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Italian Renaissance polymath

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The Infinite Escape Room
We're gonna rock down to renaissance portaloo

The Infinite Escape Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 35:05


Dodgy accents and portapotty mystery time this episode. We join the gang as they find themselves trapped in Leonardo DaVinci's forgotten workshop! It's the second in our renewed, 2023 format. If you dig it and want to support the show then head on over to https://www.patreon.com/TheInfiniteEscapeRoom 

The Mnemonic Tree Podcast
Leonardo da Vinci - Top 6 Inventions

The Mnemonic Tree Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 14:49


Leonardo da Vinci - Top 6 Inventions·         Wikipedia·         Mnemonic·         Five Fun Facts·         Three - Question Quiz·         Word of the Week·         Mutley Moment

San Diego News Matters
Public health crisis: Gun violence

San Diego News Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 19:25


Two professors talk about looking at gun violence as a public health issue. In other news, the state of California shared links from an anti-immigrant hate group on its Department of Social Services website. Plus, a play about Leonardo Da Vinci is now on stage in San Diego, and the playwright gives us the inside scoop.

Who ARTed
Leonardo da Vinci | The Mona Lisa

Who ARTed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 11:01


Leonardo da Vinci's painting of The Mona Lisa, also called La Gioconda has captured society's collective imagination. Her hold on the audience is so intense there is a widely known phenomenon called, The Mona Lisa Effect referring to the experience of feeling like the subject of an image is looking directly at the viewer no matter where one is standing in the room. Simply put, people feel like Mona Lisa is staring at them and her eyes follow them around the room. According to scientists at Bielefeld Unversity in Germany, La Gioconda does not look directly at the viewer. Her gaze is said to be about 15 degrees to the right looking at the viewer's ear or over their shoulder. They concluded that ironically, The Mona Lisa does not demonstrate the Mona Lisa effect. Arts Madness Tournament links: Check out the Brackets Tell me which artist you think will win this year's tournament Give a shoutout to your favorite teacher (the teacher who gets the most shoutouts on this form by Feb 27 will get a $50 Amazon gift card) Who ARTed is an Airwave Media Podcast. Connect with me: Website | Twitter | Instagram | Tiktok Support the show: Merch from TeePublic | Buy me a coffee As always you can find images of the work being discussed at www.WhoARTedPodcast.com and of course, please leave a rating or review on your favorite podcast app. You might hear it read out on the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

KPBS Midday Edition
Advocates decry CBP plan to build 30-ft wall at Friendship Park

KPBS Midday Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 46:01


U.S. Customs and Border Protection released their plan this week for Friendship Park, taking community input into account, and revising a plan that caused a public outcry. But park advocates are not satisfied, and said it furthers the border wall plan set forth by former president Donald Trump. And, Imagine: You are at the grocery store, ready to check out. You put your card in the reader. It is declined. And you have no other way to pay. That is what is happening to thousands of San Diego residents who have had their EBT cards hacked and drained of funds. Next, some people give birth at home by accident. But increasingly, mothers are choosing midwives and home births over doctors and hospitals. And, Leonardo Da Vinci may be better known for painting the Mona Lisa than for writing thousands of pages of journal entries. But, playwright Mary Zimmeman was so intrigued by his writing that she took his words and crafted a play around them. “The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci” opens at The Old Globe in Balboa Park on Saturday. And, finally, a San Diego author shares her new young adult novel, “This is Not a Personal Statement.” Tracy Badua's book follows 16-year-old overachiever, Perla Perez, whose life is thrown into disarray after she is inexplicably rejected by her dream college.

AHA Moments with Coach KA
Is God's Son God's Sun?

AHA Moments with Coach KA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 29:00


Have you ever seen the painting “The Last Supper” by Leonardo Da Vinci? If so, did you see the yellow sun globe around Jesus head? Did you ever depict what it meant on a deeper level? You see a lot of the stories in the bible are meant for allegory and metaphors as it was meant for a deeper truth. For example back in ancient days the Egyptians gave the name Neter to the great and supreme Force of all, the “One God,” the source of all Creation, all that is and all that shall be. They felt that to know this one God was to know the many faces, qualities, and attributes of this sacred source, and the more they learned of these faces, the closer they got to the divine origin. From the Neter emerge the Neteru, there are countless Neteru, so from the One come the many. These Neteru are Cosmic principles, laws, and forces of Universal Nature and the Consciousness that permeate the whole universe. They are the means by which the Neter sustains creation and manifests through it. You and I are a part of God's creation. How we express ourselves are different, but nonetheless a part of the many faces of the source of all creation. The ancient Egyptian people reasoned that no one on Earth could ever lay claim of ownership to the Great Orbit of the Day. It must belong to the unseen Creator of all. It became, figuratively speaking, not man's, but “God's Sun”. God's Sun was truly the light of the world. Come listen in and find out if “God's Son is God's Sun” allegorically and see if there's any expression of truth figuratively for us to live by today. 

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2870: The Canal du Midi

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 3:51


Episode: 2870 The Canal du Midi.  Today, coast to coast.

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
Find Greater Happiness & Meaning Through Your Work! Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci with Michael Gelb

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 51:17


Work doesn't have to be devoid of meaning and fulfillment. You can lead a meaningful and purpose-driven life (and find your purpose) and your work and career can be a valuable part of it!   Michael Gelb, author of How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci and the Healing Organization shows you how to find more fulfilling work, more meaningful work, and how to pull more meaning out of your work.   Key Points Discussed:  What we can do at work to begin to change the world. Being more successful by being consistently kind and focusing on the needs of those around us. Shifting businesses to the notion of stakeholders rather than just shareholders. How do we as individuals choose which companies to work for to support that which supports us? Planned obsolescence and how exploitative it is of customers and the earth. What we can do when we are in a company that is performing shock experiments on its employees and customers? What do we do if we're in the barrel and can we actually make a difference when we're feeling we can't? Out of all companies, which one expresses the most positive story or best model for us to understand moving forward? Healing ourselves and aligning our daily lives around a higher intention. The truly human leadership by Bob Chapman at Barry Wehmiller companies. The power of an idea that is just right for its time.   Visit: https://michaelgelb.com/    To find out more visit: https://amzn.to/3qULECz - Order Michael Sandler's book, "AWE, the Automatic Writing Experience" www.automaticwriting.com  - Automatic Writing Experience Course www.inspirenationuniversity.com - Michael Sandler's School of Mystics https://inspirenationshow.com/ https://www.dailywoohoo.com/ - Sign up for my FREE daily newsletter for high-vibration content. ……. Follow Michael and Jessica's exciting journey and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access. Go to https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation   For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: https://inspirenationshow.com/   We've got NEW Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/inspire-nation-store   Follow Inspire Nation, and the lives of Michael and Jessica, on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/InspireNationLive/   Find us on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@inspirenationshow

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
RELOAD: The Secret to Thinking like Leonardo Da Vinci with Michael J. Gelb

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 35:34


Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. I'm happy to revisit my conversation with luminary, and world-famous juggler, Michael J. Gelb. Michael is the world's leading authority on the application of genius thinking to personal and organizational development. He is the author of 16 books including "How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci," "Innovate Like Edison," and "Discover Your Genius."  Michael's books have been translated into 25 languages and have sold more than one million copies. His new book "The Healing Organization: Awakening the Conscience of Business to Help Save the World," co-authored with Professor Raj Sisodia, was released on September 17, 2019. I am thrilled to have Michael J. Gelb on the What's Next! Podcast.    THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR… anyone and everyone wanting to approach life with genius and mastery.   TODAY'S MAIN MESSAGE… Michael Gelb breaks down how we too can think like innovation master and genius, Leonardo Da Vinci. It is a conceptual roadmap that is sure to change how you approach work and life. Confidence and a desire to find the beauty of truth will change how you approach and learn from failure and continue to feed your curiosity. Moreover, as a world-famous juggler, Michael also shares how we can keep multiple balls in the air ourselves, and how we can solve problems quickly and efficiently.   WHAT  I  LOVE  MOST… Michael's motto of maintaining the curiosity of a child with the focus of a grown-up.     Running time: 35:37 Subscribe on iTunes     Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram   Find Michael on social: Twitter Michael's Website Healing Leader Website   Michael's Books: How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci The Art of Connection Discover Your Genius Creativity on Demand

Parole di Storie
L’ermellino e la volpe. Una favola di Leonardo da Vinci

Parole di Storie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 2:54


Leonardo fu anche scrittore di favole ricche di grande impegno morale. Esse mettono in guardia dai pericoli dell'ignoranza, dell'invidia, della superbia e della presunzione. Sono storie brevi, dove le vicende della natura e degli animali, in tutte le loro forme, reali e mitologiche, aiutano a comprendere meglio la storia degli uomini. Un significativo esempio della capacità di Leonardo di parlare di temi universali con un linguaggio ricco e pungente. “La vera saggezza nasce dalla conoscenza della Natura e da una vita in armonia con essa” (LdV) Continue reading

Parole di Storie - Favole di Storie Fantastiche dal genio di Leonardo da Vinci
L’ermellino e la volpe. Una favola di Leonardo da Vinci

Parole di Storie - Favole di Storie Fantastiche dal genio di Leonardo da Vinci

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 2:54


Leonardo fu anche scrittore di favole ricche di grande impegno morale. Esse mettono in guardia dai pericoli dell'ignoranza, dell'invidia, della superbia e della presunzione. Sono storie brevi, dove le vicende della natura e degli animali, in tutte le loro forme, reali e mitologiche, aiutano a comprendere meglio la storia degli uomini. Un significativo esempio della capacità di Leonardo di parlare di temi universali con un linguaggio ricco e pungente. “La vera saggezza nasce dalla conoscenza della Natura e da una vita in armonia con essa” (LdV) Continue reading

Wisdom Daily by Motiversity
How Leonardo da Vinci's Mindset Changed the World

Wisdom Daily by Motiversity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 2:35


How Leonardo da Vinci's Mindset Changed the World.Timeless knowledge and motivation from Leonardo da Vinci. An active painter, theorist, sculptor, and architect, his famous mindset and quotes are still taught to this day.Spoken by: John Mydrim Ballantyne DaviesMusic:Audiojungle Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

CX Decoded By CMSWire
Digital Innovation Through the Lens of Beauty

CX Decoded By CMSWire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 29:42


Leonardo Da Vinci revolutionized the way people were painted during the Renaissance, and his "Mona Lisa" is the most famous painting in the world and is a cultural icon for beauty, in part due to what is usually described as her alluring and mysterious smile. What has made the "Mona Lisa" so popular for more than 500 years? It can be boiled down to one word: innovation.  Da Vinci was an innovator his entire life. He saw possibilities everywhere. The painting is a culmination of his curiosity and studies he undertook during his lifetime. Leonardo was interested in just about everything. One thing he was interested in was human anatomy, and he made many anatomical studies of the human body, including the facial muscles used for smiling. He discovered the complex system of muscle movement needed to produce a smile, and the data he collected during dissections he performed helped him produce the world's most revered painting. This week's CX Decoded podcast guest knows about innovation, data collection and omnichannel approaches when it comes to beauty as well. Michelle Pacynski, vice president of digital innovation at Ulta Beauty, has led Ulta through much of its digital transformation in the past 10 years, a time in which the company revolutionized how beauty products were assembled and marketed to enthusiasts.   We caught up with her to find out what brands can learn from the beauty industry about a host of topics, including the high level of engagement of beauty enthusiasts.

The White House 1600 Sessions
77 Jacqueline Kennedy: Art in Cultural Diplomacy

The White House 1600 Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 19:25


First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy was the driving force behind a brilliant act of cultural diplomacy: bringing Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece, Mona Lisa, to the American people. After convincing everyone from her husband, President John F. Kennedy and French President Charles De Gaulle, to the French Cultural Minister and the Director of the National Gallery of Art, Mona Lisa was brought to the United States in January 1963. Stewart McLaurin, President of the White House Historical Association, spoke with a distinguished panel about the 60th anniversary of this extraordinary exchange, which drew nearly two million visitors. Episode guests include: His Excellency, Philippe Étienne, Ambassador of France to the United States; Bénédicte de Montlaur, President and CEO of the World Monuments Fund; and Kaywin Feldman, Director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.   Find all our podcasts at: https://www.whitehousehistory.org/160... Learn more about the White House Historical Association at: https://www.whitehousehistory.org/

Wikipedia Read
Leonardo da Vinci

Wikipedia Read

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 57:22


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Wikipedia Read
Leonardo da Vinci

Wikipedia Read

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 57:22


Who was Leonardo da Vinci? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wikipediaread/support

Dialoge mit dem Unterbewusstsein - Psychologie, Kommunikation, NLP, Hypnose, Coaching und Meditation

"Erkenne, dass alles mit allem anderen zusammenhängt" das sagte Leonardo DaVinci. Jetzt stellt sich die Frage, gilt das auch für den Umgang mit anderen? Mehr Informationen zum kostenlosen 3-Tage Kurs „Die Geheimnisse eines Mentalisten“: https://www.emotional-intelligente-kommunikation.de/geheimnisse-eines-mentalisten/ Mein kostenfreies E-Book mit 10 Tipps, wie du deine emotionale Intelligenz steigerst, bekommst du hier: https://www.alexander-schelle.de/e-book-emotionale-intelligenz/ Kostenfreies Seminar „Hypnose, kann jeder“: https://www.change-your-mind.academy/hypnose-kann-jeder/ Kostenfreie Hypnose „Hypnoenergie“: https://www.alexander-schelle.de/hypnose-sichern/ Mein Selbsthypnose Buch bekommst du hier: https://amzn.to/30mqkuu ___________________________________________________ Alle Folgen des kostenlosen Podcasts findest hier: https://www.alexander-schelle.de/podcast-dialoge-mit-dem-unterbewusstsein/ ___________________________________________________ Mein Name ist Alexander Schelle und ich stehe seit mehr als 20 Jahren als Mentalist und Hypnotiseur auf der Bühne. Ich bin ausgebildet als Hypnose- und NLP-Coach und biete neben meinen Shows auch Seminare und Vorträge. Der Podcast ‘Die Geheimnisse eines Mentalisten' soll auf unterhaltsame Weise einen Einblick in die Welt des Unterbewusstseins geben – in die Welt der Psychologie und der Hypnose. In den psychologischen Folgen werde ich einen Blick auf ansonsten weitgehend verborgene Seiten unserer Persönlichkeit werfen – auf unbewusste Muster in unserer Kommunikation und Motivation, aber auch unserem Wahrnehmen, Fühlen, Denken, Entscheiden und Handeln. Ich werde beleuchten, wie wir Menschen ticken, wie es mit unserer Menschenkenntnis aussieht und auch Schlussfolgerungen für den konkreten Alltag oder ein Coaching daraus ziehen. Jene Folgen, die sich der Hypnose oder der Meditation widmen, bietet dir einen Einblick in die faszinierende Welt, die sich öffnet, wenn wir einen gezielten Blick hinter die Kulissen unserer bewussten Entscheidungen werfen. Was du schon immer über Hypnose oder Selbsthypnose, beispielsweise zur Gewichtsreduzierung, Nichtraucher werden, Ängste besiegen oder der Burnout Prävention, wissen wolltest – hier erhältst du in kurzen Podcast Folgen einen Überblick. Firmen können mich auch für Vorträge oder Veranstaltungen zu den Themen Bewusstsein, Unterbewusstsein, Persönlichkeitsentwicklung, Motivation, Kommunikation, NLP, Hypnose, Meditation, Selbsthypnose, Empathie, Menschenkenntnis, Stressabbau, Selbstverwirklichung und Burnout Prävention buchen. In individuelles Coaching helfe ich Menschen, ihre work-life-balance zu finden. Wenn du mehr über die Angebote von mir erfahren möchtest, findest du unter www.alexander-schelle.de weitere Informationen. Selbstverständlich bin ich auch auf Linkdin, Facebook und auf Instagram für dich zu erreichen.

That Podcast with Sami Rye
93 - David Goggins X Leonardo Da Vinci

That Podcast with Sami Rye

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 35:55


Kicking off the new year we are going to get our mind focused to try new things, learn new things and who Better than David Goggins and Leonardo Da Vinci, obvious choices if you ask me. What can we learn, what do we misunderstand about these figures? Let's see how their lives can help us have a new perspective of the future. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Oppdatert
Da Vinci: Er verdens dyreste maleri en bløff?

Oppdatert

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 25:39


I mange år hang et portrett av Jesus i en trappeoppgang hos en familie i USA, uten at det vakte særlig oppsikt. Men etter flere år skulle det plutselig endre seg. Da ble det oppdaga av to kunsthandlere som kjøpte det for en billig penge, for så å oppdage at det ikke var hvilket som helst maleri – men det fortapte "Salvator Mundi" av selveste Leonardo Da Vinci. Eller, var det egentlig det? Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio

Paint The Medical Picture Podcast
Newsworthy Interview with Glenn Krauss, Trusty Tip on Home Services, and Leonardo Da Vinci's Spark

Paint The Medical Picture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 51:25


Welcome to the Paint The Medical Picture Podcast, created and hosted by Sonal Patel, CPMA, CPC, CMC, ICD-10-CM. Thanks to all of you for making this a Top 15 Podcast for 2 Years: https://blog.feedspot.com/medical_billing_and_coding_podcasts/ Sonal's 7th Season is winding down and Episode 16 features a special Newsworthy return guest, Glenn Krauss. We discuss a troubling OIG report pointing their fingers at millions in possible overpayments. We get fired up and defend our good names (as coders and CDI specialists!!), as well our physicians (who we are champions of!!) Trusty Tip features Sonal's compliance recommendations on coding and billing for Home and Residence Services on claims starting January 1, 2023. Spark inspires us all to reflect on purpose and impact based on the inspirational words of Leonardo Da Vinci. Find Glenn Krauss on various social media platforms: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glenn-krauss-93521a19/ Website: https://core-cdi.com/ Website: https://www.topgunauditschool.com/about-tgas Paint The Medical Picture Podcast now on: Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sonal-patel5 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6hcJAHHrqNLo9UmKtqRP3X Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/paint-the-medical-picture-podcast/id1530442177 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8zMGYyMmZiYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/bc6146d7-3d30-4b73-ae7f-d77d6046fe6a/paint-the-medical-picture-podcast Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/paint-the-medical-picture-podcast Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/tcwfkshx Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/paint-the-medical-picture-podcast-WRZvAw Find Paint The Medical Picture Podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzNUxmYdIU_U8I5hP91Kk7A Find Sonal on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonapate/ And checkout the website: https://paintthemedicalpicturepodcast.com/ If you'd like to be a sponsor of the Paint The Medical Picture Podcast series, please contact Sonal directly for pricing: PaintTheMedicalPicturePodcast@gmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sonal-patel5/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sonal-patel5/support

El Rincón de Aquiles
#114 El camino hacia la maestría - Aprender a aprender (IV)

El Rincón de Aquiles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 18:29


Notas del episodio: elrincondeaquiles.com/podcast/maestria/ Únete a la comunidad en Telegram: https://t.me/elrincondeaquiles "Toda tu vida es una especie de aprendizaje en la que aplicas tus habilidades para aprender. Todo lo que te ocurre es una forma de introducción si prestas atención". Maestría, Robert Greene. Esta frase guía todo el libro Maestría: un auténtico manual sobre cómo se forjaron grandes maestros como Alejandro Magno, Lionel Messi o Leonardo Da Vinci. En este episodio descubrirás cada una de las fases que tiene que atravesar todo maestro para llegar a la cumbre de su disciplina. En cada una de las fases compartiremos estrategias prácticas para que puedas aplicarlas desde el momento de escuchar este episodio. La maestría es ese punto en el que conoces tan bien las reglas que sabes cuando romperlas y reescribirlas. Y el maestro es la persona que conoce tan profundamente su disciplina que deja de ser uno más para aportar algo único. El objetivo de este episodio es hacer un viaje por las 5 fases del camino hacia la maestría: 1. Tu llamada vital 2. Apprenticeship 3. Inteligencia social 4. Creatividad 5. Intuición Embárcate en el viaje y escucha todas las estrategias para convertirte en un maestro. Nuestra web: https://elrincondeaquiles.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elrincondeaquiles.es Twitter: https://twitter.com/RinconDeAquiles

El Rincón de Aquiles
#114 El camino hacia la maestría - Aprender a aprender (IV)

El Rincón de Aquiles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 18:27


Notas del episodio: elrincondeaquiles.com/podcast/maestria/ Únete a la comunidad en Telegram: https://t.me/elrincondeaquiles "Toda tu vida es una especie de aprendizaje en la que aplicas tus habilidades para aprender. Todo lo que te ocurre es una forma de introducción si prestas atención". Maestría, Robert Greene. Esta frase guía todo el libro Maestría: un auténtico manual sobre cómo se forjaron grandes maestros como Alejandro Magno, Lionel Messi o Leonardo Da Vinci. En este episodio descubrirás cada una de las fases que tiene que atravesar todo maestro para llegar a la cumbre de su disciplina. En cada una de las fases compartiremos estrategias prácticas para que puedas aplicarlas desde el momento de escuchar este episodio. La maestría es ese punto en el que conoces tan bien las reglas que sabes cuando romperlas y reescribirlas. Y el maestro es la persona que conoce tan profundamente su disciplina que deja de ser uno más para aportar algo único. El objetivo de este episodio es hacer un viaje por las 5 fases del camino hacia la maestría: 1. Tu llamada vital 2. Apprenticeship 3. Inteligencia social 4. Creatividad 5. Intuición Embárcate en el viaje y escucha todas las estrategias para convertirte en un maestro. Nuestra web: https://elrincondeaquiles.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elrincondeaquiles.es Twitter: https://twitter.com/RinconDeAquiles

Hablando de Tecnología con Orlando Mergal | Podcast En Español | Discusión inteligente sobre computadoras, Internet, telé

Jennifer Granholm Hablar de adelantos científicos es una de las cosas que más hacemos en Hablando de Tecnología. pero hablar de temas como la fusión nuclear, especialmente cuando se trata de la fusión nuclear de ganancia neta positiva, es algo que no hemos hecho nunca. Y hay dos razones de peso para eso. Primero, los temas de física nuclear son altamente sofisticados y requieren de expertos altamente especializados a los que no tenemos acceso regularmente, y segundo —y más importante— este tipo de noticia no salen en los medios regularmente. Sobre todo, no de esta magnitud. El descubrimiento que acaba de anunciar el pasado martes 13 de diciembre la Secretaria de Energía de los Estados Unidos, Jennifer Granholm es comparable en magnitud al del alunizaje del Apollo 11 sobre la luna, el 20 de julio del 1969, la invención del teléfono en el 1876, las observaciones planetarias de Galileo en el 1610 y el descubrimiento del logaritmo en el 1614 y la invención del paracaídas en el 1485 por Leonardo DaVinci, a pesar de que para la época no existía el avión siquiera. Fíjate que entre descubrimiento y descubrimiento transcurrió más de un siglo, y en algunos casos ha habido siglos que han pasado sin pena ni gloria, como fue el caso del siglo 18. La fusión nuclear no es un concepto nuevo. De hecho, la bomba de hidrógeno —que tan temida es en el mundo militar— funciona a base de ese concepto. El problema hasta ahora es que se había tratado de una reacción perdidosa. es decir, que requería aplicar más energía de la que se producía. El verdadero logro de los científicos del Laboratorio Nacional de Lawrence Livermore en California, es que alcanzaron la “Ignición Mediante Fusión”, una reacción controlada en la que la energía producida sobrepasó la energía invertida. Y todo esto dentro de un ambiente contenido. ¿Y por qué esto es importante? Porque se espera que la fusión nuclear sea la contestación a la encrucijada energética que enfrenta la humanidad y que ponga punto final al uso de combustibles fósiles como lo ha hecho la humanidad hasta ahora.   Como sabes, llevo algún tiempo cogiéndolo un poco más suave con Hablando De Tecnología. No porque se me hayan agotado las ideas o el entusiasmo, sino porque he estado invirtiendo tiempo en otros proyectos como mi página de turismo Puerto Rico By GPS. Pero esta noticia era demasiado importante. Y créeme, esto sí es tecnología como la definimos en el programa “la ciencia al servicio de la humanidad”. mejor ejemplo no existe. ENLACES: • Visita la página de Puerto Rico By GPS OTROS EPISODIOS QUE TE PUEDEN INTERESAR: 11 Mitos Tecnológicos Que Suenan Creíbles 16 Mentiras Que Te Dijeron Durante La Infancia 7 Mitos Sobre La Producción de Video 7 Mitos Sobre El Empleo De Personas De La Tercera Edad 13 Realidades Sobre La Educación Universitaria [2022] 11 Mitos Sobre El Agua 7 Mitos y Realidades Sobre YouTube 4 Palabras Que El Público Odia ©2022, Orlando Mergal, MA _________________ El autor es Experto En Comunicación Corporativa (Lic. R-500), Autor de más de media docena de Publicaciones de Autoayuda y Productor de Contenido Digital Inf. 787-306-1590 • 787-750-0000 Divulgación de Relación Material: Algunos de los enlaces en esta entrada son “enlaces de afiliados”. Eso significa que si le das click al enlace, y compras algo, yo voy a recibir una comisión de afiliado. No obstante, tú vas a pagar exactamente lo mismo que pagarías al visitar al comerciante directamente y de manera independiente.  Además, yo sólo recomiendo productos o servicios que utilizo personalmente y que pienso que añadirán valor a mis oyentes. Al patrocinar los productos o servicios que mencionamos en Hablando De Tecnología contribuyes para que el programa continúe. Hago esta divulgación en cumplimiento con con el "16 CFR, Part 255" de la Comisión Federal De Comercio de los Estados Unidos "Guías Concernientes al uso de Endosos y Testimonios en la Publicidad".

Celebrate Poe
Rare Books

Celebrate Poe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 31:40 Transcription Available


Episode 143 of Celebrate Poe deals with some of the most valuable books/documents ever published.  This episode begins with George as a kid planning to “read every book in the library” and ends with his brief experience with an actual copy of Shakespeare's 1523 First Folio.  Rare Books also  deals with some of the most valuable books written by Americans (the most expensive might surprise you) and some of the rarest books written by English writers.00:00 Intro00:05 All the books in the library03:41 Guttenberg Bible05:59 Mormon publications/daVinci's notebook/documents09:55 The Great Gatsby10:52 In Our Time13:20 The Catcher in The Rye14:00 Tamerlane and Other Poems16:28 Pride and Prejudice17:28 Great Expectations18:15 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland19:20 Ulysses20:15 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone22:07 The Canterbury Tales22:56 The Hobbit24:44 William Shakespeare's First Folio26:21  Touching the First FolioWhat was the first book printed using moveable type?What was movable type important?What is the most expensive DOCUMENT ever sold?Who bought Leonardo daVinci's notebook?Who wrote In Our Time?Who wrote The Catcher in the Rye?What is the most valuable book ever written by an American writer?How many volumes was Pride and Prejudice first released as?What is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone known as in England?How many stories are there in The Canterbury Tales?Why was difficult to print copies of The Hobbitt during World War II?How old will Shakespeare's First Folio be next year?What did the Mills College copy of the First Folio sell for? 

TechnoRetro Dads
Enjoy Stuff: Godspeed Rebels

TechnoRetro Dads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 89:36


Every word of this podcast is wrong. Five years ago, a Star Wars movie premiered that may have divided fandom more than any that has come before or since. This week we revisit The Last Jedi and discuss what we liked, didn't, and how you can Enjoy Stuff!   Are you a fan of The Last Jedi? Do you pretend it doesn't exist? Or are you able to still be a fan, no matter what your opinion? This week we look at the divisive movie and break down the pros and cons….and have fun while doing it!   News RIP to some beloved educators and entertainers. Sesame Street's Bob McGrath and talented actress Kirstie Alley have passed away William Gibson's novel Neuromancer is coming as a series to Apple TV+ The Goonies house has sold for $1.5 Million to a real collector! Indiana Jones gets a name (Dial of Destiny) and a trailer   Make sure you check out our TeePublic store to get ready for the holidays and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying Shua thinks they made some good decisions on how to construct the new Disney+ Willow series. The warmth, humor, and slightly-lighter than you'd expect a fantasy is what he is looking for. Jay thought that the Leonardo DaVinci exhibit at the Biltmore Mansion in North Carolina was a very cool experience. Immerse yourself in the geniusness of the legendary artist.    Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Starship Troopers (1997) was a fun romp through a future where humanity is fighting for their lives against giant bugs that are the scourge of the galaxy! (Would you like to know more?) There are new locations for the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special on MCU Location Scout.   Enjoy Movies! In 2017 our Christmas present was another new Star Wars movie. Rian Johnson's The Last Jedi presented a very different idea of how a Star Wars story could be told. It's themes of failure as mentors, shades of gray, and hope are great messages in stories. The effects and designs were stunning. And the future of the galaxy was given a path.    Yet, the movie was not necessarily well-received (insert understatement here). Fans were torn as they moved to both sides of the spectrum further than ever before. Some didn't like the humor. Some didn't like the performances. And some really didn't like how our original heroes were treated.    Jay and Shua break down a lot of these discussion topics and expose themselves by sharing their opinion about the film.  Are you able to Enjoy The Last Jedi? Has it changed your perspective of fandom? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Reach out” will get a special mention on the show.  Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com  

Thư Viện Sách Nói Có Bản Quyền
Leonardo Davinci - Thiên Tài Toàn Năng [Sách Nói]

Thư Viện Sách Nói Có Bản Quyền

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 48:28


Leonardo Da Vinci - Thiên Tài Toàn Năng kể về cuộc đời của thiên tài Leonardo Da Vinci, theo diễn biến thời gian, từ khi sinh ra ở xứ Vinci, đến khi lớn lên theo cha đến Florence, rồi học việc tại xưởng vẽ của họa sĩ tài danh nhất tại đây – Andrea del Verrocchio. Khi đạt được những thành công nhất định, Leonardo rời Florence đến Milan, rồi từ đó, ông sống cuộc sống nay đây mai đó, di chuyển qua lại giữa các cung điện khắp nước Ý.Ông là một trong những đại diện xuất sắc nhất của nghệ thuật và khoa học thời kì Phục Hưng. Leonardo da Vinci không chỉ đam mê hội họa mà còn quan tâm nghiên cứu và tiến hành giải phẫu để tìm hiểu cơ chế vận động của cơ thể người nhằm vẽ tranh chân dung đạt được tính chân thực và sống động nhất. Ngoài ra, ông còn để lại rất nhiều ghi chép về các lĩnh vực từ nghệ thuật, khoa học đến triết học như nghiên cứu sinh vật, kiến trúc, tranh vẽ, tàu ngầm, máy đo độ ẩm, máy hơi nước, dù lượn, vũ khí…--Về Fonos:Fonos là ứng dụng sách nói có bản quyền. Trên ứng dụng Fonos, bạn có thể nghe định dạng sách nói của những cuốn sách nổi tiếng nhất từ các tác giả trong nước và quốc tế. Ngoài ra, bạn được sử dụng miễn phí nội dung Premium khi đăng ký trở thành Hội viên của Fonos: Tóm tắt sách, Ebook, Thiền định, Truyện ngủ, Nhạc chủ đề, Sách nói miễn phí cho Hội viên.--Tải ứng dụng Fonos tại: https://fonos.app.link/tai-fonosTìm hiểu về Fonos: https://fonos.vn/Theo dõi Facebook Fonos: https://www.facebook.com/fonosvietnam/Theo dõi Instagram Fonos: https://www.instagram.com/fonosvietnam/Đọc các bài viết thú vị về sách, tác giả sách, những thông tin hữu ích để phát triển bản thân: http://blog.fonos.vn/

Life Passion and Business
The Polymath and Celebrations

Life Passion and Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 13:15


What is a polymath?  Some people have never heard of the word polymath, and they need to. Many of the world's most famous scientists and thinkers were polymaths. People who had a wide range of interests and who could turn their hand to most things and explore it all. Think of Leonardo Da Vinci and many of the great thinkers who have changed our world. The derogatory name for a polymath is the jack of all trades and the master of none.   That was a label I carried for years, sort of given to me by my mother and hinted at by a few people over the years. That is the point have the ability to do many things, and it is time to celebrate my diversity. Our show today has no guest; it is about my polymathery and how the podcast is changing so that I can explore my passions and interest. Check out the show as we explore where we are going next. It is all very exciting. As I said on the show if you have thoughts, about or direction, a favourite show or you are a polymath. Please get in touch.    Further details about this podcast https://www.lifepassionandbusiness.com/the-polymath-and-celebration     Life Passion & Business is dedicated to exploring what it takes to be Extraordinary, to face challenges and rejoice in the opportunities they bring, and expand our vision into new ways of thinking and living. There is a lot to gain from listening to other people's stories, however, the real work begins by taking action in your own life. For full details of Events, Resources and Services visit: www.lifepassionandbusiness.com     Support For Podcasters: Running a podcast is fun, but it takes time and dedication. Whenever you enjoy a podcast please share your appreciation with comments, likes, shares and reviews. It helps other listeners find good content and supports the content creators and their guests. Another way you can support the Life Passion & Business podcast is with small donations: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeandpassion

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Humanities West Presents Leonardo The Scientist-Artist

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 66:43


Five centuries after his death, Leonardo Da Vinci is attracting more attention for his art, his science and his mechanical inventiveness than ever. Humanities West celebrates his continuing cultural contributions with an encore presentation of "Leonardo's Legacy," our February 2019 program, again featuring Martin Kemp, a world-renowned Leonardo scholar, who will treat us this time to his latest research on Leonardo's study of the science of optics and how that study influenced his artistic creations. And Deborah Loft will reprise her popular lecture, "Leonardo's Artistic Legacy: Homage and Irony," which looks at the visual elements that make his work distinctive, and follows his significance through time to our contemporary culture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dyslexia Solutions
Episode 183- ADHD Diet and Nutrition – Foods Your Child Can Eat and Foods to Avoid – Dyslexia Comorbidity - With Stefanie Thayer

Dyslexia Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 34:19


https://bit.ly/3K8UlDx Website https://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/ ADHD Diet and Nutrition – Foods Your Child Can Eat and Foods to Avoid – Dyslexia Comorbidity  - With Stefanie Thayerhttps://youtu.be/ZW7AJ7Mnx1oStefanie Thayer founded Live Your Life Out Loud to help guide others in simplifying health, family, faith and life! She has a background in psychology and project management, combined with a sport nutrition and health coach certification. Her desire is to help you get healthy and stay that way. You can stay up to date on all she is doing at: https://www.facebook.com/stefanie.s.thayer https://www.instagram.com/wellnesswithstef/ https://youtube.com/@liveyourlifeoutloudcoachinghttps://youtu.be/ZW7AJ7Mnx1o~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Dyslexia – A Trait of Genius Forty percent of self-made millionaires in the United States are dyslexic. Thirty-five percent of entrepreneurs in the United States are dyslexic. Alexander Graham Bell, Steven Spielberg, Walt Disney, Henry Ford, and Leonardo Da Vinci all had Dyslexia. I am saddened when I see kids fail in school because of an empowering thing like reading because dyslexic children struggle with reading. I believe if an environment would embrace reading, we would open up a world of opportunity for dyslexic people. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dr. Marianne Cintron is a Doctor of Education in Leadership and Administration, has two Masters Degrees and is a Dyslexia Specialist. She has twenty-three years' experience as an educator, is a speaker, an author, a You Tube and Podcast host. Dr. Cintron has over 200 hours of Orton Gillingham practicum hours with the Academy of Orton Gillingham for Practitioners and Educators (AGOPE). She tutors and speaks and enjoys training in OG. She speaks on “Dyslexia is a Trait of Genius - Unlocking the Genius of Your Dyslexic Child's Mind. And Dr. Cintron is unique in her use with classical music when she teaches reading with her Step By Step Reading program. Connect with Dr. Cintron 626-629-3024 or mcintron@stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com Landing Page for Scheduling and Subscribing You Tube https://bit.ly/3qXAbo7 You Tube Link to Dyslexia Solutions https://bit.ly/314YLGj Podcast - Link to Dyslexia Solutions https://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/podcast/ Amazon Store Trait of Genius https://amzn.to/33kVxCU Prisms of Brilliance https://amzn.to/3uO4zDA A Message of Hope https://amzn.to/3GI4wLN Social Media – Linked In - https://bit.ly/3LsPRIc https://www.facebook.com/mpcintron https://twitter.com/mpcintron16 https://www.instagram.com/mpcintron/ #Dyslexia #Marianne Cintron #Studentswithdyslexia https://bit.ly/3K8UlDx Website https://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/     Support the show

Fundación Juan March
Leonardo da Vinci: la música de lo invisible.

Fundación Juan March

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 25:47


Concierto/Viernes Temáticos: Música visual (II). Leonardo da Vinci: la música de lo invisible. . Pintor, escultor, arquitecto, ingeniero, pionero del vuelo, anatomista, científico: estos fueron, entre otros, los innumerables oficios con los que Leonardo da Vinci desarrolló su talento. Pero una de sus primeras biografías (Giorgio Vasari) ya señalaba que su primer trabajo fuera de Florencia había sido el de músico. En este concierto, se proyectan imágenes de creaciones de Leonardo mientras I Fagiolini interpreta obras, tanto de su época como posteriores, que incitan a contemplar el arte a través del prisma del sonido. Se plasma así en la práctica una premisa del propio Leonardo: “La música no puede considerarse sino la hermana de la pintura”. Explore en canal.march.es el archivo completo de Conferencias en la Fundación Juan March: casi 3.000 conferencias, disponibles en audio, impartidas desde 1975.

Cómo Diferenciarse
Así es una marca creativa – CREATIVIDAD #231

Cómo Diferenciarse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 19:09


Leonardo Da Vinci es considerada una de las personas más creativa de la historia. Su mente inquieta y su curiosidad le llevaron a ser pintor, arquitecto, escritor, escultor, filósofo, inventor, músico… Y muchas otras cosas más a lo largo de su vida. Y no solamente esto, sino que se convirtió en una referencia en varias […] La entrada Así es una marca creativa – CREATIVIDAD #231 se publicó primero en Toni Colom.

História FM
117 Renascimento: a história do movimento e seus desdobramentos

História FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 65:45


Quando se fala em Renascimento, normalmente a imagem que vem à mente das pessoas que têm ao menos alguma noção do que se trata é a de pintores e escultores geniais, como Leonardo Da Vinci e Michelangelo Buonarroti. No entanto, o Renascimento foi muito mais do que meramente um movimento artístico. Seus impactos vão da cultura e das artes à economia e arquitetura, em um contexto de resgate de uma antiguidade idealizada. E ainda há o debate sobre este ser apenas um de muitos renascimentos ocorridos em outros lugares. Convidamos a Prof. Sara Tatiane para conversar sobre esse movimento e responder essas e outras questões.

Sucedió una noche
Sucedió una noche | Lubitsch, Da Vinci y 'El conquistador de Mongolia'

Sucedió una noche

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 56:45


Es probablemente la persona con el mayor número de talentos en diferentes disciplinas que haya existido nunca. Leonardo Da Vinci fue pintor, escultor, ingeniero, anatomista, arquitecto, botánico, poeta, filósofo… y os vamos a contar también como ha dejado su huella en el cine y la televisión. Nuestra sección de aniversarios nos recuerda que hace 75 años fallecía uno de los genios de la comedia cinematográfica como fue Ernst Lubitsch, autor de películas como 'Ninotchka' o 'Ser o no ser'. Charlamos con la actriz Lola Marceli sobre cómo se hacen las escenas de desnudo en los rodajes y Jack Bourbon nos trae en “Cine incómodo” una de las películas malditas por excelencia del cine americano: 'El conquistador de Mongolia', cuyo rodaje tuvo lugar en una zona contaminada por la radiación atómica. 

Inquisikids Daily
Who was Leonardo da Vinci?

Inquisikids Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 6:23


Who Was Leonardo DaVinci? Join us today as we learn about Leonardo da Vinci and his art. Sources: https://www.history.com/topics/renaissance/leonardo-da-vinci https://www.britannica.com/biography/Leonardo-da-Vinci https://arthistoryproject.com/artists/leonardo-da-vinci/the-last-supper/ The Last Supper https://www.wikiart.org/en/leonardo-da-vinci/mona-lisa The Mona Lisa https://www.thinglink.com/scene/649387411842793474 Sketch of Ornithopter Send us listener mail! Send an audio message: anchor.fm/inquisikids-daily/message Send an email: podcast@inquisikids.com

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Founders
#277 Paul Graham's Essays Part 3

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 57:21


What I learned from reading Hackers and Painters: Big Ideas From The Computer Age by Paul Graham Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily (my new daily podcast)[4:00] How To Make Wealth by Paul Graham [4:01] Wealth is stuff we want: food, clothes, houses, cars, gadgets, travel to interesting places, and so on. You can have wealth without having money. If you had a magic machine that could on command make you a car or cook you dinner or do your laundry, or do anything else you wanted, you wouldn't need money. Whereas if you were in the middle of Antarctica, where there is nothing to buy, it wouldn't matter how much money you had.[6:00] All a company is is a group of people working together to do something people want.[7:00] It turns out, though, that there are economies of scale in how much of your life you devote to your work. In the right kind of business, someone who really devoted himself to work could generate ten or even a hundred times as much wealth as an average employee.[8:00] And the people you work with had better be good, because it's their work that yours is going to be averaged with.[9:00] In the Company of Giants: Candid Conversations With the Visionaries of the Digital World by Rama Dev Jager and Rafael Ortiz.  (Founders #208)[10:00] A very able person who does care about money will ordinarily do better to go off and work with a small group of peers.[10:00] Paul Graham's Essays (Founders #275)[11:00] What is technology? It's technique. It's the way we all do things.[12:00] Sam Walton got rich not by being a retailer, but by designing a new kind of store.[12:00] Sam Walton epiosdes#150 Sam Walton: The Inside Story of America's Richest Man by Vance H. Trimble.#234 Sam Walton: Made In America by Sam Walton.[13:00] Use difficulty as a guide not just in selecting the overall aim of your company, but also at decision points along the way. At Viaweb one of our rules of thumb was run upstairs. Suppose you are a little, nimble guy being chased by a big, fat, bully. You open a door and find yourself in a staircase. Do you go up or down? I say up. The bully can probably run downstairs as fast as you can. Going upstairs his bulk will be more of a disadvantage. Running upstairs is hard for you but even harder for him.[14:00] So few businesses really pay attention to making customers happy.[15:00] What people will give you money for depends on them, not you.[16:00] Hackers and Painters by Paul Graham[20:00] The other way makers learn is from examples. For a painter, a museum is a reference library of techniques. For hundreds of years it has been part of the traditional education of painters to copy the works of the great masters, because copying forces you to look closely at the way a painting is made.[21:00] Relentelssness wins. A great product has to be better than it has to be.[21:00] Relentlessness Wins: Many painters might have thought, this is just something to put in the background to frame her head. No one will look that closely at it.Not Leonardo. How hard he worked on part of a painting didn't depend at all on how closely he expected anyone to look at it. He was like Michael Jordan. Relentless.Relentlessness wins because, in the aggregate, unseen details become visible.[22:00] All those unseen details combine to produce something that's just stunning, like a thousand barely audible voices all singing in tune.[24:00] The right way to collaborate, I think, is to divide projects into sharply defined modules, each with a definite owner, and with interfaces between them that are as carefully designed and, if possible, as articulated as programming languages.[25:00] It turns out that looking at things from other people's point of view is practically the secret of success.[25:00] You only get one life. You might as well spend it working on something great.[26:00] The Other Road Ahead by Paul Graham [26:00] Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily (my new daily podcast)[29:00] Use your product yourself all the time.[29:00] Mind The Gap by Paul Graham[29:00] When people care enough about something to do it well, those who do it best tend to be far better than everyone else. There's a huge gap between Leonardo da Vinci and second-rate contemporaries.[32:00] Technology will certainly increase the gap between the productive and the unproductive.[33:00] So we should expect to see ever-increasing variation in individual productivity as time goes on.[34:00] Paul Graham's answer to how big of a difference can a single developer or a small team make?The answer is increasingly much. Increasingly much.Achrimedes said if he had a lever long enough he could move the world.Well nowawadys from your bedroom —thanks to all the infrastucture that exists — a combination of open source and services like AWS — the lever is enourmoulsy long.You could be sitting in your bedroom programming … a single person … and if you make something that people like and is novel it can really have a huge effect.That is very exiciting. You guys may take this for granted but anybody who is as old as me realizes how that was not the case 20 years ago.It will be interesting to see how far it goes because it is certainly not over yet.(How far can it go?)Always further than people expect.[37:00] Beating The Averages by Paul Graham [37:00] Paul Graham on Econtalk: I found that the interesting parts of programming you can't make scientific. [Startups are the same.] What makes a programmer good at programming is more like what makes a painter good at painting. It is something a little less organized. It is taste. A sense of design. A certain knack.[40:00] In business, there is nothing more valuable than a technical advantage your competitors don't understand.[40:00] A startup should give its competitors as little information as possible.[41:00] Taste For Makers by Paul Graham[42:00] Whatever job people do, they naturally want to do better.[43:00] It's surprising how much different fields' ideas of beauty have in common. The same principles of good design crop up again and again.[44:00] If something is ugly, it can't be the best solution.[46:00] In most fields the appearance of ease seems to come with practice. Perhaps what practice does is train your unconscious mind to handle tasks that used to require conscious thought.[48:00] "It is my opinion," Ferrari once wrote, "that there are innate gifts that are a peculiarity of certain regions and that, transferred into industry, these propensities may at times acquire an exceptional importance... In Modena, where I was born and set up my own works, there is a species of psychosis for racing cars." — Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans by A.J. Baime. (Founders #97)[50:00] The recipe for great work is: very exacting taste, plus the ability to gratify it.I use Readwise to organize and remember everything I read. You can try Readwise for 60 days for free https://readwise.io/founders/—Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily—“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested so my poor wallet suffers. ” — GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast

Money Making Sense
BONUS: Rick Steves Art of Europe

Money Making Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 14:34


If you are planning to travel and check out famous arwork, travel guru and author, Rick Steves, says learning more about what was happening when the art was created will give you a better appreciation of what you see.  Rick's latest book "Europe's Top 100 Masterpieces" and his latest PBS series "Art of Europe" will help you understand history and appreciate the art -- and it's free! You can follow this show on Instagram and on Facebook. And to see what Heather does when she's not talking money, go to her personal Twitter page. Be sure to email Heather your questions and request topics you'd like her to cover here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

With Good Reason
The Five Senses

With Good Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 52:00


In 19th century American cities, the smell of rapid industrial growth was overwhelming. This was particularly concerning, because at the time, people thought smells actually caused disease. Melanie Kiechle tells us about the official smell committees that were created to track down offensive odors and the lengths cities went to in order to cover those smells up. And: Buried in a folio of a 15th century monk's writing is a poem about the absolutely annoying noise of blacksmiths–not just the pounding of their hammers, but the gnaw and gnash of their voices. Adin Lears explores the noises of early English voices and writing. Later in the show: Leonardo DaVinci is often thought of as a painter who later became a scientist. But Francesca Fiorani argues that DaVinci was obsessed from his artistic beginning with the science of sight. Indeed, his paintings were a kind of lab experiment in light, shadow, and perception. Plus: We can learn a lot about cultures through their food. Kara Keeling and Scott Pollard have spent decades exploring the significance of food in children's literature, from Winnie the Pooh's honey pot to Ojibwe rice gathering in Louise Erdrich's The Birchbark House.

The Vault
Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters"

The Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 63:56


In this episode of the Vault, we hear Harry Berger's talk about Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters." Harry Berger was a scholar of Renaissance English literature who wrote books about art history, anthropology, and philosophy. He taught at UC Santa Cruz, where he was an emeritus professor until he died in 2021, at age 96. Since 1977, the New York Institute for the Humanities has brought together distinguished scholars, writers, artists, and publishing professionals to foster crucial discussions around the public humanities. For more information and to support the NYIH, visit nyihumanities.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Literary Studies
Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters"

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 63:56


In this episode of the Vault, we hear Harry Berger's talk about Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters." Harry Berger was a scholar of Renaissance English literature who wrote books about art history, anthropology, and philosophy. He taught at UC Santa Cruz, where he was an emeritus professor until he died in 2021, at age 96. Since 1977, the New York Institute for the Humanities has brought together distinguished scholars, writers, artists, and publishing professionals to foster crucial discussions around the public humanities. For more information and to support the NYIH, visit nyihumanities.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in History
Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters"

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 63:56


In this episode of the Vault, we hear Harry Berger's talk about Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters." Harry Berger was a scholar of Renaissance English literature who wrote books about art history, anthropology, and philosophy. He taught at UC Santa Cruz, where he was an emeritus professor until he died in 2021, at age 96. Since 1977, the New York Institute for the Humanities has brought together distinguished scholars, writers, artists, and publishing professionals to foster crucial discussions around the public humanities. For more information and to support the NYIH, visit nyihumanities.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters"

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 63:56


In this episode of the Vault, we hear Harry Berger's talk about Leonardo da Vinci and Vassari's "Lives of the Painters." Harry Berger was a scholar of Renaissance English literature who wrote books about art history, anthropology, and philosophy. He taught at UC Santa Cruz, where he was an emeritus professor until he died in 2021, at age 96. Since 1977, the New York Institute for the Humanities has brought together distinguished scholars, writers, artists, and publishing professionals to foster crucial discussions around the public humanities. For more information and to support the NYIH, visit nyihumanities.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Criminalia
The Heist That Turned the Mona Lisa Into a Star

Criminalia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 35:58


Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa has been described as, “the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world.” She's been immortalized in everything from Andy Warhol's pop art to Dan Brown's bestselling novel, The Da Vinci Code. But there was a time when the Mona Lisa was not well known, if you can imagine – and it took a man named Vincenzo Peruggia to launch her into stardom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Books in History
Eden Collinsworth, "What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait" (Doubleday Books, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:29


In the tradition of The Lady in Gold and The Hare with Amber Eyes, the remarkable history behind one of the world's most beloved paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine More than half a millennium ago, a young woman sat before a Grecian-nosed artist known as Leonardo da Vinci. Her name was Cecilia Gallerani, and she was the fourteen-year-old mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan. Her lover, a ruthless man, was aware that da Vinci's brilliance as a painter would not only capture his mistress's beauty but reflect his own political prowess. Indeed, with this beguiling painting--in which Gallerani holds a strange white ermine close to her breast--da Vinci revolutionized the genre, changing not just what a portrait looked like, but also its purpose. But despite the work's importance in its own time, no records of it from the three hundred years following Gallerini's death exist. In What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait (Doubleday Books, 2022), Eden Collinsworth illuminates the eventual history of this exquisite oil painting, as it journeyed from one owner to the next--from the brutal Milanese Duke to a Polish noblewoman to the Nazis, who added it to Hitler's private collection, to the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow where it is currently displayed. Along the way, Collinsworth reveals a bewildering maze of social alliances and cultural upheavals, polarizing political divisions and territorial fragmentation. Expertly researched and deftly told, What the Ermine Saw is an enthralling account of Renaissance Italy and its actors, a comprehensive study of artistry and innovation, and a reminder that genius, power, and beauty always have a price. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Eden Collinsworth, "What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait" (Doubleday Books, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:29


In the tradition of The Lady in Gold and The Hare with Amber Eyes, the remarkable history behind one of the world's most beloved paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine More than half a millennium ago, a young woman sat before a Grecian-nosed artist known as Leonardo da Vinci. Her name was Cecilia Gallerani, and she was the fourteen-year-old mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan. Her lover, a ruthless man, was aware that da Vinci's brilliance as a painter would not only capture his mistress's beauty but reflect his own political prowess. Indeed, with this beguiling painting--in which Gallerani holds a strange white ermine close to her breast--da Vinci revolutionized the genre, changing not just what a portrait looked like, but also its purpose. But despite the work's importance in its own time, no records of it from the three hundred years following Gallerini's death exist. In What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait (Doubleday Books, 2022), Eden Collinsworth illuminates the eventual history of this exquisite oil painting, as it journeyed from one owner to the next--from the brutal Milanese Duke to a Polish noblewoman to the Nazis, who added it to Hitler's private collection, to the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow where it is currently displayed. Along the way, Collinsworth reveals a bewildering maze of social alliances and cultural upheavals, polarizing political divisions and territorial fragmentation. Expertly researched and deftly told, What the Ermine Saw is an enthralling account of Renaissance Italy and its actors, a comprehensive study of artistry and innovation, and a reminder that genius, power, and beauty always have a price. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Scaling Up Business Podcast
Faisal Hoque — Everything Connects

Scaling Up Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 35:59


When mindfulness, creativity, and innovation come together, the result is powerful leadership and impactful inventions that can change the world.   Faisal Hoque is the founder of SHADOKA, NextChapter, and other companies that focus on enabling sustainable and transformational changes. Throughout his career, he has developed over 20 commercial business and technology platforms and worked with public and private sector giants.   His bestselling book, Everything Connects: Cultivating Mindfulness, Creativity, & Innovation for Long-Term Value (Fast Company), is currently #2 on Wall Street Journal and USA Today.   Faisal grew up in Bangladesh and his world travel has inspired him to write several books with a focus on individual and organizational leadership, creating long-term value, and resilience.   Deep, daily mindfulness about our intentions and actions is essential. Faisal highlights the example of Leonardo DaVinci — he was constantly striving to determine who he was as an artist, sculptor, engineer, and entrepreneur, and then apply it to his real life. Mindfulness about your value-add is absolutely essential as you work to make meaningful contributions in the world.   Generically, mindfulness applies to awareness of where our mind lands, but more specifically it applies to our self-awareness and acting intentionally rather than merely in reaction to external forces. Mindfulness impacts not only you but every relationship you are in.   Faisal calls empathy the foundation of transformational leadership. Leaders are self-aware, they are influential, and they are looking for ways to recognize and utilize the talents of others. Without effective mindfulness of the self, leaders can't expect to be effective in leading or inspiring others.   Interview Links: Faisal Hoque   Resources: 20,000 Scaleups Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Recruiter.com Short List (use code scaleup)   Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Scaling Up Coaches (formerly Gazelles). We share how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail.   Bill Gallagher, Scaling Coach and host of the show, is an international business coach who works with C-Suite leaders to achieve breakthrough growth.   We help leadership teams with the biggest decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth. Scaling Up is based on Verne's original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits.   Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then please leave a review! Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts.  

Creative Codex
33: Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci • Part 2: Treatise On Painting & The Vitruvian Man

Creative Codex

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 89:14


Imagine if you were a student of Leonardo da Vinci during the height of the Renaissance? What would you learn? All the secrets of oil painting, the hidden proportions of human anatomy, Leonardo's philosophy on life...Let's find out. On this episode, we explore Leonardo da Vinci's Treatise On Painting through three lectures on Proportion, Anatomy, and Color. We stumble onto the invention of 'orange'. And finally, we uncover unlock the secrets of The Vitruvian Man. Join me for this special two part series, as we dive into the thoughts, artwork, and paradoxes of Leonardo da Vinci's mind. A mind whose brilliance is exteriorized for us on the pages of these manuscripts. Visit the companion gallery for this episode here: https://mjdorian.com/notebooks/ --------- Research & Resources: • The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, edited by Edward MacCurdy (Definitive Edition in One Volume). (Digital version, Volume I: https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.283547 ) • Treatise On Painting, by Leonardo da Vinci (Digital version: https://archive.org/details/cu31924008661476 ) • Leonardo: The Complete Drawings, published by Taschen. • The Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, by Giorgio Vasari • Leonardo da Vinci, by Walter Isaacson. --------- Support Creative Codex on my Patreon and get access to exclusive episodes, including the Kurt Cobain series and all the Episode Exclusives: https://www.patreon.com/mjdorian --------- Listen to episode 2 of Creative Codex for more about Leonardo da Vinci's personal life. Available in the main podcast feed, titled: '2: Leonardo da Vinci's Secret'. --------- Thank you to my Dream Maker tier! Executive Producer: Mike Hill --------- Thank-you's & 'shout outs' to the Shadow Fam! Shadow-Fam: AKD, Angela Ramseyer, Anna Wolff, Aranea Push, Barak Talker, Carmella Cole, Corey, Clark Price, Clinton King, Dallas O'Kelly, DVM, Ellis Morton, Geo_H, Glen QuiltSwissy, Hamed Iranmehr, Hilde, Janet Roccanova, Jay, Jen The Atelierista, Jennifer Wilson, Joe Boland, Jye Marchant, Kahlil Pyburn, Kayla Dawson, Keith, Kristina Lamour Sansone, Maurus Fitze, Michael Lloyd, Payton, Rach, Rachel Schultz, Rebecca, Robert, Scott Wierzbicki, Sigitas Treciokas, Simon Bonanno, Sowmya Hariharan, Tim Sussss, Terry W, Deborah Meyers, and Yadie Cisneros. Thank you for your support! --------- Connect with me on social media for all the newest updates: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mjdorian/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mjdorian --------- All music written & produced by MJDorian. With one exception: Amadeus Mozart's Lacrymosa from Mozart's Requiem plays from 8:50-11:30. Performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Erich Leinsdorf. Creative Codex is written & produced by MJDorian. All rights reserved.

Intelligent Design the Future
Human Skeletal Joints—Engineering Masterpieces, Pt. 2

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 28:13 Very Popular


Today's ID the Future completes a talk by award-winning British engineer Stuart Burgess, who explains how the human ankle and wrist joints offer powerful evidence of engineering genius. Burgess is answering evolutionist Nathan Lents, who has argued that human joints are badly designed and, therefore, evidence against intelligent design and for Darwinian evolution's blind trial-and-error process. According to Burgess, Lents ignores—and seems to be ignorant of—the many ingeniously engineered features of our joints, leading Lents to make easily refuted claims. For example, Lents says an ankle with fused bones would be a superior design to a healthy human ankle. Not if the person hopes to play squash or tackle any number of other activities that require the suppleness and responsiveness of Read More › Source

Intelligent Design the Future
Why Human Skeletal Joints Are Engineering Masterpieces, Pt. 1

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 34:37 Very Popular


On this ID the Future, Stuart Burgess, one of Britain’s top engineers, explains how the skeletal joints in the human body are masterpieces of intelligent design. He also responds to claims by some evolutionists that human joints are badly designed and supposedly evidence of Darwinian evolution's blind trial-and-error process. This presentation was taped at the 2022 Westminster Conference on Science and Faith in the greater Philadelphia area, which was jointly sponsored by Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture, and Westminster Theological Seminary. Here in Part 1, Burgess focuses on the ankle joint, showing that it packs an extraordinary amount of functionality into a small space, beyond anything human engineers have managed to achieve either in prosthetics or robotics. Source