out the Partial Credit Podcast at partial.credit The EdTech Newlywed Game - Favorite 80s song (playlist at the bottom of the show notes!) Educational Duct Tape Question: What is the best tool for a teacher to use for exposing students to different geographical areas? Google Earth - earth.google.com Find your house - shows that it's real places Book settings Overlay images Connect with experiences that you have or they have Voyages - Premade content built right in Layers - weather, clouds, glaciers, tropical storms, timelapse Carmen Sandiego - experiments.withgoogle.com/where-on-earth New Google Earth Projects brings in stuff that used to be in Tour Creator, Tour builder, similar to building custom maps in MyMaps Learn how to create your own Google Earth Projects - google.com/earth/outreach/learn/create-a-map-or-story-in-google-earth-web Collaborative Lit Trips - googlelittrips.org Google Maps Street View - google.com/streetview Pegman - Blue lines and dots. Lines are from Google Map Car. Dots are photospheres that are 360 images uploaded by users. Get the Google Street View App Contribute images to Google Maps Donnie #1, Donnie #2, Donnie #3 Create your own 360 images using your smartphone Google Earth Engine earthengine.google.com Change over time Case studies Data sets Learn more about Google Geo Tools for Education at google.com/intl/en_us/earth/education Other Geo Tools Honorable Mentions: Arts and Culture - experiments, especially AR on phone, primary sources Google Maps Lists - mashable.com/article/google-maps-lists MyMaps - Customizable Google Maps - mymaps.google.com Street view treks - google.com/maps/about/treks/#/grid Thetruesize.com Celebration of the Adjacent Possible Kyle Niemis' tweet about bookmarks and tables of contents in Google Docs - twitter.com/KyleNiemis/status/1451561000499560464 Ways to Support the Show or Connect with Jake and other Duct Tapers! Apple Podcast Reviews FlipGrid.com/EduDuctTape password eduducttape Speakpipe.com/EduDuctTape #EduDuctTape on social media Telling your friends and colleagues The Duct Tapers Facebook Group - facebook.com/groups/ducttapers Stickers! Want to pass some out? Want some for yourself? JakeMiller.net/SendMeStickers The JakeMillerTech Newsletter – Sign up! jakemiller.net/newsletter Our Favorite 80's Song Playlist Spotify Podcast link - open.spotify.com/playlist/5Zgzwqp6GKl8XgZIOi3Nrj?si=23d2d5d41f9a4fa5 Phil Collins - In the Air Tonight Van Halen - Jump Michael Jackson - Thriller Huey Lewis and The News - The Power of Love The Smiths - How Soon is Now? Dexys Midnight Runners - Come on Eileen Cindy Lauper - Time After Time Duran Duran - Hungry Like the Wolf Tears For Fears - Everyone Wants To Rule The World Huey Lewis and The News - Hip To Be A Square Joe Jackson - Steppin' Out Huey Lewis and The News - The Heart Of Rock And Roll
This week, host Connor Craven conducts the first panel discussion on 7 Layers. He talks about the benefits and challenges of optical networking with Steve Alexander, CTO and SVP at Ciena; Bill Gartner, SVP and GM at Cisco; and Robert Shore, SVP of Marketing at Infinera. Full Transcript Here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Patrick Tanguay is a self-described "generalist, synthesist, and curator of eclectic ideas." His weekly newsletter, Sentiers, surfaces deep posts about highly relevant topics and provides insightful commentary and ideas. In this conversation, we discuss the tools and methods that enable his curation and sharing process. Show notes @inervenu on Twitter About Patrick The Alpine Review Sentiers RSS Instapaper INFORMA(C)TION newsletter MailChimp Pinboard Delicious WordPress Eleventy Readwise Obsidian Pocket What is a static site generator? (Cloudflare) DuckDuckGo rsync cron Bear Markdown The Informed Life episode 54: Kourosh Dini on DEVONthink DEVONthink Keep It EagleFiler Grant for the Web GitHub Some show notes may include Amazon affiliate links. I get a small commission for purchases made through these links. Read the transcript Jorge: Patrick. Welcome to the show. Patrick: Thanks! Glad to be here. Jorge: I'm very excited to have you on the show. I've been subscribed to your newsletter for a while and always find insightful links and information there. So I'm very excited to talk with you. For folks who might not know you, would you mind please, introducing yourself? About Patrick Patrick: Sure. Thats always a... it probably shouldn't be, but it's always a bit of a hard question to answer. I've started using "generalist" which I kind of resisted doing for awhile, but that's ... like my Twitter bio is "Generalist, Synthesist and Curator," and that's probably the best description. I've worked in a number of fields, and I realized a little while ago that the red thread connecting everything, was that I always ended up figuring stuff out and explaining it to others. Even when I was a front-end web developer, it was often the fact that I could explain to the client, and if I was working with others, explain across their disciplines. Like, of course the actual craft, if you will, of the front end was of course part of the contract, but kind of the selling point or that people would refer me to was the fact that I could explain it and kind of make sense of what we were going to build. And then that transferred into a print magazine, "The Alpine Review," and I liked doing that so much that even though we closed it down or put it in a deep freeze, I try to recreate that experience with my newsletter. Jorge: I love the three terms: generalist, synthesist and curator. It reminds me of a phrase that I believe was coined by Stewart Brand to describe Brian Eno. He said that Eno is a "drifting clarifier." Patrick: Whoa! That's nice. Jorge: And your trajectory here reminds me of that. Yeah, Sentiers is the newsletter I was referring to when we kicked off the conversation. Tell us a bit more about that. What's the newsletter about? Sentiers Patrick: There's kind of the... the official description and the real description. The real description would probably be, "anything that Patrick finds interesting." The kind of official description is, "exploring technology and society, signals of change, and prospective futures." Which... like, "technology and society." Technology permeates so much of the world in a growing number of areas that you end up being able to talk about anything if you look at technology very broadly. And "signals of change." There's so many things changing that that also brings you to many topics. And I try to — more and more — to make sense of it with an eye to where we're going or where each topic might be going. Each field. But Sentiers is French for "paths," and the path is taking more importance in the curation in the last year or so. Jorge: I don't know if this distinction is emphasized in the French: I see "path" as a distinction to something like a road, right? Like where a path is more emergent. Patrick: Absolutely. Jorge: Is that a part of this? Like when I say that you're detecting signals for change, that to me implies that you're not dictating the path, you're somehow seeing it emerge. Is that fair? Patrick: Yes, absolutely. And I use, for example, as many of the people I read and learn from, I use future in plural — "Futures" — because they're always guesses at where things might be going or sometimes guesses that you're wishing for that direction, sometimes because you're dreading a certain direction. But there's definitely always different potentials. And one thing that I should have paid more attention before, but I'm paying more attention to now, is also the diversity of voices. So, some futures that we look at are already someone's present. Like climate change. In the Western side, we're starting to feel it, but some other people have been feeling it for years. Some technologies... so there's also that, someone's utopia is always someone else's dystopia. So, to always try to listen to a greater diversity of voices — and necessarily, as you do so, you realize that there's multiple potential directions and futures and paths. Picking the signals Jorge: How do you pick up the signals that you write about? Like, what are you paying attention to that leads you to elucidate the path? Patrick: It's layers. Layers upon layers of people I've discovered through the years, or publications. It's usually more individuals than specific publications. I've used Twitter. I think I'm user 6,000- something of Twitter. So I've been there for a while and using RSS for even longer. So, it's, adding and replacing people as I go and feel, "okay, this person is... I realize now, was too naive about technology or too positive" or, on the contrary, "this person has evolved in their thinking and introduced me to this other person." And so I try to build this network, I guess, of people I'm listening to. And also using The Alpine Review before and Sentiers now to a lesser degree perhaps, but to introduce myself to those people and then to also pick up on their networks and be part of the discussions and get a better feeling for what's going on. And then, being... I was going to say "too curious" — but being very curious about a number of topics, and adding them to the number of things I follow. Jorge: That brings me to another question I had for you, which is this idea of spotting signals for change and another idea that I think is implicit in that, which is kind of spotting patterns, right? Like in order to detect change, we have to somehow be aware of the trajectory of something or the pattern of something, or having a sense for the context. You've hinted at the fact that you've been doing this for a while; like you said, you were an early Twitter user and you've been following things like RSS. And I would imagine that you have a way not just of detecting signals, but also of building a corpus of ideas somehow, that allows you to keep track of those patterns. That allow you to spot the signal from the noise. And first, I was wondering if that was the case and if so, if you could share with us what that looks like. Patrick: It's the case and it's been more purposeful in the last few years. It used to be, I guess, just piles of magazines when I was selling computers before starting the web. And then when I started doing web development, a series of bookmarks and bookmarks, and then quickly blogging, which then... it's only recently that I've been specifically taking notes to refer to later. Originally, the notes were more blogging publicly, and then as you write something, it sticks in your mind. And so for a while, the library was mostly in my mind and in the blog. And then as... I guess it's starting with The Alpine Review, as we needed to collaborate and to keep track of whom we wanted to include, it needed to be more documented. And then, yeah! Then Sentiers becomes a great... often even for some clients, I'll just first go through the archives of the newsletter and re-find everything I've found before and compile it in a different way or see new patterns. And now more recently with the new website, the goal is to integrate the website with my note taking and my reading in Instapaper often and kind of having the information flow more directly so that I can take more notes more easily. And I was going to say, "trust my brain a little less," but I guess it's more expand my — augment — my brain more purposefully. Personal knowledge management Jorge: I actually wanted to find out more about that because as someone who publishes a newsletter myself, I have found myself doing what you're talking about here, which is thinking, "oh, I remember writing about that in my newsletter. And where was that?" And I send out my newsletter through MailChimp, which creates a web version for each issue of the newsletter and that is published elsewhere, right? Like it's in a different place than my regular website, so I can't search for it using the same search engine and it's almost like suddenly I have this separate set of information that I need to refer to. And I have the sense that you've recently made changes specifically to the relationship between content on your newsletter and content on your website. Can you tell us more about that project specifically? Patrick: Sure. Well, one of my interests that isn't often in the newsletter, but that is an ongoing interest is with PKM or "personal knowledge management." And finding ways to find again. Because I think people trust search engines a lot, but it's hard to search Google for, "this guy I remember seeing on Twitter was talking about this thing." So, I try to make the haystack smaller, and the longest going tool I have is using Pinboard, the bookmarking service that Maciej Ceglowski started after Delicious started.... I'm going back — just a lot of people won't recognize those tools. But one of the interesting things of Pinboard is that if you're a paying member, it archives the pages. So, first of all, you don't lose something you've bookmarked that suddenly disappears. And also you can do a full text search of only what you've bookmarked. So, to me, that's a much smaller haystack to search and I'll often find things through there quicker than trying to find it again with a search engine. But that wasn't linked to my note taking. So, when I write the newsletter, I write it to the text file in Markdown, and then I convert it to HTML and put it in MailChimp. So, when I say that I searched the archives of the newsletter, it was always the text files that I have on my computer. So, often to look for something, I would look at the bookmarks and I would look at the newsletter. So, now I've tried to connect all of those things. The website used to be in WordPress, and now I've built it with Eleventy, which is a file based system. So it's not a database anymore, it's just, again, a bunch of text files. So without going into the details, or too much of the technical details, the interesting part is that the website now is a bunch of text files on my computer. And then when I want to publish a new version, it basically crunches that into an actual website and I just put it online. And it's... first of all, it's much, much quicker for readers. It's also much lighter. Because I'm trying be mindful of bandwidth and server usage because so many of those are using "dirty" electricity. So it's good if you can save on that side. But the first reason was that it's text files on my computer. now when I'm searching, everything is together. You tell me if I'm going too much in the weeds, but the other change is that now I'm using Readwise — readwise.io. And that allows you to connect the things you've highlighted in various places. And recently it started offering a sync with the text editor I'm using, which is Obsidian. So now... for years and years, I've been reading either in Pocket or Instapaper, two apps I think a lot of your listeners probably use. Now everything I highlight in there goes through with Readwise and straight into my notes, which don't necessarily make it on a website, but now it's... so there's more of a direct flow of everything I've read and the chunks I found interesting all end up in text files locally and can be oriented towards the website. Details about Patrick's setup Jorge: I'm hearing you say this and thinking, not only do I want to get into the weeds with you on this stuff, but, uh, I I'm afraid we're not going to have enough time to get as far into the weeds as I would like, because you've touched on several things that I've been exploring myself. I have been contemplating making this very same move that you're describing — going from WordPress to what is often called a static site generator. And for many of the same reasons you're pointing out here, I would love to have my site as text files — as Markdown specifically, which I use as well. And I recently posted about this on Twitter and a lot of folks came back to me recommending Eleventy, so it's one that is very much on my radar. I'm wondering about what you might lose by doing such a transition. And I can tell you two things that I'm aware of, that I would lose for my own instance. One is that WordPress provides a pretty good site search, which I don't believe static sites have. And the other is, WordPress provides the ability for me to preschedule posts. So, I can write something and say... say on a Monday morning and leave it so that it's published on a Tuesday afternoon, right? Are you dealing with those in any way? Is that an issue? Patrick: Yeah. Those are pretty much the two issues. You've hit the two issues directly. The search, of course people can be unhappy and not tell me, but I haven't had any people telling me that they miss the search engine. Although I did include one, but it's... it basically searches DuckDuckGo, by specifying my website. And so it gives a result only on the website. It's been working pretty good. There are a couple of solutions to do web searches on a static website. But it mostly ends up being work done on the client's side. So, in the reader's browser and so I haven't implemented that yet. The scheduling is more of an issue than I thought because like my newsletter goes out at 6:00 AM every Sunday. And I try to have it online exactly at the same time as the email goes out for people who want to read it online and share it. So that's... it connects to the biggest issue, which is... it's a lot more technical to run a site like that than it is to run WordPress. WordPress, you can just go on wordpress.com and create a blog and even have it on your own domain and you have nothing to do basically, other than use the interface, which is very broadly known already. A huge number of people have used it for themselves or at work or somewhere else. And so this is... it's harder. But I figured out the way. It's like, I'm actually... I'm getting back from vacation and there's one going out on Sunday, and it's going to be the first one using the new automation to put it online at 6:00 AM. It's basically, it's... it's going back to the command line. It's having rsync and a cronjob running on the server. That could probably be done some other ways, but I found that that's actually... because the way I've built the new version is that my newsletter is usually four or five featured articles that I have a summary and comment on. So each of those has been split, so each newsletter has become at least five chunks — five notes. And I might issue 184, so it can take a while to transfer the whole thing. So automating it that way is a timesaver. Jorge: That's very encouraging. And I'm kind of desperately trying to make more time to experiment more with these things because I do find very appealing the idea that at the other end of this, you end up with this more consolidated, personal knowledge management base that you use... you used that phrase, PKM, right? And, I find the idea of having it as a set of text files on my file system very compelling. You touched on Obsidian, which is another tool that I've been recently migrating to. I am using Readwise and I was not aware that they had enabled Obsidian sync, so I'm very excited. Now I'm like thinking... it's like the moment that we hang up here, I'm going to go experiment with that. Patrick: I think it's been active for like five days. So it's a really, really new feature. Obsidian Jorge: That's amazing. I was using it with Roam, to sync my highlights from Kindle and Instapaper and all these other things, sync them over to Roam. But, it's very exciting to hear that they've enabled Obsidian sync. How are you using Obsidian? I'm curious. How does it play into this workflow? Patrick: I'm hoping to transition completely to it. Right now, I 've used Bear for a few years, which is also in Markdown, but it's very visually polished, so it's fun to use and it syncs between phone and iPad and laptop. And it's Markdown that can be exported in Markdown, but when it's stored, it's not Markdown. It's in a proprietary database. So that was one of the things that kind of bugged me. Although I would have kept using Bear if not for Obsidian and the fact that it's pure text and you can actually open any folder with Markdown files. Open it in Obsidian and it becomes a bunch of notes and you can do back linking between the notes so that... because we often use links, but only in one direction. So, when you get to the destination, the destination doesn't display in any way where you came from, unless you're staying on the same website, then there's an indication. But if you're going from site to site, you don't know. And you don't know who else might have linked to that same page. And so with backlinks or bidirectional links would be another term, then you know at least within the corpus of your notes, which links to which -which has been in Wikis for forever, and which we even had on blogs 15 years ago with trackbacks which is coming back now with digital gardens which is kind of a personal Wiki. And Obsidian supports that. And I found a way to have them work in Obsidian and when their live on my website in the same way. And so, I'm still using Bear because it's kind of my reflex to go to those files and client notes and articles in the works are all in there, but I'm trying to switch more and more of them to Obsidian which is so far a great surprise because it's very modular. There's a hundreds of plugins, and so far I haven't seen it slow down. I've been wary of activating too many but so far it's super fast. So, I'm very encouraged, up to this point, and the advantage is of course, is that I have nothing to do if at some point they start... or they stop developing it. The app is local, the files are local... everything keeps working. Jorge: This idea of digital gardening is something that I am very interested in and we had earlier this year another guest on their show, Kourosh Dini, talking about the use of a tool called DEVONthink, which is designed for this type of personal knowledge management. And I mention it because DEVONthink too allows you to monitor folders on your computer and it indexes them and builds... it uses an artificial intelligence engine, and I don't know the details of how this works, but it uses AI to spot relationships between pieces of content in your computer. And I have been using Obsidian. My Obsidian folder with Markdown files, I'm indexing it with DevonThink. So building this bridge between the stuff that I have in Markdown there with things like PDFs and bookmarks and all this other stuff, and it just feels like... for me, it feels like my little personal knowledge management system, which has been scattered for a long time, is finally starting to come together with these more open tools. It's really exciting. Patrick: Yeah. It's... I was going to say the less exciting thing is the fact that we have to go back to old formats to get back that open function. Like Markdown files have been around forever and they're text files, which has literally been forever for computers and PDF is also a very old standard. But it's great to have that. I wasn't aware of that function by DEVONthink so I'm going to have to try it. I've actually... I've been doing some cleaning of stuff on my computer and I've been putting PDFs in Keep It and I've actually grabbed again, some old email archives that I'd archived to make the mail app snappier again. And I've put them in EagleFiler, which are both kind of... they both do the same thing you were explaining about DEVONthink, which is they do some search optimization and tagging and stuff, but the files remained in the finder and just on the Mac file system. So, but maybe I'm... after doing the cleanup, I'm just going to have to switch over to DEVONthink or add DEVONthink, because basically since it's indexing existing folders, that's the duty of it, you could have 10 applications doing different work on the same files. Jorge: Yeah, that's what I'm finding as well. I've stopped obsessing with the idea of trying to bring everything together into a single homogeneous system and more trying to find tools that are open about the data that they use so that you can get different perspectives on your information. And I can relate to this challenge you were talking about — the challenge of migrating stuff that you've had in more proprietary formats for awhile. We're coming close to the end of our time together — unfortunately, because there are so many more weedy areas of this that I would like to explore or with you. But I'm wondering what the future holds for what you're doing with Sentiers and how you see your system evolving. Evolving the system Patrick: Well, one of the main reason I was able to spend time doing that was that I used a grant by Grant for the Web, which is a project by the Interledger Foundation. We do web monetization. And a lot of the words they use sound like blockchain, but it's not actually. It can be related to the blockchain, but it's not. And they're basically developing a standard that they want to be accepted by the W3C, to be able to stream money to the website where you're spending time. And so the way I presented the project is that I'm already somewhat monetizing. I don't like that word that much, but that's... with memberships, paid memberships, but the archives and that's the case for most anyone doing those kinds of like... another word I dislike but the "creator economy." Often, their archives just fall by the wayside. So, that was a way of keeping the archives evolving and accessible and useful for readers and having the web monetization work underneath and possibly be a new revenue stream. And the other reason is that by making it text files, they can be on GitHub. And that's kind of... a lot of people have spoken about it with digital gardens, but not many have actually opened it. And I haven't found a way yet to do it — a way I'd be satisfied with. But potentially having people participate in the notes and appearing on the website would be something interesting that could be done with GitHub. And so the goal is to... it's kind of a forcing function for myself to note things beyond just highlighting in articles which then become notes that don't necessarily make it in the magazine because they're not necessarily interesting to read in themselves, but they can be super useful as you're browsing through different notes and adding context to something and adding to the topic. So, growing the notes, making it potentially a revenue source. The nice thing about this system is that if people are spending a lot of time, it means it's useful for them. So then it's a great way to transform it into a source of revenue because you're not forcing anything. They're just using it then. And then potentially bring in people on... I don't know if it would be specific contributors? If it would be a way of, for example, you and I joining some of our notes, or something else that's not... that's kind of on the roadmap, but not planned yet as to how it would happen. But that's another of the ways I hope to use it. Closing Jorge: That all sounds so fascinating. I would love to check in with you sometime in the future when this stuff has developed more just to see how that is going. But for now, where can folks find out more about you and follow your work? Patrick: The simplest is the newsletter, which is santiers.media. So sentiers.media. Or @inevernu on Twitter. And on the Sentiers website you can subscribe, and you can also look at what we've been talking about. So, how the notes connect together and so far, it's a lot, the existing archive. It hasn't been digital garden-ized as much as I would've liked, but I'm adding to it constantly. So yeah, those are the two... and I write the articles about monthly. So there's the newsletter, but there's also some articles to read. Jorge: Fantastic. I will post links to all of those things in the show notes. I want to thank you for being here and thank you for your work because like I said, I learn a lot from the work that you're doing. So thank you for sharing it with us, Patrick. Patrick: Thanks! Thanks for saying that and thanks alot for inviting me! It's been fun. It's always fun to discuss what you've been working on. It's sometimes bring us a different perspective as you're answering. So, it's always useful. Jorge: I hope that we can do it again sometime. Patrick: Sure.
The Sisters discuss how most people are not aware that there are layers to our grief. It is not uncommon for people to have to grieve every single layer of our relationships. Erica shares how although she grieved Donovan as her son, but then she had to grieve the loss of the friendship that she shared with him. Also true when you lose someone who was never there for you. You will still grieve the layers of that relationship once they are gone. www.healingstartswithhtheheart.com https://facebookgroupgroup.com/hope.heal.recover
"The Many Layers of Musical Memory—and Forgetting" is an episode about how listening to music, and performing it, are really acts of thematic memory—and forgetting. And sometimes the forgetting is part of the creative process. Or maybe it's just forgetting. In any case, I take a deep dive into the many layers of musical memory that go into improvising or composing. But also into the listener's experience of any given piece of music. There is the short-term memory of what happened earlier in a piece of music, but also the long-term, cultural memory that informs every performing/listening experience. And whether short or long term, there is plenty of forgetting involved... Follow Podcast Homepage Donate Leave a Voicemail Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Bandcamp Page Patreon Page Twitter Peter Saltzman Website Facebook Contact: email@example.com Powered by Firstory Hosting
Born in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, Carla Franchesca attended Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo and moved to New York with her family in 2010. Following her graduation from BMCC with an associate's degree in Video Arts and Technology, she got her Bachelors in Film and Video at the City College of New York, and has risen through the ranks at the Manhattan Neighborhood Network to become its Production Facilitator. In 2016, Carla created her own film production company, Rayoelú Films with the mission to raise the voices of the unheard and ignored and tell their stories through film. Her first documentary, Buhoneros (Street Vendors), was awarded for Excellence in filmmaking at the 2017 Inwood Film Festival, and her documentary Layers of a Baker, will screen at the forthcoming Inwood Film Festival. Check out Carla's work at www.rayoelufilms.com
The fashion (etc.) of the December 1988 issue features one spread inspired by the style of Marilyn Monroe, and another that shows you how to layer to stay both cute AND warm! There's also a story that we might say culturally appropriated the Roma people, except (a) that's not the word in the headline and (b) the interpretation is pretty loose. There are also step-by-step instructions on getting ready for a party, editors' reports on various spa treatments, more Christmas stuff in Sassy Club, a bunch of new ads, and more! It's a gift!Visual Aids