On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Meredith are discussing: Bookish Moments: derailed reading and theater nerdery Current Reads: We are exceptionally murdery today. Sorry, not sorry. Deep Dive: books about all kinds of disasters Book Presses: a cozy series we love and a parenting book of joy As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 2:27 - Bookish Moment of the Week 2:40 - Novel Memphis 4:51 - The Day the World Came to Town by Jim DeFede 4:56 - Season 4: Episode 14 6:00 - Current Reads 6:14 - The Appeal by Janice Hallett (Meredith) 11:09 - Blackwell's UK 11:53 - Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach (Kaytee) 15:07 - Small Sacrifices by Ann Rule (Meredith) 15:12 - The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule 16:58 - Half Price Books 18:53 - The Yoga Store Murder by Dan Morse 18:55 - I'll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara 19:07 - Shelf Subscription Bookshelf Thomasville 19:19 - Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibanez (Kaytee) 23:31 - The Gone World by Tom Sweterlitsch (Meredith) 24:59 - Holly @birdbrainbooks on Instagram 25:02 - Hearts and Daggers Podcast on Instagram 26:51 - Dark Matter by Blake Crouch 27:32 - The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks Sarah Pekkanen (Kaytee) 27:44 - The Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks Sarah Pekkanen 27:45 - The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks Sarah Pekkanen 27:46 - You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks Sarah Pekkanen 30:53 - Deep Dive: Disaster Books We Love 33:34 - Ordeal by Hunger by George Stuart (Amazon link) 34:03 - The Hunger by Alma Katsu 35:44 - The Fifth Season by N.K Jemison 35:59 - The Nature of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner 37:00 - A Fall of Marigolds by Susan Meissner 37:05 - As Bright As Heaven by Susan Meissner 37:53 - The Children's Blizzard by David Laskin 38:35 - We Are Unprepared by Meg Little Reilly 39:35 - After the Flood by Kassandra Montag 39:51 - Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy 40:02 - Seven Years of Darkness by You-Jeong Jeong 40:43 - Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink 41:25 - Salvage the Bones by Jessamyn Ward 42:20 - Paradise: One Town's Struggle to Survive an American Wildfire by Lizzie Johnson 44:36 - The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum 45:10 - Into the Drowning Deep by Jennifer McMahon 45:13 - Devolution by Max Brooks 45:35 - Parasite by Mira Grant 45:58 - Books We'd Like to Press Into Your Hands 46:26 - The Secret, Book and Scone Society by Ellery Adams (Meredith) 49:17 - How to Be A Happier Parent by Kj Dell'antonia (Kaytee) Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast
Au menu de l'actualité : 18 millions de personnes risquent de souffrir de la faim au Sahel dans les prochains mois Au forum sur les migrations, le chef de l'ONU a rappelé l'importance du Pacte négocié entre les Etats La Conférence sur l'élimination du travail des enfants s'achève à Durban, en Afrique du Sud. Présentation : Jérôme Bernard
When you replace a running legacy system with a new system, it can be tempting to do it all at once. However, doing so courts disaster and makes the process much more painful than it has to be. Even though it sounds easier, a sudden system cutover is seldom pleasant. Read more › The post App Migrations Resilience appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.
About 20 years ago, Stuart Isett lived on the corners of Argyle and Glenwood and noticed that many of his fellow neighbors were Cambodian Refugees from the Khmer Rouge. Years later, he put together a photo book called "On the Corners of Argyle and Glenwood' that showcases the Cambodian Refugee experience here in America. He captures the Cambodian youth of the 80's, grandmothers grieving, and families that are simply trying to create a new life from scratch in this new country. Today we are joined by 3 very important guests - Stuart Isett, Silong Chhun, and Pete Pin who are the collaborators on this very special book. We talk about why Stuart put together this book and what this kind of representation means for the Cambodian community. We even discuss topics such as generational trauma and how we can move forward. Thank you Stuart, Silong, and Pete for this amazing talk! To learn more about our honored guests:Stuart IsettWebsite: https://www.isett.com/Social: https://www.instagram.com/stuartisettphotography/Silong Chhun Website: https://www.silongchhun.com/Social: https://www.instagram.com/thefakesilong/?hl=enRed Scarf Revolution: https://redscarfrevolution.com/Pete Pin Website: https://petepin.com/Migrations of Memory:https://petepin.com/projects
En marge de la Biennale de Dakar, et aux côtés des Suisses François Burland et Audrey Cavelius, Black Yaye Fall est l'une des artistes impliquées dans le projet Checkpoint Dakar, autour des migrations. Mais son travail sur ce thème parcourt aussi d'autres chemins, comme dans le spectacle militant « Partir », qu'elle a dirigé avec des migrants de retour, à partir d'une initiative de l'Organisation Internationale des Migrations. Black Yaye Fall nous en parle. Par Francesco Biamonte en direct de Dakar, Sénégal.
Les musées de Marseille s'emparent de la question des migrations avec une exposition imaginée sous la direction de l'académicienne Barbara Cassin qui entend dépassionner le débat autour des migrations en montrant comment les objets migrateurs ont participé à la construction de notre civilisation. Pour cela, l'exposition Objets migrateurs, trésors sous influences fait dialoguer l'ancien et le nouveau, des vestiges archéologiques avec des objets contemporains, de la musique, de la poésie ou encore de l'art africain et amérindien. C'est à la Vieille Charité, jusqu'au 16 octobre prochain. ► Pour en savoir plus
Radio Connection ist ein Kunst am Bau Projekt für 10 Gemeinschaftsunterkünfte für Geflüchtete in Berlin. ## Best of Colorful Voices – First Edition Colourful Voices, sind MedienmacherInnen mit Migrations- und Fluchterfahrung. Unter dem Dach des "netzwerk medien.vielfalt!" erheben wir unsere Stimmen mit der Kraft der Medien und schaffen uns eine Repräsentanz im deutschen Medienkontext. Wir berichten aus Blickwinkeln und Perspektiven, die in den Mainstream-Medien selten zu finden sind. Radio connection ist auch dabei. Die folgende Sammlung wurde aus den vielfältigen Radiosendungen und Podcasts in unseren mehrsprachigen Redaktionen ausgewählt. Zu den Themen gehören der Internationale Tag der Muttersprache, der 8. März (Internationaler Frauentag) und Newroz sowie der Podcast (NOT) Okay! Wir hoffen, dass Euch diese Sammlung gefällt! # Radio Connection Es geht um Themen wie: Leben in Marzahn, Ankommen in Berlin, Freizeitgestaltung, Arbeits- und Wohnungssuche, andere Wohnformen, Frauenprojekte, Geschichten für Kinder, Traditionen, alltäglicher Rassismus, Asyl- und Abschiebungspolitik in Deutschland, Ausbildungswege…. Aber natürlich auch um Musik aus vielen verschiedenen Ländern. In unregelmäßigen Abständen senden wir außerdem Beiträge von „Radio Babylon“, dem Jugend-Radio des interkulturellen Zentrums‚ Haus Babylon aus Hellersdorf. * https://www.radioconnection-berlin.de/
Oooeeee this is a good one! The Abyss gang tries to figure out what's going on in the world of Nick Antosca's Migrations with Sean M. Thompson. Before that we discuss Tender is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica, Anaconda, Gertrude Barrow's The Citadel of Fear, Hailey Piper's Queen of Teeth, and Adam Nevill's Cunning Folk. Be ready for some fun! Pick up The Girlfriend Game by Nick Antosca
In this episode, migration policy advocate Christie Ma sheds new information on the ongoing situation of increased global migrations. By combining her experience as a writer and researcher, she uncovers interesting aspects following the Fall 2021 Mexico – United States border crisis in Del Rio, Texas. Using the case of Haitian migrations, she offers unique insights for U.S policymakers and global institutions on how to better serve and protect those seeking asylum.
We have another double dip this week on The Association Podcast, from Delcor Technology Solutions we welcome on, CTO, Chris Ecker, and Executive Vice President, Brian Sheehan. Chris and Brian have decades of experience in the association and 501C space and join us to talk about cyber security. It's not a sexy topic, but it is vital to the safety of organizations and can't be ignored. We talk about multi-factor, staff security training, endpoint and application security, firewalls, and intrusion. These are some really important considerations to keep your organization safe.
In this episode, Warner is joined by Megha Bedi, one of Pythian's youngest Cloud Consultants to discuss cloud migrations, Google BigQuery, certifications, work from home and more!!
WE ARE BACK AGAIN!! Sorry for the long wait again. We know it has been a while and we are going to try to upload more consistently. This episode is about animals that have crazy migrations. In this episode we talk about the Arctic Tern, Gray Whale, Bar-Tailed Godwit, Adélie Penguin, and Monarch Butterflies. We also have 2 jokes for you guys. 1 of them is in the episode and 1 of them is just a special for the people reading the description. Written versions of both will be down below. To support our podcast, please leave us a review (also can give us suggestions/ideas in the review), subscribe/follow, and recommend this podcast to anyone you know. ʕ•͡ᴥ•ʔJoke in episode:Q: What type of whales can fly?A: Pilot Whales!Extra joke:Q:What do whales need to stay healthy?A: Vitamin Sea!----------------------Animal Kingdom on Apple Podcasts (To write a review): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/animal-kingdom/id1519845981Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Meet Dr. Jose Luis Torres, a writer and Professor Emeritus of English at SUNY Plattsburgh, who explains how studying humanities can also lead to stable careers. Dr. Torres… also known by his pen name J.L. Torres, is a Puerto Rican author and scholar born in Puerto Rico and raised in New York. He tells us his life story, beginning with his experience growing up in the South Bronx, then moving to Puerto Rico as a young adult, and returning to the continental U.S. to pursue his career as a college professor. J.L. Torres helped us dismantle the myth that those who study humanities will face an uncertain financial future, and shares facts about the multiple CEOs of Fortune 500 companies who studied degrees like English and Philosophy. Given his vast experience teaching American and Latinx Literature and Creative Writing, as well as his formal education, we couldn't pass on the opportunity to discuss the term LATINX, its purpose, and the strong reactions it provokes on many people. We also discussed his recent book Migrations, his upcoming novel about the life of Puerto Rican icon Roberto Clemente, and how he chooses to discuss difficult topics in his literary works that the latinx community often prefers to avoid. Check out J.L. Torres blog: Why Latinx? https://post-barrio-universe.com/2020/08/05/why-latinx/ Please take our survey: https://forms.office.com/r/qUxvY6Rq9W Leave a review: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/latinx-can/id1524232753 Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/latinx-can-1354080
Bulletin d'actualités. Informations en bref d'ordre écologique et touristique. 1er avril en Slovaquie - Journée des oiseaux. Migrations printanieres des oiseaux. A l'extreme Sud-Est de la Slovaquie, pres de la frontiere ukrainienne, dans la région de Zemplin, comprenant les communes Senné, Iňačovce, Blatná Polianka et Medzibodrožie présentent une importance particuliere au plan ornithologique. S'y trouve également une localite elle aussi tres remarquable portant le nom de LELES qui fait partie de cette zone ou les oiseaux sont proteges comprenant 252 especes.
Das Verhältnis von Polizei und Bürgern ist Vertrauenssache. Was aber, wenn dieses Vertrauen Dellen bekommt? Menschen mit Migrations-geschichte fühlen sich von Polizisten häufig anders behandelt als Deutsche ohne Migrationshintergrund. Aus den USA ist der Begriff “Racial Profiling” nach Deutschland gekommen. Gemeint ist: Polizisten richten ihre Wahrnehmung nach rassistischen Vorurteilen aus. Auch in Deutschland? Was ist dran an den unterschiedlichen Wahrnehmungen? Was erzählen Betroffene, was weiß die Forschung und was sagt die Polizei? Eine Recherche von Oliver Günther und Jens Borchers
durée : 00:35:17 - La Terre au carré - par : Mathieu Vidard - Les migrations sont une constante de notre humanité à travers les âges. Homo sapiens est sorti d'Afrique il y a 300 000 ans, et entre en Europe il y a 40 000 ans. Les migrations et les déplacements ont façonné l'humanité.
durée : 00:35:17 - La Terre au carré - par : Mathieu Vidard - Les migrations sont une constante de notre humanité à travers les âges. Homo sapiens est sorti d'Afrique il y a 300 000 ans, et entre en Europe il y a 40 000 ans. Les migrations et les déplacements ont façonné l'humanité.
Den 4 mars i år beslutade EU att aktivera massflyktsdirektivet och ge alla människor som flyr Ukraina tillfälligt uppehållstillstånd inom EU. Vad innebär direktivet och hur ser skyddet ut för människor som söker uppehållstillstånd från Ukraina? Vad innebär det när ett direktiv som aldrig använts innan aktiveras och vilka frågor ställs tillämpande myndighet inför? I det här avsnittet går Asylrättscentrums generalsekreterare Mårten Löfberg och Migrationsverkets biträdande rättschef Anna Lindblad igenom massflyktsdirektivet, vilka rättigheter människor som får uppehållstillstånd genom direktivet har och vilka frågor som ännu inte är lösta. Avsnittet går bland annat igenom rätten till vård och vad som gör att människor som flyr Ukraina kan ta sig till Sverige, men även det vi ännu inte vet. Vad händer om kriget blir långvarigt och pågår längre än de åren som direktivet kan gälla? Dessutom pratar vi om människor som nu hamnar i medieskuggan. Vad händer med afghanerna som skulle få nya prövningar och hur ser Migrationsverkets prioritering ut när allt fler människor söker uppehållstillstånd genom massflyktsdirektivet? I avsnittet tackar även Människor & Migrations producent och programledare Maja Dahl för sig. Efter 6,5 år har det blivit dags att lämna över podden till Asylrättscentrum att driva i egen regi. Avsnittet spelades in den 24 mars, vissa saker kan ändras efter det att vi spelat in. För att vara säker på att du har den senaste informationen om massflyktsdirektivet, gå gärna in på Frågor och svar på vår hemsida: https://sweref.org/vanliga-fragor-om-massflyktsdirektivet-och-att-soka-asyl-fran-ukraina/ Informationen finns även tillgänglig på ukrainska: https://sweref.org/%d0%bf%d0%b8%d1%82%d0%b0%d0%bd%d0%bd%d1%8f-%d1%82%d0%b0-%d0%b2%d1%96%d0%b4%d0%bf%d0%be%d0%b2%d1%96%d0%b4%d1%96-%d1%89%d0%be%d0%b4%d0%be-%d1%81%d1%82%d0%b0%d1%82%d1%83%d1%81%d1%83-%d1%83%d0%ba%d1%80/ Andra viktiga länkar: Asylrättscentrums remissvar https://sweref.org/promemorian-sarskilda-atgarder-vid-allvarlig-fara-for-den-allmanna-ordningen-eller-den-inre-sakerheten-i-landet-till-foljd-av-rysslands-aggression-mot-ukraina/ https://sweref.org/remissvar-promemorian-obligatorisk-identitetskontroll-vid-resa-med-passagerarfartyg/ Flyktingar i och från Ukraina - Vårt mottagande och vår hjälp, Fores och Delmis seminarium https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKpEckkxjhI
durée : 00:57:53 - Cultures Monde - par : Florian Delorme - Opposants les plus farouches à l'accueil des syriens fuyant la guerre en 2015, Varsovie et Prague font preuve d'une très grande solidarité à l'égard des réfugiés ukrainiens depuis le début du conflit. Ces deux pays sont-ils en mesure d'accueillir et d'intégrer cette nouvelle vague de réfugiés ? - invités : Agnieszka Fihel Chercheure à l'Institut des Migrations; Jacques Rupnik Historien, politologue, directeur de recherche émérite au CERI/Sciences Po; Thomas Chopard Historien, chercheur au Centre de recherche Europes-Eurasie (CREE) de l'Inalco et directeur adjoint du Centre d'études franco-russe
Charlotte McConaghy, author of the novels, Migrations and Once There Were Wolves, talks with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett about wolves' role in bringing the forests back to life, writing in the close first person, and defying categories. Download audio (Recorded on Feb. 17, 2022)Music and sound design by Travis BarrettBarbara DeMarco-Barrett: www.penonfire.comMarrie Stone: www.marriestone.comTravis Barrett: https://travisbarrett.mykajabi.com
durée : 00:29:51 - Carbone 14, le magazine de l'archéologie - par : Vincent Charpentier - Une fois n'est pas coutume, un des grands thèmes de recherche archéologique est au cœur des préoccupations mondiales : les migrations ! Discussion avec Jean-Paul Demoule, archéologue et préhistorien, professeur émérite à l'université Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. - invités : Jean-Paul Demoule Archéologue et préhistorien français. Professeur émérite de protohistoire européenne à l'université Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, membre honoraire de l'Institut universitaire de France et ancien président de l'Inrap
Lift and Shift seems to be “the easiest” cloud migration scenario but can quickly go wrong as we hear from Brian Chandler, Principal Sales Engineer at Dynatrace, in this episode.Tune in and learn how latency can be the big killer of performance as you partially move services to the cloud. Brian (@Channer531) also reminds us about why you have to know about the N+1 query problem and the impact in cross cloud scenarios. Last but not least – Brian gives us insights into why Uber might be one of those companies who can change the SRE & SLO culture within partnering organizations.Show Links:Brian Chandler on Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-chandler-8366663b/Brian Chandler on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/Channer531
In this episode of the Digital Marketing with Bill Hartzer podcast, Bill Hartzer talks about top news items this week, as well as a recent site migration poll. He also talks about domain migrations and categories of domain names.
The very first book I read by today's guest haunted me for weeks after finishing it. I couldn't shake the reality of the near-future world that she creates, which feels as terrifying as it is tangible and close. The reality of a world without animals. I knew I had to bring her on the show somehow, and I'm so glad we were able to have today's conversation. Charlotte McConaghy is an Australian author living in Sydney and the mind behind two international bestselling novels, Migrations and Once There Were Wolves. Charlotte's books are sweeping, beautiful and haunting as they tackle issues related to the frayed and fragile relationship that we humans have to the natural world. Today we'll discuss both of her latest novels, the necessity of empathy and preserving hope in the face of devastating ecological and interpersonal loss. Charlotte will be joining us for our next Earth to Humans Book Club, which you can find more information about at patreon.com/earthtohumans. As always, let us know what you thought about this episode by leaving us a review on your favorite podcast app.https://www.patreon.com/EarthToHumanshttps://wildlensinc.org/ Join private conversations with top authors and access exclusive bonus content! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Nathan shares a brief history of the major migrations of nearly 20 million Italians out of Italy into the rest of the world. There are also some lovely "Italian Spring Sounds" at the end of the episode in case you were curious what Spring sounds like in Italy! Enjoy!
The COVID-19 pandemic has added many layers of complexity to the workplace, as companies are increasingly relying on technology to establish secure remote work capabilities. Since a multi-cloud IT infrastructure can provide exceptional benefits, including optimizing cost performance, avoiding vendor lock-in, and increasing reliability by distributing assets in the event of an IT crisis, it's no wonder so many companies are racing to adopt multi-cloud solutions. However, this rush to migrate sensitive data and business functions from on-premises to multiple clouds is leaving many organizations ill-prepared for security and compliance issues. Gartner has predicted that by 2025, 90% of the organizations that fail to control public cloud use will inappropriately share sensitive data. Companies that fail to employ security guardrails when planning a cloud migration are severely increasing their risk of misconfigurations that can lead to devastating security and compliance incidents. Keith Neilson, Technical Evangelist at CloudSphere joins me on Tech Talks Daily to discuss how companies can maintain a competitive edge and keep company data secure by leveraging a more agile cyber asset management approach.
durée : 00:37:43 - Le Temps du débat - par : Emmanuel Laurentin - Alors que les premiers réfugiés ukrainiens arrivent en France, nous nous intéresserons, depuis la ville de Lille et à l'occasion de la journée internationale de lutte pour les droits des femmes, aux migrations féminines, souvent invisibilisées. - invités : Audran Aulanier Doctorant en philosophie et sciences sociales au Centre d'étude des mouvements sociaux (CEMS) de l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) et fellow de l'Institut Convergences Migrations (ICM); Arnaud Deslandes Adjoint au Maire de Lille chargé de la Solidarité et de la Cohésion des territoires; Héloïse Hazard Animatrice de réseaux de solidarité au Secours Catholique; Masooma Sadat Juriste et politiste afghane, ancienne conseillère juridique à la banque centrale de Kaboul; Maryam Darcy Interprète
Il y a soixante ans, Français et Algériens signaient des accords historiques qui mettaient fin à 132 ans de colonisation. Les accords d'Evian permettront la mise en place d'un référendum pour l'auto-détermination des Algériens et conduiront à l'indépendance du pays. Cette conférence d'Evian est l'aboutissement d'un long processus diplomatico-politique dans lequel la Suisse jouera un rôle clé. Pour comprendre l'implication des diplomates suisses, il faut replacer les entretiens secrets et les négociations dans un contexte absolument passionnant, d'autant que les liens entre la Suisse et l'Algérie sont un peu plus anciens. Marc Perrenoud est historien et a entre autres contribué à la rédaction de différents volumes des Documents Diplomatiques Suisses (Dodis). La Suisse face à la guerre d'Algérie est l'un de ses champs d'étude et l'ouvrage "Migrations, relations internationales et Seconde Guerre mondiale" (Éditions Alphil) témoigne de son impressionnante contribution à l'historiographie suisse. Il est au micro de Laurent Huguenin-Élie. Photo: en mars 1962, policiers et militaires suisses contrôlent la route d'accès à l'hôtel "Les Horizons Bleus" près du Signal de Bougy au-dessus de Rolle (VD), où la délégation algérienne est hébergée durant la conférence sur l'Algérie. Le 18 mars de cette même année, la conférence entre l'Algérie et la France, puissance coloniale, aboutira à la signature d'un accord mettant fin à la guerre d'indépendance qui avait commencé en 1954 entre ces deux pays. (© KEYSTONE/PHOTOPRESS-ARCHIV/Str)
Morgan Zegers shares her thoughts on solutions to blue-to-red state migration trends in America, including peer-to-peer communiation/ peer rationale, details of her recent western adventure, and her Bonfire 2022 speech in Utah. Including a discussion on the bringing back of core values and moral codes, featuring a shoutout to Code of the West by Chris Hunt (@thecodeofthewest) Links: www.MorganZegers.com www.ZegersFreedomFlags.shop www.FightSocialism.org https://codeofthewest.myshopify.com https://www.instagram.com/thecodeofthewest/
Alain Randresy, Ady El Assal and Jess Bauldry joined Tom in the studio this morning to talk about the 39th edition of the Festival Des Migrations. The festival, which takes place across March, April and May in different locations around Luxembourg is a celebration of movement of people, of culture and ideas. Having previously taken place as a standalone event that ran over three days at the LuxExpo centre in Kirchberg, the festival has now switched formats and will take place on multiple dates in separate locations. This years programme includes, discussions, conferences, film screenings, poetry slams, concerts, masterclasses, comedy and a bazaar. Ady El Assal is a Luxembourgish Film maker who will be giving a masterclass in film making during the festival. Jess Bauldry is a comedian who will be performing stand up. Both of these events will take place on trains that will bring attendees on a journey through Luxembourg, embracing the Festival's theme of movement. The Festival is free to attend and more information about the programme can be found at https://festivaldesmigrations.lu/
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with renowned ecologist, Arthur Middleton, PhD. Topics covered include the complexity of large systems, the danger of over simplifying science, urgency of habitat conservation, migration corridors at risk, elk are tough critters, the dangers of being a predator, observing wolves, there are no simple answers, communicating science to advocate for conservation, new ideas for private land conservation, deeper discussions on rapid changes to critical landscapes, Yellowstone as a petri dish, and some sidebar discussion about Dr. Middleton's time as a falconer.
Author J.L. Torres discusses his latest book Migrations, Roberto Clemente being confronted with racism & writing about the Puerto Rican diaspora. Migrations is a collection of stories focused on selected moments in Puerto Rican history & their impact on everyday people. In the second half of the show, we break down the latest Puerto Rican News, including Sofia Jirau becoming the first Victoria's Secret model with Down Syndrome and the continuation of the worker protests on la Isla. Guest: J. L. Torres, Author of Migrations Host: Joshua Smyser-DeLeon's Twitter ★ https://twitter.com/jsdeleon ★ Follow & Support the Show ★ Donate ★ https://www.savechicagomedia.org Pitch A Story ★ https://www.paseomedia.org/contact Podcast Website ★ https://www.paseomedia.org YouTube ★ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiErkggr7eqspgCfR9jUOZA Facebook ★ https://www.facebook.com/paseopodcast Twitter ★ http://twitter.com/PaseoPodcast Instagram ★ https://www.instagram.com/paseopodcast Apple Podcasts ★ http://ow.ly/9Agz50COMEF Google Podcasts ★ http://ow.ly/u80T50COMF1 Spotify ★ http://ow.ly/2g8h50COMFo ★ About Our Guest(s) ★ J. L. Torres Website ★ https://jltorreswriter.com J. L. Torres IG ★ https://www.instagram.com/rican_writer J. L. Torres Twitter ★ https://twitter.com/rican_writer J. L. Torres FB ★ https://www.facebook.com/RicanWriter ★ In the News ★ Block Club Chicago Feature on the Podcast ★ http://ow.ly/MWu550COMH Chicago Public Library Pane: Who Tells Your Story? Celebrating Chicago Community Media ★ https://youtu.be/Jtpf9YQgFqA ★ Partners + Additional Credits ★ CIMA ★ https://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/independent-media-alliance-about-cima/Content?oid=82156315 Puerto Rican Cultural Center Website ★ https://prcc-chgo.org Sounds ★ MEINL Percussion
Kinship Stories is a culture and art project featuring a piece's line of precious tribal adornments. Yasmine One-of-a-kind pieces include vintage and antique materials, often of museum quality. Experimenting with fusions of old and new, adding handmade work to the mix. Kinship Stories is committed to supporting local artisanship and fostering intercultural and understanding of otherness. This episode has been sponsored by Letterpress PLAY, featuring beautifully curated craft goods from local artisans and unique makers from around the world. Learn more at https://letterpressplay.com RESOURCES Guest Websites: IG: @kinshipstories www.kinshipstories.comIG: @Espace_Fann| NY NOW :https://nynow.com | NY NOW Podcast Page:https://nynow.com/podcast | NY NOW Digital Market:https://nynowdigitalmarket.com
If you dig what we're putting down and want more juicy content, head over to our Patreon. _______________________ In this, our second Greenskins episode, we look at the early Migrations of the orcs and goblin tribes as they spread over the world. Arriving in the worlds Edge Mountains they encounter the Dwarfs and thus begin the millennia long Goblin Wars. Finally we look at the War against Humanity which culminates in the apocalyptic battle at Blackfire Pass (among the sideways skyscrapers Ben!). Their foe Sigmar and the newly united tribes of humanity blunt their invasion and found the Empire itself. This month's episode is sponsored by Slow Stu's Squig Store and Hemlock Stitch-Brow's Tank-Top Outlet. _______________________ Show Notes and Imagery for this Episode: https://layingdownthelore.com/ep12/
Topics: -Jerry talks about using Rackspace for Microsoft 365 hosting. Somehow they don't offer two factor authentication. -Jerry had a struggle migrating a family tenant of Microsoft to a business license. He used Power BI to get it done. -Joe ran into a gotcha with a migration and claiming a domain. -PowerShell is a knowledge that is a necessity at times. -Allowing users to be Global Admins could be dangerous due to how flippant they are with their own passwords. -There is a danger to managing a service if that service has issues. -Moving to new devices can cause an issue with Authenticator apps. -Google Chrome has an extension for scanning QR codes for two factor. -Joe talks browser recommendations and password management. -Safari has a nice password import feature. -CCP loves 1Password but there have been some hiccups in recent versions.
In our second episode of the new season, “Cloud Migrations, What Have We Learned?” Marc Weaver joins the Cloudbusting team for a lively talk about Cloud Migrations. Marc was named one of 2020's “Top 20 Cloud Influencers” and in 2021 he was recognized as a top influencer in cloud computing by Simplilearn, the world's #1 online bootcamp. Today, Marc is an AWS cloud migration expert and top-ranked AWS solutions architect who founded the company “databasable,” after 15 years experience working for large financial institutions in London, Sydney and New York. Join our hosts Dave and Jez as they leap into and unravel cloud migration archetypes while taking a detour through data centers, databases and close with the beloved Ten Second Recommendations.
Jade and Keia kick off Black History Month with a discussion of The Great Resignation and pursuing liberation and freedom in our personal and professional lives. Support the Show: Best Fiends is a mobile puzzle game that anyone can download and play. The game features tons of cute characters that help you solve thousands of fun puzzles. Download Best Fiends FREE today on the App Store or Google Play. - 'That's Friends without the R – Best Fiends! Now is the time to prioritize your health. Go to Zocdoc.com/grown and download the Zocdoc app to sign up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor. Many are available as soon as today. Stop by McDonald's today and enjoy two of your faves, like the Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Filet-O-Fish or 10 piece Chicken McNuggets for only $6. https://gettingrown.co/ https://www.patreon.com/gettingrown Email: GettinGrownPodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @GettinGrownPod IG: @GettinGrownPod Facebook: www.Facebook.com/GettinGrownPodcast
One of the most common questions we receive at Go Time is how to handle schema migrations in Go. In this episode Jon is joined by Mike Fridman and Vojtech Vitek, maintainers of the popular schema migration tool pressly/goose, to discuss techniques, tools, and tips for handling schema migrations.
Larry Kendall is back again to join Matt and Garrett on today's episode. In addition to his many, many achievements, Larry, as most of you will already know, is the creator of Ninja Selling, so you can be certain that he has a massive amount of experience, knowledge, and advice to share. This time around, he and our hosts explore great migrations of the past and present as well as their impact upon the world of real estate. Larry starts by discussing great migrations throughout the years all the way up to the most recent one where COVID and lockdowns have triggered early retirements, cultural shifts, and people moving from the city to smaller communities, and vice versa. He also emphasizes the importance of your database, the power of realtor referrals, and the adjustments that home builders are making these days. Larry finishes up by delving into how kids' education has been diminished by COVID, identifying what drives the real estate market, and reminding everyone that helping people make good decisions is part of our responsibility. Each and every time that Larry joins the podcast there is just so much wisdom to soak up, and, as you will hear, today's episode is no exception. Join the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook where you share ideas, ask questions, and connect with other Ninjas. You can also leave a voicemail with your direct feedback at 208 MY-NINJA. And visit Ninja Selling Events for more information about upcoming open installations. Or if you're interested in taking your goals a step further, visit Ninja Coaching to check out all of our amazing coaches. Episode Highlights: The First Great Migration in the United States. The Second Great Migration from farms to cities. How COVID has triggered the Third Great Migration. The move from the city to smaller communities. How resort communities are being overwhelmed by the move. The broader economic impact of the move. The Migrations impact on commercial real estate. The effectiveness of remote working. The importance of your database. What people should consider when looking for a place to live. An employee's income and their cost of living. The adjustments home builders are making to floor plans. The importance of the buyer interview. How the quality of education has been diminished by COVID. What drives the real estate market. Quotes: “A lot of people are deciding and realizing 'I can work anywhere. If I can work anywhere, then where would I want to live? I used to have to go to work. Now work comes to me, and I can live anywhere.'” “The research that I've read on remote work is that, depending upon the type of work that you're doing, there is less productivity, anywhere from 20 to 30%, less productivity. When people work at home, they get distracted.” “If your work was in a big city and you had an hour commute each way, two hours a day, you can make up for that loss of productivity by working more.” “63% of the people who were on a Zoom call, even if they have the camera on, they are shopping online.” “You need to be more in tune with where your people are migrating to. Are they migrating across town or are they leaving the community? And if they are, you need to set up a referral for them. You also need to replace them in your database.” “People are analyzing now more than they've ever analyzed.” “Millennials have spent seven years longer in apartments than previous generations before they came out to buy houses. And many of them are in luxury apartments.” “We always say the buyers are the smartest people in the market, and when it comes to the product available in a new market, they are smart on the product, but they are not knowledgeable on how that location works for them.” “We work with a lot of builders and help them design neighborhoods and houses. We try to keep our finger on the research, and the number one amenity that people want is access to a good place to walk, a walking trail. They would rather have that than just about anything.” “We're watching people make a move and realize that it's a little bit different. Their evaluation of this new environment that they're in is happening very quick and it didn't quite fix their pain, and need something a little bit different to make that work. And all of a sudden, two years, one year, they're picking up and moving.” Links www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group
Taking a wide focus, Southern Journey: The Migrations of the American South, 1790-2020 (LSU Press, 2020) narrates the evolution of southern history from the founding of the nation to the present day by focusing on the settling, unsettling, and resettling of the South. Using migration as the dominant theme of southern history and including indigenous, white, black, and immigrant people in the story, Edward L. Ayers cuts across the usual geographic, thematic, and chronological boundaries that subdivide southern history. Ayers explains the major contours and events of the southern past from a fresh perspective, weaving geography with history in innovative ways. He uses unique color maps created with sophisticated geographic information system (GIS) tools to interpret massive data sets from a humanistic perspective, providing a view of movement within the South with a clarity, detail, and continuity we have not seen before. The South has never stood still; it is—and always has been—changing in deep, radical, sometimes contradictory ways, often in divergent directions. Ayers's history of migration in the South is a broad yet deep reinterpretation of the region's past that informs our understanding of the population, economy, politics, and culture of the South today. Southern Journey is not only a pioneering work of history; it is a grand recasting of the South's past by one of its most renowned and appreciated scholars. Brandon T. Jett, professor of history at Florida SouthWestern State College, creator of the Lynching in LaBelle Digital History Project, and author of Race, Crime, and Policing in the Jim Crow South (LSU Press, 202) Twitter: @DrBrandonJett1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're looking at website migrations this week. We cover off the important considerations from an SEO point of view, along with an outline of the steps we take when migrating a website.Getting your website migration right can mean the difference between maintaining or improving your Google presence or falling off the map all together, so tune in and pick up some tips and tricks.Hey, Check These Guys OutThe SEO Show is brought to you by Local Digital - need more customers? That's where Local Digital comes in.Stuff You Need To KnowThe SEO Show is released once a week so subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts and if you're feeling extra kind we'd love it if you leave us a review.Learn more about us at https://theseoshow.coCheck out our YouTube content at http://theseoshow.tv
Fall migration is in full swing! And all this bird traffic got Katy and Laura thinking: What ARE the most extreme migrations? From the skies to the seas, the animals featured in this episode make a marathon look like a walk in the park. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ftlonpodcast)
"My favourite memories as a kid, are watching Saturday afternoon movies," says two time Pulitzer Prize winner, Colson Whitehead, "so I gave myself permission to do a heist book and started planning." Harlem Shuffle was the result. Also, Marion Frith's timely debut Here In the After about an Australian soldier who served in Afghanistan and Charlotte McConaghy on Once There Were Wolves, about rewilding the Scottish highlands.
On this episode of The Opportunity Podcast, we will be speaking with George Sanderson, our Migration Supervisor here at Empire Flippers. George gives us an inside look at our migrations department, and everything they do to help buyers and sellers for a successful acquisition. George has seen just about every type of online business go from the deal stage to completion after our team has fully migrated the asset to the new owner. He gives us his insight on what both buyers and sellers can expect when entering the inspection period after a migration has been completed, and why we are the only broker in the digital M&A space with an entire team dedicated to help your acquisition go as smoothly as possible. George goes over our different processes that have helped speed up the time of a migration, how we effectively manage earn outs, and tasks that might come up before the business is even listed with us. Sit back, grab a coffee, and get ready to discover how our migrations team is leading the way for customer satisfaction and ease during the whole migration process.