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Orar al canto del gallo
493: Jueves de la 14.ª semana del Tiempo Ordinario. 7/07/2022. Temporada 2, episodio 180

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 6:05


Oración desde Iquitos, Perú. Evangelio: Mateo 10, 7-15. Gratis habéis recibido, dad gratis. En aquel tiempo, dijo Jesús a sus apóstoles: «Id y proclamad que ha llegado el reino de los cielos. Curad enfermos, resucitad muertos, limpiad leprosos, arrojad demonios. Gratis habéis recibido, dad gratis. No os procuréis en la faja oro, plata ni cobre; ni tampoco alforja para el camino, ni dos túnicas, ni sandalias, ni bastón; bien merece el obrero su sustento. Cuando entréis en una ciudad o aldea, averiguad quién hay allí de confianza y quedaos en su casa hasta que os vayáis. Al entrar en una casa, saludadla con la paz; si la casa se lo merece, vuestra paz vendrá a ella. Si no se lo merece, la paz volverá a vosotros. Si alguno no os recibe o no escucha vuestras palabras, al salir de su casa o de la ciudad, sacudid el polvo de los pies. En verdad os digo que el día del juicio les será más llevadero a Sodoma y Gomorra, que a aquella ciudad». Bendición: P. Sergio Requena, desde Madrid, España. Redacción: Prof. Juan Raúl Landa Olórtegui.

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Santa Misa del jueves 7/7/22, Iglesia de María Virgen Madre

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 35:51


Misa desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, celebrada por los sacerdotes Franciscanos de María. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv, en el enlace bit.ly/MisaDiaria Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Atlantic Talk Podcast
(38) Zwischen den Zeilen – Der NATO-Strategie-Gipfel von Madrid

Atlantic Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 42:18


Eine strategische Neuausrichtung der NATO war schon lange geplant. Dringend notwendig gemacht hatte diese Neuausrichtung aber vor allem der russische Angriffskrieg gegen die Ukraine: Die Mitgliedschaft Finnlands und Schwedens, die geplante ständige Alarmbereitschaft von 300.000 NATO-Soldatinnen und Soldaten zur Verteidigung der NATO-Ostgrenzen, vielseitige militärische und finanzielle Unterstützungen der Ukraine – all das erhöht die Überlebenschancen der angegriffenen Ukrainerinnen und Ukrainer, all das erhöht die Sicherheit weiterer Staaten – innerhalb und auch außerhalb des NATO-Bündnisses. Ein Grund zu allgemeiner Heiterkeit sind solche Beschlüsse dennoch nicht. Denn sie machen deutlich, dass Krieg in Europa eben nicht der Vergangenheit angehört, dass Verteidigung und Abschreckung ab jetzt gezwungener Maßen zu einem Teil unseres alltäglichen Lebens werden. Es lohnt sich daher allemal, genauer zu hinzusehen, welche Beschlüsse die 30 NATO-Mitgliedstaaten in Madrid gefasst haben, was die Formulierungen mancher Beschlüsse genau sagen und was sie auch nicht sagen, ohne deshalb nichtssagend zu sein. Wie weit reicht die Unterstützung der Ukraine? Immer nur bis zur Grenze von Sicherheitsgarantieren heran, aber nie darüber hinaus? Sollen die 300.000 Soldatinnen und Soldaten entlang der NATO-Ostgrenze ständig stationiert werden, alle oder einige von ihnen? Damit würde die NATO – wie es Russland wiederholt gemacht hat – die NATO-Russland-Grundakte ihrerseits verletzen. Auffallend ist es sicherlich, dass das Madrider Abschlussdokument die Grundakte gar nicht mehr erwähnt. Ist sie also gar nicht mehr in Kraft? Rüdiger König, der Ständige Vertreter der Bundesrepublik Deutschland bei der NATO in Brüssel, betont die Einheit der NATO. Im Gespräch mit Podcast-Moderator Oliver Weilandt beschreibt der deutsche NATO-Botschafter aber auch unterschiedliche Haltungen der Mitgliedsstaaten. Die könnten sich vermutlich auch in künftigen Stationierungsentscheidungen widerspiegeln. Ob, wo und wann aus der bisherigen »Vornepräsenz« der Battlegroups eine dauerhafte »Vorneverteidigung« wird, lässt das Strategiepapier zunächst offen. Zur neuen NATO-Strategie gehören aber auch weitere Themen: Das Verhältnis zu China, die globale Gesundheit mit ihren Herausforderungen wie der Bekämpfung des Hungers oder der Pandemie, der Klimawandel, der internationale Terrorismus. Auch das sind aus Sicht der NATO Sicherheitsbedrohungen, denen sie sich stellen will. Botschafter Rüdiger König ist seit Jahrzehnten krisenerfahren im politischen wie im militärischen Sinn. Der Politikwissenschaftler und Staatsrechtler war im Lauf seiner diplomatischen Karriere bei den Vereinten Nationen in New York tätig, ebenso wie in der deutschen Botschaft im pakistanischen Islamabad. Von 2010 bis 2013 war Rüdiger König deutscher Botschafter in der afghanischen Hauptstadt Kabul, anschließend hat er mehrere Jahre die Abteilung Krisenprävention, Stabilisierung, Konfliktnachsorge und Humanitäre Hilfe im Auswärtigen Amt geleitet. Allzu oft ging und geht es für den heutigen NATO-Botschafter bei all diesen Stationen um das Sterben oder Leben von bedrohten Menschen und Völkern.

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Homilia 7/7/22 “Ayuda a los sacerdotes” P. Santiago Martín FM

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 8:29


Homilía del P.Santiago Martín FM, fundador de los Franciscanos de María desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, o desde otras iglesias. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

ESPN FC
Futbol Americas: Héctor Herrera Exclusive Interview

ESPN FC

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 76:33 Very Popular


On Tuesday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar are joined by Mexican National Team and new Houston Dynamo midfielder Héctor Herrera for an exclusive interview. He discusses why he chose MLS/Houston, his time at Atlético de Madrid, the upcoming World Cup and Mexico's group. The guys also react to Tyler Adams' imminent transfer to Leeds United from RB Leipzig. Next, we analyze the weekend action in MLS in the segment, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Finally, we racap the action in the CONCACAF W Championship. The USWNT take care of business, while El Tri struggle against Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

¿Puedo hablar!
#126 Orgullo XXL 2022 con Esty Quesada y Pupi Poisson (en directo)

¿Puedo hablar!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 65:31


En directo desde el Teatro Reina Victoria de Madrid, despedimos la tournée de los ¿Puedo hablar! XXL celebrando el orgullo con dos invitadas lujo y role models: Esty Quesada (Soy una pringada) y Pupi Poisson.

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Santa Misa del miércoles 6/7/22, Iglesia de María Virgen Madre

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 30:18


Misa desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, celebrada por los sacerdotes Franciscanos de María. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv, en el enlace bit.ly/MisaDiaria Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Homilia 6/7/22 “El Reino de Dios está cerca” P. Santiago Martín FM

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 7:48


Homilía del P.Santiago Martín FM, fundador de los Franciscanos de María desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, o desde otras iglesias. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Glenn Davis Soccer
07/05/22 Soccer Matters Hour 2

Glenn Davis Soccer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 50:25


To start off the hour, our hosts invites Houston Dynamo Super Star Hector Herrera. Talking over past experiences including his pass through Atletico de Madrid, Pachuca, & more. To continue the interview, asking him over his position and how he could fit into this club, his opinions on the leagues, & more. Moving along the hour, Glenn is joined by Simon Bajkowski, chief Manchester City writer for the Manchester Evening News. To open up the conversation, our host asks over how the roster work under Pep Guardiola. More over Guardiola, Simon explains how Pep got involved with the media and his journey through it. Next, a conversation over Erling Haaland and how he could fit into the squad given his footballing characteristics.  Simon Bajkowski giving insider views of Manchester City players, transfers, & much more.  

El Washington Post
El precio de la gasolina. Los desaparecidos en México. El Tour de Francia

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 15:19


¿Subirá la gasolina? Hablamos con Francisco Monaldi de la Universidad de Rice. ¿Por qué con López Obrador aumentan los desaparecidos? Llamamos a Sarah Birke de "The Economist". Y del Tour conversamos con Pablo de la Calle de "El Mundo" de Madrid

The Yoga Health Coaching Podcast with Cate Stillman
How to Find Where You Lose a Lead in Sales Stages

The Yoga Health Coaching Podcast with Cate Stillman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 24:04


Podcast Intro: Using strategy sessions with any kind of client, dealing with any kind of issues, to determine what goals they have will definitely help you. What challenges does this person face in achieving those goals? Why does this matter right now to this person? Then, do they have the willingness to invest and change? Getting the most out of anything should be everyone's goal especially when learning things. Doing this ensures that time isn't wasted on things that are unnecessary. Focusing on a specific goal will help a lot in undertaking such a task.  In this episode, Cate talks about how you can do all those things. She will share some stories that relate to these predicaments and how she went about solving them. Stay tuned! What you'll get out of tuning in: How do you get a lot out of something? What do you do to keep focused? What questions should you ask so you can come up with a solution? How do you tell other people about your course? What are the issues that healers faced? How can you ask for permission strategically? Links/CTA: www.yogahealer.com help@yogahealer.com Highlights: Cate talks about the Madrid hotel she's in Cate mentions in-person events she'll be participating in Timestamps: [1:13] Getting the most out of courses [4:03] Setting up Strategy Sessions [7:01] Dealing with Different Issues [11:17] Talking About Events [12:17] Discussing Solutions [15:55] Challenges [21:55] Finding the Best Way to Help Quotes: “You can get a lot out of a small amount of dedicated engagement, as long as you know that that's where your attention is going 100% in that time.” “I like to start with a challenge, but then go a little deeper and probe a little bit more in or have to be willing to be uncomfortable. It's not just friends hanging out. Strategy sessions are coaching to find the goal and the challenge.” “You got to dig a little deeper, like underneath that little layer of Teflon, and be like How long have you had this goal? For how long have you had these challenges and helped them get real? Because otherwise, you're not going to know how willing they are to invest.”

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Crow Bicycles - David Toledo

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 37:11


This week I'm releasing my conversation with David Toledo of Crow Bicycles. I first interviewed David early in the pandemic, but with the dramatic supply chain issues that were going on at the time, Crow decided to push the launch of their e-gravel bike back. They are now in-market with an extended line up of e-bikes so I'm excited to get our conversation out there. Episode Sponsor: Hammerhead Karoo 2 (use promo code: THEGRAVELRIDE for free HRM with purchase) Crow Bicycles Website Support the Podcast Join The Ridership  Automated Transcription, please excuse the typos: Crow Bicycles [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 podcast, we've got David Toledo from Crow, bicycles from Madrid, Spain. I actually recorded this episode early on in the pandemic and was excited to learn more about the CRO brand. As it turned out as many of, you know, The disastrous supply chain affected many, many brands and it actually affected crow's planned launch schedule. We put the episode on ice, but I'm happy to say Crow is ready to go. With bikes, ready to ship. CHRO bicycles as you'll learn shortly is an E bicycle company. With a gravel model that is their flagship offering, but they also offer commuting bikes, a flat bar, gravel bikes, and a bunch of options. If you're looking to enter the e-bike market. I've always been fascinated by e-bikes. I first got an e-bike for a cargo bike and it was a no-brainer to schlep my son around. But increasingly I've learned to appreciate the place that e-bikes have in the market. Whether it's for commuting or pleasure. I do think if you open your mind, E-bikes makes sense for a number of types of riders. I often think about some of the riders I see up on Mount Tam, which is a bit of a hefty climb. As they're getting older, maybe they don't have the ability to get up the hill or maybe they're trying to ride with younger friends and I see multi-generational rides. Happening with fathers and sons and the father might be on the e-bike or a son might be on the e-bike. So it's been fascinating to see. So I'm excited to see where these will fit in. And I know crow's execution is very slick. You'll hear David talk about the type of drive train they've implemented and the sort of Swiss army knife approach they've taken. With the bike with the type of motor and battery pack removable from the bike entirely. Making it a perfectly. Acceptable standard bike, maybe with a slight weight penalty. But perfectly acceptable to ride. So I think it's an interesting option. Encourage you to enter this episode with an open. Heart about what e-bikes could be and learn a little from david and go check out the cro bicycles lineup. Before we jump in. I want to thank this week. Sponsor, hammerhead and the crew to computer. Do you want to get more out of your rides this summer? Any old device can track distance, time and pace, but how about the ability to see upcoming Hills and points of interest along the route? The hammer had crew to helps you find your path forward and unlock your full potential on every ride. I've talked about how I've been using the crew twos climb feature and how much I've enjoyed seeing upcoming climbs. I'm excited. I'm going somewhere new this next week for the 4th of July. And it's going to be interesting to see what those rides hold in front of me. I love seeing those data points. I've been continually tweaking my display on the crew to, to put the things that I think are going to be most important to me. You can set up a couple of different profiles. So kind of ways in which the computer screens. Are set up, which I find is super cool, because I might think about things differently for one of my mountain bike rides or a road ride. Versus my gravel rides. So it's great to have that flexibility. The crew too has been simple to use and data can be uploaded to all your favorite platforms like Strava and commute and more. One of the things I've also been thinking about as I've found myself a little bit out of shape. I don't have a power meter, although you could connect that to the crew too, but I do have a heart rate monitor. And what you guys might not know is that hammerhead actually has their own heart rate monitor while it works with any ad plus system, they also have their own technology. That you can get. And for a limited time offer our listeners can get a free heart rate monitor strap with the purchase of our hammerhead kuru two. You just visit hammerhead.io right now and use the promo code. The gravel ride at checkout to get yours today. This is an exclusive limited time offer only for our podcast listeners. So don't forget to use that promo code, the gravel ride, and that's a free heart rate monitor with the purchase of a career to just go to hammerhead.io. At both items to your cart and use the promo code, a gravel ride. Thanks so much to hammerhead for supporting the show this week. And with that, let's jump right into my interview with David. , David, welcome to the [00:05:04] David Toledo: show. Thank you, Craig. Thank you for your time and thank you for your interest in crop bicycles. Yeah. I'm excited [00:05:10] Craig Dalton: to get into it because the e-bike category is obviously. Hitting all elements of the sport from commuter to mountain to gravel. Mm-hmm, , it's gonna be interesting to dig into the technology and what you are working on, but before we go there, David, why don't you tell the listener a little bit about your background and the inspiration behind founding Crow, bicycles, to say [00:05:35] David Toledo: that maybe in the us, you were early adopt in the digital trains and, and eCommerce, but in Spain specifically when I'm located. Came a little bit later than that, but I, I started very early in the early, in the first, uh, stages of the digital world in, in Spain, early 2000 in 2001, I funded my first, my first company. And it was a consultancy to help on the digital transformation to the, to the small companies in Spain. But it was really hard time doing that because it, it was, I, I felt I was talking in Chinese to the people. It was like, oh, they, they didn't understand what I'm trying to explain them and the opportunities of the digital world. And so that, but I started there on that time in 2001 with the, my first steps on the digital world. And then I, I, I run, uh, my own digital, uh, advertising agency, uh, for, uh, many years. And on parallel, I started a new business. Was raped with cycling industry with a few, with a few colleagues. And we started in 2000, uh, six with cannon bicycles. Uh, cannon bicycles was really interesting because it was the, probably one of the first direct to consumer brands in the market. And in 2006, it was here in Spain. It was just a few small retailers or super big online stores, like, uh, chain re and cycles. And that, that kind of stores or gems in USA, some people was buying to Jenson USA, even in Spain, but there was no real. Digital brands in the cycle industry. And Kenon was, I was coming to the market to change the things. And it was at the beginning, it was really tough because the people didn't trust you very much. They didn't trust on your project, on the brand that they didn't know it. And it was hard. But the, when with, with a lot of work from always side, this, the brands start to have a lot of, yeah. Awareness in the market and, and the people started to trust on us and it was, yeah. Then everything came. It was like explosion and everything wanted to all industry wanted to copy somehow cannon bicycles on that after few years, and now everything has changed. And, and I can say that the digital industry or the digital business are here for good. And it's something that, uh, even the, the big players. Figuring out how to interact with the digital world and to keep their, the traditional business models that trying to do some kind of blending between both words. But it is very interesting. And, but my background definitely is digital. Absolutely digital. [00:08:06] Craig Dalton: Interesting. So after all that time with canyon bicycles, did that spark an inspiration that you saw an opportunity in the market that led you to Crow bicycles? [00:08:17] David Toledo: Yeah. I had clear since the very beginning that the digital business and especially the direct to consumer business, it's the, in my eyes at least is the way to go. Because you have as a brand, you have direct and close contact with the customers. Sometimes the people say, Hey, yeah, but you don't have a physical place. I cannot reach you. I cannot see you face to face. But the thing is that is double side. The customers contact directly with the brands and the brands are interacting with the customers. And this is something wonderful because the, the customer can express their feelings, their, uh, fears or, uh, their needs. And the brand has all this input from, from firsthand. And this is part of the magic of the direct to consumer model. And you can react really quickly to the problems and yeah, somehow all these things made me to, to, to, to shape. In my head, if I, sometime I, I will have a, my own bike brand that was sold with my dream that definitely this, this will be the way to, to do it. But also there was a lot of things to improve because there was after 14 years working with cannon bicycles, I saw all the aspects of the brand, the good things. And sometimes even not the so good things, because it was always how you see it in English, Chinese and shadows or something like this. It's, uh, it's like, Things that it was not so nice. And this is the kind of things I want to improve. I want to change a little bit, and also from, uh, my experience and my learnings during my Eli years, there is also new ways to do business. And this is the part that I'm definitely going to disrupt in conversation with other brands. And even with Kenya bicycles in the coming months, we want to work in a project that is going to change the way the customers. Use the bike we could say. Yeah, but I cannot say too much about that because it's just an ongoing [00:10:03] Craig Dalton: project. Interesting. Great. And then to pull the company together, were you drawing on other teammates that you had worked with previously at canyon to design the bicycles, et cetera? [00:10:15] David Toledo: Yeah, I mainly the design of the bicycle was my work for the last, yeah, probably eight to 10 months or something like this, or previously since 2008, late 2019 until mid 20, 20, or a little bit more. I was working, just focus onto the cycling bicycles portfolio and design and components and trying to develop concept and a range that has Sims. And then I contacted my, one of my colleagues in. Ex or former C in Kenya USA. And he was working in another industry and I conducted him to. To tell, Hey, I'm gonna launch that this, this is something that sounds interesting to you. And of course he was interested since the very beginning and, uh, we start working and he helped me to also to shave the bikes in terms of adapting them to the, uh, us market and to the us, uh, consumer needs. And, and together we did a lot of, uh, things. Yeah. But it was, it was really interesting to have like both sides, right? The, the European point of view, uh, of the cycling and the American point of view, because. Even if, if it's, uh, gravel and even if it's cycling, uh, sometimes they're pretty different, uh, from market to market. Yeah, [00:11:27] Craig Dalton: absolutely. There definitely seems to be globally different perceptions around e-bikes particularly in the offroad world that we see in Europe versus the us stepping back for the listener. So Crow bicycles is introducing a range. E-bikes E gravel bikes to the world. David, why don't you get into just some of the basic idea behind the bike, the type of. Engine that I don't know, even know if engine is the right word in e-bike so you'll have to correct me but, but I'm super curious. I've been very, yeah. [00:12:00] David Toledo: Motor yeah. Motor maybe is the right way to, to yeah. But motor or system or just, yeah, it's maybe motor is the right [00:12:08] Craig Dalton: one. Thank you. Yeah. It's, it's been interesting for me. I probably started out originally seeing e-bikes offroad and being frustrated and maybe being a little bit of a naysay. I started to see them commuting into San Francisco. And I started to have a realization from a commuting perspective. There were absolutely days that I didn't wanna ride the hour to an office downtown in San Francisco, but I certainly didn't wanna get into a car and having an E commuting bike made sense. Then I started to talk to more and more athletes who were riding them off road. And I started to appreciate a lot of the nuances. In the e-bike market and how it creates accessibility for athletes who might not be able otherwise to get up the big Hills around here, but it also opened up new performance elements, new ways of riding, because you could discount certain things that may take up a lot of your time in any given bike ride. So I've become very pro eBike actually. And I'm curious to talk about E gravel bike because I haven't quite. Made that fit into my mental model yet. [00:13:19] David Toledo: yeah. The thing is that there's sometimes it's hard because there's so many kind of likes and this is interacting with customers. It's really, as I said, it is really interesting because you get a lot of feedback. Sometimes this feedbacks are saying, Hey, this is a mope. Or this is buy a motorcycle instead of an e-bike. Why, why do you buy an e-bike? You can buy a motorcycle or something like this, and this is not real bicycle. And so many feedbacks like this. And the thing is that most of these feedbacks are coming from people that never before tested a, an e-bike. Yes. And they don't have an experience with e-bike and, and I will definitely recommend them to test it because it's, it can change your whole perception of like concept of this thing. But the it's gonna start with saying. Somehow I have to give them a part of, of the, the ride because yeah, there's some e-bikes in the market that definitely, they are a concept that I'm not really, uh, friend of it's those super. High speedy bikes, uh, super powerfully bikes that they're somehow, they're like a moment with pedals and I'm not really comfort with that kind of, of concept. Or I respect this is in the market. I am of course agree that this needs somehow to be like regulated because they can be even dangerous sometimes because they have a throttle and then you, you can use it as a. Motorcycle, but there's another can of EBIS that this is, uh, more like, uh, a bicycle with some systems. And in this group, this, this is in some states in the us, this is called like the class one and they are limited up to 20 miles per hour. And at least in Europe, they have a limited a limitation on even on the power, the power, the motor cannot give you more than 250 Watts of power. Okay. . Yeah. And this is, this is another concept, absolutely different to the super powerful, super heavy e-bike. And, but the, the truth is that one of the friends, I was one of the first I was missing in the market. When I started to, to develop Crow, bicycles was something in between the e-bikes that you can find in the market, even coming from the big players, right? Like from specialize or Cannondale, their approach was more like. Powerful e-bikes but, uh, a bicycle, but with a powerful motor and somehow a little bit heavy, more heavy than I would like to have in a bicycle. So this is what I, I started to think. Hey, there's I think there's room in the market for a lighter bike, uh, uh, a e-bike that it's a blend between, sorry, between a, a standard bicycle and an e-bike something that you can enjoy pedaling that it needs to be easy to pedal. And it needs to be light and it needs to be nimble. And so all these concepts needed to be developed in a bicycle. So I start to research and I found that there was no many options in the market for that kind of bicycles. And this is what I decided. Okay. I need to step into that and I need to develop a brand that it's focused on the experience. Not only on the, yeah. I have a, a, a super cool bike, but it's, I have the feeling that some, somehow this is, uh, like artificial. I wanted to have a bicycle that when you're riding, you don't feel that this is any bike. You feel that it's somehow you're better trained than you really are or better fit than you really are, but you don't feel that you're not working out. And this is found Fati. I met FASU with through canyon bicycles because they used them at, in Theban and commuting bikes. And, and I, I saw there was like, uh, a lot of potential with that system. And. Yeah, this is basically what I wanted to develop a e-bike concept or a bicycle, a bike brand focus on really light e-bikes where the experience is. The most important thing is, uh, to have the feeling that you are not using, uh, Mo pit or something like this. That is a real bicycle. Yeah, [00:17:13] Craig Dalton: I think there's a couple really interesting points there for the listener one. I think we've all seen almost beach cruiser style, electric assist bikes, and someone goes by you at 20 miles an hour. And it doesn't even look like the same sport, right? It's just, they're not a cyclist. They're not getting any fitness or barely any fitness out of that. Maybe that's my personal bias. But when you get to the performance e-bike and these lower weighty bikes, clearly you're getting a workout. You're just getting it at different points. I like the way in your. Indigogo campaign, how you're articulating some of the power assist where it's the, the level one is like a breeze at your back. Yeah. Whereas the, the level three is like a rocket ship. So I think it it's super interesting. The second thing I wanna point out, and it's difficult without looking at an image and I'll certainly have links to both your website and the campaign about the motor and battery mechanism and how mm-hmm fr from the uninitiated eye. It really does disappear into the construction of the bicycle. You're not seeing a big battery where the water bottle might be, and you're not seeing a massively oversized mechanism around the crank shaft. Yeah. So it's a very interesting visual with the Crow bicycles and this FSA motor system that I, I think you've designed into the product. [00:18:35] David Toledo: yeah, yeah. For zoo was really interesting because you can find some bicycles in the market that they, they have like, absolutely integrated the battery into the main cube, but it's something that you cannot easily remove from the, from the bicycle. So you you're gonna have always this battery and the motor eats. Integrated in the bottom bracket. So you, you have a bicycle that it's an e-bike, it can be a not super powerful eBike and it can be pretty light e-bike. Yeah. But you have all these things in there inside, and you can remove them. And it's the aspect of some bicycles is, yeah, it's great. You can see that there's no even connections or URA was offering something that I really love. It was that it's a clean. Design it's absolutely integrated into the main tube. And, but the thing is that in seconds you can remove the whole system, even the motor, that this is the most interesting thing. Even the motor and the battery in one pack and just put in place a hollow cover and you have a thunder. and this is, this is like, uh, the best thing, because if you want, just to experience a standard bike without any assistance at all, and without the, and with you, the extra weight of the motor and the battery, you can do it in seconds. [00:19:52] Craig Dalton: Yeah. It's pretty fascinating. And I know I saw that you've basically, you have a, sort of a compartment that snaps back into where the battery and motor was, so that you can carry a jacket or what have you, in, in that location when you're not using the battery. [00:20:06] David Toledo: Yeah, that's it. That's it? Uh, this is this, that was one of the interesting things for me. And this is one I always tried to say to the people, Hey, this is, this is not a mop it. And this is like absolutely different concept. To what maybe you're used to seeing a, in a e-bike, but this is a real bicycle and you can even use it as a real bicycle. This is the magic of the system. This is, it's absolutely integrated in the, the whole, this angle bicycle. You cannot really notice that you have a motor and the battery there, but even if you want, you can, you don't need to carry with, with you, if you just want to go for a standard bike ride. And yeah. [00:20:40] Craig Dalton: So the bicycles am I correct? That they hover around sort of 30 pounds. [00:20:46] David Toledo: yeah. Is that right? Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. 30.2 30.7. Something like that. Yeah. And [00:20:53] Craig Dalton: is that, is that with the battery? [00:20:56] David Toledo: Yeah, that's with the battery and [00:20:57] Craig Dalton: the motor? Yeah. Okay. And then when you take the battery out, what do you bringing the bike down to at that point? [00:21:03] David Toledo: Yeah. It's you can get, let me. Be sure about that figure because it's, I have all the figures in, in kilos. gotcha. So yeah. Wait a second. I'll let you know what was that? I think it was like seven pounds or something like this. I'm correct. Yeah. You remove 7.3 pounds, right? You're removing a lot of weight and the weight of the hollow tube. It's uh, 0.9 pounds. so you're turning your 3.2 pounds bike into a, a 23.8 pounds or something like this. So it's, it's very light. It's a really decent weight for a, a standard bicycle. So it's, I know it's there there's of course lighter, like the more likeer options in the market, but this, but you cannot transform into a eBike. And this is the, the great thing of this concept that you can have two bikes in. [00:21:54] Craig Dalton: Yeah, no, I think that's really, it's a mind blowing thing as a consumer to think about how it fits into your life and how having those two bikes. Yeah. It's not your featherweight race bike, but without that battery in there at 23 odd pounds, that's not obnoxious either. That's a bike that you can still ride and enjoy. Obviously there's a lot of different sectors of the e-bike market. E mountain bikes and commuter bikes have been huge. As we've said before, what made you feel like E gravel mm-hmm was the right category to enter and for the listener, what type of adventures and types of riding do you think that an E gravel bike opens [00:22:33] David Toledo: up? Let's start saying that probably for me, the, the E the, the, the gravel's like, uh, the most versatile bicycle ever is, is a perfecto rounder. You can go everywhere and do whatever you want with that. You can to commute, you can travel with it. And that that's, that was why I decided to start my, my, my background, my bike brand with, with a gravel bike, but Y E gravel bike it's because I saw there was a new world to discover with a, with an, a knee bike. I, I, I really love to. I travel with my bike. I, every year I try to do at least one of two long urinates during, I don't know, 10, 10, 10 days or 12 days crossing part of the Spain. And I was always carrying my, my backpacks and, and all the, all the backs to, to carry all the stuff for 11 or 12 days. And, uh, some at some points I was Australian because even if you're feet, you definitely feel. All the way your came with you it's as, at some points it's, it's too much and you don't enjoy very much with that. So I start to think, okay. The, even for that kind of customers, when you're traveling, when you need a bike, that goes all kind of the rains, an e-bike it's perfect too, because you can be riding without any assistance and at certain points where you need some. You can count with that backup system that is going to help you. It's going to make your life a little bit more easy, and it doesn't mean that it's going to be any trick and you're not going to enjoy cycling, or you're not gonna do a workout. It's just going to help you when you want or when you need. I think it's [00:24:09] Craig Dalton: really interesting with the e-bike again, cause I, I feel like a lot of people like the natural perception is it's not a fitness experience, but it just changes. Where you're able to ride. They think about riders here out of San Francisco and anybody who's living in the city knows it might take you half an hour to get across the golden gate bridge and then into the Headlands. And in a big day, you might get to the top of Mount TA. But if you eliminate some of the efforts in the, the early part of that ride and maybe ride out to Fairfax and start from the backside of Mount TA, all of a sudden things that would've normally taken. A six, seven hour ride long day, which is generally outside the, the world of possibility for a lot of people, all of a sudden you're able to explore the backside of Mount TA or, or even farther out with the ESY. Yeah. So it becomes really interesting in the same way. Just a gravel bike in general becomes interesting that the combination of roads and trails, you can bring things together that you otherwise wouldn't. On other types of bikes mm-hmm so I think it's, it's just one of those very thoughtful things. As people are thinking about these bikes, you need to consider what, what it will open up for you to. . Yeah. [00:25:23] David Toledo: Yeah. This is one of the, one of the actual, this one of the main keys that you can, you can prepare your daily ride in like absolutely different way. You can, if you need to cross a city or you need to, uh, reach a certain point and you, you need to do some, I don't know, row that even you need some speed or whatever the EBI is going to always help you there. And you can enjoy the rest of the ride without, but this is part of the key of, of our concept that you can enjoy. Without any assistance, because even with other e-bikes you in the end, when you are not pedaling or when you're not having assistance from the motor, you are moving the motor. And this is somehow, this is hurting your experience because you have some kind of filling, like, like you have, uh, a not fine pedaling or you, you feel it like, uh, a little bit like a jam. I don't know how to express it in it's. So easy to pedal light with, or as in a standard bike and in, but with the FSU system, it's very interesting because when you don't use the, the assistance, the motor is disconnected from the bottom bracket. So you feel that you're riding a standard bike, even with the [00:26:27] Craig Dalton: mechanism still installed on the bike, you still don't feel like, yeah, yeah, yeah. [00:26:32] David Toledo: Interesting. Yeah. Yeah. That's a point. That's a point you have three, a systems modes. This is the breeze, as you described before, there is yeah. Having some wind on your back and the rocket, but in the middle you have, uh, a river and all of them, you can configure, uh, you can customize them with, with your laptop and, uh, a USB cable connected to the system. You can transform your, your whole system into, uh, a different behavior when you want and you can explore and you can play with it. But the, the cool thing is. You have another mode that it's, uh, we call it like the non systems mode and, and the LEDs are, uh, right and wide. And in this mode, it's, the system has a clutch and the motor is connected from the bottom bracket. So you are riding a standard bike and you're carrying, of course you're carrying some extra way because you, you have this 3.1, sorry, 7.3, uh, pounds of the motor and the battery. But it's not that much. It's not something that, and you are not really going to notice that weight very much because you're riding like one of the, uh, wonderful things of the global bikes is that they are not, you know, rolling this massive, super wide and heavy tires of a moon bike. You're rolling with a, with a tire that really rolls. Perfect. And even with the battery on the motor there, it's great. But one of the keys of the system is that you, your motor is disconnected when you're not using the systems. So you have a standard bike. [00:27:59] Craig Dalton: That's really interesting. And I know for the listener of a, a large, very large American brand, just introduced a mountain bike with this same exact engine in it. So I think it's something we're gonna see more and more. And again, I probably misspoke. I shouldn't call it an engine. It's that mid drive motor that we're talking about. interesting. So where are you in the progression of beginning to start your production and deliver bikes? [00:28:25] David Toledo: Yeah, that's interesting question. Uh, a lot of people ask it, ask it as about the, the production and because everybody knows how it's industry right now and the industry struggling. This is struggling because there's, it's, there's a boom on the demand. Something that after 15 years in the cycle industry, I never saw something like this, but it's, it's great because this is in somehow it's, it's unparalleled with our vision. We, we want more people riding on bikes. We want more people. Using versatile solutions for enjoying and for doing sports and also for commuting for transport. And so that's great because this means that more people is using bicycles. But yeah, the, the question is we are not going to use the stocks of the OE products. This in industry, in the cycle industry, there is two, two ways to approach to the, to the components. You can buy them as a OE, or you can buy them as a. A store or something as a retailer, the big players are always, they need to use OE stocks because they're ordering massive amounts of products. They cannot order their products to any other stock that is not an OE. And this needs go through the, directly to the production facility in whatever, in Japan or in the us, or in Asia. And that, that has a list of orders or pre-orders from all the big grant. And. Like right now because everybody's ordering and there's a mass waiting list. And, but our case is a little bit different because we are a small brand and we are not going to order a massive amount of, of parts. Uh, so we are going to order them to the local European stocks to have access to, to products that are going to be a viable sooner than the OE production. So we are gonna have of course, a. Expensive product. We are gonna have less margin in our products, but instead we can, we can deliver the bicycles to our customers before. [00:30:26] Craig Dalton: Yeah, no, we've talked about it on the podcast before. It's a very complicated moment in time for global supply chains and it's particularly affecting all the smaller brands that I speak with because the big guys are sucking up all that volume and the manufacturers just simply can't keep up with the demand. [00:30:46] David Toledo: Yeah, yeah, yeah. There was a with the COVID thing, there was like a lot of work that was a stop. And, but basically the production capacity is what it is. So even if you want to order more, the factories can produce more. So this is right. [00:31:03] Craig Dalton: Yeah. You assume that it would sort itself, [00:31:05] David Toledo: we would start shipping. [00:31:07] Craig Dalton: Yeah, sorry. Yeah. Sorry, dude. I was saying, saying, yeah, you assumed that a year into the pandemic that it was gonna start working itself out, but there's no indication that supply is unlocking anytime soon. Can you repeat [00:31:18] David Toledo: again? The, the question please? Because I, I was some cut [00:31:21] Craig Dalton: in this. Yeah, no worries. No worries. Yeah. You would've, you, I would've assumed a year into the pandemic that the supply chains would've been unlocked at this. But there certainly hasn't been any indication from people I've been speaking with that. That's the case. No, it's not the [00:31:35] David Toledo: case. It's not the case. This is still struggling. The thing is that it, it has somehow it's like the perfect storm, right? Because, um, with the co and in, in the whole world has been locked down in their homes for really, for months, at least in here in Europe, it was like pretty crazy because we were in our homes. We can't even not go out for anything, basically. Can go to the mall to buy some foods. And that was all. So the people was at their homes and they were really suffering. And once the people started to go again, out to the streets, they, they appreciate more than ever before the, the freedom to go out the freedom to practice the sports. That was part of why all this boom is coming from because the people wanted to keep practicing sports and enjoying their life. And also in, in the big cities, the people. Concern about using the, the public transports or the VA or the subway, whatever. So there's a lot of people that also they are buying bicycles to do commute. And so this is this together with the, with the, the whole stop that the production in, in Asia had the first, uh, quarter of the year. And even until the mid 20. And plus all the demand that all the, all this action industry is putting right now onto the, onto the production in, in Asia and in Europe. That's what is making this perfect storm and seems that it's not going to change in the short time. Definitely. We think that probably until 20 22, 20 23, this is not going to be better. Definitely. Yeah. [00:33:08] Craig Dalton: As you and I were talking offline, I think there there's gonna be this new reality post COVID and I, I do hope and I'm optimistic. The sheer volume of people out on bikes is going to start to transform a lot of our communities and make cycling even safer and better. And products like this that have the versatility to deliver you maybe farther than you'd normally want to pedal on any given day, I think are really exciting changes in modality for transportation that we're in front. [00:33:39] David Toledo: Yeah, yeah, yeah. That's it. This, I, I saw somehow the whole COVID thing has forced to speed up some changes in the world. Right. We were spec talking before about the, the new way to work and where the people is, where the people is located, working. They are right now working in different places or from their home. And now the, even the companies have discovered that, okay, maybe. Working from home is not that bad. And, and so the people it's changing their, um, mentality the way they understand the, the world. And this is somehow, this is because of the. And also the cycling industry. It's getting some profit from that because, uh, the bicycle is the perfect transport solution for a lot of people, but they didn't discover so far. So right now the people is discovering. Yeah. Wow. The bicycle is not that bad. It's great. I even go faster or I can, I spend less time that with my car because. Before that I was in a traffic jam and now I don't need to look for a, I don't know, half hour when hour looking for a parking to, to park my car. And now with a bicycle, I even, I go, even I reach my, my, my job happier because I'm, I'm practicing sports because before going to the office and. I arrived to my office with a, with a smile. And I, before that I was arriving really mad in a bad view, uh, in a bad news because I was tired of, uh, being for a long time in traffic jam. And this, this is changing. This is absolutely changing. [00:35:08] Craig Dalton: Yeah, absolutely. Some of the many reasons I'm excited about the project you're working on with Crow bicycles, for the listener, I'll put links to crow's website and their launch campaign. that you should check out. Yeah. And I very much look forward to trying one of these bicycles, myself and getting a perception on how it opens up. Yeah. Gravel cycling in my community for. . [00:35:29] David Toledo: Yeah, we're looking for that too. We have the truth is that we have right now, one bicycle on the us, it arrived last week and we're gonna have soon the motor and the battery system, because we needed to send it separately for, uh, different reasons. But yeah, it's gonna be ready for you soon. So we are looking forward to, to, to handle the word you and, and see your, your reaction to that bike. I think you're gonna, you're gonna love it. I'm enjoying this bike probably more than any other bike before. I'm appreciate that. A lot of people is going to discover a new work with this, uh, new concept. [00:36:02] Craig Dalton: Awesome. Thanks for all the time today, David. I appreciate the overview. [00:36:06] David Toledo: Thank you very much for your time and congratulations for your work and this, this podcast. [00:36:11] Craig Dalton: Big. Thanks again to David for joining the show and telling us more about Crow, bicycles, and their exciting lineup. I'll put a link in the show notes so you can find them online. I'm keen to get your feedback. So if any of you are e-bike riders or have thoughts on the subject, feel free to shoot me a note or join me in the ridership forum. You can simply visit www.theridership.com. That's our free global cycling community. So jump right in and have a conversation. It's a great way to connect with me and other gravel cyclists from around the world. If you're able to support the show, simply visit buy me a coffee.com/the gravel ride. And remember to go check out that hammerhead, kuru to offer, use the promo code, the gravel ride. Until next time here's to finding some dirt under your wheels

Doomsday Watch with Arthur Snell

As NATO leaders gathered in Madrid, what were the key moments and decisions from a historic summit? How are alliance members supporting Ukraine militarily? And following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, is the "long peace" following World War Two now over? Dr. Ulrike Franke, senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations and European defence expert, joins Arthur Snell for our latest war bulletin. We're putting out irregular war bulletins covering different aspects of the Ukraine crisis. Thank you for backing us on Patreon, we really appreciate your support. Resources to help the Ukrainian people can be found here: https://ukrainewar.carrd.co/  “This summit was about NATO showing unity and that's definitely what happened.”  “The one thing everyone wants to avoid is a conflict between NATO and Russia. That leads to a full-scale global war.”  “Germany has to re-learn a logic of military power that we've been deeply uncomfortable with for decades.” DOOMSDAY WATCH was written and presented by Arthur Snell, and produced by Robin Leeburn with Jacob Archbold. Theme tune and original music by Paul Hartnoll. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. DOOMSDAY WATCH is a Podmasters production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Deep State Radio
Ain't No Cure for the Summertime Blues

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 22:52


President Biden is racking up wins at the NATO Summit but they are not resonating at home. David Rothkopf talks with Rosa Brooks, Ed Luce, and David Sanger about the NATO summit, the topics dominating the domestic conversation, and where we are in the war in Ukraine. What happened at the NATO Summit in Madrid? Why aren't Biden's foreign policy successes breaking through? Will the Ukraine war ever end? Find out during this wide-ranging episode. Don't miss it!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Homilia 5/7/22 “Están como ovejas sin pastor” P. Santiago Martín FM

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 5:24


Homilía del P.Santiago Martín FM, fundador de los Franciscanos de María desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, o desde otras iglesias. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Drive time
Drive time 05/07/2022 19:00

Drive time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 27:02


Es un “Variety Show” emitido en prime-time por las tardes en directo desde nuestros estudios en Madrid, de lunes a viernes a partir de las 18:30 GMT+1. El programa es interactivo, dinámico y didáctico, donde figuran tanto traducciones, expresiones, pronunciación, errores comunes, noticias y negocios, como el ya popular “By Request”, sección en el que el contenido es dirigido por ti, el oyente. El programa también incluye entrevistas telefónicas e invitados al estudio. Se les anima a los oyentes a participar en directo en varias secciones del programa, acompañando a Kyle en Twitter a @imkylemillar o enviando preguntas o puntos de discusión a: byrequest@grupovaughan.com.

Drive time
Drive time 05/07/2022 18:00

Drive time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 60:03


Es un “Variety Show” emitido en prime-time por las tardes en directo desde nuestros estudios en Madrid, de lunes a viernes a partir de las 18:30 GMT+1. El programa es interactivo, dinámico y didáctico, donde figuran tanto traducciones, expresiones, pronunciación, errores comunes, noticias y negocios, como el ya popular “By Request”, sección en el que el contenido es dirigido por ti, el oyente. El programa también incluye entrevistas telefónicas e invitados al estudio. Se les anima a los oyentes a participar en directo en varias secciones del programa, acompañando a Kyle en Twitter a @imkylemillar o enviando preguntas o puntos de discusión a: byrequest@grupovaughan.com.

Vedanta Academy
#4 ¿Qué es "conócete a ti mismo"?

Vedanta Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 12:35


La psicología parece haberse convertido en la disciplina que hubiera retomado la invitación délfica al conocimiento de sí mismo.

Good Morning Fútbol
GMF 05 de julio - "Laporta quiere un sextete, vergüenza en Ljubljana, Kessie y Christensen oficiales, Eriksen cerca de un grande, el United podría expulsar a CR7, lío del Madrid por la bandera LGTBI."

Good Morning Fútbol

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 6:03


Hoy en GMF comentamos las palabras de Laporta en una entrevista en la que habla de un nuevo sextete. También hablamos de la repulsiva actuación de unos ultras en la presentación de Riera como entrenador, se hacen oficiales los dos primeros fichajes del Barça: Kessie y Christensen; Eriksen cerca de volver a un grande de Europa, el Barça y el Watford negocian la cesión de Rey Manaj, lío en el Madrid por la bandera LGTBI, se confirma la cesión del Giuliano Simeone al Real Zaragoza, el Manchester podría expulsar a CR/ y sin pagarle ninguna indemnización y terminamos con el astro portugués y la venta de su jet privado y comentamos su razón para hacerlo.

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Santa Misa del martes 5/7/22, Iglesia de María Virgen Madre

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 31:43


Misa desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, celebrada por los sacerdotes Franciscanos de María. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv, en el enlace bit.ly/MisaDiaria Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Paquetes
Paquetes 2x70 | Previa de la Eurocopa Femenina con Andrea Menéndez Faya

Paquetes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 72:25


La gran cita de la selección española este verano es la Eurocopa femenina. Y para hablar tanto del torneo como del fútbol femenino español volvemos a invitar a Andrea Menéndez Faya, para disgusto de Jorge Vilda. Y también hacemos dos anuncios: que hemos borrado un programa entero sin querer y que habrá show de Paquetes en directo en Madrid el domingo 17 de julio para cerrar la temporada.

Deep State Radio
Ain't No Cure for the Summertime Blues

Deep State Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 22:52


President Biden is racking up wins at the NATO Summit but they are not resonating at home. David Rothkopf talks with Rosa Brooks, Ed Luce, and David Sanger about the NATO summit, the topics dominating the domestic conversation, and where we are in the war in Ukraine. What happened at the NATO Summit in Madrid? Why aren't Biden's foreign policy successes breaking through? Will the Ukraine war ever end? Find out during this wide-ranging episode. Don't miss it!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Please Explain
Why hasn't Australia reopened its embassy in Ukraine?

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 11:07


Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has landed in Australia today, after a lightning visit to the war-torn country. There, Albanese met with President Volodymyr Zelensky, and committed to sending $100 million in military aid to Ukraine. The military spending is more than some of Ukraine's European allies have pledged, and comes at the end of Albanese's week-long trip to Europe to attend the NATO summit in Madrid. But national security experts have questioned why Australia is yet to reopen its embassy in the capital, Kyiv, leaving us without a diplomatic presence on the ground. Today on Please Explain, foreign affairs correspondent Anthony Galloway joins Bianca Hall to discuss the worsening situation in much of Ukraine Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Digital Planet
Deepfake calls to European mayors?

Digital Planet

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 37:40


On June 24th, the mayor of Berlin thought she was on a video call with the mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko. The call, however, was fake. The head of the Deutsche Welle's fact-checking team Joscha Weber tells Gareth what happened, how the mayors of Vienna and Madrid were deceived by similar fake calls, and how a Russian comedy duo claims to be behind it all. The video call was initially thought to be a deepfake, but a later analysis by German media suggests that it may have been a shallowfake instead. What do these two terms mean and what is the difference between them? We have deepfake experts Hany Farid and Hao Li in the studio to answer this question, explain how deepfakes are created, and discuss the wider issues that they pose. India's great VPN exit In late April, the Indian government decided to enact new cybersecurity rules that include forcing virtual private network (VPN) providers to keep users' data such as names, contact numbers, and IP addresses for a period of five years. VPN companies in India have sharply criticised the ruling, and some have already exited and pulled their servers out of the country. India has now given VPN providers another three months to comply with the new rules. Expert contributor Bill Thompson tells Gareth what VPNs are, why these new rules conflict with their premise, and what this could mean for privacy and the tech sector in India. Can AI solve prostate cancer? In a recent machine learning competition, developers used a new prostate biopsy dataset to train artificial intelligence algorithms to diagnose and grade tumours. Gareth speaks to Ph.D. student Nita Mulliqi about the difficulties of using AI in prostate cancer grading and how a dataset from diverse clinical settings is needed to create effective algorithms. We also hear from a consultant for the WHO, Rohit Malpani, about the limitations of applying machine learning applications in healthcare in low- and middle-income countries. The programme is presented by Gareth Mitchell with expert commentary from … Studio Manager: Michael Millham Producer: Florian Bohr (Image: Vitali Klitschko. Credit: Getty Images)

None of the Above
From Kosovo to Kyiv: Jamie Shea on NATO's Past, Present, and Future

None of the Above

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 28:43


In 1999, NATO planes began bombing Yugoslavia to stop the ethnic cleansing of Albanians. This followed other interventions by the alliance in the Balkans wars, a far cry from NATO's original mission: to stop the Soviet Union from expanding westward. Our guest this week, Jamie Shea, helped explain this shift during the Kosovo campaign over two decades ago as NATO's spokesperson and later served as Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges. Last week, NATO held a summit in Madrid to redefine its strategic concept. The Eurasia Group Foundation's Mark Hannah spoke with Jamie about NATO's chance to revitalize itself amidst Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine, and discussed whether or not the alliance has a role to play outside of Europe.   Jamie Shea worked for NATO for 38 years, including as a spokesperson during the Kosovo campaign in 1999 and retired from the alliance as Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges.

BBVA Aprendemos Juntos
Miguel Pérez: “En el hospital, la enseñanza es una medicina más”

BBVA Aprendemos Juntos

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 45:17


¿Qué se necesita para ser un buen maestro hospitalario? Más allá de títulos, idiomas y cursos de especialización, el experto en educación hospitalaria Miguel Pérez afirma que la clave es la “empatía y la capacidad de escucha", en una profesión donde la resiliencia y la fortaleza son capacidades innatas. Miguel Pérez tiene más de 20 años de experiencia como maestro de Pedagogía Terapéutica, especializado en Educación Especial. Su amplia trayectoria le ha llevado a trabajar como un "maestro de bata blanca", que sustituye las agujas por bolígrafos y plastilina en el Aula Hospitalaria del Hospital Niño Jesús de Madrid, que dirige desde 2018. Allí enseña asignaturas y prepara exámenes, pero también participa en talleres de teatro, creación literaria o robótica para los alumnos en tratamiento. Su trabajo consiste en convertir el aprendizaje y la enseñanza en “una medicina más" dentro del hospital. Además, ha participado en la creación de la Unidad de Daño Cerebral Adquirido Infantil del mismo centro y ha sido profesor del Máster en Psicooncología Pediátrica y aspectos psicológicos en Cuidados Paliativos de la Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes, entre otras actividades formativas. Acaba de publicar el libro 'A clase en pijama', donde refleja su experiencia y las lecciones de vida de los niños y adolescentes hospitalizados.

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Kemal Can ile 5 Soru 10 Cevap: Olmayan zaferler, faturasız kayıplar

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 20:50


5 Soru 10 Cevap'ta bu hafta iktidarın dış politika hamlelerini değerlendiren Kemal Can, şu sorulara yanıt aradı: Madrid'de herhangi bir zafer kazanıldı mı? Kimin başarısından söz edildiği neden önemli? Erdoğan, dış politikayı içeride nasıl kullanıyor? Dış politika hamleleri eskisi gibi işe yarıyor mu? Dış politikanın içerde kullanılmasından vazgeçilir mi? Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3yctroN

Date Night with Raven & Adam
126: Being a Good Friend with Brittany Madrid

Date Night with Raven & Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 26:08


On this week's episode of Girls Night, Alexis is joined once more by  Brittany Madrid! These two have a great friendship, but sometimes it's not easy to keep up a solid relationship with our friends. Alexis and Brittany talk about the ways we can all be better friends, and what we can do to keep those relationships thriving!  Music by Broke for Free. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License.

El Siglo 21 es Hoy
La historia de Uber

El Siglo 21 es Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 38:14


La historia de Uber y su código de deep learning y modelado probabilístico.Oye también Command Line Heroes en español: https://bit.ly/CLH-en-esp "La historia de Uber" es un reportaje en Amazon Prime Video: [https://www.primevideo.com/detail/La-historia-de-Uber/0TREVOL4IIK960YTEPZW3FCK8N]El reportaje- The Uber Story, reportaje de Sean Nicholls original para el programa 4 Corners de ABC News en Australia. Grabado en Australia y visitando el centro de tecnología y de innovación de Uber en Dan Francisco. Descripción en Prime Vídeo: “Uber es una de las marcas más grandes del mundo y ha revolucionado la forma en que nos transportamos. En los últimos nueve años, el digital vanguardista ha volcado todo modelo de negocio dentro de la industria. Pero el viaje hacia el éxito no ha sido fácil. ¿Cómo ha hecho esta empresa despiadada para esquivar a los reguladores y aplastar a sus competidores?” Probable respuesta: Perdiendo dinero en la operación con tal de quedarse con el mercado. Habrían gastado sin retorno (o perdido) más de 6 mil millones de dólares para romper el mercado. ¿Cómo y cuando tendrán el retorno de su inversión? La Inteligencia Artificial- El modelo de Uber: una aplicación electrónica de intermediación de transporte bajo demanda. La empresa ofrece información y un medio de enlazar servicios de transporte privado mediante el uso de las nuevas tecnologías. - Un conductor calificado, con auto - Un pasajero calificado, con dinero- La ventaja competitiva de Uber: Saber el precio que el cliente está dispuesto a pagar, y los métodos de pago.- El mercado de Uber: Domina México con 80% del **mercado** de transporte privado.- Qué sabe Uber de ti: - Quién eres - Dónde estás - Hacia dónde vas - Cuándo vas - Cómo pagas - Cuánto estás dispuesto a pagar - Cuántas veces te movilizas - Dónde vives - Dónde trabajas - Dónde vive tu familia o el personal de tu empresa La historia - UberCab, la primera versión de la app, fue desarrollada por Garrett Camp, Oscar Salazar y Conrad Whelan, sobre la idea de los fundadores: Travis Kalanick y Garrett Camp. Era 2009 y Uber se enfocaba en el transporte en autos de lujo en San Francisco. Para 2011 tenían grandes fondos inversores, entre los cuales habría estado Jeff Bezos y Google Ventures, y alianzas con America Móvil de Carlos Slim, tal como lo conté en [https://spreaker.page.link/cXC3KAW8bHddb2uC8] El 3 de diciembre de 2014… permitiendo su expansión internacional, con servicios ya de bajo costo bajo la modalidad Uber X, llegando a mercados tan grandes como India. En 2016 Uber fue sobrepasado en el mercado mundial por la aplicación china Didi, que logró estar en más ciudades. Uber ha sido expulsada de Austin, Texas; Y de Hungría. Protestas de taxistas en Londres, Paris, Berlín, Madrid, México y Bogotá. - EL CÓDIGO:- Según Gembeta: Uber utiliza Node. js (es un entorno en tiempo de ejecución multiplataforma, de código abierto, para la capa del servidor basado en el lenguaje de programación JavaScript, asíncrono), Python, Go, Java y Scala, lo que además les permite contratar ingenieros de forma más rápida al no verse limitados por el el lenguaje. Pero el usar tantos lenguajes diferentes se convierte en una limitación cuando se tiene que solucionar el mismo problema tantas veces como lenguajes existen.- Pyro, un nuevo lenguaje de programación lanzado por Uber que fusiona el aprendizaje profundo con la programación de probabilidad.- Uber Engeineering: [https://eng.uber.com/pyro/](https://eng.uber.com/pyro/) - *Alcanzar el objetivo de Uber de brindar un transporte confiable para todos requiere predicción y optimización sin esfuerzo en todo momento. Las oportunidades van desde hacer coincidir a los pasajeros con los conductores hasta sugerir rutas óptimas, encontrar combinaciones de grupos sensatas e incluso crear la próxima generación de vehículos inteligentes. Para resolver estos desafíos, estamos combinando técnicas de inteligencia artificial (IA) de última generación con la rica experiencia de científicos de datos, ingenieros y otros usuarios. Estamos explorando un enfoque basado en herramientas que nos permitirá a nosotros y a otros crear la próxima generación de soluciones de IA.* - *Como parte de esta iniciativa, Uber AI Labs se complace en anunciar el lanzamiento de código abierto de nuestro lenguaje de programación probabilístico Pyro . Pyro es una herramienta para el modelado probabilístico profundo, que unifica lo mejor del aprendizaje profundo moderno y el modelado bayesiano (*La **probabilidad bayesiana** es una de las diferentes interpretaciones del concepto de probabilidad. La interpretación bayesiana de la probabilidad puede ser vista como una extensión de la lógica proposicional que permite razonar con hipótesis, es decir, las proposiciones cuya veracidad o falsedad son inciertas). *El objetivo de Pyro es acelerar la investigación y las aplicaciones de estas técnicas y hacerlas más accesibles para la comunidad de IA en general.*

Las noticias de EL PAÍS
Las bicicletas son para el verano... o no

Las noticias de EL PAÍS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 20:55


¿Cómo es ir en bici por una ciudad como Madrid? Recorremos, junto a Miguel Ángel Medina el camino de su casa a la redacción de EL PAÍS, pedaleando. El trayecto no es fácil, aunque está acostumbrado porque lleva más de diez años haciéndolo. En ese tiempo ha notado que cada vez más gente va en bici y también que cada vez más gente quiere animarse a hacerlo... pero no es tan fácil. Primero porque la mayoría de nuestras ciudades siguen siendo muy hostiles para la bicicleta, y segundo porque si alguien quiere comprarse una es difícil, porque hay problemas de suministro.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Albanese in Europa, dopo il vertice NATO missioni in Francia e Ucraina

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 9:38


Dopo il vertice NATO di Madrid, il primo ministro Anthony Albanese ha fatto visita al presidente francese Macron nel tentativo di ricucire i rapporti con Parigi e si è poi recato in Ucraina, per esaminare i danni ed incontrare il presidente Zelensky.

Aerovía: tu podcast de aviación en español
(#82) ¿Necesita España un Ejército del Aire “y del Espacio”?

Aerovía: tu podcast de aviación en español

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 59:23


¿A qué se debe el cambio de denominación del Ejército del Aire y del Espacio? ¿Qué busca el Gobierno con la nueva nomenclatura? ¿Han estado presentes los temas espaciales en la última cumbre de la OTAN? Aerovía analiza esta semana la actualidad del ámbito militar en una nueva edición de A 9 Gs, con la participación de dos informadores de referencia en los asuntos de las Fuerzas Armadas: José María Navarro, redactor jefe de Industria en la revista Defensa, y Esteban Villarejo, periodista del diario ABC. Además, en compañía de nuestros colaboradores, Luis Martín-Crespo y Juan Pons, de Hispaviación, hablamos sobre la reciente cumbre de la OTAN celebrada en Madrid y repasamos otras noticias, como la compra de nuevos Eurofighter para las operaciones en Canarias o la salida de un F-18 desde la Base Aérea de Zaragoza en un ‘alfa scramble' este domingo cerca de Menorca. En la segunda parte del capítulo, recordamos que este año se ha cumplido el 40º aniversario de la Guerra de las Malvinas, un conflicto bélico entre Argentina y el Reino Unido en el que la aviación desempeñó un papel muy relevante. Escuchamos el impactante testimonio del capitán de navío (retirado) Daniel Gustavo Manzella, aviador naval de la Armada de la República Argentina que participó en el conflicto a bordo de un Turbo Mentor. Resumen de contenidos: 0:01 – Presentación del capítulo. 1:15 – Los pilotos de Estados Unidos piden mejoras. 2:08 – Continúan las huelgas de tripulantes de Easyjet y Ryanair. 2:45 – Tensión entre los controladores aéreos y la empresa pública Enaire. 3:53 – Pedido histórico de China a Airbus. 5:22 – Inicio de A 9 Gs. Con Luis Martín-Crespo y Juan Pons. 6:42 – El Gobierno ‘rebautiza' el Ejército del Aire. 13:10 – La opinión de José María Navarro (revista Defensa). 15:58 – La opinión de Esteban Villarejo (ABC). 21:19 – Crónica de la cumbre de la OTAN en Madrid. Con Juan Pons. 25:06 – ¿Podrá el Gobierno cumplir su promesa de aumentar el gasto en Defensa? 28:50 – Nuevos Eurofighter para Canarias. Con Luis Martín-Crespo. 30:08 – ‘Alfa scramble' en Menorca. Con Luis Martín-Crespo. 32:00 – 40 años de la Guerra de Malvinas. Con el CN (Ret.) Daniel G. Manzella. No te pierdas el capítulo 82 de Aerovía: ‘¿Necesita España un Ejército del Aire “y del Espacio”?'.

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Homilia 4/7/22 “Cristo nos da la vida” P. Santiago Martín FM

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 7:05


Homilía del P.Santiago Martín FM, fundador de los Franciscanos de María desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, o desde otras iglesias. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Selim Kuneralp ve Senem Görür ile Kordiplomatik: Rusya, Çin, terörizm ve siber saldırılar | NATO Zirvesi'nden neler çıktı?

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 49:37


İspanya'nın başkenti Madrid'de düzenlenen NATO Zirvesi'nde, üye ülkelerin liderleri ittifakın yol haritası olarak da bilinen Stratejik Konsept Belgesi'ni kabul ettiler. Belgede Rusya ittifak için en ciddi tehdit olarak tanımlanırken, Çin ise ittifak için ilk kez bir tehdit olarak belirtildi. Peki belgede gözden kaçırılan diğer maddeler neler? Türkiye, “Rusya en ciddi tehdittir” maddesinin altına imza atarak yürüttüğü dengeli diplomasiden vaz mı geçiyor? Yeni bir Soğuk Savaş'ın eşiğinde miyiz? Kordiplomatik‘in bu haftaki bölümünde Emekli Büyükelçi Selim Kuneralp ve Senem Görür, konukları Emekli Büyükelçi Hakan Okçal ile birlikte NATO Liderler Zirvesi'nde kabul edilen Stratejik Konsept Belgesi'ni mercek altına aldı. Yayını izleyebilirsiniz: bit.ly/3OKkcmz

Give The People What They Want!
Give The People What They Want! National strike in Ecuador continues, Anti-NATO protests, and more

Give The People What They Want!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 30:15


Join us again today as Vijay Prashad, Zoe Alexandra and Prasanth R discuss major developments that took place last week across the world. Stories this Friday:

• El siglo 21 es hoy •
La historia de Uber

• El siglo 21 es hoy •

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 38:14


La historia de Uber y su código de deep learning y modelado probabilístico.Oye también Command Line Heroes en español: https://bit.ly/CommandLineHeroesES "La historia de Uber" es un reportaje en Amazon Prime Video: [https://www.primevideo.com/detail/La-historia-de-Uber/0TREVOL4IIK960YTEPZW3FCK8N]El reportaje- The Uber Story, reportaje de Sean Nicholls original para el programa 4 Corners de ABC News en Australia. Grabado en Australia y visitando el centro de tecnología y de innovación de Uber en Dan Francisco. Descripción en Prime Vídeo: “Uber es una de las marcas más grandes del mundo y ha revolucionado la forma en que nos transportamos. En los últimos nueve años, el digital vanguardista ha volcado todo modelo de negocio dentro de la industria. Pero el viaje hacia el éxito no ha sido fácil. ¿Cómo ha hecho esta empresa despiadada para esquivar a los reguladores y aplastar a sus competidores?” Probable respuesta: Perdiendo dinero en la operación con tal de quedarse con el mercado. Habrían gastado sin retorno (o perdido) más de 6 mil millones de dólares para romper el mercado. ¿Cómo y cuando tendrán el retorno de su inversión? La Inteligencia Artificial- El modelo de Uber: una aplicación electrónica de intermediación de transporte bajo demanda. La empresa ofrece información y un medio de enlazar servicios de transporte privado mediante el uso de las nuevas tecnologías. - Un conductor calificado, con auto - Un pasajero calificado, con dinero- La ventaja competitiva de Uber: Saber el precio que el cliente está dispuesto a pagar, y los métodos de pago.- El mercado de Uber: Domina México con 80% del **mercado** de transporte privado.- Qué sabe Uber de ti: - Quién eres - Dónde estás - Hacia dónde vas - Cuándo vas - Cómo pagas - Cuánto estás dispuesto a pagar - Cuántas veces te movilizas - Dónde vives - Dónde trabajas - Dónde vive tu familia o el personal de tu empresa La historia - UberCab, la primera versión de la app, fue desarrollada por Garrett Camp, Oscar Salazar y Conrad Whelan, sobre la idea de los fundadores: Travis Kalanick y Garrett Camp. Era 2009 y Uber se enfocaba en el transporte en autos de lujo en San Francisco. Para 2011 tenían grandes fondos inversores, entre los cuales habría estado Jeff Bezos y Google Ventures, y alianzas con America Móvil de Carlos Slim, tal como lo conté en [https://spreaker.page.link/cXC3KAW8bHddb2uC8] El 3 de diciembre de 2014… permitiendo su expansión internacional, con servicios ya de bajo costo bajo la modalidad Uber X, llegando a mercados tan grandes como India. En 2016 Uber fue sobrepasado en el mercado mundial por la aplicación china Didi, que logró estar en más ciudades. Uber ha sido expulsada de Austin, Texas; Y de Hungría. Protestas de taxistas en Londres, Paris, Berlín, Madrid, México y Bogotá. - EL CÓDIGO:- Según Gembeta: Uber utiliza Node. js (es un entorno en tiempo de ejecución multiplataforma, de código abierto, para la capa del servidor basado en el lenguaje de programación JavaScript, asíncrono), Python, Go, Java y Scala, lo que además les permite contratar ingenieros de forma más rápida al no verse limitados por el el lenguaje. Pero el usar tantos lenguajes diferentes se convierte en una limitación cuando se tiene que solucionar el mismo problema tantas veces como lenguajes existen.- Pyro, un nuevo lenguaje de programación lanzado por Uber que fusiona el aprendizaje profundo con la programación de probabilidad.- Uber Engeineering: [https://eng.uber.com/pyro/](https://eng.uber.com/pyro/) - *Alcanzar el objetivo de Uber de brindar un transporte confiable para todos requiere predicción y optimización sin esfuerzo en todo momento. Las oportunidades van desde hacer coincidir a los pasajeros con los conductores hasta sugerir rutas óptimas, encontrar combinaciones de grupos sensatas e incluso crear la próxima generación de vehículos inteligentes. Para resolver estos desafíos, estamos combinando técnicas de inteligencia artificial (IA) de última generación con la rica experiencia de científicos de datos, ingenieros y otros usuarios. Estamos explorando un enfoque basado en herramientas que nos permitirá a nosotros y a otros crear la próxima generación de soluciones de IA.* - *Como parte de esta iniciativa, Uber AI Labs se complace en anunciar el lanzamiento de código abierto de nuestro lenguaje de programación probabilístico Pyro . Pyro es una herramienta para el modelado probabilístico profundo, que unifica lo mejor del aprendizaje profundo moderno y el modelado bayesiano (*La **probabilidad bayesiana** es una de las diferentes interpretaciones del concepto de probabilidad. La interpretación bayesiana de la probabilidad puede ser vista como una extensión de la lógica proposicional que permite razonar con hipótesis, es decir, las proposiciones cuya veracidad o falsedad son inciertas). *El objetivo de Pyro es acelerar la investigación y las aplicaciones de estas técnicas y hacerlas más accesibles para la comunidad de IA en general.*

Good Morning Fútbol
GMF 04 de julio - "Kessie llega a Barcelona y se presenta el miércoles, Dembelé tiene prisa por aclarar su futuro, la desbandada del Liverpool, Berlusconi prepara dos bombazos para el Monza y más..."

Good Morning Fútbol

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 6:22


Bienvenidos una semana más a GMF. Hoy hablamos sobre otro nuevo jugador desconvocado por Xavi, de la llegada de Kessie a Barcelona para ser presentado el miércoles, de las prisas de Dembelé por aclarar su futuro pensando en el Barça, los contactos que tuvo el Madrid con Xavi Simmons, los cuatro destinos que se plantea Marcelo, la desbandada del Liverpool del que podría salir otro de sus cracks, los dos bombazos que quiere Berlusconi para su recién ascendido Monza, y el primer fichaje de la era Ten Hag en el United.

Formula Latina
Ep.91- Silverstone: la carrera del año

Formula Latina

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 66:19


Para describir lo sucedido en Silverstone, estas líneas no serán suficientes, por eso tienes que escuchar este episodio donde contamos todo lo qué pasó en el mejor Gran Premio que nos ha regalado esta temporada, con una doble arrancada, un fortísimo e impactante accidente, un final de película, una remontada espectacular y un nuevo ganador en la F1. Carlos Sainz ha conseguido su primera victoria y por eso es que Noemí De Miguel, periodista española, se ha unido a los formuleros para hacer el análisis del Gran Premio Británico. No te pierdas el anecdotario, te sorprenderás de saber más del piloto de Madrid. ✅ Suscribe: https://www.youtube.com/formulalatina  ✅ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FormulaLatinaPodcast/  ✅ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Formula_Latina  ✅ Instagram: https://instagram.com/formulalatinapodcast  Únete a nuestra liga en GRIDRIVAL en este enlace: https://bit.ly/3HNQ19T

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast
Richard Tanter's Canberra

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 16:26


The Prime Minister is heading back to Australia after his attendance at the NATO Summit in Madrid, and a visit to Ukraine at the invitation of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Albanese's European tour has been widely touted as a success, but there are concerns Australia's new closer relationship with NATO could present us with some difficulties to navigate.

One Decision
BONUS: The views from the Eastern Flank

One Decision

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 23:25


Better late than never? As Nato members scramble to organize support and aid for Ukraine, Nato command has pledged to beef up the Eastern Flank - the Alliance's frontier against Russia. With the potential addition of Sweden and Finland - which may yet be stymied by Turkey - Nato's border with Russia looks set to double. For the countries on the edge, of what's known as the 'Eastern Flank', Nato needs to do more than just send more troops and hardware. Our team at the Nato summit in Madrid spoke to a number of leaders, ministers and representatives from across these nations. These are their views.

A hombros de gigantes
A hombros de gigantes - Diez años del bosón de Higgs - 03/07/22

A hombros de gigantes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 57:54


Este martes, 4 de julio, se cumplen diez años del descubrimiento del bosón de Higgs. Un hito para la ciencia porque culminaba medio siglo de búsqueda, completaba el modelo estándar, fue un ejemplo paradigmático de colaboración internacional y abríó una nueva era para la física de partículas. Hemos entrevistado a María Cepeda, investigadora del CIEMAT en el LHC. Eva Rodríguez nos ha hablado de una bacteria gigante (Thiomargarita magnifica), la más grande de las conocidas hasta el momento, que llega a alcanzar un centímetro de longitud, y de dos sorprendentes estudios que sugieren que anfibios y reptiles no envejecen. Montse Villar nos ha contado como los telescopios MAGIC de la isla de La Palma registraron rayos gamma de muy alta energía provenientes de una estrella vampira que acabó explotando por la acumulación de material que le estaba robando a una estrella compañera. Con Bernardo Herradón hemos conocido las numerosas aplicaciones del silicio en electrónica y en la fabricación de compuestos como las siliconas. Javier Ablanque, al mando de nuestra máquina del tiempo, nos ha llevado a la batalla de la colina de la Hamburguesa --en plena guerra de Vietnam-- para ver como el famoso pegamento super glue (cianocrilato de metilo) se empleaba para cerrar heridas con gran pérdida de sangre en los soldados y los fundamentos de este adhesivo. Hemos tenido el placer de informar de la concesión del Premio COSCE 2022 a nuestro amigo y colaborador Lluis Montoliu, investigador del CNB (CSIC), por su labor como divulgador en los medios de comunicación y en las redes sociales. Con testimonios de Perla Wahnón, presidenta de la COSCE, y Rafael Garesse, ex rector de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid y miembro del jurado. Escuchar audio

Le Nouvel Esprit Public
G7 et OTAN face à la guerre en Ukraine / Algérie : 60 ans après l'indépendance / n°252 / 3 juillet 2022

Le Nouvel Esprit Public

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 61:12


Connaissez-vous notre site ? www.lenouvelespritpublic.frUne émission de Philippe Meyer, enregistrée au studio l'Arrière-boutique le 1er juillet 2022.Avec cette semaine :Akram Belkaïd, journaliste au Monde diplomatique.Marc-Olivier Padis, directeur des études de la fondation Terra Nova.Michaela Wiegel, correspondante à Paris de la Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.G7 ET OTAN FACE À LA GUERRE EN UKRAINEQuatre mois après le début de la guerre en Ukraine, au G7, de dimanche à mardi en Allemagne, puis lors du sommet de l'OTAN, de mardi soir à jeudi à Madrid, les Occidentaux ont tenté de surmonter les tensions et divergences que le prolongement de la guerre risque de creuser. A Elmau, en Bavière, les sept dirigeants des pays les plus riches ont décidé de frapper l'économie russe en « travaillant » sur un plafonnement du prix du pétrole russe et en imposant des restrictions à l'importation de l'or russe. Les dirigeants du G7 ont promis de soutenir l'Ukraine « tant qu'il le faudra » sur le plan militaire, financier, humanitaire ou diplomatique. Ils sont prêts à injecter cette année jusqu'à 28 Mds€ dans le budget de l'Etat ukrainien. Depuis le début de la guerre, le 24 février, les pays du G7 ont déjà promis l'équivalent de plus de 2,6 Mds€ d'aide humanitaire. Bien que le G7 joue un rôle central dans la coordination des sanctions engagées contre la Russie et dans l'aide apportée à l'Ukraine, il est tenu de composer avec les nombreux pays asiatiques, africains et latino-américains qui refusent de choisir leur camp et s'inquiètent des conséquences du retour de la guerre en Europe. Raison pour laquelle cinq dirigeants du Sud ont été invités lundi au sommet du G7.Le sommet de l'OTAN à Madrid, du 28 au 30 juin, s'est ouvert par la levée du veto turc sur l'adhésion de la Suède et de la Finlande à l'OTAN. Puis, les Etats-Unis ont annoncé l'envoi de nouveaux renforts militaires terrestres, maritimes et aériens américains en Europe afin de muscler les capacités de défense de l'OTAN face à la Russie, même si certaines de ces annonces viennent parachever des projets amorcés depuis plusieurs années. L'OTAN veut pouvoir mobiliser plus de 300 000 soldats en Europe. Dans une interview à l'ARD, le chancelier Olaf Scholz a assuré que la Bundeswehr allait devenir « la plus grande armée conventionnelle » d'Europe. Désormais, la stratégie de « défense avancée » de l'Otan consiste à déployer à l'Est une puissance de feu suffisante pour empêcher les chars russes de percer en premier. L'Alliance retrouve ainsi sa mission première : la défense du territoire de ses pays membres contre la menace russe. Le Secrétaire général de l'OTAN, Jens Stoltenberg a déclaré que la Russie représente « la menace la plus importante et la plus directe » pour la sécurité de la coalition militaire occidentale. Invité par visio-conférence aux deux sommets, le président ukrainien Volodymyr Zelensky a exhorté chaque fois les Occidentaux à intensifier les livraisons d'armements lourds à l'Ukraine et les sanctions contre Moscou afin que la guerre menée par la Russie dans son pays prenne fin avant l'hiver. Cependant, l'OTAN prévoit une guerre longue.Outre les chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement des 30 pays membres de l'OTAN, ainsi que ceux des deux nouveaux candidats, Finlande et Suède, pour la première fois, l'Australie, la Nouvelle-Zélande, la Corée du Sud et le Japon ont été invités à participer au sommet de l'Alliance sous l'impulsion des Etats-Unis.***ALGÉRIE : 60 ANS APRÈS L'INDÉPENDANCE Le 5 juillet 1962, la France quittait l'Algérie après plus d'un siècle de domination coloniale. La célébration de cet anniversaire intervient dans un climat social morose. Les espoirs de libéralisation nés en 2019 lors du départ du président Abdelaziz Bouteflika, poussé par le Hirak un mouvement de protestation populaire, à renoncer à briguer un cinquième mandat après vingt ans de pouvoir, ont fait long feu. Depuis, le régime a embastillé journalistes et défenseurs des droits humains. Au cours des six premiers mois de 2022, près de 300 Algériens ont été placés derrière les barreaux pour délit d'opinion, selon l'organisme Algerian Detainees. Depuis 2019, plus de 600 citoyens ont été arrêtés pour avoir manifesté ou même simplement soutenu l'opposition au régime en place. Après les militants du Hirak, les manifestants, les leaders des partis d'opposition et les journalistes, premiers dans la ligne de mire du pouvoir en place, ce sont désormais les avocats des accusés qui se retrouvent inculpés. Le divorce entre le peuple et ses dirigeants a été illustré par la participation indigente au référendum constitutionnel de novembre 2020. Moins du quart du corps électoral s'est déplacé. La pandémie a aggravé les vulnérabilités de l'économie, qui s'est contractée de près de 5 % en 2020. Les déficits des comptes publics se creusent, l'inflation galope, le chômage affecte un jeune sur quatre et la dépendance absolue au pétrole et au gaz (qui fournissent plus de 90 % des recettes d'exportation) rend nécessaire une reconversion profonde de l'économie que le pouvoir semble incapable d'engager. Dans ce pays de 45 millions d'habitants où les moins de 30 ans représentent plus de la moitié de la population, la jeunesse vote avec ses pieds : au moins 10 000 Algériens ont rejoint l'Espagne clandestinement depuis le début de 2021. Sur cet arrière-plan de crise politique, économique et sociale, le pouvoir cherche son salut dans le durcissement extérieur. Avec Paris, il a engagé un bras de fer sur l'épineuse question mémorielle. Il a coupé les liens avec le Maroc, avec qui la relation était déjà déplorable. La rupture a été matérialisée par la fermeture, depuis le 31 octobre 2021, du gazoduc qui alimentait le royaume chérifien et, au-delà, l'Espagne.Le quotidien algérien El Watan observe que « l'idéal post-indépendance tant imaginé par les pères fondateurs de la nation algérienne n'est pas encore atteint […] La question sociale, celle du patriarcat, la condition des femmes, la place du religieux dans l'ordre social et politique ou la question de la diversité linguistique et culturelle sont autant d'interrogations qui conditionnent le devenir du pays ».Toutefois, la hausse des cours des hydrocarbures provoquée par la guerre en Ukraine offre au pouvoir une marge de manœuvre en matière de redistribution. Selon les prévisions du Fonds monétaire international, les recettes de l'Algérie devraient atteindre 58 milliards de dollars en 2022, contre 34 milliards en 2021 et 20 milliards en 2020. Même si les prix du blé et des autres produits alimentaires importés explosent, la situation financière s'améliore nettement permettant d'acheter la paix sociale.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Santa Misa del domingo 3/7/22, Iglesia de María Virgen Madre

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 38:45


Misa desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, celebrada por los sacerdotes Franciscanos de María. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv, en el enlace bit.ly/MisaDiaria Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Pushback with Aaron Mate
NATO escalates the Ukraine proxy war (w/ Michael Tracey)

Pushback with Aaron Mate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 120:00


The Grayzone's Aaron Maté and Max Blumenthal nterview Michael Tracey live from Madrid, where NATO meets to plan a major escalation in the Ukraine proxy war and admit Sweden and Finland as members. Guest: Michael Tracey. https://mtracey.substack.com/ Support Pushback: https://www.patreon.com/aaronmate

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)
Homilia 3/7/22 “Rezar por las vocaciones” P. Santiago Martín FM

Magnificat TV (Franciscanos de María)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 8:55


Homilía del P.Santiago Martín FM, fundador de los Franciscanos de María desde la Parroquia María Virgen Madre, de Madrid, o desde otras iglesias. Los videos de las homilias y de la misa diaria se encuentran en www.magnificat.tv Cuenta Oficial de los Franciscanos de María - Misioneros del Agradecimiento. Canales de comunicación: - Sitio web: www.magnificat.tv - Facebook: bit.ly/FacebookMagnificatTV y bit.ly/FacebookFranciscanosMaria - YouTube: bit.ly/YouTubeMagnificatTV - Twitter: twitter.com/MagnificatTV - Telegram: t.me/FranciscanosDeMaria_esp - Instagram: bit.ly/InstagramMagnificatTV - Podcast en Ivoox: bit.ly/AudiosMagnificatTV - Apple Podcast: bit.ly/AppleMagnificatTV - Google Podcast: bit.ly/GooglePodcastMagnificatTV - Spotify: bit.ly/SpotifyMagnificatTV - Amazon Music: bit.ly/AmazonMusicMagnificatTV

Explaining Ukraine
Russia's missile terrorism kills civilians. – Ukraine weekly digest, 27 June – 3 July | Ep. 119

Explaining Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 48:54


Russia made a missile strike on a trade mall in Kremenchuk, killing over 20 people; 36 went missing. This and others are cases of Russia's increasing missile terrorism hitting civilian targets in Ukraine, which Kremlin propaganda tries in vain to deny. Unable to withstand Ukrainian strikes, Russia retreats from the Zmiinyi island in the Black Sea, but Russians continue their offensive in the whole Luhansk oblast in the East. The situation on the front is difficult as weapon disparity between Russia and Ukraine is still considerable. NATO summit in Madrid calls Russia “the most significant and direct threat” to Allies. – This and more in a new weekly digest of our “Explaining Ukraine” podcast. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and journalist, in charge of international outreach at the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre. Support us on patreon.com/ukraineworld

Oppenheimer
"Se trata de imponer un nuevo lenguaje, una realidad paralela a la realidad", dice Isabel Díaz Ayuso sobre el lenguaje inclusivo

Oppenheimer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 39:29


Isabel Díaz Ayuso, presidenta de la Comunidad de Madrid, habla sobre el futuro de los colombianos luego de la victoria de Gustavo Petro, el lenguaje inclusivo, los pedidos del presidente de México de que España pida perdón por la conquista y la decisión de la Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos de eliminar el derecho constitucional al aborto a nivel federal. Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

Visão Global
O novo conceito estratégico da NATO

Visão Global

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 48:43


A NATO renasceu em Madrid; Henry Kissinger surpreendido com a escalada da guerra e a violência na Ucrânia; E um novo livro sobre a extrema-direita. Edição de José Guerreiro.

No es un día cualquiera
No es un día cualquiera - OTAN y recesión - F. Arancón - El orden mundial - 03-07-22

No es un día cualquiera

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 13:40


Con Fernando Arancón del portal “El Orden Mundial”, analizamos lo que ha dado de sí la cumbre de la OTAN en Madrid y nos preguntamos si viene una recesión económica. Escuchar audio

Corner Späti
The Brandonization of Europe

Corner Späti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 92:50


It's a long one! We talk G7, Spain and then wind Nick up to talk about the recent NATO summit in Madrid. Also, offically welcome Uma to the show! HOW TO SUPPORT US: https://www.patreon.com/cornerspaeti HOW TO REACH US: Corner Späti https://twitter.com/cornerspaeti Julia https://twitter.com/KMarxiana Rob https://twitter.com/leninkraft Nick https://twitter.com/sternburgpapi Ciarán https://twitter.com/CiaranDold