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The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Matt Conte -Outbound Lighting

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 48:16


This week we sit down with Matt Conte, Co-Founder of Outbound Lighting. Matt discusses the origin story of the business and details the benefits of Outbound's approach to lighting (hint: it has its origins in the automotive world). Outbound Lighting Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Outbound Lighting [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello, and welcome to the gravel ride podcast, where we go deep on the sport of gravel cycling through in-depth interviews with product designers, event organizers and athletes. Who are pioneering the sport I'm your host, Craig Dalton, a lifelong cyclist who discovered gravel cycling back in 2016 and made all the mistakes you don't need to make. I approach each episode as a beginner down, unlock all the knowledge you need to become a great gravel cyclist. This week on the show, we welcome Matt Conti, one of the founders of outbound lighting. You may remember outbound from a number of years ago when they originally launched the company via Kickstarter project. I, for one, pay a lot of attention to Kickstarter cycling projects. For some reason, I'm a sucker for them, and I was sort of curious, you know, with so many industry stalwarts in the lighting business, how this company was gonna make a mark. Well, they successfully funded the campaign and have successfully built a. Manufacturing in the United States, which is absolutely amazing. But what was equally amazing was Matt's description of the technology that he applied to the bicycle lighting industry. He came from automotive lighting and had a lot of, advanced engineering skills specific to how to light the world in front of you at night. And it was fascinating to just hear his take on the existing bicycle light in. Further how he evolved the very specific lighting options that outbound uses and offers customers. Today I've been using their helmet mounted light as well as their bar mounted light and definitely appreciate a number of things about the design that Matt will get into you for you during this episode. So I hope you enjoy it. And just a quick note, I apologize. A little bit of sporadic release of episodes these days. I've been traveling and had a ton on my plate, and it's been a real struggle to get to the editing and everything else involved in the podcast, so I appreciate your patience. There certainly will be another couple weeks towards the end of the year where I take off just to decompress, but look forward to getting many, many more great episodes out the door to you in the coming year. With that said, let's jump right into my conversation with Matt. Matt, welcome to the show. [00:02:16] Matt Conte: Hey, glad pleasure to be here. I'm [00:02:19] Craig Dalton: excited to dig in and learn a little bit more about outbound lighting. Why don't we start by just letting the listeners know where you are in the world, and then let's talk about what led to you starting outbound light lighting in the first place. [00:02:32] Matt Conte: Yeah, so we are located in just north of Chicago, Illinois in Skokie, just kind of a middle suburb and stuff. And then we got Tom, my co-owner. He's out in Olympia, Washington. Kind of the Mecca Mountain biking out there for him. Couldn't convince him to move to the city, unfortunately, but yeah, so we are, we got our headquarters here. It's where we design, assemble, ship, every bike light that we make. And yeah, I guess from like far as what got us to start this company like you sort of mentions that kind of interestingly, like I'm not that kind of guy who. Hardcore biker who saw an opportunity to make something. I came from the automotive lighting ex world. Used to design l e d headlights, off road lights stuff like that, like Baja trucks and things like that. And I was really into rally car racing where you're on gravel roads, slinging cars, and a hundred miles an hour at night through the woods to blast. But at the time I was kind of looking to how. Basically branch out and take my experience from developing lighting products to something else. I just kind of wanted to do my own thing. And so I looked at experimental aircraft. I looked at exterior architectural lighting and all that kind of stuff. And wasn't until a friend of mine posted on Facebook basically a selfie of him writing at night Asia being like, Oh yeah, I heard night riding. And I was like, Huh, that's. You got a couple headlights on your bike, like what is that? Like, what are you using? And oh, I got the night rider, 1800 pros, the best light out there, all that kind of stuff. And I looked it up and it was like 350 bucks and I was like, it's a flashlight. And talked to him for a bit, kind of like, Hey, can I come over and check this thing out? Kind of seems like this is possibly an opportunity to take what we, what I've done in the automotive space and bring it to bikes. And so yeah, he took me out on a ride and I enjoyed it. Had a lot of fun and kind of was like, Yeah, I could definitely do way better than this. And from there I designed a prototype gave it to him. He liked it, loved it. Ran a Kickstarter campaign, was able to wait enough money to pay for the initial tool in the product, and bought a bing, bought a boom. Five years later. Here we are and we've now got three different products. We've gone through a couple iterations of stuff and yeah, now the goal is basically just continue to build the best bike lights that we can using all of the experience that I used to have from the automotive sector. Interesting. [00:04:50] Craig Dalton: So that was, that goes back to, was it 2017 for that original Kickstarter [00:04:54] Matt Conte: project? Yeah, just about I think I was starting to kick the idea around like 2016 or so. And then, They drew out some sketches, made some models pro, pretty printed a bunch of stuff, and I was doing this all like after hours from my normal job. Kind of trying to keep those two things completely separate. And yeah, so it was about a six months, eight months of just prototyping, validating, doing a bunch of stuff until it was like, All right, we've got something that looks production enough. Let's make a Kickstarter campaign and let's see what happens. I kind of use that as sort of that litmus test of either all my friends and family are wrong and it's not really a great product, or we do have something that other people who are outside of our little in sphere of influence actually find useful and want to have and all that kind of stuff. So that was kind of my testing ground just to see if this is what people wanted and turns out enough people wanted it that we were able to get that started and into production and all that kind of. That's [00:05:53] Craig Dalton: such an interesting kind of validating ground for new products Kickstarter. It's, it's got both incredible advantages, but also risks in terms of like getting, getting your fundraising across the finish line, et cetera. [00:06:07] Matt Conte: Yeah, it's certainly not as good as it used to be. Like I feel like Kickstarter usefulness, we were on the tail end of it. Not as ma a lot of people have been burned in the past by products that just never came to market, all that kind of stuff, and. It was kind of a challenge to like advertise and get the word out that this is what we're doing. And it's even harder nowadays. I think Kickstart has sort of pivoted their entire model away from my products to artists and creators and games and all that kind of stuff. So yeah, it's certainly not as, not as good as it used to be but it's definitely one of the best spots to kind of figure. Is this what people want? Yeah. And it's sort of a low cost, low risk kind of method before you go and dump two 50, $60,000 worth of tooling just to find out that you don't have a market, which I'm sure some people have done that, unfortunately, but that's. The way it goes. [00:06:58] Craig Dalton: I do remember when the product came to market on Kickstarter, simply because I sort of follow Kickstarter and certainly bike projects on Kickstarter with a lot of interest. And it had me thinking about the sort of decades of bike lights that I have experienced or have in the garage dating back to when you used to have the battery in your water bottle cage. Attached by a wire to your headlight and if you could get 250 lumens out of that setup, it was sort of miraculous. Yeah. And then I remember the sort of escalation of lumens being the sort of main driver of innovation. Like the, the form factors weren't changing too much. I just kept seeing this escalation of lighting power so much so that you know, when you got up to even north of 500, 600 lumen. You were getting outshined from behind. If the person behind you had a brighter light than you, it created this weird shadow, and it was worse than having your own light on the bike because they were so powerful behind you. And I think we'll get into this a little bit, but they were very sort of flashlight like and very directional in their beams. So it's, it's interesting and I wanna get into it for sure, your form factor and how that evolved. But let's, let's start what, you mentioned that you had a cyclic fr cycling front. You kind of showed you his lights that were state of the art at that moment in time. What did you see in that light that, given your experience in the automotive industry, you felt was, you know, dramatic shortcoming and the thing you could improve upon very easily? [00:08:32] Matt Conte: Yeah, definitely. So the first thing that. I kind of noticed just because a lot of the bike lights were kind of similar to sort of like the cheap off-road lights that I'd see in the automotive side where it was basically just an l e d sitting inside of a reflect bowl. It's kind of your most common, typical. Standard flashlight type of optic. And the problem with that is that gives you one pattern. It's just gonna be a straight up circle. You're gonna have a tight hotpot from where all of the light was bouncing off through a reflector size and concentrating on the middle. And then you're gonna have like a secondary ring of all the spill light coming straight from the l e d. So you end up. A very concentrated hotspot, an outer sort of just dimmer ring, and then a hard, sharp edge around the outside. And that's sort of what creates that sort of tunnel vision effect, like when you're riding quickly with behind one of those kind of lights. Basically we have not done that in the automotive sector since the sixties. We've all been shaped light with lots of, I mean, if you look at any headlight on a car anywhere the ones that are super basic with just a reflective, even like the old hoens, they're all segment reflectors and they're all doing very little things to redirect the light into certain. Because the automotive lighting inject is so heavily regulated. You have lighting targets that you have to hit, you have to get a certain amount of light at zero degrees, zero left and right, and zero degrees up and down. Like it has to be a hundred. I'm thinking off the top of my head, like 200 Ls or something like that, but then off to the left by 15 degrees up, five degrees down, you have to have a certain amount of Candela requirements to legally sell a vehicle. So the D o T and all that kind of stuff have set up basically all these lighting standards for high beam, low beam turn signals, brake lights, every kind of lighting you can think of. It's been standardized for targets, but in the bike lighting world, Especially offroad kind of step, especially in the US It's kind of very interesting how Europe and US are completely segmented. We can get into that later, but in the US there's absolutely no targets. There's no requirements. So the goal there was always just build a brighter looking light. Not always necessarily make it more useful. And I kind of feel like that segment was always so small and niche. Nobody was taking the advanced software packages that we use in the automotive side to bikes because I have personally designed reflectors and stuff for clients and things like that, and it gets expensive really quick. The software package that we use costs 25 to $30,000 a year just to license because it's such a niche automotive specific lighting package. There's only maybe 50 companies in the world that are using it. But it is what lets us redirect and shape light the way it is. And so when I rode with those older night Rider lights, and I, I don't want to call 'em out specifically cuz pretty much every brand is almost the same. That kind of what I noticed that these were all just flashlights. They were the same beam patterns that you would expect. From a flashlight that you're gonna use around your house, walking down the woods and all that kind of stuff. And I saw that opportunity to basically be like, All right, let me sit here as a driver. Not so much a writer, but like, how do I, how would I approach this problem if I was doing this from an automotive perspective? I could, Okay, I'm gonna be my eyesight eyelines here. My lights mounted two and a half feet below me. Six inches in front. Okay. I know that I want to be able to see with a reaction time of 10 seconds while riding at 35 miles an hour, the fastest, like super fast downhill. I know that I need I know that in order to recognize an object, you need three to five looks of light. Okay? If I know I'm doing 35 miles an hour. And I want 10 seconds, I can figure out that distance that I need to have something illuminated with three to five lus and then backtrack that to figure out how much cannella that I need. And that sets my minimum target in the center. And then basically I can then shape the beam pattern so that we hit that minimum target so it feels bright enough. And then we take all the other lumens that we have and kind of spread that around so that we build essentially a wall of light. Which is exactly how we do it in the automotive sector. A lot of fine tuning and figuring out what targets we wanna hit at what beam angles. All right, let's go into our software programs. Let's spend a couple weeks iterating, optimizing, simulating all these different types of beam patterns. Tweaking, reflect your facets individually until we get what we feel is inappropriate beam powdering for that Pacific type of light. Then we can prototype it. Test. Make changes. It's a very iterative process there. But yeah, it was pretty much that first night ride that I had was very eye-opening as far as, yeah, like if this is the best we can do so much better. And there's so much more opportunity to develop good lighting, utilizing the automotive sector and bring it to bikes rather than being just another bike and enthusiast who's putting together a really bright l e. Into an off the shelf reflector and calling it a bike light kind of thing. So, that's kind of how I see like our paths to arriving here being a little bit different than other companies especially in the logging space. But it does seem like a lot of biking companies start from bike and enthusiast, which obviously that makes sense. And so that's kind of how we arrived to that point and got. Yeah, it's super [00:14:12] Craig Dalton: interesting taking it with a kind of first principal's fresh eyes look and taking what you learned in the automotive industry. You know, one of the, the sort of hallmarks of the outbound lighting visual is it's sort of wider. You know, you think of a lot of these lights and they're, you know, essentially akin to a flashlight or circular or just square light right in the center kicking out a lot of lumens. As you just described, the outbound lighting profile is quite a bit wider. What do you do with that extra space? You mentioned how you sort of can really fine tune where you want the, the extra lumens to go to, et cetera. What are you doing across that big visual front plate of lights? [00:14:51] Matt Conte: Yeah, so that's also kind of playing into the whole like physiological way that our eyes respond to light. Our eyes prefer very. Evenly lit spaces as you can kind of imagine, like when you're riding in, driving in a tunnel and you come outta the tunnel and you get that like big flash of brightness, how it takes a little bit for your eyes to like auto expose. I guess like from a camera perspective. The same thing happens when you're riding a night. If you're riding behind a light that's like very bright, the center and has harsh edges, when that light is moving around, like your eyes are constantly trying to balance. This bright object moving around in front of you versus when you have a very wide even beam pattern, it feels a lot more like daylight. And that's kind of like why we feel so comfortable right around in the day because everything is evenly lit from, not only from like where you're trying to look, but also all the ground in front of you from like where you're looking all the way out to the front of your tire. And so that is definitely like one of the biggest challenges. And as far as like developing an optic. Is to set up the, the beam, and again, the, the surfaces on these things have to be so precise. The tooling for them is very expensive, but it's part of like, why it's so good. Basically what we're doing after we set that target hotspot that we want to hit, then like you said, we're taking all that extra lumens and stuff. And then first of all, I'm trying to like make the lighting from the, where you're looking all the way to the front of your. As evenly as even as possible on the ground. So I'm able to basically set up like a sensor plane in my software for brightness and then set up like a driver perspective, or in this case a writer perspective. But since we use an automotive software, we're always using driver. So I set that up and then basically I'm able to like do cross sectional curves and make sure that we don't have any like weird ripples or really. Peaks which you can kind of see if you study a lot of different beam pattern all over the spectrum from like the cheapest lights to the most expensive lights. You'll see, like there's blotchy areas where lights just gets a little bit more concentrated. You might not notice it, but isn't until someone like me points it out kind of thing. But it's a really, really tough job to try and do that. And that's sort of like where I find the value in the software that we. To be so valuable because yeah, once we set like the ground plane to be evenly lit from the front of your tire all the way out you're looking, then that's where I try to expand the width and then more importantly, try to taper the brightness so that it's, you get all this peripheral spill light to decide that never shows up in pictures, never shows up in video because it's just so. That camera sensors can't really pick it up unless you start pull a Photoshop and brightening stuff and all that kind of stuff. But our eyes are incredibly sensitive optical in instruments, so our eyes start to pick this stuff up and then from the very outside corners, I very progressively try to ramp up that brightness to the center so it feels very smooth and progressive. And that's sort of one of those things. . That's why like when you shine one of our lights, like against the garage wall or the back wall, it's not gonna seem as bright compared to some other lights because we spread it out so much. But it is one of those things like once you're on a trail, on a road pitch dark, and you turn on our step and you give your eyes a few minutes to adjust, and it's one of those things that people just never wanna go back to another type of light. And it really is all those little. Details and days of simulating and tweaking and simulating and tweaking, and simulating, tweaking over and over and over that it really pays off. And I'm pretty sure that, I mean, I notice kind of like why our lives have been so well received. It's a, yeah, it's, it's something that no one else has really done before. Because it is a very expensive it of process that if you try to hire that out to somebody, . Like you have to give them the targets. You have to say, I wanted to be this bright, I've got this much light I can do, make it work and that, and I'll give you 10 or $15,000. And that guy's gonna do two days, three days worth of work and be like, Oh, here you go. Versus like us, we're obsessive about it. I've been up till two or three in the morning just simulating, tweaking. Cuz every time I simulate I'm like, All right, I'm gonna let this simulate. I'm gonna go to bed and be. Wait five minutes, like, Oh, but I'm so close. Let me tweak this again. And Right another five minutes, ah, if I just move this another degree to the left, it'll be all right. And then boom, three o'clock in the morning. And my wife's wondering why I'm not in bed yet. It's, it's that kind of obsession with lighting is like, it's why I enjoy what we do. I love what we're doing, making lights and all that kind of stuff. And I think that really shows in the products. And customer. Yeah, [00:19:39] Craig Dalton: there's a lot of, there's a lot of detail we can get into on the lights. So after the Kickstarter project goes off, you've, you've amassed a little bit of capital to presumably pay for some tooling and get some of the basic products off the ground. What was your vision for how you would, you would assemble the product? Where are the components coming from and did that change from the original Kickstarter first version to, to what you guys are doing now? [00:20:02] Matt Conte: Yeah, so. At first, like the previous company I was at before, we did a lot of stuff overseas. Just cause like the tooling's cheap, all that kind of stuff. And so initially, like after we ran the Kickstarter, we raised like 30 grand. I still needed like another 40, so I ended up getting a home equity line of credit against our house at the time. So I was literally betting the house on this working. Thankfully it did but. It was one of those things where I wanted to work with domestic tooling companies and all that kind of stuff. But the problem is, is that you need a lot of scale. So these guys usually don't even wanna like start talking to you until you're doing like 5,000 units, 10,000 units. At the time I needed 500. I just needed enough to get going. So in order to get the company off the ground, we had to go overseas as far as like getting the tooling going because they'll do the tooling cheap and they'll do it with low minimum quantities, cuz all they really care about is the tooling. While domestic suppliers are more for the recurring orders that come in every day or every quarter or whatever. And so we were able to get stuff started and make the initial shipments and all that kind of stuff. And the tooling, all the tooling was done overseas. The PCBs the actual printed circuit boards and the assembly was done still stateside. At the time I was using a company out in Kansas City. We've always kept the electronics state side because that's, that's the part of developing these products. Needs a lot of hands on experience and needs a lot of like quick turn reaction parts will be out of stock and alright, quickly we gotta find another resistor that can drop into this and all that kind of stuff. And that's where you need that good kind of communication lanes which don't always get going overseas, but when it comes to like a rubber strap or just a guy cast piece, like yeah, you can go overseas and do that kind of stuff. My goal was always to try and build the company up to the scale that we could do more domestic manufacturing. And we finally have kind of reached that point where we're building 10,000 EVAs this year, well, I think we did about eight or 10,000 this year. And once you get to about six to eight to 10,000 units per year, that's when domestic manufacturing makes a lot of sense. Not just from, but the tooling's gonna be more expensive. The lead time's a little bit longer, but the per unit cost is gonna be a little bit cheaper. And more importantly, you're gonna save a ton on shipping shipping, tariffs, all that kind of stuff. And so, as well as just being able to quickly react to different changes and things like that. So we now have a fantastic supplier out in Michigan. They, they do automotive components as their bread and butter, but they also like working with small manufacturers like ourself and. , we're able to now utilize a lot more advanced materials. We're using thermally conductive plastics and everything, which I think is an industry first. We're able to get it. It's one of those things, like the quality just gets so much better as you're able to bring things domestically, but you can't do that until you get the scale. And so it's kind of like a chicken before the egg thing where either you're gonna have a ton of money and you can do it right away and just make a big risk, which I couldn't do because we didn't have investors. We didn't have anything. It. Me betting the house against some tooling that I hope works in an industry that I don't have a ton of experience in. But now we've gotten to that point where every single new product that we develop is almost a hun a hundred percent stateside developed. We do all the assembly and manufacturing in-house. I've invested a lot into automation, robotics stuff like that. Mostly because I love playing with them. I'm an engineer and I love programming them and trying to figure out how to make things better, faster, quicker. Not just from lights, but also how we can build things better. So we're able to build 30,000 lights a year, which is one production guy overseeing three or four different robotics systems. Wow. That autonomously dispense grease. They autonomously sold. I've got an order right now for a cobot arm, so we're gonna have like an arm that's picking up pieces, snapping 'em together, checking the torque on all the screws, checking the force to snap those pieces together. Basically, you can turn it on on an optical sensor, make sure that the light output is exactly what it needs to be. If it's not great, kick it off to the side. Someone else will look at it. But for the most part, trying to do everything I can. Basically make this business run as smoothly as possible so that we can just continue to focus on building better products and as well as like the customer service and all that kind of stuff. Cause yeah, for me it's one of those things that as if you build a great product first, everything else becomes easy. If you build a product that just works every time, you don't need a huge customer service department that's handling warranties and all this kind of stuff. Build a product that's just simple to operate. You don't need complex instruction manuals telling you how to turn on the light. Like it's just turns on, it goes and all that kind of stuff. So to me it's kind of one of those things like we'll always spend the extra couple bucks on genuine components and all that kind of stuff automotive grade sealants and plastics so that this stuff just won't break. And if it does break, we just fix it. We just. You know, if it breaks, it's an engineering issue, we'll be able to figure out how to make it not break and we'll be able to work with our suppliers quickly to modify the tool, and three months later we'll have the product with that problem solved. And so our stuff is incredibly iterative. The product that you buy a year from now is probably gonna be very slightly different than what you would get today, just because we're constantly trying to stamp out every little issue that comes up. And so, Yeah. Yeah, I love [00:25:41] Craig Dalton: that. I love that that benefit of us manufacturing and having that tight relationship. So you can take the customer feedback if you're listening and just put it right back into the product. And sometimes it's minor, but it's always a step in the right direction, whether it's for performance, durability, [00:25:57] Matt Conte: what have you. Yeah, yeah, exactly. And it's, yeah, it's one of those things that it sounds easy on paper. It's shocking, like how many companies don't actually do that. Yeah. [00:26:07] Craig Dalton: Listening to customers is surprisingly hard and actually doing something about it, I found. [00:26:12] Matt Conte: Yeah. Yeah. It definitely is. But, you know, let's, [00:26:15] Craig Dalton: let's, let's talk about the, the outbound and lighting lineup as of today. What are the different models? And I'd love to just talk a little bit about the intention of the various [00:26:24] Matt Conte: models. Yeah, yeah. So like, that's sort of another one of those things that makes us unique in this space is, We make a different light for each specific purpose. We're not just making one light at three different power levels or five different power levels. We first, we've got our like bread and butter, which is more for mountain biking. Its so a trail evo that's like a handlebar mounted bike light that's designed to go into handle bars. It's pretty heavy, so it's not gonna fit on your helmet. And it's just an incredibly wide even beam pattern. So that you can be moving your handlebars, you know, 30 degrees to the left and you'll still be able to see where you're going. And then we have our hangover light, which is an ultra lightweight, very slim, low profile helmet light that's designed to go on your helmet can work on the handlebar, but it's not great because it is a narrower spot. Because wherever your head is pointed is probably your eyes are looking. So we can kind of take that beam powder and narrow it down. And still get, have half the lumens, but still the same peak output as I like handlebar light, if not a little bit more. That's so [00:27:28] Craig Dalton: interesting and, and sorry to interrupt Matt, but I, I spent a bunch of time with the, the helmet mounted light. The hangover recently Loved it by the way. And hearing you describe kind of the very purposeful difference, honestly, my entire lighting. I've stuck handlebar mounted lights on my helmet. Yeah, and there was no distinction between the two. It was just like, Okay, great. For the uninitiated night rider, like having a helmet light is important because as you turn your head, as you're going through sweeping corners, A lot of times, certainly with traditional lights, the the light on your bar can disappear. All of a sudden you're going through this arcing turn and you're actually not seeing the trail you're seeing off in the woods. And, you know, you've touched on this in a couple different ways. One, on your handlebar lights you've described how you've tried to purposely widen that, that lighting profile mm-hmm. so that you can turn that 30 degrees and still be in. But the addition of the handle, or sorry, the, the helmet mounted light just gives you that additional ability to kind of look even further. So from by my likes when I'm mountain biking, the ultimate combination is definitely that Evo Plus hangover helmet. Helmet mounted light. [00:28:38] Matt Conte: Yeah, definitely. And that's where those two lights, we also designed to work in concert with each other. So like, the exact same color tempera. Pretty similar being punched strain, so you're not like one light isn't overpowering the other, but it is once you're like looking off down into a hair pan or something like that, that's where it's like you get the brightness of the helmet light. But we make sure that the peripheral spill blends well enough that you're not ending up looking at like two distinct lights. Like it's still feels like an unbroken wall. And so that was like a really important part of the design constraints that we set up when we set the initial lighting targets. Both of these lights was they need to work well together, so, I think it was like 135 degrees off center is like what I aimed for. So basically you're looking your hand, the bars are dead ahead and you're looking like way back behind you. And I still wanted to make sure that there light was blending a little bit so it didn't feel like you saw a black hole basically in between. Yep. Where you're looking and where your hand of eyes are pointing. So it always feels unbroken. Cause as long as you do that, then your eyes are not gonna like. I keep saying like auto exposure, but it's not really the terminology. But basically your eyes aren't trying to adjust for the blackness here and the bright intensity. So as long as it keeps it unbroken. Yeah. Also it's like as you write with it longer, your eye, your pupils start to open up. Cuz they're so used to it, they're not having to contract and expand and contract and expand with the varying brightness levels. As long as it's consistent, you have people who can slowly expand and take in more light. So even though we're working with Lower Lu. Because we wanna have a longer battery life. By just having that unbroken wall of light, it ends up feeling brighter as you get used to it because of the fact that you were, i your eyes are physically opening up more and able to take in more light. Just like when you sit in a room for five minutes in the dark, your eyes start to open up and you can start to see a little bit better. The same thing effect happens with just dim lighting. And all that kind of stuff. And so that's sort of where that philosophy of make sure everything's evenly lit, ultimately ends up helping a lot more as far as like having to like feel a lot brighter, even though the numbers on paper don't seem that impressive. But of course that's one of those things that you can't really, you can't break that down into a one line item on an ad. You can't show that in a picture. You can't show that in video. It's one of. . You just gotta get out there. You gotta ride with it. You gotta try it. And so that's why like word of mouth for us is our biggest yeah. Seller pretty much. Well hopefully [00:31:10] Craig Dalton: this deep dive in the podcast will be a good mechanism for people understanding like the depth of the. Engineering that go into these products and the thoughtfulness that you guys have put in there. Yeah. I think at, before I interrupted you, you were gonna talk about the third lineup, Third light, your lineup. Yeah. [00:31:28] Matt Conte: Yeah. So that's our newest light which is called Detour. It's basically like a road beam headlight. It's designed for gravel riding and road riding. The main difference is being, is that it's, it's basically like a low beam on a car headlight. It's got a cutoff. Where, basically a horizontal line where the light doesn't go above it. So that way you can aim the light up and flat and still be able to see really far down the road where you want to go. Cuz you can put the brightest part of the beam right there, but you're not blinding oncoming traffic. Which is a big deal especially for gravel riders, road riders, or you're approach. Other rider coming towards you, pedestrians and stuff like that. Definitely don't really need it for mountain biking. Cuz a moose doesn't really care if you don't blind him or not. He's still gonna be in the middle of the trail. So, so yeah, that's our newest one. Which again, it's a very specific type of light. It's designed to be a hand of our light, designed to be front and center on your bike. And designed to be aimed in a certain way so that you're not blinding oncoming traffic and stuff. And that's still very wide beam pattern, very progressive lighting from where you're looking all the way out to the front of your tire. I've got side market lights and stuff, so you have better side visibility for traffic or things like that. But yeah, it's just another one of those like. We're not gonna come out with a detour of 1500 or detour 2000 like it's, that's, this is the light. It does around 1200 lumens. You're able to get a lot brighter hotspot because the fact that you, you're not putting half that light in the sky, but to get the cutoff beam pattern so it feels brighter than actually is, you can get good run times and all that kind of stuff. So, Yeah. Cause I was, it's still, [00:33:06] Craig Dalton: it still boggles my mind as someone who started out with a 200 lumen light back then as being like the pinnacle of performance that now you can get 1200 lumens in this incredibly small package. No battery, no external battery. It's all right in there. It's, it's just [00:33:23] Matt Conte: astounding. And you still get an hour and a half, two hours of run time and weighs, was it 135 grams or something? Yeah, and I mean we've got some other designs in play right now that get set even smaller. I'm really, that's sort of like, you know, looking towards the future. Cause you know, like you said, it, it started out with like halogens and car batteries. That was kind of how it started out 20 years ago, 30 years ago. And then IDs bulbs came in and they came out with a little really miniature IDs that again, they did 250, 300 lumens. But they were power sucks. As you waste most of that energy and just heat, like heat coming out of the lamp. But then in around 2005, 2006 is kind of when LEDs became a lot more mainstream. You were able to get them cheap enough that you could build cheap products with. So you saw that explosion, not only the automotive side. Cause that was like when I was really into that, went. The H I d Offroad Lights to Rigid Industries coming out with all their LED D stuff. And the same thing, the bike side. That's like when Night Rider came out, their first I think it was the new or the Lua, their first Lua, like 2005, 2006. Again, 300 lumens. 400 lumens maybe. All that kind of stuff. But then over the last 10 to 15 years, LEDs have gotten, I'd say there's about a five or 10 year stretch where LEDs just every year, just huge leaps. Huge leaps, huge leaps, and then kind of slowed down and stuff. Now the biggest technological leaps in LEDs have basically come from the miniaturization of them. So, And that ultimate that's been driven by the automotive sector, that the automotive sector requires smaller and smaller optics, which means that you need a smaller and smaller source, AKA D L E D. The l e d has to be as tiny as possible so that we can control the rays that are coming, the rays of light coming outta the l e d. So we can control that on a very small optic, and you can put that exactly where you need to. Cause if you put a huge l e. Inside of a tiny optic, you're just gonna get scatter everywhere. It's not gonna be well optimized and all that kind of stuff. So the automotive sector has driven the LEDs to become smaller and smaller and smaller, and they come out like the lumen values don't look impressive on paper. They'll be like, Oh, it's only 300 lumens on this. But that's kind of like why our trail Evo has nine of these LEDs. Cuz you can put these tiny, tiny LEDs into a tiny optic. And still get incredible beam control versus if you try to take like a Cree X H P 3.0 whatever, whatever the biggest l e D is that can do 1300, 2000 lumens, but it's massive. It's like a centimeter wide. You need a ginormous optical reflector to put that into for it to be of any use. Otherwise, you're just scattering light everywhere, uncontrolled. And you see that a lot on a lot of cheap lights. You could tell. They looked at the data sheet, they saw who? 1300 lumens. That looks great. And they're like, Well, let's just, but we gotta fit in this little thing, so let's just taste this l e d, slap it into that. Cool. We got a really bright light. And it's like, Yeah, but it doesn't do anything. Well, it's either extremely concentrated or it's just blown out. Uh um, and so, man, I kind of go off on tangents a lot if you can't tell So, yeah, like the technological jumps, LEDs have kind of slowed down a bunch. And now there's incredibly tiny, incredibly power dense and it's great for us, but there's not, there's not much more that LEDs can do. Like we've kind of reached the final form, I guess you could say. But the next big technological leaf that's gonna be really interesting to jump into is batteries. You know, all these automotive company, again, automotive is leading the, the sector to kind of then drips down into bikes. All of the solid state batteries that every single automotive company is investing into companies like solid power, all that kind of stuff. They're basically promising these batteries that can charge instantly, they can put out huge amounts of power. They won't be as affected by thermals as much. So you can run 'em really cold or really hot and they won't lose a lot of life. And just a lot more power dense. And so to me that's gonna be like the next big generational leap. Not gonna happen next year. It's not gonna happen two years from now, but maybe like five or six years. We hope that we can get, you know, 21 700 cell batteries in a solid state battery for a reasonable price. And that's, These bike flights can either be twice as bright for the same run time, or last twice as long for the same brightness. And that's gonna be, and also incredibly lightweight. Those graphing batteries, I think are like half the weight of a single 21 700 cell. Wow. So that's gonna be, that'd be refreshing. Yeah. And that's gonna be really exciting once those can start coming online. But again, that's probably five years until that becomes more mainstream. They have these technological breakthroughs that they keep promising. Thankfully it's not as vaporware as like hydrogen energy, but we're getting close I feel like. And so a couple [00:38:29] Craig Dalton: nuance things I wanted to point out before we let you go is correct me if I'm wrong, but you can actually charge the light while you're running it. [00:38:37] Matt Conte: Yeah, that's, Yeah. Which of the, [00:38:38] Craig Dalton: It may seem counterintuitive to people that, that doesn't exist across the board, but mm-hmm. , I'd say the vast majority of lights I've ever run. You could not have an external battery pack to kind of top it off if you needed to. [00:38:50] Matt Conte: Yeah. Yeah, pretty much most bike flights, you do have your external battery pack that you have to plug in into, and once you unplug it, it dies. Cause obviously you don't have any power or you plug it in, you can't turn it on because it's just simply charging. Or if you can plug it in and turn it on, it's just gonna be stuck in a low mode because the charging current going into the light isn't enough to like actually power the light. So what we've done knowing that we had a lot of customers who do 24 hour races and all that kind of stuff we do USBC pass through charging where you can basically plug in the light and sort of the way that we can do it is that the. Is being powered off the battery, but we're charging the battery with an external power bank. So you can technically, if you're running like Evo on high with a sort of a low current battery pack, you can technically outrun the battery pack and end up running down. But if you're running like a medium or low, you basically the battery pack charging the battery faster than the LEDs are pulling the power out. So we're not trying to do like a straight through, like the light isn't being powered by the external battery. The external battery package, charging the battery inside the light, which is then being used. So yeah, that was basically just kind of like, as one of those like customer requests, like, Hey, how can we use a cheap Amazon power bank to power my light? Can I do that? And like, Oh yeah, we, we can, I don't see why not. Like you just set up the charging protocols and all that kind of stuff so you could allow that to happen. It gets really complex. Turns out USB stuff is not as easy as it seems. All these like handshakes that have to happen between two different components and it's a real pain in the us But Tom, my co-founder or co-owner out in Seattle, he loves that stuff. So while I'm up at 3:00 AM tweaking beam patterns, he's up at 3:00 AM trying to tweak USB charging protocol. I love it kind of stuff. So yeah, that Love it. Unique features. Yeah. [00:40:47] Craig Dalton: The final detail I wanted to talk about was just the mounting mechanisms that you guys have designed cuz I found them to be very clever and slick and unobtrusive, which is not something I could say about a lot of the mounting mechanisms I've had to endure from other lights. [00:41:00] Matt Conte: Yeah, I mean, you should have seen some of the prototypes that we came up with before we landed on this one. They were large Oakley or Vinicky and not great. But the current one that we use for the Well, for Hangover, we just simply just use what everyone has used for the last 15 years, which is just a standard action camera. I can't officially say GoPro anymore because now they clamp down on that, but it's a GoPro mal. So everyone's used to that. It works great. Low profile. A lot of bikes have, It was built into it, so why not just make sure our helmet light works with that out of the box, which is why Hangover has. Action camera tabs on the back of it. But for Evo and Detour that mounting system was one of those like real hard design challenges because like, like we obviously buy like every single competitor light we can get our hands on. And all of them, they always have at least like one or two good design features. And I'm like, that's a good idea. I'm gonna just take this and put this in mind. But when it came to mounting, I literally could not find anything. I was like, This is great. Cause a lot of the mounting things were, if they were secure, they were really hard to put on. Like, you could not take 'em off with like a pair of thick winter writing thick winter writing gloves. Which for me, that's always been like a design standard. Make sure that we can operate anything on a light with a thick pair of winter writing gloves because most of our customers are ready at night in the. And it sucks to not have to be, not be able to turn on your light or mount it or anything like that. So we went through a lot of iterations trying to figure out how in the world we're gonna mount this light so that it can quickly be taken on and off and all that kind of stuff. Until one of my friends not related at all the bikes or anything, he's a big camera nerd. He like, Hey, you should look at man photos, camera lights, or camera mounts that were the tripod stuff. Super simple. People have used it for literally 40 years. I bought one of them. I'm like, Huh, this is a really good idea. Just a little, It's [00:42:57] Craig Dalton: so interesting that you say that. Now that you say that, I'm like, Oh yeah, that makes sense. I've seen that before and [00:43:02] Matt Conte: that's where I've seen it. Yeah. Yeah. So basically I took the man photo design. I checked photo patents. They all expired in like the late nineties. They patented like in the seventies or 80. And so with basically a free for all you could use it you're not gonna infringe on anything. And basically I took what they did, miniaturized it and tried to make sure that it works so that no matter what, you could have it mounted bird according to light. Disney just gonna fall to the ground. So we put in a little notches and stuff like that to capture it. But for the most part, it's a man foot camera. Designed for bikes or for bike lights. And so all of our lights or all of our handlebar lights have that basically standard n size on the back, a a man photo camera base plate that can slot right into our quick release mount and. Click it in, push it back, closes the plunger torsion spring snaps it shut, and you just push down in the lever to really secure it in place. Little serrated teeth with a big thumb screw that can again, easily be operated when you're wearing a pair of gloves. So you can adjust the beam angle without having to over tighten the amount or anything like that. Yeah, it's one of. The, that mount is on its third iteration. We've already got a fourth one in work right now cause we want to get rid of the, the he screw and all that kind of stuff. So we're gonna try to do like an overcame mechanism and everything. Yeah, it's, I don't know if you ever got to experience the first ones where I did 'em, amount of die cast aluminum and powder coding and ugh, that was one of those hindsight. 2020. I really wish I hadn't done that. But now, last fiber amounts. They work great. The smooth action, all that kind of stuff. It's again, goes back to that whole situation of like, every, let's just iterate. Let's quickly make changes. Don't worry that this cool tool cost five grand. Like we've gotta make the product good. If it's not easy to operate for customers, then no one's gonna like it. Yeah, and all that kinda stuff. So, [00:44:54] Craig Dalton: Awesome. Well, thanks for walking us through the lineup and that backstory. I love, I love hearing your journey. I love, it's sort of admirable to get out there and Kickstarter and put yourself out there on the line. As a former small business owner myself, I, I feel your, I feel that pain of when you mortgaged your house just to get the, the product off the ground and congrats for. Ultimately bringing it back to the US for manufacturing, as you mentioned, so many advantages there, let alone helping the economy, but just advantages that you can continue to roll out better and better performance and take that customer feedback to heart every time it comes through. Yeah, [00:45:30] Matt Conte: yeah, definitely. Yeah, it's always the golds yeah, it's, it makes business sense from a money profit standpoint, and it makes sense just from. The product standpoint, we're able to, and it's, the goal is to just continually advance ourselves further. So like these thermally conducted materials it was something I wanted to use for almost a decade. But we just never had the volume to justify it. Cuz I have to purchase three to 4,000 pounds of this material, just like the minimum order quantity, which is equivalent to like 10,000 units. And when you're starting out, you only have 500 or a thousand for the entire years, like, I can't, I can't justify that. But that's sort of our business goal is like just continually advance and kind of pull away from the competition by integrating these technologies that is not as easy to integrate from the start. Or you need the scale. So, yeah, that's where, yeah, we've got a lot of fun things planned. We've got a long list of things we want to do. We're trying to push into. Bike shops. Next year, like we finally, we've got our manufacturing dial. We've got the robots in place, like we can finally like outpace building from our retail website demand. So now we're kind of trying to expand into bike shops. We're getting like retail, this display developed and all that kind of stuff. And so that's sort of what we're hoping, you know, if anybody shot you listening, you can always go to outbound lighting.com and talk to us, get connected, get you all hooked up and everything. . Yeah. That's where if anybody ideas and stuff like that, always open to listening. If you email us, it's gonna be either come to me, it's gonna come to Tom, like there's literally four people in the company. That's it. And so it's very personable. You're gonna talk to a real person. We don't have any bots running, thankfully. . [00:47:05] Craig Dalton: Right on. Matt, thanks again for the time. I'll make sure everybody knows how to get in touch with you and super informative and congrats. [00:47:12] Matt Conte: Yeah, I appreciate it. It's been great chatting. [00:47:14] Craig Dalton: That's gonna do it for this week's edition of The Gravel Ride podcast. Big thanks to Matt for coming on the show. I hope you, like I did, learned a lot about lighting and the nuances around the lighting choices we can make as cyclists. If you're interested in supporting the show, you can visit buy me a coffee.com/the gravel ride, or ratings and reviews are hugely important. If you're interested in connecting with me, I encourage you to join the ridership. That's www.theridership.com. That's a free global cycling community. Tons of people, and interesting conversations going on in any given day. So I encourage you to join that. Until next time, here's to finding some dirt under your wheels.  

Rádio Gaúcha
Lula discursa na COP27, morre ex-jogadora de vôlei Isabel Salgado e mais destaques - 16/11/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 4:48


Lula discursa na COP27. Isabel Salgado, ex-jogadora de vôlei, morre aos 62 anos. Parque do Pontal, à beira do Guaíba, já tem data de abertura. Secretário de Saúde de Bom Progresso foi morto por motivação política, conclui Polícia Civil. A Nasa lançou o foguete mais potente do mundo para a Lua. Mais notícias em gzh.com.br

After the Deluge: An Unofficial Jackson Browne Podcast
9. I'm Wide Awake It's Morning, w/ Michael Tedder

After the Deluge: An Unofficial Jackson Browne Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 59:49


Michael Tedder is culture writer who's written for Stereogum, The Ringer, Esquire, Uproxx and many more. We talk about early 2000s Bright Eyes shows in Florida, war, emo-bashing, making a 70s record, flawed voices, Conor writes his big hit, Saddle Creek 50, Michael's coffee mug, Top-3 Saddest Horn Parts in Indie Rock History, Sufjan Stevens, Michael builds the Bright Eyes MySpace Music page live, "At the Bottom of Everything" to kick things off, Emmylou Harris & Jim James bring the HARMONIES, for Zoomers The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Bright Eyes are about the same, When We Were Young Festival, "Lua" is perfect, “Meeee— eeee—,” how long till Taylor Swift covers “First Day of My Life?,” Michael's new book (Top Eight, How MySpace Changed Music) comes out in Aug 2023 and can be preordered now. Michael Tedder: https://twitter.com/mtedder Justin Cox: twitter.com/routinelayup Patreon (extra shit and a Bright Eyes zine): patreon.com/afterthedeluge --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/afterthedeluge/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/afterthedeluge/support

Girls With Dogs
Who's Billy??? Billy Hoekman of Green JuJu Joins Us to Discuss Being Proactive About Dog Health

Girls With Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 66:23


In this video, Kimberly (Keep the Tail Wagging) and Cathy (Groovy Goldendoodles) catch up about our dogs and other things. Billy Hoekman of Green JuJu joins us to discuss their product line, fermentation, and being proactive about our dogs' health through nutrition.CHAPTERS:0.33 Catching Up2:29 Introducing Billy Hoekman of Green JuJu7:16 How Kimberly Met Billy8:03 Cathy Interviews Billy11:33 Billy Discusses Green JuJu Product Line16:45 Balancing Diets19:06 Raw Adjacent vs. Raw Feeder20:25 Billy's Wife (Funny Stories)23:10 Just Greens vs. Bailey's Blend26:26 Refrigeration Life of Green Juju Products28:50 What's a Nettle?32:33 Lua's Golden Paste / Bam's Beets and Ferments39:55 Benefits of Golden Paste / Beets; 55:35 Preventative Nutritional Care57:51 YuMove Senior Joint Supplement UpdateSHOUT OUT:Green JuJu Kitchen, https://greenjujukitchen.comAnimalBiome, https://animalbiome.comYuMove Senior Joint Supplement, https://amzn.to/3CKi2jgYou can  follow Cathy and Kimberly on their blogs to learn more about raising dogs:OUR BLOGS...Cathy: Groovy Goldendoodles, GroovyGoldendoodles.comKimberly: Keep the Tail Wagging, KeepTheTailWagging.comFOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK:Groovy Goldendoodles, Facebook.com/GroovyGoldendoodlesKeep the Tail Wagging, Facebook.com/KeepTheTailWaggingFOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAMGroovy Goldendoodles, Instagram.com/GroovyGoldendoodlesKeep the Tail Wagging, Instagram.com/RawFeederLifeMUSICChasing Rainbows by Sean Yukon, from Animoto - https://animoto.com/Support the show

Believe in Dog
How Billy Hoekman Became THE Dog Nutrition Guru

Believe in Dog

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 65:14


You might be surprised to learn that Billy Hoekman grew up without pets while eating take-out and fast food. Because today Billy is known for being THE Dog Nutrition Guru. Billy's life changed forever due when an adorable pug named Lua caused Billy to ask the question: What's the best thing for my dog to eat?  And he's been obsessed with answering that question for the past 15+ years.  As the Vice President of Nutrition and Communication for Green Juju, Billy is involved in formulation, product development, working with farmers, sales & marketing – and more.   So you might be surprised to learn that he worked for free for 2 years to get his foot in the door of the pet food industry. Billy and I also talk about misconceptions about the Amish, the #1 thing he wants Pet Parents to know about feeding their pets, and the special relationship he had with his friend and mentor, Jacqueline Hill (who recently passed away). We're also celebrating the 3rd anniversary of the Believe in Dog Podcast! Find Links, Show Notes & Photos at: https://believeindogpodcast.com/episodes-1/episode57

Good Beer Hunting
Scott and Whitney Selix of Lua Beer

Good Beer Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 51:26


In this episode we're taking a trip to Des Moines, Iowa, where Whitney and Scott Selix share with us stories of their hospitality careers and what it means to create an innovative tap list at Lua Brewing. It's that latter piece that caught my eye when I first came across Lua, with a lineup that includes traditional German and English beers alongside various hazy IPAs and slushee Sours. If like me, you may not know a lot about the brewing scene in Iowa, and Whitney and Scott offer context of being part of a growing beer culture where you can introduce a drinker to new styles with something like an English Mild, but you also have to provide access to something fun and different—like a “Blue Razz Electrolyte Sour” that as it turns out, wasn't the first take in Des Moines on that collection of flavors and ideas. As partners at Lua and in life, let's get to know a little more about this brewery and what it means for Whitney and Scott to make something special in a burgeoning market. This is Lua Brewing's Whitney Selix, president and co-founder, and Scott Selix, director of operations and co-founder.

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Supper Club × Neovim, Lua, RPC and Twitch with TJ DeVries

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 56:18 Very Popular


In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with TJ DeVries about his work on Neovim, programming in Lua, the benefits of RPC, live streaming your work day, and PDE. FireHydrant - Sponsor Incidents are hard. Managing them shouldn't be. FireHydrant makes it easy for anyone in your organization to respond to incidents efficiently and consistently. Intuitive, guided workflows provide turn-by-turn navigation for incident response, while thoughtful prompts and powerful integrations capture all of your incident data to drive useful retros and actionable analytics. Hasura - Sponsor With Hasura, you can get a fully managed, production-ready GraphQL API as a service to help you build modern apps faster. You can get started for free in 30 seconds, or if you want to try out the Standard tier for zero cost, use the code “TryHasura” at this link: hasura.info. We've also got an amazing selection of GraphQL tutorials at hasura.io/learn. Gatsby - Sponsor Today's episode was sponsored by Gatsby, the fastest frontend for the headless web. Gatsby is the framework of choice for content-rich sites backed by a headless CMS as its GraphQL data layer makes it straightforward to source website content from anywhere. Gatsby's opinionated, React-based framework makes the hardest parts of building a performant website simpler. Visit Gatsby.dev/Syntax to get your first Gatsby site up in minutes and experience the speed. ⚡️ Show Notes 00:36 Welcome 01:13 Guest introduction Teej_dv on Twitter TJ Devries Teej_DV on Twitch TJ on YouTube Telescope on GitHub Neovim on GitHub Syntax 508 with The Primeagan 03:15 The difference between Vim and Neovim 06:14 Why did you choose to write in Lua? Lua Luajit 13:26 What is adapative UI in Neovim? 17:38 Lunarvim and alternatives Fvim LunarVim 20:24 Personalized development environment PDE PDE Firenvim 22:40 Sponsor: FireHydrant 23:21 Benefits of RPC 30:34 Is working on Neovim your job? Sponsor Neovim Sourcegraph 31:30 What is your approach to streaming? 34:11 Did you go to school for computer science? 39:12 Sponsor: Gatsby 39:46 Supper Club questions System76 Pop Dactyl Manuform Keyboard Kit Jetbrains Mono 49:52 Sponsor: Hasura 50:47 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

Convidado
“O coração e os pulmões": Francisco Tropa no Museu de Arte Moderna de Paris

Convidado

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 7:41


A partir de amanhã até ao dia 29 de Janeiro de 2023, o Museu de Arte Moderna de Paris, acolhe a exposição “O coração e os pulmões" de Francisco Tropa.  A primeira grande monografia do artista português uma sala parisiense onde Francisco tropa cruza as referências à Antiguidade, à ciência, tecnologia e até à história de arte. A partir de amanhã até ao dia 29 de Janeiro de 2023, o Museu de Arte Moderna de Paris, acolhe a exposição “O coração e os pulmões" (“Le poumon et le coeur”, na versão francesa) de Francisco Tropa.  A primeira grande monografia do artista português uma sala parisiense onde Francisco tropa cruza as referências à Antiguidade, à ciência, tecnologia e até à história de arte. A exposição começa com a Terra, a Lua e o Sol inspirados no O Sonho de Cipião de Cícero. "Reúno aqui uma série de obras que têm uma relação entre elas. Portanto, houve uma escolha feita por mim e pela comissária da exposição [Jessica Castex] para criar uma espécie de frase que faça sentido e, portanto, aqui estão presentes obras que vêm desde 2015 até agora. A parte central é um bocadinho o coração da exposição, é uma obra inédita, é a primeira vez que é mostrada da forma como eu a imaginei. Aqui ela encontra-se na configuração que eu tinha pensado, numa sala sem luz exterior, sem janelas e com o tamanho certo. Há uma relação entre as obras mesmo sendo de datas ligeiramente diferentes e até de projectos diferentes. A parte central é de um projecto autónomo e as outras vêm de outros projectos que eu fiz. No entanto, foram escolhidas porque há algo que as une e que cria uma espécie de frase, que eu acho, que é facilmente lida por aqueles que a visitam. Todas as obras estão em movimento, são todas motorizadas e há esta sensação, espero, de estar a passar pelo interior do mecanismo. É essa ideia que coze os retalhos destes trabalhos que aqui estão reunidos. Esta ideia de mecanismo e de arte como um mecanismo que o nosso olhar activa." “O coração e os pulmões" apresenta-se na sombra ao ritmo das mecânicas, um princípio de repetição que permite ao visitante uma reflexão sobre a extraordinária funcionalidade do corpo humano. “Esta parte central que se chama "O coração e os pulmões" é constituída por quatro elementos simbólicos e cada um deles tem um nome. Os nomes são importantes porque dão pistas para a leitura dos elementos e para as suas relações e dão pistas para que o visitante consiga construir relações que não são só visuais.  Portanto, esses elementos são "paliçada" que são estes dois elementos que constroem um espaço; "polícia", estas duas figuras que estão numa espécie de um pedestal e que têm estas cabeças em cerâmica que rodam de maneira intermitente e aleatória. Depois, há esta figura que se chama "candeeiro", um candeeiro a gás que é também figura antropomórfica, é uma espécie de porta-estandarte que tem suspenso uma espécie de uns braços que se abrem onde estão posters de imagiologia médica. Por fim, há estes "iscos" que eu chamei iscos de caça em português, iscos de caça grossa. São pedaços de carne feitos em bronze e pintados. Têm esta função de apanhar o olhar, são iscos para para o olhar." Está patente a partir de amanhã e até ao final de janeiro a exposição “O coração e os pulmões" de Francisco Tropa, no Museu de Arte Moderna de Paris e integra a programação da Temporada Cruzada Portugal-França.

Hoje no TecMundo Podcast
Musk também resolve Rússia x Ucrânia, Record terá que pagar US$ 5 milhões - Hoje no TecMundo 11/10

Hoje no TecMundo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 9:53


As principais notícias de tecnologia de hoje são: revelado valor que Record precisa pagar aos hackers criminosos, Elon Musk propõe solução para conflito entre China e Taiwan, NASA diz que colisão pode ter formado a Lua em poucas horas e muito mais depois da vinheta. Confira!

Cara a Tapa
Wanderley Abreu - O homem que invadiu a NASA

Cara a Tapa

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 78:49


Wanderley Abreu invadiu a NASA aos 17 anos. Hoje trabalha pra ela, está no projeto que mandará uma mulher pra Lua e conta tudo sobre hackers e as urnas eletronicas.Support the show

Ghost Light Dice
Secrets of The Xomu Forest #6: The Bonds of Ka'Lua

Ghost Light Dice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 93:32


Arvan, Freaya, The Collector, and Ananias finally find the Bonds of Ka'Lua! But they are still holding the ancient being captive!!

Astrológicas
Céu da semana de 02 a 08 de outubro

Astrológicas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 31:26


A grande novidade da semana é que Mercúrio retoma seu movimento direto e muita coisa muda de direção. A Lua é crescente e ao se desenvolver pede mais responsabilidade, reconciliações e atitude. Diante de alguns desafios que podem se apresentar, é preciso agir com maturidade e responsabilidade. É preciso discernimento para perceber as fake news do momento e buscar profundidade e pesquisa em todos assuntos importantes - individuais ou coletivos. A semana pede, ainda, para colocar as coisas na balança e agir de forma ética, com respeito às opiniões alheias e consciência das consequências de nossas atitudes. Ao ouvir este episódio do Podcast Astrológicas, você terá o céu da semana traduzido por nossas astrólogas e apresentadoras, Isabel Mueller e Titi Vidal, que também oferecem dicas práticas para viver melhor os desafios e aproveitar melhor as oportunidades.

il posto delle parole
Stefano Raimondi "Kum! Festival"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 16:55


Stefano Raimondi"Kum! Festival"https://www.kumfestival.it/Il tema del fine vita chiude un ciclo aperto a suo tempo con l'edizione del festival dedicata a L'origine della vita.La crisi pandemica che ha colpito le nostre società non ha fatto che rendere più drammatica un'esperienza che interroga da sempre la vita umana. Come e più di tutte le soglie che la nostra avventura attraversa, l'ultima si carica di significati molteplici e proietta la sua ombra potente sulle precedenti.Ma il fine vita è ancora un momento della vita, un passaggio in cui è possibile fare qualcosa di sé, un'occasione in cui dare testimonianza di un'esistenza e raccogliere la testimonianza di chi l'ha accompagnata e la accompagna. Ecco perché il tempo della fine è un tempo enigmatico, apre domande etiche, scuote la politica, divide l'opinione pubblica, suscita controversie giuridiche, interroga le pratiche mediche e i saperi scientifici, sfida le più antiche tradizioni religiose.Così il festival allargherà lo sguardo per cerchi concentrici, estendendo l'interrogazione alla fine delle grandi narrazioni storiche, al tramonto di mondi culturali e assetti geopolitici, alla catastrofe climatica che sembra procedere inarrestabile, alla nascita e alla morte delle stelle e degli universi.Federico Leoni, Massimo RecalcatiKum! Festival, AnconaDomenica 16 ottobre 2022, ore 14:30Letture e Ritratti "René Char. La poesia mi ruberà la morte"con Stefano RaimondiCon lo speciale contributo degli allievi di Accademia 56Stefano Raimondi (Milano, 1964) poeta e critico letterario.Ha pubblicato: Invernale (Lietocolle, 1999); Il mare dietro l'autostrada (Lietocolle, 2005); Interni con finestre (La Vita Felice, 2009); Per restare fedeli (Transeuropa, 2013), Soltanto vive. 59 Monologhi (Mimesis, 2016); Il cane di Giacometti (Marcos y Marcos, 2017), Il sogno di Giuseppe (Amos 2019), Storie per taccuino piccolo piccolo (Scalpendi Editore, 2022). È inoltre autore di saggi critici: La ‘Frontiera' di Vittorio Sereni. Una vicenda poetica (1935-1941), (Unicopli, 2000), Il male del reticolato. Lo sguardo estremo nella poesia di Vittorio Sereni e René Char, (Cuem, 2007), Portatori di silenzio (Mimesis, 2012).Svolge attività di docenza presso la Libera Università dell'Autobiografia e Scuola di scrittura creativa “Belleville”. È membro del consiglio scientifico del Centro Studi e Ricerche sulle Letterature Autobiografiche della LUA di Anghiari. ). È inoltre tra i fondatori dell'Accademia del Silenzio e di LABB – Luoghi abbandonati, luoghi ritrovati. Laboratorio Permanente sui territori e le comunità (Università degli Studi di Milano).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Viracasacas Podcast
#294 "A melhor jabuticaba do mundo" - com Miriam Cabreira e Tezeu Bezerra

Viracasacas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 116:01


Saudações pessoas! No último Vira antes do 1º turno das star wars - digo - eleições de 2022, recebemos Miriam Cabreira, Presidenta do SINDIPETRO-RS e também, de volta à casa, Tezeu Bezerra, Coordenador Geral do SINDIPETRO-NF para falar disso que de certa forma só existe no Brasil...isso que faz com que golpes se arranjem de 2016 para cá, isso que tentam privatizar de forma ortodoxa a todo custo, isso que é tido por símbolo tanto de "corrupção" quanto de "orgulho" - e que não sai da cabeça do (por hora) Presidente Bozozó nem de seus acólitos como Adolfo Salsicha. Há um motivo para eles estarem há semanas fazendo selfie em frente de posto de gasolina e gravando stories que não respeitam nem a lógica, nem o câmbio monetário nem a Rainha finada...Esse foi o ano do combustível no centro máximo do debate, o ano da inflação que tirou o gás da nossa cozinha, o ano do caos numa era que parecia livre disso. Parecia por que...? Alguém sabe o que andou mudando nos últimos tempos...? Mercúrio? A Lua em Vênus? O desespero do governo que tenta se sedimentar é visível e estamos na boca do gol de muita coisa possível de giro, de cavalo de pau bem vindo. O papel da Petrobrás nisso tudo é um dos indicativos fortes do Brasil que queremos, que vamos querer, que voltaremos a querer. Pensar nela, e no que se tem feito para destruir o que nela é essa esperança, é nossa obrigação!

Astrológicas
Céu da semana de 25 de setembro a 01 de outubro

Astrológicas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 29:23


A semana inicia com a Lua nova em Libra, fazendo oposição à Júpiter, indicando a importância dos relacionamentos, parcerias, acordos, alianças e de questões relacionadas às leis, justiça e aos conhecimentos. Mercúrio, em movimento retrógrado, faz contato com Plutão, sinalizando capacidade investigativa e de diagnósticos precisos, como também transformações importantes na comunicação e nos pensamentos e ideias. Vênus ingressa o signo que rege, Libra, simbolizando soluções conciliatórias e estabelecimento de acordos importantes. Ética e relacionamentos estão em pauta. Neste episódio do Podcast Astrológicas, as astrólogas e apresentadoras Isabel Mueller e Titi Vidal falam das tendências da semana e como elas reverberam em temas pessoais e coletivos.

Spiritually Inspired
Spiritually Inspired show with Aluna Lua, plant medicine priestess.

Spiritually Inspired

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 50:39


Spiritually Inspired show with Aluna Lua, plant medicine priestess.Aluna Lua is a Brazilian plant medicine priestess and trusted advocate of the Brazilian indigenous people. She is a dedicated lightworker, fully devoted to serving the community as an entheogen educator, lifestyle artist, and master of ceremony.Lua has spent time with multiple indigenous tribes across the Americas and has been a student of different plant medicine cultures for the last twelve years. She embodies her messages and teachings in and through a professional expression of multidimensional art sharing her angelic voice and sacred dance.https://www.alunalua.com/Entheogenic Facilitation FREE eBookwww.alunalua.com/ebookYour Master Guide to Prepare and Lead Sacred Space when working with altered states of consciousness.What are psychedelic harm reduction principles you should be aware of while trip sittingThe Transformational Ceremony Cycle to best prepare, receive and integrate transformational experiences.Trip Map to best guide your future Journeys.Resources:www.claudiumurgan.comwww.patreon.com/claudiumurganclaudiu@claudiumurgan.comSubscribe for more videos! youtube.com/channel/UC6RlLkzUK_LdyRSV7DE6obQ

Bem Estar
Saúde dos olhos das crianças: dicas e cuidados importantes

Bem Estar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 27:33


Esse é o mês da conscientização do retinoblastoma, um tipo raro, mas muito agressivo de câncer ocular, mais comum em crianças. A doença ficou mais conhecida no início deste ano quando os jornalistas, Tiago Leifert e Daiana Garbin, divulgaram que a filhinha deles, Lua, tinha retinoblastoma. Lua recebeu o diagnóstico com 11 meses e atualmente está em tratamento para combater o câncer, que apareceu nos dois olhinhos. O casal encabeça uma campanha nacional para a conscientização sobre a doença. Ela pode ser diagnosticada com o teste do olhinho, que também mapeia outros problemas na visão das crianças. No episódio de hoje, além da prevenção do retinoblastoma, vamos explicar os problemas mais comuns de visão que podem acontecer na infância, como o estrabismo, a miopia e o chamado “olho preguiçoso”. Também falaremos dos cuidados que os pais devem ter com os olhos dos pequenos. E as telas, qual é o prejuízo que elas trazem para a visão e qual o limite de uso? Quem conversa com a gente é a Presidente da Sociedade Brasileira de Oftalmologia Pediátrica, a oftalmopediatra Luisa Hopker.

Astrológicas
Céu da semana de 18 a 24 de setembro

Astrológicas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 34:15


A semana é de Lua Minguante, um convite para desacelerar. A Lua só será nova dia 25, ou seja, até lá temos tempo para nos prepararmos, organizando as pendências e separando nossas melhores sementes. É uma boa semana para cuidar da saúde, retomar hábitos e mudar padrões. A saúde das relações também está em pauta e é hora de olhar com cuidado para cada uma delas. Isso inclui, também, relações de trabalho. A realidade está bem clara e ao encarar o que está acontecendo, também podemos mudar. Podemos resolver alguns conflitos durante a semana e retomar o prazer nas coisas do dia a dia. Algo novo também pode acontecer. Uma semana cheia de acontecimentos e aspectos importantes, que nossas astrólogas e apresentadoras Isabel Mueller e Titi Vidal contextualizam de forma muito leve e acessível, traduzindo mais este céu para vocês.

Actualidade - Renascença V+ - Videocast
31 jovens "astronautas" vão à Lua e a Marte num voo único

Actualidade - Renascença V+ - Videocast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 1:35


31 jovens "astronautas" vão à Lua e a Marte num voo único4ea27180-8636-ed11-a27c-a8

Ciência Sem Fim
BRASIL NA LUA - Ciência Sem Fim #112

Ciência Sem Fim

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 158:32


Lucas Fonseca e Pedro Pallotta são integrantes do Brasil na Lua, uma iniciativa que pretende enviar missões brasileiras para a Lua.

Lilibon Life
Busca tu equilibrio

Lilibon Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 33:28


El equilibrio es un estado en el que se ha logrado el balance entre dos o más fuerzas o situaciones. Constantemente como seres humanos estamos buscando que ninguna de esas fuerzas tenga el poder porque de ser así hablando de nuestro bienestar es cuando nos sentimos cansados, estresados, agobiados y lejos de vivir en el presente y en el agradecimiento cotidiano, es por eso que tengo en este episodio como invitada a Conchita Gonzalez fundadora de Lua Wellness Center un centro de terapias complementarias que nos ayudan a equilibrar nuestro sistema nervioso y bioeléctrico, mente cuerpo y espíritu para vivir nuestra mejor vida. Conchita diagnosticada años atrás con Lupus una enfermedad autoinmune y en sus búsquedas,se enamoró de las posibilidades de ayudarnos a encontrar el bienestar a través de todo estas herramientas (biohacks) que me encantan. Espero lo disfruten y los inspire a buscar su "Lua" que significa: la luz que llevas dentro.

The React Native Show Podcast
The React Native Show: Coffee Talk #5 – React Native Programming Languages

The React Native Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 24:14


In this episode of Coffee Talk, Łukasz Chludziński (https://www.callstack.com/team/lukasz-chludzinski) and Abi Thiao (https://github.com/abiciao) talk about various React Native programming languages. Łukasz and Abi discuss the whole spectrum of languages, ranging from: - very easy languages, for example, JavaScript and TypeScript - more complicated native languages, for instance, Kotlin, Java, or Swift, and - more exotic React Native programming languages, for example, Lua. Łukasz and Abi chat about the pros and cons of every language, share some fun insider facts, disclose which languages you should use to build a unicorn company, and reveal some exotic use cases. They also share some very, very dry jokes. Enjoy the Coffee Talk, and don't forget to subscribe to our channel for the latest knowledge on React and React Native.

NerdCast
Lá do Bunker 61 - Paquera espacial

NerdCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 42:26


Começamos o Lá do Bunker com o coração quentinho, falando sobre a volta de Brendan Fraser a Hollywood. Depois o papo vira espacial, quando batemos um papo sobre a missão Artemis, da NASA, e os novos passos de Star Wars para o futuro (ou para o passado). Para terminar, comentamos a aguardada estreia do anime de Chainsaw Man, que promete agitar a temporada de outono otaku. CITADOS NO PROGRAMA Brendan Fraser chora com recepção calorosa a The Whale no Festival de Veneza: https://jovemnerd.com.br/nerdbunker/the-whale-brendan-fraser-chora-festival-de-veneza/ The Rock escreve mensagem de apoio a Brendan Fraser após aplausos no Festival de Veneza: https://jovemnerd.com.br/nerdbunker/the-rock-mensagem-apoio-brendan-fraser-the-whale/ Tudo sobre o programa espacial Artemis, que deve levar humanos à Lua em 2025: https://jovemnerd.com.br/nerdbunker/artemis-programa-espacial-tudo-sobre/ Lee Jung-jae estará em The Acolyte, a nova série de Star Wars, diz site: https://jovemnerd.com.br/nerdbunker/star-wars-the-acolyte-lee-jung-jae/ Anime de Chainsaw Man ganha data de estreia no Japão: https://jovemnerd.com.br/nerdbunker/chainsaw-man-anime-data-de-estreia/ TELEGRAM Entre no nosso grupo do Telegram: https://t.me/CanalNerdBunker APRESENTAÇÃO Camila Sousa -- Instagram / Twitter Pri Ganiko -- Instagram / Twitter EDIÇÃO Doug Bezerra -- Instagram

Astrológicas
Céu da semana de 11 a 17 de setembro

Astrológicas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 30:31


Se começamos a semana sob os efeitos da Lua Cheia, durante a semana a Lua vai minguando e acalmando nossas emoções. Podemos ter o desejo de um pouco mais de recolhimento e solução dos nossos problemas. Podemos nos questionar sobre onde precisamos acordar e onde precisamos sonhar um pouco mais. Ou seja, entre o despertar para a realidade e o seguir sonhando, mas com o devido cuidado para não nos iludirmos. As paixões estão mais intensas e é preciso centramento para tomar as decisões do jeito certo. Neste episódio do Podcast Astrológicas, as astrólogas e apresentadoras Isabel Mueller e Titi Vidal traduzem mais este céu de forma muito leve e acessível.

Astrológicas
Céu da semana de 04 a 10 de setembro

Astrológicas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 29:04


No início da semana, o planeta do amor e dos relacionamentos, Vênus, ingressa o signo de Virgem, ressaltando os contatos de trabalho e o aprimoramento das relações. Desejaremos relações mais saudáveis e manifestaremos os sentimentos buscando ajudar quem amamos. Mas devemos ter cuidado com a crítica e a cobrança. No sábado teremos a Lua cheia em Peixes, plena de sensibilidade, emoção e intuição. É um momento em que buscamos tornar extraordinárias as experiências do cotidiano e que há o desafio de harmonizar razão e emoção (Sol em Virgem, Lua em Peixes). O planeta Mercúrio, que está em Libra, fica estacionário no sábado e irá retrogradar, sinalizando a importância de revermos assuntos que envolvem relacionamentos, parcerias e acordos, visando equilíbrio, mas sem deixar de olhar para temas desafiadores. As astrólogas Isabel Mueller e Titi Vidal dão dicas de como lidar com esses movimentos planetários, numa linguagem acessível e leve, mas com a devida profundidade que a Astrologia requer.

Camp Cryptid Podcast
Episode 40: Jack The Ripper Theories

Camp Cryptid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 34:08


In this episode Erica and Lua go over a brief history on Jack the Ripper and discuss a list of the craziest suspects and theories on who they believe the mysterious serial killer could be. In addition to this, there is some discussion on movies, media references, gaming and more that use Jack the Ripper's likeness. 

Canaltech Podcast
Por que a missão Artemis I da NASA está tão em alta?

Canaltech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 24:44


O programa começa com um papo sobre o programa Artemis, um projeto da NASA para colocar o humano de volta na Lua. Na manhã desta segunda-feira (29), a NASA faria o lançamento da missão Artemis I, sem tripulação, para testar o foguete SLS. Contudo, o lançamento foi cancelado e a gente conta tudo que aconteceu. No segundo bloco, o tema é a batalha entre Elon Musk e Twitter. O time jurídico de Musk intimou Peiter Zatko, ex-chefe de segurança do Twitter, a depor no processo entre as partes. Isso porque Zatko recentemente disse que a rede social tem falhas de segurança consideradas "flagrantes" na opinião dele. O último grande tema de hoje é sobre uma aquisição. A Sony comprou a empresa de jogos mobile Savage Game Studios e fundou um braço de desenvolvimentismo voltado para o mercado de jogos para smartphone. Um movimento inédito para a gigante dos games. Este é o Podcast Canaltech, publicado de terça a sábado, às 7h da manhã no nosso site e nos agregadores de podcast. Conheça o Porta 101: https://canalte.ch/porta101 Entre nas redes sociais do Canaltech buscando por @Canaltech em todas elas. Entre em contato por: podcast@canaltech.com.br Entre no Canaltech Ofertas: https://ofertas.canaltech.com.br/ Saiba mais sobre o programa Artemis: https://canalte.ch/tp2/p7m8k Este episódio foi roteirizado, apresentado e editado por Wagner Wakka, com a coordenação de Patrícia Gnipper. O programa também contou com reportagens de Alveni Lisboa, Lucas Arraz, Victor Carvalho e Lupa Charleaux. A revisão de áudio é de Gabriel Rimi e Mari Capetinga, com a trilha sonora de Guilherme Zomer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A História do Dia
Meio século depois, porque regressamos à Lua?

A História do Dia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 20:05


O lançamento da missão Artemis 1 é apenas o início de uma nova era de colonização do espaço. Para já é apenas um teste, em 2025 os humanos vão pisar a Lua novamente. Marte vem a seguir. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hoje no TecMundo Podcast
Preços do PLANO MAIS BRATO com propagandas da Netflix, Samsung sorteia celulares – 29/08/2022

Hoje no TecMundo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 11:10


As principais notícias de tecnologia de hoje são as seguintes: NVIDIA reduzindo preços das suas placas de vídeo, a NZN abrindo programa de estágio para você estudante poder trabalhar aqui com a gente no TecMundo, detalhes sobre os prováveis preços do plano da Netflix mais barato e com anúncios, e a Samsung sorteando 6 smartphones incluindo dois Galaxy S22 Ultra aqui no Brasil.

Redescoperă Evanghelia
Odihna credinței (Mesaje individuale)

Redescoperă Evanghelia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 32:04


IntroducereEvrei 3:7-4:16 (NTR & BTF2015)7 De aceea, așa cum spune Duhul Sfânt:„Astăzi, dacă auziți vocea Lui,8 nu vă împietriți inimile,ca în răzvrătire,ca în ziua testării în pustie,9 unde părinții voștri M-au testat,M-au pus la încercare și Mi‑au văzut lucrările10 timp de patruzeci de ani!De aceea M‑am mâniat pe generația aceiași am zis: «Ei întotdeauna se rătăcesc în inima lor.N‑au cunoscut căile Mele.»11 Așa că am jurat în mânia Mea:«Nu vor intra în odihna Mea!»“12 Fiți atenți, fraților, ca nu cumva vreunul dintre voi să aibă o inimă rea a necredinței, care să‑l îndepărteze de Dumnezeul cel Viu,13 ci îndemnați‑vă unul pe altul în fiecare zi, cât timp se zice „astăzi“, astfel încât niciunul dintre voi să nu se împietrească prin înșelăciunea păcatului.14 Căci am devenit părtași ai lui Cristos dacă într-adevăr ținem cu fermitate până la sfârșit convingerea noastră de la început,15 în timp ce se zice:„Astăzi, dacă auziți vocea Lui,nu vă împietriți inimileca în ziua răzvrătirii.“16 Căci cine au fost cei ce au auzit și s‑au răzvrătit? Nu toți cei ce au ieșit din Egipt prin Moise?17 Și pe cine S‑a mâniat El timp de patruzeci de ani? Nu pe cei care au păcătuit și ale căror trupuri moarte au căzut în pustie?18 Cui a jurat El că nu vor intra în odihna Lui, dacă nu celor care nu au ascultat? (Scopul lui Dzeu nu era ieșirea din Egipt, ci intrarea în moștenire, în odihnă)19 Vedem așadar că ei n‑au putut să intre din cauza necredinței.4:1 De aceea, din moment ce rămâne o promisiune de a intra în odihna Lui, să ne temem ca nu cumva vreunul dintre voi să pară că nu a beneficiat de ea.2 Căci și nouă ne‑a fost vestită Evanghelia, ca și lor, dar lor, cuvântul pe care l‑au auzit nu le‑a fost de niciun folos, nefiind amestecat cu credință în cei ce l-au auzit.3 Însă noi, cei care am crezut, intrăm în acea odihnă, așa cum a spus:„De aceea am jurat în mânia Mea:«Nu vor intra în odihna Mea!»“Deși lucrările Sale au fost terminate încă de la întemeierea lumii –4 pentru că a spus undeva, despre ziua a șaptea, astfel: „Dumnezeu S‑a odihnit în ziua a șaptea de toate lucrările Lui“5 și, din nou, în același loc: „Nu vor intra în odihna Mea!“6 Deci, fiindcă rămâne ca unii să intre în ea, și întrucât cei dintâi, cărora li s‑a vestit Evanghelia, n‑au intrat din cauza neascultării,7 El hotărăște din nou o anumită zi, – „astăzi“ –, zicând, prin David, după mult timp, așa cum s‑a spus mai înainte:„Astăzi, dacă auziți glasul Lui,nu vă împietriți inimile!“8 Căci dacă Iosua le‑ar fi dat odihnă, atunci Dumnezeu n‑ar fi vorbit mai târziu despre o altă zi.9 Prin urmare, rămâne o odihnă pentru poporul lui Dumnezeu.10 Fiindcă oricine a intrat în odihna Lui s‑a odihnit și el de lucrările lui, ca și Dumnezeu de ale Sale.11 Așadar, să ne străduim (să facem orice efort, să ne muncim) deci să intrăm în acea odihnă, pentru ca nimeni să nu cadă prin același fel de neascultare!12 Căci Cuvântul lui Dumnezeu este viu și activ (puternic), mai ascuțit decât orice sabie cu două tăișuri, străpungând până desparte sufletul și duhul, încheieturile și măduva și este cel ce discerne gândurile și intențiile inimii.13 Nicio făptură nu este ascunsă de El, ci totul este gol și descoperit ochilor Lui, înaintea Căruia trebuie să dăm socoteală.14 Așadar, fiindcă avem un Mare Preot Care a străbătut cerurile, pe Isus, Fiul lui Dumnezeu, să ne ținem tare de mărturisirea noastră.15 Căci n‑avem un Mare Preot Care să nu poată avea milă de slăbiciunile noastre, ci Unul Care a fost ispitit în toate felurile, ca și noi, dar fără păcat.16 Așadar, să ne apropiem cu îndrăzneală de tronul harului, ca să primim milă și să găsim har care să ne dea ajutor la vreme de nevoie.Dumnezeu promite lui Avraam cu 700 de ani înainte că poporul din sămânța lui va trece prin robie în Egipt, dar apoi va fi scos și dus în țara promisă. Și apoi Dumnezeu trimite pe Moise în robie la popor să le aducă această veste bună, să le predice evanghelia despre o țară promisă în care curge lapte și miere și în care vor merge și vor intra. Vor trăi în case pe care nu le-au zidit ei și vor mânca din vii pe care nu le-au plantat ei. Vești extraordinare! Parcă suna prea bine ca să fie adevărat.Ce s-a întamplat? Au ieșit din robia Egiptului și în câte zile au ajuns la Cades-Barnea? În 11 zile (Deuteronom 1:2). După 400 de ani de robie, Dumnezeu i-a vrut în țara promisă în 11 zile. Așa că aceste iscoade merg și inspectează țara și apoi se întorc și se răzvrătesc împotriva lui Dumnezeu zicând că ei nu vor intra în țară. Și aici în Evrei 3, Dumnezeu spune că ”părinții voștri m-au testat timp de 40 de ani. Nu Eu i-am testat pe ei, ci ei pe Mine. Timp de 40 de ani am încercat să îi duc pe acești oameni într-o țară unde nu aveau de muncit atâta ca să-și câștige existența, dar nu au vrut să intre.” Și apoi Dumnezeu spune că ”am jurat că nu vor intra în odihna Mea.” Foarte interesant! El nu a spus că ”nu veți intra în Canaan, ci că nu veți intra în odihna Mea.”Apoi pasajul spune că Iosua a dus poporul în țara Canaan până la urmă. Însă dacă această țară ar fi fost odihna lui Dumnezeu (v 4:8), atunci de ce Dumnezeu ar mai fi vorbit lui David mai târziu în Psalmii 95:7-8 despre o altă zi, adică astăzi, în care să nu ne împietrim inimile? Prin urmare, este și încă a rămas o odihnă pentru poporul lui Dumnezeu, adică pentru noi cei născuți din nou, în care suntem invitați să intrăm.Cred că știm multe despre credință, cum vine, cum funcționează, ce face credința, cum credința te catapultează în puterea lui Dumnezeu, cum credința te duce în promisiunile lui Dumnezeu și cum pentru a primi tot ceea ce Dumnezeu a dat, ai nevoie de credință. Dar înainte ca credința să facă toate aceste lucruri în viața ta, înainte ca credința să producă rezultate în viața ta, există un lucru pe care credința îl va face mai întâi de toate: credința te va conduce întâi în odihna lui Dumnezeu. Ce este odihna lui Dumnezeu?Odihna lui Dumnezeu este un loc, o dimensiune, sau un tărâm în care intrăm.Geneza 2:1-3 (NTR)1 Astfel au fost sfârșite cerurile, pământul și întreaga lor oștire.2 În ziua a șaptea, Dumnezeu Și‑a sfârșit lucrarea pe care o făcuse. El S‑a odihnit în ziua a șaptea de toată lucrarea pe care o făcuse.3 Dumnezeu a binecuvântat ziua a șaptea și a sfințit‑o, pentru că în ea S‑a odihnit de toată lucrarea pe care a făcut‑o în creație.În a șaptea zi Îl vedem pe Dumnezeu cum creează un tărâm al odihnei în care îl invită și pe om după ce îl creează la sfârșitul zilei a șasea. În grădina Eden era odihna lui Dumnezeu și omul avea de lucru, dar nu era o muncă grea cu transpirație. Tot ce făcea sau lucra, făcea dintr-un loc și un tărâm al odihnei.În Sabatul lui Dumnezeu, în odihna lui Dumnezeu, munca și căsătoria nu erau făcute din sau sub presiune, ci din plăcere. Când omul a păcătuit, el a distrus acea zi de odihnă sau, mai bine zis, a ieșit din ea. Tărâmul odihnei a rămas intact însă omul a ieșit din el și a intrat în muncă asiduă. Viața de căsătorie a devenit o muncă. De ce? Pentru că nu mai erau în acel loc de odihnă și pace. Căsătoria a fost proiectată pentru acel loc de odihnă, și la fel munca a fost plănuită în cadrul acelei odihne. Primul om care a reintrat în odihnăIoan 14:10 (NTR)10 Nu crezi că Eu sunt în Tatăl și că Tatăl este în Mine? Cuvintele pe care vi le spun, nu le spun de la Mine, ci Tatăl, Care locuiește în Mine, Își face lucrările Lui.Isus a fost primul om care a reintrat în odihna lui Dumnezeu. El trăia în mod constant în odihnă, permițându-i Tatălui să lucreze prin El.Odihna despre care vorbesc nu înseamnă o pernă pe care să dormi liniștit zile întregi și să te odihnești sau o vacanță în care te relaxezi. Este nevoie și de odihnă fizică însă nu despre asta e vorba aici. Isus în ziua de Sabat, o zi de odihnă, merge la un om care era culcat pe o pernă și îi zice: ia-ți patul și umblă.Oridecâteori Biblia vorbește de odihnă se referă la un tărâm, o dimensiune mentală constantă din care Isus funcționa. Credeți că Isus nu muncea din greu? E nevoie doar să citești prin Evanghelii și să încerci să faci o linie cronologică cu toate activitățile Lui dintr-o zi și ai să îți dai seama că nu stătea degeaba deloc. Însă era constant în tărâmul odihnei, în acea zonă a odihnei. Niciodată nu ai să-L vezi pe Isus într-o postură pietrificată, speriat, panicat sau impulsiv. Isus era enervant de liniștit. Vine Iair și îi zice că fata lui moare și Isus așteaptă și nu se grăbește, iar între timp fetița chiar moare. La fel face și cu Lazăr, prietenul lui cel mai bun. În locul lui Isus, când auzeam de Lazăr că e pe patul de moarte, ne apucam de rugăciune imediat și de porunci morții să plece. Însă Isus nu a făcut așa, ci a zis simplu că ”această boală nu este spre moarte”. Apoi în timpul furtunii pe mare, Isus doarme. Maria vine alarmată la nunta din Cana că nu este vin la nuntă. Ucenicii vin stresați că trebuie să hrănească pe cei 5000 de oameni. Însă Isus e calm și negrăbit în toate aceste circumstanțe. Cum putea Isus să fie așa? Nu era așa din cauză că era Dumnezeu, ci pentru că, a intrat în odihna lui Dumnezeu ca om și nu ca Dumnezeu.Adam nu se îngrijora deloc de existența lui sau cum să își câștige pâinea. Știai că Adam nu a lucrat niciodată pentru mâncare? Mâncarea pur și simplu îi venea, îi era dată în grădina Eden.Psalmii 127:1-2 (VDC)1 Dacă nu zideşte Domnul o casă,degeaba lucrează cei ce o zidesc;dacă nu păzeşte Domnul o cetate,degeaba veghează cel ce o păzeşte.2 Degeaba vă sculaţi de dimineaţă şi vă culcaţi târziuca să mâncaţi o pâine câştigată cu durere,căci preaiubiţilor Lui El le dă pâine ca în somn.Ideea nu este să nu muncești, ci să nu muncești din stres și frică că nu ai să ai de ajuns, sau să demonstrezi ceva oamenilor. În tot ce faci, dacă ești sub presiune și nu sub plăcere, atunci nu ai intrat încă în odihna lui Dumnezeu. Ce este totuși această odihnă?Odihna aceasta nu este loc fizic, ci un tărâm mental, după cum spuneam. Mutarea într-o altă țară sau schimbarea serviciului nu te vor duce în odihnă. Odihna aceasta nu este calmitate sau tăcere ascetică sau un loc seren liniștit. Odihna această nu e ceva similar cu yoga.Definiția odihnei lui Dumnezeu – O stare mentală și emoțională de liniște, siguranță, și bucurie generate de încrederea deplină în ceea ce a vorbit Dumnezeu în Cuvântul Lui despre toate situațiile și problemele cu care te confrunți ASTĂZI, că ele toate se vor rezolva în favoarea ta. Odihna nu este speranța că toate se vor termina într-o zi când vom ajunge în viața de după moartea fizică. Soluția pentru orice problemă din viața ta a fost platită deja de Cristos la cruce, e inclusă în jertfa lui Cristos și e la dispoziția ta acum.Pacea pe care Isus ți-o dă funcționează în furtună, în trafic, și în anularea unui zbor. Este o pace lucrătoare din tărâmul odihnei lui Dumnezeu. Odihna a fost creată pentru om. Vindecarea, protecția, prosperitatea se află în odihna lui Dumnezeu. Adevărata credință se manifestă prin această odihnă.Dumnezeu este un gentleman. Când tu crezi că poți să o faci, poți să-ți mărești credința, să te strofoci, El va da un pas înapoi. Isus spunea: Tatăl lucrează, de aceea vindec.Știți, de obicei, acest pasaj din Evrei despre odihnă se citește la înmormântări și se face aluzie la odihna din cimitir. Însă dacă ne uităm atenți la text, o să vedem că oamenii de acolo care au murit fizic în pustie, nu au intrat în odihna lui Dumnezeu. Și din această cauză au și murit.Odată un pastor stătea la masă cu un prieten de-al lui. Și în timp ce mâncau, pastorul primește un telefon în care este informat că a fost jefuită clădirea bisericii și că toată aparatura audio și video foarte scumpă a fost furată. După ce a terminat convorbirea, pastorul a pus liniștit telefonul jos și a continuat să mănânce. Prietenul lui, oarecum panicat, nu înțelegea ce se întâmplă și îl întreabă pe pastor cum poate fi așa de relaxat. La care pastorul îi răspunde: ”Diavolul poate să îmi fure boxele și toată aparatura, dar nu și pacea. Dacă rămân în odihnă, pot să obțin înapoi câtă aparatură vreau eu, dar dacă ies din odihnă, am pierdut totul.” Adevărata ispită a lui IsusAdevărata ispită a lui Isus nu a fost în realitate de mânca sau de a se arunca de pe templu, ci de a ieși din odihnă și de a-și demonstra Lui Însuși că e fiul lui Dumnezeu. Aveți idee cât timp și energie consumăm ca să demonstrăm ceva cuiva? Isus nu încercat niciodată să demonstreze nimic nimănui sau să se justifice. El a fost un tâmplar obișnuit timp de 30 de ani. Cred că asta spune multe.Tu vei deveni inconfortabil oamenilor când nu mai ai nimic de demonstrat sau de dovedit și nu mai încerci să construiești sau să menții o reputație în fața oamenilor. Nu vei mai încerca să împlinești toate așteptările oamenilor. Vei deveni inconfortabil pentru că vei pune limite așa încât să nu ieși din starea de odihnă. Uneori va trebui să spui NU la unele lucruri bune care altădată le făceai. Și mulți oameni nu vor înțelege asta și te vor vorbi de rău. Sunt convins că pentru majoritatea dintre noi, Isus a fost sau ar fi fost o persoană inconfortabilă în multe privințe. Curgerea puterii e în odihnăCând ajungi în acel loc de odihnă, intri într-o curgere a puterii miraculoase a lui Dumnezeu în toate aspectele vieții tale și a altora din jurul tău. Sunt foarte mulți oameni în trupul lui Cristos care au reușit cumva să funcționeze în darurile Duhului Sfânt, dar nu au intrat niciodată în odihna lui Dumnezeu și din cauza aceasta au eșuat în final, pentru că erau mereu sub o presiune de a performa. Acest lucru nu îi face profeți falși, ci profeți autentici care au pierdut odihna. Știți care a fost problema împăratului Saul în Vechiul Testament? Nu a așteptat pe Samuel, și a cedat presiunii poporului. Și Samuel îi zice: ”Problema nu este actul în sine că ai adus jertfa, ci faptul că tu ca și împărat, ca lider, ai părăsit locul odihnei lui Dumnezeu. Ca și lider, nu-ți poți permite să nu fii în odihna lui Dumnezeu.” Lucrarea lui Isus și a noastrăPsalmii 110:1 (VDC)1 Domnul a zis Domnului meu: „Şezi la dreapta Meapână voi pune pe vrăjmaşii Tăi sub picioarele Tale.” –Aici Dumnezeu, Tatăl Îi zice lui Isus (domnul lui David) să stea jos, să se așeze la dreapta Lui până când El, Tatăl, îi pune pe dușmanii lui Isus sub picioarele Lui. Descrierea serviciului lui Isus este să conducă națiunile lumii, adică să domnească. Dar l-ai văzut pe Isus vreodată stresat, timorat?În Efeseni, Biblia ne spune că și noi am fost elevați și ridicați să fim așezați pe același tron cu Isus la dreapta lui Dumnezeu. Tatăl îți spune și ție și mie: ”Hei, stai așezat până când eu pun toți dușmanii tăi sub picioarele tale.” Și ultimul dușman e moartea. Așa că este o lucrare a lui Dumnezeu care aduce dușmanii sub picioarele tale. Pace versus putereRomani 16:20 (NTR)20 Dumnezeul păcii îl va zdrobi în curând pe Satan sub picioarele voastre. Harul Domnului nostru Isus Cristos să fie cu voi!Nu Dumnezeul puterii, ci Dumnezeul păcii îl va zdrobi pe Satan. Noi credem că zdrobirea lui Satan e o chestiune de putere, dar aici zice că e o chestiune de pace.Pace se traduce cu irene în greacă și cu shalom în ebraică. Pacea este acel tărâm al finalității (unde totul este terminat, finalizat, complet), un tărâm unde nu lipsește nimic. Dumnezeul acelui shalom îl va zdrobi pe Satan. Odihna e o persoanăIsaia 9:6-7 (BTF2015)6 Căci un copil ni s-a născut, un fiu ni s-a dat, și domnia va fi pe umărul lui și îi va fi pus numele Minunat, Sfătuitor, Dumnezeul puternic, Tatăl veșnic, Prințul Păcii.7 Creșterea domniei și păcii Lui nu va avea sfârșit, peste tronul lui David și peste împărăția sa, pentru a o rândui și a o întemeia cu judecată și cu dreptate de acum înainte pentru totdeauna. Zelul DOMNULUI oștirilor va face aceasta.Matei 11:28-30 (VDC)28 Veniţi la Mine, toţi cei trudiţi şi împovăraţi, şi Eu vă voi da odihnă.29 Luaţi jugul Meu asupra voastră şi învăţaţi de la Mine, căci Eu sunt blând şi smerit cu inima; şi veţi găsi odihnă pentru sufletele voastre.30 Căci jugul Meu este bun şi sarcina Mea este uşoară.”Nu știu dacă ați observat că mai peste tot Isus spune: ”Veniți după Mine și urmați-Mă”. Însă aici, în pasajul de mai sus, pentru cei obosiți, El zice: ”Veniți la Mine, nu după Mine”. Pacea și odihna nu sunt o formulă, ci o persoană: Persoana lui Cristos. O singură ”muncă” în Noul TestamentEvrei 4:9-11 (NTR)9 Prin urmare, rămâne o odihnă pentru poporul lui Dumnezeu.10 Fiindcă oricine a intrat în odihna Lui s‑a odihnit și el de lucrările lui, ca și Dumnezeu de ale Sale.11 Așadar, să ne străduim (să facem orice efort, să ne muncim) deci să intrăm în acea odihnă, pentru ca nimeni să nu cadă prin același fel de neascultare!Există un singur lucru în Noul Testament pentru care trebuie să ”muncim” și ”să ne străduim”: să intrăm în odihnă. Muncește-te în fiecare zi să intri în odihnă (oximoron). De ce? Pentru că nu e ușor și nu e tendința naturală a creștinului. Cum să intri în această odihnă?Cuvântul lui DumnezeuEvrei 4:11-16 (NTR)11 Așadar, să ne străduim (să facem orice efort, să ne muncim) deci să intrăm în acea odihnă, pentru ca nimeni să nu cadă prin același fel de neascultare!12 Căci Cuvântul lui Dumnezeu este viu și activ (puternic), mai ascuțit decât orice sabie cu două tăișuri, străpungând până desparte sufletul și duhul, încheieturile și măduva și este cel ce discerne gândurile și intențiile inimii.13 Nicio făptură nu este ascunsă de El, ci totul este gol și descoperit ochilor Lui, înaintea Căruia trebuie să dăm socoteală.14 Așadar, fiindcă avem un Mare Preot Care a străbătut cerurile, pe Isus, Fiul lui Dumnezeu, să ne ținem tare de mărturisirea noastră.15 Căci n‑avem un Mare Preot Care să nu poată avea milă de slăbiciunile noastre, ci Unul Care a fost ispitit în toate felurile, ca și noi, dar fără păcat.16 Așadar, să ne apropiem cu îndrăzneală de tronul harului, ca să primim milă și să găsim har care să ne dea ajutor la vreme de nevoie.Cuvântul lui Dumnezeu aici e în contextul odihnei lui Dumnezeu. Dacă îi dai voie Cuvântului lui Dumnezeu să intre adânc în viața ta, El va face o discernere sau o cernere în gândurile tale și îți va spune: ”Asta e din suflet, cealaltă e din spirit; asta e pură informație, cealaltă e revelație”. Și apoi trebuie să faci o decizie. Și făcând asta constant, intri în odihnă!Dumnezeu știe toate gândurile și intențiile tale (v.13) și aceasta poate crea frică în tine. Noi punem tot felul de măști, încercăm să demonstrăm lucruri, și din cauza asta, stăm în afara odihnei.Și atunci ce facem? Versetul 15 spune că nu avem un Mare Preot Care să nu poată avea milă de slăbiciunile noastre. Versetul 15 putea foarte frumos să spună același lucru în felul următor: ”avem un Mare Preot care are milă de slăbiciunile noastre”. Însă folosind o negație dublă, autorul a accentuat și mai mult cât de adevărat este acest lucru. Noi venim în prezența Lui ca să primim har.Romani 14:17 (VDC)17 Căci Împărăţia lui Dumnezeu nu este mâncare şi băutură, ci neprihănire, pace şi bucurie în Duhul Sfânt.Când ieși din pacea lui Dumnezeu, tu nu funcționezi în Împărăție sau din Împărăție, ci te plasezi în afara Împărăției. Și nu mă refer aici la pierderea mântuirii, ci la viața de zi cu zi. Când ieșim din pace și bucurie, blocăm curgerea puterii. Și nu e Dumnezeu Cel care o blochează, ci noi.A-L căuta pe Dumnezeu și a face lucruri pentru El este bine. Dar între acest lucru și a deveni obosit, frustrat și iritat este o linie foarte subțire pe care aproape că nici nu știi când ai trecut-o sau de când ești acolo. Și în frustrare, presiune și iritare nu mai este curgerea și ungerea lui Dumnezeu! Vorbirea în limbiCu cât mai mult te disciplinezi și înveți să fii zilnic într-o atmosferă de închinare, rugăciune în limbi, ascultarea de predici, cu atât mai mult munca de a fi în odihnă este mai mică, și odihnă devine un stil de viață.Isaia 28:11-12 (NTR)11 De aceea, prin buze încâlcite și într‑o altă limbă,va vorbi El acestui popor,12 celor cărora le‑a zis:„Iată locul de odihnă!Lăsați‑l pe cel ostenit să se odihnească!Aici este odihna!“Dar ei n‑au vrut să asculte.O altă modalitate prin care te poți ”strădui” să intri în odihnă este vorbirea în limbi. Atunci când vorbești în limbi, pe langă multe alte lucruri pe care Duhul Sfânt le face, El predică minții și emoțiilor tale într-o limbă necunoscută, și astfel sufletul tău intră în odihna lui Dumnezeu.

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Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 5:36


A Corregedoria da Brigada Militar indiciou os três PMs envolvidos na morte de Gabriel Marques Cavalheiro, 18 anos, por homicídio qualificado, ocultação de cadáver e falsidade ideológica. O Senado aprovou o projeto de lei que determina a cobertura por parte dos planos de saúde de procedimentos que vão além da lista da Agência Nacional de Saúde Suplementar. A Nasa adiou o lançamento previsto para hoje da missão que levaria o homem de volta à superfície da Lua, 50 anos após o programa Apollo. O mercado de trabalho formal registrou um saldo positivo de 218.902 carteiras assinadas em julho, de acordo com os dados do Cadastro Geral de Empregados e Desempregados, divulgados pelo Ministério do Trabalho e Previdência. O Zaffari prevê para setembro o início das obras de um novo supermercado onde antes funcionava um Nacional na Avenida Wenceslau Escobar, na zona sul de Porto Alegre. Mais notícias em gzh.com.br.

Actualidade - Renascença V+ - Videocast
Foguetão que vai levar astronautas de novo à Lua é lançado hoje para primeiro voo de teste

Actualidade - Renascença V+ - Videocast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 1:35


Foguetão que vai levar astronautas de novo à Lua é lançado hoje para primeiro voo de teste

Astrológicas
Céu da semana de 28 de agosto a 03 de setembro

Astrológicas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 31:31


Iniciamos a semana sob a energia da Lua nova em Virgem, que fala da importância de novas ações vinculadas à saúde, ao trabalho, ao aprimoramento pessoal e da percepção do que é e do que não é saudável em nossa vida. Vênus está oposto à Saturno, representando a culminância de importantes processos envolvendo relacionamentos, valores pessoais, responsabilidades e amadurecimento. Podemos perceber limitações próprias e nas relações. É necessário delimitar e dar contornos mais concretos às situações. Relacionamentos sólidos se tornam ainda mais fortes, mesmo com os desafios inerentes deste momento. Mas relações frágeis apresentam dificuldades, havendo também uma lição de autonomia, amor próprio e solitude. Apenas no sábado é que teremos a Lua crescente, em Sagitário, um convite para nos alinharmos com os nossos ideais e verdades, buscando expansão, mas não descuidando das pequenas coisas do cotidiano. Neste episódio, as astrólogas Isabel Mueller e Titi Vidal dão dicas de como lidar positivamente com os posicionamentos astrológicos da semana.

Trópico utópico
Trópico utópico - Alvorecer - 26/08/22

Trópico utópico

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 118:58


Anexos al abecé de la música popular de Brasil en forma de compilaciones. Intervienen: Silvera, Patrícia Marx, Gal Costa, Eduardo Kusdra, Leo Fressato e Omelô, Raulzinho, Brasil Aquarius e Luiz Antônio, Mo’Horizons, Marietta Vital e Mairah Rocha, Mônica Salmaso, Zeca Baleiro, Sururu na Roda, Marcelinho da Lua & Martinho da Vila, Zé Cafofinho e Suas Correntes, Iconili, Rica Amabis, Jorge Ben, Maestro Cipó, Ivete Sangalo, Seu Jorge, Arnaldo Antunes, Wilson Simonal, Salinas, Gaviôes da Fiel y Marijo. Escuchar audio

Things Worth Learning
Neovim, with Jess Archer

Things Worth Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 59:50


Jess Archer's Twitter - https://twitter.com/jessarchercodesJess Archer's GitHub - https://github.com/jessarcherJess Archer's GitHub dotfiles - https://github.com/jessarcher/dotfilesJess Archer's Website - https://jessarcher.comJess Archer's Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrk0VncCvtJUtAVEdwYIE-AHow to turn Vim into a powerful and beautiful IDE | Jess Archer, Vimconf 2021 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=434tljD-5C8Airlume - https://airlume.app/Neovim - https://neovim.io/Neovim GitHub - https://github.com/neovimSponsor Neovim - https://github.com/sponsors/neovimVim - https://www.vim.org/vi - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ViVimtutor - https://web.archive.org/web/20100107121743/http://linuxcommand.gds.tuwien.ac.at/man_pages/vimtutor1.htmlVisual Studio Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/PhpStorm - https://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/Markdown - https://www.markdownguide.org/Matt's Book - https://mattstauffer.com/laravel-up-and-running/GitHub dotfiles - https://github.com/topics/dotfilesVimConf - https://vimconf.org/Jeffrey Way's Twitter - https://twitter.com/jeffrey_way?lang=enJeffrey Way's GitHub - https://github.com/JeffreyWayKinesis Advantage2 - https://kinesis-ergo.com/shop/advantage2/Bram Moolenaar's Website - https://moolenaar.net/Lua - https://www.lua.org/Practical Vim - http://vimcasts.org/publications/Drew Neil - http://drewneil.com/Taylor Otwell's Twitter - https://twitter.com/taylorotwellTaylor Otwell's GitHub - https://github.com/taylorotwellTailwind - https://tailwindcss.com/

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition
Modernize or Die® - CFML News Podcast for August 16th, 2022 - Episode 161

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 54:33


2022-08-16 Weekly News - Episode 161Watch the video version on YouTube at https://youtu.be/tsx07USLyPI Hosts:  Gavin Pickin - Senior Developer at Ortus Solutions Dan Card - Senior Developer at Ortus Solutions Thanks to our Sponsor - Ortus SolutionsThe makers of ColdBox, CommandBox, ForgeBox, TestBox and all your favorite box-es out there. A few ways  to say thanks back to Ortus Solutions: BUY SOME ITB TICKETS - COME TO THE CONFERENCE - Have a few laughs! Like and subscribe to our videos on YouTube.  Help ORTUS reach for the Stars - Star and Fork our ReposStar all of your Github Box Dependencies from CommandBox with https://www.forgebox.io/view/commandbox-github  Subscribe to our Podcast on your Podcast Apps and leave us a review Sign up for a free or paid account on CFCasts, which is releasing new content every week BOXLife store: https://www.ortussolutions.com/about-us/shop Buy Ortus's Book - 102 ColdBox HMVC Quick Tips and Tricks on GumRoad (http://gum.co/coldbox-tips) Patreon SupportGoal 1 - We have 38 patreons providing 100% of the funding for our Modernize or Die Podcasts via our Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutions. Goal 2 - We are 44% of the way to fully fund the hosting of ForgeBox.io News and AnnouncementsContentBox v5.3.0 ReleasedWe are so excited to bring you the release of ContentBox Hybrid CMS version 5.3.0. This might be the last release in this major series as we are beginning the push of the next major release of ContentBox v6. Here is our what's new guide with our full release notes.https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/contentbox-v53-released/ CBWire Updated Example AppNow with updated example app - clone the repo and start it up.Building modern CFML apps is a pain. ColdBox makes creating server-side apps easy, but what about the client-side? Front-end JavaScript frameworks like Vue and React are powerful, yet they also introduce complexity and a significant learning curve when creating our apps.What if you could create apps that look and feel like your Vue and React web apps but are written with CFML. Impossible, you say? Nay, we say!Introducing CBWIRE: Power-up your CFML!https://github.com/coldbox-modules/cbwire ICYMI - Lucee Release Roadmap, 6.0, 5.3.9 and 5.3.105.3.9 - Firstly, we have been working on the open regressions 11 with 5.3.9 and hope to release a quick RC this Friday.6.0.0-BETA - There are still a number of blockers which we still need to address, but we are getting very close.https://dev.lucee.org/t/lucee-release-roadmap-6-0-5-3-9-and-5-3-10/10810 ICYMI - WireBox Object Delegators are now born! WireBox Object Delegators are now born!  It's been committed with tests and hopefully this new design pattern will help you create beautiful object DSLs and just allow for less boilerplate in your code.https://ortussolutions.atlassian.net/browse/WIREBOX-131?atlOrigin=eyJpIjoiMGY4OTQwZGE2YTU5NGVkNGI2MDk5YzI1ZDM0MDA0ZGQiLCJwIjoiamlyYS1zbGFjay1pbnQifQ INTO THE BOX - Updates2 weeks left until the start of the Pre-Conf, the Workshop and 2 days of 2 track content. ITB Pre-Conference Schedule Finalized on the Website Last 3 sessions TBA Zac Spitzer - Lucee 5, 6 and beyond Javier Quintero - CBValidation Dan Card  - New Product - CFScribe New Sponsors Silver - TeraTech - Creator of CFAlive Podcast and State of the CF Union Survey Silver - WRIS - WRIS Web Services develops process improving web-based software and applications for businesses looking to expedite workflow and eliminate legacy, paper-based, manual systems.  BIG ANNOUNCEMENT COMING WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17th at 8AM Workshops are starting to fill up - don't miss your chance.https://intothebox.org/ New Releases and UpdatesICYMI - Lucee - Image Extension 1.2.0.1 and 1.0.0.44, isImageFile() invalid file locking fixedBugfix: locked temp image files - isImageFile()https://luceeserver.atlassian.net/browse/LDEV-3931When using isImageFile() for certain formats, if the file wasn't an image, Lucee was leaving the file locked.https://dev.lucee.org/t/image-extension-1-2-0-1-and-1-0-0-44-isimagefile-invalid-file-locking-fixed/10808 Webinar / Meetups and WorkshopsOrtus Webinar - August - Ortus Team - Into the Box Preview and Q&AAugust 26th, 2022: Time 11:00AM Central Time ( US and Canada )Join some of the Ortus HARD Core Team as they discuss all the great things coming to you from Into the Box, with the Pre Conference Online Sessions, Full Day Workshops and then the 2 day 2 track in Person Conference.The session will be informal, with Q&A from the chat, with maybe a couple of last minute surprise announcements.Register now: https://bit.ly/3cW6LlM Hawaii CFUG - OOP & ColdFusion Friday, August 26, 2022 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDTObject-Oriented Programming is common term in programming languages. It's a vast concept but to sum it up in a single line, it is a set of concepts and techniques that make use of the “object” construct, to write more reusable, maintainable, and organized code. Objects are implemented differently in every language. In ColdFusion, we have ColdFusion Components (CFCs) that can be instantiated to create objects.Anyone who has ever studied OOP must know that there are four main concepts, which are: Abstraction Encapsulation Inheritance Polymorphism https://www.meetup.com/hawaii-coldfusion-meetup-group/events/287606572/ Adobe Workshops & WebinarsJoin the Adobe ColdFusion Workshop to learn how you and your agency can leverage ColdFusion to create amazing web content. This one-day training will cover all facets of Adobe ColdFusion that developers need to build applications that can run across multiple cloud providers or on-premiseWEBINAR - THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2022 - THIS WEEK10:00 AM PDTMaking Games with Adobe ColdFusionMark Takatahttps://making-games-with-adobe-coldfusion.meetus.adobeevents.com/ WEBINAR - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 202210:00 AM PDTBuilding Custom Adobe Connect Pods with CF2021Mark Takatahttps://building-custom-adobe-connect-pods-cf2021.meetus.adobeevents.com/ FREE :)Full list - https://meetus.adobeevents.com/coldfusion/ CFCasts Content Updateshttps://www.cfcasts.comJust Released LogBox 101 - 1 new videos - https://cfcasts.com/series/logbox-101 Episode 12 - Categories https://www.cfcasts.com/series/logbox-101/videos/categories  2022 ForgeBox Module of the Week Series - 1 new Video https://cfcasts.com/series/2022-forgebox-modules-of-the-week 2022 VS Code Hint tip and Trick of the Week Series - 1 new Video https://cfcasts.com/series/2022-vs-code-hint-tip-and-trick-of-the-week  Coming Soon LogBox 101 from Eric Peterson - 2 more videos left! More ForgeBox and VS Code Podcast snippet videos Box-ifying a 3rd Party Library from Gavin ColdBox Elixir from Eric Conferences and TrainingRedis Hackathon on DevFrom now through August 29th, 2022, DEV has partnered up with Redis for a community hackathon that will give you the chance to build a new application using Redis or simplify a complex backend. Anyone who submits a valid project (including an official submission post, published on DEV) will be automatically entered to win a variety of fantastic prizes (including up to $2,000 USD).If you're familiar with our hackathons here on DEV, you know that the community has a lot of fun with them and gets pretty creative with what they build. Whether you've joined us in the past or not, we hope you'll throw your hat into the ring by participating in the Redis Hackathon on DEV!https://dev.to/devteam/announcing-the-redis-hackathon-on-dev-3248Docker - Community All HandsThursday September 1st, 2022 - 8am -11am PDTJoin us for our next Community All-Hands on September 1, 2022. This event is a unique opportunity for the Docker community and staff to come together. Don't miss out on this special meetup with community news, company and product updates, demos, language-specific tracks, and our first-ever virtual unconference.https://www.docker.com/events/community-all-hands/ Into the Box - Pre ConferenceAug 29th - Sep 2nd, 20222 sessions a day, 5 days in the week - 10 sessions totalConference Website:https://intothebox.orgInto The Box 2022September 6, 7 and 8, 2022 in Houston, TexasOne day workshops before the two day conference!Sign up for the workshops before they fill up - couple are almost filledConference Website:https://intothebox.orgCF Summit - OfficialAt the Mirage in Las Vegas, NVOct 3rd & 4th - CFSummit ConferenceOct 5th - Adobe Certified Professional: Adobe ColdFusion Certification Classes & Testshttps://cfsummit.adobeevents.com/ https://www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion-family/certificate.html Registrations are now open.Speakers are being listed on the Site - Brad, Luis, Gavin and Daniel from Ortus Solutions are in the list of speakers announced.Ortus CF Summit Training WorkshopColdBox Zero to MegaHero : REST APIs + VueJS Mobile AppOct 5th and 6th - After CF Summit ConferenceLead by Luis Majano & Gavin PickinPrice: $799 - Early bird pricinghttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/ortus-cf-summit-training-workshop-tickets-375306340367Location: Aria - In the luxurious Executive Hospitality Suite like 2019Into the Box Latam 2022Dec 5th or 7thMore information is coming very soon.CFCampNo CFCAMP 2022, we're trying again for summer 2023TLDR is that it's just too hard and there's too much uncertainty right now.More conferencesNeed more conferences, this site has a huge list of conferences for almost any language/community.https://confs.tech/Blogs, Tweets, and Videos of the Week8/16/22 - Tweet - Grant Copley - CBWire now with Included ExamplesHave you seen how easy reactive form validation is with #CBWIRE? Now you can with our included examples in the CBWIRE repo. github.com/coldbox-module… #CFML #ColdFusion #ColdBoxhttps://twitter.com/GrantCopley/status/1559551004626100224https://twitter.com/GrantCopley8/13/22 - Blog - Ben Nadel - Strangler: Building A Feature Flag System In ColdFusionFor the last month-or-so, I've been quiet on this blog. Much of that is, unfortunately, stress-related; but, much of it is also do to a small rabbit-hole that I fell into: Feature Flags. If you've followed this blog for any period of time, you've no doubt seen me rave about feature flags. At work, I use and love LaunchDarkly; but, LaunchDarkly is too expensive for side-projects (such as this blog). As such, I wanted to see if I could create a LaunchDarkly-inspired feature flag system for my own personal ColdFusion projects. I'm calling this proof-of-concept "Strangler" (as in the Strangler pattern).https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4307-strangler-building-a-feature-flag-system-in-coldfusion.htm 8/10/22 - Blog - Luis Majano - Ortus Solutions - ContentBox v5.3 ReleasedWe are so excited to bring you the release of ContentBox Hybrid CMS version 5.3.0. This might be the last release in this major series as we are beginning the push of the next major release of ContentBox v6. Here is our what's new guide with our full release notes.https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/contentbox-v53-released/Tweet - Daryl Ginn - Whats a good typeface other than Inter?I asked, "what's a good typeface other than Inter?"I received over 300 replies.Here's the most popular.https://twitter.com/darylginn/status/1559212268532862977https://twitter.com/darylginn 8/5/22 - Blog - Luis Majano - What native Redis Support in Lucee/CFML? Ortus Redis Extension v2.0.0 Released!We are very excited to bring you another release for our Redis Lucee Extension. This is a major release spawning research of over 9 months. We have done great strides in this new extension to not only bring you the best scaling capabilities via Redis, but also now to introduce to the CFML world: Real-Time messaging with Redis Pub/Sub! Here is our full release notes in our brand new documentation book: What's New With 2.0.0!Please note that if you have a license for a 1.x extension, you will need to upgrade your licenses to 2.x!https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/want-native-redis-support-in-luceecfml-ortus-redis-extension-v200-released/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=contentstudio.io CFML JobsSeveral positions available on https://www.getcfmljobs.com/Listing over 120 ColdFusion positions from 66 companies across 57 locations in 5 Countries.3 new jobs listed this weekFull-Time - ColdFusion Developer at Remote - Canada Aug 10https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/canada/ColdFusion-Developer-at-Remote/11507Full-Time - ColdFusion Developer (Part Time) at Washington, DC - United States Aug 10https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/united-states/ColdFusion-Developer-Part-Time-at-Washington-DC/11506 Full-Time - Web/Data Developer at Clinton,NY or Remote - United States Aug 09https://www.getcfmljobs.com/viewjob.cfm?jobid=11505 Other Job Links Ortus Solutions https://www.ortussolutions.com/about-us/careers  Tomorrow's Guides - Senior ColdFusion Developer - Remote (UK Based) https://www.tomorrows.co.uk/jobs.cfm  Hamilton https://apply.interfolio.com/110991  There is a jobs channel in the CFML slack team, and in the box team slack now too ForgeBox Module of the WeekOrtus Redis Cache Extension v2.0.0The Ortus Redis Extension is a native Lucee Extension that allows your CFML server to connect to a Redis server/cluster and leverage it for built-in caching, session storage, and NoSQL document storage.Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, hyperloglogs and geospatial indexes with radius queries. Redis has built-in replication, Lua scripting, LRU eviction, transactions and different levels of on-disk persistence, and provides high availability via Redis Sentinel and automatic partitioning with Redis Cluster. https://forgebox.io/view/5C558CC6-1E67-4776-96A60F9726D580F1 VS Code Hint Tips and Tricks of the WeekPresentation ModeA simple plugin to show your code properly in a presentationhttps://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=jspolancor.presentationmode ​ScreencastMode: https://community.vscodetips.com/jonaThank you to all of our Patreon SupportersThese individuals are personally supporting our open source initiatives to ensure the great toolings like CommandBox, ForgeBox, ColdBox,  ContentBox, TestBox and all the other boxes keep getting the continuous development they need, and funds the cloud infrastructure at our community relies on like ForgeBox for our Package Management with CommandBox. You can support us on Patreon here https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutionsDon't forget, we have Annual Memberships, pay for the year and save 10% - great for businesses. Bronze Packages and up, now get a ForgeBox Pro and CFCasts subscriptions as a perk for their Patreon Subscription. All Patreon supporters have a Profile badge on the Community Website All Patreon supporters have their own Private Forum access on the Community Website All Patreon supporters have their own Private Channel access BoxTeam Slack Live Stream Access to streams like “Koding with the Kiwi + Friends” https://community.ortussolutions.com/ New Patreon: Richard HerbetPatreons John Wilson - Synaptrix Jordan Clark Gary Knight Mario Rodrigues Giancarlo Gomez David Belanger   Dan Card Jonathan Perret Jeffry McGee - Sunstar Media Dean Maunder Wil De Bruin Joseph Lamoree   Don Bellamy Jan Jannek   Laksma Tirtohadi   Brian Ghidinelli - Hagerty MotorsportReg Carl Von Stetten Jeremy Adams Didier Lesnicki Matthew Clemente Daniel Garcia Scott Steinbeck - Agri Tracking Systems Ben Nadel  Richard Herbet Brett DeLine Kai Koenig Charlie Arehart Jason Daiger Shawn Oden Matthew Darby Ross Phillips Edgardo Cabezas Patrick Flynn Stephany Monge   Kevin Wright John Whish Peter Amiri You can see an up to date list of all sponsors on Ortus Solutions' Websitehttps://ortussolutions.com/about-us/sponsors Thanks everyone!!! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Camp Cryptid Podcast
Episode 37: Slashers, Comedy, and Body Horror Oh MY! Our Favorite Horror Films

Camp Cryptid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 52:41


In this weeks episode Erica and Lua discuss their top 5 favorite horror flicks while discussing their favorite flicks in different subgenres of horror. Gore, slashers, anime and more inside! Listen to find a new flick for your movie night or to see if we've tried your favorite! 

Coder Radio
478: Strange New Workflows

Coder Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 75:11


New Life Romanian Church
Victor Braica – Cina Domnului

New Life Romanian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


1 Corinteni 11:23-28 23. Căci am primit de la Domnul ce v-am învăţat; şi anume, că Domnul Isus, în noaptea în care a fost vândut, a luat o pâine.24. Şi, după ce a mulţumit lui Dumnezeu, a frânt-o şi a zis: „Luaţi, mâncaţi; acesta este trupul Meu care se frânge pentru voi; să faceţi lucrul […]

Rádio Comercial - Já se faz Tarde
Do Monopólio até à Lua para jogar à Sueca

Rádio Comercial - Já se faz Tarde

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


Do Monopólio até à Lua para jogar à SuecaFull2219http://podcastmcr.iol.pt/rcomercial/CXEUIIQY-788K-8F76-T5VY-GJX8NEGPE063.mp3

Uma estrangeira
Lua Barros

Uma estrangeira

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 57:58


No 68º episódio do podcast, a minha conversa é com a Lua Barros. Ela é educadora parental, especializada em equilíbrio emocional e disciplina positiva (muitos de vocês me perguntam sobre isso, vão lá conferir o que ela tem a dizer). A Lua e o marido dela, Pedro, têm a Rede de Amparo, que faz vários cursos, palestras e tudo o que você possa imaginar! E realmente essa ideia do amparo, do acolhimento, de entender o que os cuidadores passam é incrível! Nosso papo está fantástico, falamos muito sobre maternidade e essa questão da nossa identidade como mães. Você pode encontrar a Lua em: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/luabarrosf Site: https://redeamparo.com.br/lua-barros Livro: https://editoranacional.com.br/livros-buscar-detalhe/?id=480 Eu sou a Gabi Oliveira, antropóloga, mãe de dois e professora, e este é o meu podcast, “Uma estrangeira”. Você também pode me encontrar no meu instagram @gabi_instaaberto. Para contar o que você está achando do podcast, mandar sugestões, perguntas e acompanhar os episódios, é só seguir o instagram @umaestrangeira_podcast ou escrever para o email umaestrangeirapodcast@gmail.com. Este podcast é produzido e editado por Fabio Uehara (@fauehara) e revisado por Tatiana Yoshizumi (@tatisy). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/uma-estrangeira/message

Rádio Gaúcha
Usuários do IPE saúde terão descontos em farmácias, Anatel formaliza 5G e mais - 27/07/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 4:28


A Anatel formalizou a liberação da rede 5G em Porto Alegre e as operadoras telefônicas podem oferecer o serviço a partir desta sexta-feira. O ministro da Educação anunciou a demissão do presidente do Inep, Danilo Dupas, e na sua conta do Twitter revelou que o diretor Carlos Moreno ocupará o posto interinamente. O IPE Saúde fechou uma parceria com a Panvel para oferecer vacinas e medicamentos em um programa de clube de benefícios a partir de 1º de agosto. O MDB formalizou Simone Tebet como candidata à Presidência da República, por 262 votos favoráveis e nove contrários, em convenção virtual. A Nasa divulgou que uma sonda espacial descobriu poços na Lua em que as temperaturas interiores são estáveis e chegam a 17ºC. Mais notícias em gzh.com.br.

E Tem Mais
Exploração do espaço: missão à Lua e imagens de telescópio abrem novas frentes

E Tem Mais

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 25:45


Neste episódio do E Tem Mais, Carol Nogueira apresenta um panorama das mais recentes iniciativas e investimentos voltados para a exploração espacial. Lançado em dezembro do ano passado, o telescópio James Webb começou a enviar novas imagens do espaço nos últimos dias, e a expectativa é que as luzes infravermelhas captadas pelo equipamento ajudem os cientistas a compreender melhor a formação de estrelas, a atmosfera de planetas fora do Sistema Solar e a própria origem do universo. Na última semana, a Nasa também anunciou que pretende lançar no próximo dia 29 de agosto a primeira missão não tripulada de retorno à Lua. O projeto está inserido no cenário de uma nova corrida espacial, que inclui países como China e Índia, além de empresas como a SpaceX e a Blue Origin. Para descrever as expectativas e a importância dos novos capítulo da jornada humana em busca de mais conhecimento sobre o universo, participam deste episódio o astrofísico Rogemar Riffel, professor da Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), e o divulgador científico Pedro Pallotta, do canal Space Orbit. Com apresentação de Carol Nogueira, este podcast é produzido pela Maremoto para a CNN Brasil. Você também pode ouvir o E Tem Mais no site da CNN Brasil. E aproveite para conhecer os nossos outros programas em áudio. Acesse: cnnbrasil.com.br/podcasts.

Malt Couture
Batch 210: Michael Caine Brewing

Malt Couture

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 83:52


Alex and Michael do another episode by themselves. The bits are debatably better than last week's. It's a shorter episode than usual which is cool. They talk about beer stuff and then they drink beer and talk about it. Michael has to write these show notes while Stephen is gone.  Thanks to Lua Brewing for sponsoring the episode. Check out Lua at https://www.luabeer.com/ and on Instagram, @LuaBrewing. Head to our Patreon for weekly exclusive content! Patreon.com/DontDrinkBeer Get the Malt Couture Officially Licensed T-shirt! TeeSpring.com/MaltCoutureOfficialShirt DontDrinkBeer.com Instagram.com/DontDrinkBeers Instagram.com/MaltCoutureDDB Twitter.com/DontDrinkBeer

História em Meia Hora
Mitologia Egípcia

História em Meia Hora

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 30:59


Assistindo Cavaleiro da Lua mas não sabe nada dos deuses egípcios? Curte uma fofoca e um casos de família egípcio? Então separe trinta minutos do seu dia e aprenda com o professor Vítor Soares (@profvitorsoares) sobre o a Mitologia Egípcia. Se você quiser ter acesso a episódios exclusivos e quiser ajudar o História em Meia Hora a continuar de pé, clique no link: www.apoia.se/historiaemmeiahora - PIX e contato: historiaemmeiahora@gmail.com Apresentação: Prof. Vítor Soares Roteiro: Prof. Vítor Soares e Prof. Victor Alexandre (@profvictoralexandre) Edição: Victor Portugal. REFERÊNCIAS USADAS - As religiões que o mundo esqueceu – Pedro Paulo Funari (org.) - Os Deuses do Egito – Claude Traunecker - Religião e magia no Antigo Egito – Rosalie David - Cultos e ritos no Egito Antigo | Canal Parabólica (@opedroreno) - Deuses do Egito Antigo | Canal Arqueologia pelo Mundo (@marciajamille) #historia #história #podcastdehistoria

Brad & Will Made a Tech Pod.
138: Crank: The Unofficial Game of the Movie

Brad & Will Made a Tech Pod.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 56:07 Very Popular


We've been mulling the idea of donning our game dev hats and attempting to make our own little Playdate game as an educational exercise, and this week we commit ourselves to this task publicly with a consideration of the hardware and controls at our disposal, followed by a bunch of brainstorming different game ideas. Plus, a few interludes about the coming dominance of 40Hz games, Will's shocking ignorance of gorilla.bas, and some other fun stuff!Support the Pod! Contribute to the Tech Pod Patreon and get access to our booming Discord, your name in the credits, and other great benefits! You can support the show at: https://patreon.com/techpod

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136: The Hubble-ub

Brad & Will Made a Tech Pod.

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 75:13 Very Popular


Part two of our 1993 retrospective is here, with our consideration of the following: Power Computing's Macintosh clones, Apple's first Newton, the proving of Fermat's last theorem, happenings in SPAAAAACE including the Hubble mirror kerfuffle, the loss of Mars Observer, and the discovery of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, computing miscellany from Lua to UTF-8 to the SGI Onyx to the creation of the .rar, the sheer spectacle that was Biosphere 2, and more!Support the Pod! Contribute to the Tech Pod Patreon and get access to our booming Discord, your name in the credits, and other great benefits! You can support the show at: https://patreon.com/techpod