Our new buddy Matt joins us on this episode to talk titular towns and Pittular roles, and we encounter the Savior from Seattle, the Paul Pixar power up, and find out who really was Rod's mom. Will anyone overlap enough to steal a second season win from Paul? Listen, like, subscribe, follow, listen again! If you read this whole thing, please rate on iTunes and write a review that just says "Randallnator".
Denver man pleads guilty to killing, dismembering man found in 2 suitcases Matthew Coleman's Family Members 'Believe He Had a Psychotic Break' and Are Standing by Him Florida man accused of killing woman was reportedly dating the victim and her mother Why Is the Prosecution and Defense Fight Over Photos of hand in the Josh Duggar's Child Porn Case? Get more at: HTTP://www.darksidepod.com
On this episode of #WeNeedToTalk, Malynda chats with the founders of United Stages Collective, Sam Cook, Madison Prince and Matt Coleman. They talk about the purpose behind United Stages collective, culturally what they want to bring to the states, the need for representation within Indigenous and Aboriginal communities and what the future holds. United stages collective is aiming to bring aboriginal Australian creative excellence to Hollywood. Their goal is to bring a different perspective to the Film and television industry as well as presenting the industry with the opportunity for more intersection and collaboration.
In this episode of AUHSD Future Talks, Superintendent Matsuda interviews Dr. Matt Coleman, CEO of Inflexion. His focus on school systems change has produced demonstrable results, is rooted in organizational theory and informed by his extensive experience working at every level of the secondary education system, as an educational assistant, middle and high school teacher, high school assistant principal, middle and high school principal, director of secondary education, and assistant superintendent.Dr. Coleman's current work builds on his experiences on the ground as an educator. As a school administrator, he used the Four Keys to College and Career Readiness developed by Inflexion's founder, Dr. David Conley, as a foundation for his work. The Four Keys (Think, Know, Act, and Go) represent a holistic vision of student readiness for schools as well as a shared mental model for staff to anchor their understanding of readiness. Matt has also formalized his learnings from the education system into The Inflexion Approach, an organizational framework designed to support schoolwide implementation efforts. The Inflexion Approach is rooted in organizational theory and recognizes the critical role identity plays in developing schools and systems that serve all students well.
On the latest show, I dropped a mock draft for the lottery only! I was able to interview former Texas Longhorn standout and NBA Draft prospect Matt Coleman. We talk about the basketball scene in Virginia, choosing Texas and prepping for the NBA draft. https://linktr.ee/OffTheBallPod
Returning guests Adam Speas, from the Throwback Trivia Takedown, and Assistant Coach Matt Coleman joined us for this Mason-hosted game. In it we learned that Matt is moving to Seattle to become the next lifelong Kraken fan, that Mason is skilled at getting numerous Whooo!? calls, and finally, that Adam knows way too much about Waffle Crisp including that it is not a serial killer, but it is a killer cereal. https://www.patreon.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.facebook.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.twitter.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.instagram.com/benchwarmerstp/ https://www.teepublic.com/stores/benchwarmers-trivia-podcast
On this episode we interview former Texas PG and 2021 NBA Draft Prospect Matt Coleman! We go through some of his game, ask him about teammates Greg Brown and Kai Jones and get to know Matt off the court as well. Music by Thugboxbeats
Hey everyone! Today I'll be sitting down with Matt Coleman, a friend of mine who also really likes The Bad Batch, Mandalorians, the Republic Commando series, and all of Star Wars as a whole. We'll be discussing all of that and more today, so I hope you enjoy! Please let me know what you thought at my email, firstname.lastname@example.org --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In the first round of the 2021 BTP Tournament, Adrian Bias faces off against Matt Coleman with Matt hosting and Markkus as the Benchwarmer helper. In this match, we learn about NCAA mascots, the NBA draft, college basketball, and some old-timey baseball. https://www.patreon.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.facebook.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.twitter.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.instagram.com/benchwarmerstp/ https://www.teepublic.com/stores/benchwarmers-trivia-podcast.
Assistant Coach Matt Coleman returned to the bench for this episode, teaming up with Eric Walling to face off against Eric Ede & Josh in a Mason-hosted game. In the episode, we learned the real identity of D.J. Cooper's dad, that it was in fact not Bruce Lee, and that Mason really likes Jon Bois of SB Nation. https://www.patreon.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.facebook.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.twitter.com/benchwarmerstp https://www.instagram.com/benchwarmerstp/ https://www.teepublic.com/stores/benchwarmers-trivia-podcast
Richard (@MavsDraft) gives an audible version of his Tre Mann scouting report, as well as emphasizing the prior episode with Jared Katz regarding Kai Jones. New scouting reports of the rest of the Longhorns are also included, with deep dives of Greg Brown, Jericho Sims, Matt Coleman, and Courtney Ramey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gina Bryce and guests look ahead to this week's Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up sales. Gina is joined by Tattersalls Marketing Director Jimmy George, consignor Blarney Holland from Grove Stud and renowned agent Matt Coleman.
Gina Bryce and guests look ahead to this week's Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up sales. Gina is joined by Tattersalls Marketing Director Jimmy George, consignor Blarney Holland from Grove Stud and renowned agent Matt Coleman.
Do the "Little Brains" in your life love watching, listening to, and/or doing the same thing over and over...and over...and over again?What's up with that?I decided to ask an expert, 6-year-old, Zoey Nykoruk why she loves hearing the same book, same podcast, and watching the same movie over and over... and over again. She had some interesting things to say about repetition.And then, I did some research and found out even more interesting things about our affinity for repetition. It turns out, it's not just Little Brains who love it - us big kids love it too.It's how we learn new skills, how our brains seek connection, what makes songs so catchy, and how we build beliefs... and we're sensitive to it even before we're born!Join me inside to learn more!This week's episode is dedicated to my friend and colleague, Matt Coleman, who posed the focus question that inspired this episode, and whose son, Quinn, shares Zoey's affinity for repetition (whose podcast Zoey likes to listen to... repeatedly!) Special thanks to Claire Gillespie, who sent me lovely encouraging message right when I needed it most! Thank you, Claire!LINKSInstagram Facebook Group Facebook Page Coaching with Sarah NykorukThe Sprout and Stem Podcast - hosted by Quinn and Matt Coleman
HP has a new product out - the HP Reverb G2. HP’s Global Head of Virtual Reality for Location-Based Entertainment, Joanna Popper, joins Matt Coleman for an exciting look at what’s ahead Train for Hollywood Success www.HollywoodCreativeAcademy.com
200,000 hours. That’s the amount of development time Jason Yim has led in mixed reality, with his company Trigger being a notably as a showcase developer for Google and Amazon, as a preferred partner for Snap, Facebook, Instagram and for Verizon's 5G Innovation team. Matt Coleman interviews Jason about how Mixed and Extended Reality is being used. Train for Hollywood Success www.HollywoodCreativeAcademy.com
The future of computing looks like a pair of glasses. At least, that’s the vision of Jason McDowall. Jason is the founder of Ostendo, a company specialising in Smart Glasses. Jason’s used to asking the questions on The AR Podcast, but today Matt Coleman interviews Jason for a vision of the future. Train for Hollywood Success www.HollywoodCreativeAcademy.com
Twenty years ago, on a dare, Lionel Chok joined the TV industry “for a few months”. Since then he has explored the bleeding edge of creative industries, and now is one of Asia’s leading voices on Augmented and Virtual Reality. Speaking from Singapore, Lionel updates Matt Coleman on what’s new with AR and VR in Asia. Train for Hollywood Success www.HollywoodCreativeAcademy.com
Matt Coleman interviews Dimitri Mikhalchuk, Co-Founder & Chief Revenue Officer, from Teslasuit XR Enterprise Training. Dmitri showcases the world leading motion & biometric applications of the Teslasuit that won the world's biggest design awards, the Reddot Awards 2019. Train for Hollywood Success www.HollywoodCreativeAcademy.org
Magnify's Matt Coleman interviews Lisa Rich, Founder & Chief Operating Officer from XPLORE "SPACE AS A SERVICE" about the very near future of space innovation & exploration. Train for Hollywood Success www.HollywoodCreativeAcademy.com
With just three games to cover and minus Dan Fisher, we are joined by Sokkah Twitter eminence Matt Coleman. We look at the games on offer, play trivia and hear about the goings on in the QSL.Follow Us On Twitter | Follow Us On Instagram | Like us on FacebookYou can also email us: email@example.com
window.parent.CKEDITOR.tools.callFunction( 47, window ); Join us for a holiday show. Alt-right host Aaron White fights in the war on Christmas, retired actress Martha Young trashes a pine tree, and JP tells a true childhood tail about a flying turkey. With special musical Christmas cards sent in by Young Mister, Carolyn Mark, Sunfields, and Matt Coleman.
Remember the internet before search engines? Gigabytes of information were available, but we didn’t know how to find it. The same is happening today with AR/VR content. Luis Martins literally wrote the book on AR/VR (in Portuguese), and today pioneers B2B applications of AR and VR. Matt Coleman interviews Luis Martins and discusses the present and future of augmented reality. Hollywood Secrets Revealed www.HollywoodCreativeAcademy.com
Mike and Gus welcome talk Champions Classic, Maui Invitational, big individual performances, "Get Gus' Thoughts," and preview the weekend games!Follow us @STheSPodcast on Twitter. Rate and subscribe to Spreaker, iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn Radio!Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0r14k3YJBdOaT9Lz6RJTEwEmail the show StheSPodcast@gmail.com
On this episode of We Talk Health, Will Kwasigroh and Cathy Sudbury travel to the Sports Plus Dyersburg location and interview JoBeth Cook and Matt Coleman about the LSVT Big and Loud Program. This is a program, created in 1987, that is designed to help people improve function and potentially slow the progression of Parkinson's disease, which can deter speech and motor function as the disease progresses. The Big aspect focuses on movement and how to maintain motor function while the Loud aspect focuses on speech. Tune in to find out more!If you have questions, reach out to Sports Plus Dyersburg at (731)286-1115, or follow the link below: https://www.wth.org/locations/sports-plus-rehab-centers-dyersburg/Hosts: Will KwasigrohSocial Media Coordinator Cathy Sudbury Marketing Manager JoBeth CookSpeech-Language Pathologist Matt Coleman PT
Matt Coleman, Director of Primary Education for Nene Education Trust and its seven schools, shares insights into the education world and how back to school and the new term is going. Originally Broadcast 8th September on Open4Business on NLive Radio
Today’s bonus is part two our three part series all about the Simpsons! John Cushman, Matt Coleman, Paul McLaughlin, Danny Richter, Addy Lewis, and Larry Artz all compete in this 15 question round. Two players will advance to the final round and the rest will be left saying d’oh! Thank you to our Patrons for making all bonus episodes possible! https://www.trivialitypodcast.com/the-cream-of-the-crop/ Support us Directly: http://www.patreon.com/TrivialityPodcast Please RATE, REVIEW, and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your preferred podcast app! Follow us on social media! www.trivialitypodcast.com www.Facebook.com/TrivialityPod www.Twitter.com/TrivialtyPod Want to hear your trivia question during an episode? Send us a general knowledge question to the e-mail: TrivialityPodcast@Gmail.com with the subject QUESTION 5 and a host's name (Ken, Matt, Neal, or Jeff). We will read one listener submitted question per round. © Triviality Podcast - 2020
The group welcomes Matt Coleman to the bench, Dan hosts his first Benchwarmer game while slaying it with his singing talents and the undefeated duo of Scott & Eric defend their benchwarmers title. We also learn fun things like: Where Hobey Baker went to college, why Hobey Baker liked tigers, and who Hobey Baker is. Stay tuned to the very end for a special musical treat from Dan! :-)
Former Fox Sports Football producer Matt Coleman joins us this week to wrap up a huge week. We discuss the A-League resumption, the broadcast deal and spat between the FFA and Fox, the league's move to winter as well as Brebs as manager, Carlos reuniting with Muscat and the 2023 Women's World Cup bid.
What could be a reason for an author to not continue with a series? How can a creative outlet be therapeutic after suffering trauma? In this podcast, Billy and Brandy Eldridge speak with author Matt Coleman about his books, writing with authenticity, and dealing with the unexpected loss of his ex-wife. Meet Matt Coleman Matt […] The post Author Matt Coleman on Writing Fiction and Parenting Through Tragedy | Episode 6 appeared first on Beta Male Revolution.
(N.B.: This episode was recorded as part of a live Twitch broadcast, as part of the Gamers vs. MS charity marathon. At times there may have been some minor audio issues.) Your contestants in this game, recorded as part of Gamers vs. MS, are Matt Coleman, Jasmine Leonas, and Niño Yosinao! As always, they attempt to name as many items as they can from lists in all categories! You can find our Patreon at patreon.com/thejeopardyfan/. You can also follow us on Twitter at @CompleteList and on Instagram at @completethelist, and please review us on your favorite podcasting app! Episode notes: Categories: Only 13 Good Teams of 30; A 12-Answer Geography Category; Reconstruction; Describing Things; Holy Mother Forking Shirtballs; Hell Freezes Over Sometimes; First, or Sixteenth?, Even More Than Zombies
Patrick and co-host Cami Griffin discuss a wild win for the men's basketball team in Norman on a late three from Matt Coleman. What is the status of Colt McCoy's career and just where could he play in 2020? A recruiting update from Cami and which Longhorns recruit has jumped up in the rankings? Plus what does the updated bracketology and women's softball rankings look like after a wild week on the 40 acres? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is our last episode of the year and we are honored to have a friend, Matt Coleman, join us for the rant of the season. It’s a tough subject for most, Ryan Pace is at the center of the discussion for obvious reasons. We are looking forward to next year and what the team can bring. Stay tuned for more details on any improvements or updates for the next year. Cheers! If you enjoy the show, please rate and review us on iTunes as this will help us understand how we can improve and provide you with better content. We are available on all platforms for podcasts. Would you like to submit a question to the podcast for us to discuss? Please contact us on social media or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org As always, we appreciate your support and loyalty to the Chicago Bears.
Welcome to the first episode of Overtime with Coleman. In this episode you'll meet Matt Coleman, a longtime Director of Athletics, hear his quick story and learn what future episodes will look like. This podcast connects athletics, leadership and life through the lens of people who are making an impact in their world. Join Matt on this journey of meeting people who will encourage and challenge you. If you have any questions or would love to be a guest of a future podcast, feel free to contact Matt at email@example.com. Thanks for listening! .
It’s the second bye week, so we took the opportunity to preview the Texas Longhorns basketball team as they head toward their tipoff on Nov. 5 against Northern Colorado. Head coach Shaka Smart heads into his fifth season at the helm for the Longhorns, looking to improve on a season that ended as the NIT Champion a year ago. Texas will likely be helmed by a group of talented guards, with Courtney Ramey, Matt Coleman and Jase Febres leading the charge, as well as a likely return from Andrew Jones and freshman Donovan Williams. The emergence of Jaxson Hayes led him to the NBA, so a rotational group of big men will likely need several contributors to find success in the 2019-2020 season. Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In part one, we bring the family onto the podcast with Matt Flesch, also Bears fan. The guys touch on many topics and bring it full circle to the expectation of the rest of the season. Let's rebound off the bye week, and show our Chicago pride going forward. In part two, we are joined by our next guest, Matt Coleman, a personal friend, and fellow Bears fanatic. That's right, it's back to back episodes with the Matt's. We start talking through the main points and throw out opinions and thoughts on the current season going forward. Enjoy! If you enjoy the show, please rate and review us on iTunes as this will help us understand how we can improve and provide you with better content. We are available on all platforms for podcasts. Would you like to submit a question to the podcast for us to discuss? Please contact us on social media or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org As always, we appreciate your support and loyalty to the Chicago Bears.
***LAY IT ON ME*** Patreon supporters Rich Flegal and Matt Coleman square off on this full length Seinfeld Lay It On Me. Phil Sanford joins our guests to host the game that he wrote just for the occasion. From pirates with puffy shirts, to low talkers, this game is real and spectacular. Rich and Matt fight it out until yada, yada, yada one is the Cream of the Crop. Thank you to our Patrons for making all bonus episodes possible! https://www.trivialitypodcast.com/the-cream-of-the-crop/ Please RATE, REVIEW, and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your preferred podcast app! Follow us on social media, and support the show on Patreon for great perks! www.trivialitypodcast.com www.Facebook.com/TrivialityPod www.Twitter.com/TrivialtyPod www.Patreon.com/TrivialityPodcast Want to hear your trivia question during an episode? Send us a general knowledge question to the e-mail: TrivialityPodcast@Gmail.com with the subject QUESTION 5 and a host's name (Ken, Matt, Neal, or Jeff). We will read one listener submitted question per round. © Pain Don't Hurt - 2019
This is a Q&A session with our first guest on the show, Matt Coleman. The format is shorter than usual, but you will get a fresh perspective from others. This is part one of a mini-series, so please let us know what you think. We all want to win a Super Bowl, but we also have our concerns. This was a great year for the team, especially the defense. We definitely have improvements for next year and it’s time to turn the cards over. Let’s pause and reflect. After broken hearts, we still stand by our Monsters of the Midway. If you enjoy the show, please rate and review us on iTunes as this will help us understand how we can improve and provide you with better content. We are available on most platforms for podcasts. Would you like to submit a question to the podcast for us to discuss? Please contact us by email at email@example.com As always, we appreciate your support and loyalty to the Chicago Bears.
Racing Post Bloodstock's Martin Stevens talks to bloodstock agent Matt Coleman, who has bought horses such as Lil Rockerfeller, Global Citizen, Robin of Navan, Sands of Mali and many others. Matt talks about life as an agent, how he got into the business and his major successes in racing. RP Bloodstock's James Thomas joins later in the show to talk about issues in the industry, buying stores vs proven horses at boutique sales and jumping sires. Matt also talks about the Cheltenham Festival 2019 where Global Citizen runs in the Champion Hurdle and Lil Rockerfeller runs in the Stayers'. --- Producer: @AnyOldAdam --- Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2l9x35T Website: http://www.racingpost.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/RacingPost & http://twitter.com/RacingPostTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/racingpost Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2vq457o SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/racingpost
Texas basketball loses a heartbreaker on the road against the Kansas Jayhawks. Texas took an early lead, but was not able to hold onto it late. Matt Coleman, Kerwin Roach II and Jase Febres all turned in decent performances, but it seemed as if the team couldn’t string it all together. How does Texas manage to right the ship and what does it mean for the future of the program? (2:49) The football team got the answers it was looking for to plan for the 2019 season. Lil’Jordan Humphrey made the decision to jump to the NFL Draft, while safety Brandon Jones will return for one more year. What does his return mean for the Texas defense and how will Texas bakcfill its leading receiver? (16:00) Texas baseball is gearing up for their 2019 run, but got some devastating news as shortstop David Hamilton will miss the whole season due to a ruptured achilles. In spite of that, the Longhorns are ranked No. 23 and hope to have another impressive run (33:15). We close the show out by honoring one of the best traditions in all of college athletics, Big Bertha, and we Bang the Drum. Kyle looks at two Longhorns in the NBA, while Gerald gets excited about an overlooked 2019 football signee (38:02). Myron Warren Dunk Connect with the show on Twitter and Facebook. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little / CC BY-SA 4.0 ) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt Coleman, DEd, has worked at every level of the secondary education system. He has served as educational assistant, middle school teacher, high school teacher, high school assistant principal, middle school principal, high school principal, director of secondary education, and assistant superintendent. In his administrative roles, Matt supported significant change resulting in improved outcomes for all kids—with a positive, differential impact on students who have been historically underserved. Not for profit organization - research and consulting about making school work for all kids. Think about what it means to be successful. All kids are served well. Organizational theory - inflexion framework. School identity should inform Schools don’t have a consensus of outcomes that defines readiness. As Inflexion, we use the Four Keys (Think, Know, Act, and Go) developed by our founder, Dr. David Conley, as a critical driver in our work with schools. This framework represents a holistic vision for schools and systems to align with as well as a shared mental model for staff to anchor their understanding of readiness. Our instructional approaches don’t engender ownership. Some information is available only to the privileged few. AVID is one of the programs that helps give kids privilege. Must think holistically Schools that are working for all kids have a consensus of outcomes and clarity of identity. Life readiness maxims Map skills they have learned against “Think, Know, Act, Go“ (or 5 C’s, or 21st Century Skills) Identity is a concept of vision. Take a look at what you do, and making a system that serves ALL students. What are you doing to what end? How do the activities you’re doing link to “Think, Know, Act, Go”? Life Ready Maxims Nike has 11 maxims. Maxims - how to distill and communicate key ideas of your vision. “We are Valley” Structure should reflect identity. Being consistently inconsistent Question to ask in interviews. 2nd question: How would you define fair and how would you apply it to kids. Hiring practices should reflect core maxims. Articulate that you understand that your perspectives are different. How to be a transformative Principal? Schools cannot form identity if the principal doesn’t have an understanding of their own maxims. Identify 10-12 stakeholders and ask 3 questions: What do I (as the principal) value, what do I believe, how do I see the world? (And what about what I do reflects those things) If you don’t see consistency in maxims, you need to do your own development work. How do I help my staff develop that same maxim? Be consistently inconsistent around the function of the behavior. Schedule a call with Jethro Are you feeling like you are always behind at school? Do you feel like you need about 2 more hours each day to accomplish everything? Here’s how I help principals work manageable hours: Create your ideal week, so that you can leave work at work and enjoy your life! Please take a moment to rate this podcast in iTunes or on Stitcher. Please follow me on Twitter: @jethrojones for the host and @TrnFrmPrincipal for the show. Buy Communication Cards Show notes on TransformativePrincipal.com Download Paperless Principal. Take Control of your email Web Site Transformative Principal on Stitcher Refer A Principal Best Tools for Busy Administrators Survey
David Wilkinson returns to the show after stopping in for a spell on our Harry Potter episode. Matt Coleman joins Ken to take on Neal and Jeff. There are postal code discussions, obligatory Chicago questions, and one last chance for Triviality to get something right. Patreon Supporters: https://www.trivialitypodcast.com/the-cream-of-the-crop/ Join our Facebook Group: The Crop https://www.facebook.com/groups/thecrop Please RATE, REVIEW, and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your preferred podcast app! Follow us on social media, and support the show on Patreon for great perks! www.TrivialityPodcast.comwww.Facebook.com/TrivialityPodwww.Twitter.com/TrivialityPodwww.Patreon.com/TrivialityPodcastWant to hear your trivia question during an episode? Send us a general knowledge question to the e-mail: TrivialityPodcast@Gmail.com with the subject QUESTION 5 and a host’s name (Ken, Matt, Neal, or Jeff). We will read one listener submitted question per round.[New Episodes Every Tuesday]© Pain Don’t Hurt – 2018
Tonight we feature the 2005 recording of Natural Blue by Curry Harter. This CD features artists from the Inland Empire of California. Curry Harter plays Harmonica on all songs. He is joined by Jasson Seccurro drums, Brittney Carvajal Vocals, Kelly McGuire, Engineer producer and Guitar, Sean Johnson Drums, Gordan Mike Taylor Piano, Matt Coleman guitar and vocal, Shirl lead vocals on Rock me Baby, Ken Jones Hammond B3, Chris Beach vocals and guitar, Jeff Wilson Bass, and Clayton Crawford guitar. Also appearing tonight is Rob Lumbard with Curry Harter. Please like subscribe, and share! If you find on us Podbean please follow!!!!!!! THANKS!!!!!
In this week’s Longhorn Republic, Gerald Goodridge and Kyle Carpenter lament a missed opportunity in Lubbock (2:00), but applaud Matt Coleman’s bounceback performance against the Oklahoma Sooners (8:19). They compare the struggles of freshman breakouts Trae Young and Mohamed Bamba, and look ahead a bit to the next meeting of the two teams. Then, Cody Daniel stops by for a National Signing Day preview (17:13), breaking down what fans should expect and who they should be watching leading up to National Signing Day. Should fans expect the calm of a Mack Brown National Signing Day or the fireworks more closely associated with Charlie Strong’s tenure? Finally, they look at why Chris Warren III may have gotten an invite to the NFL Combine over Poona Ford (24:43) As always, the boys honor Big Bertha and Bang the Drum (29:03). Kyle bangs the drum on the Dylan Ostekowski making bold hair choices and Gerald reflects on the career of Aaron Williams. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher. Intro and Outro: Earth, Wind, Fire (Ryan Little) / CC BY-SA 4.0 If you want to donate to assist with the medical treatment of Andrew Jones, visit HornRaiser. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's another 3-for-all hosted by Neal with special listener submitted questions from Matt Hiller, Matt Coleman, Sam Carr, Dave Maslowski, John Berry & Full Second Round from Tim Evans (Facebook.com/QuizMercenary). The contestants try their hands at wordplay, evoke memories of the film "Moneyball", and Ken get's extra salty during the swing-round. Look out for a record setting amount of bleeps in this one! Worst. Swing-round. Ever. *Swing Round Correction: Vicki Gunvalson works insurance, not real estate. Thanks to Patreon supporter Kathy Fischer for pointing out.* Patreon Support:David LivasyRich FlegalJason BorsomKathy FischerAnn GlowienkeBrent BollmeierSam CarrPaula Forrest Please RATE, REVIEW, and SUBSCRIBE on iTunes or your preferred podcast app! Follow us on social media, and support the show on Patreon for great perks!www.TrivialityPodcast.comwww.Facebook.com/TrivialityPodwww.Twitter.com/TrivialityPodwww.Patreon.com/TrivialityPodcast Want to hear your trivia question during an episode? Send us a general knowledge question to the e-mail: TrivialityPodcast@Gmail.com with the subject QUESTION 5 and a host’s name (Ken, Matt, Neal, or Jeff). We will read one listener submitted question per round.This Episode Brought To You By: Best Of The Best Podcastwww.Facebook.com/BestoftheBest Announcer: DARREN MARLARwww.MarlarHouse.comwww.youtube.com/marlarhouse[New Episodes Every Tuesday]© Pain Don’t Hurt – 2018
This week Dave Baxter from Avalanche City has been the centre of a big media story after he won a court case against his ex-manager. The judge ordered the now infamous Matt Coleman to pay back $307,287.27 and though it’s not clear if Dave will ever see the money, this verdict is a win for us all. We chat about his career, how his first single Love Love Love took off and Dave’s account of the recent legal battle.
There’s nothing like a trip back home to visit family and friends – or attending a college reunion - to make you ponder the passage of time. And as we reported this past week on Science Today, University of California, Berkeley physicist Richard Muller has proposed a new theory about the flow of time. "My theory postulates that space and time are so tightly linked in general relativity, that if you create more space, you’re creating more time. If the expansion of the universe, starting with the Big Bang and now coasting ahead is constantly creating more space, it must also be creating new time." Muller theorizes that that space between the galaxies and the newly created time is what we call ‘now’. Muller is collaborating with CalTech on this and has proposed using LIGO, an experiment that detects gravitational waves created by merging black holes, to test the theory. So we’ll stay tuned on that one. And on the subject of space, we also spoke to radiobiologist Matt Coleman of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory about his work developing a medical device that provides a comprehensive in-flight medical diagnostic system. This will help NASA in their push to better understand the long-tern effects of space travel. "This tool we’re building, you know we think it’s going to have a huge health benefit, but it’s going to have a huge research benefit … and so getting this up into space and even on the International Space Station, it will have a huge benefit, just in the research that we can do." And a new curriculum for medical students at the University of California, San Francisco will help with better treatment for patients here on terra firma. Dr. Anna Chang, who helped develop Bridges, says one aspect is to help doctors better communicate with their patients – including translating medical language commonly used into something patients, families and other care providers can comprehend. "So, starting with day one, we are asking our students to practice what the world looks like from their patients’ perspectives." These are just some of the University of California stories we covered this past week. Listen to these and other Science Today episodes on iTunes or Soundcloud. Thanks for listening - until next time, I’m Larissa Branin. Subscribe to Science Today: iTunes: apple.co/1TQBewD Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/science-today Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ucsciencetoday Stories mentioned in this roundup: https://soundcloud.com/sciencetoday/flow_time https://soundcloud.com/sciencetoday/space_travel https://soundcloud.com/sciencetoday/doctor_patient
There’s still a lot of the unknown when it comes to the long-term impacts of space travel, so there is a big push by NASA to better understand these effects. At the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, radiobiologist Matt Coleman is part of team that has developed a small medical device that provides a comprehensive in-flight medical diagnostic system. Coleman explains that it can detect diseases from long-term exposure to microgravity and exposure to radiation. "This tool we’re building, you know we think it’s going to have a huge health benefit, but it’s going to have a huge research benefit because we don’t really know how do all of these things actually respond in space, in exploration, in research animals, let alone humans. And so getting this up into space and even on the International Space Station, it will have a huge benefit, just in the research that we can do." The portable diagnostic device can also be used for battlefield medicine, in Third World countries or even in the case of a radiological event like Chernobyl or Fukishima.
In this week’s episode, Guillot is joined by Matt Coleman ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-coleman-42352611/ ) , Senior Director of Business Development at Volansi ( https://flyvoly.com/ ) ; Michael Currie ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelbcurrie/ ) , Founder and CEO of Fling ( https://fling.asia/ ) ; and Will Stavanja ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/williamstavanja/ ) , Chief Technical Officer of AirBox Technologies ( https://airboxtechnologies.com/ ). These three service providers are utilizing drone technology to assist with the social distancing mandates and economic hardships brought about by the COVID-19 ( https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/29/health/rare-inflammatory-syndrome-us-covid-19/index.html ) pandemic. Volansi, which focuses on drone-based cargo delivery and pickup for industrial, medical, and other medical supply chains across the world, builds and operates long-range, high-payload unmanned aerial systems for time critical parts and supplies. The company, which is based out of Concord, California but operates globally, helps its customers save millions of dollars on down-time costs, receive life-saving supplies when needed most, and conduct demanding industrial jobs. As explained by Coleman, “Besides being a drone company, Volansi is really an all-inclusive delivery drone solution utilizing user-friendly mobile platforms, automation, and the UAV ( https://www.suasnews.com/2020/04/uav-navigation-ramps-up-its-flight-control-technologies-with-visual-navigation-system-rd-project/ ) s themselves to revolutionize the way that materials are delivered to increase equipment uptime, shorten critical delivery times, and save on unnecessary warehouse inventory downtime.” Fling is a leading drone consulting company that designs custom solutions for clients in Southeast Asia. The company, which is based out of Thailand, works across industries, using its in-depth expertise of drone technology and regulations to solve business challenges and build better cities for tomorrow. “We specialize in AI cloud software as well as unmanned aerial system solutions for commercial applications in three industries – electric power line, warehousing, and last-mile logistics,” Currie says. “We’re also a service provider for these services as well as being a technology provider.” AirBox Technologies, based out of Richmond, Virginia, revolutionizes last-mile postal package delivery through it virtual GPS solar smart IOT mailbox, AirBox Home. The mailbox allows anyone in the world to receive endpoint secure package delivery by motorcycle, truck or drone. “The box itself gives you all sorts of information, such as who, what, when, and where,” says Stavanja. “It physically secures a package, so, for those of you fighting against porch pirates, this is a perfect solution.” The guests discuss with Guillot the ways their companies are assisting businesses across the globe with enforcing social distancing and isolating supply chains in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also address the lessons drone operators in the U.S. can learn from their respective international operations. In addition, the guests discuss the significance of global regulatory environments and how their businesses have experienced increased interest in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.