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Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Storing carbon under the sea

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 5:11


Norway plans to use its experience in the oil and gas industry to send CO2 emissions back into the ground. It's part of a state program supporting the large-scale implementation of CCS — carbon capture and storage.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Let's drop the term 'brain drain'

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 3:22


When a mass of highly trained people leaves one country to work elsewhere, many describe it as a 'brain drain'. But we needn't view emigration in such a negative light, DW's Chiponda Chimbelu says. Many are just seizing the chance for a better life.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Global talents: Menna Mohab from Cairo

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 4:23


Menna Mohab swapped her home city of Cairo for Berlin. Despite a difficult job hunt and burocratic hurdles, the IT specialist recommends that everyone live abroad for a time. Getting out of her own comfort zone opened her eyes to her own abilities.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
A man is the measure of all things, but not for much longer

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 2:34


From the design of cars and smartphones to medical diagnoses, our world is made by men for men - and sometimes with deadly consequences. Women have been forgotten for too long, but that's finally set to change.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
The EU's burgeoning e-battery industry

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 5:25


With the demand for e-cars rising, Europe needs its own battery industry, and the ability to extract its own raw materials used to produce them. We visit one of Europe's largest nickel mines that's working to make the process more sustainable.

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 082: Boris Of The Overflow

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 106:45


Our intrepid trio aren't the types to look back. Lord knows, the carnage they would see if they did might just make them stop and think and stopping and thinking are NOT among their strengths. But the season is over and so there must be harsh judgement made with the benefit of hindsight and this is very much in their wheelhouse. Boris has a poem (that doesn't miss anyone) and The Captain, Rossi and George all weigh in with end of season thoughts. Freido has joined Twitter (and people think Elon Musk is the one who will ruin it), Tug has some predictions for 2023 and a plan has been hatched for a MotoPG Christmas party (the word 'plan' is doing A LOT of work here). So hit the play button and find out why four out of five people agree this is the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast On Earth. (You can find Freido on Twitter here (https://twitter.com/FreidoMotoPG) if you are brave or stupid.) The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. ​ We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. ​ Click on the bloody links. Please. ​ Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. ​ Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. ​ Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. ​ Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. ​ Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. ​ Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. ​ Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Minority voters and the midterms in Nevada

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 6:49


The economy is top of mind for minorities, especially Nevada's Latinos. In Las Vegas, many of them work in low-wage jobs in hotels and restaurants. Inflation and high rents are major concerns. What role will minority voters play in the midterm elections and — and what will unions play?

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Where did all the skilled workers go?

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 1:50


Need a handyman? Bad luck, the next appointment is in four weeks. The shortage of skilled workers is increasing worldwide in many industries. How did we get here and what can we do about it?

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 081: Like A Beaver Full Of Cheese

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 84:45


'The art of rhythmical composition, written or spoken, for exciting pleasure by beautiful, imaginative, or elevated thoughts.' None of these words from dictionary.com's definition of poetry relate in any way to what Boris delivers each episode. For that, you would need to add terms like tawdry, profane, puerile, defamatory and NSFW. Oh, and entertaining. As this week's effort - 'The Hot Girl Yogurt' - proves. It is as offensive as the title suggests and yet, somehow, the giant mad bastard makes it work. There's other stuff in this episode, too, but really, it's the poem that steals the show. Again. Get it in your ears, people. It won't make you a better person but it will make you laugh and ultimately, that's all we can really hope for isn't it? The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. ​ We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. ​ Click on the bloody links. Please. ​ SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. ​ Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. ​ Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. ​ Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. ​ Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. ​ Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. ​ Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. ​ Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock.

Hecho en Alemania: El magacín económico
Tejanos "made in Germany”

Hecho en Alemania: El magacín económico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 4:27


Desde este año C&A fabrica pantalones vaqueros en Mönchengladbach. Los 100 empleados de la fábrica confeccionan 420.000 pantalones al año. Parte de la producción se realiza con robots que utilizan energía verde. C&A busca ser más sostenible.

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 080: A Dingo Ate My Baby!

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 96:55


Boris might be an imposing figure of a man but when it comes to motorcycles and the men who race them he much more resembles a 12-year-old girl at a boy band concert. And it's a beautiful thing. Fresh back from Phillip Island where the cult of Moto PG came into the light (with everyone from riders to officials pledging their love for the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast on Earth) Boris has news. And a poem. And a letter from George. And there is racing to talk about, too. Some of the best racing ever seen. Freido does an Australian accent and Tug tries to keep the whole thing on track. Of course, it's a disaster and a shambles. And glorious. And it's ready for you to listen. What are you waiting for? The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Sustainable jeans made in Germany

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 4:28


Clothing chain C&A is now producing jeans in Germany. With the help of robots powered by green energy, its factory in Mönchengladbach churns out 420,000 pairs a year. C&A's motivation: more sustainability and the ability to react to trends faster.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Pawnshops to the rescue?

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 5:10


In Germany, high inflation and rising energy costs are making it hard for many people to get by. Some are being forced to pawn their possessions. More and more people from all walks of life are leaving items at pawnshops in exchange for loans.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
North Dakota banks on renewables

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 5:11


In the US state of North Dakota, firms and environmental activists are pushing for renewables to counter the oil industry. For Cody Two Bears, a Sioux from the Standing Rock reservation, it's about showing respect for his ancestors and their culture.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Who can afford the soaring gas prices?

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 3:11


DW reporter Miltiades Schmidt says his family belongs to Germany's middle class. But with prices rising fast, he wonders how much longer they'll be able to make ends meet. A look at how one family is dealing with the energy crisis.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Energie sparen durch autonome Züge

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 3:25


Mit autonomen Zügen soll der Schienenverkehr nicht nur pünktlicher und effizienter werden, sondern es lässt sich auch ein Drittel an Energie sparen. Und die Bahn-Betreiber hoffen auf einen geringeren Verschleiß. Wir zeigen ein Pilotprojekt in Hamburg.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Frankreich geht der Senf aus

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 4:58


Frankreichs Lieblingsgewürz Senf ist weitgehend aus den Regalen der Supermärkte verschwunden. Der Grund: die extreme Trockenheit in Kanada, einem der wichtigsten Exporteure von Senfsamen. Eine Reportage aus dem Burgund, wo Senf eine große Rolle spielt.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Why heat pumps are all the rage

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 2:17


Heat pumps are in big demand as an alternative to oil and gas. But they're big energy consumers themselves – especially when not properly configured. And there's a shortage of professional installers.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Saving energy with self-driving trains

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 3:26


Autonomous trains are set to make rail travel more punctual and more efficient – while boasting energy savings of 30%. Operators also expect less wear and tear on the machinery. We look at a pilot project in Hamburg.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
France faces mustard shortage

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 4:57


France's favorite condiment is disappearing from supermarket shelves. Drought has crippled harvests of mustard seeds in one of the major export nations: Canada. A report from France's Burgundy region, where mustard is part of the local culture.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Alle wollen Wärmepumpen, warum?

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 2:18


Wärmepumpen werden als Heiz-Möglichkeit in der Energiekrise gepriesen. Viele wollen sie haben. Doch Wärmepumpen verbrauchen selbst viel Energie und noch mehr, wenn sie nicht fachgerecht installiert werden. Und Fachkräfte sind rar. Ein Erklärer!

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
Bosch Unlimited 7 cordless vacuum cleaner, reviewed

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 4:42


We look at the Bosch Unlimited 7 cordless vacuum cleaner which has been recently launched. See more about the range of products on their website here. Bosch Unlimited 7 cordless vacuum cleaner, reviewed We have had positive experiences with Bosch hammer drills and other DIY power tools, but this was our first outing with a vacuum cleaner product from Bosch. Generally our reviewers were positively predisposed towards the product due to a combination of previous experiences with other Bosch products, and then also because the vacuum cleaner has moved towards the model of another major player in the vacuum cleaner business. The question then was how did this one perform. First up it is light and flexible which works, especially when you want to get cobwebs and other things that are not simply in the the middle of the floor. At the same time we have always been concerned with other iterations along this concept whether we are about to snap the plastic while using it – the inevitable trade off between flexibility, lightness to use, and yet also durability . During the time frame that we have used it so far this has not proved to be a problem, but of course it will be interesting to see how it performs after a year of regular usage. It does seem quite durable, and it is listed as weighing less than 3kgs, so it does seem to be operating at, or close to the sweet spot to deal with these challenges. While we all know pretty much how a vacuum cleaner works, it was still positive to hear from our testers that they were able to assemble it quickly and easily, with it all coming together in a logical and fairly hassle free way. Using it too was also intuitive, which is great because we do aim for a wide range of ages to use the vacuum cleaner, and all the testers seemed to pick it up pretty quickly. More details about the product Effortless handling: easy cleaning thanks to convenient functions such as Flex Tube and Quick Stand Ergonomic features for high convenience and flexibility. Enjoy more versatility! The convenient Flex Tube makes it possible to reach places under low furniture effortlessly, the Easy Parking Clip lets you securely hold the tool in place during breaks, and the Quick Stand allows flexible cleaning with the handheld while the nozzle and tube stand by themselves. With the Nozzle Foot Release you can detach the nozzle from the tube without bending over to easily switch to spot cleaning with the practical tube. This makes the Unlimited 7 perfect for cleaning all types of floors and surfaces, as well as hard-to-reach areas. Free 10-year motor guarantee: long lasting performance with Bosch motor technology made in Germany. Bosch Motor Technology – Quality made in Germany. Enjoy powerful, constant performance with Bosch vacuum cleaners: Developing and producing our high-performance motors in Germany for over 80 years, we not only expect a vacuum cleaner to deliver optimal results but also to be long-lasting. Which is why we provide a 10-year motor guarantee. Power For All Alliance: the battery pack is compatible with many Bosch products and other brands. Power For All Alliance. One battery for your entire home. Most devices have different batteries, which can be expensive. The exchangeable batteries are part of one of the largest cross-brand 18V battery systems. They are compatible with many 18V power tools and gardening devices from Bosch and other brands e.g. Gardena, Gloria, Wagner and Rapid. Easy emptying: fast and hygienic emptying of the dustbox. Easy emptying of dustbox and no filter washing. Emptying the dustbox should be hygienic and worry free. You can empty the box without creating a dust cloud and can clean the filter without washing. Simply remove the dustbox, turn the red wheel and empty it directly into the bin. RotationClean: fast and easy filter cleaning – no filter washing needed. Three product range: Choose the vacuum cleaner that suits your needs AllFloor Dynamic Power Brush with LED lights: Perfect fo...

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 079: The Birth of F*#ky Boy

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 99:28


You'd think three talentless bums who lucked their way into a successful podcast thanks to some extraordinary (and ongoing) work behind the scenes would be grateful for the help, wouldn't you? Especially when the figure of their fun is the person who writes the show notes? And yet here we are. But enough about the internal squabbling that is integral to what makes this the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast In The World. This week Simmo is back in the studio because apparently three listeners didn't hate him, Tug is back from Japan and busy not fixing his girlfriend's bike and Boris and Freido are...well...Boris and Freido. If you're new, welcome. If you're a regular, welcome back. But no matter which you are, hit the play button now. The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to.

Presseschau - Deutschlandfunk
01. Oktober 2022 - Die internationale Presseschau

Presseschau - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 8:53


Ein Fokus liegt auf den russischen Annexionen in der Ukraine. Die Proteste im Iran treiben die Kommentatoren weiter um. In China beschwört man das Ende von "Made in Germany" herauf. Und abschließend gibt es blicken wir auf die Ernährungs- und Landwirtschaftsfragen auf den Philippinen.www.deutschlandfunk.de, Internationale PresseschauDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Proteste gegen Windparks in Griechenland

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:29


Die griechische Regierung macht Tempo bei der Energiewende. Sie setzt vor allem auf Windkraft. Auf Euböa, einer Halbinsel nahe Athen, regt sich Widerstand gegen den flächendeckenden Ausbau.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Heizen mit der Abwärme von Computern

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 2:16


Es gibt eine Wärmequelle, die bislang kaum genutzt wurde: Computer. Sie laufen heiß, je mehr Daten sie verarbeiten. Zwar reicht der Heim-PC gerade mal, um ein kleines Arbeitszimmer zu heizen, doch in Rechenzentren steckt noch viel Potential.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Elektroautos? Warum erst jetzt?

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 7:42


Wie man Elektroautos baut, wussten wir schon lange vor Tesla. Und doch haben wir uns mehr als 100 Jahre lang weitgehend auf den Verbrennungsmotor verlassen, der mit Benzin betrieben wird, um uns von A nach B zu bringen. Warum?

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 078: We're Like Godzilla With A Big Lizard Erection

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 80:04


Tug is phoning it in this week (in every imaginable way) but it hasn't effected the quality of analysis at all, as you can probably tell from the title. None of that matters this week, though, because Jack Miller is a winner again and when that happens, 'the world seems a happier place', as Boris notes. That's just one inane observation among many as the boys break down happenings at Motegi, George's letter, Rossi's thoughts for the week and Borrie's poem plus some special announcements and heaps more on the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast In The World. Get it in your ears now. The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Computers are a heat source whose potential has yet to be tapped. The more data they process, the hotter they run. A home desktop PC may only produce enough thermal energy to warm up a small office, but there's data centers have lots of potential.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Activists protest against wind parks in Greece

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:29


The Greek government is speeding up its energy transition by promoting wind energy in particular. But resistance to wide-ranging wind farm construction is growing on Evia, a large island near Athens.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
IT-Startup überwacht Luftqualität aus dem All

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 3:21


Abhilasha Purwar möchte die Welt zu einem besseren Ort machen. Sie gründete in Indien Blue Sky Analytics, ein IT-Startup, das Satellitendaten und künstliche Intelligenz nutzt, um die Luft-, Wasser- und Bodenqualität zu überwachen – fast in Echtzeit.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Sanktionen gegen Russland – was bringt das überhaupt?

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 3:42


Nach dem Überfall Russlands auf die Ukraine hat der Westen die umfangreichsten Sanktionen beschlossen, die jemals verhängt wurden. Doch manche bezweifeln die Wirkungen. Gibt es sie überhaupt? Und wenn ja, wann treten sie ein?

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Virtuelles Abbild - 3-D Avatare für das Metaverse

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 3:44


Avatare für die virtuelle Welt des Metaverse herzustellen, ist kompliziert, denn dazu braucht man Ganzkörperscans. Die pakistanische Technologieunternehmerin Naureen Mehmood hat eine KI-Plattform entwickelt, die den Prozess vereinfacht.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Virtual likeness – 3D avatars for the metaverse

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 3:46


The production of avatars for the metaverse relies on the provision of full-body scans. That's complicated. Entrepreneur Naureen Mehmood from Pakistan has developed a platform which simplifies the process.

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 077: He Smells Of The Street

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 96:24


Who could possibly be interested in three reprobates with microphones talking about a 'sport' that more resembles a soap opera for grown men than any serious competitive endeavour? Surely there isn't a market for that sort of thing? Well, dear listener, it turns out there is and this podcast is the proof. It's childish, it's politically incorrect, it's puerile and offensive. And thanks to you, it's popular. Regulars will know what Borrie's poem, George's letter, Rossi's email and Ropes and Shovels means. Newbies won't, but press the play button and you'll find out. Go on. We're waiting. The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life.

Klug anlegen - Der Podcast zur Geldanlage mit Karl Matthäus Schmidt.
Folge 128: Deglobalisierung – sind die Zeiten für internationalen Handel vorbei?

Klug anlegen - Der Podcast zur Geldanlage mit Karl Matthäus Schmidt.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 19:32


Erst kam der Corona-Lockdown, dann der Russland-Ukraine-Krieg. Zwischendurch blieb dann auch noch ein Riesenfrachtschiff im Suez-Kanal stecken. Es ist wirklich schon mal besser für die weltweiten Lieferketten gelaufen. Fakt ist: Nach der jahrelangen mächtigen Globalisierungswelle wird nun immer häufiger von einer Deglobalisierung gesprochen, um die laufende Produktion wieder besser in den Griff zu bekommen – und das könnte durchaus einige Konsequenzen für die Wirtschaft und damit unser Leben, für die Preise – und am Ende selbstverständlich auch für die Geldanlage haben. Welche Konsequenzen das sind, erläutert Karl Matthäus Schmidt, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Quirin Privatbank und Gründer von quirion, in diesem Podcast. Dabei geht er u. a. auf folgende Fragen ein: • Fehlte dem CEO in letzter Zeit irgendein Produkt beim Einkauf im Supermarkt oder im Baumarkt? (1:20) • Warum kommen die jahrelang bestens funktionierenden globalen Lieferketten nicht wieder in Gang? (2:02) • Hat der Krieg in der Ukraine die Problematik noch einmal verschärft? (3:00) • China muss sich zwischen Wachstum und Null-Covid entscheiden. Wie schätzt Schmidt das ein? (4:27) • Warum ist das Zurückdrängen der Globalisierung nötig? Haben sich die Wirtschaftsbosse vorher möglicherweise zu sehr auf den Globalisierungs-Lorbeeren ausgeruht? (5:14) • Hat uns die Globalisierungswelle für die Risiken einer Abhängigkeit von Despotenstaaten blind gemacht? (7:37) • Umfragen zufolge will jetzt jedes fünfte deutsche Unternehmen seine Produktion wieder in die Bundesrepublik zurückverlagern – oder zumindest auf Zulieferer im eigenen Land setzen. Was wären die Vorteile? (9:22) • An fast allen Ecken und Enden fehlen qualifizierte Fachkräfte. Würde Produktion in der Heimat dann überhaupt wie gewünscht klappen? (10:35) • Was müsste die Politik in Deutschland zuallererst angehen, damit der Prozess der Deglobalisierung hierzulande zumindest halbwegs klappt? (12:17) • Was wären die Nachteile der Deglobalisierung, gerade für eine so starke Exportnation wie Deutschland? (13:15) • Würden durch eine Deglobalisierung die ohnehin schon hohen Preise für uns alle weiter steigen, weil in Deutschland deutlich teurer produziert werden müsste? (15:09) • Was bedeutet eine mögliche Deglobalisierung für die Kapitalmärkte und damit auch für die Aufstellung eines gut diversifizierten Portfolios? (15:48) • Wird Schmidt nach seinen Erfahrungen mit dem Holzmangel jetzt zum Hamsterkäufer? (17:43) Aufgrund der Deglobalisierungswelle wird es Kapitalverschiebungen an den Börsen geben. Aber welche letztlich die Gewinner und Verlierer sein werden, kann niemand verlässlich prognostizieren. Die gute Nachricht ist aber, dass man das auch nicht muss, denn alle relevanten Veränderungen werden vom Markt selbst automatisch widergespiegelt, denn das Kapital fließt tendenziell immer zu den erfolgreichen Firmen. Deswegen ist es sinnvoll, sich bei der Aktienanlage an der globalen Marktkapitalisierung zu orientieren uns maximal breit gestreut zu investieren, wie die Quirin Privatbank es mit ihren Portfolios macht. Sie wollen Ihre Anlagen auf den Prüfstand stellen und Optimierungspotenziale heben, dann machen Sie den kostenlosen Vermögens-Check: https://www.quirinprivatbank.de/vermoegens-check Wir leben in einer Welt, in der alles optimiert wird und effizient sein muss. Auch an der Börse suchen viele Investorinnen und Investoren nach effizienten Anlagelösungen und einem optimalen Portfolio. Ob es das überhaupt gibt und wie es aussehen sollte, erfahren Sie in dieser Folge: Das optimale Portfolio I – Warum ein Index allein nicht ausreicht https://www.quirinprivatbank.de/podcast?episode=32 -----

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Gegenwind in der Windindustrie

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:35


Die Nachfrage nach Energie ist riesig - warum läuft es nicht rund für die deutsche Windindustrie? Genehmigungsverfahren dauern Jahre, die Produktion gilt als zu teuer. Verliert Deutschland das Know-how in einer Zukunftsbranche?

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Klimakrise auf den Feldern

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:07


Dürre und Trockenheit belasten die deutschen Landwirte. Durch die Hitzewelle und die extreme Sonneneinstrahlung reift das Getreide zwar schnell, bildet jedoch kaum Körner aus. Die Klimakrise ist in vielen Regionen Realität.

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin
Chancen für Alaskas Fischer – Sanktionen gegen Russland

Made in Germany: Das Wirtschaftsmagazin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:27


In Alaska war vom Krieg in der Ukraine bislang wenig zu spüren. Doch nun verbieten die USA jeden Import von Fisch aus Russland. Eine Lücke, die die Fischer in Alaska füllen wollen, auch wenn die Sanktionen immer wieder trickreich umgangen werden.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Why the resistance to wind power in Germany?

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:36


The demand for energy is enormous, so why is wind power having such a hard time taking hold in Germany? Getting permits for wind turbines can take years, and production is expensive. Has Germany lost its footing in this industry of the future?

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Climate crisis hits German farming

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:10


German farmers are struggling due to droughts and dryness. Heat waves and intense sunlight cause crops to grow quickly, but the edible grains are underdeveloped because of lacking water. The climate crisis is now reality in many regions.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Rewetting peatlands to fight climate change

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 7:27


Peatlands are great for the climate because they store huge amounts of carbon, but the majority of them were dried out for peat mining and agricultural purposes. Now peatlands are being rewetted by the very farmers who destroyed them.

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Sanctions provide opportunity for Alaskan fishing

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:28


The war in Ukraine hadn't had much of an impact on Alaska until recently, when the US banned fish imports from Russia. Although it's possible to maneuver around the sanctions, Alaskan fishers are hoping to fill the gap.

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 076: Freido's Unstable erection

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 106:06


Freido is in Misano with an unstable erection but he managed to get through most of the show before being prematurely ejected. Don't let the dodgy tech put you off, though, because Boris and Tug are in studio with a special guest (no, not Mat Mladin) and Ep 76 ticks all the usual boxes. Borrie's Poem is a highlight (of course) and George's letter might be his best yet plus there's a bonus 'Why Are You Too Tight To Be A Patreon Pit Crew Member' abusive phone call to listen in on. You just don't get this sort of politically incorrect, uninformed and nonsensical coverage of motorcycles and motorcycle racing anywhere else on then internet. So stop wasting your time (and ours) and get into it. Now. The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. Click on the bloody links. Please. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Fighting drought: New ideas bring new hope

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 5:24


No rain. Rivers running dry. Sinking water tables. Europe's harvest in danger. Innovative ideas are called for. In Germany, farmers are investing in new reservoirs in the hope of turning waste water into groundwater.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
China's next move? Introducing driverless cars

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 3:29


Baidu, China's equivalent to Google, has become the first company to introduce driverless cars on China's public roads. At the same time, Teslas have been banned, supposedly for safety reasons. A new front in the tech war between China and the US?

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
The rise of the air taxi industry

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 4:38


Flying taxis could soon dominate the skies. The company Lilium is already developing them. Test flights still have to take place without passengers or a pilot on board, but the first commercial flights are scheduled to depart in 2025.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
Like holes in cheese — the Swiss are drilling tunnels

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 2:53


An underground tunnel system for autonomous freight transport is being built in Switzerland. Two corporations have joined forces for the mammoth project — but it also needs government support.

MotoPG
Moto PG Ep 075: The Betsy Approach

MotoPG

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 104:14


Sometimes it's difficult to know what to write in this space. How is one supposed to summarise, in a few sentences, a 'show' that more resembles a children's birthday party with drugs introduced than any sort of adult conversation? If you're a first time listener all we can do is apologise. For the rest of you, you know what you've signed up for. Highlights this episode include: Borrie's boxing tips for special guest Lachlan Epis. (Did we mention we had a special guest? Well we do. It's ASBK rider Lachlan Epis); Borrie's poem; Borries porn talk; George's letter; Rossi's letter; Tugs driving the equipment since Rod wasn't in the studio. Sure it sounds like a catastrophe waiting to happen and it was. But secretly, that's why you love it. So get on with it. The Following is a Public Service Announcement: None of this – and we mean none of this, including the yelling, the crying, the cussing, the finger-pointing, the nappy-soiling, the bitch-slapping, and gold medal prosciutto-making – would be possible without the support of our brilliant sponsors. ​ We demand and insist you support them because they support us. Don't make us come to your house with pipes and knives and force you to test-ride their bikes and buy their products. We will. We have no morals and jail only scares one of us, but Freido will be deported before he spends any time in Long Bay. ​ Click on the bloody links. Please. Aprilia Australia (https://www.aprilia.com/au_EN/) – these magnificent bastards build bikes so good, their MotoGP efforts are better than the sweating bastards, The Munted Asparagus and Rev Bomb Vinales, will ever be. Go ride one of its masterpieces. Do it this weekend. Moto Guzzi Australia (https://www.motoguzzi.com/au_EN/) – As Italian as espresso, and as rewarding and fun to ride as that stolen horse you knocked off so you can pay the Sicilian bloke with the pretty daughter not to kill you. Every person has to own a Moto Guzzi once in their life. Harley-Davidson Australia (https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/index.html) – The world's oldest, toughest, and most iconic marque has re-vamped, re-charged, and re-energised itself with a new engine and new models, which you just have to ride to believe. The legendary bikes are still there (No, Slim, they stopped making Knuckles a while back), but Harley is carving a whole new chapter in its storied history with the Pan America and the Sportster S. Ride and believe. Savic Motorcycles (https://www.savicmotorcycles.com/) – We couldn't be prouder than to have the support of Australia's own high-performance electric motorcycle manufacturer which is set to revolutionise e-motorcycles worldwide, while saving polar bears, low-lying countries, and every tree on earth from climate catastrophe. Won't do much for deserts, but. They're probably gonna stay deserts. If you can't get one of the gorgeous bikes, the least you could do is buy some of the gear – it would be un-Australian of you not to. Honda Australia (https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/en) – From the very first superbike, the incredible Honda 750-4, Honda has been synonymous with speed. Racing is in its DNA, and HRC is the team everyone wants to be in. Producing some of the best-engineered bikes on earth, and boasting the services of multiple-world champion, Marc Marquez (now no longer blind, apparently), these are certainly the handlebars you wanna try hanging onto. Made in Germany (https://www.mig.bike/) – For the very finest in riding gear, and the official Australian distributor of Held Biker Fashion – since 1946, Daytona boots, IXS and Pinlock. SC-Project Oceania (https://sc-project.com.au/) – There are no better motorcycle exhausts on this earth. None. The sexiest aural sex-cannons, from the world's largest and finest bike-exhaust manufacturer, can and must be yours. Do it. It is the song of our people. And you must play that song every time you ride. It's in the rules. Suzuki Australia (https://www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au/) – Creators of truly legendary motorcycle, who also do a great job keeping Mir and Rins off the streets and on the MotoGP racetrack where they belong. If you don't test-ride Suzuki motorcycles at least once a week, you'll never get a pretty girlfriend. Triumph Australia (https://www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au/) – The Empire awaits your pleasure. Booking a test-ride on any of the glorious English missiles is easier than getting stabbed by a Chelsea soccer hooligan, and until you've ridden a Rocket 3, you have not actually ridden anything.

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
New market for recycled computers

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 4:00


Many companies renew their computers and servers every few years. It comes at a huge cost, both financially and to the environment. But in recent years, the market for refurbished computer equipment has really taken off.